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Array Legislative Library  f'arliament Buildings  Victoria B.C. gg V8V 1X5  Atten Rod Cardin  93.9  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ran  HE  August 30,1993 Volume 47 Issue 35  ,    -   I Gibsons  I gathering  1 waterfront  I park ideas  by Derek McNaughton  Oceanfront property directly across from Gibsons' Holland Park has unofficially been a public  park since 1987.  Perhaps the jungle of prickly weeds and bus-  high grass gave it away.  The park downtown, the park with no name,  was bought by Gibsons for $250,000 five years  ago and the town recently formed a committee to  if,       decide how development of the park should pro-  jt,'        ceed.  Town council is about to hold public gatherings  to hear what the community wants from its park,  to hear what the park should be used for. But  i*,' council, said mayor Eric Small, does not yet want  to hear how the park should look, only what its use  will be.  "Obviously you can't use it for an Indy 500,"  said Small. For years nothing was done with the  park because the town simply didn't have the  money to draw plans for it, he said. "Without an  ability to fund it, we haven't made it a priority,"  Yet could the town still sell the land to a developer, now that the property is bought and paid for?  "1 have always said I will never say never to  anything," replied Small. "But my perception is  the public wouldn't sland for it."  The Gibsons Rotary Club approached the town  with plans to develop the land and to share some  responsibility for maintaining it, said club president Steve Sawyer.  Adopting park plans drawn up by a grade 12  student, the club presented them to the town.  "Their response was: strike a committee," he said.  "The town in their wisdom has decided to go very  cautiously, and they're going to do studies. I will  deny saying to you anything that would not sup-  Ife       port this wisdom."  ���"���"" "'"*'  Sawyer acknowledged that the town does not  now have money to develop a park downtown.  "It's taken 10 years just to pave School Road."  Small said park ideas will be solicited this fall.  Celebrity chef poses challenge  Perched high above tbcuampatitiuivSechelt Vohinteer Fire Department chief Bill Higgs makes his challenge to  other Coast celebrity chefs taking part In the Second Annual Storytelling Festival Celebrity Dessert Auction.  Higgs and his flreflghtlng crew have a closely guarded secret recipe which they say will result In something "sort  of like a cake." Three firefighters safeguard a portion of the recipe, which Higgs will then pull together for the  auction Friday Sent. 17,7:30 pm at Rockwood Centre. Joel Johnstone photo  14  ff  $  ff  4  19  Native skull unearthed in Garden Bay  by Jane Seyd  She was a young- to middle-  aged adult native woman, who  showed fashionable signs of status and beauty.  No one knows exactly how  long ago she lived or how she  died. It may have been before  Europeans landed on the Coast,  or it may have been after, perhaps during one of the smallpox  epidemics.  Last month - as first reported  in the Pender Harbour Spiel -  her skull was accidently  unearthed on property in Garden  Bay, as local backhoe operators  were digging a drain field.  The skull is regarded as  ancient - which, without carbon  dating, could mean anything  from 200 to 2,000 years old, said  Jim Pike of the provincial archeology department.  Lindsay Oliver, an archaeologist now examining the bones,  said the shape of the woman's  head was slightly altered, which  probably indicates it was bound  as a child in a Salish custom  which bestowed traditional signs  of beauty and high social rank.  Oliver said the discovery was an  isolated burial, with no artifacts  found nearby.  But because the bones had  been disturbed and scattered by  the backhoe, it was impossible  to say how the woman had been  buried.  Oliver, who examined another accidental discovery of bones  in Madeira Park in 1989, said  the skull will be X-rayed to look  for anomalies before a final  report goes back to the archeology department. Contrary to some  beliefs, unearthing of old bones  is actually very common in  coastal areas, said Oliver.  About 25 to 30 cases are  reported province-wide to the  archeology department each  year, with many others likely  going unreported.  With a larger sample of bones  to examine from an area, archaeologists can begin to make general statements about how people lived at different points in  their history. Upon finding the  skull, the Sechelt Indian Band  was contacted by archaeologists.  Once examination of the  skull is finished, the band will  decide with the government  what it wants done with it.  See related story page 3  Needful Things premiere blows into big smoke  by Derek McNaughton  Some have seen the devil; he  drives an old, black Mercedes.  Some in Gibsons already  know his name, some shook his  hand. Still others took coffee  wilh him.  And now he's back.  Why the film Needful Things  didn't premiere in Gibsons, this  sweet little town which happily  tolerated broken minors, movie  crews and midnight mayhem for  a few months, is a mistake as  serious as spending two hours in  front of this thing masquerading  as a decent horror flick.  Unless you call Gibsons  home.  Hey neat! There's Molly's,  there's downtown, the Shell  station, there's what's-his-name  who was picked as an extra, and  that's Gramma's Pub. And  there's Joel's truck! Cool. Too  bad the church isn't still here.  But the Devil, Leland Gaunt  (Max Von Sydow), already has  the town scoped out. He's just  looking for a little fun. Things  are pretty quiet in his big house,  much like the town of Castle  Rock, whose residents come to  buy that very special and needful  thing their lives so sorely lack -  an original, signed Mickey Mantle baseball card, a toy horse  racing track, an old school jacket, or a figurine even a grandmother would sell for 50 cents.  Of course, no one can pay  cash for their little material pleasures. No problem, Gaunt will  take the balance in favours. He's  so crafty. From here the plot is  launched, and the audience sees  its arc like the Challenger space  shuttle.  The favours, seemingly innocent enough at first, end in predictable gore, death and destruction. Apples thrown through  every window of a house, turkey  shit tossed onto bedsheets hanging on a line, pink parking tickets plastered all over a crooked  boat-dealer's home.  And then disturbed and delicate Nettie finds her only love in  the world, her Rottweiler,  skinned and hanging from the  ceiling of her home. Nettie  jumps as much as the audience  over that.  Everyone starts blaming  everyone else for all the miserable things that happen in their  lives. But there is no one to  blame but themselves.  turn to page 2  Stephen  King's latest  horror Dick,  filmed in  Gibsons last  year,  explodes on  to the big  screen.  file photo  Woodfibre  millfails  pollution  testingfor  third year  running  by Jane Seyd  Il's a dubious honour.  This month, Western Pulp's  Woodfibre pulp mill on Howe  Sound became the only company listed for three years straight  for failing the grade on a Ministry of Environment report card  of polluters.  The pollution report, issued  Aug. 19, lists companies foi  non-compliance with waste  management permits during the  period October 1992 to March  1993.  Woodfibre was cited on the  list for exceeding limits for particulates (mostly ash from burning of waste wood) being emitted from its power boiler, sometimes by as much as almost 50  per cent.  "The system they have is  quite old and doesn't meet the  standards we have now," said  Cory Legebokow of the environment ministry.  