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Array Coast News, August 2, 1993  Duty-  Residential, Interior Design  By appointment  885-6119  (lNT���RFOR)  International Forest Products Limited  Proposed Five Year Development Plan  Forest Licence A19220  Narrows Inlet Operation  Jackson Operation  Helilog (Helicopter Logging) Operations  International Forest Products Limited (Interfor) invites you to a  public viewing of Ihe proposed Five Year Development Plan for the  Narrows Inlet, Jackson, and Helilog Operations of Forest Licence  A19220.  A Five Year Development Plan consists of maps which Indicate  proposed cut block boundaries and road locations, as well as  information on other resource values thai may be affected by the  harvest. The Development Plan is reviewed by relevant resource  agencies and the public before approval is considered by Ihe B.C.  Ministry of Forests. If approved, the plan forms the basis for  Cutting Permit Applications that provide the authority to  commence harvesting.  The Development Plan will be available for viewing at the  following locations and times:  Interfor - Narrows Inlet Camp  August 12,1993  8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Interfor-Jackson Office  7425 Sechelt Inlet Drive, Sechelt  August 10 and 11,1993  2:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ���   Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt  August 13,1993 August 14,1993  5:00 p.m. * 9:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-5 p.m.  A representative of Interfor will be available to discuss this plan  with you. Your comments on this plan are welcome, and should be  submitted in writing, by September 15,1993 to:  Rick Brouwer, R.P.F.  International Forest Products Limited  RR#1, Tillicum Bay Site, C-17  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  YOUU MAKE  MONEY WITH  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ti ^iip on le.ult'., can b<  (OAS!   NEWS    [heic  Put that kind of power to work for you! Call us at  886-2622 or 885-3930  We accept (u^-ji or �� ������*' _ for your convenience  Department of Forestry  researcher Brian D'Ar-jou  defends the need for the  proposed Mt Elphinstone  sllvicultural project at a  press conference Tuesday at  the forest district field office  in Wilson Creek. The forest  service Is listening to public  concerns, he says,  alternatives to clearcuts are  being sought through  studies such as this.  Local concerns stall Interfor burn plan  by Derek McNaughton  An International Forest Products application to bum wood waste has been sent back  to the logging company to answer concerns  of both residents and local government officials, said a spokesperson from the Ministry  of Environment this week.  Earlier this summer, residents living near  the timber company's dryland sort in Gray  Creek were angered over the application  which sought lo continue burning slumps  and other logging debris.  "The SCRD, the District of Sechelt and a  handful of residents called stating Iheir  objection," said Zoe Ramdin of the ministry.  "We take local governments and residents'  comments seriously." Inlerfor's burn application, she said, "is now in their laps," again.  The Tuwanek Ratepayers Association,  Ministry of Environment and Inlerfor, had  met in previous years lo discuss concerns  over smoke from the dry sort. Most residents  assumed Interfor would stop burning once  "We take local governments  and residents' comments  seriously'  -Zoe Ramdin  the original permit expired, said Linda  Williams, head of the ratepayers association,  which represents over 100 people.  "We were patient, and we thought in the  end the burning would be over." Interfor, she  said, "had two years to come up with an  alternate. I don't know if they misunderstood  that or whal."  Williams said she was pleased the application has been sent back, and applauded  Interfor's move to use an industrial wood  chipper.  Interfor district manager Mike Bell said  he expected the application lo come back and  said he asked for clarification of Ihe concerns  raised. Screening adjustments to the chipper  are still being made, he said, and there could  be a problem moving the chipped wood to  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper.  A blower system to reduce smoke was  installed on previous burns, he said, "but  rules change, regulations change, and we  have to change with them."  Interfor will use the chipper this week, he  added, "but if this doesn't work we'll have to  find an alternative."  'New directions' in health care may  jeopardize Sechelt substance abuse centre  Sechelt's Alcohol and Drug treatment centre says their funding is  at risk as health care on the Coast moves from the hospital bed to  something "closer to home."  Treating about 200 patients a year, the centre now operates with a  "skeletal staff," said director Charlotte Mallory. Under Health Minister Elizabeth Cull's New Directions plan, she said, the treatment centre will still exist, "but we don'l know what we'll look like."  The centre treats people who have experienced family violence,  sexual abuse, men who have problems wilh violence or people who  have trouble staying sober.  "There is some fear the ministry will cut back on residential beds  in the treatment centre," Mallory said. Alcoholism is more common  in rural areas like the Coast, she said, and if core funding was reduced  the problem could become worse.  "Some people just really can't seem to gel sober," she said, "and  they've got all this really terrible stuff going on in their lives, they  need a residential treatment centre."  The centre now receives $132,000 per year, up from $121,000 last  year.  Ministry spokespeople could not be reached Friday.  New SCACL management structure in place  from page 1  In addition, the ministry recommends health care planning  for the residents be a high priority. It also recommends a vocational and community-based day  program of activities.  The SCACL recently sold its  vocational achievement centre  in Gibsons with the stated intent  of putting the money from the  sale into residential housing.  Recently, the manager of the  Fairview group home put a policy in place which denied visitors  for the residents unless 48 hours  notice was given, a violation of  the licensing act which permits  residents to have visitors daily,  at any reasonable hour. Schmidtt  said the policy has been revised.  Concurrent with ministry  investigations, the ���������������  Fairview facility  was also reviewed this June  by a provincial  review     team,      which independently monitors services to  adults with mental handicaps.  Recommendations in that  review included a need for individual progams for the residents,  recording of all abusive incidents and immediate needs to  The investigation by  tbe Ombudsman's  office is ongoing  improve safety for residents.  The team also found serious  problems have existed between  staff and management of the  ��������������� community living association  and recommended a mediator to  resolve internal      conflicts.  National  CUPE representative Robin  Jones is currently involved on  behalf of the former staff in a  grievance against management  of the society which is going to  arbitration Aug. 17.  Schmidtt said mistakes have  been made in the past, commenting, "The board has not  been diligent enough in following policies and procedures  between staff, the ministry and  management," but added he is  optimistic a new management  structure to oversee the group  home will help improve conditions.  Schmidtt denied allegations  that staff who have initiated  complaints about the quality of  care at the facility have been the  victims of harassment by management.  The investigation by the  Ombudsman's office is ongoing.  GRAND OPENING SPECIALS  Friday, August 6 ��� Saturday, August 7  REFLECTBONS  BED ft BATH COLLECTIONS  20-25% off  Shower Curtains    Snowbird Down    Ficldcrest Towels  Laigest .selection Holloflll quilts In stock  on our coast in stock  by daniadown ���  quilts-*^ | New  Bathftfends  'or Children  Instant  _,,,^_,^____1J   Sea Life  teatofHici.  Cantelon 'optimistic' about committee  from page 1  Meanwhile, most jobs created through both Employment  Canada incentive programs and  agencies like Sunshine Coast  Communily Futures also tend to  be short-term and low-waged,  paying between $6 and $12 an  Railroads  5670 Cowrie Street Sechelt_  Bao/u v.uwne iireei, aeuieii  10:00 a.m - 6:00 p.m. 885-4893  rTankt���"  c Tanks ��� FimI Tan  Jamieson  .Automotive  Distributor for  Canwest Plastic Ltd.  Manufacturer of Plastic Tanks,  Seplic Tanks & Distribution Boxes  Water Tanks 10 Year Warranty  Pumps, Filters, Plumbing and  any water related produds  TflhMN|��tM77.SfM  PMM Id. A Hwy 101  <Hmom 116*7919  CORROSION ANDCHEMICA1 RESISTANT  RUGGH) IMPAa KESSTaWT KXYFIHYUIsE  OUJ5TAN0NG RESISTANCE AGAINST  DETEMCMAT10N FROM lAIHA VKUT UGHT  hour, compared to $18 to $22  made by IWA members.  The industrial adjustment  committee has requested a total  of $267,440 from government  over the next year and a half to  help turn this scenario around.  So far, projects planned by  the committee include a forest  industry specific survey to  gauge workers' education levels, alternative market skills,  and willingness to retrain for  other fields.  The committee is also hoping  to contract counselling services  for unemployed workers and  hire a co-ordinator who would  promote loggers' interests to  business and government.  So far, the group has got  behind a pilot silvicultural thin-  ssttk-�� It strslyht  ning program proposed by the  local IWA and forest companies  on the Coast, which would create six to eight temporary jobs  for the fall of this year.  Linda Olsen, chair of the  committee says she hopes to  hear by the end of August about  the funding application.  Meanwhile Murray Cantelon,  business manager of the local  IWA, says he's optimistic about  the ability of the committee to  help forest workers.  In the past, "nobody has set  aside funds to help forestry  workers directly," he says.  He says he will also be woiking to ensure any funding granted will be put to practical use.  "We're very concerned it not  become another bureaucracy."  A slip of the typist's fingers (Coast News Weekender July 29)  recently resulted in an erroneous description of poet Susan Musgrave  as "totally irresponsible". In fact, Musgrave is more accurately  described as "totally irrepressible."  Sins of omission: A July 29 editorial recently praised Claytons  Heritage Market for co-operative efforts with the recycling group  SCRAPS. We neglected to mention that Sunnycrest Mall's Supervalu  has also been a supporter of SCRAPS since the group's beginnings,  donating space for the Gibsons depot and half of the attendant's  wages in addition to money for a baler and can crusher.  - - - - -------.���__-_-.  Maa^ Coast News, August 2, 1993  news  Hack over Coast ferry service prompts response  by Jane Seyd  After Sunshine Coast commuters  made waves over summer ferry schedules, service has recently improved say  regular ferry goers.  Earlier this summer, a logistical problem of four ferries versus three berths  created an early-morning traffic jam at  Horseshoe Bay two days a week, as the  first Langdale boat in the morning was  left waiting for the extra Nanaimo ferry  to leave the dock.  That didn't sit well with local commuters trying to get to work, or with  Coast governments, which objected to  service for tourists - in the form of the  extra summer ferry - taking precedence  over service for year-round residents.  But more recently, BC Ferries has  shown a greater inclination to accommodate commuters, says Don Sherwood of  the local commuters association.  That has included letting the Langdale  ferry dock in one of the far berths to  unload - allowing commuters to be on  their way - before moving the ferry back  into its regular berth to load up with  trucks and cars destined for the Coast.  West Vancouver buses can still be  held for 10 minutes at the request of the  Horseshoe Bay terminal, says Sherwood.  If the ferry is any later, a third bus picks  up commuters at the expense of the feny  corporation.  Local politicians have said that situation still isn't ideal, because the travelling  public relies on published bus schedules.  Meanwhile, Sherwood says the commuters association still has other concerns with the ferry service they are  working on. One of these is the high cost  of commuting from the Sunshine Coast,  he says, adding that discount tickets for  the Langdale ferry save purchasers less  money per book on other runs.  Since West Vancouver began cracking  down on commuters who park in residential areas, parking has also continued to  be an issue.  BC Ferries has offered to dedicate  three spaces in their lot for commuters,  says Sherwood, bul without any discount,  it's probably going to be too expensive.  Commuters are now looking at  approaching other companies who may  have space available.  \   \  HI  fl  V  Mi  ll  *sLl  ���ML.' ii wm  w*   -  W~   ���****" *  1  turn Q  ***���mSm-___,  \  i  .. ��_wM  ���       %  m  *,.���������j-***  /���  ^'^rrgttr*'^  ^BW-T'''L. -slmmi     -~^  *^*  ' - ' ���-**mWr$0iQBQ_fL:   ��� :-Z,  ���*      ' .-^rjftrfl8llb��*H  r   .-- "..ia  ^Pa* JT ��  Work crews began excavation of the Cibsons swimming pool Tuesday. The prospect of having a pool once again has the swim club  hopeful. At present, several members train in North Vancouver and several senior swimmers have missed competition opportunities during the year-long shutdown. Joel Johnstone photo  Got a  news story?  Call the  COAST  NEWS!  ���  in Sechelt  885-3930  in Gibsons  886-2622  Service is Free  Prices are Good  Come in & see  BRIGHTEN THE MOOD1  Ump�� �� Shaalit * WallScaancw * track �� Celling I.i|*hn �� Fan. �� KtCTMed �� Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting Ay  885-9417 ��� 8609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  -W��tW*W4?,?*T,��*f*T,c? *��*���������?����������  Trial date set for Clayoquot protesters  by Darah Hansen  A trial date will be fixed next month for  11 Sunshine Coast residents arrested on civil  disobedience charges in the Clayoquot  Sound.  The protesters were arrested Monday,  July 26, by the Ucluelet special police division after refusing to step oul of Ihe way of  Madvlillan Bloedel logging trucks working,  in the Kennedy Lake logging division, .ow *,*,  The prolesters were in violation of a BC  supreme court injunction which prohibits  interference with MacBlo logging operations  in and around Clayoquot Sound.  Protesters want the NDP government to  reverse a decision made earlier Ihis year to  allow logging in Ihe old growth rainforest on  Vancouver Island.  j-aMi&ifriftL-'.SISifti'll De sel in Victoria  ., ^itprcm? Court August 12, The coast resi  dents will appear alongside 45 other  protesters from across Canada and abroad  arrested on the same charge.  First-time offenders face a maximum sentence of a $500 fine and/or six months in  jail. Provincial Crown Council has the  option of trying the individual in either civil  or criminal court.  To date, 140 prolesters have been arrested  in the Clayoquot Sound litis year'-    ,  PRENATAL!  CLASSES  taught by a  Licenced  Midwife  also offering  ��� home/hospital midivifery care  ��� breast self-exam clinic (free)  ��� women's heallh workshops  Call Denise Olson ��� 886-8847  ����������*f-W��VV������**W��*W��*f��<W  Sechelt band calls for testing around Chaudiere  by Derek McNaughton  The Sechelt Indian Band has  called for federal tests on clams,  oysters atid fish in waters  around a warship sunk as an  artificial reef last December.  A recent report by Environment Canada showed water  quality near thc Chaudiere was  similar to water in other parts of  Sechelt Inlet. And according to  the report fibre counts around  the ship were too small to be  identified.  But just because the water  has been determined okay does  not mean the creatures which  inhabit the site are safe, said  Band chief Garry Feschuk.  A lot of our  members go out  there and dig clams  and oysters  -(lum' Fescbuch  "Sure, there's growth on the  ship, but if the shellfish are polluted you can't eat them."  The Band, he said, is worried  about any long term effects  asbestos on the ship might have  on fish and other seafood. "They  [environment officials) can say  Ihe waler is environmentally  safe, bul what about the shell  fish?" Feschuk asked.  "Every time there's a good  tide, a lot of our members go out  there and dig clams and oysters," he said.  Dave Ellis, senior programmer for Environment Canada,  said an analysis of shellfish will  take place sometime this  August. He could describe the  scope of the tests in detail  because "this is breaking new  ground." Ellis said a study on  the fish had not been scheduled  before because "we wanled to  start with the water samples to  see if there was anything significant rather than do a special  range of items."  ZjGehett  ANIMAL   HOSPITAL  ., .  Dr. Wendy Royle and staff  welcome you  to the  Veterinary Clinic  5586 Wharf St., Sechelt  (Across from Gibsons Building Supply)  Please call  885-2309  for appointment.  Liberal leader Gordon Wilson helps snip  'undemocratic' environmental legislation  by Derek McNaughton  A provincial bill which could  eventually give the public and  local governments the power to  trigger an environmental review  of major projects has been sent  back for improvements once  again after strong criticism by  Sunshine Coast MLA Gordon  Wilson and environmental  groups.  The environment bill could  force an environmenlal review  on more than just land or water  concerns. Environmenlal,  social, cultural or heritage  effects of major projects could  also launch an assessment.  "The intention of Ihe bill was  great, but it simply put far too  much power in the hands of a  single civil servant," Wilson  said Thursday.  Environment Minister John  Cashore announced last week  that the bill, which has been in  the draft stages for over a year,  will now be further amended  because of ongoing criticism.  Even' though the New  Democrats claimed local governments would have some say,  the bill did not include their participation, said Wilson. "There  was nothing that said that. No  where was the public included,  no where was there a section  that said the public could have a  member on the board."  The public would have the  chance to write letters only  under Ihe bill, Wilson said,  adding representation is crucial.  The philosophy of the bill is  great, he said, and "if they had  used a thing like an environmental bill on the Clayoquot, or  on Bambcrton or several other  projects on the go, the decision  the government has taken would  be quite a bil different."  Environmental groups said  Ihe BC act had "gaping loopholes" and also called for  greater public involvement.  "Unlike the federal Act, Ihe  BC Act only applies to projects  involving construction of facilities, not 'activities'," said Pal  Moss, a member of the BC  Environmental Network. "This  means some of the most environmentally harmful activities  are exempt from the act - such  as logging, wetlands filling, pesticide spraying and transportation of dangerous goods."  Quality Farms'  Pet Extravaganza  Weekend  August 6,7, and 8  BURNING  NOTICE  No open burning in the Roberts Creek  Fire Protection District until further  notice.  Existing permits suspended.  Persons in violation of this notice may  be charged.  Denis Mulligan  Fire Chief  Lots of in-store specials!  Brine these coupons in for great savings and a chance  to win $10, $20 or $50 gift certificates for pet supplies  10% Off I  our already low pet food supplies |  I  I  I  J  ��� fl*xlAm6,7.8 only ��� !&���*** ttenwonfy  ��� -ak- iirnis nutat-nt  20% Off  all pet accessories  ���(t��xlAug.6.7.Raml)' ��� |n*irrlt*ira��ily  aSak'it-llaS.-Xttaallral  Nam-*,  I  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  ��M  HMM  yu_ib_m  ------ - -  --a--*--     -  _ *_**_-* -   ��� ; Coast News, August 2, 1993  opinion  Pseudo input no  substitute for the  real thing  Some curious things have been happening lately in the  name of public consultation.  Call it a new form of "pseudo-consultation": usually  hosted by a group with vested interests in a project,  which states it's here to listen the public, but which isn't  bound in any way to act on those suggestions.  Now, there's nothing wrong in getting the public  involved early on.  But there is more of a problem when this form of  "pseudo-consultation" is mistaken for the real thing.  It's happened a few times on the Coast in recent history-  Back last December, when debates about sinking the  Chaudiere were swirling, pseudo-consultation was in evidence at the only public meeting held on the topic, hosted  by the Artificial Reef Society.  More recently, it's made another appearance over  MacMillan Bloedel's development plans for a 312-acre  West Sechelt property.  To those inclined to take a cynical view of events,  pseudo-consultation is already a well-established art form  in the forest industry, so it doesn't come as a surprise  that MacBlo has also chosen to employ it in its latest  incarnation as real estate mogul  That's not necessarily surprising or alarming in itself.  In fact, many community residents at two recent open  houses on the plans have said they're pleased with the  chance to have their say.  What is more alarming is a sense among these same  members of the public that whatever the company  decides is inevitable, already approved and decided.  Regardless of who the proponents are, that's not a very  healthy feeling. Especially considering that if the development does go ahead, it will likely have major impacts  on both the existing and future community.  In a similar vein, many people at the open houses and  at other public discussions involving the West Sechelt  property seemed unsure about just what the development's official status might be.  The answer so far is it doesn't have one, because an  application for rezoning - necessary for any development  to go ahead - hasn't been received by the District.  But given the plethora of open nouses, media coverage, addresses to community plan committees, smd  MacMillan Bloedel spokespersons willing to talk at'  length about the propositi, confusion on Ihe part of local  residents is understandable.  It's probably wise, however, to judge this kind of pseudo-consultation with a healthy degree of skepticism.  Although we certainly wouldn't want to prejudge the  company's plans, there are probably those who would  suggest MacMillan Bloedel's record of public consultation on similar issues hasn't exactly been stellar.  As a private tree farm the land in question isn't worth a  great deal right now, considering its size. But once the  property gets a rezoning approval, the value of the property stands to jump sky high.  MacMillan Bloedel stands to make quite a bit of  money in that event, which is probably at least one reason the company isn't in the best position to be assessing  or speaking out the on "public interest" involved here.  Fortunately, there is still a difference between a company-sponsored open house and a legitimate public hearing.  Ease on down  road together  Re: Cyclists got no class!  July 19/93.  From the letter 1 would guess  that recently you and your 1,500  Ib exoskeleton had to slow  down for an exhaust-sucking  cyclist. And because you get  fines and penalty points for  doing wrong you feel you  should not have lo slow down.  Well that's too bad. The legislation which governs motor vehicles is the same legislation  which governs bicycles.  That legislation states "a  driver of a vehicle shall not  drive to the left side of the roadway in overtaking and passing  another vehicle unless he can do  so in safety" - safe for all concerned. The legislation does not  state that bicycles with fat or  skinny tires must be ridden on  .-tltf-gwved sttojilJersa-Htioes  suite mat a person operating a  cycle .shall..; ride as near as  practicable to the right side of  the roadway."  As for the roads, I believe  taxes pay for public road construction and maintenance not  insurance premiums. The hundreds of dollars we pay for  insurance goes to pay for the  "hurt' caused by motor vehicles.  How much hurt? In 1992 ICBC  paid out $1.8 billion in claims  (that's enough for 3.6 million  $500 bicycles). But does the  $1.8 billion truly compensate  the 48,000 people injured and  the 470 people killed in motor  vehicle accidents during 1992 -  I'll leave that with you.  As for the white line marking  the shoulder, I find little magic  there. Hie magic is what the 1/2  horsepower human engine can  do with food, water and air.  I will be adding a rearview  mirror to my recently acquired  commuter beater. In the future  maybe I will see, in that mirror,  you safely passing me and then  you will see me in your  rearview mirror, pedalling safely and breathing hard. Ease on  down the road, Lea.  MARKHILTZ  Gibsons  Hope exists on  breast cancer issue  Your front page article two  weeks ago on breast cancer  stimulated a range of thoughts,  questions and emotions, which  typify the complexity of the  issues around breast cancer.  Initially, a feeling of help-  . lessness predominated, caused  by a quote from a BC Cancer  i Agetfiy'iV-presentatWe? "Yotf  IcariT prevent it, you "cah't  {change your genetic background." Only half of that statement is absolutely true.  Obviously we can't change  what is written in our chromosomes, but research is beginning  to intimate that perhaps we can  prevent breast cancer. Diet is  considered a factor. Countries in  which daily products are rarely  used (ie Japan) have very low  rates of breast cancer, whereas  Holland, known as a dairy-loving country, has fairly high  rates. Interestingly, Japanese  women who adopt the western  diet quickly attain breast cancer  rates as high as their Caucasian  sisters.  But maybe it's not the dairy  factor, maybe it's the meat consumption. We don't know.  Breastfeeding appears to provide some protection against  breast cancer as well. Research  indicates this may be due to the  hormones produced while lac-  tating. The longer a woman  breastfeeds, the greater her protection. So, while there may be a  genetic tendency to be susceptible lifestyle decisions can be  made to influence the reality of  developing breast cancer.  One very important point  totally missing from your article  is "what happens when a  woman develops breast cancer?" Many people are not  aware of the differing outcomes  possible. Death is not always the  only outcome, although cancer  t_Wm\Mmmm.m.   . ��� Ml im ��� ��� *��  mwTS HrUfCVfllO  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:  Hw Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  is a word loaded with that possibility.  There are many types of  breast cancer, but the vast  majority are very slow growing  and may take 20 years or more  to develop irom one or two cells  to the life-threatening lump we  are warned about.  I have been teaching medical  students the clinical skill of  breast examination for over 10  years and have worked with  many doctors associated with  the Department of Surgery at  VGH and UBC Medical School.  The single most important factor  1 hear them say related to  whether a woman who develops  breast cancer dies from it, is  how early the cancer is detected.  