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Array Parliament Building*  Victoria, B.C. VM  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  July 20,1992 Volume 46 Issue 29  Mill strike ends with mediator compromise  by Stuart Burnside  Fiye weeks of labour strife in the  province's pulp and paper industry  ended Friday as the unions and employer representatives both voted to accept a  compromise settlement offered by government mediator Vince Ready. Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper (HSPP) workers  were back at work Monday morning.  The employer's representatives  accepted the compromise after a 9:30  am discussion on Friday and the Canadian Paper Workers Union (CPU)  reported a provincial acceptance rate of  CPU, employers agree to contract Friday afternoon  70 per cent later that day. HSPP's CPU  local 1119 voted less than the provincial average at 64 per cent to accept the  offer when their vote was taken  Wednesday, according to local president Terry Duffy.  "Our guys aren't stupid." Duffy said,  "We've got the (most advanced) mill in  the province and (the employers) sland  to make a lot of money from it ... We  know this isn't a great contract."  In Ready's agreement, CPU members won't be required to give up a  statutory holiday, as employers had  wanted. "Giving the (statutory holiday)  was a big problem with us," Duffy said,  "They wanted to take it and not give us  anything in return."  The employers had said giving up  the holiday was necessary for BC mills  to remain competitive in the world market but, according to Duffy, Ready  determined there wasn't enough evidence to indicate making the union's  give up a holiday was warranted.  Duffy also said Ready's deal  dropped the retirement age for mill  workers from 63 to 61 years old while  giving employees an eight per cent  increase over two years - a $1.10 an  hour raise. The employers were offering  SI an hour.  A spokesman for CPL" head office,  Brian Payne, said of the last four strikes  or employer lockouts in the past 18  years, this one, at five weeks, was about  the shortest. "There was one other in  the early '80s that lasted about the same  length of time," he said, "but usually  they go longer ... Right now, we're just  glad it's over."  Consultation  lacking in forest  cut, critics say  by Jane Seyd  Local members of both the  forest industry and community  groups continued to react this  week to news the timber harvest  for the Sunshine Coast region  will be cut by 24 per cent beginning in 1993.  Regardless of whether they  agreed with the cutback, people  said they were concerned about  the impact the move would have  on local economies and forest  workers, and criticized the way  the government brought in the  reduction.  Representatives of both  labour and environmental concerns said the announcement  had come without enough local  consultation and provision for  forest workers who stand to lose  their jobs because of the move.  They also criticized tbe Ministry of Forests for not phasing  in the reduction more gradually,  which they said would soften  the blow to local workers and  industry.  "We feel betrayed big time,"  said Murray Cantelon, business  manager of local 1-71 of the  IWA. "It was kind of a devastating announcement."  "We thought if there was  going to be a reduction, we  would be actively involved in  the process so we could have  the social safety net in place,"  said Cantelon. "They haven't  even talked to us."  "In my opinion (forests minister) Dan Miller is being craven  and irresponsible in not dealing  with the whole social issue as  well. You don't just take drastic  measures and see what happens."  Cantelon said Thuisday he .  was looking into help from  Capilano College in getting programs started for workers, and  planned to meet with local  MLA Gordon Wilson over the  weekend to discuss the issue.  Meanwhile, he said the cutback would hurt the smaller logging contractors and sawmill  operators on the Coast as well  as the workers.  "Major corporations will survive, but it's the small companies and some of these little  gyppo outfits that are going to  have to pick around the bones  and find work," he said. "We've  got operations that are marginal  right now, guys who've been  hanging on by their fingernails."  Those concerns were echoed  by local contractors like Doug  Sladey of Sladey Timber, which  currently employs between IS  and 18 people. Said Sladey,  "There'll be 24 per cent less  production from somebody.  turn to page 2  The Sechelt summer day camp offers band children and teens  activities ranging from basketball to trampoline jumping. The  program is supervised by youths employed by the band under  the Challenge '92 program, most of whom belong to the Eagle  Youth Council. Youth council members recently returned from  a conference in Edmonton. See story page 3.   Joel Johnstone photo  Development ban sought for Hotel Lake  by Jane Seyd  Less than one week after the  Pender Harbour lakes study hit  the public eye, the waters were  already being stirred up in Area  A with a petition from Hotel  Lake water users to stop development around the lake until  long-term planning for lake-  shore property is addressed.  At issue is a proposed subdivision on property at the east  end of Hotel Lake, which near  by residents say could to lead to  further deterioration of water  quality which is described in the  lakes study as having indications of high phosphorus levels  and as under moderate to severe  threat from development  Russ Bagan, a Hotel Lake  resident, presented the petition  signed by 46 people to the  regional district's planning committee Thursday.  Currently,  algae blooms on  the lake often result in poor  water, said Bagan. If the subdivision goes ahead, he said, "our  concern is our problems will  only increase."  Bagan said the Lake should  be placed under a development  freeze similar to the one which  has been in effect on Garden  Bay Lake pending recommendations from the lakes study.  But Cy O'Leary, alternate  director for Area A, warned the  Roberts Creek artist sculpts national bronze  by Stuart Burnside  A nine-foot bronze sculpture  of Roger Bannister, the first  human runner to burst through  the four minute mile barrier, lies  face down in the summer grass  on a Roberts Creek property  overlooking the Strait of Georgia.  Stretched out beside him is  a nine-foot bronze  rendering of John  Landy, Bannister's  closest rival and the  second man to stick  a pin in the air-  filled myth that  running a four minute "miracle mile"     was impossible.  For 25 years the bronze statues served as striding sentinels  outside the entrance of Vancouver's Empire Stadium, where the  two men raced in 1954. The  sculpted figures stood as shining  testaments to human endurance  and accomplishment. Now, with  the imminent demise of the stadium and after a quarter century  of weather and pigeon abuse, the  blackened bronze figures rest in  a Roberts Creek yard. But not  without reason.  "I'm going to clean them up,"  Tbe  monument is a  collaboration  with other  artists  explained Jack Harman, the  artist who created the sculptures  some 25 years ago. "I don't  think they've been cleaned since  (they were erected). When I'm  finished they'll stand at the corner of Renfrew and Hastings."  Harman is a master sculptor  whose three years of living in  Roberts Creek have done much  to put the self-proclaimed independent  nation on the map. He  is the creator of the  bronze Queen Eliza-  beth-astride-a-horse  statue unveiled in  Ottawa three weeks  "~~""" ago for Canada's  birthday. The statue, made at  Harman's converted bam foundry then trucked to the nation's  capital, took almost two yean to  complete and is acclaimed a  masterpiece.  That is a past accomplishment, however, and the 64-year-  old Vancouver native now has  another challenge causing him  to stoke up his 2,200 degree  foundry forge ... an artistic challenge be says is "bigger than the  Queen."  "It's the peacekeeping monument for Ottawa," Harman said,  Artist Jack Harmon with a segment of a 10 foot bronze soldier for the "Peacekeeping Monuement,  scheduled for unveiling in Ottawa October 8. Joel Johnstone photo  "commissioned by the Department of National Defence to acknowledge Canada's role as a  world peacekeeper."  The 'peace monument' is to  be erected on Sussex Drive ac  ross from the national fine arts  gallery and Harman is working  on three, 10- foot bronze statues  of soldiers for the project. The  peacekeeping soldiers will be  symbolically depicted entering  the rubble of a war-torn area of  the world. The monument is a  collaboration with other artists  who are working on its concrete  and landscaping aspects.  turn to page 13  petitioners, "The lakes study is  just that - a study. It has no  weight in law and does not turn  back the clock."  Final approval for the subdivision application would be  granted by the Ministry of Highways. But Jack Leighton from  the local highways department  said no paperwork has been,  done on the application for a  year and a half. "It's a non-entity as far as we're concerned."   '  Nominate  Golden  Girl by  Wednesday  deadline  This is the final week for  Gibsons' Golden Girt nominations. If you know a woman  60 years of age or better will)  personal qualities such as an  indomitable pioneer spirit  and generosity toward the  community, submit her name  along with a letter explaining  why she should be Gibsons'  Golden Girl. Each nominator  must include his/her own  name, address and phone  number and may not nominate more than one candidate.  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('on tlraa aold by Coaatal Tires) U  OFFER GOOD UNTIL JULY 31/92       <*/^  FREE BRAKE INSPECTIONS  I  Coastal Tires  I 8M-27M  L   Mills tackle pulp pollution regulations  by Jane Styd  Reports from coastal pulp mill*, on reducing their pollution have been handed in to  the Ministry of Environment But exactly  how the companies plan lo bring down the  levels of chlorinated organics (AOX) in mill  effluent won't be discussed by the ministry  until later this summer.  According to Jon O'Riordan. assistant  deputy minister wilh ihe environnieiil.il protection division, reports were received from  all pulp mills in time for the June .'0 deadline, including submissions from Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper, MacMillan Bloedel's  Powell River mill and Western Pulp's  Woodfibre operation.  Reports on how to reduce pollution were  requested in January, after the ministry first  announced new regulations requning mills  to meet a level of 1.5 kg of AOX per air-  dried tonne of pulp by I99S and to '��� iitually  eliminate" chlorinated organics Horn the  bleaching process by 2002.  So far, most mills are working on the first  stage in addressing the pollution, said  Plans to be made  public in August  O'Riordan. "Almost all of ihem dealt wiih  how they're going to get to 1.5," he said.  In addition lo reports from individual  mills, two generic reports were also submit  ted by industry on getting the AOX levels  close to zero.  One of the reports addressed available  technology while the other concentrated on  market trends in chlorine free and low chlo  rine paper, "which is Ihe kind of stuff lhal  Howe Sound's putting oul right now." said  O'Riordan.  A first draft of a separale government  commissioned report on eliminating chlnri  naled organics from "ffluenl has also been  completed by Vancouver consulting fiim  II.A. Simons and is circulating among min  islry officials. Said O'Riordan. 'There's a  lol of information."  Several governmenl ministries are now  evaluating all ie|Hiits, a piocess enpecled to  he compiele hy the middle of August when  the infoi illation will be ma 'e public.  "Sonicliine altei the middle ol August it's  our intention lo make a major release which  will deal wilh all ol these ie|M>rts, as well as  specific plans lor each ol Ihe mills," said  O'Riordan Al lhat lime, Ihe lalest six monlh  figures nn iiinenl pollution levels from Ihe  mills will llao be available  ORioidan said lhal according to industry  sources llie "average" AOX level discharged  by provincial pulp mills in Iheir effluent is  now al I 9 kg down fiom an average of 2.5  announced in January.  During Ihe lasl reporting period (April to  Saptembei I'W) both Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper and Woodfibre were already  below Ihe U average, al (>-..-. kg and 1.93  kg respectively.  Ironically, lasl week new pollution  Charges weie laid against HSPP resulting  from three* incidents during the summer of  1991 when the mill had problems with some  of its new equipment  'Previous overcutting downplayed'  from page 1  "It's definitely going to  affect us."  While Sharon Burke, president of the Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce, said directors would  discuss the announcement at  their next meeting, to be held in  Powell River, ihe business community was already expressing  concern.  "It's going to definitely  affect our market up here," said  Dan Devita, president of the  Powell River Chamber of Commerce.  "(Forest workers) buy groceries in our grocery stores,  their trucks gel fixed in our  machine shops ... We're concerned aboul it."  Cantelon also criticized Ihe  Forest Service for making the  announcement without an accurate forest inventory.  "Al least when they shut  down ihe fishery in Newfoundland the fishermen themselves  recognized there were no fish,"  he said. "Here you've gol conflicting points of view."  Bul Brad Benson, member of i  court briefs  the Tetrahedron Alliance and  the Local Resource Use Plan  group disagreed with the analogy. "The industry is not going lo  shut down," he said.  "Some of it is, and it's not  going to he easy ... bul ihe cut.  and Ihe readjustment lo long-run  sustained yield has to start."  Benson also criticized the  Forest Service for implying lhat  pressure from environmental  groups played a major part in  the harvest reduction, while  downplaying the role of past  overcutting.  "That's a real cop out," he  said. "(The Forest Service)  never mentioned overcutting  and I don't understand how they  could not address that issue  head on."  Early in the week, local  MLA Gordon Wilson also  expressed concern over the  announcement, and said he  would consult with local labour,  industry and Forest Service officials, including acting districl  manager Russ Hughes, about  the impact on workers and local  economies.  Some loggers and forest workers face an uncertain future as a  result of a major reduction in the Coast's annual allowable cut.  Joel Johnstone pholo  A 16-year-old boy who chased another boy in his car and later  attacked him from behind in the school parking lot is facing seven  months probation after pleading guilty to assault and to violating the  school act in Sechelt provincial court July 14.  The morning of Feb. 6, ihe teenager waited in the parking lot of  Chatelech secondary school and jumped on another boy from behind,  punching him in the face repeatedly. According to the police report,  the damage to the victim was "quite evident," and he was taken to the  hospital for treatment.  The teenager apparently blamed his victim for his eviction from  school. He had previously verbally abused his victim and encouraged  another student to fight with him, said Crown counsel Anthony Rowley, and the day before the assault, the teenager chased the victim in  his car for about an hour.  The teenager, who cannot be named because of his age, also violated the School Act by visiting Chatelech without permission.  Defence lawyer Michael Welsh said Ihe teenager was "acting out  in anger" because of a motorcycle accident in which a family friend  died and the leenager was seriously injured. However, Rowley said  the assault was a serious matter because il seemed to be premeditated  and unprovoked.  Judge Shirley Giroday sentenced the boy lo SO hours community  work service and seven months probation, during which time he may  noi contact the boy he assaulted. He also may not attend Chatelech  school without the written permission of Ihe principal. "This is more  than a simple schoolyard fight," Giroday commented.  RCMP seize rifle  The rifle left in a children's playground after the armed robbery of"  the Sechell Fsso station Feb. I has been turned over lo the RCMP for  the time being. The question of who owned the rifle was not settled  during the robbery trial, and both defendants were acquitted.  Judge Giroday said she was concerned the rifle might belong to a  minor. When the RCMP has finished its investigation, the owner has  30 days to prove ownership or the weapon will be destroyed.  REGISTRATION FORM  ���*��������  Pebbles from the past  1   ENTER KEATS ISLAND SWIM   !  i  9:30 am ARMOURS BEACH July 26,1992  |    LAST NAME.  _FIRST NAME .  I  ADDRESS.  AGE_  _SEX M_  . PHONE#_  I  I hereby take full responsibility for any injury that may |  occur to myself, whether physical or mental during    i  Sea Cavalcade KEATS ISLAND SWIM        i!  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Natives from 14 nations  attended the international meeting, and .KXX) more groups who  couldn't attend registered by  mail. The teenagers met new  friends from New Zealand,  Manitoba, Minnesota, Chile,  Australia,... "and Sechell," one  boy added.  The pow wow of native  singing and dancing which  closed ihe conference was an  emotional moment. Being native  isn't usually emphasized, said  Dionne, but "when you go to a  pow-wow, you feel intense  native identity." Eor Rochelle  Baptiste, one of the adults who  went with the group, her first  powwow was "an overwhelming experience that pulls at your  heart and makes you want to  cry."  Gabriel Joe said he's been to  FREE VIDEO  INTERNATIONAL INVESTING  The Key to the 90'$  "sa'beT    Higher Return =   Lower Risk -  FREE VIDEO  Call Doug  1-800-26F-UNDS 1-800-263-8637  ScotiaMcLeod  (  r  Just back from a worldwide native conference on drug and alcohol abuse, Ihe Kagle Youth Council  display their naturally high spirits. Nancy Moote photo  several powwows, but it's still  the same. "After a while you can  feel the drum beats and singing  hit you. You can feel il pull you.  It's kind of like healing." He's  thinking about becoming a  dancer himself, going to live at a  Duncan longhouse once his  father thinks he's ready.  Recounting their trip, the  teenagers listed the gas station  where they accidentally filled up  with diesel and the McDonalds  "as big as our mall" as major  points of interest.  Another highlight was the  rediscovery of Sechelt on Iheir  return. "[Alberta's] Irees are so  short and little, and ours are  huge and tall, right beside the  ocean," said one girl. Others  said ihey had never really  noticed the smell of the ocean  before.  Sechelt Band council member Gary Eeschuk has been helping supervise Ihe Eagle Youth  council since it was formed in  January.  "Eagle Youth was bom to  give our young band members  an alternative to drugs and alcohol," he said. "Parents were concerned lhat our kids don't have  anything lo do."  The kids set Iheir own rules:  members musl be age thirteen  and up, attending school, and  drug and alcohol free. Nineleen  teenagers are now members, and  they've found plenty lo do,  including dances, watching ihe  Canucks practice, and holding  sporls days for younger kids.  The teenagers also raised  about half the $10,000 cosl of  attending the Healing our Spirit  conference, holding car washes  and bake sales, making calendars, and collecting donalions  from local businesses.  Their nexl Irip will be to a  major powwow in Albqucrque,  New Mexico next April.  IGA Plus  CORRECTION NOTICE  In the IGA Plus ad which ran in the Coast News  Weekender on Thursday, July 16 the copy should  have read "PRICES GOOD JULY 16-18.  We regret any inconvenience this has caused.  Dolphin rezoning debated by Sechelt council  by Stuart Burnside  Sechelt Mayor Nancy  MacLarty reopened a previously  resolved issue at a council meeting recently when, pointing lo a  "flaw" in the Official Community Plan (OCP), she asked councillors to reconsider a rezoning a  home near the corner of Dolphin  and Inlet avenues from residenlial lo commercial use.  The residenlial building is  localed on the north side of Dolphin, west of Inlet, and owner  Maple E.aslwood wants lo use it  for a law office.  Last year a similar building  wilh a like use was rezoned lo  commercial directly across Dolphin Avenue from Eastwood's  building.  However, Eastwood can't  demand similar rezoning without a bylaw amending the OCP  because under the OCP her side  of Ihe street is zoned residential.  Only the the soulh side is commercial.  MacLarty's argument in trying to move council to pass a  rezoning bylaw for Eastwood's  property is thai there should be  parity between the two sides of  the street.  When the rezoning requesl  was defeated at a planning  meeting three weeks before,  councillors said allowing the  rezoning change sel a precedent  that might encourage others residences heading west along  Eastwood's residenlial side of  the street lo requesl the same  zoning change.  "If we let one person do il  we'll have to consider others,"  Councillor Peggy Wagner said.  Municipal planner Rob  Buchan said, however, the  building should originally have  been zoned commercial and il  was due to a "mistake" in Ihe  corners of the Inlet/Dolphin  intersection were zoned commercial and to include ihe lot in  question would "square the area  off in the OCP.  "I certainly believe Ihe line  should be drawn lo include the  subject lol." Buchan said.  MacLarty said if council  worried aboul further attempts  to expand commercial enterprises lo the wesl of Inlet Avenue  along the north side of Dolphin  a resolution could be made lo  reject "oul of hand" any other  rezoning applications until the  OCP was revised, which could  lake a year or more.  MacLarty pointed out that  turning down Ihe rezoning  bylaw as quickly as ii had been  done at the planning meeting  three weeks before was "inconsistent" with past council procedure.  She persuaded councillors to  give firsl reading lo the motion.  A rezoning bylaw is to be draft  ed and approval from the Transportation Ministry (the lol is  within 800 m of ihe intersection) is also required.  The bylaw will then go lo a  public hearing before final readings are given.  "This won't be the only kick  al the can," MacLarty told council. "You'll have four more  chances lo turn it down."  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True it is the largest reduction handed down anywhere  in the province, to a district that has seen no change in its  harvest prescriptions for the past II veais while areas  such as southern Vancouver Island and other mid Coast  regions have already had to bite the bullet after being  called on to make similar reductions  There will be economic hardship as a result of the  reduction, lay offs will occur and those who retain Iheir  jobs will certainly feel the squeeze from lost productivity.  The sad truth is that the small operators, the businesses  which in our current economy lend to be the main creators of new jobs, will feel the loss most.  