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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X5 Atten: Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    194 5  August 16,1993 Volume 47 Issue 33  Active murrelet nest found in Caren Range  by Derek McNaughton  Elusive for decades, the first active  marbled murrelet nest in Canada has  been found in old-growth forest of the  Caren Range.  The mysterious seabird, which nests  only on wide, mossy branches of old  trees, is on the list of endangered  species, and once thrived along the  coasts of BC, Oregon, Washington and  California. Abandoned nests and the  birds themselves have been found  before, but never has a nest still occupied with a single chick been found.  Marina  proposal  treated  unfairly:  band  by Darah Hansen  One of the partners in the  now-stalled Wilson Creek marina development says the proposal did not receive a fair hearing by the government bodies  responsible for assessing its  environmental impact.  In a press release issued  Thursday by the Sechelt Indian  band, members expressed frustration over the project's rejection last week by the Coast  Guard on Ihe basis the potential  effects on the environment were  unacceptable.  Chief Garry Feschuk said the  band, along with joinl-partner in  Ihe venture, Panorama Construction, asked lhe Department  of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)  early on in Ihe proceedings for  the appointment of a "well-  qualified individual with the  credentials and experience to  properly review our proposal,  understand il and work with us  lo make it work." They received  . no reply, he said.  Instead, Feschuk said, the  governmenl officials who were  assigned to assess the project  were, "trying lo kill it from the  start.  "I don't think we were taken  seriously," he said, adding he  felt it was because Ihe project  was a native-initiative.  Both ihe band as well as  Panorama owner Art McGinnis  have maintained throughout the  proceedings their lock-system  design, the basis of the proposal 's rejection, is superior to  other plans. But under pressure  from Ihe government, Ihe partners say they will abandon the  lock-system design and vow to  continue Ihe development.  Berni Claus, the environment  assessment officer who headed  thc initial task force, said the  correct process was followed.  He said Ihe lask force - consisting of a group of professional  biologists and engineers - met  with Ihe development partners  several times and carried out  on-site inspections before a  decision was made.  Claus added the findings of  the marina's own privately  hired environmental consultant  firm were further taken into  consideration. "Unfortunately,  we found serious problems with  their proposal."  Forest management plan for area still pending  Ending years of search, the find  early Aug. 7 puts to rest any doubt  whether the birds dwell in Caren old  growth - now under consideration for  logging by both Terminal Forest Products and International Forest Products.  The nest, which holds a khaki and  spotted chick about three-weeks-old,  was found by Volker Bahn, a biology  student visiting from Marburg, Ger  many, along with Friends of Caren  members Dr. John Field, his son Jordan,  and Paul Jones.  "1 got really excited but I didn't dare  say anything for 10 minutes," said a  grinning Bahn.  "This was the first time in three  weeks [of looking] I really had the feeling we'd find the nest."  While searching alone, Bahn said he  saw a marbled murrelet earlier that  morning with a fish in its beak. Excited,  he ran back down a 10-km logging road  which leads to the forest to tell the other  searchers.  To his frustration, he said, no one  was there, so he left a note and ran back  up to the 4,000-foot level where he first  saw the bird.  The others soon arrived and together  Volker Bahn (foreground) Paul Jones (left) and Gilbert Joe present evidence or Ihe first active marbled murrelet nesl round In the  Caren Range to those gathered at the Sechelt Indian Band council chambers Thursday. Joel Johnstone photo  Exploring trials of crime victim services  by Darah Hansen  The office of Sechelt's Victim/Witness Services is difficult  to find if you're not looking for  it.  Located in the basement of  the new cultural centre beside  the Sechelt Indian Band hall, the  room is small but open, quiet,  and comfortable.  Only the pamphlets stuffed  neatly in racks give indication  of the serious nature of the  work, offering information on  such daunting topics as child  abuse, theft and sudden death.  Rita Petrescu, a small, dark-  haired woman with warm smile,  is the program's coordinator.  She's candid about the work she  and her volunteers do on the  Sunshine Coast - their goals and  limitations.  Primarily, Victim/Witness  Services is a police-based program organized in response to  cases requiring police intervention, Petrescu says.  On call 24-hours, she and her  trained volunteer staff are available to respond to requests for  emergency assistance to victims  or their family members. Services range from the emotional  to the practical and include  stress debriefing, transportation,  shelter, crime scene cleanup and  childcare.  Staff also prep witnesses for  court, aid in necessary paperwork and offer information on  the legal process and procedures  as well as crime prevention.  Petrescu stresses she and her  staff are not counsellors, nor do  they discuss evidence with  clients.  turn to back page  walked to where the bird had flown. "It  wasn't too difficult to get into a good  position," said Bahn. "I just had the  luck to hear it land. It's hard to see with  the bare eye," he added. And this was  the only time without binoculars. "Then  John said: 'Wow! I can see the chick.'"  Discovery of the nest now brings  into question the fate of the 800-hectare  old growth forest, a fate which has been  argued over for months as the Forest  Service draws up a management plan  for the area.  turn to back page  Gambier  residents  sound  water  quality  alarm  by Charles Hart  A one-time water sample at  the Gambier Island government  dock with a fecal coliform count  of 750 - nearly four times the  level considered safe by health  authorities for bathing - has residents up in arms over pollution.  But there appear to be no  easy answers.  "I'm really upset," said Gambier Islands Trust trustee, I.eiani  Anthony.  "Because I've been in Howe  Sound all my life and to see it  deteriorate and deteriorate... it  really makes me weep."  Shellfish closures from Howe  Sound to Pender Harbour are at  risk of evolving into bathing  closures with the worsening  water quality along the Coast.  "It's just sheer government  inaction," Anthony charged,  saying that the Islands Trust has  been campaigning for years for  regulations to reduce pollution.  "When you go in swimming in "  some places you come out just  covered in a kind of slime...  Goodness knows what it's like  at the head of some of the bays  where there's less flushing  action."  Anthony blamed the pollution on recreational boaters and  BC Ferries flushing out their  septic holding tanks, and argued  that flushing stations should be  mandatory.  turn to page 3  Gabereau tales trickle festival crowd with warmth, wit  by Darah Hansen  A characteristic performance of quick wit and  sharp tongue was displayed by CBC radio host  Vicki Gabereau Thursday night, opening the  Festival of the Written Arts in Sechelt for the  11 th season.  "I'm not here because I'm a writer... but you  know lhat," she told the well-packed house -their  anxiety for entertainment palpable in the dimly-  lit Rockwood pavilion.  "So, no book," she said, hesi-   ���������������������������  lating slightly before making      ��/ went to school  mention of the cookbook she      .*._*. _. ,.  expects to publish nexl year:  with Kim Campbell  Cooking without Looking.  The laughter which erupted  from the crowd set the tone for  the rest of the evening as the popular Vancouver broadcaster ran  through a list of quirky guests  she's interviewed over the years.  Among them she lists:  wicked quips. She'd pointed him out earlier in  the evening, saying he was to shout "you're boring" if her routine was failing. But no such statement was forthcoming as Gabereau passed  through her list of names to phrases the CBC  will not allow her lo inquire of her guests.  They include: 'Have you ever had a real job?'  (Which she claims to have asked MLA Svend  Robinson last week); 'Were you all swinging  from the chandeliers?'; 'Hotter  ���������������    than a bandit's pistol'; and  'Naked with your hair on fire.'  To the ban on the latter she  expressed much disappointment,  I'm still waiting for "Now y��u can use "���*������one a lo1"  . ,,, And of statements she'd made  mypbone call        but she wished she hadn't - ask-  - Vicki Gabmau    '*����� �� ��*�����*' P*"-*-'* "Byll* way-  ��� how is that brain tumour any  way?" - she said, "I've got to be  careful about that sort of thing. Foot and mouth  Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, "He's  the dull one;"  ��� A translator of Gilbert and Sullivan into  Yiddish;  ��� A scientist who digs up 1,000-year-old  latrines to study ancient feces. "Anyway, he's  English," she said;  ��� Seven sex therapists - "Absolutely no help  to me at all;"  ��� Only one psycho-therapist, raised in the  woods by Hungarian Gypsies;  ��� Ninety-six lawyers but only one who collects insects... "You'd think there'd be more."  From the back row, fellow-CBC employee,  Stuart McLean, laughed along with the rest of  the audience at Gabereau's fast and sometimes  disease. I've got it bad.'  Turning the microphone over to the crowd,  Gabereau let her guard down a little when asked  who her dream interview would be. Choking  back tears, she replied Jackie Gleason, who died  days before their scheduled interview.  Other questions asked included when she  would change her choice of music and what  plans she holds for the future (to which she  answered: "I went to school with Kim Campbell.  I'm still waiting for my phone call.")  But one question she didn't get a chance to  answer. It was overheard after the talk by a man  inquiring of his female companion: "When is  she on?"  For those who don't know, Gabereau rules  the CBC airwaves weekday afternoons.  CBC radio personality Vlckl Gabereau opened the 1993 Festival or  the Written Arts at RockwoodThursday evening.     Joel Johnstone photo  m_x^li_mMimm_mj_  I^^MULte^.  ���J-4-*      ..     T. .     ^,-m   ���*.'���* \.      *  ..5���.:.,.,>, *���*.��. ;*a,l.C*Hf'>*. Coast News, August 16, 1993  .Duvetinaday.  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Overall, changes have been relatively minor,  including the following issues:  ��� the marine shoreline policies have been amended  to permit some additional seasonal uses  ��� neighbourhood commercial uses are supported in  some areas of Hwy. 101 and North Road  ��� possible contaminated sites along the shoreline  have been added to the Development Permit  Areas  ��� an additional park area has been added to the  parks map (west of Park Rd.)  ��� several changes have been made to the  Development Permit guidelines for multi-family  developments  ��� a minimum requirement for multi-family housing  has been added to the Mixed Housing designation  ��� the OCP supports location of a new middle school  in the Town  ��� minor changes to Heritage policies  Copies of the revised OCP sections can be obtained  from the Town Hall between 8 am to 4:30 pm,  Monday to Friday. Residents are encouraged to  review the changes, and submit any comments to  the Town prior to (or at) the Public Hearing.  First Reading of the Official Community Plan is  tentatively scheduled for s Special Council  Meeting on August 31, 1993, snd the Public  Hearing for September 29,1993.  For further information,  Gibsons at 886-2274.  contact the Town of  Employees of  .Sechelt's Royal  Bank helped promote Ihe annual  Lord Jim's lishing  derby last week by  wearing T-shirts  announcing Ihe  event. The derby Is  a fundraiser for the  Sunshine Coasl  Salmonid  Enhancement  Society.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Sechelt planner predicts area growth  by Derek McNaughton  When surrender is the last option, do it  on your own terms.  Thousands of hectares around Sechelt  will eventually become houses, malls, gas  stations and 7-1 Is as the district prepares for  a flurry of development. "Growth is coming  and we'd better be ready lo handle it," said  municipal planner Rob Buchan. Otherwise,  "we could be just rolled over."  The municipality, said Buchan, has 4,300  hectares, including 20 miles of waterfront  which could potentially be developed.  Sechelt, he said, is a about to see tremendous growth."  Buchan is the man who will write, wilh  input from the public, Sechelt's Official  Community Plan - its OCP. The OCP is a  "statement of what Sechelt wants to be  when it grows up."  And the only way to nurture that, to help  the town become a self-respecting adult,  suggested Buchan, is to harvest the community's voice now.  Last week, OCP ideas were brought to  Trail Bay Mall. Those who stopped to comment raised considerable concern over  MacMillan Bloedel's plan to (urn 3I2 acres  of ireed land north of Highway 10I into a  subdivision, said Buchan.  And others harboured questions over the  potential development of 350 acres north of  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park.  Yet "given Ihe lalks I've had wilh community groups . . . none have come back  with a no-growlh statement," said Buchan.  A lot of people were under Ihe assumption  these two projects already received blessing  by (he municipality when neither developers  have even applied yet, he said.  Buchan also said in terms of where  development on the Coast is happening,  Sechelt is getting the mother load.  "Gibsons is suffering, through no fault of  its own, from land constraints," he  explained. "They're busting at Ihe seams  with nowhere to go, whereas in Sechelt,  we're slill in a happy position."  Roberts Creek OCP entering second phase  by Darah Hansen  The Roberts Creek Official  Community Plan (OCP) is fast  moving into the second phase of  formal processing, bul is slill a  , ways from bei ng finalized. <i  ' The document has been  given second reading by Ihe  regional board of Ihe Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  responsible for its initial draft  and copies are presently available in the public library, said  SCRD director for the area,  Brett McGillivray on Thursday.  Before public comment will  be heard regarding any suggested changes or inquiries,  McGillivray said the over-100-  page document will first be sent  to the various government agencies for their review and reaction. That step in the process is  anticipated to be concluded by  September, he said.  The process will follow with  approximately Iwo public information meetings in advance of  going to formal public hearing  before lhe SCRD. McGillivray  suspects he's being optimistic to  think the document might be  finalized by late November.  "Thai may be wishful thinking, I don't know," he said.  Whether the working committee anticipates major  changes to the document,  McGillivray was uncertain.  in some cases, he said, it's a  simple question of accuracy - of  correcting Ihe localion of a  house or significant geographical point on a map.  "But who knows," said  McGillivray, other problems  may be more difficult to  change, using as an example the  question of rezoning property.  He said the working committee will hear and address every  concern brought up during each  phase of the process.  Ultimately, Ihe SCRD will  make the final decisions to suggested changes.  Gibsons council eyes OCP public hearing date  by Charles Hart  Gibsons revised official community plan is set to go to public hearing either September 29  or 30.  The date will be confirmed  next week along with details of  significant changes made to the  redrafted plan unveiled at a  series of open houses in Gibsons  earlier this summer.  Mayor Eric Small said the  town will be placing advertisements in local papers explaining  Ihe revisions. Until then he said  he is unwilling to discuss  changes brought about by the  most recent round of public  input.  Copies of the revised plan  with significant changes highlighted will be available at the  library and town hall for public  perusal, but since only a small  number will be produced residents will not be permitted to  borrow them, Small said.  The 100-page document is  only the second community plan  for the town; the first was draft  ed in the mid 1980s.  The first draft for a new plan  went to a public hearing in January 1992, but was rejected by  residents.  The town hired a consultant  to redraft that plan lasl year and  has spent much of 1993 fine-  tuning and the document for  presentation lo the public.  BCTEL  in cooperation with  Scraps, Clayton's & Grips  would like to remind you to  J Recycl. yo Jr old"l  I 19��3 Telephone I  I      directories      I  mmmmmmmr>ml��  at the following 3 locations:  t) Gibsons Recycling Depot  (behind Sunnycrest Mall)  2) Sechelt Recycling Depot  (at Trail Bay Mall)  3) Pender Harbour Recycling Depot  (on Hwy. 101 near Menacher  Road, Kleindale)  The depots also accept other  recyclables.. ask for a list when  you drop by!  Enquiries: 686-8870  SUMMER YOUTH  SOCCER CAMP  Ages 6-9 yrs.  10-12 yrs.  13-16 yrs.  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"We've (the chipper) set up at the Hillside industrial park," Gibb said lasl week,  BC Ferries  refutes  sewage  allegations  from page 1  Bul BC Ferries environmenlal officer Rob Hamilton said the  Queen of Cowichan was  equipped wilh a secondary treatment plant a year ago and no  longer flushes untreated waste  into Howe Sound. "It's a pretty  good little plant - if it's working  properly," he said. "The effluent in a well operating plant is  very, very clear."  Ferries vessels plying across  Georgia Strait, however, have  yet to be equipped wilh plants,  but are required to be within two  years under recent changes to  the Canada Shipping Act,  Hamilton said.  A Gambier resident collected  "bul it is a mobile unit... We can move it lo  almosl any localion on the Coast ... we've  already cleaned up debris at a couple of  sites." Gibb said lhe machine, a Peterson  Pacific Portable Hog, can handle pretty  much all Ihe wood waste generated at any  given logging operation.  Gibb said he would be meeting wilh Gibsons in the near future to discuss his  machine's capabilities and he is already  negotiating with the regional district to chip  area wood waste rather than burying it in the  regional districl landfill.  "In the Stales Ihey haven't been burying  wood for a long time," Gibb said. "It's being  used (instead) for compost or decoration ...  Ihere are a number of uses for (wood waste  after it's been chipped)."  Gibb said wood chips can even be converted into Ihe 'hog fuel' burned to generate  power at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper.  "That's another potential market," he noted.  Regional districl chair Peggy Connor said  she sees Ihe potential of ihe chipper.  "I see it us a really good idea." she said  Sechell mayor Nancy MacLarty also said  she thought the chipper will be a benefit lo  Ihe Coast and said the municipality would  probably enact legislation in keeping with  the SCRD and Gibsons.  Gambier Island residents are conducting periodic water quality sampling at the Gambier government wharf. file pholo  the high sample last month al the  government dock on the island's  south side, an active swimming  area in the summer.  Bob Weston, chief environmental health officer for the  Coast Garibaldi health unit, said  more samples are needed before  any action would be taken. "We  can't make any decisions without definite results," he said.  "One test is not a true picture of  Ihe water quality. There's many  things lhat could be the cause of  one result."  June waler samples at  Armour's Beach and Ihe mouth  of Roberts Creek were near or  over the 200 fecal coliform per  100 ml of water considered  safe, bul relumed to acceptable  levels when sampled the follow  ing month, health unit figures  show. In recent years, "the sample results (at Gambier) haven't  presented a concern in terms of  the biological quality of the  waler," Weston said.  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Bolh Terminal and International Forest Products unveiled  plans last week to cut parts of  Caren old growth over the next  five years - only weeks before  the Forest Service unfolds its  managemenl plan for the area.  Yet no mailer how sensitive Ihe  Forest Service is to every concern in the Caren, the bottom  line is still: "how much wood  can we get from Ihe forest," said  Bob Nixon, publisher of Forest  Planning Canada.  Forest planning in BC "is  arbitrary, discretionary, has lax  accountability, doesn't provide  for rational thought and meant to  gel the wood oul," he said. "I'm  not trying to be cynical, but  that's the reality of the planning  process."  Industry, said Nixon, produces five-year management  plans which are reviewed by the  ministry, "and after all these  promises to protect, five-year  plans still proceed without any  changes." The forests ministry,  he said, "have Ihis view the forest is their land, and they take  HAVE YOU  ,J_A\ SHOPPED  INTHE  mouhu,,!:   MARKEr  LATELY?  market!  We've got:  Arts & Crafts  Beads & Accessories  Consignment Clothing  1/2 PRICE SALE ON  SUMMER WEAR  NOW OPEN:  "Castaways"  used furniture & things  886-8078  Beside Molly's Reach  It p.iys to  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  great exception that the public  should be fellow travellers in its  design. Their primary purpose is  timber."  Nixon said even if "tough  new standards" are pul in plaice  for the Caren, as was imposed  on the Clayoquot, Ihe actual  practice of better logging may  not happen for some time.  "We pretend we  manage/or  all values.,.'  Kay Trailers, forestry consultant  In the Clayoquot, "here it is  Ihe tough new logging stance,"  he said, "and they [MacMillan  Bloedel] are exempt for 12  months - lo 'adjust.' If they're  not required to do thai in the  Clayoquot, I doubt that will happen in the Caren."  But the Forest Service says it  has been nothing but open as  planning for the Caren wraps up.  And regardless of what Terminal  and Interfor intend for the  Caren, the final decision over  the three-square-miles of old  growth still sits with Ihe dislricl  Forest Service, which could consider preservation as part of the  area's management plan, said  Greg Hemphill, Coast district  forest manager.  Terminal and Interfor "have a  legislated requirement, on an  annual basis, lo present to .lhe  public their five-year plan." said  Hemphill. ��� .  'I'l'he.y are wailing for the,,  Caien management plan to be  completed," he said, adding,  "it's fully expected tljeit five-  year plans will have lo be  reviewed to meel the conditions  of that plan. Ihey recognize this  five-year plan will probably  need amendment."  Yet not everyone is comfortable with ihe complex planning  process, with all its charts,  departments, ministries and  competing interests. In the end,  the key question is slill: "How  much are Ihey going lo cul?"  said Ray Travers, a ministry  employee for 16 years and now  a private consultant.  "The usual Forest Service  process is to assume all old  growth will be logged sometime," he said. "The real crucial  issue conies down to the allocation issue, and the conservation  issues have always received  short shrift."  