This is where I take issue  with your article. It did leave  women with a feeling of helplessness and hopelessness. You  presented the problem but  offered no solutions. , ,  I hope the quotes from  McBride were somewhat out of  context and not truly reflective  of an attitude. Also in giving  you the benefit of the doubt, I  concede lhat perhaps you're not  aware that early detection of  breast cancer can influence the  outcome. Women can practice  breast self-exam and may detect  the disease early while it is  treatable.  There is power in knowledge  and action. Decreasing dairy or  meat consumption, breastfeeding their babies and practicing  breast self-exam may give a  woman the edge on defeating a  genetic potential for dying from  breast cancer.  I invite women to call me if  they would like to leam more.  DENISE OLSON  Gibaona  Learning some false lessons from recent US history  There is an old, wise, sad saying that those who  do not leam the lessons of history are doomed to  repeat its mistakes.  It has the weight of tragedy and, one would  think, is curse enough in these uncertain times.  But it would appear that there is another bane  we mutt endure, another misuse of the signposts of  history which can send us wandering down paths  of tragedy which might otherwise be avoided. If  we draw the wrong conclusions from the lessons of  history it may be as bad as though we acted without any knowledge of history whatsoever.  One it moved to these bleak assessments by  recent events in tbe tortured wastes of Somalia,  where for years now the harshness of the land and  the criminal brutality and stupidity of those who  seek to control it have made the country one of the  primary crucibles of human suffering in a world  that hu no lack of such.  On what a wave of self-congratulation and spurious virtue did the .Americans launch their humanitarian invasion of the country in the name of tbe  United Nations just a few short months ago. The  all powerful force* of lhe civilised world went to  the rescue of the starving millions and were welcomed as redeemers and saviours.  It seemed to give the flesh of reality to former  President Bush's assertion after the Gulf War that  musings  John burnside  we stood on the verge of a new World Order. Freed  of the shackles of the Cold War by the collapse of  communism, freed of a sense of paralysis at the  United Nations engendered by the veto-laden futility that the Cold War brought to the world body,  we were going to be ushered into a brave new  world where tyrants would be slapped down and  the needy succoured.  Tbe occasional cynic might suggest that the  dramatic humanitarian initiative in East Africa,  coming after years of no response to the plight of  the Somalis, coincided too closely with the needs  of a desperate President in the process of losing his  office, tbe needs of George Bush to leave office  not with a whimper but with a bang.  But we know what pestilential fellows these  cynics are.  By the time this article sees print the Ameri  cans, or the United Nations if you prefer, may have  succeeded in capturing or killing Somali warlord  General Adeed. But how they have changed the  perception of their activities in the process.  How has the great mercy mission lost its way?  By mid-July the Somalis the United Nations went  to save had been transformed by the actions of the  United Nations, or United Suites if you prefer, into  a murderous stone throwing mob which killed two  journalists in a fury of revenge and resentment  against those who bad come originally to protect  and preserve them. What went wrong?  I would argue lhat the Americans have learned  the wrong lessons from their recent history. It  seems certain that we will be treated to more of the  high technology bombing that seems to have  become a specialty of the world's last remaining  superpower as this blood-stained century straggles  to its close.  I might digress to wonder why the Americans  did not at tint confiscate the weapons of such warlords as General Adeed. They went to stop the  fighting but had no mandate to disarm, we were  told. Why not? What better way to stop slaughter  than to take away lhe killing weapons?  In those heady days in January they bad the  support of the people and their gung-ho arrival had  the warlords cowed, for a while.  It was an opportunity missed. Today, such as  General Adeed grow in popularity with their military power still very much a factor. The task of  bringing peace and stability to Somalia so that it's  people can provide for themselves seems little  advanced.  The bombing which incited the Somalis to  mob violence against Westerners represents the  conventional wisdom guiding American foreign  policy <oday.  After their overwhelmingly popular if partial  success in the Gulf War, so-called 'smart bombs'  have become the answer to every failing American  politicians prayer. They allow the illusion of invincibility which the American voter loves without the  politically unacceptable threat to American live*.  Since tbe Gulf War we have seen it in Iraq on  many occasions; earlier this Spring it seemed that  President Clinton was itching to unleash his  bombers against the Serbs to prove his fitness for  leadership.  This false lesson was learned during the long  debacle of Vietnam. There was a lesson to be  learned there, a painful lesson, a difficult lesson.  What the lesson might have been; what the  false lesson is and the implications and echoes  within it which do not bode well in the long run,  we might take a look at next week.  lOAST^NEWS  1 yoar ��� $35 ��� $2.45CST-$3*45  6 month ��� S20 ��� SI .40 CST - $21.40  I yea, ��� $40 (No GST|  tos. 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The Aussies were here on the  Join Air Training Plan in WWII  which kept them all pretty well  strung out over the prairies.  I got connected up with a  bunch of them at a point in  Dafoe, Saskatchewan, the salt  flats, where they had a bombing  and gunnery school, thinking  there would be no one around  we might accidentally kill.  We killed a dog on the main  street of Dafoe, with a miss-  dropped bomb.  I was the only non-Australian  on this course and the extraordinary thing was that we were  invited, or challenged rather, to  a game of cricket out there on  the bald northern prairie by a  club from Wyniard,  Saskatchewan.  We had to pick up this gauntlet of course (I hadn't played  cricket since I was 12).  The pitch was a mat out on  the old dusty there, but the  gamesmen were true cricketers  who were somehow farming up  there.  Their wives and sisters and  cousins and aunts provided a  great banquet out there on just  about the baldest prairies ever,  which I remember to this day.  Somehow I kept getting  tagged on to Aussie groups.  A little later when it was a  matter of flying the Atlantic I  went out of my way to crew  with an Australian pilot, as navigator.  We were to fly an oddish  aircraft called the Ventura.  The word from where we  were taking our extra training to  cross the Atlantic, was that you  could pinpoint your way from  Montreal, where we were, to  Gander where we were going to  take off, by going from one  crashed Ventura to the next.  At the time Twigg, which  was his name and I spent quite a  lot of time figuring out exactly  how we were going to get this  Ventura contraption across to  the other side.  We figured we knew and  then, at the last moment almost,  the Australian High Commissioner in Ottawa recognized that  Twiggy was going to be the first  Australian N ATP pilot to fly the  Atlantic and he bustled up and  insisted that it be an all-Australian crew.  This could easily have been  Taxpayers not  served by write off  I am writing concerning the  headline "Gibsons swallows  Gospel Rock legal bill".  The story says that a developer has owed more than $1,400  for engineering services rendered in 1990.  Why does the Town of Gibsons' not get after people sooner  for monies owing?  I find it very distasteful that  people are allowed to not pay  their bills.  It is time that individuals  were held accountable for their  actions.. " ,..v....,  |f'wfc did this, our country  wouldn't be in the state it is in  now - with regards to debt!  I must say that the fact that  the Town of Gibsons doesn't  have all the information on file  is a little frightening.  Surely if their annual provision for bad debt was $500, one  would assume that $1,400 debt  would be carefully recorded.  Such practices are very disappointing to me as a taxpayer.  If word of this gets out, what's  to stop other people from dropping their responsibilities off on  the Town of Gibsons and ultimately us, the taxpayers.  JANICE EDMONDS  Gibson*  Pets victimized  by speeders  Last Sunday morning, July  25, yet another animal was the  victim of a speeding motorist on  Pratt Road.  Out loving cat Murphy was  killed in front of our home.  She didn't stand a chance..  Pratt Road has turned into a  speedway.  It has to be stopped!  I am heartbroken listening to  the neighbour's children  describe with bright-eyed enthusiasm about their new pet, only  to hear shortly after how it was  killed by a car.  Usually by a motorist who  doesn't even have the decency  to stop and help.  Who are you people?  As a result of this, I would  like to attempt to restore Pratt  Road to its original attraction for  me - a rural road where children  could ride their bikes, people  could walk their dogs and horse  riders could enjoy a leisurely  stroll.  Maybe even cats could cross  the road unharmed.  If you are interested in participating in a Pratt Road sign-  making party and would be willing to display one in your driveway, contact Karen or Graham  at 886-9786.  Let's get together and make  this a safer community for all of  us.  Maybe Murphy's death  won't have been totally in vain.  KAREN &  GRAHAM WEBB  Gibsons  Dog shooting  justified in Pender  RE; Trigger Happy  Deer do not stand still for a  dog to snap at their ankles.  They run terrified to the  point of exhaustion, where then  the dog or dogs can continue to  tear apart their hindquarters  while the deer is still conscious.  Dogs don't kill quickly.  The suffering of the deer is  the most disgusting event I have  ever witnessed.  Any dog (dogs) packing  together or chasing deer is better  off dead, because of (he damage  they can do.  A few months ago, my partner and I witnessed five dogs  travelling on Garden Bay Road,  two of which had blood-stained  mouths.  My first impression was  "someone should shoot those  animals, they mean nothing but  trouble."  People have to control their  dogs, chain them if necessary to  protect wildlife from these  vicious attacks.  If Mr. Lefroy witnessed this  dog chasing a deer, then I have  to agree, he was justified to  shoot it.  I would do the same.  C. CLARK  Garden Bay  Clayoquot decision  a responsible one  Enough is enough!  The NDP Government has  made a difficult decision on the  land-use issue in the Clayoquot  Sound.  It means the loss of 400  direct jobs, with the indirect  impact of a further loss of 600  jobs.  Is that not enough for the  small communities of Port  Alberni, Tofino and Ucluelet?  It appears that some people  do not believe that massive  unemployment has a direct and  terrible impact on people, their  communities and the economy  of the province.  The Clayoquot decision,  although a decision that hurts  the membership of IW A-Canada  and numerous communities, was  a compromise that was even  more restricted than that agreed  to by 10 of the thirteen groups  that were represented on the  Clayoquot Sound Sustainable  Development Committee, which  comprised IWA members, aboriginal and non-aboriginal com:  munily leaders environmentalists and government representatives.  And still, this is not enough  for some people.  The Clayoquot decision  places 17 per cent of the Sound  under special management.  It limits logging to 1,000  hectares annually, spread over  80 to 120 years, which is less  than half of one per cent of the  total land area.  It ends large scale clear cutting and protects forever, more  than half of the old growth in  the Sound's untouched watersheds.  Well, I think that is enough  and I think it is time for fair-  minded people to write letters to  the Premier and tell him that the  government has made a balanced decision, and that decision must sland as it is.  Please write now.  The address is: Honourable  Mike Harcourt, Premier, Room  156 - W. Annex, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C. V8V  1X4.  DARREL WONG,  president  IWA-Canada, Local 1-71  OWN DAILY  10-4PM  PBlW,Mt?ldlmkxkn  Gills & souvenirs handcrafted on the premise,.  You and your summer visitors are welcome in our shop.  REASONABLE PRICES-CALL 885-9694 OR 885*7336  J  COSTA RICA  Winter/ Spring  Start booking now  Dips ci flights fl*OIH  "tnar__^  MS EXW CONDITIONS ^l-____K<9^0*  816*2322 ��� 886*3311 *-*-��*v***     ��-%   ^  MUM WHOM! MIWCAl ONTO  In a nutshell  stuart nutter  the last of my experiences with  the Aussies, but one way and  another I got crewed with  Charles MacDonald. Charles  had been the first man to fly tbe  mail from Australia to New  Zealand, and that is a long way  there. He did it solo, using a  marine sextant, and there is no  question that this was a considerable feat.  Charles was a good bit older  than me and I was about a 21-  year-old pilot officer (nav.) He  got $1000 a trip for flying the  Atlantic and I got definitely less  than $5 a day.  He lived in the LaSalle Hotel  and I lived in the Dominion  Square with my wife in a room  where you could get electric  shocks from turning on the  water.  Charles bad a suite and a living room and a big round table  an we would get asked over  there and be would be wondering if maybe I could navigate  across the sea; and we would  have all the charts and almanacs  a couple of sextants and would  lie out the windows of the  LaSalle and take shots on stars  as they appeared and as we recognized diem.  We'd take them back and  work them out with all the paraphernalia and see how close we  came to where we were.  Anne would pour the drinks.  This could be the most nearly  perfect navigational situation in  the world, not counting the fact  that today you can buy a  machine for $500 which will tell  you at the press of a button your  latitude and longitude wherever  you are in the world.  There are people, friends of  ours, walking or driving, or  chugging around these shores  who take this as a clear advantage over the past.  I miss the navigation.  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In this  business, reputation is crucial, and  refeiTads liom past customers are  essential for a Realtor to remain in  business! This provides the  strongest incentive for Reakots to  get their customets moved into  homes they love at a price they cm  is pleased to announce  Dr. Ed Berinstein &  Dr. Karen Forgie  are returning to join the  Medical Staff Sept. 1st.  For professional advice on all  aspects of buying or selljng real  estate, talk to Jon McRae'at NRS  Gibsons Realty at 886*2277  (office) or 886*3999 (home).  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  September 11-12,1993  ^Bitoofe & J^iHa  ANNUAL  S%T Tm%J"l'l'l"i ��3 A TT TPI  sikkens  [MookA  PAINTS  All Exterior Stains  - latex & oil  only $25.96 gal  All other  Benjamin Moore  Paint Products  interior & exterior  20% off  L LEVOLOR  15% off  I * Monaco Horizontal Hinds  30% off  Qikoofes & JiMifeik  9#oo/i Codings S��td  5707 Cowrie St, Sechelt  885-2923  HOURS: MON. ��� SAT. 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM  MMfeM  liiiii  '    ��� ���' * - * **��**��������. J-tJC-lUJfet Coast News, August 2, 1993  feature  Protesters log time, Mac Bio says solution is clearcut  from page 1  This day represents the  third week of organized protest in the  Clayoquot Sound since the NDP  government's decision to allow  logging at a rate of 1000  hectares per year in approximately two-thirds of one of the  world's last remaining old  growth rainforests.  Community attempts at an  equitable solution failed after  four years of discussion.  Environmentalists, including  those on the Sunshine Coast,  have criticized the government's  decision, saying it preserves  only a small area and threatens  ecological integrity while the  forest industry has praised it as a  reasonable compromise.  Just how much of the Clayoquot will eventually be logged  is also a matter of debate  between the two sides. Environmentalists suite at least three  quarters of old growth forest  will eventually come down,  while forest companies say  logging can only realistically  take place on about one third of  the available land base.  Whichever side of the debate  is being argued, Clayoquot  Sound has become a flashpoint  this summer.  In Toftno, a tourism and  fishing-based community  of 1000, which lies closest  to inlets fronting Clayoquot,  opinions are mixed, but generally supportive of the protests. In  local hangouts like the  Wholeloaf Bakery and the  Alleyway Cafe, pictures of  protesters and critical articles  from European magazines are  tacked up on bulletin boards.  Down by the government  dock, tourists still wander, the  vista of Meares Island in the  background, discussing plans to  visit Long Beach. This time of  year is busy season for most  businesses here.  It's this tourist market that is  most at risk from the Clayoquot  decision says Greg Jarvis, a  local restaurant and hotel owner  for the past 14 years.  He says he's angry the short-  teim future of logging is being  put ahead of long-term interests  of the town.  In terms of Tofino's history,  Jarvis says, it never really was a  big logging town. He estimates  65 per cent of business is  derived from tourism. "If not  more," he adds.  Jarvis remembers when  MacBlo pulled its business from  the town in the early 1980s after  an injunction granted to local  Native bands halted logging  operations on Meares Island.  "MacMillan Bloedel was  going to teach this little town a  lesson. They thought we'd roll  over and die," he said.  Instead, Tofino sought to  make tourism its mainstay.  Today, Jarvis says, "We have  thousands of tourists commenting about what a gorgeous town  we have. They say 'make sure  you fight to keep this'...They see  the difference between Toftno  and Dcluelet."  Indeed Ucluelet though only  a half-hour's drive from Tofino  is like a different world. It is, by  and large, a logging town proud  of its history.  Gone are the posters and  petitions to save the forests. In  their place, yellow ribbons are  tied to car antennae, fence posts,  taped to doors and hung on  branches in solidarity with the  loggers.  Clearcuts are visible from the  main road into town, along with  signs indicating charters for "big  fish adventures," Ukee days and  loggers' sports. In Smileys, a  combination coffee shop and  bowling alley, a roll of yellow  ribbon sits under the microwave  behind the counter.  Dianne St Jacques, owner of  the restaurant, is a supporter of  the loggers SHARE group in  town and vice-president of the  local chamber of commerce.  Ever since the government  decision, the town has been  steeling itself for the protests,  she says. "We knew it was coming."  Still, she says, the decision  was made: "If (it) came down  against the loggers we wouldn't  be out there cutting down trees  anyway."  Ucluelet has already been  hard hit with changes in the  forest industry, says St Jacques.  "There's a lot of people out of  work."  Now loggers in the town are  being unfairly picked on by  people who don't know all the  issues, she comments.  "Half the people out there are  from Toronto... They're here in  our back yard telling us whal to  do." And unlike some protesters  would have people think, "We  don't believe in clear cutting  every tree out there."  If prolesters really want to  make a difference, says St.  Jacques, they should be out  trying to change society's use of  wood and paper products.  Meanwhile, she says, "Let us  try il. If in five years things are  no better, we'll be the first ones  out on the blockades."  The Peace Camp is a  relatively new phenomenon to the area,  set up early in July to house the  influx of transient protesters.  Driving south-west across the  Island from Nanaimo, the site of  the camp is unmistakable - a sea  of tents, vans and cars In the  midst of a massive slash and  burn clearcut site known as tbe  Black Hole.  The population of the camp  changes daily anywhere from SO  to 200, protesters say.  Jack boots, chiffon clothing  and long hair appear the style de  rigeur among the mainly young  crowd. A discemable theme is  further evidenced by the multiplicity of bumper stickers and T-  shirt slogans sending environmental messages.  But asked why they choose to  stay at the camp, or about their  knowledge of the Clayoquot  situation, answers are as varied  as the number of people  involved.  Says one young man: "I'd  heard of the Clayoquot Sound,  of course I'd heard of it But I  was under the impression this  was the first place to be logged  on Vancouver Island."  Edward May of Toronto, saw  a need for more voices from the  outside: "Maybe a lot of people  who have been here for a long  time are used to the way things  are."  Robeits Creek resident  Nicole Hartley says it's all for  her 18-month-old son. "Everything about me right now is  geared towards his future."  There's no doubt the  Peace Camp is succeeding in its attempts  to draw attention to the Clayoquot plight  Tourists visiting from places  as distant as Germany and Australia stop often to take pictures,  pick up information available at  the camp's gate and discuss the  issue with the campers.  But opinions expressed aren't  always positive says protester  Shelley Codings: "We get  everything from 'Yeah, honk,  honk,' to 'hick you'."  At the same time, the arrests  of over 100 people for bleaching  the court injunction have attracted international media coverage.  The best-known case  involves the trial of three-time  injunction offender Sheila Simpson who was sentenced recently  to six months in jail plus an  additional $1,500 fine.  St Sgt. Loi Doyle in  Ucluelet heads up the special  arrest team of eight police officers drawn from RCMP detachments around the West Coast  At a cost of $3,000 per day,  these officers are here solely to  enforce the BC Supreme Court  order.  Once arrested, Doyle says  protesters are not treated as  criminals. No fingerprints are  taken, only photos for police  files.  "We're not dealing with  hardened criminals  here...They're veiy passive  people (for the most part)."  But, Doyle is quick to add.  the police aren't taking sides.  "We're very neutral about this  thing."  Back on the Kennedy  Lake logging road,  DebCelleher.her  sympathies marked by her yellow arm band, says she's been  out on the blockades every  morning and has heard most of  the protesters' arguments before.  Celleher worries the protests  aren't going to stop at the Clay-  oquot "They stop us here,  they'll stop us somewhere else?  she says. "They don't want to  share. They want it all."  It's frustrating, says Celleher.  "A lot of people worked hard to  get to this point. But we still  have to come out here and deal  with this every morning  Don Dowling, manager of the  Kennedy Lake logging division  for MacBlo, is also out on the  road today, standing over to the  side as the logging trucks go  through.  "It's kind of viewed as  harassment right now," he says.  Dowling says logging practices have improved since huge  clearcuts and road building  techniques in the past Meanwhile, close to 100 workers each  day depend on the Kennedy  Lake road being opea On average, they earn $50,000 annually,  says Dowling - considerably  more than wages paid in the  tourism industry. "There's a  whole economy dependent on  people working."  But to the local environmental group Friends of Clayoquot,  that's not the real argument.  Says director Valerie Langer,  "It's not an issue of business.  It's an issue of ecological  integrity."  Bonny Glambeck, a Tofino  resident and Friends of Clayoquot coordinator, defends the  blockades.  Over the past five years,  Glambeck says she's been  arrested twice for blockading  logging roads, spending one  week in a maximum security  jail. But she still believes the  group's decision to walk away  from the local committee  wrestling with the issue was the  right one.  "When we started they were  saying why don't you compromise," she says. "We've lost  three watersheds during the  four-year process."  Without a moratorium on  logging while discussions took  place, "the cards were stacked  against us," says Glambeck.  "There's no reason for them  to negotiate if they are allowed  to keep cutting like they always  do. I think the moratorium issue  is critical."  Hypothetical^, "if they could  prove to us scientifically they  could log here and still preserve  all the species that live here, I  could live with that," says  Glambeck. "But all the scientific  evidence is we've probably  already gone too far."  Top: A relatively new addition to the  Toflno-llcluelet area, the Peace Camp  calls a lot of attention to the protest.  Above: Protesters enjoy a meal and  coffee courtesy of the camp's communal kitchen.  **!*-''  ���W,  J  IB  ,        1  ��� ���  _^_t_M_W_j~i>* '  s,l  i*j��**V  \i__\ ������-*���" i  I    '������'V" ���'- aafl  K^t!  On the Road: Protesters, loggers and police clash  early In the morning at the Kennedy Lake road.  Twenty-one protesters are arrested, Including 11  from the Sunshine Coast.  Photos by Derek McNaughton and Darah Hansen  t_m_mt_\_ma_t community  Coast News, August 2, 1993  f$Offt IH  by George Cooper  On July 10 Mindor and Lilie  Eidet were delightfully surprised  when they arrived at Harmony  Hall in Gibsons to find a host of  friends and family gathered to  congratulate them on their 50th  wedding anniversary.  Their family had successfully  kept them in the dark about the  event while they were away in  Britain on holiday.  Lilie was thinking of an  anniversary tea at the time, but  not her own; she was preparing  the catering for another couple's  50th to be held the next weekend and quite content to just  attend the dinner her family had  arranged for them at the Blue  Heron.  Their family, son Ken and  wife Sandy, daughters Linda  Jenkins of Vancouver and Gail  Susheski of Sechelt and twin  sons Dennis and wife Heather of  Br^J  Lille and  Mindor Eidet  at their Golden  Anniversary.  celebration.  \ad  "���         y  Grand Prairie, David and wife  Patti of Beaverlodge, and the  grandchildren, eight in all, presented their parents with the  framed congratulatory messages  from government leaders.  By this October Mindor and  Lilie will have resided here for  the past seven years, having  moved from New Westminster.  They were married in Holy  Trinity cathedral July 3,1943 in  New Westminster.  Visitors came from New  Westminster and other points in  the Lower Mainland and from  island points.  Eastern maples  No record until now has  come to hand to tell me the who,  what, and why of the row of  eastern maples beside the highway at Orange Road, the former  site of East Roberts Creek  school.  Adeline Clarke of Robeits  Creek tells me that Jim Leek  (Leek Road) the uncle of her  late husband, Phil, was the one  who had the seedlings ordered  from Ontario to plant on the  school site.  Leek had grown up in Trenton and knew the fall glory of  Ontario maples.  In the book, Remembering  Roberts Creek, we read "30  eastern maples were ordered for  the school grounds..." in 1925.  Jim Leek was one of the 'temporary trustees' authorized by the  residents in 1919 to get a school  built - immediately. By the second annual meeting we read, the  enrolment was 26 with 20  attending regularly.  