But the news of the cul really comes as no surprise It  has been common knowledge for years that a major  adjustment would be needed for the industry to remain  sustainable on the Toast and throughout the province in  the king term, and the pressure to see more recognition of  other forest values - wildlife, environmental and recreational - i" decfe ns regarding future forest use are only  going to increase.  It is a sad Hcl :h.tt the industry has for too long been  living oft the a of us dwindling limbe a ll without the commitment to investing in intensive management thai is vital  With the diminishing supply of old-r nv th forest anu  the transition to the smaller yields of second-growth plantations, the province and industry have so far refused to  pay the p ce of economic adjustment central to their own  survival.  There is a double edge to loc I critic sm ft -v industry  that the cu    houkthave    en i    --��� fact that  such a si;.: ..out cut has been announced no* ..a telling  indicator. I" how far down Ihe road to catastrophe we  have already come, and a positive step to avoid a much  more drastic reduction that would be required in the  future if companies were allowed to continue cutting ai  the existing rate.  There .ire disgruntled squeals sounding about the lack  of an accut Jlf -Ml$1 'inventory on which to base such a  dramatic reduction Where has the forest industry been in  that case, to continue merrily chopping away for a dozen  yeais without a decent assessment of how the resource is  holding up?  The cut-and-run mentality persists in the province in  the face of the most repeated warnings that things cannot  and will not go on as they have in the past.  The truth will out where it will.  It was former district forest manager Barry Mountain  himself who admitted at a public forum last fall that the  Coast had been overcui for years Surely, w-hen the ministry's local chief is fessing up in public about the dwindling condition of the resource, the industry must stand  up and take notice?  Behind the rhetoric lie realities that can no longer be  escaped if the industry is to continue to be a healthy and  vital contributor to Coast nfe into the future.  9&  Pot calling  kettle black  After reading your letter in  ihe July 9 issue of the Coast  News Weekender I couldn't  help hut respond to what I felt  was ihe poi calling the kettle  black While I agree that our  health care system is dangerous  lv dote to collapsing. I strongly  disagree as to where the blame  lie*.  What you and the NDP government have done lo the doc-  tors is akin to professional discrimination. In your letter you  state "A doctor's ability to bill  the Medical Services Plan is  limited only by the hours in the  day and the days in the year"  Are you not forgetting the  patients they are seeing or the  lives they may be saving1 Have  you taken the lime to ask if  those who benefit or will lose if  the system breaks down would  be willing to pay a $5 user fee?  If ii is as your sute: "The  7.000 doctors of BC are not  happy with their $1.3 billion  share of the five-pins billion  dollar trail* care budget" Then  perhaps they should change to a  profession where for far less  education they could ia) have  summers and Christmas off (bi  no overhead or life and death  decisions to make <cl get paid a  good salary where in less than  nine years they can get a pension equivalent to what some  Canadians make working year  round (di have total control over  the above ic) get millions of tat  dollars to play wiih (f> be  accountable for their actions  once even four yean.  Your suggestion Mr Skelly  of a Health Maintenance Association as a better form of health  care means to me thai ihe government would still hold the  purse strings but the responsibility or blame for heallh care  would be removed from ihem.  What really frightens me is that  if you succeed then people such  as myself who have absolutely  no medical training could get on  a board and have the power io  determine what kind and who is  eligible for health care on the  Sunshine Coast. We've seen  what government-initiated egg.  milk and wheat marketing  boards have done for farmers  As io the pot calling the kettle black, the NDP has blamed  our teachers for the overspending and decline in education and  now you are blaming our doctors for the same in health care  Before you blame those working  for a system thai the government controls and designed, per  haps you could evplain whal the  2.480 people in governmenl  who earn over J78.000 per year  do to justify such a salary.  I know how vital doctors and  leachers are for a healthy and  stable society, I can't say the  same for the politicians who  dictate il.  Joan Disney  Garden Bay  Community vision  lacking  Congratulations for your  watch-dog analysis of the antics  of our elected representatives in  Sechelt Your recent editorial.  "Trivial secrel and pot-shot policies." was sadly revealing of the  dysfunctional conduct of this  group of small pond primadon-  nas. The harassment of those  who are organizing the hugely  successful Festival of the Written Arts is but one of many  examples whereby these elected  officials have represented their  imnmmkom  We wetcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  own egos, rather than the needs  and interests of those whom  ihey were elected to serve.  While our community had  grown at a steady rate, we are  now starting to experience the  unprecedented population pressure from a rapidly expanding  metropolis, which is pushing  over (and across) its natural  boundaries. Duncan MacDon-  nell's article last week, offered  good advice on how io enshrine  our rural values while guiding  the growth and change which  will take place. The first step  must be for our elected representatives to develop a vision of  the community in which we will  live at the end of this current  decade. This vision has not been  evident in the random and often  conflicting decisions made by  ihis council To do this, however, they musl stop bickering and  learn io woik as a team.  To complete the sports analogy presented in your editorial,  when a hockey team is no  longer able to compete as a  coordinated group, and lapses  into the random, haphazard play  of individuals, one or two disgruntled players maybe traded  away, but more often it is the  coach who is responsible and  must now be replaced. Mayor  McLarty is responsible for providing the leadership necessary  for all seven council members io  function as a coordinated group.  I am sure that we can continue  io rely upon the Coasl News io  report on the season highlights  of McLartv and her teammates  Jack Pope  SetmaPark  I Clinton and Gore are stirring the hopes of America  Somehir ��� momentous appears to be happening  on the poi -xal scene in the I rated States.  In the past week, in a sudden reversal of the  polls, maverick would-be candidate Ross Perot  began to lose support and on the same day that  Governor Bill Clinton accepted the Democratic  Party'- nonunaDoo to he their ctivfcdate for President. Pei.M stunned his supporters by suddenly  withdraw mg from the nee.  Farther, the latest opinion polls show that Clinton has a lead ai the present tune of some rweory-  three percentage points ir. what is again a classic  two-way confrantabon with the Republicans  h it apparent that his selection of former presidential candidate Albert Gore of Tennessee has  been well received and dot has to be a contributing factor to the .Arkansas Governor's resurgence  Toajemer. Chnton and Gore convey a youthful  tad energenc image Not since John F .Kennedy  has met youthful energy and determination sooght  to lead the lotted Stales of America  The selection of Gore as his running mate,  caased some raised eyebrows last week among  The conventional wisdom has always been that  there mast be some geographic balance to the  poimcal ociet .Age must be balanced with youth  Md a soothers president ooghi to have seiecied a  "Matoflaiptwog mate  musings  john burnside  There was some thought tr.at Jesse Jackson  might have bees chosen io the the vice-pn-udetcal  raixtntaia* m an oven appeal to the disenfranchised  mmonoes. but Clinton dared to be drffereni anc it  would appear that, after the initial surpr.se has died  down and after the predictable reseraacccs ht .e  been expressed about this tmexpntard setecooc ae  Clinton- Gore team has a good chance of strikmr. a  very responsive chord in the American people  indeed  These are considerable men stepping forwa-d  for the Demoaabc Party at a momentous tune m  then country s marry  Governor Clinton, one learns, has a splendid  record as Governor of Arkansas He has served for  more man ten yean, a tare feat is the sooth where  govemors do not often last long and have to seek  re-eiecuon every two yean.  Along the way. it is generally agreed he has  transformed one of the poorest states in the Union  .Arkansas has a better education record than the  States' average, it has a better record oo air and  water protection, it has a higher industrial growth  rate and a lower tax rate, and all this has been  achieved whilst Clinton was presenting to his State  legislature a balanced budget for ten consecutive  yean.  .As the once mighty .American economy flounders along losing ground daily io its international  competitors. Clinton's solid record of fiscal prudence and demonstrable achievement must be  sweet music io the ears of Americans alarmed by  job loss, deteriorating education, decaying city  centres and enppungly high costs of health care  In his running mate. .Arkansas Sarnator Albert  Gore. Qintoe has seiecied a man who is held in  almost universal respect Gore is one of the foremost thmaVers m American politics on the difficult  rpirt��*r-*t- posed by environmental pressures He is  a man of unquestioned integrity and strong ability  who shores op with his knowledge in the fields of  the environment and foreign policy whatever  weaknesses Climoc himself has outside the stale of  Arkansas.  -It might just work." seems to be the sober  tateuaatm of the Qimcan-Gore ticket The candidates are too close in age. too dose in geography,  for sach a tandem ever to have been foreseen. But  they may be symbiotic in ability, and that may  count for more than anything as Americans with  alarm come to full realization of how far their  country has fallen during the years of the Reagan-  Bush administrations.  In the closing years of the twentieth century it  might just be that the competing extremes which  have held our attention for two generations are  both finished as political forces. We have seen the  once mighty Communist empire crumble under the  weight of its own bureaucratic inefficiency. and  now the evidence would indicate thai the totally  unbridled selfishness of unfettered capitalism is  disca-edned  We have seen the British unload iheir strident  propooeni of simplistic capitalism in the person of  Margaret Thatcher, now the inheritors of her sidekick and mutual admirer. Ronald Reagan, seem to  be losing the confidence of the American people as  the high and hidden costs of letting appetite and  greed rule become apparent to all.  There is a long way between nomination and  ela-noc of course, and Clinton is expecting 'Mistering, bitter personal attacks' from the Republicans who cannot run on their economic record  appear to have no plan for the future, and who can  therefore only seek to discredit their opponent.  But there is the crackle of excitement and the  storing of hope in tbe air again south of the bonier  and ii has been a long time since that was true.  COAST^NEWS  earn malm. v. ,  C��� r,tf�� tax B-r��x~,  E-l-anVKK-G-. Taaji ��� n.  ��* 3f ^��T. ��"  lou* ro-i-nj-i-, .  *,iV*.S;MV \\ v   -,Mv\a.>v Coast News, July 20, 1992  profile  Fond memories of Joe Austin on the  anniversay of his death in Gibsons  by Marc Strange  Joe Austin had a regular  lable at the Evereen Hotel (now  the Red Lion Pub) on Jarvis  Street, where he held court  almosl daily from about 1952 to  1963 or 64 when he started  working out at Ihe Kleinberg  studios on The Forest Rangers  and later, Hatch's Mill.  He could be found there on  lunch breaks or after rehearsals  for whatever show he was doing  down the street at the Kremlin,  draining a few draughts and  telling stories with the tongue of  a poet and Ihe liming of Jack  Benny. Joe's table was easy io  find. Just follow the laughter.  Barbara Poller, script assistant on the 195.1 CBC series  "Ed's Place" starring Ed  McCurdy wilh Joe Austin as Joe  the Postman who made his  entrance down a slide, remembers having lo escort Joe and Ed  back from the Evereen after  lunch on a number of occasions  to do a live show in the afternoon. Since Ed McCurdy had a  habit during morning rehearsal  of singing bawdy lyrics to all  the children's songs he was  going to perform, and Joe was a  sly and notorious ad-libber, she  "was never quite sure what they  were going to do."  At the Evereen, Joe was usually surrounded by a colourful  group of working writers, actors  and entertainers which he'd  styled "The Nonentity Club" in  response to having been asked  to absent himself from the  Celebrity Club next door over  some minor lapse in decorum.  This was brought about by his  resentment over the apparent  lock that British, or British-  styled performers seemed to  have on a supposedly Canadian ^_^^__^____  television network. "Ah to be in  England, np.w...lhat,,.,, ff*,f*f* "SflX **"*  England's here!" joe was grinding  oul the miles in a  yellow Packard  convertible with a  rumble seat,  dressed tn a  pearl-grey fedora  and a cashmere  coat  he said.  Joe's table was  the place to be, bul  you had to stay  alert. The wordplay was lethal.  Stuart Nutter, Bob  Goodier,    John  Paris, Ed McCurdy, Johnny White,  Herb Gott, Jack  Van Evera, Franny  Jones, and a waggish  cluster  of    __^_^  irreverent souls,  rarely numbering  fewer than 20, would gather  when Ihe sun was within hailing  distance of the yardarm to skewer the fatuous and roast the self-  important.  It was a time of inspired  lying, artfully constructed practical jokes and a weekly "million dollar idea" which was  often seized upon and brought  to wonky fruition by some poor  fool who'd been inspired past  Joe Austin in costume and on  Beachcombers.  reason by the poetry of Joe's  vision and eloquence.  Consider "The Folkathon" of  '61. Six destitute folksingers  strumming their fingers raw and  ringing their marginal singing  voices, croaking endless verses  of 'Follow The Drinking Gourd'  and 'Sloop John B.' for seven  days and seven nights in a shopping mall oul on the Danforth.  One of Joe's "Mil-       lion Dollar Ideas"  which John Evans  thought "just  might become a  fad".  Joe's Folkathon  might have been  inspired by his  days as a 'grinder'  in Ihe Six-Day  Bike races of the  70s, when he'd  ground out thousands of miles  around an indoor  oval fueled by  undiluted Coca-  Cola syrup, while       the gamblers in  the crowd got their  bets down on the  ten-lap sprints which were  announced by the ringing of a  bell when the promoters had  decided there was enough cash  on the line. At which point the  sprinter on the team would saddle up and Joe would come in  for a ten-lap nap and a shot of  Coke-syrup before heading back  out to grind oul another hundred  or so.  In Ihe Dirly  30s Joe was  the set during filming of the  CBC file photo  grinding out the miles in a yellow Packard convertible with a  rumble seat, dressed in a pearl-  grey fedora and a cashmere  coat. (Joe was always a natty  dresser.)  He was servicing a string of  juke-boxes and slot machines  around Southern Ontario for two  hundred dollars a week, in the  employ of a Toronto operator  named lishbein who had certain  connections. Two hundred dollars a week in the Depression  was serious money, even if half  of it was nickles and dimes. As  Fishbeiri explained to Joe when  he'hired him, "I'll give you a  hundred dollars a week. Will  you take a hundred dollars a  week? Good. You got a nice  two hundied-dollar-a-week job,  don't let me catch you taking no  more."  Joe always had money in his  pocket. When he was doing the  Navy Show, in England, during  and jusl after the war, he was  carrying around a suitcase full  of five-pound notes which he  had to get rid of before heading  home. He was doing an act with  a talking duck at the time, as  well as directing and singing  and had formed a liaison with  the attractive hairdresser touring  with the show.  Joe bought her a hairdressing  salon in London with some of  his stash. He also threw himself  a two-week bon voyage party  and smuggled home a poodle (a  gift from the hairdresser) on the  troopship while wearing an  "unofficial' lieutenant's uniform  tailored in Saville Row. "I had a  pretty good war."  He was a charmer. Women  loved his company. He made  them feel beautiful. He was  courtly, romantic and a true gentleman. Barbara Hamilton called  him "Ihe sweetest man I've ever  known."  He was somewhat fuzzy on  the exact number of limes he'd  been married. Sometimes it was  four, sometimes six. He certainly never lacked for feminine  companionship although his  rather carefree approach to life  sometimes caused strain in his  domestic relationships.  His last mairiagc however, lo  Virginia, was most successful.  Joe and Ginny married in 1970  and almosl immediately moved  to British Columbia where Joe  was guesi.slurring in an episode  of The Manipulators.  He did another kids' show,  Seagull Sam, out of Vancouver  for a few seasons before joining  The Beachcombers where he  was a much-loved regular for a  dozen seasons. It was in Gibsons, wilh Ihe lovely view of  Howe Sound and the harbour,  that Joe made his exit June 28,  1991. He was 79.  As Bruno Gerussi said in his  eulogy, "If any man can be said  to have had a good kick at the  cat, it was Joe." Amen. He had a  dozen careers; he was never out  of work; (when he died he had  two scripts on his bed and was  set to work in Rex Bromfield's  next feature); his friends were  legion; his loves remembered  him fondly; and he always got  his own way.  Joe didn't want lo die in a  hospital. He got a promise from  Randy Voghy, the 2501b. Gibsons charter fisherman who  looked after him his last months,  lo "keep Ihe doctors away from  me, they give me the willies."  .. As usuaj, Joe had Ihe fast say.  Longer days mean lower prices.  Hum.' Doogloi vtiiicol.  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Adriano Galli of Italy, now a retired general, and his wife, Amner-  is, made iheir first visit to Canada from their home in Albengo on the  Gulf of Genoa. Colonel John Bennet of the United States, now  retired, came from his home in Fullerton, California.  Doug and Meg were stationed in Prague from 1974 to '76 when  "the Cold War was hot". Now in quite different times the three former attaches reminisced and compared their cold war days to the present stale of affairs in Europe.  Times were extremely tense then between East and West, as many  remember, with massive military forces of Ihe USSR stationed in  Czechoslovakia and other Warsaw Pact countries.  "Our task," Doug said, "was lo evaluate the military preparedness  of Ihe USSR and Czechoslovakian troops. And that wa? a job that  was extremely stressful and often hazardous."  "Now when perestroika look effect the MIG 29, for example, thai  outstanding fighter plane, was no longer the close secrel it had been.  In fact, this last spring at the Comox air base there was a MIG 29 on  display for the purpose of selling to our military."  The Galli's have told the Dicksons lhat they intend to return as  soon as possible lo visit Ihe Coasl and our North country.  Anne of Green (.allies  Anne of Ihe Red Hair, as her countless Japanese fans call her,  brightly carried us back lo another time and another place in song and  lively acting.  Karen Boothroyd did a marvellous bit in her tiddly over raspberry-cordial scene. And another marvel in gelling clump footed boys to  do their dance routine more or less together. Congrats.  And Layle Kenyon was the precocious Anne wiih an "e". Stage  business carried out intently by everyone brought Avonlea effortlessly to life. The ladies of Avonlea, the kids, teacher Judith I or si, kept  the pace a sprilely one.  The long hours of preparation, some painful no doubt, by the  knowledgeable Lyn Vernon, Ea*k) Boersma, and Pain leichlner were  rewarded we trust, by the joyful response of Ihe audiences. Bravo!  >uncoaM��cooters  SALES &. SERVICE  Y*V  ELECTRIC SCOOTERS  QUIET A CLEAN  "MOBILITY  FOR SENIORS  ON THE GO"  <fP%'x  WINHOMBDCKtONSJIlAllON  ^���Vt-l OR INTO PHASE CAU  GERRY CHAILUER ��� 886-3728  Chjristmns  SALE  DAYS  Sunnycrest Mall  886-3371  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley, 886-2215  A friend who is a fairly  recent arrival to the Coast from  that gorgeous dry, hot spot, the  interior of BC, was given some  rather interesting descriptions of  types of people oo the Sunshine  Coast. The one pertaining to  Roberts Creek was that  "Roberts Creekers just sit  around at home smoking their  own home grown and sipping  on herb tea all day." Well, this  really made me laugh. "Who  told you that one?" Someone  else joined in and said, "Hey,  it's true!"  So I had to fill them in on the  favourite drink around these  here parts - and this drink outdoes hippy herb tea any day. It  is home brew. It can be brewed  in varying degrees of potency,  amount of head, and blowup  power. Here's my favourite  quick recipe: Take two cans of  malt, any kind - from Gold  Medal to the thick and very  flavourful varieties of Australian, English and Mexican  malt. Heat to boiling several  times, a keetle of water. Fill a  10 gallon bucket with 8 gallons  of temperate water (cold mixed  with the boiling), the two cans  of malt, five pounds of white  sugar, a tablespoon of salt,  brewed hop tea and the yeast  from the can or in package fdrm  (brewers yeast).  Stir it up well, cover with a  tight cloth and let it brew in  room temperature for three days  or until the fermenting has  stopped (no more bubbling on  the top of the mix).  Siphon the brew off into a  carboy and let it sit/or another  five days. And now it's time to  bottle. When bottling, mix one  cup of sugar to every five gallons of brew. Bottle and let sit  for at least a week.  You can drink all you want  of this natural home brew without the chemicals or ether-  inducing gaseous results. I guarantee you will not get a big head  the next day, as this brew is naturally processed unlike the so-  called natural process the store-  bought varieties claim.  SFU Survey  Roberts Creek residents,  watch for a person conducting a  door to door survey from the  last part of July into August, His  name is Tony Wong who is a  Simon Pmer Uniymily-anudenl,  form Burnaby. He will be asking questions regarding your  opinion on current forestry  practices in Roberts Creek and  what type of changes, if any,  you would like to see in the  future. Tony has picked Roberts  Creek as an affected area for  research for this topic to write  his term paper for his Masters in  Resource and Environmental  Management from SFU. Please  take the time to talk to him if  you can.  CNIB Canvasses Coast  The Canadian National Institute for the Blind is presently canvassing residents of the Sunshine Coast. Funds raised by Ihe canvass  will be put back into the community by providing services to blind  and visually impaired people in the area.  