A forest holds a whole host of  ecological issues, said Travers,  but most of the decisions are  based on ignorance because not  enough is known about the  woods. "We put a very high premium on ignorance," he said,  adding, "we pretend we manage  for all values when really we're  just talking about timber."  &%-W/M\*mmMmm,^  OIBSOMSPiWKt-njBA.pMOME (W��.*D<> VWKOUVERllNF.BM nM'FM MBJW)  Here We Grow Again!!  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The ministry, meanwhile, appointed a new district  manager at the beginning of 1993 and Greg Hemphill initially made no comment about the study recommendations of his predecessor - Russ Hughes.  As the year progressed it became apparent that thc  ministry had ruled out park status for the remaining old-  growth stand, said to be among the oldest trees in Canada, and was pressing ahead with a cutting plan even  while critical research on the endangered murrelet continued.  Last week, the Coast News reported details of Terminal Forest Products' five-year cutting plans for the Caren,  while Interfor, which also has cutting rights in the range,  is just unveiling its five-year scheme.  Both plans technically hinge on a revised management  plan for the Caren Range from the ministry going to public review.  Lately, however, confidence in the ministry's public  review process has all but vanished. The processes may  be mandated by law, but the cutting decisions apparently  proceed regardless.  Into this feathered nest flies the marbled murrelet, a  funny looking sea bird lacking the mystical appeal of the  spotted owl. The recent discovery of a murrelet nest in  the Caren Range is really no surprise; it only confirms  what naturalists have been saying all along, without the  actual proof.  Globally, the earth's extraordinary varieties of life are  disappearing at an unprecedented rate and there appears  little that is sacred enough to curb the onward drive of  human rapaciousness.  Meanwhile, an increasing number of the populace is  waking up to the fact that this fragile planet has reached a  critical pass in its evolution.  Will nesting evidence of the marbled murrelet make a  difference at this late hour, or could the Coast be heading  for the kind of confrontation and civil unrest now inhabiting the Clayoquot? Paul Jones vowed as much last week  and there's little doubt feelings run high around the  remaining old-growth stand.  In the grand scheme, it is only a small reserve area: the  difference between what the Friends of Caren advocates  (800 hectares), and the forest service proposal (555  hectares), is minuscule. And the remainder of the range  has already been clear cut.  It is literally and figuratively the last stand for the  Caren, dovetailed with confirmation beyond any doubt  that the range's old-growth forest, of national significance in itself, is also the habitat of an endangered  species.  letters  Cutting plans  shortsighted  An open letter to International and Terminal Forest Products.  How greedy can one gel? Do  enormous profits come before  every other concern? Does the  preservation of this majestic  sland of 1,800-year-old yellow  cedars on the Caren Range mean  nothing but lost revenue? Don't  the oldest trees in Canada,  maybe in the world, deserve  some reverence or has their trick  of survival just been Ihe remote  and inaccessible terrain?  By Iheir destruction you will  merely close the book with  countless unwritten chapters on  the survival of Ihe flora and  fauna, the beauty of numerous  pristine lakes and waterways  wilh their limpid diversities; the  enjoyment and education of  countless interested individuals  and the future scientific research  biologists.  This should be a heritage  park left for generations to come  to prove the wisdom of those  who preserved this three-square-  mile microcosm as a continuity  of things past, present and  future. Not forgetting that the  Caren Range is the watershed  for Pender Harbour.  How shortsighted can one  get? We are aware that loggers  need jobs but so do numerous  other groups of people. They  will still be in the same predicament a few months after the  irreparable destruction of the  Caren. Where would they go  then? Maybe they could join the  group to help repair the damage  the annual spring floods and  landslides will cause after the  last tree has been cut and the  destruction of washed-out fish  hatcheries, not to mention the  roads and residents affected  below the 'cut'.  At Ihe elevation of 3,700 feet  with all the soil erosion that will  take place, very little will survive on the Caren and all that  will remain will be another  stark, stumped wasteland.  As Friends of Caren we seriously hope you will reconsider  this option and transfer your cutting licence elsewhere.  BRUCE WOODSWORTH  (Retired Consulting Geologist)  SYLVIA WOODSWORTH  Halfmoon Bay  Dogs blamed for  Creek rabbit deaths  We arrived home from a couple of relaxing days away this  past week. We had left our two  pet rabbits in the care of a  neighbour and upon driving in, a  quick glance at the hutch  showed all was apparently well.  I carried on into the house and  sent my daughter to let the rabbits out. She returned to the  house in tears, speechless.  At first I was confused,  where were our two rabbits?  The quarter inch square mesh  wire doors were closed and  nothing seemed amiss. The  scene that confronted me, on  closer scrutiny was one of horror.  I slid open the door to look  inside and immediately found  Ihe back corner of the heavy  gauge wire mesh literally ripped  away. There were a multitude of  claw marks on the sloping corrugated tin underneath the wire  floor and even a couple of holes.  The mesh above had small holes  ripped everywhere and the  heavy gauge screen above the  hutch had been forced aside.  This hutch was a very strongly  constructed building and what  we thought to be safe for our  pets.  As the impact of what had  happened set in, my eyes moved  to the rabbit yard. Scattered in  the dirt were bits of our pets' fur  and intestines. What a horrifying  and disgusting occurance. It's  time for all Robeits Creek large  dog owners to take a good look  at their dogs. By the appearance  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 mall  your letters to:  Tht Editor  Sunthlnt Coatt Newt  Box 460  Qlbtont, B.C.  V0N1V0  of the carnage done to our heavy  gauge wire, the dog or dogs who  perpetrated this grotesque  slaughter should have some  badly scratched muzzles and  torn pads on (heir feet.  This is not the first occurance  of such a slaughter in our neighbourhood but let's make it our  last. Keep your dogs tied up at  night and hopefully no more  pets such as Clover and Lucy  Ann will be murdered and mutilated. Our gentle friends will be  sorely missed.  D.SANFORD  Roberts Creek  Preschool garners  Gibsons' support  The families of Jack and Jill  Parent Participation Preschool  would like to thank everyone in  this wonderful community who  helped us during this past year.  For corporate sponsorship of  our children's con??jl we would  especially like to thank: Canadian Forest Products, Gibsons  Building Supplies, IGA Plus,  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  and SuperValu. For assistance in  installing our outdoor adventure  playground we would like to  thank K&E Towing, Swanson's  Ready-Mix and all others who  pitched in and helped us out.  And finally thanks to everyone who donated prizes or  bought tickets to our family fun  raffles. Without such generous  support by Ihe preschool could  not hope to provide the growing  and friendship enjoyed by our  little members.  Thank you, Gibsons.  MARTHA TODD  vice-president  Ironies abound in the rise to the top of the losers  One of the truly remarkable things about the  second half of tbe 20th century is the rise to asa l-  dancy of the Axis powers defeated in the Secoud  World War. Today, Germany and Japan are world  giants whilst, to varying degrees, all is not well  with the nations which won the war.  On the winning side in the second of the century's two world wars were Russia, Great Britain,  France and the United States of America.  After tbe collapse of the communist experiment,  Russia today is desperately crippled. Beggared by  tbe exorbitant military demands of nearly half a  century of Cold War and riven by the rise of ethnic  hatreds held in abeyance for most of this century,  the country which lost more people in the Second  World War than all other combatants combined is  begging for foreign aid and foreign investment to  feed its people.  There is an element of pathos, as opposed to the  Russian tragedy, about Great Britain. Impoverished  by two world wars and bereft of the empire which  gave rise to the name, the islands off the coast of  Europe which comprise the United Kingdom are  shorn of all greatness except perhaps the greatness  of self-delusion.  Whilst the ruling party still sees the country as a  giant among its fellows, tbe reality is much more  tawdrily ordinary. In this summer of 1993, Britain  is falling below set European standards for such  musings  John burnside  things as the quality of its water and the cleanliness  of its beaches. Industrially, its productiveness is  markedly less than any other country in Europe.  Perhaps saddest of all, the country which first  brought the world health and dental care for all its  people is fighting a desperate rearguard action to  get into Europe without signing die social charter  which seeks to ensure die well-being of the populations of the member countries.  France, which spent much of the war occupied  by the Nazis, arguably suffered less actual damage  than Russia or Great Britain.  Today, however, it too is fighting desperately to  protect tbe value of its currency and the country's  xenophobic intransigence is one of the greatest  obstacles to liberalised international trade. Like the  British, France's pretensions to international  suture have vastly outstripped its actual importance.  At first glance, America seems to have prospered among the winners. There were serious  advantages the USA enjoyed. Its territories were  not ravaged; its industrial plant not destroyed and it  was able to supply at considerable enrichment  much of the materials for fighting the war.  But there are dangerous contradictions underlying die world's last superpower.  The Cold War expenditures which beggared the  former Soviet Union also wrenched the American  economy out of shape and the Star Wars dreams of  former president Ronald Reagan plunged die country into trillions of dollars in debt  The energy and financial clout of the superpower are still massively important on the world stage,  but the Americans seem slow to come to terms  with their huge indebtedness. The capacity to  delude oneself that great days cannot fade is as  much a part of the fabric of the USA as it is in  Great Britain and France.  Further, powerful though it remains, the democratic dream which was America today wakes to  find a growing underclass of die deprived and the  hopeless; the monster of racist division is far from  being laid to rest and the huge military-spawned  debt makes it difficult for the country to come to  grips with its growing social problems, even if  there were a clear and effective manifestation of  political will to do so.  By contrast, the losing powers in the Second  World War bestride the economic world like twin  colossi. Germany in Europe and Japan in Asia are  clearly the dominant economic forces in the world  today.  Germany towers over all others in the European  Common Market. Though the organization is  designed to be a concordia of equals, it often seems  that all 11 of the other members are required to  balance the economic stature of the phoenix which  is modem Germany.  Japan is so successful in world trade that its  very success threatens its competitors. The last  decade bas seen repeated pleas made to the  Japanese to reduce their gigantic and growing trade  surpluses for the good of the rest of the trading  world.  In Britian, in the USA, in China and throughout  the industrialised world, Japanese capital is in  demand and die Japanese are building factories all  over the world.  In purely financial terms, Japan now dominates  the world the way Britain did at the start of the  20th Century and the way the USA has for most ol  this century  Why this state of affairs has come to be should  be a subject to exercise the best minds among us.  Next week in this modest comer I will essay a few  suggestions.  C0AST%EWS  5M-mCnpoon MHI fof  flM CfMff MM Of Iht MNMNR  i: I yaw ��� $35 + $2.45 CST - $37.45  6month��* $20* $1.40 CST-$21.40  I year* $40 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  Thc Sunshine Coast Newt k published on  the Sunshine Com, BC. ovary Monday by  GlluM free, ltd.  Cibsom am- ��� ��7 Onfae Um  Bo�� 460, Gibions, RC, VON IVO  (604) 886-2622, Fan (604) 886-7725  Secneff Onfct * 552 " Count tl  Box 60 Secheh, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 805*3930, Editorial (604) M 5-3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  Pat Tripp  Cam Purdy  tool Shew. Bltmont CtrtyHt-SmHh  OHltm Utnagtr  Office Sfaff  Sut Connor  Hmftott  Editor ChartttHart  Aaperitff      Stuart Burnetii, Darah Hanatn,  Jatnv Seyd. Dtth McNau^itan  Photographer Jot) Johnston*  Production  Manager      CadiyMaok  PnKtKMon    Bavartay SNpla-y,  Andy JaiaaM,  Anraia MacTavtth.  Elizabeth Simpaon  Your ctmmt-mYt AWAID-mNNINC  3  Tht Sunshine Coast News it protacttd by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unlets permission in writing k first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright     '      ~- opinion  Coast News, August 16, 1993  Babes in trees something to crow about  The human and animal residents of our happy homestead  recently spent a weekend being  harassed in what can only be  described as a malicious attempt  by a neighbour couple to drive  us out of our minds and out of  our house.  While we went about our  innocent outdoor business of  cutting the lawn, fixing the truck  and watching the world go by  on our street, a pair of crows  who obviously do not approve  of our type sat in the trees and  told us exacdy where to get off.  For sheer longevity, even  given their tag-team approach to  screeching abuse, they have easily overtaken my personal previous record-holder, a squirrel in  Vancouver who perched in a  tree and screamed epithets at me  for four straight hours, while I  sat outside trying to read. As I  write this, it has been 10 days  and counting, and the abuse has  not subsided one iota.  Obviously the crows are terribly worked up about something, and soon the sharper-eyed  of us spotted it in a large bush  some 40 feet from our back  door. It was a rather motley nest  containing two young crows.  (We pondered whether baby  crows start out with white down,  as most other birds seem to do.)  Though we were never closer  than 20 feet to the nest, the  crows' awareness of our discov  ery of it bought us a precious  hour or so of quiet time, as if  they had suddenly realized that  we were wise to them, so maybe  we weren't so bad, as long as  we kept to our side of the yard,  and stopped pestering them...  I'm sure they did realize the  situation - crows are among the  cleverest of those creatures who  have adapted their habits to  thrive in the urban environments  of mankind, or the barely urban  environment of Bonniebrook.  (As I've discovered, crows  are so smart that if you raise  your hand as if to throw a rock  at them, they will fly away, but  only once a day. After that,  they're onto your game, and  won't be fooled.)  They also seem to recognize  specific humans. My co-tenant,  enthusiastic Coast News summer reporter D. McNaughton,  has been the target of numerous  dive-bombings as he sits outside  having his morning toast and  tea, while I seem to have been  spared the more aggressive  attacks.  Since he is the one who has  once or twice made like he  might just threaten their nest,  I'm sure they have identified  him as their special enemy -  which is even more evidence of  their cleverness, for we are both  scraggly, long-haired males of  about the same height, weight,  hair colour and, uh, dynamic  personality! Yes, we have very  perceptive crows in our neck o'  the woods!  The crows take a special  delight in taunting our non-paying feline tenant. They strut  about mockingly a few feet  away while she goes about her  business. They know full well  that they're too big for her to  take on. She knows this too, but  the taunting becomes increasingly irritating to her, so wilh a  massive sigh of resignation she  reluctantly heaves to her feet  and makes a half-hearted charge  toward them. They jump about  six feet up and six feet to the  right and the game begins again.  Though the crow harassment  is tiresome, we are trying to take  it in good humour. They're just  like any other frantic new parents, and there's plenty of room  for all of us, if only they can  learn to accept it.  And really now, it's not as  though they didn't know we  were here when they moved in  and began raising babies 40 feet  from our backdoor. We're not  juking aside  andyjukes  exactly hermits. We're in and  oul of the place like mad jack-  in-the-boxes all day long,  In fact, we've been supporting their sleek.-semi- urban existence! They've been raiding our  garbage can and the cat food  which we used to leave outside  for the cat. And it's not as  though crows are an endangered  species, for Pete's sake. Bul  affordable rental houses in Bonniebrook are, and we're determined to outlast lhe Crow Family*  Joe and Flo Crow, 1 call  'em... I'm Joe, this is my wife  Flo, and we'd like you lo meel  our children, Moe and 11. Ross.  Now, before wc swoop down to  the garbage can for dinner,  would you care to sit in the trees  and abuse Ihe neighbours?  My house-mate pines for the  day when the babes become  fully fletched and the whole  damn family flies away, but I  secretly suspect that we will  then have four adult crows  haranguing us, instead of the  current two.  letters  The greening  of Gibsons  I would like to stand for election along with Diesel Dave and  Ted Hume. My platform would  be to support their efforts to  industrialize the Gibsons Harbour and allow everyone to  dump their toxic waste, diesel  fuel, paint, etc., into die ocean.  We don't care about preserving  it for future generations.  Vote for us!  at a  IHM^IM.I'I'I ��� *   i.  *i  '���"' LORRETTA GREEN  Gibsons  Drivers are  victims too  The many letters appearing  in the paper recently concerning  animals getting hit by vehicles  is getting rather ridiculous.  Drivers rights are being violated by you people who allow  your pets to run all over the  place.  These pets (cats or dogs), the  way I see it, belong on your  property. And if you can't or  won't keep them there, then you  are responsible for what fate  befalls them. Are you feeling  better by throwing your guilt off  on an innocent driver you are  making a victim of?  So come on people, get real,  get with it and get your pets off  the street and off other people's  property and save yourself all  this heartache and trouble. You  are creating your own problems.  M. SCHMIDTHIESLER  Turning out lack  of media credibility  On Aug. 7 I greeted the  Clayoquot caravan as it passed  througn Nanaimo bound for the  Kennedy River blockade and  what was about to become the  largest mass arrest of peaceful  environmental demonstrators in  Canadian history. This convoy  was twice as big as the previous  one, yet a BCTV cameraman  kept asking everyone the same  amazing question: "To what do  you attribute the low turnout?"  The cameraman explained he  was just posing the question  BCTV (which coincidentally is  making big bucks airing  MacBlo's slick TV ads) had  instructed him to ask.  Media outlets lessen their  credibility by attempting to portray massive, peaceful, sustained protest by large numbers  of concerned citizens as a fizzle.  And Harcourt, Miller and the  corporate-sponsored 'share'  groups are fooling fewer and  fewer of us with their expensive  and deceitful advertising campaigns.  Personally I have to agree  with Valerie Langer who  described the historic mass  arrest with grace and truth: "If  this is a fizzle, let's keep fizzling."  NORMAN ABBEY  Gabriola  Turner article  scores hit  Re: Duncan McDonnell's  column on Big Joe Turner:  After banging around the  Sunshine Coast for a couple  years (we moved to Dale Road  in West Sechelt two years ago  but I continued to commute to  Toronto), I had given up all  hope of any decent music hereabouts. Even considered an ad  in the paper - "Anyone that may  consider Billie, Teddy, Cootie,  Pres, etc. a friend, please call."  But Big Joe Turner is indeed  something else again. About the  time that we finished high  school in the lale '40s one of my  record collecting buddies  shelled out a handful of money  for a tired old copy of Wee  Baby Blues. He was the envy of  many of us. It is certainly  refreshing to hear that there  really is someone out there who  knows and enjoys the old Joe  Turner/Pete Johnson stuff. I was  fortunate to be in New York and  see him at the Cookery some  time in the late 70s, toward the  end of his career. ><u  I continue lo trade tapes with  friends back in Toronto so there  is slill some good music to be  heard, having not found too  much on the radio. Maybe you  know of some shows that I have  not been able to find.  So much for that. Your article was an excellent one. I  enjoyed it very much and intend  to send copies of it back to old  friends to let them know that we  really are alive and well on the  Sunshine Coast.  DON PETRY  Sechelt  OPEN MOM-SAT  10-4P.M.  Pasl Wakefield Inn limUi  Gilts & souvenirs handcrafted on the ptemises.  You and your summer visitors are welcome in our shop.  REASONABLE PRICES-CALL 885*9694 OR 885*7336  ' iiii  If! 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Please call 886-9449  for registration  All classes in Gibsons  commencing Sept. 13/93  We've Got The  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  ______^^^ug_^^_i__^  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  wkmt_1f_j_m_m_m^_  _^_m  ���BhA_L_W_him  -'mmJ\~ '     "'     " '"���"        ''"      'l''" '"       " '' **'*^"***      *��**^"*l-*^-*0       ������^���--'ON.^^ Coast News, August 16, 1993  of health &  specialty  roods  plus herbs  & spices  community  VARIETY Kh FOODS  Rd , Gibsons Uinding  ��� 886 .tu.  VOU RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  WE ACCEPT   |KjdoR f*7 ^  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  Monica (left) and Andrea  Melsl ei\joy Tales forth.  Telling Wednesday morning,  read by (iibsons librarian  Laura Houie as part of the  the Summer Reading Program. The program, which  has now ended for 1993, drew  120 participants.  Joel Johnstone photo  Lordjiirfs J*  Resort ��tsssnffW^  Ole's Cove Rd,, just north of Secret Cove on I jwv. I(| 1  SUNDAYS ��� SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  ^^i****1 7 Days a Week  jgj^  Jo McDonald 7-2pm & 6-10pm  Reservations Requested 885-7038  Got a  SSSfr  Coll our  editorial  department"  in Gibsons  al 886*2622  or in Sechell  al 885*3930  For the finest in area dining  Dining guide  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Try out our  great new patio!  Enjoy Breakfast & Lunch  jUlDay  Inside or Outside  Mon-Fri: 6 am - 3 pm  Sat & Sun: 7am - 3 pm  PANNEKOEK ir?/<HOUSE-  ��  SHAW ROAD OFF HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-9090  FAMILY DINING  Hild-A-Wiy RMtaurant ��� Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 8-86-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  Hlllildt Family RMtaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons-  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Hours: Open Sun - Thurs,  11 am-9 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am -10  pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  BREAKFASTS L0NCH  D( Dutch PMntkotk Houm - Breakfast or lunch all day from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends.  