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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X5 94.9  Atten: Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  A B L  I S H E D     1  9 4  September 6,1993 Volume 47 Issue 36  Fishing abuses snag enhancement efforts  by Jane Seyd  Illegal fishing on Chapman Creek  has raised the ire of both the Sunshine  Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society  and local fisheries officials.  "We're very perturbed," said Kathy  Clark, a director of the salmon enhancement group. "We have done so much  work to get the run to this stage."  "All the kids know what they're  doing is illegal."  People fishing in the creek have been  going after spawning pink salmon, and  have been using the wrong type of  hooks, said Bill Chinnick, enhancement  society president.  "This is the first year of a substantial  year for pinks," he said. "...We started  that ran."  But now those fish are being caught  and kept against regulations, "it's really  disheartening."  Grant McBain, community advisor  for the Department of Fisheries and  Oceans (DFO), echoed those concerns.  The problem boils down to "wrong  species, wrong gear," he said, with people trying to snag the returning pinks  with treble hooks and weights in the  creek.  At this time of year, the fish are all  waiting in pools to become ready to  spawn, he said, making them easy prey  for the rod and reel.  A recent front page photo showing a  young fisherman going after pinks  doesn't help either, said McBain: "It  doesn't help to have the paper showing  the wrong sort of fish hanging up in the  air."  According to sport fishing regulations, only single barbless hooks can be  used when fishing in fresh water.  That way, when the wrong species of  fish is caught, it's easier to release and  the fish isn't damaged as much by the  hook.  Any wild trout, sockeye, pink or  chum salmon caught in fresh water  must be released.  Depending on the size, a total of  either two or four coho and chinook  salmon may be kept. In Chapman  Creek, fishing is also illegal around the  falls and 100 metres downstream of  them.  But those rules don't seem to have  made much of a dent on many of the  fishing habits at the creek.  turn to page 2  Sechelt  elders  rue  Caren  logging  by Jane Seyd  Anne Quinn stood at the  edge of the logging road in the  breeze blowing in over the  clearcut and the fireweed, looking out to Narrows Inlet in the  distance.  "Imagine our people came  over these mountains."  The other elders surveyed the  scene around them at the top of  the Caren Range.  "If we had our trees up it  would be more beautiful," said  Diane Joe. "No wonder they're  working so hard on that protest  Look at the damage they do."  The stop was part of a Thursday picnic and revisiting of the  area for six Sechelt Indian Band  elders, who recalled the excitement of berry-picking and  medicine-gathering of earlier  times among other feelings of  sadness at the kind of clearcuts  they saw.  During their youth, said the  elders, summer berry picking  was done with their grandmothers, who would then make  everything from pie to jam to  blueberry upside down cake.  Salal and huckleberries were  dried in the sun to be preserved  for winter. "Now the stores sell  it and they call it roll-ups," said  Joe.  turn to page 2  Anne Quinn picks blueberries as the elders of the Sechelt Band tour the Caren Range Thursday.  Jane Seyd photo  OCP revisions  complete, public  hearing date set  by Charles Hart  With a drop of the gavel,  Gibsons council wrapped up 20  months of intensive planning  work Tuesday in giving first  reading to an amended Official  Community Plan.  Since an initial  draft was aired at a  public hearing in  January 1992, the  plan has undergone  substantial changes  at the hands of consultants, council,  and municipal staff.  In addition, the  public was given  the opportunity to  review the revised  draft at open houses  hosted by the town in May.  Changes made since then,"  most of them housekeeping  word and mapping improvements, according to municipal  planner Susan Stratis, are  detailed in a 13-page explanatory sheet compiled by the town  for ease of comparison. However, the amended plan itself is  available for cross reference at  the library.  Stratis said some of the most  significant changes involve a  tightening up of wording for  development permit areas, especially development permit area  No. 4 on multi-family housing.  Revised sections deal with  building scale, blend with surrounding area, density of  design, landscaping and parking  requirements.  Tbe plan bas  undergone  substantial  changes at tbe  bands of  consultants,  council, and  municipal staff"  A new marine recreation  zone has been added along the  waterfront between the inner  harbour (classified as commercial haibour) and the municipal  boundaries, and several possible  contaminated sites  are indicated on a  map calling for  detailed environmental assessment  before redevelopment of the site*  could proceed.  The marine recreation zone essentially provides  for seasonal recreational moorage  and does not allow  for foreshore structures or upland commercial  ,..--, *...,���..*����. ���* ���...-.   uses.  The latest revisions alio  incorporate some wording  changes to reflect other specific  criticisms levelled at the draft in  May.  An intention to develop heritage policies, for example, is  clearly spelled out by the addition of: "Support completion, in  the future, of a Heritage Strategy and Heritage Management  Plan to provide more detailed  guidance for heritage preservation."  The amended plan received  the unanimous support of council (Cllr. John McNevin wu  absent) and will now go to a  formal public hearing in the  Cedars Inn meeting room, 7:30  pm, Wednesday Sept. 29.  14  ��  11  I  ��  Rockwood, council to meet over lodge's future  by Stuart Burnside  Outcry continues over a  Sechelt council decision not to  apply for reserve status for  Rockwood Centre.  Letters are pouring into the  municipality, residents are making impassioned appeals to  council and an informal meeting  has been called between councillors and the Rockwood Lodge  Society.  At Wednesday's Sechelt  council meeting, Sechelt resident Vic Walters ran through a  brief history of Rockwood Centre and the amount of community effort it has taken to get the  facility to the point it is.  Walters recounted how in  1982 the Sechelt Chamber of  Commerce hatched a scheme to  buy Rockwood when the property was for sale at $63,000. The  mayor of the day, the late Bud  Koch, orchestrated a raffle to  help pay for the purchase.  "Would you believe we  raised $80,000 with that raffle?"  Walters said "But that was done  on the (belief) Rockwood would  always be for the community ...  No halfway measures."  Walters went on to list high  and low points in Rockwood's  history including some of the  private donations of Sechelt  businesses and individuals. The  list included $8,500 he had  donated himself.  "Throughout all of this,"  Walters said, with all the sales  and selling of tickets, "it was  always with the idea Rockwood  would be a permanent civic  place for the community ... So  no one can understand why  council won't do that ... lock it  up. Restrict the use of Rock  wood any way you can."  Councillor Michael Shanks  said he had "been in touch" with  Rockwood representatives and  the informal meeting requested  should serve to alleviate any  fears of Rockwood being sold.  At a council meeting in the  beginning of August, council  voted four to three against a proposal to apply to the province to  put Rockwood Lodge in a  reserve. Shanks said he preferred other options which  would not limit council's control.  Animal euthanasia -a last  resortfor pets, vets and owners  by Darah Hansen  When entering veterinary college, students  must pass through an  interview in which instructors  like to ask topical, often controversial questions.  Dr. Wendy Royle remembers  her question was on the subject  of abortion: whether she felt a  physician had the right to say no  to the operation. She answered  'Yes*.  Her interrogators then asked:  "If you feel that way, do you  also feel that a vet lias the right  to refuse euthanasia?"  Her answer was yes again.  She added that vets also have  the responsibility to consider the  alternative for the animal in  question and if that alternative  doesn't include a decent quality  of life, "then I don't think  you're doing it a favour."  In the four years since  becoming a vet, Royle has had  the chance to put her words into  action - more times than she can  count - both in her new practice  at the Sechelt Animal Hospital  and in past work for a city animal shelter in Whiiehorse.  Euthanasia - the means of  putting an animal to a painless  death. It's a frightening option  for anyone who cares for animals, yet one that usually must  be faced both in the case of pets  or strays from a shelter.  Several means exist for euthanizing animals that are considered humane by both the SPCA  and veterinarians. They include  intravenous lethal injection,  gassing and shooting an animal.  Royle prefers the injection  method, using of euthanyl, a  potent drug which almost immediately shuts down the central  nervous system.  Royle said in her experience  most people resist the idea of  euthanasia as a positive choice  for animals.  In the case of a family pet,  it's a genuine feeling of loss, of  losing the family friend. People  grow very attached to their pets  and "(they) just can't bring  themselves to make that decision," says Royle. Others feel  animals should be allowed to  die naturally and that it's kinder  for them to do so.  turn to back page  Derby brings big haul for salmonid enhancement  Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement Society president Bill Chinnick (left) and hatchery  manager Bob Amstead (right) receive $12,000 from Hugh Gatsby (centre) of Lord Jim's  Resort. The money represents the proceeds and donations from Lord Jim's Salmon  Enhancement Fishing Derby. 3 Joel Johnstone  MUM  MM Coast News, September 6, 1993  Beads, Beads, Beads  y��  Mon.-Sal. IO-5.aH?, Sun.  57��CoaHteSt.,SecM  8854480  ���8 1-* IMPORT*  THE TIMBER FRAME COMPANY  R.R. 3,  Powell River. B.C.  V8A 5CI (604) 487-43%  ��� uressskin  fHinel ftKtO-.ro.  ��� an// or write  j���r tn/brmathm  Maurice Shapiro  mMi  \  Wyrxr dream home from stock plans,  or your cuslom design.. .aoomplete  home potzkagecif pis-assembled  compiinerte,rahdrkri framing  lutrixrdelimedtothebuk_tigsile  lo save you *r��iS money.  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Wright  Secretary to the Board  WATCH FOR THE  ^SEPTEMBEI  mPen Hotel  rebels on  regional  rezoning  to rural  residential  by Jane Seyd  The bump and grind and the  beer can stay for as long as the  old hotel's around.  But the prospect of water  slides and Fantasy Gardens-  style theme parks in the future  would definitely be out, along  with any other major commercial development.  That's the gist of a rezoning  the regional district wants to  pass on the south half of the  Peninsula Hotel property in  Roberts Creek, which would  change the zoning from commercial to rural-residential,  allowing the hotel to continue  under legal non-conforming status.  "The intent is not to put the  Pen Hotel out of business," said  planner Steve Olmstead.  But it is meant to discourage  future strip development along  the highway, he said, and consolidate commercial uses in  downtown Roberts Creek, in  keeping with the draft community plan.  About 25 people turned out  to debate that move at a public  hearing Wednesday night at  Roberts Creek community hall,  with opinion split on its merits.  Those in favour of the rezoning said it reflects the wishes of  the community as expressed  Owners of the Peninsula Hotel are objecting to a Roberts Creek Official Community Plan proposal  to rezone their property, arguing It will half their property value. Joel Johnstone photo  both in the past and pending  community plans. They said  making prospective buyers  aware of those wishes is only  fair, since the property is now  up for sale.  Calling it a long overdue  move, "1 think      what's happening here tonight  is exactly what  the people of  Roberts Creek  have been asking for," said  Alex Ross.  In a letter, Caitlin Hicks also  supported the rezoning, asking  "Isn't this an agricultural area?"  Barry Krangle emphasized  the rezoning has the support of  the official community plan  committee.  He added that's not meant to  be a smack against the establishment itself. "It's got nothing to  do with the Pen," he said. "It's  got to do wilh the property."  But those against the rezoning said rights of the current  property owner - who could      stand to lose  money through  Ihe   move   -  haven't been  taken     into  account by the  ___^___  regional district.  Calling the move "far, far too  draconian", Albert Eger said the  downzoning of private property  isn't fair.  "What is it going to do to the  property owner? What is he  going to lose?" he asked.  Others questioned the economic impact on the communi-  "We're within our  rights to do this'  ��� Brett McGillivray  ty, through loss of commercial  revenue or a lawsuit for compensation from the owners.  The possible effect on other  commercial properties was also  raised. Saying it's "fairly obvious" the move will affect other  owners, Steve Gamble commented, "I'm concerned not all  the cards are on the table."  Dale Blackhorn, owner of the  hotel for the past seven years,  said he felt singled out by the  move and added he would hold  the regional district accountable  for any loss of property value.  But Brett McGillivray,  regional director for the area,  said after the meeting it's not  the fin-it time a commercial zoning has been taken away on the  highway.  "We're within our rights to  do this."  Some anglers set bad example in creeks  from page 1  According to Chinnick, when he went to  speak to one young fishermad,-."he was  standing there with three pinks ot a gaff  hook and the eggs were running out on to  the ground."  Another time, a father was standing in  the stream with a buzzbomb on his line,  "and he's showing his kids how to fish,"  said Chinnick.  Fishing at night when nobody's around  to see is another favourite practice.  Terry Gjernes, recreational fishing coordinator for DFO, said this kind of illegal  fishing can be a problem. Kids see hundreds of fish in a river and "they think it  isn't a really big deal if they go and catch a  few," he said. "It's an educational thing as  well. It's hard to legislate ethics."  But McBain said since all sport fishermen are supposed to have a licence which  sets out the rules, "ignorance is no excuse  for not obeying the law."  "There's really no excuse for it," said  Chinnick, who added the police have been  notified about the problem.  On Friday morning, the remaining  pinks were seined out of the creek and  transferred to the Chapman Creek hatchery  for spawning. "That way at least we'll have  a little control over it," said Chinnick.  Added Clark, "otherwise it'll be open  season."  Seeking healing plants on the Caren Range  from pagel  The old people would collect  leaves for tea: "no Lipton and  Red Rose in those days," and  pick long grasses to make mats  out of.  The gathering of plants for  natural medicines was also  important.  On Thursday, the elders managed to find some of the special  plants again. The bottom stalk of  one of these was dried and used  to cure everything from  toothaches to open wounds.  Known as "skwinalph" in the  Sechelt language, "it's a very  powerful medicine," said Gilbert  Joe. "If you take it in a large  volume it's poisonous."  "Right now it's the best,"  said Beatrice Hewens, examining   flowers  on  three of the stalks  ���������������  collected.  But meanwhile,  the elders said they  were sad about the  kinds of logging  practices they saw  evidence of at the  Caren. ���������*���-  "I'm a little angry with  them," said Hewens, patting the  stump of a large old-growth tree  left in the slash. "There's a lot of  waste." Others expressed surprise at the number of logging  'They can't really  say they'll  sustain tbe  timber up here'  - Gilbert Joe  roads they could see.  "Then they wonder why they  have these landslides...there's no  trees to hold it up  ���������������  anymore," said  Diane Joe.  "Our creator  put them here for  a reason and they  want to clear  them all out.  "Cut and run,"  ������������*������ she added. "Most  of our wood goes to other countries.  "We can't afford to buy it  here."  Gilbert Joe said although he  worked for 30 years as a logger,  he'd like to see the remaining  forest in the Caren preserved as  a park.  Several of the elders echoed  those feelings on Thursday.  That policy hasn't been  adopted by the band council,  which has yet to discuss the  issue, said Sechelt chief Garry  Feschuk.  Meanwhile, "they can't really say they'll sustain the timber  up here. It takes 1,800 years to  grow," said Joe.  He added he's also become  concerned about nesting sites of  the marbled murrelets - known  as "spipiyus" in the Sechelt language.  - - funeral is saying "goodbye" to a loved one in a way that offers special meaning and  commemeration of life. When a death occurs the issues we face are often decided in the  midst of deep sorrow. The B.C. Funeral Association suggests that you consider advanced  funeral planning.  Take the first step today, contact the B.C. Funeral Association at their toll free number  1-800-665-3899 for your free copy of "Helpful Information About Funerals". It's simply  our way of helping you now...prepare for later.  A  /��� Coast News, September 6, 1993  Sechelt initiates search for RCMP building  by Stuart Burnside  Now that the District of Sechelt is taking  responsibility for providing its own police services, the Sechelt RCMP detachment could  become the Wilson Creek-based RCMP.  Al Wednesday's Sechelt council meeting,  councillors voted for administrator Art Lew  to begin negotiations for the lease of an  unspecified building on Field Road, which  could eventually become the new RCMP  headquarters.  Sechelt became responsible for its own  policing after the 1992 census was released,  showing the municipality's population to have  exceeded 5,000.  A meeting between Sechelt council and the  RCMP was held in spring, at which point  Vancouver superintendent David Cowley outlined the needs of the Sechelt detachment in  terms of location and new facilities.  At the time, Cowley was adamant the new  police building should be located in the downtown core, possibly on Block Seven with Ihe  proposed new municipal hall.  Cowley, however, was not at Wednesday's  meeting to defend his point of view, due to a  "miscommunication" with the District of  Sechelt, and it fell to Sechelt Staff Sgt. Cam  Reid to remind council the Mounties were  looking for a centrally located, "high profile"  facility.  Reid asked council to hold off making any  decisions until the next council meeting when  Cowley could attend.  -21  ���    r  1  1  (*���*-���     i���i   iH  9    J Infill kfa~  ������J���     _J"\.    .mW:                                                    \^_Mi1^m 1  y -  MS***  i,   ���        +"*  vl *!|m  L  -  P  Mayor Nancy MacLarty said that Lew was  being told only to look into the Field Road  location and nothing would be decided without further consultation with the RCMP.  She and Cllr. Bob Wilson pointed out the  cost of a core location for new RCMP facilities is projected at $2 million and could prove  prohibitive for the district.  They indicated it was prudent for the  municipality to look at other options. "Even if  the facility was to end up on Field Road,"  MacLarty said, "we could still provide an  office in the new municipal hall to give the  police a storefront presence (in the district  core)."  Cowley will be invited to the next council  meeting Sept. 15.  Roberts Creek .school  principal jack Pope says any  concerns parents have over  the state of the school .given  the ongoing construction, are  unnecessary. The centre  portion will be under  renovation until November  but all other areas are open,  Including the new addition. In  November the old office area  and classrooms will undergo  renovations with operations  moving Into the newly  renovated section. Class times  have been adjusted for  Roberts Creek School only to  the extent that school will  begin at 9:15 am and end at  2:45 pm.  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Assistant superintendent Stuart Hercus reported new teach  ing staff has been hired to deal  with the increase. The district  now employs 237 teachers, principals and vice-principals.  Hercus said more staff will  be hired if the student numbers  exceed estimates made so far.  Additional special needs  teachers and teacher-aides will  be hired after the requirements  of the district are assessed. No  additional secretarial help will  be hired, said Hercus. Staffing  will increase in the custodial and  maintenance departments in  order to keep pace with the  enlarged school buildings and  portable classrooms.  Major construction at Roberts  Creek and Cedar Grove elementary schools will continue into  the school season. Meanwhile,  school board trustees concluded  their two-and-a-half day retreat  held on the Coast last week by  defining their five primary goals  for the coming school season.  Among them, board chair Pat  Stuart said trustees will be looking to develop plans for acquiring land and constructing new  intermediate schools; clarify  staff roles and responsibilities in  the district; and further implement year 2000 principles at the  intermediate education level.  Stuart said the subject of  restructuring and downsizing the  present school board was discussed, but no conclusions will  be reached before the elections  are held this November.  Spring's a long way away...  (pt spring flowering bulbs have arrived  at Quality Farms!  ���daffodils  ���crocuses  hyacinths  tulips  All the old-time favourites, phis  some new and unusual ones!  Get there early  for the best selection  Qttailily F.trm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pender recycling program launched  by Jane Seyd  After several years of community effort, the wave of environmentally conscious recycling  pushed north of Sechelt this  month with the recent "unofficial" opening of a new recycling  depot in Pender Harbour.  Open Ihree days a week and  accepting materials ranging  from newspapers lo milk jugs,  the depot is set up in an old  welding shop on Highway 101  near Menacher Road in Klein-  dale.  The operation is not without  its problems - money to cover a  paid attendanl, equipment and  the cost of transporting materials  to market is still lacking.  But GRIPS - the Pender Harbour recycling group - remains  optimistic aboul eventually getting funding. "We've been plugging away al Ihis for a couple of  years," said Val Verrall, an  organizer for the group.  Up till now, Pender residents  struck by Ihe urge to do Ihe right  thing have had to haul recy-  clables half an hour down the  highway to the Sechelt depot.  The new depot - located  between Madeira Park and the  Pender landfill site - should  make recycling more possible.  "We've been plugging  away at this for a  couple of years'  -Val Verrall  Recently, the Pender recycling group suffered a setback  when it was refused a federal  Environmental Partners grant  which would have helped offset  costs of operating the depot. The  application will be looked at  again in December, says Verrall.  Meanwhile, the group is  looking to local service clubs,  corporate grants and possible  provincial funding to go towards  a cardboard baler and can com-  pacter.  For now, the depot will be  run by volunteers and get by on  donations, including the six  months free rent given by the  owner of the depot building. A  recent grant of $5,000 from the  regional district will also help.  Along with the regular recyclable materials accepted, the  depot will have a "free table"  where residents can pick up  reusable items or post notices  for buried treasures sought.  "We look on it as a community resource rather than something which should be buried in  the ground," said Verrall.  Newspapers, ledger and computer paper, cardboard, tin and  aluminum cans, plastic milk  jugs, clear and brown glass can  be dropped off at the depot from  Friday to Sunday between 10 am  and 4 pm, along with old telephone books.  Meanwhile, SCRAPS, the  Gibsons recycling group, is now  also operating the Sechelt depot  in co-operation with Claytons  supermarket. The depot hopes to  begin accepting glass again in  the next month, says Suzanne  Chernoff, president of SCRAPS.  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Fwmorebrfbnnafton^ELniTIMVaat  886-1862  has arrived!  /tloryorid  ��T  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt aw-9330 Coast News, September 6, 1993  Candidates  embarking on  election trail  It's as if the nation is holding its collective breath,  preparing for a great expulsion of hot air when the country breaks out in the five-yearly rash of election fever.  All the warning signs are there, and with a deadline  day of Oct. 25, there is every certainty that the election  writ will be dropped within the next week or so.  That has candidates across the country jockeying for  position at the starting gate for the polls, and the Coast's  lineup of hopefuls is no exception.  While Reform Party Leader Preston Manning is making political hay with not-so-subtle manoeuvres by the  political powers that be in Ottawa to keep him out of a  televised leadership debate, the party's banner bearer here  in the North Island-Powell River riding, forester John  Duncan, is also trying to raise his profile.  His handlers invited the media to a meet-the-candidate  breakfast Friday - an invitation the Coast News declined  as it would for any candidate at this stage. Duncan was  the first local candidate nominated, nearly a year ago, and  there is still plenty of time for more interviews before the  election without acquiescing to personal lobbying.  The Liberal Party candidate, Al Huddlestan, lives in  Port Hardy at the north tip of Vancouver Island and last  week made his first visit to court favour on the Sunshine  Coast since winning the nomination. He was travelling in  a rolling, Winnebago-style campaign office, dropping by  at local newspapers to introduce himself and promote his  background in municipal politics on the Island.  The Progressive Conservative Party's Mark von Shell-  witz, who lives in Campbell River, also stopped by last  week. His camp has been busy firing off press releases:  blasting incumbent NDP MP Ray Skelly's attendance  record in the House of Commons, or responding to Skelly's attacks on the Tory government's cash and carry  computer sale, von Shellwitz seems bent on an old-fashioned campaign - one that seeks to discredit the incumbent while appealing to the electorate's ceaseless yearning for a fresh face.  The National Party and the Greens, which have also  both nominated candidates for the North Island-Powell  River riding, are laying comparatively low. As fringe parties, they tend anyway to concentrate on advancing political ideas at election time, broadening debate, rather than  pursuing personality politics to win votes.  As for Skelly, he appears still to be waiting' for ��-date  before embarking on the election trail.  Angling for closures  By all accounts, fishing on the Coast has been exceptionally good this summer. Enforcement of regulations,  however, is not an easy task and around creeks it is especially critical once returning salmon arrive.  The Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society is  rebuilding runs on Chapman Creek with a concerted  hatchery program, but it appears angling regulations are  being abused, threatening enhancement efforts. There are  different rules for different species and specific gear  restrictions. Angling ignorance sent Fisheries officers  wading into the waters Friday on a rescue operation.  It's time creeks such as Chapman were closed to all  fishing once the salmon start to run.  Raise voices  on beach plight  Every day we are bombarded  by environmental issues and  they are reported well in the  press and on TV. Many of us  belong to environmental organizations, study complex issues  and try to come to informed  opinions.  In spite of this environmental  awareness, which I thought was  of a high calibre on the Sunshine Coast, we have an environmental disaster in our midst.  I am referring to the destruction  of the beautiful beach at the foot  of Wakefield Road where a  large sewer pumping station has  been installed.  Truckloads of debris were  also dumped in a very haphazard way, but some of this was  removed due to public outcry.  Tonight on TV, I heard that they  are building a bridge on Vancouver Island in such a way as  not to disturb the fish. I cannot  reconcile saving old-growth for*1  est and nesting sites of birds  with a great deal of vigour, but  allowing the destruction of a  natural, accessible beach, which  was for the enjoyment of human  beings. I am surprised there  hasn't been a much louder voice  raised to restore the public  beach to its natural condition.  BARBARA K. WHISTLER  Sechett  Cooperation main  hope for future  Re: Peter Light's open letter  to Murray Cantelon:  Well, wowee, Mr. Light.  Your letter was one big passionate blast. In a part of Canada  where expressing heartfelt concern is considered 'not nice' if  not downright eccentric or daft,  it was grand to read a heartfelt,  hot lament I am sorry you chose  to describe big government and  big business 'walking claw in  claw', an insult to claw-bearing  creatures.  And, I suspect, that before  the question of forest management might divide us, we are  suffering from significant linguistic divisions. For example:  if there are people called environmentalists then who are the  people who are not environmentalists and most Importantly  where in the name of Zeus do  they think that they might be  living? Is there somewhere outside of the environment?  And then we all speak of the  environment as though it were  outside ourself. We can no more  be aside, or outside the environment than can a fish be out of  water. We are in the environment, of the environment, and  acting upon the environment. So  long as we are unable to understand that there is no outside the  environment, no total scientific  detachment, we are in BIO trouble. I've been seriously concerned by our role, my role, in  the degradation of where we all  live, this planet, since the '60s.  It seems that the finahcially  dominant culture (cultures?) are  racing towards self-destruction,  sweeping along tbe financially  poorer cultures. My only hope  and consolation now are that die  planet and some species other  than man may survive our follies.  Mr. Light, I really appreciate  your letter. But I do have one  minor point of difference.  Unlike you I am very uncomfortable with the word sustainability. Each point of view, each  interest group will define that  word differently. Division lurks  in that word. Also, what historical precedents do we have of  mans' able stewardship to show  his ability to understand or practise sustainability? Will a dominant financial culture change  overnight or In 20 years? Our  basic ethos is non-cooperative,  ultimate conquest. We conquer  peoples, we conquer space, we  rale the seas, we conquer cancer  WO welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions tot brevity, ctarBy and legality-. Please mall  your letters to:  TheEdltor  .Sunahlne CoeatNowe  Box4W  QKNhnw,B.C.  V0N1V0  (oh?). We basically think, live,  breathe the notion of conquest.  So, surely we conquer nature.  Pretty damn silly way to  behave, but this is the history  and the present moment of dominant man. Until each of us takes  a long, lingering look in the mirror and begins to shed some  favourite notions about self,  notions taught in schools passed  on unquestioned teacher to student, notions learned each day  in and by thc status quo, we'll  live in the shadows of conquest  Mr. Light, coming together  over Clayoquot is an act for the  environment as you suggest, not  just a congregation against logging old growth, but a congregation involved co-operatively.  And, I suspect that the practise  of co-operation is our main hope  for a future.  CYNTHIA VON RHAU  Gibeona  Breast clinic starts  I would like to thank the  Coast News for printing my letter 'Hope exists on the breast  cancer issue.' Starting in  September there will be a Breast  Self-Exam Clinic held monthly  at the Gibsons Health Unit. This  clinic was held in 1985/86 and I  invite women who attended then  to come again and reacquaint  themselves with the technique  of breast self-exam.  Early detection is often the  key to surviving breast cancer.  The clinic will give women the  knowledge and technique to  provide power for survival. Call  me at 886-8847 for further  information.  DENISE OLSON, L.M  Gibeona  Not a bad beginning from our new prime minister  Canada's Iron Lady, as Kim Campbell has been  styled in the British press this summer, is winning  approving notices for ber first days as prime minister.  The moves Campbell is making to set ber own  stamp on the Progressive Conservative Party in the  short run-up to the next federal election are perhaps predictable, but nonetheless welcome for that  Fust her apparemly determined demonstration  of frugality in office is singled out for applause and  perhaps deserves a suspension of cynicism. For too  long politicians have specialised in preaching  steely-eyed fiscal restraint for everybody else  while lapping up the gravy from the public trough  as though there were no tomorrow.  If there hu to be a leaner and more efficient  Canada, and a competitive world insists that there  must be, then those who would lead should be  leading by example. The public should be asked  for sacrifices only after the power bloated have  indicated a willingness and an ability to do more  with leu.  A profound cynicism must develop when leaders like Campbell's predecessor preach sacrifice to  the public yet live themselves in an opulence bordering on tbe imperial. It might be unfair to suggest that Myla Mulroney lived in the style of the  wife of the late President Marcos of the Phillip-  pines, but never did the former first Canadian Lady  indicate that she knew the meaning of sacrifice, let  musings  John burnside  alone practise it along with the rest of us at her  husband's earnest behest  The second initiative from our prime minister  winning plaudits abroad is her insistence on moving the country towards greater independence from  American policy, both foreign and domestic.  Again, a sharp practitioner of the art of politics,  which Campbell almost assuredly is, could be  expected to move some distance away from the  embarrassingly obsequious stance favoured by the  Boy from Baie Comeau.  It is a change in emphasis that the country is  surely ready for and, happily for Campbell, coincides with an increasingly inward-looking United  States, less concerned than previous administrations with hawkish posturing, perhaps, and less  expectant of automatic subservience from its allies.  It is a good lime to declare one's independence  when no one much cares whether one is independent or not Canadian political necessities match  up conveniently for Prime Minister Campbell with  the growing desire of Canada's giant neighbour to  shuck itself of some of the burdens of international  leadership.  Smaller nations can be effective international  voices within multi-lateral organizations, more  effective than any satellite subservience can allow.  If Canada can match this move to asserted independence in thought and action with clear calls for  increased efficiency and a control of the bureaucracy within the United Nations, for example, the  country might regain the respected international  role it enjoyed previously.  The role of unaligned moderate has both dignity  and some usefulness on the world stage. The years  of Mulroney 'me-tooism' saw that treasured international role in danger of slipping from the Canadian grasp.  Fair enough, Kim Campbell, so far. There never  can be too much emphasis on frugal stewardship of  the public purse; there should always be a distinctively Canadian voice in international affairs. Our  prime minister, in the short time available to her,  bas made a shrewd beginning.  But it is only a beginning. As Mulroney was a  lackey of the United States, so did he demand  obsequiousness from those beneath him. There is a  cabinet of Mulroney loyalists to be dealt with and a  long and well-earned reputation for Tory fractious-  nest and fratricide pre-Mulroney.  One of Campbell's challenges will be to keep  the loyalty of an egotistical and opportunistic caucus.  She will also be asked to repair the fortunes of  the most unpopular federal government in Canadian history in very shon order indeed. She will be  aided in this latter challenge by the weakness of the  opposition parties in Ottawa.  The NDP is its usual waffling, well-intentioned  ���elf, much too closely tied to the apron strings of  the trade union movement to command significant  allegiance of middle of the road Canadians ��� and  Canadians are nothing if not middle of tbe road.  There is some truth to the old joke about why  Canadians cross the road - to get to the middle.  On the other band, that natural denizen of the  middle, the Canadian Liberal Party, seems oddly  ineffectual.  This commentator once, with many others,  mused about what a great leader Jean Chretien  might have been before John Turner headed him  off.  But the Chretien that leads the Liberals today is  a strangely muffled shadow of the bantam cock  from Trois Rivieres who was the bright light in  successive Liberal cabinets under Trudeau.  In short, Campbell may have more trouble with  the shadow of her predecessor and with her own  caucus than she does with the opposition this fall.  It's going to be interesting to watch.  COAST^NEWS  M$alftm**mlw  tmCtmtN*M*rlmWmmm*-  -nrrrV- 1 y��ar ��� $35 ��� $2.45 GST - $37.45  * month ��� $20* $1.40CST - $21.40  1 yaw-$40 (No CST)  IM. No. 4702  Tho SaantNnt Com Nawi * puNWaad on  Dm Sun-Writ Com, IC. awry Monday by  ameMf-mlM.  l_mmomc-U70mk.Lm.  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Cmttsa* Slmp-wi  | l-uai t*mmm*)r.AWAMi>m*mGm*++m \  Tht SaansNnt Coast Mann k p-otax-tad by copyi-M-t  and rapaodoctlon ol any part ol�� by any mtan, fc  proMbttaid unlaw parmWon in wiain k lira itcurad  from Glasslord Press Ltd, holder ol the copyai-*ht  tmmmmmm  mt Coast News, September 6, 1993  Summer education in nation's capital  Ottawa has never been anything that you could call a glittering capital. It got dubbed capital by Queen Victoria while it  was still really a lumber town  and the effluvia from the Eddy  mill continued quite apparent on  Parliament Hill when the wind  was right.  This bothered some who felt  it was unconscionably dowdy  for the capital of the country to  which this century clearly  belonged. There were quite a lot  of people who thought this,  including my father; but there  were certainly many others,  more professional perhaps, who  were convinced we had at least  100 years to go.  There were always people  who welcomed postings to  Ottawa and there were always  others who groaned, thinking  there was nothing to do in this  sleepy old town filled with civil  servants. I was there off and on  in the '40s and in the '50s until  the film board moved to Montreal and I was one who enjoyed  it. You could walk pretty well  anywhere you wanted to go and  it was pleasant walking. The  cafeteria of the Chateau Laurier,  next to the Houses of Parliament and built of the same  stone, was the best place for  breakfast I have ever found. I  would often walk to work with a  friend and sometimes we  stopped at the Y part way for a  sauna. This sure beat sitting in a  line of cars for an hour or so.  It is true that night life, at  that time, was limited, but private parties were an almost  nightly occurrence and if you  were working late you drove up  the Aylmer Road to a lively  roadhouse with a band led by  Fred Davis, now of Front Page  Challenge.  In the '60s a young brother  of mine moved there from Winnipeg with his family to be the  legal advisor to the Pensions  Board. This may sound something of a sinecure, but the  Canadian Legion had 10  lawyers on full time to argue  cases with him. He got a piece  of riverfront property on an  island called Manotick, which  in itself was an Ottawa story.  The whole island had been  deeded to John Bracken when  he switched from being a Liberal Premier of Manitoba to leader  of the Conservative federal  party. Adding 'Progressive' had  been his other requirement.  To get his plot of land, Philip  had to have an interview with  the squire, to see if he was the  right sort. He built a ranch-style  house with a big rec room at the  bottom with doors that opened  onto the slope of the river bank  and a piano and a guest room I  sometimes visited. The kids,  two girls and a boy, entered  high school. His wife, Audrey,  became superintendent of music  for two school districts.  What they found to their surprise was that the kids really  took to Ottawa. They loved the  place and were truly interested  in all the stuff there is about -  government and history and so  forth. This brother, a lawyer,  was also a man who was never  without some extra entrepreneurial project or other and it  grew in his mind that if his kids  could be this fascinated with the  nation's apparently glamourless  capital, why shouldn't kids from  all over the country have an  opportunity?  In a nutshell  They put together something  they called EduCanada with the  object of bringing as many as  possible to the town for 10-day  seminars. They decided on  grade 10 for the people. They  got the use of two schools, a  mile and a half apart, for the  summer.  They broadloomed the gymnasium and built collapsible little cubicles each containing a  double-decker bunk, a desk, two  chairs and a mirror. Half-way  between the schools they rented  a small house and installed a  nurse. They carefully chose  kitchen staff and particularly  bus drivers.  Phil went up and down the  country wearing shorts with a  small shouiderbag and a brief  case and made deals with all the  intermediate air carriers. When  ail was settled they had the price  down per student for the 10-day  seminar and transportation at  $100.  Notices had been sent to  every high school in the land  and the rec room turned into an  operations room with maps all  around the walls with little  coloured pins in them and bins  at the bottom for the in-coming  mail. This nerve centre was  pretty well ran by Phil's daughter, Pat, then just on 17.  It all worked out beautifully.  The EduCanada buses got to be  stuart nutter  known around Ottawa, people  were always singing in them.  No concessions were made at  all about French/English. The  theatre put*on shows for them;  the archives made special displays. Wednesday night was  civics night and a really top  hombre would be there on the  platform answering questions. A  top columnist for the Globe and  Mail took to coming up every  Wednesday and reported that he  had seen the president of the  Bank of Montreal standing there  near midnight and there were  tears running down his cheeks.  EduCanada could clearly  have run on for years, but one  day Audrey got a call telling her  that she would not be allowed to  teach music anymore because  she had not been to Teacher's  College.  She laughed and said didn't  they know that she had taught  the teaching of music for three  years at Toronto Teacher's College. They said ah yes, Mrs.  Nutter, but you didn't go  through the course.  Philip gave up his job in  Ottawa, sold the house in Manotick and moved them all back  to Winnipeg. Anyone who saw  the beginning of Vancouver's  Expo '86 may remember the  massed children's choirs from  all over the country - Audie did  that.  Murrelet chic  takes flight  Wouldn't it be great if a  group of concerned citizens  could, simply ask for the preservation of an area for its special  features and on behalf of the  animals which live there and  actually have the government do  as the group requested? Unfortunately, reality is that current  decision makers have little interest in marbled murrelets and  other threatened creatures which  depend on our remaining old-  growth forest, including ihose of  the high Caren Range. It takes  something spectacular, like the  fust active murrelet nest find in  Canada, followed by sustained  public and scientific interest, to  finally move them into taking an  interest.  It is also true that the more  we know about animals the  more likely we are to make an  effort to save them. The  researchers who found the marbled murrelet nest on the Caren,  as well as the photographers  who discovered it went to great  pains to ensure that this find was  treated with sensitivity.  Although it would have been  advantageous to the Friends of  Caren cause to have decisionmakers, other scientists and  even birders see the nest for  themselves, we kept its location  secret to ensure minimal disturbance, however well-meaning.  This made good documentation  doubly essential and I wish on  behalf of Friends of Caren to  thank student biologist Volker  Bahn, video cameraman Steve  Sleep and photographers Keith  Thirkell and Ervio Sian for their  expert help.  Perhaps the overall effects of  our nest observations can in part  be measured by the success or  failure of this nest At 8:51 pm  on August 20, 13 and one half  days after first seeing it, the  juvenile murrelet, now glossy  black and white, left the nest for  the first time and flew fast and  strong in the path of its parents.  Its maiden flight predicted and  on time, was westward, probably to the seas off the mouth of  Pender Harbour.  DR. JOHN FIELD  Madeira Park  Murrelet nest  no .surprise  It should come as no surprise  that an active nest of the marbled murrelet has been reported  in the old-growth forest of the  Caren Range (News, Aug. 16).  This sighting of a nesting  pair will represent one half of  one per cent of the roughly 400  birds (or 200 pairs) reported in  ihe latest Audubon Society bird  count which placed the murrelet, neither rare nor endangered, in the same frequency as  crows and starlings. This could  well be the only nesting pair in  the whole area, which is neither  older nor younger than any  other forest on the Coast which  has not been logged or burned.  The purported discovery was  made by the team of Paul Jones,  self-styled environmentalist and  self-appointed guardian of the  Caren, whose academic and  technical background has not  been announced, Volker Bohn, a  biology student visiting from  Marburg, Germany, whose university, scholastic level and academic qualifications are not  known along with Dr. John  Field, who could be a dentist, a  geologist or a surgeon and his  son.  Using nothing more than one  tenuous and inconsequential  sighting, this group calls for a  complete halt to the planned  legal harvest of trees in the  Caren Range and threatens massive civil disobedience if their  demands are not met.  Earlier reports by government biologists have stated that  the number of murrelets in the  Caren Range is minuscule.  Careful study and planning by  the qualified experts of the BC  Forest Service, considered by  many to be one of the top ranking in the world, assure us that  the Caren Range may be safely  and progressively logged with  major benefits to the local and  provincial economies and without major disruption to the  inhabitants. Approval has  already been given for such a  harvest.  On considering this matter  there are two questions we must  ask ourselves: 1) Who do these  Friends of Caren think they are?  2) How gullible do they think  we are?  JAMES R. THOMSON  Gibsons  Spotting things in  strange places  So we spotted a marbled  murrelet in the Caren Range, or  could it be a spotted onel It's  funny that this is spotted just a  week after the headlines in the  Coast News of Terminal's  plans.  I wonder if this bird was  spotted before the last Wednesday of the month or a few days  after. I used to see strange  things in strange places, but  thanks to friends and family I  am recovering nicely from that  problem.  B.REID  Madeira Park  Keep waters free  from pollution  In response to Bill Brooks'  letter in the Coast News Weekender:  First I would like to say I was  very impressed by his way with  words. However, I choose to  believe all the studies done at  the site of the Chaudiere are a  little premature. Most findings  probably still showed traces of  the detergents used in the  cleanup. He also mentioned how  marine life thrives near such  underwater structures. Yes it  may be true that life multiplies  in and around polluted areas.  An example to that effect is  the world had its biggest population explosion ever about 60  to 70 years into the industrial  revolution. Did pollution have  that affect on the human race?  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Aunt only mumbled while her fingers, old as  they were, nimbly dodged  thorns to pile the berries into the  milk carton-tied about her waist  When I was taking a carton  of berries to the track parked by  a big tree just above the path,  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Back Eddy Pub  A Family Restaurant  ��� Fish & Chips  ��� Skookum Burgers  ��� Clam Chowder  e Much, much more  Dtae and enjoy the beauty  ofJcrrta Inlet  Kitchen Hours: Noon - 8pm  Open 7 days a week  1/2 mile north of Egmont on Maple Rd.  883-2298  tAMILY OININC  MiM-A-Wiy RMtaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us (or great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibaona Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm*9pm., Saturdays ate Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday tV  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  ���1501.50 seats plus banquet room.  