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Array f    'LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  ������*    pariUmcnt BuUdings  |vkto��U.B.C.V8VlX4_   .  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  August-��, 1992 Volume 46 Issue 33  Protesters blockade Waugh Lake logging access  by Jane Seyd  A several-man logging crew from  contractor Sladey Timber was prevented from going to work on a cutblock  near Waugh Lake in Egmont Friday  morning after a small group of  protesters organized by the Egmont  waler board blockaded the access road.  Protesters said they were upset about  a recent change of plans by Terminal  Forest Products to begin immediate logging in the watershed without consultation wilh the water board, which oversees untreated domestic water supply  Abduction  report  launches  Ministry, water board, contractor reach compromise  from Waugh Lake for about 25 residences.  The group, which blocked the access  road with several vehicles early Friday  morning, was also unhappy about the  way the Forest Service handled the  change in logging plans, which they  said gave the board only two days'  notice before cuning started Aug. 7.  Shortly before 8 am, several fallers  arriving for work were stopped by the  protesters. They were allowed to go and  get their equipment, on the cutblock  before turning their trucks around and  heading back down the road.  Later in the day, consultation on the  cutblock site between acting forest district manager Russ Hughes, water board  member John Dafoe and contractor  Doug Sladey resulted in a compromise  allowing the loggers to return to work  Saturday.  In that agreement. Sladey and Terminal Forest Products agreed to continue cutting in locations which the water  board does not consider sensitive, while  the ministry has a soils specialist examine the areas near streams which feed  into the lake.  Earlier plans to log the cutblock of  search  by Jane Seyd  Sechelt police have halted  investigation into a report of an  abduction near Trout Lake Aug.  7, after a 17-man search team  with the aid of a police dog  from Chilliwack failed to turn  up any signs of the incident.  Police began a search last  Friday evening after a woman  who had stopped near Trout  Lake reported that she had seen  an older man walking through  the bush, holding a woman with  a rope around her neck.  Police immediately secured  the area and brought in reinforcements who searched the  area with a dog flown in by  helicopter until 1:30 a.m. The  following day, the area was  searched again with ground  crews.  An aerial search using a  police helicopter was also completed, but nothing was found.  Sechelt staff sargeant Cam  Reid said the incident was highly unusual.  turn to page 2  Protesters Roger lagasse, John Dafoe and Phil Makow were  among those who blockaded a logging access road Friday morn  ing over concerns of the Egmont water board about harvesting in  the area's watershed. Jane Seyd pholo  inside  7  pm 4  peeelZ  pm *  ii  $  faf  ff  Swimmers, paddlers prepare for Strait  Swimmers and paddlers are limbering up,  watching what they eat and training hard for  the third annual Save the Strait Marathon  this weekend.  About 125 athletes have registered for the  event so far, according to Save the Strait  spokesman Marie Bisson-Montpetit, who  herself will swim part way across to  Nanaimo as part of the Sweet Georgia International Strait and Narrow Swim relay.  "I'm trying to gel my 13-year-old daughter to swim with me," Bisson-Montpctit said,  "She doesn't like the salt water much ... So  far I'm the only swimmer from the Coast."  In all, 300 to 400 participants are expected lo register by Friday. They will meet that  evening for a pre-maralhon logistics brief  ing, then spend the night in the Sechell Elementary Gym.  Swimmers start at 6 am Saturday from  Mission Point and the paddlers start al 6:30  am from Snickett park.  They'll cross lo Pipers Lagoon, just north  of Naniamo and then head to Newcastle  Island Marine Park for a salmon barbecue  and celebration.  Volunteers are still needed to make the  event a success, however, especially in the  form of support vessels.  "Support boals are the heart of the  marathon," says Laurie MacBride, executive  director of Save Georgia Strait Alliance  (SCSA).  For safety, one escort boat will be  required for each swimmer and every five  paddlers. Escort boats must have a reliable  motor and VHF radio and be large enough lo  pull someone oul of the water in an emergency.  "Smaller boals and boals without VHF  radio can also help," says MacBride. "The  important thing is that they be seaworthy and  their skippers register early enough to be  assigned a task."  Skippers of volunteer boats will be given  a free Marathon '92 T-shirt and will be invited to the Salurday night barbecue.  To volunteer, register or pledge financial  support to stop the pollution of Georgia  Strait, call toll free I 800 66-KAYAK.  King brings mayhem,  mysteny to Gibsons  Darah Hansen  The shades are drawn in Ihe  dimly lit office. The phones are  on hold. The air thick wilh tension.  "I'm telling you Steve, I'm  pulling my hair out over this.  We just can't afford another film  in this crummy town. The sky's  so dirty you can't see what  you're doing and I'm not so sure  I even want to - everything's so  damned expensive. A person  can't afford to do anything  decent any more. When was the  last time we gave the people  what Ihey really wanted instead  of all this pop star/baseball  stuff?"  Wisps of long, thinning hair  tumbled out around the man's  face as he hung his head in  hopeless despair. His body  slumped and the blue and gold-  starred baseball cap he wore  tumbled to the ground. He made  no effort to retrieve it.  His partner moved from ihe  back of the room into the light.  His eyes gleamed wilh devilish  delight from under thick glasses  and dark brows.  He spoke, his voice strained  and excited.  "1 hear your words Rob and I  couldn't agree with you more.  We need to get away from all  this glitter and glam. We gotta  find some place that's real. It's  gotta have sun and intriguing  people and, most important, it's  gotta be just a little bit evil."  Bending down, he picked up  the hat that still lay on the door  and placed it on the troubled  man's head.  "I've got the answer Rob. A  friend put me on to it and it's  perfect. It's not Hollywood.  Hell, it's not even Maine - it's  better.  "You ever heard of Gibsons  Robr  turn to page 3  Ghoulish teens gather under Thursday's hill moon, revelling in the news that the movie or Stephen  King's latest horror/suspense novel, Nttajul Things, will be filmed in Gibsons.   Joel Johnstone photo  about 29 hectares next winter were  recently moved ahead in order to fill  Terminal's annual cut allotment after  other eutblocks on the Caren Range  were put on hold, said a spokesman for  the company.  But while the Egmont waler board  had previous consultation with the Forest Service, the start of the latest logging came with minimal notice, said  Dafoe: "We like to have input into the  logging of our watersheds. That isn't  the case this time."  turn to page 2  Gibsons  bus  reaches  road's end  by Stuart Burnside  The Gibsons bus will pick  up and drop off its last commuter Aug. 24, then head to the  garage a final time.  At last week's Gibsons  council meeting mayor Eric  Small announced the non-profit  bus society will definitely shut  down for good on that date.  "We'll be sorry to see it go,"  Small said.  He said the Gibsons bus has  provided a valuable service lo  the community and would be  missed.  Small said BC Transit is  expected to pick-up where the  non-profit bus leaves off. "I  don't think (BC Transit service)  will provide the friendliness of  the Gibsons bus," he said.  According to Gibsons bus  manager Diane Schafer, perceived increased competition  by BC Transit is the reason the  service will cease.  She said BC Transit was  competing with the Gibsons  bus even though it was originally agreed it wouldn't.  "We expected to shut down  eventually," Schafer said, "but  not this soon."  Service by the Gibsons bus  to Elphinstone (Area E)  stopped las; week after Schafer  received a letter from SCRD  chair Peggy Connor saying a  regional district subsidy of  $750 a month would cease and  Transit would take over the  route.  Transit, according to Connor's version of the agreement,  was to take over servicing Area  Eat the end of July.  "This is in keeping with the  Transportation Committee recommendation from April 23,"  her letter read.  Schafer said she doesn't  remember that agreement.  Transit manager for the Sunshine Coast Rosina Giles (also  a Sechelt councillor) said last  week that Transit has, as yet, no  plans to take over on Aug. 24  the routes seiviced by the Gibsons bus, bul noted there would  be a meeting of the Transit  Board Aug 21.  According lo Giles, the  Transit Board is responsible for  all decisions regarding Transit  expansion and it is hoped the  board will decide at thai meeting to provide bus coverage for  Gibsons.  Connor said it was her  understanding such would be  the case.  "It's not guaranteed," Connor said, "but we expect to get  expanded service to cover the  area."  According to Schafer, the  biggest drawback to BC Transit  being the only service available  to residents is that Transit has  strict schedules to meet, which  are figured to the minute. That  means there won't be a bus  waiting for ferry passengers if  the ferry is late.  "No one will be there,"  Schafer said. "If the ferry is 15  minutes late that bus will  already be halfway to Sechelt." 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"We got rid of the Indian Aci. hut we took the Indian agent with us  to dictate how we run our lives "  Anderson overstepped his boundaries and has too much influence  on important decisions like the band s land claims negotations, says  Wesley Jeffries, another leader ol ihe activist group. "Anderson has  been wiih us for over two decades." he explained. "Whenever a new  chief in council was elected, |Anderson| would be the only one that  really knew what was going on We feel he look advantage of that."  The council and band members debated Anderson's role and  decided to hold a referendum within a month lo decide his fate, say  Jeffries and Julian. Jeffries is confident that Ihe majority of band  members want Anderson oul, bul "if the people vole him in, we'll  accept that."  The concerned band members are Ihe same group who organized  last month's blockade of the Sechelt PetroCan station, settling in two  days a tax exemption conflict which the band council had been negotiating for months. The group says ordinary band members should  have more voice in band decisions.  Anderson said he knew nothing about the meeting, and was waiting for the chief and council lo contact him. "That's council's responsibility, not mine," he said. "I'm not going to comment."  Chief Tom Paul was not available for comment at press time.  Honing skill of writing to a fine art  by Roxanne lircgon  Tuesday's evening air was  tangibly humid as writing Itu  dents from all over BC began  reading excerpts from their woik  at Rockwood Centre. Between  the crickets and the clickings of  typewriters on Ihe veranda,  occasional bursts of laughter and  applause could be heard from  the common room where prose  and poetry readings ranging  from the delightful lo  (he mundane were lak-      ing place.  This year's poetry  instructor, Selkirk resident Tom Wayman,  was enthusiastic. "This  is my first time at the  Writers in Residence  part of ihe Festival of '  the Written Arts. I've  really enjoyed il; it's very exciting. It's always a pleasure to be  on (he Sunshine Coasl."  In talking about his students  Wayman continued: "These participants are very dedicated to  writing. Many of them are very  experienced writers. In some  cases they have been writing  and publishing for a long time  and that's made it quite challenging. They have been very  supportive of one another and  yet are able to be perceptive in  their evaluations of each other's  work. The best part of teaching  is that it's also a learning experience fo me.  "Poetry is an art form that is  extremely marginalized in our \  society," said Wayman. Even'  the people who are interested in  it are often unaware of the wide  range of form that contemporary  poetry can have. In my seminars  we explore the diversity of those  forms, in terms of style, range of  content and as a way of suggesting other possibilities in peo-  'learning is  a two-way  street  -Cynthia Fit**!  pie's work."  Fiction writer Cynthia Hood  was equally pleased with Ihe  performance of her students. "I  have quite a range of students,  from those in their 20s to those  who are comfortably in Iheir  60s. There are women who have  been at home, and there are academics. This group really bonded quite rapidly. There have  been excellent developments in  personal work here.    I'd like to do it again  bul the five-day format is very intensive.  I think I would  design more lime for  play. We really do  work hard. There are  12 women and one      man in my group and  ! think that's a little  off balance. If I could I'd like lo  see it S0/50. That has advantages in terms of perspective."  "Learning is a two-way  street," said Flood. "It's really  satisfying looking al writing  from others; hearing what other  writers have lo say. I was  impressed wilh ihe way this  group offered constructive criticism. Some writers are novices  others have been at it for years,  bul they all were supportive in  the critiquing process, i think  the cabaret forum for student  readings is encouraging. Readings are a part of the process of  writing. It's an opportunity lo  say we respect and appreciate  the work they are doing."  Flood's students, Sylvia Dor-  ling and Annette Yourk, were  pleased with the work they had  accomplished during the week.  "I see improvemenls in my technique." Dorling said. "The critiques are very useful."  Annette Yourk appreciated the  individual consultations wilh  Tom Wayman and one of several participants in the Writers in  Residence. Roxanne Gregory photo  Flood, as well. She puis a lot of  effort NvTlt.-tviti*(jr**iefiil>lh��d  trie opportunity to come.''  '  Poetry student Carly Mobley,  who also teaches Creative Writing at Malaspina College, was  effusive in her praise of Way-  man. "He has an excellent way  of honing in on elements thai  work in poems. He has such  clarity. Many of the exercises  were really useful.  "In our society poets don't  get a lot of prestige or awards.  You have to learn to Ileal with  rejection and acceptance. Writing is something you do as a  way of life rather than for material rewards."  The Writers in Residence  program continues with magazine writing and scriptwriting,  Aug. 18 to 22. Space is still  available in script writing.  Parties seem prepared to compromise,  says district forester manager Hughes  from page 1  Dafoe said water quality of Waugh Lake  was affected lasl year as a direct result of  road building and logging in the watershed.  But Sladey disagreed, saying the  protesters were using unfounded concerns  about the water supply to halt logging in the  area.  "It's the same faces from the Tetrahedron  and the Caren Range," he commented. "It's  completely illegal. We have a legal cutting  permit."  Sladey said the loggers were "definitely  upset" about the blockade: "They haven't  worked since April."  While the area is officially designated as  a watershed reserved, Dafoe said the water  board has discovered "it really doesn't  'All concerned groups  then went out to tbe  cutblock to look at tbe  contentious areas'  amount to much."  Phil Makow, another member of the  protest group, said the blockade was used to  call immediate attention to water concerns  because of the size of the cutblock: "It would  have been easily logged in no time."  Ab Haddock, a Pender Harbour resident  who came across the blockade while driving  down Ihe access road, asked Makow, "What  have you got against loggers?...You guys  should be ashamed of yourselves." Haddock  was allowed to continue through the blockade.  Hughes said after the loggers were turned  back, Forest Service staff met both patties at  the blockade and talked to them for about an  hour. All concerned groups then went out to  the cutblock to look at the contentious areas.  Hughes said while there are still points of  disagreement, both parties seemed prepared  to compromise.  He added while the Forest Service was  previously aware of the water board's concerns, "the extent of iheir concern lo ban-leading a road surprised us."  A further meeting on the cutblock with  the soils specialist will likely lake place next  week.  r  Open House  Sechelt Creek Small Hydro Project  Sechelt Indian Government Community Hall  August 25,1992 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Canadian Legion Hall, Pender Harbour  August 26,1992 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Gibsons Motor In, Gibsons  August 27,1992 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  CONWEST EXPLORATION COMPANY LIMITED will be holding an OPEN  HOUSE at the above locations August 25 through August 27, 1992. All  members of the community are invited to attend and are encouraged to  participate in open discussions regarding the Small Hydro Project  proposed at Sechelt Creek, Salmon Inlet.  Police  i  treated  sighting  'seriously'  from page 1  "We took (the report) very  seriously," he said. "We  believed lhat she saw somebody  in the bush."  Reid added, however, that  police have since concluded the  initial report of the witness was  "unfounded."  Police had closed off the  area within minutes, he said.  "The person could not have  gotten away."  Reid said, however, that  police had received no report of  any missing person and that  further investigation is not  being considered.  _^  L t_oast (News, August 17, 199i  Rotary Club president Niel Scribner (centre) and exchange  students Tanya Hall (right) who is bound for New Zealand and  Sanna Saatamoinen, who recently arrived from Finland.  Rotarians send students  abroad in exchange program  by Roxanne Gregory  Sechell Rolarians met Tuesday evening at Ihe  Bella Beach Resort in Davis Bay to greet the students taking pari in the Rolarians International  Youth Exchange program. Chatelech's 17-year-old  Tanya Hall left Aug. 14 for a year in __  Whitford, New Zealand.  She will be attending Howick College In Whitford, which is a small  communiiy outside Auckland. As a  novice filmmaker, Tanya is currently  editing a film depicting life on the  Sunshine Coast. After Tuesday night's  dinner, she presented portions of the  film which included excerpts from  Port Mellon, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,    Wilson Creek and Sechelt.  During her exchange she will use the film in presentations to several New Zealand Rotary Clubs.  While in New Zealand, Tanya will stay with four  host families. "I'm really looking forward to  going," she said. "I'm hoping to participate in a lot  of outdoor sports there."  According to Sechelt Rotarian president Neil  Scribner, this is the Sechelt club's first involvement  in the exchange program.  "Although the exchange program has been a part  of the Rotarian tradition since 1918, this is the first  'It's a really great  opportunity for  Ma's from here to  see what life is  like elsewhere'  -Mel Scribner  time we've been able to participate," he said. "It's a  really great opportunity for kids from here to see  what life is like elsewhere."  While Tanya is away in New Zealand, Sechell  will play host to Sanna (pronounced Sona) Saasta-  moinen, who recently arrived from  Finland. Saana who will be 17 in  September has travelled extensively in  Europe.  She is enthusiastic aboul her first  trip lo North America. "It is very  exciting" she said. "This is my first  time in Canada." Saana will stay with  four host families and will attend  Chatelech high school during her slay.  When Saana returns to Finland she  hopes to enter university to sludy psychology. "I  really want to help people in my work. I'd like to  work with young people."  Working with young people is part of the Rotarian tradition. According to member Bob Metcalfe,  "Rotarians support more scholars every year than  any other organization. We do it through scholarships and exchange programs like this one, and  we've been doing it for a long time."  The Gibsons Rolarians were first on the Coast to  enter the exchange program. Last year they hosted a  student from Belgium.  Movie to feature former Elphinstone  student, actress Barbara Williams  Inw  ������ iiim'i-'i�� ..���!'.'":������'  from page 1  And so it has come to pass  that Gibsons is Ihe chosen site of  Hollywood director Rob Reiner's new film, 'Needful Things',  based on a novel by Stephen  King.  For a few weeks (and forever  on film), Gibsons will be transformed into a little place called  Castle Rock, Maine, where Ihe  day-to-day routine may ring  familiar: kids on bikes, city people shedding money and aggravation, sun shining, dogs barking and a little store on the corner, the kind that draws everyone's attention.  "See that building across  Main Street?... Got a green  canopy in front of it? Yup, that's  ihe one.  The windows are all soaped  over because it's not quite open  yet. NEEDFUL THINGS, the  sign says - now jusl what the  dog does that mean? I dunno,  either, but that's where the bad  feeling seems to come from."  It's the kind of store where a  person can get whatever they  want - power, money and more -  but at a deadly price.  Already a bestseller, the King  book will begin filming in October with Hollywood facades lo  be erected over Molly's Reach,  Town Hall and Pioneer and  Inglis Park.  The movie will star former  Gibsons local, Barbara Williams, whose acting debut began  at age 17 as Ihe female lead in  Tennessee Williams (no relation) play Suddenly Last Summer, a 1972 Elphineslone Secondary production.  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  B&K  SOILS A I \\I)N( aim:  SI I'PLY IXC.  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Operating for years as a community service, the bus  only official!) obtained non-profit status earlier this year  when il became apparent that without an immediate  injection of cash and a strong show of support from users  and local government, the bus s days were numbered  There followed a round of meetings involving local  politicians and ihe BC Transit Commission, at which the  society presented its proposals for cooperative service  until such time as Transit was willing to take over Ihe  amies serviced b) the Qioww bus  The intent of the proposal! was not reflected in  scheduling decisions later announced bv Ihe commission,  and the society was forced to mount another survival  campaign, ultimately 10 no avail  The buss demise will be lell bv many town residents,  especially seniors A significant number oi the bus s  5,000 plus rulers a month are elderly, depending on the  service to gel then out and about town for shopping and  errands, a link all the more vital in a town whose amenities are divided bv a steep hill  Endangered bv ihe diminishing availability of grants.  the Gibsons bus was already facing an uncertain future  and the society reluctantly, decided to throw in the towel  on the understanding lhal an expanded BC Transit service had been approved and would be jeopardized in the  future should the Gibsons bus founder through lack of  funds.  