Legebokow said the main  concern with smoke pollution  from Woodfibre has been  reduced visibility.  Said Bob Ringrose, acting  mill manager: "We'd rather our  name not be on any list for  environmental concerns."  Previous plans to replace the  old power boiler - which dates  back to the 1960s - with a new  system which would produce  surplus power were dropped by  the mill after it failed to reach a  deal with BC Hydro. An  upgrade of the existing boiler  with an electrostatic precipitator  - which puts a charge on the ash  particles and traps them - is  expected to be in place by  December 1994 at a cost of $6.3  million.  So far, old mills have been  given extra time to meet permit  requirements, said Legebokow,  because "the economic climate  for the pulp mills hasn't been  favourable."  But that doesn't sit well with  local environmentalist Terry  Jacks, a long-time campaignei  against pulp mill pollution.  "These permits are laws,"  said Jacks. "You and I have to  obey laws. If you or I speed in  our cars we're stopped; we  can't go on for the next five  miles. The big boys get away  with it."  He also criticized the ministry for allowing different pollution standards for different  mills.  Both Woodfibre and  MacMillan Bloedel's Powell  River mills have permits which  allow the companies to discharge twice the smoke allowed  for other mills.  But newer mills aren't  exempt from the pollution problems either. Locally, Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper at Port  Mellon has also been exceeding  its permit for air emissions.  "It's been substantially  high," said Legebokow, who  added the problem has mainly  been due to high sail content in  the wood burned, from ocean  transportation in log booms.  The problem is difficult to  resolve, he said, because particles can usually be electrically  charged and trapped, but "you  can't put a charge on salt."  Jacks said he's concerned  about increasing air pollution  from pulp mills, especially now  that sludge from secondary  effluent treatment is being  burned, but added problems of  water pollution aren't over  either.  turn to page 2 news  Jacks disappointed  HSPP not charged  from page 1  In particular. Jacks said he's disappointed no environmental  charges have yel been laid against Howe Sound Pulp and Paper for  failing a toxicity test earlier this spring. In that incident, the mill was  shut down for several days while environment officials investigated.  But, "accidents don't happen if there's fines," said Jacks.  By the time pollution permits are enforced in BC, "they'll be over  in Russia building pulp and paper mills that don't have to conform to  any environmental regulations," he commented.  "That's not good enough," said Jacks. "Our environment can't  take it."  The Weekender.  Your  community  newspaper  VARIETY  New Item  ORGANIC BABY FOOD  Several Varieties  M, FOODS  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased to announce  expanded services to Madeira Park.  /\ppointments are now available at the  Gibsons Optometry Clinic and the  Madeira Park Optometry Clinic.  DR. GRi\NT WOOD  Optometrist  General Eye & vision Care  Mambar of tha  B.C. Association  of Optomafrists  School District # 46  CHORAUTIONS  School District * 46 Children's Choir is now  accepting new members for the 1993 ��� 94 season.  Interested students should be from grades 4-12,  should love to sing, and should be self-motivated.  This choir is going into its fourth year and has  attained a very high level of achievement. The choir  alms to perform a wide range of repertoire at the  highest level possible.  There is no fee for the choir, although students  need to purchase folders and pay a deposit on  music.  To arrange an interview please call Janice  Bruiuon at 885-7019.  Baited  bear  behind  baafs  Lured in the  wee hours of  the morning,  this beehive-  raiding Mack  bear  contemplates  captivity at the  Apple Tree  Fannin  Roberts Creek.  Conservation  officer Doug  Pierce released  the animal in  the Caren  Range.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Working kinks out of sewer transfer  From a practical standpoint,  it's been churning away under  the District of Sechelt's day-today operations since early in the  year.  But the paperwork has yet lo  catch up.  And in Ihe slow process to  transfer ownership of the  Sechelt sewer plant from the  regional district on paper, politicians prepared to hit another  hitch Thursday night when the  possibility of losing almost  $100,000 in sewer grant money  was raised just before regional  directors prepared to vote on the  issue.  After much discussion, and  explanations from regional dis  trict administrator Larry Jardine,  politicians assured themselves  the grant money will not disappear into the void, and that the  seeming glitch will be but a step  along the paper _^_^^^  chain - soon to  be corrected.  "We have  people in Victoria who see this  as much more      complex than it  is," said Jardine, Friday.  But in fact, the continuing  saga of the Sechelt sewer transfer has been anything but simple  to date.  Originally, both the sewage  collection system and treatment  "We want to get on  with W  -Art Whistler  plant, owned by Ihe regional  district, served both the old village of Sechelt and the Sechelt  Indian Band. A few years ago,  the collection system was trans-    feired lo the District of Sechelt  through an  order-in-council.  Politicians  hoped the same  thing could be  done with ownership of Ihe treatment plant this  year. But because of various  bureaucratic tangles over the  service area, and legal procedures under the Municipal Act,  it hasn't been that easy.  Add to that three different  debts attached to the sewer system - including an original debt  for building the treatment plant,  and Iwo new debts for expansion of the sewer lines and the  plant - and the financial picture  also gets confusing.  On Thursday, directors worried that wording of approval for  the plant expansion loan might  jeopardize grants still being  received to help pay off the debt  for the original construction.  But after discussion, politicians decided to put Iheir faith  in municipal staff knowledge  and proceed.  Said Sechelt director Art  Whistler, "We want to get on  with il."  Shedding light on nature's fuzzy herbivores  by Derek McNaughton  Like parachuters caught  between boughs, they hang from  the trees. But they are not army  and they are definitely not the  dreaded European Gypsy Moth.  Run for your lives, it's the  annual invasion of the fall web  worm, commonly referred to as  tent caterpillars, here to eat trees  and make the soles of shoes very  slippery.  Yet what should be done  about the hundred-or-so-legged  insects? Should the fleet of tents  be burned, drowned, given away  as gifts, or simply lefl alone for  migrating birds, spiders, snails,  slugs and snakes to dine on?  "That depends on how much  you value your trees," said Barb  Edwards, program officer for  Agriculture Canada. "They  occur naturally here, and they  can eat your trees, definitely."  People with the hairy insect  in their trees, can "pull them off,  burn them or you can ignore  them," said Edwards. Some people use chemicals. However,  there is an obvious danger in  burning them or ~~~~~~~~  using pesticide, she said. Ultimately, "you just have to learn  to live with them."  Edwards, a senior member of  AgCan's plant protection division, came to the Coast last year  with hundreds of triangular traps  for the European Gypsy moth as  part of an annual program to try  They can eat your  trees, definitely'  -Barb Edwards  to stop the foreign insect's  spread. In caterpillar stage, the  moth has a voracious appetite  and has defoliated huge forests  in Eastern Canada and the US.  