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 I LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Victoria. B.��-. "i"  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  July 27,1992 Volume 46 Issue 30  Four  charged in  forestry  break-in  by Nancy Moote  Handcuffed together in the  prisoners' box in Sechelt  provincial court, three men from  Powell River vociferously  denied events reported by police  at their bail hearing Thursday,  following their arrest for a  break-in at the Wilson Creek  Forests Service office.  The three men, and an additional woman from Powell  River were charged after an  estimated $10,000 to $20,000  worth of computer equipment,  cash and cheques was stolen  from the Ministry of Forests  office last Monday.  But in the courtroom, the  men denied the events took  place as reported. At one point  Judge Douglas Moss shushed  their repeated outbursts, telling  them, "You do have lawyers."  According to the police  report, the Gibsons RCMP and  the general investigative section  of the Vancouver RCMP acted  on confidential information to  set up a surveillance operation  and learned that sale of computers taken from the forestry  office was being negotiated.  The three men and one  woman were arrested in Gibsons and charged with break,  enter and theft, and possession  of stolen property over $1,000.  One of the men, 24-year-old  James llooff, was also charged  with resisting a police officer.  Hooff is wanted on several  charges in connection with a  similar break and enter at the  Powell River forestry office  July IS, in which more than  $.10,000 worth of computer  equipment was stolen.  Crown counsel Tony Rowley  argued for the detention of all  three men, based on their police  records. He noted that two of  them, 19-year-old Troy Smith  and 22-year-old David Deforge,  recently persuaded a judge to  drop their no-contact order  because they had a job to do  together. "I'm afraid it might be  the job in Wilson Creek," said  Rowley.  Hooff and Smith were held  in custody while Deforge was  released on $500 bail.  Joanna Sabanis, a 25-year-  old from Powell River who now  lives in Vancouver, was  released on her own recognizance.  The accused were returned to  Powell River to face their outstanding charges in court there  Friday. On Tuesday they'll be  back in Sechelt court for their  first appearance on the Wilson  Creek charges.  Zoning fees  skyrocketing  across district  by Jane Seyd  First ihere was the Land Use  Bylaw, then ihere was the Son  of Bylaw, bolh quickly given  third reading by regional directors at Iheir regular board meeting Thursday night.  When the noise of shuffling  paper had settled, Pender Harbour's controversial Bylaw 337,  which regulates zoning in Area  A, was set to go to Municipal  Affairs before coming back lo  the board for final adoption.  But following Thursday's  amendment of the innocuously  titled "Procedures Bylaw 312"  Pender residents who wish to  apply for rezoning will now  face a 500 per cent increase in  fees, as the cost of rezoning and  public hearing jumps to $1,000  from $200.  And property owners in  other parts of the Coast won't  be escaping the increases either.  Both residents and business  owners can expect to dig deeper  into their pockets for all types  of permits and applications.  In most areas of the Coast,  rezoning costs jump to between  $1,000 and $1,300 from previous fees of $400 or $500. If the  application does not go to public hearing, the regional dislricl  will refund $200.  In one of the more dramatic  scenarios, the cost of a development permit for a large commercial development jumps lo a  maximum of $4,000 from a previously modest payment of $75.  Plus GST.  Meanwhile Ihere are tree-  cutting permits, soil removal  and deposit permits and a new  $100 fee for legal assurances  about property.  The planners say it's about  time, and that up to now regional districl property owners have  been let off easy.  Rezoning fees for the Town  of Gibsons are $1,000. District  of Sechelt fees are currently  $700, with an increase already  in the works.  Just in time for Sea Cavalcade, banners first promoted by the Gibsons Landing Lower Merchants  Association were hanged onto selected power poles by the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce and BC Hydro Thursday. The banners are renderings of local artist Ed Hill's painting  "Gone Fishing," Hydro lineman Don MacLeod (pictured) donated his time to hang the art while  Gwen Robertson and Conchita Harding controlled traffic below. Joel Johnstone photo  Pool review not  due for two weeks  It will be another two weeks before the aquatic commission will  be in a position to make a decision on how lo modify Gibsons pool  renovation plans, chairman Blaine Hagedorn said Thursday.  The commission was last week forced to refer plans back to architect Vic Davies after the only two bids received for the project came  in substantially higher than the $425,000 budgeted and approved by  referendum in April.  Hagedorn said the architect, who made the original cost estimates,  and the local contractors who submitted bids will be getting together  in the nexl two weeks to compare notes on costs. "Then we'll make  some modifications to get as far as we can with the money we have."  Hagedorn said renovations are often more difficult to estimate  because of concern aboul unexpected problems arising during construction and consequent higher contingency fees.  The pool, currently closed for the summer, was not due lo reopen  unlil Nov. I under the original construction schedule. In light of the  tender setback, Hagedorn said it's not likely the pool will now  reopen before Dec. I, and possibly even before Jan. 1,1993.  Planning funds granted for women's centre  A $10,000 grant received by Community  Services from the provincial government  this week will go towards planning a Sunshine Coast women's resource centre.  The grant, awarded through the Ministry  of Women's Equality, will be used to  research centres in other regions, decide on  an appropriate format for the centre and put  the plan into action.  A staff person, to be hired by the end of  July, will complete a business plan for the  centre and research sources of funding.  The planning grant, pan of a three-stage  process, was based on a needs assessment  completed by Capilano College last November, which pointed out the necessity for a  women's centre.  In particular, women were concerned  about issues such as adequate counselling  services, transportation and daycare.  "There are a number of services for  women on the Sunshine Coast, but we found  sometimes it was a bit of a maze," said  Vicki Dobbyn of Community Services.  The idea is to bring those services -  including those dealing with employment,  financial help, legal advice and social issues  - into a central "user friendly" resource.  Dobbyn said she expects the planning  phase of the project covered by the grant  will be finished by the end of November.  "At this point we don't have a specific  location or vision for the women's centre,  said Dobbyn. "Thai's what this process is all  about - connecting with women's groups in  the community."  So far a steering committee with representatives from women's groups has been  put together.  A community forum, where the public  will have a chance to comment on the plan,  will likely be scheduled for September.  paga 6  paga4  12  lit  19  13  Rekindling the joy of  life at Camp Goodtimes  by Darah Hansen  It's a rugged site nestled in  amongst a thick forest of trees in  Roberts Creek, but it's supposed  to be - it's Camp Goodtimes, a  summer camp for kids. For one  week those attending are given  every opportunity to have the  time of their lives. They hike,  fish, golf, swim, paint, dance,  act and sing. They do everything  but think of themselves as sick.  But they ate sick. They have  cancer.  But that isn't what this camp  is about, said its director Yvonne  Carr, there are other times to  dwell on that. "This is play time,  fun time, eat-all-you-can-time."  "We don't see these kids as  sick. We just make sure they  have fun," Carr said  Established eight years ago  by the Canadian Cancer Society,  die camp is run solely by volun  teers, from the kitchen staff  (with exception of the cook)  through to the doctors and nurses. They give of themselves for a  number of reasons, many of  them personal.  "Il confirms a lot of things  about life," said head counsellor  Leslie Carr. "These kids are  inspirational. They've been  through so much and they're still  full of love and wanting to do  things. They're full of life."  For the medical personnel the  camp offers a special chance to  see their patients away from the  grim setting of the oncolgy  department at the Vancouver  Children's Hospital.  "We get to see the other side  of the treatments and have fun  with the lads. At the hospital, we  don't always have time," said  nurse Caroline Martens.  turn to back page  Camp Goodtimes offers a variety or activities for children and young adults with (or having a  history of) cancer, such as Ricky pictured here dressed for an evening of group skits and plays  last Wednesday night Joel Johnstone phou)  Golden  Girl  selected  Long time Gibsons resident  Winnifred Tyson has been chosen as the Golden Girl for 1992.  Mrs. Tyson's dedication to  the community and her involvement with local groups  like the Girl Guides and Brownies over the past 51 years all  combine lo make this well-  spring of inspiration and community pride the ideal choice to  represent the spirit of Gibsons.  Not that the selection process  was easy. Gibsons, it seems,  has a plethora of community  minded people. But Mrs.  Tyson's quiet strength won out.  As one of Mrs. Tyson's nominators put it, Winnifred is a  Gibson Golden Girl who would  never dream of an honourable  mention, let alone being a star.  Congratulations Winnie.  \  tLtMMM Coast News, |uly 27, ll,l>->  Conic in and  Check Out Our  WEEKLY PET  FOOD SPECIALS  NEW!  Farmers Market  Sunday  10AM-1PM  <!  LOCALLY GROWN  PRODUCE  D0G&CATF00D  Dry and Canned i,.*;  Science Oet ��� >JV,  LAMS  ��� rechm- cal  ��� NufroMda  ��� Pu'ina  '. ���'������''"���' ���..'''���!.'.'���.'���'���"''  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  1  i*?jt*fcif & Halter hoi  ��� Pet Accessories  ��� Domestic Bud Seeds  ��� .Wdft/d.Smy  ��� Shit '..���-  ��� (tiff) lifter  Bucket-field's  DEALER  news  Bemoaning  bypass blunders  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527  Mon. - Sat  9-5:30   Sun. 10 - 4  ^5SS--  ii;  armrs  RESTAURANT \_J  WILL BE CLOSED  for .  Renovations  AUGUST 1 -14  WATCH FOR  OUR,*-*^  by Charles Hurt  Continued pressuie ID have  Ihe infamous 'mad lo nowhere  Gibsons bspass linked to the  1 .iiicdalc lenv leiiiiin.il is run  nina; inio a roadblock al thi*  highways ministry.  ���\ rlttrtthflfii QQmom com  cii rBiruiinl ihe issue again Mat  week,  uiih.ipp> iiiai Highways  Minister \it ChaihaniiiiMii is not  willing to folio* through on a  veibal caiiiiiiiilnienl ihe town  (tyt lx* gave oaihei ihis sear to  provide -i ieni|H)iai> caaniiivliiiii  ol the bypass bemeea Phase n  and the lens U'liinn.il A leplv  liiiin vliaiNniiicaii OR COUOdl's  agenda rueadaj spells oot the  ministry's reaervatiooi "\>  discussed at out meeting,"  wines Charbooneau, "an Interim  connecimn ai I anpdale was  investigated hui tbe limited  right of was allowance restrict  ed the safe movement of traffic  io and from tlx- terminal"  Charbooneau goes on to sav  thai the ministis is looking ,u  ways to expedite construcdon of  the I angdale phase of the pro  ject while cautioning itiai nothing can he alone without ade  quale budget tunding nexl sear  "Al Ihis lime. I am noi able lo  give an estimate of when Phase  II and I'hase III in.is proceed."  Gihsons ni.ivoi liic .Small  iiigcd council io write another  leltei pressuring ihe ministry lo  build an interim connection "I  lealls don't read lhal this is a  commitment ami I'm a little  concerned about that," he said  Meanwhile. Socied Ml  \  I sail Hanson came oul swing  mg in a press releaae last week.  saying the NW had abandoned  Socied planned highway pro  lecls in favoui of salary and  benefti hikes im cmi tervanti  He bemoaned tin* shelving of  ihe Socteda1 fteedom to Move  stiaiegv and said stable funding  alternative! weie available fot  highways' construction under  the plan "��� The freedom lo  Move initialise was not sup  posed to he subject to the  vagaries of politic*) and cyclical  changes in oui economy," he  said  The last pieces of heavy equipment on site at the unfinished  (aihsons bypass completed work on catch basins last week, one of  the last acts before construction stops. Joel Johnsione photo  Sechelt man jailed for sexual assault on teen  $  bv Nancy Moote  A Sechell man described as a "victim!!-  er" bs his probation officer has been sen  lenced to 14 months in jail for sexuall)  assaulting a 16 sear old girl two weeks  before his I8ih birthday.  In Sechelt provincial court Hiursdav,  Crown counsel Tons Row lev described the  events that led to ihe assault May,30.  ITie "very drunk"' young man iwho can-  no! he named under the Young Offenders  Act) telephoned a girl whom Ik- had known  casually for a sear, and met hei on the street.  The man pulled ihe girl to a house a hhvk  and a half aw as. dragged her into the bed  room, pushed her down and tried to rape hot.  learing her clothing, Crown said The girl  resisted and managed to escape when she hit  the man in the stomach, causing him to  vomit When she confronted ihe man ihe  next das. he said he had no memory of ihe  assault, court was told.  Row lev asked Judge Douglas Moss to  impose ihe maximum two-year sentence.  However, the accused's lawyer, Phil  Scatisbrick. disputed the circumstances of  what he called "a minor sexual assault."'  painling a picture of a teenage necking session lhal "went loo far."  I he voting man said ihe victim went will-  inglv. Into the house and info Ihe bedroom  i.ilhei than being dragged.  Dunng Ihe sentencing hearing, ihe victim  was called to testify, but because of her distressed emotional stale, ihe court was cleared  while she repeated her story under cross-  examination.  Judge Moss accepted the victim's version  of events, doubling ihe acccused's lack of  memory. In handing down sentence, he  berated the young man for his apparent lack  of remorse. "You should be ashamed and  embarrassed to be here, but I don't get those  feelings from you." he said. "You show little  or any perception of the trouble you have  caused this young woman."  In handing down sentence. Moss considered the young man's lengthy bul non-violent record of crimes committed as a youth.  "There's nothing I can say lhat will rehabilitate you." he told Ihe man. "Thai's an amazing thing to say to someone 18 years old; I  don't think I've ever said it before."  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Financial assistance may be available  _.. ��ui*i      through Canada Employment Centre  COLLEGE       2055Purce�� Way North Vancow��r�� B.C.  court notes  A 21-year-old Sechelt  woman vvho described herself  to police as a junkie was given a  suspended sentence and placed  on probation for 15 months in  provincial court Tuesday after  pleading guilty to forging  cheques from her mother in  order to support her drug habit.  According to reports read in  court. Cheryl McAllister took a  box of her mother's cheques  from iheir shared mailbox during the first week of January  while ihe mother was away on  vacation, and proceeded to cash  several ihem for about $200 at  various Sechelt businesses.  On March 31, the woman  admitted the offences to police,  saying she needed the mones to  buy drugs and liquor lo finish a  binge she was on. "I'm a  junkie." she told police, "and  we get money any way we can "'  Defence counsel told the  court the woman's struggle with  drugs and alcohol began when  she was 13 and had escalated  from there.  Judge Shirley Giroday  ordered the woman to attend  drug and alcohol counselling as  part of her sentence. She was  also given 40 hours of community work service.  Tenants assaulted  In a separale incident, a 27-  year-old man pleaded guilts to  common assault of tenants who  were renting space from him to  store a trailer.  Defence council Lome Paton  said Harry Giroux was both  "extremely drunk" and had a  "significant cocaine habit" at  the time of the assault.  The incident took place after  Giroux and the couple who  owned the trailer disagreed over  rnone) owed for the rental  According to court reports.  Giroux waited in the parking lot  of the tenant's apartment building one evening, then came out  when they returned home  threatening to shoot them with a  double-barrelled shotgun Since  the incident, the man has kkked  his drug and alcohol habits and  has begun an anger management program, said his lawyer.  Giroux was put on six  months probation and fined  $400. Coast News, July 27, 1992  *  \t%r\t*0  A combination of weather conditions and work being done on  Sechelt's downtown revitalization caused an electrical lire on  this Teredo Street power pole next to Teredo Square. Damage  was limited but BC Hydro crews took no chances and closed  off a perimeter around the pole until the situation was under  control and repaired. Ken Shcarsmilh photo  Dixon boundary  tussle flares again  by Jane Seyd  Most fishing boals remained  tied up at points along the BC  shore lasl week while iheir  crews continued a dispute wilh  fish processing companies. Bul  one fishermen had his boat tied  up for a different reason, and it  wasn't on a Canadian chunk of  the coastline.  In an incident that's been  familiar lo more than a handful  of Coasl fishermen over ihe  years, ihe Serene, a salmon  (roller based in Ucluelet, was  boarded and her crew arrested  by members of Ihe US Coasl  Guard Sunday night, after fishing a reported 875 yards into  US waters in Dixon Entrance.  So far, ihe Serene has been  the firsl Canadian fishboal  arrested by US authorities this  season.  Bul retired local fisherman  Jim Cameron said incidents like  ihis have long been a source of  dispute on the waters near the  border.  last year, several Canadian  fishing boats were involved in  incidents around the official  "AB line" between Canadian  and American waters, localed at  54 degrees, 40 minutes latitude  at the southern lip of the Alaska  panhandle.  Over Ihe years, the United  Stales has contested Ihe border  line, arguing lhat il should be 10  km soulh, resulting in whal fisheries officials call a "grey zone"  in Dixon I ���nuance between the  two boundaries.  Hui once Canadian fishing  boats go over the grey rone and  into American waters they can  face stiff penalties from US  authorities, including confiscation of their catch and fines of  $5,000. As a further penally,  fishermen also lose valuable  fishing time while their boal is  lowed into Ketchikan, Alaska in  order for Iheir case lo be processed.  In terms of Ihe pure directional logistics, lo help oul fishermen on ihe north coast, the  Canadian Coasl Guard recently  installed new direction finding  equipment which works on  radio transmissions and can pinpoint a boat's exact localion  throughout Hecate Strait and  Dixon Entrance.  Eventually the coast guard  plans to have transmitters  installed throughout the whole  coasl area, from ihe northern tip  of Vancouver Island lo the  Alaskan border.  Wildlife ftlSalev  v 5m 50-7C3...  5 days only v  p  i  today, July 30|h  through  mondag, August 3rd  bateman,  Isaacs,  Brenctef5,  Serreg-Liiter  6 much more  Special 5ale hours:  DOO am to DOO pm  / \  y>  ^  &  Galleries  5695 Cowrie Street  Sechelt  885-7606  1 .  V  ���:ci.;  .  'JKJ  SOIL & GRAVEL SUPPLIES  DIIRMIMH ANI!  Pender transfer station options debated  by Roxanne Gregory  Local reaction to the SCRD's  decision to close the Pender  Harbour landfill site and the  awarding of a two year contract  for an 'Interim Transfer Station'  has been mixed.  Area A alternate director Cy  O'Leary had the following to  say regarding the awarding of  the contract: "What happened  was we received a report from  public works, which said the  landfill does not have the capacity to be filled through 1993. It  will reach capacity this fall. We  awarded the contract on an  interim basis. We had to take  action. The whole idea of a  transfer station does not negate  alternate landfill sites. There is  still going to be a referendum.  Nothing underhanded has happened here; it's basically a  band-aid solution."  police notes  Gibsons RCMP staff will be  fleshed out nexl month when a  new constable arrives from  Prince George.  Staff Sgt. Ed Hill announced  that RCMP brass have also allocated an additional officer to  the detachment, a new recruit  who has just finished training  and should arrive in early  September.  "I'm very happy about that,"  Hill said at a Gibsons council  The Area A Advisory Planning Commission has meanwhile received the consultants'  report regarding alternate landfill sites. "We will be presenting  that report wilh comment to the Public  Utilities Committee.  ...The report provides  us with some possible  alternatives," said  O'Leary.  When asked if he  was aware that the      Ministry of Environment's new  draft criteria regarding existing  landfill sites might preclude the  reopening and rehabilitation of  the existing landfill site once it  was closed, even on an interim  basis, O'Leary responded: "I'm  not aware of the provisions in  the draft criteria."  Dave Douglas, of the Ministry of the Environment's solid  'Nothing  underhanded  has happened  here'  -Cy O'Leary  waste mangement office in Victoria, said, "The draft criteria is  just lhat, a draft proposal. It is  designed to give regional districts some flexibility in the      development of their  waste management  plans, which are  required by 1995.  The criteria will be  more stringent in the  requirements necessary to open new  landfill sites, and I  believe the emphasis will be  away from establishing landfill  sites.  There are 'grandfathering'  provisions within the draft criteria which will provide some  flexibility for the continued  operation of existent landfill  sites. It is certainly possible lhat  if a present site is problematic  and is closed, it would no longer  be considered under the 'grandfather' provisions." Douglas  said he was unfamiliar with the  specifics of the Pender Harbour  site.  Local business has been reticent to comment publicly on the  awarding of the transfer station.  The owner of the Pender Harbour IGA said "I have lo remain  neutral on ihis. My understanding is that they will take commercial garbage. We're going to  send the cardboard for recycling  anyway."  Myrtle Winchester, owner of  the Papermill and a member of  the Advisory Planning Commission was more forthright: "I  think they made the decision for  a transfer station a long time  ago. It's just another example of  taking something away from  Pender Harbour and giving it to  Sechelt."  