But in a sour iwisi to the confusing dealings, it appears  there is at the present time no guarantee that the affected  routes will be covered by Transit The commission will  be meeting to discuss the issue next week and we stamg-  ly urge its new members to fulfill the mandate to take  over where the Gibsons bus leaves off.  Meanwhile, we doff our caps to the enterprising community spirit thai has kept ihe friendly service on the  road all these years.  Credit where due  Bashing the government of the day is often a popular  sport in the media. And over issues like patronage  appointments, the murky financial dealings of Commonwealth Holdings in Nanaimo. and the cabinet moves  which overruled the Agricultural Land Commission, the  NDP administration has taken its share of knocks.  But in other areas, the government isn't doing so badly.  Take, for instance, the issue of long-overdue environmental legislation.  For yestrs now. we've known some hard decisions  must be made in the area of resource sustainability and in  cleaning up the mess we've often made in once-beautiful  surroundings. With (he Socred administration, such  knowledge went largely unheeded.  But in just the last eight months, the NDP hasn't shied  away from tough-minded legislation - from new regulations for pulp mill effluent standards to higher fees for  the worst municipal and industrial polluters. From an  examination of forestry practices on fish habitats to a  serious look al the level of timber cut locally.  Such decisions aren't always popular. But the government is to be commended for having the foresight to  press ahead with these actions It's only a matter of time  before we realize how much we need them.  Fish farming  defended  Re: letter by representative  of ORCA. Ten Dawe. concerning Saga Seafarms Ltd.  I was mildly amused by the  content of the letter even though  it had nothing to do with my letter of the previous week on the  fish farm at Daniel Point and  prawn fishermen's traps.  As he so aptly described half  truths and obviously understands what that means let me  demonstrate some of his own  I I am not the owner of Saga  Seafarms Ltd.  2. Saga Seafarms Ltd.. never  treated nets on site with  antifoulants. however, the first  vear nets with antifoulant were  used A policy of no use of  antifoulants was adopted by the  BC Salmon Farmers Associa  tion in 1987. Fishfarmers and  specifically Saga have not used  antifoulants since 1987.  .V Saga Seafarms Ltd.. did  have a fire on site due to an  error by an employee. A mistake  was made and a fine paid to  cover the costs of the firefight-  ing However, according to Mr  Davve. the entire fire fighting  expense was paid for by taxpayers Mr Dawe should remember  that Saga Seafarms Ltd. was a  property owner and a member  of the community paying local  taxes, water utilities, school  taxes, business taxes and of  course, the fine at the time of  the fire.  The real reason Mr. Dawe  remembers this event so vividly  is that he was working for Ihe  Coast News at the time The  reason 1 remember it well is  because I found Mr Dawe on  Saga's property several days  after the fire presumably trying  not to be seen and certainly with  no proper introduction, request  or proper procedure of identifying himself.  1 should add that due to the  vigilance of the organization  Mr. Dawe represents, feed bags  were not allowed in the local  dump.  The salmon farmers found a  solution to the problem and  have recycled feed bags ever  since. Fish farmers do not dwell  on the past but prefer to move  forward and solve problems  head on.  4. False economics is the  term Mr. Dawe used. However,  fish farming has put a roof over  many families' heads and food  on the table. In a young industry  there are many growing pains  but all indications are that fish  farming is becoming a part of  the fabric of tbe BC coastal  communities.  A number of interesting economic facts are:  a) In any business eight out  of 10 fail in the fust three years.  Salmon farming has not been  anything out of the ordinary and  no worse.  b) Salmon fanning is now the  third largest agriculture sector in  BC and surprisingly has surpassed poultry.  c) Salmon farming is now 49  per cent of the total value of the  commercial salmon fishery.  d) Salmon farming is not  subsidized, which I think is  important in this day and age of  higher taxes and heavy subsidizations.  e) Government research  monies compared to return in  the salmon farming industry is a  ratio of 42 to 1 positive economic benefit.  Emotions cannot or should  not dictate any group's agenda.  Facts and understanding will. I  am positive this rebuttal will  spawn (pardon the pun> at least  one more negative letter towards  fish farming and I will not be  surprised.  However, this is my last letter as the time and enerzv used  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 fetters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  on presenting facts to people  who have no intention of changing their minds or opinions is a  waste.  Fish farming is a 24-hour-a-  day way of life because we deal  with living animals. Therefore  my time is much better spent  earning a living and enjoying  the community we live in when  I have the time.  KEVIN ONCLIN  Sechelt  Council increases  out of line  It is absolutely unbelievable  that a citizen's committee  reviewing indemnities granted  to Gibsons council should recommend a 10 per cent increase  in salary to the mayor and nine  per cent increase to council  members.  One of the most important  resources in Gibsons is being  totally ignored. The Gibsons  library has been forced to cut its  open hours to 20 per week due  to lack of space and funding for  staff.  This issue of library space  has been ongoing for two years  and yet the issue is no closer to  being resolved.  The library is too important  to ignore and 1 would urge all  citizens of Gibsons to contact  the council members and  express strong discontent at the  library decreasing its hours.  To allocate a 10 per cent  increase in salary at this time  when other entities in the town  are in need is an outrage.  MELANIE SIMPSON  Gibsons  Long deferred B.C. rail trip proves to be a winner  I tied up another of life's long dangling loose  ends last week and I thoroughly enjoyed the exercise.  Back io 1956 1 made my first visit to the West  Coast of Canada. The motivating force behind the  trip wis a friend of mine at the Canadian Nanonal  Railways. David Frank Evans by name Dave and I  played tennis together and worked in the passenger  department of the CNR.  One Saturday afternoon 36 years ago after we  had been playing tennis at the Lachine Tennis  Qub. now vanished under suburbia. David made  his luggesaoo  As a comparative veteran railroader he was a  couple of yean older thin tne. he was thoroughly  apprised of the advantages which lay in the free  passes for travel available to us He had already  travelled extensively by rail throughout North  America, for all railroads honoured each other's  rail passes.  .As we rattled back to Montreal on the old ��9I  green rramcar which used to run all the way out to  Lachine on a hale rail track of its own. Dave nay  Bated a trip to Vancouver. It would only cost us.  be said. $45 for three nights in an upper berth. He  would visit his relatives and I mine. I had an aunt  and uncle who ran a fish and chip shop in Crescent  musings  john burnside  Beach  Further, said Dave who loved train travel as  much as 1. instead of just going and coming, we  should go to a place called Horseshoe Bay and  take a ferry from there to a place called Squamish  and then we could take a Pacific Great Eastern  train through central BC all the way up to Prince  George where we would rejoin the CVR lines and  get back on track for Montreal.  And so it was planned  Unfortunately, while my uncle was driving me  from Crescent Beach to Horseshoe Bay back in  August 1956 be had flat tire and we missed the  feny. We got there just a few minutes late to find  the ferry gone and a frustrated Mr. Evans on the  dock glaring after it  Fifteen years later I had moved to the Sunshine  Coast and Eileen Glassford took up the cudgels on  behalf of the trip by rail through the interior of BC.  She pointed out you could catch the BC Rail  train, as the Pacific Great Eastern had become, at  Horseshoe Bay, ride it up to Lillooet through some  of the most spectacular scenery in Canada, spend a  few hours in Lillooet. catch the train back and  sleep in your own bed at the end of the day.  In this, and in many other particulars. I failed to  take Eileen's sage advice.  Last week Fran's parents arrived for a visit after  some considerable adventuring in Alaska and the  Yukon. We had a few days to spend with them and  we spent one of those days on the long mooted irip  on BC's railway up through the centre of the  province.  We caught the first ferry from Langdale. made  coonecooe with the little passenger train at Sunset  Beach at 7:55 am and away we went  For this old train buff it was wonderful The  track climbs through a couple of mountain ranges  through Squamish. Whistler, and Pemberton. past  D'.Arcy. and alongside two of the most beautiful  mountain lakes you will see anywhere in Anderson  and Seton Lakes - two different shades of Canadian Mountain Green - and so to Lillooet.  There was a couple of leisurely hours in Lillooet. quite enough in the intense interior heat, and  then the air conditioned comfort of the ride back.  In many ways it was a flashback to the hey day  of rail travel in this country. savagely truncated by  successive governments and all but abandoned by  the rail companies themselves.  To begin with, the B.C Rail passenger train kept  to its schedule effortlessly. That because the  freight trains pulled into the sidings and waited for  the passenger train to go by. It used always to be  that way when the Continental and the Super Continental for the CNR. and the Dominion and tbe  Canadian for the CPR. were making two transcontinental trips a day.  But when the two big carriers sold the passenger business to Via Rail they exercised right of  way for their freight trains and Via never keeps to  schedule. It makes for a grand day's outing for visitors from afar first ferry out and last ferry safely  home.  I've missed a few ferries since 1 didn't make it  to Horseshoe Bay back in 1956 in time to travel on  the PGE and I've failed to take some good advke  along the way. too. But 1 finally made the trip, and  it was wonderful. Thank you Dave, thank vou  Eileen and thank vou BC Rail.  COAST^NEWS  ������I*��JI>BT  tcatintiaaamma.'mamatvra.   matf aa ..mm lam   ��������**.  smm aaa, la * Ml i: ar* at-   t<r,c�� it Br�� y, '  ��� Ea>UI>am^a��aVW    W at =mm K tC X~ Samac m, rm  Cr-arawar  SunkarraMi  aavatSawo  ���aarcvMoctaj  IMka stwntr.  Saiauw Cna.1 S"*a>  3CSO-S <jr> CJ-aj  CajnaaS&aCm  Mat naaw r��i Mi  .err Saawaadai S. terser  --met Gears. Comw.  3*itiW"kar  LaflnlH*.  y**f  Ha*a*a**a**����  .c-friS"  ^-^^ ^^r !����  -*���-.���.��,���.����������� aart Coast News, August 17, 1992  Winter memory of Lake of the Woods  I was reminded the other day  by reportings of Michael Smith,  our hope for the decathlon al the  Olympics, who comes from  Kenora, about a little sojourn 1  had around there in what 1 think  must have been 19.18.  It was anyway certainly  March. Two friends and I had  decided lo take a couple of  weeks off at a cottage on Gran  He Lake, which is in the Lake of  The Woods water complex, and  so not thai far from Kenora. We  went from Winnipeg by bus and  were let off at the closest point  that the road came to the lake.  Everything was, of course, covered with snow and the lake was  solidly frozen, and there was  nobody else about for miles and  miles.  The driver was a good type I  remember. Outside of stopping  in this obvious wilderness we  had to gel off our stuff for two  weeks (we thought) and toboggans and skis. We put the stuff  on the toboggans and skied  them across the lake.  II was most happily an absolutely perfect night wilh stars  shining as clearly, 1 will continue to say, as stars shine anywhere on the North American  continent. The cottage was on  the north shore of this lake and  we had been let off on the south  shore, but it was not all thai far  to go, maybe six miles. The  snow was crisp and there had  been no thawing and everything  as Hemingway might have said  was good.  Halfway there is a narrows in  this lake and as we approached,  three deer sprang across, which  was also good (we were all  reading Hemingway at the  time). The cottage when we  reached it was dead cold, bul  there was wood chopped and the  Quebec heater took no time at  all lo get going. We were young,  I was the oldest and I was 20,  but we had brought pipes and  pipe tobacco and a reasonable  amount of rum. The situation  became almosl instantly perfect.  Ihe collage belonged to the  family of one of us, Ken  Forsythe and I had been there  before. On this occasion, in the  summer, Ken's molher was with  us and I had a first encounter  wilh a bear. There was an ice  box out on a kind of stoop at the  back of the cottage and we  heard il being attacked, and  there was ihis large, it seemed lo  me, black bear.  All we had in the place was a  .22, and Ken took off in a canoe  for a cottage where the man had  a rifle. I stayed on guard wilh  Mrs. Forsythe and the .22.  Eventually the bear look off and  was never as far as I know ever  seen again.  On this winter visit we mainly just sat around and smoked  our pipes and drank hot rums  and talked. Ken was about to  leave lo join ihe RAF in England; Alan was studying for his  exams at Ihe University of Manitoba and I was taking time off  from a job with Ihe bond busi-  in a nutshell  We're more than just tires!  f        -iV  k      *���-'#-  r,   tatamrtveMrucfcnras- Satot ft Service  ImnmHim Mecfcanted * Eihawtt toptectMMot  r*H<jnment��  Brakes ��� Shocks ��� Tuneem  1                General MaKhanical   w -j,  8M-27M  Coastal Tires  stuart nutter   **i**i*^{*^i*!^<*!'*<***<*<*<e*,  ness in Winnipeg. The only  thing that broke Ihis pretty well  total serenity was that we started  to run oul of food.  Forsythe and I took off on  skis across country, headed we  figured, for Kenora. After  awhile, not gelling there, we  climbed to the top of the highest  hill around and found ourselves  looking down on Ihe cottage we  had lefl wilh a wisp of smoke  from ihe fire where Alan was  studying philosophy.  We had noted on our way a  place where people were logging and the next day we took a  mickey of rum and got a drive  in lo Kenora. There was noi  much time for shopping and we  split the shopping list, and it  was not until we had got back to  the cottage that we recognized  that somehow we had each got  Ihe same half of this list.  Fortunately we were not out  of Ihe staples, beans, bread,  onions, etc., and we were not  out of rum, but we stayed out of  more civilized Ihings, marmalade and mushrooms and  parsley and lemon, and so forth.  We had chopped a hole in the  lake and were catching reason  able fish.  Ken went on to the RAF  school ai Cranforth in England  (I think). Not long after Ihe war  began he was very much  involved in that. Alan was  among the first young people  picked to start production al the  new National Film Board. He  was also among the first really  troubled by the thought that  communism might in fact, be  our best alternative after the  war.  He went to Prague before a  couple of years, decided against  it, went to the London School of  Economics and got straightened  away, got back to Canada, and  taught at Concordia in Montreal  for many years.  ll is many years also since  I've seen either of these onetime friends. What with one  thing and another and the way  the world was as we moved  through our 20s, we were in  very different places and came  lo be doing quite different  things. I feel quite sure though,  that we all remember this quiet  two weeks in winter Lake of  The Woods, coming as it did at  a somehow strategic time.  Delicious Traditional  Cornish Pasties  ..(���ia. For Lunch or Dinner  ajfe, Quick & Easy  Pop one of these Cornish  pasties in the microwave  and enjoy the flavour of  East Airican Masau, Finally  a convenience food that  won't compromise good  health or good taste,  Pick up noma- today .if <ana* of time  convenient location*:  ��,ll>Mans: Variety Foods, Party Shop, Petro-( an Deli  Roberta Creek Roberts Creek Store, Robert! Creek Legion  Scalitlt: Diinksrt Links, Wakefield inn  ^-fr-^-**^*^*^-**;**-**-^-^  Metallic heartland  of Yugoslavia  Last night Dragan cooked  coffee for me, a black oily liquid  heated in a copper flask wilh a  brass handle, served in a tiny  cup on a tray with a glass of  mineral water alongside. Two  sips and only the bitter grounds  remain lingering, acrid, at the  back of my throat.  I tell him that lasl time I  drank this type of coffee was in  Sarajevo, Yugoslavia in 1979.  When I return home that nighl  to watch the 10 o'clock news, I  learn that Sarajevo has been  shelled, blockaded, slapped  senseless.  A family has been trapped in  their home for 80 days - were  they Croatian Catholics trapped  in a Muslim neighbourhood or  Muslims trapped among Serbian  Orthodox believers? In this  place, Yugoslavia, meaning the  South Slavic country, all combinations are possible.  Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Sarajevo.  The fighting follows a route  eerily parallel to my 1979 journey around Yugoslavia. Then,  Tito was still alive, leader, war  hero, presiding over this vital,  cosmopolitan country choked  with ethnicities, religions and  languages.  Socialists travelled there  eagerly to sludy worker control  of industry; Bulgarians came  thankfully lo buy toasters. Vacationing Germans and British  enjoyed the fields and olive  groves that rural families has  opened up as autocamps.  Sarajevo was the dark mountainous crossroads of Europe  and Asia. It was a city of con  crete block apartments, modem  freeways and screaming jet  planes.  The old town marketplace  rang wilh Ihe sounds of hammering and hawking. Smiths  and metalworkers fashioned  copper and brass into jewelry,  pots and trays, then stood before  Iheir cubbyhole shops to beckon  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your ores ft home with us.  Pet /Animal Care  Mall Clearing ind Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yanl Maintenance  Regular Home Cheek or Uve-in Service  C,��1L SHARON 885-2228  or harass.  Their cries vied with Ihe call  to prayer from a centuries-old  minarel. Was it a mosque or a  cathedral whose greening dome  I remember casting a dark shadow over the outdoor cafe where  we devoured spit-roasted lamb,  crisp raw onion and blood-red  wine? As we ale, bone-jarring  trucks hurtled past us brimming  wilh cabbages, packing crates or  cement, while a goat rambled  casually along a boulevard of  gravestones oblivious to the roar  from the street.  The mists lhat settled in the  jagged V of Ihis steep-sided valley could have arisen from the  lush steaming river and forest  nearby, or could have been  industrial fog, from rough-spirited gasline fumes and a hundred  factory chimneys.  1 think of Sarajevo as a  metallic city. It is beaten copper,  the colour of pennies and water  pipes, filaments and fine crepe  pans. Ils noise is the clank of  machinery, of steel girders  erecting and cranes constructing. It is the wrought ironwork  on the bridge where a frantic  assassin shot an Austrian archduke precipitating the First  World War.  And now ihere is the cold  metal of guns and tanks. Now  there are mortar shells and lead  bullets striking deep into the  place where Yugoslavia once  had a heart.  JAN DEGRASS  Editor's note: Jan DeGrass  is a Gibsons freelance writer  who has previously written  about Yugoslavia for the Vancouver Sun and The Globe and  Mail.  Support Canadian  peacekeepers  Your readers will remember  lhat United Nations peacekeepers were awarded Ihe Nobel b  Peace Prize in 1988 and that a  large number of the Canadian  Armed Forces shared in that  magnificent tribute.  As this letter is being read,  our armed forces are once again  risking their lives in Ihe cause of  peace, mosi recently in  Yugoslavia. They are far from  Iheir loved ones and from the  wonderful country of Canada,  yet they are very close to danger. Can your readers imagine  how wonderful it is to hear from  fellow Canadians that their sacrifice in the cause of peace is  appreciated? Maybe some of  your readers could take the lime  to say thank you.  We hope you teturn safely lo  your loved ones in Canada. We .  are very proud of you. Your  readers may contact service personnel in Yugoslavia by writing  to: N Company, Operation Harmony, CC UN Profor, CFPO  5003, Belleville, Ontario KOI.  3R0.  Your solidarity with Cana  da's armed forces is deeply  appreciated  BOB LOCKHART  Chairman, Conference of  Defence Associations  Logging regulations  not enforced  Forest Minister Dan Miller  has revealed that logging operations on Vancouver Island are  ."appalling". An independent  audil found lhal 2/3 of the S3  randomly selected fish-bearing  streams suffered major lo moderate damage from sloppy logging practices. Forest companies  have been operating under Ministry of Forest (MOF) guidelines  designed to minimize such damage. This audit reveals MOF  guidelines lo be ineffectual and  the Ministry a paper tiger incapable of enforcing its own  guidelines.  The audit is also in direct  opposition to recent statements  by the BC Forest Alliance's  Jack Munro, on the public  record as saying: "We did some  things wrong in the past, we're  not doing them wrong anymore." Either Munro and  Alliance are grossly misinformed or they're misleading  Ihe public.  Jim Pine  Victoria  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  it,  .   :..,.;.���      .!^i(l ���;  mmmm  r  Come in and  Check Out Our  WEE.KLY PET  FOOD SPECIALS  ma  NEW!  Farmers Market  Sunday  10AM-1PM  LOCALLY GROWN  PRODUCE  >  DOG&CATF  Dry and Canned  ��� Science Diet  ���IAMS  ��� Techni- al  ��� Nutro Max  ��� Purina  ' Wayne y Many More  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  Rabbit 8 Hamster Food  ��� Pet Accessories  ��� Domestic Bird Seeds  ���Wild Bird Seed  ��� Shavings  ���Kitty litter  Bucket-field's  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd.. 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Saj Joseph, who lived on the  Coast a few years ago, returned  to repeal his victory of 198?  over perennial runnerup Chris  Wales (of the Grantham's pod)  in a lough three setter, with past  winners Robbie Jones and Dan  Cardinall losing in semi-final  action  Other results saw the moth  er son team of Wendy and Chris  Waifs handle the team of Janis  Brown and ihe somewhat senior  BfiC Cardinall To round oul the  completed events Wendy Wales  and Cneta Cru/ek succeeded in a  round robin ladies' doubles.  Ihe tournament committee  would like to thank Kathy Cram  for her great contribution al the  windup libation, post mortem  litigation and luscious lunch.  With a round of applause the  players expressed their appreciation to the people and businesses that were so generous  with their contributions to the  trophy lable - SuperValu, Cub  sons Building Supplies, PI1.11  niasave, J's Unisex, Coast  Hooks, Sunnycrest Photo and  South Coast Ford.  