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 ��e8-*s*UtiVe u.  P^Uamenc j.,, ���****  Atten ��od Cardf*    V8V^5  93.9  ���  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  August 23,1993 Volume 47 Issue 34  Coast  streams  audited  for logging  damage  by Jane Seyd  The final phase of an audit on streamside  logging practices is now underway on the  Sunshine Coast.  The audit - being completed for the Ministry of Forests by Derek Tripp of Tripp Biological Consultants - examines eutblocks for  compliance with guidelines established in  1988 to protect fish-bearing streams near logging operations.  In 1992, logging companies failed an audit  of 21 eutblocks examined by Tripp on Vancouver Island.  Last fall, an inilial assessment of seven  eutblocks in the Sunshine Coast and forest  district and six in the Squamish district was  completed by another consulting group.  Northwest Hydraulics. But examination of a  further 15 sites - necessary to get a representative sample - was postponed when snowfall  limited access to the eutblocks.  During that first assessment "basically  they didn't find too many problems," said  Tripp.  And with only one or two blocks left to  look at - including one near Gray Creek  which he planned to visit this weekend -  Tripp said he has seen very few stream  impacts which could be directly attributed lo  logging on specific eutblocks.  But that doesn't necessarily mean everything's okay.,,._,*a*-*    ..,.,  One of the difficulties in this kind of audit  is, "I can't look al cumulative logging  impacts... That's a problem wilh the process,"  said Tripp. "Quite often ihe impacts from any  one block are small."  On a par with olher eutblocks he's examined, Tripp said practices on Ihe Sunshine  Coast are "aboul average", though somewhat  better than those he saw on Vancouver Island.  One reason fewer impacts on streams were  observed is Sunshine Coast logging operations take place near fewer of the most important categories of fish-bearing streams, said  Tripp: "the fishery values aren't there compared lo Vancouver Island."  Of an initial list of eutblocks prepared by  the ministry and forest companies, several  blocks were substituted wilh others because  they were logged before Ihe guidelines came  into effect, presented no fishery concerns or  were too small in size.  But Tripp said ihe sample, including cut-  blocks ranging from under four to over 100  hectares in the Iwo districts, is reasonably  representative, and includes logging opera-  lions of Weldwood, Canadian Forest Products, and International Forest Products as well  as local companies licensed under the Small  Business Enterprise Program.  turn to page 2  Ruedi Schnyder brought three medals back from the mountain bike track.  Joel Johnstone photo  Climbing new peaks in mountain bike racing  In the world of single-track hill  climbers and farmer Johns who bulldoze the backroads, 17-year-old  Ruedi Schnyder recently made his  mark.  Schnyder, a student at Elphinstone  Secondary school in Gibsons, came  first in three classes of mountain bike  competition held at Whistler last  weekend, dusting competition in the  15- to 18-year-old junior category.  Schnyder took first place in crosscountry, downhill and uphill races,  winning the last competition - 13 km  uphill to the mid-station on Black-  comb - handily after clocking in at  one hour 12 minutes.  In the 26-km cross-country race,  where other mountain fiife facers  were stronger, "I only won by a  minute and a half," said Schnyder,  who came in at one hour 39 minutes.  In downhill, Schnyder completed  the 17 km course from the top of  Blackcombin 19 minutes.  While downhill racing involves a  lot of guts, Schnyder prefers uphill  '~u-ttftmVtt.ffiy, "which require "a  lot of dedication to training," he says.  "If you don't train, you don't get any  faster."  This weekend Schnyder - who is  sponsored by Trail Bay Sports and  FitCo West ��� was to take part in  another off-road competition in Victoria.  Flushing 'untrained' boats from Sechelt  by Derek McNaughton  If it floats don't sink it.  Pleasure boats without sewage holding tanks in Sechelt's Porpoise Bay  may soon be breaking the law.  District politicians are pushing BC's  environment ministry for legislation  that would require any boat with a toilet  to also carry a tank to catch deposits  from those water closets, rather than  flush excrement directly in to Porpoise  Bay, where the water is often stale.  "If someone has a toilet flushing  directly in to Porpoise Bay, I think we  should be concerned," councillor Peggy  Wagner said Wednesday.  "We have shellfish in the area, and  'Porpoise Bay must  become a  pollution-free area'  - Peggy Wagner  poor flushing." Wagner said. Porpoise  Bay must become "a pollution-free  area."  Jack Bryden, technical advisor with  Ministry of Environment, could not say  if Porpoise Bay would be off limits to  those boats not toilet trained. But he  agreed a growing number of inlets, and  the pleasure craft upon them, do need  dumping restrictions.  "There is a problem, especially in  some bodies of water," he said. Currently, there are federal laws which  make feces dumping illegal. But the  province decides what bodies of water  the law applies to, said Bryden.  And if Porpoise Bay does become  off-limits to those boats ill-equipped, it  won't happen soon. The ministry has  to look at several criteria, such as the  number of boaters, and water currents  before making any decision.  Yet the soonest any law will come  into action is Sept. '94.  Pleasure boaters will continue lo  have unlimited dumping privileges  once out in open sea.  Campbell stumping on  Wilson's home turf  by Jane Seyd  Vancouver Mayor Gordon  Campbell ��� arch-rival of local MLA  Gordon Wilson - made his second  foray into Wilson's riding in less  than a week this Friday as he  stopped by Gibsons and Sechelt to  press the flesh and chat up local  Liberals.  Arriving by ferry in the morning,  Campbell visited the Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum and the Sechelt  Indian Band offices during the day  before ending up at a low-key  reception attended by a handful of  supporters.  Sitting behind a milkshake at the  Village Restaurant in Sechelt Friday  afternoon, Campbell explained the  purpose of his visit: "I'm up talking  to people about the Liberal party of  BC."  Last weekend, Campbell was  previously up on the Coast for Lord  Jim's annual fishing derby.  Wearing a Gordon Campbell  campaign button, Emily Barber-  Gareau of Gibsons said she is supporting Campbell's bid for the Liberal leadership over the local MLA.  "I felt (Gordon Wilson) let me  down," she said. "He let down the  party."  Those feelings weren't shared by  local Liberal constituency association president Pauline Galinski who  commented Thursday, "We are  encouraging our people to vote for  Gordon Wilson." Asked who might  be attending the Campbell reception, "I haven't a clue," said Galinski. "I certainly don't want to listen  to Gordon Campbell."  Meanwhile Wilson slill maintained Thursday that Campbell's  leadership bid is "clearly an attempt  to buy the party" by a "coalition of  opportunists."  He added if Campbell wins the  leadership race, he will likely leave  the Liberal party, but added caucus  colleagues would be "sadly mistaken if they think they've seen the last  of Gordon Wilson."  Of Campbell's visit to the Coast,  Wilson said, "My riding association's solid... He's wasting his  time." He added he's still optimistic  about the leadership vote scheduled  for Sept. 11."  Gordon Campbell on a stroll In upper Gibsons Friday.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Strait marathon  proceeds against  pollution backdrop  by Jane Seyd and Darah  Hansen  Six o'clock Saturday morning in Sechelt and athletes flex  their muscles in preparation for  the grueling 29 kilometres  across the Strait of Georgia.  This year, marathon organizers count 140 names on their  list of participants. Among  them, a windsurfer, a sculler,  three solo swimmers, and a 10-  member team aboard an aboriginal ocean-going canoe.  In its fourth year, the purpose of the marathon is to draw  attention to the ailing state of  the Strait of Georgia.  According to a Greenpeace  report Dire Straits, 80 per cent  of the pollution in Georgia  Strait comes from either pulp  mill effluent or municipal  sewage discharge. In particular,  a group of chemicals known as  organo-chlorines found in pulp  mill effluent is known to be  especially toxic and has been  increasing in Strait sediments  since coastal mills began chlorine bleaching in the '60s.  In 1988, Howe Sound was  one of the first areas closed to  shellfish harvesting after high  levels of dioxins and furans  were found in marine life  around the Port Mellon and  Woodfibre pulp mills. Since  then, over 900 km of coast  marine habitat have been closed  to commercial shellfishing due  to dioxin contamination.  More recently, dioxin concentrations are down again,  which has raised the possibility  with fisheries officials of reopening areas like Howe Sound  to shellfish harvesting if levels  of toxic organo-chlorines fall  low enough. But this spring,  others questioned that move.  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'It's a problem ami we're  going to deal with it'  -Ferd llaniiv  "Il's a problem and we're going lo deal  with it," Hamre added. "Hopefully we get  Ihe people's co-operation."  Some of the people could be living naturally because of a shortage of affordable  housing. "There could be some cases of  lhat," said Hamre. And some could be there  because provincial sites are full this time of  year. "There are limited [camping] opportunities on high-use weekends," he said.  Al Jenkins, area supervisor for BC Parks,  said in July and August, Coast provincial  park space is al a premium. "Bul that's not  abnormal." During these two months, he  said, parks operate with a 95 per cent occupancy rale.  "Il's possible there's a need for more  facilities," said Jenkins. "I'm sure there's  lots of people who come on to the Coast on a  Saturday morning looking for a campsite,  and, of course, they're all full."  Forest Service officials said Ihe campers  at Klein Lake would be given written notice  Friday.  841 KOZ, a peer performance group enacting the trials of gang-  related pressures on teenagers, explain to the audience at the  Raven's Cry Theatre Thursday who they are, what they do, what  gangs do and what support there Is to resist     Joel Johnstone photo  Pender elects local rep to health council  by Roxanne Gregory  Residents of Area A were left  oul1 in the cold after July elections for steering committee  members responsible for establishing Ihe local Communily  Heallh Care Council failed lo  -elect a member from Pender  'Harbour. In a special elections  session held in the Madeira-Park-  Legion hall Wednesday night,  SO residents turned out lo elect  long-time Pender Harbour" resident and Health Care Society  member Peter Grabenhof lo the  committee.  "It's very important when we  plan heallh care programs thai  local communities should have a  say," said Coast Garibaldi medical heallh officer Dr. Paul Martiquet. Martiquet was pitch hilling for Ministry of Heallh  regional director Paul Becklake  < who wat oaughl in a BC Femes  docking snafu and couldn't  Mltend.  Martiquet outlined the  restructuring of the heallh care  delivery system which will see  the creation of regional health  boards which will oversee core  heallh care programming, and  the developmem of local health  councils which will administer  core funded programs and have  power over discretionary funding. One third of the members  of the health care councils will  be elected at large, one third  will be appointed by the ministry, the other third will comprise elected officials.  According to Martiquet, the Coast ���~~  Garibaldi heallh care  region receives $400  restricted access lo specialists,  restricted referrals, and fewer  choices for patients and physicians in where Ihey may be  treated and the dealh of universality.  Other residents were concerned thai because  ������*~������*    the  Coast has  so  ���We have been I"1* ,ouris,s'fund-  .._,      ing for Iheir care  million annually for provided with would be Ihe respon-  all health-related ser-     a challenge' s*��'*'*y of the Heallh  Audit due in October  from page 1  Tripp said he is looking at elements like cross-stream yarding,  debris and sediments in streams, diversion of water courses, drainage  and erosion control on roads and leave strips among other criteria.  If damage is found, companies are required to rehabilitate Ihe  streams where possible.  On Vancouver Island "as far as I know they've been pretty busy"  since the audit last year, said Tripp. "Whether it does any good is yel  to be seen." No charges were laid under the Fisheries Acl against  companies after Ihe Vancouver Island audit, mainly because it's hard  to prove specific problems resulted from practices on particular cut-  blocks, said Tripp. >  A final report on Ihe audit, which will also include results from the  North Coasl and Queen Charlotte districts, is expected lo be made  public in October.  vices. Martiquet does  noi    believe    lhe  restructuring   will       decrease costs but it  may give local communities  greater autonomy in how their  health dollars are spent.  "We are early in the process," said Martiquet. "We have  been provided wilh a challenge.  Let's take advantage of this  open door so we have some  opportunity lo determine the  direction of local heallh care  programming. This should make  the health care system more  responsive lo Pender Harbour  needs. It will mean better community cooperation and a  decrease in duplicated services."  Local physician Terry Amiel,  is totally opposed to the restructuring plan. Amiel thinks the  funding formula will mean  Council and would  Dr. Paul Martiquet ___\_e resources from  ___________   local needs.  Martiquet said  lhat even though the funding  formula had yet to be worked  out, resort communities and  those wilh significant tourist  populations would not be penalized in having lo provide medical care for residents from outside their region.  Amiel compared the health  care council concept wilh those  which are operating in  Saskatchewan, Ihe UK and New  Zealand.  "The council model has created a two-tiered system in the  UK and has utterly failed in  New Zealand. We should be trying pilot projects rather than  revamping lhe whole system  and hoping it's going lo work."  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But the woman responsible for  Ihem, Doris "Billie" Steele, isn't  making any apologies.  Il's not music or programs themselves, said Steele, Ihe problem is  with Iheir amplification.  "It's unbearable," she said of the  noise emanating from Ihe semi-open  Rockwood Pavilion lo her own  house of -40 years, approximately 30  feel away from the building's north  wall.  The performance by dance  troupe Red Thunder earlier in the  month was the last straw, she said.  "That's really what made me decide  I was going to do something about  (the noise).  "If Ihey can make all that racket  then I can do a little bit too."  And so lasl Saturday alternoon  during the Writer's Festival, Steele  look two small speakers, placed  them in Ihe window of her garage,  and played for the pavilion guests a  selection of music from her own  collection.  "I gave them Beethoven, Grieg  and Paul Robeson singing a concert  at Carnegie Hall... He has a beautiful voice," she said.  But not everyone appreciated the  music as Steele did. While she was  in her house, the screened windows  of the garage were pushed in, the  speakers pulled out and laid face  down on a wood pile.  Steele called Ihe police bul no  one was caught or charged with the  offence.  Steele's feud with the Rockwood  Centre dales lo when the grounds  were first opened for public assem  bly. The battle intensified wilh the  construction of Ihe 444-seat pavilion in 1989.  Since then, Steele has often  hounded Sechelt council to do  something aboul the amplified noise  in her backyard.  Mayor Nancy MacLarty said  town council is considering fitting  shutters in lhe windows of the open  north wall this fall to help cut down  on noise. In ils original design, Ihe  north wall of the pavilion - closest  to Steele's property - was lo be  completely enclosed bul engineers  varied the design so wind could not  damage the building's roof.  MacLarty said the only other  variance given to Ihe original construction of the pavilion was in  allowing it to be buill I.S feet closer  to Steele's property line in order to  avoid culling down a large Iree.  "It's unfortunate lhat Mrs. Steele  is bothered," said MacLarty, adding  Steele's plea for quiet is one common to many long-lime residents in  areas now under development.  Steele came when lhat neighbourhood was remote, MacLarty  said. "Now it's become the town  centre."  MacLarty said activities at the  Rockwood Centre are unlikely lo  decrease in the future. Instead,  Sechelt council is considering  extending Ihe centre's operations,  allowing its use May through  September.  "It's a good thing for Sechell.  Il's good for Ihe merchants and the  economy," MacLarty said.  Bul that doesn't mean Steele's  fight is over.  "Until I get some assurance  there's not going lo be any amplification in lhal building, I'm not  going to give up."  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Injured seal able to return to wild  Rodney, the sick northern elephant seal rescued earlier this  spring off Sechell Inlet, is back  al sea.  On Friday (Aug. 20) Rodney,  along with Race, another elephant seal, was released at a sile  off Race Rocks, near Victoria.  Both seals had been been in  Ihe care of Ihe Vancouver  Aquarium for the past four  months recovering from separale  ailments.  Rodney arrived al Ihe Aquarium on April 30, malnourished,  parasitized and wilh a life threat  ening skin infection. While Race  was suffering from a fractured  jaw and was starving when he  was rescued from Race Rocks  on May II.  Both have made an excellent  recovery report spokespeople at  Ihe Aquarium. Eating up lo six  kilos of food per day, the seals,  both under the age of two,  presently weigh in at 300 kilograms apiece.  Pro-Tech Industrial is donating heavy equipment to move  Race and Rodney onto a flatbed  truck provided by the Vancouver  Parks Board. Pearson College is  also assisting with transportation. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has arranged  for a flatbed boat called a  'seatruck' wilh a specialized  ramp giving Race and Rodney  easy access to Ihe water.  The northern elephant seals  are the first the Aquarium has  treated in its 25-year-old Marine  Mammal Rescue and Rehabilitation program. The appearance of  such seals on the Canadian West  Coast has been rare unlil recent-  iy*  Ferry corporation fails to deliver: council  A Gibsons councillor lashed oul at the BC Ferry  Corporation Tuesday in the Coasl's ongoing campaign to get direct representation on the corpora-  lion's board of directors.  Cllr. Ted Hume said he is insulted by the tone  of a letter from Ferry Corporation president Frank  Rhodes, correspondence replying to council's and  commuters' complaints about summer docking  procedures at Horseshoe Bay for the Langdale  ferry.  "This is absolute nonsense," said Hume of  Rhodes letter, which outlines the corporation's  efforts to deal with commuter delays caused by  four ferries trying to dock at only Ihree Horseshoe  Bay berths.  "I hope the town won't give up ils efforts to get  somebody on the BC Ferry board," Hume said. "I  can't help feeling that the Sunshine Coast is playing second base lo Ihe rest of the ferry service."  All attempts at that objective, supported by Ihe  Districl of Sechelt and the Sunshine Coast Regional District, have so far amounted to little more than  polite rebuffs from BC Ferries.  The Ferry Corporation is defending ils view that  the Coast is receiving adequate representation on  the current board from a director who lives in Port  McNeill on Vancouver Island.  A Coast commuters association formed this  summer lo lobby the corporation about issues of  importance lo members.  WmWm.  Open 8 am - 10 pm every day!  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"Why isn't there a retired logger or fisherman willing  to run for council?" the woman asked, venting her frustration at the prospect of a mayoralty race in Gibsons  between incumbent Eric Small and 'Diesel' Dave Coles.  A voice on this end tried to placate her, saying it is  only August, a time when folks are busy reaping the dividends of spring's labour in their gardens, or chasing the  fading summer's rays and balmy winds to sail, fish, swim  and camp.  The Coast is at play, evidenced as always by a downturn in correspondence to the paper. Other, more adventurous pursuits have asserted their dominance as a hint of  fall's cooler days rustles in the morning air.  So who's thinking politics? The Liberal Gordons -  Wilson, Campbell and Gibson - for three. They go head-  to-head in a party leadership convention in three weeks  time.  And it would appear that our uncrowned Prime Minister Kim Campbell thinks of little else with a federal election looming. Or maybe that perception comes from the  media's blind devotion to following the dear PM around:  quoting, speculating, polling.  My, news can be slow in the summer time!  With these larger political contests daily shoved into  the public eye, the municipal elections are naturally out  of sight, lying off somewhere in the shadows of a  November rain.  And thoughts of running for local office are correspondingly languishing in the background of an afternoon's lounge in the hammock.  Still, the calendar's unbidden turn means municipal  polling day is not that far off so why not ponder the  prospects of office now? There are some weighty matters  hanging in the Coast's political balance.  Planning is a major priority as development pressures  escalate and new official community plans for Gibsons,  Roberts Creek and Sechelt are in the works.  A new waste management plan is being dusted off.  A Coast-wide recreation commission is in the formative stages; it should lay the groundwork for a unified  government from Port Mellon to Earls Cove.  A commitment toward that goal should be high on the  list of any credible local candidate since the duplication  of service and parochial bickering between municipalities  and the regional district does not serve the interests of  rationale, well planned and cost-efficient government for  this small coast line.  For that reason alone, new blood would be a welcome  transfusion to the slate of candidates vying for municipal  election come November. To all the benefits of experience, there attend rivalries, personal agendas and well  intentioned souls who simply get lost in the bureaucratic  maze of city hall.  New ideas are needed, and there's no shortage of folks  on the Coast with the knowledge and convictions to do  the job.  So why not turn the mind's cogitations, while swinging  back and forth in the shade, to making a difference in the  inevitable process of change.  Then do it.  Observations about  a murrelet nest  I would like lo make a few  corrections and observations  wilh reference lo your article of  Aug. 16 about the discovery of  an active marbled murrelet nesl  in the Caren Range.  Much as I wish I had, I did  not take the photograph attributed to me which appears on page  18. The credit belongs to John  Dafoe.  