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We've done our political duty for a while and apart  from the occasional grumble about the constitutional  wrangling and the seemingly endless intransigence of  Quebec, we pay no mind to the elected servants who are  become our masters. Would that the politicians would  give it all a rest, but no they are beavcring away about  their questionable business.  Is there anybody out there who has any particular faith  in Michael Wilson anymore? The man who was finance  minister for several years sternly urged us to tighten our  belts for the national good so that he could get the Liberal  left deficit under control and then proceeded to superintend the growth of that deficit until it was more than  twice the size it was when he took office.  Canadians were called upon to suffer and sacrifice, but  the end result was a deficit which was scarcely deflected  in its growth curve by Mr. Wilson's stern and steely  determination to get Ihings under control. Surely. Mr.  Wilson cannot be a figure who inspires trust and hopefulness in many breaths. Not only is he as dull and humourless as dishwater, but he has no record of achieving anything of benefit to the country since he first entered cabinet in 1984.  Well. Mr. Wilson has just flown to Mexico to oversee  the next stage of the free trade agreement with Mexico  and the United States. Polls tell us that less than 30 per  cent of Canadians favour such an arrangement, but that is  not going to stop Mr. Wilson and his discredited colleagues. There is nothing in the record of this government  which would lead us to believe that they have any idea of  what they are doing, other than giving the future of Canada into other hands which can scarcely be their conscious  intent, can it?  And yet, while Canadians go about their search for  summer fun from one end of the country to another, the  most unpopular government in history is pressing on with  actions which only a small minority favour and which  will without doubt have effect on Ihis country for a very  long time, and possibly for all time. Our government's  indecent haste in this matter is underscored, if such were  needed, by that fact that there have been demonstrations  in Mexico lately crying for democracy first and free trade  later. It is consensually agreed that the government which  has led Mexico for the past 60 and more years stole the  last election from candidate Cardenas, son of the country's most popular president and a breakaway from the  oligarchy of the ruling party.  No, whatever the urgency is which drives the discredited governments of the three countries forward into this  trilateral agreement, it is much too much of an urgency to  allow a little thing like political corruption or abuses of  democracy to stop them.  So, have fun this summer. By the time your government is finished with its economic machinations you may  well have a lot more to grumble about than Quebec and  the constitution.  letters  Reverse decision  on forest cuts  IWA-Canada, Local 1-71  calls upon the provincial government to reverse Ihe Ministry  of Forests' decision to withdraw  24 per cenl from the Sunshine  Coasl Timber Supply Area.  Rather, we recommend thai an  Inter-Ministry Committee be  established lo study the social  and economic impacts of timber  withdrawals, not only on the  Sunshine Coasl. but throughout  British Columbia.  Additionally, there musl be  proper programs instituted to  deal wiih research, development  and education. It must be  ensured that all workers who are  affected by the limber withdrawals are properly retrained  and receive ihe necessary long-  term education in order to  obtain decent jobs with decern  incomes.  UIC and welfare are not  acceptable as job replacement,  nor are short-term fix it jobs. To  ensure proper employment, we  must first examine the forest  industry and the possibilities of  employment wiih alternate harvesting methods, value-added,  remanufacturing and intensive  silviculture.  We must also ensure thai  there are other long-term viable  industries introduced to those  communities affected by timber  withdrawals. The public is  insisting on immediate decisions  lo deal with environment and  land use, but until ihe proper  infrastructure is in place to deal  wiih loss of employment and  community stability, these deci  sions must be delayed.  DARREL WONG  President  Fish farm unfairly  singled out  Re: Prawn Fishermen  Snagging Fish Farm Debris  Coast News, July *.  Fish farmers on the Sunshine  Coasl have taken their fair share  of criticism from local media,  individuals and special interest  groups for many years now.  Some of the concerns have been  legitimate and the criticism constructive. However, in the article  mentioned above I feel there has  been a mistake on someone's  part and I feel ihe Coasl News  owes an apology to Saga Sea-  farms Ltd. When I phoned your  office I was informed lhat the  mention of the Daniel Point site  as one of the problem areas for  the prawn fishermen was not a  slight against Saga Seafarms  Ltd. I do not agree for the following reasons:  Firstly, there has only been  one farm and one company at  Daniel Point and maybe all the  community does not know lhal  Saga Seafarms Lid. was the  company but a lot of people  here do know and also know ihe  people who worked or still work  for the company.  Secondly, Saga Seafarms has  operated oul of Daniel Point  since 1986 and I have worked  for the company since the  beginning. When you accuse a  small company of doing something wrong you label everyone  who works for Ihe company.  Therefore, I lake the comments  about Daniel Point personally.  Thirdly, the farm was moved  north this past winter and I personally supervised and took part  in the cleanup of the site. Everything was removed from the  water including anchors and  anchor liens. You may be interested to know that I can produce  the invoices and witnesses lo  prove my point.  Fourthly, the Daniel Point  site is a shallow site with water  depths of 60 to 90 feet. As most  people lhat have fished for  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  .Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  prawns are aware most traps are  set in much deeper water. Having dived the Daniel Point site I  will tell you lhal there are a fair  number of big rocks in the area  including one big shoal where  one can find a lol of lures, boal  anchors, boat parts, boat paint,  etc.  I would like to mention thai  many prawn fishermen fish  inside our lease areas in our  northern farm sites right beside  Ihe pens and they have never  complained about losing gear.  In fact, the fish feed we use  makes excellent prawn bait for  their traps.  In conclusion, I would like to  recommend that more care be  taken in the printing of articles  including a phone call to the  people or company accused of  wrong doings lo allow a com-  . mem or rebuttal. Another really  nice touch would be a more  determined effort to write the  truth as Ihey say.  KEVIN R.ONCLIN  Saga Seafarms Ltd.  'Penturbite' article  lauded  Congratulations to Duncan  Macdonell for his superb article  in the July 13 issue of the  "Coast News" on 'Penturbite  attitudes'. It was so well written  and echoes my sentiments completely. Ever since Duncan  joined your newspaper I have  enjoyed his diverse topics but  this article takes 1st prize!  LEIANI ANTHONY.  Gambier Island  This was a timeless moment, timelessly commemorated  I was intrigued by the story in the Coast News  of July 20 about sculptor Jack Harman of Roberts  Creek, so recently recognized in having his statue  of the Queen raised in Ottawa.  This is, of course, a towering achievement but  what especially intrigued me was that the statue of  Roger Bannister and John Landy which graced the  front of Empire Stadium was now lying in Roberts  Creek for restoration by tbe sculptor.  Surely there can hardly be a better known artifact in British Columbia dun the Bannister-Landy  statue. There cm be few bener or better known  athletic sculptures in the entire world.  What set the Bannister-Landy statue apart from  ill contenders wis that, not only was the craftsmanship superb, but it caught and commemorated  one of the most dramatic moments in the history of  athletic competition.  Only once did the first two men to run a mile in  less than four minutes compete, and of the less  than four minutes of that competition there wis but  one split second when Landy on the last bend  looked over his shoulder just as Bannister made his  burst around him oo the outside.  I was just fifteen years old back in 1954 when  all this derring-do was taking place and one of the  great unfulfilled ambitions of my young life was to  musings  john burnside  be a world class miler It is difficult, looking back,  io imagine what heroes of the sports world the  middle-distance runners were in the decade after  the Second World War.  Particularly in Britain. It has been theorised that  the minimal diets available to the young growing  up in Great Britain during the war were actually  disguised blessings. Tbe diets produced lean,  sinewy, spare characters of astonishing stamina  and certainly when I was growing into my teens  British runners at tbe middle distance were the  class of tbe world.  We went in for comics in those days which  were written, as opposed to drawn, and one of tbe  great heroes in tbe Rover in tbe early 1950s was a  working class hero called Alf Tupper. tbe Tough of  the Track.  Alf broke all the rules of athletic training. He  worked long shifts as a welder, lived in atrocious  conditions under a railway viaduct, and trained on  fish and chips. How we loved it when he. dressed  in his tagged track togs, beat all the privileged and  pampered thoroughbreds of the upper classes in  mile after mile.  There was a whole generation of British schoolboys who. thanks to Alf, were familiar with the  strategy of mile-running. Vicariously, we understood the agonies of the third lap and the surge of  adrenaline which came with the bell which  announced the start of the fourth and last lap.  It must be difficult today to imagine how the  four-minute mile haunted our imaginations back in  the early '30s. Could it ever be done? Had the limits of human potential been reached by this mythical barrier?  Then the joy and tbe chauvinistic pride when a  British runner finally cracked the barrier. Dr.  Roger Bannister, in a managed mile at Oxford,  paced by his friend Chris Cbataway, burst through  the tape just under tbe four minutes and tbe athletic  world rejoiced.  Very shortly after that John Landy from New  Za*aland swept onto tbe world stage and in short  order ran three or four miles in times which were  clearly faster than Bannister's record-breaking  attempt  The showdown between the only two men in  tbe world to have run the mile in less than four-  minutes came at the Empire Games of 1954 in the  City of Vancouver.  Landy was clearly the bener athlete; he had run  faster times and always finished fresher than Dr.  Roger.  The race began with Landy out in front setting a  record-breaking pace. Bannister had never run this  fast but he stuck gamely behind the fast striding  New Zealander throughout the first three and three  quarter laps.  On the last bend of the track at the old Empire  Stadium, Landy was expecting Bannister to come  at him. That was the Englishman's style, tbe finishing kick which look him to the tape in a state of  total exhaustion.  Latuidy was expecting him - and he glanced over  his left shoulder just at the moment that Bannister  burst past on the right. That second was enough io  give Bannister a five-yard lead with a hundred  yards to go and Landy couldn't catch him.  Bannister fell face first on the track across tbe  finish line and never ran competitively again.  Landy ran around the track to cool off. The best  man had not won; but what a race, what a moment,  and what a statue being refurbished now in Roberts  Creek.  COAST^NEWS  Taa) tmtaa C��� am a asm/ mm era M aooaUXr ��an ar ��I�� ar. nana  mmmt m m Svntm Cam BC laar. paMTM Ma xraaar ta��|ih  ammyatammeHmm.amaa.aama, stem, tm Saaata *em 12 Kara �� re  ��c.*tti*ita��anx2.=mtsis.tM.-rz ooaaa-K SaMo-ar a. :*aa ���mttx-  Smtm Oka to ��� SaBat BC aw ME-    B�� OS* . B*�� 8 -a. S3) - rat 35- .  ���tt��ba*aIX��Ha*aT =.������ �������.     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What it has had me doing,  idly enough, is wondering about  comparative states of magazine  writing in other parts of the  world, and for this, of course,  you have to find comparative  countries. The one that always  occurs to me, in relation to us, is  Argentina.  In the New World we are, of  course, the closest to the North  Pole and ihey lo the South Pole.  We are comparable in populations, and much of our populations have immigrated at much  the same time from much the  same countries of Europe. We  have our prairies and our cattle  and our cowboys and they have  their pampas and their cattle and  their gauchos.  From 1900 and before we  have been each other's principal  competitors in the sale of wheat  world-wide, with roughly parallel problems of transportation  and financing.  What we do have, though,  and they don't, to anything like  the same extent, is the US of A  and if we're going to be wondering about the magazine business in Canada versus Argentina  this has got to be probably a  main factor. It has got lo be as  breathing in and breathing out  that a majority of what's on our  newsstands is going to be American; and short of developing  some sort of Periodical Protection Agency to seize these  papers as they attempt to cross  the border, there is not going to  be any change in this situation.  Obviously this is going to  diminish the market for Canadian magazines. Obviously, loo, il  will put a serious crimp in Ihe  chances lhat people, publishers  or potential publishers, are  going to get in there and siarl  anything new, and possibly  bolder, and possibly both bold  and Canadian.  It will also have another and  maybe more serious effect. Wiih  the major papers read in the  country being produced in Ihe  States the almost necessary  trend here is for the papers we  do have to follow along with  style and content. It could  become that the major part of  Canadian periodical writing  might just as well be actually  published and edited in the  Slates.  This is a problem that clearly  they don't have in Argentina.  They do have other problems,  but at least what they write and  publish and read is their own  stuff, in their own developing  style.  At this point I feel that I may  have to apologize for wandering  into the subject. The fact is I  don't know very much about the  in a nutshell  Argentinian periodical press. No  Argentinian magazines are  available io me here in Gibsons  and if ihey were Ihere is ihe little matter lhal I don'l read Spanish.  What I do have, though, is a  detailed record (in English) of  Ihe long experience of one of  Latin America's lop writers in  the Argentinian magazine business.  Jorge Luis Borge was already  well known as a poet in Buenos  Aires when he decided, for  financial reasons, to get into  journalism. He seems to have  had no trouble gelling his first  essays and shorter column  length pieces published in some  of the better papers.  He fell in with a large and  lively community of writers and  poets like himself, and ihey  seem to have found themselves  in a posilion of almost infinite  scope. Three of them would put  in 50 pesos apiece and it would  be enough to get a new little  magazine off the ground and  onto the street.  He came lo be asked to edit  sections in principal papers. For  one he did, for three years, a  s. nutter  regular page on 'Foreign  Books'. Borge set up Ihe page  wiih a short biography, which  he wrote, running down one  side, and reviews of new books  in various languages on the  other. There might be a biography of H.G. Wells wiih reviews  of Virginia Woolf, Jean Genet  and the new Ellery Queen.  Borge was nothing if not eclectic, but where would we look for  a similar treatment of just books  in French from our own Quebec?  Finally he was hired to produce a regular literary section  for the most popular tabloid. He  seems to have a free hand,  because it as here in the yellow  press that he developed the  genre of short, often fantastical  stories for which he is world  famous.  The moral, of course is clear:  the formalized, 'professional",  organization may make things  seem easier for some writers -  but without full creative scope  Ihere can be no real development. When the formula is  essentially coming from another  country the drag effect will  maybe be complete.  Congratulations to  Neil Sandy  letters  Transfer station no  use to anyone  Pender Harbour beware -  there will be no such thing as a  'Transfer Station'. At least not a  transfer station as everyone is  expecting. If it ever would come  to it, they will only transfer just  the leftovers from your kitchen -  nothing else!  Items that will not be handled include: tires, agricultural  waste, lumber and demolition  waste, gyproc, yard rubbish,  appliances, stumps, dead animals or fish, wet-cell batteries,  large metal items (they don't  explain what large is, an eight-  foot piece of pipe or a piece of  sheet metal weighing 10  pounds?) The first eight items  on this list contribute to more  than 90 percent of our dump, so  less than 10 per cent gets to be  transferred. What is Pender Harbour going to do with the 90 per  cent? Dump it anywhere in the  bush as was done before we had  the dump?  And all this because one  director, who lives as far away  as possible from Pender Harbour, thinks this is the way to  go. He says he is being pressured by Victoria. Apparently  not so. Environment lands protection officer Harvey Maxwell  said last Friday that he was surprised by the sudden decision to  close the landfill! "We have not  issued an order to close the Pender Harbour landfill site,  although eventually we would  like to see it closed."  It is possible to have a new  site ready in two to three years  and our present dump could eas  ily hold out that long. As Mr.  Maxwell said: "The ministry is  not considering taking any legal  action against the SCRD over  the landfill." Let us all support a  new landfill site because, as you  can see, the transfer station will  be of no good to anyone in Pender Harbour.  FRANK ROOSEN SR.  Garden Bay  Slow down, cats  suffering  Here I am again writing a letter about the speeders on  Redrooffs in Halfmoon Bay.  Today another cat has gotten  very badly injured in front of  our house. In case you didn't get  to read my last letter, I provided  you with information on pets  that have been killed by hit-and-  run drivers on Redrooffs in front  of our house. The first one,  Susie the first, died April 9,  1990, the second one, my kitten  Buddy, died August 25, 1991  and then near the end of last  year a very nice senior lost his  cat Toby. And now today,  Buffy, a beautiful cat, is being  operated on by the Sechelt vet.  The cat's very kind owner,  another senior citizen, is hoping  the cat will be all right. When  my two cats were killed our  neighbour was very generous  and comforting, and now it's  myself and my family's turn to  help her. The driver of the pick  up that hit Buffy, of course, was  speeding and did not stop. This  is the fourth time I've spent a  day crying my eyes out. Even  though I barely even knew this  cat, it hurts a lot to realize lhat  one of nature's animals has been  mistreated, very mistreated. And  it hurts a lot more, to actually  see ihe killing.  So my family and I would  appreciate if everyone would  stay at the speed limit of 50  kilometres instead of driving at  100 kilometres as many drivers  do. And so you speeders know, I  just got a new kitten and I love  him very much, so please don't  kill him.  ANN KONOPASEK  Age 13, Halfmoon Bay  Doctors' dedication  praised  In reading Bill Whites letter I  thought what an injustice. I can  only assume that he has never  been really ill and if he was, he  certainly didn't go to Dr. Amiel.  The first lime 1 met Dr Amiel  was at 4 am when he met me at  the clinic. In the past four years  he has made several house calls  in the middle of the night,  always with his gentle, calming  words and smiling face.  This time lasl year, I was in  St Mary's and when I started to  act totally out of character, Dr  Amiel know there was something seriously wrong with me.  If he hadn't taken the time over  the yean to know me I wouldn't  be here to write this letter. Within hours I was in kidney failure  and on my way to St Paul's. In  the seven weeks at St Paul's my  daughter was told three times  that I wasn't going to make it. If  I hadn't had such a caring doctors and nurses at St Paul's  fought alongside me to save me  from TTP, an extremely rare  disease.  Perhaps Mr White would like  to get together with Mr Harcourt  and Ms Cull and spend an hour  in St Paul's emergency room on  Friday and Saturday night with  them you might want to inquire  about what we will do when our  best doctors leave the country,  not for more money but to work  some place where their skills are  appreciated. Maybe you should  take the time to think about  where we would all be if the  NDP continues to attack and cut  back the doctors, nurses, teaches  and police. It would be a frightening world without these very  dedicated people.  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Squadron flying the Aurora airrmti on mat  itinie patrol The four-engine luiho piop  Auiora loaded with electronic grai is a sub-  mannc huntei along with peace '.nne duties  And those dunes include sovefeicniv patrols  in the Arctic, search and rescue monitoring  oil spills oi illegal ocean fishma  and anti  drug smuggling reconnaissance Mike's  squadron one of three in Canada, has taken  pan in mans NATO exercises centred in  such countries as Denmark. Norway. The  Netherlands. Britain and Iceland They have  flown to bases in the Azores. Bermuda.  Thule in Greenland and a number in the I'S.  Recently judged the besl performing  squadron in Canada, the 415 now prepares  for a Commonwealth competition to be held  at Fincastle in Scotland this year against  squadrons from Bntain. Neva Zealand and  Australia  Roadside blooms  Those bnghl yellow flowers in such all-  summe' profusion along oui roadsides Dandelions^ The\ an? not the dandelions of the  thick milky stem variety thai pop up in our  lawns Despite the flower's resemblance lo  the common dandelion, the stems of this  plani are thin and wiry, and the rosette of  leases ai the base, bolh hairy and scalloped,  define it. according lo C.P. Lyons, as ihe  Hairy Cat's Ear Thought you'd like io  know  Easy Winnings  Did you gel an offer of a $5,000 pri?e jusi  for sending in S5 to a Las Vegas address1  Retain your prize eligibility by al Answer  the game question Which is not the garden  tool? Rake, shovel, lawnmower. hair dryer  b) Sign ihe release form (release from  what1! and ci Send the 11 Can't figure this  one out  Notice Board  ��� Onftmnf. rvt-nu. musl hr tipdMtrd nmnihi*  ��� Wr reserve the npht Ii rdn *.ubnii*.*.Mn>. 