Spray programs have been    undertaken elsewhere in BC  where adulls  have turned up  in AgCan traps.  Edwards said  ������������������   ____ (,as just fin.  ished checking the Coast traps.  "We found nothing in them . . .  so we're happy."  The traps are small, green  and orange triangular boxes,  swabbed with a slicky glue and  perfumed with the scent of a  female moth. In time, the male  moth is attracted to the fake  pheromone, and thus caught.  "It's quite a powerful olfac-  tive tool," said Edwards. Intensive trapping will continue for  three years and then ebb to "regular" checking after that, she  said.  Edwards estimates about  14,000 traps are set across BC  each year, and because of an  increase in international travel,  she says, the moth is becoming  more difficult to control -  despite a controversial spraying  program last year of tbe naturally occurring bacteria, Bacillus  thuringiensis, or Blk.  "We just don't know right  now how many areas, or what  we're going to find," added  Edwards. "You just have to wait  it out."  Jeannie'sMq %i�� 2mt  ^Special Savings Now In Effect  King decrees battle royale: good vs evil  72  Check List  Are the claws worn thin?  Are the side stones secure?  Is the centre stones secure?  Is the shank worn thin  from page 1  Gaunt casually lets people destroy each other,  all ignited by their weakness for greed. Or is that  materialism?  "What price did you pay for your needful  thing?"  By the lime Sheriff Pangbotn (Ed Harris) gets  wise to the Devil, much of the malicious anarchy  has already reigned over the always rainy town of  Castle Rock, even to the point where bolh church  ministers are possessed. So when the church  steeple comes down after a zap of lighting and  previous spectacular explosion, the religious are  beginning to ask who's in charge. And the atheists  are beginning to yawn over all the parallel religious finger wagging, all the good versus evil, the  choice between choosing right over wrong.  "You can't have one without the other. I let  them make up their own minds," says Gaunt.  And up goes the old house with enough fire and  dynamite to make lovers a mile away believe Unearth had moved. Poor Gibsons.  That in itself is almost worth the film, which  opened in Vancouver Friday.  Claw Retlpplng  Reg. Price $44 for 4 claws  Karat Gold  Chain Solder  Reg. Price $10  ��*(\ Ring Sizing    to  ���9-JV Made Smaller *��79  Reg. Price $12  Reg. Price $16-$20  $10-$14  Half .Shanks   By Estimate  $6  SUNNYCREST MALL  Gibsons  Jeannie's  Gffli&GeiM  886-2023  Dr. Ted Espley  is pleased to announce that  Dr. Jim Chung  will be continuing with the practice of  Family Dentistry at the  Gibsons Dental Centre  NEW PATIENTS WELCOME  8a.m. to5 p.m., Mon.-Thurs.  DDS     GIBSONS DFNTAL CLINIC Coast News, August 30, 1993  news  Pender bones no surprise: Gilbert Joe  by Jane Seyd  The discovery of ancient native  bones in Pender Harbour doesn't  surprise Sechelt elder Gilbert Joe.  Not when he considers the numbers  of early Sechell people and visitors  from neighbouring Salish tribes who  used to live there.  Before contact with Europeans,  four different Sechelt tribes lived on  up lo 50 different parcels of land  throughout their traditional territory,  says Joe.  One of those tribes - the  Xenichan, who lived at the head of  Jervis Inlet - came down lo spend  the winter months at Pender Harbour, where large potlaches were  held with other native bands to honour marriages, births, deaths and  name-giving. "Pender Harbour during lhat time of year was jam-  packed with people," said Joe.  Eventually, the large numbers of  native people who gathered for the  potlaches set off fear among early  white settlers, which led lo government banning the celebrations.  Joe says traditionally, Sechelt  people mummified or burned bodies  of their dead and used most of the  small islands within their territory as  graveyards, so the remains of their  ancestors would not be disturbed by  animals.  But during the epidemics of  smallpox, flu, and olher diseases  which swept coastal native populations from the late 1700s to early  1900s, "people were dying in such  numbers and the majority of our  people were so ill they didn't have  the energy or Ihe time to go through  the proper burial," he says.  In this century, Sechelt people  continued to live in Pender Harbour  up until the 1950s, he says. When  Joe was a boy, up to 50 or 60 people from several families would  sometimes be living on the Indian  Islands, near the entrance to Pender  Harbour. "I spent a lot of my summer months in Pender Harbour,"  says Joe.  The band now has several pieces  of land in Pender Harbour and "the  Sechelt people have resided on all  of them at one point." Incidents of  finding native bones on the Sunshine Coast have been quite common with increasing development,  says Joe. Usually people bring them  to the band office so that either traditional native or Christian rites can  be performed before re-burial.  As for the most recent find, "if  they prove it was an indigenous  aboriginal we'd like to have it here  so it can go through our own (spiritual) cleansing process," says Joe.  iaBar  Wednesdays & Thursdays  Lunch & Dinner  Tempura Tuesdays  6a\c\ cvCfap  Ot   i    p   f-m,     a    For reservations,  M h Cj A   deliverV'  iyi  l_ VJ f\     pickup,call  RESTAURANT SB6-4-2-4-1  C,  ~Z,  & Weltch...  For GRAND OPENING  Announcement!  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That work has been delayed, he said,  because those involved in the case - both  witnesses and staff- have been on holidays.  Wright added, at this point, "I can't say  when charges will be laid or even if they will  be laid." Before seeking an arrest, he said,  the Crown must ensure there is a substantial  likelihood of getting a conviction in court.  Tibb disappeared from Sechelt May 10  after visiting his wife in St Maiy's Hospital.  His body was recovered by local RCMP  May 26.  Police have been calling Tibb's death a  murder and say Ihey have a suspect in the  case. No further details have been released  pending the on-going investigation.  Little is known about the murdered man  despite his having lived with his wife in the  small community of Earl's Cove for many  years. Those who did know Tibb described  him as a quiet man who kept mainly to himself.  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That injunction was recently extended one  year until August 1994.  A weary clerk at the trial  division of Victoria Supreme  Court said it was difficult to say  the exact number of protesters  set to appear before the courts.  She said 300 people were  waiting to stand trial over the  next three months, "and there's  more coming in on a weekly  basis. We have no idea how long  it's going to take."  Nearly 500 people have been  arrested to date at the Clayoquot  Sound. If found guilty, first-time  protesters face a maximum sentence of a $500 fine and/or six  months in jail.  Meanwhile, criminal charges  brought against three-time  injunction offender Sheila Simpson have been reduced from a  six month prison-term to four  months. She is serving the term  at home via an electronic monitoring system.  Simpson also faces an additional $1,500 in fines, two year's  probation and 15 hours of community service.  Madeira Park resident  found guilty of assault  A Madeira Park man arrested last week on charges of possessing a  dangerous weapon was found guilty in Sechelt Provincial Court last  Tuesday on a separate charge of assault.  