J^��  by Beverley Shipley  The heart of Roberts Creek is  seeing a major structural change  with the new general store's  construction in process. Store  owners are happy with the  progress of the building so far.  The next major change will  be after the sale of the goon  saloon which has just recently  been put on the real estate market. Whether the buildings will  be left as is, upgraded, or torn  down is as yet to be seen.  Parking does continue to be  very congested and with the  population increase in the area  along with an increase in the  number of vehicles, this fumey  eyesore is not going to go away.  One very large Roberts Creek  eyesore is promised to be going  away this fall, and that is the  transfer of the propane tanks to  Hillside up Howe Sound.  Hall update  1 Rdberts Creek hall is in full  swing with its septic problem  temporarily bandaided. Two  new tanks have been purchased  for $1700 but are not connected  to a drain field as yet. Effluent is  being treated by Gibsons  through a temporary two month  permit. Dances, bingos and  other events are still being held  all summer. Thanks to the hall  committee and especially president Jack Eldred and other volunteers for managing to keep the  hall open to allow for revenue to  pay the bills.  *   *' *���*  ,, a***5  tffi]  Sushi Bar  Wednesdays & Thursdays  Lunch & Dinner  Pick Up  Ok   _   p-   ,--,     a    For reservations,  MEGA &&  RESTAURANT 886*4.2*4*1  #4  Locating a Septic Tank for   j  Pumping or Inspection        j  Construction has begun on the new Roberts Creek General Store.  Farmers market  Every Sunday morning from  8 am to 1 pm tables are set up in  front of the hall for a farmers'  market. Come and buy those  organic veggies and fruits at reasonable prices from local growers. Anyone who wants to sell  their produce is also welcome.  Library news  The Festival of the Written  Arts is just around the corner  and the Roberts Creek library  has a good selection of books by  the visiting authors to Ihis year's  event. Drop by and take a look.  If you are a newcomer to the  area and wish to become  involved in the community, why  not consider becoming a library  volunteer. Come and see us dur  ing library hours for further  details.  A book sale will be held at  the Roberts Creek Daze; donations of books are welcome from  the community too. Just leave  them in advance at the Roberts  Creek Library.  The Daze  Roberts Creek Daze is on for  Aug. 21 at Cliff Gilker Park.  Any Creek businesses, for a  donation to the Shuttle Bus for  Creek Daze, you can have a sign  on the bus. Great advertising  idea. Phone Gail Newman at  886-3977 for further information.  For further information, contact Randie Tame 886-9324. For  information regarding floats,  Volunteers sought to help save strait  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  The Save the Georgia Strait  Alliance is gearing up once  again for the 4th Annual Save  the Strait Marathon which takes  off from Snickett Park beach at  6 am on Sat. Aug. 21.  Last year over 200 people  paddled, swam, rowed, sailed  and even pedalled across the  Strait to help raise awareness  and funds for the environment.  Fin Donnelly will be swimming  solo again for the fourth year in  a row.  I am recruiting local swimmers and lifeguards to join our  relay swim team and help out on  the escort boats.  On the Coast we are looking  for a wide variety of volunteers  to help host this exciting event.  Some of the tasks include; class  I drivers for our transportation  van, transportation of boats,  people and equipment; communications, sound system, first  aiders, boat safety checkers.fund  raising, escort boats, billeting,  information and registration  tables, security, marathon marshalling, etc.  This would only entail a one  or two day commitment.  You can help out in Sechelt  on Friday night during registration at Sechelt Elementary  School, the launch at the beach  on Saturday morning, or you are  welcome to cross the Strait with  us and join the celebration on  Newcastle   Island just  off  Nanaimo.  We are having a volunteer  meeting on Thursday, August  12 at Cafe Pierrot at 7 pm.  Please call if you would like  more information about joining  this cause.  Marie Bisson-Montpetit  (883-2142) SGSM Sunshine  Coast Co-ordinator.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windotvs ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  17-5522 Wharf St, Sechelt Jim Bain WM572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  (.onstnii ti(i  Also Septic  Link Pumiiiiitj  Bonniebrook  Industries  886*7064       |  Announcement  T'he Law Office of  Welsh and Gray is  pleased to announce that  Paula Burgerjon, barrister  and solicitor, is a new  member of the firm.  Ms. Burgerjon practised  law in Vancouver for 3 1 /2  years before making the  move to a Sunshine Coast  ummWMmmwmmWamtam_mmmm Lifestyle.  She practises in the areas of real estate, wills,  estates and corporate law.  Joel Johnstone photo  contact Rick Clark 886-8503.  The community photo  requires a 20 by 30 inch frame  and glass protective shield so  that it can be displayed. If you  are able to donate such a frame  and glass large enough to  accommodate a matting, please  contact Jan at 886-2883.  Columnist opportunity  Do you enjoy writing, have  good English skills, are you  interested in the newspaper business, also live in Roberts Creek  and show a real interest in your  community? Then possibly you  would be into writing this column on a temporary or Till-in  basis. If so, call me at the Coast  News, Wednesday to Friday, at  886-2622.  ��� Tank & Held may be on same side of  house as kitchen & bathrooms In a large  clear land area  ��� In dry weather, grass may be brown & dry  above tank.  ��� Most tanks are 4-10 feet from house.  Depth, may vary.  ��� II tank Is concrete, metal or wood, probe  ground with steel bar. Probe carefully II  .fiberglass.  ��� If possible, locate sewage pipe In basement c  crawl space. Find its exit on outside wall &  follow to tank by digging.  ��� Previous owner, builder, excavator or Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit   iy have location  Inlormation  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Seivices serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  i  ���Ibe Corporation of flje  Qistrttt of fetritttt  P.O. Box 129, S545 Inlet Avenue. Sectwlt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604)685*1966 Fax (604) 685*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Design Ideas  for Sechelt Signs  Applications are invited from those who  would be interested in submitting designs  for signs to be placed at the north and south  boundaries of Sechelt on Highway 101.  The design should be one that uses natural  materials, e.g. cawed cedar and would  identify the District of Sechelt as a distinct  community.  Apply in writing to:  The Mayor, Box 129,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360  O.CJ.P. Goes to Irall Bay Mall  The District of Sechelt Planning Department  will be presenting a display regarding the  Official Community Plan at Trail Bay Mall  across from Cactus Flower on Friday, August  6th from Noon until 9 p.m., and Saturday,  August 7th from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Planning Department staff will be on hand to  answer your questions and discuss concerns.  Included in the display will be:  ��� A summary of the O.C.P. review to date  ��� Maps of the proposed "distinct neighbourhoods" and location of new developments  ��� Graphic displays of socioeconomic data  ��� Questionnaires for those who haven't  completed one and details about how you  can become involved in the O.C.P. review  process  ��� Details on a contest to design the cover of  the new plan.  All Sechelt residents are urged to visit the  display and take the opportunity to participate  in Ihe O.C.P. Review.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1 st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Put Yukkles In their place!  Keep Sechelt clean.  IMMm  ------  ..'.  IV'A"-*������*,: Coast News, August 2, 1993  community  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The August long weekend is  over and we are entering the last  lap of summer. So far we've  only had brief glimpses of the  elusive season but haven't those  interludes been wonderful. 1  hereby publicly apologize to  anyone who tried to have a  rational telephone conversation  with me over the past couple of  weeks.  My much-loved and doted  upon three and seven year old  grandsons were our guests. It is  really difficult to carry on a conversation or type a column with  little hands and voices clutching  and relating highly important  information.  I must admit 1 will remember the touch of their dimpled  hands and the high pitch of their  oratory more than any other  contact I've had recently. It is  very quiet here this morning and  1 only have grimy fingerprints  on the windows and the echo of  exuberance to disturb my  thoughts.  Things to do  August is chock full of activities most of them taking place  outdoors so let's hope for sunshine. It's not too late but hurry,  to develop some swimming  skills. Red Cross swimming  lessons for all levels are beginning at Katherine Lake Aug. 2  to 13. Call 883-9043 for information.  Astronomy  Clear skies on Thursday  night, August 5 will make possible a wonderful opportunity.  Sussex Realty has made a donation to the BC Space Society  and in recognition members of  the Community Astronomy Programs will be at Porpoise Bay  Provincial Park with the largest  portable telescope in BC. It's  free and you will see stars, but  painlesssly.  Fishing derby  Volunteers are needed to help  out with the upcoming second  annual fishing derby sponsored  by Lord Jim's Resort on Aug.  14. Funds raised go toward the  On their way to the Sechelt elementary playground, participants In this year's Bethel Baptist  Church Summer Fun program detour around construction on Mermaid Street     Joel Johnstone photo  Sunshine Coast Salmonid  Enhancement Society. Last year  $10,000 was raised so this is a  major event for the society  which operates the fish hatchery  at Chapman Creek. Call Susan  at 885-7038 for information.  Senior's picinic  On the same date the seniors  annual picnic and garage sale  takes place at the provincial  park at Porpoise Bay. If the  weather is not cooperative the  event will move to the seniors  hall. Rain or shine it is scheduled to begin at 11 am on Aug.  14.  At the same time, on Aug. 14  and 15 the Sunshine Coast Aits  Council presents its annual craft  fair at Hackett Park. Artisans  from the Sunshine Coast and all  over BC come to show off their  crafts and there is lots of food,  entertainment and refreshments  for all.  Throughout the summer the  newly organized Sunshine Coast  Paddling Club is planning several excursions along our beautiful  coast. They include a potluck  dinner or barbecue at their destination before a peaceful paddle  home in the sunset. Phon*. 88*5-  6440 for information.  Photocopies  A great bargain is once again  available to anyone needing to  make their own photocopies.  The Suncoast Writers Forge has  found a new home for its photocopier.  It is now at Sechelt Hardware  and the same reasonable rates  apply. For 15 cents a copy you  can photocopy anything from a  recipe to a future bestseller and  it costs less if you join the  Forge. Profits raised helps the  Writers Forge continue its programs.  JM   I *F<w the finest in area dining  P Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  PEBBLES  RESTAURANT  Enjoy Ihe best of Sechelt :it  Pebbles Restaurant located on the  waterfront at the Driftwood Inn.  Sample our superb meals - either  breakfast, lunch or dinner. Our friendly  and courteous staff look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful location  overlooking Trail Bay and Georgia Strait.  Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bninch on Sunday 8 am - 2:30 pm.  Dinner Reservations Recommended. Cal] 885*5811.  -a*. 1 M  =.  FAMILY DINING  Kafi KKago - Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented with panache and flair.  We're located in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  are open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  a.m.-5:30 p.m. 885-8837.  Tht Boat Houm ��� Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 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.  Hiid-A<Way RMtaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to /'.ur enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm ��� 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  Hilltidt Family RMtaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Hours: Open Sun ��� Thurs,  11 am - 9 pm. Fri & Sat 11 am -10  pm. 866-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  1111 "-���  =  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  Dt Dutch Pannikotk Houm - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among the trees and flowers on our  new patio. We're serving Breakfast  and Lunch all day long, from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends. But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon & eggs (although that's  here too!). We've got Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toast, Dutch toast... and creative  lunch ideas too! Great tasting fresh  ground coffee and fresh home baking! Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure you'll  keep coming back. Find us on Hwy.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from the Sunnycrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. ,586-9090. Visa  & MasterCard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm.  irvinat Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub It am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard &  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy'i Rattiunnt - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blua Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11am* 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  ChM Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in Ihe quiet country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Cower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open tarn 5:30/7 days a week.  Creak Houaa ��� Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Cibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include steak,  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar  salad for two and flamM desserts  are prepared at your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 - 2:30.  Dinner hours: 4:30 - 9:30. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  PtbblM ��� On The Btach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit�� Qmn'l Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  davls bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The ladies of St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary are  holding a box lunch picnic on Wednesday, Aug. 4  at Coopers Green. Bring a lunch and enjoy an  afternoon with the hard working ladies who do so  much for the hospital.  It's good news that long time resident Joe  Kertesz has been transferred from Ihe Mainland to  Shorncliffe and is able to receive visitors. As many  of you know, Joe was a fixture on the dock with  his fishing rod, always willing to lend a hand to the  novice fisherman, especially the kids. A hearty  welcome home, Joe.  Charlie Brookman derby  The Charlie Brookman fishing derby for kids,  ages six to 12 will be held on Saturday, Aug. 21 at  Davis Bay. Registration begins at 10 am followed  by Ihe pie eating contest at 10:45. Fishing starts at  11 and ends precisely at 12:30 pm. Children must  be accompanied by an adult and it is mandatory  that all kids wear a life jacket. Fishing licenses are  required and in order to avoid the rush, it is  advised they be picked up beforehand. More next  week.  There is a group of residents on Gunclub Road  in Wilson Creek who are very concerned about the  excessive speed at which cars drive down their  deadend street to Ihe nursery at the bottom.  There are 11 children under Ihe age of nine who  ride their bikes and play on that street and their  safety is a constant worry to parents. If you have  occasion to drive down that road, please exercise  extreme caution. Because it is a gravel road, it is  not only dusty, but difficult to stop quickly without  sliding. Please think of the kids.  Family reunion  A family reunion, consisting of 42 members  was held at the Davis Bay home of Ken and Anne  Pearson on July 25, Many family members had  never met, so it was a unique opportunity to get  acquainted with other branches of the family. They  came together from Quebec, Georgia, the Interior  and the Mainland to exchange greetings and enjoy  each others company. There were barbecues,  potluck dinners, shopping trips for the gals, a fishing trip for the guys, (where they went home with  their salmon limit) but most of all, there were lots  of memories to take home with them. Guests plan  to explore Vancouver Island and Alberta before  returning to their respective homes.  Sechelt OCP process open for viewing  The District of Sechelt Planning Department is preparing a  storefront display as part of the  Official Communily Plan  review process.  The display will be held at  Trail Bay Mall Friday Aug. 6  and Saturday Aug. 7, during  regular mall hours.  Included in the display will  be:  ��� a summary of the official  community plan review to date;  ��� maps of the proposed new  developments;  ��� graphic displays of socioeconomic data;  ��� Questionnaires for those  m>  ..  :������  ��� r f, / :  ���  .::������''���;.���  Ontha  Coast  WK WW    ���    Bri<�� or brid. to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Gibsons Sechelt for Babies  Sylvia 886-4620      Ruth ���85-5847     Midge 885-3380  EIGHT TOP MUTUAL  FUNDS TO BUY NOW  Clearly; the time ol the Equity Fund has returned. 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For your copy of "EIGHT TOP MUTUAL FUNDS TO BUY  NOW" please call 844-5380 or 1-800-663-0706 or fax this ad to  669-6392, or complete and return the coupon below. Thank  you.  j Gentlemen: Please Send Your Report "Eight Top Mutual Funds To Buy Now"  j To: SC  ! NAME   I  I  I  I  J ADDRESS j  I CITY POSTAL CODE I  dd  CHRISTOPHER TOD/ANDREW EISENBOCK ���  ODIUM BROWN LIMITED ������*v*- **j  lim 1M0-M9 OnmmU Si.. UMCwwr, B.C. V7Y IAS   I  or 1S00-663-0J06 (B.C. loll frit) j  who haven't completed one;  ��� details about how residents  can become involved in the  OCP review process, including  a contest to design the cover of  the new plan.  Call the planning department  at 885-1986 for further information.  Rotary club  award winner  announced  Doug Third is the first recipient of the Four-Way Test  Award from the Rotary Club of  Sechelt.  He received a large number  of nominations from the general  public and is considered to be  an excellent exemplar of the  Rotary creed.  Of all the things we think,  say or do:  1. Is it the truth?  2. Is it fair to all concerned?  3. Will it build good will and  better friendships?  4. Will it be beneficial to all  concerned?  Doug Third was recognized  for his efforts on behalf of the  elderly and inflrmed.  9frHr1r   tt?lt+lU>  ��� Perms $45  ��� Cuts $10  (T____^-.  ��� Non-velowtng ��� Longer lastly  ��� Ughtw weight . Minimum  ���Noprtmer maintenance  ���Odoulea  MM community  Coast News, August 2, 1993  Nikki Webber and friends presented an evening of jazz entertainment at the Arts Centre in Sechelt Saturday featuring (left)  Top Hat (A.K.A the Rolling Tones). Ruth Forrester photo  Sushi Bar  Wednesdays & Thursdays  Lunch IS Dinner  Delivery  O.   a   r*  s-m    _ For reservations,  ME(j   A <Wlverv,  IYI   L-  VJ  r\ pid-op,tall  RESTAURANT 886*42*4.i  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  There has been some mote pointless vandalism in the Welcome Woods area of Halfmoon Bay. It's not the first time that the  children's day care centre at the school has  been the target. The sheds were damaged  and roof shingles ripped off, a couple of windows were smashed and the fence trashed.  One wonders if the kids who think it's  fun to smash things have any idea of the  financial hardships such stupidity can cause.  This is not by any means a wealthy outfit  which runs the centre, and even with insurance, the deductible charge must be paid.  But apart from the financial question,  there might well have been some little tots  having a nap beneath the windows which  were shattered causing glass to fly all over  the place. It would seem that, since this has  golden lifelines  happened before, a look out group could  well be established of parents taking turns  patroling at nights, since this seems to be the  time such vandalisms take place. Then there  are also parents who have no idea what their  kids are up to and could care less.  Barbecue  For those who plan to be at the community barbecue at Welcome Beach Hall this Saturday, August 7, please call Mildred at 885-  5249 or Pat 885-9852 to make your reservations. Try to do this before the evening of the  4th so that there will be some idea of the  numbers expected. It's hard to know how  many hamburgers to prepare if there is no  idea of how many to expect.  New babies  A Redrooffs resident has reported the  birth of a nest of robins on the eaves of the  house. Nothing spectacular about that except  that this must be a second clutch this late in  the season. While on the subject of birds, 1  wonder how many of you have taken your  hummingbird feeders indoors by now? If  not, it's time you did so, otherwise those little guys will hang around long after the  flowers have gone, they will depend on you  to feed them all winter as they have then  missed their time to fly south.  Right now there are plenty of blossoms  for them to feed on, so they don't need the  feeders any longer. You are not being kind if  you entice the hummingbirds to stay any  longer.  He who hesitates...  If you have any items you would like to  have mentioned in this column, please don't  hesitate to give me a call.  J.  f>^^^liH  by Joyce Ostry  Keep these dates in mind:  garage sale on Aug. 14 and the  Seniors Picnic on Thursday,  Aug. 19 at 12 noon at the  provincial park, East Porpoise  Bay Road.  Mobility aid  Parking: In BC, a parking  placard allows drivers or passengers with disabilities to park  in designated stalls. You can  also park for up to 20 minutes in  any non-commercial loading or  p'aksen^ef ibne. Placards are  available from SPARC in Vancouver at 736-4367. In other  areas, refer to your local municipality for any special parking  privileges that are available.  Public transportation  There are many companies  and agencies that offer transportation for people who use  EMAs (Electric Mobility Aids).  BC Transit provides a Rider's  Guide to Accessible Transit  which includes tips for boarding  the bus and securing your EMA,  as well as fare and route information. Phone 261-5100.  Safety  Accessible transportation  will use either ramps or elevators to take you and your EMA  inside.  1. Be sure your EMA is in  good working condition. Especially electronics, brakes and  seat lock. Know the correct  points on your EMA to attack  tiedown straps.  2. If you can set your seat  low and lock it in the forward  position for more stability.  3. Be sure that both you and  you EMA are tied down with  high quality straps which are  fastened to the frame of the  vehicle.  If possible, transfer to a stationary seat and buckle up.  4. Stay clear of the vehicle  batbourgybe  Gibsons residents Howard  and Doris (Billie) Ennis celebrate their 50th wedding  anniversary Aug.7.  and the ramp or lift until it is  safe to board.  5. Go up wilh caution. Utilize brakes where possible.  Watch your head and your  wheels. Stay in the centre.  6. When it is safe to drive, do  it slowly and carefully. Watch  for an alas, feet.  7. Drive it yourself. Having a  helper drive while standing  beside you can be very hazardous.  8. Get to know the types of  vehicles you will be using and  add specifics to this list.  Always fully apply brakes  once stopped.  Custom Transit  In BC handy DART is BC  Transit's Custom Transit system  and there is probably something  similar in each urban area.  It is a shared ride transit service operated by private agencies throughout the Vancouver  region, Greater Victoria and  other communities in BC.  It uses specially equipped  converted vans designed to  carry both wheelchair/scooter  and ambulatory passengers with  special needs. To obtain instruction specific to handy DART  phone locally 885-3234 or Vancouver at 430-2692  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  I had the opportunity to sail out to meet Exit  One, a 38-foot cutter that arrived in Gunboat Bay  on July 25 after sailing around the South Pacific for  the last seven years. In 1986 the Mutschler family  left Vancouver and have logged over 30,000 miles  in their Pacific sojourn through many islands as far  as Australia.  Franz Mutschler sailed his boat solo from Tonga  to Honolulu where he met up with his son Michael  for the last leg home to Pender Harbour. It took  them 22 days, one hour to get from Honolulu to  Victoria. They had to sail against reinforced trade  winds up to 30 knots which made the last leg home  quite challenging.  Once they broke through the fog of the Strait of  Juan de Fuca and entered Georgia Strait, they were  once again overwhelmed by the unparalleled beauty of the BC Coast. They were greeted by friends  and family at their home on Penny's Cove. Franz  plans on retracing Captain Vancouver's journey up  the Coast to visit the many deserted Indian villages  that Vancouver describes in his logs.  Girl Guides  The Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders are off to  Mixal Lake camping on Aug. 9 to 11. Linda Curtiss and Julia Forward just returned from two  weeks at an International Guide Camp in Guelph,  Ontario called Living in Harmony, which included  girls and women from 44 countries, totalling 3,600.  Linda's highlight of the trip was getting lo meet  Roberta Bondar, Canada's first woman astronaut  who was a greal inspiration to lhe girls. She look  her Brownie wings, a box of girl guide cookies and  the world flag with her up in space.  Pender Harbour reading centre  Our local library is open for your reading pleasure Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 1:30  to 3:30 pm. If you are interested in volunteering  your time to help the library call Maude at 883  2983 during the above hours.  Pender aquatic ft fitness centre  The renovations are nearly complete. A big  thank you goes out to Bob Adkin and Norm Cattcr-  mole for their many hours of volunteer work building the weightroom extension as well as all the  olher repairs and building they have done through  the years. We will be newly equipped with an exer-  cycle, barbells, ankle and wrist weights, stair-  climber, rowing machine and cross country ski  machine from some of the profits of our concession.  The pools have been freshly painted and grouted. Thank you to all the people who helped out  with this huge job. Our new fall program should be  out in August. Watch for some exciting new programs when we re-open Sept. 11 with our teddy  bear picnic and program registration.  CRUISEi  'HOLIDAYS.  