The marbled murrelet is listed as 'threatened' by Environment Canada because its numbers have declined steadily over  the period of available records.  Contrary to what was stated in  your article, this species is not  endangered in BC, yet in The  Birds of British Columbia (Vol.  II) published in 1990 by lhe  Canadian Wildlife Service and  the Royal BC Museum, the following observation appears on  page 311: "The destruction of  mature forests is perhaps the  greatest threat to marbled murrelet populations in British  Columbia." The ancient forests  of lhe Caren Range evidently  provide important refuge nesting  habitat on the Sunshine Coast.  It was implied in your article  that Terminal Forest Products  has plans for a 550 hectare  reserve of ancient forest in the  Caren Range, ll was actually the  Ministry of Forests which proposed such a reserve, back in  July 1992. This reserve would  have included about 250  hectares of forested area, the  balance of 300 hectares being  predominantly recent clearcuts.  Friends of Caren (and many  other people) opposed Ihis proposal as inadequate to protect  the forest, its wildlife, the watersheds of Pender Harbour and  other identified values.  DR. JOHN FIELD  Madeira Park  Keep dogs  under control  I wish to extend my thanks to  all the inconsiderate, thoughtless  dog owners in the Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek area who let  their dogs run free in the neighbourhood. How very nice for lhe  dogs.  Thank you for allowing your  dogs to use my yard as their toilet. The droppings look so nice  on the lawn and Ihey smell so  wonderful too. And thank you  for letting your dogs share my  garbage with all the neighbours.  My children and their friends  enjoy that extra challenge when  they are chased and snapped at  while riding on iheir bicycles  and rollerblades. Such fun!  Thank you for allowing your  dogs to urinate on my shrubs  and in my strawberry garden.  Whoever said that shrubs are  supposed to be green, as  opposed to green with yellow  and brown spots? And it is so  pleasant, on a fine summer's  morning to witness 'nature in  action', as the 'still intact' male  dogs mount everything and anything that moves on four legs,  while they 'have their fun.'  I would like to say a special  thanks to the owner, or owners  of two dogs who came exploring  into my yard during the late  afternoon of July 30. One was a  white and rusty brown spotted  English Setter type of dog, of  medium size. The other was a  large black/brown dog of what  appeared to be mixed breed.  While these dogs were out for a  little exercise they came up onto  our sundeck and attacked our  older, gentle crippled cal as she  lay asleep in what she assumed  to be ihe safety and comfort of  her own yard. While having  their fun, your dogs fractured  her ankle.  It was so pleasant to see her  as she dragged herself on her  two front paws to safety. It was  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshins Coaat News  Box 460  Qlbaona, B.C.  V0N1V0  so nice for me to pick her up  and see the severed tendon,  bone chips and torn muscle in  the bloody wound. Thank you,  dog owners, for helping me to  calm my terrified hysterical  children. Thanks for letting your  dogs run free and provide  myself, some neighbours and a  number of construction workers  with an afternoon of enlerlainmenl as we witnessed this senseless attack on our family pet in  her own yard. Thank you for  allowing your dogs lo provide  our cat with a great deal more  pain and suffering than she had  endured in Ihe past. She loves  having her back foot encased in  a case in the hot weather. And  I'm so sure, as responsible and  decent people, you will come  forward to help pay Ihe already  sizeable veterinary bill.  To the irresponsible dog  owners in Ihis area, I say: Keep  your dogs in your control and  keep them in your own yard.  Keep them in a kennel, behind a  fence or keep them tied up.  Keep them on a leash while  walking them, or at least keep  them in your control while out  in the community. Keep your  dogs away from my children  and pets and keep them a long  way from my property.  To the majority of caring,  responsible and thoughtful dog  owners in this community, I  extend a very sincere thank you.  You are noticed and greatly  appreciated daily, as I see you  walking your dogs in the sunshine or in the rain. Thank you  for picking up after your dogs as  so many of you do.  SHERRY KLEPSCH  Davla Bay  Models of economic health are there to be studied  I glanced recently at the irony that the two  nations which lost tbe Second World War of this  century are today towering economic success stories less than half a century after the war's end.  Germany and Japan have clearly surpassed in economic health all of the allies which won the war,  probably including tbe United Suites of America,  though that is not yet obvious, certainly not to most  Americans.  The first contributing aspect is surely the area of  military spending. As losers of the most destructive  war in human history the Axis powers, as they  were styled, were forbidden military build up.  It is a further irony that the two countries forbidden to trade in armaments are flourishing as  never before while in Greal Britain and the USA  regions squabble over military plums and lament  the lots of military contracts because of the economic hardships these long-entrenched industries  have bestowed.  Just why tbe still booming armament industries  do not confer economic heallh on their host countries despite providing huge economic returns is  one of the conundrums of our time. It must surely  have to do with tome failure of the industries to  build healthy and mutually enriching trading marked.  Then, too, there can be no doubt that dreams of  grandeur lie fed by military possessions. Wealthy  nations, like the USA, spend far more than they  musings  John burnside  can really afford in search of security, leaving  other infrastructure to lag.  The taste for military monument building is  even more debilitating in poorer countries where  military hardware and fancy-stepping troops on  parade feed the national ego while denying the  people sustenance and die country the wherewithal  to engage in constructive international trade.  The success of Germany and Japan should be  instructive, but certain it is that, for reasons of  national prestige and die seductive quick profits  that armaments' sale yields, the addiction of militarism is a hard one for nations to quit.  Besides being forbidden the false fruit of militarism, it seems to me that there is a cohesiveness  in both the German and Japanese societies which,  though very different in manifestation, would well  repay the study of less successful economic entities.  Japan and Great Britain, for example, have a  very great deal in common. Both are island nations  in tbe northern latitudes lying off great continents;  neither has great national wealth in natural  resources; both seem to have been blessed with  energetic and able populations.  These days the similarities stop there, however.  The Japanese have been successful in building a  society in which virtually everyone feels part of the  success story. There seems to be a profound sense  of national belonging; a profound sense of belonging to the company, of identifying with the nation  and die component pam.  Great Britain, on the other hand, is riven with  division. It is not just dial it is an uneasy union of  three kingdoms and the divided part of a fourth  forming its basis.  Certainly, the failure of the union, completed  with the union of die Scottish and English parliaments just less than 300 years ago, to bind the  members into a cohesive whole is a major factor in  the ills which beset the not entirely United Kingdom.  But leaving aside the enduring issues of Scot-  tishness and Englishness and Welshness and Irish-  ness, the country is still riven by a crippling class  Consciousness. When the bulk of a country is  chronically resentful and rebellious, its performance on die world stage will suffer.  There is no single difference more significant in  the widening gulf between the economic perfor  mances of two physically similar countries than  this one of people utilization. The Japanese have  succeeded in making a wholeness of their population. Britain still seems governed by little Engenders drawling in their arrogance and sense of superiority, maintaining sway over its population by a  combination of chicanery and numerical superiority*  Besides the national and class differences, there  is a profound schism in the regions. The so-called  Home Counties around London still call the shots  and reap the benefits and the resentment against  them is as real in the Midlands and the North of  England as it is in die two and a half smaller kingdoms.  Simply put, though the British Empire has  shrunk now to its own small islands, the attitudes  of empire and superiority still live on in fading  ineffectuality.  The contrasts in Germany and America are less  dramatic but no less significant. In America, big  business and government have waged successful  war against the labour movement. In Germany die  three necessary constitutents work much more as a  team - and much more successfuly in consequence.  Canada knows regional division; Canada follows the USA model in labour relations, and certainly knows squabbling over military contracts.  But models of economic health are there to be  studied.  COAST^NEWS  mmKrlpttmUmlm  pea v4ae*r nttwt or wa weeKen^e^  fiana   1 fmf $35 * $2.45 CST - (37.45  6 morthf ��� ��20* $1.40 CST- $21.40  1 year ��� J40 (No CST)  Hat No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News �� publish**, oai  the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by  Oasshrd frees ltd.  Cibsons OHice.S37Cr.ke lam  Box 460, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  I604| M6-2622, Fax (60*41 886*7725  MM a*�� ��� tttt Omrk tt  Boa 68 Sechelt. 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Oh, the building, is  still Ihere astride a  square one-acre parcel  alongside Chaster  Creek, which was an  ample waler source  demanded by the cannery operation and  jam-making process that first started many  years ago.  That first building burned down some  years later and was rebuilt by Welt Palmer  of Russell Road and continued producing  jam until die early 1950s. After closing for  good the property was purchased by Jack  Clement for his soft drink warehouse and  disbibuting business, which continues to this  day.  Browsing through the old cannery, now  remodelled and extended, bubbly Jack tells  me his son now operates the show.  He said he purchased the property when  legendary village clerk, Bob Bums, was  secretary treasurer of the cooperative. P. W.  Downes was president and the last jam  maker when it closed was the late Fred Holland, who teamed the jam making process  over the years from Jake Hintsa.  Marybelle Holland added with a smile:  "Somewhere among my late husband's little  black books is the jam making recipe."  The Four Square brand Gibsons pack jam  was marketed through W.H. Malkin wholesalers and was much in demand, and orders  were taken two years in advance from points  Above, the Berdhal berry farm. Right, the cannery crew:  standing from left, Cecil Chamberlin, Bob Burns and Fred  Holland; sitting, Lillian Berdhal and Nina McCartney.  as far away as California. While Malkins'  best jam was selling for one dollar a tin, our  pack was selling at $1.25.  Veteran storekeeper Keith Wright recalls  that back in 1947 he shipped two cases of  jam from the original store in Roberts Creek  to Doctor Evans in North Dakota, a brother  of the late Hubert Evans,  And Cecil Chamberlin notes, "I remember when I worked in the cannery, aboul  1940, we took in a record 5,000 pounds of  berries in one day. Since Bob Bums held a  steam ticket, he was the plant engineer."  Some of the young ladies that worked in  the cannery are still in our midst - the Chamberlin sisters Pearl Tretheway, Hazel Skytte,  Nina McCartney. Others included Lillian  Berdhal and Dora Benn (Kullander).  One of the most productive berry farms  was Pete Berdhal's, on large acreage at the  junction of the cemetery where now stands a  new home just finished by Mr. and Mrs.  Dave Brackett, she being the daughter of Ian  and Barbara Cattanach.  My former school classmate Anne  McDonald says, "Here on my dad's farm  two of our strawberries would fill a cup." No  wonder Anne held the record for picking at  least 150 pounds of berries in a day.  Other big producers were the Rhodes and  Benns of Reed Road, the Kullanders on Pratt  Road.  Anne went on to say her grandmother,  Mrs. Irgens, around the turn of the century  took up that tract of land from the old "S"  turn out to the cemetery junction, and later  subdivided it with her father Pete.  Her brother Norm Berdhal, now a spry  79, says: "My son Garry still lives on part of  the original tract and that new house sits  near the original spot where the Berdhal's  farm house and nearby yellow cedar bam  once stood."  I worked Ihe strawberry fields of our  neighbour picking berries for one cent a  pound, and at days end would push them  with a large, bicycle-wheeled cart along  Reed Road and down Henry Road to the  cannery, gingerly dodging the potholes  along the way so as not to overly compress  the berries.  Mtors  Developing forests  for a fast buck  1 found the Coast News article July 26 concerning  MacBlo's proposed subdivision  very interesting. Interesting  because in this particular case  the forest giant itself proposes'  taking 312 acres out of forest  production. July 29 Weekender  headlines the Clayoquot and 11  Coast residents being arrested,  also MacBlo.  I realize the Clayoquot is significantly larger than 312 acres,  but the 312 acres is productive  forest too. I have not heard one  whimper about lost jobs or lost  revenue, however, the answer to  Ihis seems lo be addressed in the  last paragraph, $500,000 to  $750,000 for the limber. The  workers get to log it now so  there are no jobs lost. The company makes its money so no lost  timber revenue and they get to  sell lots of lots. Talk about having your cake and eating it too.  Besides who cares about tomorrow and our children anyway?  Remember the adds we  watched on TV last winter? I  can't remember them exactly  but die 'Forests Forever' and Ihe  'Forests are our Future too.'  Think again. Forests Forever  and MacBlo's future as long as  MacBlo is making ils fasl buck  the fastest, cheapest way it can.  Speaking of fast buck, most  community plans that I am  aware of call for maintaining a  rural atmosphere here on Ihe  peninsula. How do you maintain  a rural atmosphere on 1/8 to 1/4  acre lots?  I wonder if MacBlo has had  the benefit of subsidized or low  land taxes on this property such  as they did on Vancouver Island  because the land was supposed  to be forest reserve?  I believe MacBlo is being  very two-faced making a stink  about the Clayoquot then turn  ing around and rationalizing the  removal of other forest producing lands from production. I too  earn my income from the forest  industry and it concerns me to  see that the large forest companies can just go in and make  their.fast buck any way they  can, then run. No wonder there  are problems at the Clayoquot.  R. MOORCROFT  Gibsons  Cut blocks from  Caren forest plan  An open letter to Rick  Brouwer, International  Forest Products:  Our east forest research tells  us there are murrelets nesting  and socializing within the area  of your proposed eutblocks 398  and 399.  ��� Tree dating around the east  forest has counted trees of  1,550, 1,440, 1,736 and 860  years;  ��� Record-sized yellow cedars  are intermittent through this forest;  ��� Hemlock groves are wide-  spaced giants at 800 to 1000  years old;  ��� All Ihe big wood is shattered or rotten;  ��� This side of the Caren  Range is steep and exposed;  ��� This 100 plus hectares of  ancient forest is completely surrounded by clearcuts;  This is not the kind of public  relations profile lhat any company would want.  Please do not seek eutblocks  in the Caren Range old growth  for everyone's sake.  JOHN DAFOE  Madeira Park  Politics kills  park project  An open letter to  District of Sechelt council:  As you know a well based  healthy economy comes from  the integration of individual  efforts and abilities.  Considering the gift of our  geographic location and the  commitment of so many people  to work with their environment,  lhat successful integration  already exists but does not have  a representative voice through  any one organization.  You have a responsibility to,  understand this and to respect  the community, particularly the  time and energy that is given by  so many, Perhaps you really  don't realize the importance of  your position as government of  this community.  Most people on the Sunshine  Coast see themselves as coastal  residents, not necessarily  belonging to one town or districl, yet political decisions have  to be made within boundaries.  We are in an uncomfortable  growth period and your true  understanding of its effects on  the physical (land) and psychological (people) components of  the community is essential.  I realize lhat you, also as  individuals and government, are  subject to the pressures of  growth - which makes your  responsibilities more difficult.  In observing you for the past 14  months I have felt as much sympathy as frustration in your decision making, seeing how easy it  is to lose direction when there is  none to begin with.  Listening to the community  would be a good beginning.  For the Trail Bay Park Project your lack of support in principle - which is all lhat was  asked for - has just defeated an  Environment Canada grant  under the Citizens Initiative program. Grant applications take  hours of work, from preparing  budgets and financial statements  lo the gathering of expert people  willing to donate their time and  present their proposals. This  project was to publish a book on  the heritage of Trail Bay.  It was a $50,000 50/50 project and there was absolutely no  difficulty getting $25,000 donated by the community. This represents the kind of healthy integration I referred lo earlier.  Unfortunately, although a  /very good application was  .made, the fact that our municipal government has resolved not <  to acknowledge the community  interest in Trail Bay Park or to  support the efforts of this nonprofit community group, this  project has been lost.  I Because of your land-use  bias the Trail Bay Park proposal  has been labelled a political  item on the local level (neither  the Lions Club nor the Rotary  Club would accept the invitation  that they use the June 6 community picnic on Trial Bay as a  fundraising opportunity).  Your blessing, your support  in principle, is all that the Trail  Bay Project needed. It has certainly supplied you with enough  documented evidence of the viability of the park proposal.  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II Slatior  by George Cooper  Some 16 grads of Elphimtone's class  of 1963 gathered in Sechelt the weekend  of August 6 an 7 to recall former school  days. Voted the least changed in appearance was Bruce Puchalski of Roberts  Creek. Former teachers attending were  Bob Bennie and Bill Peers.  Former students came from Dawson  Creek, Vancouver Island, Saskatchewan  and Israel. Sigmund Johannsen has lived  in Israel for the pasl 26    _______  years,   a   professional  musician and piano tuner,  he was visiting his molher  who lives in Gibsons.  Museum  Now   that   museum  workers make a count of       all visitors, they report 86  visitors July 25 during Sea Cavalcade  and on July 28 last, a rainy Wednesday,  116 visitors. Over 1,000 visitors this pasl  July; over 6,000 last year. A lot of heads  lo count. Speaks tremendously well of  the displays buill up over the pasl few  years by devoted volunteers and their  summer help.  The museum will be depending upon  volunteers once Ihe summer students  leave. Some of the members of the Sunshine Coast Needle Arts Guild, the ones  who did the embroidered mural depicting the history of the Sunshine Coast,  now in the museum, have been doing all  kinds of needed jobs in the museum.  Lots of room for other volunteers, too.  The museum will  be depending  upon  volunteers  The Hillside Family Restaurant is  donating part of the dessert sales to the  museum for the month of August. Can  you add a dessert to your evening meal  there?  Gibsons Landing  Following a referendum in the fall  election of 1967, the village commissioners petitioned the provincial government to shorten the name to Gibsons.  The referendum vote was three to one  _____     for the change.  In that fall election  Fred Feeney, a BC Tel  employee was elected  chairman, and Ken God-  dard and Jerry Dixon  were elected commissioners. Feeney used to say  "There aren't two villages, upper and lower Gibsons, there's  just Gibsons." Does the dichotomy still  persist, do you think?  Mayor Eric Small, who kindly supplied the referendum information said  the wood sculpture standing al the corner of Marine and Beach welcomes visitors lo Gibsons Landing.  Carver Anna Hanson told me that  sign was her first sculpture to appear in  Gibsons. That was 1980 and there was a  move afoot then to revive or revitalize  the village.  "I liked the quaintness of Ihe name,"  said Hanson who carries on the tradition  of her grandfather, wood sculptor Dudley Carter.  In the swim at Armour's Beach ��� dogs  romp In the heat of August       Charles  and kids  Hart photo    j  For the finest in area dining  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Burgers, chicken, ice cream, dinners, salads and pizza. Take-out  or free home delivery within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on $10  minimum orders. Small charge for  orders under $10. Hwy. 101,      n��     O  oQ  Gibsons. 886-7813  FAMILY DINING  Hak)*A*Way Rutaursnt - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwv.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays <- Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm 10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  HlWdl Family Raataurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons.  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 condi*  tioned Houra: Open Sun ��� Thurs,  11 am-9 pm. Fri h Sal 11 am 10  pm. 886*2993  Nlf.HT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunseta from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  BREAKFASTS IUNCH  0t Dutch Parntkotk Houtt - Breakfast or lunch all day from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends.  Across from the Sunnycrest Mall,  Hwy. 101 at Shaw Road (Cedars  Inn Complex), Gibsons. VisA k  MC. 886-9090.  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.  Irvlntt 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 Restaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week  Blut Heron 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 superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chti 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, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 daya a  week.  CrMk Houtt - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, dams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  CI Nine ��� Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamM desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Lunch  houra: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner houra:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  > On Tht Btteh - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by t sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bninch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKEOUT  Emit 1 Oatn't Drlw 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.  ��  -'- *---- -----  QoUon llfollnos  by Joyce Ostry  By the time this column comes out the picnic  will be over. I hope you all had a nice day.  There will be a Giant Craft Fair and Tea on  Sept. 11 at 10 am. Table rental is $10 and it's free  admission. Phone 885-3584 for table reservation.  Crafts are still meeting at 9:30 am on Thursdays.  EMAs on ferries...  Before travelling on a ferry check whether it  has access for an EMA. Most ferries have elevators. They also have wheelchair accessible washrooms.  If you travel in a motor vehicle tell the ticket  attendant at the booth that you want to get as close  to the elevator as possible. Gel there at 30 minutes  before ferry docking - or about 40 minutes is better.  The person at the ticket booth will give you a  red card to put on the left comer inside windshield.  Put on your flasher and you will be directed to a  certain parking lane where you will be directed to  early loading near the elevator. Phone the nearest  nbofttcnok  ferry terminal to learn about boarding with an  EMA or a wheelchair. I require help because I use  a wheelchair and have found the terra firm to be  very bumpy navigating myself.  If you require an attendant to travel with you,  you and the attendant can travel for a reduced fare.  An application form for a BC Ferry disability card  can be obtained by phoning the Victoria office at  381-1401. .Smaller vessels may not have  wheelchair access lo passenger services.  ...and cruise ships  The degree of wheelchair accessibility varies  with each cruise line and ship. To find out the  details about wheelchair accessibility route on the  ship, consult a travel agent specializing in travel  for people wilh disabilities, or others who have  taken a cruise with an EMA.  By contacting the cruise line representative,  arrangements can be made to board a ship and  check out the accessibility firsthand. It's also a  good idea lo check the wheelchair accessibility of  all ground transportation and ports of call.  by Beverley Shipley  Roberts Creek beaches' coliform count rose to staggering  heights in June of this year and  then apparently dropped down  to tolerant levels again in July.  The health department doesn't  seem to really know where this  pollution comes from, or else  they just aren't saying.  Possibly it comes from a few  sources. The big one in the  month of June could be caused  by the Fraser River's freshet  flushing Vancouver's outfall up  Georgia Strait.  High tides along our beaches  also could cause beachfront  properties' septic fields to overflow into the ocean, along with  heavy rains also helping to  cause this problem.  Garbage from boaters and  beach goers creates visible pollution as well, but sewage is  another, much more dangerous  type.  The city and overpopulation  is coming to the Coast. I  watched it happen in Vancouver, but I never thought it would  happen so soon here.  OCP progressing  The Official Communily  Olga Towert spends weekends  working on her creation:  Lower Road's most-viewed  garden.        Joel Johnstone photo  Plan for Roberts Creek is in its  second phase, as various government agencies are now  reviewing it. Some time in  September there is apparently  going to be two public information meetings regarding the  plan.  Then it will be sent to the  SCRD for a formal public hearing. Finalization could come by  Ihe end of November. The  working committee will still  have a say about each phase of  the process. Stay tuned.  Joe Road  Roberts Creek's latest grid  throughway, Joe Road is being  torn up and rebuilt once again.  This time (is it now the third or  fourth in three years?) blasting  is also happening at the corner  of Lower Road, apparently to  bury a new water line lo service  new housing part way up Joe  Road.  When asked why a waterline  to the highway wasn't put in at  the time of the original straightening of Joe Road, the SCRD  said there weren't enough houses to warrant it.  Work that was done on the  road since then was according  lo the highways department  "done because they had some  extra funds."  ^s_^  MINOR HOCKEY  REGISTRATION  for all mw & pro-registered players  August 28  Surwhlna Coaat Arana 10am-Ipm* Door open* at 10 am  All Now Players Must Have Copy ot Birth Certificate  Coaches and Managers Needed!  Hockey Equipment  Swap Meet  ,111s <il the Arena   at tho same time  Jamieson  Automotive  Distributor for  Conwest Plastic Ltd.  Manufacturer of Plastic Tanks,  Septic Tanks & Distribution Boxes  Water Tanks 10 Year Warranty  Pumps, Fillers, Plumbing and  any water related produds  Tel free hfert1-977-3��M  Payne Rd* Hwy 101  Whom 186*7919  CORItOSION ANO CHEM1CAI KSlSTAhfT  RIXXJEDIMPAO SESISTANT POlTtTHYlfNf  (XjrSIAN0NG��E56T*Na AGAINST  DeTHOWTION f ROM UlIRAVIOET UGHT  Ii  mi  em Coast News, August 23, 1993  community  tUnris bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  A gala surprise party hosted by family  and friends was held in the hall on July 31 in  honour of Gus Crucil who celebrated his  75th birthday. Gus and his wife, Eleanor  (nee Wood) were married on the Coast and  lived here for many years, some of which  were spent in the Comer Cottage at the junction of Davis Bay and Whitaker Roads.  Their daughter Avril flew in from Kansas  City for this special day, while their two  sons, Mickey and Jeff arrived unbeknownst  to Gus, from Los Angeles to share in this  landmark occasion. Relatives and friends  from Williams Lake, Kamloops, Vancouver  Island, Powell River and the Lower Mainland were on hand to add to his happy celebration.  Gus and Eleanor moved to California then  onto Carson City, Nevada where they have  resided for several years. However, they left  their hearts here on the Coast and evety summer they return to Davis Bay to reside with  their daughter Holly, son-in-law Lloyd and  their family.  A delicious buffet dinner was served and  music for dancing was provided by Slov  Kanger on his accordion.  Connie and Don Molzer are enjoying a  month-long visit from their daughter Donna,  husband and son from Toronto, just in time  to help Connie celebrate her birthday - have  a happy one.  Flea market  This coming Saturday August 28, there is  a flea market being held at the hall Irom 10  am lo 1 pm. I'm sure there will be lots of  goodies, as usual, for the sharp shopper as  well as the unusual and unique offerings that  we have come to expect at our hall markets.  If you are keen to book a table, please call  Bill at 885-7490.  Kirkland activities  It's not too early to mark Sept. 18 on your  calendar of events, this is the day of the  Kirkland Adult Day Centre garage sale. All  proceeds are going to the Sunshine Coast  Home Support Society and Kirkland Centre.  Donations will be gratefully received, nothing is too large or too small. Barbecued hot  dogs are one of the delectable offerings that  will be on sale, along with tea and coffee. If  you have something to donate call Sally at  885-1934.  Only two more weeks before school  reopens ��� where has our summer gone? Did  we really have one?  Lord.pirfs  Resort  Coast Hotels 4*  fr Resorts K?  W*  Ole's Cove Rd., just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  *vfr*^ Jo McDonald 7-2pm & 6-10pm  Reservations Requested 885-7038  Dorothy Flynn  (left) and  Margot  Matthews sit  down for a  round of bingo  at Sechelt  Seniors Annual  Porpoise Bay  Picnic  Wednesday.  Joel Johnstone  photo  mt&Mw  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  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  A sure sign that the season is  about to change and the school  year of 93/94 to begin is Minor  Hockey registration. So think  ice, get your skates sharpened  and come up to the arena on Saturday, Aug. 28. Registration  takes place form 10 am lo 1 pm  and hew players must provide a  copy of their birth certificate.  Volunteer coaches and managers  are also needed. Our great game  is about to start up again and  participants are welcome. After  registration there will be a hockey equipment swap meet downstairs so be sure to bring along  any equipment you've outgrown.  The aits council is presenting  silkscreening as a fine art, with  Greta Guzek, as part of its summer arts workshop program. Call  885-5412 for information or to  register for this course. It runs  through Aug. 25, 26 and 27 at  Fixing  themselves  up just  right, kids  and parents  play in the  costume ,   ,  selection of  the Sunshine  Coast Arts  Countil  Summer  Craft Fair in  Hackett  Park.  Joel Johnstone  photo  the Arts Centre.  The third annual and highly  successful art auction is coming  up on Saturday, Aug. 28 at 8  pm. The actual auction will take  place al the seniors hall on Trail  Avenue where there ismore  room than in the Arts Centre.  , Sunshine Heights residents  oil west Porpoise Bay take note,  SHORA, your community association is sponsoring the annual  barbeque and picnic on Aug. 29  at 2 pm. Members and guests are  welcome. The, ev��jij,,is h^^.  down at the marina at.the foot of  labour Way:;*, i" "* *,. ��� '���*?-���,*.'  the Sechelt branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary is raffling off a beautiful doll's house  to raise money for the hospital.  The house was hand crafted by  Valerie Grant. Rainbow Collections donated two ceramic figurines and the auxiliary members furnished the house. It is  exquisite and would be a wonderful surprise for some young  child or older collector. Tickets  can be purchased through any  auxiliary member from the  Sechelt branch or at Sew Easy or  Marlee's Fashions, where the  house is presently on display  until Sept. 10.  f9*f*rVlflfl*fffVfVV*fffVVVVVVfVtVfVVf<|  Registration for the  1993 - 94 skating season  & Swap Meet on Saturday Aug 2d  'bring your skates  From 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the  Sunshine Coaat arena.  CbeteforMeeaeofi  Poweretete $50.00  Parents & Tots $125.00  Kids Skate $90.00  Canskate I $180.00  Canskatell $160.00  Canfigure $500.00  Test $425.00  For more Information call 865-9291  A*   f'S*t>  Fox race runners aid cancer research  On Sunday, Sept. 19 the 13th  annual Terry Fox Run will take  place in 120 communities  throughout BC and the Yukon.  Whether you are at home, vacationing or visiting relatives or  friends you won't be very far  from a Terry Fox Run.  "Each year we emphasize the  non-competitive nature of the  Terry Fox Run.  No times or positions are  given out. It is not aboul who is  first across the finish line," said  Darrell Fox, provincial coordinator.  "Participation is the key.  Taking part is a way of com  memorating Terry's effort and  keeping his dream of finding a  cure for cancer alive.-  Whether you are an athlete,  fun-runner, walker, cyclist or  roller-blader, the opportunity is  there to show your support for  what Terry wanted to achieve,"  added Fox.  Unlike the US, cancer  research in Canada is dependent  on donations from the public  which is why the run is such an  important date on the calendar.  Twenty per cent of all cancer  research lhal is going on at present is funded from money  raised in the Terry Fox Run. In  1992 $8 million was donated  nationally.  Since the Marathon of Hope  in 1980 and the subsequent 12  Terry Fox Runs, over $100 million has been raised for cancer  research.  Pledge sheets are available at  the following locations: Bank of  Montreal, CIBC, Canada Trust,  Bank of Nova Scotia, IGA, Peoples Drug Mart, Pharmasave,  Shoppers Drug Mart and Superstar.  For more details or information call 688-4611 or 1-800-  665-8369.  LOGS  WANTED  p  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  C&e Coloration of t&t  ���Bigtritt of ��>ecl)clt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Socholt, B.C. VW 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fax: (604)685*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice to all  Now Businesses  Please be advised that you mint have a  license to carry on your business anywhere  within the District of Sechelt. This law also  applies to those carrying on "Home  Occupations".  If you do not have a business license for  1993 and apply now, the fee will be prorated for the remainder of the year. For  further information contact Sue Spurgeon,  Bylaw Enforcement Officer at 885-19)36.  Houseboats and/or  Floating Homos  Prohibited  Please take note that a provision of District  of Sechelt Zoning Bylaw 25 prohibits the  "placement or occupation of houseboats or  floating homes on tidal or non-tidal waters'"  anywhere within the boundaries of the  Municipality. For further Information contact  Sue Spurgeon, Bylaw Enforcement Officer  at 885*1986.  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  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.  tf&a community  _  haltmoon kapponki��s  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The Konopasek family of  Redrooffs Road has just  returned from a five week stay  in Britain. Francis and Elizabeth, together with their four  daughters spent a wonderful  holiday travelling in a rented  motorhome.  The purpose of the visit was  to attend the wedding of a family   member,   an    affair which devel-  ~~ '  oped into a three  day celebration.  The wedding took  place in Wales and  had   a   Scottish  theme throughout.  complete with kilts ______  and bagpipes.  Professor Konopasek took  the opportunity to spend some  time at King's College, Cambridge, from which he had graduated some years ago.  Elizabeth was surprised to  discover that the transportation  system and other facilities were  sadly lacking in their wheelchair  accessibilities. They found that  Canada is away ahead in dealing with the handicapped. Their  youngest girl Ula requires a  wheelchair while travelling. A  hearty welcome home.  Familiar names  Recently a comment was  made by a former Redrooffs  resident that she was no longer  familiar with any of the names  of Halfmoon Bay people mentioned in our local newspapers.  It is certainly true that we no  longer know everyone else in  the area. The population has  grown so rapidly that this is no  longer possible.  This week, however, I decided to pick up on some familiar  names from an extract of a Halfmoon Bay column in August of  1973 by Mary Tinkley, now  Shannon, as follows:  Halfmoon Bay swimming  classes wound up a successful  Tbe wedding took  place in Wales  and bad a  Scottish theme  season lasl Friday with a beach  party at Cooper's Green. Children who passed their tests  were: beginners Carrie Trous-  dell, Sonja Jorgensen, Stephanie  Murphy; juniors Sherry Jorgensen; and intermediate Louise  Murphy and Sandra Jorgensen.  The classes were sponsored  jointly by the Lions Club and  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission.      Pam  Gross of Sechelt  was      swiming  instructor.  The day of the  beach party was  cool enough for  running of races  _______  to    warm    the  swimmers after  their tests. Children who  received prizes for litter pickups  were Lance Parish, Carrie  Trousdell, Sonja Jorgensen,  Danny Hemstock and Billy  Trousdell.  The beach party was organized by the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Commission, whose  chairman Barbara Laakso was  assisted by the following mothers: Jean Trousdell. Erna Cole,  Lisa Hemstock, Lee Walker,  Judy Parish, Peggy Connor and  Lynne Jorgensen.  Thank you to Mary for passing on and allowing me to use  the material from 20 years ago  in Halfmoon Bay. Most of the  names mentioned are still in the  area and are known to many  readers, while some have  moved on.  There are many such interesting items in these past  columns which shall gradually  be included in future colums.  For current events it is slill  necessary to hear from readers,  particularly now that various  organizations in the community  are due to start up again in the  fall. Call me any time and 1  shall be glad lo include your  announcements.  Beatrice  Davies and  daughters  Shannon  Wallace  (len)a  Grace  Hunter  exploit a  West  Sechelt  blackberry  patch.  Joel  Johnstone  photo  by Pat Thibodeau, 883-2028  This week's theme for the Fun Program is  foods and now that the blackberries are ripe  we will be making some jam and/or jelly. If  enough people are interested and bring a  couple of small canning jars from home. Last  week's highlight was catching a few fish to  make fish prints (since they were too small  for a meal).  Cook family reunion  From Wednesday, Aug. 11 on members  of the Cook family began arriving in Egmont  for a grand total of 63 people, all descendants of Clarence and Lena Cook who had  originally settled here. They arrived from as  far away as Bainbridge Island in Washington  State and as near as Dark Cove on Nelson  Island and next door to where the gathering  was held. At one point there were 20 vehicles and nine tents accommodating all the  family, many of whom hand' met before and  some had not seen each other for 20 years.  The youngest family member attending was  two weeks old and the eldest, 74 years.  Main events at the reunion were held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 15 and 16 with the  last visitor leaving on Tuesday. The family  enjoyed the event so much that another is  planned for next year at a different location  to accommodate family members who were  unable to attend this year.  Egmont Lions Club  At the last Lions Club meeting on Aug.  12, members decided to hold a hot dog and  fish burger sale at the head of the Skookum-  chuck trail on Saturday, Aug. 28 starting at  10:30 am. Proceeds form this go toward worthy community projects or to help out individuals ad families in times of need. The  Lions Club's efforts have ben greatly appre  ciated in our community. The next meeting  will be held on Aug. 26 and anyone interested in joining is invited to attend. Call Tina  883-2934 or any member for more info.  Tina Ramsey would like to thank Bill  Best for his help on the Skookumchuck park  trail clearing fallen trees.  There have been several bear sightings  recently along the Skookumchuck trail (and  in my driveway). The salal and blackberries  are ready ad the bruins are getting their fill  and fueling up their fat supplies for winter.  Egmont glimpses  (Through Steve Lampman's eyes) - cruising near Harvey and Jennifer's near Earls  Cove in his Boston whaler and suddenly  catching sight of the movement of a mature  eagle in flight at eye level, so near he could  hear the sound of its wings stirring the air  over the sound of the motor.  m\imm$x��*&  mA COW"**"1  411 IN-STOCK APPARH. MM0 SELECTED ffOMf fASHIOMS MM OM  HIM IH THE SUM SAU CATALOGUE (pmz im, 297.335)  SmHQStSlimERSmUimOOUlm^^s^mm  tare tt'-ii r? Tf'-f-ri  lOTOMIOtt __l_t  lm~WW^F^m\mT~Wmmim_^R   BVW<^V  20'. 22' & 24'  Gently used models  886-9028  v-F .*ii|P|(P|||P!^#---,     _*fe  "Hip Hop Clothes  We Have Them  ��*5*W>  HELP THE  Donation!   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Richler  and was Ihe first speaker to sell  out at Ihis year's Festival of the  Written Arts, drawing eager fans  like junkies in search of a literary fix.  Some were probably lured by  the promise of hearing a bona  fide greal of Canadian literature  expound on what it means to be  a writer.  Others might have come to  see if the man equalled his  omnipresent reputation for  insight, humour, passion and  brilliance. Slill others must have  calibrated their interest toward  question and answer period.  Whatever the reason for  wanting to see and hear Morde-  cai Richler, there could not have  been many who didn't feel  somehow let down - Richler  spoke with Ihe enthusiasm of a  politician announcing his resignation. It's not that he didn't  have much to say, it was the  uninspired monotone with which  he said it.  Richler began his presentation, reading from index cards,  with an occasionally humorous  title about the trials and trifles of  starting out in the 1950s literary  world.  He described, with leasers of  wil, the incredible amount of  time North American writers  were expected to put into push-  Mordecal  Richler  contemplates a  question at the  Festival of  Written Arts  Pavilion  Sunday  afternoon.  Joel Johnstone  photo  ing and peddling their works  through book signings, radio talk  shows and public appearances.  His body language and tone,  however, suggested he no  longer appreciates the potential  humour of such situations ... he  won't years from now be chuckling about his presence at the  1993 Festival of the Written  Arts.  Following the filing of his  index cards, Richler embarked  on a lengthy reading from his  book Joshua Then and Now,  selecting segments spirited  enough to have revived a fading  crowd had they been read with  the appropriate emotion.  Richler rounded the afternoon  off with the traditional audience  interchange, but even that floundered as those gathered were  either too numbed or intimidated  to generate much exchange.  The applause at the end of it  all was loud, but one had the  feeling, after a bit of reflection,  that it was Richler's reputation  that piggy-backed him through  what could have been a justifiably embarrassing ending. The  Festival of the Written Arts,  however, is still building its reputation and efforts like Richler's  can only weigh heavily.  Anderson charts trials of magazine career  by Caitlin Hicks  Doris Anderson, the girl who  was raised to be good, nice,  impossibly clean and not to lead  any parades, spoke slowly but  confidently at the Festival of Ihe  Written Arts about a life filled  wilh parades she has led. Summarizing her achievements in  anecdotal form, a picture of an  intelligent and gutsy woman at  i large in a pre-feminist society  I emerged.  I     Starting with the expectations  ' she Was'raised with: "That I  would grow up and get married  to a nice man and have children," Anderson quipped. "The  children I could understand.  This piece of advice was gravely  flawed." Looking around at the  role models who were advising  her she noticed: "The men were  missing. In my child's mind I  had to do it another way."  And she did. From features  editor at a university paper, she  moved to Toronto in the postwar period from one minor job  to the next. "W.O. Mitchell was  the fiction editor of MacLean'.t,  where as a freelancer, she wrote  two "boy meets girl - cute stories" before she was offered a  job in the copy department. Here  it was made very clear to her  that shc would never be allowed  to write, only lo correct the  spelling errors of writers such as  Pierre Berton and Sid Katz. "It  sounded so bad, I turned I  down."  At Chatelaine, she got a job  in Ihe advertising/promotion  'It was a time when it was not even  legal to have an abortion if the  woman's life was endangered'  - Doris Anderson  department. In six months she  went to the editorial side where  once again "Ihey tried lo turn me  into a copy editor, checking  somebody else's writing. I  resisted this. Within six years I  was editor." Bul as with many  women's stories, there was a  catch.  It was two weeks before she  was to be married and the editorship at Chatelaine was vacated. Floyd Chalmers, MacLean s  president, informed her lhat they  were going to appoint another  person - a man, since that was  the tradition - and besides  Anderson was going on "to be a  hostess and a mother." She  threatened to quit. "They gave  me the job, but not the title, until  I had my son and returned to  work." Anderson wenl on lo edit  the magazine for the next 20  years, publishing "a whole range  of stories that the mainstream  press didn't know existed."  