Jeffrey Stephen Hallberg, 40, was sentenced August 24 to 14 days  in jail and one year probation in connection with an assault committed earlier in the month on his common-law wife.  Hallberg is also facing five charges stemming from an August 18  incident when he allegedly threatened his common-law wife and  another individual with a loaded shotgun. He has pleaded guilty to  three of those charges including breach of undertaking, pointing a  firearm and impaired driving.  Hallberg has been remanded into custody pending the outcome of  a pre-sentence report. He is scheduled to reappear before Sechelt  Provincial court September 21.  ^tflAiCX -  NIGHT  wcm"h   ONLY  9 P.M.  DAVE  v'picr  WARD  & A/C  Comedy at  Its best!  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IAVIm Coast News, August 30,  1993  opinion  Rushing  headlong toward  Year 2000  It has been Ave years since the Sullivan Royal Commission put forward sweeping recommendations for educational reform in BC.  Some of the commission's ideas were incorporated into  the Year 2000 reforms, a program which followed quickly, some said too quickly, given that the changes represented the biggest shift in educational philosophy in ISO  years.  Nevertheless, the initial reception to the program was  enthusiastic across the system: teachers and school  boards leaping on to the progressive bandwagon while  bewildered parents looked on from the sidelines hoping  everything would be OK.  The hoopla inside the system had reached such a feverish pitch by the time municipal elections rolled around in  1990 that it would have been political suicide for a school  board candidate to venture into the path of the Year 2000  juggernaut.  The worries that trustees expressed at that time concerned the ministry's ability, or lack thereof, to deliver  the funds necessary to help teachers pull off such a radical change in approach. And that spawned further questions - such as whether the headlong rush into the future  would mean a system increasingly serving innovation  rather than students.  Three years later and the philosophy to abandon a curriculum-based teaching and academic achievement model  in favour of a system where students of varying abilities  collaborate is coming under much closer scrutiny by parents and becoming the target of criticism across the  board.  Some teachers and trustees are starting to openly  express their fears that all is not well in the province's  public schools, a view reflected in a reported increase in  enrolment at BC private schools.  It seems that the component parts of an educational  system that came of age geared to the pursuit of academic  excellence are now struggling to maintain equilibrium in  a world of new buzzwords and jargon about child-centered development.  There are challeging times ahead for BC schools, with  Year 2000 supporters pushing for more time to evaluate  the program's merits against a rising chorus of dissenters  starting to demand modifications.  With students returning to school next week, it's certainly time for parents to renew their interest in what is  going on in class, to ask questions and gather information  to make their own assessments of the changes that have  reshaped public education in BC in the past five years.  That way they will be able to file meaningful report  cards on the kind of learning that is taking place within  school walls, and whether it really is better equipping students to deal with the challenges they'll ultimately face  outside.  The people who are responsible for steering decisions,  of course, are the public trustees. There will be at least  one new face on the school board after November in District 46 as Trustee Maureen Clayton has announced she is  stepping down after 13 years service.  Never before, it seems, has there been such a need for  informed and critical citizens to wade into the educational flux that confronts us toward the Year 2000.  0-uiicBw.ieeoiw  RCMP leave boozing  driven in jam  The ongoing RCMP drinking/driving program receives  wide publicity and no doubt our  police are continually striving to  improve on it. But kindly consider this local story...  I have lived on the North  Road in Hopkins Landing for  over 20 years and we have long  accepted the weekly summer  ferry line-ups on North Road.  Last Sunday was no different. The traffic piled up the  highway and right around the  sharp hairpin bend. We know  from experience that any vehicle  in this size of line-up will be  stuck there for two ferry sailings, or two to four hours.  Again, as usual, the traffic  closed up bumper to bumper, all  the residents' driveways were  blocked off, and the drivers  broke out the beer. Normally,  we retire to our front patio and  let those people do their thing.  But this weekend we had an  emergency, and it took considerable time to coax and cajole  those tired drivers to move aside  and let us out. Only then did I  realize the extent of the drinking, and felt the appearance of  an officer may dampen things  down.  So we phoned our local  RCMP, after hours and on a  Sunday. Now, this is a waste of  time. So we called Vancouver  and again, frustration.  It must have been a bad day  for the telephonist on the mainland, for she took only part of  our complaint... and promptly  rung off. No calls returned ... no  officer... plenty of drinking.  Several points now. When  200 to 300 cars, Irucks, campers  and trailers are stalled on our  one major highway for two,  three and even four hours, surely this must be the largest traffic  jam, by far, on the Sunshine  Coasl.  With one lane completely  blocked, surely an officer should  be on hand to ensure the safe  passage of fire trucks and other  emergency vehicles, as well as  us poor, lonely residents.  The only effort to have any  control over this mass traffic  jam is by Coastal Roads. They  are fortunate to have a born  diplomat in Wee Jimmy Thorn,  who faces the verbal onslaught  of these drivers every weekend,  and somehow comes up smiling  at the end.  But in conversations with  both senior RCMP officers in  Sechelt and Gibsons, I am in no  doubt that neither gentlemen has  ever examined this huge, weekly  traffic jam.  Mr. Cam Reid advised us to  use a tow truck to remove any  vehicle blocking our driveway.  But as the traffic always closes  up bumper to bumper, I suppose  he expects us to tow lhe offending vehicle out SIDEWAYS?  Perhaps Mr. Reid would like  to withdraw that one. But my  main point remains... these  drivers are tired and drinking,  and when they finally slump  into a soft seat on our BC Ferry,  the 40-minute ride is just long  enough for the booze to hit  home, and then they roll off into  Horseshoe Bay.  In other words... the drinking driver booked on the Upper  Levels highway around midnight originated on the Sunshine  Coast; our police know of it, and  nothing is done.  To our local RCMP: Gentle-  men, the weekly traffic stalled  on North Road, usually on Sunday night, is being managed by  one man and a few teenage girls.  These young girls are doing the  work of the RCMP. Would you  gentlemen kindly assume these  responsibilities in the future?  Finally, with tongue in cheek  ... In the interests of modern  communications, next weekend  I think I will just settle me bum  letters wektooie  We welcome tetters to the editor on matters of public  Interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to:  TheEdltor  Sunshine Coast News  Box-ttO  Qlbsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  down into a nice easy chair, and  switch   on   our   telephone  recorder... just like the cops do.  