4-days  starting at  $569  CDN per person  2 Ships, 2 Itineraries to choose from  Departing Sept 23 or 25 on  (fl). Holland America  A   TRADITION   OF   EXCELLENCE*  'Rates based on per person double occupancy. Port Tax $57 CUN  Call 885-8964 ...IWiZ  Open 8 am - 10 pm every day I  Fresh Broccoli  ���68 ib  Washington  Red Potatoes  B.C. Crisp  Romaine Lettuce  per head  .39  Ib  Boneless Chicken Breast  Family Pack  .48  Sun Rype Blue Label  Apple Juice  .99  Fresh Baked  French Bread  454 g  ���lllfea  Generic Pop,  All Flavours  2L  .99  & deposit  Cortina  Olive Oil  31  MEAT SPECIALS  649      VNI Chuck   169  Blade Steak   I     Ik  Bari Mozzarella  Cheese  part skim ***ft49  454 g ball <*P  Red Kidney  Beans  540 ml  Veal Bone-In Cross  Rib Roast  1  99  Lakeland Margarine  Prints _m_w��  i ib      *����v  Four Star Beans  with Pork ^. jmfm  398 ml  Vans Sliced Bacon  2S9  Hawkins Cheezies  200 g  Niagara Frozen  Lemonade  pint & plain _\l tf*fc^  341 ml ���TfW  Fabianelli Assorted  Pastas M..W  500 g *09  Free delivery on $25 orders and all senior's orders  CHEC  Voum.  ElllKllvt l\,IM  Aw.y.1 *��� - ����� IW  ffl  We rewrve lhe right lo limit quantities We accept Mastercard A Vila  Check etrt *wr mmmy wMdv*rtla��d apodale.  MM  ���������������-���    ��� to  Coast News, August 2, 1993  dH  fftTfflflTTC  ^t�� C^ERITftGE ffiflRKET���  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  Highland Springs  SoftDrinks 6/168  145 ml  JL  Assorted flavouis  Gatorade  950 ml   355  O'DoU's  bottles or cans  Non-Alcoholic Beer     6/Q66  Purina Kitten Chow ot  Cat Chow  'kg   Purina  Meow Mix  <kg   155 ml..  ^^U Purina Gmavy ot  Kibbles & Chews  2kg   Ice Chests 9Q98  aMquort    W_m%_W  Purina O.N.E.  Dog Food  7 kg"   KalKon Optimum  Cat Food  3/QC  170 g..  Uncle Tom's long grain  Jolly Time  Popping Corn  907 g   Robertson's limited edition  Marmalade  250 ml   Carr's lor cheese  Biscuits  200 g   White Rice 158  2 kg  JL  2 kg  Hunt's crushed, whole or  Stewed Tomatoes  398 ml  Beaver honey mustard sauce or  Tartar Sauce  375 ml j   Chun King sliced or whole  Water Chestnuts  227 ml   Chun King  Chow..  {At   ff.~.~.: ���'���"���1"  Gotdtn DrQQon block bean oc  tester Sauce  Gotdtn DfOQon ttrtyoki, morinod* oc  Soy Sauce  455 ml.��  Keeblera  PieCmsto  1 'O Q i -���  McVltie's biscuits  Neville's  Hob Nobs  300 g..   M ���*>        \  McVltie's  Rich Tea  200 g   ofdweetal*:  e  Wasa assorted  Crispbread  250 g   Seawave chunk  Light Tuna  184 g   Club Supreme laundry  Detergent  5 L   WD40 spray  Lubricant  170 g   French's prepared  Mustard  750 ml  Drink Crystals  3x92 g   Solid Light Tuna  198 g   Prtmo grated cheese  Parmesan  280 g   Calgonite auto dishwasher  Detergent  1.4 kg   Certo  Liquid Pectin  170ml   Bernardln's extra large or large  Freezer Bags  4��/8s   Trt V  Dog Food  709 g   Reynold's aluminum  Foil Wrap  12"x25'   ABC Ultra laundry  Detergent  l48  2*��  7*w  3*8  1298  J58  l88  288  228  J18  |78  PRODUCE  B.C.grown-newcrop  White  Potatoes  .55/kg  4Ih/J00  I.C. grown  Fancy  Lettuces  Gteen leaf. Red loot, Butter  2/.88  California grown - new crap  Gala Apples  \.W4  ������*  8.C. o< Washington grown mow white  Cauliflower  i,70/kg *.  ��� I  CaWomlo grown  Ka"'pe        A9 lb  B.C. Apricots  & B.prFeMus  now arriving!  4L..  ���MM Coast News, August 2, 1993  _t||  Congratulations  Pegasus soccer  team on your  victory in the  North American  Indigenous Games!!  - from all of us at  Clayton's Heritage Market.  i   SSST���  Hours   ^daTlO^vi:^,   *V��t>, Monday 10-6, Tues  _  ..        -Thurs 9-7 ues   J^^-Wday 9-6  Trail Bay Ma��� .  BAKERY  Potato Bread  454 g  ]49  Angel Food  Cake  each  Apple Strudel 069  each  ���*  Banana Cream Pie ff 75  Butter Tarts 015  'pkg of 6.,...  %M  Raisin Bread 175  dSMrirs  i%.\ ���  FROZEN FOODS  Tropical Sun concentrated  Orange Juice  341 ml  .78  Honeydew assorted flavours  Fruit Punch  341ml  .78  Green dont  Corn on the Cob 188  c Ocean Spray concentrated  'Cran Cocktail 168  275 ml  *  . Welch's peach, apple or  *�����ce .98  ��� Carnations 3/ QQ  assorted colours  fwW  Gladiolas Q59  bunch  **  FLORiXL  .... ^  V :f  JV   ft    -;o;   tj,    fi  ���SlNSHINE  c     i \ i^yk^^ I  I ^__^0mi^____.  COAST NEWS i  & WEEKENDER '  omotiov.  ^v <T  I UBtall    111JVVO  >     ft/       ^ ������'|':kk|''-n|iki<  * ���# <? ^ #*��� ��  Attention visitors!  We are an official entry station for  "Sunshine Coast  Summer Fun!"  Details in the Coaat News Weekender and in the store!  DELI  Kohler's Black Forest or old-fashioned Freybe gypsy, herb or pepper  0*)tYI Salami  llCUll sliced, 100 g   ��"c��d',00�� 9p*c..  129                Chester Chicken  with 12 mojos   Fletcher's  Kohler's Montreal Corned Beef or Potato Salad  Pastrami 129  ,00��  sliced, 100 g  X  a  Fresh tM\  Cod Fillets   ��� ,  7.69/kg Salmon Fillets  349 lb      *#*   Kippers  7.69/kg   I49  099  ���59  + MEAT ��-  Canada Grade A beef  Top Sirloin  Steaks  7.69/kg  349U>  - i  Canada Grade A beef  Cross-Rib  Roast  5.05/kg  2291b  Boneless  Chicken  Breast  lb  11.00/kg  499  Lean  Ground Beef  549/kg   Grimm's  European Wieners  6.13/kg   Grimm's fine, coarse or herb  Liver Chubs  250 g   Fletcher's  Sausage Sticks  500 g   Fresh  Split Fryers  3.29/kg   J49 lb  Freybe - bulk  Bavarian Smokies  7.25/kg   ]49ea  Jp9ea  1  ]491b  3291b;  : i  60* OFF  Any Item from our  Full Service  Seafood  Department  Limit one per customer  August 3-8, 1993  Claytons Heritage Market  il'M--. ���- -- ���   '- 12  Coast News, August 2, 1993  leisure  Community astronomy  tour offers stellar views  It's midnight in the park and  your campfire has been reduced  to embers.  But overhead, distant stellar  fires blaze through the black  canopy of space. You scan the  sky, wondering about the distances and the names of constellations.  The preceding paragraphs  probably describe thousands of  British Columbians who take  advantage of our BC parks each  summer by travelling far afield  or remaining close to home,  Away from city lights  and smog, tbe stars  are brilliant ami  spectacular  depending on where they live.  BC parks are famous for  putting the best of Mother  Nature on display, and the nighl  sky is no exception.  LOGS  WANTED  *��  ���  1*  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Lordjim's  Ml  Resort "aaaorP"  Ole's Cove Rd���just north ol Secret Cove on Hwy. 10I  SUNDAYS ��� SPECIAL BRUNCH MM  aMm-**** ? Days a Week  *$&*  Jo McDonald 7 2pm & 6-lOpm  Reservations Requested 885-7038  Away from city lights and  smog, the stars are brilliant and  spectacular, and - rather confusing.  Never mind fainter stars not  visible from the city, just finding the Big Dipper is a challenge!  The Community Astronomy  Summer Tour coming to Porpoise Bay Provincial Park Aug.  S, is a free participatory outreach program run by Vancouver's IIR. MacMillan Planetarium, and is designed for novice  star watchers not accustomed to  a wilderness sky.  Stars, constellations and  planets are revealed to kids and  adults as ihey experience the  wonders of lhe cosmos above  them.  Featuring Canada's largest  portable telescope, a 25-inch  Dobsonian aptly named "Big  Bird", Community Astronomy  incorporates a hands-on'  approach whereby friendly,  knowledgeable staff give a brief  informative slide show prior to  the observing session describing  the skies above (in the event of  inclement weather, only the  slide show can take place).  They also provide skywatch-  ing hints and answer questions  as they train the telescope(s) on  celestial objects visible in the  BC summer skies, such as the.  Whirlpool Galaxy, Ihe great  Hercules star cluster, and the  famous rings around the planet  Saturn.  The discussion and slide presentation take place at sunset;  the observing begins when the  sky darkens.  It's a terrific way to learn  about astronomy and its unique  appeal makes Community  Astronomy ideal for a family  outing.  And Ihis year, a Camper's ,  Sky Guide is available for a  "nomfnal price; this fascinating *'  "star map" leads the star-gazer  on an unforgettable journey  through the universe that can be  pursued even after the Community Astronomy truck has headed on lo its next destination.  Flamenco Pun thrilled a crowd at the Roberts Creek Legion July 24 with a dazzling performance of Mexican flamenco dancing, singing and guitar. Dancer Oscar Nleto (above), singer  Angel Juarez (above lefl), dancer Rosarlo Ancer, and guitarists (Jeraldo Alcala and Victor Kol-  ste are scheduled to return sometime in the near future. Joel Johnstone photo  PR0F0RM Feed Store  at Chamberlin Gardens  SATURDAY. AUGUST 7  9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.  Members & Guests Welcome  Let Larry Les, Technical Sales  Representative, answer your  feed questions-11 am-2pm  FREE!    "  Hoi Dogs ��� Coffee ��� Pop  10 am - 4 pm  GRAND   OPENING   SPECIALS  16% LAYER FEED Regularly $6.50 Saturday only $5.75  BEEF & DAIRY FEED Regularly $6.80 Saturday only $6.05  FLATTENED OATS Regularly $7.15 Saturday only $6.40  40 kg FARM PRIDE DOG FOOD ....Regularly $16.99 .....Saturday only $12.99  NURSERY   SPECIAL   -   AUGUST   3-8  PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS    2 FOR  1!  GARDENS  Open 7 days a week!  Mon.- Sat. 9 - 5:30  Sundays 10 ��� 4  886-9889  Chamberlin Road  (off North Rd.)  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That's what the  CBC Vancouver Orchestra is to  the world of Canadian music.  As Canada's only radio  orchestra, the distinct voice of  this ensemble has introduced  hundreds of thousands of radio  listeners to the classics over the  years.  But although it was founded  in 1938 by conductor John Avi-  son purely for radio broadcasting, the orchestra has widened  its scope since then to present  live conceits and make records  and compact discs.  Their versatility has become  legendary. With their emphasis  on both Baroque and on contemporary Canadian works, the  orchestra's programs explore  the full range of chamber  orchestra repertoire.  In addition, more than 90 per  on tbe arts beet  cent of the featured musicians  who work with the ensemble are  Canadian because this is one  orchestra that is passionate  about giving Canadian soloists  first chance at centre stage.  The CBC Vancouver Orchestra will perform at the Festival  Pavilion at Rockwood on Sunday, Aug. IS at 7:30 pm under  the baton of Assistant Concert  Master Arthur Poison, who is  familiar to Sunshine Coast  music lovers as the conductor  and musical director of the Vancouver Youth Symphony  Orchestra.  He is also co-ordinator of the  Vancouver Opera Orchestra.  Tickets for this joyous performance by the CBC Orchestra  are available at the Festival Box  Office. Phone 885-9631 or Fax  885-3967.  What is the goal of abstraction? Freedom of expression through  creation? Or one's own interpretation of individual reality? Abstraction - the Mind's Eye at the arts centre will stretch the limits of one's  impression of abstract art. The diversity of the participating artist's  works is a visual feast for the mind's eye.  The calibre of skill is extremely high with internationally  acclaimed artists like Don Jarvis contributing. Each piece is an individual definition of abstract. With the broad spectrum of mediums  used, from clay and steel to canvas and bamboo, this show is full of  colour, texture and depth. Abstraction - the Mind's Eye is on now  through August 15. For more information phone 885-5412.  Also at the centre in August join Diane Corbett's Tye-Dye August  5 and 6, Jan Bryant's T-shirt painting August 10, or Doug Biden's  printmaking August 12 and 13 for creative fun. It's your last chance  to sign up. Spaces are filling fast.  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  883*9551  B  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  OtmWyifunif'i,  JMAB1NA.  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Contracting  Gravel, Charing  Septic Systems  8834822  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  JMicHi\EL C. Crowe  tUart-arr ��� SaiUcltnr  NaMry Public  Pender Harbour legal Senices  I M74 Madrln Ml tai. Maddn Ml  883*9875  Coast cultural views,  opinions solicited  There are those who believe  cultural development is fast  becoming a viable and inclusive  component of community planning.  On Monday, Aug. 9 at 1 pm  interested community members  are invited to an informal meeting at the arts centre to view an  Australian produced video  which outlines the benefits of  cultural planning. Discussion is  invited after the video to relate  the Australian experience to the  Sunshine Coast  The video is provided courtesy of the Vancouver Parks and  Recreation Board, which is now  implementing a similar process  in the Greater Vancouver  Regional District area.  The process involves the  community at large, special  interest groups and municipal  governments creating and  improving their relationship to  work toward a healthier and.  more productive community.  Everybody in the community  is encouraged to attend.  Michael Bloch and Michael Lacoste, or M&M as they are  known, recently finished producing an eight song tape of original instrumental guitar works entitled Dreamcalcher. Produced at Inner Ear Studios, the works celebrate their musical  relationship as Bloch returns to his native South Africa.  Joel Johnstone photo  If you have a news  story or see news  happening,  call 885-3950.  The Coast News...  The Coast Made Clear.  fommcVt  KhUH Sew.  OFF all resular priced fabrics  10* OFF all resular priced quiltins books  TILL AUG 14 th/ while supplies last  MON-FRI: 9:30-5 SAT: 10-4:30 ��� 883-2274  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  MU-M taa Olbwaaa. I. C.  Aaagaaal 1, UM  Wat Coast Njeuis  fee Omrtaf  Death ends speed  to turn at 85 mph  Lenard E* Williams came to  hi* death accidentally on July  B when hil hy a pole broken  off by another car. wai Hie  verdict of a coroner's Jury  July 2B which heard *>vld-  ence on thc latidily In the  RCMP courtroom wilh Dr  William  MCKec  as coroner.  When Lwiard B. Phatr  driver of a -31 Huriion convertible started lo give evidence,  he wa* granted protection und-  er the Canada Evidence ael at  lhe request of his lawyer. Mr  A- Branca.  Phnlr said he had led Roberts Creek earlier and drove  t��� Wakefield parking lot  where he met Williams While  both went im.de. he did not  ���lay wilh Williams but had  broken conversation with him  Phalr said he left by himself.  It was not until he was the  other, eastern, side ���>! Sechelt  hr noticed another car behind  him* He said the other ear  atayed with him and when  lining down Davis Bay hill  he, Phalr, was going quit*!  fast and when approaching the  Davis Bay curve, he said the  other car which wai on his  left, crowed him t��� le side  of the road. Phalr then said  be did not remember what  happened alter he struck the  first pole  Cpl. Cummins interjected  that it was a glancing blow on  the first pole and Phalr re.  piled: " Yrs. I closed my eye*  and An not remember whui  happened "  Cpl     Cummins    questioned  I . I)   oil   his   .i-i'rt.-tii.i.      Willi  %lltlnmi  at    Wakefield    Inn  nr>ct   Phalr replied  they were  nm there together M Williams  wis with others and when he  ���   tie was **eind mi1"  ���ng      to     question*.  ir cnulit see thr car  --���wing up mi  hi-  Ho said he intended to stop  them but both speeded up to  lb mph. Cpl Cummins said  he was appro* imately 120  yards behind (hem al the Dav.  is Bay Hill. Thc can continued  al B5 mph and sometimes faster wilh aboul 20 feet separating the two cars with lhe  RCMP car striving t0 over,  take them, the Corporal said*  At approximately the motel  Hlung side the highway, Cpl.  Cummins turned on his warning siren. Asked later by a  Juryman why he had not done  it Itcfore he said It was no use  as cars going al that speed  would not hear a siren unless  it was close to Ihem. He was  also asked why he had n"l  stopped them after leaving  Selma Park and replied It was  not wise lo halt cars on a  curve but In wall for a fairly straight stretch.  The rorporal continued his  story of the chatf by saying  that just about thc lime hu  turned on his siren he lost  sight o( Uie nan on Ihe turn  going toward* Hie bridge Se-  conds later, hi- raid, he saw a  flash nnd on approaching thc  spot saw nne car off the right  side of the road, lying on Ms  right side wilh the front end  facing lhe water. He ran over  to ll und saw Phalr crawling  out ,,n his hands and knees  Cpl Cummins said Phalr seemed to be OK so he looked (or  lhe olher car whl.h was a  short distune- farther on He  opened * door "( the car and  Hid he could ste lhe man was  Williams, whom he knew, nnd  lhat he was dc.i.i*  Describing what happened  based on a compiele check, he  told lhe coroner and jury, that  lhe Phair car had gone B7 feet  off ihe pavemi nt and in it��  momentum had -drink an ll  Inch thick phone poh- a n-  cing blow ��' ��  IB      "���  Life-saving  explained  at Sechett  BY MHS. E. LUMSDEN  The Royal Life-Saving Soc.  iety tJiow and demonstration  siiuji.si.rtil by the Sechelt  Board of Trade, drew hun.  dreds of spectators lo the  waterfront Sunday. Magistrate  A. Johnston opened the activities and turned lhe job of M  (' over to Jack Lungrln.  honorary secretary and treasurer for the group.  Thc first demons t rat Um was  j rope /est tie from shore, for  a subject not too far out in (he  water. It wa** explained this  method should W used  rescuer  Ig  noi  o good  ed this  i if tht  A demonstration of the cvo-  lutlun of swimming was shown  by di'fert-nl performers from  the doR-paddle to lhe now  widely  used  crawl  stroke.  Thc RL.SS has developed  a new stroke for use In life,  saving which Ihey call thc  lowing stroke, on the back,  arms folded, wilh a scissor  kick. Und drill, with six  young ladies demonstrating,  t-howed Ihree popular methods*  of breaking an arm hold, front  .strangle hold and a back  strangle when thc victim be-  comes panicky.  Three young ladles entertained in the water with the  Dance of the Wooden Soldiers  The tide carried them off  course, but it distracted the  girls not a bit They finished  fitli a smart salute and head,  ed   for shore  Thc chain rescue method  with three rescuers towing  each other, and the subjett  who fell from the wharf had  nrllflclal respiration after reaching shore Tiie spectator.!  wen- warned that Ih* 'u�� Iho  re*"-     ��� -iing lady ���,n'i  Judges  selected  for Fair  The Fall Fair committee reports that they have been able  to secure the services of seven  judges for the varloui classifications ot exhibit! it Ilw  Howe Sound Fair, August IH  17 i  I IS.  Elnar M Gunderson, exec,  utive vice.presldent and general manager of the Pacific  Great Eastern Railway, receives a shipment of three new  locomotives. The balance of  an order of eight will be ar.  riving within the next few  weeks. Bigger and more powerful   than     previos    model*.  thee* produce 1W0 horsepower, weigh 1X0 tons This equipment ia helping to make the  PGE the nuet modern rail,  way In North America. The  locomotives, made in Montreal, oin be used aa a single  or multiple unit* and are powerful enough to handle any  trains on aU the PGE grades.  Most of these Judges art  familiar to exhibitor! on (fat  Peninsula, from previous fatfi  at which they have Judged.  Mr* Hawley i& the one mw  member lo whom the Ptnl*  ���ula le new.  The Judges with their divisions ��re: Flowers and table  decorations,  ML  Pepper  Vegetables and Fruits, GJI.  Thorpe,  Domestic science and horn*  cooking, Miss Joy Brown.  Needlework etc., Mrs. Winnie McLear*  Handicrafts. Weaving and  Spinning, Mrs- J.S. Griffin.  Poultry, etc., H. Gaipcr-  done.  Canaries and budgies, W-  Hawley.  A meeting of the Fair Committee wUl be held on Friday,  August 3, to advance the final  preparations Mr the fair.  Road work causes  removal of poles  The B C. Telephone Company has laken steps to reduce  lo a minimum interruptions In  telephone service throughout  llie Sechelt Peninsula during  the provincial government's  extensive road Improvement  program.  Telephone gangs ore currently    moving   the    Pender  Harbour-Sechell long distance  etrioiu and some Pender Harbour local exchange lines to  B.C Electric Co power polca  This move la designed to  keep telophase line*, which  formerly followed the r.ule  of the highway, clcn* *���' -nnd  MaMtng a* *  lion *<���'  Robert! Creek  roads discussed  Mrs. R Hughes chaired Hw  meeting of the Roberts Crash  Improvement association July  10, at which time there waa ���  lively dlsrus-slin on road COO-  dillorw. The rough and dusty  condition af the Lower road  and Beach Avenue brought  oul the suggestion that a sod*  turn compound could be used  "���n the dust hntard.  ���     ���   ���     ���ihono  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  F'"-'   w-w-t.-x-. j,:  fc^fc.-v,.���>������*'---���.���- *-���- 'm. E Coast News, August 2, 1993  r Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  _    The Coast News    j  Industrial    AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mam   In b-b S.il _tSail'   11)-^  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS'CARPI !���> ��� GUIURS  CONSlRUOIONl HAN IIP  100     <,AllifACTION CUARANUIO  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  coNsntucrioN  UaMtfllAl      commmoa^  NEW HOMES, RENOVATIONS, ADDITIONS  FREE ESTIMATES     863-2887   LAURIE IACOVETSKY  R.RalSJk   C   V)   ROB! BIS CR1IK    B c   VON IVO  CENTURY ROCK  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound Ihem in  ^   The Coast News   j  SECHELT RADIATORS-  Complrte Cooling Syitrm Service Centre  .   .    ���rf������-���'  PII ������*P***"-^��" I   I   I   I   I   I   i -w  Wl. Repair & Rfpl.it e Rails, Hi-.iut Cora, ft Om i'ltnlu  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New. Used 8c Krlutilt ��� fit k up < Dcliveiy  r *  * * ���.-���..  43-19 S.C. Hwy. c  Time Saving Foundation System  One iotfd continuous wall of concrete  ��� l.iie-form ��� Styrotoam planks  ��� R-20 Barner ��� Made lo your specifications  ��� Easy to install "Free eslimates     COASTAL BLUE FOUNDATIONS  885-3737  W.D, EXCAVATING  !_-_-_*_} t  tew-M-tanfeMl  Hand Ii OravW ��� ftee tiMnwhi  PHBS6 9764   ��  CK 220-1576  ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.  1024 VENTURE WAY, GIBSONS, B.C.  S8C17 RRI,GIBSONS, B.C., VON IVO  886-8233 FAX: 886-8224  ee-_^e  I Mo  Sat.  Across Irutu Sunsliine (aM  885-7986  FORM RENTALS  2 FT - 4FT - 6FT -8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  ^ Phone 88-.-0308     Fax 885-2774  >  Q.M.S. Excavating/  Reasonable A Negotiable  Rates  Gunnar Christlsnsen  886*8463 S9C7RR1  . Qlbtont, BC VON 1 V0|  ImTXSSSmuiiTlS.���  iitii'n_.{-}$i_ii iti-Jm-tk   '  kalQtire  If we sell it... we guarantee it!  ��� ���?y��x__^____y*.-_,*_��j*.. _\Mii_Mim_] Mitt - -;  5; WIMf tWPB�� efBnPl?.afa?flWi    :  y>WMl*TWwlt'?*:^W^'*ylW^.:.*:.:''..: v:.'.  I  fS. MADILL CONTRACTING 1  All typei ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs * smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  rbNwtM-atiT  (iMHMHWnl  OaaUtr Concrete Work  MS-HIT AsaMeacs)  "V HI 111 K HOIK ATS1 KYK 1  ���f xi mating  ���BacMMng      ��� Drainage  ��� Demolition  * 1 iindsta-K  ��� Low Impact & Select Land  ���Retaining  Umslrua Ihin  Clearing  Walls  H HOt'R  ma3 886-8538  BOX 1221,  <. scnvicc  ��,i 220-8767  GIBSONS 0.C .j  SUNTEK  DEC-K-ING     PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4366  HEATING  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  IHAUNC. & FINISHING  Residential! and Commercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne       Paul Dcsautcls  H8(,-034l) 885-5492  Fastrac backhoe ft  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS -.,.��   ...  ��� WATER LINES CAT-no  *iM  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   886-8260  f  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  ^  PON'S fl<-*?i  Renovations ��� Foundations  Frame to lock up  and custom homes  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  DON FA1RHURST 8864)964  ROOFING  FREE  Specializing in all types ot  commercial & residential rooling  estimates 886-2087 M ����ZZ.  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Christiansen  8864463 S9C7RH1  Qlbtont, BC VON 1V0  K (.AS (I NT Kl  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  wwrwHiMi      specialists  The co*n**tat-t losing f-atestt-nm.  886-0920  /f D/B CRANE RENTALS LTDT^\  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  ^ After 5:00 pm "V... 885-6261   JJ  THC KIT OF ".MVH.E^  r*^W  Swanson's  ���Ready-Mix Ltd.  Account* -  FAX  I  -mm���min  .. msxsmr-.  11 ratA       1  |    8859666 _11    885*5333    ] 1    885*2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5411 Burnel Rd., Sechcil, B.C.V0N 3A0  UMUt    FOR FREE ESTIMATtS   hS-WJTN  j-Cktrlnj t Stump Removal  ��� ���t-KlIt-, NrW,  I  (ill-.(Mil till  Wovtl ��� Hoi IV.tl-i T.mlts  a     J,  I     "     ��   \l ,1,      t    I       \\     hit,    I      li.l SS      ��       /    1     /      J  DESIGN  nni3_��^niM<m  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 886*7111  Showroom: 673 Payne Rd. Cibsons        _j  n=^=.  A * T ENTERPRISES: Con.tniotlon SenloM  Serving The Coasl Since 1985  . CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  IMJIJI  T. WONO, IOX TM, QIDSONI, I.C. VON 1V0  Construction  For all aspect! of residential construction.  DwM-  ������6.2273  i.  EMERAID DESIGNS  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN & CONTRACTING  COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN  ���  886-3969  A  STK EXCAVATING ^  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  ��� Sand A Growls  ' Septic Systems ��� Etc.  "Qualify A  Punctuality"  886-9020    Bob Ourney   Excavating  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885*2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechalt  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  GRAEMARCONSTRUCTION  Genera Confrodon   FOUNDATIONS*'FRAMING  M-lfimtfBKB��  J2-MSrtK,.a  ^  Free Estimates  886-7571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  lag. Electrician .       _.. 518*1 C4 MM  no 17933    J��y Thomas oibsom, von tvo  r  MJJ. Vinyl Siding-  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  CaHttt-MOa  ^Trucking  t-wzivMUTH Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We olttr Hull lint ol  Service* with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  . Kan Blrkln ��� 885-7487 ��� Call. 671*8411  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  fDRYWALL SERVICE"  BOARDING, T^ING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 888-0040  Renew Interior Decorating  Complete Interior Design  Free Eslimales on  Painling _ Wallpapering  CONTOUR  _J    DESIGN  ���_r Quality Supply & Installation   '  _\     Ceramic tile, Carpet & Blinds  VSHOWROOM851 \\tt1 IQI-GIBSONS- BC -PH-TM 866-3I9I  \i  Sofllts, FASIA, Shutters  1  CEDAR SIDING  Fred Cocker PO Box 1596  (Ua.rMr-.aaBC) Sechell, B.C.  Phone 8856065 von jMj  ENGINEERING  WVM'S CONflNCIION LID.  Custom homes * Small commercial  Renovations ��� Forming * Framing ��� Finishing  IrvHIkkbiwrit ���13*2774  Sumihime Coast Enhimeeriime  Endneenna and DeiiejR for  ��� SubdhtWon ��strelepiiieni  * Custom Reiioenlial end Commercial  ��� Structural ��� Soib ��� Marine  S7, C29, RR#2 -���,   .-.*  VJideoni. BC VON IVO 886-4743 J  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing <t Development  Cam Mackenzie  ��� Co-ordinated, j_^  Creative Design                            I  Installation ���,****^���*������ ��� mmM__W __\M ���  ��� Ceramic Tile, Martte  & Granite  ��� Blinds, Untyue Drape'ty & Bedcoverings  ��� Total Interior Design & Drafting for New Homes,  Additions, Commercial  Call Anthea 565-0271 any time  (0&J  ���    ���  t_tt^^^^mm^ iDwetinadny,  Coast News, August 2, 1993  15  Ifyouhave tine time  and can sew a simple seam  ...wehmetite place  and eveiytfiing else you'll need  CM Sue at 8854546 far details  We're out to meet you!  