Across from the Sunnycrest Mall,  Hwy. 101 at Shaw Road (Cedars  Inn Complex), Gibsons. VisA k  MC. 886-9090.  Bicktddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvlnu 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: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to II pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta. Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's greal lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe Ihe tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885*3847.  Chti Philippe Riitiurint at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 days a  week.  CrMk House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Lunch  hours: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  > On The Beach ��� 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. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am*2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit m Owens Mw In - 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.  0  george In gibsons  by George Cooper  Friends of Larry and Agnes Labonte gathered at  lhe home of their daughter, Theresa Chapman, on  Sunday, Aug. 8 to congratulate Ihem upon their  40th wedding anniversary.  Agnes was the Golden Girl of 1989, an award  sponsored by the Coasl News in recognition of  years of volunteer service to the community. The  Girl Guide Movement, the school board, service in  WWII and a host of good deeds "always doing  something good for somebody" have marked  Agnes' years here on the Coast.  Larry has been mayor of Gibsons in 1974 to  1977 and again in 1984 lo 85. For years Larry was  the one who raised funds and organized kids baseball in the district. He has been a devoted member  of the Lions Club until his health failed but his  place has been taken by Agnes as still another way  to serve the community.  Gibsons Landing  Since the shipping companies on the Coasl usually named any wharf ihey called at after the person who built il, we can guess, as Les Peterson surmised, thai that was the beginning of the name,  golden lifelines  Gibsons Landing. Our pioneer founder, George  Gibson, built the first wharf in our harbour, but  when he was postmaster in 1892 he called it Howe  Sound Post Office.  The post office was called Gibsons Landing in  1907 and remained that name unlil 1948 when the  postal authorities changed the name to Gibsons.  Perhaps to make the cancellation stamp more compact?  The Elphinslone Pioneer Museum has the correspondence of Frank Wyngaert where he inquired at  post office headquarters in Ottawa about name  changes of our post office. His local inquiries  brought out the tidbit lhat between 1903 and 1907  when there was no post office in Gibsons Landing,  George Gibson Senior placed a large box on the  wharf into which he dumped the incoming mailbag  and left the contents there for the residents to find  on Iheir own. The post office has no record of this  practice - not hard to guess why. Bul that system  worked in those days.  We are making inquiries lo ferret out the dates  when the village, like Whalleys Corner in Surrey,  shortened the names of their communities.  by Joyce Ostry  For ihose of you who need  transportation to and from the  picnic site al the provincial park  on Porpoise Bay Road phone  Stan Johnson at 885-2302.  Bring a chair, cup, plate and  flatware and your favourite dish  of food to the seniors picnic on  Thursday, Aug. 19 at 12 noon.  As soon as I know of startup  time for activities at the centre  I'll get the message to you.  Airlines and your EMA  When making reservations to  travel by air, let the reservation  clerk know lhat you will be  travelling on an EMA and ask  for wheelchair assistance, if  necessary.  Each airline has its own regulations for transporting EMA's  and most will transport scooters  particularly.  Tell the airline which type of  batteries you have. Some airlines will transport unsealed  lead acid batteries, but others  will not.  Sealed gel cell batteries will  be acceptable.  On the day you Iravel, arrive  at the airport two hours before  departure times  If the airline decides to dismantle the EMA, provide them  with written instruction - a photocopy of your manual is ideal.  Show them how to do it if possible.  When you get to your destination and retrieve your EMA  have an airline representative  reassemble it for you and ensure  it is in good working order.  YOU'LL MAKE  uMu^imi  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  COAbI  ru  as easy as pickiny  air  hundieds' of  .an'use our CI  stoiy     Lise them to buy  ne to invest  ���i| WS (iassitu  lay   It's the ie  Put that kind of power to work for you! Call us at  886-2622 or 885-3930  We accept p<��I or ^   __ for your convenience  Mark your calendar for a  combination garage sale and flea  market to be held at Harmony  Hall on Sept. 19 at 10 am. What  a great opportunity to be rid of  the unused items that clutter up  your closet. Remember, what  may seem like junk to you can be  a welcome surprise for someone  else. Rent a table for $10 - be an  early bird - phone 886-9221 or  886-7284.  Ongoing activities  The ping-pong table is set up  every Monday at 10 am and  Tuesdays at 7 pm. Drop in and  participate just for the fun of it,  or, be challenged to some serious  competition.  The Hiking Group meets al  Harmony Hall on Thursday 10  am. It's cool under the forest  umbrella and Bill Rowan plans  hikes to suil Ihe hikers. Phone  886-3443 for information.  Friday Fun Night continues to  be popular. Join us for an  evening of cards, darts, and pool.  There is a pot luck supper on the  last Friday of each month. Come  and bring a friend.  Some of our members practise  Tai Chi throughout the summer.  Phone 886-9619 for info.  The next general meeting is  on Monday, Sept. 19 at 1:30 pm.  Membership is open to all persons in the 50 and onward stage.  The yearly dues at $6 and all regular activities at the hall are free  of charge. Join with others at  Harmony Hall on Harmony Lane  for fun, fellowship, and well  being. For further information  phone Lilie at 886-9000.  _  "������  _^_U  liMAfMi  we_m_M Coast News, August 16, 1993  community  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  Creek residents who want natural gas -  you could be getting a chance to hookup  with Centra Gas. Canvassers apparently will  be going door to door in the Creek some  time in September to question residents re  hookups.  The decision whether or not to provide  service will depend on the number of properties interested and the volume of gas that  would be expected.  The survey will follow the main route  along Lower Road, but subdivisions will  also be surveyed. Stated Centra Gas "If  enough customers are interested, we will  provide a gas line up lo 20 metres from the  property line at no charge, but those with  longer driveways will have to pay an additional cost per metre."  Child care society  Roberts Creek Child Care Society's annual general meeting will be at 2406 Milliner  Road on Sept. 16 at 7:30 pm. Rainbow  Preschool slill has openings for children ages  3 to 5 for its October term. For info call Jan  at 885-3707.  Daze news  The last Creek Daze meeting will be at  Cliff Gilker Park Tuesday, Aug. 17 ay 7:30  pm. For float information call Rick at 886-  8503. Help is needed with traffic control,  you can sign up at the store.  Two buses will be in operation, one going  down Joe Road and Lower and the other bus  down Flume and Beach Avenue.  Donations for the buses would be appreciated.  No puking on the highway due to obvi  ous hazards. Illegally parked cars will be  towed.  Creek Daze Salurday night dance at the  hall is going to feature a true blues disciple -  Sonny Rhodes. Rhodes, who hails out of  Texas, has played with the likes of Freddie  King and Albert Collins, as an exemplary  blues guitarist with a swinging sound. Tickets are $15 on sale at the store, proceeds to  go towards the save the hall fund.  Library news  Thirty-one new books are on the shelves  of the Roberts Creek Library this month..  They include 10 new mysteries by such  favourites as Robert Parker, Sara Parelsky  and Len Deighton. General fiction includes  the blockbuster, A Suitable Boy by Selh  Vikram and Kinsella's latest baseball book.  See you at the library.  FLY CASTING CLINIC  1/2 Day dbik, August 22,1993 ��� Only $40  Span is fatted���bi ran aid sign up tariyl  Sptmsoniby:  Coast Flies  8M-8085��Sumiyatn Mai Gfoom  Walking away  with the goods  and away from  the traffic jam  at the annual-  Wilson Creek  Community  Bazaar.  Joel Johnstone  photo  The Gihsons Metal CI:  mic  is pleased to announce  Dr. Ed Berinstein &  Dr. Karen Forgie  are returning to join the  Medical Staff Sept. 1st.  dawls bay news  hy Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The winning tickets on the  books for newborns raffle were  drawn on July 31 and both  prizes were awarded to Gibsons  residents. Pearl Siddall won the  stained glass lampshade; Cheryl  Roberls, the men's handknit  sweater. Congratulations and  thanks to all who supported the  cause.  Kirkland Centre  Kirkland Centre needs volunteers to assist in the woodworking program that is currently  underway.  The present instructor is a  university summer sludent who  is preparing to return to school  and as there are projects current-  brUge corner  ly underway, it is imperative  someone step into the role of  teacher/instructor. Some projects have been completed, spice  racks for one, and as enthusiasm  is so high, the centre is desirous  that this project not be abandoned.  If you can devote a few hours  on Thursday afternoons, with a  fabulous lunch included, please  give Sally a call at 885-1934.  Kirkland Cenlre provides a  wonderful service lo the community at large.  August programs  Some of the programs scheduled for this month are: Ron  Pollack will have a hands-on  demonstration in the art of pot  tery making; Ken Bell will be  showing slides on Egypt; and  there will be a sing-a-long conducted by Reg Dickson, just to  name a few. On Aug. 3 a group  of 20 went to the Ruby Lake  Restaurant for a wonderful Italian dinner. So you can see,  Kirkland Centre is a thriving,  active, busy place.  Happy winner  Phyl Enquist was thrilled  with her prize, a beautiful  framed print by Wilson.Creek  gallery won in Ihe opening day  draw al the new Desperado's  Tex-Mex Restaurant in Davis  Bay. What a lucky gal. First a  quilt and now a print.  Belated birthday wishes to Vi  Gibbons and Margaret Phillips  (our hall librarian), who blew  oul their candles on July 19.  A delicious buffet dinner was  served and music for dancing  was provided by Slov Kanger on  his accordion.  Brookman derby  Don't forget the Brookman  Fishing Derby for Kids (ages six  t|0 12) this coming Saturday,  Aog. 21 at the dock in Davis  Bay.  Registration starts at 10 am,  pie-ealing contest at 10:45 and  fishing starts at 11 am sharp  until 12:30 pm. Kids must be  accompanied by an adull and  life jackets are mandatory. Have  fun.  * mw. *  Instructor: Jill Kirk  TAP ��� JAZZ ��� BALLET  Exam & recreation classes available  ages 4 to adult  Tap &Jazz ��� CDTA Syllabus  Ballet RAD Syllabus  Tbe benefits of dance last a lifetime!  . Registration:  ThursdayfSept. 2,1993  6:00pm to 9:00pm  Kinsmen Hall, Dougal Park, Gibsons  For mort infomatioii,  nil 886-4190 er 888-4946  by Rudy Notzl  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  winners:  Aug. 2, Jean Coyle and Patti  Phillips.  Aug. 5, Spencer and Tiny  Clark.  Aug. 8, The Sunday's official  club opening saw bridge enthusiasts go through a five-hour  non-stop session and looking  forward to the newly introduced  Wednesday night social bridge.  Supporting partner's overcall  One of Ihe great mistakes is  when responder to an overcall  fails lo raise overcaller's major  while holding suitable values.  When you've found a fit, don't  go looking for another. Raising  informs partner that you have  something. How much should  you have? A little more lhan  raising an opening bid - six lo  11 points.  Word of caution: Playing  against two-over one system,  entering ihe bidding is the most  dangerous thing you can do. The  opponents are headed for a  game and may find it more profitable to double and make you  pay for your transgression.  And whal if partner overcalls  a minor? In the absence of a  five-card or longer major, be  content with raising the minor  and playing a safe contract.  That is if you are a rubber  bridge player; duplicate players  will be taking chances on no-  trump because it scores slightly  better.  The just ended dissertation  on "The Law of Total Tricks"  gives the overcalling pair a powerful pre-emptive tool in raising  to a three level wilh 0-7 points  and a four card support because  of our knowledge that we have  nine cards (5 + 4) in our intended trump suit and should, therefore, score nine tricks.  If one of the above applies, al  least the overcaller indicated a  desirable lead when we defend.  I  Ut\      Septic System  i   Tfu Hazards  ��� Donl allow any vehicles to drive or park  over any part of the septic system.  ��� Donl pour paints, solvents or toxic  chemicals into drains or toilets. (Tank  bacteria action may be destroyed)  ��� Donl dispose ol grease, fat, coffee  grounds, paper towels, facial tissues,  hair, cigarettes, etc. in sinks or toilets.  ��� Donl plant trees or shnjbs in or near the  disposal field area, as their roots may  affect the system.  ��� Don't overload the system with water  Irom dripping faucets or continuously  running toilets.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt. Pender Harbour areas.  .986-7064 (collect)  A  REAL  ESTATE  NEWS  By Jon  McRae  Th* Multiple  Listing Service  Over lhe past ton years, the  Multiple Listing Services around  llie country have revolutionized  the way real estate Is sold. When  an agent lists your home for sale,  he or she takes all of the  pertinent information aboul the  properly and places it in a  computerized inventory hank.  Once a home is placed on MLS,  agenls all over town have  Immediate access to the  information ahixit price, location,  ihe mumber of bedrooms and  baths, the kitchen equipment and  olher appliances that convey with  the home, the size of the yard,  Ihe type of heating and air  conditioning systems, and a host  of other features. The MLS allows  agents lo feed in their buyers'  basic needs and match them up  to thc listings of all area Realtors.  When you list your home. you. in  effect, employ not only llie listing  agent to market your home, but  hundreds of his colleagues all  over town. They can tiien work  cixiperativcly to get your property  sold as quickly as possible.  By placing your home in the  Multiple Listing Seivice, you have  the most effective advertising  there is!  If there is a move in your future,  Jon McRae of MRS Gibsons  Realty is ready to serve you  Please call me at 886*2277  (office) or 886*3999 (home).  GPjie Corporation of tlje  ���Bfettttt of ftefltft  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt B.C. V0N3AO Telephone (604) 685*1966 Fait (604) 865*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Design Ideas  for Sechelt Signs  Applications are invited from those who  would be interested in submitting designs  for signs to be placed at the north and south  boundaries of Sechelt on Highway 101.  The design should be one that uses natural  materials, e.g. carved cedar and would  identify the District of Sechelt as a distinct  community.  Apply in writing to:  The Mayor, Box 129,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Schedule of Meetings  Tuesday, August 17th, 1993  - Finance Committee (10:00 a.m. in the  Council Chamber)  Mayor's Hotline  mf  885-5360  841-KOZ  Youth Drama Qroup  Raven's Cry Theatre  Thursday, August 19th, 1993  Time: 3:00 p.m.  The 841 -KOZ Youth Drama Group is a  group of young people who have written  and choreographed a 2 hour performance  on the topic of "Positive alternatives to gang  and youth violence and promotion of the  Gang/Youth Contact Line'. The  performance begins with skits, wherein the  characters deal with many issues and leam  that they do have positive alternatives  available to them in the face of youth and  gang violence.  The performance moves Into a workshop  format, and here audience members are  encouraged to get involved. Scenarios are  put forth, and youths are asked to decide  what the characters should or would choose  to do when placed in certain situations.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1 st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be  made to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING  PERMITS ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE  PRESENT TIME DUE TO THE  CURRENT HOT WEATHER  CONDITIONS.  ���M  M  ���t-jll*-*   �����."���*-���������*-"M*lS��"*.J-*W���l,-a�� Coast News, August 16, 1993  community  The Solid Brass Trombone Band and guests at work on a warm  Wednesday evening at the Festival of Written Arts Pavilion  Joel Johnstone pholo  *..   N   vs  NEW?  Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  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Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885 2526  Friday & Saturday, Aug 20 & 21  Friday only-BBQ Steak  6*8nm, $7.00 ind O.S.T.  ���WN SUNDAY* 12*6/ LUMCHH MON. * Fll. 11 * 2   Pool Tournaments, Thursdays 7 pm   General Meetings  Will mum ill Septembtt  Crib  Jmkrp,8im  Wd,7pm  Meat Draw  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886 9984  Friday & Saturday, Aug 20 & 21  jj^TWil COURIERS   MERSrt  BBQSteak * Mirny, 6-�� pm    *f *  Roast Beef* Mimtoy, d-ffNM  $7.50 ind. G.S.T. (whfa quonftiM lart)  OPEN FOR LUNCH  1 1  AM  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Ah August, lhal wonderful month, the lasl  sweet days of summer. As a kid on the  prairies those hot days of August often ended  with enormous displays of thunder and lightning and, if we were lucky, rain lo cool off  the night. 1 also remember times when only  enough raindrops fell lo form mud wilh the  dusl in Ihe air and came down on our windows and decks. My friend and neighbour  insists lhat when il rains in coastal BC it  rains down slugs. I think, at least in the  spring, she is right.  Don't we eat well in August. If you have  a garden and a fishing line, August grocery  bills are a pleasant surprise. After a supper of  freshly-caught salmon, new potatoes, butter  beans and garden salad followed wilh blueberries and cream, we agreed thai Ihey don't  eat belter in Buckingham palace. And there's  still com on the cob to come.  Festival of the Written Arts  The Festival of Ihe Written Arls and the  Arts Council's summer craft fair for 1993  ���*���:  haltmoon happenings- ���  i  are over now. Both were successful well-  attended productions. Now the many volunteers and organizers can enjoy some well-  earned relaxation before starling the  inevitable plans for next year.  Arts council workshop  The Arts Council is presenting a Paslel  Workshop with Jan Bryant Poynter on Aug.  17 and 18 from 10 am to I pm at the Arts  Centre in Sechelt. Call 885-5412 for information.  Save the Strait  The fourth annual Save thc Strait  Marathon takes place Aug. 20 to 22. To get  involved as a participant and/or volunteer  call Marie Bisson-Monlpctil al 883-2142.  Labour Day  The Labour Day long weekend in  September heralds the end of summer and  the beginning of school. Celebrate new  beginnings at the Rockwood Centre. On  Sept. 3 and 4 Ihere will be three performances of a wonderful production. The  Native Cultural and Theatre Arts Society is  ��� *-'t> 8 8v  j   .;��� ...        '  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Some 60 members and  friends of the Welcome Beach  Communily Association enjoyed a delicious hamburger  barbecue at the hall last Saturday. They had a nice visit and  met some new friends during  the evening. That's what Welcome Beach is all about - making new friends.  Broken laws  There are some things going  on in Halfmoon Bay which have  many of the local citizens wondering. It is a complete source  of amazement to many of us  when we read about developers  having to face court and Tines  for violations.  The most recent one reported  was the destruction of a natural  fish habitat in Halfmoon Bay.  The one just prior to that was  the total clearing of all the limber on a lot where such destruction on land in a known slide  area can cause havoc.  The question which needs to  be asked is this. Why are these  operations not monitored by our  bylaw enforcement people?  Why are these allowed to happen and then the violators made  to make court appearances and  pay fines, heavy or otherwise?  Why are Ihose who destroyed a  fish habitat not forced lo repair  the damage they 'have caused?  One of Ihe answers we  receive when we question this is  "Well the damage usually gets  done on the weekends when  there are no law enforcement  people working."  Taxpayers are paying plenty  for such services. Would il cost  all that much more lo have  someone monitoring development activities seven days a  week? It is up to all of us to be  on Ihe alert and aware of what  destruction can take place if we  don't watch out.  ���  Constiuction Sill's  Speci.il Events  Outdoor Picnics  Weddmqs. etc  wot We avmnr *_m m  Also Septic  Link PumpiiK)  mmmmiw��  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064      I  by Pat Thibodeau, 883-2028  For this week, the fun program theme is trades and occupations.  We will be taking a look at our local industries and exploring different trades and skills that are viable for our area. We will also be  spending more time at the beach if the warm weather persists.  Stan Jerema is back home after four days at St. Mary's and is feeling fine. Val Silvey broke her arm last week in a bike accident, so  when you see her, please sign her cast. Guy's cast is off his arm  finally. Adam Wallace is now recuperating at home and is on Ihe  mend after a really close one. (Glad you're still with us, Adam).  I missed a few August birthdays lasl week. Aug. 8 were celebration days for Guy Dowd and Calvin Nelson. Celeste Percy was four  years old on Aug. 11.  Newest residents to Egmont are Doug and Rita Robson, all the  way from Gibsons.  The sweet refreshing water of Waugh Lake wilh ils shimmering  patterns as the sun and breeze weave their magic together.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  CLIP   'N'   SAVE  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Jamieson  ���Automotive  Distributor for  Canwest Plastic Ltd.  Manufacturer of Plastic Tanks,  Septic Tanks & Distribution Boxes  Water Tanks 10 Year Warranty  Pumps, Filters, Plumbing and  any water related products  TxirfMNf-wil-977-3013  Payne ����U Hwy 101  (Mnmi 116-7919  coirg-3i0nawchemicai resistant  rugged impact resistant kxyethylf ne  outstanong resistance against  deterioration from u11havkxet ught  presenting Ihe Kahurangi Dancers of New  Zealand, the Spirit Song Theatre Company,  Camp Salish performers and David Campbell. Tickets and information available at  Rockwood Cenlre 885-9631 or 885-2522.  Rehab kudos  Recently when our grandchildren were  visiting we took them to the Sunshine Coast  Wildlife Rehabilitation Cenlre on Trout Lake  Road. We were taken on an informative tour  of the centre and got a good idea of the different facilities needed for the various  species who are brought in for care.  I was particularly impressed by Ihe equipment on standby for cleaning wildlife in the  event of an oil spill.  