1 t hrrviu  ��� A.I1 Kut-misM.iiV* shuuld Trier ic i*>rt pr<��fn events ot prtiuinc tvmiminiu tmerc*.i  ��� llritiN will ht lislcd Ihret Uwfci prr** D the rvttu  W0M0M u"  nmrnmrnt*-  The Sunshine  Coasl News  TUESDAY. JULY 2t  Christian Woa-nan't Club t FrienaWhip Coffee  BiWt Studiet Canadian National Missionary  Margret Decasseres invites interest ladies to  meet with her at 10-11:30am l ?633 Speei Rd  Madeira Paris For into call *->���.��:���' or 883-  2842  WEDNESDAY. JULY 2S  Gibaona Ptatsioa-aara Branch ��3�� invited to the  Regional Board ptcmc Transportation will be  provided from Departure Bay m Nanaimo to the  picnic site at Bowen Park For more mlo call  886-9518.  Telephone Piontara 1st Annual Picnic  Porpoise Bay Park.. 200pm Call 885-4422 oi  885-2423 lor details.  'THURSDAY. JULY 30  Vision - The All ot Looking and Seeing An  evening with Robert-Michael Kaplan 0 D  M.Ed.. Restore your natural vision Rockwood C  entre. North Wing 7 30-9 30pm Admission  Free  FRIDAY. JULY 31  AnothaK Inner Ear CoNaa House. Music starts  at 8:30 pm at 749 Leed Road m Roberts Creek  Everyone welcome lor music and munchies For  more into call 886-9747.  SATURDAY. AUGUST 1  r Wand - Aits and Crafts Fair l0-4pm  Near Community Centie at New Brighton  Transportation via Dogwood Princess Irom  Langdale  Snap Meat Pender Harbor Community Hall.  10:00am. For tables call Ruth 883-9603.  Car Wash ai Seehett Shall 10:00am Proceeds  to Sunshine Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation  Center.  SUNDAY. AUGUST 2  Open House for Wiljo and Florence Wiren  COth Anniversary Harmony Hall (O.A P)  Gibsons. 1:00-5:00 Welcome'  TUESDAY, AUGUST 4  Dr. Macrae! Odeirt will be speaking of Stall ot  tha art Mrtsmlty Car*. For info call 886-8468  B85-2322.7:30pm at Rockwood Lodge        31  Post Natal Class Sechetl Health Unit 7-��pm  To register phone 885-7930. Everyone  welcome.  MISCELLANEOUS  E very Saturday during July and August Meet at  ii 00am al ihe Sunshins Coasl Wildlife  RehebHitntion Centre al the tool of Trout Lake  Rd Halfmoon Bay Tour ot the Caren Range  For into phone B83-2807 ��33  ���92 Orentation sat to start st UBC Heading lo  UBC this lalP Get to know all the important  ttnngs will, the help ol Orientation '92 All first-  year students their parents and college transfer  students are invited to attend For more  information call B22-3733  The Sunahlne Coast Volunteer and  Information Centre only has a lew community  directories left and would like to get rid of them  before starting a new reprint in 1993 A special  price of $3 00 has been put on the lew left Call  B85-58B1 foi more inlormation or to order.  St Bartholomew �� Anglican Church Hwy 101  & North Rd Gibsons Fun days One people  one planet Side by side hand in hand, ages 5  to 12 9-12:30 Mon lo Thurs, 9-2 Friday. August  17 to 21. Registration fee $5.00. Everyone  welcome Foi mlo call 886-3354 or 886-9569.31  Sechelt Public Library Summer Reading  Program 6 Wednesdays starling July 6 - Aug.  12th. 1:30-2:30 Bt library. Children aged 6-12  welcome More into 8B5-3260. 31  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open until  5-00pm Displays ate constantly changing There  is something of .merest loi aU aoes.Lecawo at  716 Winn Road. Visit the Sunshine Coast's  regional museum today.  MONDAYS  St Hilda's A SI Andrew a Youth Group every  Monday night All young people welcome Call  885-6036. for more into 26  Seniors Branch 69. Carpet Bowling. Mondays  V30 pm Eaarcise with Joan Frembd Mons a  Thursdays-11-12 26  al Baptist Summer Fun July 6-August  26th Monday to Fnday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) lor  more inio please call Tracey Jardine 885-2454.  27  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open seven  days a week. The various displays are constantly changing. Everyone Welcome Localed at 716  Winn Road in Holland Patk, across from  Gibsons Post Office. For into 886-8232        26  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers of your community 26  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square. Info 885-1959.. 26  Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall Sechell Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details 26  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental A  salsa at Sunshine Coast Art Centre Open 2  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent: any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.26  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic al Coasl Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S. Fletcher Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  to 9 pm Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770. 26  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets  12:45-2:30pm. at the Uniled Church. Glassford  Rd.. Gibsons. Info: 886-7159. 26  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays. 1 to 3 pm.  26  Calisiataa rajslaiilil IT flri it 038 Tia Chi  at 1:30 ajTajfcatos at 7:00 pm lor seniors al  Harmony HIT every Friday. Info 886-9619 or  886-9000. 26  SATURDAYS  Youth Drop In Center Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00 -11:00pm. 26  SUNDAYS  Tha Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7 30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 8B5-7088. Open for all  ages. _. 26  All the recent cart and attention given Ihe flowers and shrubbery  of Pioneer Park is compliments of Helen Greenberg, recently  retired and living in lower Gibsons. Joel Johnstone photo  by Beverley Shipley  The Roberts Cieek hall was  packed with approximately 200  Roberts Creekers lasl Sunday  atiending the OCP Workshop,  the first of many lo come. People were split up into groups  who then brought their topics  and concerns regarding the control of growth of Roberts Creek  to the entire group.  According to Maskelt Road  resident Alec Ross, everyone al  the workshop seemed lo agree  on the big one - Creekers want  the Creek to stay rural.  Also discussed was Ihe  important issue of development  on Highway 101. If such attractions as a pilch and put! course  are established, then a precedent  is sel and ihe highway through  Roberls Creek could become  another roule such as the one  from Chilliwack to Hone - complete with Flinstones Amusement Parks.  Ross was concerned that the  Department of Highways is difficult to gel information oul of  and his suggestion to Creekers  Smart.  Smarter.  $35 rebate  tOffrr mild from April I tr. Drlember SI. 19921  $70 rebate  tffrr mmtfitm tat} I le Da ember 31. l<rV2  A������_     ---   There are new over 100 Power Smart energy -efficient refrigerators lo choose from And to help you decide. Hydro is offering two  ^^Ar      significant cash rebates." A S35 cash rebaite for energy-efficient models or a $70 cash rebate for super energy-efficient model   iwa���i When you're shopping for a new fndge. be sure to ask your salesperson to *Aon you the qualifying flower Smart  models. A compiele list is also available from your salesperson or local Hydro office To receive c>ur special Power Smart rebate, fill  in the rebate form and send it with proof of purchase Your rebaie w ill be on its way by return mail And because your  new fridge is Power Smart you also gel ongoing energy savings. So you save now..and you save later.  'Rebates appl, to Canadian parrhayci oajrj  BC hydro  who are concerned about the  development of grid roads, ihe  future possibility of a highway  through Roberts Creek io Davis  Bay. etc.. should be brought up  for discussion. To make your  views known contact Highways  District Manager. Peter R. Mil-  bum, al 1690 Main Street, Vancouver, V7J IE3.tet 987-9311.  Creek dance  The Save The Hall Committee is doing it again! A greal  Rhythm and Blues Band from  Chicago. Eddie Shaw and The  Wolfgang will be doing a repeal  performance al the hall, ihis  Sunday. August 2 from 8:30 pm  io 12:30. Tickets are available al  the Roberts Creek Store.  Creek daze  Daze plans are coming  together and the dale is sel for  August 22 al Cliff Gilker Park  after Ihe parade down Roberts  Creek Road. The (heme for the  parade is Canadian Unity (the  nation of Roberts Creek as pan  of Canada). The committee  would like lo encourage people  to get together a neighbourhood  float. . If you plan to participate  in ihe parade, please call Dale  Gould al 886-3805.  Lots of help is needed wiih  traffic control and enforcing  parking restrictions in the park  If you can donate an hour's lime  please look for the sign-up  poster al the store. Gail Newman is booking tables for crafts,  food and information al 886-  3977.  Yvonne Mounsey would like  help with children's activities at  886-7815 Ken Dalgleish is  organizing entertainment al  886-2843. Grace Lawson woukl  like help with family activities,  volleyball games, horseshoes,  etc . ai 885-3192. The next  meeiing is July 28 al 7:30 pm al  Cliff Gilker playground.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Uaae your fares at home aaiih u*  Pn   Animal Carr  Mail Ocarina: and Fonainline  Indoor Haul anal Yard *auilt*nam<-  ttfiaUr Hone Oarda or Ua r-in Srraicr  CALL SHARON 885-2228  A  lB)> feint KtM-llMk  '^"'       Ir-taMtiaiut  BONDED LICENSED INSURED   a3r��nct>aMC��ia��tToCo����1���  Nf WS TIPS  CALL  885-3930  ���ja. Coast News, July 27, 1992  nrrDm^rwrmn  nAtfyvM' SUPER WHITE   -isdefaM^ SATIN, EGGSHELL  CEILING OR FLAT LATEX OR SEMI-GLOSS LATEX  After Sale Price  $43.92 - $45.96  Limit 5 per  household  ALL  WAUCOVERJNG  *Reg. book price. Patterns may vary from those shown.  You could WIN  Color Your World Gift  Certificates worth up to  Ask for details in-store  $50.  BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS.  COFFEE & DONUTS.  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SERVICE GUARANTEE: If you  ore not completely satisfied for any reason  with the level of our expertise or service  PROMOTION  JULY 29th-August 2nd, 1992  we will send you a voucher equal to 10%  of your purchase. LOW PRICE GUARANTEE: If  you find a comparable paint or the same  wallcovering in any competitor's store at a lower  price within 30 days of purchase, with a valid proof of  purchase of our product, we'll instantly refund tbe  THIS LOCATION ONLY!  210-1100 HWY #101, GIBSONS PARK PLAZA. 886-8103 Coasl News,  luly 27, 1992  '  ^8>unkco4a>  Labour Pool  Need Help?  Call us!  (604) ���������������012  OllllH  539 Cuiice I niio  Gibsons. BC. VON IVO  RR��1 S1-C2?  Sunshine Coast labour Pool ts pleased  to announce a new seiner lor the  home own*r and business men and  women on tha* Sunshine coast,  we aie competitive in rates and supply  vanous seivices, we have local tiades  people and skilled labour at hand loi  the task  Call us now and get yout Itee wntten  estimate  . WHIUNI,    FABRICATING  llK .inssluk   MOHIII CINII  ��� TRADES PlOPlt  . \klll i ll LABOUR  ��� UMPORAR�� IIEIP  ��� MAHINI IIIIIRICAt  i RIMDINIIA1  ��� COMMfRCIAl  ��� INDUSfRIAI  community  golden lifelines  EXTRAVAQ  AUGUST 1  HAUL  sAuon  AmmmK    Q  ^^k  MUSIC  ffiift f>M(jyii  I1AIIAI KIADINGS  Reflexology  crfativiciotiiinc;  ,.w.M:-n���t  fARCJT CARDS  in tho I  Inl Roberts Creek ��� 88S-S512  h> Joy it Ostry  llio tango sale on July 27 ai  lhc new Si'iiiois (Villa- on Inlt-i  Avenue was a lingo success.  Besides all the lahli's lhal sold  goods. I iiny (irallon anil  Madge Bell nM Branch 6<) his  lun bonks that aii' now avail-  aide. Md Nc'i-lanils sold now  ini'inln'iships; Ulivo Marshall  and Blvi Booth did light  refreshments; then was a quick  raffle ol ni angel food cake; and  Connie Wilson ind Mary Butter  sold raffle tickets A hig thank  mmi u> all those who helped and  ipecial ill.inks io Mi Howie loi  all his help ot treniportatlon ol  goods  It'l u-i> sad lhal I havo lo  irll vou ihai tomeone has min  dallied ihe outside o( the now  building  I ho soniois picnic is on Aug.  2(1.  Cralti chair  Virginia Bckdal is our now  chairperson for crafli, Crofters  don'l take a holiday in the summer, so come oul and moot  sonio people and havo some fun  on Thursday morning at 9:30  am at the Seniors Mall on Mermaid, Plans are underway for  the fall Christmas Bazaar, It's  Christmas in July.  Wo once managed a reslau-  ';  ...  Elackberrics Summer Sale  All summer fashions up le  411 slices  cne lew  price!  enly  Keg tc $/8w  411 coloured Red.  Denim Jeans jm  and Jackets ���rdfi8e  %  411 accessories  7e  ��)f |   & scarves)  Clf  (in�� litflins  bells,  {%f)-~Jf)'/'    ,""nES  ���eWORKWEN?  /IK WORLD  Summer Savings  All short  sleeve cotton !^0����rf  casual shirts   -*-*V oft  GWG boot cut  jeans Reg $29"  only  99  Workwear World  Jeans straight, leg  or boot cut  2 pair for  99  $34  153  $24!  3-pack  tube or  white sport  socks  only  $5"  Men's  fashion  jeans ,    ,  s nn  iseconds) onlyC | U99  sires 28-40     ��� * ^*  Workwear World  STOINEWASH JEANS,  straight leg  only $19"  (Reg 24")  ALL WORK  .BOOTS  6" or 8"  steel toe  $10 off  regular  price  e WORKWEN?  Ah WORLD  FROM WORK TO PLAY!  "WE'RE WORKING FOR YOU"  I lo Ken s Lucky Dollar  Ion Thurs 9 30   6 00  Friday Q 10    fl 00  Salurday 1 30    5 30  Mon-Fri <! 00 t'OO  Saturday 9 30 5 30  Sunday l I 00 -3 00  rani in Nonh Vancouver, so lhal  makes us a hit picky. Sometimes, wo onle* plates of appealers llhiee or more) and a  salad and then ordei dessert. If  one slicks io ordering food with  mil dunks, the hill       will seeni reasonable,  Lilted hero are  .iiino hotel lesiaii  rants and my e\|ioii  ences ihere.  rho     Centurj    Plaza's main dining is tasty with  the chef doing some great ihings  wiih Pernod, The Sheridan  Plain mh> is pricey, bin ihey  have wonderful appetizers and  unusual salads   Ihey pin up a  listed here are  some hotel  restaurants and  my experience'  good luncheon for groups. I was  al Ihe Stanley Park Plaza about  IK months ago for a luncheon  and was impressed by Ihe service and the food. I was a guest,  so I can'I comment on price.           One might ask  why don't you cal  al cheaper places?  My accom moda  lions and meals art-  paid for by committees and boards of    directors of which I  am a part. I wouldn't be in these  places if il came oul of my  pocket. When I'm alone and  using the wheelchair gelling lo  ihe cheaper places hy Vancouver Cab (they're built lo handle  wheelchairs) costs as much as  staying in and eating at the  hotel. As we all know, a woman  alone at nighl on a city street  places herself in jeopardy and  this is doubly true when using a  wheelchair.  One place I like to go wiih  Ihe grandchildren tagging along  is the Sinter, I pig out on salads  and fruit and they pig out on  everything else and Ihe price lag  doesn't make you dry.  Most of the time, I stay at the  Ramada on Broadway. The  rooms arc clean and comfort  able, Ihe service is prompt and  cheerful and Ihe dining room is  reasonably priced with a menu  lhal is varied and lasty.  Mnna Osborne promotes good cheer along with rallle tickets at the Sechelt's Seniors Craft Sale,  July 11, us seniors made first use or their new seniors centre to open officially sometime In August  (THA). Jeicl Johnstone pholo  iwoHiMAmouri  ���/"���a-  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Fifty Year?  19 4   1-1*91  In recognition of  B.C.DAYwe  will be closed on  Saturday, August 1  Pender Harbour      Sechelt Branch:       Gibsons Branch:  Branrh:  BuxZS  Madeira Port. B.C.  VON 2110  Tel. 88:1 "531  fio.v .''75  Teredo Square  Sechell. B.C.  VON ;iao  Tel: 885 3255  Box 7/5  Kern s Plaza  Gibsons. B.C.  VON 1V0  Tel: 886 8121  Ever have some  important papers  you need to send  RIGHT NOW?  Not overnight,  or later today.  We're talking  NOW!  Ok, there's a  better, and  faster way!  IN GIBSONS, FAX TO  886-7725  IN SECHELT, FAX TO  885-3954  Send: S3 per first page, SI each  additional page, plus phone charges.  Receive: SI per page (Up to 8>/2Xl4)  COAST^NEWS  885-3930  Cowerie St  Sechelt   886-2622  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  I don'l know how many tick-  els are lefl for this year's Festival of Ihe Written Arts, bul if  you haven't yours, you'd better  hustle. The festival willrun  form Aug. 13 to 16 at ROck-  wood Centre and the Festival  Pavilion. To wind up the festival, the Vancouver Symphony  Chamber Players will delight  music lovers on Aug. 16 at 7  pm in the pavilion. For further  information telephone 885-  9631.  Crafts Faire  The fifth annual Sunshine  Coast Crafts Faire will be held  Aug. 15 and 16 in Hacked Park  in Sechell from 10 am to 6 pm.  Featuring a large; lent where  children's activities are free,  such as face-painting, crafts and  entertainment.  There will be food booths, of  course, for what is a fair without food? Organizers have  billed this year's fair as Ihe  biggest and best ever wilh  works from over 50 artisans,  The faire is the same weekend  as the Festival of the Written  Arls, so there will be lots of  people. Get there early and  bring your lawn chair. Admission to the fair is $1.  Moving On  I've been writing this column now for close lo four years  and I've enjoyed il and learned  from doing it. But now the time  has come to move on lo other  things. I want lo lhank everyone  of you who helped me, week  afler week by phoning me wilh  ilems for the column or leaving  me notes at the Coast News  office. I could make a list bul  I'd be afraid of missing someone's name. Next week, Deanna  l.ueder will be writing Ihis column. She is a friend of mine  and a wonderful writer. Her  telephone number is 885-7365.  I hope you will give her a call.  Remember  if you're going to  gamble with your  Septic Tank  J 9 75?^"  aflush      ��������������   -  is better    ul i     m  than a       \l//  lull            W  house!        1 ' P��  for septic tank pumping...  /  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask for Lucky Larry.    - - ���  areata.  mmmmmm  mmmt Coast News, July 27, 1992  community  aaais bay newt  ^pHKry ^im^ti  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3*29  We have always thought Davis Bay had  the most beautiful beach and the prettiest  setting on the Sunshine Coast, haven't we?  Well, after walking along the beach in  Sechelt, we must revise our opinion. A  curved cement sidewalk, bordered on either  side by beautifully kept green grass, follows  the contour of ihe beach. Dotted along the  walk are benches and picnic tables where  you can sit and rest or have a summer supper  while the kids enjoy a swim. The beach  retains its natural charm.  'In a news release lasl week, it was stated  that Sechelt council members won't consider  studying the feasibility of a seawall along  Davis Bay beach. The statement was made  thai "Davis Bay ratepayers sent a 'hands off  message to them." Perhaps it's lime we  reconsidered this decision. Our beach is  rapidly disintegrating, pothole by pothole.  The Sunshine Coasl continues to be a  social and cultural gold mine with concerts,  festivals, plays, fairs and the like. When we  made the decision to retire up here after having spent all of our life in the big smoke,  friends and family alike were horrified!  What on earth will you ever find lo do? was  the usual whine. We are as busy and  involved now as we were when our boys  were young and growing up..sometimes loo  much sol Life in a small community continues lo be a joy, a challenge, an experience.  Friends are special, important in our lives.  Special belated birthday wishes lo Kay Mel-  calf, a friend, boss and all round good gal.  IRioJkfc'  Saturday ONLY  Steaks  s8  BingO "i^,,^ I  Closed Sundays'  No General Meetings       HOT SNACKS  until September EVERY NIGHT  3064 I lower RcnuT,--"li8^!9.S4���"���  halfmoon heppenlngs  by Ruth Forrester  After a short break, the Welcome Beach Community Association is back in action again  planning social events for our  enjoyment. The most recent  project was the bingo at the  Country Fair which was  enjoyed by young and old.  One of the favourite social  events of the summer is the  Welcome Beach summer barbecue with 'best-ever' hamburgers, salads, tea, coffee and  desserts.  This will be on Saturday,  Aug. I at 5:30 and the cost is  $5. Bring your guests and the  kids along for a good meal and  a great get-together with  friends and neighbours.  If you plan to attend, it  would be appreciated if you  would call either Mildred at  885-5249 or Grace at 885-  9269.  Just to give them some idea  of how many to prepare for.  You are also asked to bring  along your own plates and  utensils so that no one will  have to slay behind to wash all  those dishes.  Car wash  You can help raise some  much-needed funds for the  Sunshine Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and, at the  same time, drive around with a  nice clean car if you take a  drive into Sechelt Shell Station  on Aug. I. The car wash will  start at 10 am.  The bad stuff  That was some of the good  things which happen around  Halfmoon Bay. Now for the  bad stuff, and there seems to be  lots of it nowadays.  Last month it was the theft  and destruction of my car  which caused a great deal of  upset and expense, all of which  was quite unnecessary and  most unwelcome. The latest  incident is the theft from our  workshop of a sailboat mast  and sails.  It was not the monetary  value, although this is considerable, but the pleasure my  husband takes in his small sailboat which he is presently renovating. He has now been  deprived of this. The culprit  may well be reprimanded,  hopefully in the very near  future.  It's really quite sickening to  hear about all the badness  which is taking place in our  area and people should now be  on constant alert. A sad state of  affairs indeed.  Too expensive  to move? ���, %  tv      ���   .Wrr  ���*���**'"  ��.  M   Why not  iM*-,! improve!  in ' ���  KcllUl'lllOSC'iaalll^ll  fixtures with now ,  modem lighnng from .,  Sechelt Lighting       [,   n  and admire mfmmm*  Itw difference To receive iraforniauon  | and cktoraiing ideas,  visit Ihe lighting  | professionals al:  rCWt-i  is a member of  (���CNA  and one of 692 community  newspaper* across Canada  with circulations totaling more  than 5.5 million weekly.  Sechelt chamber  to host OCP meet  Rob Buchan  The Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce is hosting a public meeiing with'  municipal planner Rob Buchan  on Thursday, Aug. 6 at 7 pm in  Greenecourt Hall to discuss the  Official Community Plan  (OCP). Local businesses and  interested residents in the  downtown village core are  invited to attend.  This will be an opportunity  for ihe business and residenlial  community to meet the municipal planner and Find out First  hand what is involved in the  process of updating the District  of Sechelt's OCP.  If there should be any questions prior to the meeting  please contact councillor Mike  Shanks, liaison person between  the Chamber of Commerce and  the District of Sechelt.  Heritage Society  elects new executive  The Gibsons Landing Heritage Society held its annual  general meeting at the Marine  Room on June 24.  The following officers were  elected. Fred Inglis, president;  Lola Westell, vice-president;  Kate Webb, treasurer; Nest  Lewis, secretary.  The other directors, elected  by acclamation in a warm and  convivial meeting, are Keith  Brind, Frank Bujar, Philip  Gaulin, Ruth Moore and Jim  O'Brien.  If your membership is due  for the 1992/3 year please send  your $5 membership fee to Box  955, Gibsons.  