It was a pleasant surprise for  all lo find that the courts in  Dougal Park had been freshly  painted, ll is understood that the  Town of (iibsons, ihe SunCoast  Racquet Club and a driving  force from Soames Point were  ihe responsible parties ll is also  understood that the courts at  Brothers Park will be hit by the  same crew, the Wesl Howe  Sound Recreation Commission,  with great foresight having budgeted for the painl.  $&*���&  Friday & Saturday  Dine  Dance  at the  NEW  CHINA KITCHEN  RESTAURANT  LIVE MUSIC FEA TURING  "NORTHWYND"  Chinese gourmet buffet  available 4:00pm - 8:30pm  Regular Full Service Menu  Available Until 1:00am  EVERYONE WELCOJWE!  BAND STARTS 8:30PM  128-1100 Hwy., 101 Gibsons Park Plaza  Kate fin back) and Kerry Bidder make good time down Highway  101 with their dog Cody retting in the hack. The just married  couple from Kimberly are doing the short circle circuit from  Campbell River/Nanaimo to Horseshoe Bay, up the Sunshine  Coast to Powell River and back to Campbell River via Comox.  Joel Johnstone photo  pendergolf  by Wendy Haddock  The Pender Harbour Golf  Club would like lo thank all the  people who braved the elements  last weekend and did play in the  tournaments. Senior mens day  Tuesday. Aug. 4 saw 44 golfers  play hidden teams.  First team John Willcock,  Henry Merry, Roy LaFave and  Ed McAllister at 199: second  bridge comer  team Brownie, John Cameron,  Murrel Smith and Len Best at  202. Closest to the pin on number three was Ian McDonald  and on number six, George  Reid; la?s Hassan hit the hoop  on number seven.  I personally would like lo  say a big thank you to everyone  who helped painl the clubhouse  and pro shop. It looks great.  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners Aug. 5 were first, Tom and  Gerry Cross; second, Marjorie Paterson and Gwenda Thain; third,  Tom Wood and Wilbur Rousseau, followed by Cecelia Scolt and  Gail Watson.  Aug. 10: first. Jean Coyle and Patti Phillips; second, B.J. Miller  and George Jacobs; and third. Marg McCrodan and Louise Nichol.  Beginner and intermediate group bridge lessons will start in  September. To register, phone 885-5552 any time.  ACBL contest: first, Jean Coyle; second, Pat Ashby, and third,  B.J. Miller.  The last of the free mini-series. Defensive Signals, will be given  Monday, Aug 17 at 7 pm in the Senior Cili/ens Hall, Sechell. Everyone welcome.  Beware heat exhaustion  Hot sunny weather may be  good for summer recreation, but  remember to be careful. If  enjoyed to excess, both the risk  of sunburn and heal exhaustion  increases significantly.  Sunburns may occur within  only fifteen to twenty minutes of  exposure to the sun, even on  cloudy days. Because of this, it  is important for people to use  sunscreen with bolh UVA and  L'VB protection.  Sunscreen should be applied  half an hour before exposure to  the sun. and re-applied after  swimming and exercise with  careful attention to sensitive  areas like tbe ears and lips. Doctors recommend a sunscreen  withanSPFat 15 or 20.  Even if you are wearing sunscreen it is possible lo suffer  from heat exhaustion. This condition, which occurs when body  temperature elevates beyond  normal levels, should be consid  ered as a serious warning for  impending heal stroke. Symptoms of heal exhaustion include:  a vague uncomfortable feeling,  fatigue, dizziness, lightheadedness or dehydration, and a  headache.  People can easily get into  heat trouble without realizing it,  and one of the biggest risks  leading to heat exhaustion is the  consumption of alcohol.  Alcohol makes people more  susceptible lo adverse effects  from heal because, like some  medications, it affects the  body's ability to regulate its  temperature.  It is important to get someone suffering from heat exhaustion out of the heat and into t  place wiih a cooler temperature.  They should also be given fluids. An electrolyte solution, like  many sports drinks, is best,  however a soft drink or regulai  water are fine as well.  l: .- community  St. Bartholomew's celebrates 100years  As part of ils Centennial Celebrations, St. Bartholomew's is  preparing a parish history. Several former Rectors have sent  reminiscences.  Rev. Dennis Morgan, who  was here in Gibsons from 1968  lo 1971, writes: "The fondest  memories of my days at St.  Bartholomew's have to do wiih  people. The first people I met,  who came lo visit me in Vancouver, were Ross Gibson, warden at St. Bart's, and Ellen  Harper warden at St. Aidan's.  They convinced me lhat the  Sunshine Coast was a beautiful  place to live. They were right.  "My firsl community task  was a pleasant one. I picked up  Marie Clarke and drove here  wilh some Women's Auxiliary  Christmas gifts, (chocolates and  cookies) to some parishioners. I  remember meeting Winn Tyson,  Captain and Mrs. Metcalfe, and  other dear souls, including Mrs.  D. Ii. Arnold, who gave me a  precious book of Saint's prayers  that I will never part wilh.  "Some of my happiest memories have to do with House  Communions. I would drive  along Franklin Headlands, "the  strip" as we called it, and pick  up my three musketeers: Edith  Baker, (my beloved warden,  comforter and confidant during  some of my life's saddest  moments), Elsie Hulchins and  Marguerite Meyers. A jollier  In  F    ... * Ma- 1    .;������ *���*,'���; ion ���' i  Xtfci" .  v.    ..       \   ../*T ./'A  .V ���.������������ y ��� 'fi\  '       ����� v. '���'     '���      0,    "M*  A rendition of St Bartholomew's Church in 1892.  carload you couldn't imagine.  Those Wednesday morning  communions, followed by coffee, muffins and jam, and lots ojf  laughter, fill me with nostalgia  to this day. Rev. and Mrs.  Oswald (Alice) always enjoyed  a weekly visit. I would pick up  their friend, Mrs. Clarkson, as I  drove down Pratt Road, and  together we would celebrate  Communion around the dining  room table. Flo Blake, who  lived down the end of Gower  Point Road, past the Chasten,  gave me a brass cross which I  use to this day al House Communions. I never tired of watching the ferry make the turn  towards Langdale; the golden  sunsets on the snow-capped  North Shore mountains; The  serenity of a windless, cloudless  morning, looking our over Keats  Island with the waler like a plate  of glass. And on top of Ihe hill,  overlooking the splendor of it  all: St. Bartholomew's, now 100  years old. Congratulations - and  thanks for ihe memories!"  As well as hosting a Centennial Summer Open House, Friday, Saturday and Sundays from  2pm to 7pm, St. Bart's is having  .Summer Fun Days for children  from 5 lo 12 years of age.  August 17 to 21, from 9am to  noon. There will be music,  snacks, with a team of young  people leading this program  wiih an environmental theme.  On Wed Aug. 19, from 2pm  to Ipm, St. Hart's is hosting a  Pioneer Recognition Tea, wilh  music, prizes and displays.  Bring a pioneer friend. A lun  cheon iheatrc on Aug. 16 at  noon will highlight interesting  and amusing stories from our  pasl; meet Mrs. Metcalfe, Ihe  Thains, Rev. Bailey and others.  St. Bart's has had a wonderful time - from producing cook  books and notccards wilh the  help of our talented parishioners, to preparing the Float  recently seen in the Sea Cavalcade parade. Our festivities culminate Sunday, Aug. 23, at  10:30am wilh a Thanksgiving  festival in remembrance of St.  Bartholomew's Day. Happy  100th St. Bart's!!!  Coast News, August 17, 1992  DURING  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE  Ken Dalgleish & Bob Carpenter  Friday August 21, Saturday August 22  Binge  *0 SoS^ I  Closed Sundays 1  No General Meetings       HOT SNACKS  until September EVERY NIGHT  3064 I .ovver Road ��� 886-99.84  J  ill  would like to announce  that as of AUGUST 1,1992  DR. ROBERT M. .LEHMAN  will be on a 1 YEAR SABBATICAL  and  DR. JIM MCFAHJLAND  will commence AUGUST 17, 1992.  by George Cooper  A Story For Bedtime ��* -  He found the little creature in the swamp near his home and  brought it lo his dad. "Funny looking thing," said his dad. "Long hind  legs, longer than the front ones. Long bony tail." "H'mmm," his dad  added, "wonder if the professor down the road is still playing with his  genes experiments?"  Henry, lhat was the little boy's name, didn't care about the professor's jeans so he just said, "Can I, I mean may I, keep him dad?"  His mother heard this and said in her don't-talk-back voice, "Get it  out ol the house." His dad, red in the face, said "We'll keep him in  the bam." Henry went every day to Ihe swamp to get water plants for  his lizard. His dad, who read a lot of comics, said "It looks like, a  miniature dinosaur. Call it Dino." So Henry did. a. .  Dino grew and grew until he was almost too big for the slall in the  barn and he ate all the lime. Henry was so busy he didn't have lime to  go lo school. One night when Henry went to the barn wilh his candle  lantern for lighl, he found Dino looking very uncomfortable. As he  held the lantern near Dino's head, Dino suddenly scrunched up and  went "Blau-ugh!" Dino had belched.  The little yellow candle flame turned blue and leaped up more  than a metre high. When Henry told his dad about this, he said  "H'mmm" which Henry knew meant his dad was thinking up another  scheme to make money.  In no time at all his dad had called John of the Swamp News lo  advertise for tourists. And the tourists came by the dozen. A couple  of hours before each show, Henry gathered the special roots lhal he  knew made Dino belch. Henry's dad put on white breeches and a  black tophat and collected SO cents from each tourist except the little  kids. Even Henry's mother caught the excitement of the show and  made swampberry tarts lo sell.  Dino belched on cue every time.  Then the town lady came on her bicycle with her little dog riding  in a wire basket on Ihe handlebars. She got right down to business in  front of all the tourists too. You can't exploit this...this creature this  Fall '92 Credit Offerings  at the Sechelt Campus  Beginning September 8  AcademicAJniverslty Transfer  Courses  The following courses form the core of first  year programs leading to Bachelor's degrees  in Arts, Social Sciences ol the Humanities at  the University of British Columbia, Simon  Fraser University or the University of Victoria.  English 100 French 100  Biology 105 Economics 100  Psychology 100 Business Management 100  Philosophy 101 (carries no transfer credit)  To register for any of the above courses, drop  in to the North Campus or call 885-9310.  Adult Basic Education  Courses in English, Mathematics and Science  are available lor those who wish to upgrade or  refresh their skills in these ereas to the college  entrv level.  Returning students may register at any time;  new students are requested to register at an  orientation session at 10:00 am. on Thursday,  August 27.  Early Childhood Education  Funding has been received to allow us to offer  the E.C.E. program on a part-time basis. More  information will be made available as soon as  details are finalized.  Watch for our fall brochure which contains  information on our non-credit courses as well  as mora details concerning credit offerings.  The brochure will be delivered to your home  during the week of August 17.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE   5627 Inlet Avenue ���Sechelt "885-9310  way. He must go back lo the swamp." She looked very fierce as she  waved a cardboard sign above her head. Henry didn't know whal  exploit meant and he couldn't read the sign the lady waved in front of  the tourists. He hadn't been to school much, looking after Dino. The  tourists came into the barnyard for the show, anyway.  Well, the town lady's little dog wenl sniffing at Dino's long tail  and Dino gave his tail a twitch that sent the little dog ears over hind  end. "Thai's the limit," the lady from the town said, stamping her  boot on the ground, "lhat creature must be destroyed." And she rode  away with her little dog on her bicycle. She was never seen again.  Dino, however, stopped belching all of a sudden. No more  tourists. Henry's dad cut the bam door wide enough to get Ihe evergrowing Dino out and then he took him off to the professor's house  one night, rang the bell and hurried away. He didn't even leave a  note. Henry had to go back to school, the biggest boy in his class.  SMOOTHER  MOVERS  ^EXPERIENCED tf CAREFUL tf INEXPENSIVE*  987-8655  1 DAY on  NMHT  991 W 1ST AVE, NORTH VANCOUVER  .OUR LOW - OVERHEAD, HIGH - VOLUME OPERATION  ALLOWS US TO OFFER REASONABLE RATES  | ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  The Key to Success.  i   Gibsons ��� 886-2622  1   Sechelt ��� 885-3930  Notice Board  Ongoing events must Ik undated monthly  We reserve the right tn edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine communily interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the evcnl.  .5*����"SSSS  .ciBIBOIlON  The Sunshine  Coasl News  SATURDAY, AUGUST 22  Sunehine Coeet Arte Council Studio  Tour to the studios ol Don Hopkins and  Papier-Magique, 9am - 12:30pm. Fee:  $7. For info and registration call Ricki  Moss, 886-9679 or the Arts Centre at  885-5412.  Third Annuel Seve Georgle Streit  Marathon. Paddle, swim or fly by human  power Irom Sechell to Nanaimo and join  hundreds of others for a celebration of the  Strait. This fundraiser for Save Georgia  Strait Alliance and your favorite society is  "a chance to give something back" to the  Strait. For info contact Al Rycroft: 753-  3459, 247-8655 FAX or Ihe Sunshine  Coast Coordinator Marie Bisson-Monlpetit  883-2140. To register or pledge, phone 1-  800-66-KAYAK.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 30  Peninsula Centre NDP Club General  Meeting al Greene Court Hall. Selection of  delegates to the provincial convention.  MISCELLANEOUS  NEW HOURS: Gibsons and District  Public Library will now be open Tuesdays  and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30.Thursdays  2:30-7:30; and Salurdays 9:30-2:30. For  more inlormation, call 886-2130 38  The Arthritis Society. (B.C and Yukon  Division) will be holding a three-day  workshop al Ihe Garibaldi Heallh Unit in  Sechelt on Sept. 25, 26 and 27 Irom 9:30  a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The workshop will train  persons to become leaders of the Arthritis  Self-Management Program - a program  which gives those with arthritis new skills  and knowledge allowing them to take a  more active role in their care Participants  need no previous experience or medical  knowledge. If you would like to attend the  three-day free workshop, call Sheila  Carlson al 886-8124.  Ankylosing Spondylitis Self-Help  Support Group. II you or someone you  love would like to meet others with A.S. (a  form of arthritis), please join us. For  information please call Anne, 531-8307.  Every Saturday during July and August.  Meet at 11:00am at the Sunshine Coast  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre at the loot  of Trout Lake Rd��� Halfmoon Bay. Tour of  the Caren Range. For info phone 883-  2807. #33  92 Orlentetion set to start at UBC.  Heading lo UBC this fall? Get lo know all  the important things with the help of  Orientation '92. All first-year students, their  parents, and college transfer students are  invited lo attend. For more information call  822-3733.  The Sunshine Coast Volunteer and  Information Centre only has a few  community directories left and would like to  get rid of Ihem before starling a new  reprint in 1993. A special price ol $3.00  has been put on the few left. Call 885-5881  for more information or lo order.  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church  Hwy 101 & North Rd, Gibsons. Fun  days. One people one planet, side by  side, hand in hand, ages 5 to 12. 9-  12:30, Mon to Thurs, 9-2 Friday. August  17 to 21. Registration fee $5.00.  Everyone welcome. For info call 886-  3354 or 886-9569. 31  Sechelt Public Library Summer Reading  Program 6 Wednesdays starting July 8 -  Aug. 12th. 1:30-2:30 at library. Children  aged 6-12 welcome. More info 885-3260.  31  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open  unlil 5:00pm.Displays are constantly  changing. There is something ol interest  for all ages Located al 716 Winn Road.  Visit the Sunshine Coast's regional  museum today.  Bethel Baptist Summer Fun. July 6-  Augusl 26th. Monday to Friday (ages 6 to  11) For more info please call Tracey  Jardine. 885-2454. 34  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre,  #205-5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959.  32  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's & St. Andrew's Youth Group  every Monday night. All young people welcome. Call 885-6036, for more info.      32  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling,  Mondays 1:30 pm. Exercise wilh Joan  Frembd Mons. & Thursdays -11 -12.     32  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy  Family Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 885-  2108 or 886-4781 for delails. 32  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art  rental & sales at Sunahlne Coast Art  Centre. Open 2-6pm. Coffee served.  Original works by Sunshine Coast artists  for sale or rent; any donations of unused  frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412. 34  Gibsons Table Tennis Club starts Sept.  15 and plays every Tuesday, 7-10 p.m. in  ihe Elphinstone Secondary School cafeteria. Join as a member or play as a guest.  Beginners always welcome. Call Jim at  886-2775  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi  Heallh Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons  Thursday from 7 to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-  7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group  meets 12:45-2:30pm, at the United  Church, Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Into:  886-7159.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basemenl  of church otf Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1  lo 3 pm. 26  Gibsons Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tia  Chi al 2:30 and cards al 7:00 pm lor  seniors at Harmony Hall every Friday. Info  886-9619 or 886-9000. 35  FRIDAYS  Shadow Bank Cappuccino Bar has  "entertainment'' every Friday evening for  our customers' pleasure!  SATURDAYS  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tours, every  Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 4pm.  Beginning in September, weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway  Rd. (off Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-  4136  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up.  Come and go as you please. 5123 Davis  Bay Road. 7:00 -11:00pm. 26  mmmmmmm  mmmm Coast News, August 1 7, 1 *W_'  Dr. Vineyard Choy  is pleased to announce the opening of his  second  Dental Practice  at #6 Seaview Place  in Gibsons  Hours will be Monday - Wednesday.  9 am - 5 pm  and the telephone # is B86-7B30  New Patients Are Welcome  Pinoir Harbour offic* hours  are 1 hur-sday   ��aatur*clav 9 am   S pm  and the�� telephone �� ib 883-SBB7  community  -nifttlSf  CORDLESS  TELEPHONE  SPP-75  SONY OF CANADA LTD.  AVAILABLE AT  Adventure ELECTRONICS  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS ��� 886-7215  Residential  Garbage  Collection  In the near future the Town will be going  out to tender lor the residential garbage collection  contract as our contractor is terminating his services for  health reasons. In the interim period Sunshine Coast  Disposal Services Ltd. will provide the collection  service.  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY the following requirements  for garbage put out for collection will be strictly  observed;  ��� Garbage collections will be limited to 2 standard  garbage containers per residential unit. A standard  container is 17 gallons or 77 litres.  ��� Excess containers and garbage in bags, boxes,  etc. WILL NOT be collected and will remain the  responsibility of the resident. The ONLY exceptions will  be if tags have been purchased in advance for the  excess garbage.  ��� Containers are to be placed at the curb prior to  8:00 a.m. on the usual collection day.  Tags for excess garbage are available immediately at a  cost of $10 for a book of 10. Tags may be purchased at  the following locations;  ��� Sunshine Coast Disposal Services Ltd. - 1009  Sunshine Coast Highway  ��� Kingo Diesel -1009 Sunshine Coast Highway  ��� Town of Gibsons - 474 South Fletcher Road  ���'      Sunshine Coast Disposal drivers  Residents who are having specific problems with their  garbage collection are asked to report their problem to  Sunshine Coast Disposal at 886-2938.  Dan Legg, C.G.A.  Administrator  roberts creek  by B.'.i'i ley Shipley  Creek Daze schedule  Creek Due 1992 starts Friday. Aug. 21 al 6 pm with a  theme baseball game and family  bvbeqiN at Cliff Gilker Park,  batbequet prov Ided  Saturday, Aug. 22, 9:30 am  is parade assembly time al Ihe  hall Lasl minute participants  IK welcome. The lliggledy Pig-  gledy Parade begins at 10 am  and will wind its way down  Robeils Creek Road lo Ihe store.  Ihe book sale will be taking  place outside the library at Ihis  lime  I he rt-si of the events will  take place al Cliff Ciilker Park  liom noon until approximately 5  pin and will include: live music,  food, crafts, kids activities and  entertainment, boat building  iplease bung a hammer), dunk  lank, volleyball, a slug ga/e and  much more Don't forget to  bring youi decorated gumbools  foi display.  Cliff Qllker Park is a beautilul selling I'or the Due, but Ihe  man of trails and creeks can be  hazardous, so parents, please do  noi allow your children lo wander into the trails or play by Ihe  waterfall unattended. Also, let's  respect Ihe park and leave il as  we find il - no garbage or damage.  Also note lhat no vehicles  will be permitted into the park.  There will be access for emergency vehicles and the handicapped. A free shuttle bus will  be running all afternoon from  the school.  davis bay news  An adult dance Saturday  nighl is still a possibility, so  watch for posters in downtown  Roberts Creek this week.  A few people have organized  (his community celebration and  now need help from you. A volunteer sign-up poster is in the  store so please go down and  look at it and donate an hour of  your time.  The organizers hope everyone in our community will come  out, have fun and celebrate  being part of Robeits Creek.  Inner Ear Studio  The lack of a proper business  permit for the Inner Ear Coffee  House has brought up quite a  controversy in Roberts Creek.  Residents appear to be against a  temporary permit amendment of  the Official Settlement Plan  (OSP) which would allow the  coffee house/studio to operate as  a business.  Concerns regarding precedent setting which would allow  for further businesses to operate  in ihe Creek were expressed at a  meeting at the hall recently. The  coffee house will continue to  operate as is until a solution is  found.  Congratulations  Two Creekers received  recognition this week. Katherine  Trueman was awarded the Silver Acorn for scouting, and  Sarah Norris, age II, placed  third in Ihe White Rock music  festival held this month for her  version of Rumour Has It. Sarah  will be singing at Creek Daze  Aug. 22.  Porpoise Bay calm and 28-plus Celsius weather combined with  thb 'make-do' diving platform to make a big splash.  Joel Johnstone pholo  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Do you find it a little bit depressing when  you pick up ihe papers and see oodles of ads  for Back To School items? Gosh, 1 do ... it  kind of sends a subtle signal that summer is  winding down. I guess there are lots of  moms who are eagerly looking forward to it  though. As 1 remember, life resumed a normal routine and after a few weeks, everyone  settled into iheir own schedule.  