Under her guiding hand, the  first story in North America on  battered babies was published in  Chatelaine in 1960. "We had a  tough time getting it published,  but I kept seeing stories about  parents scalding, beating, killing  their own babies and I thought,  we punish people who treat dogs  and cats cruelly." Bul, she  added, "Canadians didn't want  to face lhat. We, as a society  weren't ready. It was a time,"  she reminded the audience,  "when it was not even legal to  have an abortion if the woman's  life was endangered."  The most inspirational story  .was how things can change for  women, unexpectedly. In 1979,  as president of the Canadian  Advisory Council on the Status  of Women, she resigned when  the government cancelled a conference on the Charter of Rights.  Her resignation sparked the 'Ad  Hoc' conference which eventually resulted in Section 28 of the  charter, confirming the equality  of women and men. "American  women have been trying to get  this in the form of the Equal  Rights Amendment since 1923.  We have it."  Her most recent book Unfinished Revolution, chronicles Ihe  status of women in 12 countries  and puts Canada just above the  US in real gains for women in  industrialized countries. "We  shouldn't be comparing ourselves wilh the US," she said.  "They are at the bottom of any  comparison.  "There's a better way to do  il. Some European countries are  doing it very well," she concluded, "and we should be following  them."  CBC Chamber Ensemble  sparks visions, emotions  by Roxanne (iregory  Conductor Arthur Poison and  the 22-member CBC Radio  Orchestra Chamber Ensemble  played to a near capacity crowd  as the Festival Concert Series  wrapped up Sunday night.  Carl Maria Von Weber's clarinet quintet arranged for strings,  Opus 34 and 48 featured clarinet  soloist Gene Ramsbottom. The  allegro movement opened with  streams of impassioned strings  accompanied by leasing clarinet  solos, as if nymphs and satyrs  were surprising hidden lovers in  a mythic forest.  Rondo, Allegro Giojoso was  dynamic, riveting, evoking  scenes of horse-drawn carriages  careening through mountain  passes then down into patchwork  valleys of soft country lanes.  Sifonietta Opus 32 for Strings  by Nicolai Miaskovsky was a  Russian winter of sounds.  Moscow 1930 was heavy,  almosl adversarial, provoking  visions of Russians seeking shelter from the storm.  By far the best works of Ihe  evening were the Virelai, 1988  for clarinet and strings by  Patrick Curdy and Gustav  Hoist's St. Paul's Suile 1913.  Virelai's variations began  with an intense discordance  which ebbed into an exquisite  violin solo by Campbell Trows-  dale and clarinet solo by Ramsbottom. The pain and pathos of  the piece was extraordinary with  an eastern influence reminiscent  of European interpretations of  the sounds of 12th Century  seraglios and violin lovers called  across forbidden walls.  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Sunshine Coast minor ball  teams were honoured with a special commendation by Gibsons  council Tuesday after the town's  bantam and pee-wee all-star  teams won provincial championship tournaments earlier in the  month.  The Gibsons Peewee All  Stars, 11- and 12-year-old players, finished best overall in play  at a provincial tournament in  Newton on the BC day weekend  and earned the title of Lower  Mainland champions.  The Gibsons Lions Bantam  All Stars, 13 and 14 year olds,  swept their tournament in Vernon by winning all five games  and earning provincial double  AA status.  "It's a proud day for you and  a proud day for Gibsons," said  Mayor Eric Small in awarding  each of the players a town pin.  Gibsons minor ball  spokesman Graham Chapman  said the championships are a  first for local teams. "The bantams had never got past the first  pondorgolf  The Gibsons Lions Bantam all  round of the zones. They were  always in awe of the other  teams," he said.  And the peewees were not at  all confident earlier in the year.  "But they kept working harder  and it all gelled together," Chapman said.  Both teams maintained a  vigourous training schedule in  July, the bantams practising five  nights a week and the peewees  three nights. But Chapman said  in the end the story of the tour-  stars clinched the provincial title.  photo submitted  naments was pitching.  "There wasn't anybody who  could touch our pitchers. We've  got three or four solid pitchers  here on the Coast."  He also noted that the level  of coaching has improved: the  bantam squad was coached by  Peter DeBoer, Lance and Gary  Johnson and Joseph Juliano;  peewees were coached by Rob  Baba, Steve Skytte, Rick  Gamache and Graham Chapman.  by Wendy Haddock  Senior Men's Day Monday, Aug. 9  42 senior men palyed low net and the winners  were: 1st low net at 64 Jerry Holmes and Neil  Reeder; 2nd low net at 66 Dave Sloan, John Patch-  ett and Bill Jack; 3rd low net at 67 Bill Dean,  Dutch Haddon, George Reid, and Henry Merry;  4th low net at 68 Roy Lafave and Len Best; KP #3  George Reid; KP #6 Len Best. Guest Ray Dunlop  hit the hoop.  Ladles Day Aug. 12  The winners of the Nifty Niners two-day, nine-  hold championship were: low gross Shirley Grout;  low net Ellie Marcincowski; 3 Helen Granett; KP  #3 Joan Maginnis; KP #6 Ellie Marcincowski.  Pin Round was played by the 18 holers and the  winners were: low gross Moni Langham; low net  LaVerne Richardson; 2nd low gross Joyce Reid;  2nd low net Lois Haddon; KP #3 Cathy McQuitty;  KP #6 Wendy Haddock.  m-\  lfN  \w_w_w _u  ____________��______.  Up, up,  ��� pt Hk'- ^^sB ^m  and  away..  Turning for  f f_Ui_^X  good measure,  1   OBkwB-X      W*l  Dustin Guenter  Wl   rjO     H  A-MSS&t k  mm  works on his  Hh i g��     Hap  freestyle biking  ll  i  \^mllm\mmW _\m\t r_3  skills.  \_%m  Joel Johnstone  photo  \^_^__~vm_  ^_^_t_^m^_M,'^U  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  PttUWM Ib  OlafcMM. B, C,  Volume  IO  T"  fflxz ��oast  Pender Harbour  holds bis regatta  The ninth annual Regatta  of the Pentlur Harbour A'*  auntie Club was held on  f^atunliiy Aim. IS.  A large crowd of visitora  from up and down the Sun-  flfiini' Cnastwas on hand tn  witness the tunning of tin*  Various cventF. Clear warm  Mc.i'tier was the order of ilit*  Thi' Re^itt.. opened With  ;; ��lmrt ailtln-ss uf welcome  lay the Rev. .'anon Greene of  tne Columbia Coast Mission.  A parade of decorated boata  .followed nnd after tame the  crowning of lite Regatta  Queen in the person of Misa  Jessie Schoutar.  The swimming races wore  well contested and roanj  i-loRc finishes were recorded.  Vie ir-aiilis H-ereas follows;  REGISTRATION CUT-OFF  DRAWS PROTESTS  (jii  l���l  nude  l Su  r..i Simpson 'i Carol Biox ������  June Cameron.  Bmv, ii and umlci: I Velar  Leo 2 Woody llnycs ;i David  Wendland.  Girls Vi ami under; I Aii  fcnn Haoalmw 2 Jillian Eades  3 Hd.nn-' Simpson.  Bors 12 mwl under; l Kit  Taylor - Cordon Cumming  ���_ John Atkins.  Girls 13 and under: Catherine Bagshaw - ��� Bobbie  Merilee 3 Alison Bagshaw.  Boys 15 and under; 1 Cordon i'oirio 2 Charlie Lea  3 Chris Atkins.  Diving: Girls 12 and under;  1 Judy Drlnkwater 2 Dawn  i immlng :* Aliaon Bajihiu*.  Uoys 12 and under; l Pet,  cr l.ee 2 Kit Taylor a Data  Marston.  Ctrls Ifi rnd nutter; 1  Lynne Campbell i Bobbie  v-rilecs 3   Catlirine    Bag'  IS and under; l Gol-*  '������ 2 Garry AmUr-  ively Coriupo Conley  kes time out for fun even  ough she hats a Inlay sum-  er schedule, she nppcnrs  i CBC radin'a "Seaivh for  UllOlTOw", the new day-  ine serial, and Is familiar  television viewers across  e country lor ber regular  ���twnrancos mi "CM There"  mid   other CUC dra-  Book club  for Sechelt  It wu decided at the  meeiing of the Sechelt He-  neai ion Commission Aug.  18 to form a Book Reading  Club for the youngsters   in  thc area, attending grades  one to four. .Mrs VY. Toyilbet  vns appointed to head thi.*'  venture which "ill l�� conducted one   day encll week,  iirobably at the Elementary  School, Ii Is hoped that clubs  ma) lie formed In surrounding areas, to give ihe young*  ���ten the same opportunity  ss those in the *>��� nihility  Irate citizens ranged Gibsons atea Tuesday from  morn till night. They were  Irate because the regiatratj0n  place in the United Church  basement closed 21 hours  before its advertised time.  Many were left without having registered for the Sept.  Ifl vote.  The matter was drawn to  the attention of the Village  Commission Tuesday night  and llie commission decided  lt> write Mackenzie district  officials to find out why the  early closing had occurred,  Local officiuls say they were  told Mi close up at 5 p.m.  Monday night.  Commissioner Mylroie said  he had lieen approached by  some people who were quite  angry at the unannounced  closing down. They demanded their right to register  according to tne information  published by the registrar  of voters to close Tuesday  and not Monday.  Other business discussed  by the ami mission included  a letter fiom B.C. Electric  which stated the company  would continue the B.C.  Power Commission contract  for street lighting until it  expired in about a year  when a new arrangement  would l>e made.  Commissioners Crowhurst  ond Mylroie commented on  what they described us -unsanitary conditions at the  new Sylvia store and urged  that something be done  about it. Objection was taken to having foods displayed  too close to the ground in  front of the shop and also  to having goods displaye ou  the highway which is a-  gainst regulations.  Chairman Ritchie after con*  siderable discussion moved  that the various authorities  concerned in the operation  of the store be asked to  make their check and see  that -regulation* are ob-  >erveil.  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  Fair bigger success  than any previous one  The Sunshine Coast Fair  v.;;-*. ii bigger success ihis  yeai: -ban last, -Mrs I.e-  Feuvrc. secretary of the  commit lee lias announced.  Final figures on the financial side will nt lie available  until accounts have been  htltlud but financial returns  were well ahead of last year.  The raffle for the budgie  ami the cage was won by  Mrs E. Irfiwa of dibsons  wiih ticket S6 and the $G0  was won by A. Crowhurst  ml ith ticket 258. Poor prizes  numbered three but only  one was claimed, Bunny  Madden winning the $10  prize. Second prize goes to  ticket 314 ami third to 825,  Neither have l�� "> claimed,  .lean "it    of  school entries, of which  there were many more than  in previous years.  The junior poultry exhibits were excellent. Wyngacit  birds topped thc regular  poultry entries.  Many special displays ad  ded interest to the fair,  including the Indian bas*  ketry embroidery and crotchet work by the Native  Sisterhood fiom Set-helt,  special collections of Indian  work arranged for by Mrs  E, Warden of fender Harbour who nlsn displayed a  fine group of specimens of  Finnish  weavi ng.  Mrs H.E. Lalth of Ponder  Hurhour lonned some authentic Indian carving: Walaee  lhe salmon, Match the Goat.  Kutze���ce���te���-up the woo>'  worm (tcrrida*   ar'   Ho  o'- the ���  Mrs Stillwell nnd Mrs Bio-  nlcs of Halfmoon Bay. Shells,  star fish and wood were  combined to make Hiiinmls,  marine scenes and orna-  nienta of   a variety.  Totem Realty had arranged a fine display d'-THing  many scenes fiom the area  of the Sunshine Coaat and  parts of its history.  Beauty Aids were cxli;bi-  ted by a beauty counsellor.  Canadian Forest Products  had a display featuriag a  number uf iheir products  with brief distriptive paragraphs.  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Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    j  r    'industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  l      Mini   In  b-b S.II. 8-hJun. 10-j/  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you lell them  you found them in  s   The Coast News    j  SECHELT RADIATORS  I Complete Coating System Service Centre  S i i'i i *i i V'f tMT lift ������'~ v  Wt Rfpdl St RrpUic Raid, Hcalci Coirs, X,(.At Iwilu  I AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  w Uied Sc Rebuili ��� Pick up k Ddlvety   *  l l���LJi^iiu"  4319 S.C. Hwy. 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HWtHKHCY MWVW8 * WHIM  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  pons *oM&m  Renovations ��� Foundations  frame to lock up  and custom homes  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  DON FAIRHLRST 886-0964  Fastrac backhoe *  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ���WATER LINES CAT 411   4X4  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   886-8269  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Chrlatlanaen  ���86*8463 S8C7HR1  Glbtont, BC VON 1V0  fS. MADILL CONTRACTING 1  All typei ot concitt* work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  mwmmmmt  (Ha��llliwiHll)  CONtTRUCTION  RESIDENTIAL       COMMERCIAL  NEW HOMES, RENOVATIONS, ADDITIONS  FREE ESTIMATES     885-2887   LAURIE IAC0VETSKY  R.RaJ.S 36. C 25   ROBIRISCRilK   B.C.V0N1V0  SUNTEK  DEC KING      PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4366  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  __    The Coast News    j  HEATING  D & P CONCRETE  .IMAGING & FINISHING  Kr.iilnni.il and Commercial  ACI Ccrtlllcd  Denis Turcnne       Paul Dcsautcls  886-0340 885*5492  f  Century Rock  RiKk Walla    f'acuma  CranlltSle-aa   <ag*a a>A|A  land Clearing       885-3469  Erc,iS��"_-j    886-8053  Stump Rtmovd  SHs (NVMopiMnt  t_ , ���,   JRr&P exca'  V  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ot  FREE      commercial & residential rooling  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves -.ImZ  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses!  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  ..    The Coast News  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell Ihem  you found Ihem in  v   The Coast News    j  (f D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD?^  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  ^ After 5:00 pm 885-6261   JJ  A * T ENTERPRISES: Conatruotlon eervloee  Se-vr-r-r the Coesl Since IMS  . CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���������lilt  T. W0N0. ��OX TU, QIUONt, I.C. VON IVO  R & p  Construction  For all aspect, of residential construction  DavM- 8S6-2272  Swanson's  ���-' '"**--Rtj��ly-Mix Ltd.  ���   DkpMctl  _.��� AccouraU���,,���     FM     ���.  I    8M-96-S6 J |    885 -1333    11    885 2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd., Sarchelt, B.C.VON 3A0  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  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Sechelt  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION  n i f nnlfciiaaialai i i  FOUNDATIONS ��� FOAMING  , RENOVATIONS ��� ADDITIONS  FINISHING ' VINYl/WOOD SONG  ���MMlSnWAliTM^e��0��  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial,  Industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  CallM3-M02  ���kziAtuiH Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otters Ml line ot  Services with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  fDRYWALL SERVICE"  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 8864040  Renew Interior Decorating  Compiele Interior Design  Fm Eslimales on  Painling .Wallpapering  r-MJJ. Vinyl Siding-,  I SofPta, TAMA, Shutter**  CEDAR SIDINK  Fred fxR-ker  }   (la-ava Ma-aaaf-r*  aj-hune 88V606;  POBoxH96  Sa-chrll, B.C.  VUN jM)J  >�����  Fret EstlnaKs  886*7S71  Thomas Electrical Contracting  Reg Electrician .       _. SIM C4 8114  No 1/933        Jay TnOmaS   Gibiom, VON IVO  I Ken Blrkln��865-7487' Cell. 671*6411J  r Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CONTOUR  I    DESIGN  " Quality Supply & Installation   '  Ceramic Tile,. Carpel & Blinds  VSH0wn6OM85l HWY. 101-GIBSONS' B.C. a PH/FAX: 686*3191 .  ���vmi'scoNmucnoNLTD.  Custom homes ��� Small commerciol  Renovations ��� Forming ��� Framing ��� Finishing  Irv MMobtwNh 115-2774  Thank You 1  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  you found them in  .    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SyMafeUaO      M.&W     MidJt^3S0  5YEABSKGO  Stars and crew of the Beachcombers TV series took over the  Coast News office to film an  episode featuring Sal - the real  life wife of Robert Clothier  (Relic) as the newspaper's editor.  Renaissance man of science,  David Suzuki, enchanted and  educated Festival of the Written  Arts audience in Sechelt.  10 YEARS AGO  Council received two more  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  _t  HOME IMPROVEMENTS      ,,������,  VINYL & CEDAR SIDING     tk��mJ,m.cZal  _mm Mf-ftfi   hm, aas-3613  ��� Salt WaitGi Lkciicfc*  ��� Morel a*. Campsites ��� Wali'i T,i��l .  ��� Marine Repaiis        ��� Ice & Tai kle 883-2266  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Cellular  280-3378  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  ���JIM" us a call  883-6052  &  'uccaneer  Carina tf Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 985*7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 2i years  SALES ��� SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K t C Thermoglass &^_ **J^tt*u  Cobra Boats now  -m~.   .-.��*. V^.��-  In-Stock  PARTS  IANsHI):,*J  "outboards"  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you lell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    >  LANDSCAPING  -DE ROOS -  CHIPPING SERVICE  Why bum?  CHIP IT!  Whole tree chipper, tree falling &      -,      , Smla g,  remov.1, brush & lot clearing n   '   ..ana  ���     BILL 885-3918         COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Tht Sunthlnt  Goatt't Evlnrudt  Dailar  FUTWHH6:  THE Mi NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES \  mEvirmuDE  RUDE  COTTRELL'S I  Pnnnrituni  LAND8CAPI NO    ITR  OOC   COC/I   Prolessional ieslefi ent  VjOOQ-QgO*^ tauaUty Installation J  S & G TREE SERVICE  |*^<**Al Topping ��� Trimming ��Prunlno ��� Brush Chipper  fQfa* Danger Tree Removal  I  Bonded and Insured a 20 Years Experience  885-3897  MECHANICAL SERVICES  l*L ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING ANO FABRICATING a MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   urvmo TM fOREST. marine AMD coaa��THuc noaa INDUSTRIES  OH THf SUNSMNE COAST  HOWARD LANG ... .... cel  ��� ..aaattcao OiMOaiS 886-3231 M��*o*wy  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  MARINE SERVICES  f Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in i  :    The Coast News   j  ies|  m|  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  l' 731 North M., Qibeone 686-2918  letters protesting the rip rap  retaining walls built by two residents on Franklin Beach to protect their properties from erosion. Council voted to send all  letters received to Mr. Gilmore  of the Ministry of Lands Parks  and Housing who had recently  . ordered demolition of the walls.  Almost half of the 12-acre  playing field planned for Kin-  nickinnick Park had already  been cleared when park committee members and guests toured  the area on August 18.  Sechelt council voted a grant  of $200 to help cover the travelling expenses of those taking  part in the Sunshine Coasl entry  in last Saturday's PNE parade in  Vancouver.  1$ YEARS AGO  A proposal for a neighbourhood pub was put before Sechelt  council Wednesday. The Developer, Mr. P. McMullen told  council that he had made an  offer on property on the corner  of Teredo and Inlet, dependent  on both councils' and the liquor  administration boards' approval  of the project.  25 YEARSAGO  j Mayor Fred Feeney of Gibsons and Mayor William Swain  of Sechelt both like Premier  Bennett's policy of assuming 75  percent of sewage treatment  plant costs on top of a two mill  cost to ratepayers.  30 YEARS AGO  An architect's sketch was  shown last week depicting how  Ihe new premises for the Bank  of Montreal's Gibsons branch  will look when completed.  Manager Edward Henniker  said the new bank will have an  area of 2,100 square feel and  will include a streamlined  counter with space for three  tellers.  35 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coasl Fall Fair  was opened in front of the  school hall by A.E. Ritchie,  chairman of the Village Commission.  40 YEARS AGO  The first car accident of  downtown Gibsons took place  on Friday, August 14 when two  vehicles collided near Totem  Realty. One of Ihe drivers, who  had just taken possession of a  new used Chevrolet, was travelling soulh on Marine Drive  when the accident occurred.  45 YEARS AGO  Gibsons moved into its new  telegraph and telephone office  on Ihe properly of H. Winn on  August 10. The prefabricated  structure is Iwo stories high with  room downstairs lo accommodate equipment and lots of storage space.  VINYL SIDING  VinylS Aluminum Windows 'Aluminum Ratings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Aft Comings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885*4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  From London, Ontario  Englandjfr   J '���-1-  ALLIED  The CareM Movers  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  hometown In Canada, choose Allied. 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Tide Tables Courtesy of  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday August 24,1993  7:00pm  Sunshine Coast Art Auction  7:30pm  Stitches in Time  Laurel Suko loos at the history of the needlecraft on Ihe Coast.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking - "Just Potatoes"  Wednesday August 25,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking - "Chicken Three Ways"  7:00pm  Healthy Eating is in Store for You  Join Nutritionist Dania Matiation for a healthy shopping trip.  7:30pm  Three Square Miles  A guided tour of the old-growth forest in The Caren Range.  8:00pm  Bees - Beekeeper Frank Holmes looks at the business of bees.  9:10pm  Joan Thompson Warn...A Retrospective  Thursday August 26,1993  7:00pm  Arts Update for September  Host Chuck Tkachuk visits Bradley Hunt  7:30pm  Marbled Murrelets Nest  Join the friends of Caren and celebrate the discovery of the only  known active marbled murrelet nest.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking - "Working Day Main Dishes"  8:30pm  Sunshine Coast Art Auction  Sponsored by South Coast Ford  CUP & SAVE  O bc ferries Schedule  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  620 am  8:30  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:20 M  10:10'  M ��� dtnoHi  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pm  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Eerie Cove Leave Saltery Bay  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  ���FiMg-MjMaliytl  Hoi. Mondiyt onty  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:20 ���  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  1:30*  5:45 am  3:30 pm  7:35  5:30 M  9:30 M  7:30  11:30  9:20  Irom Jun. 25 -Sa*jl 7/11  fcyavtctSai,  la*aw E��aT,Co����r,>0 pan. la*mS����a>i** Bay 1:1a* pm  CQASCTEWS  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDER Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified aa* *t5 times  and pay for- only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  en Gibsons &  " Sechelt Offices  Homes Sa  Property  Lot ��53, Cypress Cres., Woodcreek Park. Gibsons. Quiet cul-de-  sac. Area ol new homes. By  owner. $79,900. Phone 886*7625.  13601  Tillicum Bay, 1 bdrm house, 950  sq. tt. on 60x190 lol steps away  Irom marina on Naylor Rd. Recently renovated, Ireshly painted, n/c.  $109,000 obo. 885-4212.  I36cn  CLEARWATER, BC  Thriving 80-seal restaurant, 50  seat pub and new 3 bdrm house  on Yellowhead Hwy. Privale sale.  Must see to believe! $360,000. Call  1*674*3636. I35cn  WANTED TO BUY  Retirement cottage for one, on a  nice lot. Willing lo pay up lo  $120,000. Call 886-3366.  #35cn  1'2 acre lot, 62 Lohn Road, oil  Redroolts, level treed. $65,000  firm. 926*7735. ��34w  Lot lor sale on Deerhom in Sandy  Hook subdivision. 90x186' Spectacular view lot. looking up Sechelt  Inlet. 885*2213 or 1*942-5096.  Leave message ��34cn  5 bdrm house with hardwood and  slate floors throughout on private  .6 acre in Roberts Creek.  $259,000. Call 885*2253. No  agents please. ss  New mobile home sites. Ikelon  Park al Roberls Creek. Commonwealth homes. Chilliwack, BC. Call  collect 792*4676. ��34w  3.300 sq. tt. plus double garage,  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 baths, 3 FP's, partial  view. Gibsons. $279,000. 866*  7738. ��36w  Homes 8a  Property  Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek, 2 acres  plus shakemill building, $180,000.  8864651 or 866*2240.   ssf36w  2 bdrm. 4 yr. old, easy maintenance walking distance lo all  amenities, in Sechelt. 666*9979 or  ���34w  Four bdirn home plus 1 Mrm suite,  Wesl Sechelt, excellent investment, $145,000.885*5764.     St  Cost! Rica 2.5 acres w/view.  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical Iruil trees, minutes to  beaches. $22,500. Owner 883-  2450. ssl35w  1 or 2 barm, bright and well maintained mobile on small privale lol in  West Sechelt. $79,900. Call Ken  Shearsmithat NRS, 8854277.  ���34w  ANDERSON REALTY  * Ra-crMaton ��� ftottramtnt  FRKK  CATALOGUE  5686 Cownai SI. Box 1210  Sa-chM. BC.. VON 3AO  M 5-3211 FAX MMlaW  Van Toll FrM M4*e01l  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiel cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612 or 326-5534. ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  11  23  /rT>  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  a  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  XIDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  as  \            m  Child Care  37  Commercial for Rent  sa  ^^^^^j  Entertainment  For Rent  33  31  SB'  For Sale  ai  ***pps  Found  ii  Obituaries ���  3  Free  is  Personal  S  Furniture  80  Pels4 livestock  IS  . Garage Sales  17  Recreation  s  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  aa  Storage  3S  34  Thank You  s  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  ���w  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  34  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  as  Wanted to Rent  as  Mobile Homes  37  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  as  13  Engagements  Work Wanled  s  as  DROP OFFYOUB  Coast News  Monday Edition  H  Friendly  People Places  DEADLINE: IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place HH.Wal  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  I) & J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  :ADI_INE IS 5:00 PM THURSDAY  m     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind DocJuidc Pharmacy)  886*2622  llie smiling staff of thc Robe-is Creek General Store  WU iHpplT ��kc your classified ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Places!  1    Homes &  Property  SUNSHINE COAST: Redroolls ���  New 3 bdrm.. 2 bath rancher,  $150,000. Estate property, 2200  sq. It. luxury one level. $335,000  Sandy Hook view lot, $69,900.  Roberts Cieek acieage, $99,000.  Gibsons proposed 60 lots develop*  menl property, asking $32,000 per  lot bare land cosl. NRS Sechelt.  Bob Bull, toll Iree pager 1*979*  4499. I34cn  Five wooded acres. Langdale  area. Creek . some view.  $135,000 lirm. No agenls al all!  686*4714 SSI37W  2 yr. 1376 sq. It. home, 3 bdrms..  large lot. very dean, price reduced  to $169,900. 4054 Browning. Best  buy. Kerr-Forbes Realty 886-0557.  VIEW a INVESTMENT! Move in  and start LIVING! BRIGHT open  plan, master with ensuite/walk-in,  Watch the ships Irom new  sparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE1 1/2 acre Soames area.  $259,000.  S  Affordable 1/2 acre VIEW lot-sea.  islands, mins, U/G services,  $134,000. For details tall LOIS  MILLINGT0N, BELL REALTY  666*9206,926*7831 (24 hrs.).  ��35w  Senior couple selling owner built  home. Two F/B, 2 woodstoves,  elec. plus heal, open ceiling, 2  bdrms.. $85,000. Phone 863-9979  or 886*0767. ��5w  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1-351-4390  752 Hwy. 101,50x266 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house. $165,000 686*9049  ss  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating. 886*9764 or  ceill.��l-220*l52 tins  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jemisti Colonial, 3  tM'itft ^tmfrflP, 3  WM';<tai��agM|i."tMtno(.  FimdiMA imaxLME  0061,351*7866after8pm.     ss  48' x 330' ol prime low bank waterlront in Gibsons Harbour near Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be fixed up for recreational or rental use. Property zoned  Tourist Commeicial (C-2). Double  garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1*689*  7070. ss  MOBILE HOKE  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very dean,  newly painted I renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. tt. deck, Iridge 1 stove  Included, washer I dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $196. 866*8095. $39,900* Call to  view. tfna  |. David Callinjham avinild like  ki invih' yuu hi rail to -torus my  Rial I suil' rUianiiat* Srrvitr (ur  all yiiurnerds toiler  Profesikinal Peroral Servian  tvnrking for your best ii  Call: Office HW  HomeSSW4*S  Remember mt? Mt. Washington,  spring time, tobogganing, hot tub?  Please respond. Box "H" Coast  News, Sechelt, VON 3A0. Erin.  #35cn  LOVE  Ask in simple trust  And you shall receive.  All my love to everyone.  See you in my dreams.  Stephen ��36w  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship lor thou Dim  projecHt). Phone 966*2724,*34oi  Healthy middle-aged mtn enjoys  travel, hiking, Ssncing, quiet times  (N/S) would into mttt 4m unat-  tached lady 40 to 50 lor possible  longtime relationship. RR#1, Si*  11C-7, Qatxont, BC VON 1V0.  ���38*  SWM, 25, S/D, N/S, enjoy swimming, camping, lishing. motorcycles, wishes to meet lemale companion with same Interests - photo  appreciated but not necessary.  Reply Box 400, c/o Coast News.  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  M5a*  MARY KAY  otters a complete line ot skin ctre,  glamour products, sunscreen and  fragrances. Call today to book your  Iree facial. Yvonne 8864643.  ���36cn  SOUNDWAVES CHORUS under  the direction ol CHRYSTAL  UNRAU will begin their tall season  Sepl. 15. Wed. eves. 7*10 pm.  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME. For  into phone PAM 885*7502. ��36w  ATTENTION  WOMENS WORKSHOP SERIES  PART II  SEPT. 20 THRU NOV. 3  For information and regstration:  call 885^330 or 805-7170  Workshops are FREE  Childcare and Transportation  can be arranged.  M5cn  Local award-winning animttor  seeks sponsorship tor short film  project(s). Phone 8B5*2724.M4an  WANTED Lab X Newley puppy.  Cal Mtrtn 254*2128.       I35w  DOG CROSS  "Functional Foods"  ��� Arthritis  ��� AlUfgiti  ��� Sptckn-tiw  inmmmICNmm mm  brawl* hr tm, em A hem.  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  Used building materials in good  cond. . buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Material!, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 885*8889. Recycle 4  Save. tfn  Wanted - ussd ALTO SAX and  CLARINET, in good shape, teas  price. Call alt. 6pm 886*2215. ttns  Jmlt bplty  McHow.  ft iftimit Massage VhtrfM  bas Miimil lo herjmctke  al Gibsons IXtikiCenkr.  MMlMFor  Dominique i  ^School of Dance  During the week -r-'V  o.Aug��it9-14,*-#^J>  myanwnlng ,</\j  machine nulfuiKtlimcd by  ���ot recording messages. I  iipnliiglze for any Inconvenience Please call again,  886*2)46,  Thanks, lkimlnk|iie  Very cute baby lop-eared rabbits,  $10. Jane 886*7610.       I35cn  PYRAMI0 DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving.  Certified trainer. 886*2864.136cn  MoUacan Cockatoo wilh papers, 2  yrs. dd, hand trained, very affectionate and loves to be held. Cage  included, $2000 obo. 8650616.   t34w  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Dog I cat boarding. Dog training,  ���Science Diet' pet loods. 886-  th  IMMIGRATION TO CANADA  Visitors, relatives and friends living  in olher countries can apply lor  Immigration to Canada under the  following categories: Independent,  Sell-employed Entrepreneur,  Investor, Business, Assisted Relative. We handle all details. Fees  Irom $2,000.  For appointment or information call  7390225.  GLOBAL IMMIGRATION SERVICES - 101*1537 West Eighth  Ave., Vancouver. BC.      #34cn  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Environment  friendly Paints  in All Colours at   .f/t  aie Hainbow  ...Including Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Res. 885-50581  CLOWN SHOWS  GIGGLES i SQUIGGLES. Songs  with her guitar, balloon animals.  magic, puppets, lace-painting and  more. 663*2514. #34ai  _  NEW CONCEPT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lose up to 25 lbs In 1 month and  leel great. All natural. Doctor  approved. 100% guaranteed or  money refunded. Wendy 886-  3067. #37cn  6 DAYS-5 NIGHTS  CHUCK WAGON, HORSE BACK  RIDING TRIP  Starting at Medow Lake, finishing  up in Williams Lake. Two lishing  lakes. Travelling through the two  biggest cattle ranges in BC. 10  miles of wild horse range, beautiful  scenery. 886*2205. I34w  Sunthlnt Coatt TrantHlon  Houtt.  A sale place for women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour seivice. 865*2944 Hn  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 865*4622 lor help,     nc  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917 tins  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  686*7883,24 hour line. tin  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available day or evenings. Adults,  high school and elementary students. 886*8466. #34w  Does someone In your tamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  866*9903, 885*7484, 886*9059.  Al-Ateen 866*2565 or 885*7484.  IK  5 h. 6 in. Mason and Risch grand  piano, new hammers, excellent  condition. $5,200.885*3782.��34cn  Piano Tuning  _\.    ��� repairs  j4W^ ��� 4ppral��al>  Ktn Dalgleish  886*2843  Alto saxophone, exc. cond., Y-23  Intermediate-beginner, $595. 883-  9230. I36w  Rare, keyboard tnd voice lessons  in your home. 886*9630.   ��37cn  Bass guitar and amp, $150 firm.  886-2163. I34cn  Experienced piano teacher accepting enrolment lor tall. Children or  adults. Phone 886*7896 alt. Aug.,  19. ��35w  Experienced bass player required  for all original band. 883-2669.  #34w  Webber upright piano, good condition, $500.886*7153.        I36w  Christian bind requires bassist ���  serious commitment. Strious lun,  no beginners please. Call Gord  885*7165 or Giant 885*1925.��35w  Household goods, hobby material,  collectors, camping, garden,  books, Sat. S Sun., Aug. 28 > 29,  1-3pm, no early birds. 1216 Paggio  Rd., Rbts. Ck., rain orshine.��34w  Household contents, some old,  some new. Aug 29,9 * 4,1501 B  Gower Point. Follow arrows.#34w  NEWT0GIBS0NS  ?Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  ' Permanent k sate removal (4  unwanted hair  a latest in aampui-Ti/eat thermolysis  ibla-nJmelhmis  a Cairnplimentary 10 min.  inlnajaiction  a Certifieal Bectrialygisl  * F.vening apfHunlments available  * Privacy of home baaeal studio  For appointment call 886-7756  Psychic consultant, phone Terry  for appointment, 883*1194. ��36cn  Know Thyself! Your life is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by Dometria. For queries and appointments  885-0261. ��35w  Salt t peppar female cat. 1 1/2 yr  old, near Gower a Rd. and Kelly.  Answers to Kitty or Kelt. 886-  4527. ��34cn  Thank you for burying white/grey  cat at Jack's lane. 686*3610.M4w  1 pr. men's prescription glasses,  gold frame, tinted lenses In black  case, between Rbts. Ck. along  Highway 101 to Port Mellon. 885-  7448. I34w '  Car key (1) Toyota attached to  cork case in Sunnycrest Mall.  lower Gibsons dock. Call collect  266-8212. #34w  Prescription sunglasses, clear  Irame, turquoise cate, Sechelt  area. 685*6179. U4w  Wallet -dark blue eelskin wallet in  Gibsons tret, ts long it one  month ago. Sue 666*2622.   ths  Seniors grey leather purse with  wallet 4 ID t gold framed reading  glasses it Porpoise Bay. 888-  0900. #34w  Baking, sailing or tumilure refinish-  Co.lt Rle. 3 bdm,. house in  i^6^^6 **��*  Tango Mai Beaffi t Golf Country  amm* I*-*---"? ���-'���>���'  Club. All amenif es, $400M. 883*  2450. ��37w  Beautiful log cabin deluxe. Above  Christina Lake. Sleeps 9, dish*  washer/laundry. For retreat or family gatherings. By day/week. Rels.  447-6642. 13401  CHRISTMAS IN LONDON  $697 (��� tint) Trtvel by Dec.  11th. Janet, English Bay Travel.  687*8785or922-1426.     13401  Beyond,  WRAPHIX  ^p  ..mm,-..  FLYERS  ���for AIL VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  0All885-0244  BRAVO DANCE ACADEMY  Instructor Jit Kirk, tap, jazz - ballet classes. Ages 4 ��� adult. Reg.  Sept. 2, Kinsmen Hall, 6 ��� 9 pm.  886-4946 or 886-4890 for inio.  ��35cn  Tennit racket found it Dougil  Park, 886*4869. ��34cn  14 karat gold charm, IDA drug*  store, 885*2863. 434w  Ladies watch on School Rd., July  25. Al*1886*9041. I34cn  Purebred cocker spaniel puppies  torsale.886-2110. ��6cn  Reg. 1/2 Artb yearling filly by  muWdampion S.S. Trinity. Excellent tndunnce/show/pletiure  prospect. Jenttne. 886*7778.  I36w  Bert & Diane Venyl  are pleased to announce  theetigagetnentof  their son Mark lo  Karen BudgeU  of Labrador.  The wedMng Intake place  ]untl99*inTomito.  EACLE RIP0E  vnHUNARY HOSHTM  Saiving the  Sunshine Coast  tor over  10 YEARS  nMtoBgllK^SioM  885-5158  Propane ttove, any size. 885-  5444. 13601  2-person row boat In good condition. 686-3163. #36cn  Fiddlt or violin, any condition.  Phone DickBtaketnan, 886*7656.  ��� M5cn  An experienced knitter to finish  beginners project. Rease call 886-  7967 Anne Mule. #35w  Airtight woodslove ceiWied for use  ki mobile home. 885*6070. I35w  WinadtoUiyiHondaTOMWtrail.  Any year. Phone 883*2435.MScn  Ghetto-blas(er, music box, anything that can play music, must  have tape deck. Please hurry ���  Johnny Horton It sitting idle and  Chuck is getting upset. Cheap $$$  or free. Call 886*7355. leave message. It's lor a good cause,    tfn  Books! Frances Perry, World ot  Flowers ind my of Kay Green*  awty. 885*1959 or 865*7044.   ttfcn  Toyi in good condHon wtrM lor  dtyetre, especially construction  toys, riding toyi, play kitchen,  painting easel, outdoor play equipment. Utt 886*2203.        I34w  HetiiBd watchmaker needed lo fix  wind-up watch. 8850368.  I34w  Someone to make slip-covers lor  sohaido-alr.886-0435. 13401  Ltltover or recycled building mite*  ritH 8868165. #34w  30" Inglis range, white, good cond.,  $65,886*8875. *38cn  Kenmore portable dishwasher,  exc. cond., Energy Saver, $200.  8654660. I34cn  Beaumark 18 cu. fl. refrig., almond,  $200. Excellent cond. 686*7002.  ���35cn  22 cu. It. Kenmore freezer, 5 yrs.  old, almond, $300.686-0070.I35W  Washer t dryer, $200 ea. Good  wotting cond. 885-4049.   I36w  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges In very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 685*2224,  local 60. tin  Two couches, loveseat, one queen  size box spring and mattress, two  dressers. 886*4705.        M5cn  One Ikea clothing wardrobe, $100;  matching 6-drawer dresser with  mirror and 4-drawer tall dresser  set, $200. Phone 886*0433 Iv.  mess. i36w  AU NEW QUALITY  PINE* OAK FURNITURE  8-piece bdrm. set, $695; 6-drawer  chesl, $175; 7-drawer dresser 1  mirror, $375; 4-poster bedframe. 3  styles to choose from; TV armoire,  $295. All pine in a choice ol 4  colours. New queen tizt box  spring Imtttress, $299.  OAKFURHTURE  48x72 solid ttble I 6 chairs,  $1000; 42x60 solid table (a 6  chaiis, $925; hutch . buffet. $995;  5-piece dinette set, $596. All oik  available in light 1 dirk.  Come sm our wide ttltctlon it  Pltr 96. Bring this id tor FREE  tdmlttion. Call tnytlmt SMITH 13401  Hotwhttlt with rtdinet on Um 3 fatty chain; burl libit limp;  winttd by privttt eoltclor. 885* mahogtny dining tuile; regency  ���BOB. *��    game tat*. 885*5518      BSw  Fiwti hnmgmwn turktyt lor ests,  12*16 hi, dnmd, KXIb. 888-  881& ��8��  Honebick riding, horn shoeing,  horse traitor lor rant, Wttttrn  men  WtnMtonrtSpmtiMltlor  mri, prlvat Me dnwtng dtsw.  possibly Wednesday evenings  Mutt bt reasonable. 886*2622  d^sAirti. flnt  Leather tod bed, $1200; leather  red., $400; collee table, $200; leak  bdrm suite, $1800; oik intique  dining let, $500; patto furniture,  $25; oak inter, unit, $500, chiln  We metke/unsMurt.  Wi am <k> tbe bard parts  If you an making  your own.  PUtnmg,)otming,  t.svmg.Jome-y  TIM CLEMENT  eaa-aaia  1044 Stamounl Way. Gibauxia  itWay.Giba  ��a*aanaaval  1974 Volkswagen Bug. Was running, U-htui away. 685-0676 or  685*4660. ��34w  Bathtub, good cond., U-hajl away.  885-9591. ��34w  Aluminum canopy lor economy  truck. 8B5O660. ��34w  I'm black 1 beautiful. 6 wk. New*  loundland/Huskey X lemale. Free  to loving home with space, kids ok.  Please call 886*0044 or 885-8826.  ���34W  Great present-antique Dutch wall  dock, copper face and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.886-  7307 a  Loveseal solabed, rust colour.  666*3592. ��36w  Aug. 28 - 29 It 10 am ��� 3 pm,  1038 Fairview Rd., Gibsons.l34w  GARAGE SALE  Sunshine Coast Home Support  Society welcomes your donation  lor their garage/bake sale. Items  can be dropped off at Kirkland  Cenlre, 4602 Simkins Rd. in Devis  Bay Tuesday through Thursday 9 -  4. For pick up or questions, call  Barb 816854855. 036cn  GARAGE SALES  Conduct your garage sale the easy  way .. bring your items to the  Reform Parly's Super Bargain  Bam _ Flea Market now open in  the old Stedmans building In  Sechelt. We will sell it lor you and  you gel 80 per cent ol Ihe proceeds (some exceptions) or you  may renl a table by the day and  staff il yoursell. Cal! 885*6824 lor  ���3501  0Mb* Mil, It I** CW.M- ��w, $250; gas weedetttr, $200.  73Bkr.lllM. Im    865-0636 Ar 6 pm       13501  Rocket recliner EL-Ruts A-1,  $375; Electrolux upright  carpet/floor vacuum, $250; Australian jacket, lull length oilskin,  black, $135; (2) htxagon tnd  table, $70; 5-dnwer dresser, perfect. $75. Phone 885-0362.136cn  Prolessional Johnson stair climber,  9000 air system with computer,  paid $650, asking $500.885-4019.  ���36w  Insulated stove pipes, new, $60  ea.; sell-contained kitchen unit for  boat or trailet, ind. sink, tank, alcohol stove, $390.885-4109. ��36w  Giant "Sedona* ATX chrc-moly 16'  mountain Dike, ridden once. 885-  9565. ��36w  New trusses, 24 It. span with engineering, 3:12 pitch, $800. Call  Dave 883*9551. I35w  Full head mount Waek beer rug lor  sale or trade for guitar, violin or  wWy. 885*4839. ��36cn  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality split alder firewood cut  to any length. Full cord $95 dus  delivery. Pender Haibour, uchelt,  Gibsons. 865-0340. ��36cn  Two queen beds, $1X ea.; boy's 6  sp. mountain bike, $85; child's 2  wheel bike, $25; Silkle Bantam  rooster, $5.886*7372.      ��36w  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable,  call Doug 885*5070. ��36w  Fresh salmon - phone Tim 885-  4818 #36w  16" Bandtaw, Delta, with stand,  extra blades, $425.886*3490.  SM37w  Brand new 2-pc. twin bed with  metal frame, $225 firm. 886-7375.  43401  Inglis W4D, good cond., avocado,  $150 or Irade lor VCR. 885*2668.  fetal  3-pce. chesterfield suite, $250;  table lamps, oddments. 6854850.  I36w  Wood windows, asst. sizes, single  pane, suitable lor cottage or shed.  $35 -$100.8868875.      I36cn  Nintendo: NES13 games, 5 accessories, pkg. deal, $250;  rollerblades, men's 6, $50. 886-  8746. 13601  Or trade: large 3-shelf maple  hutch, 68'x52'x18-. Will trade for  small hutch, 24*28' wide. 886-  2592. ��36w  5'x3' drafting table, $75; 2-dnwtr  letter size filing cabinet, $50; Nava*  ho CB radio base sel w/antenna,  $125; TV table, $10.686*2561.  I37cn  Monarch concrete mixer, 5.5 cu.  It, 1 yr.. $425.8858275. ��36cn  FU a neat little home on your property without the hassle or expense  of building. Modular 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 returning to England,  $34,000,886-2513. ��7cn  Flying Dutchman dinghy, $2300;  Papasin chair, $60; Ikea music  table, $30; fireplace accessories,  $60; table. 4 chairs, $100; gas barbecue, $75; ping-pong table, $40.  885*7837. #35w  HELP Reduce garbage m the landfill. Set up your own worm composting system with RED WIG-  GLERS. 685*7682. I35w  MOVING-need to sell: 3 pc tola  chair 4 loveseat, blue grey floral,  $600 obo; 4 tt. oik finish  mlcrowavt stand, $80; hand  carved Asian chess set w/wooden  table, $80; 50s style chrome table  1 leaf, $20; 2 tibUt, 1 octagon,  $20 ta.; computer cask, oak Infeh  hutch, good cond., $150; matching  oak finish roller work tatte, $80,  china cabinet, $40; monitor  monoctome Dttatran V242A, $40;  microwave door plexy brake, $25.  Will pay for smaller microwave.  866*6857. ��5w  Caribou antlers, matched tit,  $500 896*2280. #35* Coast News, August 23, 1993  15  SUMMER SPECIAL  2x4 M< l/F 2il ,4S< ./.  ���M4SU/F 2x10.804 L/F  plywood $ tell  PACTORY OVIRRUNS:  Exterior French Doors ��� Pair prehung dbl. glazed  ��� 15 lile bevel trpl. glazed  ,    .   ,    L , *295.00eo.  Inltnor trench doors ��� your pick $99.00 ea.  .Metal dad 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 stock.  QUANTITIES UMITED  SUNCO MCYCUO BUILDING MATERIALS LTD.  SMS WHARF ��. SECHELT 185(819.  22  Heavy  Equipment  Cat (55 track loader $7,000 obo.  886-7727. SS  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  886*2548 a  1981 Honda trt*, sunrool, AMrt-M  cassette, many new parti. $800  obo. 865-6352. I36cn  '79 LTD2, needs some work,  $300.886*8759 att. 6 pm. #37cn  Camaro Z28 owners!! Now selling,  complete drive train. 350,4 bolt  main, Borgwtrntr, tuper T10  trans, GM 10 bolt. Rear w/new  poil-clutch ptk. Whole tyttem  completely rebuilt, leu than 500  miles. Too much stuff to list. Serious enquiries only $2500 lirm.  Must be seen! 665-3251 evee.  ���34*  '12 8 It. Horizon w/oirs. Ntw  $2500. Asking $1000 obo. 886-  0768 #35cn  19.6' Silveriine Cuddy, 188 Mtr-  cury motor ft outdrive, good oond*  1968Che,Celebrity Etao^ IMffitSl'���� *nt780ft'8M(Bt      t3acn  ��* W* 8S54281.MDL J^JSMW  Y��"*.850LXW.v*u���ar��  8884206. I37cn    ����� Good cond. $4500 obo. 686-  13601  Pegasus deluxe walker, unused,  excellent condition, $200 obo.  986*7366. t35w  York 7000 weight bench w/2 bars  ���nd lots ol weights, $175 obo.  895*4606 tfHf 5pm.       13501  Seasoned aider tnd maple lite-  wood, $75 p.u. load. 865*4805  *Hir5pm,    #3501  Will unit, oak laminate, approx. 6  It high x 5 It. wide. Asking $125.  8858834. 13501  Atborite kitchen table w/extre leaf  and 4 ptddedswivd chairs, $165:  baby carriage, $35; two swig  lamps, gold and black thtdes  w/glisi baubles, $45 at, is new.  865-4831. 13501  B.S.A. 7 mm mag. w/3x7 Bushnell  Remington mountain rifle. 7x57  w/2 1/2 power Bushnell R.C.B.S.  Retotding system w/2 sets of dies.  Lymin case trimmer and case  tumbler. Bushnell 10x30 spotting  scope. F.AC, required. 885-4650.   M5cn  2 polished brass, 5 bulb vanity  Ught bam, decorator bulbs Ind. as  mw, $30 es. 885*2695.    