This year, due to a lack of available volunteers, CNIB employee  Doug Murray is calling on residents on an ongoing basis to solicit  much needed service dollars so that the CNIB can continue to provide services such as rehabilitation, child, family and employment  counselling, technical aids, and talking books and library services.  At present there are 65 blind and visually impaired people living  on the Coast. Wendy Springford, CNIB area representative for the  the Central Gibsons District says, "I would like to thank everyone  for their past generosity in supporting the CNIB and hope that once  again everyone will generously support the CNIB's ongoing  fundraising activity when Doug Murray knocks at their door."  GOLDEN GIRL  &���UtcUcUtie today!  Gibsons' Golden Girl is a woman  60 years of age or better who  personifies the spirit of Gibsons.  Qualities like an indomitable  pioneer spirit and generosity  toward the community would  undoubtedly be a part of our  Golden Girl, along with any  number of her own unique  attributes.  Send or bring your nomination letter to the  Coast News, 537 Cruice Lane, Box 460, Gibsons  IS VVLDNISDAY AI NOON!  IMPORTANT NOTICE  Starting Wednesday  $1,000,000 INVENTORY  LIQUIDATION  DRASTIC  PRICE CUTS  0#iL.lZ  10:00 AM  SHARP  Sechelt  w  (yip)  m  I  Furniture Land  Best Prices! Best Selection! Best Quality! Best Service!  5605 SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, SECHELT 885-5756  We accept VISA MASTERCARD, Cheques and Cash  Financing available on approved Credit  STORE CLOSED  Monday, Tuesday - to mark down prices  SELLING ALL EXCESS MERCHANDISE  THE VALUE  IN  FURNITURE  SHOPPING  NEVER WAS  BETTER  THAN NOW  DIFFICULT TIMES  You may wonder why our well  established Furniture Store is  conducting a sale of this  nature. We have to balance and  equalize our inventory in order  to maintain the sound footing this  family business has been enjoying  in the past, and to ensure our  continued good service to  you, our valued customers.  STOREWIDE SALE, EVERY ITEM MARKED DOWN  SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, July 22nd  10:AM SHARP  aa-aa->  . ..��� -���_-.��� ..-..,.������>���.   -..-a.- ��.:^:.  .*.���..    - V- -  i Coast News, luly JO, 1 *)-)J  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  .1;  community  ROOMS  $10Soo  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  086-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  A^llMZfaili  Meat or Vegetable Curry with rice,  Samusa, Chapati.      $6.50 plate  Bing<  ;0 SSWRSmi I  Closed SundaysJ  Nd Central Meetings  until September  HOT SNACKS  EVERY NIGHT  ruxv* 1 lower Road ��� 88f��--w84  By Margaret Wall  Sechelt is a very busy place  these days as anyone who ieadi  ihe newspaper will know. The  hugely successful Anne of  l iu'i'ii Cables had can lining ihe  highway for each of ils showings.  I missed il. I'm sorry lo say.  Speaking of reading, the Sechell  library's reading program will  be going on unlil Aug. 8. It's  geared for childien ages 6 to Ii  and it's every Wednesday after  noon for 1:30* 2:.W pm at Ihe  Sechell public library. For more  information call 885 *260.  Save Ihe strait:  The third annual Save the  Sirail Marathon is coming up  Aug 2' (I believe) and volun  leers are needed for ihe many  different arrangements. If you  can spare a few hours, call the  Volunteer and Information Cen  ire at 885-5881.  Amnesty International:  Amnesty International will  be holding a potluck supper  Thursday, July 23 al 6 pm at  (ireenecourt Hall. Tickets are $5  plus your favorite dish.  (iue ,i speaker will be Svend  Robinson. You may buy your  tickets al Talewind Books in  Sechelt.  Music In the Pavilion:  Sunday, July 26 at 2 pm  enjoy a selection of classical  music and Broadway hits wilh  Alice Horseman and Friends.  The concert will be held in the  Festival pavilion at Rockwood  Centre arid refreshments will be  available. Tickets are available  at the Festival office (which  Catch These  Shoe Specials  wofvtnrw rrom  ACIKIWiTOnt  Nltefrom  Retbok from  Rockport*  Vans  Brooks1|P||  HiTecfrotft  Rucanor from  Avia from  *-*o%0i  Off  ���SO*9  -s^pw*'*  Si***"-.:  NHce Women's Air Craft  Reebok Men's Boulevard Btectt HHop  Reebok Women's Fitness WeJker  Nike Men's Air Huarache  Adidas Men's UtttmitU  Brooks Women's Chariot HFX  Avia Women's Walker 350  Ail Children's Shoes  from intant size 2 to children's size 6  Rnutw  SALE  YOUSAVE  160.96  $3999  $30  109.98  -���GO99  $40  09*99  $69"  $20  129.99  *t99"  $30  99JB  ���0999  $30  99J6  ���59"  $40  84.96  $5999  $25  Catch These Clothing Specials  Hyper Color T-Shirts from  Adidas Athletic Wear  Starter Jerseys, Reg $8996  Heavenly Bodies Aerobic Wear  Starter T-Shirts from  Sierra Design Fleece Jackets  ���Sierra Design Gortex Jackets  Crazee Wear Panto  VuenietT-StiliteABaieatoWrts 25%OFF  B.UJHL Equipment Clothing .25% OFF  Royal Bobbins Casual Wear       30*>OFF  up to  MIL BAY  NEW SUMMER HOURS  o/o OFF on many histore specials]  RONTRUNNERS  Mon - Sat ��� 9 - 6  F"day9- 9  TRAIL AVE H COWRIE ST., SECHEL T 885-?512      Sund.lv ��� 10 - 5  GIBSONS PA RK PLAZA  Mon   Sat in   (  *   ���   r nu<  ) - q    886-4830  r  WIMwood logger* who  ���cored 100 per cent on  their flrefl|hlrr training  course received congratulations from forester  Dan Paul and Robin  MacGregor of Vancouver Helicopters. From  left to right: Don Fisher,  Alex Jackson, Dan Paul,  Ron MacGregor, Paul  Cooper, BUI Nestman.  Not shown: Todd Cavalier and Bud PresL  used lo be Ihe old Tourist Info  Centre), Talewind Books and  Rooks n' Stuff in Sechelt and  Ihe Coasl Book Store in Gibsons. Proceeds go to the Transition Mouse.  Say cheese)  Pictures taken at the Hard  Times dance may be seen at the  Indian Band Complex.  devls bey news  By Jo-Anne Sheanh  Praises are being heard in  regards to the Sandcastle Competition and this week I have the  list of winners. They are: under  10 - firsl, Bob Nicholson; second, Jennifer Barnes, Ashley  Wistenberg and Elizabeth  Barnes; third, Jeff Kluge and  Nicholas Meisl. Under IS: first,  Michelle Lewis, Devon Brown,  Erica Acton, Kelsey Corroran,  Adam Brown and Sarah Lasuta;  second, Keyo White, Halli  Welsh and Gen Matialion. Over  IS: Kalsloand Bessler.  Group winners were: first,  Mclean, Able and Corman. Second, Davidson, Cristleman,  Christie and Mjanes. Third,  Graham and Blake. So there  you have the victors for 1992.  Congratulations to them all.  Berry picking  A little bird has whispered in  my ear (could it be Marlis?) that  it's jusl aboul time for blackberry picking. To all those who  have pledged their efforts over  the past year to help Jacob harvest his berries, this is your  opportunity to turn talk into  action. Do give him a call.  Fishing derby  The Annual Charlie Brook-  man Fishing Derby will be held  this year Aug. 22, for 11 am to  I pm in Davis Bay. Registration  will lake place on the parking  lot of the Beach Buoy Drive-in,  with the pie-ealing contest to  follow. The Derby is sponsored  annually by Turner Berry of the  Peninsula Market, with prizes  donated by numerous local merchants and businessmen. Open  to kids ages S to 12, it It an  entertaining challenge to all me  'fisher-folk' from baiting their  hooks to the expectation of  'hooking a big one." The prize*  are super and the thrills unlimited. Mark the date on your cal  radar.  Proverb  A Hindu proverb says: "If  your foot slips, you may regain  your balance; if your mouth  slips, you cannot recall your  words."  Enjoy eating well  and being active.  Feelgood  about yourself !  rvmrnvcraisWa)  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Inn your can a hoot will ib  iM   AaiamlCarr  Maaaeah^aamfmmmn  ***���H ���������-*- |  ���V-fabr feat Oat* or Un* fcnto  Ca-Ul SfttRON 885-2228  .B))CulMltM-U'at4  [demiKmal  BOWMO LICENSED INSURED  Branch��� C^ Tai  mm  mm^^amm^mammmmmmmmm^mmm\  ���BMBMBiiMBIittBi Coast News, July 20, 1992  Ruth Forrester  For the pasl 26 years people  have been saying "The best fair  yet!" The same applied lo the  1992 Halfmoon Bay Country  Fair which turned oul lo be the  usual roaring success, lhanks  mainly to the hard working  committee who put Ihe whole  thing together and see lo it that  things run smoothly.  The weekend affair started  off with Ihe car rally on Friday  evening when the'firsl prize  went lo Lee and Leigh of Pas-  limes. Second place went to  John Famr and Jan McQual,  wilh third for Ihe team of Donna  Johnson and Mania Anderson.  Coming in al ihe tail end were  Sandy and I.airy Paradon who  were awarded a booby pri/e.  Kids' tolling derby  Saturday morning say a  crowded dock ai Halfmoon Bay  when the kids' fishing derby  was the event of Ihe day.  Thanks to the B & J Store,  everyone enjoyed hot dogs and  pop. all the kids got a prize of  some kind, and a gieal lime was  had by all.  On Sunday morning, the big  event for the fit folks on Ihe  Coasi was the three-and-a-half  mile race from Connor Park lo  Coopers Green,.The overall  winner David Hainuni completed the course in 19 minutes and  40 seconds. Shirley Bruce was  first among the women.  Winning the event in ihe various categories were Quinn  Barabash, I.aura Douglas, Kyle  Bruce, Caillln Douglas, Dusty  Dlckeson and Jason Gallagher.  The masters event winners were  community  halfmoon bay happenings  Halfmoon Bay Country Fairgocrs were treated to a display of medieval armour and lighting.  Joel Jtihnslone pholo  Ken McRobcrts and Susan Peel,  while Prank McKenna won the  seniors event. Congratulations  are due to all of those who took  part and who finished Ihe  course, regardless of Iheir times.  Baking contest judged  Judging for the baking contest took place on Sunday afternoon with Ihe following results:  Adult prize winner was Mary  Butryn with Samanlha Sherman  second and Fiona West third. In  the adull cookies category it was  Maureen Heaven winning first,  Rita Clark second and Helen  Friesen third. Childrens' cookie  winners were first, Melissa and  Matthew Williams, a second  place tie between Heather Foley  and Caitlin Douglas and third,  Jillian Merrick. In the jam  department Bob Wilson was  first, Pixie Daly second and  Gena Tilley third.  The big winner in the SO-50  draw was Cindy Ewan, daughter-in-law of Bill and Mary  Ewan of Eureka.  Smile contest  There were lots of contests  and fun things for Ihe kids at the  fair, one being the traditional  smile contest.  Kristin Look had the biggest  smile of those up to seven years,  Greg Pahjina and Kyle Bruce  shared in ages eight to II. Lisa  Amberg won for the 12 to IS  and Bob Miller for 16 and up.  One of the very enjoyable  events was the family dinner on  the Saturday evening which was  a great success and thoroughly  enjoyed by all.  The after-dinner entertainment was also great with solo  performances by some of Nikki  Weber's Quartertones group.  The excellence of these  young people's performances  really surprised a lot of people  who had never heard them sing.  The ease and confidence with  which they performed was quite  amazing.  The Ihree performers were  Carleen Rudland, Ann  Konopasek and Sarah Norris.  Thanks girls!  Q$6appp ��&irthdap Oty>!  STOREWIDE  1/2 PRICE SALE  Thurs. July 23rd till Sat. Aug. 1st  excluding accessories * under garments  Cowrie St.. Sechelt  885-2916 v m a  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  golden lifelines  By Joyce Ostry  May Widnian, at 885*5200,  is organizing a boal cruse up Ihe  Princess Louisa Inlet on August  6. This is a day Irip and price  includes lunch and transportation. May asks that you get in  touch with her soon so lhal she  can book the tour and assure  you of a place.  The Senior picnic is on  August 20.  When there is a Christmas  Bazaar lo think of, plans and  work musl start early - and lhat  means now. Virginia Eskdal is  now craft chairperson, finishing  oul Ihe year in place of Isobel  Draper who moved to White  Rock. There have been many  ciaft friends who have moved  and we need people Remember,  membership age in Senior's is  40 and older, bul come out anyhow. Willing hands and hearts  arc al! that's necessary. Crafts  meel every Thursday morning,  al 9:30 am.  Watch for  THE 1992  SEA  CAVALCADE  SCHEDULE  OF EVENTS  IN THE  JULY 23rd  SPECIAL  EDITION  OF  Restaurants  Over the past year, I've had  the occasion to overnight in  Vancouver once or twice a  monlh. One has lo eat and so  this article is my view on some  restaurants in the city.  At the Pan Pacific, for over  $15, I ordered pasta listed as  filled with salmon and seasoned  with dill. When the "bowl"  arrived my first thought was, I  didn't know I'd ordered pero-  gies. I couldn't detect any dill  seasoning in the filling. However, ihere was a spring of dill in  Ihe middle of Ihe bowl. This had  a "no name brand" sauce.  My friend ordered a steak  (not too many surprises with  steak), took one bile and signalled Ihe waitress. She asked  for A-1 sauce and Ihe waitress  straightened her back and said  the chef develops his own sauce.  My friend responded, "Be that  as it may, I still want A-1  sauce." She giggled and won  dered if we were classed as  peasants in the kitchen. They  didn't have A-1 sauce, but Lea  and Perrins was brought lo the  table. The chef must cheat a bit  using Lea and Perrins.  For special times, we often  go to the Cannery. Our latest  experience there was a disappointment. The Oysters Rockefeller were still superb but our  fish entree was dry and Ihe vegetables rubbery. The Blue  Heron, oul east on Porpoise Bay  road, ranks ladders above the  Cannery, with the Boathouse  Keg in Horseshoe Bay coming  in second.  One can't mention seafood  and not be impressed by The  Only on Hastings. There are no  alcoholic beverages and the fast  ' tetvice and fast cooking of the  'menu that is only seafood comes  to the table tasting like it's  straight from the sea. The price  is very reasonable and Ihe atmosphere, on Hastings, is earthy.  Sea Cavalcade  we may have just  the thing you want!  HELP THE  Doinllom    886-2418 or Box 598  Cj* tX/AAhV -ag  l^iTW WM   I  Here We Grow Again!!  RE/MAX "top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome  Dorothy Reznik to Its growing team of Professional Realtors  Dorothy Ktonlk  Dorothy has hid a successful start In  real estate and comes to us with 12  years of practical business  management plus psychology and  computer courses through B.C.I.T.  Although Dorothy his only recently  been able to make Ihe Sunshine Coast  her permanent home, her family his  been established here for 11 yews.  Dorothy looks forward to offering her  friendly ind thorough service to both  past ind present customers ind cm  be conlicled il (office) 886-2670 or  (home) 885 5974  886-2670  Chance* an we're going to Mil your homo.  Why not call u*f kit?  Van. toll free ��� 682-7392  Smart.  Smarter.  i  j*  $35 rebate  (Offer valid from April I to December 31, W2).  tt^j**\ttm A  $70 rebate  lOjJer mllilfmm July I tu Demtilter .11. IW2I.  '^mmt  M *H   There are now over 100 Power Smart energy-efficient refrigerators to choose from. And to help you decide. Hydro is offering two  jP****'    significant cash rebates.* A $35 cash rebate for energy-efficient models or a $70 cash rebaie for super energy-efficient niodek  '?��iX.'Z2a?'       When you're shopping for a new fridge, be sure to ask your salesperson to slum you the qualifying Power Smart  models. A complete list is also available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. To receive our special Power Smart rebaie, HI!  in the rebate form and send il with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on its way hy return mail. And because your  new fridge is Power Smart, you also get ongoing energy savings. So you save now...and you save later.  *Rehates apply lo Canadian purchase* only.  BG hydro  i  HM K  i  10  Coast News, luly 20, 1992  Shop*Easy  Your family food store"  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-2025  Meat 885-9812      Bakery 885-9823  ���5s*"  Choose Our New Name!  Over the past three weeks, our customers have submitted hundieds ol suggestions lor  our new name lor the store Now we would like you to help in the linal selection  We have selected three names Irom all those suggested for you lo vote on When  voting, please remember lhat we hope this narrw will stick loi decades lo come We  want customers to leel comlortable using it. We want the name to portiay high  standards ol quality, service and selection to the ihoppmg public Most ol all. vve want  il to be a name you like  Please make your selection on the ballot below, fill in youi name, address and phone  number and any comment you may have and drop it in the ballot bo�� at oui service  counter Please vote only once Deadline lor voting is Salurday. July 25th We will be  drawing names al random lor 2   101b Toblerone bais (value $125 eachl and 10  $10  gilt certificates Thank you very much lor your help in Ihis search lor our new name  Name  Address  Phone    Comments  3 Claytons' Foods     ���*��� hirst Chain Foods     J Heritage Market j  Groceries  i  i  i  i  i  i  .j  You i .ml l��i> Nal�� Ji in iIk- I IS. - ii'a. only avilahlc in ( jiuiti Thill why...  The Buck Stops Here!  This coupon  worth $14.00  off a case of  12pkgs.  Krg pitel SIM',!! 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Produce  California or Washington  1.30 kg   Pender Harbour  Cucumbers  Hawaiian  Haibour  1.74 kg   Washington  RedF  .55 kg  ���59i  ���5wfo  79.  mmm*anWtb  Seafood  Black Alaska  Cod  19.62 kg   imitation Crab  8.80 kg   Frozen  .. ���Aii  '���ems in  our bulk  food  ' section  7.25 kg   Giound  9.46 kg..  'TT ���,���.������.:".  ���7%  Deli  2kg..~......u.t._:....yousave2.01  3P&  Fleetwood r  Honey Ham  100 g-sliced   Hot  |-��Kft ^MfMO/OU  5.10  IT*    Chicken  1"  mW    ea  8.80 kg   Family Pack  ���Regular  Ground Beef  1.96 kg   Shankless  Smoked .Picnics  2.18 kg   Family Pack  Fiying Chicken  Halves  2.84 kg   Flank Steaks  8.80 kg   Vans  .Bacon  500g  Fleetwood  OM Fashion  Hams  7.69 kg   Pork Ibndorloin  8.80 kg  Schneiders  Regular or Chunky ....375 g  Bakery  Hot Dog .Buns  Pkg of 12   Chocolate  BsMMaUBflalAA  MUWIKM  Pkg of 6   Caramel Rings  454 g   .Lsmon Coffee  Cake  Apple Pie  gr ,".���".'   3*b  ���89 ib  ���99 &  3*V>  3r��t  3����.  1��  IB*  3"  327  3^  6O0 off  Any Deli Item  y{ui��*  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires July 26, 1992.  **  WLmmmm Coast News, July 20, 1992  11  community  Long-time Pender Harbour residents Ceorge and Margaret Bennett received quite a surprise when  their seven children and nine grandchildren dropped in Tor a family reunion. Organized by their  daughters, the reunion brought together relatives from the Uniled Kingdom, Florida, Ontario and  Winnipeg. Roxanne Gregory phtHo  By Lynn Mees  A murder of crows conies to visit us every now  and again. They are quite impressive together as a  whole group. I've never seen so many crows  together at one time. The eagle's nest on our property is frequently visited by Ihe kids in search of  remains from the bird's kill. They always come  back with a find. Lots of ospreys around loo.  Things have been pretty mellow around "the  Mont" which is greal. The impact of tourists has  been pretty quiet so far.  For those of you who are aware of your surroundings as you walk or drive into Egmonl,  you've seen the competed painting of the black-  fish, orca or killer whale, which ever you choose,  hanging on the south wall of the school. With the  lawn mowed, Ihe new fruit trees and K.K.'s new  painling, the Egmonl School looks splendid. Next  step - enough children! You all know the rest.  There certainly are going to be enough kids  around in Ihe near future. There's a few pregnant  moms-to-be around - a new generation of monsters. We sure do need some public transport  around here. There's a few people here who would  make good use of il.  Until next time, be happy.  Chamber tracks tourism trends  Although the tourism marketing study sponsored by the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  is only four weeks old some surprising trends are emerging  from comments made by 700  visitors.  In the pre-season period it  appears thai the majority of visitors were staying with friends  and family. In July there was a  shift to campgrounds and motels  as the preferred accommodation.  On a scale of I-10, the Sunshine Coast ranks 9 as a vacation area (weather, scenery, fishing, beaches) and nine for overall vacation experience (thor  oughly enjoyable).  Based on reports from the  ambassadors who are doing the  "one-on-one" interviews with  visitors, the most liked things  about Ihe Coast are our scenery,  friendly people and customer  service.  "A major surprise, says  Chamber president, Al Driscoll,  "is the number of inquiries from  people who are interested in  staring a business on the Sunshine Coast. Forty individuals,  some from as far away as Germany, have requested further  economic profile information  from the Chamber of Com  merce. The main purpose of the  visit for a large number of people is to look for real estate with  an eye to retirement.  The Chamber says the study  will produce valuable statistical  information which can be used  by every business and government body on the Sunshine  Coast. "It would be most irresponsible to suggest that these  prrliniwfry findings are scis*i- c  tifically valid, we will ail have  to wait until January when the  5,000 surveys have been entered *  and a final report generated,"  says Chamber president Ann  Kershawo.  By Jacalyn Vincent  It was greal to hear the  enthusiasm in SCRD official  Sheane Reid's voice when he  spoke about the response  received from the public meeting held on the study of the  Pender Harbour area lakes. Mr  Reid stated that the input and  suggestions from various residents were very well put, the  comments excellent and wilh  the public and the SCRD working together the more the  chance of retaining good water  quality and regulations for  around the lakes.  The study indicated thai all  Ihe lakes were in good condition regarding water and environmental quality. The study  and the public meeiing are stepping stones for belter understanding of the lakes and Ihe  watersheds in our area.  If you ever have a comment  concerning the lakes, waterfront  resident or not, you may either  write or voice your opinion to  ihe planning department at the  SCRD office in Sechelt. Working together in the early stages  will benefit us all in the future.  Volunteers needed  If you missed the organization meeting held July 17 for  the Save the Strait Marathon,  volunteers are still needed.  Please contact Marie at 883-  2140 forfurther information.  Parking zones Ignored  The Secret Cove road is  being monitored by the RCMP  for lack of public awareness of  Ihe "no parking" signs. Many  vehicles are being just left for  long periods of time especially  in the emergency access routes.  Be forewarned that vehicles  found in these ares will be  towed away at the owner's  expense.  As the tide changes  - Congratulations to Rev.  Clifford on his Super Catch of  the Day, a 39 lb salmon! Good  luck in the finals!  - Movie buffs - Pet Cemetery  II will be in the movie theatres  around September.   ��� ���-< ���  - Have fun playing bingo  every Thursday at 7:15 pm in  Ihe Community Hall!  