GEORGE SKEA  Hopkins Landing  SPCA chose  tight option  Re: Your report on the SPCA  shelter Aug. 19.  I am one of the SPCA's  many volunteers. As always, it  is pleasant though not that frequent for volunteers to be given  a pat on the back, but this time it  is the shelter manager, Clint  Davy, who deserves the accolade.  At first it was just one cat  sneezing and Clint, anxious for  the health of the other cats,  straight away had it taken to the  veterinarian, Dr. Bennett (not  Dr. Bornstein as reported).  Despite the 'not serious' diagnosis, Clint was well aware that a  sneeze or two can soon spread a  virus to adjacent cats and kittens  and monitored the situation.  Euthanasia, though some-  limes necessary, is always a last  resort and is always hard on regular volunteers who cannot help  but become bonded to the resident felines.  So we were delighted when  Clint and the rest of the  euthanasia committee chose the  medication option for the majority of our furry friends. No need  to be upset anymore, president  Lenore Cheesman. Everything is  under control and we'll soon be  back in the cat and kitten adoption business.  BERNARD McGRATH  SPCA Volunteer  A cross-cultural conversation over a pint of heavy  For centuries, pubs at their best have been the  spawning ground of good conversation. That this is  a mystery to people who do not love pubs is no  surprise. Certainly over indulgence in that which  loosens the tongue and quickens tbe mind does  have shameful short-term effects and long term  over indulgence brings a slow death bereft of dignity.  But virtually all of the great names of literature  have known the charm of a pint and the good conversation it encourages.  It is also generally known that the islands which  comprise Great Britain are remarkably rich in fine  old inns with snugs and comers, the perfect setting  for the free-flow exchange on all lhe subjects of the  world.  Nor, at this writing, has the burden of taxation  fallen so heavily on innkeepers and providers of  hospitality in hospitable settings as lo place them  beyond the reach of the average man.  In terms of sheer civility and charm, English  pubs win hands down.  If it is challenging conversation that you are  after, as opposed to set-piece charm, you would be  hard pressed to beat a Scottish pub.  I found myself sequestered not too long ago  behind a pint of heavy - dark ale refened to as bitter in England. It is in truth neither heavy nor bitter. It is the pale lager, so-called in both countries,  musings  john burnside  which has the alcoholic kick to it. The light ale preferred by ladies in Canada is the fuel in Europe of  lager-louts, the hoodlum sports fans who have  given both Scotland and England a reputation for  mindless mayhem.  Sequestered I was, but not alone. With a genuine curiosity, a few Scotsmen present were anxious to know about Canada. They all had relatives  there; they had all beard that the country might  break up. What was the situation and what were  my views oo it, they wanted to know. I was doing  my best to reply.  An older gentleman had occupied a corner of  the snug quietly for much of the exchange. When I  paused to wet my whisde, be leaned forward, using  the ubiquitous greeting of Southern Scotland, and  spoke for the first time.  "Hey, Jimmy," he said, "there is something here  I cannae understand. Forgive the intrusion, but I've  been listenin' tae you young fellows for a while  now and I believe I have noted a wee discrepancy  in the ideas you are so eloquently expounding  there."  As the years crowd on I find myself increasingly well disposed to anyone who calls me 'young  fellow'. I welcomed his arrival in tbe conversation.  Of indeterminate but senior yean, he was a man  who had known hard physical labour as the size of  the hand which held his glass mutely testified. A  walking stick was propped between his knees.  Keen blue eyes twinkled under heavy eyebrows; a  prominent and noble nose professed him a man of  character, the eyes announced intelligence.  "What discrepancy is that," I asked him.  "Well, now, a while ago when the conversation  hadnae turned to Canada you were, were you not,  quite fiercely urging the renaissance of Scottish  nationalism.  But when I hear you on the subject of your  adopted country you seem to be urging against the  separatists in Quebec and in favour of a united federation. Is tbe sauce that's guid for the goose of nae  use to tbe gander?"  "Different cases require different prescriptions,"  said I.  "Like enough, like enough," he agreed equitably. "Maybe you would be guid enough to  explain just why the cases are sae different that the  physician is recommending prescriptions of a totally contrasting nature."  At that point the conversation was interrupted  by the boisterous arrival of two large young men  pushing an older man in a wheelchair into the pub.  Conversations all across the pub were stilled for a  moment by the exuberant good nature the three  brought with them. They made their way to the bar.  "Twa wee halfs and a pint each for us," said the  larger of the two. "Nothing for Jimmy, here. He's  driving."  "Haud yer tongue, ye daft big goat," said tbe  man in the wheelchair. "I'll be paying tae, as like  as no. If I'm paying I'll be in charge o' the order  tae."  The big man rolled his eyes skyward in mock  distress.  "Whit dae ye get for bangin a cripple?' he  enquired of the bartender.  The bartender was serving them three wee halfs  and a pint of heavy each. This was a roadshow  with which he was familiar.  Meanwhile my friend of the walking stick bad  finished his ale and was about to leave the pub.  "You never got your answer," I called to him.  He paused near the door. "I'll no forget the  question."  "What's your name, then," I asked.  "It's Jimmy," he said and left the pub.  C OAST 9 NEWS  Subeaiptlon teim he  m. CMHf rmtrn or the Wmntmmt  C-tud.: 1 y*ar ��� $35 -a *2.45 CST - $37.45  6 moailhi ��� $20 ��� $1.40 CST - $21.40  for-lt-: | year ��� $40 (No CST)  Ret*. No. 4702  Th* Sunshine Coasl Nam is put* bed on  the Sunshine Coa��, B.C. *vs*-y Monday by  Gletstont feme IH  Obrnm CM- ��� SIT Cnkt Um  Ban 460, Cibsons, B.C., VON IVO  |604| 006-2622, Fn 1604) M6-7725  SacMr OHees. tai Oxers, St  Box 60 Saehelt, BC, VON 3AO  (604) 065*3930, Editorial (604) 105*39110,  Fax (604) 005-3954  S.I.S  Uurngtr  Pan-**  fia-a-aatav--.l-.-a.   Oaadtar Q-udnon. Jaakaa Edmoaada,  Lonl Sliaa-a, Stnonaa CartyaaW-S-mth  OllK.Uen-ger   Anna, Tltomaan  Offltaa Staff  - Gibsons Sue Connor  Ector Ctvaartaas Haul  flepca-re-i      Stuart Bumaida, Darah Hantaan,  Jan* Seyd, Derek McNaughton  Photograph., Joel Johnettana  flradkMNan  Maraagaar       Cttiy Mack  ProductKr,     Bea-artey Shipley,  Andy Julset,  Annie MecTevrth.  Baiat-aHi SWa-aton  YomtxmmmmYl AWAID-WINHHC niai ya-ier  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part ol It by any means Is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  from Classtord Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News; August 30, 1993  Savouring bittersweet memories of Coast  The Come Home Cafe was  off limits. I could wander aimlessly, comfortably, to almost  anywhere but there.  The cook would have carved  me up and served me, still  warm, to her family cat who  would no doubt forever after  shun anything from a tin. You  see, I pushed my job too far  there one morning when I first  came to Gibsons as a summer  reporter. Without knowing it, I  overstepped the bounds on a  family's grief. Their grief.  I always wanted to apologize  to the cook. Yet I never did.  