13501  Antique wood burning cook stove.  $600,685*3506. ss#36cn  New spa, 6 person, 7 jets, 2 massage lets, cedar skirling, 11/2 hp,  spt pick, $3500.885*4037.H35cn  30' white cent, clean range, $95; 2  air randrBoner window units, $150;  used carpel, 6x10 gdd, $25,6x13  roM/betgt, $35, offers. 886-9649.   I36cn  Sony, 1/2" VCR, 4 heeds, $250,  call 886*2622 ask lor Annie, tins  Rltchey stem w/moustache handle  ban, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 686-2622, ask  lorAnnie. tins  Fisher airtight wood burning stove,  very efficient, 885*7152. 1977  Dodge Maxl Van, low mileage, top  condition, 665*7152.       ��35cn  TOPSOIL  Rich quiWy top toll by the tin*  dm dump-truck no.  Latgdtlt*RobirtiCnekS250  Roberto Cmk-Divii Bty $275  Dtvls Bay Haltmoon Bay 1285  Whlh quantities lut CHI W.D.  Eidvitlng, 9964794 or cell. I  1-220*1526. tint  Kayak double, Nimbus Seafarer,  exc. cond. with sprayskirts, $2450;  Feathered paddle, $75; Mac  SE2.5 MG ram ext. 40 MG HD  with 40 MG tape B/U, 5 tapes, fax  modem, all Apple, $1795; cedar  doghouse, med. sized dog, $75;  desk lamps Z light, $25 ea. 885*  2995 I35w  Baby stroller for sale, exc. cond.,  $125.886*2802. I34w  Girl's mountain bike; car top shell;  ���lum. 8' ladder, $75 each. 685-  7634 ��34w  Utility trailer, $350 obo. 6864687.   #35w  DAHLIAS GALORE!  Come and enjoy over 400 varieties  In bloom. Orders taken for spring.  Cut (lowers available. Open Tues*  Sat., 9am*6pm, top ol Selma Park  Rd. Don ft Monty Shinn. 885-  9620 M6w  Plermont sewing machine w/cabi*  net and accessories, good cond.,  $150; Rockwell Beaver drill press,  $100; vinyl top metal table and  chairs, $80; work table w/drawers,  5 ft. X 3 ft. X 6 in., $100. 885-  7725. ��34w  MHR.TOWINO  Am/unomraiM  atlOWfM  886-8090  Parts lor most makes fortlji  domestic, B wttccl drive,  4 wheel drive ft son* do drive.  Some parti Installation  available  tc*  "Best selection of clean,  safety-checked car.  under %7O00OO'  Also clearing tjood  selection of used tires &  wheels.  Call 888-4004  Mikr Plnnliy  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine sterec,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli Ures,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  000886*7378 tl  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  683-9234. u  1968 Ford Tiurus, am/fm, Ac VB,  autCod, 4 door, exc. cond. $5996.  886*7520 or 886*2111. st  86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/lnj.  exc. cond., $3995.686*7150 or  8968213 ||  TRACKER'99  4x4 hardtop, low miles, immaculate condition, $8700.888-0979.  #3701  1978 5-speed, 2-door Toyota  CorOkt.W). 866*2431.     13401 .  1983 Datsun 280SX, California  import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-roof, timid glass, gold ft  black, exc. cond., $4300. 886-  0678. It  1974 International Htrvtittr  6 ft. camper, exc. cond., $1500.  685-7791. me  13' Boler trailer, Iridge ft ttovt,  $1800060.686*1943.      13601  74 VW van cimper, exc. cond.,  $3850 Obo. 685*3917. tfta  1989 ��� 29 It. WMemess by Fleetwood trailer. Top ol the lint.  Queen Wind bid, miciowave, AC  steieo system, large fridge ft much  mort, $13,500 obo. 888-3985.   ��38w  '93 ��� 23 ��. Wlnntbtgo, dttl A,  sleeps 4, avail. Sept. Approx.  $7001 week Call between 8 ft  ���36w  ia>**a imoiiii'ignai nirveiier __���--_-~~  Scout,2WD,tulo,removibltlop.   Good workhorte. $1100. 885- 14 n. trailer, ttovt, toilet, link,  W-ta* good cond, $900.8964998.I34W  7531.  28 IL Bayliner cabin outer 10 ll  bum, lully equipped boit it  Secret Cove Mirint, $15,000 obo.  822-1960. ��5w  Two  Chrysler  318  inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuilding, $1000; other It ki tne  running condition, $2000. For  detail* call Buccmeer Marina.  866*7868. tin  12 It. aluminum boat, boat trailer,  7.9 hp motor, $1400 obo. Eves.  686*8302. 43431  Brind new never med 12 It. a km.  bod Minor Crtft (ntorter) Merc  motor 1979 7 1/2 HP. Exc. cond.,  $2000 lirm. Call lit. 5pm 686-  0690. ��5w  20' Houston  Glasscraft  Hardtop  V6 OMC 800 Drive  F.W.C. Good condition  $9500.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  16 tt libreglass runabout, 85 hp  motor, trailer, excellent con-Won,  $2100.863*2990 mornings.    11  WWatrltr Hy Fly Nova $600 obo.  N  7657.  1988 Nissan Micra 2 dr, 4 cyl.,  *B3 Turiono, rebuilt engine, gnat  std., exc. cond., $3200 obo. 885* -p mileage, $850.886*2547.  7063. ��36w #34w  Moving ��� 1985 F-150, wc. run.  1990 rjx, 24' motorhome A-1 con*  order, $4300 firm. 886*9044.#36w   -Hon. 886*9025 11  1981 Capri, runs good, needs .������ Chev C|(|br|ty Erosport  tres, asking $1200. Or will nop ���WaLo8JKl1V8,llr1��n*l,����i  fm^tlumlnumMrlopps^ pW/PDL, 32,000 kmi, $12,000  09 ***   obo or tride for tuparcab P/U.  886*3231. H4w  '86 Sprint, 2 dr, white. Runs great.  $2,600 obo. 886*2031 days,   at  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Choirs  TIM CLEMENT  1044 Seamount Way, Qlbaona  LOOfTOLUMIIR  KftTMLiUNDSAW  MUSRVKIWIU  COMITOYOURrMHITr  TOCUT YOUR 1O0S.  ___m iifeoayo  Firewood, $100 full cord. Phone  Klaus 8850679, please talk to my  eleditc secretary. ��35cn'  Beige sectional sola, three pieces,  very good condition, $400; Laser  128 Appleworks computer w/moni-  tor and Rdand printer, programs  induded, $400; York stereo wilh  turntable, $50; Yamaha PSS-140  keyboard with drum pad, new  $150; like new single box spring ft  mattress, $250. Call 886*3783.  13401  Super Nintendo with 2 games,  $200; colour TV, $100; complete  aquarium, $75.885*9998.  #34*  BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL  Typewrrter/WP rarely used. Smith  Coram SD660, portable elec. 7K  memory and spellrighl, includes  supplies and paper, $250 obo.  885*7866. #35w  Firewood for sale, price varies to  location and order. Get ready lor  till and winter and save mey. Also  dry seasoned maple. 886*4899  Dale. #34w  Moving to England, must sell small  electric appliances, Incl. 1 yr. old  Electrolux vaccum still under warranty; elec. blanket; toaster oven,  elc. Also double wide mobile  home, 13 yrs. old, must be moved  off property. 886*2513.      I34w  STRAWBERRIESU-PICK SI/lb.  Pesticide tree. Picking days: Wed  and Saturdays, 5873 Mason  Road. 885-3506. ��35w  Temp, power pole, 130ampft 115  amp, doubles, $150 obo. 885-  0755. ��34w  Used railway ties, great tor retaining walls. 6868204. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  tins  1992 T-Blrd. Automatic, air, tilt,  cruise, power windows and locks.  685*3281. MDL 5936  '91 Dodge Dakota 4x4 extra cab  pickup, v-6, 5 speed, exc. cond.  $14,900.8654862. I36w  1967 Chevetle Malibu, 2 dr., hard*  top, 3rd owner, mint cond., asking  $5500.683*9054. ��36w  1981 Chev. Malibu 4 dr., good  cond., runs well, standard, $1000  obo. 885*9810. ��36w  1965 Chrysler Lebaron 4 dr.,  loaded, lady driven, one owner,  66,000 kms., $3500 obo. 886-  9402. I36w  1988 GMC Jimmy 4x4, loaded,  aulo, black w/leather Int., a/c,  AM/FM cassette, 160,000 hwy  kms, mint condition. Asking  $12,500.8658834. 13501  79 Horizon, 4 dr., std., new dutth,  tree. Recent front end wk��� dean,  needs paint, $700 obo. 886-2620.  SM34  1990 Chtv Suburban 4X4 Fully  loaded Silverado, immac. cond.  Only 45,000 kms. Extended warranty. Over $36,000 Invested.  TOO many features to list. Asking  $21,500.885-3876 or 885*4660.   ��36w  76 GMC 3/4 ton In good running  order, automatic, $1895. 866-  8675 H6cn  '87 GMC 3/4 ton van, auto, p/s,  p/b, $6,900.885*7291,     ��35cn  1982 GMC S15, V6 4 spd, good  condition, $1750 obo. 885*7578  alterSpm. #35cn  '66 Toyota cargo van. High  mileage, good cond. $3200.886-  7781. #35cn  75 Dodge one ton, 318, 4 tpd,  new clutch, good running cond.  $2500 or trade for car of equal  Value. 886*0969. #35cn  ^***!L0m*  1990 Mazda 323 hatchback. 865*  3281. MDL 5936  79 MGB completely redone, new  tires, etc., red, needs good home,  $4000.885-4862. 136*  1963 Ford Escort L wagon, good  cond., $1250. Call eves. 665*  3675. I35w  1965 Grand Marquis, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes, air. cond., 4 dr.,  new exhaust system in '92. $4500  obo. 883*2054 eves.        I35w  1985 Olds, 8 pass, wagon, loaded,  307 C.I.D., 36,000 orig. miles,  $4995.885-4716. M5w  1987 Toyota 4x4, new tires,  brakes, clutch, chrome mags, flinch int. $9,500.8858906. #35cn  1989 Isuzu Trooper LS Special.  One owner, dealer maintained,  fully loaded plus; ski rack, running  boards ft cargo cover. Excellent  condition. $15,500 OB. 885*2272  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $3500000.886*7969. IS  '86 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cats.,  summer ft winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond., $7000 Obo 886*0960  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new dutch, brakes, $3100.886-  8032. ss  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shift kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $2,950  8854097. ss  84 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp.,  new tres. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  6854054. ss  30' Kustom Kotch trailer. Mutt bt  tun. 981 Cemetery Rd. Reduced  to $13,000 from $15,500. Mutt  Mil. 8868693 Wen  8 IL cimptr, 3 burmr ind oven,  fumict, sleeps 4, $1000 obo.  Evtnlngt 886*2265        *35cn  9,5 fl tamper, 3-way Iridge, ttovt  with oven, sleeps 4, shower, good  cond., $2500 Obo. 86o-0532.��5w  78 Terry 25' sleeps 8, iachxy double Int. power pac, 4 pc. bath,  compl. contained. Immic. condition, less thin 1,000 road mUes,  $7800 obo. 886*3910. Can bt  viewed al Uptown Motel, Gibsons.  ���34w  1975 GMC 350 camper van, A-1  cond., no rust, $3600.8853995  ��36w  1976 LaSalle Tiavel Trailer, 28 ft,  Iridge, stove, air oond., dl furnace.  $2,900,885*9306. ths  17'Doubts  Esgls  125 Volvo F.W.C. 290  with power trim & tilt.  Very dean, new trailer  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  2��'Cha-aa-ln Oulaaw ��� Command  blidgt, haad, gallry iIm-h four,  c/w dnjy, uavtytd 1992 It  126,000 asking $18,000 Ham  ArtlttS-1372.  I960 3/4 ton GMC 4X4,350 san* 1M4 8 It. Okanagan camper lor  d^,Ze?���ICally8��Unli,$.2500 iniport,^ equipped, mint condi*  obo. 8864699. I34w flon, $4250.886*3865.      I34w  1992 Dodge Dakota 4X4 extended Frontier camper 81/2 It., ttove,  cab, 21,000 kms. $14,500 obo. |f|dg,, (umlc,, g00*| cmi_:  863*2863. ��35w $2200.8854002. ��34w  1960 Chev van, 305, It  $950. Jay 663*9156.  1991 Explorer 4x4 Eddie Bauer,  loaded with leather ft CD player,  one owner. 885*3281. MDL 5936  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moterials  French Doon/lnt.-Ext. Doorj  Alum, ft Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen A  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  Will our l*�� or eal  ������>���������������  5553 Wharl Rd, Sechell  Recycle 8 Save  MON-SAT 9 om- 5 pm  Electrolux vacuum (brown ft  beige) and Electrolux shampooer,  both complete with all attachments  including power head and side  kick, $250 for bolh. 686*2960.  ���38*  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, specious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painted ft renovated  leaturing stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. II. deck, Iridge ft stove  induded, washer ft dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686*8095 $39,900. Call to  view tins  Full size camper frig, stove heater,  $1500000.686-2108. SS  CEDAR SHAKES ft LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 8852136  or 885*5601. tfn  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion EtrthStttlon  9944240  ttn  GOOD HAY  ROO/Bale Delivered  Straw $5.00*ile  Garden Mulch Hay 13.50  Call Between 12-lpnt  ���95-9357  1993 Escort 5 dr, auto, air, power  steering, power brakes, stereo.  885*3281. MDL 5936  1987 Chevette 2 dr, 5 spd hatchback, reliable, $1200.885*3670.  SM360I  Classic '69 bug, ragtop, runs  great, restoration candidate,  $5500 Obo. 886-3384.      ��35cn  1984 Colt, AM/FM cassette, perfect mechanically, body nice.  $1200.885*7535. ss!35cn  1992 Subaru 4x4 4 dr. hatchback.  665*3281. MDL 5936  Like new bike, ridden once, men's  Norco Mountaineer, black/green,  $250,865-6096. 43401  Drawing board 37 1/2' X 60',  board used ipprox. 2 months,  complete w/new (never used)  ���Mutch" parallel motion drifting  midline, 1* on i Idly adjustable  Staid. Price $1500.883*2723.  134*  Good deal! 1986 Pontiac Sunburst  4 cyl., 4 dr., 5 spd., stereo, new  brakes, muffler, super mileage,  only $2000.895*3251 eves. H4w  1981 Camaro, 305 CI auto., tilt,  stereo, new paint, battery, tires,  exhaust, biakes, absolutely beautiful, runs excellent, $2000 firm.  Serious enquiries only. 885*3251  eves. I34w  J.D.450B with winch w or w/o root '78 Ford Fairmont, auto.. 4 dr, 6  rake. 865*3506. ss#34w    cyl., $650.886-4588       I34cn  Case 580 CK beckhoe with exten* 1986 Hyundai 4 dr., 5 sp, sunrod,  da-hoe, working cond., $7500. 90,000 km., immaculate, $2200.  883-9177. #36w    885*3591. I34cn  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950000.886*3484. SS  1964 Escort; standard, needs  dutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., exc. lor parts,  $400 obo by end ol May. Call 886*  2622. tins  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sun*  roof w/air. Exc. cond. $6800 obo.  886*7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  dus disc player, $5795.886*7150.  ss  1984 Mazda RX-7,76,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tint, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable ft strong $5,100. CallJoel  885*5166 tins  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 obo. 885-3917.  tins  1990 Honda CRXsl, black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very  dean inside ft oul $10,000 obo.  866*7205 eves ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond.. 35,000  kmt, $15,000 obo. 886-3623. ss  79 Ford ttn. wagon, V6 auto.,  good running cond., $475. 886-  9372. ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000obo 883*2512. ss  CLEAROUT! Used tint, wheels,  Chevette; Hondi Accord parts.  885-7167 ss  77 Pontile Lemins, exc. cond.,  $900000 886*3646 ss  1986 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chairs, sofa bed.  'Loaded. Only 77,000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000.886*2342  or cell #1*220*5261. ss  '92 Ford F1S0 4X4 XLT Lirrlit  Supercab, short box, 5.6 L VB,  loaded with options, 16,000 tons.,  $20,000 obo. 8888566.       Hn  1977 Dodge 1/2 ton, propane  power, box liner, canopy, $750  obo. 883*9770. ��34w  1963 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  aulomatic, $2800.885*5623 aft. 6.  SS��35w  1969 Ford XLT Lariat Supercab, 4  whl. dr., 3/4 ton, air cond., cruise  control, 50,000 kms., $17,500.  6855002. #34w  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 obo. 886*7648.  ss  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr., 4X4 and exlras,  25,000 kms. Dive 885*3678   ss#34  'Wrecking '83 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 883-9590 eves.   ��35cn  1976 Ford F-250, 360 ci, auto.,  PS, PB, great lor hauling wood.  $300.6868548 alter 6pm or 886*  8755 Derek. tins  '91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyi., 5  sp, 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  886*9500. ss��35w  74 Dodge van, runs good, slightly  camperized, $600 obo. Arthur 885*  9659. ��34w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  885-7516. ss  1978 Bronco, new piint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gts tank,  springs, Mil joints, carb, exhaust  tnd brtkts. $5,400 obo. 886-  7013. ss  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13000 obo. 885*1949.  ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  gins, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  886*7800. ss  'BO GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 In exc.  cond. 886*7774 OT886-3027.  ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tmk, $1000. 886-3005 8am*  5pm. tfn  '69 3 Ion Chev, flatdeck, 5 ��� 2  tnnny, new Iront tires, needs  mtpectton, I32S0.886-aOOI. ts  84 Dodge Caravtn, auto. $4,500.  ���688204. ss  Full Hit 1990 Dodge vm, V6  mto, $8500.886*8301 H  -.panel,  1986 GMC 2500 and fully equip.  *34cn   camper, both In very good cond,  $7900, will tpm 885*2942, ��34w  26' M.V. libreglass 440 Chrysler  power, dull controls, tow pott,  excellent pleasure craft or woik  boat. $9000000.896*2454.��36cn  tt cHttt mm  mmtin.  Caplain llll Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.|  M.A.B.v.C.  ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  S.C. Power ft Sill Squadron  BASIC BOATING COURSE ���  Charts, Navigation, Safety, Compass. Starts: Sechelt, Sept. 14;  Gibsons, Sept. 15. Pre-Register:  Len Lavender, 686*2762; Centra  Gas, 8858117. I36w  24' tibreform, new rebuilt engine,  sounder, Iridge, stove, head, etc.  $8000. 666*8725 wknds or 439-  1652 Vancouver. I36cn  1992 Yamaha 9.9 hp, used 20 his,  like new, $1400.6864714 or 886-  3132. #3701  151/2 It. Glasscrtttw/20HP Johnson J trailer, $1350.866-3113.  ���35*  28 ft. Untfly libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, etedronlc  fish Under, lots of extras. George  6868130. ts  12 tt. trl-hdl fibreglass boat, complete with 10 HP, $650.886*3699.  ���34*  Handyman'i special ��� 15 1/2 ft.  K1C runabout, $400, no motor.  886-2738. I34w  20 It. Double Eagle 302 Waukesha, FWC, Volvo leg, VHF, CB,  compass, sounder, $10,500.  Cabin 13, Egmont Marina. #34w  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped lor fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,865*2503. SS  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900.686-  7255 ss  18 ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 nils, fin  keel. 7.5 Honda, $3000 886*8224  tl  18 IL F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.863*2297.       ts  24 It. Cabin  Cruistr, ntw  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.883-8253.  ts  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885*5278.  tfn  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9*20^040*50-70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883*2456.      tin  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penti  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.886-3457.        ss  Near new 12 ft. Starcratt alu-  minum boat and older trailer, $850  Obo. 8868385. M4w  20 hp Suzuki outboird motor,  Longshaft, $1000 or trade for outboard under 10 hp, Longshaft.  8858417. *34cn  16 tt. Silveriine w/50 HP Merc,  ready to go tithing, $3000 obo.  683*2174 alt. 6pm. *34w  16 It. Frontiersman fibreglass  canoe, $400.686*9346.    *34w  33 IL Classic cruiser, new diesel,  hot ft edd water, sleeps four, live*  a-board. 874*2213. ��34w  1992108' Nissan Inflatable, aluminum floor, 6 HP Nissan motor,  lilsjackets, funning lights, galvanized trailer, beach wheels, wheel  ttpmlt, $2500,686*3685, ��34w  DAY SAILORS ft  FAMILY ADVENTURERS  18' Dividson sailboat, nne condtion, freeNy painled bottom, white  w/blue, 6 lip outboard, safe, easy  sill from cockpit, boat tor small  investment, $3,295.6854797.  ���34cn  16 IL fibreglass canoe, red, $260.  885*7651. I36w  23 tt. Star Classic sailboat, totally  restored and fitted. Red ft ydlow  cedar on oak trsmes, 3 sails, new  port-a-potti, stove 1 sink, alum.  mist, stainless rigging, 8 HP  Ytmaha, anchor gear etc. Must be  seen, $9995 obo. 883*2248.  ���34*  Older 5 HP Yamaha air-cooled  outboard, $150.885*0660. ��34cn  26 ft. Trend boat, ideal lor fishing,  twin power, $35,900 or trade for  property. 8850722. ��39w  13 1/2 It. fibreglass sailboat on 77 14x66. stove, Iridge, W/D  aluminum trailer, exc. cond, $700 must be moved, $23,500. 686  obo. 665*9209. ��36w    7013. ss  For sale by owner 14x78 It 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 8  veiy dean. $45,000. To view, cal  885*5929. I36cn  mvhmn you  tor St Insertions  AU classified) must be  prepaid belore  FOR ONE INSERTION  Rl MnNT nM MOMt*y OT WMMMlOtf  EdHion. U|i to 10 words; 25 cents  t-_ L IJval-..     ���  1  for nxn ooomofMi worn.  Ftn: Lost, Found ft Fret  Sure Bell Classifieds  $17 up to 10 words  $ I each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weelts  then will be cancelled unlets you instruct us lo renew it  oy ctostavied dSGOIins .  Coast N��ws  CUMSIFIID DIADLINIIt  M��nd89y MMm Wcaktrnkr  ��� P.M. THURSDAY NOON TUISDAT  Gibsons 886-2622 Sachetf 883*3930 From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we wi  take your trade, car  brat elc.  Call collect  597-3322 th  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents trom $235rmo.  For into. caH  597-3322  3 bdrm., Iridge, stove, pad rent  $200. $13,000.8854686.   I34w  MOBILE HOME FOR SAU  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, veiy dean,  newly painted ft renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, while walls,  400 sq. It. deck. Iridge ft stove  included, washer ft dryer optional.  Excellent localion, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22. 1416  North Road, Qibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8888095. $39,900. Call to  view. tint  !2or3  home. Robeits Creek / Gibsons.  885*5834 after 6. <34cn  Recently retired teacher needs  roomy basement suite in Lower  Gibsons area. Mutt be near but  routt tnd shopping. Will tign  lease, availability date flexible. 1-  988*2748 ooMed or 886*8366.  ���34w  Single, employed mile, smoker, no  pets, with rels. seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably furnished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gibsons suite OK too. Reply to Box  393, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.        tins  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, privale life drawing dassss,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-  9865.Annie. tins  Mature student needs quiet  shared/ independent suite. NS/NP,  near college. Lisa 886*9329 or  9264976. !34w  1978 K2 650, red, no battery,  $500.8864657. I35w  750 Virago, $1800 obo, 886-2964.  ���3401  1978 50 cc Cimatti scooter, dean,  $100 as is. Arthur 885-9659.134*  HUNTERS: 1990 Honda 350 4  Trax, low hours. Home built tow  behind cart. $4500.886-9047.  I34cn  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninia.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3.500.6864616 aft. 7 pm.    st  1988 CR60, $450 obo; 1963  Maxim 650, $800 obo. 886*2322.  ss<34  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spats bike for parts $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message,    ffns  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000.886-7484. SS  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000.8864746, ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters 886-8622. sa  TO SHARE / SUBLET. Constint  Havener wishes lo shire 1 bdrm  lurnished apartment next lo West  Van Library. Fantastic view. Ferry  bus stops at back door. Mestsges  885-6096. M4cn  2 housekeeping rooms - 1 It  $225/mo and 1 it $280Ano. Avail.  Sept 1.8860539. ��36w  1 bdrm. fireplace, skylight, mountain view, avail, immed., $500/mo.  a* utils. 886-0539. M6w  Lower Gibsons, 3 lg. bdrms.. F/P  W/D, F/S, newly palmed, S600/mo.  948*0364. ��36w  2* bdtm. rustic cottage In Roberts  Creek, wood heat only. $350/mo.+  utils. 888*2457. ��36w  Halfmoon Bay watertront, lurnished, new gorgeous 3 bdrm  executive home. Winter rental.  N/P. 8854862 ��34cn  3 bdrm. waterfront cottage,  Redioolls Rd., avail. Sepl 15-May  15, $550/mo. N/P or smokers.  John Carter 8852604.      (36w  Fully lumished 2 bdrm. condo at  Secret Cove, avail. Sept. 15 or  Oct. 1,$650/mo. 9260184. M6w  3 bdrm. ��� den, Robeits Creek on  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very acreage, W/D, F/S/D, $900/mo.  good cond. 885-9512. ss    8850729. I36w  W. Sechelt, dean, bright 1 bdrm.  suite, F/S, near store, laundiy, bus,  N/P, N/S, rels req. Suit tingle  working person, avail. Sept. 1,  .    SSOOAno. aB5-9810.        I36w  ResUinstble, caring tamily of 5 House share available, Sept. to  desperately seeking 3 bdrm* juie, W. SeclalL SUt professional  home for Sept. 1. Preler Roberts n/s, Rels req'd. 8653506. ��35cn  Creek, Upper Gibsons area,     amount of space is prime consider* Clean, quiet room, center ol  a��r*^929-9627,BIorKim.Mecn Sechett 885*9543, ���35m  Above ground new 1 bdim suite  suitable lor single n/t person. 1  mil. to liny. ��496/mo. 9988474.   ��3Bcn  Sechelt/Stndy Hook. Brind new  wswtmnl homs, upper two floors,  2 bdrm, 2 fun bathrooms, appis..  $650/mo. 1*288-3419.      I36cn  2 bdrm tide by side sm. duplex  close to school tnd shopping,  $475 �� util. 432*9879 alter 6 pm.   ��36cn  3 bdrm house. Isrge deck, newly  renovited, Gibions. $750/mo.  Contart Ken 8860901.     I36cn  NEW ACTION WHARF ROAD  Two bedroom with bilcony, 4  appl., laundry room ft security  door. Three available. $800/mo  plus utHies. Rets req. 8854103.  ���36cn  3 bdrm duplex on 2/3 acre.  Roberts Creek. F/P, ensuite, 4  appl. $700/mo. Also 1 bdrm suite  down, $450/mo. Phone wknds  8660725 or Van. 4��1652.��36cn  Gibsons. 1 bdtm lumished cottage,  $450 ��� utilities. Suitable lor single  person or quiet couple. Quiet aree.  Anil, early Sept. 886*9051136cn  Gibsont, 620 Mountiinvitw. 3  bdrm, 3 appl.. 1 yr. old duplex,  $750/mo. 886*9854.        ��37cn  Largt 4 bdrm, 2 1/2 bith on  acreage, W. Sechelt. $9007mo.  Avail. Sapt 1.885*5919 or 520*  3102. ��35w  1 bdrm cottage. Redroolls Rd. N/S.  NIP. $575/mo. plus utilities. Avail.  Sept. 1.885*5870. ��36cn  2 bdrm Selma Park charmer, view,  rets., $565. Sept. 1.2240772.  13601  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm expensively furnished or unfurnished, ocean  front condo. Appis., fireplace, rec.  facility, adult complex, $10O0/mo.  Long term lease desirable. Call  Andrea 8854111. ��35cn  Tillicum Bay Estates, avail. Sepl  15, brand new watertront home,  sandy beach, 3 bdrm., 2 balh,  appl., lease, $950/mo. plus utils.  Call 1*266*3419. ��35w  Waterfront   beach   cottage,  Granthams, ideal tor couple. Refs  req. $450/mo. Oct.-May. 6680868.  ���36cn  2 bdrm. apart., adulls, middle  Sechelt. 885*9087. 135*  Sechelt ��� 1 bdrm. w/FP, quiet, N/S,  $525 pkis utils. 8854672 or 1434*  3061. ��35w  small 2  N/S, Nrf>,  refs. req. Avail. Sept. 1 to June  30/94, $550/mo. 685-5072 or 988-  5079. #35w  Wlttrfrgfljflpjril Bty,  bdrm. furnished home, N  Modern 2 bdrm houis on waterfront acreage w/psnonmc view.  I*ar Secret Cove. 5 topi, rvlrvp,  KM ononM. S600*K> 963-2423  ���36cn  Hopkins Ldg., 3 bdrm available  Sept. thru June. S700/mo. 686-  7297 I35cn  Avail Sept. 1. Porpoise Bay.  Sechalt, one bdrm lower suite. 2  appl.. shared w/d. $550 a util. W  N/S. Rels. req'd 885-2159 alter 6  pm or leave message.     I35cn  Avail. Sept. 1, Porpoise Bay.  Sechelt, view suite, 2 bdrm, spacious main lloor ol house, lge  deck, fireplace, l/s, shared wisher  ft dryer. I*P N/S. Rets req'd. $750  t util 885*2159 alter 6 pm or leave  message. ��35cn  Hopkins, a/I. Sept. 1. 3 bdrm, s/c  lower level, lull bathroom, sep.  laundry room, lge living room, 2  entrances $700. Shared hydro.  6860483 13501  Cozy and quaint, i bdrm cottage at  Granthams. View, close to lerry.  Fum/untum. $575/mo. 8868689.   ��35cn  1 bdrm apt., Lower Gibsons. New  kitchen ind balhioom Quiel,  secure, walk to sll amenities, fully  carpeted, laundry. $590 ft $640.  866*3420. ��5cn  2 bdrm upper level ol house. Hardwood floors, f/p, newly painled,  deck with outstanding view, washer 1 dryer. 534 Sargeant Rd., Gibsons. $725 plus 1/2 util. Steve 1*  255*9924. I35cn  3 bdrm duplex, 4 appl. Avail. Sepl  t.$B50/mo. Call Neil 8860269.  ���35cn  New 2 bdrm. basement suite, own  pnvate entrance and deck, great  view of Howe Sound, first 1/2 month's rent free, N/S, N/P, refs. req.  886*7490. ��35w  3 bdrm. furnished waterlront.  Roberts Creek, 10 month lease.  $1200.  3 bdrm. furnished cabin, Halfmoon  Bay, $500.  3 bdrm. upper duplex Gibsons,  $650.  3 bdrm. pertly lumished Langdale,  $850.  1 bdrm. Wesl Sechell, $500.  3 bdrm. Davis Bay, $800  2 bdrm. lurnished panabode*  Tuwanek, Sept. 15, $500.  Sutttx Realty Propaty Manage-  ment, Parts Auttti 995*3295.34qjl  Downtown Sechelt house.,Ne*,  throughout, 4 appl., F/P, ideal lor  couple or professional wilh in-  home office. Avail. Sepl. 1. 885-  4741. ��36w  1 bdrm waterliont suite, bright.  dean, laundry, balcony, $325rtno.  863*9177. ��36w  Avail, immed.. almost suite, prelerred professional single lemale.  N/S. l*P. Ret. req.. $380/mo. ind.  utils 886-6920 or 9260728.136w  Bnght i bdrm. ground level suite in  quel newer home, upper Gibsons,  semi'lum or unfurn, N/S, no pets,  $500 incls. utils. cable. 886-3954  alt. 5pm. ��35w  t rm bachelor suitew/kitchen etc.,  m triplex. Marine Dr., Gibsons,  $260.686*7136 or 857*1458.)35w  Perfect for couple. Charming 2  bdrm.. 2 balhs house for renl on  Seaview Fid. in Gibsons. Very private with ocean view and Ig.  deck Avail loi possession Sept..  $750/mo. Please phone 965-2564  or tax 9850562. ��35w  GEORGIA MIRAGE  One year old adult condo (mm. age  40) Top lloor, end unit. 2 bdrm, 2  bath. l/p. 2 sundecks, 7 appl..  enclosed gaiage, pitch J putt goll,  clubhouse. Short walk to mill.  Beautilul ocean ft mtn. view. No  pets. $87S/rno. 886*3824. I35cn  Gibsons, avail, immediateiy, 3  bdrm, view, large bright kitchen,  covered sundeck, large rec room  downstairs Close to nice beach, 5  mm. lo Cedar Grove School.  $900/mo. Long term prelerred. n/s.  refs req'd. 886*3575.        I35cn  One bdrm basemenl suite in newer  house in Bonniebrook. Short walk  lo beach. $500 includes utilities.  Avail. Sept. 1.886*3575.   ��35cn  Clean, sdid, 2 - 3 bedroom home.  Avail, in Sepl. in Langdale. 291-  7330. ��5cn  Gibsons, avail, immediately 3  bdrm., view, large bright kitchen,  covered sundeck, large rec room  downstairs. Close to nice beach, 5  min. lo Cedar Grove school.  $900/mo. long term preferred, NS,  refs. req. 686*3575. ��34w  1 bdrm. basement suite in newer  house in Bonniebrook. Short walk  lo beach, avail. Sept. 1. $500 inds.  utils. 886-3575. I34w  2 bdrm. condo Secret Cove, Avail,  immed.. $700/mo. 8850831.M4W  2 bdrm. condo Secret Cove, Avail.  Sept. 1. $650/mo. 8550831 J34w  Lower Gibsons - one person to  share bright, dean, 3 bdrm. view  home with two other amicable persons. N/S, no pets. $350 + utils.  886*7286. ��34w  Granthams Landing, 2 bdrm.  waterlront cottage, furnished, elec.  ' if, avail. Sept. 15 to June 30.  $800/010.931 -7654 Iv. mess.��34w  Avail, immed., bachelor suite,  newly renovated, his stparttt  patio, inds. cable, heat md laun-  dry privileges. Wilking distance to  ill amenities. $350. Call to view  8860004 or 984*9591 Ilk lor  Data. ��34w  Octtnside ocean view 2 bdrm.  apt. Davis Bay, $600/mo. ��� utils.  Avail, immed 885*5916 or 792-  6731 alt. 6 pm. ��4w  Upper Gibsons, two 1 bdrm. suites.  886*3107. I34w  New 2 level townhouse, Ebbtide  St., Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1, 2  bdrm., 2 1/2 bath, FP, single  gaiage, NS/NP, $800/mo. 885*  4421. ��34w  68' trailer, 2 bdrm., 2 balh, adult  park, N/P, $700Vmo. Call alt. 7 pm  885*9715. 134*  2 level home in Sechelt village, 3  bdim., 3 bath, D/W, W/D, private  backyard, Sept. 1.885-3630J34w  Gibsons 1 bdrm. suite avail. Sept.  1, also bachelor suite avail, immed.  886*9376. I36w  Lg. immac. 2 bdrm., 2 bath near  schod, 4 appis., children welcome,  Sepl. 1. $900.886*8206.    135*  Waterlront 2 bdrm. house, Gower  Point area, Sept. 1-June 30,  $550/mo.885-7119. I35w  Large 3 bdrm. duplex in Gibsons  avail. Sept. I, close to schools,  shopping, 21/2 baths, 6 appis., no  pets, rels. req. $600/mo. 685*9540.  ���34*  Waterfront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay,  Iridge, stove, elec. heal, laundry,  N/S, avail. Sepl. 1. $400/mo. +  damage deposit. 883-9446. M4w  New 1 bdrm. view suite, single  male/lemale, ulils. ind., avail. Sept.  1. $650.886*4606 or 886-0046.  ���34*  Hopkins Ldg. executive waleilront  house, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, avail.  Sept. 1, N/S, no pets, rels. 886-  8919. I34w  2 bdrm house. Hopkins Landing,  Sepl.-June, $6007mo. Rels. req'd.  886*0636. ��34cn  2 bdrm, good area, lor Sept. 1,  $480.886*7400. #34cn  Q  BCYCNA  BWTISH  COLUMBIA  ANOYUKON  COMMUNITY  MBMPAPERt  jmomnoN  edt appear in more then 100 community newtpeptrt In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora tun 3 million readers.   To place en ad In Ms paper, c*U 886*2622  $225  322  lor 2S  words  KOOMdiuldllonalword  AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. for  cars and trucks. 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Call the SWn later Centra etArbuKa In Vancouver, 731*8612 lor Information.  HUPWANTIO  ���MANMERTOCAfCTMC  Ml *-*"��� - *        - *' * a^tataUa*  Wvm GonosnunMn fwouK*  RMt*nd,S.C- Mmtb-tfa-  miliar with all atptctt oi  nftwi and axpanmoad In  apaWTtantmnasamant. Fax  application! to (804)334-  ACCOUNTANT. Hands-on  accountant required lor busy  newipaptraiioclatlon office.  Should be e center student or  recent CGA/R1A/CA graduate with knowledge ol  ACCPAOLotut 123. Somt  tupenrltory experftnct and  good Inttrpertonal skills essential. Knonvtedge of newspaper or ad agency account-  Ing operations helpful. Com*  pttMvt tslsry, benelltt tnd  pltstant working condilioni  make this position in excel*  lint opportunity. Please for-  wsrd rstums to: Bob  Grainger, Executive Director,  B.C.yVCN.A., 230-1390  Burrard, Vsneouvsr, B.C.  WJ__L   CARETAKER: Couple with  Ivt aboard boat required for  remoa costal mort Oct*  May. Pleatt lend ratume  with rafsrenctt to: Riven  Lodge, Oswtont Landing,  B.C. VON IMP.  _a__m_��tu_m   CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  ttock, counttrtopi/vinltltt  alao. Kitchen Cralt Factory  outlet. Caah and Carry Cabinet Wsrshoustl, 4279  Loughstd, Burnaby 299*  9277. 1986 Spall Rd.,  Kalowna 880*6639. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389*  1114.   MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES FsctotyDirecL'Cui-  BmBu��r. Priced from $41.  sq.ft. Top doltr lor trades.  Many ussd units available.  __tA______^i___i_____  PimotfAi  HANDLE STRESSI Gtlncon*  M over tht Reactive Mind.  Rssd ta book -Olsntllcf by  L.Ron Hubbtrd. $7.60  Hubbard Dtanstct Foundation, 401 W. Hastings, Vtn-  ���ywvtfVWIL*., 8810319,  PEN PALS from 40 ooun-  Met. FrlendtNprLovt/Con*  tsctt. Corratpondsnca Ind.  P.O. Box 1090, Edmonton,  AB-T6J2M2.  Is your body s Toxic Wssa  Dump? Rssd*CLEaW BODY,  CLEAR MIND1. For mors  lntomatoncal:M1Q121.  NEW HOMES C.M.H.C.  Slindsrds Item $88 Sq.ft.  Quality englntsrsd rssl  houist faclory-faullt lor your  UM. 2X6 wilt. R40ffl20  Intuition. Showhomee-De-  Mte Homs Sslst, Sumy  (904)6>7*2191.   REAL (STATE  ALBERTA FOOTHILLS.  Beautilul river ranch. Horaa,  cattle letup. Excellent  homtt, buildings. Only  $219,000. Also, 200 cow  ranch, owntr financing.  Country hornet, tcreagst.  Jack Folsom, Chief Mountain  Rsslty. 1(403)828*3232  snytlms*  BY OWNER: Peachland B.C.  Specteoular Okanagan  lakeview lots. Underground  iervfcot. Arts nsw hornet,  quick sale. $49,900 snd  $67,900. Phona: (604)767-  961 tor (604)767*2465.  Ctrlbbtsn wttsr front properties lor ssle In English  spssklng Belize, Central  America. Will consider trade  for small butlntti/propsrty  In B.C. Phone: 011501-2*  34316. Writs: Box 1293,  BsllzeCltv.CA.  THE BEST OF BOTH  WORLOSII Large, cleared  lot, 88X165, 34 Acres. Hydro, gat, cable at lot One, 70  mllti trom Vancouver, 10  miles to major shopping centre. Peace and serenity In  alpine telling. Only $69,500.  To view, Ingrld Childt, Sutton  Group, 1*853*2655/1-854-  3594. Owner 1-858-6009.  RECREATION PMOPPITV  B.C. Lsnd. For Salt by  Owntr, 100 Proper ties.  Oceanfront, Lakefront,  Straami, Ranchlsnd loostsd  throughout B.C. t/2Acrtto  300 Acts parcels. Tsrmt  svallabla. Free brochure.  Nlho Land ft Carta Company  433*5546.  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vshlds In-  Jury claims Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer lor 24 ytart. Cal  free: 1O00O65-1138. Contingency feet available.  Simon, Winer ft Adler.  TRAVEL  "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekends ft Holidays say with ������Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals**. Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi ft Stuns. ONE  NIGHT FREE 1-800-667-  6529.  NETWORK CI ASSWED  AD*  Race your ad In over  100 community news*  papers lor only $225.  For mors Intormatanosl  this psper or ths  BCYCNA st (604)669*  9222.  Ansa, immed., bty tree Gibsons, 2 Gibsons, 1 bdrm., FP, skylight.  bdrm. upper of house, new carpet, greal view ot harbour tnd mtns.  paint, fiisplice, lg. covered deck. $500 plus. Also 3 bdrm., 2 bath,  nice yard, $595 * 1/2 utils. 666- FP, sundeck, $850 plus. Arthur  6526. t34w 8659659. ��34w  Large immaculale 1 bdrm. suits Fully furnished Studio suite wilh  with own gerden, dose to beach, kitchenette, TV, linen service and  10 minutes trom terry. $550 incl. guest laundromat. Located across  utils, wisher ft dryer.Non-smoker Irom Gibsons Yacht Club ft Marl-  only with no pels, please. 886* na. 886-3343. tin  2407.                          ��34w  Gibsons, sell-contained 2 bdrm.  home, NTS, garage, central heating wnaKQimp  induded, $650.6864773. ��34w mZ___T~_^_m.      Close to Qbeons. 2 bay woikshop  Sleeping rooms in private home lor  that may be rented In hall or full.  quiel working people. Refs req.  Use for storage, small business,  ���34w    or? 8854490. tin  Storefront retail space for rent,  1150 sq. ft. at $12/sq. ft. In  Sechelt. avail. Sept. 1, brand new  building. 885*9417. ��36w  Gibsons Landing  Profeaslonal Blda.  7zrMt��M,<iaaDrN>ae  Furn. of ice and conference  room with ocaanview lor rant  on a daily basis. Located near  marina and pott office. Full  secretarial and admin,  services available. For Info  sell Bo* st SSS-...0 or  Lanks atMfOOM (eves).  1 bdrm. view basement suite in  Granlhams Landing, $450. Russ  886*0248. ��34w  Central Gibsons, three bedroom  apt indudes heat, $650 per month.  Lower Road, Roberts Creek, lower  floor ol house, one bedroom, $400  plus utilities.  Roberts Creek low bank Waterfront  property, two bedrooms, $1,200  per month.  Two bedroom side by side duplex.  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heal and hot water,  $525.  Spacious three bedroom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sept. 1. $1,250.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. It. warehouse and olfice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  6860330  tin  Shered Accom. North Rd., Gibsons, short term/ideal lor mill student, avail. Sept. Unci, utils, N/S,  $350. Call after 6 pm. 8868095.  tfns  Large 3 bdrm bsmt view home, Doorperson required lor most Fri.  Gibsons area. New carpels, freshly s sal. evenings. Call Dave at 886-  painted. Very nice, long term, 9964 after6 pm. tin  $l0007mo. Avail, immed.  For Hent * Seamount Industrial  Paik, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 760 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 866-2663 days, 886-9075  eves. Itn  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hail available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863. tfn  Industrial woikshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit, $475/mo.  9218751. tin  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tfn  5 bdrm. house  near lerry...$1300 p/m  2 bdrm. townhouse,  central...$775 p/m  2 bdrm. duplex,  view... $900 p/m  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  2 bdrm waterfront home, n/s, n/p,  $700. Avail. Sept. to June. Refs  req'd. 8860422. ��34cn  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $530,886-7018 tfn  Davis Bay, large 1 bdrm suite.  Avail, immed. $476/mo. 6854862.  ���34CTI  New 3 bdrm. 4 appl. Seek long  term family with good refs.,  $690/mo. 885*5092,1*2280343.  ���34w  1 bdim. suile, lower Gibsons, great  view, close to all amenities, avail.  Sept. 1,$500/mo. Call 886*7630.  ���34W  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apl. with patk) ft  skylight. Utilities not ind. $550/mth.  886*7016. tfn  Cozy bsmt. suite for single, $250.  886*7400. ��35w  Lirge 4 bdrm., 21/2 bath on  acreage, W. Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1,  $9(XVmo.885*5919or 5203102.  ��35w  Clean 2 bdrm mobile with view,  Sandy Hook. $600/mo long term.  Avail, immed.  Immac. 2 bdrm. lownhouse, view,  Sechell, avail. Sepl. 1, $800/mo.  ? bdrm. 4 appl., walking distance  to Sechelt. avail. Sept. I. $850/mo.  1 bdim. furnished, view apart. Jolly  Roger, $60O/mo.  NRS Sechelt Property  Management 8654093  2 bdrm. waterlront apt. in Secret  Cove, avail. Sept. 1, Refs req.,  $550 ��� utils. Please call 885*9368.  ���34w  SCHOOL BUS  DRIVERS  Sechcil School Bus Srrvlcr  Ltd. is now accepting  applications for hus drivers  for 1993-94 school season.  Applicants should hold a  valid B.C. clam 2 licence.  Bring resume to 6041 East  Porpoise Bay Rd. or mall to  Box 70. Sechell, VON 3A0.  Inquiries to 885-2113.  Turn over a new leaf...become a  Totally Tropical sales consultant  and start earning F/T income while  working P/T houis. Sell a product  that sells itself. Call Joyce lor more  details # 1 -604*485-5775 (collect).'  ���30*  The South Pender Harbour Waterworks  District is seeking a fully qualified person to  take on all operation and maintenence  activities for a water system which  presently serves 850 connections.  Responsibilities include:  ��� Watermain location and repair  ��� Chlorinator operation and  maintenence  ��� Meter reading  ��� Flushing program  All other activities pertain to the operation  of a rural water system.  It Is anticipated that this will be a half time  position. On-call and some work will be  required.  Fully qualified individuals only should reply  in writing to South Pender Harbour  Waterworks District, P.O. Box 9, Madeira  Park, B.C., VON 2H0, outlining  qualifications, work history, and salary  expectations no later than September 3,  1993.  Brighten  Someone's Day...  (or tain on their parade)  with  SIIIIIORIOW  Classified Ads  For $7.50,  you can  ?S^2t-J   add the  Sunshine or Showers  symbol to your classified ad.  Express yourself!  886-2622 or 885-3930  ��� -  ��� ������ t ��� Coast News, August 23, 1993  17  j Lord Jim's Resort Hotel is now lur-  I ing p/t housecleaning stall, p/t  [ morning and evening serving stall.  I Apply In person w/resume. No  ! phone calls please. I35cn  1 Secretary/Receptionist part time  ! position, two daya per week ���  1 Dudes: reception; word processing; general clerical; filing t other  tasks aa assigned. Qualifications:  Knowledgable of office procedures; skill in written and oral communications; comfortable woiking  with the public, accurate word processing skills and experience;  organizational skills; confidentiality  Imperative; experience in an olfice  setting required. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience  and qualifications. Send resume  and hand written letter by September 3 to: Sunshine Coast Business  Development Centre, P.O. Box  128, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0.��34cn  Faker needed to remove trees on  lot. 886*3062 or 273*7066. i35w  Pari time art instructors required,  training provided. Call 886*8782.  ���34*  CD.A. to work Saturdays and  rental. Cell Dr. Dan Kingsbury. 886-  4535. ��34w  New China Kitchen is now hiring  wailers/warlresses. Please apply in  person with resume. tfn  Volunteers needed ��� Ticket sales  volunteers are needed for the Storytelling Festival 'Fall Fair society  needs volunteers ��� The Salvation  Army needs a driver to pick up lurniture from donors. Truck and gas  Is provided. * A woodworking  insiructor is needed lo share skills  with a seniors group In Davis Bay,  Thurs. 1-2:30 pm. For these and  more opportunities call the Volunteer and Inlormation Centre at  6855681. 134*  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Society Is receiving applications lor the position of Home Support Worker. You must be in good  physical and emotional health and  have a car with a valid licence.  Preference will be given to those  with relevant training and/or experience working with the elderly  and/or disabled adults. Phone 885-  5144 for more Inlormation. I35w  Part time yard worker, Roberts  Creek area, $6.50 cash. 6854414  eves. #34w  A mature, responsible bookkeeper  to assume accounting t reception  duties lor local small business.  Box 1282, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  ���35*  Guaranteed income by mall! Wel  show you how. Send $2.00 and  self-addressed stamped envelope  to B.C.I. #407-1225 E. Sunset Dr.,  Beilingham.WA. 96226.    ��34w  Vancouver Sun requires 2 adults  with own vehicle lor home delivery  in the following areas: 1. Browning  Rd ./ Davis Bay / Sechelt. 2.  Sechelt / Garden Bay. Please  phone 390*2067. ��34w  Travel Consultant  A growing travel agency requires  an experienced consultant. Must  be a team player.' Please send  resume to P.O. Box 369, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0. tfn  Part time bakery helper needed.  Bakery, cake decorating, experience needed. Duties will include  donut hying, packaging, customer  service and cake decorating. Apply  in person at SuperValu bakery,  Thurs. 6 Fri., Aug. 5 6 6, 9am*  1pm. tin  Assemble light products at home.  Excel. Income, easy work. Call for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74. tfn  Business &  Home Services  INTERIOR ANO EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, Iree estimates. Relerences  available. 886-3463. tins  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 863-  2978 Hn  Clean homes 8 support for senior  and/or disabled adults and/or families. Bonded, supervised employees. Established nonprofit organization. Pay privately ��� no relerrals  necessary. Phone Sunshine Coast  Home Support Society 885*5144.  ���34*  Wl do your small business bookkeeping In my home. 6859581.  ���35*  Pressure washing 1 roto tilling,  reasonable rates. 886*7116.��36w  PRUNING ��� European trained gardener. Rels. avail., lully insured.  885-9030. ��35w  General labourers, rool repair, window washing, yard care, rubbish  removal. Seniors 10% discount,  free estimates. Call Grant or Mike  886-9894. (3501  WILLOW OARDEN SERVICES  Experienced, reliable, reasonable.  Lawns, beds, hedges, cleanup.  Rob 885*3232. ��35cn  Hu Stinger Service 8868962.  ���saw  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ���Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  Vou name Ul  All pro|ects considered.  fret estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  TOR IS YEARS  Grounds maintenance. Windows.  Dump runs. Man/men available,  casual or regular basis. CaH 886-  3822. ��34cn  COASTAL CONSTRUCTION  Framing ��� Finishing ��� Renovations  - Plumbing - Repairs. Call Cliff  8880784. ��35w  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  ^rn*Custom Framing  ���Stairs5 ' 5(K  ��� Wood Siding1--*1  883-9775  kbits  ���Sqilic lank pumping  .*��� .1, ... ���  * imuucDucnnr  attatarewntsar  COMtadWMIB  ���BM meson Iht  Sunshine com  ph. 136-2342  cal 2�� SMI anytime  Renovations* Sundecks  Carports ���lasemenls  8 mere  Guaranleed prices  <t workmanship  JOI M6-V2S7  Absdutely the best painting at bargain prices. Relerences prove it.  