Until next week - be good to  yourself  Notice Board  Ongnlnt events must he updated monthly  Wc reserve ihe right in edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer In non-profit events of genuine communily inlcresl  Ilems will be listed Ihree weeks prior lo Ihe event.  THURSDAY, JULY 23  Amnesty International Pot Luck Dinner  featuring The Honorable Sven Robinson MP.  speaking on Human Rights in China admission  $5.00 plus your lavorile dish. Tickets 886-3822,  885-7143 or 883-1154.  SATURDAY, JULY 25  ATTENTION KIDS!! Prizes and Funl Pel Dog  Show at  Dougall  Paik.  Pre-register   S  Sunnycrest Mall. 5-12 years old. For lurlher  Information please call Fian Bullock 886-8659.  31  Hunter Gallery will give a reception at 2:00pm  lor artist Rosemary McLennan to open her show  "Clay and Fibre" Public welcome.  TUESOAY, JULY 28  Christian Women's Club �� Friendship Colfee  Bible Studies. Canadian National Missionary  Margret Decasseres invites interest ladies to  meet with her at 10-11:30am, 12633 Spicer Rd.  Madelia Park. For into call 883-9443 or 883-  2842.  WEDNESDAY, JULY 29  Gibsons Pensioners Branch 136 invited to the  Regional Board picnic. Transportation will be  provided Irom Departure Bay in Nanaimo to the  picnic site at Bowen Paik. For more Inio call  886-9518.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 1  Gambler Island - Arts and Crafts Fair IO-4pm.  New Community Centre at New Brighton.  Transportation via Dogwood Princess Irom  Langdale.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 4  Or. Michel Odent will be speaking ol State ot  the art Maternity Care. For into call 886-8468,  885-2322.7:30pm at Rockwood Lodge.       31  MISCELLANEOUS  Every Selurday during July and August. Meat at  11:00am at the Sunthlne Coaet Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centie at the lool ol Trout Lake  Rd., Hallmoon Bay. Tour of the Caren Range.  For into phone 883-2807. ��33  '92 Orentatlon eel to start at UBC. Heading lo  UBC this fall? Gel to know all the Important  things with the help ol Orientation '92. All lirst-  year students, their parents, and college transfer  students are invited lo attend. For more  Information call 822-3733.  The Sunshine Coast Volunteer and  Inlormation Centre only has a lew community  directories left and would like to get rid of them  before starting a new reprint In 1993. A special  price ol $3.00 has been pul on the lew lelt. Call  885-5881 tor more Inlormation or to Older.  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hwy 101  & North Rd. Gibsons. Fun days. One people  one planet, side by side, hand In hand, ages 5  to 12.9-12:30, Mon lo Thurs, 9-2 Friday. August  17 to 21. Registration lee $5.00. Everyone  welcome. For Into call 886-3354 or 886-9569.31  Sechelt Public Library Summer Reading  Program 6 Wednesdays starling July 8 - Aug.  12th. 1:30-2:30 at library. Children aged 6-12  welcome. More info 885-3280. 31  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open until  5:00pm.Displays are constantly changing. There  Is something ol interest lor all ages.Localed al  716 Winn Road. Visit the Sunshine Coast's  regional museum today.  Bethel Baptist Summer Fun. July 6 August  26th. Monday to Friday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) lor  more Into please call Tracey Jardine. 885-2454.  27  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum Is open seven  days a week. The various displays are constantly changing. Everyone Welcome. Located at 716  Winn Road in Holland Park, across Irom  Gibsons Post Ollice. For Into 886-8232.       26  Totem Lodge - Everyday Is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your community. 26  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop In, everyone welcome. 26  The Inter-Active Video Buelnese Disc  Progrem is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, ��205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959.. 26  MONDAYS  St. Hilda'e ��� St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more Into. 26  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise wilh Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12. 26  Overeats��� Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details. 26  Adult Children ot Alcoholics or  Dyefunctlonal Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9. 26  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For into call 886-2423. 26  TUESDAYS  Firsl Tuesday ol every monlh, local art rental &  salee at Sunshine Cosst Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Collee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent; any donations ol  unused dames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.26  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thuisday Irom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770. 26  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets  12:45-2:30pm, at the United Church, Glassford  Rd, Gibsons. Info: 886-7159. 28  Adult Children ot Alcoholics or  Dyslunctlonal Families meet al the Action  Centre in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9:00pm. 26  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrill Shop in basement ol  church oil Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  26  Gibsons Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tia Chi  at 1:30 and caids at 7:00 pm tor seniors al  Harmony Hall every Friday. Into BB6-9619 or  886-9000. 26  SATURDAYS  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00 -11:00pm. 26  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coaet Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  ages. _ 26  itan$999CDN /r~^  Standby for B.C residents I  HOLLAND AMERICA LINE  Depature Date August 13  aboard the NS Nieuw Amsterdam  Conditions Apply/Taxes Extra  EVERY SUNDAYNIGHT  PRIME RIB DINNER  $a  With all the trimmings  Reservations Requested  l   Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  >       SAVE  15%  on your  menu selection alcoholic beverages  not included  DOCKSIDE DELI  Open dally from 6am - 3pm for breakfast and lunch  Go Green.  This Week. Every Week.  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8e Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  CaaWTtuvuf't  JAABWA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps&'Covers  Upoblny & liepain  MAk'IMA  'IIAKMACY  883-2888  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2066  RECREATION  Pender harbour  Golf Course  visitors Welcome  I /2 Mile North of GAaaotN bay rd.  HWY. tOI 883-9541  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Una Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner ol Sunshine Coast Hwy. ft  Francis Peninsula Rd 883*276'  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Pamela, Haarboua. B c 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  >s  A* Chantm i llaailng L-aau-aan ��� Baka Haaaul.  3 RESTAURANTT  1-2674 883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  einoAie  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds   663-9303   u matrix  Miss Sunny's  HiUR BOUTIQUE  883*2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  Hicrh fallow voltage power lines  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  Si Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic System*  883-9222  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883*9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  WM 12  Coast News, luly 20, 1*>4I2  NEW  :hina kitchen  ANNOUNCES  DELIVERY SERVICE  5pm to Closing  a^j     with minimum $15 order  I 886-3028  f Join us every day for buffet!  leisure  Top brass blowing into Sechelt for  this year's Festival of the Written Arts  Sound the trumpets and beat  the ilium-.' Ihe Idih annual Fes  lival of Ihe Written Arts begins  ihis year with two thrilling brass  concerts thai will lift the roof.  Cornucopia Brass Ensemble  conies in the Festival Pavilion  on Saturday, August 8 al 8 pm  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  FHATURE RESTAURANT OP  THE WEEK  cHuUias  dx zitauxank  Now Open in Seavieiv Place  Highway 101 Gibaona  l'<imi/y Dinina- with a Special  Children's Menu  Reasonable Prices And Good Food  Our Specialty  186-2993  Sunday-Thursday ll:am- 10:pm  Friday - Saturday 11:am - ll:pm  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch snd dinner special every day. Every  Wednesday nighl is Prime Rib  Nighl. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's greal  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2:30 pm Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886.1388 Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11am-10 pm.  Tire Boat House - lust a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  al a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  .served between 10:30 am and 2  pat. Friendly ssralae in a relaxed  .atmosphere and fabulous meals  are jusl some of Ihe reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make Ihe necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Caie Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared wilh  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  Ihe premises. Outside dining, lake  oul orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coasls's  bistro...as unique as the Coasl  itself. Mon k Tues 9 - 5. Wed - Sat  9 - 9. Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for  your lunch! 885-9962..  Dar Lebanon Restaursnt ��� Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Hild-A-Way Rsstsurant - 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 lo your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm- 10pm Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, wilh a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  nighl 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seals  plus banquet room.  HWllCai Family Rsstsurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are sleaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed k air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Village Restaurant - Cozy family  style cafe with an extensive menu  featuring special pasta dishes,  steak and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch  and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am  lo 8 pm; Fri., Sat. k Sun., 7 am lo 9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9811. Visa k Mastercard  accepted.  The Omega Plus. Steak and Lobster  Houss ��� With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, Ihe Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasla,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour al 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner daily 4 - 9  pin. fri. & Hal ,'til 11) pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough  made on the premises. A children's  menu is also available. Join us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  - 2:00 p.m. Our Dockside deli is  open daily 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for  breakfast and lunch. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road, Secret Cove. Reservations  recommended. 885-7184.  The Wharl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at ils  besl Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  Nl* China Kitchen ��� GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am -10 pm. Friday  k Saturday, 11:00 am - 11:30 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm ��� 9:00 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028.  Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Bickiddy Pub - Enjay the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyte specialties in the pub; or Ihe casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north ol Egmont on Maple Road  Pub open Daily at 11:30 am.  Kilchen hours - Mon 4 1 ues 11:30-  7:30, Wed -Fri 11:30-9:00, Sat tV Sun  9:00 - 900pm.  Cidin Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific  daily specials, available 'til 9 pm  every nighl. We're known for our  great atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'til midnight,  Fri. k Sal. open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 886-8171.  Sechelt Legion 1140 - One of the besl  bargains on the Coasl, every Friday nighl, are the fabulous barbe-  qued sleak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. lop sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday lo Friday from  11 am lo 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish k Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetisers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting wilh ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 wilh our kilchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard k Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Hiron Inn - Located on Ihe  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle al your  table To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully  licenced. Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5  pm. 885-3847.  Chu Philippe il Bonniebrook Lodge  Open for Sunday Brunch. Chef  Philippe, formerly of Ihe Roof  Restaurant at Ihe Hotel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook. We have  fine West Coast cuisine prepared  from fresh B.C. ingredients, an  extensive wine list and expert service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait  and the surrounding shoreline.  Watch Ihe sunset from your table.  Take a stroll along the beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road  to Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended 886-2188.  Visa, Master-card. Full licensed.  Open 5:30 lo 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino ��� Dine in Ihe fines! ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around Ihe 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  flamhe desserts are prepared al  your tableside. Our iunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30- 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  Ihru Mon 4:30 ��� 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886  3891.  Lord Jlm'i Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set Ihe theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a nighl to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d' hole". Summer hours  Monday through Sunday 8:00-  2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885- 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie t Gwen's Drive 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 $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  -_*���  wilh a program that ranges from  Hach to Debussy to Fiddler on  the Roof. Cornucopia combines  ihe rich sound of three French  horns, two trombones and a  trumpet  The Georgia Strait said of a  recant Cornucopia concert that  Iheir music "had more profound  and majestic moments than a  sailpast of tall ships..." This  concert is sponsored by  Talewind Books and Sunshine  Coast Building Supplies.  The Solid Brass Trombone  Band lhat follows Cornucopia  into the Pavilion Wednesday,  August 12, is an exciting nine-  piece jazz ensemble that features Five of the West Coasl's  Finest trombonists with a backup  i hyiliin section.  The band comprises alumni  from Ihe orchestras of Harry  James, Buddy Rich, Hugh Fraser, Fred Stride and Bobby  Hales. The best known member  of the band is the Sunshine  Coasl's own Dave Robbins, one  of North America's finest trombonists and an alumnus of the  Harry James Orchestra.  The group's repertoire features original compositions and  unique arrangements written by  Canada's top jazz composers.  Hear 'Solid Brass' ���;"���  on August 12 for  whal the CBC's  Ian Alexander  calls "a truly marvellous sound."  All this music  'Opening night  stars the  wonderfully  wacky actress,  heralds ihe start of playwright Nicola  the Festival itself.       Cavendish.'  Opening    night   __________  stars the wonderfully wacky actress/playwright  Cornucopia is one of two brass  opening or this year's festival.  Nicola Cavendish. In a 17-year  career in theatre, film and television, the Vancouver-based  Cavendish has played in roles  _____ lhal include Eliza  Dooliltle in Pygmalion (Vancouver Playhouse),  Edith in Blithe  Spirit (Neil Simon  Theatre, New  York) and Sybil in  Private Lives  (Shaw Festival),  and    her    besl-  known role, the tremendously  Gibsons Legion Hall  ,,$!��, July 25  8:30 -12:30    ,  Tickets Sold  at the Bar  $12  KI-GHBnC us  raw  ata__   _kf_M*f____h  '^wP*P^V^*7.. **^***WWflB?vS^ff"  JCRIB  *-*"       Saturdays  MIMIEM HID illHTI WELCtMI  8862411  ensembles which will herald the  photo submitted  successful one-woman show  Shirley Valentine, for which she  garnered unanimous critical  praise and a nomination for best  actress in this year's Dora  Mavor Moore Awards.  She is the author of North  Shore Live: A Satire on Television, and Snowing on Saltspring  (in which she also acted).  Meel the actress herself at the  Festival in August. Tickets are  at the Festival box office in the  former Chamber of Commerce  Infocentre at Rockwood or  phone 886-9631.  Festival  still needs  volunteers  If you've ever wanted lo  become a volunteer for the Festival of the Written Arts, this is  the year to get Involved.  With the festival's expanded  10th anniversary celebrations  and new concert series, more  volunteers are needed to make  il all go smoothly.  If you would like to sew,  cook, garden, serve food, sell  tickets, arrange flowers, move  chairs and tables, be part of the  Pavilion's technical crew, or do  any of Ihe hundreds of other  jobs that are part of creating a  successful Festival of the Written Arts, call 885-9631 and ask  for Eleanor.  She'll be happy to find you  a job that fits your special talents.  886-2445  200-1100 Highway 101  Gibsons Park Pima  OPEN 7 DAYS  Monday to Saturday  3:00pm -10:00pm  Sundays & Holidays  4:00 pm-10:00 pm  Delivery Hours  4:00 pm-10:00 pm  4:00 PM - MIDNIGHT  FRIDAY & SATURDAY  WeVte  ONLY  B.C.  Chicken  or M.S.Oe  SUMMER SPECIALS  Family Pack  One Large Lasagna  One Large Fries  12 Pieces of the Original  | Hickory BBQ Sauce Chicken |  2 Cans of Beverage  B.B.Q. Ribs  2for1  2 Orders BBQ Ribs with  Lasagna or Spaghetti  2 Cokes, 2 Garlic Toasts 1  19  95  m  95  Pasta  2 fori  Baked Lasagna or Baked  ���Spaghetti or Baked Ravioli I  1 2 Cokes, 2 Garlic Toasts  15 Pes. BBQ Chicken Wings  _f  95  M_M__ Coasl News, July 20, 1992  13  leisure  Harman forges ahead,  not a backward glance cast  from page 1  Harman said he relied on  photographs of soldiers io  model his three bronze figures,  but added the finished sculptures won't be exact likenesses  of those pictured. "They're  more like composites," he said.  "...You wouldn't want to put up  a statue of someone in particular  then find out they've murdered  their mother or something."  Harman said his work on the  soldiers was underway while the  Queen's sculpture was coming  to life and he will have spent  two years on them by the time  the three are unveiled Oct. 8. To  meet the October deadline liar-  man has a number of assistants  working with him, including his  son Stephen and sculptor Steve  Majcher, who has worked under  the master for around 10 years.  When asked if his son, who  halted his college career to help  with the project, would follow  his father's artistic path, Harman shakes his head and smiles.  "No... he's too intelligent."  Last week the foundry was a  bustle of activity when four of  Harman's assistants, dressed in  space-age silver suits  to protect them from       the searing heat, prepared mol-ten bronze  to be poured into  waiting casts. Each  cast represents an  anatomy segment of  one of the three  sculpted bound-for-  Ottawa peacekcek-  ers. Finished bits of  the three soldiers lie       on the lawn outside  near Bannister and Landy, a  macabre littering of bronze  limbs waiting to be attached to  yet-to-be-casl torsos.  "Each (statue) will weigh  around 700 to 800 pounds when  finished," Harman noted.  There is more history to view  in Harman's foundry than the  bronze history being created,  however. In storage spaces  Harman at work on the Peace Monuement (above) and (below) the bronze John Landy.  Joel Johnstone photo  Herman has  also cast tbe  work of  renowned  native  sculptors  along the walls above the  foundry area, keeping dull  watch on the activities below,  are the plaster forms of past  artistic glories, some of which  were designed by other artists  and cast by Harman.    One form, placed  in corner, is about  seven-feet long, but  only a hand and one  leg can be seen  protruding over the  edge of the wall.  "That's Terry  Fox," says Harman,  "I cast him for  (sculptor)       John        Hooper in the early  '80s." It's Ihe form  for the Terry Fox sculpture now  standing in the Canadian capital.  Harman has also cast the  work of renowned native sculptors like Robert Davidson, Jim  Han and Bill Reid.  With regard to his own art,  Harman said he started concentrating oh sculpting in the 1930s  after a slint as a graphic designer. In 1978 he opened a bronze  casting foundry in Gastown but  moved operations lo Roberls  Creek in 1989 after the provincial government took over his  building for a senior's housing  project.  "There weren't any other  suitable buildings in Vancouver," Harman said, "so we  looked around and found this  place (in Roberts Creek)...the  barn was perfect (for a  foundry)."  In addition to creating the  Bannister/Landy sculpture, the  Queen and the soon-to-be-finished Peacekeeping Monument,  some of Harman's noted works  include the I S-foot fountain at  UBC, "Themis," the nine-fool  Goddess of Justice figure at the  courthouse on Vancouver's  Robson Street, and the nine-foot  bronze rendering of Harry  Jarome in Stanley Park.  As for the future, Harman  says there are major works in  the offing, but he is reluctant to  discuss them.  "There's nothing definite  yet," he said. "Bul projects have  been talked about."  > "Then again," he continued,  "...the last two years have been  hell and I could use a rest."  en the arts beet  What, more an?  The second half of the  Coast-wide survey of artists  and craftspeople opens ihis  Tuesday, July 21, and runs  until Sunday, Aug. 9. The show  will include sculpture, pottery,  woodwork, abstract and expressionist painling, stained glass,  weaving and printmaking.  Where the works in part one  were mostly serene, harnio  nious and romantic, a high proportion of the work in part two  challenges ihe viewer wiih  either unusual form or content,  unfamiliar media, aggressive  shape and mass, social and  political comment, humour and  other enigmas. There are artists  here who aim solely for a realization of beauty, but here are  many more who successfully  treat some of the myriad other  issues which engage active and  enquiring minds.  There will be a reception  Saturday July 25, 2pm at the  arts centre in Sechelt.  SECHELT GIBSONS  ISABELLA  a  yftWL IN THE^ARDEMS  The Festival of the Written Arts presents  Five of the West Coasfs finest trombonists ,  with a four piece rhythm section  perform music by Miles Davis,  Eddy Heywood, Herbie Hancock,  Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie.  Wednesday, August 12   8 PM  Festival Pavilion,  Rockwood Centre  Tickets: JIO.OO from  the Festival ticket office  at Rockwood Centre  Tel: 885-9631  Fan: B85-J967  Visa & Mastercard  accepted.  VSO coming to Sechelt Aug. 16  The Vancouver Symphony  comes to Sechelt on Sunday,  August 16 for one performance  only in the Festival Pavilion at  the Rockwood Centre.  