MEET with JOHN CAWKER on  TUESDAY AUGUST 10,1993  To arrange an appointment, call 666*7703  A Federal Buiineu Develop- ^_ arrange en appointment  ment Bank representative _^__\ '/ >�� <lncu�� financing and  will be paying your com- vtBpw managemenl icrvicea,  munily a viait in the neat mW (countelling, planning  few daya. Call today and    /    I       and training).  u Ba.i*i�� -a*-. *��.  wa.aaaa alaaa laa d��.a  laaafaar. aaaVlallaa.  COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS  SPCA NEWS  Edward Is a big friendly grey  neutered male cat passing  time In the outdoor facilities  ot the SPCA along with several other cats. If you have  room for an animal companion In your life, call 886-  CARE.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  <___\i  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    a^m*-  VINYL 8( CEDAR SIDING     uZsZLmcLu  illMMl    bw.atS-3613  MARINE SERVICES  rSMp Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS S SERVICE  "SHIP SHAPE SERVICE*  Camll Bolly, Proprietor R.R. 1, Maaon Road  PH:SSS*I27S(Bua.) Saclwl*, B.C.  SSS-SStO'Ree.) VON SAO  SUNUUM KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS A BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  CtHuter  230-3370  Thank You 3  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate ll when you tell them  you found them in  _    The Coast News    j  For fafirushhtg touch  Eric's Drywall  jiwuuraJ  88">-()()")2  &  wccaiieer  Marina ii Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 815*7186  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K - C Tharmoglass _  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  M&sk  W  '.i=i:wijsvi  ds]  OUTBOARDS  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imaginative renovationt  1*7years in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES-885-6096  free estimates   ^ Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  LANDSCAPING  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  The Sunshine  Coast's Evlerade  MECHANICAL SERVICES  r  -DE ROOS -  CHIPPING SERVICE  Whole tm chipper, tree falling k  removal, brush & lot clearing  ���     BILL 885-3918      ���  Why burn?  CHIP IT/  Prompt Service b  Reasonable Rates  H_  ENTERPRISES  ntniarMurn  LANPBCAPINO    LT8,  885-5954  Profaaaicana.  ttesfana  aYiauKetl  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free Estimates: Pst 885-2870  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   imw mi ratal, hum wo cManure non naounmet  aMTHUIMUfMCOMt  HOWARD UNO            OOC_10*>1 anSan.  I  ..H��tm��Q OallJ.. 8BO-3Z.ll MS-04JW  Thank You i  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    j  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Jopplng ��� Trlmmlns -Pruning ��� Bruah Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bon-lad and Inaurad ��� 20 Yearn Exparianca  885-3887  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  5 YEARS AGO  Gibsons resident, Bartly  Bourguignon, became a hero in  California, as he pulled two  occupants from a car crash and  then dragged them to safety as  their vehicle exploded and  burned.  John Kavanagh, developer of  the planned 49-lot Oceanmount  subdivision for Gibsons  Heights, went to council to fight  for approval of his original project design. He won his battle or  at least this round. Council  chose to disregard the recommendation of their planner, Rob  Buchan that the developers  redraft their proposed road  design.  10 YE/UK AGO  Sechelt Mayor Joyce Kolibas  is instrumental in settling the  dispute between the SCRD and  the Sechelt Indian Band over a  right-of-way through Indian  lands for sewage system expansion.  Dick Palfrey of Victoria wins  the First Gibsons Ultramarathon,  a distance of SO miles. Palfrey  ' had never run the distance  before.  The Sunshine Coast branch  of Operation Solidarity meets at  the Gibsons legion to challenge  recent government restraint legislation.  The Native Environmental  Studies program will be discontinued as a result of budget  restraints in Ihe local school district.  15 YEARS AGO  School District 46 Superintendent Denley informed the  board that all teachers, whether  new to the profession or not, are  presently hired as continuing  appointments and that beginning teachers could by motion  of the board, be placed on probation during the first year of  their appointment.  20 YEARS AGO  The Opportunities for Youth  program grants a group of four,  Steve Peterson, Neil Booth,  Tracey Gallagher and Melvin  Gokool $1400 to build a trail  from Port Mellon to McNair  Lake.  25 YEARS AGO  Mr. R.R. Hannah, at present  district superintendent for South  Cariboo and Merritt, will  replace Mr. Gordon E. Johnson,  who will now work full time for  Powell River School District.  30 YEARS AGO  Hospital improvement district officials have received  word from Victoria lhal Honourable Eric Marlon, Heallh  Minister, has given approval lo  the calling for tenders for construction of a 35-bed hospital in  Sechelt.  35 YEARS AGO  Bals Block, a Gibsons business landmark on Marine Drive,  was completely destroyed by a  spectacular fire. The origin of  the fire is unknown but it is  believed to have stated around  midnight Monday.  45 YEARS AGO  The construction of the new  Sechelt wharf has been delayed  until fall, but immediate repairs  to the planking on the existing  wharf and to the shed will be  undertaken when materials are  available.  Tins: *mi  MON TIME HT. FT.  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0025  2   0515  MO   1215  1930  10.3  13.1  2.6  14.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0300  6   0830  FR   1435  2110  7.8  12.3  6.2  14.4  0105  3   0605  TU   1250  1955  9.7  13.0  3.3  14.8  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0340  7   0920  SA   1505  2130  7.3  12.0  7.3  14.2  WED TIME HT. FT.  4  WE  0145  0655  1325  2020  9.1  12.B  4.1  14.7  SUM  "'ME HT.F-i.  > *kft*w-^ttK<**-&^S59-*  THURS.TIME  0420 6.8  8   1020 11.7  SU   1540 8.5  2155 14.0  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    gjj-jsj---.  Paclfic Standard Tlma  and 7 min. taa Mch n. .41*.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  :uir  Ipotf  [���niaiiiaii  CHANNEL ELE  Tuesday  August 3,6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "New England Dinner"  Write in for recipes.  7:00pm  Live al Ihe S.P.C.A.  The S.P.C.A. has several animals available for adoption.  7:30pm  Ails Update for August  See Tuesday 7:00 p.m.  8:00pm  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Parade & Other Highlights  Wednesday  August 4,7:00pm  Aits Update for August  The anniversary show takes a look at the renovations to the Arts  Centre and all the events for August.  7:30pm  Gibsons Ambassador Pageant  Full coverage of this year's Sea Cavalcade Event originally cable-  cast "Live" from Elphinstone Secondary School Gym.  Thursday  August 5,6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "West Coast Favourites"  Write in for recipes.  7:00pm  Community Health Care #3  If you have been following the development of our new community health care service, Ihis is the third meeting of the group that is  developing the system. Coast Cable 11 would like to thank Dr. John  Farrer for his coverage of the event.  ipOIIMM Ci  I OKI)  CLIP & SAVE  BC FERRIES  .886-2242  Schedule  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  LeavtLangdale Leave Horiethoe Bay  6:20 am 4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 6:20 M  12:25 pmM 10:10*  2:30  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  EARLS COVE  Leave Earla Cove  2:20 ���  -FrMnMjiiidavil  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  Myaaaly  SALTERY BAY  Lena Saltery Bay  1:30*  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  M*dMMM   'SM-kmll-latlTM  H-w-IOIau   mw fad idw I Wf.MY****-*-? So I ������  COAST NEWS  >A,STjaEWS     1WEERENDERI  -H-l**!.  ������.--    1-..V--. V     \.,��,  --    -- ��� -     -      ' ��� I 16  Coast News, August 2, 1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run yoter- classified ad 6 times  and pay for ortly 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Serviced coiner lot, tower Gibsons. Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite.  Mtn _ marina views. Ph: 736-0730 West Sechelt. excellenl investor 731-0966. 13301    merit. $145,000.886-5764.     ss  Announcement  Wesl Sechelt, 3 yr old rancher, 3  bdrm, 2 bath, country kitchen,  large view lot. 885-2188 Iv. message 865*7410. ��33cn  5 bdrm house with hardwood and  slate floors throughout on private  .6 acre in Roberts Creek,  $259,000. Call 885*2253. No  agents please. ss  New mobile home sites. IKelon  Paik at Roberts Creek. Commonwealth homes. Chilliwack. BC. Cat'  collect 792-4678. ��34w  3.300 sq. It. plus double garage,.  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 baths, 3 FP's, partial  view. Gibsons, $279,000. 686-  7736. ��6w  3 bdrm., 2 level house Madeira  Park, 30-X15 workshop. 85x240  lot. $67.000.674*2213.      #33w  Roberts Creek. 3/4 acre treed lot, 2  bdrms up, in-law suite down. Positive cash Itow or mortgage helper.  $195,000.666*3359.        I32w  WELCOME WOODS  Quality rancher in quiet neighbourhood, dose to school and park. 3  bdrms, double car garage, 14S0  sq. It., .4 acre, excellent investment. $159.000.885-4762. 132*  One ol the last sewered lots available in the town ol Sechelt. 5728  Trail Ave. (lane oil Surf Circle).  $67,500,604*7634157.     #32w  Waterlront Davis Bay. sandy  beach, 1250 sq. It. updated home,  $249,000.1*792-7919eves.��31w  Roberta Creak. 4.5 acres of beautiful treed secluded property with  seasonal creek. RV-1G zoned.  Perlect tor hobby larm. Asking  $125,900. Call Craig or Heather  686-2352. Agents protected.��32cn  Redroolls area - new home on t/2  acre, 2,300 sq It, 5 bdrms, 3 baths,  Ig. kitchen, Jacuzzi tub. Quality  built. No GST. 885-4465.   ��32cn  ANDERSON REALTY  FRII  CATALOaUK  seeecowrnsi. Boxi2i��  SacMI.BC., VON 3M  mhiii fax ass lass  van. Toil Free ses-eois  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared In a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  Inatant house all ready to put on  your own properly. Beautilul well-  cared lor modular home, 24��32. 3B12 or 326*5534.  bay window, sundeck, 2 BR, etc.  Bought new I960 by n/s senior  who is now returning to England.  Very well insulated, c/w appliance,  lurnishings. Valued at $34,000  OBO. 866*2513 or 866*9211131w  ROBERTS CREEK  Nice, clean starter home. 1600 sq.  tt. two levels. 3 bdrms, lamily  room, two 4-pce. baths' 6' tubs.  Carport, deck. 73 x 104 lot. 5 min.  walk to beach. Close to school,  store, library, post ollice. $152,000  OBO. Phone 686*4622, lax 686-  4596. #31w  6023 Southwood Road. 3 bdrm,  lamily room, 2 baths, oil heat and  wood, RV shelter, gaiage root cellar and lots more. No appointment  necessary. Fuller and Assoc. 885-  9323. ��31w  View the sunsets over the water  Irom Bonniebrook Heights, 5 mins.  to beach, to mins. to lerry. 6 yr old  3.000 sq It. 4 BR, 3 bathim, lull tin.  bsmt. with separate entrance to a  one BR suite. $219,000.886-3575.  #31cn  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements 7  Appliances ie  Autos 23  Barter (Trade ie  Bed and Breakfast 30  Births 2  Business and Home  Ssrvicss 36  Business Opportunities 33  Campers 35  Child Care 37  Commercial for Rent 32  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  For Sale 21  Found 11  Free ie  Furniture 20  Garage Sales 17  Heavy Equipment 22  Help Wanted 34  Home 1 Property 1  In Memoriam 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Marine 24  Mobile Homes 27  Motorcycles 2e  Music 13  Obituaries W  Personal  Pets & Livestock  Recreation  Storage  Thank You  3  e  12  e  33  e  Too Late to Classify   40  Travel  Trucks  Wanted  Wanted to Rent  Weddings t  Engagements  Work Wanted  e  34  DROP OFF YOUB  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883*2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B<* J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 88VM00  m     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  11k smiling staff of the Roberta Creek General Store  will happily take your claaalflcd ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Ptacenl  ytt(ter~  GARY WHITE  886-8107���1-351-4380  752 Hwy. 101. 50��266 lol. 3 bdm.  dder house. $165.000.886-9049  ss  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886*9764 or  celll. 11-220-152 tins  MOORE: Passed away July 27.  1993, Maurice Moore, late ot  Sechelt, age 78 years. Survived by  his wile Kay and remembered by  many then* Mr. Moore was a toi  mer longtime resident ot Wesl  Vancouver where he operated  Moore Graphics. Privale cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Hone, Gibsons.   I31cn  Haatlnga: Ruby Mary passed  away peacefully in her 60th year al  St. Marys Hospital. Sechelt, on  July 29,1993. Survived by husband Robed; daughters Christina  (Gordon) Arthur, Rosina (Don)  Slack; lour grandchildren Daniel.  Melissa, Gregory and Mallory;  mother Lynda Johnson; brother  Glenn, sisters Iris and Lym; and a  loving lamily ol nieces and  nephews. Memorial being  arranged 886*7233. ��3lcn  SNEDDON  William Roterhon (Ball) ol  QibM-w, paaaed a��My auddenty al1  Iwmt on July 29. 1M3 Beloved  hoaband and lathe, aurvtved by has  ** Hannah, children Km (Sandral,  Lorna (Oralg), Bil |0tb|, Ctvis  (Diana), grandchild-en Scolt, Bryca,  Mark, Kris, Anna and Jay, alio hit  biorhtr John and lamily in Scotland  A memorial lor B* will t* haU 2 om.  Wtdnoaday. Aug 4 al Haa homo ol  hit aon B-S, 186 Grandview Hsighta  Rd. In lau ol Itowati. tl thank to  dttirt, dontbont may ba mad* to  tw S.C. Httit Fund.  "Th* Cooef Connection'  M  ��*���**  __l'_m_���_.i jfj'-a.  ). David Callingham would like  hi invilr yitu hi call hi discuss my  Raul Fstah' Pl.annin|* Scrvkr fair  ,lh ViHir na.*als lailfiT  rnila-.smn.tl FYrsm.il Smicr  working for yemr tx-al intnrsls.  Call: Office (85-0505  Honw8S3-9435  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jenmsh Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baltis, double gaiage, shake root,  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0061,351 -7886 after 8 pm.    ss  QIBSONS  LANDIN4  721 What R  600 sq.ft. of office space;  offices can be leased as a  package or individually; daily  and monthly rates also  available; for more info call  lenka at 672-9284,9-00*  4:30 or 941*3036 eves.  CLOWN SHOWS  Giggles a Squiggles. Songs with  het guitar, balloon animals, magic,  puppets, face painting I more!  683*2514. I32cn  Home Study Diploma. Save time  and money. Over 40 programs tor  career ol the 90s. Our 30th yeah  688*4913 - 24 hrs/7 days or Fax  988-8560. National College (BC).  Stan Nowl #32cn  Anyone knowing the whereabouts  oi a 19 loot heritage clinker type  lifeboat which was borrowed Irom  ihe Davis Bay area, please call  886-9058 and lv. mess.    I31cn  HULLABALOO  Tun To do  with: att workshop, goody  bags, faccpalnllng & fun.  Call 885*6203  lu book yours I  48' x 3301 of prime low bank water-  Irani in Gibsons Haibour near Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be fixed up for recreational or rental use. Property zoned  Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double  garage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  Bulk) dream home on comer view  serviced lot, approximately  90x225. Gentle slope to waterfront.  Lowry Lane/Bakerview, North Vancouver. 884-4328. ��31cn  By owner, Walnut Grove. Ouiet  cul-de-sac, 2 storey, 3 bdm., 21/2  baths, oak kitchen cabinets, B/l  vac, gas F/P, double garage, covered patio, wired storage shed,  yard lenced and landscaped with  100+ cedar trees. Close to all  amenities. Must be seen. 21446-  94th Ave. 888-7399. Open House  Sat. t, Sun., 1-5pm.        ��3icn  MOBILE HOW  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellenl condtion, very dean,  newly painted - renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white wals,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge 4 stove  induded, washer I dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-9095. $39,900. Cell to  view. tins  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship lor short Him  project! s). Phone 885-2724.��34cn  Glbaons large view townhouae. 2  bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace, garage,  including rental suite, offers over  $110,000 to owner, 886-0126.  ���33*  Wendl RoWutf and Al Strang art  thrilled to announce the tale arrival  of their aon, Kiel Robert RoHuff  String on July 22,1993. Grandparents Roy and Aliaon Strang of  White Rock and the late Vernon  and JoAnn Rottlutt of Glbaons.  Great-grandparenta Harold and  Peggy Harper ol Silveidale and  Gladys floMuff ol Abbotatad Special thanks to great-grandma  Peggy, Wendy and Marlee, Dr.  Scott and the nurses at a Meryl.  ���3101  Much appreciation to all the cowboys and cowgirls at Desperados  lor a dang line cast patty.  From the bandtos and senontas ot  Wesl Side Story. I31cn  De net stmd ar my greet and map,  la-mnoKharc. I do not sleep  i-ve thousand mnds thai blm  I am the diamond glints on snom  tamlhesurtightonlhenpenodgmn.  I em the gene, autumn reel.  When mi iMmft et en nwwsa Huh.  I am the mrl uplifting men  otisMtominciriledntjht.  I am the start mat shine ettsghl.  Do not stand at my grave and cry;  lamndthere Ididnotd.  GILTROW: Ralph Hodgson ol  Soames Point, Gibsons, passed  away July 24,1993 surrounded by  his loving tamily and friends. He  will be deaity missed by those who  knew him. We were touched by his  strength, courage, humour, interest  in lile and love. A small gathering  was held July 27. Many thanks to  all the wonderful staff on the 2nd  lloor ol St. Mary's Hospital, to all  the home care nurses, to all the  Iriends who dropped in and made  each day brighter and lo Dr. Burin  and all the other doctors who  helped Dad along the way. Wtcn  For We and death are one, even as  the river and the see are one...  And like seeds dreaming beneath  the sww, your heart dreams of  spring...For whal is it to die but to  stand naked in the wind and mell  into the sun?  And what is il lo cease breathing,  but to free the breath from its restless tides, that it may rise and  expand and seek God unencumbered?  Your Spirit lives on in us, Sheilagh.  Dad, Mom, Fergus, Calum 1  Fiona. #31cn  Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! to everyone who contributed to my 3rd  annual BBQ and limbo. I couldn't  have done it without you all and I'd  like to personally thank: Jell -  Anar tor all their help with the 'kiddie events' and all the extras!  Annie McTavish lor a great job ol  the invitation design, Dave Wilson  lor all the olher extras, Brad  Glovers lor your BBO and lighl,  Todd Simpson lor helping math the  set up and providing the colfee  maker, my official limbo judge Kim  Currie tor her good judgement and  BBQ. Richard and Elizabeth Barley  lor the co-sponsorship of the  -Grammas' basket, spedal lhanks  to Chuck Quon, who for the third  year, has attended Irom Calgary  and done all the preparations with  ne. To BBQ Bob (Ferrier) lor cooking all the tood and special thanks  for the beautiful custom made  limbo stick, I win cherish It always.  And thanks to all who signed it.  Kelly B. lor the beautilul roses and  'If you see someone without a  smile, give them yours.' And finally  to Karen and Philippe LaCoste of  the Bonniebrook Lodge who were  gracious hosts, thanks for everything! Congratulations to the limbo  contest winners: Champion, Darah  Hansen; 2nd place, Lome Nation;  3rd place, Chuck Quon. Mark your  calendars lor July'94 and well see  you then. Love Simone.    #31cn  Canvas "AWNINGS' lull UV protection tor sundeck, custom fitted  'RETRACTABLE' and installed.  Free estimates. Brighton's Fine  Upholstery.885-0106.      ��3lcn  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship lor short film  projed(s). Phone B85*2724.l34cn  KNOW THYSELF!  Your lite is in your hands. Palmistry  by Dometria. For queries and  appointments, 885-0261.    I32w  ATTENTION  COPY MACHINE USERS!  The Suncoast Writers' Forge copy  machine formerly located at the  Coast News otlice in Sechelt is  now in Sechelt Hardware. The  same low rates still apply   #32w  Parents ol children who have been  sexually abused interested in a  seri-help support group, please call  Community Services at 885*5881.  I31w  AUDIO RECORDING  Prolessional 24-track recording  now on the Coast. Mobile and studio. David 8854355.        #31 w  BEWARE. A lull coid ol firewood is  4 ft x 4 tt x 8 ft, stacked $100.  A burned customer. #31 w  TENTERS!  Boothill RV. Park is now accepting  overnight tenting. 8864764.  this  Ready Soon! 10 more fully serviced RV sites - long term/short  term ��� ovemitets - tent campers ���  showers/laundry/hiking trails/5  mins. to terry and 2 shopping centres. Book now * Top ol Cemetery/  Keith Rd. 886-9764 or 220*1526 or  886-0971. ths  lawmower catcher bag trom back  of luck between Gibsons a Hallmoon Bay. 885-37:7       #3lcn  Walking cane, badly needed, see  cavalcade Dougal Park on Saturday. 886*7570. ��1w  Articles ol cothing found at the  'Mud Volleyball-. 886-8779.#32cn  Have you lost a pair ot eyeglasses  from an optometrist In Nelson?  Found on Friday, July 23, daim at  Roberts Cteek general store,l31cn  N/S writer seeks reasonably  priced, comfortable, private cabin  with a view. To start Sept 1 or Od  1. Exc. refs. Please call Robert  738*9360. #32w  Ladies English riding breeches  and/or blouse, size 12.8864236.  Men  Men's Scottish kilt, size 32. Also  bagpipes, in good condtion. 886-  8267. #31w  40 cords Alder. Maple, cut to 16  inch lengths. Ph: 885*7567 days,  885*7553 eves. #31cn  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private lite drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 686-2622  days. Annie. ths  Used building materials in good  cond. - buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 885-8689. Recycle I  Save. th  Set d captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White Iridge/lreezer and stove, pair  d French doois. 886*8836.    IS  Oars/oar locks, life belts. Call 686-  7355lv. mess. ths  BROOKS* MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Enviroonvnl  Idendly Paints  HI All Colour, ol   .//.  the Relnbow  ...Including Qreen-\    ,**-**-*5��i  Bin wood    a".,.,   SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  ���NOTICE** the SPCA shelter is in  operation and is located at the top  of Henry Rd. The Gibsons Animal  Hospital is no longer the receiving  facility lor SPCA animals. #31cn  12 yr old arthritic horse, needs  room ��� company. $200. Includes  sadde t tack. 883-2990 mornings.  ss��34cn  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving.  Certified trainer. 886*2854. ��36cn  Horses for sale or lease. 9 yr old  standard bred $1,200.15 yr dd  Arabian $1,000. Bolh with tack,  wiling to give Iree board alter sale  or lease. Wilson Creek area.  Access to many miles d great riding. Also baby bunnies lor sale $3  ea. 885*2220 or 885-4594. ��32cn  Weaner pigs 1 barbeque pigs lor  sate. Phone 885*5486.     #32cn  Dorset X ram, 9 mos., tor breeding  or butchering. $125 eves. 686-  8662. #31w  TROPICAL FISH  25 cents and up  GOLDFISH  fancy or plain. 886-9890.    I31w  Bring some joy 1 love Into your Me!  Adorable kittens & cats available to  good homs at SPCA shelter. Drop  in between 1*5 daily except Men-  day. #31cn  TWIG FURNITURE  Due to the relocation ol home and  workshop, Stephen Carroll will not  be displaying SaL, Aug. 7. #31 w  A million thanks to the wonderful  doctors, nurses and stall at St.  Mary's lor taking such great care d  us. You're the best! Wend, Aland  Kiel. I31cn  Former flight attendant, w/comput*  er skills, seeking employment.  Available immediately lor positions  ol bookkeeper, driver, child care  provider or housework. 885-0198.  ��33w  BeeHellOlte  has returned tn her practice  al absents Denial Center.  MMIMhri  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  * Pander Harbour  ������A Friendly People Place"  EAGLE RID6E  VETtRINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  nexl to Big Mac's Sechelt  885-5158  KNOWTHYSELFI  Your life is in your hands. Palmistry  by Dometria. For queries and  appdntments, 885-0281.   #32w  PSYCHIC READINGS  For appointment with Kalawna,  leave message, 886*2366. #31w  Highly qualified student will tutor  most subjects to grade 12 level  throughout summer. Carotyrm 886-  8046. #31w  Sunshine Coast Transition  House.  A sale place lor women and children In crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 895*2944        th  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog 1 cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet loods. 886-  8566. th  Batata  WRPHR  ~r tm e.m t>n��  LOGOS  ..let Hi. VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  Mll885-0244  M��i|4.r".i.'i4  DOG CROSS  "Functional Foods"  ��� Arttirilii  ��� Allergiei  ��� Speciohie.  Troditienut Chineae heAal  formula, for doga, con A henea  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  UMUI  NOTICE  Public Viewing  S-YMr Development Plan  Clowhom Falls  MacMillan Bloedel Limited  Stillwater Woodlands  301-4400 Marine Avenue  Powell River, B.C.  V8A2K1  The public has an opportunity to view and comment on the  5-Yeer Development Plan proposed lor arees in Clowhom  Falls. The Plan encompasses Timber Licenses 780 and  788. The viewing times and place are:  Datee:     Fhday, September 10/93-12 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Saturday, September 11/93 ��� 9 am to 3 p.m.  Place:     Driftwood Motor Inn  Trail Avenue  Sechelt, BC.  5-Year Development Plans Include maps and Pre-harvest  SiMcultural Prescriptions of proposed harvest areas to be  managed in accordance with Ministry of Forests regulations  and oMgattons. The Plan Is the basis tor future Cutting  Permits granted by lhe Ministry ot Forests.  Persons unable to attend the Public Viewing are welcome  to view the Plan at our Stillwater Warfare* office localed  In Powell River until October 30/93.  Your comments and suggestions w�� be indMAaly  addressed, Wiltlan comments can be itiomilted at the  Pubk Viewing or can be sent to R. Tyadal at the SHwaler  Woodands address. The dipfne lor submission of  corivnents is October 30,1993.  Adit children d Alcoholics or dys- P/B Pekingese x pups, $30.885*  functional families dease call 886* 5554 033,,  3849 or 885-4622! for hdp.     nc  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  665*3917. ths  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS Sherlock Manning apt. sue piano.  865*7883,24 hour line. th   $1800. Call 686*0386.       #31w  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased lo announce that  he will continue to  welcome previous it  new patients at the  CIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CLINIC  Appta. Tuea-Sat ��� 886*7211  Pianos lor isle by piano tuner.  Delivered and tuned. 883-2329.  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  686*9903, 865*7484, 866-9059.  AI*Ateen 686*2565 or 865-7464.  nc  BOOT Ha RV PARK  Available immediately ��� 2 view  sites with lull hookups, caUevision  and phone service al sites.  $225/mo. up to 30 leet. Vary Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 686-  9764 or 220*1526. ths  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be disptaying  his craft every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie SL,  Sechelt. Waaler pem��no,S33on  Piano Tuning  1 repairs  1 appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Yard sale, 772 O'Shea Rd., Gibsons, Sal. 6 Sun., Aug. 716, 9  am? Earty birds welcome.  #31 w  Garage sale Aug. 7/8,10am-4pm,  789 Creekside Cres., Gibsons.  #31w  HUGE 20-dus families annual Mission Rd. gaiage sale. Sat. Aug. 7.  10am-4pm. OH Hwy 101 East ot  Davis Bay. #32cn  Garage Sale Aug. 768, 10*3,  household Items, toys, 3446 Beach  Ave., Rbls. Ck. #31w  Sat., Aug. 7,10am-2pm, 8553  Redrooffs Rd. #31w  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very-good condUios...  $1000 each OBO. Contad Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 865*2224,  Iocal60. th  Kenmore washer I dryer, $100  boh, harvest gdd. 885*6030 alt.  4:30 pm.- #33w '  Hitachi spin washer, good cond.,  $150,665*5070. #33w  McClary almond washer ti dryer,  $500 lirm. 885-4828. '      *33w  Washer 6 dryer $600. Stove $50.  686-4837. #32cn  Fridge and dove, 2 yrs. dd, great  condtion, white, asking $1000 lot  the set or will consider trade for  boat. 865-8955. ��31w  Maytag almond washer, $339;  Gumey almond 30' stove, stainless steel and almond, $239; Montgomery Ward, 22 cu. II. white  upright Ireezer, like new, $449;  Gibson 2 dr. I.I. 14 cu. It. Iridge,  almond, $397; McClary 2 dr. f.f. 16  cu. It. Iridge, white, $429; McClary  H.G. 30' slove, $279; Kenmore  built-in tfshw., top d the line energy saver, $289; Baycrest 30'  almond self-clean stove, $399;  Gibson 2 dr. I.I. gold 14 cu. It.,  $379, and much more. 90 days to  two years warranty, parts $ labour.  Phone Bjom 665*7697 or Comer  Cupboard 86*4434.        #31 w  CKC registered Labrador Retriever, black male, 6 wks. old, first  shot. 885-3102. ��31w  Hotwheels with redtines on tires  wanted by private collector. 885-  9306. ths  Housesitter wanted Oct 1 -April 1.  Employed mature and reliable person only need to apply. Must have  rets. 886*7394. #33w  2 tickets wanted lor Mordecai Richler, Aug. 15.885*3402.      I31w  House to rent tor young professional family, 3*4 bdrm, newer  home, 1700 sq. ft. ���, close to  Sechelt, lor Sept. 1. Call collect  6644634. #32w  Victorian style couch. Brown, en.  cond. Make an offer. 885*7080.  #33cn  Used furniture and misc. goods.  'Comer Closet Castaways', Md*  ly's Lane, Gibsons. Now open  Wed.-Sun.. 11-4:30 886*8078 or  8864930. #33w  Sola hide-a-bed, recliner chair, like  new. 886*3676. ��33w  Round oak table, two chairs, like  new, $650.686*9851.       ��32w  Large 2-pce. sectional cheslerlield.  $200,886*3504. #32w  Bauhaus atyle sola bed, rattan  arms, excellent cond. Sacrifice  $260,885*7651. ��32cn  Moving Sale: Teak dining table, six  chairs, wall unit, leather sofa, love  seat and chair, colfee table, four  wooden lawn chairs. 6684937.   Mlw  COUNTRY FURNITURE SALE.  Harvest tables, sleigh bed, cupboards, antique carpets, etc. Saturday July 31, Sunday Aug. 1,10-4  pm Robens Creek, top d Cheryl  Ann Park Rd., oil Lower Rd.   Mien  Gieal present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sui and moon plates, $600.886-  7307. m  MMM  ^eeea  mmim_m_mam  HiMiaHi Malching antique style couch and  chair, $250.685-1957MS-3845.  Dark pine queen ilia waterbed  with all accessories hd. 6 blt-h  drawers I matching bedside  tadas $326.886*2960.    M3o*  Cdemen apace haaler (stove ot),  2 dl tank stands; 6'6* libreglass  dinghy w/oara; pneumatic boat  fender; Inglis washer; 2-6 it.  lengths ot 5/8' chain; old metal  bedsteads, white; Crane toilet.  866*7298. Mlw  DAHLIAS GALORE!  Come and enjoy over 400 varieties  in doom. Orders taken for spring.  Cut llowers available. Open Tuea-  Sat, 9em*6pm, top of Sdma Park  Rd. Don 4 Monty Shinn. 865*  982a m*  Cozy Comlort wood stove, $300.  885*2383.  12' oak rolling ladder c/w 50'  track, $350.885-2383.  Grandmas briided rug, 11 It. oval,  grey > Mue. $100.8B5-2383.��33w  Jackal-Owe 3/4 oil skin, as new,  large size, $135; dive light A*1  Dacor UL-700, $80; rout er, Black  4 Decker, A-1, $45. Lou 885*  0082. Mien  Last Printing of  Gibsons Souvenir Paper Map  SPECIAL PRICE  $2.99 each  Mary's Variety  273 Gower It. Rd.  Gibsons landing 866*8077  Wadding drees, New, never worn  sz, $700 matching head pee.  w/veil, $150, shoes sz. 7 Iree  w/dress. Debbie 886*2247. #33w  Batteries Sales and Service. All  types full nationwide warranty.  Beit prices on the Coast. 886-  7116. I33w  J.D. 4506 with winch w or w/o root  rake.885*3506. ss#34w  Technics 10' open red RS 1500  US custom cabinet, 45 hra. tape.  $600 OBO, can be aeon it Sound  Advice in Teredo Square. 885-  621* M3w  One swivel chair, good cond, asking $40. Phone 886-6734.  #33w  150 mens magazines, $25.686*  9217. M3w  Kenmore portable dishwasher 6  irtcmwm, good cond, $100 ea.;  rocking arm chair S ottoman,  $150,668*9217. M3w  4 wicker beachcomber chairs, $20  ea.; 2 wicker bar stools. $25 ea.;  butteiflied wing dulled chair, $50;  Ikea toll ted, $66; wicker odfee  lade, $50.866*7955.       M3w  Remington model 700 BDL, left-  hand, 7 mm Rem. mag. wth Bushnell 3x9 acope, $550 OBO. 885-  4890  M3w  Exercise bike; IhNng tackle; lighting plant; rototiller; 16 in. chain-  saw. 5372 Seecrest Rd, Sechelt.   Mien  While Trudel bed with pullout  drawers, no mattress, $50.886-  2625. Mien  Fresh salmon. Phone Tim 885*  4616. #33w  Awning lor travd trailer. 8x16, all  the hardware. Exc. cond. $500  OBO. 886*2342 or 1*220*5281.  ���33cn  MILLER WELDER/generator, gas  powered, 2 cyl. Onan, 200 amp,  AC/DC 110*220, dec. start $2,100  OBOortrade.6854436.   ��33cn  Room divider office/home, oak  trim, beige tweed. 511x5 It. $125.  666*9776. Mfcn  Dyna-Chdi andyzer lor tune-ups.  Ignition system, amp*vdt*reg. 4  dwel-tach tester on wheds. Period lor small shop or P/T mechanic. $250.865*2213. M3cn  79 Tornado pans, loaded, tin  leather Int. Garage doors, sled  7x9, $250 incl. track. Table lop  drafting table, adjustable. $30.  666*8779. ��33cn  Toro 16* mower. Used one season  $300. Ski scroller saw $50.886*  6063 M��n  6 whedai terrain vehicle, one pair  traffic lights w/contrdler, stereo  cabinet, glass lop I Iront. 883-  2122. M3cn  Panasonic large size microwave  with revdving glass tny, $100.  666*9396. ��32w  CMd swing ad with slide; WHa flg-  uredialea, girts size 4, lades size  7; 4-8 pod tt����. 885-3464. #32w  Fisher hi-li cabinet, speakers,  $450; aide projector and screen,  $300; Kenwood Chef tood mix,  $i;*; ledums; ladies bike, ikea  shelf units; HD ext, ladder, dog  and cat boxea; targe parrot cage;  door pdisher. 6664620.    #32w  French Provincial 5 drawer dad;  kwe seat becVchest with King Kdl  spnng; kerosene heater; ladles  bike. 885-5258. ��32w  (Used) aluminum modular mags  tor Ford Ranger, $250.665-3385.  __ M2w  Stotkcialt ctlb, change table,  $150; Fisher Price awing, $36;  Graco Elite stroller, $65. Exc.  cend. 886*9799. M2w  42 sq's ol 24' tapered shakes.  886*3687 after 6 pm.        M2w  STRAWBERRIES U-PICK 11/fe.  Pesticide free. Picking days: wad  and Saturdays, 5873 Maun  Road. 865*3506. M5w  Coast News, August 2, 1993  tUNCO  Recycled Building Moawioli  French DoonM-Exl. Doort  Mum. & Vinyl Windows  lightinfl/Kilclien*  6otnroorn Fixtures etc.  Meat onto* or of  5653Wh<��ilW.,S��Jiek  MOHSAT9om*5i>m  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  Seemeumwey.OJbe  Schrader l/p Insert, good cond,  $200060.6664856.       M2w  1 yr old 3*1/2 hp Brig/Sa-rat. lawn-  mower, 12' rear wheds At new.  $200,686*2561. M2cn  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality split alder firewood cut  to any length. Full cord $95 plus  delivery. Pender Harbour, Sechell,  Gibsons. 665-0340.        ��32cn  Scuba set, Brooks drysuit, Tusa  BCD. Sherwood Blizzard Octopus,  C-solt belt, US divers blades,  mask 4 snorkel $1,200.6650676  IBM XT system, IBM pro-printer,  40 mega. h.d. $500.835*5166.  ���32cn  Pool table, composite, good  Shape, $350.885*9659.    M2cn  Horse-drawn farm machinery for  lawn ornaments. Also working  small tractors. Ddiver lo Coast.  Ph: 403-834-2056. #32cn  Westinghouse Irost Iree harvest  gold Iridge. Excel, cond. $250.  885-3603. *32cn  Trampdlnes used demo 4 rental  returns. Save $$$. Ph: Rob 683*  4949,9850033. Mien  Lumber 4x4x16 and 2x4x16. Reasonable dfers. 1*977*7656 or 885-  888ft M2cn  Router $40. 3/8' rev. drill $35.  Sanyo battery charger $30. Wdler  sddering gun $35. Engraver $30.  Motorcycle, FM intercom $75.885-  0362. H2cn  Panasonic microwave w/lumtaUe,  1.4 cu It works excellent. $110  OBO. 665*3996. #32cn  Firewood, $100 lull cord. Phone  Klaus 685-0679, please talk to my  electronic secretary. #31 w  Living room suite, IKEA style, 7  peee, $350; Franklin wood dove,  $90; drafting lade, $60; Ireezer,  $75. All OBO. 8864712 or 886-  3129. Mlw  Anlique piano, ivory keys, Clinton,  upright. $1500.885*9306.  Mlw  FRESH SEAFOOD  Oysters, dams, prawns, live crab,  smoked salmon. All product Is  government impeded. 683*9464  (caH. 290*2713). Mlw  Propane BBQ, $150; girl's bike,  $75; gdd slove, $75.865*7834.  #31 w  20' wide E&J Excalibur power  wheelchair, adjustable desk length  arms, swing away lod rests, seating accessories, personal back  Ultimate cushion, new cond (cost  $7000). OKers. 666-7623.   #31 w  Bundy clarinet, $150,5 It. bathtub,  $40. Please phone 866*7395.  M1w  Waterbed, single heeler, $50; gdt  ad, beginners mens tight comes  wfm $150 bag. 11 dubs all for $99;  baby carrier backpack Outbound,  new tor $50.886-0065.      #33w  Motorola 8000m like new, total 4  hrs. used on line, comei with  AC/auto last charger, one 20-hr.  battery, dg. lighter adapter, $425.  896-7472,9*5. th  Used railway ties, great lor retaining wdls. 686*6204. sa  Sony Trinitron 21" atereo colour  TV monitor Kyle $350.686*2622  days. Annie. the  Seldom used: Philips sir purHler  and de*ionljer w/replacement litter  $25. Philips alt purifier $15. Blon*  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,686*9665. the  Full size camper trig, dove healer,  $1500060.686*2106. ss  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality nil it ��� reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 686-9764 Iv.  mess. the  250 gal. lud dl tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 686*2626. ss  '88 Woodmlzer 40HD bandsaw  mill. Trailer pkg* 550 hrs, lap siding attach, carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  pads. $22,000 OBO. 686*3001 SS  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, specious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painted $ renovaled  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white wans,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge 6 stove  Included, washer 6 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dote to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Patk #22,1416  Nohh Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 666*8095. $39,900. Call to  view tha  CEDAR SHAKES 4 LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 665*2136  or 885*5601. th  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all dzes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor information.  686-9764 or cdl 1-220*1526.  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  GOOD HAY  t5.00/B��H Delivered  Straw ISOO/bale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Carl Between 12-1pm  865*9357  NtTUUMNOlAW  MUSRVKiVMU  COW TO YOUR NOTIFY  TOCUIYOUtlOW.  ______ nisoaio  Windows, wood $ glass doors,  sinks I taps, lights 6 dad. supplies, ded. lawnmower. All cheap  prices. 885*3456 any time. Mtcn  5x5 double pane window $40. 9.9  Viking 06 motor $50. York exercise bike $200. 8-hp Wisconsin  $150. 40'x80' tup $100. 4'x8'x8'  walk-in cooler insulated panels  $200. Greg. 6854150.     #31cn  14 iq. 24' tapered ahakei  $150/sq. 2 ewes 6 one ram $200.  685-3429 alter 6pm.       Mien  "FIREWOOD" Rr, Alder 6 Hemlock mix. Custom cut, split 1 delivered. $100 per cord. 863*9382.  Mien  "TOP SOL" Gravels, All, sand.  .Cal Doug 685*5070.  'M1cn  FRESH PRAWNS  $511 $4 lb. To order  965*7341 Namaata #31cn  1976 blue Plymouth Horizon, no  mat, $350 OBO. Call anytime,  885*3907. #32w  1961 Ford LTD wagon, 2nd owner,  excellent turning condtion. $600  OBO. 686-0614. ��32w  1962 Vdvo i/w, 4 cyl. with o/d,  trailer Ntch, clean and wdl maintained. $4,450 060.865^790.  Wi  1981 Ditsun 210 station wagon,  rune wel, $450 060.885*3552.  M2w  1985 Honda Prelude, new muffler,  tune wdl. $5,500 OBO. 883*9402.  #32w  -86 Nissan Sentra, 4 dr, h/b, 5*  speed, exc. cond. $3,700 OBO.  866*6613. M2w  -81 Honda Civic for pans, $100  060.8864856. #32w  ���86 Mercury Topaz, AZR, AM/FM  cassette stereo. New brakes, muffler, battery. Exc. shape. $4300  060.6664055. Mlw  1990 Chevrolet Cavalier, 2 dr,  dandard trans. $5,200 OBO. 886-  4946 after 5pm. #32cn  ���86 Sprint, 2 dr, while. Runs great.  $2,600 OBO. 866*2031 days, ss  1985 Dodge Omni, great on gas,  good shape. $1,900 OBO. 883-  9590. #32cn  1986 Pontiac 6000.4 dr, 4 cyl.  Fuel injeded, low mileage, good  cond. $2,900 060.8854804.  #32cn  1979 MGB, no rusl, new engine,  top t exheust, low milage. $4,000.  M2cn  84 Case beckhoe 560D extension  boom, 3 buckets, great condtion.  $22,500.060.1*9784855,1-977-  7656 or 865-8869. 1320,  3-drum winch T-120 Hayes 6-cyl  Chrysler. $3,600 ��� 15 hp Merc.  $1,000,836-8669. #32cn  Cat 955 track loader $9,000.686-  7727 ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  886*2546. H  1965 Honda Prelude, new muffler,  POWER SUN ROOF, rum well.  $5,500060.883-9402.    #33cn  1966 Hyundai 4 dr 5 spd, sun roof,  90,000 km, immaculate. $2,950.  865*3591. ��33cn  73 VW beetle, new paid, carpel  carb, lud pump $1,050. Toyota  pans lor sale dw. 686*8309 alt. 6  pm. #33cn  MOMTOIKKUIS  ITOWNM  New summer hours  7��m-7pm umm  Monday thm Saturday  para rar molt makes  '91 Voyageur, V-6,7 pass. New  cond. 28,000 km. Stereo, cruise,  tit, auto, dtbag. No GST. Asking  $15,500,896*7757. M3cn  1979 Mercedes Benz 280E, Euro  modd, exc. cond. throughout. Asking $11,800.886-6365.     #33cn  '91 Lumina APB loaded. $18,500  060.8834416 or 9634392.  93381  '78 Mercedes 300 diesel, 4 dr,  auto., PW, PS, PB, sunrool, low  kms. Good cond. $5,500 OBO.  685-6346. #33cn  ���85 LTD, 4 dr, great shape inside 6  out 2nd owner. Local car. $3,000  OBO. 685-3360 by 9 pm.   #33cn  1983 Datsun 260SX, Calilomia  import and emissions. Power air  vdee, T-rool, tinted glass, gdd 4  black, exc. cond, $4300. 886-  0576. ss  1989 Ford Festiva 2 dr hatchback  Cassette 35.000 miles. $4-996  $3,995. 885*3261 DL#5936  1964 Con, AM/FM cassette, perlect mechanically, body nice.  $1,450,685*7535. M1cn  79 Horizon, 4 dr., std, new dutch,  tires. Recent Iront end wk, dean,  needs painl, $700 OBO. 866*  2620. ss#34  1989 Ford Taurus. Air. power  windows, power locks, automatic.  V6. 1 owner. 64-M96 S9.995.  885*3281. DD5936  '86 Nissan mulli, AM/FM, cass,  summer 6 winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond, $7000 060.886-0960  eves. ss  1962 Mazda RX7, good cond,  new dutch, brakes, $3100.886-  6032. ss  '79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shit kIL 323 posi, 4  whl dsc, power eveiylhing. $2,950  665-6097. ss  Sfcm-**. *-*���*  %___L     J~\  1987 Crown Victoria LTD. Loaded  $8.995.885-3281. DLI6936  84 Honda Accord, sunrod, 5 sp,  new tires. Runs good. $1,900  060.6654064. ca  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp, sunrod,  $3500080.686*7969. ll  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950080.886-3464. n  1984 Escort; standard, needs  dutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond, exc. lor parts,  $400 OBO by end el May. Call  686*2622. tire  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrod w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 060.  886*7854 aft 5.30pm, 18  1984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 Infinities.  Reliable 6 strong $5,100. CHJod  685*5166 ths  73 V.w. van. Good condition.  60,000 milei on new engine.  Some ruit. $2600 OBO. 885-  3917 ths  W Otos Ciera Brougham, loaded  pkis die player, $6795.666*7150.  ss  1991 GMC Tracker 4x4, red  w/while lop.30,000 orlgM miles  885*3261 $44-496. $9,995  DLJ5936   ���80 AMC Eagle 4x4 stn. wgn. 256  6-cyl. ai wheel drive. Strong reliable trans, virtually no rust. Needs  rt. in. wheel woik 4 en-pne over-  had. $1000 060. John 885*7199  (ly*"��ge.) Mien  75 Uncdn Continental, runs wdl,  any reasonable offer considered.  865*7718 ��33w  76 Vdvo 245 DL wagon, timing  cond, $500 060.6664557.S33W  74 Volkswagen Westlalia, new  shocks brakes, engine exc. cond,  needs tranny work, $1000 OBO.  686*6490. KOn  75 Beetle, auto, fuel inj. 1,600 cc  engine, new battery, muffler.  $1-260.686*9606. M1cn  '85 Honda Accord. PS, PB, PW,  PL, P/rod, new Iree, new exhaud,  mows on rims, cruise contrd, new  brakes. J4.500 OBO. 886-2754.   Mien  '81 Ford Fairmont, good cond.  $685,885-5768. Mien  1978 Dodge Vdare, 4 dr, $500.  865-2540. M1W  1981 blue Ford Escort, good condtion, $600.686-6916.     #31 w  1975 Comet, 5700 ml, exc. cond.;  1977 T-Bird, p/s, p/b, good cond,  $1000 OBO. 8868967 alter 5 pm.  M1w  1977 Mercury Monarch, immaculate condtion, no rusl. $2200.686-  2967. #31w  1993 Ford Escort LX 5dr hatchback, automatic, air conditioned.  818.095 511 995 685-3281.  DU5936  1961 GMC, 5 ton dump, gov't  inspected, good cond. $7,500  060.8654804. 13201  1962 4x4 Dodge 050, 2.6 I  engine, 135,000 kma. Canopy.  $1,100.885-0128 after 6pm.   M2cn  79 3/4 F250 Ford and 8.6 It.  camper, good cond, $3800 OBO.  8834113 #33w  1985 Ford 1 ton 460, piopane,  factory bunt car carrier, 20 ft. deck.  6650903 H3w  1984 F150 4X4,400 coin, straight  6, $4000.885-8656. I33w  1977 Datsun long box, exc. cond,  needs a good home, $895 OBO,  or trade lor small sailboat. 885-  0767. M3w  '78 Ford 3/4 ton. Rune wdl. Needs  work. $850 OBO. 686*2922. #31 w  1975 Dodge 1 ton, 318,4 speed,  new dutch, good running cond.  $2500OBO. 886*0969.      #31w  19613/4 ton GMC 4x4, good condition, $4000. 866*9020 or 886-  3260. M1w  1978 F150 4x4, loll ol new, no  rust, body sound, A-1 motor 30O-6  4 spd, $3000 080.885*9764.  #31w  1966 Nissan King Cab. One  owner. $6000 OBO. 8854323.  M1w  '84 Toyda Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 OBO. 886*7648.  1968 Ford Bronco II 4x4, V6,  automatic, cassette. $9995. 885-  3281 DU5936  '92 Ford Aerostar, extended XLT,  loaded. Exc. cond. $18,500 060.  Moving. 885*5317. M1cn  72 Volkswagen Van 1,600 cc,  standard. Good cond. Very reliable. $1,400 OBO. 8864546 ths  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very  clean inside 6 out, $10,000 060.  686*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $15,000 OBO. 888-3623. ss  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. ss  1986 Foid Mercury 2 dr, 8 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000060.663*2512. ss  CLEAROUT! Used lires, wheds,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  685-7167 is  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900060.886-3646 IS  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brskes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 685-7376 SS  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  863-9234. SS  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 885*1943. ss  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6.  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886*7520or886*2111. SS  '66 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond, $3995. 886-7150 or  686-3213.  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  gieen, 4 dr, 4X4 and extras,  25,000 kms. Dave 686*3678.  SSM4  'Wrecking '63 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 663*9590 eves.  M5cn  1976 Ford F-250, 360 Ci, auto.,  PS, PB, great lor hauling wood.  $600.866*8546 alter 6pm or 886*  8755 Derek. ths  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  865-7516. ss  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 885-  1949. ss  1967 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  686-7600.    ss  i80 6MC*374'ton,'r$2700��iexc.'  cond. 686*7774 or 886*3027.  ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/lank, $1000. 686*3005 8am*  5pm. th  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.686*3001.  ss  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8968204. ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.885-9301 SS  6 tt. overhead camper, 3-way  Iridge, lurnace, $600 OBO. 886-  8974. #32w  1976 LaSalle Travd Trailer, 28 It,  Iridge. stove, dr cond, oi lurnace.  $2,900,685-9306. tins  19 tt Triple E trailer, 1978. Awning,  new brakes, piopane tanks. Very  well maintained. Health torces  sale. $4,5X060.686*7420.  M2cn  '17 ft Big Fort trailer, 7.5 ft, small  P.V. camper. 686-0007.    M2cn  69 Starcratt tent trailer, sleeps 6,  stove, Icebox, excellent condition,  $3900060.686-7923.     Mlw  For rent: 13 It Bder travd trailer,  $200 weekly plus $250 d/d. 886-  5307. #33w  1974 OK motorhome, excellent  condition. Totally sell-contained.  18 1/2 It. Mud sdl. Otters. 886-  3525. Mtw  1979 Nomad travd trailer, 23 tt,  tandem axle, fully equipped.  $5800.886-2227. 131*  73 22 ft Dauphin Travel Trailer,  tandem whed, full awning, deluxe  model, fully equipped. $3,800 Day  885-9063, eves. 8651918. #31 en  27 ft, '76 Travd Traller.sleeps 4,  tully equipped incl. air cond.  Reduced Irom $4,500 to $3,500  film tor quick sale. 683*9362.  Mtcn  For Sale: city bus converted to RV  motor home, Idly contained, nice  unit. #6 pad Uptown Motel. Otters.  #31 w  1990 dx. 24' mdorhome A-1 condition. 886*9025. ss  P/U Camper, $600.665*3137 th  Awning lor travd trailer 6x16. All  the hardware. Exc. cond. $500  060.866*2342 or 1*220-5261.  M3cn  VANTASTIC DEAL! 1990 Dodge  Ram, 8 pass, window van. Exc.  cond, ideal for the baseball or  hockey team. Must sdl, offers or  takeover remainder d lease OAC.  886*7623. M3W  10 ft. Security camper, new auto,  furnace, upholstery, curtains, flooring, vents. Has 3-way fridge, vanity w/new portapotti, immaculate,  $3500 OBO. 885*9970.     M3w  14 It aluminum pontoon boat  w/motor 6 controls. $1,500.883-  2122. ��33cn  Jd Sky trailer 1991 Highlinei tandem. Galvanized. $500.6864616  att. 7 pm. ��33cn  1956 Classic Monk McQueen, 34  It, cabin cruiser. Sleeps 6, Idly sdl  contained, reasonable $12,500 or  more. On Sunshine Coast. 1*540*  9530. ��33cn  20 hp Johnson $675. Brass propeller 23 RH 25 $150.6852213.  ��33cn  197516.5 tt Double Eagle H.T.  repowered 1986, new 140 hp  Vdvo I.O. Approx 150 hrs. $5,000  spent in '93 refurbishing 4 survey.  $8,675. Trade OK. 8854031.  ���33cn  41 ft houseboat, light, heat, hot  water, shower, dove, fridge, etc.  $19,000 OBO. 686-9014.   ��32w  16 It libreglass runabout, 85 hp  motor, trailer, excdlent condition,  $2100.883*2990 mornings,    ss  20' Sangster Cuddy Cabin, tull  canvas, Iridge, stove, head, 302  Merc power and leg. $5200.666-  3036. #32w  21' x 8'4" deep-v fibreglass hull.  Lapstrake design, $2700. 885-  1935. #32cn  New 131/2 It. Glasply runabout on  trailer, lifted tarp, upholstered  seats. 885*7667. ��33w  33 ft. diesel cruiser, live-aboard,  excellenl condtion, $16,000. #33w  14 ft. f/g sailboat, 2 sails and  Sabot mast and sail. 885-7076.  ���32w  15 ft. Starcratt libreglass boat.  Road Runner Trailer, 40 h.p. Merc  outboard. -Good shape, except  outboard. $2000.886*3936. #32w  Sailboat hull. 20' Fhcka type, ballasted. $1,500 OBO. 886*7400.  (32cn  Dantotth anchor, LS dog Unas, dry  slack exhaust system. Folding  boat seats, 2*1/2 hp salvage  pun*p, VHF 4 CB radios. Lifejack*  els, ski rope, maiine hardware,  etc. 666-2561. #32cn  Windsurfer Hy Fly Novs $600  060.885*3623. ss  16 ft sailboat. Larson. dUel/glaas  hull, twin dagger boards, twin  tillers, alum, mad, two sails, trailer, adj. o/b bracket. Good cond.  First $1,200 takes it. 886-3473 or  944*1123. #32cn  6 ft. Sabot style wood rowboat.  Exc. cond, $250.865*9230.#33w  8 horse Mariner mdor, like new  cond, $1000.686*3267.   Mien  17 tl 4 in. Kellahan liahing  machine, wdded aluminum, entr.  consde, 60 hp Merc, Road Runner trlr., VHF, sounder. $11,500.  866-8482. M2cn  Older 10 ft Camper Trailer, alum,  etc. $600 OBO. 886*7400.13201  25' sailboat, marine plywood,  structurally sound, needs work,  $600 OBO 866-2922.      Mtcn  16 It Lund aluminum boat. 20 h.p.  Merc trailer, all ready lot lishing,  $2400.685*2210. Mlw  19 ft. Campion HT, 115 Merc. 06,  head, sounder, bail tank, radio,  etc. Road Runner trailer,  $9500.835-2157. I33w  21 ft. l/g sailboat, Mercury outboard, head, sink, sleeps 4. A dee  tidy weekender, $4000.883-2015.  M3w  14 It. FG sailboat and trailer, 3  sails, lilejacket, boat cover, $500.  883*2075. M3w  12 tt aluminum libreglass boat,  excellent condition, $350. 885-  0679. #31w  14 1/2 ft libreglass and wood,  sound hull, $175.886*2815.��31w  Fishing 6 Irailering package: 1980  8 cylinder GMC truck, automatic  trans, eledhc doors 6 windows,  air, 112,750 km, cruise, trailer  brakes, hitch, canopy. 12' Lund  boat, oars, boat loader, 7 1/2 hp  Mercury 5 gal. gas tank, Minkota  electnc battery, maximizes $6500  OBO. 6668644. #31w  26' M.V. libreglass, Chrysler  power, dual controls, low post,  excellent pleasure, crew or woik  boat. $9000 060.686-2454.M1W  12 loot Sportsman libreglass, 6  h.p. Johnson low hours mdor on  trailer, $1250.865-3542.    M1w  24 ft. boat, command bridge h/d  steering, no power, $2500 or trade  lor van. Plus 9 ft. rowboat with 15  n.p. Chrysler o/b, runs greet, $500.  Call AJ 6864017. Mlw  22 toot fibreform Continental haid  lop, due 4 white, Ids d new stuff.  Willing to trade tor trawl trailer or  cash. $6000 060.8654764.M1W  22' Lynnwood 81 Express, 260  h.p. Volvo Penta, 260 leg, s/u  head, propane stove, Iridge,  winch. Excdlent all-weather lishing boat. 15 h.p. Merc, $17,400  OBO. Berthed at Secret Cove 922-  6885 alter 6 pm. #31 w  SECMU.I MMIIE  SUIWtllTB.  captain llll man.  M C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.YC   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  115 hp Mercury OB. Inline 6-cyl.  Can be test driven. Runs great.  $1,500 lirm. 8864529.     M1cn  26 tt. Unitly fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  tish Under, lots ol extras. George  6864139. II  19M VANAMERA. Chev Travd  Van. 4 captain chairs, sofa bed.  Loaded. Only 77,000 kms Mint  cond. Asking $12,000. 886-2342  or cdl #1*220*5261. SS  1973 GMC camper special, runs  good. Ph. alter 5 pm 686*3876.  13301  '65 Nissan H/D long box P/U. 5  spd. Locking canopy, AM/FM  cass. 50,000 kms. One owner, PB,  PS, lilt, good tires ��� ideal lor  tradesman. No GST. Asking  $4,000.666-7757. Economical  camper avail, to fit. #33cn  1960 Ford F350 Tradesman van.  V-8, auto. Runs great. $1,000  OBO. 8864127 (eves).     M3cn  '92 Dodge Dakota ext. cab. wort.  Magnum V6.5 spd. White. 18,000  km. $14,000080.865*2478.  13301  1965 CJ5, runs wdl, 4x4, good lor  hunting, $1600 OBO. 866*9792.  ���32w  1985 Bronco 4x4, $5300. Phone  666*9014. #32w  1990 Jeep YJ Islander, soft top 4  bikini. 5 ip, 6 cyl. Only 39,000 km.  Yellow. $11,995. 666-3249 alter 7  pm. M2cn  when you  pay for 12 insertions  All classified* must be  pre-paid before insertion  usr  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either lhe Mondoy ot Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 tents  (or eoch oddilional word.  Free: lost, Found & Ftee  Sure Sell Classifieds  $17 up to 10 words  $ / 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 damned deadline ��� No' available fot coffinwcfof bctorttwi  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Wookondor  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUESDAY  Gibsons 886*2622 Sechelt 885-3930  ���MAUb  -,i.