HWslda Family RMtaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Hours: Open Sun ��� Thurs,  11 am-9 pm. Fri Ir Sat 11 am -10  pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Thi Whart - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  beat. Sunday Bninch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885*7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  Oe Dutch Pannekotk Houm - Breakfast or lunch all day from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends.  Across from the Sunnycrest Mall,  Hwy. 101 at Shaw Road (Cedars  Inn Complex), Gibsons. VisA *c  MC. 886-9090.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm  IrvlnM landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard fc  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's RMtaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta. Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffel Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Haron Inn ��� Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this supeib dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885*3847.  ChH Philippe Rtttaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, fool of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 days <  week.  CrMk Houm ��� 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. Reservation* recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Visa 4 Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest 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, mam  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamM desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Lunch  hours: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  PttelM ��� On Thi BMdi ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch can  Sunday 8 am-230 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernk t Qeen'l Drin In - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. 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.  ��  there was a whoop from Aunt  Anastie as she disappeared  beneath the thorns and greenery  of the berry patch. We heard her  moaning and uttering strange  words from her childhood language. "Swearing?"  In a minute or two we got  organized, with me plunging  down after her dragging the  truck's winch cable. A man living nearby took one look and  Payment  in full-  Mayor Eric Small  accepts $5,000 from  BUI Hughes of the  recently formed  Glbaons and  District Festival  Society. Society  members borrowed  tbe money from the  town in late spring  to help hind Sea  Cavalcade, which  Gibsons and  District Chamber of  Commerce decided  not to sponsor  this year.  Joel Johnstone photo  fetched his kids' tobaggan from  his shed.  Aunt would not move by herself. She would not let go of her  berry carton although there was  not a berry in it now. Very slowly we got her rolled onto the  toboggan and started to winch  her feet-first up the bank. On the  way her dress caught on a root  and by the time we had hauled  her up to the path there was  quite a display of two huge  thighs encased in pink.  "Turn around," she ordered  in her do-what-you're-told  voice. And when we were  allowed to face her again, all  straight-faced ourselves, her  dress was all in order. Then she  marched farther along the footpath. "Have to get this carton  filled again."  We waited and said nothing.  roberts ensk  by Beverley Shipley  School starts today, folks, so please watch out  for all the students on their way to and from  Roberts Creek elementary. They're usually pretty  hyped right about now and not too aware of the  traffic that is increasing in numbers and in speedsters.  The 'please drive slow, children at play' signs  along Roberts Creek Road and Lower Road are  very funky, and hopefully are doing their job. It  would be nice to see more of them.  Light In  Old time Creek resident, but current Sechelt  resident, Peter Light, has been making some news  on BCTV lately.  Two weeks ago there was Peter at the latest  Clayoquot Sound protest, then back to the Sunshine Coast to whip off a scathing open letter to  Murray Cantelon re: the Clayoquot and 'jobs'.  Then, amazingly the next week, there was Peter  Light again on BCTV evening news, this time  smoking something big, inhaling deeply, while sitting upon the grass with friends in Salmo at the big  hemp festival. Yeah, Peter, you really get around.  Subdivisions  Subdivisions have been happening in Roberts  Creek for some years now. The first ones I was  aware of were Cheryl Anne Park - really nice  houses on half-acre lots, and Marlene Road with  mostly mobile homes.  Then there was the trailer court put in by a  Flume Road resident amid the protests of his  neighbours.  The most recent subdivision has been the  Mossy Rock Road one, where neighbouring residents were surprised by a road being punched in  from Roberts Creek Road, as highways would not  allow one from the highway.  Where's the next one to be? Well it looks like  Benny Jack's former property on Lower Road,  between Cheryl Anne and Joe Road. Clearing,  dumping fill, has been going on for a couple of  weeks.  According to the regional district, there will be  from eight to 10 houses on 1/2 acre lots built at  this site (when approval for a subdivision is final.)  Its road will come in off Mills Road, which was  recently put in from Joe Road.  Supposedly this is progress and people do need  houses, but the noise and congestion from such  projects is changing the atmosphere of the Cteek.  Quiet days and peaceful evenings are fast disappearing - not just for us humans but for the  wildlife.  As the excavators rage, clank and stink up the  air with their diesel exhaust, the little Douglas  squirrels, pileated woodpeckers, and flycatchers  scream in flight searching for the ever-disappearing space they require for a home.  This so-called progress is apparently inevitable  though, as a recent article in the Vancouver Sun  reported on a study that stated in 20 to 25 years,  the area encompassing Campbell River and Powell  River in the north and only as far south as central  Washington State would see a population explosion of an appalling 10 million (people that is.)  Guest columnist  Beginning next week, guest columnist Katherine Trueman will be writing the Roberts Creek  news. If any readers have a news story or item of  interest pertaining to the Creek, call Katherine at  883-2282.  by Jane Davidson  First a word of thanks to our  loyal friends and supporters who  made our book sale on Creek  Daze such a success.  We got to tidy our shelves,  you got some great bargains,  and we have $175 to spend on  new books: a win, win, win situation.  When you are heading for  those new books, do stop and  browse the magazine shelves,  which offer the fine Canadian  publication, Equinox, the popular Canadian House and Home,  Gardens West, the Canadian  Consumers Magazine (do not  overlook the back copies when  you are contemplating a major  buy), and both the National  Geographic and Canadian Geographic magazines. Missing  something you are yearning for?  Put it in the suggestion box, we  are open minded. We also have  a help-yourself magazine box,  which often has goodies for the  taking.  Then take a look on your  right as you leave - the provincial government inundates the  library with free materials on a  variety of subjects, some of  which you may find directed to  your needs.  Garden books  What a lot of new houses we  see in the Creek these days.  New houses mean new gardens,  and that is where the library can  help.    A CHALLENGE PROM-  HOPKINS UNDING  y y. are the current holders of The I  Community Trophy. So far we are the only  competitor in this years fair.  Langdale, Soames Point Granlhams Landing.  Gibsons, Roberts Creek or any other group  WHERE are you?  Or does no other group or community dare to  compete.  There is a fine selection of  books to help you plan and  maintain that green space - several are aimed at the would-be  organic gardener, many are  especially appropiate for the  Coast.  The library's latest acquisition, The Backyard Orchardist  by Stella Otto, will get you off  to a goos start with fruit trees.  Also recommended is the fine  periodical Gardens West.  For the finishing touches,  barbecues, patios, outdoor furniture, etc, check out the 690 section where there are several useful Do-It-Yourself books available.  For more information, phone  886-2577.  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  Hn,,   ,>,,,,].; ,,,  I i.*.h i   ,||,..  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  RtCYCLl THIS NIWSPAPI*  SW , community  Coast News, September 6, 1993  SfMsoolDfuys  'Are am Best"  Days.  Celebrating  under a  blue moon  The Sunshine Coast  Women's Resource  Centre pulled  family members  and friends together  at Cliff (illker Park  on Tuesday's blue  moon eve for a  potluck picnic.  Joel Johnstone photo  dents bty news  =[ 1* IMPORT* J  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Today marks the opening of school for another  term. After all the shopping for new clothes, new  shoes and school supplies, the budget along with  Mom can stand a rest. Because we lack sidewalks  anywhere in Davis Bay please watch out for the little ones, eager to begin their learning as they wend  their way along the roadsides.  Blood donor dine  The Blood Donor Clinic is being held today,  Sept. 7 from 3 pm to 8 pm at the Seniors Centre in  Sechelt. It requires about 45 minutes of your time  and is such a worthwhile cause, so please consider  it if you are able.  Now that September has arrived, many activities will be starting up in the next few weeks  including the first meeting of the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association. It will be held  on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 1:30 pm at the hall and  everyone is invited to attend. There has been a suggestion made that perhaps the meeting time could  be changed from afternoon to evening in order to  accommodate the people who are working during  the day. This is your opportunity to come out and  air your opinions and/or ideas.  Potluck  There will be a potluck dinner and corn roast to  kick off the fall season on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 6 pm  at the hall. What a great way to get acquainted if  you are new in the community. This is always a  warm and friendly get-together, so be sure to mark  it on your calendar. It gives us a chance to try out  those new recipes we've been drooling over but  haven't had occasion to use unlil now.  Newborns  Reports have come this way regarding very  favourable comments heard in the halls of St.  Mary's Hospital with respect to the Books for  Newborns. Grandparents are thrilled with the idea  of their grandchild receiving their very first book  while only days old. As many of you know, this  program was spearheaded by Bill LeNeve who  worked tirelessly to organize it and then had to find  the money to pay for it. The DBWCCA voted to  fund it for one year - good on them. To date, there  have been 26 books given to newborns. Bill must  be congratulated on such a community-oriented  endeavour.  Beaching reports  There is an inspired lady in our community  named Gwen Abram who is a volunteer with the  BC Beached Bird Survey Program, which is sponsored by the Ministry of Environment Emergency  Service Branch in Victoria. It is her job to walk the  beach from Chapman Creek to Wilson Creek and  make detailed reports on anything she deems  unusual. She reports that in the last two weeks, she  has found four dead seagulls on the beach, two  with fish hooks in them, while the other two deaths  remain a mystery. She asks that if you are fishing,  please be careful when you cast. One gull was  snagged in the wing and drowned, the second had  fishing line coming out of its gullet, so it obviously  swallowed a hook.  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The cycle begins again today  as children meet their new  teachers and classmates to begin  the 1993/94 school year. 1 hope  it's a good year for everyone;  that the good times are recognized and enjoyed and that  strategies for coping with the  bad times are developed and  improved.  School staff, curriculums and  standards hopefully challenge  students and encourage self-discipline and self-motivation.  There are other activities too  that promote a positive self-  image that is so basic to a  child's well-being.  These activities are fun and  develop skills at the same time.  School District 46 has a wonderful children choir 'chorala-  tions' that is beginning its new  season. It is welcoming new  members form grades four  through 12 who love to sing and  who are self-motivated. Call  Janice Branson at 885-7019 for  information.  Sechelts  shed light  on native  history  A new visitor's guide which  highlights First Nations services  and attractions is a good idea,  says Sechelt Indian Band chief  Garry Feschuk.  Launched recently by Ministry of Tourism and the BC  First Nations Tourism Association, a new guide - the first of its  kind - is intended to spread the  word about native cultural heritage.  A second publication, due out  this fall, will be an inventory of  more than 180 native-owned  tourist attractions, events and  services around the province,  including everything from cultural museums, natural heritage  sites, and art galleries, to performances and luxury resorts.  Canoe races, traditional dancing as part of the pow-wow circuit, and a luxury lodge at Vancouver Bay are all in the band's  long-range plans, he said. ,  This summer, Sechelt elder  Gilbert Joe has also been'  explaining Sechelt history to  tourists.  Library volunteers  The public library is looking  for volunteers to help at the  library for three hour shifts.  Responsible teenagers would be  a welcome addition and it would  provide a good work experience  as well.  Story telling  The Storytelling Festival is  looking for volunteers also.  On Friday Sept. 10, they will  be holding a volunteer orientation get-together. This is a good  time to find out what the festival  is all about and if you wish to  become involved. It begins at  5:30 pm in the basement of  Rockwood Centre. Call Joan at  885-2522 for information.  Next Saturday, the 11 is a  busy day for the Sunshine Coast  communities. Sechelt has two  events coming up. The Seniors  Craft Fair in their centre on  Trail Avenue begins at 10 am.  The Friends of the Sechelt  Library are sponsoring the  Library Fair and Silent  Auction at the Indian Band Hall  also beginning at 10 and going  until 4 pm. The Sunshine Coast  Fall Fair takes place in Gibsons  on the same day so plan your  schedule and take in all three  events as they each offer unique  items and experiences.  Helen Dawe lecture  Don't forget lo pick up your  ticket at Talewind Books for the  first annual Helen Dawe lecture  on Sept. 12 at St. Hilda's Hall.  Howard White will be the first  speaker in this series. Tickets  are $5 and proceeds go to the  Sechelt Public Library.  It's really unfortunate that  the new SPCA shelter on Henry  Road has run into problems with  its cat population so much so  that absolutely no new cats are  being accepted into the facility  until further notice. However the  centre is still very busy providing shelter, medical attention  and adoption services for dogs.  Volunteers and donations are  always welcome. The shelter  provides an important service to  our Coast.  ife  55% off Venetian Blinds  L��VELOir  For froo in Ikmiic estimate call Jolin at 885-0588  SURREY DRAPERY CENTRE  I  Jk.  ID  LANDSCAPE CINTH  5SP  ~     MUM. MUICH- TOP SOU ��WASHEDSAND  CRUSHER DUST ��� AQUA POST ��� PATIO HOCKS  CUAR CRUSHED ROCK ���OARMN MUX  MUSHROOM MANURE ��� EXPOSED AOOMOATS POTS  LANDSCAPE MIRK ��� OARMN CONCMII STATUES  A H0WER RED PICKET FENCE  Tuc.. tliru Snttrtday 9 5* Sundays  104  V.-Vi Wharf St.  Raaboh  s*P*f  ��� m"  A  I  R  SB**9  $99"  4soodi��aio��tediooie7��4^fl4Kt4'^  flpM. BAY  r^ccboK  W&t Corporation of $e  Bigtrict of ��m\)tli  P.O. fox 129,5545 InWAvanue. Sechel. B.C.V0N3AO Telephone(604)685-1966 Fax (604) 685*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice  to Electors  Voting:  Sechelt Municipal Elections are on  November 20,1993, with two Advance  voting opportunities on November 10 and  November 12. To vote, you must be 18  years of age or older, a Canadian citizen, A  B.C. resident for at least six months and a  Sechelt resident for at least thirty days.  Registration to Vote:  The resident voters list will be based on the  Provincial voters list as it stands on  September 26,1993. To be added to the  Provincial voters list, visit the Government  Agent's office. Residents who are not on the  Provincial list can register at the time  of voting.  Non-resident property owners can vote only  when they have obtained a property elector  certificate from the Municipal Hall by  November 6,1993. The application for that  certificate must be signed by a majority of  Individuals on title, who name one Individual  as the person entitled to vote. Bring a copy  of your Certificate or Title or recent title  search. You must take the property elector  certificate and an application for registration  with you and register at the time of voting.  Nominations for Office:  Nominations for Mayor or Councillor will be  received between October 5th and October  15th, inclusive. Nomination papers will be  available soon. To be nominated you must  be at least 18 years of age, a Canadian  citizen, and a B.C. resident for at least six  months.  Watch for official election announcements  with full details.  New Municipal  Hall Hours  Please note that the Sechelt Municipal Hall  will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.  Monday thiough Friday beginning  September 13th, 1993.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be  made to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING  PERMITS ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE  PRESENT TIME DUE TO THE  CURRENT HOT WEATHER  CONDITIONS.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360 Coast News, September 6, 1993  K J. Services  885 4024  Daniel's  886 7112  Pacific.! Pharmacy Marlcc's Fashion Linnadine's Shoes  Reflections  Hair Studio  885 9614  885 '20 16  886 '2624  883 2545  Stfad*  iA  Op***  Please Drive  Carefully!  - No matter in which direction you are driving,  YOU MUST STOP WHEN  SCHOOL BUS LIGHTS ARE FLASHING.  Remember: The speed limit in school zones is 30 km/hr  WATCH FOR CHILDREN  Ihey may not be watching for youi  THEY'RE COUNTING ON YOU. BE AWARE OF  SCHOOL ZONES, BUSES AND BUS STOPS.  WAITING FOR THE BUS:  1. Slay al lhe edge of lhe road or on lhe sidewalk at the stop which has been assigned.  2. Do not play on the road.  3. Respect privale properly.  RIDING ON THE BUS:  The driver must be free lo devote his lull attention lo driving in all weather  and road conditions  1. No standing, changing of seats or moving about while the bus is in motion.  2. No rougWrousing, fighting, yelling or throwing of any object.  3. The authority of the bus driver is final.  WATTING FOR THE BUS:  1. Remain sealed until doors are open.  2. Stand ahead of lhe bus in clear view of the driver.  3. Wait for the driver's signal to cross.  4. Always cross in front of the bus while the lights are flashing.  PROMPTLY OBEY THE DRIVER'S INSTRUCTIONS IN ANY EMERGENCY!  L  4  Wax**'  ������  Books n Stuff  S/',S l ii.Mli" M  Vr llf't  885 2625  IMflHfflBBH  For Olde Times Sake  , i.    .     |ll|    il  i'i,111   i'   !  ,,l     , ,li  886 8261  Nova Jewellers  885 2421  Dale's Auto Clinic  886  14 1/  Dargati Glass  Sechelt Indian Gout Dislnct  885 72 7 1  Grandma's Toy Box  Dec's Fine Cleaning  Town of Gibsons  886-2274  Landing Unisex  ii Design ^ trinninq Sell  >/ School Rel .Gih'.oi  886*3916  Protech Office  Electronics  885-3735  Marina Pharmacy  883-2888  Sechelt Fireplace  & Gas Centre  S6.1 Wharf St , Serhiii  885 7171  Tideline Marine Ltd.  885 4141  Robert Honey Interiors  885 4044  Kal Tire  885 7927  APUBUC��*VrcJTOS^SPONSOMDBYYOURmtNDS-l-l��^  Pastimes  .   in ���  885 9309  Anderson Realty  885 3211  Sechelt Mobile  Installations  HRS 5864  :  Super Valu  ���  886 2424  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  883 9531  IGA Plus  'Morgan's Menswcarjl  j Suncoast Scooters  I        The Coast News  886 2622/885*3930  Good Times Arc H.nr illlBobbic s F.imily Shocsjl        Thc Weekender  886*2622/885 3930 Coast News, September 6, 1993  community  Council to review ice hikes for minor hockey  A move is afoot in Sechelt council to give  minor hockey a break on ice costs this year,  but not all councillors are in favour of the  move.  At Wednesday's Sechelt council meeting,  Cllr. Michael Shanks got other councillors to  agree to a review of the three per cent  increase for ice time currently expected at  the Sechelt arena.  The three per cent hike was factored into  the 1993 budget by administrator Art Lew as  a routine cost- of-operating increase.  "At the time I felt it was a conservative  increase," said Lew.  "It's not unusual for user groups to  protest against rate increases."  Mayor Nancy MacLarty tried to get council to defeat the Shanks motion.  "Three per cent a year is not a lot to ask  when you consider people from all over the  Coast are using the arena," MacLarty said,  "but only Sechelt is paying for it."  It was noted by other councillors, however, that registration fees for minor hockey  have escalated across the province this year  because of insurance hikes, and it was  deemed inappropriate to burden the association even more with higher ice rates.  It was also noted that some $43,000 has  been trimmed from the operation of the rink  last year and the municipality could afford to  be generous.  Former minor hockey president Don  MacLeod said hockey registration is going  well so far this year, but no thanks to the rate  increase.  NEW?  Coast  taby  MMo or bno# to bo  Have we visited YjQU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USi  _ ,    ___$"__,_.  Sechell (or Babies  Sylvia M6-4620      Ruth MS-SM7      Midge MS-33M  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Members of the Welcome  Beach Community Association  will by now have received their  calendar of events for the coming year and will be pleased to  note that there are lots of activities to suit all ages and tastes.  Those who did not receive  the list can do so by taking out  membership at a mere three dollars per year. Call Joyce McMa-  hon at 885-5946 for information  or mail your fee to Box 19,  Southwood Site, Halfmoon Bay.  The season will begin with a  Halfmoon Bay People Party  which is an open house at the  hall. Everyone from the Halfmoon Bay area is welcome to  this get-together. A great chance  to see the hall and to meet members and non-members in the  community. Refreshments will  be served and best of all, it's  free. It starts at 7 pm on Saturday, Sept. 18. Bridge will begin  on Friday, the 17 at 1 pm.  Childcare  The Halfmoon Bay Child  Care Centre is having its annual  general meeting on Wednesday,  Sept. 15 at the day care. All parents with children in day care  The three Sunshine Coast entries In the Pacific National  Exhibition (PNE) Youth Talent Show wait in the wings before  going onstage. Left to right are: Aprile Dunlop, Carleen  Rudland, Jennifer Slnclalre. Ruth Forrester photo  are especially urged to attend.  Call Maggie at 885-4532 for  information.  Coast talent  Sunshine Coast residents can  be proud of the three young  ladies who represented our area  last Tuesday at the PNE Teen  Talent semi-finals. Aprile Dunlop, Carleen Rudland and Jennifer Sinclaire had been chosen  as the three finalists at the local  by Pat Thibodeau  Our summer adventures are  over and our last week was  spent celebrating Wednesday.  Geoff Craig and Laurie Gray  had the group over for a picnic  party and on Friday, we had a  closing bash with cake baked by  Erin Fearn (loved the dinosaur  decorations), watermelon from  the Egmont Lions Club and lots  of goodies from involved parents.  We even managed a last  excursion to the lake accompanied by Wassail, Jacob's dog, in  case we met any beans.  He valiantly chased a bear  for us twice and vigilantly protected us while we enjoyed the  clean, clear water of Waugh  Lake.  At our next general meeting  of the community club (date to  be determined), the possibility  of having another summer activ  ity program next year will be  discussed, among other things.  If you are interested, please  attend.  