Thirty-five performers will  deliver a program of glorious  music by Richard Strauss,  Anton Dvorak and J.S. Bach  that will close the celebration of  the I Oth Annual Festival of the  Written Arts in grand concert  style.  Among the solists will be  Linda Lee Thomas (harpsichord), Camille Churchfield  (flute), Joan Blackman (violin),  Akira Magal (violin) and Beth  Orson (oboe).  The conductor will be Clyde  Mitchell. For tickets, visit the  festival box office at the Rockwood Centre or call 885-9631  for advance bookings.  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Competing in the Olympics  is the dream of mosi young athletes, bul Richardson's coach  Dan Cross says it's a real possibility.  "She's one of the most hardworking swimmers we have,  and her stroke form is impeccable," he said. "Keep pumping  away in the weight room, and  she's got as good a shot as any  Canadian to make it."  Richardson is already on her  way to another Olympics, the  17th World Summer Games for  ihe Deaf in Bulgaria nexl summer.  She won her place on the  team with an outstanding performance al the Canadian Deaf  Rae-Mairi Richardson with her mother Shannon after the B.C.  Summer games. Nancy Moote photo  Swimming Championships in  June, where she won nine gold  medals, one silver, and a trophy  for most accumulated points.  Cross, who has been coaching Richardson for two years,  said she swam belter than he'd  ever seen in lhal meet. "I was  amazed because four years ago  she had some pretty serious  injuries from a skiing accident,"  he said.  The injuries came just after  Richardson returned from her  first world deaf games in New  Zealand, where at twelve she  was the youngest competitor.  In that accident, she ripped  the muscles along the right side  of her rib cage, and they never  healed properly. "It look me  aboul eight months of working  with her to find out," said  Cross. He had Richardson rest  for four months, then put her on  a weight training program. Lasl  month's national meet was the  first time she's turned on her  full swimming speed.  Richardson competes  against hearing swimmers without trouble. Cross said.  If a pool uses a laser starter,  she can watch for the flash  while other swimmers listen for  the sound. If a starling gun is  used, she watches for the swimmer in the nexl block lo begin  moving.  Richardson summed up her  training plan for the Bulgaria  games succinctly. "Practice,  practice," she said, speaking in  sign while her mother Shannon  translated. 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KP.  on #3 Hugh Maginnis & on #6  ladies Sylvia Thirlwell, men Jim  Menzies. Low putts went to  Moni Langham & Lois Haddon.  High gross went to the team of  Neild Reeder & Hazel Char-  boneau.  I have heard via the golf  grapevine that "TED  DOHRINDT had a hole in one  on #3. Yo Ted, your slipping,  you didn't phone and tell me  aboul it. congratulations.  Senior Mens Day. July 7; 39  golfers played low net.  First net at 59 was Cece  Clements, Cece is one of our  oldes members of the seniors  club, 2nd low net at 62 was  George Langham, George shot a  gross of 71, nice game George,  3rd low net at63 Brownie &  Willi Marcinkowski,.Bownie  had a gross of 72, 4th low gross  at 64 Bill Cameron, 5th low net  at 65 Bob Sgansky, Bill  Hawkins, Neil Reeder, Jim  Menzies and Bob Hagar. K.P.  on #3 George Langham, & on  #6 Brownie.  Ladies Day, July 9  Twelve ladies participated in  the "Ruth Norman" novice tour-  bridge corner  by Rudy Notzl  Playing with "God" - the  ninety-six year old comedian  George Burns, a bridge enthusiast (does that explain his  longevity?!) In company of his  peers, Iwo of whom forgot their  hearing aids and the third having  a bad cold, the bidding went as  follows:  ,-George opens one spade, left  hand opponent bids one heart,  one diamond by his partner followed by a bid on one club.  Sensing the hopefulness of the  situation, George says: "Goodbye gentlemen, we'll play  tomorrow" to which one of the  players chimes in "You look  good loo, George."  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  Winners:  July 8: Doris Housely & Jean  Coyle, first Kate Webb & John  Paterson, seend; followed by  Stan & Olga Johnson and Joy  Wilson with Joy Middlelon.  July 13: Spencer & Tiny  Clark, first; Joy Wilson & Joy  Middlelon, second; Jean Coyle  & Doris Housley, third.  nament Lavem Richardson was  the winner of ihe tournament  and will receive a trophy,  Shirley Grout was the runner up  and she received a beautiful floral arrangement.  The 18 holers played pin-  round, low gross wenl to Moni  Langham at 87 and low net went  lo June Reeder at 70.  Wendy Haddock broke a 100  with a 97. Good going Wendy!  Twenty-eight golfers played  in the Monday mixed twilight,  July 13, Ihe weather was great  and I overheard one woman  express "that the game was not  so hoi but ihe company was  greal!"  First low gross Hugh Maginnis and Hazel Charboneau. first  low net Sylvia Thirlwell and Ed  McAllister, second low net Pete  Waycott and Cathy McQuitly.  third low net Dutch Haddon and  Wendy Haddock, fourth low net  Eldy Gandy and Lii Abbott.  KP. #3 ladies Cathy McQuitly.  men Wilf Crowe and K.P. #6  ladies Elsie Colling and men  John Cameron. 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FT.  6:40 5.6  23    1:55 11.4  TH    5:45 10.7  11:40 13.9  g*-��B|N0E: Point Atklneon    gggSgST,  Pacific Standard Time  and 7 m,n for .ach I, ot laH  Tide Tables Courtesy of  JO bc ferries  Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdale  6:20 am        4:30 pm  8:30 M 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  10:10'  2:30  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pm M  Leave Earit Cove  6:40 am  8:20 M  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  M.  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am M 3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  1:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs.  ��� 886-8755 ���  CUPS, SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd.. Seacol.  Flelchei, Gower PI.. Franklin. Manne Dr  Depart '5:45am 1:45pm Depart 8:14am 4:11  Mall       7:45      3:45       Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45      5:45      Ferry 12:11pm 8:08  11:45      7:45      Terminal 2:08  ���No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  I hi' (iibsons Hus Sihi'dule Kiurlrsy  ROUTE 2 via Piatt, Chaster, King, Velerans,  Hwy. 101. Wookcreek Pk., SC Trailer Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall     '12:25 pm 6:20   Mall     12:45   6:40  '12:25 p.m. routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt  NOTE: No 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. or 6:20 p.m.  service Sat., Sun or Holidays  V  I  Siwcmt Ageticteft  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Travel  Red Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  -.t :   ��� Coast News, |uly 20, 1992  I*C*y JO** 2   iTISertS   Coast New8 Monday) Classified Peagnne^  ~ Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Gef 4 insertsp��*EE f far  *Am\m       JAW  V^. UamW^ml ^amW^ml  *M  Homes Si  Piouerly  Lasqueti Island 20 acie orgarec,  homestead, gaidens, orchard.  1400 sq II home $135,000  Phone 474-5935 ss  Leek Up MOO House Peckage  Allowability is now up to you  Well DuaU you the liame, complete with windows, eai doors,  sidang. loofnig and you finish the  inside 2 level house 1125 sq. It.  127.500: Rancher 1200 sq II  121,500. Bungalow 900 sq It  $18,500 Bukj tor less than $45 a  sq. It. lis last, inexpensive. h*gh  quality, energy ethcent and Fun'  See completed house Phone  946-7655 Paget 1-97W544I29C  WANTED W- 3 be-koom house  large lot, quiet toed. Roberts  Creek. Phone IM 1755. lv  ffl-MA. tot Britn.  TFNs  'ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE' Serviced, easy beach  $97,W. 1-2244190 ss  Waterlionl 3 bdim home plus  downstairs, development potential 13 acies with lower shell at  beach $199,000 885-5114 Jan  McKenna. ss  Ry ownei. 3 bdrm splat level  home. 11/2 balhs, larraly rm.. dbl.  garage. 3 appis A wood heatei.  located on 63��96' lol in cenlial  Gibsons. Close lo all amenities.  773 O'Shea Rd View by appr-nt-  m��il only Call 886-3940.  I26cn  Large Lot in Selma Park 3 bdrm.  2 balh, 2 t/p, A in law suile  $145,000 885-5489 eveiunqs   ss  Panorama  Walfi vie* lol let)   lading Howe  Sound 1 anoJalr gentk ,..[*��� Ir-r.l  Appto. .1iiii-ii,i...i . 79a?tl  Facina) weletOiri 1/2-.-ie  Serviced ��ilh iindeiymuiiil |hiw.i  caokvition. wal.i elc  Caatact H. Pappel  ���e:.sesiaiee*.7MS  2 1/2 acie serviced lot lot sale,  neai Secrel Cove. 224-6180.  ss  View lol, watei, hydro. $46,000  Kim. Chamberlin i Central. Gibsons. 866 9049. as  Stillwater. Soulh Powell River.  Basement home, view, beach.  $98.000.4879334. ss  Redioolls area on 6  acres Pnvale. charming  1500sq It home  $185,000. 885-7482  Vera pioperty. Gibsons. Reed Rd  by owner, close to beach A ler-  lies Phone t-248-6584    Mien  Ul acie Heed lol Garden Bay,  close lo mannas A lakes. No  agents. $45,000 886-8010.��28oi  4 bdrm. 2000 sq It. unique home  on a private 1/3 acie lot Post t  beam oak lloois throughoul, 5 min  walk liom beach A downtown  Robeils Cieek $175,000. By  ownei 886-9390. ss  New quality built home. VMCA  Rd.. Langdale. 3 bdrm up ensuite,  soaker lub. angle shower, cornel  sink. Main balhioom combinalion  bath/shower unil, 2 bdim. downstairs wilh balhioom tub/shower  Large utility room, rumpus room,  2 car garage. 885-4616.885-2735  eves ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  i.  i  i  4.   hi  I  a,  1.  a,  e.  lalakaaraaah AV Emm aa, aaaaJa i  nkjfitw ci rrvmeriy  10. Lot*  11. Fee-ad  1*. Nee A Livestock  13. mntc  14. Travel  II.  1*.  IT.  M. ���erteraTraaJe  It.  M.  II.  n.  a.  30. Bad i  SI. Far Rant  32. Commercial lor Rant  33.  34.  31. Business and Home  aa. Wanted to Rent  3d. Work Wenled  37. Child Cars  3d. Bualnasa Opportunltlee  31. Legal  40. Too Lata loCleeslty  _L  DBOP OFF YOUB  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 885-943.1  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK (iP.NP.RAl. STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930      \d  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksidc Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Homes &  Properly  THINKING  OF SELLING  'I Ant took ri n* es tajya-s Sf eeang  heme. I look et * m nekjeig Decern  ���Mm a** am aad oui ot m ���  NO QUIStION AIOUT II'-  CAll  KIN SHIARSMITH  885-6277  si*a*mMaurv��c.  iTiirtatoosr ucHiLt  885 -5290  Langdale. by ownei, allraclive  1056 sq. It 2 bdrm bungalow on  83'il63' lot. 690 sq. II. linished  bsml., 2 FP. insert in bsml. New  double windows and carpel, carport and cedar siding enterior.  886-9290. I295S  For Sale  Well maintained building zoned  commercial in conjunction with  residenlial. Presently used loi  assembly lot luilher details call  885-5693 evenings.        I29cn  For Sato by Owner  4937 Arbutus Drive, Davis Bay,  1854 sq. II. single level view  home on lull basemenl. 3 bdrm, 3  baths, prol. landscaped, Low  maintenance yaid, appraised al  5220.000 Piice reduced lo  210,000 No GST. Phone 885-  4500 lot appointment to view.  Open house Sunday July 12,1-  3pm. ��?9c!i  48' x 330' ol prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Marina. House  needs repair but could be lined  up foi recreational or rental use.  Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2), Double gaiage plus  storage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jenniler 1-389-7070. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redroolls.  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9880. Sf.  Looking to retire neai Beach Ave,  Roberts Creek. 885-7685 or 929-  9630 #29*  Soames t acie view lot, attractive  Iwo bedioom home with lovely  sunroom, nicely landscaped.  Close lo beach A tarry. $129,500.  886-2182. ss  Private sale - Veterans Rd.,  $129,900,110x75 lol, 3 bdrms., I  1/2 balhs, lenced yaid, close lo  everything. 886-2785 or message  886-7012. No Agents.      ��29W  OPENS 2-4 pm, July 4,5,11,12.  Waterlront Gibsons Bull. This 2/3  bdrm home oilers spectacular  views, beautilul beach, 3 car  garage. Live-in or use as summer  cottage - great potential lor future  development! 358 Avalon Drive  Asking $289,000. Bell Realty Ltd.  Lois Millington 926-7831. (24hrs)  886-9206. ��28w  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ' Relocation  CATALOOUK  568f Cowrie Si . Box 1219  Sechell. B.C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2199  Van Toll Free 684-8016  Waterlront Wesl Sechell, Trail  Island view, 104' x 280' .885-  7665. I29cn  Wanted: Waterfront property wilh  or without structure, privacy and  southern exposure important. Porpoise Bay preferred but not necessary. Maximum $100,000. Call  Vancouver 732-7435.      I29cn  New 3 bdrm, 1400 sq. II. wilh  mortgage helper down. Tralee  Place $179,900 call Craig 886-  2352. ��29w  Redroolls area on 6 acres. Private and lovely 2 storey cedar  home. 1500 sq It. Brighl, newly  linished, 3 bdrms, 1 1/2 balhs,  decks. $184,900.885-7492 ��28cn  View loi, 5 acres. Hallmoon Bay.  $89.1X0.885-2846. I31cn  iiimldiif  nauonai eui man setvice  Real ^Retirement,  RekiatHHUmbadi  at your service  J.HONMunro,  s NHS Gftsons 886-2277 J  Owner West Sechelt. Immaculale  2 bdrm home,, Sappls, drapes,  luxury carpels and extras. Large  carport, patio, low upkeep, lo view  call 865-9306. #29w  Handyman Special: Davis Bay,  view. 3 bdrm, 2 balhs, fireplace,  appis. $129,000.885-3572.l29cn  Homes S.  Property  $177,000. Gorgeous new 4 bdrm.  3 bath, gas l/place. vaulted ceiling, 2 storey home with view  Excellent neighbouihood 5816  Anchor. Phone lo view.. B8S-  3572. I30cn  Sale by ownei. Langdale 3 bdim.  2 storey. 1200 sq. It., quel, dead  end sheet, sundeck, carport,  ! drive-in gaiage, excellenl ocean  view. 3 blocks lo ferry and school,  bright open design kitchen, living  A caning room. Clean A well maintained. $168,000.8888258.  MOcn  Ocean A Mountain view, new  home in Oceanmounl Estaies.  Gibsons. 2300 sq. It, 3 bdim. 3  . bathrooms, open concept, view ol  Keats. Gull A Noriftshore mountains. Asking $245,000. Call 886-  9044. t30w  1/2 acie soulh lacing lot. i.'d'  Irontage x 195' on soulhworxl, m  Welcome Woods. Future waler  view potential $45,000. 8B5-  4804. (30cn  Davis Bay. Outstanding view lol  on Bluegrouse Road. Backs onlo  Iree larm. Septic approved  $79,000,885-2188. I29cn  Meici Doctoi Alice, Midwife  Wendy, nurse Valerie for helping  dekvei Misea Lagasse  e29w  Aie you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk'  Call the Sunshine Cosst Transition House lot conlidential 24 hi.  service 885-2944 TFN  2Boiirx)mHomeon  large lot, quiet ail cie sk,  Private cstablLstKxl  g;mlen;uxl.slinibs,  .All tippliaiKes, caiport  andsundecking  $139,000  IWISYKWNACKMKiVTI.Ti)  UNMIOM!  886*3714  Support Gioup forming tor gay  men and lesbians on Sunshine  Coasl Lei's gel together Box  381. Coasl News. Box 460, Gibsons. >31w  Individual, Couples A Family  Counselling Sliding Scale available Jan Micliael Sherman. 885-  5166. TFN  Private Counselling lor individuals, couples and lamihes. For  appis. Conlact Mary Lang (MSW-  RSW)al 886-8916. S30cn  Announcement  MASSAGE THERAPY practice  opening. David Dressier, R.M.T.  Gibsons Health Cenlre 886-3622  30w  TUuMSMlnqhurf C��mTlon<!  Cralls, Fancy ^Shirts & Vesls, Bags,  Leather Earrings, Fridge Magnets  Place: 925 Davis Rd, Cindy's Place  Open 10:00am ��� 3:00pm or  Phone any lime 886-3967  coffee A cookies FREE  Opening Day Fri. July 24.  ROBERTS CREEK 1/2 ACRE  Private, lores!, ocean side of highway. 2 bdrm and sludio, 5 appliances included. No agenls.  Owner, 805-7981. $195.,000.  FANTASTIC VIEW PROPERTY  Lol 15, Sandy Hook. Ready lo  build. 77x139, save on commission $42,000. Try an offer! 732-  6771. #31cn  Building lol, Shaw Rd., one block  liom shopping cenlre. 60' x 12(7  zened lor single dwelling oi  duplex. $69,500. Phone 886-  8550. ss  View lol overlooking Porpoise  Bay. Underground seivices, perc  tested, marina access, neai new  golf course. 885-7365.       ��29w  TRADE  1.6 view acres 8 mile circle, Victoria. For equity Gibsons area. 886-  3603. I31w  Spacious 3 bdrm,\ 2 baths home,  Wesl Sechell. 5 appliances, lull  basemenl, contains 1 bdm* suite,  asking $159,000.685-23B2.��31cn  TUTORS / PARENT  COUNSELLOR  Qualified Elementary A Secondary leachers interests: Mac  computers, literacy, hyperactivi-  tyfbehavior, college/career prepa-  ration. Ftione 886-2151.    ��3iw  Maiy Kay Cosmetics has a skin  caie piogram for every type of  skin - excellenl moisturizers,  glamour and body care. Ellory  Robertson 686-7803.  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  BERRY, Trevor and Suzanne  (nee Thomas) are very pleased to  announce Ihe birth of Jane Constance Suzanne Berry, June 30,  Bibs, lOoz, sister for Sara, Kale  and Thomas. She is welcomed by  grandparents Don and Ada Berry  of Mission Point, Jim Thomas,  Sechell and Elizabeth Balchelor  ol Robeits Creek. Sincere lhanks  lo Dr. Myhill-Jones for his kindness (and speedy arrival), lo Alice  and the gieal nurses al St.  Mary's, and lo Nana and Betsy for  terrific moral support!        ��29cn  Astrology classes wilh Jill Kirby  starting September. Regisler now.  886-7930. Mlw  We buy bear bottles snd bser  cans, paying 90 t/doz. 996-  8039. TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 866-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2565.    NC  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints  In All  Colours 01   ���  The flainfiot*,   S,  ..Including Green  Bill Wood  _  SECHELT 2L  A Bus. 885*2923  Res. 885*50581  A memorial service will be held lor  captain Bill Dolmage July 25th at  noon at 5636 Rutherford Rd. Hallmoon Bay lor lamily and friends.  92tcn  PREUSS: Emit Passed away  June 30th, 1992. Survived by 1  son Jack (Margol) 2 daughters  Chrlatel Hoehne (Kurt), Trudy  MacPhee, 6 grandchildren,, 4  greal grandchildren. No service  by request. #29cn  ROBINSON - Passed away suddenly al home on July 8, 1992.  Dan Robinson, late of Gibsons.  Born Nov. 14, 1920 in Sillon,  Manitoba. Survived by his wife  Audrey: a brother Jack: and relatives in Manitoba. No service at  Dan's request. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. I29w  The Sunshine Coast Home Sup-'  port Society, comprised ol Home  Support, Hospice, Meals on  wheels, Adult Day Cere, gratefully  receives 'In Memory' donations.  A card ac��nca��ledrjing Ihe gilt will  be sent to Ihe lamily. Upon  requesl the donor will receive an  official tax receipt. Please include  name ol deceased, name and  address of next-of-kin and donor.  Box 2420, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0.  12901  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  Join the Reform Party lot a new  Canada. 885-5866. IXW  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dis-  funciional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 for help.  NC  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  L'Ecole Passe Partoul, Camp  Douglas Roberts Creek - enrol  now lor K A 1. Inio call Robbin  885-5779, Allison 885-5363.M1W  Leam lo scuba dive. Professional  iiistiuctois Fun Pact CemiicalMi  Seaspon Scuba 885 9830   TFN  Blue Guatemalan shoulder bag.  Fairview Rd. area. 8864165.  I29cn  Blue Budgie 'Michie' Hew out of  Ihe cage at Palia's Pizza approx.  2 weeks ago anyone knowing his  wheieabouls please call 886-  7675 Reward: 2 large Pizzas 429  it  1 set ol keys lound at Roberts  Creek Beach Can be claimed at  Roberts Creek Store        M9co  Jeep key wilh alarm chain al Gibsons Post Office. Claim al Coasl  News, 537 Cruice Lane, Gibsons.  ���29cn  2 baseball mills A ball at Cedai  Grave Elementary School. July 1.  Call 886-0909 Kelly.        ��29cn  On Oystei Bay Road, Pendei  Harbour - young male cal, beige  with gingei, has Ilea collar. 883-  9101 between 6-7:00pm.   e?9cn  Skateboaid - lowei Gibsons.  Aiound beach A Marine Drive.  886-3570. ��29cn  12. Pels &  Livestock  FREE BUNNIES! 885-5239. 30w  Horseshow Featuring $500 barrel  race. July 25,2 pm. Lisa Whitman  will hold a barrel racing clinic July  22,23,24.886-2205,886-2966.  29w  Free, healthy kittens, black wilh  white markings. Call 8884070.  I30w  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then A Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716orMarlee Fashions.     NC  Beachcomber  Doe Groomine  Big or Small - We do Ihem all'  Clip, Bathing A  Flea Dip  Cnrtilied Dog Ofnomer  886-8191   Kelly fiee.nw.Ktom  Help reduce Ihe pel over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  For Sale: Angora bunny and  cage. $10.886-0142.       ��29cn  African pygmy goats, nanny $175  - Buck kid $75 - Free roosters.  883-2990. Mlw  Female Cocker Spaniel 7 months,  all shots A spayed. 686-4628.  ��31w  Free to good home. Two tortoise-  shell spayed, lemale cats, all  shots, completely house trained.  885-0856. Mien  FOR ADOPTION: Young  Boxer/Lab X, male; 1 affectionate,  spayed, Whippet/Lab X, female;  Lots ol cats and kittens lo choose  Irom. Please call 885-4771 .��29cn  Wanted: Good homes lor Chihua-  ha Terrier pups. $50.885-4704.  I31cn  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  Music tor all occasions Phone  884-5430.  I3lcn  Aladdin lamp; oldei style biiel-  case; slide projector. 40-chaiinel  CB radio. Peler 886-8527. I29W  10II aluminum boal with /without  motor. 885-5784 Eves     Mien  Top $ paid loi military Jems  RiHes. bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591 I29cn  Slove and Indge $200-$300 886-  9626. MOcn  Canopy or light campei tor small  pickup. 883-9987  I29cn  Used canoe. 16 It libreglass preferred In good cond 885-7651  ���28cn  10' Culvert - 6'B', reasonable.  886-9047. (29w  Solid wood double bed. 886-9346.  M1w  Heavy Duty Shelving. 885-3930,  9-5pm Reasonable price.    TFN  Two Peiei Gzowski tickets, inside.  886-3841 or 886-8565. n/c  12 Volt electric winch in good  cond. Reasonable. 885-5256.  12901  Garage Sales  MOVING SALE July 25 A 26.  2601 Lower Rd. Roberts Cieek.  10am-4pm. 29w  July 18, 19, 25, 26 Aug 1,2 1116  Faiiview Rd. 10 ��� 4 pm.       30w  Gaiage Sailing? Need a break?  Cappuccino on the sundeck.  Shadow Baux Lane, Sechell.  ��29cn  Moving Sate. July 18 A 19th, 25th  A 26th, Aug. tst A 2nd. 425 Dunham SI. Pt. Mellon. Mien  July 25lh, 10-4pm, SPECIAL  SALE! New children's designer  clothes, and misc. ilems. 5143  Radcliffe Rd., Selma Park. 885-  2879. I29W  Mulfi Family Garage Sale, Sal.  July 25th. 1260 Marion Place, off  Veterans. Kitcehn Ilems, skiis,  bed, books. 10-4pm.        12901  Everything musl go! Everything  has a price! Don'l be shy. drop by  and buy! Furniture, loots and  more. 3205 Beach Ave, Roberls  Creek. July 25 A 26.        I29cn  Moving In Sale: All sorts ol Misc:  Paris, loots, etc. July 25 A 26,9-  3pm. 8634 Redroolls Road J29cn  18. Barter & Trade  CENTRELINE  PERFORMANCE  Swap autobody woik and painl lor  cars, boats, cash or whatever  interesting moved to 8860972  30w  Will Irade - drywall or painting  work for maple or fir firewood. Call  886-9495. MtW  19. Appliances  Wanled lo buy: Non working  ma|or appliances. 885-7897.M1w  Haii Hay! Hay!  