And then my editor, Charles,  who shook his head at my arrogance and who shouldered a few  verbal hits because of my work,  told me what it means to live in  a small town. The people who  walked into the office, asking  politely why something was  written as it was, ihey also told  me in very short words that televisions beep out, what writing in  a small town would be like.  Whole parts of me shuddered. Summer was getting hot.  Next came a jalapeno of a letter from the Interfor manager.  Charles shook his head reading  the note, mumbling something  about somebody quoting Bell  out of context.  Ouch. Not good for the new  guy. Should I go home now?  I think the over-worked fisheries guy here hates reporters. I  called him. I didn't know he  hated reporters. He hung-up.  Someone had quoted him out of  context before too. Journalism  202 this wasn't. Summer was  looking long.  Oh, and the RCMP. It would  be easier to get information from  dry leaves than any RCMP  detachment in BC. Coast RCMP  will leave reporters on hold for  456 hours, easy. To RCMP  reporters are like leperous  snakes. Reporters ask questions  which evoke a lot of: "ers, wells,  uhs, hmms and that's still under  investigations." Yes! That's it!  Still under investigation! RCMP  must be bom under investigation  and vow forever after to spend  their whole lives there. I even  used the emergency number.  "Hey fellas! It's the Coast  News guy!"  "Whoa, ha, ha, ha, hee, hee,  ho ho. Put him on the 456-hour  hold, Joe. Ho ho."  Very funny.  Sechelt councillor Michael  Shanks, a town politician with a  disgust for bureacracy who simply sees things a bit different  than others will probably vandalize my tombstone - that is, if  I go first. Though judging by the  amount of snow on his roof, I  would go as high as four-to-one  to say the cholesterol or the  ozone gets him before me, even  if I do use more salt than the  Sahara has sand. I suggest he  slay away from eggs.  So that brings us to Sechelt  council, whose members will  probably miss me like a bad,  itchy rash. They made decisions  which were always great for  "copy." The sewage fiasco, the  Stockwell affair, the Speakout  decision and all the politics  about Rockwood were, for me,  like little dandelions in a field of  plain grass.  A reporter's dream.  Mayor MacLarty, former  CBC mogul, will be sorely  missed. She is the kind of  woman any writer could spend  all day with, smoking 'gars,  that was then  derek mcnaughton  Tempura Tuesday,  & Sushi Bar  Wednesdays & Thursdays  Lunch & Dinner  ��*5AcSO\\T<\y^  O.   A   rm   _--,     _    For reservations,  M F (i A   de|iverV'  IVI   L \J  r\     pickup,call  RESTAURANT sm-4-2-4*i  III  belting Glenfiddich, cracking  lewd jokes and solving most  world problems in one afternoon. She's not always right, but  she is nevertheless as unique as  my non-toxic, Triceratops amazing Grow Beast. A Grow Beast  expands over 600 per cent in  water. Imagine Nancy MacLarty  600 per cent bigger. Jeesus, I'll  miss that.  Certainly all forest companies hate everyone from the  media. It was always depressing  to reach a once-happy receptionist, who would immediately  upon learning I was with a  newspaper say: "oh," the loft in  her voice now about as buoyant  as a train, "I'll have him call  you."  The Coast's district forest  manager, who, remarkably, still  returns my calls, must have been  bom with wooden skin. No blatter how many times I would slip  in the question I most eagerly  wanted to know, the one he was  most unprepared to give, he  would calmly tell me, without  ever swearing, the answer would  be public soon. As is the answer  to whether the universe is still  expanding.  To him, Terminal and Interfor: Preserve the Caren old  growth. Just think: you could all  be reincarnated as marbled murrelets.  Yet through all the gnarly  discussions, the tears I cried  while taking pictures of people's  grief, worry and arrest, my job  here at lhe Coast News was  especially sweet.  I could begin to unravel the  mysterious quirks of staffers  here, such as the strange nose  habits of Charles, who taught me  more about balance than any  professor and let me get away  wilh far too much, or the things  Bev does with crackers, or why  Jane's nose is always running,  why Darah sweats like an immigrant carpenter, why the brilliant  Smart wears a thick vest in summer, why Magic Joel is now  afraid of the dark, why Sue  whispers to me sometimes, why  Annie looks like she's 20, why  Queen Simone drives such a  wreck, why Cam hates unions,  why Roger is scared of Falcon  MC, why Cath is always dipping  her fingers in hot wax or why  Elizabeth, oh sweet Elizabeth, is  always showing strangers the  chewed food in her mouth. I  could tell you that.  And, of course, I could tell  you all about Andy, my hug-  gable Andy, even though he  hasn't told me a thing about  himself. I could tell you how  much I respect and hope for  him. And he would only laugh.  For Gibsons, my newspaper  friends and the Sunshine Coast, I  will never forget you.  Just in! 0  -[fXTRASl  ���ST1  Open Mon-Sat.  5729 Cowrie St.,  885-6460  Funky New Romantics  for Bach to School  SEASON  REST  SELECTION  IS  NOW!  vejust arrived! I  King Koncrete Ltd.  Clayoquot protesters  misrepresented  An open letter to  Murray Cantelon  My brother, please watch  your mouth. If you were talking  about any other group - black,  native, women - you would be  considered some kind of a racist,  full of anger and hate. You are  talking, sir, about some of the  younger members of my culture  and I would like to remind you  that Canada is a multi-cultural  nation.  Many of those cultures have  arisen from outside the country,  but some have arisen from within it. I am part of such a culture,  now three generations old, that  arose in the '60s. Don't stereotype us, Mr. Cantelon. Don't  think you can possibly know us  through the media.  We have had 30 years of very  precious, sacred and important  subcultural experiences that  have profoundly shaped us, and  many many wise teachers who  have guided us. Be vety careful  what you say about my people,  the wisdom of our elders, and  the clarity of our children.  Jew, black, peacenik or hippie, always discredited by frightened, misinformed or misinforming people, always made  into 'other'. To trivialize. To  avoid the real issues. To cover  up the 'facts of the matter.' By  calling us "urban, greedy, violent and ignorant", you stand  exposed, sir. You may pull up  your pants now.  And you have egg on your  face, too! Most of the people  who gol arrested at the mass  action were ordinary folk. You  could hardly spot the people you  are talking about.  Who are you, Murray Cantelon, so consistently and bla-  tently misrepresenting both the  real long term needs of rural  people, and the full position of  environmentalists? Why do you  sound like a company stooge?  Who pays you to accuse us of  being the main threat to your  job? Why do you cry so hard to  pit worker against worker, folk  against folk? You put us up as  the enemy, sir, but who is it that  is horrified by raw log export?  Who expresses the most concern  about "value added?" Who  points out the jobs lost through  mechanization? Who speaks  clearly about concentration of  wealth and the lack of small  community-based wood lots?  Who sees and abhors the poverty  that debt brings the worker?  Don't you understand that we  are all having to buy from the  same company store, that job or  welfare, we are all sucking at the  same teat, dependent for our living, imagine that - on the state:  big government and big business, walking claw in claw with  an owned and controlled big  media?  Don't you and your tribe see  that the forests have been taken  away from us? They used to be  our commons. Now they are a  resource base for giants. Multinationals have no right in the  bush.  