-,,' : : : 18  Coast News, August 2,  1993  16 tt. Martin Bowrider 60 HP  Mariner, 6 HP aux. w/trailer. tull  canvas winter tarp. lish tinder,  down rigger. 865-7917.      ��33w  1975 50 HP Johnson outboard. For  details phone 665*9326. 1975 75  HP Johnson outboard. For details  phone 885-9326. Mien  17 fi Hourslon Glasscrah w/90 HP  Johnston and trailer, now soft top.  steering and control cables, $2600  OBO. 8654890. #33w  Laser located in Secret Cove. Sails  and hull in excdlent condtion. !���  965-6606. #33w  1966 21 It Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, lully equipped lor fish*  ing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. ss  Baylinei 24' C/B. rebuilt engine. 4  hrs., new upholstery. UHF CB, 2  deplh sounders. $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  18 It. Davidson sailboat. 4 sails, fin  keel. 7.5 Honda. $3000 686-9224  ss  18 tl. F/G Vdvo I/O tandem axle  trailer. $3600.883-2297.        ss  24  It.  Cabin  Cruiser,  new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  slove, sleeps 4. $5500.863-9253.  ss  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  886*3490. 1-977-7349 toll-lree  pager. ss  Coronado 15. trailer, similar to  Lasei. nice sailboat $1600. 886-  3490.1-977-7349 toll-lree pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boal. $1700. 886*3490,1*977-  7349 toll-free pager. ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair seivice. 8855278.  tm  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2O-304O-5O-70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort. 863*2456.     tin  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold. $3500.886-3457. ss  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adult communily  Rents Irom $235/mo.  For into, call  597*3322  tin  10x56 W/Bxl? addition. 2 bdrms,  Airtight wood stove, small air con*  ditioner, newly painled. 4 appl,  dder deep freeze 6 storage shed,  localed in Madeira Park nr. shopping centre 4 school. Pad rent  $200. Asking $13,000.883*9062.  ���33cn  1978 14x70 mobile home at  S.C.M.H.P., 3 bdrm.. w/d ind. asking $27,500 OBO. Home: 886-  8456 work: 886*7124.       #33w  For sale by owner 14x70 It mobile  home located in beautilul Big  Maple Trailer Park. Contains 2 lge  bdrms, 2 lull baths, pantry, new  carport. S. F, W. D. Bnght space 6  very dean. $45,000. To view, call  885*5929. #33cn  Instant house all ready to put on  your own property. Beautilul well-  cared tor modular home. 24x32.  bay window, sundeck, 2 BR. etc.  Bought new i960 by n/s senior  who is now returning lo England.  Very wdl insulated, c/w appliance.  furnishings. Valued al $34,000  OBO.686-2513or886-921t.M1w  7714x66, stove, fndge. W/D. must  be moved, $23,500.886-7013. ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnght. spacious layout, excdlent condition, very dean,  newly painted 6 renovaled featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. It. deck, fridge 6 stove  included, washer 4 dryer optional.  Excdlent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*6095. $39,900. Call lo  view. this  '81 14x70 ��� 3 bdrm. 1 1/2 bath,  $21,000. Musl be moved. 885*  7401.  '92 CR 125, exc. cond. 2 new bres.  Kevler seal, lots ol extras. 886-  8190. #31cn  1986 CR60, $450 OBO; 1983  Maxim 350. $800 OBO. 886*2322.  SSI34  1978 Honda 400. good cond.,  spare bike tor parts $600 lakes all.  686*7722 leave message,    ttns  '81 HARLEY. Totally redone. A  MUST SEE. $10,000 OBO. Serious enquiries only. 886-0307   ss  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond..  $6000.886*7464. SS  '91 Honda CR250. Many exlras.  $3.000.6864746. SS  1965 Kawasaki Ninia like new.  otters. 886*8622. ss  1962 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 885-9512 ss  '89 Suzuki 500E. Light, excdlent  handling sport bike, immac. cond.,  low kms. New comp tires, $2500.  885-7395. ��33w  Reliable working lamily need 4  bdrm house ASAP, near Sechelt.  n/s. 8854779 or 886-2366. #32w  Wnler wants quiet, very private  cabin oi small house Sept. 6 Oct..  longer il rent is low. Furn. or  unlurn.. nothing fancy, anywhere  on Coast. 669-5672. #33w  Woman in early 40's with small  dog seeks shared accommodations. N/S 885-0945 or Iv. mess.  683-2423. ��33w  Single, employed male, smoker, no  pets, with rets seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably lumished, preferably in Sechell Unfurnished Gibsons suite OK loo. Reply lo Box  393. c/o Coasl News, Box 460.  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.        tins  Wanled to renl Space suitable for  small, pnvale lile drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-  9665.Annie. tins  3 bdrm., partly lurnished. Langdale, $650  3 bdrm. lumished waleilront, Rbls.  Ck. 10 mo. lease, $1500.  Sueeex Realty Property Management, Dan Austin M5-329S.  M1cn  Central Gibsons, 1200 sq. ll.  $450.1*248-3776. ttn  2 bdrm. watertront cottage lurnished. electric heat, large deck.  $650/mo. 885-0523. #33w  Bright new one bedroom avail  mmed. $500 neg. 886-8446.   #33cn  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio 6  skylight. Utilities nd ind. $550/mth.  886*7018. TFN  WATERFRONT GIBSONS  New 1 bdrm 6 2 bdrm, lumished  houses, avail, immediately. $700 8  $850.1*737*2136 or 686*9518.  ���33cn  3 bdrm w/sludy, 2 blocks to terry 5  appl's. large deck w/vie'w. FP. gardener. New carpet 6 painl etc  $650 686-9272 or page 1-978  1164. I33cn  5 bdrm home in W. Sechell on 3  acres w/possible nanny suile  Available Sepl 18-Oct 1. $1,000  per mo. plus utilities. Rels req  865*2213. #33cn  Halfmoon Bay watedront, cozy.  lully furnished, 1 bdim house, sheltered moorage, avail Sept 1, No  pels. $500 per mo. 685-2661 or 1-  944*0194. #33cn  Distinctive top quality townhome.  great Sechelt location. Brand new.  spacious, 2 bdim w/ensuites, gas  l/place, private patio, 5 appl's.  garage, NIP, N/S. $760.942*3654.  #33cn  3 bdrm suite $650 per mo 6 2  bdrm bsmt suite $550 per mo. Bdli  share utilities 4 laundiy. In Sechell.  N/P. Rels. required. 885*0578.  #33cn  W. Sechdt, upper levd d house.  Huge LR. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, garage.  N/S, N/P, rets. req. $850��utilities.  Available Aug. 1.434-3081 (Mon*  Wed). 8854672 (Thurs-Sun).l32w  W. Sechelt, giound levd sdl-contained suite, 1250 sq. It., 2 bdims,  5 appl. suitable lor responsible  couple, n/p, n/s, rels. req. $585  plus 1/2 utilities. 6852995. #32w  Detached cottage, Roberls Creek,  lurnished $550. unlumished $480,  includes hydro. 886-0478.   M2w  Central Sechelt, 2 bdrm 6 den  house, new throughout, avail.  Aug., lease, n/s, n/pets, rels. req.  $900. Reply Box 2432, Sechdt.  M2w  Gibsons seml'lumished bachelor  suile, avail. Aug. 1/93.666*2202.  M2w  Waterlront cabin, Granthams  Landing, short term rental only,  sleeps 2. Daily/weekly rates. 886-  9236. ��32w  2 bdrm. house with loll In  Redrooffs, SBOO/mo Rels req.  8854452. #33w  Ideal for tamily. Roberts Creek,  new 3 bdrm.. 5 appis.. easy access  lo lishing, golf, beach, no pets,  N/S. Asking $13CO/mo. 885-0128.  ���33w  Bonniebrook area, 3 bdrm, 2 up, 1  down, 2 baths, rec room, sauna,  t/s, w/d 6 d/w. Avail. Aug. 1. By  appoint only 685-5310     #32w  1986 Honda 4 tracs 125. Like new.  2 whed drive. Reverse. $2,100.  886*9770. ��33cn  '65 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new. 20,000 km.  $3,500.886*4616 alt. 7 pm.    ss  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Mud have own location  ' '5% down or we wil  take your trade, car  boat etc.  Call collect  597-3322 tfn  1962 Yamaha V-lwin 750 exlras,  excellenl shape, 15,000 kms.  $1800.665*5405. ss32w  FZ 600, 86, only 13,000 km, new  tires, a real eye catcher, exc.  cond., incl. $500 malching helmet  and gloves. $3700.866*0405.  Mlw  Seeking rental or lease-to-pur* Avail. Sept 1.3 bdrm house w/lge  chase, large home on acieage -leek 4 f/p on Gibsons Bluff. 1 yr  from Gibsons-Secret Cove area. |ease. $750/mo. 1*266*1501. Open  941-9980. *******    lor viewing Aug 1 42lrom 1-3 pm.  305 Georgia Dr. #33cn  2 bdrm house, big yard, pnvate  $650 month. 683*2126.     >33cn  Wanted lo share, m/l couple, new  2 bdrm house, Gibsons. $450.  Diane Baron 886*6107 or 1-294*  2214. , ��31cn  New luxurious 2 bdim townhouse,  3 baths, 4 appl., garage, f/p.'rvp.  Avail. Sepl. 1/93. $600. 1-942-  1219 evenings #32w  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  1 bdrm in my home, large yard,  quid, responsible, working person  preferred. Roberts Crk. Written  refs. req'd. 685*2343.      ��31cn  Avail. Sept. 1. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 3  yr.dd home, $875; 2 bdrm., 2 bath  almost new lownhse., $800. Bolh  incl. 4 apd. Gibsons. 886-6206.  <33w  Available immediately, two bedroom apartment central Gibsons,  $550 per month heat induded.  Central Gibsons, three bedroom  apl includes heat, $650 per month.  Lower Road. Roberts Cteek, lower  floor of house, one bedroom, $400  plus utilities.  Roberts Creek Watedront Estate,  two bedrooms and den, $1.200 per  month.  Two bedroom side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedioom side by side duplex,  $400 per month.  One bedroom apartment, central,  renl indudes heat and hot water,  $525.  One bedroom apartment, central,  waiertront, $400 per month plus  utiles. ������ t*l  ���  j QHWlt REALTY LTtt." "  I   "'''$86*3330       "*">"  tm  NEW APTS ON WHARF RD.  Two bedim with balcony, 4 appl's,  laundry rm 4 security door. Three  available. 4800/mo. dus utilities.  Rd. req'd. 6654103.    #32cn  Gibsons. 1 BR, l/p, skylights, harbour, mountain view. $500. Plus -  also 1 BR grnd. Iir. $350 plus.  Arthur. 685*9859. M2cn  2 BR, bright, Gibsons Harbour  view. $550 Incl. Housekeeping  room $225. Arthur. 885*9859.  #32cn  2 bdrm apt. lower Gibsons. New  building. Idly carpeted. Mini-blinds.  laundry. Opposite Gibsons Marina.  Easy wdk to shops 6 beach. $740.  886*3420. M2cn  1 bdrm apts. Lower Gibsons. New  kitchen 6 bathrm. Quid 6 secure.  Wdk to all amenities. Fully carpeted, laundry. $560 6 $620. 886-  3420. #32cn  BEST ON THE COAST  1 bdrm view apt. opposite Gibsons  Marina. New building, wall lo wall  carpet, laundiy, close to dl amenities. $680.886*3420.      #32cn  2 bdrm W/F house $650.11-mos.  lease. 657 Gower Pt Rd. Avail.  Sept 1.222*8563. #32cn  Furnished 2 bdrm home. Olf  Gower Pt Rd. Lovely view, few  mins. to beach. Rds. please. 886-  9778 aller Aug 1 call 1*245-3201.  #32cn  Roberts Creek. Absdutdy immac.  home. 2 BR, kitch, LR, 2 baths up,  rec room, small bed, bath 6 laundry down. F/P, quiet 4 private.  Gardener's delight. Good rets. No  pets, N/S. Suit prof, or retired couple. 1435*6169. Avail. Sept t.  ��32cn  1 bdrm sell-cont. suite. Reduced  renl or extra money in exchange  for some baby sitting. $450. 885-  7881. >32cn  Large 3 bdrm bsmt view home,  Gibsons area. New carpets, Ireshly  painted. Very nice, long term,  $1000/mo. Avail, immed.  Clean 2 bdrm mobile with view,  Sandy Hook. $600/mo long term.  Avail, immed.  2 bdrm duplex, Sargeants Bay.  Large yard. Long term, $600/mp.  Avail. Aug. 16.  1 bdrm. furnished, view apart. Joky  Roger, $600/mo.  Deluxe new 2 bdtm. basement  suite wilh great view ot Howe  Sound. Private entrance and deck,  5 mins. to lerry, N/S, rels. req.,  avail. Sept. 1.886-7490     #33w  Halfmoon Bay, rancher 3 bdrms. ���  den, private wilh garden and woodland, backing wilderness park,  near beach, N/S, N/P, long term  dependable tenants. Refs essential, avail. Sept. 1, $650 + utils.  685*5784. #33w  Small trailer, suitable lor 1 adult,  Cedars Trailer Court. 885-3313.  ��33w  3 bdim. waterfront with backyard,  Gun Boat Bay, $750 lease. 1-732-  8745. #33w  2 bdrm. waterlront apt. in Secret  Cove, avail. Sept. 1. Rels req.,  $550 + utils. Please call 685*9368.  ���34w  Brand new 2 bdrm. apts., Inlet  Ave., 5 appl., balconies, security.  Avail. Sept. 1,$675/mo. 685*9417  days. ��33w  CONDOMINIUM SALES  ASSISTANT  Park Rise, a new condominium  project in Glbaons, requires a  mature, enthusiastic salesperson  to host daily open houses and  assist local realtors. Applicants  should have previous sales experience in project selling. Please  send resume to: Baseline, 1400 ���  400 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC  V6C3G2. #32w  ' WORKING  IN TRADES  - a 9 month program open  to both men and women is  looking for a Carpentry  Instructor lor 8 weeks in the  fall (approx. 18 hours a  week). Applicants musl be  experienced in this trade  ana interested in teaching.  Please send resumes to  "Working in Trades" Box  514. Gibsons.  Closing dole bAug. 21.  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  REAL1Y LTD.  Don Sutherland  8864107  3 bdrm. mobile home, new carpet.  new lino. N/S, W/D incl., $600.  886-0447 or 686*9421.     ��31cn  Hopkins Landing. Pdnt Rd. Unfurnished 4 bdrm house. Avail,  immed. $600/mo. 886-282B.#31cn  Gibsons. Cozy 3 bdrm ��� den, avail.  Aug 1. View, garden, deck, 5 apd.  $850. 3 blks Iron lerry. N/S. Rels.  277*4725. .      #31cn  Gibsons. Spacious 1 bdrm, gorgeous view. $375 plus utilities.  255-2044. #31cn  1 bdrm waterlront, view suite,  bright, clean, laundry, balcony etc.  $325,883*9177. #31cn  New 1 bdrm suite.Farnham Rd.  Inq: 886-4942. #31cn  Fully lurnished sludio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  Irom Gibsons Yacht Club 6 Marina. 886*3343. tfn  NRS Sechelt Properly  32 Commerc  For Rent  ���tfn  e-lZmtA*-, BCYCNA  r ' ���**?r*l B��nSM  taa  COLUMBIA  .AMD YUKON  COMMUMrV  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER AT 604-88J5-2622 -}rf  319  $225-  $4.00 each additional avoad  25  wads  AUCTION  GUN AUCTION featuring  Tom Bongalis Collection.  August21*22,10am. Great  West Inn, Red Deer, AB.  Plctoral catalogue $20.  Phone (403)3*47-7301. Fax  347*7683, Bud Haynes Auctioneers.   AUTO  ENGINES FROM $996. for  cars and trucks. Complete  rebuilds with new parts. 6Yr/  120,000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down-Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 7  Daya. 872*0641.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Guaranteed Rebuilds.  6 Cyl from $995. ��� V8 from  $1,095.6yr. 120,000 Km limited warranty. 580-1050 or 1-  800*665-3570, 12345-114  Ave. Surrey. BCAA Approved   F-250,4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up to $1500. cash  rebate. 0' down O.A.C.  Payments from $189/month.  Phone Grant collect 538-  9778. Dealer #8367.  BULDINOSUPPUE8  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French Doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collecl to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at (6041266*1101.        BUSINESS  BUSINESS IN THE GLUE?  Small buainaaa turnaround  expert. Faat objective pro-  feesionel. Bualneaa Plans,  Budgets, Marketing, Financing Proposals Win Iravel.  Call/Fax John (604)743-  9371, Box 414, Duncan, B.C.  V9L3X5,   business opporminTies  $$$OPPORTUNITY$$$Hot  tub rental business. Starting  at $1,995. Recover Investment with 10 rentals. Fulltime or supplement current  Income. Call 1-800-865-3132  for Information.  Anyone intereated in Vinyl  Flooringfor sundecks with the  idea c* starting theirovvndeal-  erehip please call 420-9876.  FOR LEASE: Resort on Vancouver Island on Island Highway, Fanny Bey. Waterfront  Marina, Restaurant RVPark.  13 Cablna. 3-year lease.  Beautiful and profitable.  (804)335-2333.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  FOR SALE: OPERATING  PAWN SHOP in boom town  Courtenay, Vancouver Island.  Best location, big profits, approximately $150,000 stock.  5-year lease. Sacrifice  $75,000! Serious inquiries  only. Days (604)338-4350  Nights (604)335*2333.  PROFIT WITH THE LAND  DEVELOPERS! 900 people  per week are crowding into  the last remaining space in  the Lower Mainland of B.C.  The Greater Vancouver Regional District says that 'At  expected rates of development, the land currently identified for singlefam iry housing  will be built to capacity by  about 2006*. Find out how  you can profit from this land  squeeze. Call for free brochure (604|681*7787 or 1-  800-668-3565.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  Intimacy for lhe 90s Pretty  ladies share their X-citing  photos and private fantasies  For discreet info write:  KAREN, Box 670-GB.  Kelowna, B.C. VIY 7P4.  Adults Only Please!  EDUCATION  OUT OF WORK? Need a  Job? Apartment/Condominium Managers needed  throughout B C Wewilltrain  you at home! Start today  R.M.T.I. 681-5456 or 1-800*  665*8339.   FREE CAREER OPPORTU-  NITIES' GUIDE. Train-at-  home careers: Accounting,  Airconditioning, Bookkeeping,  Business, Electronics, Law  Enforcement, Medical Secretary, Paralegal, Travel Etc.  404*999 Canada PL, Vancou*  ver (604)685-8923.  IA.  LEARN STONE MASONRY.  2 Waek CAREER course in  Stone Masonry and Small  Business or one day basic  Stone Masonry course. Gift  certificates available. Call  Kootenay Stone Masonry  Training, Box 486, Salmo,  B.C. V06IZO. 357*9515.   EMPLOYMENT OPP.  $2,000. OR MORE DAILY  from your telephone answering machine by using my free  tapea. It'a easy. Cal for  Amazing Recorded Details.  (416)609-7084, (416)609-  7041, (416)609-7042.  One of the Fastest Growing  Compenies In the world needs  sales personnel. Company  ties only been in Canadasince  June/93. Phone Ken  (604)682*112210, interview.  DOUG MARSHALL MOTOR  City, 11044*100 Street  Grande Prairie, ABT8V2N1.  GM Dealership requires  Licenced Auto Technician  with GM training. Contact J  Hunt (403)532-9333.  EMPLOYMENT OPP.  NEWNES MACHINE LTD. A  leader in the manufacture of  Automated Sawmill Equipment has immediate openings (or Fabricators. Applicants must have minimum of  5 yrs fabrication experience.  Shift work will apply. Please  send resume & references  to: Human Resource File  ��� FA93-003, P.O. Box 8,  Salmon Arm B.C. VIE4N2or  Fax 832-5537. No phone  calls please.   FINANCE   Government Grants & Loans.  Billions of dollars are made  available to new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  get your share.   Call now  (6041756-2721.    FOR SALE MISC.   Septic Tanks D-Boxes  pumpout chambers  POLYETHLENE WATER  TANKS, pumps, fittings. Any  water related products  MANUFACTURED by  CANWEST PLASTICS. SURREY Toil-free pager 1-977-  5983 coll today 596-0608. .  NINTENDO, Super-  NINTENDO. Genesis. Sega.  Gameboy. Game-Gear cartridges. Sega CDs New/  Used. We buy, sell. Free  price lists! AJs Video Game  Exchange (Canada's Largest)! 1-800-463-7529 (1-600-  OOO-PLAY).  Lovestuffi Lingerie Lid.. 114-  20151 Fraser Hwy. Langley.  B.C V3A 4E4. (604)533*  4660. ADULTS ONLY. Free  catalogue. Lotions, Novelties. Enclose $4 postage 4  handling, refundable on first  purchase.  WATER! WATERI WATER!  It's going lo be adry summer!  Ask for colour brochure.  B.C.'s largest manufacturer  of polyethylene water storage and septic tanks. Premier Plasties, 107-917  Cliveden, Delta. V3M 6E8.  1-800-661*4473.  STEEL BUILDINGS ��� Even  with Dofasco raising prices  we're maintaining ours until  Inventory depleted. 025X30'  $4,962.; S.KWMO' $6,454.;  including Doors, Endwalls,  GST, Freight to Vancouver.  Future 1*800-668*5111.  URINE-ERASE GUARANTEES REMOVAL urine (dog,  cat, human) stains, odours.  Regardless stain agel Free  brochure! Reidell Chemicals  Ltd., Box 7500, London, Ont.  N5Y 4X8.  HEALTH  HERPES CURE ��� Money  back guarantee. For information send S.A.S E to: Perfect Health Sales. Box 1539.  1139 Lonsdale Ave. North  Vancouver. BC  V7M 2H4.  SkTn LASER SUF1GERY for  the non-scarring removal of  spider veins, birthmarks, tattoos, age spots. Call the Skin  Laser Centre at Arbutus in  Vancouver at 731-5512 for  information.  HELP WANTED  MARKETING MANAGER required by growing Skidoo/  Sea-Doo Dealer. This position needs an agressive self-  starter with experience in  snowmobiling and personal  water craft. Send resume to:  H Bepple, 421 McGill Rd  Kamloops, B.C. V2C IM4.  BUTCHER with Management  Skills required. Apply with  resume to McDonald's Store  Ltd., Box 99. New Hazelton.  B.C. VOJ 2JO or call John  842*5558 days. 842-5568  evenings.  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE In  stock, countertops/vanlties  also. Kitchen Craft Factory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Warehouses. 4278  Lougheed, Burnaby 298-  9277. 1668 Spall Rd���  Kelowna 860-6638 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114. _  MACHINERY  PACIFIC FORKLIFT SALES  LTD. (Eat. 1972) Dozens ot  good used forklifts available.  LP, Gas, Diesel, Electric. We  Buy Tool (604)533*5331, Fax  (604)533-4563. Eves Terry  Simpson (604)535*1381.  MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory Direct. 'Custom Buil". Priced from $41.  sq.ft. Top dollar for trades.  Many used units available.  Noble Homes (403)447*3414  1993 REGENT 14' wide 3  bedroom, 2 bath., $45,900.  including delivery to Central  B.C. Also, used 14' wide  mobiles starting $10,000.  Homes Canada (403)286*  2488.  NOTICE  POETRYCONTEST$12,000  in prizes. Possible publication. Send one original poem  20 lines or less to: National  Library Of Poetry, Box 704-  ND.Owmgs Mills, Md 21117  PERSONAL  SENIORS don't have to be  impotent. Men! If you are not  up to it, contact Performance  Medical, Box418,Valemount,  BC VOE 2ZO. Toll-tree 1-  800-663*0121. No age limit.  Money-back guarantee.  IS YOUR BODY A TOXIC  WASTE DUMP? Boost your  thinking ability: Read 'Clear  Body, Clear Mind*, L.Ron  Hubbard $28. Dianetics, 401  W. Hastings, Vancouver. V6B  1L5 681*0318.  WHEN YOUR CHILD ASKS  WHAT IS GOD? How do you  answer? Learn a personal  spiritual exercise. It will help  you find your own answers.  Call ECKANKAR into line 1*  800-667-2990.  REALESTATE  NEW HOMES CMHC.  Standards from $55 Sq.ft.  Quality engineered real  houses factory-built for your  site. 2X6 walls. R40/R20  Insulation. Showhomes-De-  Mac Home Sales, Surrey  (604)597*2181  BY OWNER: Approx. 10  Acres, Zoned R5 Multi Family. Peachland B.C. Panoramic view of Lake Okanagan  Phone: (604)767*9611,  (604)767*2465.  B.C LAND. For Sale by  Owner, 100 Properties.  Oceanfront, Lakefront,  Streams, Ranchland located  throughout B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  available. Free brochure.  Niho Land & Cattle Company  433*5545.   SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury clalma. Joel A Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Call  free: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency fees available.  Simon, Wener 6 Adler.   TRAVEL   "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER** Weekends A Hok*  daya stay with "Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals**. Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi A Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE 1*800-667-  5529.   TRUCKS   Logan Coach, 4 Star  Aluminum, Horae A Stock  Trailers. Starting at $149/  month. Dodge Cummlngs  Diesel, Club 4 regular cabs.  Financing at 5.9%. LARRY  HOLMES, 649-8965, MAPLE  RIDGE Chrysler. DL5564.  Watertront 2 bdrm cottage, Wilson  Creek, f/p, furnished, elec. heat,  lease Sept. 1 to June 1, n/s. $700.  1-263*6996. Mlw  2 bdrm waterfront cottage, Halfmoon Bay, Sepl. 1 to June 1,  $400/mo. 885-0553 or 1*266-6436.  Mlw  Adult complex, brand new town-  house, over 1400 sq. IL, 2 baths,  gas fireplace, all appliances,  $850/mo. 886*7222. Mlw  Upper Gibaona, 2 bdrm, brighl,  sunny, all appis., $500.885*3277.  ��31w  ROBERTS CREEK  2 bdrm waterfront, a/c cottage.  Quiet localion. Weekly rental. 886-  4584. Mlw  Waterfront house, Hopkins Landing. Easy walk to lerry. Furnished II  required. $1000/mo. Available  Sepl. to June. N/S, N/P. Rels.  req'd. 886-8919. Mlw  New 3 level 2 bdrm n/s house, w/d,  d/w, 1 1/2 belhs, huge deck. Sept.  1,$753/mo. 886*7955.      Mlw  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm expensively lumished or unfurnished, ocean  front condo. All appis., fireplace,  rec. facility, adult complex.  $l00OAno. Long term lease desirable. Call Andrea 885-4111. #33w  Waterfront near Lang. leim. 2 BR  bungalow suitable lor cpl. F/P,  elec. ht. Fully turn. incl. dishes,  bedding etc. Avail. Sept '93 to  June'94. Rent $650 mo. plus utilities. Rel. req"d. 886*2069. #31cn  1 bdrm suite, private ground level  entrance, water view. 6347 N. Gale  Rd. 8856396. $55CVmo incl.  #31cn  3 BR view home. 2,200 sq ft living  area in high quality subdiv. near  Gibsons. Close to beaches,  schools, etc. Non-smoking, rels.  req'd. $950 per mo. 886-3575.  Mtcn  Shared Accom. North Rd., Gibsons, short teen/ideal lor mill student, avail. Sept. 1, Ind. uHs, NTS,  $350. Call after 6pm. 8868095.  tfns  Gbeons Specious 1 bdrm. Apt  In 2 yr. building. Garden level, 4  appis., walking distance to all  amenities, avail, immed. $575 incl.  heat 4 hydro. 296*5215.    M3w  30X50WORKSHOP  Close lo Gibsons. 2 bay woikshop  that may be. 'anted in hall or lull.  Use lor storage, small business,  or? 885*4490. tin  LOWER QIBSONS  Ollice, heat/light incl, $175. 886-  2568. #33w  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' celling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq tt  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 666*2663 days, 886*9075  eves. tfn  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 8854663. tfn  Industrial woikshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq.lt. unit, $475/mo.  921*6751. ttn  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tm  Island Green Forestry Services Is  inviting applications for the posilion  of Juvenile Spacer. Applicant will  have: a minimum of one lull season experience, all related equipment and relerences. Please  respond wilh resume to A-1096  Goldstream Ave., Victoria V9B  2Y5.478*5795. #32w  Required immed., experienced  cook/chef, salary negotiable, also  secretary/front desk person and  weekend housekeeper, part time  dishwasher. Apply in person Lord  Jm's Resort Hotel. ��33w  ACTION: ALCOHOL AND DRUG  COUNSELLING SOCIETY,  SECHELT  seeks an experienced Co-lacUitator  to work within an assaultive men's  group. The successlul applicant  will be woiking with a Senior Therapist. Duties will include some  preparation, interviewing, cc-lacili-  tatton and tollowup. Evening work  required. Qualifications: Prelerred  applicants will have a minimum of  a BA. in a social science, experience in the counselling field and  proven group work experience. An  understanding of the dynamics of  men's counselling, group woik and  violent behaviour. Pay will be $25  per hour to a maximum ol 200  hours over a 12 month period. This  will be a contracted position. The  successful applicant is subject to  satisfactory relerences, including  police record review; certain police  records may preclude appointment. Closing date is August 13,  1993. Please forward resumes lo:  Mr. Ron Breadner, c/o Action Alcohol and Drug Counselling Society,  P.O. Box 2647, Sechett, B.C. VON  SAO. M1cn  Distributors wanted tor home, vehicle, personal security systems. Call  1*858*2165. Mlw  VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST /  ASSISTANT required. Full time or  pan time position available Aug.  1/93. Computer and reception  experience mandatory. Veterinary  experience prelerred. Please drop  oil or mall resume. Eagle Ridge  Veterinary Hospital, P.O. Box  1370, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.M1w  A pianist to accompany occasional  ballet classes. 885*2263.   #31cn  Travel Consultant  A growing Iravel agency requires  an experienced consultant. Must  be a 'team player.' Please send  resume to P.O. Box 369. Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. ttn  Part time bakery helper needed.  