Also minor repairs. Call Roman  9804709. ��34w  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���Favtcaaai  -Oaacto  ���   -V-anf Work  I a a r  j.,p,ir  ���tn.lnlm.-e.  ���Any Job  , one call noes iratu  -886-4788  Licensed electrician lor new house  wiring, home renovations, repairs  to electrical appliances and receptacles. No job too small! Call 885-  4202. ��35w  INTRODUCING  viUnGE orr ia EXTENSION  ���ee.it em m/Q't met tllrtf  ftei. PaperFtU'Ptsotocopyillg  BorW/'romilaaJ.aTypilij  Amr��rtq��nat��'aYartl����s*��*g  ..Ami More...  SPEdAUaNGINSMAU  SUMWSSU... WE CAN CUSTOMIZE  OUI��ATIS TO FIT YOUI BUDGET  IM F(* AN MNMIMDff F0�� A  H��iCUNSU.TAnON TOOAY!  711 Winn Rd.  (eestwf wsssb vMhn woe ein-wj  ���86-3330  I'M VOUR HAND.MAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solariums, No job too small. Bill at  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. tin  DOWN TO  EARTH  Gardening Services  We specialize in  working with people  Kathryn Mussells  885-3458  PEERLESSTREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885*2109.  tn  Sundeck specialist. For your custom deck and a no obligation in-  home estimate call The Woodsman' ai 9259021. *34w  PROFESSIONAL HOUSE SITTER Sechelt ��� mature, nonsmoking, writer (former nurse), impeccable, extensive references. 1-  986-5124. ��34w  LAWN ANO GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenence  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 1 Residential  886-0180 Iv. mess.  ttn  World  Is na-rklng an aggressive  hamlMin owna-r/oparntor  to purchase the currently  operating dealership  In Gibsons.  Investment from  $80,000 ��� $70,000  CONTACT VS TODAY!  Bob Skinner  Color Your World Coap.  link l*7Ma0Vanl��e Way  Delta, BC V40 llll  (604) 9400433  I ��m no longer responsible lor any I am no longer responsible for any  debta incurred other than by debts incurred other then-by  (nye* Arnie Page. Dated August myself, George W. Page. Dated  2,1983. Mfcn August 2,1993. ��36cn  Light hauling, yard and basement  clean-ups. Seniors discount.  Norm, 886-9503. ��34cn  Window washing. Equipment provided. Free Estimates. Call 886*  3822. I34cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  free estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 685*9576     tin  Nurse-aid seeks work. Home support, gardening, companionship.  Susan. 8864282. ��35cn  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all lobs considered, firm prices. Joe 886*9257  ���38w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  685*3917. tins  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  S HUSOVARNA  FORESTS GARDEN  PROOUCTS  Forest* Garden  Dealerships  availabto for Sechelt  Call Dorhn it  Tideline Marine  885-4141  ScRIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Have mowers, Drill travel. Brush-  cutting, weedeatlng, etc. 885-  0737. tfn  BE SECURE! Steel security bars.  Fixed or removable styles. Custom  made. Call 1-977*3457 toll free.  ���3501  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT'OIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886*8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  tmSat Trtttm-femtttf  Experienced caregiver, my bright  happy home, first-aid, TLC, refs.  8364527. ��36cn  Babysitter required, 2 children,  Mon.-Thurs., 8:30*2:30. Rels. req.  6854816. ��36w  Opening 7 daya a week starting  Sept. 7, licensed Kiddie Cat Daycare. Trained stsff, near W.  Sechelt school. 8857759. ��36w  Jack and Jill Preschool has open- ���"�����  Antennae rotor and all-wave Yag*  gie TV antennae. 8860104. ��36w  Garage Sales  Aug. 26629,9*3, previews Aug.  27, 12*3, 5890 Shoal Way,  Sechelt. (34w  lasaaitfg ar1-* ���**�������  Window washing. Equipment provided. Free eslimates. Call 886-  3822. ��34cn  Outbuildings / Additions / Renovations / Repair rot and insect damage. 6858070. ��35w  Teddy Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces lor 3*5 yr. olds and  after school age children. Call 885-  2721. *36w  Daycare available evenings, weekends and shift work. 886-8905  anytime. ��36w  Exp., responsible care for your little one(s) in my safe, comfortable  home. Lots of TLC, toys and nutritional food. Rels. avail. Reasonable rales, llexible hours.  886*2227. ��37cn  looking for childcare, my home or  yours, near Davis Bay Elementary.  For 3 and year old and 6 year old,  alter school, Mon.-Fn. Please call  8855322. ��35cn  The Halfmoon Bay Child Care  Centre Is now accepting fall registration throughout the month ol  Aug. for children aged 18 mos. ��� 5  years. Registration for aged 6 to  12 years will take place al the Halfmoon Bay Childcare Centre on Friday, Aug. 27, Mon. Aug. 30 and  Friday, Sept. 10 from 1 pm until 5  pm. Please call 6853739 for further Information.  The O.O.F. Summer Fun program  will finish on Tues. Aug. 31 and lhe  Kinderdub, and oul-ol-schod programs will start up again on Monday, Sepl. 13. ��36w  The Kinderslop licenced daycare  in Halfmoon Bay will be taking fall  registration throughout the month  of Aug. This daycare service Is  only for children enrolled in kinder-  garden. Please call 885-0645 or  8853739 for further info.    ��36w  Morningtown Family Daycare  opening in September! Fun stimulating activities and outings in a  warm caring environment. (Will be  licensed) Lisa 886*2203.    ��34w  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Applications now being taken for  spaces available for newly  Licenced Family Daycare in September. Large, brighl facility will be  well equipped, with mature, well-  experienced Stan. Open 6:00 am  to 6:30 pm lo meet the needs of  working commuters. Phone 666-  7648. I34w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos ��� school sge.  Fun*lilled caring environment, wtti  trained stall. 886*3913.     ��37w  F/T or P/T or before I alter  school care In my home. WIN drop  off and pick up at Cedar Grove  School. 866*9203. ��34w  Needed for 2 girls, my home, 3  days per week, rels. req. 886-  7116. ��36w  Spaces still avail, lor nine, Ihree,  seven alter school child care at St.  Bart's church hall, Nodh Rd. .  Hwy. 101,3*6:30pm 886*2064 or  886*7118. tin  For Sale  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb. 8 $4 Ib. To order:  665*7341 Namasta  Portable gas welder, $1200; cutting torches. gauges, $50; tire .  wheel 1200-165, $40; Ig. crib S  mattress . highchair, $20; wood  rocker, hardly used, $100. 885-  2143. ��36w  Stihl chainsaw for sale, 20' Made,  like new condilion. 886*7266.  Trucks  '80 Ford F-250, V8 aulo., $2200.  886*7927. ��36w  '77 Toyota long box P/U, recond.  motor, new clutch assembly,  brakes front 1 rear. Good tires I  battery. Runs At. $1195. 886*  2040. ��36w  Security Boat Storage - Hallmoon  Bav area, avail. Sept. i. 685-2703.  For Rent  Newly decorated mobile home on  view lot in Selma Vista Park. 2  large bedrooms, utility room with  W/D, deck, no pets, $565/mo.,  lease avail. 8850696. ��34cn  Help Wanted  Part time chambermaid, Ritz  Motel. 885-3343. ��34w  No work on the Sunshine Coast?  Buy yourssll a job. Excellent  established retail business in Gibsons. Ask lor Ken 886*2277 or  David 888-3254. ��.15cn  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, llexible  hours. Call Sharon 885*2228.  M35w  PRE-BIO  OIBSONS POOL   TANK  REPLACEMENT*  RETROFIT  OIBSONS, B.C.  PREPARING PLANS  OWNER: Town of Okmore,  Contact: Wendy Gilbertson,  Box 340,474 S.Fletcher  Fid., Gibsons, B.C. VON  1VO 604*886-8735  ARCH: Vic Devise ArcNted  Ltd., Contact: Brian Inn-ass,  1S81 Church Ave., Victoria,  B.C. V8P2H2 604-447-  4255 Fax 604-477*8411  CONS ENG STRUCT: Woyle  Blohm 6 Aaaoclalaa.  Contact: Wally Slobodan,  303*45 Bastion Sq.,  Victoria, B.C. VSW1J1  604*388*5312 Fix 604*  366*6543  CONS ENO MECH: Keen  Engineering Co. Ltd.,  Contact: Harold Stewart.  1010 Langley St., Victoria,  B.C. 604*382*2177 Fax  604*382-4614  CONS ENQ ELEC: F.N.  Finger A Associate Ltd.,  Contact: Nick Fenger, 202-  848 Pandora Ave., Victoria,  B.C. 804-381-6121 Fax  604*361 -8811  GEOTECHNICAL ENQ: Cook  Pickering 1 Doyle Ltd.,  Contact: Mika Jualaaon.  141 E. 7th Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C. V5T1M5  604-879-0494 Fax 604*  879-6522  CONSMGR:R. Service -Bid.  Ltd., Contact: Ron Service.  3403 Service Rd., Gen.  Del., Roberta Creek, B.C.  VON 2WO 604*885*9297  Fax 604-885*342  PROJECT: Conatiuct rain-  forced concrete Lap Pool  tank. Toft Pool, surround-  ing pool dacka and related  mechanical, electrical S  pool systems  STAGE: Working drawings  naaring completion, invited  tender anticipated to tw  called In approx. 1 week.  Q  Town of Gibsons  !��|   Invitation  to Tender  The Town ol Gibsons is inviting tenders lor the  conversion ol the existing pedestrian signal ot Shaw  Road and Highway 101 to lully actuated traffic  signal.  This contract will be canied out under tho direction  ol the District Electrical Manager, Ministry ol  Transportation and Highways.  The tender documents and drawings may be picked  up at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall upon  receipt of a $50 cash deposit. The deposit is  refundable upon return ol documents in good  condition.  All information received in response to this invitation  to lender, including the lender documents become the  property ol the Town of Gibsons and, after the closing  date, at the sole and absolute discretion of the Town  of Gibsons, will be opened in public ond examined  by any member of the public.  'Th* lowest nor any ttndttr nel  mm^mmmmmai^M       - ��� ���      . .    a  iMMssuiuy occvpfrra.  tenders marked * 1993 Show Rood Traffic  Signal" must be received at Ihe Town of Gibsons  Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher, P.O. Box 340,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO, not later than 4:00 p.m.  local Time, Friday, September 3, 1993.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Turn those  unwanted Home inlo~.  Sell thorn in tho  Coast Nows and  Coast Now*  Wookondor Classiflodsl  In Gibsons, call 886-2622.  In Saehelt, call 883-3930.  CQAST^NEWlS  Time for a Change!  Our new  classified ad deadline  isThursdays at 5 p.m.  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline  on Thursdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in the  "Too Late to Classify"  category until the  following issue.  Notice Board Jg  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  II****  FRIDAY, AUGUST 27  Sunahlne Coaet Advocacy Action  Qroup mealing, 7 pm, S.C. Unemployed  Action Centra (abova Midnight Market,  1 st door to the left) to diacuaa a  submission to Employment Standards  Review. Anyone Intereated may attend.  Especially interested in hearing from  domestic workers re work experiences  and Irom hairdressers re provisions for  training and apprenticeship. 886-?425.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 2i  Sunshine Coaat Ana Council 3rd  annual Art Auction, Senior Citizens Hall,  Sechelt. Originals and prints, carvings,  pottery and more by local artists.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3  Award-Winning Acoustic Guitarist Don  Ross, Robs-Is Creek Hall. Opening sat  by Dan & Caridwen and special guests,  doors open 7:30 pm  FRIDAY t SATURDAY, SEPT. 3*4  Native Cultural t Theatre Aria Society  Presents Kahurangi Dancers ol New  ealand. Spirit Song Native Theatre  Company, David Campbell & Camp  Salish Youth Performers. Friday A  Saturday. 8 pm. Rockwood Cenlre North  Wing. Tickets $10. $6 children's matinee  Saturday at 1:30 pm. Tickets available at  Rockavood, Roberte Creek General Store.  Parly Shop A Coaat Booka. A  coproduction wilh Ihe Rockwood Centra  Storytelling Festival  SATURDAY, AUGUST 21  Davis Bay/Wilson CrMk Community  Association Flea Market, 10 am*1 pm,  Wilson Creak Hall. Tickets: 16. Into: Bill,  885*7490.  MONDAY, AUGUST 30  Sunshine Choristers fall aeaeon  commences with rehearsals st St. Hilda's  Church, 7 pm. Now members welcome.  Into: 885-2958 of 685-2606  TUESDAY, AUGUST 31  Blue Moon Celebration family politick  picnic, Cliff Qilkar Park. 4:30 pm (picnic at  5:30). Bring a dish to share A all you  need for a picnic (plate, fork, drinks,  blanket). Sponaorad by the Women'e  Resources Society. Info: Carcil. 885*6128  or Deniae, 886-8847.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  S.C. Fall Fair. Kinsmen Hell, Dougall  Park. Encourage those tomatoes A  Kumpkine, take those photographs.  Islpsrs A judges needed. Register for  craft space now. Info: 886*9056.  MISCELLANEOUS  Sunshine Coaet Arte Cenlre: Mono  Hamill'e Dr.smtig.ra. figurative and  landscape paintings ot exploratory form  and monumental scale. Through Sept.  12, t0am*4pm, Tuee-Sat; 1*4pm, Sun,  Elphlnatone Pioneer Museum 1  Gibeona Pood Bank: For the entire  month of Auguet, a percentage of the  evening dessert ealea at the Hillside)  Family Raataurant (Seaview Plaza,  Gibsons) will be donated to the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum and  Gibsons Food Bank. A delicious  opportunity for you to aid two non-profit  societies. 8864232,  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park Vlaltor  Programs: Thursdays, 7:30 pm: What to  do if you're losl in the torest and how to  avoid gatling loot in the flret place.  Frldaye, 2 pm: Diacovering which  animals live in Ihe torest. Frldaye, 8 pm:  Legends Around the Campfire & making  musical instruments. Please bring a lawn  chair Sundays. 7 pm: Learning about our  native flora. 35  Tho Go Toon Centre ia located at  Brothers Park, next to the baseball fields.  Ws are open Thurs. 4-8, Fri. 4*9,  Sal. noon*10 pm and Sun. 1*5. For more  info call 886*0406 during these hours. 35  Elphinslone Plonoor Mueeum. 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Office,  Gibsons. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair acceeeible.For  houra of opening or to book a tour 866*  8232.  Pender Harbour Aquatic t Fltnaae  Centre. The centre reopens Sat., Sept.  11, 2-4 pm for program registration  including fitneee, ewlm leesons, swim  team, synchro, yoga, adapted aquatics,  lifssaving/lifoguardlng, let aid, CPR,  RLSSC Instructor, weight training, shl*  alzu, gymnastics A dance. Bring your  leddy bear to tha Teddy Boar* picnic 1  swim tor froo. There will alao bo gamee &  prizes Info: 683*2142  Parent-Tol Drop-In A Summer  Adventures 93 the Parent-Tot Drop-In  In Sechelt 4 Wilson Creek is dosed and  will re-open Ihe first week of October.  Info: Karen Scott, 686*6648 or  Community Servicee, 685*5681.  Experience Experiments: 4th annual  exhibition et Hunter Gallery In Gibaona.  Experimental worka In pottery and pointing by artisls Linda Dixon and Anno  Gumey. Aug. 7*26.  Free Backyard Pool Satety Tour: volunteers from the Canadian Red Cross will  visit your home to aaeaee the eafely of  your pool. For tree appointment, call  Debbie Malheny, 431*4200. 35  Child Heallh Clinics: In Gibsons Aug. 24  A31.lnSochelAug.25  Tuberculin Skin Toetlng * Travellers  Clinic In Gibaona, Aug. 23 A 30.  Travellers Clinic only Aug. 26. In Sechelt  Aug. 23 A 30. Travellers Clinic only Aug.  25.  SoiuaHy Transmuted Disease Clink:  Phone for appointment In Gibsons 886-  5600, Secheh 885*5164.  Prenatal Claaeoa: Next Lata Claaa  Series commencee Sept. 21, 28 A Oct. 5,  Gibsons Health Centra. To register, call  886*5600 (Glbaons) or 885-5164  (Sechelt). Register early ��� clause HI up  quickly.  Single A Pregnant? CaH the Healh Unit-  688-5600.  Hospital Tour: phono SI. Mary'a Hospital  switchboard, 685*2224.  Parent A Baby Drop la: moot other parents A discuss common concerns.  Tueedaye, 1:15-3:30 pm, 4S4 S. Fletcher  Gibeona and Wadneadaye, 1*3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, Sechelt.  School Entry Booster Clinics: a booster dose of diphtheric, tetanua and pertue-  aia ia important for children entering  school. Gibeona, 886*5600. Sechelt, 685*  5164.  Brooat Self-Exam Clinic: aecond  Monday ol each month, 7-9 pm, Gibeona  Health Centre. Enquiriea pleass cell  Dcnlec Olsen (midwife), 886-6847  MONDAYS  B.C. Broaaltoodlng Support Group  monthly meetings for anyone with quae*  tiona/concomc or just to moot new momc.  Info: Laurie, 888*7900 or Roxanne, 886*  3230. 35  TUESDAYS  "Living Wilh Cancer  Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davie Bay, 1 pm. Info 885*5881  or 8864389.  WEDNESDAYS  Soundwoves Chorus under the direction  ol Chrystal Unrau will begin its fall season  Sept. 15: Wed. evee 7-10 pm. New member* welcome. Info: Pam, 685-7502.   39  Nscdleorte Support Group 9:30-11:30  am through Nov. 24, Sechell Art Centre  sludio. 18 fse. Info: 685-2516. 39  THURSDAYS  SC'e Weight Loea Support Group  moote afternoons 12:30*2:30pm, call 886*  2692, and eveninge 6:30*8:00pm, call  886*7159, at thc United Church,  Glaaatord Rd. Gibsons.  Naodtoarts Support Group. 7:30-9:30  pm through Nov. 25, Sechelt Art Centre  studio. $6 les. Into: 885*2516.  Birth Control Clinic. Coast-Gsribaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Inio: 885*7770.  SATURDAYS  OM Growth Toura ol the Caren Range  throughout July, August A September.  Meet al Wildlife Rehab Centre. Trout  Lake Road, Haltmoon Bay, 11 am to oar-  pod 4x4s or trucks or to catch a rented  van. For more info: Friends ot Caren,  885*2396 (mees.).  SI. Aldan Cloea Proposed Senior*  Housing Community open house 10:30  am-12:30 pm, St. Aldan'e Hall, 1164  Roberts Creek Rd. 35 18  Coast News, August 23, 1993  flews  Regulations struggle to catch up with pollution sources  frontpage I  Kroesa in tbe pasl co-ordinated Greenpeace's campaign on  pulp mill pollution. And in  assessing safe levels of dioxins,  authorities only look at the average fish intake of the average  Canadian, she said ��� which may  be significantly lower than that  of many Native and ethnic communities, and of west coast residents in general.  Since switching to secondary  effluent treatment systems, many  coastal mills aie now closer to  tbe goal of 1.5 kg of organo-  chlorines per air-dried ton of  pulp produced, set by the ministry for Dec. |995.  But "i far not much has been  done towards eliminating the  chemicals altogether - a goal set  by government for the year  2002, and there have been hints  that the ministry may back down  when faced with soaring costs to  industry to meet that goal.  Environmentalists question  why companies don't spend  more money on creating markets  for chlorine-free paper rather  than fighting perpetual public  relations battles over effluent  pollution. They also point to the  potential costs to tourism and  fishing of continuing to pollute  the Strait.  Meanwhile, "What the hell do  we need? We've got 10 huge  closures on this coast due to  dioxins and furans," says Terry  Jacks of Environmental Watch  in Pender Harbour. "This is our  trouble; we always wait. Then  it's over. Our fisheries are  destroyed."  I Also of concent to environmentalists are many of the over  550 chemical compounds in mill  effluent not currently monitored  by government. Despite  improvements in some areas,  Woodfibre wals listed for the  third straight year this month on  a Ministry of Environment  report on non-compliance with  waste management permits.  Meanwhile, Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper (HSPP) faces a trial  this November for accidental  effluent spills and failing a toxicity test in 1991.  A more recent incident this  Another wave of paddlers in last  spring caused HSPP lo close  again for failing another toxicity  test. No charges have been laid.  Municipal sewage has been  another major problem for the  Strait. Save the Georgia Strait  Alliance director Emie Yacub  has criticized regional centres  like Victoria and Vancouver for  their inadequate systems.  Victoria presently pours tons  of raw sewage directly into the  Strait of Juan de Fuca on a daily  basis. Meanwhile, Vancouver  year's Georgia Strait Marathon  and surrounding regions are  responsible for sewage system  overflows which send "all manner of offensive material" including heavy metals and other toxins, flowing directly into the  Strait, said Yacub - sometimes at  a rate of more than 200 times a  year. The Greater Vancouver  Regional District has recently  been charged with six counts of  sewage violations under the  federal Fisheries Act.  Smaller municipalities like  sets off. Concern over the environmental well being of the Strait Itself Is  those on the Sunshine Coast with  secondary sewage systems are  also guilty of pouring waste  waters loaded with nutrients and  organic matters (which in large  doses are said to create red tide  blooms) into the Strait, Yacub  said. Several municipalities  around Georgia Strait recently  appeared on a report from the  Ministry of Environment for  failing to comply with permits  for sewage discharge.  Legal ocean dumping of  mostly dredge materials accounted for 27 year-long permits  allowing 1.7 million cubic metres  into waters of the Pacific Yukon  region during 1992. Thirteen  active sites are located in Georgia Strait.  While the ministry has maximum acceptance levels for toxic  chemicals like mercury, arsenic,  PCBs and chlorophenols, environmentalists worry about cumulative effects and possible lack of  enforcement.  Impetus for the yearly crossing.  A new concern to the health  of the Strait was raised last  November when scientists at the  Institute of Ocean Sciences in  Sidney found trace amounts of  the chemical compound tricyclc-  hexyltin in shellfish throughout  the Strait of Georgia. The current  theory links the compound to  pesticide use in the Fraser Valley. Scientists have not yet ruled  out that the toxin is blowing in  from parts of the world where the  pesticides are still in use.  Crossing oars with Save Strait marathon policies  by Darah Hansen  By the time Save the Georgia Strait  marathon participants launched off the  beach early Saturday morning, Larry  Westlake and his crew had already begun  their own journey.  Westlake along with Joka Zuidema,  Linda Shearsmith and Gerry Wright paddled the opposite way to the marathon this  year from Vancouver Island to the Sunshine Coast. The four participants broke  free of the marathon citing organizational  problems with the Save the Georgia Strait  Alliance for the protest.  "It's not just the entry fees," said West-  lake in an interview prior to his departure.  This year's entry fee of $100 per person is  an increase which mort than doubles last  year's fees. Westlake, a veteran of the last  three marathons, said his crew chose the  opposite direction this year so as as not to  be seen as "free loading" off the popular  annual event - something he believes has  contributed to the marathon's downfall.  In the past, Westlake said the event has  lost money because participants have not  been able or willing to gather pledge dollars necessary to keep the $40,000 event  afloat. Westlake said he's guilty of not  Joka Zuidema  and Linda  Shearsmith and  their vessel  built from  recycled  materials  ready for this  year's  marathon.  Joel Johnstone  photo  raising enough pledge money, spending  more of his time building specialized  boats which have served as "a really productive focus for publicity."  He's not apologizing. Instead Westlake  questions the whole cost of the event and  suggests organizers look to more cost-  effective ways of sponsoring it.  Marathon organizer Laurie McBride  said earlier in the summer each participant  will have to raise $194 just to break even  in the event.  Westlake also questioned the safety of  the marathon. It's become a macho thing  for a participant lo battle the 29 km across  the Strait - an image the media has only  helped to glamorize, he said. 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