This cenlre operates on dedication and  donations so give generously. Visitors are  welcome but no pets please lo disturb the  wildlife. It's not a zoo and loud unexpected  noises do startle Ihe animals. If you have any  ilems for Ihe column please call me at 885-  7365 or drop off thc item at Ihe Coast News  office. Deadline is Wednesday afternoon.  Provincial  Senior  award  nominees  sought  Members of British Columbia's communities have until  Sept. 8 to nominate a senior citizen who they consider merits  the 1993 British Columbia  Senior of the Year Award.  The winner will receive a  $10,000 tax-free grant from co-  sponsor Hongkong Bank of  Canada, as well as Ihe Brock  House Society Medal from the  award's founder and other co-  sponsor, Vancouver-based  Brock House Society.  Past award recipients have  come from a variety of backgrounds.  Their common thread is that  Ihey must be a Canadian citizen  aged 65 or older, a resident of  British Columbia, and, in Ihe  judgment of a seven-member  selection committee, have a  demonstrated record of voluntary community service.  Lasl year's winner was Mission resident Marl Kenney,  leader of "Mart Kenney and His  Western Gentlemen" band,  which has delighted lovers of  jazz and the big band sound  since Ihe l930s.This year's winning nominee will be announced  on Oct. 6 and honoured at a special presentation dinner held in  Vancouver Nov. 4.  Nomination forms, along  with a brochure outlining eligibility, are slill available  throughout the province at all  branches of Hongkong Bank of  Canada, Bank of British  Columbia, and from Brock  House Society. Submissions  must be received no later than  the Sept. 8 deadline. Nominators are encouraged to update  entries from previous years and  resubmit. I  For further information, contact BC Senior Award, c/o  Brock House Society, 3875  Point Grey Road, Vancouver,  BC V6R 1B3, telephone (604)  228-1461.  '��� Coast News, August 16, 1993  leisure  A student contemplates his creation during Doug Biden's (left)  printmaking class for kids at the Arts Centre studio.  on the arts beat  'Hitting the wall'  to fund Rockwood  Storytelling festival  Rockwood Cenlre Story-  Telling Festival organizers got a  helping hand from local businessman Terry McBride of  Toma Developments, with construction of the sponsor's wall.  The Rockwood Centre Story-  Telling Festival is asking local  businesses to 'Hit the Wall', a  project to raise funds for the  three-day event in early October.  McBride was the first out of  Ihe blocks to support the '93  version of the sponsor's wall  with a cheque he presented on  behalf of Toma Developments  to the festival, lasl week.  The wall will feature all businesses who contribute and local  students will paint and decorate  the wall in late September. It  adorns the entrance to the  'Mighty Wall or Venue #1' of  the festival on the Rockwood  site.  "It's a way of raising funds,  promoting community involvement in the festival and display  ing all the diverse and numerous  businesses, big and small, on the  Coast," explained festival organizer Bronwen Sutherland.  "ll is affordable to most businesses, at $25 a shot and it helps  keep the festival's mandate of  inexpensive family entertainment in the realm of possibility," she added.  The StoryTelling Festival is  also on the search for a number  of items it hopes will be provided by the community. Lists of  equipment and other materials  desperately needed by the festival are available at the festival  office.  The three-day event is shaping up and with programming  almost complete organizers are  sure there will be something for  everyone this year with particular attention to the smaller members of the family.  Details of the events will be  available by the end of August.  Call the festival office for your  personal guide, 885-2522.  Mona Hamill's Dream Tigers Landscapes  will change the way many viewers look at  paintings.  The Dream Tigers painling is a monumental three dimensional construction dominating the main gallery space. Thc theatrical  origins of this work give it a commanding  presence. In its first form it was part of a  multi-media dance/theatre/painting/projection performance by Vancouver's Experimental Dance and Music and was arranged  to alternately present different facets in  choreographed sequence.  This installation in the arts centre as a  massive monolith is contrasted with Mona's  landscapes - some intense miniatures beside  the looming Dream Tigers, others large canvasses exploring the antitheses of generic  and individual urban and natural.  The bulky support structure required to  mount the Dream Tigers was shipped free of  charge by Peninsula Transport without  whose generous donation of services Ihis  exhibition would not have been affordable.  Many thanks to Reg and Ron of Peninsula  Transport.  Artist Mona llamill will be at a reception  at the arts centre from 2 to 4 pm Saturday,  Aug. 21. Everyone is welcome to join her for  discussion and refreshments. 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Miaaaaba-i 31  ���aMaiHa On-ai-af  Deathends speed  to turn at 85 mph  L**nard E William:, enmc  his deslh accidentally on July  B When hil by a pole broken  off by another car. was the  verdict of a coroner's Jury  July 26 which heard evidence on the fatality In tho  RC*n> courtroom with Dr  WlllUm MdKec at coroner.  When Leonard B Phair  driver of a '51 Hudson convertible started to give evidence,  he was granted protection under the Canada Evidence act at  the request of his lawyer, Mr  A* Branca.  Phair said he hod lefl Roberts Creek earlier and drove  t��� Wakefield parking lot  where he met Williams While  both went inildc, he did not  .'lay with Williams but had  broken conversation wilh him  Phalr said he left by himself.  Il was not until he was the  other, eastern, side of Sechell  kit- noticed another car behind  him* He said lhe other car  ���Uyed with him and when  going down Davis Bay hill  he, Phair, wat going qui!**  toft and when approaching the  Davis Bay curve, he said the  ilher car which was on his  .eft, crowded him t0 te aide  f the road. Phair then said  lie did not remember what  happened after he struck the  Irsl pole,  Cpl* Cummins interjected  hat It wat a glancing blow on  he first pole and Phalr rc-  >bed. " Yes, I closed my eye��  and do not remember whui  h npened"  i i*l    Cummins    questioned  llim  on  his atsoclallon     with  ���-Williams  at    Wakefield    Inn  nnd   Phair  replied  Ihey   were  not there together us Williams  tn>t with others and when he  " he wag beind me"  'ylng      to    questions,  *> he could nee the ear  twins I'P ������������  hi*  "li  lie said he intended to atop  them but bolh speeded up to  73 mph, (*pi Cummins said  ho was approximately 120  yards behind Ihem at the Davis Bay Hill. Thc cars continued  at 03 mph and sometimes faster wilh about 20 feet separating Ihe iwo cam with the  RCMP car striving t,, overtake Ihem, lhe Corporal said.  Al approximately the motel  alnng side the highway, Cpl.  Cummins lurncd on hla warning siren. Asked later by a  Juryman why he had noi done  It before he sold it was no use  as curs going al thai speed  would not hear a siren unless  it was close lo Ihem He was  also asked why he had not  slopped them after leaving  Selma Park and replied It was  not wise lo halt c-ira on a  curve but to wait for a fairly straight slrekli,  Thc corporal continued his  story of the chase by saying  that Jusl aboul lhe lime he  turned on his siren he lost  sight of the ram on the turn  going towards the bridge Seconds later, he said, he saw a  flash and on approaching the  spot saw one car off the right  side of (he '"���"* -y"-s '"��� l,s  right side with thc front end  facing thc water He ran over  to It and saw Phalr crawling  out 0n his hands and knees  Cpl Cummins said Phair seemed tu be OK so lie looked for  the olher car whl.h was a  short distance farther i>n He  opened a door of the cur and  said he could Hfl lhe man was  Willi.ims, Whom he knew, and  that he w.is dead '  Drscrihinu wh.it happened  based <*n a complete cheek, he  told lhe coroner and Jt<ry. that  the Ph.ur c.ir had gong ���'" feet  off th�� pavimcnt and in it!  momentum hud struck 1 II  Inch Ihl'V '   - *���'��������  'In' H-  Life-saving  explained  at Sechelt  BY MRS. E. LUMSDLN  The Hoy.il Life.SavIng Soc.  Icty show and demonstration  sponsored by the Sechelt  Board of Trade, drew hundreds of spectators to the  waterfront Sunday. Magistrate  A. Johnston opened the activities and turned lhe Job of M  C* over to Jack Lungrln'.  honorary scent a ry and treasurer for the group*  Thc first demonstration was  a rope rescue from shore, for  a subject not too far out in Ihe  water. It wat explained this  method should b-,. used If Uif  rescuer i�� not a good swim-  mer  A demonstration of lhe evolution of swimming was shown  hy different performers from  lhe dog-paddle tn thc now  widely used  crawl stroke.  The R.L.SS. has developed  a new stroke for use in life,  saving which they call the  lowing stroke, on th*. back.  arms folded, with a scissor  kick Land drill, wilh six  young ladles demonstrating,  showed three popular methods  of breaking an arm hold, front  strangle hold and a back  strangle when the victim be-  comes panicky.  Throe young ladles enter  talned In lhe water with the  Dance of the Wooden Soldiers  The llde carried them off  course, bul it distracted the  girls not a bit They finished  (illi a hinart sulule and head,  cd  fur shore  Thfl chain rescue method  with three rcgcuon lowing  each other, und the subject  who fell from the wharf had  urtificiaL respiration after reaching shore The spcelalur.i  w.'.' warned Ih ' IUH Iho  ������.un-- "> tiii'l  '���ig  Einar M Qundersan, exec  ullvc vice-president and general manager of the Pacific  Great Eastern Railway, re*  reives a shipment of three new  locomotives The balance nf  an order of eight will be ar.  riving within the next few  weeks Bigger and more powerful  than     previna    models.  theae produce 1600 horsepower, weigh 120 tons. This equip*  ment ia helping to make lhe  PGE the must modern rail.  way in North America. Thc  locomotives, made in Montreal, can be used aa a single  or multiple units >tt<| are powerful enough to handle any  trains un all the PGE grades  Judges  selected  for Fair  The Fall Fair committee reports that they have been abla  to secure the service* of seven  Judges for the various classification! of exhibits at the  Howe Sound fair, August It,  1? and 18.     /  Moat of these Judges are  familiar lo exhibitors on the  Peninsula, from previous fain  at which they have Judged.  Mr. Hawley ih the one new  member to whom the Peninsula is new.  The Judges with their divisions are: Flowers and la bio  decorations.  All   Pepper  Vegetables and Fruits. Git.  Thorpe,  Domestic science and home  cooking, Miss Joy Brown*  Needlework elc, Mrs. Winnie McLear  Handicrafts,   Weaving   and  Spinning, Mix J.S. Griffin-  Poultry,    etc.,    H. Gasper-  done.  Canaries and budgies, W.  Hawley.  A meeting ot lhe Fair Com-  mlttee will be held on Friday-  August 3, lo advance the final  preparations for the fair.  Road work causes  removal of poles  Telephone Company has taken steps to reduce  lo u minimum Interruptions In  telephone service throughout  lhe Sechelt Peninsula riurinu  Ihe provincial government's  ex iensivc    road    Improvement  program.  Telephone  gangs   arc    currently    moving   Ihe    Pende  llarbour-Sechell lung distance  circuits and aome Pender Harbour local exchange lines lo  ill" Electric Co, power pules  This move is designed lo  keep telephone line* which  formerly follow*."* ���' ����� rule  of  the"!"*"' .-<t  hip'  Roberts Creek  roads discussed  Mrs R Hughes chaired the  meeting of the Roberts Creek  Improvement association July  10. at which time there waa ���  lively (j'M'UM-i'iii on road conditions The rough and dusty  cowHUun al the Lower mad  and Beach Avenue brought  uul the suggestion that a sod-  '���impound could bo used  ��-n '���      *-i haunt.  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  C OAST ^ NEWS  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  H.-UR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  i  BUILDINQ     HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  0oA* ffewut'i  JMAB1NA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product!  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps & Covers  Up/io/stet-*i & Repairs  MAR I IN A  'I lAK'MACY  883-2888  ^ BPns  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Snorting Goodi Store  Francis Peninsuli Place  Corner ol Sumhlne Coaat Hwy. 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MADOL CONTRACTINGl  All types oi connate work  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  OMttrCQoaataWoifc  HS-imiXetMuMa)  ttMtttt  (Leave eaeeaeeer  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Chrlatlanaen  686*8463 S9C7RR1  w Gibaona, BC VON 1V0  SUNTEK  DEC-K-ING      PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4366  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    >  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turcnne       Paul Dcsautcls  886*0340  885-5492  land Coring        885-34*9  DennlWo*. 886-8053  Stump Rtmoval  Sit* Dtvolopmont  I88*. J*&P EXCA\I  b-ee eslimales ^�������"���**-���*���  HEATING  f  DON'S IWPE,  Renovations ��� Foundations  Frame to lock up  and custom homes  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  DON FAlRHtRST 886-0964  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  L    The Coast News    >  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential rooling  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves -u-t^.W  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  ���-��� ~-^-**-Ready-MixLtd.  ,��� Ota-patch   ��� .,-- Accounts���,,���      FAX     ���-a  [885-9666    |l    8M--J333    ||    885-2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnel Rd., Sechell, B.C.VON 3A0  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  ^  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. <t Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  886-3558 L^  Cellular      \Mi  240-6314   J^ffi-"1  I    We dig tha  i  ki u JL  >�� Sunshine Coattl J  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  s   The Coast News   j  D/B CRANE RENTALS LTdT^  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  y^ After 5:00 pm 885-6261   JJ  DESIGN  U5-IIM    FOR FREE ESTIMATES   M3*7>1* ^  liChrlitinai^^lCOMJUlTATION   Marty tudtcr  S>Cle��ttr,9al Stump Removal  Now on Ihe Sunshine Coast1  'DellTeckDustbusters"  Vt'ntllation and Furnace Cleaning hn- iloxos. Air Ducts  B85 7670    Ri"a'H.'ntinl��,r0mm.*r<iiil  Cell   HBO 7655 ���*'��*< Di'long  K (.AS (IN I HI  Sp.'. i.ili-fs   Con.- /M..H-. N.'w ('(iri'.lMi, ln-i  * C.r, I'lufi.ttu   ��� Woott ��� Hot W.it-'t  r.iiihs  ��� bpnuttv Prmhit I:  class a fids niffflCFBTjf/rn in hnicmns  %/ I' Ml /,'( him    ./. I I   l\ h,,, l If.I  EMERALD DESIGNS  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN ��, CONTRACTING  COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN  !>  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  A Ir T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon (ervlo  Serving The Coast Since 1985  ���,-jS-T?*       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  -SSSSi.     , ADDITIONS  > renovations  ������������mm  T. WONO. BOX 711. OIBSONS. i.C. VON IVO  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial,  Industrial  JOE McCANN Rag. 10131  Call 883-9902  THIW   _^_  R&P  Construction  A  For all aspectt of residential construction.  DaiH- ������������aara       j  >��  Free Estimates  886*7571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  Im .Electrician ���       _. SI8-I C4��.��!-!  No 17933    Jay Thomas oibaom, von ivo  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION   Genera) Contractor*!   FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING  FiN^y��%gs^  EfNGIINEERING  r  MJJ. Vinyl Sitting  Sofllla, FASIA, Shuttcra    CEDAK .SIDING    __  Fred Oioker  lvPhonc88'i6065  PO Box 1)96  Sechdt, B.C  VUN3A0/  Sunshine Coast Engineering  Cnainearina end Daalgn for  ��� SubdMaion DtraloMNirt  ��� Cwtom RnidMrtid ond CMMMrdd  ��� Structural ��� Soli ��� Marina  S7,C29,RR#2 mm.    .m.-.    j  *yGi(ison5, BC VON IVO OOQ-4743 J  EXCAVATIING  ROAD BUILDING AND GRADING ��� BBIDGli ��� tXtAVAIING  FALLING ��� BULLDOZING ��� TRUCKING  STK EXCAVATING "8^  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� land Charing ��� Driveway.  ��� Drainage ' Landscaping  * Retaining Walls  . Sand & Gravels  ��� Septic Systems ��� Etc.  "Quality &  Punctuality"  '886-9020  Trucking Bob Gurney   Excavating  KllMMH ExCMTING  ��� Land Clearing a Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otler i lull line ol  Servlcee with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt wilh prolessional  work at competitive rates  V Ken Blrkln �� 885*7487 ��� Cell, 671 -6411  ^ Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News    >  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  iEim^^in_um<m  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  CHI NOW 116-71 tt  ^ Sltowroom: o73 Payne Rd, Cibsons        j  PROPANE INC.  t Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885*2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  DRYWALL SERVICE  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  \o Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886-0040  r Rwnw Interior Decorating^  Free Eslimales on  Compiele Inleriisr Design RuhNnj * WaflMpmnj   ,  CONTOUR  I    DESIGN  " Quality Supply & Installation   l  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  VSHQo,..)MesiHW IQI.GIBSOHS-BC -PHTAX 886-3191  MVMTf CONITIUCnON LTD.  Custom homes ��� Small commercial  Renovations ��� Forming' Framing ��� Finishing  IrvHMdkNMA ���tS*1774  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  Gunnar Chrlatlanaen  886-8463 S9C7RR1  w Qibeone, BC VON 1VO  mm  ��� Co-ordinated,  Creative Design  ��� High Grade  Supply 4  Installation  ��� Ceramic Tile, Marble  & Granite  ��� Blinds, Unique Drapeiy 4 Bedctveringe  ��� Total Interior Design & Drafting for New Homes,  Additions, Commercial  Call AnthM 605-0271 anytime  ���SMM  ^riiM  mm Coast News, August 16, 1993 13  $2M  J^ISffi!  a bag days  August 19*, 20th, & 21st  Thurs. - Sat, only   HELP THE  Donatlona    888-2488 or Boa 891  **f. IM  iiiiHiiimnii m< mniiniiiMni  HAWHOUDAySMOTOftHOMIIALU  20' 22l&24'  Gently used models  886-W23  or 886-8481  SPCA NEWS  Pedro, a beautiful young red  collie-cross, about Ave to six  months old, is one of several  canine companions at tne  SPCA Henry Road centre.  Call 886-CARE to meet any  of them.  We 're more than just tires!  BRAKES?  Give yourself a brake  "FREE"  10 Point Brake Check  (Most cars & light trucks)  TST  J     886-2700  HWV  101  ti  Burton Drt  5 YEARS AGO  The Ocean Resource Conservation Alliance (ORCA)  protested the serving of Wood-  bay Salmon Farm fish at the  Festival of the Written Arts barbecue and distributed anti-aqua-  cultuie pamphlets and collected  names on a petition lo restrict  fish farming locally.  Lotto 649 partners Wayne  Bracked and Owen Edmunds  happily display their $3.3 mil-  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    g^mj'  VINYL 8t CEDAR SIDING     lk.��2~ (L,l  '������S-S9S1    km. MI-MI 3  ��� Salt',"'.i'a t Itonceft .  ��� Motel JaCampJItM <WateiTajl .���,-���.,   ,  . M-nineliti'Jiia       ��� ta-ltl.itHe BHJ-at/OOj  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS A BATHROOMS ���  888-9411  Cellular  250-3378  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  giw us a call  88r>-6052  &  wccaneer  .Marina 6? Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885*7188  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K - C Thermoglass &_^ V^U  Cobra Boats now  -t-��   ��� '.��- V-V-1"  In-Stock  "outboards  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  a    The Coast News    a  LANDSCAPING  -DE ROOS -  CHIPPING SERVICE  Whole tree chipper, tree falling &  lemoval, biusn <t lot clearing  ���     BILL 885-3918      _  Wlty bum?  cmprri  Prompt Soviet 6"  Reasonable Rati?  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  trail's  Ine  is Ihe Exclualv*  Oaalarihlp lor the  Sunshine Coast  Exceptional quality I  at an exceptionally \  low price.  Ftaturini  Yamaha'tnew  Stem Drive  .its  COTTRELLS r*  MARINF     SFRVICF     L   .1  MECHANICAL SERVICES  FREE ESTIMATES^  P FREE ESTIMATES  LAND8CAPINO    LTD.  OOC   CO Cai    Protessionai da.hn am  VJOOO-OgO*** quality Instillation J  H_  ENTERPRISES  S & G TREE SERVICE  .Topping ��� Trimming ���Pruning ��� Brush CNppur  jk. Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Year* Experience  885-3897  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM  ���ERVMO THE fORElT. MkRIHt AMCONITHUCTIOK INDUSTRIES  ON THE SIMSMNE COAST  HOWARD LANG OflCOOOi a.o3i��i   I  J215HEKDH0   Q-B5QNS OOD-3231 869-0431^  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  MARINE SERVICES  ~Ship Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS I SERVICE  "SUP SHAPE SEHVICE"  Carnilt Bolly, PreptMor  PH:M5-H7l(Bu��.)  iaa-Mio(R����)  R.R. I.Mmod Road  ttemm, B.C.  V0NJA0  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  lion dollar cheque for photographer!! lasl Thursday afternoon.  10 YEARS AGO  The Queen of Alberni ferry  will be removed from the Sunshine Coasl ferry fleet to fill a  desperate need to accommodate  freight trucks on the Nanaimo  run, thus reducing the number  of daily sailings on the Coast by  one each way.  The Queen of Coquitlam will  make an extra trip each way to  partially offset the loss of two  trips by the Queen of Alberni.  Gibsons council is taking a  second look at a request from  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District to lease approximately  48 acres just east of Reed Road  as a park, but will maintain the  priority of protecting the watershed of Inch Creek, located on  the property.  Economic Development  Commissioner Oddvin Vedo  was "thrilled" about the recent  meeting between Expo '86 officials in Sechelt. Expo is expect-  1 ed to create 49,000 person-years  of employment and draw $260  million tourist dollars to the  province.  1$YEARS AGO  Halfmoon Bay residents fear  thai lhe provincial government  intends to hand over an unused  road allowance on property at  Coopers Green, an action which  would cause Ihe loss of the area  as a long-sought after regional  park.  25 YEARS AGO  School trustee W.P. Malcolm  reports to the regular school  board meeting that board spending will be well within budget  guidelines.  3$ YEARS AGO  Scorched earth and forests  ravaged by the highest number  of fires in history, are evidence  of Ihe hottest and driest July  ever recorded on Ihe Coasl.  40 YEARS AGO  The Honourable James Sinclair is returning as the federal  member for Coast/Capllano.  Sinclair is expected to continue  as the Minister of Fisheries.  45 YEARS AGO  A flotilla of homemade rafts  and rowboats wilh sails are  expected to take part in Ihe 19th  annual Howe Sound Regatta at  Granthams binding.  Final preparations are in the  Gibsons Community Hall on  August 20 and 21.  MON TIME HT. FT  0355 13.4  16   1105 2.1  MO   1820 14.6  2345 9.5  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0200  20 0750  FR   1400  2020  6.1  13.7  5.2  15.5  TUES TIME HT. FT.  0455 13.7  17 1150 2.2  TU   1845    14.9  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0250 5.2  21 0855 13.4  SA 1440 6.7  2055 15.4  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  WED TIME HT. FT.  rHUHS.TIMEiHT. FT  0030 8.5  . 