If you wish to contact the  society with any enquiries  please phone 886-8998 or any  one of the directors.  We look forward to hearing  from you and are always  pleased to accept any help you  can give the society in helping  save our heritage.  /^DEPENDABLE ���  AUTO SERVICE  DID YOU KHOW...  WE SELL PARIS  The South Coast's Only  BCAA APMOVID Shop  (Special consideration to BCAA members)  ^flHUCMK  AUTOMOTIVE  Get Results  with Coast News Advertising  Since advertising regularly in the Coast Netvs, I Itave had more  sales in tliepast3 weeks than ever before. 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The club invites  and welcomes interested ladies  to meel July 28 Irom 10 lo  11:30 am al 12633 Spicer Road  in Madeira l'ark. I'or any further  information please* call 883-  9443 or 883 2842.  Swap Meet  Don't forget ihe swap meel  in the community hall Aug. I.  There will be lots of goodies for  everyone lo browse through.  I'or table rental please contact  Ruth Kobus al 883-9603.  Bea llallberg will again be  running ihe SPCA bake lable at  Gibsons cyclists ready to trek  Three Gibsons residents will  be breathing deeply for those  who can't - by riding ihe 8th  Annual Bicycle Trek for Life &  Breath, a late summer fundraiser for ihe BC Lung Association  (BCLA) that promises an exciling weekend of long-distance  cycle louring.  While the Trek 92 isn't until  September 12-13, John Shaske,  Elizabeth Wood and John  Prilchard are collecting donations now, as participants must  raise at least $350 in advance.  The Trek '92 goal is to bring in  $160,000 for medical research,  health and education and the  association's other activities in  BC lV  Shaske an-jfWood  were  trekkers lasl year, bul this is  Pritchard's first time in the  event. They will ride at their  own pace on country roads  through 200 kilometres of  rolling hills and beautiful  scenery in the Praser Valley and  northwestern Washington state.  More than 70 companies  have donated products and services lo Trek '92.  Trekkers will enjoy a  healthy, fun-filled weekend, and  health clinics  Elizabeth Wood is set for her second BC Lung Association Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath, Sept. 12-13. pholo submitted  BCLA provides meals, refreshments and snacks, overnight  accommodation at Cullus Lake,  transport of sleeping bags and  other personal gear, training  lips, advice on fundraising, a  safely Information session,  detailed maps, mechanical sup-  Child Health Clinics will be held in (iibsons on Aug. 4, II, 18  and 2.1 wilh an extra clinic on Aug. 10. Sechelt clinics will be* held on  Wednesdays, Aug. 5, 12, 19 and 26 and Fridays, Aug. 7, 14, 21 and  31. Pender Harbour Clinic will be on Aug. 6, 20 anil 27. Telephone  . 883-2344.  '' Tuberculin Skin Testing and Travellers' Clinic will he held on  Aug. 10, 17, 24 and 31 and Travellers Clinic only on Aug. 6, 13, 20  and 27 in the Gibsons Health Unit and in Sechelt on Mondays, Aug.  10,/17, aVMnd 31 aMFaffiys.Auft.^, 14,^1 and 28. Tjy fender  Harbour TravellersiCJmic ca'nbe arranged upon request  STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) Clinic (HIV information,  counselling and testing) Phone for appointment in Gibsons 886 8131  and Sechelt 885-5164.  Prenatal Classes: Next Early Class is on Sept. I from 7 io 9 pm  at the Sechelt Health Unit. Late Class series on Aug. 25, Sepl. I and  8 from 7 to 9 pm at the Gibsons Health Clinic. To register telephone  886-8131. It is important to register for the above classes early as  they fill up quickly.  The Parent and Baby Drop-in gives parents an opportunity to  meet other parents and discuss common concerns. The group galhers  every Tuesday Ai 1:15 lo 3:30 pm at 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons and  in Sechelt at 55W Inlet on Wednesdays from I to 3:30 pm.  There is no fee for any of these services.  by Lynn Mees  Well the rains are here, just  in time again. It was an exciling  lightening aniWhuncler show  last night, as we lay cozied up  being entertained through the  skylight. The ocean sure is  warm right now. I wonder how  Ihe shellfish are handling il.  Will the salmon be late in  coming waiting for the cooler  waters? I remember the first  time I went commercial  trolling. It was the year of BI  Nino. Well, I didn't make my  fortune as planned.  Our dog went missing on  Sunday. We have reason lo  believe lhal il was a case of dog  napping.  Since we live on Ihe  Skookumchuck Trail and there  are Ions of tourists walking by,  and our little Jack Russell is the  friendliest dog when il comes lo  kids and playing. "Niquc' was  seen al the rapids with  strangers.  Uriah has been asking for  Nlque ever since. They grew up  together, like best friends. Whal  kind of people steal dogs? I  guess people who don'l think of  whal the owners might feel like.  Who knows, maybe a cougar  got her, but I doubt it. Anyways, anyone knowing the  whereabouts of Nique, please  let us know.  I say we all get together and  do a clean up around the hall. It  does need it. II makes you feel  better when your surroundings  are clean.  Is it time for another dance?  Let's see if we can get something happening.  Oh, don't forget the Egmont  Lions Seafood Dinner Aug. 1 at  5 pm, price $8 and half price  for the kids. It sure is worth it.  I'll see you there.  port on ihe road, a free wrap-up  party in early November and  more. To sponsor Ihe Gibsons  trekkers or lo register, contact  Trek Coordinator Janet Wad-  ham at 731-4961, or toll-free  outside the Lower Mainland at  1-800-655-LUNG.  the swap meel. If you would  like lo contribute any baking  goods or monies for the SPCA  donation cans please contribute  by 10 am in the community hall.  This cause is always greatly  appreciated in our area!  Reminder  If you have any information  or events you would like to see  placed in this column and cannot reach me, you may drop  them off at Marina Pharmacy  or at Ihe PelroCan. Please leave  your name and phone number.  Deadline is Monday at 4 pm.  PH Info Centre news  For the many of us wondering how ihe Info Centre is  doing, there has been a total of  about 400 tourists that have visited our centre since the beginning of the summer. The most  asked questions from the  tourists have been for maps of  the area and where are the boat  ramps?  The most asked questions  from Ihe local residents are  what maps do we have for BC,  where are the hiking trails and  where are all the swimming  holes! The centre is open Monday to Sunday from 9 am lo 5  pm, telephone 883-2561. Public  washrooms are available during  open hours.  As the tide changes  Happy birthday to Christy  Marline. Olympic buffs - this  year's Olympics should be very  exciting with 10,000 athletes  competing.  Until next week - be good lo  yourself.  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H I'M        li.Wi* ill"*'  Iikiii ilia- f csuval lx��a ''Itiia' .'i Rockwood  rd 883 ��nil In B83 i*'  ROCKWOOD CENTRE       Visa * Maaurrarcl tcce-Md  FESTIVAL PAVILION  Authors profiled, tickets still available  for most Festival of Written Arts speakers  Rumours lhat the* Festival of  the Written Arls is sold oul are  not true, ll is true that some of  Ihe leslival events are sold oul.  Ihere are no more tickets for  Peter Gzowski, Pierre Herton  and Tom Berger. There are still  a few tickets left for Globe, and  Mail writer Jeffrey Simpson  (Aug. I'l at 8:13 pin) and the  marvellous actress/playwrighl  Nicola Cavendish (Aug. 13 al  8:15 pm) and plenty of tickets  for all the oilier wonderlul writ  ers who are coming to speak al  Ihe tenth annual festival.  I'or example, you can still  huy tickets to hear Ihe interna  lionally recognized dinosaur  expert, Philip J. Clinic, head of  Ihe Dinosaur Research Program  at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of  Paleontology at Drumheller in  PRICES CUT AGAIN!  Crowds buying fast - entire stock  on sale store wide  GIANT $1,000,000 INVENTORY  Sechelt wk saw  future Land  Best Value1 Best Selection! Best Quality! Best Service!  5605 Sunshine Coatt Hwy., Sechelt   ���   885-5756  1  LOOK  at these  examples  PRICES CUT AGAIN!  We must sell out all remaining  stock in the shortest time  possible. Bargains on quality  brand names storewide.  SAVE  on everything  in the store  COME TODAY FOR THE BEST SELECTION  ATLANTIC  SECTIONAL  REG 1459.00  SALE 5990O  STORE HOURS:  lOM-C-M Dtfr  lOM-9-mFrfdfay  ALL PICTURES  1/2 Price  KROELER WING  CHAIR  Reg 499.00  SALE 29900  ALL  MATTRESSES  &BOX  SPRINGS  20%  off  AVANTI 3 PCE.  DINETTE  Reg 469.99  sale 249"  KELLER 5 PCE.  CHERRY DINING  ROOM TABLE  Reg 1899.00  SALE  1344  00  BIRCHWOOD  WALL UNIT  WASHED OAK  Reg 849.99  SALE  39900  J. VanPATTEN  WALL CURIO  Reg 499.00  SALE I99OO  All nam Mtytct to attar uk.  No rtfonattajio ��Ktao|��f  SKLAR PEPPLER  WING CHAIR  Reg 699.00  SALE 399OO  BRAEMORE  WING CHAIR  Reg 699.99  SALE  29900  a\LL ODD END  TABLES  70%  off  Delivery Available  ALL LAMPS  1/2 Price  PALLISER  RI  9900  rtnuidB) ��wn*m w tammitettat  P&D ENTERTAINMENT UNIT  Reg 249.99  SALE 1AAO0  Dr. Philip Cm rie  ihe heart of the Albert! had  laiuls. lie is also co leader of the  Canada-China Dinosaur Project,  Ihe largest dinosaur exploration  ever undertaken.  The most recent documentation of his work was shown on  PUS's Nova series. His book,  The Plying Dinosaurs: The  Illustrated Guide lo ihe Bvolu-  lion of Plight, tells the story of  ihe evolutionary path from  Jeffrey Simpson  dinosaurs to the eleganl and ver  smile creatures we call birds.  He will speak on Friday, Aug.  Mat 1:40pm.  A reading by Caroline Wood  ward follows Philip Currie's  talk al 3:40 pm on Aug. 14. Caroline Woodward is a Wesl  Kootcnay author whose literary  career started wilh writing  weekly columns for the Alaska  Highway News.  Thank You!  For Caring About Others  With Your Donations  KEEP'EM COMING  Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    886-2488 or Box 598  7*L  f&  m  Quality Arts, Crafts,  Music, Childrens'  Entertainment & Food  In'Die Park  By The Ocean.  July 31, Aug. 1,2,31992  61 FILBERG ROAD, COMOX  t's Mexican Night a  3LL11SJO%(S  Every Wednesday night at illusions  is Mexican Night  Featuring dinner specials  BURRITOS, QUMADIUAS, TACOS  and many more Mexican specials  Come and enjoy a night of excitement with the  feeling of MEXICO  ���        OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER  11:30 am to midnight  Pully Licensed     Tuesday through Sunday  566.1 Teredo St.  All major credit Closed Mondays     On the Waterfront  cards accepted 885-0900 at lnle1, Seche''  ('aniline Woodward  Her non fiction and fiction  works have been published in  such magazines as Conservation  Canada, Hooks in Canada, The  Globe and Mail, Quill and  Quire, I'lism International, the  Malahai Review, This Magazine, Canadian Fiction Magazine and in five Canadian literary anthologies. Her first collection of short stories, Disturbing  the Peace, was published by  l'oleslar Press in 1990 and nominated for ihe Ethel Wilson  Prize.  And there are still some lick-  els for actor/playwright Kenneth  Mitchell's fascinating play,  done the Burning Sun, for  which he won ihe Canadian  Authors Association award for  best play of 1985 and a Governor General's nomination in  1986. It's the story of Dr. Norman lielhune's sojourn in China  and Mitchell has performed in it  in the US, Great Britain,  Europe, Australia, Mexico and  China. Mood music for Ihe play  is provided by Liu Jing, a professional musician from Jinan,  China, who plays Ihe Chinese  dulcimer or yangchin.  Their Peslival performance is  scheduled for Friday, Aug. 14 at  6:15 pm. Tickets for all events  are available at the Festival of  the Written Arts box office at  Rockwood or you can order  them by calling 885-96.11.  arts beat  The second half of Ihe Arls  Centre's annual Invitational  Show displays the work of Jeff  Birkin, Donna Balma, Nena  Braathen, Kay Bonathan, David  Burns, Diana Durrand, Elaine  Pulierman, Ursula Fritsch,  Chrislel Fuoss-moore, Greta  Guzek, Roger Handling, Pat  Hughes, Bradley Hunt, Dianne  Hunt, Thomas Hunt, Robert  Jack, Katie Janyk, Don Jarvis,  Gary Kelly, Robert Kinnard,  Jim Krieger, Belinda MacLeod,  Mandad, Gloria Masse, Les  Niepokojczycki, Fran Ovens,  Papier Magique, Barby Paulus,  Paula Seifred, Chris Staples,  Trudy Small, Maurice Spira,  Lionel Thoams, Gale Wood-  house and Joka Zuidema.  If you are unfamiliar with  any of these names (and ihere  are some newcomers included),  you should make a visit to the  arls centre to get to know their  work.  If you are familiar with  them, you don't need to be told  lhal ihis is an exciting and wide-  ranging collection of talented  artists and artisans.  From the beautifully functional forms of Fulterman,  Kelly and Paulus at one  extreme, to the dark visions of  T, Hunt, Jack, Kinnard and  Spira at Ihe other extreme, this  show covers a lot of ground.  Bonalhan, Hughes, B. Hunt,  Kreiger, and Papier Magique  provide very different sculptural  forms; lighthearledly baroque,  intelleclualized or traditional in  approach; Handling, the realm  of collage, low relief and construction; Braathen, Ovens, and  Guzek bring much joy from  three different printmaking  methods; Janyk and Woodhouse  take their pottery to the wall;  Staples documents the aimless  middle age of aimless youth and  Jarvis, Thomas and Burns continue their search, through  abstraction, for a portrayal of  essences instead of appearances.  A whole lol of don't-miss-  its. The arts centre is open 10  am to 4 pm, Tues. lo Sat., and I  pm to 4 pm Sunday and this  show can be seen until Aug. 9. leisure  Coast News, July 27, 1992  13  Pages from a lifelog  In the footsteps of the furtraders  part 7  by Peler Trower  The small town had its own  fur trade connections in Ihe latter years of the business and was  also a mining cenlre for a time.  The name of the place is  rumoured to date back to an  early gold prospector.  We drive soulh lo the Peace  where a second bridge crosses  the river. Just above the bridge  is a smaller dam that blocks off  the lower end of the canyon.  Somewhere, very close to Ihis  point on the opposite bank of  Ihe river, Rocky Mountain  Portage House once stood.  Established hy a trader named  James McDougall in 1804, it  served as a base camp for Simon  Fraser on his initial foray  through the mountains into New  Caledonia.  The Peace River Dam has  created a smaller reservoir of ils  own, known as Dinosaur Lake.  Tracks of prehistoric creatures  were discovered here and  impressions were made of Ihe  enigmatic prints, before the area  was flooded. This fact, while  fascinating, is of only secondary  interest to Yvonne and me. The  flooding of the canyon also  drowned the dangerous Peace  River Rapids, a nasty stretch of  white waler that stymied the  early explorers and forced them  to use the traditional native  portage trail. No veslige of this  ancient overland path remains  but we are able to figure out  Eddie Shaw and Ihe Howlln'  Woir Band return this Sunday, Aug. 1, lo Ihe Roberts  Creek Hall wilh another  howlin' blues show. Anyone  who remembers how Ihey  rocked a packed hall during  last year's May long weekend  will also remember how fast  tickets sold oul. So break out  your dancing shoes and get  down lo the Roberls Creek  General Store for tickets. This  Chicago blues hand, at $12.00  per, is well worth the inveslmenl.       Joel Johnstone photo  Gibsons Legion^  Branch #105  'Quesnel Forks  is one of BC's  lesser-known and  least-visited  ghost towns'  roughly where it must have run.  I try to imagine what Mackenzie  and the others would think if  they could see the millpond-  calm canyon waters today. You  could sail a toy boat through  there now.  We cross the bridge and head  south along Moberly Lake. This  attractive, tree-fringed body of  water also played a minor role  in the day-to-day doings of the  early traders. Engages were dispatched here to catch fish when  supplies ran low at Rocky  Mountain Portage House and  olher nearby forts. The lake is  named after Harry Moberly,  I1HC man. free trader and  author of Ihe book 'When Fur  Was King'. Today it has  become a prime resort area wilh  small communities springing up  at frequent intervals along the  shore.  Before long we are winding  down into Chetwynd again, this  lime from ihe north. We have  completed the Peace River Valley circle lour. Memories of the  while oul flash back as we nose  towards Ihe Rockies and Pine  Pass. Thai evening, we bivouac  al Ihe liny communily of  Mcl.eese Lake, between Quesnel and Williams Lake. It will  be the klckoff point for one final  adventure. One happy truth of  travelling is lhal you are apt lo  run across memorable cuisine in  Ihe most unlikely places.  McliCesc Lake boasts only one  cafe bul here we are trealed to a  delicious roast beef dinner lhat  is our besl meal of the entire  trip.  Quesnel Forks is one of BC's  lesser-known and leasl-visiled  ghost towns, chiefly because it  is pretty far off Ihe beaten track.  Our friend, Alex Widen, poetry  addict and fellow history buff,  spent a spooky night camped  there alone about a year back,  and sparked our interest in the  place. Al Mcleese Lake, we are  well within striking dislance.  Nexl morning we sel out early  LET'S GO SAILING!  Put A Little Excitement  In Your Life  FULL & HALF DAY RATES  Suncoast Charters  Reservations / Inquiries  885-3328 ��� 885-7345  Q  HH   rW  S.-r MAKIONirtl% *U'.s'0->  i New Zealand Rack of Lamb  With all the trimmings    *_�� Mac  Friday, July 31st       nf���  Saturday, August 1st       ��� ��� /  Reservations Requested \  SENIORS' SPECIAL 1  Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  \  SAVE  15%  on your        }  menu selectlon..alcoholic beverages not included      **{���  Please mention this ad at time of service  !H^***"*****5ff--"-*A^  DOCKSIDE DELI  Open dally Irom 6am - 3pm lor breakfast and lunch  Lord Jim's  Resort I  Hotel I   Ole's Cove Rd., Just North of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SPECIAL SUNDAY BRUNCH  9:00am to 1:30pm  Sunday    July 26  J *#\QR  Sunday   August 2 {tl\ mJ*J  Sunday   August 9  Sunday August 16  PRIME RIB SPECIAL  Every Friday,  Saturday & Sunday  tm  RESERVATIONS REQUESTED  885-7038  and east, along a secondary  road The blacktop swm peters  oul and we grind on over gravel  for many miles The counlry is  ICrllb Ireed and lacklustre.  Bxcepl for the odd ranch and  one small fishing resort, it is  also largely uninhabited.  to be continued   q  ffi  Without Q,,  iioaninLiI kMiiig.iki.tnim.il Inncdienu  Beauty Without Cruelty presents an  affordable, lugl) Quality natural cosmetics  line including complete skin cue  programs and shampoo ,v conditioner.  VARIETY  Go we i  Pi   Rd ,  For the finest in area dining      ^^^  Dining guiDE  y-\  :^��fj��*f^  FEATURE RESTAURANT ol  rut: week  cJ\s.i.tau\ant  cJiiahtvau 101 ^ibioni  SS6-33SS  "We will be closed for renovations August 1 - 14...  Watch for our  GRAND RE-OPENING AUG. 15  Ttlrt  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinner special every day. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza. Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 10i, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday ���  Saturday 11 am - 10 pm.  The Boat House - just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, Fast and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after fi pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188, All major credit cards  accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coasts's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon & Tues 9 - 5. Wed - Sat  9 - 9. Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for  your lunch! 885*9962..  Dar Lebanon Restaurant - Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy, 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamh and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Fat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Haid-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid A-Wav Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on I Iwy.  101 al Park Rd Our friendly, help  ful staff and warm, pleasant atmo-  sphere will add to your enjoymenl  of our excellenl brcakfost, lunch  and dinner menu, which Includes ll  children's section Were open 7  days a week, 5t30am 2pm, closed  from 2pm * 5pm with evening  hours Spin 10pm. Our Sunday but  fel (11 am 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Fat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for I special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Hillside Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri & Sat 11 am - 11 pm.  886-2993  Village Restaurant - Cozy family  style cafe with an extensive menu  featuring special pasta dishes,  steak and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch  and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am  to 8 pm; Fri., Sat. & Sun., 7 am lo 9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9811. Visa & Mastercard  accepted.  The Omega Pi.ua, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gib  sons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open lor lunch Mon, -  Fri, 11:30- 230; dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. & Sat., til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  liinn.Hl,00 am Uinch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough  made on the premises. A children's  menu is also available. loin us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  - 2:00 p.m Our Dockslde deli is  open daily i 00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for  break last and lunch. Tully  licensed Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road, Secret <. ove. Reservations  recommended 885*7184  The Wharf Open fot breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets Irom every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at ils  best. Sunday Riunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fulls licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  New China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu includ  ing Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am 10 pm Friday  & Saturday, 11:00 am 1130 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner bullet 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028.  Visa /Mastercard accepted  Backeddy Pub Enjoy the natural  beauty ol |ervls Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings ol our family restaurant Our Skookum Burger" is ,i  challenge to Ihe biggest appetite  Backeddy Pub located 1/2 mile  north ol Egmonl on Maple Road  Pub open Daily al 11:30 am.  Kitchen hours Mon & lues 11 Hi  7:io, Wed Fri 11:30-9:00, Sat ex Sun  9:00 - 9:00pm  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Greal  food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific  daily specials, available 'til 9 pm  every nighl We're known lor our  great atmosphere and good limes  Sun. - Ihurs. open til midnight,  Fri. & Sat. open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reserval ions  accepted. 