The very fact that in order to  have a job, you and some of  your boys are having to go for  the last remnants of old growth  and risk clear-cutting in full  view of populated areas, is itself  a stark measure of so-called  industry sustainability, and the  direct result of destroying, with  unbridled speed V greed, part  of our planet's earth covering.  Anyone who thinks that Mac  Bio, et al, are doing it significantly different now have fallen  for the ad campaign, are living  in dreamland. There is a 12,000-  year-old skin of the planet total  clear-cut, ecosystem annihilation  and monster gobble happening  out there, and if that is die only  kind of logging you know how  to do, then yes, I'm soiry, you  are out of a job.  Too bad, sir, but you had to  wrong job. It can happen to the  best of us. At some point, we all  must assume some personal  responsibility for the nature of  our work. Pause for ethical considerations. You know Nuremberg and all.  Yes, all those people, all  those yellow ribbons, all those  taxpayers with decent paying  jobs: a measure of the depth and  breadth of fear, misdirected  anger, real misunderstanding.  The measure of company and  government miseducation. I say  green and yellow together. I say  people of the planet, unite. I say  strike for sustainability. And I  say that if ever you plan to act  for the environment now is the  time and Clayoquot is the place.  World focus. Let's come together. All hands on deck.  You see those funny little  creatures, Murray? Look really  weiid? Pretty hairy? Bright little  eyes? Smell kinda funny? Keep  late hours? They're called mammals, Murray. Mammals. A few  have rings in their noses. Some  beat heart rhythms on drums.  Some stand with their parents  and grandparents on the road at  dawn.  I challenge you to a public  debate, Murray Cantelon. Sometime between Sept. I to 4, how  about "Be it resolved: Multinationals are not wiping out  12,000-year-old ecosystems for  greed not need and really do  give a damn about jobs?"  PETER LIGHT  Sechelt  Driveways, Exposed Aggregate, Garage  Pads, Unislone, Sidewalks, Patios, Curb  �� Gutter Coloured Concrete, Pilings,  Quansets, Retaining Walls, Concrete  Removal, Bobcat & Truck Available.  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The many friends  Derek has made at  work and in the  community wish him  all the best in his future  endeavours!  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  An enthusiastic  crowd gave this  year's Roberts  Creek Daze  Parade  participants a  cheer, kicking  off a day of  festivities later  at CHIT Gilker  Park.  Joel Johnstone  photo'  WfcVaV  Gone Fishing  $40 per person 6 person maximum (no minimum)  ��� Weekly fishing trips  ��� Reservations in advance'  ��� Part-day, full-day, weekly  trips all available on request  roberls creek  Bruce McNevin  006-7693 Gibaona, B.C.  by Beverley Shipley  Creek Daze was a big hit  again this summer - even though  the rains came down at intervals.  And the hall's floors bounced  lo the fantastic blues sounds of  guitar great Sonny Rhodes.  It was another sellout, with  proceeds going to lhe hall committee to help with funding for  S^^    For tht finest in me dining ���V  DUONG GUIDE  Featured Pub of the Week  IRVINES LANDING PUB  Come in and enjoy a leisurely lunch  or dinner in our pub overlooking Joe  Bay. The food is excellent with a  variety of dishes to choose from.  There Is a different feature every  night with Prime Rib every Saturday  night at $12.95. Our Halibut and  Chips is another favorite, enjoyed by  many who visit us. We also have a  wine and beer store which is open  seven days a week for your  convenience.  Pub Houra: Open 7 days a week  Galley: 11 am ��� 10 pm  Situated In Pender Harbour. Call 883-1145. *���*11 am -11 pm  Mastercard, Visa accepted. Wine ft Beer Store: 7 days a week  Marina Dock: dawn to dusk  =  FAMIIY OININC,  Haid-A-Way Rtitaurint - 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-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  HIHtldt Family Raataurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Hours: Open Sun - Thurs,  11 am - 9 pm. Fri & Sal 11 am -10  pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Thi Whart ��� Open (or breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  BREAKFASTS LUNCH  Dl Dutch Puinokotk Houm - Breakfast or lunch all day from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends.  Across from the Sunnycrest Mall,  Hwy. 101 at Shaw Road (Cedars  Inn Complex), Gibsons VisA &  MC. 886-9090.  Brctaldy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon ��� closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm.  IrvlMt 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 (or two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard aV  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy'a Raataurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gihsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week*  Blua Haron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm,  885-3847.  Chat Phlllppt Raataurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  ��  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 days a  week.  CrMk Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in 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.  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Lunch  hours: 11:30 ��� 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  PtbMH ��� On Tho Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit I Gmn't Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge for orders  under $10. Hwy. 101. Gibsons. 886-  7813.  the hall's seplic woes.  The harvest  Even though it's been a very,  very wet summer, if you can call  il a summer, Creek gardens are  slill overflowing their bounties.  Tomatoes, if grown outside  have suffered severely, but carrots, beets, beans, garlic and definitely the no-fail zucchini,  along with squash, pumpkins  and cucumbers did alright.  It's time for canning, freezing  and pickling and it is really well  worth it. If you have lots of basil  or parsley, try making pesto and  then freezing it in ice cube size  blocks. It's an excellent way to  preserve this very healthy concentrate.  There's nothing like opening  a bag or jar of summer produce  on a dreary winter day. Blackberries are ripening quick, but  you have to pick them when  they are ready, or they'll just  turn to mold with the damp  nights. If you have everbearing  raspberries, there should be a  good crop if September days are  sunny. Happy gardening, Creekers.  Guitarist  Canadian guitarist 'extraordinaire' Don Ross, who hails from  Montreal, is coming to the  Creek hall on Friday, Sept. 3.  Ross, who performs a combination of jazz, folk and rock has  recorded two albums and has  also placed first at a US guitar  championship in 1988.  He will be appearing with  locals Dan and Caridwen; the  show starts at 8 pm but doors  will be open at 7:30; tickets are  $12 at the Creek General Store.  Schooldays  School is back in session  Sept. 7, so have fun students and  teachers and please people slow  down and watch for walkers,  bike riders and school buses.  Roberts Creek elementary is still  under construction, both the  grounds and Ihe building itself.  The facade of the new part  seems to be blending in really  well with the rest of the existing  building.  Expected completion dates  have been moved a couple of  limes already - the latest being  the new year some time.  Having no proper field lo  play on is going to be a problem  this semester, and hopefully students, teachers and parents will  all be patient with this temporary lack of grounds.  