18   0555 13 8  WE   1235 2.8  1915 15.5  SUH TME HT. c*  0340 4.5  22    1000 13.1  SU    1530 6.3  2130 15.2  Tw  0115 7.3  19 0650 13.9  TH 1315 3.8  1945 15.3  Tide Tables Cnurtesy of  un'  !po*4  /"���^-i f./t-i* .>!�����,�� Afytiti\isi  Classifieds to  cheer about!  Call 886-2622  or 885-3930  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday August 17,6:30pm  Creative Cooking- "Chicken Three Ways"  7:00pm  Healthy Elating is in Store for You  7:30pm  Three Square Miles  A guided tour of the old-growth forest in The Caren Range.  8:00pm  Bees -beekeeper Frank Holmes looks at the business.  9:10pm  Joan Thompson Wam...A Retrospective  Wednesday August 18,6:30pm  Creative Cooking - "West Coast Favourites"  7:00pm  Herb Talk ��� A look at the Crow Road Herb Farm..  7:30pm  "I Am A Camera" - Photographer Ken Bell's Famous People  8:10pm  Slate of the Art - Woodturner Gary Kelly  8:30pm  Emerald Princess - sinking of a bronze mermaid in Saltry Bay.  9:00pm  The Sechelt Indian Band Hatchery  9:15pm  Sunshine Coast Parks  9:30pm  Sunshine Coast Art Auction - preview  Thursday August 19,7:00pm  Sunshine Coast Ait Auction - preview  7:30pm  No Idle Hands - the history of needlecraft arts on the Coast.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking -"From the Garden"  y South Coast Ford  CUPS SAVE  IO BCFGRRKSS Schcdllic  886-2242  /EH    SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdale  Leave Horaethoe Bay  6:20 am  8:30  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:20 M  10:10*  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  11.00*  FrMiyft-SUMiyi ���  Hoi Mo-idiy. only  Leave Earh Cove  2:20*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  Leave Saltery Bay  1:30 ���  5:45 am  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  H-ckMtM   ���ttmim.a.u^.tin  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  ASQJEWS  atwrtctew   l��wt*��ri'��Cowi:W>M.LMW.*aa<��y��iy1:>0p*n.  COAST NEWS  WTMENDER 14  Coast News, August 16,  1993  Take Advantage of our Neiv Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  mmm Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  21   For Sale  BEAUTIFUL ROBERTS CREEK  8 year new home, pnvate lot. 1/4  acie, 3 bed, 2 full baths, lamily  loom, deck, 1600 sq. It. on 2 levels, 5 min. walk lo beach, close to  school, stoie, on bus route.  $152,000. Call 886*4522.  <35cn  WANTED TO BUY  Retirement collage lor one. on a  nice lol. Willing to pay up to  $120,000. Call 888-0366.  ��35cn  Lol lor sale on Deeihom in Sandy  Hook subdivision, 90'xl88'. Spectacular view lot, locking up Sechelt  Inlet. 885-2213 or 1*942*5098.  Leave message. ��34cn  Serviced coiner lol. I jwer Gibsons.  Mtn I manna views. Pb: 736-0730  or 731*0968. ��33cn  Wesl Sechell. 3 yr old rancher. 3  bdrm. 2 bath, country kitchen,  large view lol. 885*2188 lv. message 885*7410. ��33cn  5 bdrm house with hardwood and  slate lloors throughout on pnvate  .6 acre in Roberts Creek.  $259,000. Call 885*2253. No  agents please. ss  New mobile home sites. Ikelon  Park al Roberts Creek. Common*  wealth homes, Chilliwack. BC. Call  collect 792*4678. i34w  3,300 sq tl. plus double garage.  2x6 constiuction. 3 yis. old. 5  bdrms., 3 baths. 3 FP's, partial  view. Gibsons. $279,000 886-  7738. ��36w  1/2 acre lot, 62 Lohn Road, oil  Redroolts. level treed. $65,000  lirm. 926-7735. #34w  2 bdrm. 4 yr. old. easy maintenance walking distance to all  amenities, in Sechelt. 886*9979 or  I34w  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suile,  West Sechelt, excellent investment, $145,000.885*5764.     ss  Colli Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical fruit trees, minutes to  beaches. $22,500. Owner 883*  2450. ss��35w  1 or 2 bdrm. bright and well maintained mobile on small pnvate lot in  Wesl Sechelt. $79,900. Call Ken  Shea-smith at NRS, 885*6277.  134*  ANDERSON REALTY  * R*acrt ttlon * Rtttrenwit  FREE  CATALOGUE  566(5 towne SI   Boa 1219  Saclatf. BC ��� VON 3AO  US-3J1I FHXM5-2SM  Van Toll Pm SS4-S01S  Lot I Uounlainview Dnve, partial  view lot. level and cleared in a  quiel cui-de-sac with all underground services. Pnvate panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. ss  VIEW t INVESTMENT! Move in  and start LIVING! BRIGHT open  plan, master with ensuite/walk-in.  Watch the ships trom new  sparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE! 1/2 acre Soames area.  $259,000.  S  Altordable 1/2 acre VIEW kit ��� sea.  islands, mins, U'G services.  $134,000. For details call LOIS  MILLINGTON, BELL REALTY  886*9206,926*7831 (24 hrs.).  #35*  DROP OFFYOUB  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  DEADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPUES  Francis Peninsula Place SHWil  MARINA PHARMA<:Y  Pender Harbour Centre 885 2HHH  In Halfmoon Bay  II* J STORE 8HV85S-,  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE HHS-MOO  IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886*2622  $$!$&*,  *^pj| ^M^^  The smiling MalT of the Robert! Creek General Store  will happily tike four chnified ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Places!  Build dream home on comer view  serviced lot, approximately  90x225. Gentle slope to watedront.  Lowry Lane/Bakerview, North Vancouver. 844*4328. ��33cn  Senior couple selling owner built  home. Two F/B, 2 woodstoves,  elec. plus heat, open ceiling, 2  bdrms., $85,000. Phone 883*9979  or 886-0767. ��35w  Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek. 2 acres  plus shakemill building. $160,000.  886*8651 or 886*2240.    ss��36w  Tet((es~  GARY WHITE  886-8107.1-351-4390  752 Hwy. 101. 50x268 lot. 3 bdrm.  older house. $165,000. 886*9049  ss  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating. 886*9764 or  ceW. #1*220*152 tins  Soames Pant. 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up. 2 bdrm suile. 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake rool.  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0061,351-7866 alter 8 pm.     ss  Gibsons large view townhouse. 2  bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace, garage,  including rental suite, otters over  $110,000 to owner, 886-0126.  I33w  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  1��  23  /TTn  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  IS  30  a  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  \IDEAi  Business Opportunities 3B  Campers  a  Child Care  37  Commercial tor Rent  32  j*********l''***f  Entertainment  33  WmWtmW  For Rent  31  flm^p  For Sale  21  ���"^J*  Found  11  .Obituaries ���  3  Free  16  Personal  ' 6  Furniture  20  Pets* Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Storage  39  34  Thank You  9  Home 4 Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  15  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  36  "Use Coast Connection"  M  |. David Callinglum would likr  ht invlta* yrni tn a .ill ht alKaii** my  Raul Estate Planning Service fair  allviHirnaaal*, Inffi-r  I'nafa-ssMaaTal Paiaairwl St-rvit-?  winking for yiKirba-at intr-vsts.  Call: Office SS5-0S0S  Hom.M3.S415  48' x 330* ol prime low bank watertront in Gibsons Haibour near Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be fixed up lor recreational or rental use. Properly zoned  Tourist Commercial (C-2) Double  garage plus storage shed.  $169,600. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070. ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnght. spacious layout, excellent condition, very dean,  newly painted - renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. tt. deck, fridge I stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call to  view. tins  Must be Moved  1980 Modular Home  24' x 32', 2 bdrm., bay  window. Sunlek c/w  appliances A lurnishings  $34,000 060  886*2913  "LEE"  Remember me? Mt. Washington,  spring time, tobegganing. hot tub?  Please respond. Box "H" Coast  News, Sechett. VON 3A0 Enn  13601  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship for short film  protect(s). Phone 865-2724.��34cn  Healthy middle-aged man enjoys  travel, hiking, dancing, quiet times  (N/S) would like to meet slim unattached lady 40 to 50 for possible  longtime relationship. RRI1, Site  11 C-7, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ��35w  SWM, 25, S/D, N/S, enjoy swimming, camping, lishing, motorcycles, wishes to meet lemale companion with same interests ��� photo  appreciated but not necessary.  Reply Box 400, c/o Coast New,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ���38*  Winter Club Gibions Giant Flea  Market, Sat. t Sun. Aug. 21122,  10* 4 pm dally. For HUM phona  885-7576. #33w  BRAVO DANCE ACADEMY  Instructor: iH Kirk, tap, jazz I ballet classes. Ages 4 ��� adult. Reg.  Sept. 2, Kinsmen Hall, 6 * 9 pm.  886-4946 or 886-4890 for info.  I35cn  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available day or evenings. Adults,  high school and elementary students. 686*8468. ��34w  Does someone in your family have  a dnnking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886*2565 or 885*7484.  nc  BOOT HILL RV PARK  Available immediately - 2 view  sites with lull hookups, cablevision  and phone service at sites.  $225/mo up to 30 leet. Vary Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 886*  9764 or 220-1526. tins  Christian band requires bassist -  serious commitment. Serious fun,  no beginners please. Call Gord  885-7165 or Grant 885-1925.��35w  T*  'Dominique s  School of'Dance  l:HHL��I.MH.IM.f*im  AUG. 30, 31* SEPT. 1  HOYAl ACAtXMY OF  DANCING METHOD ��� BAIIf I  886-2346  ATTENTION  WOMENS WORKSHOP SERIES  PART II  SEPT. 20 THRU NOV. 3  For information and registration:  call 885*2330 or 885*7170  Workshops are FREE  Childcare and Transportation  can be arranged.  I35cn  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship for short film  projed(s). Phone 885*2724.��34cn  Bptpnpi  FLYERS  for AU VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS |  <-**"��� 885-0244  6 DAYS *5 NIGHTS  CHUCK WAGON, HORSE BACK  RIDING TRIP  Starting at Medow Lake, linishing  up in Williams Lake. Two lishing  lakes. Travelling through the Iwo  biggest cattle ranges in BC. 10  miles of wild horse range, beautiful  scenery. 686*2205. ��4w  Joyitie bptoy  BaSCalfOII*  Regislmtl Massac iherifist  has rvturml 16 htrlmclia1  ul (iibsim DenialCenhw.  886*3120 For  Sunshine Coast Transition  House.  A sale place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 885*2944 tfn  IMRODIKINO  vnaiAccorricc cxtenaion  ���ee-is aM el_Uet mun e(_Utf  MlaaaalaMl a^mmJLmme.  mimi mum  nthPttperfox-HKlomlrtmf  tr-'n/ft!>*wjf-*g6I>pia��  etKldleepts^  /laiim*�� fcn*f iMMndbg  ...Art More..  SFJOAUZING IN SMALL  BUSINESSES... WE CAN CUSTOMIZE  OUt RATES TO PIT YOUI BUDGET  ASKFO��ANAPf<*INTMEOTFO��A  FIEE CONSULTATION TOPHI  721 Winn M.  [#wwy w4m9$ wmw Peel tfiK-ij  ������6-3320  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help,     nc  NEW TO GIBSONS  ?Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  ��� IVmunrnl & safr removal .>!  unwinlttl hair  ��� I atwt in annputm/cd thermtilvM-)  k Mi'iid methods  ��� GMipDaufltarylOmln.  introduction  ��� Certified F.ledMyRist  ��� livening appointments available  ��� Privacy of home bawd studio  For appointment call 686-7756  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  865-3917. tins  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Emironmont  Ftrtntty nWM  n/UCotoulof ,'//.  rh.tt��lrrbow  ...hdudlr. Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A  Bus. 885-29231  aM. Res. 885-5058  Baaumark 18 cu. It. retrirj.. almond,  $200. Excellent cond. 886-7002.  I35cn  ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 22 cu. tt. Kenmore freezer, 5 yrs.  ���  old, almond, $300.886*0070.��35w  I Three electric commercial grill top  Coita Rica 3 bdrm. house In ranges In vary good condition,  Tango Mar Beach 1 God Country $1000 each 080. Contact Dave at  Club. All amenities, $400M. 883* SI. Mary's Hospital. 885*2224,  2450. I37w local 60. Hn  $699 (. taxes) CHRISTMAS IN  Kenmore washer 8 dryer, $100  LONDON Travel by Dec. 11th.   both, harvest gold. 885-6030 alt.  Janet, English Bay Travel. 687*  4:30 pm. #33*  8785 or 922*1426. ��33cn    ____   **    , ���   Hitachi spin washer, good cond.,  $150,885*5070. ��33w  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his crall every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St..  Sechell. Weather permitting.��33cn  BOOTHILLRVPARK  Ready Soon! 10 more lully serviced RV sites - long term / short  term - ovemiters - tent campers ���  showers / laundry / hiking trails / 5  mins. to terry and 2 shopping centres. Book now ��� Top ol Cemetery/  Keith Rd. 886*9764 or 220*1526 or  8860971. tins  Wallet * dark blue eeiskin wallet in  Gibsons area, as long as one  month ago. Sue 886-2622.   tins  Beacon red vest lite jacket  between Rbts. Ck. and Coopers  Green Park on Hwy 101, July 26.  885-6280. ��33cn  Fiddle or violin, any condition.  Phone Dick Blakeman, 886*7656.  ���35cn  An experienced knitter to finish  beginners project. Please call 886-  7967 Anne Marie. I35w  Airtight woodslove certified lor use  in mobite home. 685*6070. ��35w  Used freezer, small, in good running cond. 8850545.        H35cn  Wanted to buy: Honda 70 Minitrail.  Any year. Phone 883*2435.l35cn  Ghetto-blaster, music box, anything that can play music, must  have tape deck. Please hurry ���  Johnny Horton is sitting idle and  Chuck is getting upset. Cheap $5$  or Iree. Call 886*7355, leave message, it's for a good cause,    tfn  Books! Frances Perry, World of  Flowers and any of Kay Green-  away. 885*1959 or 885*7044.  I35cn  Toys in good condition wanted lor  daycare, especially construction  toys, riding toys, play kitchen,  painting easel, outdoor play equipment. Lisa 686*2203.        ��34w  McClary almond washer A dryer,  $500 Sim. 885*4828. #33w  t keys/holder ��� foot ol Bay Rd. on  Hwy. 885-3908. ��33cn  12.Pets  .incl Livestock  Leftover or recycled building materials. 886*6165. ��34w  Hotwheels with redlines on tires  wanted by private collector. 685-  9306. tins  Housesitter wanted Oct. 1 -April 1.  Horseback riding, horse shoeing, Employed mature and reliable per*  horse trailer for rent, Western son only need to apply. Must have  lessons. 886*2205. #35cn,   rels. 886*7394. *f33w  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private lile drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886*2622  days. Arrnie. tins  WANTED Lab X Newfey puppy.  Call Martie 254-2128.       ��35w  DOG CROSS  ���functional Foods"  ��� Arthritis  * Allergits  ��� Sp*acralti��a  Trodahonal CnSMSS nffBd  formaalai far dou, tats A harm  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  ������6-9393  Very cute baby lop-eared rabbits,  $10. Jane 886*7610.        ��35cn  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving.  Certified trainer. 866-2854. ��36cn  Mollacan Cockatoo with papers, 2  yrs. old, hand trained, very affectionate and loves to be held. Cage  included, $2000 OBO. 885*0818.  t34w  EAGLE RIDGE  VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  next to Big Mac's Sechell  885-5158  Oars/oar locks, life belts. Call 886-  7355 Iv. mess. tins  Used building materials in good  cond. $ buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 865-6689. Recycle (  Save. tfn  Mature Mack male cal, neutered,  free lo good home. 885*7025.  ��33cn  Beautiful grey kitten with golden  eyes, male. Leslie or Dean 886-  8489. ��33w  Fridge needed lor drop-in at Kirkland Center. 8854691 Ken/or lve  message. I33cn  Shredded paper ��� all you can carry.  886-2664. ��33w  Heavy 12 1/2 It. libreglass boat;  fireplace insert, good cond. 886-  9227. ��33cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog S cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet foods. 886-  8568. tfn  Weaner pigs, ready to go early  September. 885-5466.      ��34*  P/B Pekingese X pups, $30. 885*  5564. ���*���*-��  Bass guitar and amp, $150 lirm.  886*2163. I34cn  Piano Tuning  my     . repairs  |Ak ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  885*7883,24 hour line. tfn  Expenenced piano teacher accepting enrolment for fall. Children or  adults. Phone 886-7896 all Aug.,  19. MS"  Expeiienced baas player required  for all orir>nal band. 883*2889.  I34w  Pianos for sale by pisno tuner.  DsMnd and tuned. 883-2329.  tm  GARAGE SALES  Conduct your garage sale the easy  way .. bring your items to the  Reform Party's Super Bargain  Bam 1 Flea Market now open in  Ihe old Stedmans building in  Sechelt. We will sell It for you and  you get 80 per cent ol the proceeds (some exceptions) or you  may rent a table by the day and  statf il yourself. Call 885*8824 for  details. ��35cn  Household goods, hobby material,  collectors, camping, garden,  books, Sat. I Sun., Aug. 21 4 22  and Aug. 28 $ 29,1*3pm, no early  birds. 1216 Paggk) Rd., Rbts. Ck.,  rain or shine. ��34w  Household contents, some old,  some new. Aug. 29,9 - 4,1501 B  Gower Point. Follow arrows. ��34w  308 Headlands, Gibsons, 10am,  Sat., Aug. 21. Cancelled if rainy.  Mtai  Sat, Aug. 21,10*2pm, 855 Ocean-  mount (off Shaw Rd., Gibsons).  Household Dana. i33w  The person who took stuffed toys  Retired watchmaker needed to Sx  Irom my parked car Aug. 4, please  wind-up watch. 8850368.  ��34w  return, no questions asked 886*       2251 or 886*7527 ��33w    Someone to make slip-covers lor  sola and chair. 8860435. ��34cn  Two couches, loveseat, one queen  size box spring and mattress, two  dressers. 666*4705.        13501  3 easy chairs: burl table lamp:  mahogany dining suite; regency  game table. 885*5518.      ��35w  Leather sola bed, $1200; leather  red., $400; coSee table, $200; teak  bdrm suite, $1800; oak antique  dining set, $500; pafio furniture,  $25; oak enter, unit, $500; chain  saw, $250; gas weedeater, $200.  885*0838 after 6 pm.       #35cn  Victorian style couch. Brown, exc.  cond. Make an offer. 885*7060.  ��33cn  Sofa hide-a-bed, recliner chair, like  new. 886*3878. ��33w  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper face and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  7307. ss  Matching antique style couch and  chair, $250.885-1957/885-3845.  ALL NEW QUALITY  PINE A OAK FURNITURE  8 piece bdrm. set, $695; 5 drawer  chest, $175; 7 drawer dresser S  minor, $375; 4 poster bed frame, 3  styles to choose from; TV armoire,  $295; all pine in a choice ol 4  colours. New queen size box  spring! mattress, $299.  OAK FURNITURE  Used furniture and misc. goods.  ���Comer Closet Castaways', Molly's  Lane, Gibsons. Now open Wed  Sim.t'il-4;30 886*6078 or'  4930.   "  York 7000 weight bench w/2 bars  and lots ot weights, $175 OBO.  665*4805 alter 5 pm.       ��35cn  Seasoned alder and maple lire-  wood, $75 p.u. load. 885-4805  alter 5 pm. I35cn  Wall unit, oak laminate, approx. 6 ft  high x 5 ft. wide. Asking $125.885*  8834. ��35cn  Arborite kitchen table w/extra leaf  and 4 padded swivel chairs, $185;  baby carriage, $35; Iwo swag  lamps, gold and black shades  w/glass baubles, $45 ea, as new.  885-4831. ��35cn  B.SA 7 mm mag. w/3x7 Bushnell  Remington mountain rifle. 7x57  w/2 t/2 power Bushnell R.C.B.S.  Reloading system w/2 sets of des.  Lyman case trimmer and case  tumbler. Bushnell 10x30 spotting  scope. FAC. required. 885-4650.  ��35cn  2 polished brass, 5 bulb vanity light  bars, decorator bulbs incl. as new,  $30 ea. 885*2695. I35cn  Antique wood burning cook stove.  $600,885*3506. SSl36cn  3 pee. chesterfield, loveseat. chair  set, 2 yrs old, excellent condition,  brown and cream tones w/oak ���  brass trim, $500 OBO. 885-8885  Sun.-Tues. or 663*1804 Wed.-Sat.  M5cn  New spa, 6 person, 7 jets, 2 massage jets, cedar skirting, f 1/2 hp,  spa pack, $3500.885*403/ J35cn  30' while com. clean range, $95; 2  air conditioner window units, $150:  used carpet, 8x10 gold, $25,8x13  rose/beige, $35. offers. 886*9649.  I35en  Sony, 1/2' VCR, 4 heads, $250,  call 886*2622 ask for Annie, tins  Ritchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionalre humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 886-2622. ask  for Annie. 11ns  Fisher airtight wood burning stove,  very etlicient, 885*7152. 1977  Dodge Maxi Van, low mileage, lop  condition, 885-7152.        S35cn  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top soil by Via Ian*  dam dump-truck load.  Langdata-BobartaCraak 1250  Roberta Cnak ��� Dnta Bay 1275  Davti Bay * Halfinoon Bay S2S5  Whits quantities tost Call W.D.  Excavating, MM784 or call, fl-  220-152*. DIM  Beige sectional sofa, three pieces,  very good condition, $400; Laser  128 Appieworks computer w/moni-  tor and Roland printer, programs  included, $400; York stereo with,  turntable, $50; Yamaha PSS-140  keyboard wilh drum pad, new  $150; like new single box spring S  mattress. $250. Call 886-3783.  ���34cn  ElectrrJux vacuum (brown S beige)  and Electrolux shampooer, both  complete with all attachments  including power head and side  kick, $250 lor both. 686-2960.  Like new bike, ridden once, men's  Norco Mountaineer, black/green,  $250,865*6096. I34cn  Dark pine queen size waterbed  with all accessories incl. 6 blt-in  drawers i matching bedside  tables. $325.886*2960.    I33cn  Drawing board 37 1/2' X 60',  board used approx. 2 months,  complete w/new (never used)  'Mutch' parallel motion dralting  machine, all on a lully adjustable  stand. Price $1500.883-2723.  f34w  Waterbed, single heater, $50; golf  set, beginners men's right comes  with $150 bag, 11 dubs all tor $99;  baby carrier backpack Outbound,  new tor $50.886*0065.     f33w  Kayak double, Nimbus Seafarer,  exc. cond. with spraysklrts. $2450;  Feathered paddle, $75; Mac SE2.5  MG ram ext. 40 MG HD with 40  MG lape B/U. 5 tapes, lax modem,  all Apple, $1795; cedar doghouse,  med. sized dog, $75; desk lamps Z  light, $25 ea. 885-2995.     ��35w  14' colour TV with remote control,  Sears, $125.685*5550.     ��35w  DAHLIAS GALORE!  Come and enjoy over 400 varieties  in bloom. Orders taken lor spring.  Cut llowers available. Open Tues*  Sat., 9am*6pm, top of Selma Park  Rd. Don S Monty Shinn. 885-9620.  ��36w  Reimont sewing machine w/cabi*  net and accessories, good cond.,  $150; Rockwell Beaver drill press,  $100; vinyl top metal table and  chairs, $80; work table w/drawers,  5 ft. X 3 ft. X 6 in., $100.865*7725.  I34w  Super Nintendo with . games,  $200; colour TV, $100; complete  aquarium, $75.886-9998.  ��34w  - "'��� I   i  Baby stroller for sale, exc. cond.,  $125.866-2602. (34w  Gill's mountain bike; car top shell;  alum. 6' ladder, $75 each. 885-  7634. I34w  BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL  Typewriter/WP rarely used. Smith  Corona SD660, portable elec. 7K  memory and spellright, includes  supplies and paper, $250 obo.  885*7866. I35w  14' Poulin chainsaw, newly reconditioned, carrying case, $100.885-  2866. 43301  Utility trailer, $350 obo. 886*4697.  I35w  One swivel chair, good cond., asking $40. Phone 686*8734. ��33w  Firewood for sale, price varies to  location and order. Get ready for  fall and winter and save mey. Also  dry seasoned maple. 686*4899  Dale. ��34w  Moving to England, must sell small  electric appliances, incl. 1 yr. old  Electrolux vaccum still under warranty; elec. blanket: toaster oven,  etc. Also double wide mobile  home, 13 yrs. old, musl be moved  otl property. 886*2513.      I34w  Cozy Comfort wood stove, $300.  685-2383.  12' oak rolling ladder c/w 50' track.  $350,885*2383.  Grandma's braided rug. 11 ft. oval,  grey t Hue, $100.885*2383.��33w  Baking, saing or fumfture isftnish* Firewood, $100 lull cord. Phone  ing traded lor hadga and shrub Mm 8860679, pisses tafc to my  trimming. 886*3242.        I36cn    electric secretary. f35cn  ts, New. never worn  sz., $700 matching head pee.  w/veil, $150, shoes sz. 7 Iree  w/dress. Debbie 686-2247. t33w  Bsttsflts Sales and Service. Ail  types lull nationwide warranty.  