886-8171  Sechelt Legion #140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coast, every Friday night, are the fabulous harhe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am lo 2 pm. Dally specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish & Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4,55. lake  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub ��� Dinner menu  offers a variety ol appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and tresh seafood In a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30, We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour.  883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of Fast  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight wilh a candle at your  table, lo savor Ihis superb dining  experience, reservations are  required^ Sot dinner. Fully  licenced, (lours, Wednesday-"Sunday. Lunch 11 am* 2pm, Dinner 5  pm. 885^847  Chez Philippe at Bonniebrook Lodge.  Open for Sunday Brunch Chef  Philippe, formerly of Ihe Roof  Restaurant al the Hotel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook. We have  fine West Coast cuisine prepared  from fresh B.C. ingredients, an  extensive wine lisi and expert service. Intimate dining In the Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait  and Ihe surrounding shoreline.  Watch the sunset from your table,  lake a stroll along Ihe beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road  to CVean Beach Fsplanadc Reservations recommended 886-2188  Visa, Mastercard. Full licensed.  Open 5:30 to 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  Furopean cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack ot lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, sleaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu Reservations rec  ommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Irom 6 pm. Ihurs. through  Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 -eats  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing Savour the delights ot hesh  seafood from around ihe world  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes hesh seafood in our soup,  salad hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas other entrees  include sieak, veal, chicken and  lamb  Caesar salad lor two and  flambd desserts aie prepared at  your tableside Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers  I unch hours rhurs thru Mon  11:30 2 io Dinnei hours Wed  thru Mon I ui ���> SO ci osi D  rUESDAYS, Visa and Mastercard'  Reservation-- recommended 086  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel    A tranquil  view ol   rhormanby Islands and  Malasplna Strait set the theme foi a  beautiful night out Friend!) courteous siati tine International cul  sine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and solt music add  up to make yours a nighl to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d' hole". Summer hours  Monday through Sundav 8:00-  2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885-7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In lake oul. or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, alter 5 pin only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 8867813. Coast News, Inly 27, 1992  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  IBbl Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. HHh-HKII  V      Mon   In  la-la s,n   B-b sm.   ||). j^  c  SpbO^mEAllECMANlCAlLft    ^   Ptal(|iMiHd tosajtctttm Faculty   KaALfTIRE  If we sell it...we guarantee it!  5B33 Wnat! Road, Sechell ��� 885-7927   2J i M EMEHGENCV SEHVtCJ ��� MHM4 J  -SECHELT RADIATORS ���  S21 ompiote Cooltng system SartHca centre  ���I . . , . a ,  a  >  a a  ,  , ,  i , ,  , . a , . a a . I . a . .*.  ' We Repair * Replace Rails. HealerCom�� ilasTiriks  Al IOS mi ('KS TRACTORS IMHVUUM. MARINE  New, Used \ Ri'huili ��� IV k up a Delivery  S=!/   4.U-) S.C. I,*��y  __  Across froii) Sunshine (iM  Mon. ��� Sat.  885*7986,  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  1 ft  -m             T.A.C.  l^fil  ^Electrical & Plumbing  f                Residential ��� Commeicial  i��         Watei Healers ��� Electric Heat  1      1 ���*yr^1  ��#*/                         Contractors 11c Nn 6(144  I   <*4  *                    886-3344  Cel: 1-240-3490  Free Estimates  Coastline Builders  Residenlial ��� Commercial ��� Renovationt ft Additions  i.     Mike 885-7028 Joel 886-2563    j  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Residential ��� Commercial      >  HOARD STEEl STUDS  1AP6 OOC   QCC7 t DAR  SPRAY 000*0031      CUSTOM CEILINGS  Qtrald R. McConnell Ron Hovden  (eel) 250-5073 (eel) 644-5767  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All Vour Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  r  M J.J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, I ASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING    1  Fred Cocker  (LavC Mr*,-aaijtr)  Phone NHVnOn-i  POBoxl��)96  Sechell, B.C.  VON 3A0y  fflce  ��� Residential &  Commercial Construction  LX)NOTRUCriON !  K��4ints< n*kll.(.  Renovations  Additions  Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves OUAMNmo  A ft T ENTERPRISES: Construction Services  Serving The Coast Since 198b  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aaa-aaaa  r. wono. eox ;n. oibsons, sc. von two  Ashward Contracting  **��� QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Estimate Call  Howard Athmort  885*64437  "FREE  ESTIMATES'  Specializing In all  types et rooting  ea advertized  In yellow pegee  ��        W   'ma\mS mw*' Y tor prompt service coll  UllliS HHt ttlHNt aiaaaa-am j  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  BI.illlB:i4Rona��Uha.��on 885-0891 after 6:00 pm  ROOFMASTER  inlity IVortV Guaranteed ��� Comrner  Quality IVortVGuaranteed ��� Co.iim.rnnl A  HendenUal ��� AH Types of Roofing ���  ' 24 Hour Service ���  III AIM HH(, 17.17  1723Yt*AmUtl��..B(.'VUN.W  Need a moe? Call a pro!  "Grade-Rite Excavating Ltd."  ^**R   Property Development     J\  .:J*^j\.   Roads & Driveways     Jl \��  i .3*    All Excavations ��� Free Estimates  ������   D 883.7140*  M  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTO.jpl  GAS ��� PEl.LKT* WOOD       ������'  IIRI  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Op��n Tu����i.-Sat.  5631 Wharf Rd,��H-T1T1 j  /~  1  (604) 085-7576  Messages 885-5281  KITT EVANS  Construction  Forest  IS Years in FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING    RENOVATIONS  (Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� EPTIt   FIELD!  a I'HAINAi.l 1'IU HI'  ��� IXa'AVAriONS  a watih UKEi **<" Ml ��4  acuAWNa     Sieve lon-w   886-8269  I iicnsi'ii & Bonded  PARKYN B.\Y CONTRACTING LTD.  I.B. WOOOROW  BSIafaWalrtaSJ * 6*1 hulillltttwm Qr Srwire  Ron: (604) 188-0707  ^ot Toll Free Paper: I 979.4.171  Propane A  Nstural Qas  P.eninsula Glass  8c Aluminum  706 Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886-85B0  24hr. Commercial Emergency    886-8414.  CONCRETE SERVICES  A   BETTER BOBCAT SERVICE  I \i .la.lllllli  1 .iniisi eps  I oiistrlH tiairi  .' I Mill II  _   slltVICI  ��� ll.i, klrtlinU        ���DrtUnafti'  ��� ln�� lni|i,ii I a\ Sa'lii I I ,inil  < la-alrinaa   886-8538  hi 220-8767  . ITrmolltkin  ���llrl.innnn  W.llls  lin\ 1221,  6IBS0NSB.fi.  iziiMz&iTnnucm  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call MOW 116-7111  Showroom: <73 Poune M. Clbions        j  f Mackenzie Excavating Ltd'.  Land Clearing P. Development  Cam Mackenzie  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PLACING 8< FINISHING  DENIS TURENNE      OFFICE: 886-6492  PAUL DESAUTELS CEL: 35) -6432  886-3558 fifem  CELLULAR ,.i_M,���  240-6314   j*^  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  We dig trie Sunshine Comall  MERCURY PAINTING N  886-7859  ��� 30 Years Experience  ��� Fully Apprenticed  ��� Highest Quality Work  ���Faun Finishes - Murals  ��� Airless A Sprsy Equipped  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  r I. IUOILL COimACTDf0 N  All types oi concrete work.  . Quality Coat-rets Work       '.'.'    Phon��'��tM017 J  N illici   it | 1 1  1^  /BRIANS ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  ntHOOFI.NO SPECIALISTS* LEAK flEPAIHS  'LOUANCO' WHIRLYBIRD ATTIC VENTS  ��� WEPSYOUIUK-VF COCX IN SUMMER  ��� I'll! VI N I S CIMll Nr.A! ION .N WINTER  BBH LICENSFUSINRURtD  FRtE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Ready Mi* Ltd  _Aiii'iints 1      , hw    1  J J?*hM33j   1885-22261  3 Batcn Plants on ine Sunshine Coasi  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172. Q41 7 Burnett Rd.. Sechelt  R.  :N.  CRANE  RENTAL  SFCHEIT PLANT  885-7180  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand A Gravel  CONCRETE  o  U'   StaVINC JHt SlIWHIM  SEPTIC TANKS GIBSONS PL  rV��U LINERS -���-.*.��  cuhhs.etc 886*8174  f (JAM]  ANT    I  Fabrlcaling Shop . Mobile Unit  Certified Welders  Stael-Stalnless  1101 Venture Way Gibsons  886-4868 ��� George Leblancj  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete' Vinyl Siding  1885-46601  8fi3**H7S "comuf'^*ots  ���aajmgprm^ . m ���:.p..*'a^^..-..::..:.���..>.. p^tm}.gmemmwmay..\  Cleaning Service  v,w..^..    ......   w.... |K)\lHi!l  IIOMI     HHI,-'l'2\l   (.il.sons   It t     VIINlVtl  CONTOUR  DESIGN  Quality Supply & Installation   "*"  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  V.SHOWROOM851HWY.IO|.GiBSONS- B.C. ��� PHjFAX: 8M-319]/  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  STILES ELECTRIC  Specializing In  ��� Residential > Renovationt ��� New Installation ���  top quality work . Excellent relerences  Phone 663-9286. Cell 230-2957       Reg 1724!  CENTURY ROCK  ^s  Rock Wills  Patios  Facingi  Planters  ODQDQQL��-  885-5910  55>J  SPOTLESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� InlffNoi/t* atloiiot  ��� Piessuro Wnshinq  ��� Spe-Mliy Mall Finishes  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  I.a. electric R=!^  .   .     ���      INDUSTRIAL  Larry Anderson  For Professional & Courteous Service  M. M2T4I Wsrnock M. N.    FM/PMONE M3-I1M  ��U*a(.a Parti, I.C. VON 2H0      Ms ks, t��S1J  J  GARRY'S CRANE SERVICE  BTONLIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  TUmk d me wlm  you rnatl a mil  J  886-7028  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabln**ts  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    *    res. 886-2231  EXCAVATING  KR ENTERPRISES  ��� 4x4 Backhoe Service ���  ��� Screened Topsoil  ��� Single Axle Hauling  Kerry: 883-2154  A       ml     "  Mm ,  J^       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL 6 RESIDENTIAL  'IMPROVER  LTD  885-5029  BOX7  HAJJMOONBAV  (BEDROCK EXCAVATING LTD.  Service Hookups, Sewer Systems  Land Clearing, Driveways etc  experienced operators  885-4522     885-3768  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  A VII' Store  Furniture Land  ���itiimwiHiif.'TiffiiiiiwiiiiiiiiwiimiaBBa  Highway 101. Boa 2549. Sechell. B C. VON SAO  Telephone (60'| 885-5766 ��� l-'aK (604) 885-2756  (SECHELTPRESSURE WASHING^  ���Free Estimates  ��� Fully Insured To Do Cedar Roofs  and Vinvl Sidina  Call: John Laulier Day or Night  'BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING fF,  ��� Septic Fields ���  - Drainage - Excavation  ��� Water Lines      ��� Rock Walls  < Landscape Construction -  888-8612  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ' KITCHENS at BATHROOMS ���  .386-941 f  Ca/futer  644-4907  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  IMPRECISE PAINTING & PLASTERS  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� Compla-t- Custom Painting ,  ��� Rr & Water Damage  ��� {ourtatyman Workmanship  Neale  884V0928 PntEstiiMMs  Van-  mmm Coast News, July 27, 1992  15  sports  Close call at second in a close semi-final game between Quadra Island and Roberts Creek at the  Slow Pitch Invitational tournament, July 18-19. Quadra took the game 8-6. Joel Johnstone photo  bridge corner  by Rudy Notzl  Hail a new champion - Bert  Wickham, Sunshine Coasl  Bridge Club (SCBC) champion.  Bert moved to the Coast lo  retire about two and a half years  ago and wondered what people  do with all thai spare time.  He found oul soon, though,  how active this communily is  and besides tennis, had an  opportunity to enter the world  of bridge, something he was  always intrigued by, but never  had a chance to find time for a  busy business career and making a living.  After playing party bridge he  joined the newly established  SCBC and found the challenge  of actually being able to compare his performance against  other players really intriguing.  Depend on your ability not the  luck of the deal! He gave himself a year to find out if he can  compete with the best and spent  numerous hours with his computer as a partner and foe - ideal  setting when nobody talks back  to you or criticizes!  Bert ascribes his success to  the attitude of his partner - the  word bridge means exactly that  - a means to communicate wilh  the other person - so important  to a successful performance.  Bert also joined the American Contract Bridge League  (ACBL) and through lhat organization was able to compete  this year with the best in the  world - not successfully - but  who knows - perhaps next year,  or the one after that.  Q  m  CMKlilHULlKI  Keep your cool this summer!  Batt St Blown ��� Commercial ��� Residential  New It Existing ��� Lowest Prices ol tha Year  886-8741  mccaneer  ,Marina ii Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove M5-7MI  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K & C Tharmoglass 4,  Cobra Boiti now  In-Stock  "outboards  Vlte  LANDSCAPING  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  1  Topping * Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chapper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885*3897  GAMBIER ISLAND WATER TAXI  & Light Barge Service  S��-feSERVING HOWE SOUNDW^-1  res: 886-8321 eel: 230-2989  MARINE SERVICES  vlnTu*--*  //  ��� s.tll W.tln Lill'IKl'S   aAjj-ja/  * Motel f. Campsite' " Watei T.ixi av<.a..-��- -  ���ta.-.iiHir.ukiu      tua-nu, J  .' Marina Repairs  MIW STORAGE LOCKERS  SECHELT ��� GIBSONS U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886*0225 ��� Sechelt: 885-6422  jkx tttue a{ mt*d. 0* Sttt eWaaaftmmr  fUTHERLRND  L���SALES at 'FRVICE LTD���  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 MUM 2'Hrs.  -4Sfe? ��-\w��zr  inW DWII/MMilDI  YANMAR  SOAT TRAILERS  Magnacharae Batteries  731 North Bd.. Qlbsons 886*2912     J  COHRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  ihii  The Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  FUTUKMB:  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts &  Chris Nappar8863468  P..P..M, S6, C7S,  .Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0   �� a      1     ,  ' BeamS jJaX.kJ  a*m  COTTRELL-Sfl  MARINE SERVICEL3,  B86-3005 mi  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  PETER WINQFIELD  iw.ii-r.ru*.     _m1mik pools sews  ���MaataWatMTaariis  got  M7-W41  Tall Flaw 1477-MS1  nrtti eWWii M##t*^"t*  by Wendy Haddock  Senior Men's Day July 14  saw teams play the event and  the winners were as follows:  First place with a score of 181  was the team of George Reid,  Cece Clements, Mac McFarland  and Carl Rietze; second place  with a score of 188 was Ihe  team of Jim Menzies, Bobo  Sagansky, Dave Dakin and Wilf  Crowe; KP on number three,  Bill Hawkins and on number  six, Bill Dean.  Ladies' Day July 16 competition was 'Guess Your Gross'.  The winners in the event of the  18-holers was Ev Tapio and second was Laverne Richardson.  The 9-holers saw a three way  tie, Marj llarbord, Lii Abbott  and Lou Donald.  Fairway Clippings  "I am sony" said the dentist,  bul you can't have an appointment wilh me this afternoon, as  I have 18 cavities to fill and  with that be picked up hit golf  bag and left.  Mixed Twilight Monday July  20 saw 24 golfers hit the fairway under very sunny skies, and  Ihe winners were as follows:  First low net, Wilf Crowe and  Shirley Grout; second low net,  Jack Grout and Cathy McQuitly; third low net, Tom Held and  Laverne Richardson; fourth low  net Wendy Haddock and Neil  Reeder; KP on number three,  Cathy McQuitty and men's  went to Tom Held.  Low putts went to Jack Grout  and Cathy McQuitty with only  12 putts.  %S��m<te&  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886 2419    Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons. B.C  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR-RR- HEMLOCK  886-7033  A Ihree day tennis tournament will swing into action over  the weekend of Aug. 7 to 9.  Dougal and Brothers Parks tennis courts in Gibsons will be the  scene of the action.  The perpetual trophies for  men's and women's singles and  doubles plus mixed doubles will  be up for grabs. The entry of  last year's singles winner Dan  Cardinall and the possible entry  of Leah Bennet, last year's  lady's champ, present the challenge.  There will be consolation  rounds or the game for all early  round I'wrn The kind co-operation oi local services and business also assures that the trophy  table will carry loot for all consolation flights.  Regular draws will be used  where there are sufficient  entrants and round robin formats will be used otherwise.  Entries will close Aug. S and  may be made at or to: Family  Sports, Sunnycrest Mall, 886-  4635 or Eric Cardinall, 886-  7449.  MON TIME HT. FT.  2:15 13.8  27 10:15 1.5  MO    6:05 14.6  10:50 11.7  FRI TIME HT. FT.  1:20  5:35  1:15  8:10  9.0  13.9  2.2  15.6  TUES TIME HT.FT.  3:20 13.9  26 11:00 .9  TU    6:40 15.0  11:45 11.0  SAT TIME HT. FT.  2:10 7.9  1    7:35 13.6  SA    2:00 3.6  8:45 15.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  WED TIME HT. FT.  4:30  29 11:50  WE    7:10  14.0  .8  15.3  SUN TIME HT. FT.  3:00  8:40  SU    2:45  6.8  13.1  5.3  9:15    15.7  THURS TIME HT.FT  12:30 10.1  30    5:30 14.1  TH  12:35 1.2  7:40 15.5  For Ikooitumchuclr Narrow*  Ihf ��omln phii 3 rrMn tor Mch fl of  andTfrHnhwaaehfi of tall.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  E3 BCF6RR.es  Schedule  a*  I  I  ���  I  I  ���  I  I  I  ���  ��� Laava Langdala  ���  a  CLIP 8, SAVE  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  JEHVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Laava Honaahoa Bay       Leave Earia Cove  6:20 am 4:30 pm  8:30 M 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM 10:10'  2:30  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pmM  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  liar, my 10,  6:40 am  8:20 M  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  M ��� MflOHl  Maverick But  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am M 3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M 7:30  11.30 9:20  1:30 pm  a  a  ���  a  *��a  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs.  ��� 886-8755 ���  CUPS, SAVE     \  BUS SCHEDULE       I  ROUTE 1 via North Rd., Seacoi.  WaWjar, Power Pt., FranWn, Marine Dr.  Depart  Mall  '5:45am 1:45pm Depart 8:14am 4:11  7:45 3:45 Langdale 10:11 6:11  9:45      5:45      Ferry       12:11pm 8:08  11:45     7:45     Terminal   2:08  *No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppera Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:4512:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Pratt, Chaster, King, Veterans,  Hwy, 101, Wookaeek Pk., SC Trailer Park  Depart   7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall    '12:25 pm 6:20   Mall    12:45   6:40  '12:25 p.m. routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt  NOTE: No 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. or 6:20 p.m.  service Sat, Sun or Holidays  Swtctuwt Agenda  A member  0)  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Travel  Professionals  Red Carpal Service from Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons Coast News, Inly 27, 1992  D^,,,   -afV-fc^*   ">   </-**�� m^ar��er�����*?   Coast News (Monday) Classified Deadline:  X^C+yj***   +*  IWAef' *j* Q��      Noon Fridays  " - 4 itisertsFREE? w 8tJO��g^sre(j.  Homes 8,  Property  Lasquelt Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard.  1400 sq II home $136,000  Phone 474-5935 SS  WANTED ��/��� 3 bedroom house  large lol. quiel road, Roberts  Creek Phone 886-8755. lv  men. lor Brian.  TFNs  Large I ol m Selma Patk 3 bdrm.  ? balh. 2 l/p, 1 nvlaw suile.  $145.000885-5489 evenings, ss  2 1.2 acre serviced lol lor sale,  neat Secrel Cove 224*180   ss  View lot. walei. hydto. S46.000  'irm Chamberlin a Central. Gibsons 986 9049 ss  Stillwater. Soulh Powell River  Basement home. view, beach.  $98,000 48/-9J34 SS  Wale'ltont 3 bdim home plus  downstairs, development polen-  tial I 3 aces with lowet shell al  beach $199,000 885 5114 Jan  McKenna ss  Homes 8.  Properly  Veiw property. Gibsons, Reed Rd.  by owner, close lo beach & terries. Phone 1 248-6584     ��3tcn  Langdale, by owner, attractive  1056 sq. ft ? bdrm bungalow on  83* 163'lot 690 sq fl finished  bsml, 2 FP, insert in bsml New  double windows and carpet, carport and cedar siding exterior.  886-9290. ��30ss  Redrooffs area on 6  acres Private, charming.  1 MX) si| ft home  $185,000 885-7492  Panorama  w-ior riwtol IW hdn*jHmw  Sound l amjil-ilc, tjrnliV iloprj |ir?<1  r\pp(M illrtifiivim ,7*J'��?ir  iflurii* wiiu Ovm I/? ������-������>  Scivir ed *ith undtrfjiuund ikw r  cnblcviiinn, *alrt, elc  Contact H. Poppet  t-H.Mifl6l or 686-7349  New quality built home, YMCA  Rd., Langdale, 3 bdrm up ensuite,  soaker tub, angle shower, comer  sink Mam bathroom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdrm, down-'  stairs with bathroom tub/shower  Large utility room, rumpus room,  2 car garage. 885-46t6, B85-2/35  eves ss  48' �� 330* of pnme low bank  waterfront in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Manna House  needs repair but could be fixed  up tor recreational or rental use  Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C 71 Double garage plus  storage shed $189,500 Phone  Jennifer t-689*-T0/0 ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd. Redrooifs,  controlled subdivision, ,$49,500.1*  228-9680. ss  4 bdrm. 2000 sq It. unique home  on a pnvale 1/3 acre lot. Post &  beam oak floors throughout. 5 mln  walk from beach & downtown  Roberts Creek $175,000. By  owner 886-9390. ss  Homes &  Properly  Sechell Village  $177,000 Gorgeous new 4 bdrm.  3 balh. gas l/place. vaulted ceiling. 2 slotey home wilh view.  Excellent neighbourhood 5816  Anchor. Phone lo view . 885-  3572 I30cn  Sale by ownei. I angdale 3 bdrm,  2 storey. 1200 sq. It. quel, dead  end stteel. sundeck. carport,  dnve-m garage, excellent ocean-  view. 3 blocks lo lerry and school,  bright open design kitchen, living  a dining room Clean a well mam-  tamed (168.000 886-6256  I30cn  Ocean A Mountain view, new  home ,n Oceanmount Estates,  Gibsons. 2300 sq II. 3 bdrm, 3  bathrooms, open concept, view of  Keals. Gull > Northshore mountains Asking $245,000 Call 886-  9044 I.*)*  1/2 acre soulh lacing lol. 120'  homage < 195' on southwood. in  Welcome Woods Future waler  view potential. $45,000. 685-  4804 MOcn  View lot. 5 acres Hallmoon Bay.  $69,000.865-2646. Mien  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.   Home a Property  <^T\  2.   Skint  1.    