Vanden/Ben  A Sales  Saturday  Mj 25th  Jearoio Einjiani  eMtrl-ttttffB  Apl. size Iridge and stove, salable for cabin, eac. working cond.  asking $250 bolh. Phone 886-  7641. Mlw  22 cu.fl. Ireezer. $150 984-8864  I29W   Fridge and stove. $425 OBO  885-6059 all 6pm. -W  20   Furniture  2 sets ol living room solas, chairs  and loolslools 1 sel beige $200.  I sel brown floral pattern $350 -  All items in excellent condition.  885-7602  90*  Green hide-abed. $250. 886-  2967. I29cn  Cuslom made deck lurniture.  plenty lo choose Iron Top ol hi  on Cemeteiy Rd. Phone 886-  2902 aft. 6 pm oi 886- 7085.I29W  Cheslerlield and large chaii wilh  ottoman Spotless. $400 OBO.  885-5817. (29cn  Comlortable rectifier. 3 positions.  Brown. Vinyl/acrylic Good condi-  Ikm. $125.886-8866 ��29w  Household affects include Piano.  antique dining table. Phone 883-  2582 or 883-2400. I30cn  Like new Oueen size hide a bed-  sola wilh Iwo malching chaiis.  885-9802. Mlw  Cellular phone $300, Inverter  $200, Gibson electric guitar $400  firm, 4 HP Merc longsftafl $400.  To view 990 Chaster Rd aller 6  pm or call 1-977-9989.       30w  H.D. car puller M.H. type $1,200  O.B.O. 886-0918. 30w  Britco ollice trailer 35'x10' used 6  months. $8,000 - Call Tom al 885-  5818.  30*  Household goods. Savings  machine, typewriter, wooden  table, rener chair and misc. 885-  3984. 33w  Firewood - Alder $85; Hemlock  $95; Fir $105; awesome cord,  Iree delivery. 886-9372       30w  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 88543278 ss  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, eroonomic  design grip bell, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  Float house, 750 sq. II. one  bdrm.. propane appliances, wood  heal, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  4' PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $10; ABS 4: $20; 3: $15; 2: $10; t  1/2', $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cul. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES loi retain-  ing walls.: Unscreened lopsoil  $110 load. 886-8204.   Anything Give us a make A  model If II required, how much  you want lo spend. We'll Iry our  besl. 886-9033. TFN  Clarke TB21 commercial lloor  scrubber A stripper. Exc. lor large  slores or mall. Battery operated.  $1900.885-9068 ss  Universal gym ��� Weight Lilting  Equipment. $12i. 896-3211.  #29cn  Nintendo including 8 games $300  OBO. 886-4689 12901  MACINTOSH  Mac SE with 2.5 MB memory and  20 MB hard drive, $1100.886-  3483. KW  COMPUTERS WANTED  School Districl 148 Is interested in  purchasing used Apple Macintosh  Plus (or newei) computers. Leave  message for John Reynolds at  886-9670.  I29W  Small truck canopy good condl-  llon.$300 OBO. 688-8005.129cn  Rainbow tent trailer $350. Phone  883-9473. ��9cn  Ws Can Sell It For Youi Consignment Sale lurniture appliances and sporting goods. Call us  and find out more. 886-0225.   MOW  Parker Hale 2100 Mainland 3306  cal wilh Leopold scope, $600.  886-7591. ss  Arborile lable, 4 swivel chairs,  $65; Dynaslar 185 cms., $50;  sizes 7 A 5 womens ski boots,  $20. $25.885-9528. I29W  Two carseals, $20 A $45;  microwave stand, $60; baby  *an^ table, $75.8864)204.  I29W Coast News, July 20, 1992  17  Take Adt>antage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your9 classified cn^i 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  21   For Sale  TOGmtERtii1i��can*a>CTO  Boys diving wetsut. XS. age 11-  14 Whites black/blue, like new,  $160; 12 sp. Norco Alpine, gd  cond.; Onza bar-ends, Acerbis  lender, $125; Suzuki FA50  moped, exc. mileage, gd. cond..  $400 886-9096 I29W  5000 wait Coleman geneiatot, 8  HPBS, 3 months okj. $625 OBO.  888-7372. ss  Dryer - while $150. washer -  green $150 OBO. New walei titter  (UV A carbon) $365 {save $150)  883-2750. I29cn  1974 Ford camperired van. 1984  Honda 750 Shadow ladies Nolo  mountain bike, mens' 'Kokanee'  mountain bike. 885-2158 Mornings. I29cn  Ride-on lawnmowei, 8 hp $450.  885-3842 12901  Bayciest eneigy savings dishwasher $75 OBO, large pel carrier $60 885-7988 I29cn  20* Candle TV, lemole control,  $150,886-904/ K9w  QUALITY SCREENED TOPSOIL  Pender Harbor area. Kerry. 863-  2154 or Ron 883-1136     I29cn  Home-made Odyessey. 1989-92  Ranger Bush bar t lights. New.  $300 Firm. 3 3/4 Ford brake  drums. $100 all. 885-5443. i29w  Piano. Like new. Beautilul tone.  Ebony prolessional. Upright. 686-  2579. MOvn  Upright vac $25; Chesterfield $75;  love seal $50; Chaii $30; auto  bike tack $30; X Country skiis and  poles $40.885-2151.       MOcn  Parker t Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waleibed, Bentwood  rockei. 885-5467. ss  Homellte mulching mowei. Self  propelled. Brand new 2 mos ago.  Cost $814. Sacrifice at $375.885-  0898. MOcn  2 cushioned chesterfield, gold  color, high back $85.886-3129.  ���3001  Black leather panls, like new,  ladles size 10. Inseam 30.5, plus.  $150Or3O883-2990.       MOcn  Ladies 15 speed mountain bike,  excellenl condilion. $150. 883-  9114 day. ��29cn  3 Hollow core interior doors. $20.  Mien  Let's have a Faimers Market.  Need laimeis/gaideneis to sell  gaiden pioduce and lood. Foi  more inio please call Shirley. 886-  7859.         TFN  Carpet roll, 112.5 m,w 3.64 m,  45.5 sq.m. Beige $2500. 885-  3288 t31cn  B2 Chev. good nmning condition.  Needs work. $795 OBO 865-7821  aller 6:00 Mlw  1986 Yamaha 350 Warrior ATV  $2500 OBO. 885-8809.     Mien  Fisher small woodhealer, glass  door, barely used. $400 OBO.  Mtcn  Whirlpool 17 cu. It. almond It/Ice-  maker. Top ol the line. $649  Whirlpool 30' sellclean slove,  almond $439 ��� Kenmore H.G.  Dryer $249 ��� Gurney H.G. 30"  stove $249 ��� Gumey h.g. 14 cu. fl.  2 di. f.l. fridge $329 - Inglis Citation 7 program built-in dw/eneigy  savei $249, Inglis liberator 2 sp. 3  cy h.d. washer, while $339 -  Admiral 30' h.g. sen clean $279 -  Molfat while diyei $249 - All  reconditioned. 90 days - 2 years  wananty. Call Bjorn 885-7897 or  Comer Cupboard 885-4437.M1W  Cement mixer $25 - Plastic dingy  $25 -10 ft. alum, step ladder $25.  885-9992. I29cn  Ikea Oueen size bed. Large desk,  large wall unit. 885-3346.   Mlw  Dialling table $30; Cheslerlield,  exc. cond. $80.885-7490. ��29cn  8x5 Blown double glazed window, 2 sliders with screens, never  installed. $250.886-3938.  Mlw  Gas Barbecue, cement mixer,  elect, lawn mowei, shop lluoies-  cenls, garden hose, melal fiame  windows, G.E. vacuum. 885-  4716. Mien  Childs mountain bike. 16' wheels.  Suitable 4/6 years. $65. 686-  2768. Mlw  2 Bicycles, pair mounted 600x13  snow lires, oil stove, tool box,  Thomas organ. 886-9271. No reasonable offer relused.      ��29cn  Dishwasher $100, gas waler  heatei $100, aluminum windows,  wash basin $10, doors $8, 100  amp 20 circuil panel $30, 5th  wheel hitch $325, kingpin stabilizer new $50.886-9292.      Mlw  22. Heavy  Equipment  Lincoln arch welder on trailer 350  amps. $2000.686-2332.   MOcn  Akai sleieo receiver, malching  speakers, CD player, lape deck,  open sland complete set $250 or  will sell components separately.  Also Philips blender $16. 866-  2052. Mien  Ikea Pine crib, mattress, bumper  pad and sheet, excellenl condition  $75, Cosco high chaii $25,  Change table $20.886-2932.  Mien  One sel sliding glass doois.  Heavy plate double glazed with  metal liames and melal casing.  each panel 36W. As new cost  $320 sell $160. One set sliding  mirror doors. Heavy plate glass  with melal frames and metal casing each panel 48x78'. As new  cost $240 seH $130. Phone 886-  3405. Mien  New minolta camcorder, worth  $1700 Sell $1200. Fan olfers considered. 886-9097. Mien  Fresh organic veggies, pickling  cucumbers, elc. 885-3583. To  arrange times. Mien  Cat slereo, alpine speakei.JVC  Retail $530 Asking $250 OBO.  883-2405. Mien  Regency wood burning heatilator.  Insert $600.885-7951.     Mien  PRAWN TAILS  Large A Jumbo. F.A.S.$Br1b. 885-  5478. Mien  Sell clean stove $450 OBO, May-  lag clothes washer $150,2 redin-  ers $25, $75, TV slereo wall unit  $100 Cal 885-7990.        Mien  20 gallon aquarium w/access. turtle $100; double futon w/pine  Irame $100; 20 babykin diapers,  great cond. $40; Stoikciall crib  w/maltiess $75; Papasan Chair  $35; Comfy 8' couch A armchair,  brighl floral print $50 lakes both.  885-2946. Mien  23II. Flbrelorm 165 Merc, l/o  Needs work $4800 OBO. 885-  3484. MOcn  $100 Pool table Iptywood) complete 5 pool cues 8 balls. Phone  886-9893 after six. Mlw  $2,000 antique muzzle loading  shotgun 1879 Smith ol London,  Reply Box 382, c/o Coasl News  Box 460, Gibsons. Mlw  955 CAT loadei $10,000 885-  2503 ss  1976 J.D. 410 backhoe, gd.  cond., $12,900. 886-7372, 885-  5730. ��29W  1980 -1830 Case uni-loader.  $7,000 OBO. 885-8809.    Mien  1973 JD 450 Track loadei sell or  trade. For tools or buildings supplies. $3995.886-4679.     MOcn  BOBCAT &     >  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  1)06*8538 220-8767  L       man evil V  John Deere Cat 440c-winch, very  good condilion. $6000.866-8087.  MOw  Bobcal foi sale $4000.886-4668.  Call after 5:00pm. MOw  Kenwoith Hustler, sell loading  logging Iruck wilh Barko grapple,  bunks and sides lor demolition.  Excellent condilion. MV Certified.  $35,000 OBO. Lincoln weldei  $400.20 Ion hydrolic lilliack lor  heavy truck. $1200, Diamond icck  drill $250. Wolll Industrial skill  saw, 91/2' blade, new , never  used. $150.885-2213.     Mien  1974 Datsun 260/. alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. wananly, $4500 OBO. 888-  8922 __!?  1990 Ford Aerostai, XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900. 686-  8481.  ss  '68 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 686-7484. ss  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  auto., PS/PB, power dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM stereo, $4995 OBO.  886-2111 or 686-9018. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Bemovsl  AbexUeed Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO.  883-9234.  ss  1960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 8857113.  ss  1979 Dalsun 210 wagon, good  running cond., $700 OBO. 885-  5492. ss  1981 Foid Gianada as is. $500  OBO 886-8095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 696-9025 ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  sel, with covers, 686-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400060. 885-1943.  ss  19(1 MUSTANG Q.T.  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm.  885-2544. ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 dooi, exc. cond.  $7,495.886-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/exl., rebuilt engine A transmission. Priced fo sell $3850 Call  886-8510 atlei 6:00 pm. ss  1961 AMC, aulo, good cond. No  rusl. $1950080885-1942.    ss  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable,  new parts. $500 OBO 885-1942.  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  883-2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condilion, new dual exhaust, radial t'a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600  oi trade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11 ft. campei. 885-9068. ss  70 POWER WAGON New lires,  brakes, good molor. $2500. 885-  9357 TFN  1986 Escort. Top condilion. $950  jusl spent on new clutch, biakes,  muffler, elc. Compression exc.  AM/FM cass, good radiais, no  rusl. 106,000 kms. Records available. $2300. 666-4790 or 886-  9147. M9cn  1957 Volkswagon Beelle - Restor-  able condition. Besl oiler over  $1100.885-7167. ss  Mechanic's Special - '77 Toyola  Corolla, 105,000 kms, body OK  $475. Gvy 883-2750.        ��29cn  1987 Toyola Tercel, peppy, economical, excellenl condition. 885-  5607. ��29cn  1981 black Camaio, $2500 OBO.  886-3290 or 886-3780.      ��29W  1981 Ford Escort, $1000. 886-  6648. H29W  '82 Honda Civic 4 di, hatchback,  light gieen, 60,000 miles, good  lunning condition. Some rust  $1500. Phone 886-8066.   MOcn  1970 Ford Maverick $295 or lor  parts. 885-6015. Before 8pm.  I30ai  1980 Honda Accord hatchback.  Good running condition. $975  OBO. 885-5688. MOw  1975 Custom valiant slant 6, auto,  power steering, good lires, clean,  musl see. $750.885-2309. H30cn  1985 Honda Prelude, only 85,000  kms $7800 Diana 886-8107 or  886-9408. TFN  1987 Toyola Fouirunner, 5 speed  $11,000 Good condilion. 886-  3936. Mlw  1990 Escort LX, ps, pb, air conditioning, am/lm, 15,000 miles.  Excellenl condilion. $6,995. 885-  4064. MOw  1978 Buick Lesabre, excellenl  condilion. $450 OBO 885-3299  MOw  1975 Honda Civic, running condi-  lion, $500 OBO. 886-0918 MOw  1987 Camry LE, stnd, 91,000  kms, excellent condilion. $12,300.  886-7074. MOw  1986 Fiero GT, V6, 4 spd, sunroof, deluxe am/lm cassette, exc.  cond. $7500 OBO 886-3097 or  886-7301 (message)       M1cn  Good reliable family wagon. 1979  Pontiac Parissiene. 350, V8, aulo.  AC, curise pw, am/lm cassette.  Tow pkg. $1200.885-9648.��31cn  1988 Toyola Tercel coupe, new  exhaust system. Standard, excel,  cond. $5900.88*0022.    Mien  1991 Brack 4x4 GMC Jimmy. SI.  Excellenl condilion. Wairanly  remaining. Must sell $16,000.  OBO. 865-9561. Mien  1979 Plymouih sedsn. $2500.  OBO. 865-3997. Mlw  1961 Buick Skylark, very good  cond, new Iront tires, brakes  $1800.886-3368 I29w  1981 Dodge Omni. As is $300  OBO. 8857998. ��29cn  1968 Grand Am, AM/FM sleieo  tape sel. luel injection, luggage  rack extended ASA warranty -  asking $8500 call Heathei 886-  2352. I29w  1967 Merc. Topaz, lull loaded,  beauty liom Ihe desert. $6,500.  883-2451. ��29cn  '78 Honda Civic, excellent condilion. $850.885-2397.       MOcn  CLEAROUT  $999  or LESS  80 CHEVETTE  80 ASPEN  80VOLARE  78 CHEVETTE  77 ASPEN  77 OMEGA  76 ARROW  75 DART  74 MAZDA  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645 Wharf Rd., Sechell  885*4004��  1979 Dodge Omni $375, OBO oi  trade lor canoe. 886-4545 Mlw  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553. ss  1965 Citation II, V6,4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.885-9553.   ss  1980 M.G. Midget. Showroom  condition. Has been babied.  Mechanically 100%. Body A top in  excellent condition. 885-7654.  Mlw  77 Camaro, 39.000 oig. miles.  While int. excellenl. Rusty $950  OBo. 886-2111 ss  '84 Camaio Z28,5.0 litre aulo, T-  tops, $5200,886-3570.      Mlw  1961 Reliant, salety checked,  very reliable. $750 OBO. 883-  2405. Mien  1981 Pontiac Phoenix Deluxe, 6  cyl. auto, 4 di, hatchback, veiy  clean, 85,000 kms. $1200. 883-  9259. Mien  1956 Chev BelAir, 4 dr, restored  original 348 BB auto, $5500.886-  0957 Evenings. M1cn  Musl sell '87 Honda CRX excellenl condlion. $7000. OBO. 885-  8895. Mien  1984 Suzuki Samuii, 4 wheel  drive, $3900,86,000 k, exc. cond.  885-7930. Mlw  1979 MUSTANG  4 cyl, 4 speed. No rusl.  Exc. cond. Sunroof, new tires.  $900.886-7227. ��29cn  1980 Sunbird, V6, auto,  99,500 kms, no mil. $850.  1981 Citation, V6, aulo,  new Hies. $750.  686-7227.  12901  1980 VW Rabbit, diesel, runs  well. $1500 OBO. 883-2663 Eves.  Mien  1974 Volvo, 6 cyl, o/d. $800 OBO.  883-9590. ��29cn  1988 Ply. Voyager, 7 pass. V6  aulo, 67,000 miles. Excellenl con-  rtilion. $9000.886-7610.    Mlw  78 Jeep, pick up 4x4, $650 OBO.  Deal. Runs good Eveiything  works. 895-9528. ��30cn  1966 Land Rover $1250 686-  3854 .sow  Chev 3/4 Ion, new laiget 350.  new brakes. $2000 OBo 886-  0918 ��30w  1975 Chev pu. 350, 4 spd, good  lunning condilion. $550 OBO 886-  3097 01886-7301 (message)  Mien  70 Poweiwagon 4X4, big block  383 Std.. posi., new lues. susp. fill  $2500 OBO 885-9357.        TFN  1979 Dodge ambulance, proprane  - lully equipped sirens and lights.  686-7859 (29W  1965 Dodge Ram, 4 Wdi.W150.  $7100 886-8685. I29cn  1971 Ford p/u good work Iruck or  bealei. Runs good. $400. 885-  7654. I31w  19/9 Chev PU, 3/4 Ion. 350 aulo.  very good shape, like new, low  mileage. $2400. OBO. 884-5263.  Mien  1991 While Chev Silverado, 1/2  Ion, 4x4, 35,000 kms. Wananly  remaining. Excellent condition.  $17,500,885-9561. I31cn  19B5 Blazer 4x4, lull size, 305  auto, o/d, trailer hilch $5900.885-  4778. Mien  1985 Jimmy, auto, Sierra classic  (lull size) loaded. 112,000 kms,  shaft kit, steieo, veiy clean.  $9,500,080,885-6216.   Mien  1984 Chev Scolsdale, 1/2 Ion,  grey and white p/u with malching  canopy, 305, ps, pw, pb $3500.  OBO. 886-3938. Mlw  1989 Mazda B2200 p/u truck.  31,000 miles. Immac. cond. h.d.  bumper, lonneau covet. Alarm.  $7000 OBO. 886-7098.      Mlw  1975 Dodge for parts $200 or  trade for 15'tires. 883-9590.  ���29cn  1984 Mazda B2000 wilh canopy,  excellenl condition, low mileage.  $3700.886-0979. Mien  79 Ford 12 passenger van, VB  auto good cond. $3295 OBO.  886-752001886-2111. SS  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up. 4.3 litre V6. PS/PB,  61.000 km., box mat, toolbox.  $6700. 8852836,885-7413.  ss  1985 Bionco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1989 GMC Tracker. 4 wheel  drive, 5 speed. Hardtop. $9000.  886-4599. ' ss  1991 Fold F250, 4x4 with rock  box $5500.886-4599. ss  Reducedl 1987 SI5 Chev. Box  liner, tape deck. $3600 OBO. 885-  3982. I29cn  1990 Mazda cab plus, white, 5  spd, sunroof, box linei $9500.  8854862. SS  25. Camper  10 1/2 ft. Campei. fridge, slove,  sleeps 4, lacks $1800.885-5571.  ���29cn  1974 Prowler 24 It., must sell.  $4000 OBO. 883-2930 or 886-  3580. MOcn  1980 Motorhome, 198. ps, cruise,  new engine, fully equipped exc.  cond. $13,200.886-2062. ��29cn  1974 Piowlei, musl sell $4000  OBO 683-2930 or 886-3580.��29w  33' Kuslom Koach deluxe trailer.  Fridgefreezer, propane cook lop,  wall oven, microwave, furnace, air  condilioner, full awning, completely furnished and feady lo roll. Very  low mileage. $13,500.883-9371.  ��29cn  23 It. 1976 Terry Travel Trailer,  excellent condition, sleeps six.  Oven and stove. 3 ways, Iridge,  separale bathroom with tub and  showei $6500 Phone 886-8056.  MOcn  19' Aljo Travel trailer, redone,  lloor/lridge needs work $2750.  886-9047. ��29w  1975-27' Campeiized bus.  Propane luel. good condilion,  $12,000080.685-3962.  ��30cn  27 II 1982 Komlotl trailer, mint  condition, Iravel or use as permanent home. All comlorts 886-8198  for appt. lo view $10,800. MOcn  Tent trailer, Slaicrall sleeps 6.  Excellenl condilion. Asking  $4400.886-7923. MOcn  1987 Elite molor home, Chev 30,  350 molor, low mileage, sleeps 4,  excel cond. Owner asking  $21,500,885-7615. MOcn  1975 Winnebago, low miles,  mech sound $11000 OBO 886-  0918 MOw  For Rent: 13' Bder Iravel trailer by  week or weekend. 885-5307.  ���30cn  1971 171/2 Soulh park Travel  trailer, sleeps 6. Iridge. 3 burner  stove, oven br with port a potty,  lurnace. Good condition. $2500.  885-8809. MOcn  18II. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc,  in/outboard, trim tabs.VHF.CB,  sounder, bail tank, full canvas,  extras'railer, $5500.883-9059 ss  14'canoe, $250; 12' day sailor  fibreglass, jib and mainsail - bow  storage, $750.885-3570.   ��29W  18 8. Glasspar/head, $1500.886-  9261. 429W  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellenl condi.  lion. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local  propeller repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  19 Aluminum LS boat, rebuilt 440  Cry. 10 hrs. hutl exc. cond. many  exlias $15,000 OBO Mike 886-  2751. ��29cn  68 HP Marine diesel, 2.1 geai  hydraulic, completely rebuilt by  allied engine. $4,500. Davidson  17D sailboat (needs TLC) new  sails induded. $2,500. Two mustang Comrnodoie Doater coals as  new. Medium and large $40 each  and moie manne goodies 883-  9401. I29cn  19 fl. Champion Hard top, cuddy-  cabin, lull canvas. Powered by  898 Mercruiser, fresh waler  cooled, 5 litre V8/198 HP, very  low hours, used mostly toi  mooching, perfect condition, clean  Inside A out. Asking $11,000.  8855025. I29cn  KCIRIT MIME  swmvs in.  cnwi im Mrni I  MC.M.MC    MNAMS|  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  12 8. aluminum boat $600. 885-  7167. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  lasl and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500, oilers A trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27'Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots of exlras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.  ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  885-9333. ss  M.V. Blacklist 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coasl  Guaid inspected, featuring new  Swann auto, anchor pkg., new  LMS, 200 w/loran C, new lenders  A brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely tellnished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  flush mount Fishon tod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  22 1/2 ft. Fibrelore rebuilt leg, low  hrs., runs well. Phone Palra's  2/lor 1 Pizza. Ask for Mike. 886-  767501886-7671. I29W  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold, $3500.686-3457.    ss  Moorage - Sechell. 2 dollars per  loot per month.  Royal Reach Motel A Marina.  885-7844.  91 Prowler as new VB Power mei-  cnJser FWC view al South Coasl  Ford. 885-3281. ss  14' Princecrall, $400 ��� aluminum  anchor A oars. 885-3510 all. 4pm.  I28W  Wanted: Boal trailer lor 20' boat.  866-9625. ��28w I  18' wooden boal, Mercruiser I/O  cuddy cabin, lull canvas top,  depth sounder, compass, anchor,  trailer etc. Al shape will consider  tiade fnr Iravel frailer of equal  value. 685-3246. Mien  28 It. Bayliner Victoria: Chevy 350  Volvo leg FWC, head, shower,  galley, VHF, CB moored T-Bird  Marina, $15,000.590-2872J29W  I pay cash lor boals 16' to 24',  wood or glass. 885-4031. ��*29cn  Bombadier Seado, rebuilt molor,  needs some woik. Reasonable.  885-5443. ��29w  24' Fibeilorm ciuiser, 255 FWC,  OMC. V8. OMC leg, s/s prop. 18  hp. Evinrude, dinghy, soundei,  stand up head, galley, tape deck,  am/lm, cb, survey papers. EZ  loader tandem trailer $10,000.  Call 885-7470. I29cn  12' Aluminum boal and new Johnson 8 hp $1650.685-2342.��29cn  22' Baylinei Command Bridge,  kiches, sounder, lull canvas, new  engine. $11.500.886-2491. Eves.  ���29w  24II. Toiycrall, full canvas, mer-  cruiser, VHF, CB, sounder, sink,  stove, head etc. Four wheel till  trailer. Perfect condition. $9250.  885-0898. MOcn  8' Fibreglass Dingy rigged lor sailing * oWei i hp motoi. 883-2248.  $800 MOcn  161/2 Star craft. 50 hp Mercury,  trailer $2750.685-8994 aller 5pm.  ��30cn  14II. Aluminum boal A nailer  $500.886-4668 call alter 5pm.  MOw  24' Bay Liner 6cyl, Chrysler nissan  diesel - low 590 hours, 270 leg  very economical, initially lecondi-  Honed. $12000.886-808/.  MOw  Upper deck cleaners has a crew  to swab A clean your decks and  cabin. Call Callie or Apnle 886-  7574. M6w  28 ft Diesel Cruiser 1974. Excellent liveaboard. coastal cruising 4  cyl Volvo 1/0 lot safley. depend-  ability A economy, ciuises 7  knots, head, showei. holding lank,  electric fridge, propane  slove/oven. Sleep six. Dinghy.  Radio's exc. $17.5000 Gibsons.  8850065 Mlw  Custom built 8II. sportyak twin*  hull libreglass, unsnkable dinghy  Varnished oars, seals A oak trim  $400 firm. 886-0909. Mlw  8 It wooden dinghy exc. cond  with oars $250 886-9337. Mlw  50 hp mere, with controls asking  $800060.885-3469        Mlw  1976 241/2 cruiser, new 250  Chev. new meic cruiser leg. galley, stand-up head all in good  shape. $7600 moored at Egmonl  Manna. 883-9253. MOcn  7.5' Livingston dinghy, c/w davits  and oars. (new). 885-4716. Mien  1974.18 1/2 ft. Fiberform 165 hp.  OMC no needs upholstery $2500.  Mlw  27   Mobile Homes  Reduced lo $29,990, 24x52 Double wide moduline, 3 bdrm, 5  appl, Musl be moved by June  30th. 886-9229. MOW  1990 14x70 Moduline home wilh  addilion A decks on level 1/2  acre. Close lo Gibsons. $105,000.  