Best prices on the Coasl. 886-  7116. I33w  Technics 10' open reel RS 1500  US cuslom cabinet, 45 hrs. tape.  $800 OBO, can be seen at Sound  Advice in Teredo Squaie. 885-  6216. I33w  150 men's magazines, $25. 886-  9217. #33w  Kenmore portable dishwasher.  microwave, good cond., $100 ea.;  rocking arm chair I ottoman, $150.  686*9217. t33w  4 wicker beachcomber chairs, $20  ea.; 2 wicker bar stools, $25 ea.;  buttedlied wing stuffed chair, $50;  Ikea sofa bad, $65; wicker coffee  table, $50.886*7955.        ��33w  Remington model 700 BDL, left-  hand, 7 mm Rem. mag. with Bushnell 3x9 scope, $550 OBO. 885-  4890. M3w  Fresh salmon. Phona Tim 885-  4816. S33w  _i_2i_m  _^_^  ^_m_^_-_^_~_-l_CJ_m  ____________________________________  ���M Coast News, August 16, 1993  15  SUMMER SPECIALS  2x4 30< L/T 2x1 ,*5t L/f  2x41 ISC t/f 2x10 .MC L/F  plywood $ CM  FACTORY OVERRUNS*  ��� Exterior French Doors ��� Pair prehung dbl. glazed  $475.00  ��� 15 lite bevel Irpl. glazed  $295.00m.  ��� Interior french doors ��� your pick $99.00 ea.  ��� Metal clad exterior panel doors $50.00 ea.  ��� Prehanging services / materials available  ��� Over 100 double glazed aluminum and vinyl windows,  palio doors, skylights and garden windows in stock.  QUANTITIES LIMITED  SUMCO RECYCLED IUIUHNG MATERIALS LTD.  56S3 WHARF RD. SKHILT 115*1119.  Awning lor travel ttailer. 8x16, all  the hardware. Exc. cond. $500  OBO. 686*2342 or 1-220*5261.   Mta  MILLER WELDER/genaralor, gas  powered, 2 cyl. Onan, 200 amp,  AC/DC 110/220, elec. start $2,100  OBO or trade. 8854438.   ��33cn  Room divider office/home, oak  trim, beige tweed. 5 ft x 5 ft. $125.  886*9778. I33cn  Torn 16* mower. Used one season  $300. SMI scroller saw $50.886*  8061 f33cn  Dyna-Chek analyzer for tune-ups.  Ignition system, amp-voll-reg.A  dwell-tach taster on wheels. Perfect for mall shop or P/T mechanic. $250.885*2213.        I33cn  LOOITOUIMNI  NRTMJIANDUW  MUSfltVKIWIIl  COMiTOYOURntOHRTY  TO CUT YOUR NOI.  sss-oayo  79 Tornado parts, loaded, Ian  leather Int. Garage doors, steel  7x9, $250 incl. track. Table top  drafting table, adjustable. $30.  8864779. #33cn  6 wheel all terrain vehicle, one pair  traffic lights "/controller, stereo  cabinet, glass top A Iront. 883-  2122. f33cn  STRAWBERRIES U-PICK$1/ lb.  Pesticide free. Picking days: Wed  and Saturdays, 5873 Msson  Road. 885*3506. M5w  MOBILE HOHE FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted A renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge A stove  Included, washer A dryer optional.  Excellent localion, close to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call to  view tins  Ss��  m  SUNCO  Recycled Building Material}  French Doors/lnt.-Ext. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  Vim our I**** or cal  ���������-������������  5653 WhorfRd., Sechell  Recycle 1 Soy*  A40IM.SAT9am-.5pm  CELLULAR PHONE  Motorola 8000m like new, total 4  hrs. used on line, comes with  AC/auto fasl charger, one 20-hr.  battery, tig. lighter adapter, $425.  886-7472,9*5. tfn  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  urtnuut  Way,  Temp, power pole, 130 amp $115  amp, doubles, $150 OBO. 885-  0755. ��34w  Used railway ties, great lor retain*  ing walls. 8864204. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/reptacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bkm-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,666-9665. tins  Full size camper frig, stove healer,  $1500060.886-2108. ss  250 gal. fuel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886*2826. ss  CEDAR SHAKES (LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut 885*2138  or 866*5601. ft  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  ���84*5240.  ft  GOOD HAY  $4.M��alaDeilv<tad  Straw $S.0M>ale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Call Between IMfffl  HMJ57  1 WEEK ONLY!  HURRY FOR  THE BEST  SELECTION...  Mike Plimley  Centurion Auto  645 Wharf Rd. Sechelt  MHR. TOWING  IM-fMO  Parts lor most makes foreiji  domestic,! wheel drive,.  4 wheel drw�� some do drive.  Some parts Installation  available  &iT*  1978 5-speed, 2*door Toyota  Corolla, h*. 886*2431.     I34cn  1985 Honda Prelude, new muffler,  POWER SUN ROOP, runs wall.  $5,500080.883*9402.    f33cn  1966 Hyundai 4 dr 5 spd, sun rool,  90,000 km, immaculate. $2,950.  885*3591. f33cn  J.D.450B with winch w or w/o root  rake. 885*3506. SSt34w  Cat 955 track loader $9,000. 886*  7727. SS  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs soma work, $3000 OBO.  886*2546. SS  1966 Mustang 302 3 spd standard, very little rust, runs great, as  Is $1200 OBO. 885*4805 alter 5  pm. I35cn  1988 GMC Jimmy 4x4, loaded,  auto, black w/lsather Int., a/c,  AM/FM cassette, 160,000 hwy  kms, mint condition. Asking  $12,500.8854834. ��35cn  1983 Ford Escort L wagon, good  cond., $1250. Call eves. 885-  3675. #35w  1965 Grand Marquis, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes, air. cond., 4 dr.,  new exhaust system In '92, $4500  obo. 883*2054 eves.        ��35w  1991 Ford Explorer - Eddie Bauer,  fully loaded, leather and disc  player, low miles. Phone 865*  3281.DU.5936.  73 VW beetle, new paint, carpet,  carb, luel pump $1,050. Toyota  parts for sale also. 8868309 alt. 6  pm. I33cn  '91 Voyageur, V-6, 7 pass. New  cond. 28,000 km. Stereo, cruise,  Wl, aulo., alrbag. No GST. Asking  $15,500,886*7757. ��33cn  1979 Mercedes Benz 280E, Euro  model, axe. cond. throughout. Asking $11,800.886*6365.     ��33cn  '91 Limine AP6 loaded. $16,500  OBO. 683*9418 or 983*4392.  f33cn  '76 Mercedes 300 diesel, 4 dr,  auto., PW, PS, PB, sunrool, low  kms. Good cond. $5,500 OBO.  8858346. I33cn  '85 LTD, 4 dr, great shape inside A  out. 2nd owner. Local car. $3,000  OBO. 885*3360 by 9 pm.  I33cn  1983 Datsun 2B0SX, California  import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-raoi, tinted glass, gold A  black, exc. cond., $4300. 886-  0576.  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.866*7150.  ss  75 Lincoln Continental, runs well,  any reasonable otter considered.  885*7718 M3w  '76 Volvo 245 DL wagon, running  cond., $500 OBO. 886*4557.133*  74 Volkswagen Westlalia, new  shocks biakes, engine exc. cond.,  needs tranny work, $1000 OBO.  8864490. ��33w  1969 Ford Festive 2 dr hatchback.  Cassette, low miles. UyWi  $3,995.885*3261. DLS5936  '83 Turismo, rebuilt engine, great  gas mileage, $850.866*2547.  ���34w  '90 Chev Celebrity Erosport  wagon. Loaded, V6, air, cruise, tilt,  PW/PDL, 32,000 kms, $12,000  OBO or trade for supercab P/U.  880*3231. I34w  118 Sprint, 2 dr, white. Runs great.  $2,800 OBO. 886*2031 days, ss  1965 Olds, 8 pass, wagon, loaded,  307 C.I.D., 36,000 orig. miles,  $4995.885-4716. ��35w  1987 Toyota 4x4, new tires,  brakes, clutch, chrome mags, 6*  inch lift. $9,500.8854906. M5cn  1987 Chevette 2 dr, 5 spd hatchback, reliable, $1200.885-3670.  ssMocn  Classic '69 bug, ragtop, runs  great, restoration candidate,  $5500060.8864364.     ��35cn  1964 Coil, AM/FM cassette, perlect mechanically, body nice.  $1200.865*7535. ss��35cn  77 Toyota Corolla U drive away,  $75.8854624. ��34w  Good deal! 1966 Pontiac Sunburst  4 cyl., 4 dr., 5 spd., stereo, new  brakes, muffler, super mileage,  only $2000.685*3251 eves. ��34w  1961 Camaro, 305 C1 auto., tilt,  stereo, new paint, battery, tires,  exhaust, brakes, absolutely beautilul, runs excellent, $2000 lirm.  Serious enquiries only. 885*3251  eves. #34w  Camaro Z28 owners!! Now selling,  complete drive train, 350,4 bolt  main, Borgwarner, super T10  trans, GM 10 boll. Rear w/new  posi-clutch pak. Whole system  completely rebuilt, less than 500  miles. Too much stuff to list. Serious enquiries only $2500 firm.  Must be seen! 8854251 eves.  I34w  1989 Ford Taurus. Air, power  windows, power locks, automatic,  V6, 1 owner. $19,991 S8.995.  8654281. DL��5936  79 Horizon, 4 dr., std., new dutch,  tires. Recent front end wk., dean,  needs paint, $700 OBO. 886-  2620. ss#34  81 VW Jena 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $3500 OBO. 866-7969. ss  '86 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass.,  summer t winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond., $7000 OBO. 6864960  1990 Ford Aerostar. All wheel  drive, 7 passenger, tully loaded.  8854281. DLS5936  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  80,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 OBO. 885-  3917. tins  1968 Ford Bronco II 4x4. V6,  aulomalic. cassette. $9995. 885-  3261. DLH5936  1990 Honda CRXsi, blsck on  Hack, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean Inside A out, $10,000 060.  886-7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond.. 35,000  kms, $15,000 OBO. 8864623. SS  79 Ford stn. wsgon, V6 auto.,  good running cond., $475. 686-  9372. SS  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 863*2512. SS  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885*7167 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900080.8864648 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 SS  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  863-9234. ss  1993 Ford Escort LX 5dr hatchback, aulomalic. air conditioned.  813,008 $11,995. 885*3281.  DLI5936  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886*7520 or 886*2111. SS  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond., $3995. 686*7150 or  686-8213. SS  iNdtil-W  M&fc,  ..f-tA  m  m  1967 Crown Victoria LTD. Loaded  $8,995.685-3281. DL��5936  1991 GMC Tracker 4x4, red  w/white top.30,000 original miles.  885*326) 811.088. $9,995  DLH5936  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 886*  8032. ss  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shttl kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $2,950  6654097. ss  '84 Honda Accord, sunrool, 5 sp..  new tires. Runs good. $1,900  OBO. 6854054. ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950060.886*3464. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., exc. lor pans,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  886*2622. this  '88 Cavalier Z24. V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 OBO.  886*7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  1964 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable 4 strong $5,100. Call Joel  Una  '67 GMC 3/4 ton van, auto, p/s,  pfU. $6.900.685*7291.     M5cn  1982 GMC S15, V6 4 spd, good  condition, $1750 OBO. 885*7576  alter 5 pm. I35cn  '86 Toyota cargo van. High  mileage, good cond. $3200. 886*  7781. ��35cn  75 Dodge one ton, 316,4 spd,  new clutch, good running cond.  $2500 or trade for car ol equal  value. 8864969. *35cn  1964 F150 4X4.400 cuin. straight  6, $4000.8854856. ��33w  1985 Ford 1 ton 460, propane,  lactory butt car carrier, 20 It. deck.  8854903. 133*  1977 Dalsun long box, exc. cond,  needs a good home, $895 080,  or Irade lor small sailboat. 885-  0767*      933*  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 060.886-7648.  ss  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr.. 4X4 end extras,  25,000 kms. Dave 8864678.   ss#34  'Wrecking '63 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 883*9590 eves.  I35cn  1976 Ford F-250, 360 ci, auto,  PS, PB, great lor hauling wood.  $300.8864546 alter 6pm or 886-  6755 Derek. tins  ���91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyl, 5  sp, 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  866*9500. SSI35*  74 Dodge van. runs good, slightly  camperized, $600 OBO. Arthur  865*9659. I34w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  865*7518. ss  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball {tints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 865-  1949. ss  1987 SIS 2W0 Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable oilers.  886*7800. SS  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 in exc.  cond. 886*7774 or 8864027.  SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 666-3005 8am*  5pm. tfn  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.8864001.  ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8864204. ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.6864301 ss  1960 3/4 ton GMC 4X4,350 standard, mechanically sound, $2500  OBO. 886*4899. ��34w  1992 Dodge Dakota 4X4 extended  cab, 21,000 kms. $14,500 obo.  883-2863. ��35w  1960 Chev van, 305, insl. panel,  $950. Jay 883*9158.       ��4cn  1986 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chairs, sola bed.  Loaded. Only 77,000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000.886*2342  orcellll-220-5261. ss  1973 GMC camper special, runs  good. Ph. alter 5 pm 885*3876.  I33cn  '85 Nissan H/D long box P/U. 5  spd. Locking canopy. AM/FM  cass. 50.000 kms. One owner. PB.  PS, tilt, good tires ideal lor  tradesman. No GST. Asking  $4,000. 686*7757. Economical  camper avail, to fit. I33cn  I960 Ford F350 Tradesman van.  V-8, auto. Runs great. $1,000  080.886*9127 (eves).    I33cn  '92 Dodge Dakota ext. cab. sport.  Magnum V6,5 spd. White. 18,000  km. $14,000 OBO. 685*2476.  t33cn  79 3/4 F250 Ford and 8.6 It.  camper, good cond, $3000 060.  883-9113. I33w  1977 Dodge 1/2 ton, propane  power, box liner, canopy, $750  060.883*9770. 134*  1983 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic, $2600.685-5623 alt. 6.  ssl35w  1989 Ford XLT lariat Supercab, 4  whl. dr, 3/4 ton, air cond, cruise  control, 50,000 kms., $17,500.  885*5002. I34w  SfCWU MIME  mnn in.  caMiiRiuiwrm  M.C.M.M.C.   MN.A.H.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  Yamaha 650 LX Waverunner jet  ski. Good cond. $4500 OBO. 686-  7531. M5cn  28 It. Bayliner cabin cruiser 10 It.  beam, lully equipped boat at  Secret Cove Marina, $15,000 obo.  922*1690. ��35w  Two Chrysler 318 inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuilding, $1000; other is in line  running condition, $2000. For  details call Buccaneer Marina.  865*7888. tin  12 ft. aluminum boat, boat trailer,  7.9 hp motor, $1400 OBO. Eves.  8664302. I34cn  Brand new never used 12 It. alum,  boal Mirror Craft (resorter) Merc  motor 1979 7 1/2 HP. Exc. cond,  $2000 lirm. Call alt. 5pm 886-  0580. I35w  17'Double  Eagle  125 Volvo F.W.C. 290  with power trim & tilt.  Very clean, new trailer  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechalt, BC  885-4141  13' Boler trailer, Iridge A stove,  $1600 080.685*1943.     I35cn  74 VW van camper, exc. cond,  $3850000.885*3917.        tins  1969*29lt. Wilderness by Fleetwood trailer. Top of the line.  Oueen island bed, microwave, AC  stereo system, large tndge A much  more, $13,500 OBO. 886*3885.  #35w  '93 ��� 23 It. Winnebago, class A,  sleeps 4, avail. Sept. Approx.  $700 a week Call between 61  6pm. 6864212. ��35w  14 ft. trailer, stove, toilet, sink,  good cond, $900.685-9996J34W  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886*9025. SS  30' Kustom Koach trailer. Must be  seen. 961 Cemetery Rd. Reduced  to $13,000 Irom $15,500. Musl  sell. 8864693. I35cn  8 ft. camper, 3 burner and oven,  lurnace, sleeps 4, $1000 OBO.  Evenings 886*2265.        ��35cn  9.5 It. camper. 3-way fridge, stove  with oven, sleeps 4, shower, good  cond, $2500 obo. 885*0532.��35w  Awning for travel trailer 8x16. All  the hardware. Exc. cond. $500  OBO. 886*2342 or 1*220*5261.  13301  76 Terry 25' sleeps 8, lactory double Ins. power pac, 4 pc. bath,  compl, contained. Immac. condition, less than 1,000 road miles.  $7600 OBO. 8664910. Can be  viewed at Uptown Motel, Gibsons.  #34*  VANTASTIC DEAL! 1990 Dodge  Ram, 6 pass, window van. Exc.  cond, ideal lor the baseball or  hockey team. Must sell, offers or  takeover remainder of lease OAC.  686*7623. M3w  1976 LaSalle Travel Trailer. 26 It.  iridge, stove, air cond, til lurnace.  $2,900,885-9306. tins  For rent: 13 fl Boler travel trailer,  $200 weekly plus $250 d/d. 885-  5307. (33w  1964 6 tt. Okanagan camper lor  import, lully equipped, mint condition, $4250.886*3885.       134*  Frontier camper 8 1/2 ft, stove,  Iridge, lurnace, good cond.,  $2200.885-5002. 134*  1966 GMC 2500 and lully equip,  camper, both in vety good cond,  $7900, wat spit. 885*2942. 134*  Near new 12 It. Starcratt aluminum  boat and older trailer, $850 OBO.  8654385. I34w  20 hp Suzuki outboard motor,  Longshalt, $1000 or trade lor outboard under 10 hp, Longshalt.  885-3417. ��34cn  16 tt. Silverline w/50 HP Merc,  ready to go lishing, $3000 OBO.  863*2174 aft. 6pm. 134*  16 II. Frontiersman fibreglass  canoe, $400.886-9346.     134*  33 ft. Classic cruiser, new diesel,  hot A cold water, sleeps four, live*  a-board. 874*2213. *34w  19921 or Nissan inflatable, aluminum floor, 8 HP Nissan motor,  lifejackets, running lights, galvanized trailer, beach wheels, wheel  separate, $2500.886*3885. ��34w  DAY SAILORS A  FAMILY ADVENTURERS  18' Devidson sailboat, fine condition, freshly painted bottom, white  w/Mue, 6 hp outboaid, safe, easy  sail from cockpit, boat lor small  investment, $3,295.6854797.  ��34cn  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  COTTRELL'S  MARINE SERVICE  24' Sea Ray C/B,  rebuilt 454 Mercruiser, 25 hours,  TR leg. Fresh water  cooled, new Merc  alternator & starter,  new carb, new  ICOMIC-M120  VHF radio, new  X25 Lorantz  sounder,  new Norcold  (ridge, new electric  head, completely  refit, stainless rails,  teak hatches & trim,  pressurized fresh  water, many other  extras,  for QUICK SALE  at $25,000.  MK<%  jjjffmf^O___-,  1051 Sumhlne Cooil Hwy,  Gibions 186*3005  19 It. Campion HT, 115 Merc. 06,  head, sounder, bait tank, radio,  etc. Read Runner trailer,  $9500.885*2157. ��33w  21 tt. f/g sailboat, Mercury outboard, head, sink, sleeps 4. A nice  My weekender, $4000.883*2015.  #33*  Mum _._*_���_. -\  r  HBKLv  u*' ***  IP***-*-?'- '  IH' Ch.trJdei Cruiser ��� Command  bridge, head, galley sleeps lour,  c/w dingy, surveyed 1992 at  $26,000 asking $18,000 Phone  Art: 185-3372.  23 ft. Star Classic sailboat, totally  restored and lined. Red A yellow  cedar on oak Irames. 3 sails, new  poit-a-pottl, stove A sink, alum,  mast, stainless rigging, 8 HP  Yamaha, anchor gear etc. Must be  seen, $9995 OBO. 863*2248.  I34w  14 It aluminum pontoon boat  w/motor A controls. $1,500. 883-  2122. ��33cn  Jet Sky trailer 1991 Highliner tandem. Galvanized. $500.886*4616  alt. 7 pm. ��33cn  1956 Classic Monk McQueen, 34  ft, cabin cruiser. Sleeps 6, lully sell  contained, reasonable $12,500 or  more. On Sunshine Coast. 1*540-  9530. ��33cn  20 hp Johnson $675. Brass propeller 23 RH 25 $150.885*2213.  ��33cn  1975 18.5 ft Double Eagle H.T.  repowered 1986, new 140 hp  Volvo 1.0. Approx 150 hrs. $5,000  spent in '93 refurbishing A survey.  $8,675. Trade OK. 8854031.  I33cn  20' Houston  Glasscraft  Hardtop  V6 OMC 800 Drive  F.W.C. Good condition  $9500.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  16 tt libreglass runabout, 65 hp  motor, trailer, excellent condilion,  $2100.883-2990 mornings,    ss  14 ft. FG sailboat and trailer, 3  sails, liteiackei, boat cover, $500.  663-2075. ��33w  28 tt. Unifly libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new caipets, electronic  fish finder, lots of extras. George  6864139. SS  12 It. til-hull fibreglass boat, complete with 10 HP, $650.886-3699.  ���34*  Handyman's special -15 1/2 ft.  KJC runabout, $400, no motor.  886-2736. I34w  20 ft. Double Eagle 302 Waukesha, FWC, Volvo leg, VHF, CB,  compass, sounder, $10,500.  Cabin 13. Egmont Maiina. ��34w  16 tt. Martin Bowrlder 60 HP  Mariner, 6 HP aux. w/trailer, lull  canvas winter tarp, fish finder,  down rigger. 885*7917.     133*  17 ft. Hourston Glasscraft w/90 HP  Johnston and trailer, new soft top,  steering and control cables, $2800  OBO. 8854890. 133*  Laser located In Secrel Cove.  Sails and hull in excellent condition. 1*965*6606. *33*  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,685-2503. ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 686*  7255. ss  16 ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 686*9224    ���  ss  18 it. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle   I  trailer, $3600.883*2297.       ss  24 It. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, need propane I  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.8834253.  ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600.886-  3490,1*977*7349 toll-free pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, $1700. 866-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-tree pager, ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885*5278.  tin  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9*20*30-40-50*70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellenl condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883*2456.      tin  New 131/2 It. Glasply runabout on 19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  trailer, lilted tarp, upholstered Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  seats. 865*7687. ��33w    Bold, $3500.886*3457. ss  33 ft. diesel cruiser, live-aboard,  excellent condilion, $16,000. ��33w  Windsurfer Hy Fly Nova $600  197e um mm home ���  OBOefl6"3K3' "   S.C.M.H.P.,3bdmi���w/dincl.ask*  8 fl. Sabol style wood rowboat.  E��c. cond, $250.885*9230.133*  ing $27,500 OBO. Home: 886-  8458 work: 886*7124.       I33w  '92 B ft. Horizon w/oars. New  $2500. Asking $1000 OBO. 886*  0769. 13501  19.5' Silveriine Cuddy, 188 Mercury motor A outdrive, good condition, $7500.885*0621.     ��35cn  when you  pay for L2 insertions  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either lhe Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 cents  lor each additional word.  Free: Lost, Found & Free  Sure Self Classifieds  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew if  by classified deadline ��� Not available fot commmcial advitnimi  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUESDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  ^���M  ���dan  ��  -*������ 16  Coast News, August 16,  1993  For sale by owner 14x70 tt mobile  home located in beautilul Big  Maple Trailer Park. Contains 2 lge  bdrms, 2 lull baths, pantry, new  carpon. S, F, W, D. Bright space _  very dean. $45,000. To view, call  885*5929. ��33cn  '7714x68, stove. Iridge, W/D, musl  be moved, $23,500.886-7013. ss  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must nave own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, car  boat etc.  Call collect  597-3322 tin  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents Irom $2357mo.  For into, call  597*3322  tin  1962 Yamaha 650 turbo, vary  good cond. 885*9512. ss  '89 Suzuki 500E. Light, excellent  handling sport bike, immac. cond.,  low kms. New comp. tires, $2500.  885*7395. ��33w  10x56 W/8x12 addition. 2 bdrms.  Airtight wood stove, small air conditioner, newly painted. 4 appl.  dder deep Ireeze A storage shed,  localed in Madeira Park nr. shopping cenlre 1 school. Pad renl  $200 Asking $13,000 883-9082.  ��33cn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnghl, spacious layout, excellent condition, veiy dean,  newly painled A renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, while walls.  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge A slove  included, washer - dryer optional.  Excellent kxation, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122, 1416  Nodh Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686*8095. $39,900. Call to  view. this  3 bdrm., fridge, stove, pad rent  $200. $13,000.885*4666.   t34w  Landscape! seeks 2 or 3 bedroom  home. Roberts Creek / Gibsons.  885-5634 alter 6. ��34cn  Recently retired teacher needs  roomy basement suite in Lower  Gibsons area. Must be near bus  route and shopping. Will sign  lease, availability date flexible. 1-  968-2748 collect or 886*8366.  134*  Single, employed male, smoker, no  pets, with rets, seeks 1 bdrm.  suile, preferably lumished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gibsons suite OK too. Reply to Box  393, c/o Coast News, Box 460.  