Obduertee  4. In Mamorlaan  5. Thank You  a.    Peraonal  GREAT)  7.    Announcement  a.   Recreation  a.    Weddlnga a  \DEA/  Engagearaenta  10. Loat  11. Found  12. Pela �� Lfveatock  11. Mualc  mm  14. Travel  ���a^H         a^B  1*. Wenled  14. Free  38  17. Oarage Sanaa  mW  ia. Barter a Trade  10.  Bod and Breekfeat  1a. AppRancee  11.  For Rent  20.  Furniture  12.  Commercial for Ron!  21. For Sato  11.  Entertainment  22. Heavy Equipment  M.  Help Wonted  22.  Autoa  ia.  Bueinoea and Homo  24. Trucke  Sorvleoe  28. Compare  aa.  Work Wanted  24. Marino  17.  Child Care  27.  Mobin HoillM  M.  Bualmee Opportunltlee  2a.  Motorcycloo  at.  legal  24. Wanted to Rent  40.  TooLatetoCloaeKy  SS5BE-  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88.1-2888  AC BIJILDINC, SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE M3-9433  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK OENERAL STORE 885.1400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docfaldc Pharmacy) 886-2622  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ' Rilocition  CATALOOUa  568f Cowrie Si   Bon 1219  Sechell. BC VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll Free 6(4-1016  Four bdrm house with rec room  and oak bar or 3 bdrm house with  suile. 2 sloreys. double garage,  duplex zoned, corner lot, Jacuzzi  tub. 2 tp. Call 926-2210.    M?cn  ^'f)uiik<ikl(fti(  NATIONAL HAL ISTATI S1IVICI  Real Estate, Retirement,  Relation, I am had  at your service.  J.R.(|im)Munro,  s MS (Hto 886-2277  Waterfront lot Hallmoon Bay, low  bank, moorage a possibility. 885-  7703. I32W  2 Bedroom Home on  large lot, quiet cul (le sac,  Private established  garden and shrubs,  Mappliances,carport  araisiindecking  $139,000  DAISY MANAGEMENT LTD  LMHircvr   886-3714  New 3 bdrm. 1400 aq. ft. with  mortgage helper down.Tralee.  S179.900. Call Craig. 886-2352.  ��32w  Carlson. Kevin and tami are  Ihnlled lo announce Ihe birth ol  Lisa Nicole, bom June 4. 1992 al  9:25 pm A new sister lot Jat.ne  and Laura Special thanks lo 0  Susan Hunlei and Ingnd Turner.  RN. MOcn  Adam is happy lo announce Ihe  arrival ol new cousin Melissa  Danielle Jack born July 21. 1992  at Royal Columbia Hospital. New  Westminster. She weighed /lb  !5oz Proud parents ate Sieve  and Tanya Thnlled gtandparenls  are Mr. 1 Mrs ID Giallon ol  Coquitlam and Anne a Sandy  Jack ol Qbssons MOcn  3    Obituaries  THINKING  OF SELLING  m  ^ tf  ���1  ho  a  don't look elites buying or eeemo  uses Hook at itesnelpmg people  iVm avfial they wtnl oul ol tm'  no quisrioN Aaour IT���  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  885-6277  MKNaaitLneic.  srioTiMDatT. secern  885-5290  ROBERTS CREEK 1/2 ACRE  Private, forest, ocean side of highway. 2 bdrm and studio, 5 appliances included. No agenls.  Ownei, 885-7981. S19S..00O.  Mien    | .  FANTASTIC VIEW PROPERTY  Lol 15, Sandy Hook. Ready to  build. 77x139, save on commission 142,000. Try an otler! 732-  6771. Mien  TRADE  1.6 view acies 8 mile circle. Victoria. For equity Gibsons area. 866-  3603. #31w  Spacious 3 bdrm,\ 2 baths home,  Wesl Sechelt. 5 appliances, full  basemenl, contains 1 bdrm suite,  asking $159,000.885-2382.13101  OWNER WEST SECHELT,  STOP- LOOK * LISTEN  Jusl see what you're missin! A  cozy modem home lor two - you'd  look no further if you knew. All the  treats in slore for you - vaulted  ceilings - skylights, loo - all landscaped ��� no work fo do. All  drapes, appliances as new ���  Come, be smart and deal wilh  me. No commish or GST.  $120,000. Phone 885-9306 -  6512 B|om Race. M2cn  5.   Thank You  Heartfelt thanks to the splendid  Home Care Nurses whose outstanding skill and devotion eased  Ihe way for Peggy in her ordeal  and gave me such great support.  Also to the caring and hardworking stall of Ihe Home Support  Society. A special lhanks to the  kind attention and cooperation off  all the doctors involved, Howe  Sound Pharmacy, and of course,  her many sincere and supportive  friends. Peter Baker.        MOcn  6.   Personal  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coaal Transition House for confidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944 TFN  Runners In the Gibsons area  interested in forming a club. Contact David Bamum. 886-0022.132  Support Group forming for gay  man and lesbians on Sunshine  Coast. Let's gel together. Box  381, Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons. Mlw  Individual, Couples S Family  Counselling. Sliding Scale available. Jan Michael Sherman. 885-  5166. TFN  Private Counselling lot individuals, couples and families. For  appis Contact Mary Lang (MSW-  RSW)al 886-8916. MOcn  "Patli Is" just 5 mths lo go Irom  July2l5t.         MOcn  PERSONAL  COUNSELLING  Specializing recovery issues.  Mary Pinniger M.A. R.C.C 885-  0887. i32w  7    Announcement  MASSAGE THERAPY practice  opening. David Dressier, R.M.T.  Gibsons Health Centre. 886-3622   30w  Industrial Flrat Aid Summer  School Aug. 10-21 and Sept 14-  25. Special rates tor union members and volunteers (PEP  V.F.D.) $275 ��� Reg. Tuition $400  883-9899. Gibsons M.C. accepted^ M2W  PATRICIA IEIGHTON Mum and  Gramma HAPPY 70th BIRTHDAY All our love Pal, Maureen,  Wendy, Sharon, Julie and Patrick.  MOcn  Announcement  TUTORS / PARENT  COUNSELLOR  Qualified Elementary 4 Secondary leachers mteresls Mac  computets. literacy, hyperaclivi-  ty/behavtor. college/career preparation Phone886-2l51      Mlw  ���llui��i��ir,qiW (Vnltoiii  Crafts, Taney I Starts l Vails. Bags.  Laaathaat Farnngs. Fndgaj Magnets  Placa 925 Davn Rd. Cmdyi Placa  Open 10 OOem - 3:00pm or  Phone any time 886-3967  coffee t cookiea FREE  Opening Day Fri. July 24.  Craniosacral sessions now available wilh Usha 886-2/50  M2cn  60lh Anntvetsary Open House lor  Walao and Tlotence Wtren, Sun  Aug 2. Harmony (CAP) Hall, (ib-  sons 100-500 I30w  Mary Kay Cosmetics has a skin  care program lor evety type ol  skin - excellent moistunzeis,  glamour and body care Ellory  Robertson 886-7803.  HEPPNER: DAVID CLARENCE  passed away in Ihe Kelowna Gen-  eral Hospital on July 7,1992, al  Ihe age of 84 years. He is lovingly  missed by his wile Esther, and  children: Grant (Marianne!,  Gracelene, Mona, Lee and Tony;  Iwo grandchildren and one sister  Service was held Saturday, July  11 in Ihe Grace Baptist Church,  Kelowna. Inlermenl followed in  Kelowna City Cemetary.    MOcn  BAKER: Mary Margaret (Peggy)  died peacefully July 22,1992 after  a valianl struggle with cancer  Survived by her loving husband  Peler and her brothers Alex, Ian,  Donald and Brian in Ihe UK. Bom  in Inverness, Scotland, Peggy  served in Ihe Scottish Women's  Land Army in WW2 and Ihe  WRNS during Ihe Korean conflict.  Emigrated lo Canada in 1957 wilh  husband Peler. A genlle integrity  so rare and sadly missed.  Arrangements by First Memorial  Services ol North Vancouver. No  service by request. In lieu of flowers donalions lo the Canadian  Cancer Society or Ihe Sunshine  Coasl SPCA would be appreciated. MOcn  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  Join the Reform Party lor a new  Canada. 885-5866.  MOw  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dis-  lunctional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 lor help.  NC  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINBS LT0.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints  In All  Colours Ol  The Reinbo*     ai  Including Qreen  Bill Wood  SECHELT  ~  i  A  Bus. 885*2923  Res. 885*5058  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  L'Ecole Passe Partout, Camp  Douglas Roberts Creek - enrol  now lor K i 1. Into call Robbin  885-5779, Allison B85-5363.M1W  (1    Rocrnntioi  Leam fo scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Pact Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9830  TFN  REWARD: Bunch of keys, color  coded, Alderspring - Glassford  area. 886-2935. White.      I30w  Black neut. male cat with white  patch on chest. Phone 686-3837.  M2W  Male neut. gnger cat answers to  Mr. Oscarson, North Rd. area.  Reward 886-8659. MOcn  Fern, tabby, short-haired grey cal,  crooked right ear, white flea collar, near Hwy 1011 Nestman Rd.,  Selma Park. Cai 885-5917.#30cn  Tr  Ladies diamond ring. Gibsons  Untied Church parking lot. End ol  June. Call lo identify. 8868648  ��30cn  FREE BUNNIES! 885-5239 30w  Ftee. healthy kittens, black with  while markings Call 886-8070.  MOw  Hack tern hoise, pt quarter, pt  llwoughbred. $1200 886-2338.  I32W  4 mos. old bi/wh kitten ind shots,  tecoids. scratching post 886-  3521 MOcn  Bnllany Spaniel puppies. CKC  reg. shots, dewormed. 8664191  ���32CN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then i Now Fumilute.  699 Highway 101. Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Maries Fashions     NC  Help reduce the pel over-popula-  lion problem - spay or neuler youi  pet. NC  Astrology classes with Jill Kirby  starling September Register now.  686-7930. Mlw  We buy bear bottles and bear  cam, paying 10 tfdot. 886-  M39. TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2665.    NC  FRASER  CANYON HAY  Alfalfa $7 / bale  801b bales  886-7028 avaninga  African pygmy goals, nanny $175  ��� Buck kid $75 ��� Free rooslers.  883-2990. Mlw  Female Cocker Spaniel 7 monlhs,  all sliois 1 spayed. 886-4628.  Mlw  Free lo good home. Two tortoise-  shell spayed, lemale cais, all  shots, completely house trained.  885-0856. Mien  Wanled: Good homes lor Chihua-  ha Terrier pups. $50.885-4704.  Mien  Arctic WoU-Malerajfe pups, white,  parents can be seen. $400-$500.  885-9675. ss  Shar Pei pups lor sale. 886-8571.  ���32  Weiner pigs, ready soon. 886-  3134. I32w  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  Music foi all occasions. Phone  884-5430.  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ; Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  10 fl aluminum boat wilh /without  motor. 885-5784. Eves.    M1cn  Top $ paid for military ilems.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. M7cn  Slove and fridge $200-$300.886-  9826. MOcn  Kayak, prefer Nimbus Solarn-  der/Horizon/Seafarer or Current  Jesigns/Solstice/Expedilion. 886-  8180. M2  Road racing quality bike frame,  sire 61cm or 24'. Days 8668755  Evenings 886-9667 Ask lor  Roger. TFNs  Solid wood double bed. 886-9346.  131 w  Heavy Duly Shelving. 865-3930,  9-5pm. Reasonable price.    TFN  Two Pels' Gzowski tickets. Inside.  886-3841 or 886-8565. n/c  July 18,19, 25, 26 Aug 1,2 1116  FairviewRd. 10-4pm.       30w  Moving Sale. July 18119th, 25th  J 26th, Aug. 1st 12nd. 425 Dunham St. PI. Mellon.        Mien  Sat., Aug, 1, 10 am al 1047  FairviewRd., 3 family,      MOW  Aug. 1,6 family, 4672 Sunshine  Coasl Hwy., Davis Bay.    MOcn  Multi-family yard sale, Aug. 1 * 2,  11-5pm, 6186 Maple Rd.,  Ep-riont, weather permitting.  MOcn  Aug 1-2, tools, plumbing, household effects. Elect grinders, drills,  saws and more. Trail Island Drive.  WestSechetl. MOcn  18   Barter & Trade    i21    For Sale  CENTRELINE  PERFORMANCE  Swap autobody work and paint for  cars, boats, cash or whatever  interesting moved to 8860972  90a  Will trade - drywall or painling  work tor maple or In firewood. Call  886-9495 Mlw  19   Appliances  Apl. sire Iridge and slove, suitable lor cabin, exc. working cond.  asking $250 both Phone 886-  7641. Mlw  Wanled lo buy: Non woiking  maanr appliances. 885-7897.M1W  20   Furniture  2 sets ol living room solas, chairs  and lootslools. I sel beige $200,  I sel brown floral partem $350 -  All items in excellent condition.  885-7602.  30*  Household affects include Piano,  antique dining lable. Phone 883-  2582 or 883-2400. MOcn  like new Queen sire hide a bed-  sola with two malching chairs.  885-9802. Mlw  Large 2 drop leal pine table t various pine chairs $300 OBO; Diningroom suite 1 ieaftable, 6  chairs, hutch a bullet $800 OBO;  blue crushed velvet sola, love  seal, chair and footslool $400  OBO; hideabed $300; glass  lopped coffee table, hexagon end  table and cabinet endtable, all 3  $150080.886-7259       M2cn  Cellular phone $300, inverter  $200, Gibson electric guitar $400  firm, 4 HP Merc longshafl $400.  To view 990 Chaster Rd after 6  pm or call 1-977-9969.        30w  H.D. car puller M.H. type $1,200  O.B.0.886-0918. 30w  Britco office frailer 35x10' used 6  months. $8,000 - Call Tom at 885-  5818.  30w  Household goods. Savings  machine, typewriter, wooden  table, rener chair and misc. 885-  3984. 33w  Firewood ��� Alder $85; Hemlock  $95; Fir $105; awesome cord,  Iree delivery. 886-9372       30w  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 ss  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 685-  5031. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, ergonomic  design grip bell, $850 OBO. 686-  7097. ss  Float house, 750 sq. ft. one  bdrm., propane appliances, wood  heal, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  664-5240  TFN  4' PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $10; ABS 4: $20; 3: $15; 2: $10; I  1/2', $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cul. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204,  Anything Give us a make t  model > if required, how much  you wanl lo spend. We'll try our  best. 886-9033. TFN  Clarke TB21 commercial lloor  scrubber 8 stripper. Exc. lor large  stores or mall. Battery operated.  $1900.885-9068 ss  Wa Can Sail II For Youi Consignment Sale furniture appliances and spotting goods. Call us  and find out more. 886-0225.  ���SOW  Parker Hale 2100 Mainland 30.06  cal wilh Leopold scope, $600.  886-7591. ss  Dresser & mirror, matching headboard $200, Wedding dress, size  9.883-9114. M2cn  5000 watt Coleman generator, 8  HPBS, 3 months old. $625 OBO.  886-7372. ss  Piano. Like new. Beautiful tone.  Ebony professional. Upright. 886-  2579. #30vn  Upright vac $25; Chesterfield $75;  love seat $50; Chair $30; auto  bike rack $30; X Country skiis and  poles $40.885-2151.       MOcn  Parker��Hole 30.06.3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester.  Oueen size waleibed. Benlwood  rocker 885-5467. ss  Homelite mulching mower. Sell  propelled. Brand new 2 mos ago.  Cost $614. Sacrifice at $375 685-  0898. MOcn  2 cushioned cheslerlield, gold  color, high back $85.886-3129.  MOcn  Black leather pants, like new,  ladies size 10. Inseam 30.5, plus.  $150080883-2990.       MOcn  3 Hollow core inferior doors. $20.  886-8468 Mien  Lincoln arch welder on trailer 350  amps. $2000.886-2332.    MOcn  Akai steieo receiver, matching  speakers, CD player, tape deck,  open sland compiele set $250 or  will sell components separately.  Also Philips blender $16. 886  2052. Mien  New minolla camcoider, worth  $1700 Sell $1200. Fail oilers con-  sidered 886-9097. Mtcn  Fresh organic veggies, pickling  cucumbers, etc. 885-3583. To  arrange limes. Mien  Car stereo, alpine speaker.JVC  Relail $530 Asking $250 OBO.  883-2405. Mien  Regency wood burning heatilalot.  Insert $600.885-7951.     Mien  PRAWN TAILS  Large J Jumbo. F.A.S. $8/lb. 885-  5478. Mien  Let's have a Faimers Market.  Need farmers/gardeners lo sell  garden produce and food. For  more Info please call Shirley. 886-  7859. TFN  Carpet roll, L12.5 m, w 3.64 m,  45.5 sq m Beige $2500. 885-  3288. Mien  '82 Chev. good running condition.  Needs work. $795 OBO 885-7821  alter 6:00 Mlw  1986 Yamaha 350 Warrior ATV  $25000130.885-8809.     Mtcn  Fisher small woodheater, glass  door, barely usad. $400 OBO.  Mien  Whirlpool 17 cu. fl. almond If./ice-  maker. Top of Ihe line. $649  Whirlpool 30' sellclean slove,  almond $439 - Kenmore H.G.  Dryer $249 - Gurney H.G. 30'  stove $249 - Gumey h.g. 14 cu. ft.  2 dr. I.I. fridge $329 - Inglis Citation 7 program built-in dw/energy  saver $249, Inglis liberator 2 sp. 3  cy h.d. washer, white $339 -  Admiral 30' h.g. self clean $279 -  Molfal white dryer $249 - All  reconditioned. 90 days - 2 years  warranty. Call B|om 885-7897 or  Comer Cupboard 885-4437.isiw  Ikea Oueen size bed. Large desk,  large wall unit. 865-3346.   Mlw  8x5 Blown double glazed window, 2 sliders with screens, never  installed. $250.886-3938.  Mlw  Self clean slove $450 OBO, Maytag clothes washer $150,2 reclln-  ers $25, $75, TV stereo wall unit  $100 Call 885-7990.        Mtcn  20 gallon aquarium w/access, turtle $100; double fufon w/plne  Irame $100; 20 babykin diapers,  great cond. $40; Slorkcraft crib  w/mattress $75; Papasan Chair  $35; Comfy 8' couch a armchair,  brighl floral print $50 takes both.  885-2946. Mien  23 It. Fibrelorm 165 Merc, l/o  Needs work $4800 OBO. 885-  3484. MOcn  $100 Pool table (plywood) complete 5 pool cues S balls. Phone  886-9893 after six. Mlw  $2,000 antique muzzle loading  shotgun 1879 Smith ol London,  Reply Box 382, c/o Coasl News  Box 460, Gibsons. Mlw  Gas Barbecue, cement mixer,  elect, lawn mower, shop Humes-  cents, garden hose, metal Irame  windows, G.E. vacuum. 885-  4716. Mien  Childs mountain bike, 16' wheels.  Suitable 4/6 years. $85. 886-  2768. Mlw  Dishwasher $100, gas water  heater $100, aluminum windows,  wash basin $10, doors $8,100  amp 20 circuit panel $30,5th  ' wheel hitch $325, kingpin stabilizer new $50.888-9292.      Mlw  16' Fibreglass canoe $250 OBO  Fibreglass kayak $150 OBO 885-  7950 M2cn  Kuwanara Mesa 18 spd. mln  bike, $385,1-979-4340.    #30cn  11 hp Sears lawn J garden irac-  t��, like new $1160.885-4590.   t32cn  4x8 Highwall trailer, donul  wheels, $200 OBO. 886-759).   M2cn  26" color TV, floor model $200; ol  kilchen stove $175; woodslove  $225,886-7249. I32cn Coast News, July 27, 1992  17  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Special  Rum yout9 classified ad 6 times,  cinU pay for9 only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  m Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  TOGETHERI  GOOD HAY  ISOO/Bale  Vegetables  Call Between 12-1pm  885-9357  1974 Dalsun 2607 alpine slereo,  mags, spinnet hubs, Pirelli tues.  new brakes, exc. shape $3500 **a>*��Jftjj  OBO 886-7378 |-       V*  TFN  Wellmaslei well pump $375;  1940s Blond china cabinet $125;  Homelile cut oil saw $175. Admiral sell cleaning slove $150; 100  egg incubator $25; 23 r.h. 25  brass propefa $100.885-2213.  M2cn  Captains bed w/matliess $100;  tent trailer, libreglass $2,000; Red  Coke fridge $50; 6 h.p. moloi  $350; 2.5 h.p. $150. Phone aflei  5pm. 885-3876. I32cn  Season    firewood,    maple,  $90/cord, hemlock, $85/coid, you  pk* up. 886-7774, ask for Alice.  ��30cn  Airtight woodslove, Sheffield.  Supei single waterbed/bookcase,  headboard 886-8386.      ��30cn  7x5 wooden utility trailer, $300;  Whirlpool washing machine, $50;  large metal desk. $30.686-8329.  M2W  New ping eyelwo irons (paid  $1300), 1 threw sand wedge,  $850 OBO. 886-0918        M2W  19cu. Ireezer, $100; hide-abed,  $50; recliner, 135; chair, $30,  table * 6 chairs. $7B. 886-2142.  MOcn  1966 Toyota 4 runner, very low  kms., power everything, $10,500  lirm; 21 It. boat. 350 motor OMC  lieg, $3800; sell-propelled lawn  mower, $135:21' lawnmower,  $55; oil furnace, $75 OBO; living  cheslerlield sel, like new, $750;  swing sel, $35.885-7738. MOcn  Sears 20' self-propelled rolary  lawnmower, rear bag. 886-4883.  MOcn  7 mm magnum rifle;, Iwo 16' rims  with 700-16 lires. 885-2738.M2W  Planer, band saw. lable saw, jointer, grinder, cutting torches, 18  spd. mtn bike. 885-2634.   M2W  Heavy double wool box spring S  mattress. Like new $160. 886-  7062. MOcn  Truck mate, black lool box. $100.  One man's and on e ladies' 5 spd  mountain cruiser bicycles. $100  each. 866-4714. M2cn  Wrecking: 1989 Mustang 5 L.  1981 Trans Am, 1976 Camara V  28. Call Matt eves. 885-0699.  M2w  Washing machine for sink hookup. $65. 886-8001 between 6-10  am. MOw  Halcyon waterbed heater as new.  $45,883-2179. M2wChesterfield  with matching Roto rocker a  ottoman. $175, Double tollaway  bed $35. Good cond. 883-2625.  M2w  Loncoln welder 3 phase $500.  865-7556. M2  Alum, mags/lires 50 series, lii  Honda Civic, exc. cond., $550  OBO. Louvre 865-7571.    M2W  6 II. sliding glass door/screen  double thermal pane, $200; card  table and 4 chairs, $35; whirlpool  elec. range, $75; portable toilet.  $25,883-2651. MOcn  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  PT. wananty. $4500OBO. 686-  6922 ss  1990 Ford Aerostat. XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new.  $5500.886-2833 or 866-7484. ss  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  auto., PS/PB, powei di. locks,  AC. AM/FM stereo. $4995 060  686-211101886-9018 ss  CASH PAID  For Soma Carl And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Supei Beetle. $2500 OBO.  883-9234.  22  Heavy  Equipment  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 ss  1960 - 1830 Case uni-loadei.  $7,000 OBO. 885-8809.    Mtcn  1973 JD 450 Tiack loader sell or  trade. For tools or buildings sup  piles. $3995.686-4679.    MOcn  1960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims. $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1979 Dalsun 210 wagon, good  lunning cond., $700 OBO. 885-  5492. ss  CLEAROUT  $999  or LESS  ���80 CHEVETTE  80 ASPEN  80V0LARE  78 CHEVETTE  '77 ASPEN  77 OMEGA  76 ARROW  75 DART  74 MAZDA  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645 Wharl Rd., Sechelt  885-4004-  1981 Ford Granada as is, $500  OBO. 886-8095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025 ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  set, wilh covers, 686-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.  ss  1988 MUSTANG G.T  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm.  885-2544. SS  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond.  $7,495.886-7520 or 886-2 ttt.ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  inl/ext., rebuilt engine S transmission. Priced lo sell $3650 Call  086-8510 alter 6:00pm.        ss  1981 AMC, aulo, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 885-1942.    ss  1977 Volvo DL. rusty, reliable,  new parts. $500 OBO 885-1942.  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WSEK, MONTH  886-8538 220-8767  I4.    m.aj cajtl       j  John Deere Cal 440c-winch, very  rjood condition. $6000.88r3-8087.  MOw   1987 KTakeuchi TB 26 Excavator,  dozer blade, mechanical lumb  2250 hours. Excel shape. $13000  OBO. 885-4522. ��32cn  Bobcat for sale $4000.886-4666.  Call after 5:00pm. MOw  Kenworth Hustler, sell loading  logging truck wilh Barko grapple,  bunks and sides for demolition.  Excellent condition. MV Certified.  $35,000 OBO. Lincoln welder  $400. 20 ton hydrolic liltjack lor  heavy truck. $1200, Diamond rock  drill $250. Wolff Industrial skill  saw, 91/2" blade, new , never  used. $150.685-2213.     Mien  Wanled used Faim tractor and  plowaroto. 886-3134.      M2w  1971 LandRovei - 88 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  883-2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condilion, new dual exhaust, radial l/a  low profile lires. Sacrillce $3600  or trade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11 ft. camper. 885-9068. ss  1957 Volkswagen Beelle - Reslor-  able condilion. Besl olfer over  $1100.885-7167. ss  '78 Honda Civic, excellenl condilion. $850.885-2397.       MOcn  '82 Honda Civic 4 dr, hatchback.  light green, 60,000 miles, good  running condilion. Some lusl  $1500. Phone 886-8056.   MOcn  19,70 Ford Maverick $295 or lor  parts. 