Speaking of school days, I know there  musl be some of you out there who are eligible to attend one of the high school reunions  lhat are being held in the months to come.  John Oliver High School (my old Alma  Mater) is seeking former classmates from  the war years, 1939 to 1945, for a reunion  planned for Oct. 2 and 3. If this applies lo  sechelt scenario  you, phone Tom Dennett at 224-4775 or Ken  Warner at 434-5037.  Kitsilano High School class of '67 is  searching for grads to celebrate ihe 25th year  reunion planned for Oct. 24. If you're one,  please phone Peter McGregor at 732-0880.  Bumaby South Secondary School alumni  'rebels with a cause', is looking for classmates from 1922 through 1992 to celebrate  the opening of the new school in 1993.  Phone 299-7964 or write BSSSA, 5325 Kin-  caid Street, Bumaby, BC V5GIW2.  There was a nice turnout for (he farewell  coffee party held in honour of Charlie and  Charlotte Copeland at Ihe hall on Tuesday  evening. They both spoke aboul how al  home they have been made to feel here in  Davis Bay and while they certainly miss it,  their family is home in Ontario and lhat is  certainly where their hearts are. We wish  you both all the best as you prepare to leave  us.  The annual pioneer picnic will be held on  Sunday, Sept. 13 starting at 4 pm. It is hoped  that the making of old-fashioned ice cream  will be one of the highlights this year. If you  have an ice cream making machine, please  give Jean a call al 885-2954. Last year the  picnic was cancelled because so many people were away, so hence ihe reason for having it iii September rather than the'usnal  August. Mark it on your calendar.  Please take lime this week to enjoy ihe  last weeks of summer. Forget the jelly and  jam, the tomatoes and beans - spend some  time just relaxing.  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7345  Have you noticed? There are  leaves out there turning colour  and falling to the ground.  Recent forecasts of a severe  winter ahead sent me into a  gloomy tailspin for a few days.  Then I looked around and reasoned, no, this is not  Saskatchewan. The forecasters  aren't referring to minus 40  degrees with sundogs around a  pale sun in a brilliant blue sky.  They don't imply numb Angers,  COMEIffilPOSCaEWM  THI8FHIDAY68A  HAS CHANGED  OWNERSHl  toes and ears that bring tears to  the eyes as they thaw. They  aren't suggesting cars with  frozen seats and tires as we  drive slowly from one plug-in  for our block heaters to another.  What is a harsh winter on the  Sunshine Coast?  I guess they mean long days  of grey skies and rain. Have you  ever noticed that BC weather  forecasters have nearly as many  words for rain as the Inuit do for  snow - lightly misting, drizzle,  showers. They only use the  word rain when the clouds open  and pour out with the force of a  pressurized hose. And they must  mean that heavy wet snow that  occasionally falls.  For now, despite the falling  leaves, summer is still here, the  blackberries are ripe and, hopefully, there will be long golden  days to come before winter.  Summer activities abound along  the coast.  Seniors picnic  August 20 is the day for the  seniors picnic at Porpoise Bay  Park at noon. Bring your chair,  sun hat and potluck contribution. Saturday, Aug. 22 brings  four special events to the area.  The annual Roberts Creek Daze  gets off to a big start wilh a  parade down Roberts Creek  Road and then on to Cliff Gilker  Park for fun and games. On the  same day, the annual Brookman  Children's Fishing Derby takes  place at the Davis Bay wharf,  from 11 am to 1 pm. Registration in the parking lot of the  Beach Buoy is followed by a pie  eating contest.  Strait Marathon  This is also the day for the  third annual Save the Georgia  Strait marathon. The entrants  will take off from Snickett Park  at 6 am. If you're not participating come and watch as all manner of marine vehicles brave the  Strait.  It is on the 22, also, that the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  presents its final studio tour of  the summer. This last tour features two studios, Don Hopkins  REDWING  BOOTS  Walking Shoe  Comfort with Work  Boot Performance  ILV^^l     Available  *\pg&r EXCLUSIVELY  0$&i$**   at Coaat Cobbler  Coast Cobbler  55M - (Ml ��t. Hwy. 101 - Sechell  and Papier Magique from 9 am  to 12:30 pm for a $7 fee. For  information and registration call  Ricki Moss at 886-9679 or the  Arts Centre 885-5412.  Also at the Arts Cenlre, a  wonderful show is being presented called Handmade Boats  and Bubble Gum. It features a  selection of boats from local  owners who are often the boat  designers and builders as well.  The show began Aug. 11 and  runs until Aug. 30.  Something to plan for, with  autumn inevitably coming, is  the upcoming Chapman Creek  Hatchery Tours. These will be  held eveiy Saturday and Sunday  beginning in September. Weekly group tours by appointment  only al 4381 Parkway Road (off  Field Road) in Wilson Creek,  call 885-4136 for information.  It's time to be very careful  with open flames from any  source including our barbecues.  Until those promised rains  come, our coast is very dry and  vulnerable.  'Clunkers'  bew.are  If that old clunker parked by  ihe side of the road is yours, it's  lime to watch out. A 'car  removal' program begun by the  Sechelt Highway Patrol in Gibsons will now include Sechelt  as well. With the Sechelt bylaw  enforcement officer vacancy the  highway patrol has begun  removing uninsured vehicles  from highway right-of-ways.  The right-of-way includes  the roadway, shoulder and land  to the property line. Vehicles  parked, whether for sale or not,  wilh expired, invalid or absent  plates are subject to immediate  removal without notice. On  August 11 six vehicles were  lowed from the Sechelt area and  another three from Gibsons.  '.  trnW  .*~-*2��?  -    **.     --..     -.-'.' community  Coast News, August 17, 1992  by Ruth Forrester, 88S-2418  It was a sentimental journey recently for  Maty Shaanon, foimeily of Redrooffs and  now liviag in Sechelt. Mary thoroughly  enjoyed a cruise on the Tzoonie up the inlet  which included an exciting trip through  Skookumchuck Rapids and a delightful  lunch stop at Narrows Inlet.  What made the day special for Mary was  the fact it was at the small community of  Doriston, which is on the way up to the  rapids, that she and her husband just arrived  from England, first settled on the Sunshine  Coast many years ago. It had been a long  time since Mary had seen this lovely spot  and Art Giroux, the tour guide, made it a  memorable occasion for Mary when he  slowed the boat down and sounded the horn  while passing Doriston.  Grateful thanks lo Art for having made  this such a lovely day for a special lady.  Open House  By now most of you will have already  driven past and admired the new firehall on  Redrooffs Road. The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department has a brand new home  with quite a lot more space for trucks and  equipment. They would like you to join them  in a celebration for the official opening on  Saturday, Aug. 29 when there will be an  open house to .which everyone is welcome.  This will be from 9 am until noon and you  can come along, have a look at the new facility, meet some of the firemen, and enjoy a  cup of coffee and doughnuts. The volunteers  are also hosting a family picnic on Sunday,  Aug. 30 wilh lots of fun and parent/child  events. The place is Coopers Green, which  has been the scene of lots of great picnics  and weddings this summer  Pioneer dies  Some oldtimets in the Halfmoon Bay area  will remember F.dna Brooks, who later  became Gladstone Edna died at Mission last  week. She came to Halfmoon Bay as far  back as 1907 and these were the Brooks  whose name was given to Brooks Road and  Brooks Cove. This cove had been formerly  known as Cougar Cove when there were  many cougare in the area, llie original house  is still standing and occupied and it was jusl  a couple of months ago that I iln.i visited the  coast and made a trip to see the old house.  The Brooks firsl cul a bridle trail from Ihe  cove lo Halfmoon Bay lo take Ihe children  by horse lo the school and they then became  the first family in the area lo own a car in  which they drove Ihe children along a rough  dirt road. Edna was ania/ed at Ihe changes  which have taken place since she lived hen.*  and she will be remembered by quite a few  people in Ihe area. Surviving are two sons,  one daughter and several grandchildren.  Herbert and Gertrude Jones,  or "Bert and Gert" as they  like to be known, enjoyed a  free breakfast August 11 at  the Village Restaurant In  Sechelt, In honour of their 65-  ycar marriage. Originally  from Liverpool, England -  "Where the Beatles come  from," says Bert - they came  to Canada on vacation in  1966 and never went back.  Nancy Moote pholo  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  Keep in mind the dale of August 26. May Widman is oiganizing a  day trip to the PNE. Phone May at 885-520010 reserve a seat on the  bus. Pick up is at the Royal Bank in Sechelt at 7:30 am to board the  8:30 am ferry and then return on the 5:30 pm sailing. Anyone can  take this trip - it's not just for seniors.  It doesn't seem possible we're approaching the close of summer.  There is one more day to mark on your calendar. The seniors picnic is  scheduled for 12 noon on August 20 at East Porpoise Bay campground.,Bring plate, flatware and cup along with your favourite summer recipe. If you are a gentleman living alone, consider bringing  pickles, ketchup, mustard, olives, etc.  Another craft sale will take place on Saturday, October 24 at Ihe  seniors new hall from 10 am to 2 pm. There will be lots more room  and tables will rent at $10 each. For those who are interested, there is  ample time. There will be a small admission fee with a draw on a  harbour watch  teddy bea. Please phone Pauline at 885-5572 or Kay at 885-3334 to  book a table. Crafts are still meeting at 9:30 am on Thursday morning  at the Seniors Hall.  Travel scams  Thousands of holidayers are being burned this summer and not by  the sun. The warm weather wanderers will fall victim to cold-hearted  hucksters offering non-existent bargain holidays of a lifetime.  Unfortunately, the good buy that the scam operators are offering is  a quick way foi those on holiday^ say "goodbye" to their hard-  earned savings. Deceptive selling practices are defrauding Canadian  < and American travellers out of lens ef thousands of dollars weekly.  To make matters worse, increasing numbers of travellers are being  cheated during these hard economic times, jusl when they're looking  for ways to get the most for their dollars. I have quite a bit of material  to share with you on this matter, so there will be two additional  columns on the subject.  by Jacalyn Vincent  The Pender Harbour Fish  Store is now open seven days a  week from 10 am to 6 pm. A  lobster draw will be held every  two weeks for a three-to-four-  pound lobster. The fish store has  really come along with smoked  fish, live crab and three prawn  fishing boats contributing fresh  prawns.  Legion news  The Pender Harbour Legion  Branch 112 will be featuring fox  top entertainment and Karaoke  this Aug. 21 and 22 in the  evenings. Don't miss Beaver  and Wendy, members and  guests are all welcome. The  legion kitchen is open for lunch  from 11:30 am to 2 pm and 5:30  pm to 8:30 pm, serving a great  menu. If you just want to relax  one evening drop-in crib is held  every Tuesday at 8 pm.  No fires  That's the message from ihe  fire hall; also lhat no burning  permits will be issued until further notice. We are still in a  very hot and dry spell right now.  Recruits are needed for the  fire department's fall program  which will be starting at the end  of September between Garden  Bay   and   Pender   Harbour  Departments; 10 volunteers are  needed for the free course,  which will consist of 50 hours  of training at least once a week.  Only two junior recruits of 16  years of age will be accepted,  the rest must be 19 years old or  older. For any further information please contact Bill Hunsche  at Pender Harbour Realty or  enquire at the Madeira Park fire  hall on Tuesday evenings at  7:30 pm. Good luck!  Tidbits  Congratulations to Marina  Pharmacy on ils sixth anniversary. Join the celebration on  Aug 22.  Last week, the help a child  phone number was reported  wrong, it should have read 883-  9277. Have a great time at the  Garden Bay Pub enjoying Ric  Andre performing Aug. 18 to  22.  As the tide changes  Congratulations to Rob and  Bonnie Nieuwenhui in their celebration of the birth of their new  baby boy.  T  T  mmmr  Pebbles from the past  west coast natural  lota of flowers  dried or fresh  unJqae arrangements  ��� waoatvar.  Marine Dr., Gibsons  nral lo Outbids Ptuima*"  Call Janice .__.  886-7435  jgQj  ���vfc. %i  I******^--to|  P  It-m^-.  S&uuaX'-v~ �����?������ -*-. H  ���fisEIOB^^aw *". ������"**8KS,it.(v.,-���   fc,.t***J  HHOaVf'al*             ���*���-   ; '*     H  WmmfVmatl-*.. ���****".,���*��� i ������ U  S9r*ammi^z.~- - .L. -II  1  -"  fwac  >^f��B  1  r^B^HiMfii^l  tBkmmmmW*     .     ?���' aAtJaHa^a^a^HC-^U .aasftsH  r'JH l  f  ������ {��� ���  mmmkm&      " ^  a    ^  * **"'|H|  k  iWr^M  'Pm\ mm,   -  ���-  -' I  Wm.r ' :;i';iJ|  1  .-,..��  Mte^iiiL -        ." ff^^^H  1  ���1  CORDUROY LOGGING ROAD  Wood was the most available building material, therefore it was logical to  use timber in early road construction. During the era of oxen and horses  skid roads and corduroy roads were a common method of moving logs  out of the bush. Later suoh things as "pole roads" were tried - anything to  get the timber out. Signs of these old oorduroy roads can still be found  throughout our local woods.  <Ptk%.  ts  REALTY LTD.  PEBBlaBS REALTY IS  LOCATED IN GIBSON'S  LANDING - THE HEART OP  THE VILLAGE.  We're local and love it.  Your lool nni Et.UU Company ��� Olbioni Quay  801 3JS, Oo��ci  Polnl  Bold. Olbioni. B.C. VON IVO  Phono: SS8-S107, Van, toll frtt: ��si-30*4,d��: 8S6-9060  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY  To members ol St. Mary's Hospital Society:  Take notice that the Annual General Meeting of the  members ot me St. Mary's Hospital Society will be held  in the New Senior Citizens' Hall. 5602 Trail Avenue,  Sechelt, B.C.  Wednesday, the 30th day of September, 1992  at the hour of 7:30 p.m.  Dated in the District of Sechelt, in the Province of  British Columbia, this 31st day ot July, 1992.  By order ol the  Board of Trustees  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8c Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR Ml. SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  Qtyti��,'iTftaVU}'&  JKAR1NA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tatps & Covers  UfMiLstrty Ofliefxim  MARINA  MADEIRA  MARINA  B83-2B66  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 /2 Milk North or Gakocn Bat rd.  Hwy. tot 883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbours ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coast Hwy. ���  Frsncls Peninsula Rd 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Parnate. Haubom. B C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  >s  utiram * Mum ay  Ir Ch��t*n * Flatting Ch-uura ��� Mm Rtmt.mli  B RESTAURANTT  1-2674 883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  kleindale  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds  863*9303   Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and tow voltage power lines  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  a matrix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  LAWYER  883*9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX-883-9524 10  Coast News, August 17, 1992  Shop+Easy  Your family food store  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall. Sechell 885-2025  Meal     885-9812      Bakery 885-9823  Regular  Summer  Hours  Sunday 106  Mon   Thurs 9 7  Friday 9-9  Saturday 96  Groceries  Hue Water breaded  Shrimp or Scallops    mg  142 g you save 1.51        mm  Blue Water frozen cod  Flth Sticks MS  350 g yousave 1.51        mm  All varieties  MurehiofeCoffoo   a\t\\%a  300 g  1U    off  Itodakl00or200ISO  Melltta natural brown  Coffee Ftters *|*|g  40** you save .55 I  1250 g decaf or ,. .  n coffee  faaorted yousave 1.37       Ma  .five Roses whole wheat or  Kb^s-aVrsajM^a^Mrl Bemam __  10 kg you save 3.51        ��5#  'It***'  Bitfhroom Tissue      ��fia  4 roll pkg.. you save 1.01 I  JW��Squad  rapor lowols ��*>ta  3 nil pkg you save .51        awO  ft Drinks regular or diet  Npii .��#928  056 ml you save 1.68 yfJS  Jtafco crushed or  Wtolo Tomatoes       aq  HW ml you save .57        BsaWp  IQdhoy Beans oo  I ml you save .57        sOD  ||jtoft Drinks: Crush. 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Your certificates can he  redeemed for goods or serrices, any time prior  to Dec 24, 1992. Spend them as you get Ihem  or save Ihem up!  Dairy  Meat  Kraft  Oranoe Juice m%Am  mMFm ���*������ m^gprne WMW h g&*H  909 ml you save 1.01 1  Imperial soft  Margarine "IIS  454 g you save .41 I  Meddo Belle grated  Pojmosan Choose     *vjt\  250 g yousave 1.11        Am  Dairyland  Chocolate Mile 418  1 L you .save .19 I  Dairyland  aButtermilc qq  1 L you save .26        m9&  Crackerbarrel regular and light  ��U sizes _    :... 10^^  Canada Gr. A Beef  Prime Rib Roast       qqq  8.80/kg  "J^Ib  Family Pack  Eye of Round Steak *#*  6.59/kg  dT9 ib  Medium  Ground Beef 4 so  3.73/kg I       lb  Beef  Short fobs 440  i3*29/kg  I       lb  Fork  Danish Back l-tibs    am  8.80/kg  ".J^lb  Breaded  Chicken Breast  #falra>asWa��  awpo AAA  9.90/kg  lb  Grimms Bulk Coil  8,58/kg  2eh  Frozen Bagged  Turitey Drumsticks  ^  2.18/kg  B-afiaffc  ���  Fresh   ^^^^^  Cod PHots ���^^^^^������1  6.59/kg -*9^^HB .Oa     1>  Fresil^^^^^^^^^^^^^  14.31/kg  V^b  Barbecue ^^^^^  Salmon Ups ^augfe.. omo  12.10/kg....  ��r%*  Seafood  We now accept Visa  and Mastercard for  your convenience  TST  These are just a few of the more than 350  specials you'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday, August 17 to  Sunday, August 23.  How about a picnic on the beach?  Drop by our Deli for all the makings of a  great lunch or dinner. Don't forget to clip  the Deli coupon for further savings.  Bakery  MultiGrain  Buns 450  Pkg of 6 yousave .33 I  Bavarian Cream  1*imov8rt i/W   yousave .67   mmlmw  Cranberry  Muffins *\2&  Pkg of 4 yousave .71 %w  Nanaimo Bars       afiJ465   you save .73   VfW  Apricot  Sponge Cake 999  8" you save .66 mm  Assorted flavours  .Bagels 41  Pkg oT6���... you save .37 |,a  if.'-"'      1^^^  3.94/kg..........  | ,WRj  439  gWmu   ea.  -MBm '  .";''''' a^meataw'tm,  MM Ml  Deli  Produce  (PaEU WEED  lifestyle  Ham a��,��Mt\  Sliced-100 gr.  I  Lifestyle  lunojy .���>.  Sliced-100 gr.  I  Lifestyle  lEye of Round ._-  Sliced-100 g  ^OO  Schneider's  liOBSt Boot - 4(lk  Sliced- 100 g  I  6O0 off  Any Deli Item  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires August 23, 1992. Coast News, August 17, 1992  11  OLYMPIC STAIN  ItfSTCONTINUES  Choose From Our Quality Line-Up Of Products  Oil Stain  ��� Natural Beauty With Penetrating  Linseed Oil Protection  ��� 24 Semi/24 Solid Colors  $23.99  REG. 29.99  BUY 4 AND  SAVE MORE!  $ 19.31  S   **"��fi5lvBa7luia��"  0LyAipTc|  Bit      '"ftflSfiP*** mueJSitm*    I  \l ***-��tMnoai��>u>    / J  Br��iicucc   nnncpc X. TDAVQ  uv^i ii ., < iv a.i,j ^  r, rv aa i o  WaterGuard'" Wood  Waterproofing  Clear Sealant  ��� Unique 4-Way Formula Offers  More Types Of Protection.  ��� Water repellent  ��� Mildew Resistant Coating  ��� SunBlock'MU.V. Protection  ��� Linseed Oil Protection  Deck Stain  ��� Exclusive ScuffGuard" Formula  Provides Advanced Beauty  And Protection For Decks  ��� 10 Semi Colors  $.24.99  REG. 32.99  BUY 4 AND  SAVE MORE!  *22M  ea.  ea.  ea.  WuirG-jard  aSSEfiSStuj  BF^f  WOOD  $16.99  REG. 22.99  BUY 4 AND  SAVE MORE!  $14.21  ea.  WE HAVE IT ALL  WaterGuardu Multi-Surface  Waterproofing  Clear Sealant  ��� Advanced 2-Way Protection  ��� Water Repellency Plus  U.V. Protection  ��� For Masonry, Stucco, Brick,  Concrete, Wood  WfffRGUARO-  Ml I II-  SURI ACE  ea.  $ 16.99  REG. 22.99  BUY 4 AND  SAVE MORE!  $14.21  ea.  Gibsons 886*8141  Sechelt 885*7  GIBSONS  OPEN Mon-Sat 8am-5pm  Sun (Gibsons only) 10am*4pm  Vancouver (toll free) 688-6814  BUILDING SUPPLIES  TWO LOCATIONS SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY - GIBSONS WHARF AND DOLPHIN - SECHELT  ��a  ���MMMMMMMHOm 12  Coast News, August 17, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirvnu'iit  Planum--  ��� Life 8 Ifcihilitx  liisunuui'  ��� KmploKv Bom-fil  Phuis  ��� Lavm-nce K  Chamivi\ cu  ��� 8809111  ��� Toll Fur:  I40M6H051  MimuJ ruki- in. im Kith  t.iuj��lijjni(iii|' .-I tuikh LUl  (.:]JAMBHRS  ServingiheSunshine CMMSum- l'lS.'  leisure  Some oT  the hand-made  boats on dbpla.  now at the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre.  J��*l JtvhnMaina.- pholll  tor mepnesv m area aimng  Dining guiDE  (Alt PIERROT  Coast Bistro  Espresso Bar  Daily Specials  Everything made fresh on  the premises.  Call 885-9962 to book our  Catering Service  Open Monday thnm/th Saturday, 9 a.m. io 5 p.m. Cloned Sunday),  Located at Teredo Square in Sechell.  FAMILY DINING  Andy I Restaurant I unch and ������tinner special everv day Every  Wednesday night la Prime Rib  Night HOUSC Specialties include  ve-.il dishes, steaks. teeJbod, pasta,  ptaa- lhai food and lots of NEW  dishes Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sundav from  11 am - 2:30 pm Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am - 10 pm  The Boat House just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay.  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, Fast and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sundav 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 U  keep coming back. If vou have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  calrJi, please let us know and we 11  make fhe necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro,as unique as the Coast  itseii. Mon & lues 9 - 5. Wed - Sat  9 - 9, Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for  your lunch! 885-9%2���  Dar Lebanon Restaurant - Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Fat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Hald-A-Way Restaurant - 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 your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm * 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Fat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm  Reservations 886-4501 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Family Restaurant Now Open  in .Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed k air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11am-  10 pm. Fri & Sat 11 am - 11 pm.  886-2993  Village Restaurant - Cozy family  style cafe with an extensive menu  featuring special pasta dishes,  steak and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch  and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Ihurs., 7 am  to 8 pm; Fri., Sat. k Sun., 7 am to 9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, .Sechelt.  885-9811. Visa k Mastercard  accepted.  