Gibsons. BC VON 1V0.        tins  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, pnvate lite drawing dasses.  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable 886  9665.Anme. tins  Seeking rental or lease-to-pur-  chase, large home on acreage  Irom Gibsons-Secret Cove area.  941-9960. ��3w  Mature student needs quiet  snareuV independent suite. NS/NP.  near college. Lisa 886*9329 or  926*4976. ��34w  1 bdrm apt., Lower Gibaona. New  kitchen and bathroom. Quiet,  secure, walk to all amenities, fully  carpeted, laundry. $590 A $640.  886-3420. I35cn  2 bdrm upper level of houaa. Hardwood doors, l/p, newly painted,  deck with outstanding view, washer A dryer. 534 Sargeant Rd. Gibsons. $725 plus 1/2 util. Stave i*  255*9924. I35cn  3 bdrm duplex, 4 appl. Avail. Sept.  t.S850/mo. Call Neil 8860269.  I35cn  New 2 bdrm. basement suite, own  private entrance and deck, great  view ol Howe Sound, first 1/2 month's rent tree, N/S, N/P, rels. req.  886*7490.    _._____]..   ��35w  3 bdrm. furnished or unfurnished,  Robens Creek, 10 month lease,  $1200.  3 bdrm. lumished watedront, Wesl  Sechell. Sepl. 15-Apni 30. $700  3 bdrm. upper duplex Gibsons  3 bdrm. partly lumished Langdale,  $650.  3 bdrm. Davis Bay, $600  2 bdrm. lumished Tuwanek. Sept.  15. $500.  Sussex Realty Property I  mart, Dave Austin 8A5-3285. ttn  Bnght 1 bdrm. ground level suite in  quiel newer home, upper Gibsons,  semi-turn, or untum., N/S, no pets,  $500 Inds utils. cable. 686*3954  aft. 5pm. 135*  t rm bachelor suitew/kitchen etc..  in triplex, Marine Dr., Gibsons,  $260.883*7136 or B57-1458.S35*  Perfect lor couple. Charming 2  bdrm., 2 baths house lor renl on  Seavew Rd. in Gibsons. Very private with ocean view and Ig.  deck.Avail. lor possession Sept.,  $750/mo. Please phone 965*2564  or lax 9850562. ��35w  GEORGIA MIRAGE  One year old adull condo (min. age  40). Top floor, end unit, 2 bdrm, 2  bath, l/p, 2 sundecks, 7 appl.,  enclosed garage, pitch A putt golf,  clubhouse. Short walk to mall.  Beautiful ocean A mtn. view. No  pets. $875/mo. 686*3824. I35cn  Gibsons, avail, immediately, 3  bdrm, view, large bright kitchen,  covered sundeck, large rec room  downstairs. Close to nice beach, 5  min. to Cedar Grove School.  $90CVmo. Long term prelerred, n/s.  rets reqU 886-3575.        13501  'f.ii.ii.    me,    a    *a.f  One bdm basemenl suite in newer  house in Bonniebrook. Short walk  to beach. $500 includes utilities.  Avail. Sept. 1.886*3575.   ��5cn  Davis Bay. new executive rancher.  2 bdrm* den, 5appi, large pnvate  lot. No pets. $900.885-4862.13501  Clean, solid. 2 ��� 3 bedroom hone.  Avail, in Sept. in Langdale. 291*  7330. I35cn  Cozy and quaint. 1 bdrm cottage at Avail, immed. redecorated large 3      Granthams. View, close to terry, bdrm duplex, Robeits Creek. Must  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  FunVunlum. $575/mo. 886*6689. have references. $800. Leave  offers. 88frfl622. ss 1350, message 886*7975.        #35cn  750 Virago, $1800 OBO. 886-  2964. ��34cn  1978 50 cc Cimatti scooter, dean.  $100 as is. Arthur 885*9859.134*  HUNTERS: 1990 Honda 350 4  Trax, low hours. Home built low  behind cart. $4500.886*9047.  ��34cn  1966 Honda 4 iracs 125. Like new.  2 wheel drive. Reverse. $2,100.  886*9770. ��3cn  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ni->;-��.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3.500.8864616 att. 7 pm.    ss  1962 Yamaha V-lwin 750 extras,  excellent shape, 15,000 kms.  $1800.885*5405. SS432*  I  1986 CR60, $450 OBO; 1983  *  Maxim65t>$800 OBO. 886-2322.  SSt34  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886*7722 leave message,    tins  GSXR 750, low kms.. exc. cond,  $6000 886*7484 ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.686-4746. ss  TO SHARE / SUBLET Constant  traveller wishes to share 1 bdrm  lurnished apartment next lo West  Van Library. Fantastic view. Ferry  bus slops at back door. Messages  885*6096. 13401  House share available, Sept. to  June. W. Sechell. Suit prolessional  n/s, Rels req'd. 885-3506. ��35cn  Clean, quiel room, cenler ol  Sechell. 885-9543. ��5cn  Modern 2 bdrm house on waterlront acreage w/panoramic vie*.  Near Secrel Cove. 5 appl rvs, n/p,  adull oriented. $600/mo. 663-242:.  #35cn  Hopkins Ldg, 3 bdrm available  Sept. thru June. $700/mo. 886-  7297. ��35cn  Avail Sept. 1. Porpoise Bay,  Sechell, one bdrm lower suite, 2  appl, shared w/d. $550 ��� util. N/P  N/S. Refs. req'd. 865*2159 after 6  pm or leave message.      >35oi  Avail. Sept. 1, Pprpglse Bay,  I Sjjcjjelt, -Aa* un*-| bdrm, spacious main lloor ol house, lge  deck, fireplace, l/s, shared washer  A dryer. N/P N/S. Refs req'd. $750  ��� util. 865-2159 after 6 pm or leave  message. ��35cn  Hopkins, tai Sept. 1,3 bdrm. It.  lower level, full bathroom, sep.  laundry room, lge living room, 2  entrances. $700. Shared hydro.  886*6483. ��35cn  Gibsons, avail, immediately 3  bdrm., view, large bright kitchen,  covered sundeck, large rae room  downstairs. Close to nice beach, 5  min. to Cedar Grova school.  $900/mo. long term preferred, NS,  refs. raq. 886*3575. I34w  1 bdtm. basement suite In newer  house In Bonniebrook Short walk  lo beech, avail. Sept. I, $500 inds.  uHs, B86-3575. 134*  2 bdm. condo Sacral Cove, Avail,  immed, $700/mo. 8854831 JM*  2 bdrm. condo Sacral Cove, Avail.  Sapt.1,$650lmo.685-3831.��34w  Lower Gibsons - one person to  share bright, dean, 3 bdrm. view  home with two other amicable persons. N/S, no pets, $350 ��� utils.  886*7266. I34w  Granthams Landing, 2 bdrm.  watedront cottage, furnished, elec.  heat, avail. Sept. 15 to June 30.  $600/mo. 931 -7854 lv. mess .134*  1 bdrm. view basement suite in  Granthams Landing, $450. Russ  866-0248. 134*  Avail, immed., bachelor suite,  newly renovated, has separate  patio, inds cable, heat and laundry privileges. Walking distance to  all amenities. $350. Call to view  6860004 or 964*9591 ask lor  Darta. ��34w  Oceanside ocean view 2 bdrm.  apt. Davis Bay, $600/mo. ���> utils.  Avail, immed. 885*5918 or 792-  8731 alt. 6 pm. I34w  Upper Gibsons, two 1 bdrm. suites.  886*3107. ��34w  Ne* 2 level townhouse, Ebbtide  St., Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1, 2  bdrm., 2 1/2 bath, FP, single  garage, NS/NP, $800/mo. 665-  4421. ��34w  68' trailer, 2 bdrm, 2 balh, adult  park, N/P, $700/mo. Call alt. 7 pm  885-9715. ��34w  2 level home in Sechelt village. 3  bdrm, 3 bath, D/W, W/D, pnvate  backyard, Sept. 1.885-3630.��34w  Gibsons 1 bdrm. suite avail. Sept.  1, also semi-lurnished bachelor  suite avail, immed. 886-2202 or  886*0054. #35*  Lg. immac. 2 bdrm, 2 bath near  school, 4 appis, children welcome,  Sept. 1, $800.886*8206.    ��35w  Watedront 2 bdrm. house, Gower  Point area, Sept. 1-June 30,  $550Vmo. 885*7119. 135*  Large 3 bdrm. duplex in Gibsons  avail. Sept. 1, close to schools,  shopping, 21/2 baths, 6 appis, no  pets, refs. req. $8O0/mo. 885*9540.  134*  Watedront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay,  fridge, stove, elec. heat, laundry,  N/S, avail. Sept. 1. $400/mo. +  damage deposit. 8834446. ��34*  New 1 bdrm. view suits, single  mataAemale, utils. kid, avail. Sept.  1, $650.886-4608 or 8680048.  I34w  Hopkins Ldg. execulive waterfront  house, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, avail.  Sept. 1, N/S, no pets, rels. 886-  8919. I34w  2 bdrm house, Hopkins Landing,  Sepl -June. $600/mo. Rels. reqd.  I34cn  2 bdrm. good area, lor Sept. 1,  $460 866*7400. ��34cn  2 bdrm watedront home, n/s n/p,  $700. Avail. Sept. to June. Rels  reqd. 8860422. 13401  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500,886*70)8. tin  Davis Bay. large t bdrm suite.  Avail, immed. $47S/rno. 8854862.  ���3401  New 3 bdrm. 4 appl. Seek long  term family with good rels,  $69<ymo. 885*5092,1*228-8343.  134*  1 bdrm. suite, lower Gibeona, great  view, close to all amenities, avail.  Sept. I. SSOOAno. Call 866-7630.  134*  Avail. Sept. 1,3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3  yr. old home, $875:2 bdrm, 2 bath  almost new townhse, $800. Both  ind. 4 appl. Gibsons. 8868206.  ���33*  Central Gibsons, 1200 sq. It.,  $450.1-248-3776. ttn  Bright new one bedroom avail,  immed. $500 neg. 6860448.  ���33cn  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio A  skylight. Utilities not ind. $55tVmlh.  886*7018. tfn  WATERFRONT GIBSONS  New 1 bdrm A 2 bdrm, lumished  houses, avail, immediately. $700 A  $850.1*737*2136 or 886*9518.  ���3301  Cozy bsmt. suite for single, $250.  886*7400. ��35*  Large 4 bdrm., 2 1/2 bath on  acreage, W. Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1,  $9O07mo. 885*5919 or 5200102.  ���35*  3 bdrm w/study, 2 blocks to ferry. 5  appl's, laige deck w/view. F.P. gardener. New carpet A painl etc.  $850. 886*9272 or page 1*976*  1164. ���3301  2 bdrm. house with loll In  Redroolls, $800/mo. Rels req.  685-4452. ��33w  Ideal tor lamily. Roberts Creek,  new 3 bdrm, 5 appis, easy access  to lishing, goll, beach, no pats,  NTS. Asking $1300/mo. 8650126.  ���33*  Avail, immed, bay area Gibsons, 2  bdrm. upper ot house, new carpet,  paint, fireplace, lg. covered deck,  nice yard, $595 ��� 1/2 utils. 886*  8526. ��34w  Large immaculate 1 bdrm. suite  with own garden, dose to beach,  10 minutes from ferry, $550 ind.  ulils washer A dryer.Non-smoker  only with no pets, please. 886-  2407. ��34w  4 bdim. 2 1/2 baths, 5 appis, lire-  place, woodslove, dbl. carport and  sundeck. Avail. Sept. 1, rels req.  Francis Peninsula, Pender Harbour. 883*9040. tin  Gibsons, sell-contained 2 bdrm.  home, N/S, garage, central healing  induded, $650.886-4773. I34w  Sleeping rooms in private home for  quiet working people. Rets req.  886-4688. ��34w  Central Gibsons, three bedroom  apt indudes heal, $650 per month.  Lower Road, Roberts Creek, lower  lloor of house, one bedroom. $400  plus utilities.  Roberts Creek low bank Watedront  property, two bedrooms, $1,200  per month.  Two bedroom side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hoi water,  $525.  Spacious three bedroom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sept. 1. $1,250.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. It. warehouse and olfice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm expensively lumished or unfurnished, ocean  Iront condo. Ail appis, fireplace,  rec. facility, adult complex.  $1000/mo. Long term lease desirable. Call Andrea 885*4111. (33w  2 bdrm. waterfront apl. In Secret  Cove, avail. Sept. 1. Rels req.,  $550 + utils. Please call 885*9368.  ���34*  Roberts Creek, 2 bdrm. home on  acreage w/lovely garden, creek.  Full facilities. $700/mo. Ellen 922-  9749. Furnished cottage near  creek on acreage, suite 1 or 2 persons, $425/mo. Bill 922-8007.  ���34*  Gibsons, 1 bdrm, FP, skylight,  great view of harbour and mins,  $500 plus. Also 3 bdrm, 2 bath,  FP, sundeck, $850 plus. Arthur  885*9859. 134*  2 bdrm. apts. Inlet Ave, 5 appl,  balconies, security. Avail. Sept. 1.  $675/mo. 865*9417 days.   ��33w  Fully lurnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  trom Gibsons Yachl Club A Marina. 886*3343. ttn  5 bdrm.house  near ferry...$1300 p/m  2 bdrm. townhouae,  central...$775 p/m  2 bdrm. duplex,  view.. .$900 p/m  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  Distinctive top quality townhome,  great Sechelt location. Brand new,  spadous. 2 bdrm w/ensuites, gas  f/place, private patio, 5 appl's,  garage, N/P, N/S. $780.942*3654.  ���3301  2 bdrm house, big yard, private  $650 month. 683*2126.     ��33cn  i3Sl]  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANO YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEaVSPAPEflS  ASSOOATON  These ads appear In mora than 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora than 3 million readers.   To place an ad In this paper, call 866*2622   320  $225  lor 25  (4.00 each additional word  AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. for  cars and Irucks. Complete  rebuilds varth new parts. 6Yr/  120,000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down-Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. ��� 8 p.m. 7  Days. 872-0641.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Guaranteed Rebuilds.  ��� Cyl from $995. ��� V8 trom  $1,095.6yr. 120,000 Km limited warranty. 580* 1050 on-  800*665*3570. 12345*114  Ave. Surrey. BCAA Approved.  F-250,4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucka. Up to $1500. cash  rebate. '0' down O.A.C.  Payments from (189/month.  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Garden level, 4  appis., walking distance to all  amenities, avail, immed. $675 kid.  heat A hydro. 2985215.    ��33w  Large 3 bdrm bsmt view heme,,  Gibsons area. New carpets, freshly,  painted. Very nice, long term,  $1000/mo. Avail, immed.  Clean 2 bdrm mobile with view,  Sandy Hook. $600/mo long term.  Avail. Immed.  3 bdim. view, sauna, Selma Paik,  avail, immed, $900/mo.  Immac. 2 bdrm. townhouse, view,  Sechelt, avail. Sept. i.$800/mo.  2 bdrm. 4 appl, walking distance  to Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1, $850/mo.  t bdrm. lumished, view apart. Jolly  Roger, $600/mo.  NRS Sechalt Property  MMHQMMflt MMON  tin  Deluxe new 2 bdrm. basement  suite with great vie* ol Howe  Sound. Private entrance and deck,  5 mins. to ferry, N/S, rels. req,  avail. Sept. 1.866*7490     ��33w  Small trailer, suitable lor 1 adult,  Cedars Trailer Court. 6850313.  133*  3 bdim. watedront with backyard,  Gun Boat Bay, $750 lease. 1-732-  8745. ��33*  30X90 WORKSHOP  Close to Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  that may be rented in half or lull.  Use for storage, small business,  or? 885*4490. tin  Gibsons Landing  ProfBHlotnl Bldg,  mWa~M,(mm-~-,B.C.  Furn. office and conference  room with oceanview for rent  on a daily basis. Located near  marina and post office. Full  eecretarial and admin  services available. For Info  call Bav at SSS-3320 or  Lanka at ��4140��$ tana).  LOWER GIBSONS  Office, heat/light incl, $175. 886-  2586. (33*  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up lo 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886*2663 days, 686*9075  eves. tin  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 865-  2752 or 885-9863. tin  Industrial workshop avail, immed,  Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit, $475/mo.  921*6751. Itn  Roberls Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815.".   ��� ;..��-. Um  Volunteers nsedsd * A publicity  assistant is needed lor the Storytelling Festival approx. 4 hrs. per  wk.' Fall lair society needs volunteers to help coordinate exhibits'  The Salvation Army needs a driver  to pick up lurniture trom donors.  Truck end gas is provided.' Maritime History Society needs help  with a lifeboat restoration. For  these and more opportunities call  the Volunteer and Inlormation  Centre at 885*5881. M3*  Part time yard worker, Roberts  Creek area, $6.50 cash. 6654414  eves.      M4w  STYLIST WANTED for busy well  established hair salon. Call Denise  8860916. "33*  A mature, responsible bookkeeper  to assume eccounting S reception  duties lor local small business. Box  1282, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0J35*  Turn over a new leal...become a  Totally Tropical Sales Consultant  and stari earning full-time income  while working pad-time hours. Sell  a producl that sells itself. Call  Joyce lor more details at (604)  465*5775 (cdled). ��33w  Guaranteed income by mail! We'll  show you how. Send $2.00 and  self-addressed stamped envelope  to B.C.I. M07-1225 E. Sunset Dr,  Bellingham.WA. 98226.    ��34w  Vancouver Sun requires 2 adults  with own vehicle lor home delivery  in the following areas: 1. Browning  Rd./Davis Bay/Sechelt. 2.  Sechell/Garden Bay. Please phone  390*2067. ��34w  Travel Consultant  A growing travel agency requires  an experienced consultant. Must  be a 'team player.' Please send  resume to P.O. Box 369, Gibsons,  BC VON IVO. tfn  Pari time bakery helper needed.  Bakery, cake decorating, experience needed. Duties will include  donul frying, packaging, customer  service and cake decorating. Apply  in person at SuperValu bakery,  Thurs. t Fri, Aug. 5 A 6. 9am*  1pm. tin  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. CaH for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74. tfn  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel is now hiring p/t housecleaning stall, p/t  morning and evening serving stall.  Apply in person w/resume. No  phone calls please.        ��35cn  Faller needed to remove trees on  lot. 886-3062 or 273-7068. 135*  Automotive detailer tor general,  new S used cleanup t detailing.  Exp. required. One lull time and  one pari time position avail. Contact Jim or Brad, South Coast  Ford. 885*3281. ��35cn  Part time art instructors required,  training provided. Call 8860782.  ���34*  C.D.A. 10 work Saturdays and  relief Call Dr. Dan Kingsbury. 886-  4535. ��34*  New China Kitchen is now hiring  waitersMtresses. Please apply in  person with resume. tin  Required immed, experienced  cook/chef, salary negotiable, also  secretary/from desk person and  weekend housekeeper, part time  dishwasher. Apply in person Lord  Jim's Resort Hotel. *33w  General labourers, roof repair, window washing, yard care, rubbish  removal. Seniors 10% dlaopunl.  Iree estimates. Call Gramw MM  886*9694.       ,rf   ,,,���_f__%$,;  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICES  Experienced, reliable, reasonable.  Lawns, beds, hedges, cleanup.  Rob 685*3232. ��35cn  Grounds maintenance. Windows.  Dump runs. Man/men available,  casual or regular basis. Call 666-  3622. ��34cn  COASTAL CONSTRUCTION  Framing ��� Finishing ��� Renovations ���  Plumbing - Repairs. Call Cliff 886-  0784. ��35w  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  *S-C~^Custom framing  II  'Decks I t,j  (   -Stairs  L~-*0  ){ ��� Wood Siding    'W)  883-9775  TIRED???  of your old drafly single pane windows?? Enjoy the QUIET and  COMFORT ot NEW VINYL  FRAMED DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS!! Member BBB. CALL  NOW 4300365; cell 671-9774. '  ���33w  Time for a Change!  Effective Thursday, August 12,  our new classified ad deadline  will be Thursdays at 5 p.m.  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline  on Thursdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in the  "Too Late to Classify"  categoiy until the  following issue.  _______________  -���*-*'-���  a-^tllta Coast News, August 16, 1993  17  l^ffi VERSATILE  lI^J^RACTORCo  * Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  + Motorized screen  for topsoil  * Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  John Harrison  886*4859  BE SECURE! Steel security bars.  Fixed or removable styles. Custom  made. Call 1*977*3457 toll Iree.  ���35cn  WORD  PROCESSING  * Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  Shirlo* House Cleaning. We aim  to meet your needs. 88646)4.   133*  Window washing. Equipment provided. Free estimates. Call 886-  382* Mtai  Carpet and lino installation and  repaiis. 885*0191. I33w  Renovations .Sundecks  Carports ���lasements  ��� more  Guaranteed prices  A workmanship  JOI IM-92S7  Quality Woodwork  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look al all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht MM372. 133*  Licensed electrician tor new house  wiring, home renovations, repairs  to electrical appliances and receptacles. No job too small! Call 885-  4202. ��35w  K.W- ARCA.M)  885-0230  Outbuildings / Additions / Flenova-  tons / Repair rot and insect damage. 885-3070. ��35w  Need your grass cut or rubbish  removed? Call C.N.L. yard cleanup, very reasonable rates. 686-  4536. ��33*  |7fe SfUUU S/Uti*lilU\  WHEELER  ELECTRIC  RESIDENTIAL &  COMMERCIAL  886*3700  Col.328*6927  SUNSHINE COAST  ENGINEERING LTD  Custom home designs and drawings. Professional engineers  reports, commercial designs. Project Management. 886-4743J33*  KELLY'S  ��� Sep* tank (aaaping  ��� FMttMt Sottas i*  ��� Bat rales on the  Sumhlne cart  ph. U6-2M2  ealM0SJ61any1fcm  I'M VOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solarium, No job too small. Bill at  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977*  6502. tin  Have mowers, will travel. Brush-  cutting, waadsatlng, ate. 885-  0737. tin  DOWN TO  EARTH  OardmlngSwvlett  We specialize in  working with people  Kathryn Mutsells  885-3458  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free eslimates. 685*2109.  tfn  Rico Decks and Docks Construction and Repair. Free estimales  883*91)04,883*2450,        ��33*  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. Relerences  available. 886*3463. ths  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free eslimates. Tom Seely 683-  2978. ft!  Clean homes _ support for senior  and/or disabled adults and/or families. Bonded, supervised employees. Established non-profit organization. Pay privately - no referrals  necessary. Phone Sunshine Coast  Home Support Society 885*5144.  134*  Sundeck specialist. For your custom deck and a no obligation in-  home estimate call The Woodsman" al 925*9021. ��34w  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  Vou namt Ul  All projects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVISG  THE COAST  FOR IS YEARS  The Kinderstop licenced daycare  in Halfmoon Bay will be taking fan  registration throughout the month  ot Aug. This daycare service is  only for children enrolled in Under-  garden. Please call 885-0845 or  885-3739 for further into.   ��36w  PLAYMATES DAYCARE  Licensed lamily daycare on  Chaster Road. Now accepting  applications lor September.  Yvonne 886-4643. M3w  Morningtown Family Daycare  opening in September! Fun stimulating activities and outings in a  warm caring environment. (Will be  licensed) Lisa 886-2203.    ��34w  Looking for reliable, responsible  mature person to care for my 2  girls ��� 8 mos. and 5 yrs. in my  home. Must have own transportation. 3 days a week. 8850227 alt.  6pm. ��33*  Child care avail. Sept. I, mom of 2  will take 2 more. Ages 3 and over.  Full time, lots of activities and outside play. 686*9203. ��33w  Babysitter required, 2 children,  Mon.-Thurs., 6:30*2:30, refs req.  865-4816. ��3w  Childcare available my home.  Reasonable rates, refs. avail. 886-  7490. ��33cn  John Stephens and Colleen Year-  ley are thrilled to announce the  arrival of their son Chase Cadman  Stephens, born July 6, 1993,  weighing 9 pounds, 1 ounce.  Proud grandparents are Jackie  and Al Bennett ol Sechett; BUI and  Joanne Yearley ol Crotlon: Joan  Stephens ol New Westminster;  Chsrtes Stephens ol Mstsqui.  Great-grandparents are Stuart and  Betty Stephens ol California; June  and Jack Wood of Wilson Creek;  Terry and Frank Yearley of Langley. Chase is excitedly welcomed  by all of his girl cousins. A boy at  last! says the aunties and uncles.  Many thanks to Brian Myhill-Jones  and June Niven lor a sale and  speedy delivery. ���33cn  Know Thyself! Your lite is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by  Dometria. For queries and appointments 8650261. ��35*  Found  A budgie, en Stockwell Rd.,  Sechelt. 885*2751. ��33w  A car key on Cowrie St., Aug. 12.  Pick up at Coast News, Sechelt.  Pats A Livestock  Fresh homegrown turkeys for sale,  12*18 lbs., dressed, $2.25/lb. 886*  8915. *35w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE      Garage Sales  Spaces avail. 18 mos - school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, with  trained staff. 866*3913.     ��37w  PROFESSIONAL HOUSE SITTER Sechelt ��� mature, non-smoking, writer (former nurse), impeccable, extensive references. 1 ���  986*5124. 134*  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  - Pruning - Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial A Residential  8860180 Iv. mess.  tfn  Light hauling, yard and basement  clean-ups. Seniors discount.  