885-6015. Before 8pm.  MOcn  1980 Honda Accord hatchback.  Good running condilion. $975  OBO. 885-5666. MOw  1975 Custom valiant slant 6, auto,  power steering, good tiies, clean,  musl see. $750.685-2309. MOcn  1985 Honda Prelude, only 85,000  kms $7800 Diana 886-8107 or  886-9408.     TFN  1987 Toyola Fouirunner, 5 speed  $11,000 Good condition. 886-  3936. Mlw  1990 Escort LX, ps, pb. air condi-  lioning, am/lm, 15,000 miles.  Excellenl condilion. $6,995.885-  4064. ��30w  1978 Buick Lesabre. excellenl  condilion. $450 OBO 885-3299  ���SOw  1975 Honda Civic, running condilion, $500 OBO 686-0916 MOw  1987Camry LE. Slnd, 91.000  kms, excellent condition. $12,300.  886-7074. MOw  1986 Fiero GT. V6, 4 spd. sun.  root, deluxe anVtm cassette, exc.  cond $7500 OBO 886-3097 01  886-7X1 (message)       Mtcn  Good reliable lamily wagon. 1979  Pontiac Parissiene. 350, V6, aulo  AC, curise pw, am/lm cassette.  Tow pkg. $1200 885-9848 Mtcn  1988 Toyota Tercel coupe, new  exhausl system. Standard, excel,  cond. $5900.886-0022.    Mtcn  1991 Black 4x4 GMC Jimmy. SI.  Excellent condition. Wananty  remaining. Must sell $16,000.  OBO. 885-9561. Mtcn  1979 Plymouth sedan. $2500.  OBO. 885-3997. Mlw  1979 Dodge Omni $375. OBO or  hade for canoe. 886-4545  Mlw  '77 Ventuia. v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553. ss  1985 Citation II. V6, 4 spd. Only  33.000km. $3200.885-9553.   ss  I960 M.G. Midget. Showroom  condition. Has been babied.  Mechanically 100%. Body Slop in  excellent condition. 885-7654.  Mlw  '77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBo. 886-2111 SS  '84 Camaro Z2B, 5.0 litre auto. T-  tops, $5200,886-3570.      Mlw  1981 Reliant, salety checked,  vety reliable. $750 OBO. 883-  2405. Mtcn  1981 Honda Accord, mechanicall  excel, new biakes. mutflet 2 lires,  clean interior bul rusty. $1200.  883-2161 Eves. M2cn  1954 Desoto. Good condilion.  Running order,"shop manual  included. $2500.686-7457. #3501  1991 Chevy Sprint. Immac. cond.  25,000k. $6900 OBO. 685-7950.  M2cn  1977 Chevrolet Caprice Classic.  Good running cond. New brakes,  and gas pump. Dependable. $900  OBO. 886-7532. M2cn  '62 Plymouth Sapporo Japanese  Economy 8 lots ol power $1750.  Dalsun p/u good shape $500.  885-9357. TFN  1969 Chevy Sprint. 5 spd, slereo,  excellent cond. $4500 OBO. 865-  7045 Eves. M2cn  1978 Audi Fox, good condilion,  $700 OBO. 886-9328.       M2W  '88 Chev Cavalier, exc. cond.,  $5000 firm. 686-3663.      MOcn  '81 Honda Prelude, good run.  cond., some rust, $1200 080.  886-3663. MOcn  1984 Toyota 4X4, not running,  wilh canopy and Warren 6000  winch, best offer over $500.886-  8329. M2W  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj.  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150. ss  1981 Ponliac Phoenix Deluxe. 6  cyl. aulo, 4 dr, halchback, very  clean, 85,000 kms. $1200. 883-  9259. Mien  78 Foid Fairmonl, one owner,  good cond.. $950.866-7270.  M2W  BUYING A NEW VEHICLE? We  are a dealer relerral service. We  will get you Ihe lowest price possible, delivered lo your door, with  access to Ihe besl honest dealers.  No relerral lees to you. Or lease  to own. Dealer connection. 984-  2699,24 hours a day.      M2W  '68 Mustang GT, 5 spd., black,  $8000.885-5478. M2W  1980 Sunbird, V6 aulo., 99,500  kms., no rusl, $850.  1981 Citation V6 auto., new tires,  $750,886-7227. MOcn  1958 Chev BelAir, 4 dr, restored  original 348 68 auto, $5500.886-  0957 Evenings. Mien  1979 MUSTANG  4 cyl., 4 spd., no rusl, exc. cond.,  sunroof, new tires. 686-7227.  MOcn  1982 Cavalier, $2200 OBO. 886-  7677. M2W  '87 T-Bird Turbo sporls coupe, full  load, mint cond., $10,500. 885-  4194. M2W  2 for 1 BO Chevetle I960 Acadian  interchangeable, $600 OBO. 886-  8741. M2W  Must sell B7 Honda CRX excellent condtton $7000. OBO. 885-  8895 Mtcn  1984 Suzuki Samuri. 4 wheel  dnve. $3900.66.000 k. exc. cond.  885-7930 Mlw  1960 Sunbird. V6. auto.  99,500 kms, no rusl $850.  1961 Citation. V6. aulo.  new lires. $750.  886-7227.  ���29cn  1980 VWRabtxl, diesel. runs  well $1500 080.883-2863 Eves.  Mien  1974 Volvo. 6 cyl. c/d. $800 OBO.  883-9590. I29cn  1988 Ply. Voyager. 7 pass. V6  auto. 67.000 miles Excellenl condilion. $9000 886-7610.     Mlw  1966 Pontiac Parisierme. 54.000  original miles. 2 dr. Blight ted.  Appraised al $5800. will sell lor  $4800.885-9262. M2w  1990 Suzuki Samurai, sol/hard  lop, extras $9500. 885-3242  Eves. M2w  1982 Ponliac Fi. Brd. S.E. Good  shape. 886-8915. M2w  '79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO.  886-7520 or 886-2111. SS  1966 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6. PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 865-2836,865-7413.  ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4, aulo., CD  player, gd. cond.. $7500 OBO.  Days 686-9332 alt. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  1981 Dodge 3/4 ton PU, 360 V8,  no rusl, $1200.886-4714.       ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 685-5102. ss  1969 GMC Tracker, 4 wheel  drive, 5 speed. Hardtop. $9000.  686-4599. ss  1961 Ford F250,4x4 with rock  box $5500.886-4609. SI  1990 Mazda cab plus, white, 5  spd, suniool, box linei $9500.  885-4862. ss  '76 Jeep, pick up 4x4, $650 OBO.  Deal. Runs good. Eveiylhing  works. 885-9528. MOcn  1966 Land Rover $1250. 866-  3854. MOW  Chev 3/4 ton, new target 350,  new brakes. $2000 OBo. 886-  0918. MOw  1975 Chev pu, 350,4 spd, good  running condition. $550 OBO 886-  3097 or 686-7301 (message)  Mien  1971 Ford p/u good work Iruck or  beater. Runs good. $400. 685-  7654. Mlw  1979 Chev PU. 3/4 Ion, 350 auto,  very good shape, like new, low  mileage. $2400. OBO. 864-5263.  Mien  1991 White Chev Silverado, 1/2  ton, 4x4,35,000 kms. Warranly  lemaining. Excellenl condilion.  $17,500,685-9561. M1cn  1965 Blazei 4x4, lull size, 305  aulo, o/d, trailer hitch $5900.885-  4778. Mtcn  1965 Jimmy, aulo, Sierra classic  (lull size) loaded, 112,000 kms,  shift kit, sleieo, very clean.  $9,500. OBO. 885-6218.   Mien  1984 Chev Scotsdale, 1/2 ton,  giey and while p/u wilh matching  canopy, 305. ps. pw, pb $3500.  OBO. 886-3938. MtW  1969 Mazda B2200 pfu Iruck.  31,000 miles. Immac cond. h.d  bumper, lonneau cover. Alarm.  $7000 OBO. 886-7098.      Mlw  1974 Prowler 24 It., must sell.  $4000 OBO 883-2930 or 886-  3580. MOcn  1975 VW camper, pop-top, runs  OK, very very rusty $400 OBO.  863-2161. Eves. N2cn  1981 32' Terry Taurus trailer Exc.  cond. air cond. new awning, many  extras $10,000 885-3313 M2cn  18 II. Okanagan 5th wheel  $6,000 619 Glen Road 886-  9597 13201  1977 Ford F250 dub cab. PS/PB.  AM/FM CD player, c/w 19/8 9 1/2  It. Wilderness camper. Hush  I960 XTC Mini.molor home on  360 Dodge Maxivan cruise, 3 way  Iridge, lurnace, 4 burner stove  wilh oven. Poita-polti. Extra late  second gas tank, excellenl condilion Mechanical records. $7900.  866-7421. 132  23 ft. 1978 Terry Travel Trailer,  excellent condilion, sleeps six.  Oven and stove. 3 ways, Iridge,  separale bathioom with tub and  shower $6500 Phone 886-80-*1.  MOcn  1975-27' Camperized bus.  Propane luel, good condilion,  $12,000 OBO. 885-3982.  MOcn  27111982 Komlort trailer, mint  condition, travel or use as permanent home. All comforts 886-8198  loi appl. to view $10,800.  MOcn  Tenl trailer, Slarcrall sleeps 6.  Excellent condition. Asking  $4400.686-7923. MOcn  1987 Elite motor home, Chev 30,  350 motor, low mileage, sleeps 4,  excel cond. Owner asking  $21,500,865-7615. MOcn  1975 Winnebago, low miles,  mech sound $11000 OBO 886-  0918 MOw  For Renl: 13' Boler travel trailer by  week or weekend. 885-5307.  HSOcn  1971 171/2 South park Travel  trailer, sleeps 6, fridge. 3 bumei  slove, oven br with port a potty,  lurnace. Good condition. $2500.  885-6809. MOcn  20 Tandem Iravel trailer, good  clean cond., can be seen al  Uptown RV Paik, Gibsons. Could  be used as residence. Asking  $3500 OBO. For mess, call 886-  0070. M2W  27 lool Holidaire nailer lully  equipped $9800.883-9771. M2w  1984 Mazda B2000 wilh canopy,  excellenl condilion, low mileage.  $3700.886-0979. Mtcn  1973 Ford 1 Ion dump. $4500.  666-8204.      M2cn  Good to Dodge 1/2 Ion VB auto.,  $950.8864)240. M2W  1986 Dodge 4X4 pickup, $6200.  M2W  14 It. Aluminum boal > trailer  $500. 886-4666 call after 5pm  ISO*  22 t/2 Bayliner Sunbndge cniser  Volvo Penta 225 complelely kited  for fishing and ciuising, mint  cond, many extras, $19,000.886-  2730. M2W  16*6' Huddtestone clinker, cedar  on oak hui, windshield and Merc  controls. No engine, $400 Alter 5  pm 886-9849. MOcn  24' Bay Liner 6cyl. Chrysler nissan  diesel - low 590 hours. 270 leg  very econorncal, initially reconditioned $12000 886-806/   MOw  Upper Deck Cleaners has a crew  to swab I dean youi decks and  cabin. Call Callie or Aprile B86-  7574. M6w  15' Starflile l/g runabout 35 Evinrude, new top, trailer, used daily,  ready to fish, bottom painted new,  paid moorage till 1993. $2600.  885-9282. M2w  171/2' Donzl Includes 454 cu.  engine, new n nevei stalled.  Berkely jet $10,000 film. 865-  7556. 132  14 1/2' l/glass 20 hp 1990 Evinrude, steering controiA trailer, exc.  cond. $2500 OBO, Road runner  Iraile for 19-21' elect brake, excel,  cond. $1500 OBO. Mercury 9.9  long neck, good cond. $700 OBO.  885-7556. M2cn  8' Bombard ax 2 inflatable, as  new. Foot pump and oats. Will  take 4 hp o/board. Cost $1500,  asking $900, 6 hp Johnson seahorse. Good cond. $500. 685-  2060. Mien  13 1/2' new muscle boat, glass  over plywood. 40 hp Evinrude  upholstered and tarped. $2000  OBO 885-7687. ��32w  9.9 hp Johnson OB, good cond.  $250,885-9992. MOcn  Buy my ugly tiuck I! 1981 Datsun  King cab. 5 spd. Sunrool, very  reliable but ugly! Good work truck.  $800,885-9282. M2w  1984 Chev 4x4, 6.2 L diesel 4  spd. auto,  excellent cond.  thiriughout. $6400.886-3940.  I32cn   1986 Chev P.U., 4 spped, small  V8,73,000 km, has canopy, exc.  cond. $5500.885-3881.     ��32w  SfCMlT MMK   |  MNNfYS in.    1  ciptiii 1111 Mrrav 1  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C.   ���Marine I  Surveyors and Consultants!  Reduced to $29,990. 24x52 Double wide moduline. 3 bdrm, 5  appl, Musl be moved by June  30th 886-9229. HOW  1990 14x70 Moduline home with  addition $ decks on level 1/2  acre. Close to Gibsons. $105,000.  8860316. MOcn  Back to work  but short ol money  we will pay pad rent  in Sunshine Coast MM Park  lii Dec 1992 it you  purchase one ol our  show homes setup in  Park Oflei Good till Aug 30/92  all homes ready tor  immediate occupancy  Regal Homes Lid.  886-2597/597.3322.        TFN  New deluxe 14x70 Home set up,  ready to move into, Wesl Sechelt  Next lo store and school. Must be  seen, fridge, slove $ diapes  included. Call Bill 885-7310. *30w  1973 3 bdrm. 12x68 with large  addition 8 deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,886-7308.       ss  2 bdim 1974 12x68 with laige  addilion. Lots of extia storage  space. Perfect lor inexpensive living. Sechelt. $26,000 OBO.  Phone 885-2272. Mtcn  Family/Adult  Park  Gibsons Area  Reduced  1-1392 sq.lt. home  2 - 924 sq. fl. homes  No leasonable offer relused.  Only 5% down OAC  597-3322/886-2597  TFN  SUMMER MADNESSI  14x71 Deluxe regent was $54,900  Summer Special $49,995.  14x70 Moduline, Iront ( back  bedroom, ensuite, loaded  was$52,900. Summer Special  $49,995  14x70 Front kitchen was $48,200,  Summer Special $45,900.  These homes are all 1992 set up  in SCMH Paik or lor yout priavale  property. 886-9826. TFN  GOOD BUY!!  3 bdrm, front kitchen, very clean,  looking lor a family asking  $19,500 OBO. SCMHPark. 886-  9826. TFN  18 ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc.  In/outboard, trim labs, VHF, CB,  sounder, ball lank, lull canvas,  extras.lrailer, $5500.883-9059.SS  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 260 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 885-  5278 TFN  12 fl. aluminum boal $600, 885-  7167. SS  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, vety  last and in lop condition, surveyed  value $8500, offers t trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras. $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.  ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3600.  885-9333. ss  MV. Blackfish, 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, lealuring new  Swann aulo, anchor pkg., new  LMS. 200 w/Loran C. new fenders  i brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, complelely lellnished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  Hush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold, $3500.886-3457.    ss  Moorage - Sechell. 2 dollars per  fool per month.  Royal Reach Motel t Marina.  885-7844.  91 Prowler as new V8 Power mercruiser FWC view at South Coast  Ford. 885-3281. ss  24 ft. Totycraft, full canvas, mercruiser, VHF, CB, soundei, sink,  stove, head etc. Four wheel lilt  trailer. Perfect condition. $9250.  865-0896. MOcn  8' Fibreglass Dingy rigged for sailing ��� older 3 hp molor. 883-2248.  $900 MOcn  161/2 Star cralt, 50 hp Mercury,  trailer $2750.685-8994 after 5pm.  10' Achilles inflatable $800 OBO.  865-5702. M2w  28 fl. Diesel Cruiser 1974, Excellent liveaboard, coastal ciuising. 4  cyl Volvo t/0 for saftey. dependability 4 economy, cruises 7  knots, head, shower, holding tank,  electric fridge, propane  stove/oven. Sleep six. Dinghy.  Radio's exc. $17,5000. Gibsons.  886-0065. Mlw  Cuslom built 8 ft. sportyak twin-  hull libreglass, unsinkable dinghy.  Varnished oars, seals 8 oak trim  $400 firm. 886-0909. Mlw  8 fl. wooden dinghy exc. cond  wilh oars. $250.886-9337. Mlw  50 hp mere, wilh controls asking  $800080.885-3469.       Mlw  1976 241/2 cruiser, new 250  Chev, new mere cruiser leg, galley, stand-up head all in good  shape. $7600 moored al Egmont  Marina. 683-9253. MOcn  Like new fibreglass boal, exc.  cond., with oars, buill in floatation,  $550.886-25)3. M2W  7.5' Livingston dinghy, c/w davits  and oars. (new). 885-4716. Mien  1974.16 1/2 ft. Fibertorm 165 hp.  OMC I/O needs upholstery $2500.  686-8691. Mlw  17 ft. Double Eagle, highliner nailer, lull instrumentation. 140 hp  Merc cruiser, 7.5 beam. 416 hr.  on rebuilt VHF Lowiance depth  Under, 24 gal. aluminum gas lank,  healer, fresh walei cooled $7500  OBO. 885-4019. M2cn  161/2 It. Enterprise, long mast  Darcon sails, needs paint 4 new  wood on deck. $400 3 h.p. Seagull A-t $250.886-3400.     Mtcn  EZ load boat trailer, good condition, offers. 686-2757.      M2cn  140 VB OMC motor, needs long  block. 886-6902 or 939-3128.  M2cn  A GO FISHING GOOD BUY!  NOW!  16' Marline Bow Rider, 65 hp  Merc 6 hp Johnson/bracket.  Roadrunner trailer, all new canvas, fish S depth finder, compass,  life jackets, bumpers, circulating  bail lank, anchor, chain, rope,  extra gas tanks, paddles, rod  holders, sk! rope, wood frame,  plus larp $5995.885-5112.   M2  28. Motorcycles  '66 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., garage kept, $5500.886-  9595. ss  1961 Honda CB650 cuslom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 686-7378. SS  1983 Yamaha secca 900 mint.  Cond. Very last. $1500. 885-  9600. M2cn  Yamaha Venture Royale, 1200 cc  touring bike, gd. cond., $2600  OBO. 885-1946. M2W  1978 650 cc Yamaha $650.886-  7677. H30w  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 886-8622. ss  Honda ATC. 195 $500 886-9292.  Mlw  1966 KX 250 bike, good condition. $1200.883-9114 Days.  13201  1981 Yamaha 850, special 20.000  excellenl shape. Sacrilice $900.  886-4688. M2w  29   Wanted to Rent  Professional couple require 2  bdrm and den, Roberls Cieek  area by Sept. 1.886-2332. Mtcn  Reliable, mature woman needs  quiet accommodations, close in  Sechelt. Reasonable renl. 885-  2809. Mtcn  House or trailer lor lamily of lour,  Roberts Creek area. Sept. To  December. 925-2131.885-4857.  M2cn  Resp. N/S couple wanting 2-3  bdrm house monthly or seasonal.  Capable of renovating and maintenance. Call collect Coady or  Linda 1-263-4261. Mtw  Responsible widower/veteran  seeking 2 bdrm. house with fp for  reasonable rent. Enjoy gardening  and updating, refs. avail 665-0640  days. 929-1951 anytime.   M2W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland of PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential, Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE Call Pebbles al 886-8107 lor detatls.TFN  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which rjscrim-  inates in the rental ot rjroperty.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion ol rental would be In  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against Ihem. The Coast Newt  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  N/S female praters same lor  shared accommodation In my  horns, $350/mo. No pets. North  Rd, GibsonsH6-C095.   TFNs  Sbedroom I den. School Road.  Relerences Heat/cable included  $625.886-8150. TFN  TEREDO SQUARE  Newly renovated ollice space,  1013 sq. ft. phone 885-4466. TFN  2 bdrm suite, lower Gibsons. Aug  tst. 650 sq. ft. Laundry, parking  $475,883-9707. Mtw  New 3 bdrm. side by side, duplex,  3 appliances. 886-9654.  MOon  1 bdrm cabin with lolt lull self contained. Roberts Cteek waterfront.  $275 per week. 886-4564. MOcn  3 bdrm, 4 applianes, quiet location, $750 per month, 886-9754.  MOcn  Large 2 bdrm suite, 4 appliances,  Gibsons Bluff, waledront. 877- -  1770. MOcn  Cozy, 2 bdrm with woodslove, private yard, across Irom marina In  Lower Gibsons. Avail. Aug. 1.  $675 ��� deposit. 886-4688. MOcn  2 bedroom, near new townhome,  1425 sq. It. 1 1/2 baths, 4 appliances, available Aug 1/92.  $750/mo. 866-4680. MOcn  NRS  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  "StvuUetmf >4U tfawi  PxapH'Uaj'Kttdi''  ' Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  References  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciling  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We Will laaauiiaai.iam.aiiaai,.  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving- In inspection  ��� Arrange for maintenance &  repairs  ��� Collect the rent a damage  deposit  ��� Dispurse rent monies to  owner  Do moving out inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately 800 to 1300  sq. ft. of fabulous office  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  improvemenls.  "CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277 Coasl News, My 27, l*>l)2  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  31   For Rent  Beautilul 2 bdrm condo Central  Gibsons. Iridge. stove, dishwasher, washendryer Available Aug  1 $690 month. 685-1/44 I 886-  9593 MOw  Sepl 1st 3 bdrm. 5 appliances,  view home in Selma Park $/0O  pet month. 421-4/8/ MOw  Clean, bright 1 bdim ground Boot  suite, upper Gibsons, view. I'p,  w/d. non smoking, no pels  $450mo plus ulililes. 2/7 6205  ��30w  2 bdtm well localed $625 886-  Z400. HOw  House lot lent lor short term *i��k>  your build or look tor a new  home'886-2164 MOw  Sept 1st 2 bdrm. 2 balh. large  comlorlable home, near new.  885-0950. Mien  1 txlim lumished house Available  Spel 1 883-90/6 Pendei Harbour MOw  Executive lumished 2 bedim bun  galow style townhouse 1 5 baths,  hot lub, 5 appl $800/mo BB6-  3667. ��30w  Spacious, new 3 bdrm lownhouse  in Gibsons, close lo amenities,  sundeck. carport, skylight. 5 appl.  rels. no pets, avail now. Call 1-  230-4099 ��30w  Gibsons Bast  We have a limited number ol  QUIET FURNISHED BACHELOR  SUITES available at allocable  rates For moie inlormation call  886-9156. MOw  View  From this spacious 'new' I bdrm  suile localed in Sechell. No pels.  $550 ulils included 865-6396  alter 6pm. MOcn  Newly relurbished sludio collage.  fireplace Hallmoon Bay area  $550.885-2703. HOcn  2 bdrm mam lloor of house, bnghl  spacious, newly decorated. Huge  deck, manna view $625 a utils.  886-9736or351-0540.     Mien  Gibsons - Cozy 1 bdrm suile.  newly decorated in house wilh  manna view $375 . ulils 886-  0072 or 351-0540. Mien  2 bdrm apl. 1 1/2 balh, gaiage,  North Rd close lo mall 4 schools.  Available Aug. 1. $600/mo 886-  7625. after 6pm. Mtcn  3 bdrm, s x s duplex, all appis.  Convenient location. Gibsons.  $825 per month. 885-3277, 255-  5470. Mtcn  Oceanview, brighl 1 bdrm suite,  deck, very quiet, Lower Gibsons.  Aug. 1.886-7012. Mien  Complelely new! Bachelor suite,  includes utilities/laundry privileges, 2 min walk to Sunnycrest  mall, suite has it's own patio. Avail  Aug. I. $325/mo. B86-O004.M1cn  2 bdrm apl, central Gibsons  walervrew $525, per monlh 886-  3330 TFN  Avail Aug I 3 bdrm Minutes to  lerry and slores 4 appliances.  $/50aulllS No pets 885-7590.  Mlw  Git-aons - Spacious, near new. 3  bdrm. 2 1/2 bahis, gourmet  kitchen. 5 appliances, garage  $850 2985215 Mlw  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons.  $/50/mo 8868204 I32W  Spacious 3 bedroom. ? bath  home. Wesl Sechell N/S No  iwts Avail Sept t. $850 p,month.  utilities, cable included 885 2382  Mien  4 bdrm house on acreage.  Huberts Creek $1000 per monlh  886-356/ Mlw  Soames Point, w/l I mi Itom  Langdale Futn Well maintained.  2 bdrm plus sunroom. deck on 1/2  acie. incl gtoundskeeper Sepl I  lo June SO $650 Resp. with rels  886/298 or 263-7900.       Mlw  1 bdrm. gourmel kilchen, walk-in  closet, beautilul view. w/d. 819  Fisher Rd $550 per month. Avail  Aug 15 886-3620 Evenings.  M2cn  Gibsons ��� Fum. Bachelor suile,  $440 Furn 1 bdrm suite $490  885-6009 M2cn  Private setting, bnghl, new 1118  sq ft 2 bdrm main lloor suite in  executive home. Adull oriented. 5  appliances hydro S cable induded. Nonsmoking, no pels. $675.  per month. 886-7334.       M2cn  1 bdrm Roberls Creek W/F collage, suil retired couple. $800/mo.  reduced rent for caietaktng. Refs.  req. avail Sepl. 1.1-943-1394.  M2W  2 bdrm. house in Roberls Creek,  hot lub. view, call 1-431-9916.  M2W  Gibsons ��� Ig 2 bdrm. apartment,  appliances, great localion, $650.  255-5470 or 885-3277.      M2W  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm. suite,  FS/WD, very dean with view, no  pets. Aug I. $650 1-596-1669  M2W  Cozy one bdtm., view, across  Gibsons marina, Aug. 1. $500.  686-9737. ��32W  1 a 2 bdrm. Seaview Race. 886-  7018. M2W  Large 3 bdrm. house on small  acreage wilh view ol Bargain Bay,  $550/mo., rels. required, phone  883-2919 or 855-4926.      M2W  Modern 1400 sq. It. 2 bdrm w/f  home near Earls Cove. Partially  lurnished. All appl., l/p, satellite  dish, n/s. no pels. Sept - June  $700 per month. Rels. 883-9679.  1-943-0613. ��32cn  Redtoofts 2 bdim rancher 4  appl. available Aug I. $800; Gibsons - immaculate ? . bedrooms,  view, available Aug 15. $750  Centuiy West Really. 885 2235.  HOCN  2 bdrm mobile home al liwin  Molel 626 Hwy tOI $400 plus  util 8863331 I32w  3 bdrm duplex ensuile. 1200 sq It  wilh lantaslic view, non smokers  preferred $/50/m Gibsons call  Craig or I leather 886 2SS2 I32w  Bright clean 3 bdrm turmshGd  suite. Upper Gibsons, top tlnoi  duplex, view, sundeck. liteplace.  washer/dryer, non smoking, no  pels $650 . ulils I 2/7 6205  ���32w  I arge lully lunxshed I bdrm trailer  in Dans Bay $550 885/511  ISOcn  32   Commercial  tor Rent  1165 sq fl retail, Sechell, three  private offices $780 net.  2000.-10.000 square feet, exposure, will build lo suil  New otlice space 800-2400 sq. It  Wilson Creek. $8 OOnel  Relail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.ft. 14,00 nel  Gram Realty  886-3330  TFN  600 sq. II ollice upper Gibsons,  $2507mo. triple nel. 886-6204.  