886-3316. MOcn  New deluxe 14x70 Home set up,  teady lo move into, West Sechelt.  Next lo store and school. Must be  seen. Fridge, stove A drapes  included Call Bill 885-7310. MOw  1973 3 bdrm. 12x68 with large  addilion A deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,886-7306.       ss  1976 2 bdrm, 12x64 wilh sundeck, covered enhance, wilh  view. $24,000.885-3309.  I29cn  Mobile Home Saks  Branch New modular homes, angle A double wides for your lot or  pad. Custom orders avail. Competitive pricing. Foi information  call Nick Preach. 885-6340. ��29w  2 bdim 197412x68 wilh large  addilion. Lots ol extia storage  space. Pertect for inexpensive living. Sechelt. $26,000 OBO.  Phone 885-2272. Mien  $14,000. Great Starter Home. 5  appliances, woodslove and addition. 886-3580 oi 883-2930.l29cn '  Family/Adult  Park  Gibsons Area  Reduced  1-1392 sq. 8. home  2 ��� 924 sq. fl. homes  No reasonable offer relused.  Only 5% down OAC  597-3322/886-2597  TFN  SUMMER MADNESS!  14x71 Deluxe regent was $54,900  Summer Special $49,995.  14x70 Moduline. front A back  bedioom, ensuite, loaded  was$52,900. Summer Special  $49,995  14x70 Front kitchen was $48,200,  Summer Special $45,900.  These homes are all 1992 sel up  in SCMH Park or loi your priavale  pioperty 886-9826 TFN  GOOD BUY!!  3 bdim, front kitchen, very clean,  looking lot a lamily asking  $19,500 OBO. SCMHPark. 886-  9826. TFN  28   Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond.. garage kept. $5500. 886-  9595. ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7378. ss  Yamaha GT 80 rebuill engine,  excellent condilion, tuns great  $400. Must sell 883-2174. Ask lor  BobJordy. ��29w  1978 650 cc Yamaha $650. 886-  7677. MOw  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  ofleis 686-8622. SS  Honda ATC, 195 $500 886-9292.  M1w  29   Wanted lo Rer  Resp. N/S couple wanting 2-3  bdrm house monthly or seasonal.  Capable ol renovating and mainlenance. Call colled Coady oi  Linda 1-263-4261. Mlw  Prolessional couple require 2  bdrm and den. Roberts Creak  area by Sept. 1 886-2332. Mien  Reliable, mature woman needs  quiet accommodations, dost in  Sechell. Reasonable rent. 885-  2809. W1cn  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising wtveh riscrim-  inales In the rental d property.  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion ol rental would bt kl  violation ol me Family Status  and the Hunan Rights Acts. Tht  lanOord who places the advert-  isemeni and the newspaper  which publishes it would both bt  in coniiavorilion ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  againsl Ihem. The Coasl Newt  will Iheielore nd accept such  discriminatory ads.  Upper Gibsons. lop $490 bottom  $300 foi both. Negotiable wood A  oil, 2 bdrm, 1,000 sq. II. 526-  3853. I29w  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential. Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Peb-  btes al 886-8107 for delails.TFN  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  StWUtetf /4(t ty*avt  prut**ta}7U*aU"  ��� Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number ot  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We Will .aaiaaaai urn. ����.  ��� Screen potential renters  Do moving- In Inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance 4  repairs  Collect the renl A damage  deposit  Dispuise tent monies to  owner  Do moving out inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately 800 to 1300  sq It ol fabulous olfice  space In lower Gibsons  aiea. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  impiovemenls.  CALL the Property  Management Enperl  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  New 2 bdrm apl. Downtown  Sechelt. 8857606. ��29cn  3bedroom A den. School Road.  Relerences. Heal/cable included.  $625,886-8150. TFN  TEREDO SQUARE  Newly renovated olfice space,  1013 sq.ft. phone 885-4486. TFN  Brighl clean 3 bdrm lumished  suite upper Gibsons, lop lloor  duplex view, sundeck, fireplace,  washer/dryer, non smoking, no  pds.S659tiilil.277-62M.t2aw  M Coast News, luly 20. 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  Ji    For Rent  Professional Hani  Storage  New Banking  886-8628  ��29cn  Central Gibsons - 2 bdim suile.  t/s, w/d, very clean, with view, no  pets. Aug I J650.5961669  ���29cn  31   For Renl  Large 2 bdrm stale. 4 appliances.  Gibsons Bluff, waleilront 877-  1770. MOcn  Cory, 2 bdrm wilh woodstove. pnvale yard, across trcan manna in  Lowei Gibsons Avail Aug 1  $675 a deposil 886 4688 ��0cn  2 bedioom, neai new lownhome.  1425 sq II 1 1/2 balhs. 4 appliances, available Aug 1/92.  $750/mo 886-4680 I30cn  Beaulitul 2 bdrm condo. Central  Gibsons. Iialge. stove, dishwasher wastH" Iryei Available Aug.  1 S690 monlh 685-1744 A 886  8593 ��30w  31   For Rent  Commuleis - Laige clean adult  oriented t bdrm apl with view,  new tloonng and carpel, laundry  and pool access Walk lo lerry  Avail Aug I Phone 886 0990  leave message t29cn  I bdrm suile on Beaver Island,  new flooring A freshly painled  $325 - includes ulililes nhone  Don I 855 4926 IMCfl  1 bdrm biighl and dean, laundry,  aval Aug i.$4507mo 886-2B0/  I29W  New 1 bdrm bachelor stale, walk  to lerry. panoramic view $600,  hydro A cable included 886-7394  ���29cn  Qlbsons - 1 bdrm apt Patron in  newei building, close to all amenities $600 includes hydro 298-  5215. ��29w  New 3 bdrm. duplex Ensuite,  1200 sa. H. w/lanlaslic view. Gibsons $750. Call Craig. 886-2352.  ���29w  Lower Gibsons, ground floor. 2  bdrm. birght $550 plus.  Arthur 865-9859. ��29w  2 bdrm suile. lower Gibsons. Aug  Isl. 650 sq. fl. Laundiy. parking  $475.683-9707. #3lw  NTS female preltrt stmt lor  shared accommodation In my  homs, 1350/mo. No pels North  Rd.. Gibsons 886-8095    TFNs  Baach across the itiwl!  This 3 bdrm home has watei view  Irom almost every room1 Only  $750/mo to reliable person who  will be responsible foi gardening  A keeping entire lawn constantly  beautilul. Drive by 5412 Lawson  Rd, (on Hwy) West ol Sechelt.  Then calll -299-3778.       #29w  Large room, share accomodations, hot tub, ulils included. Gibsons, working male pie-  lerred.$375.686-3779.      ��29w  New 3 bdrm, side by side, duplex,  3 appliances. 686-9854.  I30cn  Gibsons - Large 2 bdrm, lower  door, washer/dryer, yard dose to  amenities $600 fpm. 1-469-0622.  I31cn  1 bdrm cabin wilh loll lull self contained Roberls Creek waterfront.  $275 per week. 886-4584. *30cn  Sepl Isl 3 bdim S appliances,  view home in Selma Park $700  pei month 421-4/87 ��30w  Clean, bngtil 1 txlrm grourxl Hoc.  suite, upper Gibsons, view, l/p,  w/d. non smoking, no pels  $450/mo plus ulililes. 2//-6205.  ���30w  2 bdim wen localed $625 886-  7400. ��*30w  House foi rent lor shod term while  your build or look lor a new  home' 886-2164. I30w  1 bdrm lumished house Available  Spel I 883-90/6 Pendei Harbour. ��30w  Execulive lumished 2 bedrm bungalow style lownhouse. 1.8 baths,  hot tub, 5 appl. $800/mo. 886-  366/. ��30w  Newly relurbished sludio cottage,  liteplace. Hallmoon Bay area.  $550 885-2/03. MOcn  2 bdrm mam lloor of house, biighl  spacious, newly decoialed. Huge  deck, marina view. $625 . ulils.  886-9/38 or 351 -0540.     <31cn  Gibsons - Cozy I bdim suite,  newly decoialed in house with  marina view $375 a ulils. 886-  O0/2or3510540. I31cn  3 bdim waleilront home, unfurnished, Roberls Cieek, N/S. No  animals. Sepl-June $700 per mo.  885-3782. Mien  2 bdim apl, I 1/2 balh. garage,  North Rd dose lo mall A schools.  Available Aug. 1. $600/mo. 686-  7625. alter 6pm. I31cn  3 bdim, s x s duplex, all appis.  Convenient location. Gibsons.  $825 per monlh. 885-3277. 255-  54/0. ��31cn  Oceanview, bright 1 bdim suite,  deck, very quiel, Lower Gibsons.  Aug. 1.886-7012. #31cn  Completely newt Bachelor suite,  includes utilities/laundry priv-  eleges, 2 min walk lo Sunnycrest  mall, suile has it's own patio. Avail  Aug. 1. $325/mo. B66O004.��31cn  Gibsons ��� Spacious, neai new, 3  bdim. 2 1/2 bahls. gouimet  kitchen, 5 appliances, garage  $850.298-5215. Mlw  Unique waletlionl beach cabin.  Due lo sire ��� one person only.  $500 plus ulils Write lo Box 70.  Gianihams I ending. VON 1X0.  I29cn  Spacious 3 bedioom. 2 bath  home, Wesl Sechelt. N/S. No  pets. Avail Sept I, $850 p/monlh.  utilities, cable induded. 885-2382.  I31cn  4 bdrm house on acreage.  Roberls Creek $1000 per monlh.  886-3567. Mlw  Soames Point, w/l 1 mi (torn  Langdale. Fum. Well mainlained,  2 bdim plus sunroom, deck on 1/2  acie, incl. gioundskeepei. Sepl 1  lo June 30 $650. Resp. wilh refs.  686-7298 or 263-7900.      Mlw  Davis Bay, Clean 2 bdrm on  waterfront. 4 appliances, n/s. no  pels $650 mo. 885-6340.   ��29cn  Ocean from, 2 bdrm furnished Sepl. 1st. 2 bdrm, 2 balh, large  home, like new. $B00/mo. 886- comloilable home, neai new.  7741 or 688-3773. I29w    6850950 ��3lcn  3 bdrm, 4 applianes, quiet localion. $750 per month. 886-9754.  MOcn  2 bdim apl. central Gibsons  waterview $525, per month. 886-  3330. TFN  One bdrm lurnished cond wilh  view, pool, l/p, pub, marina. Long  leim. Avail now $600.  2 bdrm rancher, garage,  Redrooffs. Avail Aug. I. $700  2 bdrm Sechell avail now. $850.  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT. 815-2235 ��28cn  Spacious, new 3 bdrm lownhouse  in Gibsons, close lo amenities,  sundeck. carport, skylight, 5 appl,  refs, no pets, avail now. Call 1-  230-4099 MOw  Qlbtont Best  We have a limited number ol  QUIET FURNISHED BACHELOR  SUITES available al affordable  rates. For more inlormation call  886-9156. #30w  View  From Ihis spacious 'new' 1 bdrm  suite located in Sechelt. No pets.  $550 ulils included. 685-6396  after 6pm. MOcn  4 ADS  vrfien you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  either the Monday  Weekender edition  to IO words  cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Noi available lor commercial advertisers  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  34   Help Wanted  Avail Aug I 3 bdrm Minutes to  lerry and stores 4 appliances.  $'50. ulils No pels. 885/590.  131*  Walk lo Sechell   almosl new. 2  bedrooms. 4 appl. Jacuzzi lub  avail, now   $850  Jolly Roger - large 1 bdrm condo.  lumish ��� long leim $600 now  leduced in winlei  We have moie lo tenl   Ftxxie us  al 885-2235  CENUinvWESintAUVLID.  ���29cn  1165 sq tl retail. Sechell. Ihree  private lattices $780 nel.  2000.-10.000 squaie leel expo-  sure. will build lo suit  New otlice space 800-2400 sq If  Wilson Cieek. $8 OOnel  Retail space New Plara 900 3000  sq It 14OOnel  Assemble light pioducts tiom  home EASY WORK. EXCEL-  LENT PAY' We provide delails 24  hours 1604)623-2380. Ext. SA74.  Gram Realty  886 3330  UN  Excellenl commeicial A retail  space Aug I (92. Downlown  Sechelt 1600 sq II. lease. Good  access 1 parking 2| Altiacdve  olfice space avail on 2nd lloor ol  the dock Excellent location MX)  sq 8. lease. Available immediately Foi eilhei ot these vacancies  Call Carmen 885-5816     MOw  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hall  available, wheelchan facilities  885-2752 01885-9863       I32W  Retail or 01 lice Space  For Lease  600-1300 sq. It $300 - $1100  Seaview Place Hwy 101 Gibsons. Lome. 1-733-9883. Mane  886-7018. TFN  Waiehouse/ollice space Irom  1500 sq.ft. up. Diane 885-2772.  ss  Roberts Creek Flail avail., dances,  paities, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  (2) offices, lowei Gibsons, lighl A  heal included. $175 A $300. BB6-  25BB. ��30w  Gibsons office Space - 576 sq. fl.  plus warehouse aiea il required.  886-8460. ��30cn  STORAGE  Heated,    pallatized,    gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Lid. 886-2664. TFN  Gibsons Landing Heallh Cenlre.  Olfice space lor lease for delails  phone Lenka 941.3036. Eves.  34. Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  S.P.C.A. needs a volunteer lo  answer calls concerning  animals and refer any  concerns lo the appropriate  number. Can be done from  your own home  St Marys Hospital Junior  Auxiliary program needs  volunteers to visit residents in  1 Dtcm Lodge and help with  meals Good |ob experience  Recycling Depot in Gibsons  need help to continue its  vanety ot services Two hour  shifts to help peopte sod  Save Tho Strnil Marathon  needs volunteers lor all  different phases Get involved1  tots ol lun and an opportunity  to meet new people  Parent and Tot Drop In needs  helpers lor the summer  program.  Red Cross program needs  volunteers to participate in a  training program starting in the  (all lor emergency service to  families in case of a disaster.  FOR THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES CONTACT  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE AT  885-5881  A Service funded by the  Ministry of Social Services  n  A  Foster homes are urgently  required. Please call the  Resources Social Worker at Ihe  Ministry ol Social Services 885-  7101 weekdays. I28w  Melro-McNair Clinical Laboratories is an extensive laboratory  network thai which plays a significant role in the provision ol diagnostic laboratory services in  Western Canada. Opportunities  currently exist lor Medical Technical Assistants in oui Sechell  laboratory. Previous venlpuncluie  experience, along with excellent  communication skills and high  school graduation are required.  Your duties will include venipuncture, RECG's, specimen preparation, and Iront desk reception.  Available positions are temporary  part-lime (unlil January 1993). a  nd casual. Qualified candidates  are invited lo apply lo: Metro-  McNair Clinical Laboratories, c/o  102-660 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V5Z 1B5, Fax 872-  5438. I  ��29cn  Construction Manager. Musl have  experiences as general contractor  in residential construction. Fax  resume to 685-5666.        ��30w  Cruise lines now hinngi F*notogra-  phers, lour guides, casino workers, deckhands and more Hawaii.  Caribbean. Bahamas. 1-504646-  4500 ext. 305, 24 his., directory  refundable lee. I29cn  Tht Wharl Restaurant has an  excellent reputation lor both  tood and service. Piesenlly. we  requie a FuH lime 2nd Cook lor  daytime woik. The successlul  applicant musl be a team player  lhal can woik wilh all other staff in  delivenng a quality product to out  guests. Expenence ot a busy  kitchen is essenlial Appkalions  in wnling only lo General Manager. Bella Beach. Ill in Sechell  VON 3A0 I30w  Scanmai Sealood ltd lequiies  an experienced nel mender  Salary based upon experience  Benetils included medical and  denial. Please call 8831147 oi  Send Resume lo: Box 3. Egmonl,  BC. Alt: Vic. I30w  Responsible outgoing, young person to work on gas barge For  summertime. Phone Hyak Mamie  686-9011. Maureen.        ��9cn  Earn money and prims lor Ihe  whole lamily. Have lun demon-  sliating Discovery Toys Consul-  lants and manageis needed. I-  365-2526 Collect. ��3lcn  Administration Support Clerk  A versatile, mature, happy person  who enjoys working with people  and has good general office skills  Is required to work part-lime.  Grade 12 or equivalent is necessary. Musl be compulei comet-  sant, have basic bookkeeping and  effective communications skills.  Duties include correspondence,  record deeping, accounts  payable, and monthly reports.  Experience working wilh mentally  handicapped persons an assel.  Reply with hadwiillen letter and  resume by July 17 to: The Administrator, Sunshine Assn. For Ihe  Handicapped, Box 1128. Gibsons.  VON IVO. ��29cn  The Bella Beech Motel Ii one of  tht busiest hospitality outlets  on the Sunshine Coast. Present  ly we require a Desk Clerk loi  mainly evening woik. The successlul applicant must be a team  player lhat can work wilh all other  stall in looking altei our gnosis. A  pleasanl personality and an ability  wilh figures are Ihe most Important attributes. Applications in  writing only to: Kathy Crosbie,  Manager, Bella Beach, RRI,  Sechell, VON 3A0.  Earn money reading books al  home. Many readers needed  lull/part time. Amanng recorded  message reveals Details call 1-  800-665-7405 Exl 1221.    I30w  Afler school care needed in Sepl  Approx 15 hrs per week Woodcreek Park area Car an assel  ���31*  Anp'icalions aie invited rom  enthusiast earty Cruldliood Educators lor a preschool Supervisor  A assistant in non-prolil pie-  school to begin in September  Requirements Valid ECE certificate (foi Assistant Position will  consider lessei qualifications)  Firsl Aid Should have previous  expeiience A enjoy wnrking in co-  operative selling Please submit  lesume wilh covenng letter A relerences by Aug 5th to: B Gem-  mell.nnt I, Field Sile. Comp 43,  Sechell. BC (885-3452)     ��31w  Part-lime hie and job skills coach  wilh counselling exp. needed lot  literacy program. Mm 2yis post  secondary courses in education  or counselling preferred. Must be  able to work flexible hours, for 19  hours per week From Sepl. 21-  May 28. 1993. Send covenng letter detailing experience wilh  resume c/o Dasandra Maidmenll.  School District 1146. Continuing  Education. Box B86, Sechelt, BC,  VON SAO. Deadline loi application  Fri, July 31,1992. MOw  COUNSELLOR REQUIRED:  Protect parenl Sunshine Coasl  requires an interim counsellor, 20  hours/week unlil October 1993.  Ability to provide individual and/or  family counselling, to assess presenting problems, identify individual and/or family needs and  develop goals. Anger manage-  menl and grief/loss work experience an asset. May involve some  gioup work  Must be able lo woik independent and as a leam membei,  write reports and Base wilh community agencies. Some evening  work may be involved.  Please submit resumes to: Co-  ordinalor, Project Parent, Box  1069, Sechell, BC, VON 3A0 by  July 31,1992. 30cn  ESL teacher, August 3-12 on Ihe  coast $257hr. Rick 926-5541.  ��29cn  Business &  Home Services  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE. QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  B85-7818   HOME IMPROVEMENT  Conslruclion, Carpentry Finishing,  Painling, Wallpaper, Drywall Sle-  lan Perry 886-3792. ��30cn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  painl. carpentry, drafting, tret  estimates, Raltrtnctt available 886-3463 TFNt  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Iree Removal, ptuning,  limbing A lopping, shaping, land  dealing, logging. Fully  insuied We buy limber 10% dis-  counl seniors. 884-5263(24hrs)  KAVNOR  Inferior cleaning big oi small,  bonded S reliable. 884-5324 oi  886-2328. TEN  Certified Saw Filar  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening A Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  Jamlt Harrop  C4�� Hwy 101 Oloaoni Mt-0117  ANDERSON ROOFING  Shakes, shingles, duroids, torchon. Compare prices. Pal. 883-  1175. MOcn  Randy's Plumbing Repairs and  New installations. Rels. Call 883-  2867. ��30cn  VISIONS PAINTING A REFIN-  ISHING. SERVICES, INTERIOR,  EXTERIOR,   COMMERCIAL,  RESIDENTIAL, ROB. 885-8930.  "33W  BOBS PAINTING  Quality, workmanship and materials Satisfaction guaianteed.  Seniors'discount. 885-4804.  ��3lcn  CONSTRUCTION!  RENOVATION  From planning lo painting. Call for  an eslimale. Tom Richardson.  886-2644. MOw  PAINTING  Residenlial, Commercial  886-3682.  JOw  COAST WOODWORKS  Concrete lo cabinels, cuslom  woodworking, furnilure repairs.  885-7253. ��31cn  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBU.  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  262  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  $195  lor 25  words  $3.70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  EDUCATION  Engines rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. tor 27 years. Phone 7  days,8a.m.-8p.m. (604)872-  0641. Toll-free Mon-Fri 1-  800-663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality rebuilt engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995. 8 cylinder from $1,095.  S year, 100,000 km limited  warranty. 7 days 580-1050,  1-800-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.   Government seized/surplus  vehicles. U.SJCanadian low  as $100. BMWs, Cadillacs,  Chevs, Fords, Mercedes,  Porsches, trucks, vans.  .Amazing 24-hr recorded message reveals delails  (416)482-3000 copyright  V011.  PUBUCAUTO-TRUCKAUC-  TION every Tuesday 6:30  p.m. and Saturday 12:00  noon. Over 600 cars & trucks  every week. Sell your car or  come as a buyer. First time  customer, this ad worth $50  In tree services. 12742 King  George Highway, Surrey,  B.C. Into: (604)580-0011.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  P/T BUSINESS -PlacingDisplays ol inexpensive Designer  Earrings in Beauty Shops tic.  on consignment. Huge profits, protected territories, minimum stock Investment $600.  1-737-4860,700-1100 ��jn.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa - have exciting Personal Photos ol themselves for sale. For discreet  info write to: Spies, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y7P4.  Adulls only piease.  AMAZING GOVERNMENT  GRANTS (free money)  monthly benefits and low Interest (easier credit) loans  revealed. Canadian residents  only. Business or personal  details explained 1(416)482-  3000 copyright M211.  OUT OF WORK? Trained  Apartment/Condominium  Managers needed. Government licensed, correspondence certification course has  assisted thousands to find  employment. Free brochure:  (604)681 -5456 or 1 -800-665-  8339.  NOTRE DAME COLLEGE.  An independent residential  Catholic High School it accepting registrations lor boys  and girlsolalldenominations.  Grades 9-12. Contact Registrar: Box 100, Wilcox, SK,  SOG5EO. (306)732-2080,  HOME STUDY - Transportation ol Dangerous Goods and  WHMIS Sell-Teach certification programs. Call toll-tree  1-800-465-3366, Danatec  Educational Services Ltd.,  Calgary. Quality training  since 1965.  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITIES  EXPERIENCE FAHM LIFE in  Europe or Japan, all arrangements made tor you. Contact  tha International Agricultural  Exchange Association, 1501  -17 Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB  T2T OE2.  EMPLOYMENT SERVICES  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types of  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/Morel Fordetailscall:  1(604 535-3539.   EQUMIENT  PACIFIC FORKLIFT SALES  LTD. (Est. 1972). Dozens ot  goodusedForkliflsavallable.,  LP, Gas, Diesel, Electric. We  buy tool (604)533-5331, Fax  (604)533-4563. Eves, Derek  Gray (604)277-1905.  EDUCATION  Western Canadian School ol  Auctioneering, next course  July 27 - Aug. 8/92. For a free  brochure, call (403)250 1281  or write to #5,2003 Mc Knight  Blvd.,N.E.,Calgary, T2E612.  FOB SALE MBC.  $CASH$ PAID tor Royal  Doulton figurines, Moorcrolt  Pottery A discontinued china.  ECHO'S ANTIQUES 980-  8011, Toll-free 1-800-663-  6004,9-5 p.m. Tues-SaL ask  for Helen or Kristen.  Juicing Business Equipment,  Pasteurizer, Freezers, bulk  tanks, bottle washer, refiner,  elevator bins, 68 Kenworth  Flaldeck, highway storage  trailers and more. Individual  or package. Deal (604)743-  5393.  FOR SALE MBC.  Dump, water and service  trucks $6,950 and up. Dozers: D 6,D-8's, four with 6  way blades $16,000 and up.  Loaders: Cat and John Deere  (920) $24,500 (966C)  $38,500. Low beds, High  boys, Reelers and belly  dumps $6,950 and up. Excavators, Hitachi and Komalsu,  $43,000 and up. Call Vic or  Ed 493-6791.  