Happy September birthdays  to Dylan Jackson, John Dafoe,  Ken Jackson, Eileen Havisto,  Rob Almond, Kellie Pryde,  Jacob Thibodeau, Michael Martin, Norman Gregory and  Nicholas Wallace, who turns  one year old. Happy September  anniversary to Pam and Martin  Menzies.  A passing  Our good neighbours and my  good friend Phil Muncaster  passed away last week at home.  Phil and his wife Bernice moved  to Egmont from Pointe Claire,  Quebec in the mid '70s after his  retirement from Air Canada.  Phil was a ham radio operator  who kept Egmont linked to a  worldwide network of operators.  by Joyce Ostry  An event called the Giant  Flea Craft Fair and Tea will be  Saturday, Sept. 11 at 10 am in  the Seniors Centre.  Tables are $10, admission is  free and phone 885-3584 for  table reservations and information.  On Tuesday, Sept. 7 those  great lunches will be served  again.  Coming events...  Monthly events will begin  soon again after Labour Day.  I'll list them in alphabetical  order:  Aggravation, 1:30 pm, second and fourth Tuesday; Bridge,  1 pm, every Saturday; Carpet  Bowling, 1:30 pm, Monday;  Crafts, 9:30 am, Thursday; Crib  and Whist, 1:30 pm, first and  third Tuesday; Exercises, 10 am,  Monday, Wednesday, and  Thursday; 5-pin Bowling (Gibsons Lanes) 10:30 am and 1 pm,  Friday; Pompoms, 9:30 am,  Thursday; Oil Painting, 1 pm,  Wednesday; Sixty-niners Practice, 10 am, Wednesday or when  called; Social Bingo, 1:30 pm,  second and fourth Thursday;  Square Dancing, 8 pm, Tuesday  and Friday.  .Advice  I couldn't resist sharing this  with you: If you love something  set it free! If it comes back it  was and always will be yours. If  it never returns, it was never  yours to begin with.  If it just sits in the living  room, messes up your stuff, eats  your food, uses your telephone,  takes your money, and never  appears to know that you actually set it free in the first place,  you either married it or, gave  birth to it.  Egmont glimpses  Eagles, eagles, everywhere.  Two eagles soaring nearer and  nearer to Jezabelle, the cat as  she sits on the peak of my very  steep roof while I scramble up  the ladder to rescue her; By the  time I get there, the eagles are  no more than 10 feet above her.  Corrections  In last week's column, Linda  Goble's name was misspelled.  Also, Wally's shed is defiantly  breaking all the laws of gravity,  not Wally and Shad (who is  Shad anyway?) If you stand on  the airplane float at the government dock in Egmont you too  will wonder how it can stay put.  Since the phone at the school  has been disconnected (now that  the fun program is over), any  news you would like to include  can be left as a message to me  on the bulletin board and I'll get  back to you.  The Weekender..  Your  community  newspaper  Autumn's in the air...  QtmmVfi Gomhf (jeridnU  ��� Fall bulbs have arrived!  ��� Selected Shrubs 1/2 Price  ��� Fall Mums-Asters        *  ��� Winter Pansies       .  885-3606 ��� 5612 Wharf St/  LEN WRAYS TRANSFER LTD.  HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING & STORAGE  CONFIDENTIAL  RECORD STORAGE  AND  DESTRUCTION SERVICE I  CLEAN OUT THOSE  CLUTTERED SPACES  kiSftka^o AND HAVE  I RECORDS     YOUR RECORDS  DESTROYED*  BUSINESS  PERS  RECORDS  VOLUME SHREDDINO ���  IHO JOB TOO BIG OH TOO SMALL  LOCATED ATy.1052 HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS  886-2664  talent show during Sechelt Celebration Days in July, giving  them the opportunity for further  exposure at the PNE. Four of the  15 entries in Tuesday's show  were selected for the big final  event of Sept. 1, and despite the  fact that none of our girls made  it to the finals, they all gave  beautiful performances and were  cheered on by the many supporters from the Coast. We hope  they will try again next year.  Interesting motto  I noticed a T-shirt the other  day, the wording of which was  quite intriguing. It said 'Nepal is  here to change you, not for you  to change it.'  Maybe someone will make  some with the same wording,  only it should be referred to the  Sunshine Coast, since so many  people come here and fall in  love with the place and with the  lifestyle.  The trouble is that when they  do fulfill their dream and come  into our midst, they immediately  try to change it to become more  like what they left behind. This,  of course, does not apply to all  newcomers, most of whom are  delighted with what they find.  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Herb, gypsy or pepper  Salami  sliced, 100 g   EmmenttMl or Gruyere  Cheese  100 g   129  179  .89  179  SEAFOOD  ���si  Sole FiUets  n.oo/kg   Smoked  Black Cod Q49fl>  l��.72/kg  %m9  Frozen  FlshCakes 099D>  4.3*/kg   iPRODUCE *  Save on  Back to School  this week with  Clayton's Produce!  SC. grown extra fancy hndtbex Hn  Spartan  Apples  l.2��/kg  .581b  I.C. grown extra fancy hmehbox she  Red  Delicious  Apples  1.48/kg  .67 Db  Norma grown #1 grade Sweet Valencia  Lunchbox  Washington grown   ��� ��� .  Carrots *���?<)���**  2bceeobog  *V��r  CoMotnlB Qrawn ~ w-Mv vcMhq  Plums Q_Wb  l.M/kg   atOO  WcMhlngton Qfown wcMh#d �� p##wd  Mini Carrots  !���> pkg    BAKERY  Sesame Bread 127  454 g  J.  Cranberry &  Sunflower Muffins Q39  Apple Turnovers Q63  pkg of 6  <taf  Beef Pies 917  pkg of 2  ��t  Cheese & Onion Buns 175  pkg of 6  J.  White  Sourdough Bread 149  Any Item from  our Full Seri'ice  Seafood  Department  Limit one per  customer  September 6-12. 1993  Claytons Heritage  Market  ���Ml Coast News, September 6, 1993 11  leisure  m~%.  m , ..,*. *- *.-;-  '-twf*: *  atf  -*-������*��� c^r^r-i.*iJTrir��, ..a**,*a.,��� ^4*sT  Peddlers,  sailors and  water  enthusiasts of  all ages are  Invited to  Porpoise Bay  Provincial  Park Sunday  Sept 12 to  talk about  boating.  photo submitted  The Renovator  19 yean in residential construction  Repairs ��� Maintenance* Imaginative renovations  QUALITY WORK  Free estimates  Eric Jamei* 885-6096  Boaters encouraged to gather in celebration  JIILIrucBngLti  SAND ��� CRUSHED ROCK ��� DRAIN ROCK  PIT-RUN ��� BLASTED ROCK SALES  CELL #328-9699  PHONE Jim Robinson 885-7878  MAILING ADDRESS  R.R.1J0LLY ROGER SITE  C-20 HALFMOON BAY VON 1 VO  10190 MERCER RD.  SECRET COVE  On Sunday, Sept. 12 from 11 am to 4 pm,  kayakers, canoeists, rowers and sailors are  invited to bring a picnic lunch and friends or  family to the Porpoise Bay Provincial Park  beach.  Bring your boat if you have one, but feel  onthe$rtsbe��t  free to come if you don't. We hope there will  be a wide variety of types to see and talk  about.  If you are a boater you can share your  experiences. There will also be information  available on local boating organizations, on  plans and instructions for would-be builders,  expert advice from guides and rental facilities, but best of all, we will see the boats that  show up performing in their own element.  Rain or shine. Call Gary 885-9440 or Larry  885-0749 for more information.  Pacific Cinematheque's Fall  Tour of Films is a thrilling lineup this time around. All films  are current releases, the oldest  released in 1990.  If you are into subcultures,  fringe dwellers, and secrel histories, this series is for you. The  range of titles includes: The  Architecture of Doom, directed  by Sweden's Peter Cohen, 1991;  Blood In the Face, directed by  Anne Bohlen, Kevin Rafferty  and James Ridgeway, USA,  1991; Berkeley In the Sixties,  Mark Kitchell, USA, 1990;  Damned In the USA, Paul Yule,  USA, 1991; Forbidden Love,  Aerlyn Weissman and Lynn Fernie, Canada, 1993; and Manufacturing Consent, Noam Chom  sky and the Media, Mark Achbar  and Peter Wintonick, Canada,  1992.  The series will begin in mid  September and run to mid  December on alternate Wednesdays at the Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre, 8 pm. Buy a series pass  and see one of these wonderful  films free. Admittance price at  the door is $5.50.  To purchase a pass, go to the  arts centre II am - 4 pm  Wednesday to Saturday, 1 pm -  4 pm Sunday, or send a cheque  to The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council, Box 1565, Sechelt,  B.C. VON 3AO. You will be  mailed a receipt and can pick up  your pass on the first film night.  Watch   the   papers  for  an  announcement of the first title  and date it will be shown.  Art workshops  Looking for something different this fall? Check out the art  centre's fall schedule.  Local, professional artists  will share their skills in a diverse  group of workshops. Choose  from a varied selection that  includes drawing, painting,  native design, gouache, collage  or papier mache. Small class  sizes and an enjoyable atmosphere will help everyone from  the beginner to the master perfect their technique.  Workshops begin Sept. 13  when summer favourite Stan  Kelshaw returns with a series on  drawing and watercolours.  Kelshaw attended the Manchester Junior Art School and started his professional in England  before emigrating to Montreal in  1957. In 1962, after working as a  commercial illustrator, he established his own studio concentrating on architectural subjects, a  business he continued after moving to Vancouver in 1968.  Kelshaw moved to the Sunshine Coast in 1986, where he  set up a studio in lower Gibsons.  He specializes in marine landscapes.  The course is limited to 12  students. For more information  on this or other workshops, call  885-5412 or drop by the arts  centre,* located in Sechelt at the  corner of Trail and Medusa.  flgMBtJ  Ballet ��� National ��� Jazz  R.A.D. + I.S.T.D. Syllabi  ' Preschool to adult classes  ��� Examinations available  (primary to advanced)  Mrs. Penny Lea Hudson  A.R.A.D.,A.I.S.T.D.  Please call 886-9449  for registration  All classes in Gibsons  commencing Sept. 13/93  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  tKi#a$t Mmb  Wftaattftr 3  fwlmb-ir I. UM  Drivers club  is organized  In mamory of thret boys  who met ttetth on the blfh<  way this year, young mtn of  ihf Peninsula have formed ���  Jrtver'i club, which will be a  big step In the direction of  Oiler driving.  These boyi, from 18 yean  .���nd op, .ve serious about their  club apd the alms ol this club.  ���!���**% want the public ,lo re-  all.* thai It will make young  ���drivers lully aware ol the potential danger q( last driving  A main feature  will bo to  leam mure ���bout   the  actual  *nici of iheir cart, and  thrm In safe running  The  only  kind     of  s..  Hie -r'a.h  for  HAKE YOUR  COUNT ��� Vote Liberal waa  th* slogan adopted by lhe  Liberal candidates at a mealing at the weekend in Vancouver's Hotel Georgia. Above.  Juies Ifainll. candidate In  Mackentlt riding, and Provincial Leader Arthur Lalng  discuss Ihe party.'a 12 point  platform at tha maating. Liberals uy lhat If citiMiu "lace  facta' ' a strong protest vote  will defeat Social Credit in  BC's Sepl   IS election.  Report gives  work outline  Report at the activities thus  far of Gibaona Recreation  Commission as reported at a  meeting held on August 6th  In the home of J. Drummond.  reveals boxing * shows were  sponsored lor the boys with  twice and sometimes thrice  weekly meeta at Port Mellon.  This was dropped because ol  transportation costs and thi!  lact that there wai no suitable accomodation lor ' this  group In Gibeona. This effort  showed a net profit ol 139.35  and waa more than aelf sufficient and It waa with ���  great deal ol reluctance that  this particular group was disbanded.  Gibeons Badminton Club  waa given assistance by a  loan of 150, but to date there  Tour candidates were nominated for Mn-kenile riding  In the provincial election,  .Sept. ig. This wu announced  following close ot nominations  Tuesday by J.8.P. Johnson  chief returning officer at Powell River.  Those nominated were:  Robert John Muir, West-  view merchant, Social Credit.  Anthony John Gargrave,  Powell River, woodworker,  CCF,  Jules Arthur Malnll. Gibsons goll course operator,  Liberal.  David Angus Moon, Bowen  Island retort operator, Progressive-Conservative.  Election day will be Wednesday, Sept IS add details  aboul polling booths will be  announced later.  Tha entry of the first three  candidates did not surprise  but the entry of Hr Moon waa  a complete surprise along this  coaatUM  Expect over 100 at  Sechelt convention  Gargrave at  Port Mellon  Speaking at Port Mellon.  Tony Gargrave. CCP candl  dale for Mackentle tuld lilt  pulp worker audience thai  honesty was not on*�� the  things ��� coul**  though then seems a likelihood of getting tome repayment In the future. The Commission does not feel that the  membership fees of thU group  are sufficient to operate on a  sound financial basis.  A Keep Pit claaa tor women  wu sponsored and coat guaranteed, but this group hu  been self sufficient from the  start. The commission expect*  this group lo commence again  this year.  The commission wu instrumental in getting low rental  on the School Hall and having  the High School gym made  available for basketball  A loan waa made to the  Firemen's Softball team of  1125 but to date there has  been no repayment on litis  account*  Gibson* Group  the  The -Aaaoclated Boards ol  Trade of the Frsser Valley  and Lower Mainland will  meet In convention on Wed.,  Sept. 12, at Sechelt. B.C. Delegates will come from the  Fraaer * Valley and Lower  Mainland and it Is expected  over 100 will attend.  Registration will start at  10.4S am Morning aeaaion  will commence at 11 o'clock  with a reception at 11 noon  and luncheon at 12.49. Guaat  spM-kcr -will be announced  Tha afternoon seaaion will  commence at 2 p.m. and  speakers will be Prof. R.H.  Grain o* the B.C. Baetrfc  Company, Dr. Jack Wright of  Egmont  Fallows wins  Fish Derby regatta,  _ .. * Mrs Back  buck  the University ��f 1  Dr. John Frleeen of the University of British Columbia,  Mark .Pretty of Hope, BXL  and Mr Charles Newby of  Chilliwack, B.C.  There will be a panel Ht*  cusaion and the aubjact wai  be, Scientific Community Development on a Do It Tee*  aelf baali.  Delegates will arrive Sechelt by special buses Md  will be met by Andrew M��  ���ton, president of the SaeMI  Boarg cd Trade and J. Mayo*  chairman of the special eveali  committee.  The delegate* are all aa>  xioua to aa* thi BimahaM  Coaat of which local xttrnkm  have talked ao much   aba*.  SHOPPING  Stan Fallows brought In a  12 lb. 8 oi, aalmon, to win tha  Roberta Creek Salmon darby,  at Roberta Creek laat Sunday.  The derby, organised by  the Roberta Creek Legion,  had a pertenct day. Twenty-  two fish were displayed In  the old Co-op store for Judging.  Mr and Mrs Danroth attended the weigh-In, BUI Gilbert  and Ted Scott handled the  announcements, and J Don*  aghan announed the winners,  who were presented with  their prises by Mrs Donagh*  an.  Prises were awarded to:  SUn Fallows, 12 Iba. 3, an  electric deep-flat fryer; Mrs  L. Comrie, 11 Iba, a fishing  rod and reel; W. Coulter, IP  lbs 15. electric fr* ni *.  '���>��   in i*  Mrs Black bucked    atrong  tldee earning out of the Skookum Chuck u she look one  hour and eighteen minutaa to  complete the one mile iwtm  from Dunlop's serosa the Inlet  to Igmont trading-  Pour other iwlmmers entered the race but.were forced  oul by the cold water  Mrs Lillian Black of Igmont stroked her way to victory In the marathon swim,  feature event of the first Egmont  regatta Saturday.  A trophy has been donated  to ba put up each year u tho  priu of the Dunlop's to Egmont swim. The cup will be  turned in each *** * 't the  winnera ���*' ���"  wf  caoatatlng of J. Mayne, Me  Pearson and Jim Parker \wm  had a eoortdereWe aidouBt -at  organiuttan work ae tbe aft  fair will be nm ���siattly and  tho delegates have a teed  time while gueets of the Sechelt Board of Trade.  883-9551  9  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPINO  7 DAYS A WEEK  Ml Chtvron Product*  803-2253  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarp. & Covers  Upholstery 9 Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  golf course  Visitor* welcome  t /2 Min Na-aat-m aar garden bat no.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  Cripples uic  up linament  The B A Mope asm tha D-  wanla Cripples back to Ik*  wheelchairs when they bad*  ed them a H-14 shellecU*  in laat Thuradaya eoftM  game between tbe atch Haa*.  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Businesses I  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News  D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD,  24 Hour Crane Seivice  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  ^ After5:00pm.". 885*6261  ^  ENGINEERING  A t T ENTERPRISES: Cemtmefdwi Senrlsee  Serving tht Coasl Sine. 1985  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  �����e*ii*��  t. worn, box m, oibsons, i.e. von tw  Sumihime Coast Enhiueering  Enointtnno ond Mwon ref  \ MWMopnMnt   mi ana umnrm  ��Structural ��� Sok ��� MariM  886-47437  Construction  For all aspects of residential construction.  ������6.2372  ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.  Residential       ^^^K,        Commercial  Roof ^IB  WSt^.      Systems  1024 VENTURE WAY, GIBSONS, B.C.  S8 C17 RRI, GIBSONS, B.C., V0N1V0  MMw mi gat-am __,  SUNTEK  DECKING      PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1-800-565-4366  HEATING  DENNIS MULLIGAN  M  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. 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Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FASIA, shuitrn  1  CEDAR SIDING  trad Corker  J   lUava- Mr--j|ti i  \ Phone 88) 606;  CLEANING SERVICES  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS* CAR PtTS-'GUrHRS  fOriSIRIICIIOHCHAN IIP  100     <,nil<,fACriONGUARANllfU  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  A     #^ rnumiHATtt  ZmiP<0AfoA&  Ml    j)      LANDSCAPING   tTft  885-5954  deafen and  taeta&etian  MARINE SERVICES  2266^  ~R   , VmOuccaneer    >  ,mar|na ii Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove  115*7111  PO Box 1"I96  Saehelt, B.C  VUN 3A0/  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES ��� SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K t C Tlurmorjlasi I,  Cobn Boils now  In-Stock  "outboards"  tc  W      8Sfi-f)  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING* FINISHING  Residential and Commerdal  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautcls  886*0340 885*5492  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Lend Cleering a Development  Cam Mackenzie j] ___���._  ii     X*,  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DIALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call MOW 116-7111  Showroom: _73__m_t Dd. Gibsons  COHRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Tha Smahiao  Coatl't EvIi-rede  fUWmH6:  THE AU NEW  SmFMESERKS  mti/innuDE  14^$JmWm��.  WRUDE  COTTRELfSri  rvlatairal   SI Mi/ic _ J  ma  wm Coast News, September 6, 1993 13  \  I  news  Gibsons library weighs grant options  by Charles Hart  A windfall is a windfall, even if you're  not quite sure what to do with it.  The Gibsons and District Public Library  is in the welcome position of having  received some additional operating funds for  the coming year, and there is no shortage of  need.  But just exactly how the funds will be  spent remains uncertain, says librarian  Myrna Short. At least some of the money,  courtesy of a special incentive grant from the  provincial government, will be used to purchase new fiction, said Short, who noted that  population growth on the Coast has been  accompanied by an increase in demand for a  more varied selection of fiction titles.  Other operating needs high on the list  include more staff so that library operating  hours can be extended, and a major computer upgrade. "No matter what the grant is we  can certainly spend it," said Short.  The annual grant from the province  increased from $12,586 to $21,965 this year,  partly because of the increase in population  on the Coast since the last Census was taken.  Wo matter what tbe grant  is we can certainly spend it'  - Myma Short  That basic grant is $1.90 per capita,  which was augmented this year with an  incentive grant of $1 per capita - given to  libraries that raise more than $10 per capita  of local support. "The Gibsons and District  Public Library benefitted because of the  combination of tax-based funding from Area  E and Area F and an increased grant from  the Town of Gibsons," Short said.  There is no guarantee the incentive grant  will be available again next year, so it would  behoove the library to spend the money  wisely, Short suggested. "It doesn't seem  wise to splurge in one year then cut back in  the next." But for all that, "it's a dilemma  you don't mind having," Short added.  While the library is running with about  half the minimum number of staff it needs,  it's unlikely the board would consider  expanding hours and staffing until a new  building is complete, Short said. The building committee is completing plans for a projected $1.3 million library adjacent to the  existing site on South Fletcher, and has  asked Gibsons council and the regional district to approve going to referendum for the  funds at the same time as the municipal elections in November.  The new building has been costed out at  about $20 per year for 10 years, taxed on a  house with an assessed value of $160,000.  The building cost could be reduced by as  much as a third depending on grants and  community contributions of labour and  materials, the building committee says.  SPCA NEWS  Klng,a young neutered  male shepherd-cross In the  SPCA for far too long, leads  the pack of excellent  animals waiting for good  homes.  Call 886-CARE to meet the  canine companion of your  choice.  1  *   ��-���-#-*�����      ^^L    '''���__:  'A.                         jH  S-   �����'���������&,   9  '              -alafa^a^a^HPJ^El             IT          '^l  alM         Ka^rR.dk      *J��hA.����I Hpk   '  m J      Wwm MB        MB  BBC    "*i ;JM  W"-* *':9  .WL?*'-      ". ":9S ',iM_m   HlH  BJP^*^|aH|                                        ^^t   w  IE*-*.": !���������"*���*���"'          _m  Commuters renew call for ferry board seat  Coast residents who work in  Vancouver are demanding a  local representative be appointed to the BC Ferries board of  directors.  ;!**y/e really need to get some-  one on the board who understands the situation here and the  kinds of problems faced by  Coast residents," said Paul  Tombu, spokesman for the Sunshine Coast Commuters Asso-  caition (SCCA).  "We have five service areas,  including those in Powell River,  yet we don't have any representation on the board ... no say in  how we are affected by ferry  service."  Tombu noted the City of  Kamloops has a representative  on the ferry board of directors  even though there is no ferry in  the area. "What ferry service is  he representing?" Tombu asked.  The main bone of contention,  Tombu says, is the possibility of  commuters coming into conflict  with their employers over a  recent decision by BC Ferries to  delay the Langdale to Horseshoe  Bay run by 10 to 15 minutes to  limit "cross traffic" interference  with the Naniamo ferries leaving  Horseshoe Bay.  'Those of us who commute  are going to be losing jobs,"  Tombu said.  He added he knew of one  person who had already lost a  Vancouver job because of ongoing delays Mondays and Fridays and as well he was aware  of others who had been repre-  manded by their employers.  The decision to delay Lang-  dale/Horseshoe Bay sailings is  one of eight safety recommenda-  t fens to come out of the Nemetz  Rtport released last month by  the-ferry corporation.  I Similar calls for Coast representation of the ferry board have  been made in recent months by  the municipalities of Gibsons  and Sechelt and the regional district, but have not met with no  success.  Rhodes was unavailable for  comment by deadline Friday.  5 YEARS AGO  The newest extension to St.  Maiy's Hospital is nesting completion and is expected to be in  operation later this month. Officially named Totem Lodge, the  new unit and related expansion  will have 50 beds.  The Laura Jen returned to the  government wharf in Madeira  Park from Smith's Inlet on what  may be her last fishing trip with  present owners Dennis and  Mary Parker, who are replacing  her with a larger boat.  The gillnet trailer, originally  named the Louella May, was  built nearly 40 years ago by  Russ Keeler in Pender Harbour's Canoe Pass.  10 YEARS AGO  For the second time in just  over six months the Wilson  Creek Campground and European Motors are flooded by the  waters of Wilson Creek. Heavy  rains caused like flooding last  February.  Art McGinnis announced that  the completion of his marina  and hotel will be in the summer  of 1984. Federal dredging of  Gibsons Harbour to accommodate the marina is already  underway. The marina is being  built adjacent to the major project, a 50,000 sq. ft resort hotel  on Gower Point Road.  