The Omega Piua. Steak and Lobster  House With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher s paradise You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of Ihe Beachcombers, dining  here Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available Vety special children s menu Reservations  recommended located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Toint Rd.  886-22b8, Open for lunch Mon, -  Fn., 11 30 - 2 30; dinner daily 4 - 9  pm Fri & Sat. til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� SpwtacuUr waterfront  dining in Secrel Cove. Lunch and  dinner ferved <*ven days a week  from 11 00 a m I unch specials  daily Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken steaks pasta and  pizza with homemade dough  made on the premises a childrer s  menu is also available Join us tear  Bninch on Sundav from 1040 am  ��� 2.00 p.m Our bockside deli is  open dailv SO0 a m - 2-00 p.m lor  breakfast and lunch Fullv  licensed Visa Mastercard Mercer  Road, Secret Cove Reservations  recommended. 885-7184.  Thi Whirl ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from even- table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  New Chins Kitchsn - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am -10 pm. Friday  & Saturday, 11:00 am - 11:30 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028.  Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jems Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or Ihe casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Pub open Daily al 11:30 am.  Kitchen hours ��� Mon 4 Tues 11:30-  730, Wed -Fri 11:30-9:00,Sat4 Sun  9:00-9:00pm.  Cediri Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific  daily specials, available 'til 9 pm  every night We're known for our  great atmosphere and good times  Sun ��� Thurs. open til midnight,  Fri & Sat open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations  accepted 886-8171.  Sechelt Legion 1140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coast, every Friday night, are the fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad wilh choice of  dressings and garlk bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am lo 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish & Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kilchen  open (nam 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883 IMS, Mastercard & Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Localed on Ihe  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight wilh a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885.3847  Chan Philippe si Bonniebrook Ledge.  Open for Sunday Brunch. Chef  Philippe, formerly of Ihe Roof  Restaurant at the Hotel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook We have  fine West Coast cuisine prepared  from fresh B C ingredients, an  extensi.'e wine list and expert service, intimate dining in Ihe Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait  and the surrounding shoreline.  Watch the sunset from your table.  Take a stroll along the beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road  to Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended 886-2188.  Visa, Master-card. Full licensed.  Open 5:30 lo 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 seals.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a night lo  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d'hote". Summer hours  Monday through Sunday 800-  2:00, 6:00- 10:00 Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885-7038  Peebles ��� On The Bseeh - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Reservations Recommended. In the heart of Sechelt at  the Driftwood Inn, Trail Avenue.  885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emfs at Qwsn's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  -'tlMMIitiWif' ������  The 'art' of building boats  by Ihtruh Humeri  The exhibit could be described as 'functional  an' as il looks as natural on ihe walls of the Sunshine Coasl Arls Centre as ii would in Ihe waler.  The newly opened 'Handmade Boals' display al  the cenlre depicts centuries of human artistic  vision, ingenuity and skill through a      variety of locally owned and built small  crafts.  "Wood is incredible in ils compliancy," said Arls Cenlre curator Larry  Westlake. "If you know how io ask il, il  will do anything."  Westlake described the boals al the  centre as a "cultural mishmash" as  techniques used in their design have  been borrowed from a variety of differ-   -���*���������  enl and ancient cultures.  Following more traditional patterns, a historic  birch bark canoe crafted over 80 years ago in Quebec reveals ihe use of Native techniques brought lo  North America across ihe Russian landbridge in Ihe  Sloneage era, as long ago as 20,000 years.  Another exhibit, the '1-apstrake' hull technique,  arguably dales from the same period and serves as  an example of human intelligence going beyond ils  former boundaries, developing a method of  expanding Ihe boal from a single sheathed design  lo one wilh additional planks lashed together wilh  plant roots.  Some of the boats are built of more modern,  products, using nylon threads and polypropylene  cloth instead of plant roots and animal skins.  Westlake's own 'Double Bubble' was patterned  on those made in Greenland centuries ago but was  .also given an environmentally friendly edge - recy-  Tbe intensity of  construction  increases your  level of  commitment'  ���Jam Vt'estlake  cled plywood planks instead of traditional wood  and chewing gum caulking.  Incredibly, though centuries old, by the lale  1950s Ihe art of handmade boatbuilding was in  danger of disappearing wilh the introduclion of  cheaply pre-madc aluminum and fibreglass crafts.      The rekindling of interest thai came  aboul in the 1960s and 70s was mainly  due to American designers John Gardner and Howard Chappelle whose  knowledge ranged from the Eastern  Seaboard to Ihe Southern United  Stales, said Westlake.  By the 1980s the evolution of boatbuilding had come full circle as boal  enthusiasts have come lo recognize the  ������-������- satisfaction of building iheir own boats.  "If you have a lot of patience and Ihe ability to  see what your hands are doing, you can build a  good one," said Westlake. He added that the monetary cosl of a home built boat is minimal, ranging  from $150 to $200. The catch is the labour - 50 to  100 hours - bul, Westlake says that's a bonus.  "The intensity of construction increases your  level of commitment (lo the boat)," he said.  In the display, the boats show evidence of much  use wilh cracked old wood, glue and caulking  exposed. Bul that 'functionality' is just the point of  the display said Westlake.  "Boals live a hard life. They musl be presented  zits and all. They can be restored to furniture quality but Ihey can't be used. They become like decora-  live pottery or painting. Their beauty is skin deep  and based entirely on appearance.  "It's the way Ihey move and function in water  like a living thing - that's ihe rest of the beauty."  Gibsons Legion^  Branch #105  Library celebrates  summer reading club  The Gibsons and District  Public Library celebrated Ihe  close of the children's summer  reading club wilh a big party  Wednesday.  Over 50 parents and children  crowded into the library to play  games and enjoy the coffee,  cookies and juice that were generously donated by SuperValu.  Sixteen of Ihe 90 children  enrolled in the club are the lucky  winners of prizes donated by  Coast Books, Gramma's Toy  Box, Sayward Books and Great  Pacific News.  This year's prize winners are:  Kate Furness, Clayton Jones,  James Kuhleilner, Kenny Law,  Christopher Legg, Christina  Makrodimiiras, Andrea Meisl,  Gregory Neilson, Janna Nygren,  Jackie Pearce, Jennifer  Reynolds, Andrew Sands,  Chelsea Sleep, William Sturdy,  Angela Valente and Shaunda  Whyte.  (Your book prize is waiting  for you at the library).  All participating children can  pick up their exit visas al Ihe  library. Don't forget the library  has new hours: Tuesday,  Wednesday and Saturday, 9:30  am lo 2:30 pm; and Thursday,  2:30 pm lo 7:30 pm. Storytime  is at 10 am eveiy Wednesday.  PEBBLES ARE WINNERS  CONGRATULATONS!  Vene & Diana  Vene Parnell  886-3013  Diana Starbuck  886-9408  * For qualifying in the Top Standings in the 1992 MLS Medallion Club  Ratings in the TOP TEN % of ALL REALTORS on the Sunshine Coast  - including Greater Vancouver Real Estate Area.  * For being Pebbles highest producers in 1992.  * For consistent standings as TOP LISTERS AND TOP SELLERS  at Pebbles Realty in 1992.  Dlene end Vene ere herd-working, consistently successful realtors  who ere proud to serve their meny customers on the Sunshine Cosst.  (PefctyCes  FOR BEST RESULTS  CALL THE WINNERS  PHONE: 886-8107 Coast News, August \7, 1992  13  No matter who adds it up...  The figures speak for themselves.  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I  Certified Welders  Steal-Stainless  1101 Ventura Way Qlbsons  866-4868 ��� George Leblan  ft  MERCURY PAINTING!  ��� 30 Years Eiper lence  ��� Fully Apprenticed  ���Highest Quality Work  ���Faun Finishes - Murals  ��� Airless A Spray Equipped  886-7859 J  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  B  .CONTOUR  DESIGN  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  *v SHOWROOM 851 HWY, 101 ��� GIBSONS ��� B.C. ��� PH)FAX: 8M-319L/  If ���/*���*���*������ ��/w��*i i; .ithri'iti-.iiHi here  you'd  !�������  i 1-.1-1I111I)  .ilioul  yourself - And so would  CENTURY ROCK  Reck Willi  Facings  Planters  885-5910  ^^^feg^  BTON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80-  Mftitaw  TI  <��r  PETER J. 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O's  885-2380  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechell  PRECISE P.*\INT1NGfc PLASTER  a rmiilni riamai Njjag  jj^rfca-ajstt    "*--'   -iJJSjV  rVkt,1"  I  "     '- . ,  . I  leisure  >-UdM INeWS,    AUgUSt   I /,   I y^a"  15  Save 20%  On y\ll Table and lloor Lamps  (must make room for new stock)  -(mil caMth i- slmvaii)  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Highway 101, Sechelt  The Solid Brass Trombone Bund warmed up the Festival of  Written Art's Pavilion lust Wednesday, the night before the  Thursday evening opening of the 1992 written arts festival.  Jticl Johnstone photo  Cavendish captures hearts of audience  by Ruth Forrester  The moment thai actress Nicola  Cavendish appeared on stage al the Festival  Pavilion, the tone was sel for the for the  wonderful Festival of the Written Arts.  This vivacious and sensitive performer  won Ihe hearts of a packed audience. We fell  we knew her, such was her warmth and  humour.  It is no easy task lo perform a "one  woman show," but Nicola playing Ihe pari of  many characters, made Ihem all seem visible  and real.  Her changes of expression and dialects  for each character were outstanding.  The cockney Eliza Doolillle from Pygmalion was in compiele contrast lo ihe  refined lidilh in Blithe Spirit and Sybil in  Private lives  Ihe highlight of the show was lhal which  Ihe audience had been wailing for - Shirley  Valentine.  I 886-2622(Gib sons  8853930(Sechell  *��WS��,Vfcti'M.**^-\%*>>.V.^'.\\o:s*.'>;-, I-..������:  INSULATION  OfMPODfflTI  ��� Batt a Blown ��� Commercial ���  ' Residential ��� New & Existing ���  886-8741  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Hill  COTTRELL'S Fl  MARINE SERVICE I J  886-30OS  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Banded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  ���'(I.W* ��� s.ili W.iii'i In unccs ig  * Molel I. Campsites 'Water Taxi *^  ' M.irinr Repaira * Ii e .mil r.i< kit- BB.1-22M. j  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  It was actress Pauline Collins who first  played (his role in Willie Russet's play and  Nicola matched Pauline's interpretation of  ihe frustrated, bored Hnglish housewife with  her doll of a husband who had no idea of ihe  inner feelings of the wife he took for granted.  This role has won Nicola a nomination  for best actress in ihis year's Dora Mavor  Moore award.  She would be a truly worthy recipient..  Coast  celebrities  cook for  cause  'Desserts and Dreams', a  fundraising evening of entertainment hosted by Ihe Rockwood Cenlre Storytelling Festival will be held   Sepl. 19 at  . 7:.M) pm at the Arls Centre on  ! Medusa Street.  Sunshine Coast celebrities  you will meel are Peggy Connor, Brie Small and Gordon  Wilson, jusl lo mention a few  of the pastry chefs. The  desserts prepared by our  celebrities will be auctioned to  the highest bidder during an  evening filled wiih live entertainment and refreshments.  Bolh spirits as well as specially  coffees and dessert, of course,  will be served.  Tickets are $5 al Rockwood  Cenlre or call 885-2522 lo  reserve. Door prizes! Limited  seating.  Member ol  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  LONG  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS     ^BjKSJggT1   886-2664  Landscaping Ltd,  ��� Cojntolett Mainitnann  ���tlartln. Recreation  Retaining Walli' Pruning  Rick 885-7248     Pat 8850930  J  MARINE SERVICES  GAMBIER ISLAND WATER TAXI  & Light Barge Service  5=Sa=5-SERVING HOWE S0UND5-S5-S  res: 886*8321 eel: 230-2989  UTHERLAND  ���SALES *  'WICE  ITD__  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 SS3-1110 24Hr��.  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Resort Ltd  Localea In Secrel Cove B85-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Tturmoglass Cgtjj. V^-ai-  Cobra Soils no*   **"*���      -" ��"-��*��� "  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & I  Chris Nappar 886-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  .Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  ROUTE 1 via North Rd , Seacot,  Fletcher. Gower Pt., Franklin, Marine Dr,  laning  Beams       tAXJ  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  % Putt at HUai, 6a Silt HUaaftauat  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart       8:14 am 4:11  Mall       7:45      3:45      Langdale 10:11      6:11  9:45       5:45       Ferry        12:11pm 8:08  11:45      7:45      Terminal    2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pm, Mon-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  s lius Si heilule courtesy of  CANCEOED  '12:25 p.m. routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. or6:20 p.m.  service Sat., Sun or Holidays  Swtcmt Agencies  A member  ol  TRAVEL hd*|l^1*��Sl  886-9255 ProlesslonaH  Red Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  886-2000  emem Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  Homes and  Property  ItoGSTaConmaiaw  It is MM and M went to sal. 4  bdrms. 3 bats, rjnang room, rook.  rac.com. All gas appis (5) and  ham vow, nuked coaling, firepB-  central va. Asking $177,000.  Pttona 885-3572 any fcne to mem  mm  3 bdrm, 2 baths, stone Ice, 2  blocks lo beach Davis Bay. suite  poanfcl.JI29.000. 885-3572.  ���34w  Elxoskenl neat Id. Bottom of Hill-  crest Pad 886-2751 No agents.  ���35*.  Oict-e view loi Mth excel bualong  sua cleared and driveway. West  Porpoise Bay $68,000.885-2105  ���35*  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Rscrimon ��� Rsliramsnt  CATALOOUtI  bese Coa��ne Si   8o. lilt  Secneli B C VON 3A0  885-3211    Aa 895*199  Van  Ion Free 684-1016  Wanled - 1-3 older home on  acroagin Redroolts to Halfmoon  Bay araa. 1-947-2630.      ��35cn  By ownei. VMCA Rd., Langdale.  roomy 2Mrrnwith linished basement Large lot and quality area.  $129,000 886-9290.        ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Horn* A Property  Blrtht  ObfluartM  In MwnorleMii  Think Vou  Personal  Announcaanont  Recreation  Waaddlng.*  Engaganwntt  10. Lost  11. Found  12. P��t�� 4 Livestock  11.  Musk  14. Travel  15. Wanted  II. Free  17. Oarage sales  It.  Bener 4 Trade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  29.  Autos  24.  Trucks  29. Campers  20.  Marine  27.  Mobile Hornet  29.  Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  Bed end Braekfeel  For Reel  32.   Commercial lor Renl  S3.   Entertainment  Help Wenled  Buelneee end Home  Service!  Work Wenled  Child Can  Buelneee Opportunities  30.  31.  34.  35.  99.  37.  39.  39.  40.   Too Late lo Cleajtaty  *fJNaWaVCMP  S.IKlN.l .tai lll.lt UIVKt  Real Esuit, Rt-dn-mt-ni.  RiiiuuHL I am hack  ji ytHir smiiv.  J. R. (Jim) Munro,  ^   MCii;ih>mislt|K>2J77  Davis Bay.. Outstanding view lot  on BLuegrouse Road, bads orM  tree farm. Septic approved.  $79.000 885-2)88 93501  Roberts Creak. 2 acres, rjaCred 2  bdrm home on year round creek  Lovely mature gardens, privacy,  partial view. $229,000- No agenls  please 886-7411     933cn  Wanted Small ? bdrm cider home,  quiet localion. No mobiles. Cash,  principals only. Message 462-  9884 135*  Three bdrm. home, 2 acres, guest  cottage. Robeits Creak. $188,1X0.  No agents please. 8860103.  *34W  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. ft. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  WANTED ���/��� 3 bedroom house  large lol, quiet road, Roberts  Creek. Phone 886-8756, tv mess,  lor Brian. TFNs.  Watkins finest quality products.  886-7041. 135a.  Nice NEW craHsmamoamei hull  canpaa 5 bdrm. 2 bad home on  pnvale sunny 1 acre in Pender  Harbour Solid pine doors and  kitchen Completion approi. 5  weeks, $178,000 belore carpels  (NO GST!) 883-2882 I33W  Reduced For Cluck Sale Like  new large spat kml 3 Mrm home  on tuly landscaped yard in quiet  rasqhtajrhood ol W Sechelt Too  many Makjras to ML Open House  SatutrJays and Sunday*, at 8338  Orada to Irom 14 pm. For mora  Into call 885-2556 or 8854948.  Asking $16A500.   W3W  Mary Kay rjioducts Full line of  Great level and tread properly  *5B-_h,lJ, ���"*, "���". 5?!,jJ!!Hi  near school and park. Lot 74  Cooper Road, Hallmoon Bay,  B3'��245'. only $49,000 Call Mary  736-3441 I33W  Voung long-haired black cat with  while markings, van/ skinny t  1.886-7374*86-2225  933cn  Aug. 22,10 am. 5040 J  Rd.MatJaraPirk.  833on  aVkoftal butt In nshaaa*a��r $1580,  Danby 30* range, whits. $250  8864533. ��4w  Maytag dryer small, while $50:  dishwasher, Gold Royal, mirror  Ckrtas rack, shelf irt and men  8BfW7B0. 93501  1 mans. 6 apd. Raleigh, almost  new, cheap. 886J78H34*  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  colognes Cal Elwyal 886-7803.  ���350)  Now 3 bdrm.. 2 bath rancher, heart  ot Sechelt on sewer 1 gas, low  maintenance landscaping 885-  2330 933CN  For Sale by owner - Veterans Rd.,  1240 sq. 8. 3 or 4 bdrm rancher,  large lenced yard, dose to Gibsons. Asking $129,800. 886-2785  or message 886-7012.    ss  [I  naOPOF'!YOUB  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88J-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 88.--9551  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  *���****������ *52l Cowrie Street 885-3930  wws    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksldfl Phimnacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you '  place your classitieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay.  SHOP  LOCALLY  TODAY  THINKING  OF SELLING  tai***    f  'I donl took ml it as buying or soiling  houses I took al if as helping people  achieve wti* they want out ot hto '  NO QUISTION AIOUT W-  CAU  KEN SHEARSMITH  8854277  0*aya  sieiatNsseiiTirwc.  5710 rESEDO SI. StCHClT  895-5290  Gordon, Stephanie and Alexandria  wish to welcome thai newest lamily member lacy Marisa Nadene  Wells, bom on July 25 at 4:03pm,  weighing 7 lbs. 14 ounces. Proud  Grandparents are Georgina i  Mike Gaudetle and Carolynne  OuecK Many thanks to the nurses  and stalt at St. Mary's lor all your  help and to Dr. Myhili-Jones ��32w  It's a Boy  Kyle David Slmgerland born Aug.  II at 12:20 am at 9lbs, 2 oz.  Thank you Tracey Benner and  Paige Ricard lor the love and  undersanding when I needed you  the most. Lorraine 1 Blair. ��33cn  GERMAN  SHEPHERD X  PUPPIES FOR  SALE  Healthy  Phone 885-2079  NOES  Seers Kenmore mcmaaive oven Cutati stock iisittiay. Checker-  11/2 cu. ft. Hardly U9ad.t200. mo, bkJng, bedding, jewele nng.  24k gold pMng. Stock rratong bv  appointment. Custom hand gun  g-feHM2S1. ��36cii  886-1951  ���3301  Electnc stove. 8B5*34.l33cn  GlassbB��itubdoors,P5:��*��t- mmxxi, fir $105. hemlocs $9S.  tar, J385; white washer, green akier Ms. AMione cord. 886-  dryer, $150 e*-*aV$a*2S, both. 883- 9372. 134*  2750.  ���34W  Apartment aa tmai, f 160. SB-  5916. ��SW  TltcM and Haw  FufucUtcte  NC  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 e/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 hour line. TFN  pet.  NC  Arctic Woll-Malemute pups, white,  parents can be seen. $400-5500.  885-9675. ss  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886*7033  ��fea��.*kisandstT-*to.8BS-33iu  ��xat   "Whiles- diving wet suil tot boys  approx age 11-14. BackMue. ike  new $160 886-9006.       I35cn  ftiTingbr*ardkiLbotlielrJtlor9?  Ranger truck, never used. $100.  865-7441. 935cn  Household  goods.   Savings  machine, typewhter, wooden table,  rener chair and misc. 8BM984  33w  Kenmore 840 Powermale vacuum/accessories. 3 1/2 yrs. old,  aicr*3tid.,Sam.lJ85-7080.��34W  Winchester Ranger, 7 mm Remington Magnum, bolt action with or  without scope. $400.886-3716  ���34 tV  2 ton hydraulic host, 110 volt or 12  voll, $1500.886-2565.  I33W  3 pee. oak bedroom $600: lge. cof-  Twin ���,��� spnng, $5u. Alice 886-  lee table $75: love seat $200.885-  7774, 133*  7759J34cn5 ft. bar - arborite i  Dwart bunnies for sale. 5 weeks  old. Rolweiler lab cross 10 give  away. 886-6333.       ��35cn  Sharpei pups an! dogs. 886-9571.  ���3501  SKA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then i Now Furniture,  a^^ll��r.m\^ ^ gdraTaerrr^cc+ouredbr.dress-  4riGorMailee raslros. er & queen size be(J ,rame  $300,886-2431 H33cn  699 Hwy. 101  GIBSONS  886-4716  Help reduce Ihe pet over-popula- Queen si2e M Uim ,.���.���������.  lion problem - spay or neuter you,, ���ense toam ma||ress res|s on  slats: 2 matching bedside tables. 3  drawers ea., $300 total. 885-9634,  ���35cn  Large chesterfield hideabed $400:  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC    leather padding. Guilders transit  Older alder lirewood, $40/cord.  Music lor all occasions. Phone: level. Makita 10'skillsaw. 886  884-5430  MTW  Large Lot in Selma Park. 3 bdrm, 2  bath, 2 t/p, t in-law suite.  $145,000 885-5489 evenings.2 1/2  acre serviced lot lor sale, near  Secret Cove 224-6180. View lot  water, hydro, $46,000 firm. Chamberlin & Central, Gibsons. 886-  9049. ss  Roberls Creek Reduced 1/2 Acre  pnvale foresl.ocean side ol highway, 2 bdrm. and studio. 5 appl.  included, no agents. $186,000.  Owner 885-7981. M3W  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redroolls,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  Wanted lo buy ��� 2.5 to 5 acres.  Creek, southern exposure, private  sale. Also interested in group  investment for agricultural and  health centre project. $50,000  max. 886-0123 ��35cn  3 bdrm. home, sunroom, family  room, decks out back. Nice lot,  well maintained, Bay area.  $155.000.885-3537.        I35W  New quality built home. YMCA  -id. Langdale, 3 bdrm.up ensuite,  soaker lub, angle shower, comer  sink. Main bathroom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdrm. downstairs with bathroom tub/shower.  Large utility room, rumpus room, 2  car garage 885-4616, 885-2735  Zachary Clearlight son ol Hope  Clearlight, died violently in his first  lew moments this life August 1970.  Vou were a precious gift and a  wise teacher. Pnvale memorial  service will be held Aug. 26th.  ��33cn  ELANDER- August 12, 1992,  George Alben aged 81 years, of  Gibsons, BC. Survived by his sister, Gunborg Otofeson and brother  Guslaf in Sweden and nieces and  nephews. No service by request.  ��33cn  ARNOLD-Eleanor. died on August  4th in Tucson, Arizona. Predeceased by her husband Carl in  1973, Eleanor is survived by her  daughter Lyrme (John) of Tucson,  son Brian (Carol) ol Roberts  Creek, brother Frank (Florence) of  Quadra Island and sister Norma (  Jim) ol Sydney, BC. Born on  March 30th. 1913 in Montreal  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565.  NC  Fridge, approx 64' high x 30" wide.  Curtains to cover B4'x80-. 885-  4503. M5cn  3974 or 1-599-4509.   ��34wi  Green or pink depression glass.  886-2751. ��35w  Commuter desires ride week days  10 downtown Vancouver Irom  Roberts Creek, first lerry 885-  3310. ��35cn  Wood lot. Trade wood tor labour.  Dangerous trees, etc. 886-9372.  I34w  Top $ paid for military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. ��37cn  Road racing quality bike Irame,  size 61cm or 24". Days 886-8755  Evenings 886-9667 Ask for Roger.  Psychic Readings Aug. 17-28       Kalawna will be doing readings   Heavy Duty Shelving. 865-3930,9-  again. She will go lo your home.  5pm. Reasonable price TFN  Propane dryer $250: propane  stove $250: Acorn fireplace t           pipes $50.885-7511.       I33cn  Combination wood and electric: Antique 48* solid oak round table  kilchen range. Good cond. 885-  (extends) $100; loveseated-hide-  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Envtronmenr  friendly Paints    ^ \  tn Alt *v  Colours 01 .    ':,,//  Th. Rainbow    6     '' V  Including Qreen \\     /. y  A  Bus. 885*2923  Res. 885*5058  Leave mess. 8B6-2366.I33W  FOR BETTER HEALTH AND  Eleanor grew up in Lashburn, WELL-BEING therapeutic body  Sask,. and graduated Irom Saska- work combining Esalen and  toon City Hospital school ol nurs- Swedish movements. Reiki and  ing in 1934. Married on June 21,  1936. Carl and Eleanor soon  moved lo New Westminster where  Eleanor lived until 1988, when she  retired to Gibsons. Active in the  Gibsons Self Help Community  Assoc, the lamily wishes in lieu of  flowers that donations be made to  the Assoc, or the Canadian Cancer Assoc. No service, but a tea  will be held in Eleanor's honor al  her home, 265 Ryan Rd, Thursday, Aug. 20 from 1 -4pm.  #33cn  Paraonal Counselling  Specializing in eating disorders,  depression, Mary Pinmger MA  R.C.C. 885-0887. ��35w  Two Peler Gzowski tickets, inside.  886-3641 or 666-8565    n/c  Aluminum boat 10II or less, consider very light fibreglass. 886-  3326. I33cn  Will buy used Levis, jackets 1  jeans. 883-9821.      ��33cn  abed, like new, gold. $130; Elec.  typewriter w/case $40; Juc 9 band  radio/cass/rec. $50.885-9398.  ���33cn  Organic eating apples. Scab-tree,  barieties. .50(16. 886-4520  evenings. ��35w  Used Canadians 122 electronic  organ, bench 1 books. Excellent  starter organ, excellent condition.  $350.886-3349. alter 5:30pm,  ���35W  RUNNING SHOES, NICKE K-  SWISS, ALMOST NEW. BARBIE  DOLLS; FIRE SCREEN; 21'  SQUARE, GOLD CARPET;  CHESTERFIELD t MATCHING  CHAIR. PORTABLE OLIVER  TYPEWRITER. B86-2077.I35W  21 inch GE, colour TV, good  picutre $125 OBO. 886-3905.  ��33cn  Craniosacral balancing Usha. For  appointment 8B6-2750J35W  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call 886-  3849 or 865-4622 for help.NC  All Adult sports teams looking for Commercial grill, phone 865-5144  sponsorships. Phone 886-8657.  ��34cn  8    Recreation  to arrange to see or lor pickup.  I33cn  48 x 330 of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational 0, rental use Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-  2). Double garage plus storage  shed. $189,500. Phone Jennifer  1-689-7070. ss  4 bdrm, 2000 sq. ft. unique home  on a private 1/3 acre lot. Post t  beam oak floors throughout, 5 mm  walk Irom beach $ downtown  Roberts Creek. $175,000. By  owner 886-9390. ss  Special 3 bdrm dbl. Mobile, A-1  condilion. No reasonable offer  refused. ��102-SCMH Park. Hwy  101, Gibsons. 8B6-7067.��33w  SPECIAL 3 bdrm. dbl. mobile, A-1  condilion $57,900. No reasonable  offer refused. H102-SCMH Park,  Hwy. 101, Gibsons. 886-7067.  I33W  Home on 6 acres, Redrooffs area,  3 bdrms., 11/2 baths, vaulted ceilings, skylights, lege decks, natural  settings, private, $185,000. 885-  7492. I33W  Leam to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 665-9830TFN  Aug. 3rd off Trail Islands. Achilles  Inflatable dinghy/blue vinyl cover,  engine mount, oars and pump.  James Vengm is no longer responsible lor any debts ot credits  Pnone Doug Hogarth collect 936-  incurred in Ihe name ol Martha  2818. Reward $100.  ��33cn  Halt.  I33cn  Private Conselling  For individuals, couples and families. For appl. contact Mary Lang.  MSW/RSW. at 886-8916    I34w  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coasl Transition  House lor confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  Keys on a ring. 886-3504.��33cn  Husky/cross Shepherd, male, 7 yrs  old, Husky face, Shephered.  Answers to Max. 886-7227.l33w  A few cassettes were taken Irom  the glove compartment ot my blue  1973 Chev parked on Dougal  Road) last Wednesday nighl. One  ol these tapes was labelled  Free Home Delivery  of Farm Fresh Milk  and Dairy Products  ANYWHERE on Ihe  Sunshine Coast.  ��  1L bottle  $1.19   tf  Call John*  ���the  UDDER  GUY"  885-5577  V-S  i  b  r  19(1 FIREBIRD: T-Tops, new  exhaust, paint t lires, $2,800.  1981 CAMARO: Auto, 305 VB,  clean, $2,000. 1180 CHEVETTE: Auto, 4 dr., clean, $800  PONTIAC 400 BB Edelbrock  manifold plus 750 CFM Holley  double pump carb, $250.1984  JOHNSON 4 HP OUTBOARD:  Excellent shape, $380. COMMERCIAL MEAT SLICER:  Suitable lor restaurant or store,  $500. MANUAL H/D COME-  ALONG WINCH FOR TRUCK:  $150. PORTABLE HYDRAULIC LOG SPLITTER: $450.  5,000 WATT HOME SPA  SAUNA: 220 volts, $250. Call  886-6595 aller 6pm or 866-  7919 days. Ask for Norm.  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  You pick up. Alice 886-7774.  I33W  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 8856276 ss  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885-5031.  ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip bell, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  Float house, 750 sq. ft. one bdrm.,  propane appliances, wood heat.  $12.800OBO.885-1942. SS  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  814-5240   TFN  15-20 channel steel beams, 1/2'  thick, 6' wide: 4 creosode poles S  337F Cal motor with new turbo.  886-3360. ��35cn  Westmount truck canopy. As new  $JW.0ro.886-9443.l35cn  Building Supplies: 1-2'4* pocket  door Irame $35,1-4x4' casement  white aluminum window double  pane $100, door iams primed 5-  2o'.l-2'0'$20. ea. All new, never  used. 8896-7372.      ��35cn  IKEA round table with lour chairs,.  while, 2 yrs otd. $175.886-7372.  ��35cn  20' trailer lully contained (Roadrunner) $2000. 865-4029  Need Cash?  Fundraising and consignmenl auctions. Specialist. 885'76ie.��34w4'  PVC solid or perforated pipe, $10;  ABS 4: $20:3: $15; 2: $10:11/2-,  $8. all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-  9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES & LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 685-5669  or 865-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retain-  ing walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204.  Anythirg Give us a make S model  �� it required, how much you want  to spend. We'll try our best. 886-  9033. TFN  G7 Taychyon The best crossover  bike available- bought lor $950 will  sell tor $500. Deure LX. XT. 885-  7373. ��35w  ,Z I  Z  iu! I  Part(er Hale 2,(10 Mainl��n<l 3006  91 Brodie Climbmax mam loo cal with Lrjc^d scope, $600 886-  forks, sun tour XC-Pro w/grease  guard, handbuilt wheels. Your   \ ���  choice ot new painl and spent 5000 watt Coleman generator. 8  17 Garage  Sales  Pottery Sale fisher rd.  GranthamsSunday, Aug. 23 10-  4pm. 33cn  $2700. $1650 OBO. 885-7373.  ��35w  1986 Yamaha. 350 Warrior ATV  $2500 OBO. 885-8809.435W  W�� can sell It for You! Consignment Sale lurniture appliances and  HPBS, 3 months Old. $625 OBO.  886-7372. ss  Parker ��� Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester.  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Christmas concert tor Goro" and   Sat. Aug. 22nd, 1632 Grandview  sporting goods. Call us and find   24" premium resawn or taper sawn  Individual, Couples 8 Family  consists of original music that a   Road, 10-2pm.  Counselling. Sliding Scale avail- special friend gave me lor Christmas several years ago. It also contains a song in which my dead dog  sings along. Please return this  tape. No questions asked.. Gord  Laird 886-8634.        I33cn  ��33cn    out more. 8864025.   ��35w  able. Jan Michael Sherman. 885-  5166. TFN  Marty Sims Please pick up your 1  ton truck. 886-3087.  ��33cn  902 North Road, 9-3pm. Sal > Beautiful kitchen table with 6  Sun. Comics, cards, hardware, chairs. Only 4 mos. old. 886-2254.  plumbing and misc. ��34w    ��33cn  7 Announcement  Aug. 13 at Davis Bay Beach.  Miniature Daschund, female. 21/2  Garage t moving sale, Aug.  2U22, 10-2pm, 639 Glen Rd..  Gibsons. ��33W  Toshiba T1000 Portable computer  with expanded memory board.  $500. Complete dark room equipment. $350.886-3819. ��35w  cedar shakes. 4854453.   I34W  Super-8 or reguiar-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420.  TFN  Lowrey Pagent organ, $350; Panasonic microwave oven. 885-5771,  ��34W  For Batter HaaHh and W.IH>*lng  JoV rkrward. 8B6-9595.l33cn  therar>autjc body workd co-Wring **************************************  Esslen & Sedish movements,  Reiki and craniosacral balancing.  Usha 886-2750 for appointment..  ���35w  Aug. 22423, cemenl mixer with   y^ I^Jm^^^l^ ,J��  elecl'i<: n*"0'> switch cord, like Grow Greal garlic. Get ready lor  i���. d      , oaa-ocot am��,        new. D.C. electric motor with fall planting of large organic garlic. Bionaire 2001 aircleaner, $250  reduction gears (never used) Evin- One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl new, asking $125; portable  rude 4 HP overhauled; duroid root postage tplanting instructions, metal/leather massage table. $575  shingles, red, 10 bids.; many other Send to Organic Creek Farm, new, asking $425; diamond ring,  items, 1888 Beach Esplanade, RRI2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC, appr. at $4800, asking $3500 885-  StoKX*. #33cn V0N1V0. TFNs 3295 (workl Val.       I33W  Found: Watch at Franklin beach.  Please call. 886-8473.      #33cn  .  It.   '���    ���    _ '   _ Coast News, August 17, 1992  17  Take? Advantage of oar JVeu> Classified Aa Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  __ Gibsons &  visa     Sechelt offices  28 Motorcycles  Bm, Norco kacro Mountaineer tor  age vV10,$J0.Ai|Ou 885-9272.   I34W  GOOD HAY  KOOIbata Delivered  Call Between 12-lpm  HMJ357   TFN  Antique rolltop desk. $850 883-  2661. I33W  1974 SC travel trailer, exc cond.,  super dean, large Iridge. separate  bdrm., exc. living accom.. asking  $7^866-0065.      I33W  Colour TV, convener remote con-  trot. $40. electnc ar horn s motor.  $40; 4'x5' oil painting, seascape.  $150; nicotine gum. was $40 sell  tor $20. 865- 797 7       S33W  10' Delta sailboat. $800. winch.  $200.865-9512        I33W  Nintendo with eight games.Sold  separate or together. Oilers 886-  4689  ���33cn  9x9' lent, cenlre peak, sleeps 34,  excel, oond. $85.885-7651 .��33cn  Color 14--20--24- portable TV's.  $45 to $150. 886-3318 or 886-  3616. I33W  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine. 6 bits up to 10'. Excellent condition. $450 885-9068.  4 new Wht. Thermo windows (2-  7ttx4ftX2 ��� 5ft x at) ��� $75.1 new  36* metal door w/window. $45;  Electric slove $100; Set drums  $150; Stroller $25.886-2223.  ��33cn  Apple IIC compatable, 640. $300.  863-9441. ��33cn  Naaitendo, good cond. 9 games. 2  good controllers $260. Magazines  i tip books. Come with Nintendo  tree. 886-2636.        ��33cn  Lincoln arch welder on trailer. 350  amps. $2000 OBO. 886-2332.  ��33cn  1 yr old white toilet with cistern .  Offers. 886-9796.     ��34cn  Reno Sale: IntVExt doors $20/80;  S.S. sink $50; basin w. taps $50;  35 gal h.w. tank $70; Bi-lolds $25;  rjot lights $10. B85-3363.*34cn  82 Hondo Civic 2 door hatchback.s  ome rust. $700 OBO. 686-3441.  ���34cn  VEGGIES- Cukes .45*. tomatoes  .751b. order now. 886-9890.��34cn  Firewood - Hemlock, Iir 1 yellow  cedar $60/cord. U-pick-up. Call  Boris Enterprise. 886-0262J34cn  One way airline ticket. F. Vancouver, Toronto, Halifax. Aug.25.  $300.885-7214. 133  Tall man's mm. bike, exc cond.:  sel ol Harris cutting torches. (385-  2634. I35W  Inglis dryer (white), $100, exc. running cond. 886-9567 mornings.  ���33cn  14* thickness planer, 20* resaw  bandsaw. 885-2634.   I35W  Ladies golf dubs. bag. can. $200  Paymaster cheque write,, $150.  ���35W  TOTAL  CLEAROUT  All vehicles  must be sold  40 vehicles  $150??3,950  (D63I7)  Four - P185 70R13 tires, mounted  on Ford 4 bolt pattern aluminum  . mags for Capri. $140.885-4096.  ���33cn  Lowrey organ, pageant. $350.  . Panasonic microwave with turn-  talbe. 885-5771.       I33cn  Regency wood burning heatilator.  Insert. $600.865-7951.  <34cn  Pacer, electric scooter, good condilion. $900.885-2440.  ���34cn  1965 Colony Park LS wagon. One  owner, power everything, Zasbart  rustprooled big engine, trailer  package near new Michelms  $6800 OBO. 883-2962. Sen  1981 Toyota Tercel 4 wd wagon  94.000 kmver y good cond. $2500.  865-2798. I34w  1990 Jeep YJ cassette, hardtop,  neve, oil road, 47,000 kms.  $11.900.885-2000.��34w1988 Z24  Cavalier, black on Mack. 2.8 litre, 5  spd. lilt, cruise, air. cassette, ps  pb. digital dash. $9000 OBO. 886-  2615or886-2700.      ��35w  1986 Toyota Celica GTS 5spd, top  model - all options excellenl condition. $8250.885-9540.135w  Dodge ram van, 1985, new lires.  complete new brakes, recent tune-  up, lully insulated. $4500. 886-  7373 I35w  1980 Mustang 2 door. V6. auto,  sunshine root 715 Franklin Road,  Gibsons. ��35w  1980 Ford van, 6 cyl, 4 speed,  slandard. V. good condtilion. 25  hwy. Buill lo, the lonnd lanky.  Investigate at Suncoast motors.  866-3360��3Sw  1990 Nissan Micra. 43,000ks, still  under warranty, $5995.886-9294.  ���35w  1988 Dodge Anes Le. ai,, am/lm  cassette, top condition. $6250.  886-9292. I34w  1962 Buick LeSabre, 2 dr., exc.  shape, carefully maintainled,  power sunrool, doors, windows &  seats. $2900 OBO. 885-3344.  I34w  1978 Buick LaSabre 302. two barrel, air cond. tilt steering, cruise  control, no rust. $1200 OBO. 885-  0793. ��32w  1974 Volvo s/w. good running condition. $250. B86'3468.t35cn  1979 well cared for Datsun 310  h/back, in good running order.  $600.865-4406 Eves. #35cn  1974 Datsun 2607. alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs. Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 686-7376 ss  1989 Dodge Omni 36.000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  1990 Ford Aerostar, XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion. $14,900. 886-  1988 Aeroslar XL. 7 passenger,  V6. very low kms.. looks new. very  well maintained all service records  avail., must sell. $11,500 OBO.  886-2900 or 886-2970133W  1962 Buck wagon, petted runner,  pertect transport, new exhaust  system & convene,, new tues  $1200 885-0696.     I33CN  1989 Plymouth Sundance. 4 dr..  hatchback. 56,000 kms., ac. aulo..  elc. Back Cherry' A-1 mechanical,  immaculale in and out. Grandma  driven, ns. $7899 lirm 886-2521  tor a test while the plates are still  on. i34W  1974 Oiosmobiie. new brakes and  exhaust Mechanically sound.  $2400 OBO 665-1943    ss  1988MUSTANG GT.  Loaded, like new. 25.000 ks one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm.  885-2544. ss  1991 B1550 Kubalo tractor h  loader, 4 wd, bi-speed turn. Excellent condilion. 350 hrs. paid  $15,800 must sell, $11,000. 885-  . 9654. ��35cn  r     BOBCAT &     ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8518 220-8767  V     M "-'"        aa**  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-2503  ss  74 Case 480 B loader backhoe.  12-X24- buckets. $7500 Evenings.  886-4576. ��33cn  KRO Auto Upholstery - seals, door  panels, headliners. carpets.vmyi  tops, convertibles. 685-7072.  ���36W  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm. Ac V6.  auto/od. 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111.    ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue.  mt/ext., rebuilt engine & transmission. Pnced to sell $3650 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm.        ss  1961 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 885-1942.SS  1977 Volvo DL. rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 OBO 865-1942.SS  1971 LandRover ��� 88 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  883-2669. SS  1975 Tnumph TR7. excellenl condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11 ft. camper. 685-9066.  1967 Nissan pu. Kingcab 4x4.  biack, good condition 865-4146  ��35cn  1963 GMC 3/4 ton 6.2 desel. new  trans. $900. BB6-2593135W  1982 3/4 t on good work truck or  beater, runs good. $550 886-  9751. I35W  1961 Chev 1 ton on duals. 14'box  propane rack & shelving lor service truck 885-2699.   I32w  '79 Ford 12 passenger van. V6  aulo good cond. $3295 OBO. 686-  75200,886-2111. SS  This is it1 1975 Ford F250PU dub  cab Strong 390.4 sp. priced lo  sell now' Good work truck. $850.  886-9449 (34W  Full size '90 Dodge van, V6  aulo.. SB500. SR6-36TB att. Spm.  mm  1973 Dodge 3/4 T 4X4 camper  special 316 std. PS/PB, 4' body  lift, mags, roll bar, HD bumpers,  new battery, alt., headers t mufflers. $3000 OBO. 685-5926.I33W  '61 Chev PU 1/2 ton. 4 speed, exc.  cond., $3500.886-9979.  ���34W  1966 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61.000 km.. box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413.  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500,886-2833 or 886-7484.  ss  1966 Land Rover. $1250. 886-  3854. ��35W  1992 Ford Escort LX, stn. wagon,  lully loaded. 4 cyl., 5 spd., burgundy, only 5400 kms.. $14,000  lirm, no GST. 886-4565, mess.  666-9495. H35W  1990 Honda Prelude, lully loaded.  $17,000,886-7277.    H35W  1982 Datsun 280ZX. T-bar rool.  low mileage, $2500 OBO. 886-  4552. ��35W  1967 Plymouth Fury II sedan, A1  shape, new motor, buy lor price of  new motor. Good lamily car or collectable 883-9570.    ��33cn  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  auto., PS/PB, power dr. locks, AC.  AM/FM stereo. $4495 OBO. 886-  2111 or 886-7520. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abes Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1960 Camaro 305 aulo., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1981 Ford Granada as is, $500  OBO. 886-8095.        TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025  ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  sel, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo station wagon, standard 4X4,12,000  kms. Dave 886-3878.  ���34W  1965 Honda Prelude, only 65,000  kms $7600 Diana 666-8107 or  886-9408. TFN  77 Ventura, v-6 Sid. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553. ss  1985 Citation II. V6.4 spd Only  33,000km. $3200.685-9553.SS  77 Camaro. 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBo. 686-2111 SS  1954 Desoto. Good condition.  Running order, shop manual  included. $2500.886-7457.  ��35cn  '82 Plymouth Sapporo Japanese  Economy 8 lots ol power $1750.  Datsun p/u good shape $500.885-  9357. TFN  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  686-7150. ss  1979 Cadillac Broughan D, elegance, propane powered. AC  power windows and seats, new  mutfler, starter, alternator, runs  exc. $3700 lirm. 885-1961 Roger.  885-5111 Peler.       H33W  1979 Chev Impala 9 passgt.  S/Wagon, some rust, runs well.  $750,885-5373.        ��33W  1976TR6, gd. cond., $4000:1977  BMW, new transmission. $4000.  885-9512. ��33W  1961 Chev. Citation. 2 door. 4 cyl,  auto. Excel, cond. AM/FM cass.  New rubber {1200. OBO. 886-  7591. I33cn  19651/2 Escort. 4 door, child  locks/windows, 98.000 km, good  cond. extras. $3300 OBO. 885-  4163. ��33cn  1981 Ford Escort, exc. cond.,  $1000.886-8646.      (34ss  1989 Tempo 4 dr. auto., PS/PB,  AC, cruise control, AM/FM can.  radio .$9900. 886-2155 ��34cn  Like new Johnson 8 hp. $1100,  885-2342, ��33cn  1958 Chev Belaire, 4 door,  restored orig. 346 BB auto..  $5500.886-0957 eves.#34W  77 Toyola Corolla body OK, needs  head gasket, $475.883-2750.  ���34W  1955 Ford Crown Victoria $8500.  Phone 886-3193.      ���34cn  19(9 Camaro, 327 auto. Deluxe  Int. Black/black. $4500 OBO.  Phone Randy 886-8244. alter  5:00. M4cn  2-1  Trucks  1960 Chev 3/4 ton Suburban lo.  78,000 miles, ps, p\b. $3995 OBO,  885-9565. I34w  1979 Dodge pickup, 6 cyl, 120,000  kms. Peas. cond. $l750e seen at  Sunshine GMB85-3989.��3<*  1965 Blazer 4x4, auto OD trailer  hitch $5700 OBO. 885-4778.I35W  25 Campers  Multi Million  $$$ Enterprise  (no, iw'rt not)  But we ARE proud of the  business we've built up over the  ast ten years. People call us to sell  their R.V.'s because we are the 11  consignment dealer on Vancouver  Island. Our advertising covers a  wide area of B.C. We reach a  large market which enables  us to sell your RV. quickly.  II you want ACTION, call the  specialists in consignment sales.  OPEN /DAYS A WEEK  1971 171/2 ft. South Park travel  trailer sleeps 6, stove/oven,. Good  condition. $2500 OBO. 885-8809.  ���3Sw  78 Dodge van. PS/PB. CC/CB/AC,  3 way Iridge. stove, sink, lurnace  Good cond.. $7500 . Phone 886-  8987 aft. 5. I34W  1980 3/4 ton Ford truck with Alaska camper, willing to trade tor RV.  883-9570. I33W  20 It. Tioga 2 motorhomeali libreglass body, Dodge chasis & 360  motor, exc.cond.. flush toilet,  shower, Iridge. stove, hot water  and furnace. $6995.885-7580  ���33W  1977 Ford F250 Club Cab, ps, pb.  am/lm CD player, c/w 1976 91/2 It.  Wilderness camper. Flush toilet, 3  way Iridge, hyd lacks, excellent  condition. For both $6250. OBO.  886-3783. I33cn  1973 tent trailer, sleeps 6, $725.  885-9500. M5W  1980 XTC mini-motor home on  360 Dodge Maxivan. Cruise control, 3-way fridge, furnace, 4 burner stove with oven, porta-potti,  extra large 2nd gas tank, exc.  cond.. mechanical records avail.,  will consider boat, motor t trailer  in trade. W.H.Y., $7900.866-7421  M5W  8 ft Vanguard overhead camper  tor smaller PU Heater, stove lop S  cooler, evenings. $600 886-4576  I33cn  24' Prowle, 1971. $2500 OBO.  865-3626 <34cn  1987 Elite, non-smokers, very  clean, sleeps 4. low mileage. 350  motor $19,995.885-7815.  ���34cn  23 ft Fibrellorm 165 Merc, I/O,  needs work. $4800 OBO. 885-  3484 ��33W  22 tt. Lynwood express cruiser.  1981 260 HP V8 FWC 260 leg,  cruises. 25 MPH. S/U head, sleeps  4, Indge ��� VHF, compass, spare  prop winch, excellent cruising &  fishing. Berthed al Secret Cove.  $16,000 OBO. 922-6685 alt. 6pm.  ���33W  13 1/2 Ii Shoreliner 25 HP Merc  RR trailer, great lishing machine,  $3500.885-5946.  ���33W  ^SAVE$1gOO^  ^^k. **aa^H  17 tt. Double Eagle, highliner trailer, full  Instrumentation, 140 hp Merc cruiser, 7.5 beam. 416  hr. on rebuilt VHF Lowrance depth Under, 24 gal.  aluminum gas tank, healer, fresh water cooled $7i60O  REDUCED TO $6,500.  885-401 ��  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc cond..  garage kept. $5500.686-9595.  ss  1986 Yamana FZ 600, noi ndden  since engine rebuild, red/white,  last. $4500 OBO. 886-3B09.I34W  1981 Honda CB650 cuslom,  immaculate 25,600 original Ks.  $1250 OBO. 886-7378    ss  19B5 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  oilers. 686-8622. ss  1965 Bronco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 866-9332 att. 7 eves. 886-  2963 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102.      