Buy memorials direct Irom  manufacturer at wholesale  prices. Write lor free brochure: 'Young's Memorials  and Stoneworks", 4348 Main  Street, Winnipeg R3C 4A3.  Phone (204)338-3938, Fax  (204)338-1049.  HANDLE STRESS. GAIN  CONTROL OVER THE REACTIVE MINDI It starts with  this book Dianetics: The Modem Science ol Mental Health  by LRon Hubbard. $7.50.  Toorder call 1(604)681-0318.  Visa/MC accepted. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundation, 401  West Hastings Street, Vancouver V6B ILS.  HELPWANTEO  EXPANDING TO U.S.A Let  me show how I made SEVEN  figures as exclusive Canadian distributor tor fastest  growing music and book company. Seeking buyer  1(519)944-6000.  We need you lo sell toys A  gifts tor C & M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Cal  (519)258-7905 or Fax  519)258-0707 tor free info.  Licensed Automotive Mechanic required. Sun scope  and air conditioning experience an asset. Send resume  to: Box531, Qualicum Beach,  VOR 2TO.  LIVESTOCK  Stop Looking Nowl Two year  old Uama good for this year's  breeding. Son ol renowned  Chilean Chief. Sturdy conformation, perfect banana ears,  gentle, woolly. Also one year  old Llama Grandson of Chilean Chief. Excellent looking  male stud potential.  1(403)934-5008.   REALESTATE  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We will custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles, singles,  modulars. Phone for details.  Noble Homes, Edmonton:  (403)447-3414, (403)447-  2333.  PERSONAL  FAT BURNERI Astounding  willpower in a bottle! Speeds  up METABOLISM! Increases  Energy! Suppresses Appe-  ftel 100% Natural! 1-978-  6286 Toll-free (24 Hr. message A info line).  PETS  FOR SALE - Top quality male  and female Llamas at reasonable prices. Great pels,  excellenl wool and superb  packers. Telephone:  (403)922-5354.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  tor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  AN ADVERTISING "BEST  "BUY!"  Place your ad In 106  community rewpapers  lor only $195.00 ���  G.S.T. For more information, contact this paper or phone: (604/869-  9222.  Thompson River Estates.  Valley View lots. 3/4 A1 acre  lots, 5 A 10 acre lots. 1 only  S acre lot on the Thompson  River 30 mln. west ol  KamloopsonlheTCH#1. Call  collect 1(604)373-2282.  Almost new 5 Bdrm. home  on 1 treed acre. Lake access across road $110,000.  Lakeview 3 Bdrm. home on  1 treed acre. Beautiful landscaping $98,000. Call  Eleanor Babcock, 832-7144  olfice A 24 Hr. pager. NRS  Bestsellers, Salmon Arm,  B.C.  WHISTLER, B.C. - Bed &  Breakfast for sale. Turnkey  operation with excellent clientele. 7 bedroom home on  doublecornerviewlol. Price  $575,000. Call owner  (604)938-8001.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury  claims. Joel A. Wener trial  lawyer for 24 years. Call  collect: (604)736-5500.  Contingency fees available.  Injured In B.C. only.  NOTRE DAME HOUNDS  residential hockey school.  Girls - one 1 week session  July 19-25. Boys - tour 1  week sessions July 26-Aug.  22. Four hours of Ice time  dally. Graduates include  Wendel Clark, Ruse  Courtnall, Rod Brlnd'Amour,  Curtis Joseph. (306)732-.  2080 lor details.  SPORTS EQUIPMENT  TRAMPOLINES. Buy direct.  Huge 13x13 only $995. 16'  round superiump only $895.  Delivery and setup Included.  14'rounds from $399. Parts/  repalrs/renlals/pay plans.  222-1263 or toll-free 1-800-  663-2261 Mon thru Sat.  S.R.A. Win a Trampoline.  TRAVEL  Horse Lovers - 26 Stalls, indoor arena, office/apartment,  plus separate bedroom apart-  menL Situated on 10 acres of  lakefronl land in the Cariboo.  All lor only $139,000. Call  Ronafter 7*30 p.m. (604)243-  2246.  Shuswap Lakeview, close to  beach. 2 Bdrm. lull basement home, 2 car garage.  Beautilully decorated A landscaped. Extrasll $135,000.  Debbie Anderton 832-7144,  NRS Bestsellers, Salmon  Arm, B.C.  For weekly rent. Privately  owned waterfront properties  on B.C.'s Gulf Islands,  Shuswap, Okanagan and  other lakes. To rent or list a  property call Private  Gelaways 1-675-4600.  COSMOS *GLOBUS-  GATEWAY* MAVERICK.  Book all your escorted bus  lours US/VHAWAII with:  KAEGI TRAVEL/Vancou-  verl You pay no GSTI  (Shared room programmes  available). KAEGI TRAVEL  Tel #683-1291 City Centre  (736 Granville St. #1226) Coast News, July 20, 1992  19  15   Business & ��36   Work Wanted  Home Services   I  PttRlESSTHEE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insuied. Guaianleed  Work. Free estimales. 8852109   TFN  DRYWALL FINISHING  Fast. lehatHe, professional, complete druwall service Large or  small jobs. Rob Hollet 886-3573.  I34w  Lawn A garden Jan 886-0180.  yard cleanup, spiaying shiub A  hedges, pruning gardening   129  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul ol  control? Need tiee pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commercial A  residential. References available.  FRED 186-3526. TFN  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape, mainlenance.  weedeeling, brushcutling, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, window  cleaning, etc. Skip 885-4522.  Httfl  Tiied ol cleaning? Reliable, last,  lots ol experience. 885-3572.  Usha. ��29cn  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL.  STEAM CLEANING  Carpals ��� Upholstery   a*  POWlfllurlflLCK MUUN11D fT*'  EOUIPMEM .'A    ;1  BlSIPOSSIBIl RESULTS     mJ.  JUSI ASK AH0UNI1'  i  886-3823  ��� DIVISION 01 UN DEMIES  I SON r LOORCOVEHINGS  Cati-MfetertSttvlcM  Excavating - BackMing  Retaining Walls - Tienching  LandscapaCcnstiuctaon  Drainage  88M538   TFN  'BOB'S PAINTING"  20 yrs expenence. quality workmanship and materials. Satisfaction guaranteed. 885-4804.128cn  Expeiienced paintei, gardening  arid odd job Call Steve 885-3276.  ��29W  Lighl moving and hauling, yaid  and basmenl cleanups. Norm.  886-9503. I30w  Expeiienced carpeniei 15 years  experience, lirm rales. Free eslimales, no job too small oi loo  laige. Bruce. 885-9576.     I30cn  Rubbish lemoval, yaid cleanup,  lighl moves, odd jobs. 885 9694.  Mien  Trash removal and yaid work.  Dependable, call Glen. 886-4840  Mien  Hardworking 18 yi. old male,  regimes work on bus route. Yard  work, child care, anything.  Andrew, 885-0999. Mien  BOBS HAULING  Will move anything that haunts  you. Bob. 885-4804.        Mien  37. Child Care  Concrete - Spaclallring In driveways, patios, ilalrt, tldewalki,  floors, foundation, ixpond  aggregate. M6-8095       TFNt  Horr.aownar'1 Helpline. 886-  4788 Anytime  Properly   maintenance   and  Improvements. Call foi fiee estimales and advice. I29cn  Log A Timber Irame home builder.  Will build solo or assist owner.  885-5322. I29CN  IN HOME CATERING  Relax. Enjoy your guesls. A la  cade seivice. BBQ specialties,  seafood delights, for lhal personal  touch. Phone 885-3455.    ��?Bcn  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Mainlenance, carports - Fencing - Sundecks ��� Additions etc. Boat mainlenance ���  Island seivice. Foi more inio  please call 885-1981 or Pager  885-5111. #33cn  GOLDSMITH A RESTRINOER  For all your gold and silver  repairs, custom work A resliinglng  can Jerry or Marg at 665-0992.  36  Work Wanled  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  by houi or conliacl. Call 886-  3107. #30cn  Experienced 16 yr old babysitter -  Call lor references. 885-7027.  12901  Bookkeeping for small business.  Reasonable tales. Shirley. 883-  2749. #29w  Fireplace lacings, rock walls,  hearths, etc. 8856026.    ��29cn  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototllling, odd  lobe. 885-3917. TFNs  Responsible woman will babysil  or tutor in French (all ages)  Teachers degree. Chris. 885-  9750. Mlw  FUNSHINE DAYCARE Dally lun  age appropriate activities lot your  21/2-5 year old child. ECE certified statf Lie. Facility. 886-3377.  ���34cn  Child care available lor oul ol  school, ages 6-10 at Teddy Bear  Daycare. 885-2721. #29W  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -18 months to school  age. Fun-lilted caring environnienl  wilh early childhood trained stall.  886-3913. #30cn  Sitter/Mothers helper needed.  Mon-Fri commencing after stiike.  Childien aged 4 8 9, prefer my  home. Hwy 101 8 Henry Rd. 886-  4505. #30cn  Babysitter available, days or  evenings, preler ages 3 and up.  886-7375. Mien  Playmates Daycare on Chaster  Rd. has spaces available. Fun,  caring, loving environment. Firsl  Aid and references, yvonne. 886-  4643. #3tw  38. Business  Opportunities  For Sale/Lease new Industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1800  sq. ft. upper storage space, ollice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 6866204. ss  LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR  is helping many persons lo earn  money working two - lour hours a  day. We can help you. For appt.  call 885-7144 or 886-9479. #30w  Marketing business seeks a few  good people for expansion. FT or  PT, no experience necessary.  885-4064. #31w  Province of Ministry ot  British Columbia        Forests  INVITATION TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders tor Road Construction (1.39 kilometres) on  lha East Wilson Forest Service Road will be received by  the Ministry of Forests al 7077 Duncan Street, Powell  River, British Columbia, VSA 1W1, until 3:30 pm on July  23,1992.  AH enquiries should be made to Trent Meyer or Glen Allen,  Ministry ol Forests Sunshine Coasl Forest District, Powell  River Office, phone 485-9831, fax 485-4033.  Contract particulars are available from the District  Manager, 7077 Duncan Street, Powell River, British  Columbia, V8A 1W1, Telephone No. 485-9831 or the  Sechelt Field Office, 1975 Field Road, Sechelt, British  Columbia, VON 3A0, Telephone No. 885-5174.  Tenders musl be completed on ihe form and submitted in  Ihe envelope supplied in accordance with the Conditions ol  Tender.  No Tender shall be considered which contains any  qualifying clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing It coniWertd mandatory and I* Mheduled  tor Jury 16,1992. Interested parties are advised to notify  the Resource Officer Engineering of their intentions to view  prior to July 14, 1992. Transportation to site will be  responsrblrly of (he tenderers.  ephemera  5 YEARS AGO  Former Supreme Court Judge  Thomas Berger and his wife, Beverly,  shared a warm social visit with the  Sechell Indian Band and were presented  with a beautiful Jimmy Yelton inlaid  cedar carving, as a token of appreciation  for his service in the fight for independence of the Sechelt Band and native  groups in general.  Gibsons water system is completely  constructed wiih asbestos pipes which  will have to be completely replaced in  the next 20 years and that is the reason  Gibsons Council is looking at restructuring, SCRD Chairman Jim Gurney  told a meeting of the Public Utilities  Committee.  10 YEARS AGO  Knowledge Network service arrives  to the Sunshine Coast.  Property owners along Tillicum Bay  Road and Naylor Road in Area C have  requested that the Sunshine Coast  Regional District consider providing  domestic water service to ihe area.  Area E representative Jim Gurney  states "these people have missed the  boat" while Area C representative Jon  McRae pointed oul he believed these  people would be happy with a keyed  standpipe at the head of the road which  would cost an estimated $150.  15 YHtSSS AGO  Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce initiate Dog Fish Derby. The  event is planned as an annual event.  Ralph, the young deer which lived for  a while with the Danroth family on King  Road, continues his climb toward Slavdom. After an appearance in the Beachcombers, Ralph is now starring in the  movie Grizzly Adams.  25 YEARS AGO  The Coast News staff arc on summer  holidays.  35 YEARS AGO  Minister of Highways Phil Gagliardi  decided that henceforth the road from  Gibsons to Powell River will be known  as the Sunshine Coast Highway.  For the second year in a row the  Egmont Marathon Swim is won by Lillian Black. She bettered her last year's  time by eight minutes and was closely  followed by Glen Phillips and Wally Silvey both of Egmont.  45 YEARS AGO  A carnival spirit is anticipated for the  Pender Harbour Regatta. The regatta  takes place on August 16 this year.  Two separate items in the Coast  News announce the arrival of the most  modem bus in Western Canada to serve  the Sunshine Coast and the completion  of one of the finest motels in the  province, if not the world, in Ridgeway  Auto Court.  Yellow cedar felled in the Gibsons  area appears to be well over 3,000 years  old.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, July 21 ,19926:45pm  Coast Check-up  Sea Cavalcade '92... What's in it for you ?  7:00pm  "I Am A Camera" #3 The Ballet.  Ken Bell photographs the National Ballet.  7:30pm  Halfmoon Bay Days Highlights  8:00pm  The Sunshine Coast Music Festival Honors Performance.  Full coverage.  Wednesday, July 22,1992 7:O0pm  Forests for the Future  Join Angela Kroning for a tour of the Canfor seed orchard.  7:25 pm  Coast Check-up  7:40pm  Canada Day 1992  Highlights of the Canada 125 celebrations in Gibsons & Sechelt.  8:00pm  Sechelt Celebration Days  8:30pm  "I Am A Camera" #2 World War 2  Ken Bells photographic work during the war.  Thursday, July 23,1992 7:00pm  Beekeeping #2.. .Spring Management  8:00pm  The Gibsons Ambassador Fashion Show. Full coverage.  9:15 pm  Coast Check-up  9:30pm  "I Am A Camera" #4 Commercial Photography  Ken Bell's work as a commercial photographer. Ginny Vail is the host.  Saturday, July 25,1992 10:00 a.m.  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Parade "Live"  This Community Television  C0ITH fOKT FORI)  Schedule Courtesy of: 0UL ''' ^85,281  Svend Robinson to address  Amnesty group Thursday  The local Sunshine Coast Amnesty  International Group is bringing NDP  External Affairs Critic Svend Robinson  to Sechelt July 23, to speak at a pot luck  fundraiser. The Greenecourt Hall event  starts at 6pm..  The occasion marks a continued  effort on the part of the local Sunshine  Coast human rights group to further its  work on behalf of human rights abuses  around the world, as well as work on the  death penalty issues and prisoners of  conscience - including the group's own  adopted Chinese prisoner: Zhang Weip-  ing. Zhang - who is now into his third  qlbsons council notes  year of a nine-year prison sentence for  drawing "counter-revolutionary" cartoons during the 1989 prodemocracy  movement days in China.  Outspoken Svend Robinson recently  led a parliamentary delegation visit on  human rights abuses to China. He was  eventually ordered to leave China, along  with two other MPs.  There are only 100 tickets available,  at Coast Books & Sayward Books in  Gibsons; Roberts Creek General Store,;  Talewind Books in Sechelt and Pender  Harbour Paper Mill in Madeira Park. For  further information call Rob 886-3822;  SPCA NEWS: This 18-month-old female has been vwl Mining  the SPCA's homeless kittens after raising her own litter, but now  she needs a home of her own. To adopt her. call 885-4771.  NEW?  On the Coasl  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  Helen Milburn  Nan Nanson  CALL  US!  886-8676      Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd��� Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  1 & 2 Bedroom Units  from  $91,900 - $101,900  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  COMOX  Mr,  ft��  0,  Quality a*\RTS, Crafts,  Music, Childrens'  Entertainment & Food  In The Park  By The Ocean.  July 31, Aug. 1,2,31992  61 FILBERG ROAD, COMOX  Despite a moratorium on new subdivisions  and rezonings, building activity remained strong  in Gibsons for the first six months of Ihe year.  The town processed 96 permits to the end of  June for a total value of nearly $6 million. For  the same period last year 86 permits were issued,  but the total value was higher al $9.4 million.  Council explained the strong building activity  to in-fill housing on land already available for  development and the fact lhal there are still lots  open for single-family residenlial development.  Tax collection  Gibsons residents emulated their taxpaying  counterparts elsewhere on the Coast by withholding property tax payment unlil just before  the July 2 deadline.  Eight per cent of the total levy, about  $269,000, was still outstanding after that date  and subject to a late payment penalty of 10 per  cent. Administrator Dan Legg said the normal  expectation of municipalities is to receive  between 90 per cent and 95 per cent of payments  on or before the due date.  narthwdo  m%  xsagw  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Ortertted  Prices start at $ 128,800  2&3 Bedroom. 2Bath Units  Forfurther biformation contact:  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 886-4680  Hans Ounpuu, KR#2, S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON 1VO  Fax (604) 886-4623  ammmmm 20  Coast News', Inly 20. 1992  news  Pender airs water quality concerns  Member ol  ALLIED  by Jane Seyd  It was expected to be more of  a showdown: the traditional pattern of single-residential homes  versus recommendations for  "cluster" housing development.  Traditional light industry versus  new plans for tourist-orienled  commercial activity.  But those issues didn't seem  to be on the minds of the relatively few people who turned  out for Monday's public information meeting on the Pender  Harbour lakes study, conducted  for the regional district.  Instead, concerns about water  quality focused on logging in  the area's watersheds, the  impact of Garden Bay road, and  inadequate enforcement of existing building regulations.  And while residents pointed  out some weaknesses in the  study, nearly everyone had  praise for the document, which  they said was long overdue in  the area.  About 30 people came out to  the Madeira Park communily  hall to view the study maps and  documents and hear an explanation of the lakes study from  David Harper of Westland  Resources, the company hired  by the regional district to  research and complete the document at a cost of $25,000.  Originally, the lakes study  stemmed fiom a moratorium on  development that was placed  around Garden Bay Lake after  Sechelt resident Pat Chamberlin, one of the driving forces  behind a public effort to halt the  proposed 'Beachcomber pro-  - -ject' on Trail Bay, presented  Sechelt council with a petition  with over 900 names of people  opposed to the 96-unit condominium development last week.  Chamberlin asked council to  post a copy of it in the municipal hall, saying the large  response wan-anted such action.  "We seem to have tapped into a  sense of despair in this community,'' she said.  Chamberlin went beyond  requesting council post a copy  of the petition, however, and  asked council to form a liaison  committee with those interested  in the project so there would be  "ongoing discussion regarding  the concerns raised through this  issue." She said the committee  would explore ways in which  . the Trail Bay Property could be  purchased in the interest of preserving it as a park and protect  Sechelt's lifestyle.  The approximate cost of the  three-acre block of land is $1.7  million and Chamberlin said her  group viewed the prospect of  raising the money as "a challenge, not an impediment."  Revitallsatlon begins,  Sechelt's downtown revitalization project is underway.  Councillor Bob Wilson told  council last week the work on  the initial stage of the project -  the removal of overhead power-  lines from Cowrie street onto  Teredo Street - began last Monday, "Believe it or not, it's  underway," Wilson said.  Sprinkkr demo  Sechelt council may consider  imposing a bylaw requiring  sprinkler systems in new construction projects within the  municipality. Council won't  decide, however, until the fire  department has a chance to  prove sprinkler system worthiness.  To that end, a demonstration  of sprinkler systems effectiveness will be held at the Sechelt  Lakes study earns praise  at community meeting  rosiiU-iils btCtUM I'uiiiviiial lli.u  new subdivisions would be  Uetriiiu-iiial lo Mln i|ii.iln\  So far. all of the lakes still  meet utndudi fot both drinking  waler ami aquatic life, *aiil  I l.iHH'i   llul many ot I In' lakes  nov, ftee development pros  sures which must be carefully  planned so ihey do noi adversely  alfeel ihe water i|iialily.  Those facing mosi severe  threats include Garden Hay.  Hotel and l'ai| (or Lily) lakes.  said Harper.  Hut many residents present  thought lojipiii)! around McNeil  (or Haslam) lake. Ihe chief  source of drinking watei In Pen  der Haibour. represented a  greater dancer lii Ihe water sup  ply  Bernard Bennett, chair of the  South Pendei Waterworks Dis  Iricl, said ihe logging has been a  continual source of dispute with  Ihe loresi Service.  "They disregard Iheir own  plans," he said. Blow down of  Irees around the lakeshore has  meant "it's the most horrendous  mess you ever saw in your life,"  he added.  Bennell said he was disappointed that his waterworks districl had nni been consulted during earlier stages of Ihe study.  Hi* also took exception to the  "multiple use" emphasis of the  document, saying, "There's no  use mon1 Important than donia".  lie waler supply."  Concerns about logging in  the watersheds were also echoed  by Pendei resident David Maw  and by John Seabrook, of llie  Egmonl waler board, who said  culling around Bgmont'S Waugh  I ake waler supply was cause foi  worn  In addition io concerns aboul  llie pieseni biological condition  of the lakes, residents also ques  tinned whal the financial impli  canons of the study would be  for lakeshore property owners.  Several people, including Bill  Hunsche (of Pender Harboui  Really) expressed concern lhat a  significant number of lakeshore  properties would he subject lo  rezoning alter Ihe already con  tentious land use Bylaw 337 is  adopted by ihe regional districl.  Others questioned llie study's  lack of scientific Information,  such as monitoring of phosphorus levels, in lighl of some of ils  broad recommendations.  Among oilier suggestions, ihe  sludy recommends discouraging  "strip" development of single  residential housing in favour of  cluster housing, which it says  would allow greater control of  building and septic fields, and  make il easier lo identify the  source of problems if they arise,  ll also recommends removing  industrial uses from properties  around the lakes in favour of  lower impact commercial developmem.  I in*, iionmeiiial impact assessments are recommended for  developments of lots larger than  five hectares and the report suggests lhal written sile descriptions be required prior lo (level  opmenL  Some people, however, ques  lioned whether further regulations for development would be  any help, since Ihey said even  Ihe existing rules have inadequate enforcement, including  those for building permits and  seplic field setbacks.  "None of us want to be  whistle blowers, bul unless we  stand up and say something, you  people don't know," said F.d  Hawkins of Ruby I-akc. "This is  an old issue."  Despite the criticisms,  response lo Ihe sludy was generally positive. "This is an excellenl report," said Hawkins.  "I et's do something aboul it. "  following the meeting, Wilson said addressing the moratorium on development in Garden  Bay would be Ihe first priority  and that the report would be  helpful in developing a communily plan in the future.  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