Ernie Booth of Sechelt  passed away. Ernie served his  community in many capabilities  over the course of many years,  on the hospital board, the  municipal council and as a  trustee of the volunteer fire  department  15 YEARS AGO  Work has begun under John  Pinkster on a new Sechelt  Legion Cenotaph, which will be  faced with clear granite with  black Portuguese marble steps  and a blue African granite cross.  Three men, including Byron  Munroe of Garden Bay were  rescued from frigid waters off  Popham Island when their 27-  foot whaler Pelican, capsized in  three foot swells and 30-mile an  hour winds.  1  ^mm-��*mt*nm*m ��*�� _    a��� Haafl M ���  ^^���"fiNpta VfH0V W0rTmmwm V-^BpP  }^.^sr                                                  *****  ^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^Et-                             JU  $^000^'-���   i  '     ���     et  Wo Sell Newsprint  f        Roll  Various alxaa lor SS, $10 and $15 aach  - In Saehelt at 5S21 Cowrta Bt.  ���  VINYL SIDING  Vinyli Aluminum Windows ���AluminumRailings  Vinyl Sundeck Roorino ��� Pato Coverings  ALWEST  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 88M572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  We're more than just tires!  hr- S&  BRAKES?  Give yourself a brake  "FREE"  10 Point Brake Check  (Most cars & light trucks)  MON TIME HT. FT.  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0325  5.4  6   1005  1?7  MO   1520  9.4  2100  13.3  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0650  10 1455  FR   1955  0000  4.6  13.1  11.2  12.2  0405 5.2  7   1105 12.5  TU   1605 10.2  2125 13.1  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0750 4.3  11 1545 13.8  SA   2105    10.7  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURSITIMEIHT. FT  0450 5.1  8   1220 12.5  WE   1705 10.9  2200 12.8  SW 'WE HT. rv  0125 12.2  12   0855 3.9  SU   1620 14.0  9300 9 <>  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    w��j��H��  Pacific Standard Time <**. ���*�����������  0545 4.9  9   1345 12.7  TH   1825 11.3  2250 12.5  Tide Tables Courtesy of  25 YEARS AGO  One of the major items local  council will deal with at the  UBCM annual convention in  Vancouver will be the problem  of financing sewer systems.  BC Hovercraft Ltd. announced it intends to commence  hovercraft service twice daily to  the Sunshine Coast with stops at  Gibsons, Texada Island and  Powell River.  35YEARSAGO        i  A five-ton, 27 foot shark was  caught in the net of Alex Smith  off Popham Island. It had a tail  span of seven feet. To kill the  monster, Smith towed it head  first forcing water into its gills  and drowning it.  45 YEARS AGO  A document found by  Charles P. Smith of Gibsons in  the library of a deceased brother  in Devonshire, England purports  to be the personal and secret log  book of Christopher Columbus  and has raised the interest of  language professors and historians around the world.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday September 7,7:00pm  Roberts Creek Daze  The Higgledy Piggledy Parade and other highlights.  7:30pm  Bedtime Stories  From the Coast Academy of Dance and Fine Arts.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking - "Sunday Chicken"  9:00pm  "Good Wood"  A tour of the workshop of craftsman Edmund Butler.  9:30pm  "I Had A Dream"  This inspiring half-hour presentation tells the heart-wrenching  story of Terry Fox's epic quest to run across Canada.  Wednesday September 8,7:00pm  Arts Update for September  7:30pm  Marbled Murrelets Nest  8:00pm  Creative Cooking - "Working Day Main Dishes"  8:30pm  On The Edge RockClimbing  Thursday September 9,7:00pm  Parliamentary Talkback -"Live" Phone-in  Join MP Ray Skelly and MLA Gordon Wilson for an hour of  lively interactive Community Television.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking - "Fall Luncheon"  8:30pm  Stitches in Time part #2 - Weavers & Spinners  A look at the history of the weaving and spinning on the Coast.  South Coast Ford  ,#���  CUP & SAVE  MECHANICAL SERVICES       I MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  jEl BCSRies Schedule  H- ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   ���UMNO TW FOdOT. HAHHt WO OOWISUtlKIN MUITKt  ���MTHtumamcoMT  886-3231  HOWARD LANS  Mimuoiu.anoaii  MM43W  r Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News   J  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  6:30 8:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  10:10*  2:30 .. t  *,,  M. _���-_-     _\__m  Leave Horeeehoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pm  9:30 M      7:25 M  11:30       9:15  1:15pm    11:00-  3"-"'      ���F-Wma.lumfcyil  not moiwiyi tnwf  EARLS COVE  Leave Earla Cove  2:20*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  SALTERY BAY  Leave SaHaty Bay  1:30-  5:45 am  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  M-<imM    ���trmlmtn-UtUHt  M��1-M.eil��   LMwE��rl'��C<lw��:��Op-|a.Laaw��laa>a��yB��-|fl:��>l.  WZML, BWEiMbEa 14  Coast News, September 6, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad ��5 times  attd pay for only 2 times!   M   *fl5T  *"""er  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Private ssle. Snodgrass Rd.. Seine Park, cute rancher, 2 bdrms. 1  1/2 baths, detached garage. RV  parking, close to amenities.  $169.900.865-0787.       H7cn  Roberts Creek 4.5 acres ot beautilul treed secluded property with  seasonal creek. RV-tG zoned.  Perlect lor hobby larm. Asking  $125,900. Call Craig or Heather  886-2352 Agents protected.  137*  Hallmoon Bay. Hat 1/2 acre lot,  across park near school. (75.000  by owner. 274-5663.     ss#37cn  Lot 153, Cypress Cres., Woodcreek Park. Gibsons. Quiet cul-de-  sac. Area ol new homes. By  owner, $79,900. Phone 886-7625.  13(01  Homes &  Property  752 Hwy. 101. 50x268 lot. 3 bdrm.  older house. $165.000.886-9049  ss  Tillicum Bay, 1 bdrm house, 950  sq. It. on 60x190 lot steps away  trom maiina on Naytor Rd. Recently renovated, treshly painted, n/c.  $109,000000.8854212.   I36cn  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek t some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents at all!  886-4714 ssl37w  New 1730 sq. tt. rancher, many  custom leatures, privale 1/2 acre  lot, Welcome Woods. Buy now.  save commission, $193,900.665-  4832. ss��36w  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdim suite,  Wesl Sechelt, excellent investment, $145,000.885*5764.     ss  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked to listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are completely read back  verifying requested classification, start dale,  number of insertions and copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, we are  responsible only for the first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any responsibility for  any reason for an error in an ad beyond the cost  of the ad itself.  Mease report any error IMMEDIATELY  by calling U��*36U or 843*3930  Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to S p.m.  DROP DFFYOUB  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place H83-95M  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 88J-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  II* J STORE 88S-8W  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885*3400  M  IS 5.00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Une (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886*2622  The smiling stiff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily tike your classified ad. because It's one  of our Friendly People Fhcesl  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5��86 Coaana, SI, Boa 1218  SaKhaW. BC.. VON 3A0  ees-smFAxase-aeie  Van Toll FraetW-eOie  530$ CEDAR VIEW  Top ol Selma Park Rd. Beautilul  view home. 3800 sq. tt. w/level  entry, wheel-chair accessible. 4a  bdrms. 3 baths, suite potential.  Gas heat, hw ��� stove, skylights,  hardwood tile, l/p, French doors  and more. Nicely landscaped and  linished. No commission, no GST,  motivated vendors. $304,000.  Phone 886*3572 lo view. See picture ad In Weekender.     I37cn  7$>l(is~  m  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1-351-4390  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  It  23  ST%  Baiter A Trade  Bed and Breakfast  18  30  (GREAT  1  Business and Home  Seivices  35  \wm  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  Child Care  25  TJ&,:..        ::M  37  %���������"'   '"' a  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  akWrn^mmt   .  For Rent  31  *"****���****"*  For Sale  21  Obituaries ���  Found  11  3  Free  18  Personal  3  Furniture  20  Pets A Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  31  8  Home A Property  1  Too Late to Classify  -to  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  at  Lost  10  Wanted  is  Maiine  at  Wanted to Rent  28  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  28  Engagements  Work Wanted  8  Music  13  38  Rancher, 3 bdrm., 2 full baths, on  duplex lot, 1 1/2 yrs., 1173 sq.tt..  vaulted ceilings, sundeck in rear,  12x16 workshop, single carport, 3  appl., $139,900.686-7141. I38w  New 2600 sq. It. rancher 1800 sq.  II. inlaw suite with view in Roberls  Creek. Over 1/2 acre and short  walk to beach. This 4*5 bdrm.  home has spacious kitchen with  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite with  F/P. There are too many extras to  mention. Flooring and cabinets can  still be selected. $269,000.686*  0360 or 886*0684. tin  Davis Bay, for sale by owner, 4956  Laurel. 885-5555. I37w  5 bdrm house with hardwood and  slate tors throughout on private  .6 acre in Roberts Creek,  $259,000. Call 685-2253. No  agents please. ss  Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek, 2 acres  plus shakemill building, $180,000.  886-86510(886*2240.   ss!36w  3,300 aq. It. plus double garage,  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 baths, 3 FP's, partial  view. Gibsons, $279,000. 886-  7738. #38w  BEAUTIFUL ROBERTS CREEK  8 yeer new home, private lot, 1/4  acre, 3 bdrm, 2 fun baths, family  room, deck, 1600 sq. tt. on 2 levels. 5 min. walk to beech, close to  school, store, on bus roule.  $155,000. Call 866-4522.  ��7cn  Homes &  Properly  VIEW a. INVESTMENT) Move in  and start LIVING! BRIGHT open  plan, master with ensula/watVin  Watch the ships Irom new  sparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE! 1/2 acre Soames area.  $259,000.     1  48' x 330' ot prime low bank waterlront In Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up lor  recreational or rental use. Property  zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2)  Double garage pkis storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689  7070. ss  Hodson: Terry. Sharl, and Ug sister Vdona are proud to announce  the sale arrival ol Wilson Everett  on August 28,1993 at 8:55 am,  weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces  Thanks lo Or. Paelkau, Berlin.  Morgan, Petzold, Berinstan and all  whohelped. ��36cn  Welcome lo our world Charles  Grant McConnell, bom August 30,  1993 at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt. Son ol Janel and Ian  McConnell, baby brother lor  William, grandson ol Bernard  Arthur Hudson ol Delia and Susan  Olga and Charles Minnis  McConnell of New Zea!and.��36cn  Jason Cochet and Kelly Caster are  proud parents ot Tyler Cochet,  bom AugusM3,1993.     I36cn  7.   Announcei  A bursary fund has been established in memory of Linda Sturdy  in order that children may have an  opportunity to expand their horizons by experiencing learning in  French. Linda's energy, commitment and love will continue to nurture children through gilts made to  the Sundhlne Coasl French Education Society, c/o L'Ecole Passe  Partoul, Geneial Delivery, Roberts  Creek, BC VON 2W0.      ��37cn  A very bio specs/ than* you for all  lhe cards, fellers, flowers, donations ami condolences lo allyou  good friends and caring people ���/  Roberts Cree*. June Poulsen.  "Th* Coast Connection "  A  J. David Cillinjhim would lite  In invite you tn caH to discus my  Real Estate Planning Service for  all your needs I offer  Professional [Yrsonal Service  avoftung for your best intrresh.  Call: Office NMS0S  Home 1134435  S/M smoker, social drinker, early  50's would like to meet a lady early  40's to late 40's who enjoys dining,  dancing, boating, lishing, quiet  time, most ol all doing things  together. Reply to Box I, c/o Box  68, Sechell, BC VON 3A0. I36cn  Lady, 64 years young, new resident to Coast would like gentleman  friend. She likes to walk, swim,  fish, read, dine out, N/S, S/D. Box  J, c/o Box 66, Coast News,  Sechell. BC. VON SAO.      I38w  LOVE  Ask in simple bust  And you shall receive.  All my love to everyone.  See you in my dreams.  Stephen  I36w  Costa Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical fruit trees, minutes to  beaches, $22,500. Owner 863-  2450. ssl35w  Lot I Mountalnview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Pnvate panhandle access. Ready lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612 or 328*5534. SS  2 yr. 1378 sq. It home, 3 bdrms.,  large lot, very dean, price reduced  to $169,900.4054 Browning. Best  buy. Ken-Forbes Realty 686-0567.  I38w  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 866-9764  orcai. 11-220*152 tins  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious lay*  out, excellent corrJtion, very dean,  newly painted I renovated featuring atucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq It. deck, Iridge . stove  included, wash* t dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. Una  Soames Point, 132 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jermish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900.886-  0081,351-7686after6pm.    as  SOUNDWAVES CHORUS under  Ihe direction of CHRYSTAL  UNRAU wai begin their fan season  Sept. 15. Wed. eves. 7*10 pm.  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME. For  info phone PAM 885-7502. I36w  24 HOUR  TOWING  WALTS  886-9500/cel 240*6575  Psychic consultant, phone Terry  lor appointment, 683*1194. ��36cn  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  885*7883,24 hour line. tfn  Lordy, Lordy,  Allan D. made  love, your harem  and Bud.  PROPOSED 5 YEAR  DEVELOPMENT PLMi  Notice is hereby given that Weldwood ol Canada  Limited will hold a public viawing ot tha S Year  Development Plan tor the Forest Licence A19222,  Clowhom Falls operation In tha Sunahlne Coaat  Timber Supply Area.  A 5 Year Development Plan consiats ol maps  which indicate proposed cut blocks and  Information on other resource values that may be  affected by the harveat.  The Development Plan Is reviewed by relevant  resource agencies as well as the public belore  approval Is considered by the Ministry of Forests.  If approved the plan forms the basis for Cutting  Permit Applications that provide the authority to  commence harvesting.  The development plan will be available for public  viewing at the following locations and times:  Driftwood Motor Inn  Trail Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  September 10,1993 from 12:00 noon - 9:00 p.m.  September 11,1993 trom 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Weldwood ol Canada Office  Clowhom Camp  Sechelt, B.C.  September 7, 8,9,1993     9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Representatives ot Weldwood ot Canada Limited  will be available to discuss tha plan. To ensure  consideration, written comments must ba  submitted by September 24,1993, to:  Weldwood ot Canada Limited  Clowhom Camp  Box 9  Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  TARCTPALHSTRY  Accurate readings by Kalawna.  UM 885*5111 or toll Itee pager It*  977*7449. HBw  Come square dance with us.  Country Stars Square Dance Club.  Beginner dass - all ages - Thurs.  Sept. 16, 7:30*9:30 pm, Seniors  Activity Centre, Sechelt tor Information. 885*9500 or 686*2769.  I37w  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  alii** FacePaintins  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bass, & Fun  C8llM3-6S03tO  bookyoursl  BROOKS I MILLER  FLQpfl COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  MARY KAY  offers a complete line of skin care,  glamour producta, sunscreen end  fragrances. Cell today to book your  free facial. Yvonne 886*4643.  13601  NEW CONCEPT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lose up lo 25 lbs in 1 month and  feel gieat. All natural. Doctor  approved. 100% guaranteed or  money refunded. Wendy 686-  3067. MOcn  SECHELT KARATE CLUB  (Member of JKA, NKA, NASKA,  Karate BC) Is starting its fall session, Sept. 15. Training Monday -  Wednesday evenings with s qualified experienced instructor. Beginners welcome. For more Mo, cell  885*9273. #37w  DENSE OW8AN  Artistic Director of Cosst Dsncs  Theatre School announces opening of Fall Tsrm lor clsssss In  Roysl Academy of Dancing  method ol Beast, Contemporary  and Creative Dsncs. To register  phone I8WW1. ��3Bw  mmn  ELLEN BESSO  Gibson  C0OLRUNWNGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish rsmovsl, moving, ysrd  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  865-3917. tins  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  Net fust tV roller*  OIANT  niAMUOf  MR* JfHi _\y  HAUMNY HAU 10am  TMuUM  nmrnttt-immtm  QUALITY  OfflctSmica  (here to sent Gibsons)  t WORDPROCESSING  a) rnjug  t BINDINGSERVICES  \ BLACKiVHiTEi  COLOVRSCANNING  tEASONAIUIATU  Ca>Teefrtlo-HH  Iti-Mnont fqji  mmm  SuneNns Coast Transition  12   Pets &  Livestock  Free fluffy kittens. 3 orange males,  one tri-colored lemale. 865*9620.  I38w  Learn to play  Highland  Bagpipes  lirimtelmms fir all aga  886-8875  A sale place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service H5-2944        th  11/Sold lemale cat, salt I pepper  color, answers to Keta, Gower Pt.  area. Laige reward. 8864527  13(01  A reward to anyone who has seen  a diver pick up a stainless steel  propeller under the govt wharf in  Porpoise Bsy over 2 mos. ago.  885*5523. i38w  Calico, long-haired female, answers to Tiger. Cemetery 4 Keith  Rd. area. Owner very anxious to  have her back. 8884644. #36cn  Man's Waek wallet, containing cash  _ driver's He., neer Roberts Creek  Store. Reward. Pat Horvath 885-  9969 Mfcn  Cat, Neck with white on chest .  belly and front paws, Barney, Fain-  ham Rd. 886-9903.        Mfcn  Wallet-dark blueeelskin wallet in  Gibsons area, as long ss one  month ego, Sue 886*2622.   tins  Small couch cushion on Hwy. 101  near Emie Ii Gwen's, 7:45 am,  Sept 1.896*9866. S38w  Know Thyself! Your We is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by  Dometria. For queries and appoint*  merits 8850261. #41w  CORRESPONDENCE  Esrn your diploma in one ol 50  recognired programs: Accounting;  Bookkeeping t Accounting; Computer Technology; Legal, Medical,  Exec. Secretary, Medical Olfice;  Medical Typing; Merjcal Terminology; Human Rasourcs Mgmt;  HoW t Restaurant Mgml; Travail  Tourism; High School Upgrading.  ���Leering in-home study education  across Canada since 1984.' CaH  tor free inlormation.  NATIONAL COLLEGE (BC)  6884913* 7 days, 24 hrs. ��36cn  ?  Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  a P-mara-lHa-darmovalol  unwanted hair  ��ItHHacayWn*!  jwHswiaTlieseaaaetaDJi  -   ������      mm.  * CcflnM EiBrifutfM  * Evening ���wmnlntcnb i  a Pma-y-a'lmaa��b��adaliadio  For ippotabwm all M5*7*S  Larrtvee electric guitar, case, plus  Traynor ampirlier, all as new, $200.  885-9011 evenings. ��37w  JOY OF MUSIC  STUDIO  Voice ��� piano * keyboard -theory.  5653 Wberl, 685-5552     I36cn  Black Vamaha 45 inch piano, 2 yis  old, excellenl condition, $4,250  obo. 6650268. ��38cn  12-sding Yamaha guitar with case,  as new. $250 886-05B9evenings/  weekends. <ms  Experienced flute teacher is now  accepting students. Please call  KdlySmlt (Assoc. Nus.) 886*2226.  I37w  Piano Tuning  _m     . repairs  J��iv-appraisals  3r  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Looking lor players ��� three guys,  aged 40s into playing some classic  rock'n'roll and RIB lor lun and  some local gigs. Looking lor lead  singer, keyboards and homs. Present group members have 10 yrs.  experience. Call John al 8854679.  ���37w  Gourley upright piano orig. bill.  1910. $1600.666*4886 after 4:30  pm. M7cn  Alto saxophone, exc. cond., Y-23  intermediate-beginner, $595.883-  9230. ��36w  Glasses al Roberta Creak beech.  885*3930. Mfcn     ____________________________  Found, a watch on Cowne a 886* Piano, keyboard and voice lessons  7584. iae�� in your home. 886*9630.   I37cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles a    levels A applied theory. First les*  Three sheep, breeding ewes, $250 son Iree. Avail, days a eves. Steve  obo. 686*8128.  MTW    685*7087.  ���38w  17 aa Bay tlaoroughbred gelling,  good on trails, nice manners,  $1260 866-9346 alt. 6pm. M6w  Belletan goats, 1469 Clover Rd.up  Irom Roberts Creek hall, then right  along Hanssn onto Clovsr.Rd.  Kind homes wanted. Kids $65 up.  Belletan bucks and a larger non  Belletan buck. Breeding fee $20  withretum. I38w  County competitor dressage saddle, black, 16 inch, like new, $800.  8854969 or 683*9124.     ��38cn  Two-horse trailer, 6', good floor,  electric brakes, $2000.883*2154.  issseoi  18 yr dd, bay, 17H, thoroughbred,  gelding, good on trails, nice manure. $1875.886*9346 after 6pm.  ���37cn  peluxe Roysl 2 horse angle hall  trailer with tack rcom, $4000.885-  7810. ��37w  Costs Rlcs 3 bdrm. house in  TsngoMsr Beach 4 Goll Country  Club. All amenities, $400Vwk. 663-  2450. #37w  DOG CROSS  ���Funcllonol Foods"  ��� Aithrlflt  ��� Alb-gin  ��� Spaacioll'iaaa  .     ���.'       I m.. l     ,    ,  imaiaaiH a*aaRWM ���mm.  fOTMMM isr*ssM, esjm a wm  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem' CalAI-Anon  886*9903, 885*7484, 886*9059.  AlAleen 686*2565 or 685*7484.  nc  Adult cMdren ol Alcoholics or ays*  luncSonelt��T*ee please call 886-  3849 or 886-4622 lor help,     nc  m  Mktia ��� Mkhaea is laking appoint*  merits again. Call 6884499 alt.  8pm. t38w  LESLIE ELLETT  CREATIVE OANCE CLASSES  for children, begin ting Sept. 21 In  Gibsons. To regWsr phons 688-  8044. t37w  Ssdly outgrown 10 yr. old Elvis  Parsley 13.3 H.H. P.O.A. gelding  Apalooss coloring. Grsal  hunter/jimper, good on trails snd  roads, $1500 Obo. 886*3231  Sarah. M7w  GOLDFISH  Fancy snd plain tropical fish, 25c  andi*3.Sup(��es68r3*9890.-*37cn  EACLE RIDGE  VtTtMNAKV HOJMTAl  Sawing the  Sunshine Coast  tor over  10 YEARS  naxl to Big Mart Sect*  885-5158  Fridge m good cond. 865*7492.  ISA)  Hockey gear lor 6 yr. old. 886-  4867. HBw  Hockey equipment lor 6-7 yr. old.  865-3183. I38w  Fishing rod ��� a good salt water;  sturdy enough lo land those whoppers! Reasonable $ Call 686*7355  tve. mess. tfns  Propane refhdgerator, 6 cu. tt. or  larger. 886*3000. I37w  Logging truck Iced of wood for firewood. Dave 885-6106.     ��37cn  Inglis washer; GE dryer; 30' stove,  $150.886*2792. M8w  Washer ta dryer, woiking, $100;  woodburning stove, $150.885-  8556. I36w  Antennae rotor and all-wave Yag-  gie TV antennae. 886*0104. ��36w  2-peraon row boat in good Condi-  Hen. 886-3163. S36cn  Hotwheels with redlines on tires  wanted by private collector. 885-  9308 tttvs  Wanted to rant. Space suable lor  smsl, pnvale life drawing daaass,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonsble 888*2822  days. Annie. tins  Used building materials in good  cond. S buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 885*8889. Recycle a  Save, tin  Reg. 1/2 Arab ysarling filly by  miti-champion S.S. Trinity. Excellent endurance/show/pleasure  prospect Jsnssne. 668*//rs.   M8w  PYMinooQTnuMm  Shepherd cross, 2 yrs, spayed,  Shots. Good watch dog. 885-9015.   Mfcn  24' Moffat stow, avocado green,  needs oven switch. 886-7214.   M8w  Border CoBs X neut male with al  shots, needs room and a cMdeas  home. 8868236. ��36w  Csr��sd trainer. 688*2854.13601  Moving sals, everything must go.  1964 Shadow, 16' Bow Rider  w/115 Marc I trailer, 1974  BAOUS KENNELS REQ.        ,.���  Dog I cal boarding. Dog naming, camperized van, furniture, ate  'Science Diet' pat toods. 686* 6768 Bmnads Rd. 685*2158. Sot  ��a    ���        to 11,12,1(119,10-4pm. I37w Coast News, September 6,  1993 15  SUMMER SPECIALS  M��l Kmbtm 2x4 SOC l/F   2x8 .6S( L/F  2x6 4SU/F   2x10.80< l/F  plywood Scoll  FACTORY OVIRRUNSt  ��� Exterior French Doors ��� Pair prehung dbl. glazed  $475.00  ��� 15 lite bevel Irpl. glazed  $295.00eo.  ��� Interior french doors ��� your pick $99.00 ea.  ��� Melal clad exterior panel doors $50.00 ea.  ��� Prehanging services / materials available  ��� Over 100 double glazed aluminum and vinyl windows,  patio doors, skylights and garden windows in slock.  QUANTITIES LIMITED  SUNCO RECYCLID BUILDING MATERIALS LTD.  S6S3 WHARF RD. SICHELT115 1119.  Moving sale: Fridge, $300: w/d,  $500; lawnmower, $500; bdrm  suite, $650; double bed, $85;  microwave, $250; ghetto blaster,  $180; new bikes, $15C7pr; 24' ladder, $70; wheel barrow, $35. Lots  more goodies. Pat 886-4866 alter  4:30. M7cn  Mitsubishi 26 in. colour TV and  cabinet, $650; both A-1.8654382.  