ss  1969 GMC Tracker. 4 wheel dnve,  5 speed. Hardlop. $9000. 866-  4599. ss  1981 Ford F250.4x4 with rock box  $5500.886-4599. ss  1990 Mazda cab plus, while, 5  spd. sunrool. box liner $9500.685-  4662. ss  1973 Dodge 3/4 T. Camper Special. 318 Std.. PS/PB, 4-: body lilt,  mags, roll bar. H D bumpers, new  battery, all. headers & muffler,  $3000 OBO, 8B5-5926J33W  1988 F 250 4x4, 7.3 deisei. h.d.  suspension. $11,500.883-2562.  ��33cn  Full size '90 Dodge van. V8. auto.  $8500.886-3678 after 5:00pm.  ���33cn  1965 GMC 1/2 ton p.u. short box.  Air 8 cruise, black. Excellent cond.  $6900.685-2470.      ��33cn  1956 Ford panel Iruck. $7000  OBO. 886-7684.        ��33W  1966 Ford econoline van in good  running order $900.886-3716.  ��34cn  13'6" Sangster Crall and trailer,  lish finder, down nggerpare prop  and luel tank. $2150 OBO 883-  9976.40 jhp Merc.     ��34w  I pay cash lor boats  19-24 N. Wood or glass. 885-4031.  ���35w  79 12 It. Lund aluminum boat S  EZ loader trailer/ 4 hp Evinrude  mote. Asking $1700 OBO. 885-  0621. I35cn  16 It. Sangster. hardtop, 120 Mercruiser. galv. EZ load. All set lor  lishing. too much too list. Must sell  $5000.OBO Eves. 885-4529.  ��35cn  18 tt Bellboy hardtop. 120 Merc.  in/out board, trim tabs, VHF, CB,  sounder, bait tank, lull canvas,  extras.trailer, $5500.883-9059.  ss  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6). Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.886-2694.SS  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1969-1990  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort. B83-2456.TFN  Like new Hohnson 8 h.p. $900.  885-2342. Was $1100. 33w  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 865-5278.  TFN  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. 34ss  Canoe, 15 ft. libreglass flat bottom.  $375,886-3641.       #33cn  16' Double Eagle 60 hp Evin trailer, many extras. $4000 OBO. 883-  9441. #33cn  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500. otters & trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol exlras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.  16 ft. Lund aluminum with trailer.  $2000; 6 HP Johnson outboard.  $600. 686-2565.       I33W  13 1/2' new muscle boal. glass  over plywood. 40 hp Evinrude  upholstered and tarped. $2000  OB0885-7687.��32w19' Calais  marine, showroom condition, 115,  9.9 yamana outboards. Fish tinder,  marine radio, down riggers, live  bait tank and many more extras.  $16,800,885-2567.    ��33cn  SECHELT MINK  SURVEYS IT0.  Captain nil Murray  M.C.M.M.C.  M.N.A.M.S.I  M A B.Y.C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  16.5 ft. Donzi/trailer, 350 CID,  Volvo 270, completely redone.  683-9114 or 863-2432 eves.��35W  22' Bayliner command bridge, new  engine, lull canvas, 9.9 Yamaha  kicker. May take part trade. 686-  2491 eves, ��34w  27. Mobile  Homes  Journeyman cabinet maker would  like to rent small cottage tor winter,  in part in exchange lor work  James 886-6610home. 886-  6615work ��35w  Responsible, part time working  mother ot two requires moderately  pnced 2 or 3 bdrm home with yard.  Preler Davis Bay or Roberts Creek  areas. 885-7860.      ��35cn  Sunny home in Roberts Creek  desired by considerate lamily ol 3.  Please call Aijou 885-9272.I34W  Small house 1 bdrm., quiet spot,  Rbls. Ck. area preferred. $400  max. Phone alter 6 pm 886-7592.  ���33W  Prolessional couple require 2 bdrm  and den. Roberts Creek area by  Sept. 1.686-2332.  ��33cn  31. For Rent  Gibsons. 2* bdrms. 5 appis, targe  kitchen ( deck. Close  to tennis and beach $750.  Selma Park view, 4 bdrms, all  appis, 2 1/2 baths. 3 fireplaces  $900  Century West Realty Ltd. 865-  2235. ��33cn  Residential RV spaces. Large  landscaped sites. Full hook-up. tei  & cable avail. $200/mo. ind. elec.  Gibsons area 686-7051.   I35cn  3 bOrm. 1 1/2 bath townhouse.  central Gibsons. 5600��� Mature  couple, pretered No pets. n/s.  Avail Sepl 15 886-7051   ��35cn  Langdale large new 2 bdrm main  level suite, private. 4 appis. incl.  hydro, non-smoking, no pets  $650/mo 886-7334 I33w  Very private, modern watertront  home SW ol Earls Cove, 3 bdrm,  partially lurnished. 6 appl.. fireplace, satellite dish. Avail Sept. 1.  883-9879 or 1-943-0613,   I35cn  2 bdrm main lloor, view, across  Gibsons Marina. $650 mc 686-  9737. ��35cn  3 bdrm townhouse. over 1500 sq.  It., 2 baths, 4 appl, some view,  Avail Sept. 1 Gibsons, $750/mo.  Phone 596-4721 or 844-0164.  ��35cn  Avail Sept. 1 Gibsons, $750/mo.  Phone 596-4721 or 844-0164.  ���35cn  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  885-9333. ss  M.V. Blacklist], 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, leaturing new  Swann aulo, anchor pkg., new  LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new lenders  S brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, complelely refintshed  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  Hush mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000. 885-  7977. ss  19 fl. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  ildd, $3500.886-3457.    SS  Moorage - Sechelt. 2 dollars per  loot per month. Royal Reach Motel  & Marina. 885-7844.    TFN  91 Prowler as new V6 Power mercruiser FWC view at Soulh Coast  Ford. 885-3281. ss  Upper Deck Cleaners has a crew  to swab i, clean your decks and  cabin. Call Callie or Aprile 886-  7574. ��36w  24 It. ToJIycratt. 150 HP Mercruiser, lull canvas, VHF, CB, head,  stove, sink. Includes tour-wheel tilt  trailer, immaculate, $9000. 885-  0898. H33CN  14 tt. Frontiersman canoe wilh 2  fibreglass paddles, $325. 885-  3285. ss  19 ft. Calais marine, showroom  condition. 115 i 9.9 Yamaha outboards, lishfinder. marine radio,  down rigger, live bait tank and  many other exlras, $16,800.885-  2567. #34W  16-6* Huddlestotie OB clinker hull,  cedar on oak windshield and Merc  controls, no engine, $400. 886-  9849. ��34W  NOTHING DOWN  Up to 100% O.A.C. interest rates  63'4% + lor 6 mos. New 1 used  mobile homes starling al $19,500.  S.C.M.H. Sales. 886-9626.TFN  BRAND NEW  Single and double wides. For pads  or private property. Belore you buy  check us out1 Nick 885-5340.TFN  Back to work  but short ol money  we will pay pad rent  in Sunshine Coast MH Park  Til Dec 1992 rl you  purchase one of our  show homes set-up in  Park. Offer Good till Aug 30792.  all homes ready for  immediate occupancy  Regal Homes Ltd.  886-2597/597-3322.   TFN  1973 3 bdrm. 12x68 wilh large  addilion i deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By owner, 12x68 mobile home, call  686-3039.886-7306.       SS  Family/Adult  Park  Gibsons Area  Reduced  1-1392 sq.ft. home  2 ��� 924 sq. tt. homes  No reasonable oiler relused.  Only 5% down OAC  597-33227886-2597  TFN  SUMMER MADNESSI  14x71 Deluxe regent was "1.900  Summer Special $49,995.  14x70 Moduline. Irom S back bedroom, ensuite, loaded  was$52.900. Summer Special  $49,995  14x70 Front kitchen was $46,200,  Summer Special $45,900.  These homes are all 1992 set up  in SCMH Park or for your pnavate  property. 886-9826.  TFN  Egmonl, lumished cabin, suit 1-2  people. No pets. Avail. Sept. 1st.  883-2222. f35w  Watertront Davis Bay. small 2  bdrm lumished home. Ns. No pets.  References. Avail Sept. 1st lo  June 30, 1993. $550/mo. 865-  5072.986-5079. ��35w  Egmont, clean 2 bdrm mobile  home, 924 sq. tt. plus storage  room, large deck. Avail Sepl. 15th.  no pets, relerences. lease possible. 663-2222. <35w  Gibsons 3 bdrm townouse 1 1/2  balhs. 5 appliances. $750/mo.  Avail immed. B86-3313.��34w  3 bdrm. Chancellor doublewide  available to move immediately, 6  appliances, $28,000.866-9229.  H34W  Why Rent?  A rarity. 12x70, 3 bdrm front  kitchen. 3 appl. very dean, inside  i out. Set up on a concrete pad in  SCMH Park. Priced to sell at  $19.500.686-9626.      TFN  Suzuki, FA 50 Moped. Good condition, excel, mileage. Street legal.  $400.886-9096.       ��35cn  Egmont. small 2 bdrm house lully  lumished waterlront. Sattelite dish,  no pels, references. Avail Sept.  1st. 863-2222. ��35w  2 new apartments with view. 2  bdrm. l/s. dishwasher, close to  stores, Upper Gibsons $650'mo.  Avail Sept. 1. Re required. No  pets. 886-8874. ��35w  Avail immed. 1 bdrm bachelor  suile. Furn. 886-0054.       #35w  4 bdrm, 21/2 balhs. all appliances,  down lown Sechelt. $700. 885-  3676. H33cn  Bnght & beautilul 1+ 2 bdrm apts.  New bilding, lower Gibsons, quiet,  secure, blinds, carpets, laundry  $590. $630. $700.886-3420.��36w  Harbor view, large 3 bdrm 2 car  garage/workshop/rsl wood  heale-lireptace Close to all $800.  Releiences 683-9343. or 883-  2102. ��35w  Adult onenled, Twin Oaks, 4 appis.  $695/mo. 886-7263. ��35cn  Wilson Creek waterlront cottage,  furnished, 2 bdrm, fireplace, elect,  heat, Avail Sept. 15, - May 31  $650.885-5720 or 1-263-5998.  ���35cn  2 bdrm duplex close to Gibsons  plaza. 2 appl 1 laundry hook-ups  Avail Od. 1. $650. Rels. Required.  8860457. ��33cn  Spacious 2 bdrm townhouse. 11/2  bath. 6 appis. garage, new paint.  Great location. $700/mo. Call 886-  3764or 1-435*426. Avail Sept. 1.  ��35w  Spacious 3 bdrm, top lloor. W.  Sechelt, large balcony with view of  Trail Islands. 4 appliances, Avail  immediately, Sept. 1.885-4581.  ��35w  834 Church Road, Granthams, 2  bdrms, 1 balh. view $700.4 appis.  Avail Sept. 1.886-8640.10am-  2:30pm. Weekdays. ��35w  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  STEVE SAWYER  StvMeiH^ f4U tfeava  PtejUtta'HteaW  ' Residential  "Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  Restrictions apply.  References  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will  Screen potential renters  Do moving- in inspection  Arrange lor maintenance &  repairs  Collect the rent & damage  deposit  Oispurse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving out inspection  POR LEASE  Approximately 800 to 1300  sq. It. ol fabulous office  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  mprovements.  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER al  GIBSONS  RE/U.TYLTD.  886-2277  Granthams waterfront cabin - suits  one person only. Shower-covered  p wood stove. 886-8640. l0-2pm  weekdays. $5900. plus utils.��35w  Downtown Gibsons, studio suite.  Furn. Non-smoker, no pets.  Avail Sept. 1. $330/mo. Relerences. 1-230-4099. ��34w  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential. Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 886-8107 tor details.TFN  I  mmm v.oasi iNews, August i /, I l��vz  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  MY HOME N/S > NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED SEPT. 1  OR    POSSIBLY     SOONER  tasomo. north rd gibsons  Spacious 3 bdrm. top floor. West  Sechelt. large balcony with view ot  Trail Islands 5 appliances, available immediately Aug 15 865-  4561 l33cn  TFNs  3 bedroom S. den. School Road  Relerences Heat/cable included  $625 886-8150. TFN  TEREDO SQUARE  Newly renovated ultice space  1013 sq It phone 685-4466  TFN  2 bdrm apt ceniial Gibsons wale'  view $525. pei month 886-3330  TFN  Home on Hve acies Gibsons 0*  North Rd Near ferry & town  mce  3 bdrm rancraei rnci D,w wasner fl,  dryer, extra storage tueplace, large  patio Avail Sept ' $840 Pets a  Kics welcome 1-9W 7580 Msgs  ��34cn  3 bdrm basement suite m nouse  with pnvale yard, etc avail Sepl  1. $625/mo . damage deposit  ���34W  3 room cottage Davis Bay.  $475/mo. incl. pan utils 865-7007  ���34W  Redroolts. 3 bedroom rancner 4  appliances. 2 baths, fresh and  clean. Avail, now $800. CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD. 685-  2235. I34W  Home on 5 acres. Gibsons oil  North Rd., near lerry and lown,  nice 3 bdrm. rancher incl. d/w,  washer/dryer, extra storage, fireplace, large patio, pats $ kids wet-  come, avail. Sept. 1. $840.1.944.  7580 nags. ��34W  Monthly rentals available. 1 bdrms  a bachelors. Ruby Lake. 883-  2289. ��33cn  One bedroom suite, balcony  panoranx view, private entrance,  uiicabK induded. Walk to terry.  1575.886-7394.  ���33cn  EaTa**atnal waterfront on tabutous  beach al Hopkins Landing Trillion  doHar view. (3bdrm or 2 bdrm ,  dan), 2 baths, partially lum.. n/s.  nopals, Laat. 1200 per month  !.*���������* r**a**a*a**B***>,.avy**f If.  Avail Aug 1 3 bdrm sxs duplex 3  appl. private yard, carport, utility  shed, close to schools and mall.  braru new $675 886-9654 ��33cn  Gambiei island ' bdrm cabin plus  loft Avail yeai round basy commute by Dogwood to Gibsons  View $45C 886-8096 U<��  1 bdrm home Davis Bay 4 appi<  ances $600 incudes cable Avail  awe Sept 1 Id June 30th D3 865  0711 l3Jcn  Wesl Sechelt I bdi basement  suite 1/2 bath.lirepiace insert  cable, shared kitchen, laundry  facilities, neat and quiet a must  Male prelerred 6856865 tvgs  Avail Aug 1 t33cn  2 bdrm moone-newiy redecorated.  extra storage dose to lerry  S55Cvn 886-2475      I33cn  Home On Five Acres  Gibsons oh North Rrj, near terry &  town Nice 3 bdrm rancher,  includes diw washer & dryer/  extra storage, tueplace. large  patio Avail Sepl ' $640 Pets and  kids welcome 1-944-7580 MSGS  i33cn  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  Bntish Columbia legislation pro-  hibits advertising winch discnm-  males in the rental ot property  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition of rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advert.  isement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Coasl News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  For rent, Halfmoon Bay mobile, 2  bdrm. plus on 1/2 acre, 4 appis.,  $675/mo��� 1 yr. lease. Avail. Sept.  1. Van. 732-9247.      ��4W  Furnished I bdrm. duplex, watertront Roberts Creek, single person  pri>.8B6-9BS5..    ..���..,.  I14W  Clean, bright spacious ground  level 1 bdrm suite, prel working,  mature non-smoking individual  localed m Lower Gibsons.  $500/mo plus utils 886-3573.  ���34W  Spacious 3 bdrm 2 bath home.  West Sechelt. N S no pets, aval  Sepl 1 $85Camo utils. cable md  685-2382  ���34W  Wilson Creek watenroni collage,  lumsneo '2 bdrm fireplace, elec  heal Oct 1-May 31 $650 885-  6720OT1-263-5998    i.MW  Hopkins - Spec 1 bdrm w/d view,  decx ni leny**aach NTS Ret NO  PITS $500Plus 88r>��422��33cn  2 Odrm duplex close to Gibsons  Pia/a 2 appi t laundry hook-ups  Available Sept   1  $650 Rel  requred 686-3457  ���33cn  Commuters large clean, adult oriented. 1 bdrm apt with view, new  Hooting and carpet, laundry and  pool access Walk to terry Avail  Aug $550 Phone 866-0990 leave  message  I33cn  2 bdrm house Lower Gibsons pnvale, large back yard. Avail. Sept  I, Rel, req $70O/mo. 865-3152 or  437-3701 or 731-3077.I33CN  Davis Bay. latge modem 3 bdrm..  2 bath nouse. FP. lenced yatd.  Sept. 1 $795. 885-5919 or 885-  4862. (33W  Brand new. elegant 3 bdrm. home  bordenng on Redrooffs Park/Halt-  moon Bay. 5 appl., $975.733-  5491. t33W  Spacious new 3 bdrm. townhouse  in Gibsons, close to amenities,  sundeck, carport, skylight, 5 appl.,  refs.. no pets, avail. Sept. f. Call  t-230-4099.  33W  Two bdrm. well located near manna, $625/mo. 886-7400.  ���33W  Gibsons 2 bdrm.1200 sq. ft., nice  yard, huge work garage. $700 or  neg., liny conage on prop, avail.  Sept. 1.984-9065.  ���33W  Cozy 2 bdrm. lumished W/F home,  SfCta*MM(>^aO/mo.e85-  9248.1-929-1729.     ��3W  Gibsons 2 bdrm. main floor ot  house, bright, spacious, newly  decorated, huge deck, manna  view. $625 1 utils. 886-9738 or  255-2044 I33W  Gibsons, spacious, near new. 3  bdrm.. 2 1/2 baths, gourmet  kitchen. 5 appl. garage. $B50/mo  296-5215 I33W  Gibsons spacious 1 bdrm. apl  garden level, close 10 all amenities. $600 and. heal $ hydro, avail  Sept 1296-5215      t33W  Why rent' For sale. 1974 30 travel  trailer ucaied at the Uptown Motet  Trailer Park, in center Gibsons,  separate bdrm. nice living accom  super clean, asking $7700 886  0085 1.I3W  Bnghl J beautiful i��2 bdrm apts.  new building. Ipwe ' Gibsons,  quiet secure, blinds carpets, laundry. $630 $ TOO 886-3420 ��33W  Gibsons, cory 1 bdrm suile. newly  decorated in house with manna  view. $375 ta utllS 886-00/? Ol  255-2044 I33W  New log house. 2 bdrm., 2 bathrooms. 4 appis.. Roberts Creek.  $800. avail. Aug. 15.886-2883.  ���33W  2 bdrm. view home, Hopkins Landing. Sept. 1 to June 30, $6O0/mo.  896-0096 or 852-1454.I33W  Gibsons, cozy 3 bdrm oceanview  suile. 4 appis. n/s. rels. Lease  required. $650/mo. Sepl. 666-  4773.  Sandy Hood area, 2 bdrm lurnished cabin. Avail Sept. 15th.  June 30th. $500. pm .utils. 1-945-  8845. I34cn  New 2 bdrm house, 2 bath, den, 5  appliances,  double  garage,  panoramic view, near ferry. Avail  Sept. 1.886-7394.  93401  Gibsons near marina, 4 bdrm 3  baths, soaker, large den, fireplace  insert, 3 appl, deck $1196.  Roberts Creek - 3 bdrm, fireplace,  skylights, 3 appl, large deck,  access to hot tub. $875 plus.  Arthur 885-9859.       ��34cn  Clean 2 bdrm mobile home, in  quasi park near Davis Bay 4 appl.,  $595 mo 886-4862 or 885-5919.  I35W  Beach cottage Granthams, avail.  Oct -May. $450. refs. req. 866-  4736. I33cn  Wesl Sechelt execulive home,  near new. upper 2 levels. 3 bdrm.,  3 baths, hardwood floors, vaulted  ceiling, FP aval. Oct 1. $B95rmo  . shared hydro, mature responsible people, refs. 524-8406 S35W  West Sechelt One Bedroom  spacious apartment, lumished,  carpeted. 5 appl.. hydto incl..  $575/mo. avail. Sepl. I, 685  3210 I35W  David Bay waterlront. small 2  bdrm lurnished home. N/S. no  pets, rets., avail. Sept. t-June  30793. $550/mo. 885-5072 or 988-  5079. ��35cn  Avail Sept. 1. lum 2 bdrms. lull  basement, waterlront/deep moorage. 40 It dock on Francis Peninsula Rd., across the bay Irom  Irvines Log., $B50/mc 530-0266  or 883-9627. ��35cn  2 bdrm w/l cottage, winterized.  Furnished. Selma Park. $650.885-  9047 Avail Aug. 30th. ��34cn  Clean 2 brm mobile home In quiet  park near Daivs Bay. 4 appl. $595  pm, 865-4862 or 865-5919.3401  Ocean view. 3 bdrms, 1/12 baths,  1450 sq.ft. 5 appl Walk to ferry,  $750 ��� utils. No pets, available  Sept. 1. Relerences. 1 -325-4662."  ���3401     I  OPPORTUNITY GIBSONS. Otlice  ���pace 576 iq. It. suitable for  suppliers and tradas, warehouse spici available. ������  required. 616-0225.   ��3$w  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101. $ Hough  Rd. Occupancy Sepl. 1.885-9719.  TFN  Roberts Creek Hit, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7816. TFN  Gibsons Landing Health Centre,  office space for lease. For details  Lenka 941-3036 eves.  ���34W  600 sq. ft. office upper Gibsons.  S250/mo. Triple net. 886-82M.  ���32w  800 sq.'lt. commercial (pact in  Sa*��rat*. 889-5393.     ��3w  ���CYCNA  aWm  COLUMBA  aVOVUION  269  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in mora than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora atian 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  for2S  $195  $3.70each additional word  Engines rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 luns warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. lor 27 years. Phone 7  daya%8ajn.-Bp.rn. (604)672-  0641. Toll-tree Mon-Fri 1  800-663-2521.  GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian low as $100.  BMWs, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  ��ucks, vane. AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (416)631-4666   CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  liW, 8 cylinder Irom $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd.  warranty. 7 Days -580-1050,  1-800-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.  Cummlngs Turbo Diesel  4x4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-  Runners, Dakotas, starting  from $149 month. 0 down  O.AC. We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Grant or Don collect  1(604)562-6370.   PUBLIC AUTO-TRUCKAUC-  TION every Tuesday 6:30  p.m. and Saturday 12:00  noon. Over 600 cars &trucks  ���very week. Sell your car or  come aa a buyer. First time  customer, this ad worth $50  In free services. 12742 King  George Highway, Surrey,  B.C. Info: (604)560-0011.  Chtvy Truck factory order  specialist. All makes, sales  and lasting. Business, personal or fleet enquiries welcomel Port Chev, John Shon,  Manager. D6652. Collect  (604)941-5481.  trut-DttO SUPPLES  DOORSIWINDOWSIInterior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  toWALKER DOOR and WINDOW In Vancouver at  (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Be your own Boss. Earn $60  per hour, with mobile hot-  water pressure washing unit  from DYNA SALES. For bro  chore (604)273-0709, Fax:  (804)273-3920, Write: 110-  11760 Voyageur Way, Rich  mono V8X 309.  BUSMEMOt>l*ORTU*WT1ES  EDUCATION  ADVANCE OPPORTUNITY.  Revolutionary 80-channel  mini-dish satellite system wil  rapidly expand home entertainment and communications industry. Network Mar  keting. No inventory. No In-  wstment.Call(416)622.1810  anytime.  YOU ARE BOSS. Whr-istal-  ing/Relaikng our money making, easy to sell products. For  ful details send SA.S.E. to:  Jetties Enterprises, Box 551,  Crolton, B.C. VORIRO.  CHEF  TRAINING   PROGRAM.   In just 17 weeks  make your future financially  secure.  Join Canada's #1  Musty. Cooking Is a races  skin-proof earner. Short, In-  ���nee training. Financial as  ststance. Govt funding. Student loans. Continuous enrolment.    Accommodation  arranged.      DUBRULLE  FRENCH       CULINARY  SCHOOL, 1522 W. 8th Ave.,  Vanoouver, B.C.   736-3155  or Toi-hee 1-800-667-7288.  EMPLOYMENT  C4PKNiTUMIfcS  ECOWATER. Think Big, The  Sky's The Umit.   Minimum  income guarantee. Training  provided, own business or  direct sales experience an  asset. Call Mr. From at 765-  5480.  Established prizewinning  weekly newspaper.  Tourist  Destination Town, B.C. Interior.   Complete package-  equipment. Building, etc. or?  Good profit margin lor ambitious person.    Replies:  *NEWSPAPER*,C/0 John  Kurta, 400-235 1st Ave.,  Kamloops, B.C. V2C3J3.  LIGNUM LTD. LOGGING  SUPERVISOR. Lignum Ltd.  A prtVaUery owned forest product* operation in Williams  Lake B.C. raquiras a well or  ganlzed self-starter to super-  vis* contracted logging operations.   Reporting to the  logging superintendent, the  position Is responsible for the  harvesting ol approximately  350,000 M3 of our total annual harvest of 630,000 M3.  Specific responsibilities include log Row, cost and quality, ensuring hat operations  meet standards set by WCB,  The Mnlaty of Forests and  Mini sty of Envlronmenl As a  minimum, the Ideal candidate  will have a Diploma of Technology In a related field and  one to two yearn logging su-  p*rvtsory experience in Ihe  B.C. Interior.   Candidates  intending lo achieve or currency possessing their RPF  standing will be preferred.  Please submit resumes, In  confidence to:   Personnel  Manager, Lignum Ltd., 180  Hodgson Rd., Williams Lake,  B.C. V2G 3P6.  Family business for sale:  Tony's Taxi on beautilul  Quadra Island.   3 Cabs.  $60,000 reduced to $45,000.  285-3102.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Karen,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos of them  selves for sale. For discreet  into write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY7P4.  Adults only please.  EDUCATION  We are seeking experienced  Mijffler/BrakeirataMrwhowl  Out of work? Train to be an  Apartment/Condominium  Manager.   Government licensed, correspondence  course will qualify you for  employment.   For details:  (604)681-5456 or 1-800-665-  8339.  develop long term customer  relationships resulting In repeat sales. Top wages and  benefits. For personal interview call James (604)392-  2855 Williams Lake, B.C.  Tribal Council is seeking applications for an individual.  Musl have experience in public and business administration and native programming.  