Norm, 866-9503. ��34cn  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpats ��� Upbolsteiy  POWARJl TRUCK*  MOUNTED EQUPMENT  BESIPOSSBIERESULIS  JUST ASK AROUND  HOBBY HORSE DAYCARE  Licensed family facility. Space for  2*5 year olds beginning Aug. 23.  Call Joanne 886*9130, Marilynn  886*2336. ��33w  F/T or P/T or before 1 altar  school csre in my home. Will drop  olf and pick up al Cedar Grove  School. 886*9203. #34*  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Applications now being taken lor  spaces available for newly  Licenced Family Daycare in September. Urge, bright facility will be  well equipped, with mature, well-  experienced staff. Open 6:00 am  to 6:30 pm to meet the needs of  working commuters. Phone 886-  7648. 134*  38. Business  Opportunities  No work on the Sunshine Coast?  j Buy yourself a job. Excellent  established retail business in Gibsons. Ask lor Ken 686*2277 or  David 886*3254. ��35cn  Sat., 1*4pm, Sun., 10-4pm, Aug.  21 I 22. 5431 Carnaby PI., W.  Sechelt. ��33*  Furniture  French Provincial dble. bed, Irame  - headboard; large dresser A mirror; chest of drawers, $100. 885-  3741 aft. 6. ��33cn  For Sale  886-3823  ���,-*������ -*,..���..  Window waahing. Equipment provided. Free Estimates. Call 686-  3822. ���34cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates,  Iree estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 865*9576     tin  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean-up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, friendly service. 885-  9694,326-1811 cell.        ��33cn  25 years exp. in land development  and house construction can save  you money. Cat 416 backhoe ���  reasonable rates. Free consultation. Call Bruce 6850621. ��33*  Experienced carpenter, lorms,  Iraming A linishing. Free estimates. Call Drew 865-4557 ��33cn  Quality painting, gardening and  general labour. Call Steve 885-  3276. I33w  Are you single, overworked t need  your home cleaned, shopping  done, mending {work clothes). For  more info. 685*5862.        ��33w  Nurse-aid seeks work. Home support, gardening, companionship.  Susan. 886-4282. I35cn  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 666*9257  #38*  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. ftns  Former flight attendant, w/comput*  er skills, seeking employment.  Available immediately lor positions  ol bookkeeper, driver, child care  provider or housework. 8850198.  133*  Color Your  World  is seeking an aggressive  lunds-on owner/opcratnr  lo purchase ihe currently  operating dealership  in Gihsons.  Inveslmenl from  $60,000 - $70,000  CONTACT I'S TODAY!  Bob Skinner  Color Vour World Corp.  I nit -7WIO Vwitage way  Delta, B<: . V40 IHI  Telephone:  (604) 940-0433  Flying Dutchman dinghy, $2300;  Papasan chair, $60; Ikea music  table, $30; fireplace accessories,  $60; table, 4 chairs, $100; gas barbecue, $75; ping-pong table, $40.  885*7837. ��35w  HELP Reduce garbage in the  landfill. Set up your own worm  composting system with RED  WIGGLERS. 885*7882.     ��35w  Shop comp. 5 HP 60 gal. c/w reg.  2 Brad nailers, 3 soil hoses,  sander grinder, paint sprayer, Roy-  obi thickness planer, Royobi radial  annsa* handsaw, table saw, Fisher wood stove, shop vac. 883-  2071. ��35w  MOVING-need to sell: 3 pc. sola  chair I loveseat, blue grey floral,  $600 obo; 4 It. oak linish  microwave stand, $80; hand  carved Asian chess set w/wooden  fable, $60; 50s style chrartw table  J leaf,,$20;'2 tables,'fpctagon,  $20 ea.; computer desk, oak finish  hutch, good cond.. $150: matching  oak finish roller work lable,' $60;  china cabinet, $40; monitor  monocrome Datatrain V242A. $40;  microwave door piexy broke, $25.  Will pay lor smaller microwave.  8860657. ��35w  Caribbu antlers, matched set.  $500.866-2260. ��35w  High Tech Giant goes public.  World wide consumer electronics  manufacturer offers pad time and  tull time. Unlimited international  business opportunity. Free busi*   CampereA RVs  ness training. 689-1005    *33cn  Pegasus deluxe walker, unused,  excellent condition, $200 obo. 886-  7386. ��35w  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 885*2228.  sst35w  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSOVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  1975 GMC 350 camper van, A-1  condition, no rust, $3600. 885-  3995. 435*  Motorcycles  1978 KZ 650, red, no battery,  $500.666*6657. 135*  Marina  151/2 ft. Glasscraft W/20HP John  son A trailer, $1350.886*3113.  ��35w  For Rant  Drop oH your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Tha Coaat News  In Sechalt  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT-GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechell: 885*6422  Cm Stit ftCitmafemtmt  Looking for childcare, my home or  yours, near Davis Bay Elementary.  For 3 and year old and 6 year old,  'alter school, Mon.-Fri. Please call  985-5322. ��35cn  The Haltmoon Bay Child Care  Centre is now accepting tall registration throughout the month of  Aug. lor children aged IB mos. ��� 5  years. Registration for aged 6 to  12 years will take place at the Halfmoon Bay Childcare Cenlre on Friday, Aug. 27, Mon. Aug. 30 and  Friday, Sept. 10 from 1 pm until 5  pm. Please call 885*3739 lor further information.  The O.O.F. Summer Fun program  win finish on Tues. Aug. 31 and the  Kinderdub, and out-ol-school programs will stan up again on Monday, Sept. 13 136*  40. Too Lale To  ClaTSSlfy  Tillicum Bay Estates, avail. Sepl.  15, brand new waterlront home,  sandy beach, 3 bdrm.. 2 bath,  appl.. lease, $950/mo. plus utils.  Call 1*266-3419. 135*  2 bdrm. apart., adults, middle  Sechelt. 885*9067. ��35*  2 bdrm., 2 bath mobile in adull  park, 5 appis.. N/P, $600/mo. 88b-  9715. 135*  Sechelt * 1 bdrm. w/FP. quiet. N/S.  $525 plus utils. 885-4672 or 1 -434*  3061. 135*  Waterfront Davis Bay. small 2  bdrm. lumished home. N/S, N/P,  rels. req. Avail. Sepl. 1 to June  30/94, $550/mo. 685-5072 or 988-  5079. 135*  Business I Home Services  Will do your small business bookkeeping In my home. 885*9561.  ���35*  PRUNING ��� European trained gardener. Refs. avail., tully insured.  665-9030. ��35w  St. Jude Novena. May the Sacred  Head ol Jesus be adored, glorified  and preserved throughout the  world now and forever. Sacred  Heart ot Jesus pray for us. St.  Jude, worker ol miracles, pray tor  us. St. Jude, helper ot the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9  times a day tor 9 days, then publish and your prayer will be  answored. It has never been  known to tail. 13301  NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT  TO THE WAREHOUSEMAN'S  LIEN ACT - Notice is hereby given  that the storage lot held by Len  Wray's Trsnsler Ltd., Box 186,  1052 Highway 101, Gibsons. B.C.  in the name of Ace Healing will be  sold al a public sale lot debts outstanding and cost ol sale wilhin 30  days of the second appearance of  this notice at a localion desgnaUKi  by Len Wray's Transfer Ltd. ��33*  38. Business 138   Business  Opportunities Opportunities  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Cathy's  Car Care  &  Zippy lube  Car conditioning and lube operation  in heart of Sechelt has good growth  potential, excellent family business.  For enquiries,  phone owner,  885-6450  PUBLIC NOTICE  Transport Canada (Canadian Coast Guard)  hereby gives notice that as a condition of the  approval process under the Navigable Waters  Protection Act and pursuant to the lederal  Environmental Assessment and Review Process  Guidelines Order (SOR/84-467) that It has  completed an environmental screening of the Port  Stalashen Joint Venture (Marina Proposal).  On the basis of the inlormation obtained,  Transport Canada (Canadian Coast Guard) has  reached the decision that the potentially adverse  environmental effects that may be caused by the  proposal are unacceptable, in which case the  proposal shall either be modified and  subsequently rescreened or be abandoned.  Background information leading to this decision is  available for viewing at the following locations:  Canadian Coast Guard  Marine Navigation Services  Suite 1080 - 800 Burrard Street  Vancouver, B.C.  Sechelt Public Library  5520 Trail Avenue  Sechelt, B.C.  For further information contact:  Brian Balfe  Navigable Waters Protection Officer  Canadian Coast Guard  Suite 620 - BOO Burrard Street  Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z 2JB  INVITATION FOR TENDER  HOWE SOUND LOG SECURITY PATROL  COUNCIL OF FOREST INDUSTRIES  COAST FOREST SECTOR  Sealed lenders lor the provision of log boom security In Howe  Sound and vicinity *i be received until Stt) p.m. on August 25,  1993 by Ihe Manager, Security, for the Council ol Forest  Industries.  DUTIES  This contract is lo provide a marine leg security patrol in the Howe  Sound area. Duties will Include minor boom repairs, identification  of salvaged logs and the gathering and presentation of criminal  evidence lor use in a court of law.  EQUIPMENT  The successful bidder will be required to provide s vessel capable  of travel in all reasonable weather conditions. The vessel will be  capable ot operating al a minimum of 20 knots.  GENERAL  The bid is on a per hour basis for 120 houis per month. Persona  submitting bids will be asked to supply inlormation concerning  bondabity, physical ability to perform the work required and the  equipment to be used.  The COFl Coast Forest Sector reserves the right to refuse any or  all tenders offered.  For further inlormation, please contact:  Mr. A.J. Johnston  Manager, Security  COUNCIL OF FOREST INDUSTRIES  COAST FOREST SECTOR  1200-555 Burrard Street  Vancouver, B.C. V7X1S7  Telephone: 684*0211  Fax:687-4930  -   ���  British Columbia's ���  Children's Hospital  Putting smiles back where they belong.  ��  Town of Gibsons  Invitation  to Tondor  The Town ol Gibsons is inviting lenders for the  conversion ol the existing pedestrian signal at Shaw  Road and Highway 101 to fully actuated traffic  signal.  This contract will be carried out under the direction  of Ihe District Electrical Manager, Ministry of  Transportation and Highways.  The tender documents ond drawings may be picked  up at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall upon  receipt of a $50 cash deposit. The deposit is  refundable upon return of documents in good  condition.  emmmmW9trM PI#*M# M#f#t  All information received in response to this invitation  to tender, including Ihe lender documents become the  property of the Town of Gibsons and, after the closing  dale, at the sole and absolute discretion of Ihe Town  of Gibsons, will be opened in public and examined  by any member of lhe public.  ���The lowest nor any tender nel  iMCessarily accepted.  CImhig Datei  Sealed tenders marked "1993 Shaw Road Traffic  Signal" musl be received at the Town of Gibsons  Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher, P.O. Box 340,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO, not later than 4:00 p.m.  Local Time, Friday, September 3, 1993.  Wilbert Fair    SUPERINTENDENT OF PUflUC WORKS   Notice Board Jfr  Ongoing events musl he updated monthly  Wc reserve lhe righl lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer tn non-profit events  nl genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to lhe event.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 19  Gibson* Rotary Club meeting, 6:30 pm,  Gibsons Yacht Club (bar open about 6:10  pm). Program: Business aspects ot  MacBlo's west Sechelt Development.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 20  Gibsons Outreach annual general  meeting, 7:30 pm, Gussy's Restaurant.  Registered members only  Friend��� of Ceren general meeting, 7:30  pm. Pender Harbour Lions Park Hall.  Into: 683-2807.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 21  Sunshine Coaat Arts Centra: reception  lor Mona Hamill, artisl of the exhibition  Dreamligers/Landscapes All welcome.  Refreshments served.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 22  C.A.M.E.O. Singlet Club 10 year  reunion, 2 pm, Roberts Creek picnic sile  (corner of Flume & Beach) Potluck  dinner served al 5 pm. All past members  please attend. BYOB For more info, call  885-5883 or 885-9968.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 27  Sunshine Coaat Advocacy Action  Group meeting, 7 pm. S.C. Unemployed  Action Centre (above Midnight Market,  1st door to the left) lo discuss a  submission to Employment Standards  Review. Anyone interested may attend  Especially interested in hearing from  domestic workers re work experiences  and trom hairdressers re provisions for  (���raining and apprenticeship 886*2425  SATURDAY, AUGUST 21  Sunshine Coaat Arts Council 3rd  annual Art Auction, Senior Citizens Hall,  Sechalt Originals and prints, carvings,  pottery and more by local artists  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3  Award-Winning Acoustic Guitarist Don  Roaa, Roberts Creek Hall. Opening set  by Dan A Candwen and special guests.  Doors open 7 30 pm.  MISCELLANEOUS  Sunahlne Coaal Arte Contra: Mona  Hamtll's Dreamtigers. figurative and  landscape paintings of exploratory form  and monumental scale. Aug. 17-Sept. 12,  10am-4 pm, Tues-Sat, 1-4 pm, Sun.  Summsr Choral Camp for Children:  Aug. 16-20. Ages 7-14 9 am-noon  Offered through Westwind School of  Music, Davis Bay. 885-2460,  Etphlnatono Plonaar Museum A  Gibaona Food Bank: For the entire  month ot August, a percentage ot the  evening dessert sales at the Hillside  Family Restaurant (Seaview Plaza,  Qibsons) will   be   donated   to   the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum and  Gibsons Food Bank. A delicious  opportunity (or you to aid Iwo non-profit  societies. 886-8232.  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park Visitor  Programs: Thursdays, 7:30 pm: What to  do if you're lost in the forest and how to  avoid getting lost in the first place.  Fridays, 2 pm: Discovering which  animals live in the forest. Fridays, 8 pm:  Legends Around the Campfire A making  musical instruments. Please bring a lawn  chair Sundays, 7 pm: Learning about our  native flora. 35  Ths Go Toon Centre is located at  Brothers Park, next to the baseball fields  We are open Thurs 4-8, Fri. 4-g,  Sat. noon-10 pm and Sun. 1-5. For more  info call 886-0496 during these hours. 35  Elphinstone Pioneer Musoum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Office,  Gibsons. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour: 886-  8232  Pender Harbour Aquatic A Fitness  Contra. The centre is closed 'til Sept, 11.  Parent-Tot Drop-In A Summer  Adventures '13: the Parent-Tot Drop-In  in Sechelt A Wilson Creek is closed and  will re-open the first week of October,  Info: Karen Scott, 886-8646 or  Community Services, 885-5881.  4th Annual Savo tho Strait Marathon,  Aug 20-22, expects to attract hundreds ot  participants to cross Georgia Sirait under  human power For an information package, to register as a participant, an escort  boat, sponsor or to VOLUNTEER, call  Marathon Coordinator Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741-0094. FAX 753-2567 or write  Save Georgia Strait Alliance, #201, 195  Commercial St, Nanaimo, B C V9H 5G5.  Summsr Spa: Aquaclze classes  Tuesdays A Thursdays, 10:30*11:30 am.  Step classes Wednesday 10:30*11:30  am. Spa Brunch A Shiatzu are alao avail*  able at Lord Jim's, Info: 665-7036. 35  Eiporlenco Experiments: 4th annual  exhibition at Hunter Gallery in Gibsons.  Experimental works in pottery and paint*  ing by artists Linda Dixon and Anno  Gurney. Aug. 7-28.  Free Backyard Pool Safety Tour: volunteers from the Canadian Red Cross will  visit your home to assess the safety of  your pool. For free appointment, call  Debbie Malheny, 431 -4200. 35  Child Health Clinks: in Gibsons Aug, 17,  24 & 31. In Sechell Aug. 18,25  Tuberculin Skin Tooting * Travellers  Clinic in Gibsons, Aug. 16, 23 & 30.  Travellers Clinic only Aug. IS & 26. In  Sechelt Aug, 16,23 A 30. Travellers Clinic  only Aug. 18 & 25.  Soxuolly Transmitted Dlsoaao Clinic:  Phono for appointment in Gibsons 886-  5600, Sechelt 685-5164.  Prenatal Classes: Next Lata Class  Series commences Aug. 17, 24 A 31, 7-9  pm, Socholt Health Cenlre and Soot. 21,  26 A Oct. 5, Gibsons Health Contra. To  register, call 886-5600 (Gibsons) or 885-  5164 (Socholt). Register oarly ��� classes (HI  up quickly.  Single A Pregnant? Call the Health Unit -  866-5600.  Hospital Tour: phone St. Mary'a Hospital  switchboard, 685-2224.  Parent A Baby Drop-In: meet other parents A discuss common concerns.  Tuesdays, 1:15-3:30 pm, 494 S, Fletcher  Gibsons and Wednesdays, 1-3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, Sechelt.  School Entry Booster Clinics: a booster dose of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis is important for children entering  school. Gibsons, 886*5600 Sechelt, 885-  5164.  Breeet Self-Exam Clinic: second  Monday of each month, 7*9 pm, Oiboona  Health Centre. Enquiries please call  Denise Olsen (midwife), 886-8847  MONDAYS  S.C. Brossffoodlng Support Group  monthly meetings for anyone with questions/concerns or just lo meet new moms*  Into: Laurie, 886-7900 or Roxanne, 886-  3230 35  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Group  meeta every olher Tuesday. Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm Info 885*5661  or 666-8369  THURSDAYS  3C's Weight Loss Support Group  meets aftemoona 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-  2692, and evenings 6:30-8;00pm. call  866*7159, at the Unitod Church,  Glassford Rd, Gibsons  SATURDAYS  Qlbsons A District Public Library  Children's Summer Reading Club, to am,  through Aug. 14. Aug. 14: Closing Party!  Fun, games, refreshments, more prize  winners!  OM Growth Tours of the Caren Range  throughout July, August A September.  Meet al Wildlife Rehab Centre, Trout  Lake Road, Halfmoon Bay, 11 am to car-  pool 4x4a or Irucks or to catch a ranted  van. For more info: Friends of Caren,  685-2396 (mess.).  St. Alden Clooe Proposed Seniors  Housing Community open houss 10:30  am-12:30 pm, St. Aldan's Hall, 1164  Roberts Creek Rd. 35  FREE ��� FREE- FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE  <-*?  &v  DIRECT DISPOSAL  provld.** FRU eorvlce to  non-profit community ovonts  SERVING  THE   SUNSHINE   COAST   ���    PHONE   NORM   ll(r  mktktm  aetmmam 18  Coast News, August 16, 1993  news  Funding critical to  program success  In the crook of an ancient cedar, a marbled murrelet reposes In a nest recently round In the Caren Range.  John Field photo  Forest Service vows to 'accommodate' nests  from page I  Terminal Forest Products unveiled last  week plans to preserve 550 hectares of the  ancient forest.  The Friends of Caren, a group of people  working to preserve the entire forest, say  because 100 years of logging has removed  ail but 1.8 per cent of old growth from the  Sechelt Peninsula, Ihe remaining three  square miles, where trees have grown as old  as 1,700 years, should be preserved - if not  for the murrelets, then at least as one of  Canada's oldest forests.  "We do have evidence the numbers of  marbled murrelet are increasing as logging  pressure decreases in the area," said FOC  president Paul Jones. "We hope the find  leads to an absolute moratorium on logging  in the Caren Range." If not, FOC say they  will stage blockades and protests, "far bigger  than the Clayoquot has seen."  Significance of the find is being downplayed by the Coast Forest Service. "It  means nothing new to us," said forest  resource officer Barry Miller.  "It's no surprise, although we do want to  verify the find." Miller said depending on  findings, the Forest Service could adjust the  area's management plan to account for the  rare bird. "We will accommodate the nests  and accommodate their habitat," he said.  But Terminal, which plans to cut about  1,800 truckloads of Caren old growth over  the next five years, says it needs the timber.  And to say the area should be saved for birds  when so many depend on wood from the forest, "would be detrimental for the people of  this province," said Bob Fisher, Terminal's  interim forest manager. "Somewhere along  the line we have to decide if we want a forest industry."  Environmentalists, he said, "come up  with some pretty weird stuff sometimes,"  citing recent logging battles in the US where  the endangered spotted owl has been found  as an example.  There, any area known to have an endangered species is immediately deemed off-  limits to logging.  And somewhere, added Fisher, "we have  to decide what is more important."  from page 1  They will refer clients to  sources appropriate to their  needs. On a longer-term basis, a  community-based program is  also available to victims of  spousal assault, child sexual  assault, and adult survivors of  sexual assault.  With this program, clients  can come in off the street and  make inquiries before becoming  involved with formal process.  Petrescu, working with a  volunteer staff of six, is under  enormous pressure to service the  Coast, she says. Volunteers,  required to work only four hours  per week, put in as many as 40  hours per month.  Petrescu herself, the only  paid staff-member, is recognized  for 30 hours but accumulates  between 15 to 25 hours overtime  every month.  Petrescu says she's been  lucky with the kind of people  who've committed themselves  to the program - some for as  long as four years. But not  everyone who applies is accepted, she says. Volunteers undergo  a rigorous screening process  before intensive training.  And not everyone is right for  the job, she says - it's for people  who are emotionally healthy  and balanced. Volunteers also  have to be good listeners too,  Petrescu says - non-judgmental.  She says it's easy to be drawn  into all aspects of a client's life.  But you have to detach yourself.  "You've got to put those feelings aside and keep in mind the  (client's) needs. We have to  consistently remind ourselves  what our role is."  Everyone has their strengths  and weaknesses, she says, and  it's important to recognize them.  For Petrescu: "My weakness is  dealing with kids. Sure, I've  gone home and cried."  When people ask her if there  is any need for the victim/witness program, Petrescu smiles.  They're fooled about the amount  or variety of crime here.  "You drive down the street  and it looks so quiet and deceiving. It's just not that obvious.  But go into a police station..."  From a list of issues the program deals with - theft, assaults,  suicides, missing persons, murder - she says all have occurred  on the Coast.  The number of cases opened  since April is 103 - an all-time  high. Add to that one-time contacts, and it's an additional 30.  This time last year the files  numbered 56. Whether the  growing numbers reflect an  increase in the program's popularity or a real increase in local  crime, Petrescu's not certain.  "I've been asking that myself  in the last few days." She can  say not all crimes on file  occurred in the area. Some  clients have moved here, bringing their problems with them.  "The statistics don't always  reflect what's happening here."  Petrescu says one of her  prime goals this year is to find  the program a full-time volunteer fundraiser. Funding from  the federal government is meagre, nowhere near what's needed, she says. The frustration is  doubled when taking into  account the lack of support from  local governments.  This year, Victim/Witness  Services received local support  from the Indian Band and District of Sechelt as well as that of  individuals and community  groups. In other communities,  programs are totally community-  funded - They're recognized and  valued as a service to the residents, she says.  Our fall inventory is coming, so our  UNBELIEVABLE PRICES  continue!  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