M2W  Excellenl commercial S relail  space Aug 1/92. Downlown  Sechell 1600 sq II. lease. Good  access S parking. 2| Attractive  ollice space avail on 2nd lloor ol  Ihe dock. Excellent location 500  sq. It. lease. Available immediately For eilher ol these vacancies  Call Carmen. 885-5818.     ��30w  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hall  available, wheelchaii facilities.  885-2752 01895-9863.     M2W  Retail or Office Space  For Lease  600-1300 sq. ft. $300-$1100  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons. Lome. 1-733-9883. Maiie  886-7018. TFN  Warehouse/office space Irom  1500 sq. ft. up. Diane 865-2772.  ss  Roberts Creek Hall avail., dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  (?) offices, lower Gibsons, light 4  heal induded. $175 4 $300.886-  2588. MOw  Gibsons otlice Space ��� 576 sq. ft.  plus warehouse area il required.  886-6460. MOcn  FOR ONE WEEK  in ���ltt��r tha Monday  or Wookondor edition  up to 10 words  25 cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Frao  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by clasaified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Wookondor  Noon Friday Noon Tuosdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  32   Commercial  tor Rent  STORAGE  Healed, pallatised, govt  approved len Wiay's Translo'  ltd. 886 2664 TFN  Gibsons landing Health Centre  Otlice space lot lease lor details  phoneLenkaW 1-3036 Ives  34   Help Wanted  Br & hath - share accom in spacious waterlront home, Roberts  Cteeh No smoking, working per  son only KfcO/monlh 886 9863  MOcn  The Wharf Restaurant has an  ���icilltni reputation lor both  tood end lervlee Presently, we  requite a Full lime 2nd Cook lr��  daytime work Ihe successlul  applicant must on a leam player  ii ui can work avtlh all olhei stall In  delivenng a quality product to out  guests Expenence ot a busy  kilchen is essential Applications  in writing only to General Manager. Bella Beach, mm Sechelt  VON 3A0 I30w  Scanmar Sealood ltd. requites  an experienced net mendet.  Salary based upon experience.  Benefits included medical and  dental. Please call 683-1147 or  Send Resume to: Box 3, Egmonl,  BC. Mt: Vic. ��30w  Earn money and prizes to' the  whole lamily. Have lun demonstrating Discovery Toys Consultants and managers needed, t-  365-2526 Collect. Mtcn  Administration Suppod Clerk  Earn money reading books at  home. Many readers needed  lull/part lime. Amajing recorded  message reveals Details call I-  800-665-7405 Ext. ��2?1.    ��30w  34   Help Wanted  The Bella Beach Motel Is one ol  Ihi busiest hospitality outlets  on the Sunshine Coast. Present  ly we requite a Desk Cletk lor  mainly evening work. The successlul applicant musl be a leam  player thai can work with all other  stall in looking alter our guests A  pleasant personality and an ability  with figures are Ihe most impot-  tant attributes Applications in  willing only lo Kathy Ctosbie,  Managei. Bella Beach, RRI,  Sechuil,V0N3A0  I poking lor a permanent 1 2 days  a week |ob7 Upbeal ladies lash-  ion store might be the place1  Apply PO Box 1159. Gibsons.  BC MJ-cn  Part lime, (possibly lulllimel lully  qualified auto mechanic requited  Please call 886 257?.       M2cn  Pari lime al Video FIc Please  toave resume. I3?cn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  S.P.C.A. needs a volunieei fo  answei calls concerning  animals and refer any  concerns to Ihe appropriate  numbei. Can be done Irom  your own home.  St. Marys Hospital Junioi  Auxiliary program needs  volunteers to visit lesidents in  Totem Lodge and help wilh  meals. Good job experience.  Recycling Depot in Gibsons  need help to continue its  variety ol services. Two hour  shifts to help people sort.  Save The Strait Marathon  needs volunteers lor all  diflerenl phases. Get involved'  lots of fun and an opportunity  to meel new people.  Parent and Tol Drop In needs  helpers for Ihe summer  program.  Red Cross program needs  volunteers lo participate in a  training program starting In the  fall foi emergency service to  families in case of a disaster.  FOO THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES CONTACT  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE AT  M5-3M1  A Service lunded by the  Ministry ol Social Services  35   Business &  Home Services  BOB'S PMNTING  Quality, workmanship and malen.  als Satisfaction guaranleed.  Seniors' discount. 885-4604.  Mien  CONSTRUCTION 4  RENOVATION  Fiom planning lo painting Call lor  an eslimale Tom Richardson  886-2844 MOw  PMNTING  Residenlial. Commercial  886-3682  30*  COAST WOODWORKS  Concrele lo cabinets, cuslom  woodworking, furniture repairs  885-7253 Mien  Assemble light pioducls liom  home Easy work, Excellent  pay! We piovide delails, 24  hours. (604)623-2380. Ext. IA74.  M3cn  COUNSELLOR REQUIRED:  Project parent Sunshine Coasl  requires an interim counsellor, 20  houts/week until October 1999.  Ability to provide individual and/or  lamily counselling, to assess presenting problems, identity inrjvid-  ual and/oi lamily needs and  develop goals. Anger manage-  menl and gnel/loss work experience an asset. May involve some  group work.  Musl be able lo woik independently and as a team membei,  write reports and liase with com.  munily agencies. Some evening  work may be involved.  Please submit resumes lo: Coordinator. Project Parent, Box  1069, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0 by  My 31.1992. 30cn  35   Business &  Home Services  Construction Manager. Must have  experiences as general contractor  in residential construction. Fat.  resume lo 685-6666.        MOw  Part-time lite and job skills coach  with counselling exp. needed for  literacy program. Min 2yrs post  secondary courses in education  or counselling preferred. Must be  able to work flexible hours, for 19  hours per week. From Sept. 21-  May 28.1993 Send covering letter detailing experience with  resume c/o Dasandra Maidmentt,  School Dislricl 146, Continuing  Education, Box 888, Sechelt, BC,  VON 3A0. Deadline for application  Fri, July 31,1992. MOw  After school caie needed in Sept.  Approx. 15 his per week Woodcreek Park area. Car an assel.  886-3540 M2w  Sechell Shell requires 1 lull time.  1 part time person, must be personable, energetic, capable wtih  numbers, apply in person with  resume between 12-2pm or 5-  6pm weekdays. M2W  Line cook, accepting resumes at  Jolly Roger. 9-11 am, Mon-Fri-  day. Ask for Dan. MtW  Applications are invited rom  enthusiastic early Childhood Educators for a rye-school Supervisor  I assistant in non-profil preschool lo begin in September  Requirernents: Valid ECE certificate (for Assistant Position will  consider lesser qualifications)  First Aid. Should have previous  expenence 5 enjoy working in cooperative setting. Please submit  resume with covering letter * references by Aug 5th to: B. Gem-  mefl.RRtl, Field Sile, Comp 43,  Sechell, BC. (885-3452)    Mtw  FUI, PT help, days and evenings.  Pizza Express. See Sue or  RcMe. M2w  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  M5-76II  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Construction, Carpentry Finishing,  Painting, Wallpaper, Drywall. Stefan Perry 886-3792.        MOcn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  painl, carpentry, drifting, tree  estimates, Relerences available. 886-3463 TFNs  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing 8 topping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  insured.We buy limber. 10% discount seniors. 884-S263(24hrs)  teriittet taw t\lar  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sherpmlng A Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades a Clulnsaws  Jamil Harrop  Ml Hwy 101 Oabtoni aVMOIir  36   Work Wanted  Reliable, experienced carpenter  available lor - Iroim footings to  Warning, to siding and decks. Call  883-2353. #32W  Expeiienced carpenter, 15 years  experience, lirm rates. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 885-9576.      *33cn  Trash removal and yard work.  Dependable, call Glen 886-4840  13 len  Hardworking 18 yr. old male,  requires work on bus route. Yard  work, child care, anything.  Andrew, 885 0999. ��3tcn  38. Business  Opportunities  For Sale/Lease new industnal  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays / IBOO  sq. It uppei storage space, ollice  rental potential. $24,000 pei year.  Barry 886-8204.      ss  LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR  is helping many persons lo earn  money working Iwo - tout hours a  day We can help you For appl  call 885-7144 or 886-9479. MOw  Marketing business seeks a lew  good people lot expansion. FT ot  PT, no experience necessary  685-4064. Mlw  BOB'S HAULING  Will move anything thai haunts  you Rob 885-4804 Mien  Caiponlry, renovations, additions  By hour or conliacl. Call 886-  3107. arisen  37  Child Care  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  lopping ��� limbing ��� Dangei Iree  Removal. Insured. Guaranleed  Work. Free eslimales 885-2109.  TFN  DRYWALL FINISHING FUNSHINE DAYCARE Daily lun  Fasl. tellable, piolessional, com- age appropriate activities lor your  plete diuwall seivice laige or 21/2-5 year old child. ECE certi-  small jobs. Rob Holler 886-3573. lied stall lie. Facilily. 886-3377.  M4w M4cn  Oualily care lot your child available al langdale Daycare. 886-  4926. I35W  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems' Garden out ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commercial 8  residenlial References available.  FRED 686-3526. TFN  Concrete - Specializing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  lloors, foundations, exposed  ���ggregjll I864095       TFNs  tOUKJKW  Free Eslimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coasl  for 14 years.  GOLDSMITH ARESTRINGER  Foi all your gold and silver  repairs, cuslom work t resiringing  call .lerry or Marg al 885-0992.  M3cn  'Baby Stuff foi cuslom hand  made nursery bedding and accessories. Call Susan 886-0245.  ��32w  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Cupels ��� Upholstery   <��.  PtiaViHIliI IHUC. MOUNIII    V  lOUiPMItJI /*  f  886-3823  a division or ken dcvriis  & SON KOOnCQVf KINGS  Childcare required lor 2 children,  ages 749,5 days per week. Tues-  Sal. 886-7268 or 886-9963.  M3cn  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available - 18 months lo school  age. Fun-lilted caring environment  with early childhood trained slall.  886-3913. MOcn  Sitter/Mothers helper needed.  Mon-Fri commencing alter sirike.  Children aged 4 4 9, preler my  home. Hwy 101 4 Henry Rd. 886-  4505. MOcn  15 yr old boy will babysil, 3 yrs  and up. Call David. 866-8223.  M2cn  Babysitter available, days or  evenings, preler ages 3 and up.  886-7375. Mien  Molhei ol one availabe to babysil  days oi evenings in bright, spacious lun loving home. Preler  ages 3 and up. 686-7375. Mien  Babysitter needed 3-4 days per  week. 9 hrs per day. Call Luinda  at 886-4573 between 8am and 8  pm. I30cn  Playmates Daycsre on Chaster  Rd. has spaces available. Fun,  caring, loving enviionmeni, Fiist  Aid and relerences, yvonne. 886-  4643. Mlw  RECYCLE:  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance, carports - Fencing ��� Sundecks ��� Additions etc. Boat maintenance a  Island service. For more into  please call 885-1981 or Pager  885-5111. M3cn  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded 4 relisble. 884-5324 or  886-2328. TFN  ANDERSON ROOFING  Shakes, shingles, durotds, torchon. Compare prices. Pal. 883-  1175. MOcn  PAINT I LOVE  'THE PAINTER"  SAM  886-2750  ���32CN  Tired of cleaning? Fasl, reliable,  lots ol experience. 886-2750.  Usha. M2cn  LAWN AND GARDEN  By Exper. European Gardener.  Complete garden care, yard  cleanup, weeding, pruning, trimming. Lawn. Mainl. Planting. Call  Jan. 886-0180. M2cn  Prolessional Painter. Exterior and  interior. 886-3411. M2cn  Randy's Plumbing Repaiis and  New installations. Refs. Call 883-  2867. MOcn  VISIONS PAINTING i REFIN-  ISHING. SERVICES, INTERIOR,  EXTERIOR.   COMMERCIAL,  RESIDENTIAL. ROB. 885-8930.  ���33W  Call Sue loi your compiele house-  cleaning needs. 885-4185.    M2  IN HOME CATERING  Relax. Enjoy your guests. A la  carte service. BBQ specialties,  sealood delights. For that personal touch. Phone 886-3435. #32w  36   Work Wanted  Carpentry, renovalions, additions,  by hour or contract. Call 886-  3107. MOcn  COOL RUNNINGS  Lighl hauling, rubbish removal,  yard mainlenance, rotolilling, odd  jobs. 665-3917. TFNs  Responsible woman will babysil  or tutor in French (all ages)  Teachers degree. Chris. 885-  9750. Mtw  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavaling - Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  816-6538  TFN  X  )  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRiT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  ���   ���   ���   ���  ���  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  'BOB'S PAINTING'  20 yrs experience, quality workmanship and materials. Satisfac- |  lion guaranteed. 885-4804.M8cn  Experienced painter, gardening |  and odd job. Call Steve 685-3276.  ���29W  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basment cleanups. Norm.  886-9503. MOW  Experienced carpenter 15 years '  experience, firm rates. Free estimales, no job too small or too  large. Bruce. 885-9576.    MOcn  Rubbish lemoval, yard cleanup,  light moves, odd jobs. 885-9694.  Mtcn ,  We've Got The  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  ��� -^^Uj^^^  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  ���9m9mmamm  H-. i   *- ;.- ���  mmmmm Coast News, July 27, 1992  19  ephemera  We're more than just tires!  spca news  Ont- look ul Ihis fat and you know Ihis 111' friendly fluffy cat is a  pin11Icil. uflectionulc companion for anyone willing lo give a  little love in return. There are many dons and cats waiting for  adoption, mi why not call the SPCA today at 885-4771 and nnd a  furry friend for your home.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, July 28,1992 7:00pm  Beekeeping #2.. Spring Management  8:00pm  The Gibsons Ambassador fashion Show  Full coverage.  9:15 pm  "I Am A Camera" #4 Commercial Photography  Wednesday, July 29, 1992 7:00pm  "1 Am A Camera" #3 The Ballet.  Ken Bell photographs the National Ballet.  7:30pm  Halfmoon Bay Days Highlights  8:00pm  The Sunshine Coast Music Festival Honors Performance.  Thursday, July 30,1992 6:00pm  Arts Update  ���:30pm  "I Am A Camera" #4 "Africa"  Ken Bell's work photographing Cardinal I .eger in Africa.  7:00pm  (iibsons Sea Cavalcade 1992  This year's Sea Cavalcade special starts wilh full coverage of the  Ambassador Pageant and continues on with the opening ceremonies,  parade and highlights of many other events.  This Community Television  Cf)| TU ('() \CT CADf)  Schedule Courtesy of JUL ui v-uij i i \ji\u  VACATION SPECIALS  Clip & Present this ad for  10��o off alignments I balancing  l 6% off Tire Purchases'.���  f  ('on tires aold by Coastal Tina)  OFFER GOOD UNTIL JULY 31/92  %  FREE BRAKE INSPECTIONS  ! ^0  I 886-2700  I   Coastal Tires  wm.Mm.wm.M9LaWt��%kAmtL  ���laVlaV   yapmmf   %f ft *************** If If 'tH***    i.U.'W  lty>i!W-��ii,lli,li|'l,'-a-ll l.l ll.. ^7^TT*'"^T*T   lli-l y,u mi tin-M|..|.lll���,U.  "1  Strait  marathon  drawing  American  interest  The third annual Save the  Strait Marathon is off lo a  swimming start - and if the first  registrations are any indication,  this year's event will be a truly  international affair.  On August 22 an estimated  300 to 400 water enthusiasts  will swim, paddle, row or sail  29 km across Georgia Strait lo  raise funds for the Save Georgia Strait Alliance (SGSA) and  other non-profit groups.  The first registrants are all  from the US. Kathy Fletcher,  executive director of the Seattle-based People for Pttget  Sound, will lead a 10-member  "International Swim Relay"  again this year while skippering her team's escort boat, the  34-foot sloop, "Sarah". Bria  Kriskov of Woodinville,  Wash., has also signed up for  the new swim team.  Other Seattle entries include several people from the  Bullitt Foundation, which  works to protect and restore the  environment of the Pacific  Northwest and which earlier  ihis year gran-      ted     SGSA  $75,000 to  help in ils  campaign to  clean up  Georgia  Strait. Trustee  Harriet Bullitt  will provide  her 54-foot  tugboat  "Owl" as an      escort boal in  the marathon,  and director, Emory Bundy,  will paddle a double kayak  along wilh Noel Ansell.  Marathon participants will  be gathering pledges for their  crossing, which will go  towards the work of SGSA and  other sponsoring non-profit  groups. This year's marathon  theme is "Protect Our Estuaries", and SGSA will be granting 10 per cent of its portion of  the money raised to societies  working to protect estuaries  around the region.  To register for Ihe Marathon  or to make a pledge, call 1-  800-66-KAYAK (toll-free). In  Nanaimo, registration materials  can be obtained at the SGSA  office at 195 Commercial  Street, or phone 753-3459.  Escort boats are especially  needed (with reliable motor  and VHF radio) to help ensure  the safety of participants.  This  year's  marathon  theme Is  "Protect  Our  Estuaries'  C&itst  .HEWS  is a member of  Canadian Community  N��5wspaper Association  No matter who adds it up...  The figures speak for themselves.  When you or your neighbours have something to sell,  you choose the Coast News...  2 to 1 above the Press  4 to 1 above the Leader  We help you market the car you need to sell.  We find a home for the pet you need to place.  We help you rent that vacant apartment.  We introduce you to a vast market of buyers who want  the goods and services you have to offer.  We're here for you.  We serve the most on the Coast!  To place your classified ad, call us...  COAST^NEWS  COAST NEWS  HWEERENDERH  886-2622   or 885-3930 JO  Coast News, Inly 27, 1*)*)J  'Goodtimes* offers  on-site treatment  from puge 1  Her partner at camp. Mary  IVniala. agreed, "lots of people say 'Oh those poor kids' but  here they're just kids"  II it sounds idyllic, that's  because it almost is Even from  the childien with  bald Ileitis and sal  lowed complex  ions, laughter em  ���nates. They all  know why ihey Ul  at this camp but  dial's noi stopping  ihem front enjov  ing life  "When   I   hist  came to camp. I  was ticket then I  had m> hah Mm no  line caret, no one.  "Id Senna Petet  othei people who h.ni been  through the same thing! I had  w.is wonderful. Everything  makes you feel good. 1 ti'incni  her thinking '11 I can feel llns  good, I can heal il I can do It'."  Returning for het third year,  this time as a counsellor in  training. Peterson says she feell  V  f��  Sonvu Hiitlii winIh  s.tnl Ih yeai  son "Seeing  she can play a role model for the  other kids.  "I'\e beat it and Ihey can do  il loo," she said  In fact, the 'goodtime' phi  losophy behind (amp Good-  times has been so successful,  they boast an over  SO per cenl icliiin  rate amongst the  campers. Ihe teg  iil.it iwo week tun  of the camp has  been 8XMMM this  ye.u lo ihree in  ouk'i to .uiultimo  dale the glowing  iiihiiIh'i oi children  wanting to attend.  As the camp  oilers a lull tinge  ol chemoiheiapy and olhei nee  I'ss.ny treatments, only those  whose very Uvea are at lisk by  being away liom the hospital are  discouraged from attending,  "We've had some kids here  who are pretty sick when they  liisi come." said piogiam director Sonya Hutlerworlh, "bul  they always go home wiih a  smile and a skip in thru step."  Niimmy helps Tom (foreground) pul Ihe finishing touches on  t'liit contribution to tht Camp (.midtimes group mural. A new  ritual Is created each year to mark another summer at the  camp. Tom and brother Mmlvn (not shown) are in their  seventh year attending Camp (���oodtimes.      Joel Johnstone photo  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl <S Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Path Coverings  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Whart St., Sechelt                Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME   Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  ROOMS  $i.r\cQQ  ���': rlrv  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  105  836-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  wget QMe &Qts  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping, & Mailing  Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  886-9087       Carol Bishop  Timber cut policy in sensitive areas questioned  by June Seyd  Are contentious areas of forest such as eutblocks on the  Tetrahedron included In a recent  reduction lo the Sunshine Coast  timber cut?  Following an announcement  front BC's chief forester, lhat  question was weighing on the  minds of Local Resource Use  Plan (LRUP) members al their  meeting last Tuesday.  So far. the official answer  from the Ministry of Forests has  been yes, no, and maybe.  The Tetrahedron has not been  firmly established as one of the  areas set aside for recreational  and environmenlal reasons, said  Harry Miller of the Sechell  forestry office. But he added the  recent cutback does provide the  Forest Service with "flexibility  to accommodate" such decisions.  In Victoria. Darrell F.rrico,  manager of timber supply planning, explained the temporary  moratorium on logging in Ihe  Tetrahedron was also likely  taken into account on a short-  term basis: "It's recognized that  LRUl* members seek answers on status  of Tetrahedron plateau  what's happening in these areas  is already affecting available  timber."  The issue stemmed from  comments in a ministry publication listing potential decisions  from LRUP processes as a reason for the limber cutback.  Spokesmen from the forest  Industry have said taking disputed volumes of timber out of Ihe  allowable cul in advance of  I.Rl.'P decisions represents bad  faith on the part of the F'oresl  Service.  Meanwhile, members of  environmental and recreational  groups say including Ihe I.RUP  as a "significant factor" while  downplaying the role of past  overcutting is misleading.  Another issue of local concern has been why no plans for  more intensive silviculture programs on the Coasl have been  mentioned as a possibility for  providing jobs to forest workers  affected by Ihe cutback.  Officially, there has been no  clear response from the ministry  on that issue either. Bul informally, officials say it's probably  a question of funding. Said Brrl-  co, "Programs like that cost  money."  Answers like that haven't  been good enough for everyone,  though.  Said LRUP member Barry  Janyck: "The Ministry of  Forests carries a certain amount  of blame for this economic  roller coaster on the Sunshine  Coast.  "If this was to happen in a  private business, the manager  who screwed up to this extent  would be oul of a job," he said,  "...and should carry a certain  amount of shame."  A technical "rationale report"  on the chief forester's decision  is expected out within the ministry in the next two months,  with a detailed analysis of reasons for ihe cutback.  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