Apply by Aug. 21. Tsllhgotfn  TriMCowicI, 102-383Olrver  Street, ViWam* Lake, B.C.  V2G M4, Fax: 1-396-5798.  Closing^ Aug. 21.  WESTERN    CANADIAN  School of Auctioneering. Next  course Sept. 21 Oct 3/92.  For a Iree brochure call  (403)250-1281 or write to #5,  2003 McKnight Blvd. N.E.,  Calgary, AB T2E 612.  EMPLOYMENT OPPS.  WANTED: Ages 18-30 to  work on terms in Europe, U.K.,  Japan, New Zealand or Australia. Conlacl tie International Agricultural Exchange  Association, 1501-17 Ave.  S.W., Calgary, ABT2TOE2,  EMPLOYMIIlT SERVICES  Airline Job*. Learn how to  get the fob you want through  ourtentastc 120 page manual  wltt (stings of over 300 Canadian Airlines. Call Now!! 1  925-8026 24 hrs.  FOB SALE MBC  FOR SALE. Used Audio/  Visual equipment. All in ex-  cellent condition. (2) Kodak  Ektagraphic III carousal slide  projector* with zoom, $350  each. Electronic Dissolve  Unrt/CasaetM player with re-  mole and apeaker$900. Elmo  2-projector*taVrd-$500. Can  be viewed at BCYCNA off ice.  Phone 669-9222, Vancouver.  Juicing - Vinegar Equipment:  Hoppers, elevators, shredders, presses, pasteurizer,  pumps, packaging machine,  lour Ireezers (8'X8'x36),  tanks, ctoti, boards, fruit bins,  motors, reduction gears, car-  lons, boxes. (604)743-5393.  OVER ONE MILLION dollars  ol emeralds from the bank-  nipt Esmeracol Company ol  Bogota Columbia to be liquidated 15 to 30 cents on the  doHar. Contact Johnson and  Johnson Receivers and Liquidators Ltd., 900 - 10665  Jasper Ave., Edmonton, AB  T5J3S9. Phone: (403)428-  8021 or Fax (403)488-6872.  Several Loaders 843 Bobcat,  410 Backhoe, 300 AMP Diesel Welder, Single and Tandem Dumps, 50 ton lowbed  Belly Dumps, Cats with six  way dozers. 493-6791.  HELPWAHTED  We need you to sell toys 8  gifts for C & M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Call  (519)258-7905 or fax  (519)258-0707 lor free info.  REPORTER with community  newspaper experience required by Merrill News, Circ.  5,200. Own vehicle. Apply  Mei-rtBtvxrws, Box 939, Merrrtt  VOK290byAia*->iet31,1992.  HELPWANTEO  A DREAM CAREER. Successful wholesale lirm with a  proven track record seek* 2  approved individuals to service retail established stores In  your area. Expect to earn a  minimum of $950 to $1500  weekly, training provided, no  direct sales, serious applicants only. Phone (416)398-  0924, (416)398-0919,  Immediate positions available  In Banff and Jasper with quai-  Sr resort properties. Subsl-  z*d single acaxmmodadon*  ar* available. Contact: Alton  Buttorivorth, CHARLTON RESORTS, P.O. Box 1418, Jasper, Alberta. TOE IEO. TELEPHONE: (403)852-5644  Saturday thru Wednesday  8:30 a.m. to 330 p.m.  INSURANCE-OKANAGAN  LIFESTYLE-Customer Service Representative needed.  Auto, Personal or Commercial Lines experience required. Excellent benefits! Administration Manager, Baron  Insurance, 311730th Avenue, Vernon, B.C. VTT 2C4.  FAX: 545-1338.  SALTSPRING ISLAND. Experienced Barber and Hairdresser full time/part time  Phone Don at: 537-9817 a  writ* P.O. Box 504, Ganges  B.C. VOSIEO.   MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT  Save thousands on deal*  mark-up. We'll cuslom buh  mobile homes to suit  needs. Doubles/slngl  modulars. Phone lor data  Noble Homes, Edmonto  (403)447-3414, 447-2333.  REALESTATE  you  glei  PROPERTIES TO BE SOU  lor unpaid taxes. Crown Lan  availability. For informato  on both write: Properliei  Depl. CN, Box 5380, Stn. I  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  THOMPSON RIVER El  TATES. Valley View lots. %  41 acre lots-5 8.10 acre tot  I only - 5 acre lot on *.  Thompson River 30 mln. we  ol Kamloops on the TCHJ  Call Collect (604)373-2288  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury c  Joel A. Wener trial law  24 years. Callcollect:(604)r.  5500. Contingency leea aw  .Me. Injured tnB.C.onrV.  Retail and Commercial Space -  Downtown Sechelt on Wharl St.,  800 sq. fl. lease. Aug. 31, $5007mo  ��� GST * $807mo lo deter taxes.  Call 885-9863.  et.  Dsvis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall,  available. Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752 or 885-9863. ��2w  Retail or Otlice Specs  For Lease  600-1300 sq fl. $300-$1100 Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons  Lome. 1-733-9883 or Mane 886-  7018. TFN  Warehouse/Oltice space Irom  1500 sqtl. up. Dene. 885-2772.  ss  1165 sqtl. retail. Sechell, three  private offices 1760, nel,  2000-10,000 square leet, exposure, will build to suit  New office space 800-2400 sq. tt.  Wilson Creek, $8.00 net  Relail space, new Plaza, 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.00 net.  Gram Realty  886-3330  TFN  Otlice space to rent in Sechelt 180  sq. fl. use ol lax machine t photocopier, second floor, $90 per  month. 885-3971.  Are you tired ot the rat race? We  have an ideal place lor peace and  quiet for a relief careetaker on an  island 1/2 hr trom Vancouver. 2  bdrm collage, moorage provided,  ideal tor an active pensioner or  hendyperson. Non-drinker. Reply  to Box 1273 Gibsons. BC VON  1V0. ��33cn  Cook required immediately  Nights. Wed-Sun. 2-10 pm. 683-  2269. ��33cn  Experienced floral designer part  time, position apply in person al All  Occassion Flowers and Plants,  Sunnycrest Mall.  18401  Moving company requires commissioned estimator tor Sunshine  Coast. 250-MOVE.     ��35w  Mondays to retail store. Must be  fit. Edna. 895-3611.   ��33cn  HILP WANTED  Musicians for �����*.  Thursday Night T*l  Entertainment Mm  $10 per hour ^���"^  Contact Terry at Ihe  Jolly Roger 685-7184  Assemble Sgh products Irom home  Eaay work, Excellent payl We  provide details, 24 hours. (604)  623-2380 Ext. ��A74.   Fine dining server, knowledge of  .finewine.886-2188.  ��33cn  Permanent/part true sales dark, 4  hrs. Monday, Thursday $ Saturday, 6 hrs. Friday. Position avail.  Sept. 1, apply in person (with  resume) at Goddard's, Trail Bay  Mall, Sechelt. #35W  Ptiarmasav* in Gibsons  part lime cashiers, 886-  7213. Ask tor Debbie.      I35cn  Carpenter's Helper ��� Minimum 2  years experience in new construction. Must have transportation. Call  886-9449,7 to 8 pmonly.��34W  Babysitter wanted lor 14 month old  210 3 days per week, Sandy Hook  ana, N/S - our home or yours.  665-4064. *34W  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  S.P.C.A. needs  volunteers to visit, bath,  walk animals and do  other tasks at their  Qlbsons location, 2-4  p.m.  Volunteers needed to be  trained as group leaders  lor arthritis sell-  managemenl support  groups, Sept. 25, 26 i  Z7,1992.  Recycling Depot In  Qlbsons needs help to  continue lis variety of  services. Two hour shifts  to help sort recyclables.  Save the Strait Marathon needs volunteers  lor many different  positions. Lots ol lun  and an opportunity to  meet new people.  Relief driver needed to  take visually Impaired  people from Gibsons to  Sechelt lor monthly  meetings.  For these and more  opportunities contact  the Volunteer and  Information Centre at  885-5881.  A service funded by the  Ministry ol .Social  Services.  CMd on Sediett area, must be  feafele, 6 month ok), stalling October. fJ884B60. ��34W  Fine drtng server with krowledge  of �����*���. 866-2186    #34CN  3!) Business &  & WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHING  OunMy vVui.iii.iiis/iii)  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9043  STOP SLIP/ FALL ACCIDENTS  SAF-T-GRIP Revolutionary product prevents slipping on tiles and  bathtubs. Wont alter appearance.  Guaranleed for life. Inexpensive  Iree demonstration. Call now! 886-  0920. H34W  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dralting, Iree estimates,  Relerences available. 866-3463  TFNs  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks.  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095  TFNs  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance, carports - Fencing ��� Sunoecks ��� Additions elc. Boat maintenance ���  Island service. For more mlo  please call 885-1961 or Pager  865-5111. <33cn  GOLDSMITH a RESTRINGER  For all your gold and silver repairs,  cuslom work a restnnging call  Jerry or Marg al 886-0992133cn  Tired ot Making your own lunch1  We can help1 Family bulk tools  and delicatessen is now open  weekdays at 7am. Packed lunches  our specialty. Try our breaklast.  5644 Cowrie St. Sechelt. 865-  7767. ��33cn  Gene's Contracting, new homes,  remodelling, additons. decks. 1 -  591 -8870 call alter 5 pm. Collect.  13401  Island cleaning service, weekly, biweekly, monthly, construction, residential, commercial, reliable professional house cleaning. Garden  Bay to Gibsons. 883-2295.l34cn  '    ��� Electrical  ��� Plumbing  [-,    ��� Carpentry   ^i  %    'Painting    ��>/  ��� Hem* Satfaaty Consultation  RES.-COM.-IND.  S.C.L.P.  886-8022  539 Cruice Lane, Gibsons  DRYWALL FINISHING  Fast, reliable, professional, complete druwall service. Large or  sma, jobs. Rob Hofler 886-3573.  I34w  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Frienrjy, relisble seivice.  FuHy insured. CornrnrcW 1 residential. Relerences available.  FRED 866-3526. TFN  Dirty wheels, bicycle maintenance,  quality work. Reasonable rates.  Guy 885-1956. ��35w  LAWN t GARDEN  Lawn mowing, weeding, hedge  trimming, pruning, spraying, general clean up. Call Jan BBMISO.  ���36w  Lawn mowing, rote-tilling, pressure  washing, yard cleanup. Reasonable rates. Phone 886-8571.135cn  PROFESSIONAL PAINTING Residenlial, Commercial, industrial, 12  yrs. experience, solid rels. Greg  883-9625. I34W  Lasl chance ��� student painters,  experienced ��� interior I exterior,  reasonable rates. 885-5846.��34W  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded 8 reliable. 884-5324 or  686-2328. TFN  GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK For  fast, efficient and thorough house-  cleaning wilh lots of experience.  Usha 886-2750.        ��36cn  STOP TELEPHONE TAG Leave a  verbal message for anyone or  receive one from anyone al any  time day or night with the use ol  compulerized voice mail. Use your  own telephone, no equipment to  purchase. Call 886-6953 ext. 8953  FAX 8868957. I33W  VISIONS PAINTING a REFINISH-  ING. SERVICES, INTERIOR,  EXTERIOR, COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, ROB. 885-8930.H33W  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping- Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototilling, odd  jobs. 885-3917. TFNs I  Rubber tired line loader $ operator !  looking for work. 25 yrs. expert-  ence. 886-43360.      ��35cn  Excellent finishing carpenter avail-'  able. 886-7412. I34w  Rubbish removal. Yardwork.- i  dependable, call Glen. 886-4840. !  ��35cn  Excellenl cook, 15 yrs. experience,,  will go lo camp. Salary negotiable.-  883-9961. ��35cn  Palming pro, 21 yesrs exp. com-  merclel and residential, Ires'  estimates. 886-3678 aft. 5pm.  tm  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basement cleanups. Norm  886-9503. ��34W  Complete Boocat Services     I  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls -Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-8538  TFN  Experienced carpenter, 15 years  experience, firm rates. Ftee estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 885-9576.l33cn  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107.  #3301  Atmosphere lighting, wall library  shelving, plumbing, electrical,  appliance repairs. Cost effective  renovations and improvements.  886-9866.  ���33cn  Responsible, reliable labourer  available lor all sorts of odd jobs,  reasonable rates. 686-3620.TFNS  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Deck* ��� FMehlng ���  Painting. Drywall "Wellrxaosr.  866^ Stefan Parry  40cn  Quality housekeeping, 10 years  prof. exp. Phone Maureen 886-  9035. ��33W       |  PROFESSIONAL EUROPEAN  \  CRAFTSMANSHIP  SINCE 1173  Expert residential rsmooelling and'  additions. Professional commercial;  rernodelling. Cuslom built homes, j  Innovative h ome deagn rd con-;  stnjction. Financing arrangements'  available.' Excellent relerences!  upon request ��� On time and within!  budget' Alt work guaranteed by!  fully insured crafismen. For com-:  pleie estimate, please call  REMO CONTRACTING Phone 1-1  244-7738 FAX 1-244-7736, Eves:  1-569-9595. I34W  Rubbish removal, yard cleanup, ���  light moves, odd jobs, fast and rati- '���  able. Greg 865-9694. I33W        I  Seaway Construction Ltd. framing !  homes, garages, additions, decks !  a docks, fencing. For msg. 886-'  0070. tSfJcn  Painting pro. 21 years, axp. ',  commercial ��� residential. Free :  awtaiTietes.elo-3671 after 5pm. ;  I33cn  Family Daycare - tull time or part ;  time available. Hourly or daily rale. I  Good refs. 8883001,  #35w  Experienced sitter, available ���  Redrooffs area. Ages two and up. ���'  Drop-ins welcomed. Phone 885-'.  2650. ��34w       ;  TV  tru. Coast News CUM  886-2622  885-3930  FUNSHINE DAYCARE Daily tun  age avpropnate activities lor your  2 1/2 ��� 5 year oao child ECE certified stalf be. Faokty. 886-3377  ���340*.  Cmlity care tor your child available at Langdale Daycare 886-  4*26 I35W  Childcare required tor 2 children  ages 789, 5 days per week. lues-  Sat.. 886-7268 or 886-9963.S33cn  Molly Mouse Daycare Spaces  avail. 18 months to school age  Fun-Mad. canng environment with  early t*ra*Jhood trained start 886-  39U as*  MtesYour&aridchildrsn?  Come $ Stay in our home with sn  adorable   1   1/2   yr   old   3  mornings/per week For Sept 1  Oct. Call 8958870    I34cn  37   Child Car  Jack and J* piescnoa has open-  mgs lor 3 A 4 year olds. To register call 886-2526       I34aa  38 Business  Opportunist"  Investors Wanled: 6 mos term,  good return. Reply Box 383. c/o  Coast News, Box 460. Gibsons  BC.VOnfVO. I35cn  Marketing business seeks a lew  good people tor expansion. FT or  PT, no expenence necessary 885-  4064 i34w  Seeking private lirst mortgage ot  275M on leased building proles-  jionaiiy appraised al 450M with  good lease interest rate negotiable Replies to PO Box 1038.  Sechell, BC VON 3A0 I33W  NOW OPEN!  Brenda's  CutsnCurls  Everyday Low Prices  For Senkmu  it Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling Iron  * Shampoo & Set  $12  ��� Cuts $10  EVENING a-XPPOIaNTMENTS  FOR THE WORKING  WOMAN OR MAN  NOTICE is hereby give that an  application will be made to the  Director ol Vital Statistics tor a  change ot name put to the provisions ol the 'Name Act* by me:  Linda Aakw ol Grantham's Landing in Bntish Cdinton to change  my name Irom Aaloe. Linda to  Bleackley. Lumda Maria. Dated  this 20th day oljiiy 1992 AD.  ���33cn  TENDERS are invited lor the  maintenance and repeir ol an  above grade.. 3 inch main, poiy-  ethetene waterworks system, wilh  chionnation plant, servicing a 76  lol developmem at Quarry Bay.  Nelson island (near Pender Harbour: The site is accessible by  water only Expressions ol interest  and requests lor an inlormation  package should be made to.  STRATA PLAN VR 1481. c/o 548  Temps Crescent. North Vancouver. V7N1E8. I32wj  Also Septic  Tank Pumpinq  Bonniebrook  Industries    J  886-7064  M��.lSIH.Of FOflESTS  INVITATION TO TENDER  942-642301  Sealed Tenders lor bridge  painting and maintenance x  the Appleton Creek Bridge II  Road 6423 Branch 01 wit be  received by the Ministry ol  Forests st 7077 Duncan  Street, Powell Rivet, British  Columbia vBAIWI.unM 3:30  p.m. on August 27,1992  All enquires should be  made lo Trent Meyer or Glen  Alien, Ministry ol Forests  Sunshine Coast Forest  Oislrid. Powell River Office,  phone 485 9631. lax 4854033  Contract particulars are  available Irom Ihe Districl  Manager, 7077 Duncan Street.  Powell River. British Columbia  VBA 1WI. Telephone 485-  9831 or Ihe Sechell Field  Ollice. 1975 Field Road,  Sechelt. British Columbia.  VON 3A0. Telephone No.  885-5174.  Tenders must be ccfflpkaled  on the form and submitted in  Ihe envelope supplied in  accordance wilh Ihe  Conditions ol Tender.  No Tender shall be  considered which contains any  qualifying clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender  will not necessarily be  accepted.  Site viewing Is the  responsibility of the tenderers.  Coast News, August 17, 1992  19  DOLPHIN  PHYSIOTHEaRAPY  CaLINIC  is pleased to announce that  Katie Angermeyer  M.Sc, M.CP.A., Chartered Physiotherapist  is now in full time practice  Appointments: 885-2969  5660 Dolphin St., Sechelt (across from iiir RCMP)  WE NEED YOUR HELP  Donations: Clothing, Food, Cash, Etc.  409 Thrifty*  fl*-*  aril  HELP THE  Donetlon*    666-2481 or Boa 898  At*, ton  SPCA NEWS  This wonderful tempered, fun  Alrdale terrier-cross is sharing kennel space with several  other dogs all wailing for  someone - a ftood, responsible  owner perhaps? - to come in  and see them at the Gibsons  Animal Hospital. If you are  looking for an excellent pet  companion, call the SPCA at  885-4771 today.  iii!f^iii!f;^iiiji;^^;Iliii^;��iii*??rH��iii  mm     NEW ARRIVALS _ .  Men's Rayon Shirts  " *"**" "���*��- - jrom Indonesia  AlSO,  Colourful  Women's  Jumpsuits,  ond Rayon Fonts  co-ordinated tops  FOR AROUND Tit WOULD SHOPPING  COWRIE ST., SECHELT  885*6460  MON-SAT. 10-5  SMlM  886-4805  Protect your children.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl i Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  \   Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  %      ALWEST  i^w^fS        HOME  SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572   VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  V**V*-*aV**��>  Mollvs Lane  Molly's Lane Market  will be closed for 1 day,  Tuesday, August 18  and will re-open  Wednesday, August 19...  WITH A NEW LOOK!  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  5 YEARS AGO  For those who attended the outdoor salmon barbecue at Rockwood Lodge last Friday, there was no shortage of fresh sockeye. The  barbecue was manned by local members of the Tools for Peace Committee and the Sunshine Coast Peace Committee.  The UFAWU donated Ihe fish and proceeds went toward the construction of a large commercial fishing vessel for Nicaragua.  Mayor Diane Strom expressed severe displeasure during the planning meeting of Gibsons Council last Tuesday at some of the comments being generated by Gibsons' proposed restructuring study.  "ll is unfortunate that some people have been using scare tactics  such as 'your taxes are going to triple' . We do not know if taxes are  going to increase or decrease," she said.  Strom's comments were in reaction lo a letter allegedly circulating  through Area F claiming the Town of Gibsons was planning a massive expansion.  10 YEARS AGO  In a letter to the Sunshine Coast Regional District by J.B. Duns,  BC Commercial District for Shell Canada Limited, Shell has indicated its willingness to relocate its bulk petroleum storage facilities now  located in Gibsons in 1983, provided lhat adequate docking facilities  can be arranged.  15 YEARS AGO  Tickets are selling briskly for the first ever Dogfish Derby, lo be  held in Gibsons on Salurday, August 20, 1977. The novel idea has  apparently caught the fancy of local people in this, its inaugural run.  25 YEARS AGO  Sunshine Coast RCMP are now operating under the new section  203 of the Motor Vehicle Act which involves voluntary breath test  when drinking-driving is suspected.  Police have received specific instructions on implementing this  law including the correct use of the voluntary breath lest when  requested by the driver to determine the driver's alcohol level.  35 YEARS AGO  Saturday's worst storm in memory lefl thousands of dollars damage in its wake when it rolled up Wesl Howe Sound starting fires and  crippling communications as it went.  Two houses within 100 yards of each other on Ihe waterfront in  the bay al Gibsons were struck by lightning.  The BC Electric Company's powerline between Cheekeye and  Powell River was knocked out for 15 minutes leaving the entire  peninsula without electricity.  45 YEARS AGO  Preliminary figures for June 1947 show 31 strikes and lockouts in  existence during the month involving 17,201 of workers with a time  loss of 166,370 man-days as compared wilh 43 strikes in May 1947  wilh 34,013 workers involved and a time loss of 365,424 man-days.  In June 1946, there were 36 strikes involving 70,600 workers, with a  time loss of 933,876 man-days.  -27  &  ^thoutQ.^  %  no .miin.il icNtiiiK.iittaiiiiii.il ingredients  BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY provides  affordable, high quality natural cosmetics  including complete skin caie programs,  make-up and shampoo & conditioner.  VARIETY KS, FOODS  down  IM   Rtl    (iibsons I .ni'lmi'  MEMBERSHIP IN  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY  Members of St. Mary's Hospital Society are persons  who contribute $2.00 in membership dues to the  Society in respect of the membership year which  extends from the commencement of the annual  general meeting in one year until the commencement  of the annual general meeting in the next year.  A member in good standing may renew membership in  the Society for the following membership year by  contributing dues to the Society prior to the annual  general meeting.  A new member, or a lapsed member rejoining, in order  to be eligible to vote at an annual general meeting of  the Society must join or rejoin the Society at least a  month before the annual general meeting.  Memberships fees will be accepted at the cashier's  desk at the hospital Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00  p.m. or prior to the annual general meeting of the  Society on September 30,1992.  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  ���p Twin Mffskta cabin  presents  12 DAYS  $1399.oo  f��w   A M T<rin tmkh MMn  ,*4>  $1499.oo  / |Vp T arln autr '  PhlfMLaKX  EjHWuaQT  DEPARTS OCT. 5TH  Tour Includes:  > 3 Nights aboard MS WESTERDAM       > All meals aboard ship  > 8 nights land accomodation > Dinner and show Medieval Times  > Palm Springs Gondola       > Breakfast each day Palms Springs  > Dinner at top of San Jacinto > B.B.Q. Chuckwagon dinner  > City tour San Francisco > One day pass to Disneyland  C.ill ELITE TRAVEL For Detailed Itinerary       886-2522 886-3381  Buy 2 pairs of  shoes and get the  2nd pair at  2nd pair to be of equal or lesser value.  This is a limited time offer.  Fall 92 Shoes have arrived - sot incwdfdin this sale  FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON CLEARANCE SHOES   WRONTRUNNERS  c.insom ����� I'MZ" /toon  Saturday lO.'i'm - Si)in Friday 10   9      OOO-tooU 20 Coast Nagws, August 17, 1992  ^MdaxOi  '''.''.'  U  AND WE STAND  BEHIND IT!  TOTAL PROTECTION POLICY  * LIFETIME WEAR WARRANTY  * 10 YEAR PERFORMANCE WARRANTY  * 15 DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE*  Mohawk cares more about its customers than any other  carpet mill. That's why, as part of Mohawk's total  commitment to customer satisfaction, Mohawk gives  you the simplest satisfaction guarantee in the industry:  The Mohawk "15 Day Satisfaction Guarantee." It states  - that if you are not completely satisfied with your new  Mohawk Top Performers carpet for any reason at all  during the first 15 days from date of installation,  Mohawk will replace the carpet with new Top  Performers carpet of equal value free of charge - no  questions asked, satisfaction guaranteed.  DeVRIES  ')--.mondAi-    MAKING HOMES RFAUTIRJI fOR ?". YPARS  SATURDAY 709 HWY. 101, GIHSONS ��� BHIw ��� .  Mohawk offers  today's best value  and quality carpet  for the busy and  not so busy areas  of your home.  Available in the  latest Colours]  and Styles  ctf  r*��u_2_


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