Bakery, cake decorating, experience needed. Duties will include  donul frying, packaging, customer  service and cake decorating. Apply  in person at SuperValu bakery,  Thurs. 6 Fri., Aug. 5 4 6. 9am*  1pm. tin  Full lime experienced waitress  wanted. Please call 886-9219  between 2-4pm. ttn  ASSISTANT HATCHERY  MANAGER 4  SENIOR HATCHERY  TECHNICIANS  A dynamic and lully integrated  Aquaculture company operating on  lhe West Coast ol Vancouver  Wand is accepting applications lor  the above positions. The successful applicants must have a minimum of 3 years experience in all  aspects of hatchery incubation,  and tha rearing of Chinook 4  Atlantic salmon. Post-secondary  schooling would be an asset.  Salary 4 benefits will be commensurate with education 4 experience. Please submit applications  to: Pacilic National Group, Wood  Trade Cenlre, #760*999 Canada  Place, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3E1.  ��31cn  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy woik. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  ext. A74: tfn  SUNDECK SPECIALIST  For your cuslom deck and a no-  obligation in-home estimate, call  ���The Woodsman' at 9259021.  ��31w  DOWN TO  EARTH  Gardening Services  We specialize in  working with people  not lor Ihem.  Kathryn Muuells  885-3458  Shiriow House Cleaning. We aim  lo meet your needs. 886*4614.  ���33w  Carpel and lino installation and  repairs. 885-0191. #33w  Quality Woodwork  Home Remodelling. Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality woik al an affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht  885*3372. #33w  lenovotioni" Sundecks  Carporls'losements  4 mere  Guaranteed prices  A workmanship  JOI M6-91S7  Need your grass cut or rubbish  removed? Call C.N.L. yard cleanup, vary reasonable rales. 886*  4536 M3w  SUNSHINE COAST  ENGINEERING LTD  Cuslom home designs and drawings. Prolessional engineers  reports, commercial designs. Project Management. 886-4743.#33w  *NMI sports  Coast News, August 2, 1993  19  ,\.���/    \     '<  s     ,'-��� Ay  ^������w   .    4^  4 th ^  Gibsons Peewee Allslars won their zone and played In provincials this past weekend. Photo submitted  by Wendy Haddock  Monday Mixed Twilight, July 20.  1st low gross John Cameron, Pat Mitchell, Ban Dillabough and  Wendy Haddock.  2nd low gross John Willcock, Carol Reid, Marvin Boyter & Cathy  McQuitty. ,  3rd low gross Bruce Patrick, Lois Haddon, Ev Tapio and Bobo  Sagansky.  4th low gross Ed Roop, Beth Mulhem, Vera McAllister, Bill Shea.  KP #3 Dutch Haddon.  Ladies Day, July 22.  Ladies played low gross low net and the winners were: 1st low  gross at 99 - June Reeder, 2nd low gross at 109 - Ev Tapio; 1st low  net Carol Reid; 2nd low net Cathy McQuitty.  Local student chosen for BC track, field team  Devon Brown, aged 16, of Davis Bay has  been selected to the BC juvenile track and  field team. Devon will attend a one week  training camp and national competition in  Saskatoon in August. She specializes in the  javelin and discus and recently won a gold  medal in the javelin at the BC Juvenile  Championships with a toss of 35.50 m.  Devon, Melissa Paul and other throwers  on the Coast have benefited a great deal this  year from the new discus cage donated by  the Gibsons Rotary Club and located on the  Elphinstone field.  Discus throwers are able to safely practise the spin-turn using the cage, which adds  considerably to their throwing distances.  Community support such as this to upgrade  our facilities for athletics on the Sunshine  Coast is greatly appreciated by the athletes  and their coaches. Thanks to Rotary members Bernie Mulligan, Jim Ling and Bill  Hughes for their time and effort building and  erecting the cage and to the Rotary Club for  supplying the materials.  R\.  INM  \R<:.\\ir  all    \IIO\S  ��� (  ARRET  LINO  TU F  IKII  1 MINIMIS  88  5-0230  ' ���  General labourers, roof repair, window washing, yard care, rubbish  removal. Seniors 10% discount,  Iree estimates. Call Grant or Mike  #32cn  Outbuildings / additions / lenova-  tk>n/repair rot and insect damage.  885-6070. ��32w  CONSTRUCTION  ajOOCustom Framing  \\ '. Stairs' *��� 4il  II ��� Wood Siding   -i  883-9775  6*9 pm  Groundskeeping, windows, dump  seivice, etc. Man available casual  or regular basis. Reliable. 886-  3822. #3101  I'M YOUR HANBMAN  Porches; Additions, Remodelling,  Solariums, No job too small. Bill at  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. TFN  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  SISTERS BOOKKEEPING  Build a successful company while  we manage your paperwork. Professionalism _ confidentiality guaranteed, c/o Sunshine Kayaking.  ���31w  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doois ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  Vou name Ul  All projects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  FOR IS YEARS  Have moweri, will travel. Brush-  cutting, waedaatlng, ale. US*  0737.  PEERLESS THEE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 685-2109.  ttn  Rico Decks and Docks Constiuction and Repair. Free estimates  883*9904,863*2450.        ��33w  KELLY'S SERVICES  Seplic tank pumping, portable toilet rentals. Call anytime. 186*2342  or cell 220-5261. #31 w  WORD  PROCESSING  'Laser Printer1  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  US  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree estimates. Relerences  available. 886*3463. ths  CULTURED MARBLE  Med bathtubs, sinks, battis and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2976. tfn  KEUTS  >Scpkl��i|aMfhi|  ��� Portable loikb far  outdoor events or  * Balnea on the  ph.Mfr.042  al 220 5261 anytime  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn mainlenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming - FertUiirlng *  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 1 Residential  886-0180 lv. mess      tin  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Renovating?  Adding on?  Need repaiis, a sundeck?  Certified carpenter.  Brad Steuart 686*6652  References. ��32w  Hard working college student will  do odd |obs ��� wash windows, etc.  Michael. 886*8866. #33cn  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean-up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, friendly service. 885*  9694,326*1811 cell.        ��33cn  25 years sup. in land development  and house construction can save  you money. Cat 416 backhoe ���  reasonable rates. Free consultation. Call Bruce 685*0621.  #33w  Experienced carpenter, forms,  Iraming - linishing. Free estimates. Call Drew885*4557.#33cn  Quality painting, gardening and  general labour. Call Steve 885-  3276. #33w  Honest, reliable woman for house-  cleaning, refs. available. 885X3502.  ��32w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  SfEAM CLEANING  Carpels  POWRHJL TRUCK*  MOUNTED EQUFMENT  B6STPOSSRERESW.IS  JUST ASK ABOUND  886-3823  Compiele Bobcat Seivices  Excavaling-Beckfllng  Retaining Waifs-Trenching  LandaapeOjnsiruclion  Drainage  .886-3538  PLAYMATES DAYCARE  Licensed lamily daycare on  Chaster Road. Now accepting  applications lor September.  Yvonne 886-4643. #33w  Looking tor reliable, responsible  mature person to caie lor my 2  girls ��� 8 mos. and S yrs. In my  home. Must have own transportation. 3 days a week. 885-0227 alt.  6pm. #33w  Child care avail. Sept. 1, mom of 2  will take 2 more. Ages 3 and over.  Full time, lots ol activities and outside play. 886*9203.        #33w  Babysitter required, 2 children,  Mon.-Thurs., 6:30*2:30, rels req.  885-4618. ��33w  Childcare available my home.  Reasonable rates, rels. avail. 886-  7490. #33cn  Mother ol 3 school age children  will babysit in my home. Wonderful  larm setting. Lots for kids to do. 3  yrs old and up. 886-4594.   #32w  Require care for baby in my home.  Days. 886-2580. #31w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos ��� school age.  Fun-tilled caring environment, with  trained stall. 886-3913.     #37w  HOBBY HORSE DAYCARE  Licensed lamily facility. Space lor  2-5 year olds beginning Aug. 23.  Call Joanne 886*9130, Marilynn  886*2338. #33w  Postcards into S. Well show you  how, no personal sales needed.  Powerful, profitable, guaranteed,  (23-2127 #31cn  2625 Soulh Granville, rare large  busy retail (C3A) a/c, major pedestrian and traffic area, 27' storefront, 3 car patk, prime location.  Lease now 844*4328.      ��31cn  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSOVARNA  FORESTS GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Service station business on busy  comer In Gibsons. Write Box 1493,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.      #31w  Established vending machine business with growth potential. 886-  2565. #32w  Are you single, overworked 1 need  your home cleaned, shopping  done, mending (woik clothes). For  more into. 885-5862.        ��33w  Nurse-aid seeks work. Home support, gardening, companionship.  Susan. 886-4282. #35cn  You need the job done, we'd Nke to  earn money lor school. Call Pan 1  Taj. 866-7570. #31cn  Window washing services. All  equipment piovided. Free estimates. Rets. 886*3822.    #310*,  Light hauling. Yard - basement  dean up. Seniors' discount. Norm.  886-9503. #3101  Bookkeeping t olfice seivices. For  small business Reasonable rates  Karen. 885-0707. I31w  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, firm prices Joe 886-9267  ���36w  COOLRUNMNGS  One ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance. rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechell: 885-6422  7�� /kerne- ^ mleuU  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  I am no longer responette for any  debts incurred other thin by  myself, Anne Page, dated August  2,1993. #31en  I am no longer responsible lot any  debts Incurred other lhan by  myself, George W. Page. Dated  August 2,199a #3lcn  RECYCLE  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  (lNT���RFOFQ  International Forest  Products Limited  Proposed Five Year  Development Plan  Forest Licence  A19220  Narrows Inlet  Optratloa  Jacluoa Operation  HdUof (HeUcopter LeffleD  Opcratlou  International Forest  Products Limited  (Interfor) invites you  to a public viewing of  the proposed Five Year  Development Plan for  the Narrows Inlet,  Jackson, and Helilog  Operations of Forest  Licence A19220.  A Five Year  Development Plan  consists of maps which  indicate proposed cut  block boundaries and  road locations, as well  as Information on  other resource values  that may be affected  by the harvest. The  Development Plan is  reviewed by relevant  resource agencies and  the public before  approval is considered  by the B.C. Ministry of  Forests. If approved,  the plan forms the  basis for Cutting  Permit Applications  that provide the  authority to  commence harvesting.  The Development Plan  will be available for  viewing at Ihe  following locations  and times:  Interfor -Jackson Office  742S Sechelt Inlet Drive,  Sechelt  August lOand 11,1993  2:00 p.m. ��� 9:00 p.m.  Trail Bay Centre Mall,  Sechelt  August 13,1993  August 14,1993  5:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m.  10:00 a.m.-S p.m.  A   representative  of  Interfor    will     be  available  to  discuss  this plan with you.  Your  comments  on  this plan are welcome,  and     should     be  submitted In writing,  by September IS, 1993  to:  Rick Brouwer, R.P.F.  international Forest  Products Limited  RR#1, Tillicum Bay  Site, C-17  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  mmmmmu':'mnm  Notice Board Jg  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  Wc reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer tn non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior tu the event.  *-f0B^OOHfOf  The Sunshine  Coast News  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4  National Party ot Canada public  meeting. 7:30 pm. Davis Bay Community  Hall. 5126 Davis Bay Rd.  FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 & 7  City Hall Goes to the Mall - District ol  Sechelt Planning Department will display  Official Community Plan materials at Trail  Bay Mall (across trom Cactus Flower).  Talk with planners, learn more about our  community, and have your say in the  upcoming OCP.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 8  Plovdiv Academy Women's Choir Irom  Bulgaria. 7:30 pm. Gibsons United  Church. Minimum $5 donation at the  door.  SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUG. 14 & 15  Sunshine Coast Arts Council 6th  annual crall lair. 10 am - 6 pm, Hackett  Park.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 14  2nd Annual Fishing Derby to support  Salmonid Enhancement Society. Lord  Jim's Resort. Into: 885-7038.  MISCELLANEOUS  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park Visitor  Programs: Thursdays. 7:30 pm: What lo  do it you're lost in the torest and how to  avoid getting lost in the first place.  Fridays. 2 pm: Discovering which  animals live in the forest. Fridays. 8 pm:  Legends Around the Campfire & making  musical instruments. Please bring a lawn  chair Sundays. 7 pm: Learning about our  native flora. 35  The Go Teen Centre is located at  Brothers Park, next to the baseball fields.  We are open Thurs. 4-8.  Fn. 4-9. ���  Sat. noon-10 pm and Sun. 1-5, For more  nlo call 886*0496 during these hours. 35  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum. 716  Winn Rd., across Irom Post Otlice,  Gibsons. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour: 886-  8232,  Pender Harbour Aquatic & Fltneaa  Centre, The centre is closed til Sept. 11.  Parent-Tot Drop-In & Summer  Adventures '93: the Parent-Tot Drop-In  in Sechelt & Wilson Creek is closed and  will re-open the first week of October.  Into: Karen Scott, 866-6648 or  Community Services, 885-5881.  4th Annual Savo the Strait Marathon,  Aug. 20*22. expects to attract hundreds of  participants to cross Georgia Strait under  human power. For an information package, to register as a participant, an escort  boat, sponsor or to VOLUNTEER, call  Marathon Coordinator Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741*0094. FAX 753-2567 or write  Save Georgia Strait Alliance. #201, 195  Commercial St.. Nanaimo. B.C. V9R 5G5.  Tuesdays & Thursdays. 10:30-11:30 am.  Step classes Wednesday 10:30-11:30  am. Spa Brunch & Shiatzu are also available at Lord Jims. Into: 665*7038.       35  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre Summer  Invitational Show. Abstraction: The Mind's  Eye. runs through to Aug. 15. Summer  hours lor the cenlre are Tues-Sat. 10-4 &  Sun. 1-4. The centre is located at the corner ol Trail & Medusa in Sechelt. Info:  885*5412.  Experience Experiments: 4th annual  exhibition at Hunter Gallery in Gibsons.  Experimental works in pottery and painting by artists Linda Dixon and Anne  Gurney. Aug. 7-28,  Free Backyard Pool Satety Tour: volun  teers from lhe Canadian Red Cross will  visit your home to assess the safety of  your pool. For free appointment, call  Debbie Matheny, 431*4200.  MONDAYS  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Group  monthly meetings tor anyone with questions/concerns or just to meet new moms.  Info: Laurie, 886-7900 or Roxanne. 886-  3230. 38  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Into 885-5661  or 886-8369.  THURSDAYS  3C's Weight Loot Support Qroup  meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm. call 886-  2692, and evenings 6:30*8:00pm, call  886-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons.  SATURDAYS  Qlbsons & District Public Library  Children's Summer Reading Club, 10 am,  through Aug, 14. Aug. 7: Theme: Deserts  & Drylands. Activities: Scott Fearnley  brings his pet snake, Becky, to visit, Craft  - make your own pet snake. Aug. 14:  Closing Party! Fun, games, refreshments,  more prize winners!  Old Growth Tourt of the Caren Range  throughout July. Auaust ft September.  Meet at Wildlife Rehab Certre. Trout  Lake Road. Halfmoon Bay. 11 am to car-  pool 4x4s or trucks or to catch a rented  van. For more info: Friends of Caren,  885-2398 (mess.).  St. Aldan Close Proposed Stnlort  Housing Community open house 10:30  am-12'30 pm. St. Aldan's Hall, 1164  Roberts Creek Rd. 35  FREE ��� FREE* FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE  <&  DIRECT DISPOSAL  provides PRII ������rvic* to  non-profit community ovonts  SERVING  THE   SUNSHINE   COAST   ���    PHONE   NORM   88:  NOTICE OF CLAIM  in Ihe Provincial Court ol British Columbia {Small Claims Court).  Amended as per order of Judge S.F. Giroday. July 19,1993  Registry File Number 93*684  Registry Location: Sechelt  (Original lile) April 28,1993  From       Charles MacKenzie  1056 Reed Road. RR 4. S 6. C 94  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 (886*2498)  To Guy Noel  Bo�� 2635, 5130 Chapman  Sechelt, BC VON SAO (885*5861)  Mr. Guy Noel borrowed $1000 Irom Frank Redshaw and lelt the  boat ownership paper as collateral against the loan. When Mr.  Noel didn't return the money by the agreed upon dale Mr.  Redshaw then sold the boat to me tor $1500.1 had Ihe  ownership transferred Irom the original owner, Mr. Donald  Nelson lo Frank to me, costing me $469 in taxes. The company  that Is storing the boat reluses to release it until they have  papers Irom a court providing ownership  i) That the notice ot claim be amended to add an alternative  claim lor an order that me claimant recover the 24 It. Reinell  vessel Lie. #13K56B38 or that he be declared owner ol such  vessel under Sections 3( 1 )(b) and (d) ot the Small Clams Act.  2) An order the claimant have possession ol the vessel until  conclusion ol this proceeding or further court order.  In Gibsons. BC in January 1993.  Cost ol the boat $1500  PSTon$1500 $ 105  PSTon$5200 $364  (Price Fiank Redshaw  paid for boat)  $1969  $  25  $    5  Total  ��� Filing lees  ��� Seivice lees  - Total claimed  $1999 other than debt  TIME LIMIT FOR DEFENDANT: It you do not settle directly with  the claimant or file a reply within 14 days from being served  with this notice, a court order may be made against you. Then  you will have to pay the amount claimed plus interest and  further expenses.  The Court Address lor tiling documents is:  5569 Whart Ave., Box 160  Sect)*, BC VON 3A0   ^ Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ..    The Coast News    j  Ministry of  Ministry ol Environment,      Environment,  Lands and Parks        \j_ndt & Park*  Land Disposition  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF CROWN UND  In Land Recording District ol Vancouver  situated in the Pender Harbour area.  Take notice that Don Waroway, General  Manager intends to make application to  Ministry of Environment, Lands & Parks  Regional Office, Burnaby, B.C. for a dock in  front of DL4696, Blk A, SL22 in Sakinaw  Lake commencing 10' from property line  S.W. corner; 32' wide to N.E. side, 24' S.W.  310 degrees out to water. 7-8" posts in  water on 6' tier blocks. Front of dock  anchored to land. The purpose for which the  land is required is boat moorage. Comments  concerning this application may be made to  Richard Webber, 401 - 4603 Kingsway,  Burnaby, B.C. VSH XM4, File #2405945. 20  Coast News, August 2,  1993  Thank you!  Your continued support is  .appreciated very much.  sports  Thrifty's  HELP THE  0on��tK>nt    M6-24M or Bon SM  .Pegasus beats out Saskatchewan for gold  AUSPICIOUS  APPAREL  tm Of TQM  bizarre bazaar ^  SHOPPING  KPIRItNCf  opin 12:30 - 5 pm TuwJay to Sunday  da-wnto**-. Rsbarte Craek - ItUpheiM MS-������S  CLOTHING ��� IMPORTS (tondon-UK) ��� JEWELERY  NEW, VINTAGE AND RECYCLED  a  ���M In ItHh ��� HhiIi'i Imp. *  "Hil Ml" inirtfrlf nlibnHH im mm tt mt Mien"  .0  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased to announce the opening of his  practice in Madeira Park located in the  MADEIRA PARK OPTOMETRY CLINIC  12874 MADEIRA PARK ROAD  883-2020  Also located at the  GIBSONS MEDICAL DENTAL CENTRE  815 SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  886-7211  ^  M��mb��i ot th* B.C. Attoclatlon ol Optometrist*  by Frank Hoehne  The Sechell Pegasus Soccer  Club, representing British  Columbia returned from the  North American Indigenous  Games July 25 victorious after  capturing the Gold Medal in the  Midget Boys (16 years and  under) category with a convincing 3 to I decision over defending champ Saskatchewan.  The Pegasus won by finishing first in the Round Robin  Competition qualified for the  Gold Medal game against the  second place finisher,  Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan  qualified by virtue of their last  game victory over Manitoba.  The Pegasus, feeling nerves,  started the championship game  very tentatively. Saskatchewan  consistently beat the Pegasus to  the ball both in the air and on  the ground. At approximately  the IS-minule mark the momentum changed and Ihe Pegasus  took charge. Toby Baptiste  scored on a left foot drive to the  far corner. Minutes later  Saskatchewan struck back scoring on a corner kick to tie the  game. This was Ihe first goal  scored on the Pegasus in the  tournament and gave  Saskatchewan a lift. It didn't  lasl long.  Immediately upon kickoff  Kirby Jackson set up Garth Paul  The champion Pegasus team.  at the lop of the box and Garth  cooly finished the play. The  Pegasus had all the flow now  and again struck quickly. On  virtually an identical play to  Garth Paul's goal, Kirby Jackson again sel up Scott Johnson  and Scott quickly converted for  another goal. Half time score  Pegasus X Saskatchewan 1. The  second half opened with the  Pegasus again moving forward  to box in the Saskatchewan side.  Saskatchewan became increasingly frustrated by their inability  to penetrate and that frustration  resulted in numerous fouls the  Pegasus were unlucky not to  Photo submitted  capitalize on. Their frustration  peaked when the Saskatchewan  goalkeeper was ejected for striking a Pegasus player. After that  Saskatchewan was no longer in  the game and the Pegasus cooly  ran out the clock.  Final Score: Pegasus 3,  Saskatchewan 1.  Sunshine Coast athletes excel in BC summer games  IN HEALTH CARE  Election of representative fiom Pender Harbour (Area A)  to sit on tin.- Steering Committee  Meeting! August 18,1993 7.30 p.m.  Legion Hall - Madeira l'ark, RC.  Guest Speaker- Paul Becklake - Ministry of Health  Fur Information call Linda Curtiss - HH3-27M  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Little known Sunshine Coast  is filled with a lot of soon to be  well known athletes, and many  of them showed why during last  week's BC Summer Games in  Chilliwack.  Janice Brown nabbed gold in,  the women's single tennis championships. Rae-Mairi Richardson took home four gold medals,,  after winning heats in the  freestyle, medley, backstroke  and butterfly deaf-swimming,  races.  Over 40 gold ntedfl* were  taken home by the 10 track and  field athletes. Many excellent  results and personal bests were  achieved by the 14- and'IS*  year-olds, including a silver  medal by Melissa Paul of  Sechelt.  Melissa, 14, threw the discus  over 26 metres to place second  in the competition. In total, the  Coast had eight athletes place in  the top ten at the Games, which  is equivalent to a provincial  championship for track and  field. Considering the Coast  doesn't have a track to practice  on, this was an impressive  showing, said track coach Joan  Fox. A long-range goal of the  Coast track and field club, said  Fox, is to obtain the financial  ULL SERVICE  DELI  Wide variety of meats & cheese  Custom made trays for  your summer get to#rt/iro  Customer  Support System  newsletter  Helping homeowners solve the confusion  This is a new feature  to help homeowners  with some of the most  confusing and expensive  areas for home  decorating.  Much of the home's  equity is spent on this  aspect of furnishing, and  are some of the most  visible features that  affect your feelings and  offer a statement that  you wish to convey. Our  newsletters will consist  of identifying today's  trends, and helping you  set the tone or hue that  will color your home.  Many types of  flooring, window and  wall treatments are  available and this  column will answer  many questions that you  may have, such as:  ��� Carpets and air quality  control  ��� The density of  underpad and how it  can affect the warranty  of your flooring  investment  ��� When to use a tension  floor (or what is a  tension floor?).  ��� What about fibre  support systems?  "Sooner or  later there  will be those  difficult  choices to  make.'  ��� Did you know there  are 800-numbers  available to help you  with that hard-to-get-  out stain or premature  wear? Many  customers forego a  free replacement  because they don't  have this knowledge.  ��� Is your retail outlet  registered with the  major fibre  manufacturers and  sending in your  warranty cards?  ��� How can window  coverings create a  mood in your room  and save heating and  cooling costs?  The questions go on  and on. At Daniel's  we're creating a  customer support system  to answer these and  many other questions.  Clip our newsletters out  and save them for future  reference���you may  not need them now, but  long as there are  windows and floors,  sooner or later there will  be those difficult choices  to make.  Watch for this special  feature in the first week  of each month in the  Coast News.  VARIETY  FOODS  The BK6EST Little Store In Glbjowt-inding 116-3936  We're more than just tires!  ALIGNMENT* COMPLETE  SUSPENSION CHECK & LUBE  2 WHEEL  $42.95  4 WHEEL  $54.95  Coastal Tires  <BMZ.Uflf1-TRADES  Exclusive Imported qfts  TRADITIONAL & DECORATIVE  Zulu Baskets  bitty basket k made by hand using  indigenous raw materiab by the women  of KwaziHu.lt can take up to one  month to produce one of these unique  baskets.  Also baskets of various sizes & shapes  including hanging & half baskets.  support needed to build a 400  metre synthetic surface track on  the top field at Elphinstone Secondary.  Others who placed in the top  ten were: Eric Chu, Jeff Lewis,  Ben Forsyth, Mark Zealand,  Kelly Williamson, Ryan  Despins.  Cavalcade  tennis  tourney  set to go  With the annual Sea Cavalcade Tennis tournament set to  go over the weekend of Aug.  6, 7 and 8 on the courts of  both Dougal and Brothers  parks in Gibsons it is expected  that the usual tennis buffs will  come forth to display their talents in honourable competition  and in the true spirit of the  game. But players of all levels  are invited to enter for the  event is tuned to everyone.  Gibsons Landing council  has kindly given priority use  of the courts for the tournament and local merchants and  services are as kindly donating  prizes. The perpetual trophies  will go to eventual winners but  the tourney committee can  assure all competitors a fair  shot at the trophy table as consolation flights will be the  order of the day in the events  with sufficient entries.  Events will include men's  and women's singles and doubles as well as mixed double  and there will be junior events  for budding tyros. Entrants  will be restricted to two events  with entrance fees being a  modest $5, for adults. Participants are expected to have a  can of new balls along with  lots of enthusiasm, an expectation of winning, possibly the  satisfaction of an effort well  tried, and at the best and least  humility at a loss. Social  events will consist of the odd  covert libation and a waterfront picnic, the timing of  which will be announced.  Entries may be made at:  Family Sports at Sunnycrest  Mall 886-4635, Lee 885-7006,  Eric 886-7449  9th Annual  Bicycle Trek  for life & Breath  Call the B.C. Lung Association  l-800-��5-LUNG or 731-4%1  ���ta


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