M7cn  Sliding glass door single br. alum.  $75 obo; medium chest Ireezer, as  is, $50.886*3013. M7cn  Kenwood 200 wait receiver / double auto reverse cassette / compact disc 5 CD carousel / 2 Kenwood 160 w. 3-way speakers /  system cabinet. All Inclusive,  $2500 complete. 885*0382.��37cn  larage Sales  Multi-family garage sale, Sat.  Sept. 11,10*4,1099 Chamberlin  Rd. Tools S household Hems. No  early birds. I36w  GARAGE SALE  Sunshine Coasl Home Support  Society welcomes your donation  for their Sept. 18 garage/bake  sale. Items can be dropped otl st  Kirkland Cenlre, 4602 Simkins Rd.  in Davis Bay Tuesday through  Thursday 9 -4. For pick up or  questions, call Barb at 8854855.  Indoor garage sale, Sept. 11/12,  9em*1pm, 1439 Velvet, Gib sons.  Moving - everything must go.l36w  Sat., Sept. 11, moving sale-ber,  plants, baby things, household  misc., 9am, 291 Glasslord Rd.,  Gibsons. isew  Giant Garage 4 Bake Sale sponsored by lhe Home Support Society, Sat., Sept. 18,10-3 at Kirkland Centre, 4632 Simpkins Rd. at  Davis Bay. Hot dogs, refreshments and baked goods will be  sold. #37w  OAPOM6 giant Ilea market, Harmony Hall, tOam, Sept. 19, tables  $10,686*7284,866-9221.  I37w  McClary 30* H-6 stove, $289; Kenmore, 30' white, $329; Gurney,  30' almond A St. Steel stove,  $269; 22 cu ft upright freezer with ���  new compr., veiy nice, $429, Kenmore almond d/w (built-in), $249;  Hotpoint Comado w/d, $549 pair,  Inglis almond 5-cycle, 2-speed  washer, $349; Modem Maid, 30'  wall oven, setf-deen; $329; white  Westinghouse 30' almond sell-  clean stove, $449; Osnby 12v  fridge, 5 cu tt, $389; and much  more. 90 days to two years warranty, parts A labour. Phone Btom  685*7897 or Comer Cupboard,  885-4434. #38cn  Washer A dryer set, white, good  cond, $500 obo. 685-0539.13801  3 yr old almond washer and dryer,  exc. oond. 1600.8B6-4B37.M37  Liks new, '89 Frlgldsire 'Elite'  range, rag. and convection oven,  self-dean, white with Uack glass  panel A oven door, $600 (was  $1200 new). 888*2299.     M8w  Gibson gold stove, $150; Kenmore  w/d, gold, $250. Call 8858899.  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 665*2224,  locaieo. tfn  Westinghouse stacked W/D, $200;  chest freezer, 14 cu. ft, $200.  866-2730. M7w  Admiral side by side FF Iridge,  18.2 cu. It., almond, $575 obo.  885-9336. ssM8w  Large couch. 2 chairs, suitable tor  rec room, $200 obo. 866*4697.  M7w  New spring mattress, top quality,  $375 obo. 866*7394.       I38cn  One Ikea doming wardrobe, $200;  malching 6-drawer dresser with  mirror and 4-drawer tall dresser  SSI, $100. Phone 886*0433 Iv.  mess. M7w  Used lurniture and misc. 2nd hand 30" Tappen range, cooktop wall  goods. 'Castaways' Molly's Lane, oven, dryer, 17 deeplreeze, elec.  Wed.-Sun., 11am*4:30pm. 888- lawnmower, chest ol drawers.  6676 or 836-4930. M7w 885*3138. <37cn  Dive equipment. Suunlo multi level  computer, Dacor regs. etc. 685-  0221. ��37cn  3'x5' reflnished osk olfice desk,  feminine Hair, $300; relinished  crib, new mattress, $100. 686-  7210 eves. only. ��37w  Chrislmas Iree, artificial, fire regardant. Northern pine, 6'-7' high,  used once, $60; kettle barbecue,  21', used once, $25; Kenmore  microwave wilh instruction book,  500 watts, 0.5 cu. It., first class  condition, $75.885-2047.   I37w  Firewood for sale, price varies to  location and order. Get ready tor ��<- �����"�� Tl1Pte. 1�� P*** &x-  tail and winter and save money. m ,h'��*in ano,her M ����� "P*  Also dry seasoned maple. 866* piece all tor same price. 686*2952.  4899 Dale.                    M7w M7cn  WILL KILN DRY  YOUR WOOD  fo-aours/wd/lcaHon.  Mtu.Ul_i%14fi.6lrt.  Capacity 1000 B.F.  Pru,iu)ohttm47%  9* Rockwell Beaver tablesaw, new  Portahta gas welder, $1200; cut-  carUde, exc. cond. $350 obo. 885*  ting torches i gauges, $50; tire i  9270.  M7w  Propane stove, 30', $200 obo.  8850472. I38cn  Cash paid tor old clocks, pocket  watches, working or not. Old  advertising signs, jewdlry and furniture. Anything old. 886-3905.  Mfcn  Upright grand piano, needs a Utile  work, $300 or trade lor a few cords  of firewood. 868-9726.      ��38cn  8 HP Kohler eng. with elec. start,  new cond, $400.886*9866. ��38w  Two pine Bonsai trees, 7 It., $50  ea.; other evergreens also available. 685*7261. M8w  Fold down bed tor van, seats 3;  lump seat and 2 seat belts lor van.  Don885-5208. M8w  NRTAIUIANDUW  aWMMOWHL  COM TO YOUR FKIMTY  TOCUTYOURIOQ1  ���n��� mm_M__n___\  Wt cmn make you a btd  Jusl Ibe tight belgbt  Ibat won't squeak or crtak  and that fits your maiiress  HtM��,(Hir-s atom loo.  TIM CLEMENT  aaa-eaia  1044 SMmoa.nl Wiy, Gibions  (Mw. Waal laar lam)  Rocker recliner, $375; couch,  $125; single bed, $60; 2 hexagon  tables, $70; Electrolux upright vacuum, $250, antique mirror, $175.  Al in good cond. 885-3382. S37w  Bed chesterfield, lullsize, At  oond, $375,666*2730.     M7w  Great present-antique Dutch wall  dock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $800.886-  7x7. ��  Loveseat solabed, rust colour.  866*3592. M6w  Lovely near new Simmons double  mattress, quilted top, $129; small  antique side chair, distinctively  hand caned, $125; near new outdoor padded lounge, 1/2 price,  $75,886-8465. M7w  Crib, change table; 24' extension  ladder, table, 4 chaiis, $50 ea.; 2  deluxe weight benches w/weights,  $125 ea.; brand new slide A  swingset, $75.885*9899.  ��37cn  Exercise bike, older model, $10,  no speedometer; rowing machine,  good shape, $50. 688*72i4.M8w  Fresh frozen blackberries. 885-  9734. M8w  CEDAR ��� regular dimension or  cuslom size available, competitive  prices. 8850270. S41cn  STRAWBERRIES ��� yes, we still  have lots! Ever-bearing, pesticide  Iree, Mason Rd, u-pick, $1/Ib.  5873 Mason Rd. 685*3506. ��36cn  Briefcase w/combination lock, $40;  2 drawer locking file cabinet  w/hardware, $40; Lambourghini  framed print, $65; 3/4 brown  leather jacket, $75.6650382.  Mfcn  Motorized scooter, 3 1/2 yrs old,  runs good, $1000. 865-6299  mornings. M8cn  Chandelier, valued at $700, will  sell lor $200.6650509.    Mfcn  Shopsmith Mark 5, $1800; Stihl  chainsaw, $350; chipper shredder,  8 tip, $1600; Shopsmith 12' planar, $600. 686*0940. Csll 741-  42M. ��38cn  New Sako .338 Win. mag, synthetic slock, Burris 1 3/4 ��� 5 power  scope. $1200.885-4586.   ��38cn  Steel drums lor ssle, $20, Sechelt  Shell. 885*2128. I37cn  Avocado propane stove, $50.886-  /247. I37w  Scuba equip. Brooks seal suit,  $350; Tusa BCD Shirwood Blizzard Octopus, Seaflex bell, ankle  weights, US divers dados, masks  snorkel, $900.8850876.   ��36cn  Drop orr your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Coast Nairn  wheel 1200*165, $40; Ig. crib .  mattress 1 highchair, $20; wood  rocker, hardly used, $100. 885-  21M. M6w  Gold plated London fireplace heat  exchanger, $650; RSF wood  stove, $350; Hotpoint washer,  $280,883-2948. ��36w  Fireplace screen lo lit 36"x27"  opening polished brass, glass  Hold doois . mesh spark screen;  3-pc. fireplace tool set and iron  grate, $195 obo. 865*5552. ��37w  Fireplace, Vermont casting dauntless, tree standing dark brown  enamel ��� comes with firescreen .  glass doors, like new, used I season, $1400.885-4568.      ��37w  Round slarbursl walnut dining  table A 4 upholstered armchairs,  $440; 2 coordinating chairs also  available; libreglass canopy. box  liner for S/B S/S pickup; 21 It. trailer, needs repairs, best offer. 883-  1160. M7w  RSF Energy Onyx zero dearence  fireplace, new, never used, $1600.  Thermostat kit and chimney priced  separately. 885*2472.       ��37w  State-of-the-art water filters guaranteed to remove bacteria, lead,  chlorine, etc. 8850472.     I37w  Giant "Sedona' ATX chro-moly 16*  mountain bike, ridden once. 885-  9565. H36w  insulated stove pipes, new, $60  ea.; sell-contained kitchen unit lor  boat or trailer, incl. sink, tank, alcohol stove, $390.885-4109. ��36w  Yamaha digital keyboard; accor-  dian; Eledrohome organ guitar, all  good cond.; garden shredder 4  tools. 886-8527. ��38w  Attention men: Speedaire compressor, 20 gal, 2 HP, $350; Bos*  titch N80 coll nailer (multi-use)  plus nails A hoe, $300; Delta  bench tablesaw, 10 in, 13 amps,  S150; BAD sawcat 71/4' sklllsaw,  $60; Makita 7 1/4' sklllsaw, $70;  Craftsman auto scroll pgsaw, $50;  Craftsman 900 router, $70; Makita  drywall screw gun, $75; SUN 009L  2.5 cu. in. chainsaw, 16' bar,  $250; older utility trailer ��� U-haul  type (enclosed), 15' wheels,  6x5x4', good shape, $300; heavy  extension cord ��� 63 ft. 1073 cab  tire, $40; 2 light extension cords at  25 m, $25; men's gdl clubs, Wilson Envoy, lull set with new Titleist  pro-style bag . covers, umbrella,  $280; men's sz. 10 leather corks,  used 5 weeks, $150; men's sz. 10  Abilene cowboy boots, leather-  lined, almost new, cosl $228, sell  $75; Interstate 12-voti ban. (Ford)  new, $35. All items in excellent  shape, many almost new, all  prices firm. 886*9449.       I38w  SHAKLEE  products lor the enhancement ot  your health and environmentally  friendly cleaners. 6850472.137w  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 Ib. 4 $4 lb. To order:  8*5-7346 Namasts  Full heed mount black bear rug for  sale or trade tor guitar, violin or  w/h/y. 8854839. M6cn  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality split alder lirewood cut  to any length. Full cord $95 plus  delivery. Pender Haibour, Sechell,  Gibsons. 8850340.        M6cn  Two queen beds, $100 ea.; boy's  6 sp. mountain bike, $65; child's 2  wheel bike, $25; Silkle Bantam  rooster, $5.686*7372.       ��36w  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable,  call Doug 885*5070.        M6w  Fresh salmon ��� phone Tim 885-  4816. M6w  3-pce. cheslerlield suile, $250;  table lamps, oddments. 885*5850.  M6w  Wood windows, asst. sizes, single  pane, suitable lor cottage or shed.  $35 ���$100.8868875.      M6cn  Nintendo: NES 13 gemes, 5  accessories, pkg. deal, $250;  rollerblades, men's 6, $50. 866-  8746. Mfcn  Or Irade: large 3-shelf maple  hutch, 68'x52'xie*. Will trade for  small hutch, 24*28' wide. 866-  2592. M8w  5x3' drafting table, $75; 2-drawer  letter size tiling cabinet, $50;  Navaho CB radio base set  w/antenna, $125; TV table, $10.  866-2561. #37cn  Put a neat little home on your  property without the hassle or  expense ol building. Modulat  home 24x32, constructed with  2x4s, very well insulated, vinyl siding, complete w/storm windows,  bay window, drapes, carpet, large  appliances, cupboards, skirt or  sundeck, central heating, etc. One  owner, n/s, senior reluming to  England, $34,000.886*2513.  M7cn  Antique wood burning cook slove.  $600,885*3506. ssM6cn  Sony 1/2' VCR, 4 heads, fiat black  finish, $250, call 886*2622 Tues*  Fri. afternoons ask for Annie, tins  Ritchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 886*2622, ask  lor Annie. tins  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top soli by the ten*  dem dumptruck load.  Langdale-Roberts Creek $250  Roberts Creek ��� Davis Bay $275  Davis Bay-Halfmoon Bay $285  While quantities last Csll W.D.  Excavating, 8864764 or call, t  1*220*1526. tins  Firewood, $100 lull cord. Phone  Klaus 885-0679, please talk lo my  electric secretary. H8cn  Omega 500 colour monitor, printer, new HID kit, 2 controllers, exlra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  886*3280 or 8860924. tin  Used railway ties, greet lor retaining wails. 8868204. ss  DAHLIAS GALORE!  Come and enjoy over 400 varieties  in bloom. Orders taken for spring.  Cut flowers available. Open Tues*  Sat, 9em*6pm, top of Selma Patk  Rd. Don t Monty Shinn. 885-  9820. ��36w  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  snd de-ionizer w/repiacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $85,886*9665. tfns  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  864-5240.  Itn  1990 Mazda 323 hatchback. 885-  3261. MDL 5936  1981 Mustang, original owner,  sunrool, new lires, $1000 obo,  885-7370. ��38w  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condilion, very  clean, newly painted t renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. ft. deck, Iridge 4 stove  induded, washer t dryer optional.  Excellenl localion, dose to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8860095. $39,900. Call to  view tins  GOOD HAY  HOO/BsIs Delivered  Straw ROM*  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  ("all Between 12-lpm  885*57  Full size camper frig, stove heater,  S15000OO. 886-2108. ss  CEDAR SHAKES i LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885*2138  or 885*5601. tin  MHR.TOWINO  AIM AUTO RIOTOUS  886-9080  Pam foi most makei foreign  domestic, J wheel drive,  4 wheel drive (some do drive.  Some perls Installation  available  Aeiesste  dr  1969 Mercedes Benz, Calilomia  car, all original, new tires, $4000.  885-4486. I36w  1980 Toyota Tercel, $850; motor  and transmission lor 1980 Toyola  Corolla, $350.885-9643,   ��38cn  1963 Ford Escort L wagon, auto,  good condition, $600. 885*3675  eves. isfcn  '87 Toyota Corolla 4 dr, while, new  brakes, tires, exhaust, excellen'  shape, 68,000 kms, $7000 obo.  885*2377 weekends, 469,2711  bus. MOcn  1974 Dodge 1-ton Hat deck,  $2200,886*0940,0911741-4243.  #38cn  Musl sell 1981 Audi, 4 dr, dean,  w/sun rool. $2800 Obo. 865-7233  or 885*2064. M7cn  Classic 200Z BMW, good condition, $1200.885-4762.      #37cn  1978 Dodge Volare 4 dr, some  rust, runs well, $500.865*2540.  M7w  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  aulo, sc, all power, excellent condition. $4550.886^641.   ��37cn  1988 5 spd, 4 dr, red Nissan Sen-  Ira. $6000 Obo. 888-4837. SSM7  1976 Oldsmobile 98, good condition, rebuilt engine, runs great,  extras, asking $1000.885*3532.  M7w  1981 Honda MU, sunrool, AM/FM  cassette, many new parte. $600  obo.885-5352. 13601  79 LTD2, needs some work,  $300.6868759 aft. 6 pm. M7cn  1982 Volvo SW Clean and well  maintained. A sale and dependable second family car, $4000  obo. 685-3790. ��37w  1991 Explorer 4x4 Eddie Bauer,  loaded with leather A CD player,  one owner. 885*3281. MDL 5936  1975 Olds Cutlass, 350 engine,  swivel seats, runs good, $400 obo.  8868159. I37w  79 MGB complelely redone, new  tres, etc. red, needs good home,  $4000.865-4862. M6w  1963 Dslsun 280SX, California  import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-root. tinted glass, gold t  blsck, sxc. cond, $4300.886*  0576. as  1979 Chsvrolsl Novs, body in  good cond, needs a nsw csm  shaft, good tor parts, $300.886-  0356. I38w  1987 Tempo 4 dr,P/W,P/OL, air  cond, AM/FM stereo, exc. cond,  $3000.8854054. asM9w  ��39w  Private sale ��� quality Items e.g.  crystal chandelier, was $750, now  $300; also English wall lights;  complete stereo system;  dough/pastry mixer; antiques/col*  lectlblea include china, silver,  glass, brasses, plates, books on  Scotland. 8864620 lor appt.l37w  Sola hide-a-bed with matching  recliner. 686-3678. S37w  Martin 30/30 $280 C.I.L. pump  shotgun, $175.885*9405. M7cn  Rocker recliner EL-Russ A-1,  $375; Electrolux upright  carpet/floor vacuum, $250; Australian jacket, full length oilskin,  black, $135; (2) hexagon end  table, $70; 5-drawer dresser, perfect, $75. Phone 8850362. s36cn  Full size shortbox canopy; steel  fence posts; monochrome computer display with Hercules and I/O  cards. Phone 6850022.    M7w  Prolessional Johnson stair  climber, 9000 air system with computer, paid $650, asking $500.  8854019. #36w  JD 401 loader, 80" bucket, 5000 lb  fork, exc. cond, $9500 885*7892.  M7w  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  669*7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  866-2546. ss  '77 Austin Marina, good body, carb  needs work, $300.896*2967.  HBcn  1964 Mazda RX-7 78,000 tons. 4  new Pirelli lires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable 1 strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 tins  73 V.W. vsn. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 obo. 885-3917.  tfns  1990 Honds CRXsi, black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very  dean inside . out, $10,000 obo.  886*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, sir,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  tons, $15,000 obo. 8860623. ss  '77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900 obo. 866*3648 as  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 6 cyt, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage.  $5000 Obo. 883*2512. ss  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  685*7167 ss  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo  883*9234. ss  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shspe $3500  obo 686*7376 ss  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  686-7520 or 886*2111. as  Modified 1957 Ford F-tOO, CO  auto, PS/PB, power seats, custom  paint/interior 460 Lincoln V-8,  $6500.685*3433,666-2694.M7W  1916 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chairs, sola bed.  Loaded. Only 77,000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000.886-2342  or cell t1-220*5261. ss  1961 Datsun 4X4 pickup, 5 spd, 4  cyl., 104,000 kms, csnopy,  $1000. Randy att. 5pni 886*8244.  ���38w  75 F100 pickup, 61,000 orig.  miles, V6, clean and reliable,  minor rust, $1200. Jim 886*3148  or 8860124. #37x11  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8888204. ss  Dodge D50 pickup propane rusty,  runs well, $500 obo. 683*2696.  ���38w  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.8868301 ss  1963 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic, $2800.885*5623 alt. 6.  ssM5w  '84 Toyola Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,600 obo. 886*7848.  ss  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr, 4X4 and extras,  25,000 tons. Dave 6660878.  SSI34  1993 Escort 5 dr, auto, sir, power �� Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj. JW Ranger dub cab w/canopy.  steering, power brakes, stsreo. exc. cond, $3995. 686*7150 or ^u^atlc^gcodcond,  885*3281. MDL 5938 ,      866*8213, ss    $5000 obo. 885*9869.       I37w  ��� ������******��� \\f I  1981 GMC 5 ton single sxle  dump, 87,000 kms, govt, inspected, $6500 Obo. 8854804.   M7w  '91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyl, 6  sp, 63,000 tons, new tires, $7395.  886-9500. ssMSw  1965 Ford F153XL, 52,000 orig.  kms, EUaupunkt AM/FM cassette,  canopy 4 liner, Immac, $4900.  MBw  1990 Cavalier 4 dr. sedan, PS/PB,  AM/FM, 3 6,000 kms, $6000.886-  3124 aft. 5pm. ��38w  1985 Subaru GL sedan, auto,  85,000 tons, immaculate, $3600  obo. 68606491V. mess.    M8w  76 Volvo S/W, running. Still a  good vehicle, otters please. 686-  4557. ��38w  1983 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr.,  auto, cruise, immaculate cond,  $3950.883*9553. M7w  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp, suniool,  $3500 obo. 886*7969. sa  1986 Pontiac 6000, 4 cyl, fuel  injected, 4 dr, air, $2700 obo.  8854804. I37w  '86 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass,  summsr A winter tires, low miles,  exc. oond, $7000 obo. 686-0980  eves. ss  1982 Mszda RX7, good cond,  new dutch, brakes, $3100.686-  6032. ss  1960 3/4 ton GMC 4X4,350 standard, mechanically sound, $2500  obo. 8864899 ��37w  TRACKER'19  4x4 hardtop, low miles, immaculate condition. $9700.8860979.  ss��38cn  76 F-250 4X4,390 propane, fully  functioning. Also '76 KZ1000 ind.  pans bike. 685*7768.       ��37w  76 F-250 4x4 390 propane, lully  functioning; also 76 KZ 1000 Ind.  parts bike. 685-7766.       #37w  80 Ford F-250, V8 auto, $2200.  686*7927. M6w  77 Ford Econoline camperized,  $900 obo. 686-2880.        M7w  '81 GMC 3/4 ton, mechanically  perfect, some rust. $3000. 885-  5486. I38cn  1991 Chev 1/2 ton 4x4, 34,000  km, $14,000.8660382.    M8cn  1980 S.B. 4X4 P/U, $3000 obo.  885*2151 eves. M8w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  885*7516. ss  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 obo. 685*1949.  ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  slereo, open to reasonable offers.  866-7800. SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 866-3005 8am-  5pm. ttn  1984 F-150 Economical 6 cylinder, '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5*2  4 apeed, original owner, dual tranny, new front tires, needs  tanks, tuft box, $5,500 obo. 1*978* Inspection. $3250.8860001. ss  4655 or 6858869.          M8cn  1981 Dodge Roysl 1/2 ton p/u.  Fdly loaded on gas and piopane.  $2400000.8850856.      M7cn  1989 Isuzu Trooper LS Special.  One owner, dealer mainlained,  fully loaded plus; ski reck, running  boards 4 cargo cover. Excellent  condition. $15,500 OB. 865-2272  76 Maverick lor parts, drtveaUe,  new 14'lires, $150 obo. 886*  7895. M7w  1987 blue Suzuki Forsa, exc.  cond, $3200 obo. Exc. commuter.  885*7878. M8w  1991 Hyundai Excelex. only  29,000 tons, silver blue, auto, like  new condHlon. Seeing to buy work  truck, $5500 obo. 6850515.138w  i960 Ford Granada, V6 auto,  P/S. P/B, A/C, cruse. AM/FM cassette, $1000 obo. 685*3633 or  8850949. ��38w  1968 Nissan Mlcrs 2 dr, 4 cyl,  std, exc. cond, $3200 obo. 885-  7083. M6w  1981 Capri, runs good, needs  tires, asking $1200. Or will swap  lor best aluminum cartopper. 885-  4109. S38w  1967 Chevelie Malibu, 2 dr, hardlop, 3rd owner, mint cond, asking  $5500 683*9054. I36w  1988 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, aii, leaded. 8850281. MDL  84 Honda Accord, sunroof, 6 sp,  new tires. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  8654054. SB  '67 Honds Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950 obo. 8860484. SS  1984 Escort; standard, needs  dutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond, exc. for parts,  $400 obo by end ol May. Call 886*  2622. tins  88 Cavalier Z24, VO, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  686*7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  '86 Ods Ciera Brougham, loadsd  plus Use player, $5795.686*7150.       6 ft. camper by Tri-Star Motor  '91 Dodge Dakota 4x4 extra cab. Homt* *"***���SKm' 3"w,��  pickup, vO, 5 speed, exc. cond. "--I8' 'U���**J' *"'������ *1200 **-  $14,900.6654662.        M7cn   8854208 M7cn  '77 Toyota long box P/U, recond.  molor, new clutch assembly,  brakes front A rear. Good tires A  battery. Runs Al. $1195. 886-  2040.  M6w  1974 International Harvester  Scout, 2 WO, auto, removable top.  Good workhorse. $1100. 885-  7657. #36cn  76 GMC 3/4 ton In good running  order, automatic, $1895. 886-  8675. M6cn  80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 in exc.  cond. 866*7774 or 8860027. ss  1990 Chev Suburban 4X4 Fully  loaded Silverado, immac. cond.  Only 45,000 tons. Extended warranty. Over $36,000 invested.  TOO many features to list. Asking  $21,500.6650876018854660.  M6w  1979 Wilderness travel trailer, 24  ft, very clean, never been abused.  Sleeps 6, elec./propane fridge,  prop, stove 4 hot water, 3 pee.  bath, nice open layout. Everything  works. Excellent brand new color  TV/VCR with remote included,  $6500 obo. 885-7814.       M8w  8 ft. camper, exc. cond, $1500.  865-7791. ��36w  74 VW van camper, exc. cond,  $3850 obo. 665*3917.        tfns  1990 dte. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  1975 GMC 350 camper van, A-1  cond, no mst, $3600.885*3995.  MOw  1976 LaSalle Travel Trailer, 28 ft,  Iridge, stove, air cond, oil lurnace.  $2,900,865*9306. tfns  1989 Dodge Caravan. 73.000 km.  7 pass, auto, V6, one owner, nice  lamily packer. 885-3281. MDL  5936   1961 Chev. Malibu 4 dr, good  cond, nine well, standard, $1000  obo. 889-9810. M6w  1187 Chevette 2 dr, 5 spd hatchback, reliable. $1200.885*3670.  ssMBcn  whmn you  pay for 2 fnsorffon*  Al dassiHedi musl be  pro-paid batons insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  In either thr .londay or Weekend*  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 tents  for eoch addstfonal vrord.  Free: Losl, Found A Free  Surw -toff Cfa����/#fecf*  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, tolling one r'fem, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will bo cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Nor -m-rU-h for commmrclel tn-Waaa-a  Coast Nows  CI.ASf IPIID DEADLINES:  MtMistay Mitten Weak-Hitter  S P.M.. THURSDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibions886-3622   Sechalt8853930 16        Coast News, September 6, 1993  28   Molorcycles  40 It. 1975 RV bus, set up tor year  round living. Propane powered,  good motor, $15,000. See at Boot  Hill RV Park, top ot Cemetaiy 4  Keith Rd, Gibsons. M7w  1968 GMC getaway van, low  mileage, 3-way Iridge, 3 burner  stove, microwave, and more, exc.  cond, $18,000. Would consider a  tull size pickup as part payment  886*8874 att. 5pm. ��37w  1969 deluxe class C 24 tt. M.H.  like new, 1 owner, N/S, N/P,  loaded, 55,000 kms, will trade lor  smaller RV 8 cash, $31,500. 885-  7978. i39w  Car dolly (Kartoie Aulom) complete, w/light bar lor mid<size, near  new. $1550 obo. 883-2246. ��37w  14 ft. aluminum Misty River boat,  9.6 Merc and trailer, $2350 obo.  Call alt. 7pm 685*5317.     ��38w  17 ft. 4 in Kellahan lishing  machine, aluminum, entr console.  60 hp Merc, Road Runner trailer,  VHF, sounder, $11,500.886-8482.  I37cn  1976-4 HP Evinrude motor, $295  obo. 885-6385. ��37w  24 It. Owens. 316 Chrysler. KWC,  50 hrs, SMOH Lorance sounder,  VHF. Swan anchor package,  trimmed tabs, heads, $6000 obo.  865*7977. ��38cn  16 It. Marim Bownder, 60 HP  Mariner, 6 HP aux. w/trailer, full  canvas, winter tarp, lish Under,  downrigger. 885*7917.       MBw  Security, fenced  and lighted  Halfmoon Bay  Area,  Reservations  Taken now  885-2703  IT Double  Eagle  125 Volvo F.W.C. 290  wilh power trim & tilt.  Very clean, new trailer  $9650.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharl Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  Wanted ��� 20*35 HP Johnson or  Evinrude outboard lor pans. Ph.  886*7951. M7w  Seeking 12 to 14 tt. aluminum runabout with 10-15 HP motor. 885-  3790. I37w  P.H. Power s Sail Squadron reg.  lor boating course Thurs, Sept.  16,7 pm, P.H. Secondary School.  Also lor members AP.a Seamanship. For into call Emil Johnson  883*9203. M7w  16 It. Sidewinder sailboat. 2 sails,  lib, trailer, $1600.885-5095.M8cn  14 tl. al. boat ctre. steering, 25 HP  Mariner, elec. start, low hrs, galv.  trailer, bait and 2 day tanks,  extras, $4000.883-2390.   M8w  11.6ft. Achilles inflatable, bead  wheels, under 100 hrs, $1200  885*0168. M6w  Sailboat Cove, 29' diesel sloop,  cedar on oak, VHF, very good con*  dflion. $14,0X863-9361.  'g"'--mn  Classic 25 It. Owens, hamfman's  cruiser. 350 Vdvo t/w coding, new  batteries, VHF, sounder,  mahogany lapstroke over oak,  sleeps 4, Sports Yak dingy, extras.  Requires work. $5000 obo. 883-  9296. M8cn  20' Houston  Glasscraft  Hardtop  V6 OMC 800 Drive  F.W.C. Good condition  $9500.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  15 1/2 ft. Sangster 50 horse Merc  classic, $2,500.  12 tt. Aluminum boat, 9.2 Viking  motor, one or bolh, oilers. 888-  2660. M7w  Security Boat Storage ��� Haltmoon  Bay area, avail. Sept 1.685*2703.  ���36w  26' M.V. libreglass 440 Chrysler  power, dual controls, tow post,  excellent pleasure craft or work  boat. $9000 obo. 886*2454.l36cn  S.C. Power 4 Sail Squadron  BASIC BOATING COURSE -  Charts, Navigation, Satety, Compass. Starts: Sechelt. Sept. 14;  Gibsons. Sept. 15. Pre-Regisler:  Len Lavender. 886*2762; Centra  Gas. 8658117. I36w  24' tibrelorm. new rebuilt engine,  sounder, tndge. stove, head. etc.  $8000. 886*8725 wknds or 439-  1652 Vancouver. M6cn  1992 Yamaha 9.9 tip, used 20 hrs.  like new, $1400.8864714 or 886*  3132. M7cn  Two Chrysler 318 inboard engines.  One requires some rebuilding,  $1000; other is in fine mnnlng condition. $2000. For details call Buccaneer Maiina. 685*7888.      tfn  16 It. libreglass canoe, red, $260.  885-7651. M6w  14 ft. fibreglass runabout, 20 HP  Mercury, remote EZ load trailer,  $1300 obo. 886*2429.       M8w  28 ft. Trend boat, ideal lor lishing,  twin power, $35,900 or trade lor  property. 685-0722. ��39w  131/2 It. libreglass sailboat on aluminum trailer, exc. cond, $700  obo. 885-9209. M6w  16 tt fibreglass runabout, 65 hp  motor, trailer, excellent condition,  $2100.883*2990 mornings.     SS  16 It. K.C. 70 HP 1988 Mercury,  very tow milage, 7.5 HP 1983 Evinrude long shaft kicker w/easy toed  trailer, $6000-or wilh 81 Ford 1/2  ton, 75,000 kms, $10,000. All in A*  iccnd. 885*2361. M7w  Sailboat Cove. 29 ft. diesel sloop,  cedar on oek, VHF, vory good  cond, $14,000.883*9361. M7w  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine. 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255 ss  16 ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honds. $3000 688-9224  ss  24  It.  Csbin   Cruiser,  new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.683*9253.  ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 685*5278.  tin  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20*3040-50-70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Reeort. 683*2456.      tin  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhausl manifold. $3500.686-3457. as  Yamaha Virago 920 cc, extras,  $1375.6850382. H7w  ���85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500. 886-4616 aft. 7 pm.     SS  978 Doric 750 Yamaha, exc. cond,  many extras, sacrifice sale, $600.  883*2946. M6w  ���91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.8864746. SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters. 6860622. ss  1962 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 885*9512. sa  1987 Touring BMW KI00RSLT,  38.000 kms, exc. cond. Indudes  cover, helmet, tank bag, integral  cases, top case, gold, asking  $4000000.8850387.       I37w  1976 Honda 400, good cond,  spare bike lor parts $600 lakes all.  N86-7/22 leave message,    tins  26' csbin eraser, *Brsndi', classic  style, cedar on oak, 318 Chrysler,  many extras. Good basic condtion  but needs work. $7700.8860927  or message at 686-2558.  M7cn  20 ft. RM, very good cond, 351  motor F.W.C. trim tabs w/md trailer, $6495 firm. 885*6120.  ��37cn  ttCHtUMUHK  WMEttLTI. ..  cinain iiii Mrm  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.H.S.I  M.A.B.Y.c.  ��� Marine.  Surveyors and Consultant's!  Windsurfer Hy Fly Nova $600 obo.  8860623. ss  28 ft. Unity libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots of extras. George  8860139. sa  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, tulty equipped tor fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. SS  NwrHoniM  Fran $36,900 F.P.  Musl have own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, car  boal etc.  CaH collect  597-3322 tfn  1978 14x70 mobile home at  S.C.M.H.P, 3 bdrm., W/D Incl.  Asking $27,500 obo, home: 886-  8456 work: 868-7124.        I37w  New Paik  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents trom $2357mo.  For info, call  597*3322  ttn  For sale by owner 14x70 ft mobile  home located in beautilul Big  Maple Trailer Park. Contains 2 lge  bdrms, 2 lull baths, pantry, new  carport, S, F, W, D. Bright space 1  veiy dean. $45,000. To view, call  885-5929. M6cn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellenl condition, very dean,  newly painted 8 renovated featuring stucco ceiling with ceder  beams in living mom, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge _ stove  induded, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8860095. $39,900. Call lo  GSXR 750, tow kms, sic. cond,  $8000 886*7484. sa  Senior n/s, n/p, wishes to renl  small 2 bdrm home with t/p. vie* 4  cable, lor Nov.-Dec. 1. Gibsons /  Roberts Creek area Reply to Box  401, c/o Box 460. Gibsons, BC  VON IVO. M6cn  Responsible, quiet, non-smoking,  cat and owner looking lor cozy one  bedroom house or cabin. Gibsons /  Sechelt or anywhere In-between.  Please phone 885*5166.       tfn  Reliable long time S/C couple  seeking 2/3 bdrm. house to rent or  lease to own. Will redecorate,  maintain garden/landscape. Gibsons to Halfmoon Bay. 686*2576.  M7w  Responsible, caring tamily ol 5  desperately seeking 3 bdrm*  home lor Sept. 1. Prefer Roberls  Creek, Upper Gibsons area,  amount of space is prime consideration. 929-9627, Sill or Kim.  M6cn  Wanled lo rent. Space suitable lor  small, private Hie drawing dasses,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-  9665.Annie. tfns  N/S working couple seeks cabin,  Gibsons/Rbls. Ck, Od. 1 ot sooner. Refs. available. Call collecl  879*2695 aft. 6pm. M7w  '86 Honda Four Trax 125. Like,  new, 2 wheel drive, reverse,  $1950.886*9770. M8cn  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond, 20,000 kms,$1450 obo.  8850492. SSI39W  84 Yamaha virago, 500 cc, good  condition, $1300. Offers considered. 6850858. M8cn  j|j  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSCCIATlOl  These ads appear ki mora than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon    and reach morajhan 3_*n!|llon readers.           To place an ad in this paper, please call (604) 886*2622  $225  324  $4.00 each additional word  AUCTION  B.C.'s Exotic Animal & Bird  Auction. Armstrong B.C. Fairground September 25 8 26.  All Indoors. "If It's Exotic, We  Got ir. Display booths limited, book early. For informa-  tjon 493*2218.   AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. for  cars and trucks. Complete  rebuilds with new parts. 6Yr/  120,000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down * Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 7  Days. 8720641.   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Cash and Carry Cabinet Warahouaea, 4278  Loughaed, Burnaby 298*  8277. 1868 Spall Rd.,  Kalowna 860-6838. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114.  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMESFadoryDirecL ���Custom Bull*. Priced trom $41.  sq.ft. Top dollar for trades  Many used units available.  Nobis Homss(4Q3)447*3414.  PERSONAL  AREYOUONEOFTHE33%  WHO HAVE HEARD THE  VOICE OF GOD? According  to a recent Gallup Survey.  Learn a spiritual exercise.  ECKANKAR   1*800-667-  _m_  3 bdrm. lurnished waiertront  Roberts Creek, lease lo June 30,  $1200.  Small 3 bdrm. lurnishnd waiertront  cabin, Haltmoon Bay, $500.  2 bdrm. waterlront house, West  Sechelt, $500.  2 bdrm. panabode, lurnished,  Tuwanek, $500.  2 bdrm. side duplex, Gibsons,  $750.  Sussex Realty Property Mgrm -  Dave Austin 6850295.    *36cn  Spacious t bdrm. suile, Davis Bay  area, N/P, N/S, W/D, cable, ulils  ind, $60O/mo. 8850895.   ��3Bw  3 bdrm. view home, 3 appl,  Granlhams, $750>mo. 886*2473.   M8w  New deluxe 1 bdim. above ground  basement suite. Bay ares, no pets,  avail. Oct. 15, $500.8880103.  ���38w  Luxury upper floor, 3 bdrm. near  marina, no pets, avail. Oct. 1,2/3  utils, $85(Vmo. 886-9408.  MBw  3 bdrm. house, 2 baths, F/S, W/D,  lower Gibsons, svail. Oct. 1,  $8IXVmo, 678*1080.        S38w  Gibsons Isrgs brighl 2-3 bdrm.  mobile home on private acre, 4  appis, 5 min. to Cedar Grove  School. $650/mo. ��� utils or  $825/mo. incl. nesl > light. Long  lerm lease preferred. Gary 886-  3359 or 1-739*7670. ��38w  3 bdrm. view Ih ome, 3 appl.,  Granthams, $750/mo, N/S. 886-  2473. ��38w  New luxurious 2 bdrm. townhouse,  3 baths, 4 appl, garage, F/P, NIP,  avail. Sept. 15. $775.1-942-1219  6V8S- wooW  Large 2 bdrm. suite, 5675 Wharf,  Sechelt. Quiet N/S, rets, $620/mo.  ��� hydro. Avail, immed. 8860113.  M8w  New 1 bdrm. bachelor suite, private entrance, balcony, fantastic  view, walk to terry, lull cable $  utils. ind. $S75/mo. 886*7394.  M8w  Gambier Island ��� 2 bdrm. waterlront cottage, avail. Oct.-May,  $550/mo. +utils. 988O099 or 461*  6866. ��38w  5 bdrm. house, W. Sechelt,  $950fmo, avail. Oct. 1.8854535.  M8w  Waterlront suite Selma Park, 2  bdrm, $700/mo, avail. Oct. 1.  926-3991. ��38w  Roberts Creek new 3 bdrm. house,  very spacious, 5 appl, close to  fishing, gotf 8 lerry, N/S, N/P, asking $1100/mo. 8850128.   M8w  2 bdrm house, Fircrest, $750/mo.  866-7261. M8cn  2 bdrm basement suite, n/s, n/p,  available Oct. 1, W. Sechelt, $550  incl utilities. 8854100 or 1*275*  0282. 83801  Convenient location - across  Irom Trail Bey Mall. 3 bdim house,  w/d, nice yard, parking in back,  $850.885-7161 after 5 pm. ��38cn  Waterlront 1 bdrm cabin, Lee Bay.  Fridge, stove, electric heat, laundry, n/s, avail, now. $400/mo +  rJamar^der**s��.883*9446.i38cn  New 2 level townhouse, Ebbtide  St., Sechelt, avail. Sept. 15, 2  bdrm, 2 1/2 baths, FP, single  gsrsge, n/s, n/p. $800/mo. 885-  ,4421. i38cn  i Clean bright 2 bdrm suite, view,  "private entrance and deck, walk to  ferry, n/s, n/p, refs. req. 866*7490.  ���380-1  5 bdrm house near ferry  3 bdrm duplex, School Rd,  3 bdtm duplex. View. $850.  toMks  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  2 bdrm lower level ol house, newly  painted, l/p, greet view, w/d, quiet  neighbourhood. Avail. Oct. 1, rets,  req. $575. Sieve 255*9924.13801  2 bdrm upper level of house, newly  painted, hardwood doors, f/p, deck  w/outstsnding view, w/d, quiet  neighbourhood. Avail. Sept. 15 or  Ocl. 1. Rets req. $7257mo. Steve  255-9924. ��38cn  Avail, immed, 2 bdrm newly renov.  mobile home, 12x56, $500. N/P.  #191416 Not* Rd. 886-9581.  ���38cn  Drop ott your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  h-i Pender Harbour  "A Friendly People Pleoe"  Waiertront, lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm  apt, $675/mo; 1 bdrm apt,  $460/mo. 886-9150 after 4 pm.  8860949. ��39cn  Beautilul Roberts Creek watertront,  large two bdrm home, $800.885-  7665. ���36cn  3 bdrm house with 4 appl,  $450/mo. Madeira Paik. 883-1132.  ���38oi  Large bachelor suite, private  entrance, f/p, marvelous view,  adull oriented, laundry facilities  ind. Avail. Oct. 1.886O990.��38cn  Lower Gibsons, view house to  share with you and your spouse,  Iriend, or child. Owner sbsent  much of the time. 3 bdrm 1 den,  w/d. 886*7286. M8cn  One and two bdrms available In  Davis Bay home. Ideal for student  or single parent. 685*7233. ��37oi  Granlhams Landing beach cabin,  furnished accommodation for two  persons only. Shod term per day  or week. 838*9238. ��37w  Gibsons ocean view 3 bdrm. main  floor home, F/P, sundeck, N/S,  $700/mo, 6864773, M7w  1 Mrm. basement suite in family  home avail. Oct. 2, ground level  separate entry. Lower Gibsons,  laundry hookup, utils. incl. refs.  req, N/S, NO, $525.686-7696.  M7W  One bdrm apt, Gibsons. Lovely  view from big bay window over*  lokklng marina. Brighl 8 sunny,  new kitchen, bathroom, laundry.  Quiet secure building. S650/mo.  The Westport 888*3420.   M7cn  New execulive home In Sechelt, 3  bdrm + bonus room, 2-csr gsrsge,  2 1/2 balhs, 5 appl, gas t/p, n/p,  refs req. Appointment only. Avail.  aa.1-813IXTiim8tl6-ll039.M7cn  3 bdrm. rancher, Gibsons, 2 yis.  dd, 4 appis, doss to school and  mall, $800. Avail. Oct. 1.624*9422.  ���38*   Hopkins waterfront, 2 bdtm. cottage unfurnished w/sppl, dose to  ferry, pref. 1 yr. lease, rels,  $eO0/mo, 685-1910, MBw  ROBERTS CREEK  2 bdrm home, veiy dean and carpeted throughout, 5 appl, rec room,  l/p, 11/2 baths, garage plus workshop and carport. N/P. N/S. Rels  req. $800/mo long term, avail.  knmed. 8850554 or 1*4350189.  13701   In need ol affordable housing?  Please fill oul applications at  Sschslt Town Hsll or Gibsons  Town Hall. For lurthsr Wormstlon  please csll 685*7860.      M7cn  2 housekeeping rooms ��� 1 St  $225/mo and 1 al $280/mo. Avail.  Sept. 1.6860539. M6w  1 bdrm. fireplace, skylight, mountain view, avail, knmed, $500/mo.  t ulils. 6880539. ��36w  Lower Gibsons, 3 lg. bdrms, F/P  ' W/D, F/S, newly painted, $800/mo.  9480384, M6w  3 bdrm. waterfront cottage,  Redrooffs Rd, avail. Sept. 15-May  15, $550/mo. N/P or smokers.  John Carter 885*2604.      M6w  Fully lurnished 2 bdrm. condo al  Secrel Cove, avail. Sept. 15 or  Oct. 1,$650/mo. 9260184. M6w  3 bdrm. t den, Roberls Creek on  acreage, w/D, F/S7D, $900/mo.  885*5728. Mft��  W. Sechelt, dean, bright 1 bdim.  suite, F/S, neer store, laundry, bus,  N/P, N/S, lets req. Suit single  working person, svail. Sept. 1,  $50O/mo, 885*9810, M8w  Above ground new 1 bdrm suite  suitable for single n/s person, 1  min. to ferry. $49Smo. 6860474.  ���3601  2 bdrm. house, Roberts Creek,  $800/mo. 885*3848. M7w  Newly decorated mobile home on  view lot in Selma Vista Park. 2  large bdrms, utility room with W/D,  deck, no pets, $545/mo. lease  avail. 6650898. M7w  Specious 2 bdim. beach house on  Selma Park waleilront, avail. Oct.*  June, Idesl lor 2 persons.  $7007mo. refs. req. 885*7238.  M7w  Sechelt/Sandy Hook. Brand new  waiertront home, upper two floors,  2 bdrm, 2 full bathrooms, appis,  $650*110.1-2660419.      Mftel  2 bdrm side by side sm. duplex  close to school snd shopping,  $475 +ulil. 432*9879 Slter 6 pm.  ���3601  Shared accommodation, Roberts 3 bdrm house, large deck, newly  Creek, waterfront, acreage. $250/ -(novated, Gibsons. $750/mo.  mo. 666*7774. M7cn    Contact Kan886O901.    M6cn  NEW APTs ON WHARF ROAD  Two bedroom with bslcony, 4  appl., laundry room 1 security  door. Three available. $800/mo  plus utilities. Rets. req. 6854103,  ���3601  Has your body become a toxic  waste dump? Read-CLEAR  BODY, CLEAR MIND* by  L.Ron Hubbard. To order  call: 681-9121, 401 Wast  Hastings, Vancouver, B.C.  Small trailer, suitable 1 adull,  Cedars Trailer Court. 8850313.  ���3701  Avail. Immed, modem 3 bdrm.  duplex, 21/2 balhs, 6 appl, good  Gibsons location neer shopping,  schools N/P, refs. req, $800/mo.  685*9540, M7w  Sandy Hook, small 2 bdrm. Sept.  15, $550/mo. 885-7719.     M7w  2 bdrm. trailer, W/D, Cedars Trailer  Court. 8650313. ��37w  Waterfront Pender Harbour, 3  bdrm. house, laundry, oil/wood,  N/S, avail. Oct. 1, $650/mo. 883-  9446. M7w  Handle Stress gain control  over the Reactive Mind. Read  the book -DIANETICS' by  L.Ron Hubbard $7.50.  Hubbard Dianetics Foundation, 401 W. Hastings, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1L5. 681-  Hopkins Ldg. waterlront house.  Easy walk to lerry, 3 bdim. (or 21  den), 2 baths, N/S, N/P, refs. 888-  89190(1*274*8056. ��37w  3 bdrm duplex on 2/3 acrs,  Roberts Creek. F/P, ensuite, 4  appl. $70O/mo. Also 1 bdrm suile  down, $450/mo. Phone wknds  8688725 or Van. 439*1652.M6cn  Gibsons, 620 Mountainview. 3  bdrm, 3 appl, 1 yr. old duplex,  $750/mo. 886*9854.        H7cn  1 bdrm collage, Redrooffs Rd. N/s  N/P. $575/mo. plus utilities. Avril.  Sept. t. 885*5870. M601  2 bdrm mobfe kid adrJtkxi, fenced 2 bdrm Statna Park charmer, view,  yard,w/d,Gibsons.Aval.Sept. 15.   refs,$585.Sept. 1.2240772.  $500.6860013. M7cn ��36cn  MAHSTATt  NELSONrSkl,vVhltewater*5  miles from each. Lighted  groomed X-country track 7  yr. old 4,000+ sq.ft. wooded  setting, waa run as B8B  $365,000. No sganta  (604)352*9150.  SIX IN ONE Gravel ready mix  rentals, landfill showing 1 Million Income plus 110 acres  subdlvldable, 80 In gravel,  balance A.LR. All this tor  $1,400,000. $400,000down,  balance 6% Interest.  Tradaland Realty, 3410  Coldstream Ave., Vernon,  B.C. 1*6460328,1*8420712  Evas. Cellular 1*549-0356.  Henry Dssnoysr,  melHAalOMIHtOPtMTV  B.C. Land. For Sale by  Owner, 100 Properties.  Oceanfront, Lakefront,  Streams, Ranchland located  throughout B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  available. Free brochure.  Nlho Land 6 Celts Company  433-5545,  SERVICES  Time for a Change!  Our new classified ad  deadline is  Thursdays at 5 p.m.  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline on  ThuTaSdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in the  "Too Late to Classify"  category until the  following issue.  Major ICBC motor vehicle In*  jury claims. Joel A. Wener-  trial lawyer tor 24 years. Cal  tm: 1000065-1138. Con  teea available.  tlngency lee  Simon, Wener  8Adtor.  NETWORK CLASSHTED  ADS  Place your ad In over 100  newapapera lor only  $225. For mors Information call: (604)66BO222. Coast News, September 6, 1993 17  Downtown Sechelt house. New  throughout, 4 appl, F/P, ideal lor  couple or prolessional wilh in-  home olfice. Avail. Sept. 1. 685-  4741. 136*  Avail, immed, almosl suite, prelerred professional single lemale,  NTS, NfP, Ref.��), $380/mo. bid.  ulils 89881)20 or 025O728.M6W  Qlbeons 1 bdrm. suite avail. Sept.  1, also bachelor suits svail.  tinned, 888*8376, S38w  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500,688*7018 ti  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio ��  skylight. Utilities not Incl.  $550fmth. 886*7018. tfn  Qlbsons - recently dscotatsd  homs wArlew of marine, 2 bdims,  avail. Oct. 1, $900/mo. plus utHs.  8980612 Sit. 5pm. *38w  1 bdrm. suits, lower Qibsons,  dean 8 brighl, Iridge, stove, W/D,  F/P, avail. Oct. l,$475/mo. 886-  7867.  ���36cn  Robeits Creek low bank Waterfront property, two bedrooms,  $1,100 per month.  Two bedioom side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom apartment, central,  tent Includes heal and hoi water,  $525.  Spacious three bedroom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sept. 1. $1,250.  COMMERCIAL  1600 sq. ft. warehouse snd olfice  space, Qlbsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  Sechelt Commercial. 1300 sq. ft,  $875 per monlh.  Wllion Creek. 2,500 up to 10,000  sq.ft. $800 per sq.ft.  ORANT REALTY LTD.  tfn  Fully furnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  fiom Qlbsons Yacht Club 8 Madia. 8660343. Hn  Immac. 2 bdim. townhouse, view,  Sechelt, avail. Sept. I, SOOCVmo.  2 bdrm. 4 appl, waking distance  lo Sechelt, avail. Sept. l,$B5<Vmo.  1bdrm. fumfthed, view apart. Joky  Roger, WO/mo.  UDft 11a nil all faWinartii  iwi 9 atcnwi rropwiy  Person lor occasional care and  feeding ol nine year old boy while  father la working off cosst. Your  placs or mins. Rate neg. 886-  7358,8860196 leave message.   HBw  Required stall F/T tor pm shift,  with experience and/or training  woiking with mentally challenged  adulta. Valid DL and First Aid  needed. Phone Sherole 886-3217.   Mfcn  Project Psrent Sunshine Cosst  requires an interim Counsellor 25-  30 hows psr week. Ability to provide individual and/or family counselling; to assess presenting problems, Identity Individual and/or  lamily needs snd develop goals.  Anger management and grief/loss  work an asset. May involve group  work and some evsnlng work  required. Must be able to work wtlh  a broad range ol people m a variety ol dmerem situations. AbMlty to  work independently and as a lesm  member, writs reports snd liaise  with venous community agencies.  Education: Training In Family Systems. Bachslois In applicable area  prelerred. Please submit resume  by Sept. 26,1993 to:  Coordinator, Project Parent  P.O. 1069, Sechett, BC VON SAO  M6cn  Experlencad motivated fair stylist  required lor a very busy salon in  Golden.BC. Guaranleed wages.  Contact Faye al 6040440413.  ���37w  I  L'Ecole Passe-Partout - wanted:  Playgroup supervisor fluent in  French, two mornings per week.  ECE or pre-school teaching experience. For detailed information  caH 8850855 (mess.) Application  closing dste Sept. 13. Avons  besoin d'un(e) animateur (trice)  pour jardin d'enlants. Dolt avoir  une bonne maiirise du Francais.  Deux avant-midi par aemaine.  ECE ou experience d'enesigne*  ment su rxe-scolalre retail. Pour  plus tfinformalions, telephoner au  685-5855 (message) veuillez  paser voire candidature, avant le  l3Septembre. M6w  30x22 heated workshop, 10 ft ailing, central Sechelt. 8854804.  ���37w  OFFKE SPACE FOR RENT  Two offices at Rockwood Centre  available October 1st to non-profit  groups wanting private, quiet  space In a ftienrjy, co-operative  ambiance. $200 aid $230 kidudee  heat and light. Phone 685*2522*  30X10 WORKSHOP  Close to Gibsons. 2 bey workshop  that may ba rented In hall or full.  Use for storage, small business,  or? 6664490, 8n  Storefront relail space for rent,  1150 sq. ft. at $12/sq. fl. In  SecheH avail. Sepl 1, brand new  butting. 885-8417. M6w  For Rant - Seamount Industrial  Paik, kghl industrial, seivice commercial, up to 2,000 sq fl, 10'cat*  ing, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886*2663 days, 886*9075  eves.         tin  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, waddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. ��n  Gmtoni Landing  Professional Bkta.  TIT Wtrnflt da-keen* a*<*  Furn. office and conference  room with oceanview tor rent  on a daily basis. Located naaar  marina and poet olfice. Full  aecretarial and admin.  aervlees available for Into  call Be. al $U-UtO er  taata 1 Hlmtm (mrm).  Home Service:  -tm VERSATILE  ^SE^TR/OTORCo.  * Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  �� Motorized screen  for topsoil  * Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  John Harrison  886-4859  Audiotape transcription. Word processing. 665*9419. M7w  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guetsnteed work. Call  Richard. 886-0962. ��38cn  DOWN TO  EARTH  QsrtJenlng Swvtcsi  We specialize In  working with people.  Kathryn MusmIIs  885-3458  Shirlo House deaning. We aim to  meet your needs. 6964814 J37cn  BOOTH DEC0RA1MG  Rrsf Class* Decorators  ��� kmrlor 6 Exterior Paining  Paper Hanging  "-Tixlurti  Wood Graining  ttartan  Grounds mainlenance, window  dewing, dump runs. Casual/regular basis. Rob 8860822. Reliable  relerences. M7cn  F/T dishwasher, 4:30 to 9:00 pm.  Pleese call 886*9219.       ��36w  Caretaker for marine park on  Keats Island Ocl. to March. Cabin  and boat supplied. Minimal dutlea  and income. 666O015.     M8w  Supplement your income* work as  little or as much as you want-lots  of benefits. 8850472.      Mfcn  Busy salon looking for qualified  hairdresser. 886-2121, ask lor  James.          ffn  Turn over a new leal...become a  Totally Tropical sales consultant  aid start earning F/T Income urtiile  working P/T hours Sel a product  that sets Itself. Call Joyce tor more  details ��1O04465*5775 (coked).  M6w  New China Kitchen is now hiring  wallers/waitresses. Please apply ki  tfn  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  ���^OCustom Framing  ���Stairs' ^~-J(j(  ���Wood Siding^ W  883-9775  Pressure wsshlng 8 roto tilling,  'desonable rates. 686-7116.��36w  Hiab Stinger Service 8860962.  M6w  111 YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sotariums. No job too small. Bill al  896*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977*  6502. Itn  Drop otl your .������  COAST NEWS  .  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  m Pander Herbeur  "A Friendly Pant* Fleet"  $5000/mo potential tight in your  community wtti corpaite suppled  leads to our national clients. Abo  leaking service personnel. Call  Penny at 532*0099. Interviews this  weak. *  Irvines Landing marina 8 pub,  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 663*1145. ��n  Licensed realtor or mortgage broker required for local brokerage  poafton. Progressive snd expanding company. Commission only.  Great income potential. Contact  Ms Fiona Wong 1000-2660643.  Mfcn  Relief stall for daycare. E.C.E.  training rxelerred.8B6-7648.M8cn  Gen. labourer ��� house building  rerjuired. Must drive, wiring experiences plus. 6854268.      M7w  Love to bake? All Babas Caie  needs part time help. Apply in person Gibsons Paik Plazs.   M7W  STYLIST WANTED lor busy well  eataUished hair salon. Csl Oeniaa  666-3816 Mfcr  Public person, 15-30 hrs. par  week, willing to leem sales, lorms,  stock handing, flint, to start. Boa  99, Granthams Laming, VON 1X0.  tfn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The StoryTelllng Festival needs  volunteers with basic (list aid training to assist them Oct. 10; the  Salvation Army needs a driver tor  lurniture pickup, truck and gas pro-  vkted; Fan Fair society needs helo;  a woodworking inductor Is needed to share skills with a seniors  group In Davis Bay, Thurs. 1*  2:30pm; tha Celebrity Dessert  Auction needs volunteers. For  these and more opportirttlee con-  tad the Volunteer and IntormaliOn  rankest 895-5881. M8w  Travel Consultant  A growing travel agency requires  sn experienced consultant. Must  be a 'team player.' Please send  mums to P.O. Box 359, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0. ��n  Robeils Creak Legion requires  door person lor most Fri. 6 Sat.  evenings. Call Dave at 886*9984  after 6pm. In  Part time bakery helper needed.  Bakery, cake decorating, experience needed. Dulles will include  donut trying, packaging, customer  service and cake decorating. Apply  in parson at SuperValu bakery,  Thurs. I Fri., Aug. 5 8 6, 9am-  1pm.      *  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Cal for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 823-2360  ext.A74. Hn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Gusrsnteed  Work. Free estimates. 865-2109.  tfn  HOMEOWNERS  HELKINI  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  You name Ul  AU pio|ects considered.  Fret estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  POR IS YEARS  lenovationi* Sundecks  Carports ���Besements  A mere  Quaranleed prlcei  8 workmanship  iOI ��������������� 3S7  35   Business &  Home Servic  KELLY'S  ��� Sqaktaataaaphc  ��� Best ndse oaths  Bh.8S6-.B62  aiWSMIaaytana  LAWN ANO GARDEN  Specializing In gardening and  lewn maintenance  - Pruning -Trtsmnlng- Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commercial J Residential  886O160lv.mess.  tfn  HANOYMAN SERVICES  Reliable 8 prompt. Broad range ol  experierce. No |ob too small.  Seniors rates. Lv. massage.  Mdaol 665-5495. Mfcn  Man avail, plumbing, carpenter.  Pager 1979*1528; telephone 866-  8292. MBw  Rubbish Reraovsl yard cleanup,  light moves, odd lobe, quick friendly service. 885-9894, 328-1011  cel. ��41w  Need your house cleaned? Reliable woman available. Good rels.  8860314. #3701  Female heallh care worker will  provide dally, overnight or live-in  care for elderly or disabled. 13 yrs.  geriatric experience. Phone 886-  4683. M7W  Avail, for small drywall and taping  lobs, exp'd. Call Alan 885*7080.  M7w  For hire non union carpenter, carpenter's helper snd labourer. 886-  0735 IB7W  Light hauling, yard 6 basement  dean up, seniors discount. Norm  ���3701  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates,  Iree estimates, no job Im small or  too large. Bruce 8850576     Hn  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, film prices Joe 686-9257  MBw  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8850917. tfne  Tha Kinderstop licenced daycare  ki Hallmoon Bay will be taking tat  registration throughout the month  ol Aug. This daycare service is  only for children enroled in kindergarten. Please call 685*0845 or  8850739 for further into.    136*  HOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos-school age.  Fun-Hied caring environment, with  trained stall. 686*3913.    ��37w  Needed lor 2 girls, my home, 3  days per week, rels. req. 886-  7m MBw  Spaces still avail, lor Nine-Three-  Sevan Alter School Child Care at  St. Baits church hall, North Rd. I  Hwy. 101,3O:30pm 886*2064 or  686-7118. Hn  PIKED TO SELL  Established business downtown  Sechell, immediate profit return.  Call Lynda 885*5186.       MBw  For Rent  INTERIOR ANO EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free eslimates. Relerences  666-3463. ths  H:  Colour  editorial _  department'  In Gibsons  0(886*2622  orlnSecMt  ot 885*3930  CULTURED MARBLE  Jelled bathtubs, sinks, baits and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883*  2878. tin  General labourers, rool repair, window washing, yaid care, rubbish  removal. Seniots 10% discount,  free estimates. Call Grant or me  MUcn  HONOA POWER PRODUCTS  SHUSOVARNA  FOREST A OAROEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garten  Dealerships  available for Sechell  CalOorhnat  Tideline Marine  885-4141  ScRWUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Waterlront 2 bdrm. lumished cottage, oil and wood haat, adults  only, N/P, cable included, avail.  Ocl. 3, $600/mo. 8860645 or 436-  3843. M8w  Oct. 1 - 2 bdrm. ensuite, view  suite, lower Gibsons, laundry,  $750rmo. utils extra. 866*2568  ���sew  Spacious 3 bdim. townhouae, Mo  F/B, re-room, view, 4 appis.. Oct.  1.1850/1110.866-3484.      I38w  Saehelt 1 bdrm. euns, biand new,,  very private, W/D, single proles-'  Sonal, $550. Call B85-7161.MBW  Retired and bored? You can  enhance your health and asm  extra income. 8850472.    M7w  I an a 49-year-old executive and  professional engineer with 27  yean ol sound managerial experience. I enjoy working with a team  and lave extensive excellence In  the design, construction and operations management ol major projects. I am well accustomed to  dealing with all levels of government and have recently completed  the permitting process tor a residential development in the Lower  Mainland.  While living in West Vancouver at  present, my wlte snd I will become  permanent residents of Pender  Harbour next Spring.  It is my hope to work wWi and possibly invest in, sn established firm  with potential for growth on the  Sunshine Coast. At this stage I do  not wish to limit my choice of  future endeavours to any particular  line of business. Instead, I look forward to considering all possibilities, before selecting a new career.  I enjoy hard work aid a challenge  and would be available to assume  new responslblities In the Fall of  this year.  Should my plans and experience  be consistent wilh your requirements, I may be contacted by telephone (921-7267) or FAX (921-  72S4) to arrange a meeting. A  detailed resume and excellenl references are available upon  M7w  Moving sale, 1435 Gower Pt. Rd,  Sat. 6 Sam., Sept. 11412,10am*  2pm. M6w  For Sale  Baby's crib 8 mattress Including  bedding, $75 firm; playpen, $20.  866-3107. M8w  Moving sste ��� 3/4 size msltrass ��  box ipring, $125; HD washer.  dryer, ss nsw, POO pr.; portable  diihwssher, $75; Speed Quean  lrenar,$6O;2Sn0ebaosl$25and  $40; lge. 2-pce. sectional, $350.  686*2223. ��38w  1 yr. Kenmore apl. sz. dryer, Iks  new, $200 obo. 686*3484. MB*  PAINTING PROFESSIONAL  30 yeais experience. Residential,  Oximerdal. 888*2489 Mar 6pm.   M8w  Htsaa Cleaning  2 mature 6 relabto IxMadeanais  Janice 8860302- Helen 6860676  ���38*  ChMCan  awntaNOTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  Ucaneed (acuity and staff wHI provide lun, stmxiatmg activities and  outings. Agss 18 months I up.  Lower Grbeona. LSa 886-2203.  M8w  71 Volkswagen Beetle, Ught Hue,  new brakes, tuns good, some met,  $7Xob0.686*2746evei. M8w  1974 Volvo, rebuilt motor, new  exhaust, clutch, $1850 obo. 883-  9690 Mfcr  1977 Lincoln Mark V w/propane,  runs good, $1750 obo. 883-9590.  H8w  1975 Vegs, good cond., 54,000  miles, new tires, $650.883*1141.  M9w  Trucks  75 Dodge 1 ton 318,4 sp., new  dutch, good running cond., $2000  or trade tor car ot equal value.  866*0969. ��38w  I am no longer responsible for any  debts Incurred other than by  myself, Aims Page. DaM August  2,1993. ���36cn  I am no longer responsible tor any'  debts Incurred other than by  myself, George W. Page. Dated  Augu* 2,1993. M6cn  Great business opportunity. Local  Dial-a-Bottle business for sale.  Call 8888005 after 5pm lor more  Info. M7cn  Smal affordable Iranctvse. House  sitting and pat care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 865*2228.  SSNSw  Brighten  Someone's Day...  (or rain on their parade)  wtth  21 It. X 8 Mm. Deep V  hui, LapstiAe design, $2500 obo.  685*1836. HBw  Classic 25 ft. Owens, handiman's  cruiser, 350 Volvo, f/w cooling,  new batteries, VHF sounder,  mahogany Lapstraka over oak,  sleeps 4, Sports Yak dinghy,  extras Requires work. $5000 obo.  893*9298 eves. Mfcr  Classified Ads  For 17JO,  avjdth-  -is*  BCf Skuwul  -fmmmm>_ngr_msMssi.  886-2622 or 885-3930"  DISTRICT OF SECHELT  LOCAL  IMHIOVIIMNTt  NOTIdOF  INTINTION  Ae required by Section  " ���" ��������������� Mlllrrinl ftf  Notice la hereby givsn  that ths Council ol ths  District ol Sechelt Intenda  to undertake ths paving  of tha following mads sa  separale Local Improvs-  msnt Projects:  1.  Locotton  Havies Road -390  metres eaal of Gear Road  $25,920.00  PropMty Owntre Shcra  90%  at  Chapman Road-366  metres east ol Laurel Road  Estimated Coat  $21,375.00  Propwty Owntrt 8hvt  90%  The cost will be financed  over ten (10) years and  apportioned on tha basis  ol a Irontags tax. Notices  wlllbemslledtoeach  property owner  specilying the taxable  Irontags ol tha parcel,  the total estimated  annual charge and the  commuted value ot the  charge.  Unless within one mot*  ol this Notice, a mslorlty  ol the owners  representing st least 1/2  olthsvskissotths  parcels to be specially  charged under each local  Improvement project,  petition Council NOT to  proceed, the work ntB bs  undertaken as a Local  Improvement.  Dated this 7th day of  September, 1983 st  Sechelt, B.C.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clerk  BmMiCokjmbtari ���  ���AaUfc  Children's Hospital  Putting sm*  back where they belong. ,  Mother of 2 will do childcare In  comfortable, sale environment.  References CU Uss 6860055.   Mfcn  Careglving babysitter, willing to  babysit child 2 yrs. or older in  Cedar Grove area. refs. avail. 886*  090O MBw  Mother of 1 willing to pioviae childcare in Wilson Creak home. 885-  0622. MBw  Daycare close to Hallmoon Bay  School. Full ime, part Urns, after  school, any age, babes welcome.  Gaye 885*5208. M8w  LANGOALE DAYCARE  Applications now being taken for  spaces avail, for newly licensed  family daycare in Sept. Large,  bright facility win be well equipped,  with mature, well-experienced  staff. Open 6 am* 6:30 pm to meet  the needs ol working commuters.  686*7648. ��38cn  Experienced caregiver, my bright  happy home, first-aid, TLC, ref's.  6884527. M6cn  . Babysitter required, 2 children,  Mon.-Thurs., 6:30-2:30. Rett req.  8854816 M8w  Opening 7 days a week starting  Sepl 7, licensed Kiddie Cal Daycare. Trained staff, near W.  Sechelt school. 685*7759. M8w  Teddy Bear Daycare m Davis Bay  has spaces lor 3*5 yr. olds and  alter school age children. Call 885*  2721. M8w  Daycare available evenings, weekends and shift work. 886*8905  anytime. M8w  Exp., responsible cars tor your It-  tie one(s) in my safe, comtottable  home. Lots of TLC, toys and nutritional food. Refs. avail. Reason*  sole raise, llexible hours.  1664227. 13701  Responsible mother oft looking to  care for up to 2 children In my  home, Mon.-Fri. (days). Safe, fun  playroom aval, along with snacks  and nutritious lunches. Rets aval.  Brenda 8850483. MBw  Tha Halfmoon Bay Child Care  Cenlre is now accepting tai registration throughout ths month of  Aug. tor cNUnn aged 18 mos. - 5  years. Registration tor aged 6 to  12 years wi take place at the Half*  moon Bay Ctidcare Centre on Friday, Aug. 27, Mon. Aug. 30 and  Friday, Sept. 10 from 1pm until 5  pm. Please csll 8850739 lor further information.  The O.O.F. Summer Fun program  will Mih on Tues Aug. 31 snd the  Kndetdub, and cut-of-sched programs wi Sari up again on Monday, Sept. 13. M8w  Notice Board J��  Ongoing events asset be sedated monthly  We reserve lhe right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit eveou  of genuine community Interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER S  Olrl Guides of Canada Elphlnatone  Dislricl, Roberta Creek (Pine Rd. to  Camp Olave ONLY). REglitralion tw elite  age 5-15. Roberta Creek Communily Dae  Room, 6:30*7:30 pm. Al girls Interested  In Pathllndara In the Qlbeone-Roberte  Creek area to register al Dale lime also.  Into: 685*2��eo.  Elphlnatone Electors Aeseelatlon  general meeting, 7:30 pm, Elphlnetone  Communily Centre (Chaster Rd.). All  Elphlnatone residents welcome and  urged to attend.  White Cane Club monthly masting, 1:30  pm, Davla Bay Community Hall. Into:  886-2703.  Suneoaat Writers' Pores wa open Iheir  ���taaon with a Potluck Dinner 6  Orientation, 8:30 pm, Rockwood Cenlre,  Sechell. New members and Interested  participants welcome. The Writers' Forge  meeta monthly lo encourage good  writing, hear speakers and leam horn one  another during workshops. Info: Jan  DaQrtsa, 886*4692.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER S  St Mary's Hotpltal Auxiliary, Sechelt  branch, meeta at 1:30 pm, St. Hilda's  Church Hal.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10  Storytelling Festival volunteer  orlentallon/party lor those already  involved and thoee interested In loaning.  Come find oul whal It'a all aboull  Refreshments served. 5:30 pm,  Rockwood Cenlre basement. Into: Joan,  886*6622.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  S.C. Pall Pah, Kinsman Hall, Dougall  Park. Encourage thoee tomatoes A  pumpklna, lake Ihoae photographs.  Helpers 8 judges needed. Regieter lor  craft space now. Into: MSOOM.  Semen, Cube 6 Seouta registration lor  Seohelt end Weet Sechell groups, 10 em-  !pm, Till Bey Mell.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER M  Friends et Sm Seohelt Public Ukran  present the Inaugural HELEN DAWE  LECTURE, lo be given by Howard While,  entitled the Importance of Regional  Culture. . pm, SI. Hlda'e Church Hal.  Refreshments. Tickets $5 at Talewind  Books. All proceed! lo Sechelt Public  ' Ubrary.  Ik****  meeting, 1:90 pm, H  Bay. Into: 8888888,  1:30pm. rartdawdCentra, Davie     -6860600.  SuneNne Coaet Peaee Group mealing,  7:38 pm, Roberta Creek School library.  Everyone le welcome.  M8CELUWE0U8  Quay Worha Qtlltry preaenla  AefbcSm by Lyal Naneon, an exhMt ol  watercolour paintings. Through Sept. 14.  Hunter Oakery pressnts landscapes and  crafts by Marilyn Rutedgo. Through Sepl  Sunahlne Ceael Arte Centre: Mona  Hamlll'a Dreerrllgere, figurative tnd  landecapo pak.ungs ol exploratory lorm  and monumental scale. Through Sepl.  12,10 am4 pm, Tuee-Sat 1*4 pm, Sun.  Elphinstone Pioneer Mueeum. 716  Winn Rd., aerate Irom Poel Ollice,  Qlbeons. Dlipltyt art contltnlly  changing. Whttlehtlr tcctttlblt.For  hours ol opening or to book t tour MS*  8232.  Ptndtr Harbour Aquatlo 6 Pltneee  Centre. Tht ctntrt rtopene Stt., Sept.  11, 2-4 pm lor program rtglatrtllon  Including Htnesa, swim lessons, swim  teem, synchro, yoga, adapted equates,  llleaavlng/llleguerdlng, lit aid, CPR,  RLSSC Instructor, weight training, shl-  ttxu, gymnastlet t dtnet. Bring your  ttddy beer to tie Teddy Bear* pier* A  ewlm lor Ime. There wl alao bt garnet 8  print. Into: (130142.  Ptrent-Tot   Drop-In   6   Summer  Adventurae *M: tht Parent-Tot Drop-In  ki Stchtk . Wlton Creek It doted end  will re-open lhe Hrtt avttk ol October.  Inio: Kartn Scotl, 1860846 or  Community Son/teat, 185-8881.  ChM Httlth CSntee m Qibeone Sept. 7.  14, 21 8 21 with an extra CHC Sept.  27.lnSeche��Sepl. 1,8,15,22 A 20 wt*  in txlra CHC Sept. 14. In Ptndtr  Harbour Sept. 9,16 6 23.  Tuberculin Skin Tatting 8 TraveHart  Clinks In Qlbaona and Stchtlt on  Mondayt, Stpt. 13, 20 6 27 with  TraveJtre Onto only on Thuredtyt, Sepl.  2,9,16,23 6 30, Traveler! Clnfc only In  Stent* on Wedntedtyt, Sept I. 8, IS,  22A2S.  IWfpnM I OUR PnOfW 5H. RHfyl nOMMi  switchboard, S85-2224.  Parents Baby Diup hi. mttt alter par*  ante A discuss common eonoerns.  Tuetdtya, 1:160:30 pm, 484 8. Ftoichtr  Qlbtont tnd Wtdnttdayt, 10:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, SaachtH 36  School Entry Botetaw CSnteai a booet-  tls le Important lor children entering  echool. Qfeeone, SS6OS00. Stchtk, 815-  5164. 38  Breeet Stll-Extm Cllnlt: second  Monday of tech monti, 70 pm, Obttnt  Httlth Ctntre^Eriquirltepletet ctll  Derate Otttn (inklwet), BSSOB47.    ss  TUESOAYS  "Living With Canter- Support Qroup  mtttt tvtry olhtr Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Dtvfc Bty, t pm Info MS-SMI  orMSOMS.  WEDNESDAYS  toundwiWB) Chofut uno*v ���** -Jftdtofi  tai Unrau wl btgki Dt Ml season  ; Wed. wet 7-10 pm. Newmtnv  olChryttal Unrau wW begin He Weeaeon  Ttpl. 15: Wed. evee 7-10 pit "  :Pam,M5-7502.   M  Sept.  , 9:30-11:30  am ttreugh Nov. 24, Stchtlt Ail Cents  studo M let Into: M50516. 38  Staler Pilellns Qroup (my madia)  begin Sept. 15,1-4 pm, Senior Centre,  M  _ _ Society dtnet  tuditions, I pm. Cottt Actdtmy ol  Dtnet, Wharf St., Stohta kilo: 685*7503.  MONOAY, SEPTEMBER II  S.C. Spmntre S Wtavtra QuM monthly  Phont lor tppoMmtnt In Qibeone MS-  MOO, Stchtk 665*5184  Prenatal Cleetee: Next Etriy Cleat It  Stat 7,70 pm kl Qfeeone tnd Oct 5 In  Sechelt. Next Ltlt Cltte Strltt com-  mtneet Sepl. 21, 21 A Oct. 5, Qlbsons  HttMi Centre. To regieter, et* SM-MOO  (Qlbtont) or MS-SIS4 (Stchtlt).  Register etriy -dtaeee III up quickly.  Stnglt 6 PrtgnantT Cel tbe Hetkh Un*    _....j beghe Stpt I, 7:300:30  pm, Frank Weal Community Yam Room,  Fkehal, Chteler Rd., Qfetene. Me: MS*  3742. IS  THURSDAYS  IC't Welehl Lata Support arose  mtttt rittmoont 12:30*2:30pm, ctl MS-  2182. and evenings 6:30-��:00pm, ctl  816-7168. al tht Unlltd Chureh,  Olttdord Rd., Otoeont.  Naadtoarte Support Oroup, 7:300:30  pm tareugh Nov. 25, Sechelt Art Ctnlra  tkidto. ISftt. Into: M5-2SH M  Birth Control CHnle, Cotsl-Qtrlbtldl  Httlth Unil, 484 8. Flttchtr, 74 pm.  ConMental eervtos - everyone weloome.  No tppoMmtnt nttdtd. Mo: 185*7770.  SATURDAYS  Old growth Tours ol lie Caren Rengt  throughout July, August A Stpltmbtr.  Mttt it Wildlife Rthtb Ctntrt, Trout  Lake Road, Htlmoon Bty, 11 im to oai-  pool 4x4t or trucke or to oak* t renltd  vin. For mora Into: Frltnde ol Caren,  M5*239e(meet.).  FREE���   FREE  <fr  DIRECT DISPOSAL  lirovld** Ntll s��rvtc* to  non-profit community ovnnta  SIRVING   THE   SUaMSHIIME   COAST  PHONE   NORM   On' 18        Coast News, September 6, 1993  news  i  Facing death's moral dilemma  from page 1  Still others feel a moral dilemma, that people  don't have the right to take another life,  regardless of the reasoning.  Royle isn't about to say any of these opinions  are wrong but does herself believe there are situations that warrant euthanasia - both for the sick  and/or elderly pet and the stray, unwanted animal.  It's the latter category that causes the real difficulty for her.  In Whiiehorse, she remembers frustration arising from euthanising several healthy young,  unwanted strays at the city pound then returning to  her own clinic and dealing with beloved pets  whose prognosis was very poor and whose owners  would be doing all they could to save it even when  they both knew that animal wouldn't make it.  "I'd think - What am I doing? If there was a  score card, I would be down three points this  week."  But, she adds, "what becomes painfully obvious  within a very short time of being in this line of  work is that you cannot find homes for (all the  strays). That's all there is to it.  "1 left (the pound) in tears more than once but  after a while you just have to steel yourself to it.  The reality of the numbers just keep coming at you  and you just can't ignore that.. Where are they all  going to go?"  In BC last year, the provincial branch of the  SPCA reported euthanising 28,649 unwanted animals - the majority, 20,010, were cats.  Royle says much of the problem stems from  public attitudes to pet ownership.  "I'm talking about basic, quality health care for  a pet and that definitely includes having it spayed  or neutered or, if not, keeping it from reproducing  unwanted animals."  Royle says she has chosen to euthanise animals  rather than release them to people who have indicated they wouldn't have their animals neutered: "1  knew I'd just be contributing to the problem.  "I hope (the situation) changes. I wish it would.  But I don't know if it's ever going to change  enough to make the euthanasia of unwanted animals unnecessary.  fWflrWN  'ii_wO  5C  1/  /  JS  Population management and concern over infectious diseases have raised tlte issue of euthanasia at  the Sunshine Coast branch of the Society for tht Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. file photo  Operation of animal shelter, rules of procedure split SPCA board  The good news is the condition of  sick cats at the Sunshine Coast SPCA  shelter is reported to be steadily  improving.  The sad news is the fur is beginning  to fly among the humans at the shelter.  A special general meeting will be  held with all members of the local  SPCA over calls to remove six members of the SPCA board including the  branch president.  According to those who want the  members ousted, the six attempted to  pass, by telephone, a motion that would  set limits on the number of animals at  the shelter, disallow and allow euthanasia of wild cats and kittens and sick animals after 96 hours.  Michelle Leroux, one of four directors responsible for lobbying to remove  the six board members, said the manner  in which that motion was carried out  was not legal, adding society members  at large would have to vote on the  motion in a general meeting. That did  not happen.  "They did not go through any of the  right channels," said Leroux. "No society can be ruled that way. This is an  issue that should be settled by the members."  The six directors in question aren't  taking the issue lightly. They have since  leveled a counter motion calling for the  removal of Leroux as well as three  other directors.  In their defence, president Lenore  Cheesman said the six directors named  in the telephone motion did so out of  expediency. She said by July it was  obvious the cat shelter was going to  have problems due to the large numbers  of animals arriving in all states of  health.  "The members felt the problem was  so acute, they needed to act quickly."  She said there was no time to call for a  general meeting.  In mid-August, five kittens were  euthanised and the cat shelter closed to  adoptions after a series of contagious  viruses infected many of the animals.  Gibsons veterinarian Dr. Joel Born-  stein has recently examined the shelter's cats and says the general population is in good condition.  He said healthy cats from the shelter  are again available for adoption.  As yet, cats are not being taken in by  the facility.  Have you heard...  f ... Daniel's has >  fantastic savings on  lino and carpet roll  ends - and the  selection  is just great!  We're on our way to  Daniel's to save big on hardwood  flooring. Their regular $11.30 tq. ff.  is on sale for only $5.95 sq. ft.  And we can save even more  on in-stock cash & carry!  Did you know  Daniel's carries  Mohawk carpet with  a warranty that's twice  as long as any other  with a total protection,  plan?  We'll take  Advantage of the 3 for 1  deal on Trackless Friozo  carpet, labour & pad  completely installed  for $19.99 sq. yd.  including taxes!  And if we're  not happy for  any reason they  will replace it  free of charge.  lef s do the bathroom  We can have a complete  77 .tq. ft. ceramic tub  enclosure installed in our  choice of tile and grout colours  for only $359.99  including PST & 6STI  We saved thousands  by having Gina, Daniel's  interior decorator, help us do  it right the first time...  and her service was free  with our purchase!  aHHw im jjjJTjjJlf  tm  w  ;?vear��dated1  C   A    m    t��    I   T  Good news travels fast...hurry in!  Ul-fUllfAU    ��/\e    r*.mm V-****.*!*- t%m__\_C    "ll   itn ���-*-'  Highway 101 Gibsons  886-7112


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