Child care society  Roberts Creek Child Care  Society's annual general meeting will be at 2406 Milliner  Road on Sept. 16 at 7:30 pm.  by George Cooper  How about recycling a $5  bill by taking out or renewing a  membership in SCRAPS, the  people that recycle your old  newspapers etc., for use in new  products and as well help keep  the tax supported dump from  being overloaded.  Volunteer help is needed,  flBCIBP  ��� Ballet ��� National ��� Jazz  R.A.D. + I.S.T.D. Syllabi  ��� Preschool to adult classes  ��� Examinations available  (primary to advanced)  Mrs. Penny Lea Hudson  A.R.A.D., A.I.S.T.D.  Please call 886-9449  for registration  All classes In Gibsons  commencing Sept. 13/93  Notice of Annual Meeting  st. mary's hospital society  To members of St. Mary's Hospital Society:  Take notice that the Annual General Meeting of the  members of the St. Mary's Hospital Society will be  held in the new Senior Citizens' Hall, 5602 Trail  Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  Wednesday, the 22nd day ol September, 1993  at the hour of 7:30 p.m.  Dated in the District of Sechelt, in the Province of  British Columbia this 20th day of August, 1993.  By order of the  .Board of Trustees  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  also. Check with your nearest  recycling depot - SCRAPS in  Gibsons and Sechelt, and  GRIPS in Pender Harbour.  SCRAPS can supply you  with egg cartons, wine jugs, free  magazines when you are looking for those articles. Old greeting cards can be dropped off for  use by craftspeople.  The SCRAPS leaflet lists the  items you can bring lo the depot  for recycling.  With some details added to  specifically guide you to what to  bring and what not lo bring to  the depots.  Newspapers and anything  that comes with them. Cardboard that is unwaxed, untreated; tin cans; aluminum; some  plastic containers, but check this  one. Glass, clear and brown  only; some other kinds of paper,  check with the depot at 886-  8870 or call in.  Your beer and pop cans will  help the depot pay some of ils  bills.  Yes, the depots have bills.  Get a copy of their explanatory  leaflet for all the details.  Guffaws  The outstanding pun of the  year came in the mail to everyone from that brash real estate  salesman.  Out standing in his field,  indeed, but excellent.  That beleaguered lady in  Sechelt, her peace and quiet  infringed upon, trying to repay  her tormentors with sweet music  from her loudspeakers until  some boors uprooted them. I  had a noisy neighbour myself  once who galloped about his  pool at 3 am with both his stereo  and his mouth blasting.  Never did get my speakers  in place for a 7 am blast to repay  him. My sympathy and thanks  for the wry humour.  When I remonstrated with a  fellow when his small dog  barked endlessly at me, he said,  "Don't think you're specially  privileged, the dog barks at  everybody."  Didn't think of a retort to  make until the next day and it  can't be printed here.  Unlisted numbers  Recycled toilet paper? Don't  be aghast. It's made of old telephone books. By the way, take  your last year's telephone books  to the recycling depot nearest  you.  There should be some  humour forthcoming with fall  elections, both federal and  municipal.  _m_ Coasl News, August 30, 1993  tUnls bty news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3(29  The Charlie Brookman Fishing Derby  was, as usual, a popular choice for some 30  kids who turned out to try their hand at landing a fish on the dock in Davis Bay.  Although the wind gusted and the tide was  low, their enthusiasm and eagerness was evident to all.  Pie eating  The pie eating contest, always a great  favourite with participant and spectator  alike, attracted a goodly number.  The winners of that episode were; John  Allen, Richard Allen, Tara Wigard and Matt  Fraser.  As is so often the case on derby day, the  fish were scarce, but the intrepid fishermen  persisted and the first prize went to John  Allen for the biggest fish. Andrew Trigg  won for the biggest flounder, Jennifer Krogh  for the largest shiner, Melanie and Kimberly  Perreault of Kamloops for the most shiners  and Emma Trigg for the largest starfish. All  in all, a wonderful day for the kids as well as  the parents.  Audlobooks  A wonderful program is currently underway on the Sunshine Coast that perhaps  many of you are not aware of.  It is the Audiobook Service which is  under the umbrella of Community Services,  and provides books on cassette tapes to be  enjoyed by anyone who is qualified.  People who have visual or physical disabilities of sufficient severity to prevent  reading of conventional inkprint materials  are eligible and may take advantage of this  terrific program.  For example, if you have an aged parent  who has difficulty holding a book, a child  who has a reading disability or a neighbour  whoee eyesight is failing, Audiobooks may  be the answer.  The material is mailed lo the recipient,  postage-free and includes such categories as:  adventure, romance, crime, western, sci-fi  and special stories for juveniles.  Authors such as Agatha Christie, L.M.  Montgomery, Kurt Vonnegut, Grey Owl,  Nevil Shute and many more are among the  choices. If you are interested call Bill at 885-  74590 or 885-5881.  This coming weekend, Labour Day is the  last holiday weekend of ihe summer, so  make the most of it.  Already people are talking about getting  ready for winter.  Open Mon-Sat. 10-SPM  5719 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-6460  . rXTRASl  Y:���fr I** IMPORT* j  Waiting  for the  big one...  Lauren Hazledine  patiently plays  her hook In the  water as Roma  Carroll and  daughter Heather  await the next big  catch at this  year's Charlie  Brookman  Fishing Derby at  Davis Bay.  Joel Johnstone photo  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl i Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring 'Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 8854572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Lordjim's   J|b  Resort "wsaserir  Ole's Cove Rd,, just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS ��� SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  gg** Jo McDonald 7-2pm & 6-10pm  Reservations Requested 885-7058  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  I hope the weather these days  before the Labour Day weekend  is sunny and warm. These are  the last days of summer before  schools, colleges and universities resume classes.  The ferry will be busy as  many people try to squeeze  every ounce of pleasure out of  the weekend coming that says  goodbye to summer. The days  are indeed shortening up but  there are still those wonderful  crisp fall days to come.  The first day of school is  Sept. 7. Welcome back students  and teachers and a special welcome to all Ihe little ones who  are just beginning the great  adventure. Watch out for excited  children bolting out into the  street around Ihe schools now,  rules for pedestrians are easily  forgotten when you're five or  six years old.  While all the kids can look  forward to school resuming on  the 7th, adults too have reason  for excitement. The Red Cross  Blood Donor Clinic will be open  from 3 to 8 pm. The clinic is in  new quarters where there will be  more space for an efficient operation at the seniors hall on Trail  Avenue.  Writers' Forge  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  is resuming its monthly meetings with a potluck orientation  dinner on Sepl. 8 at 6:30 pm at  Rockwood Centre. Members  will be contacted regarding contributions.  Library news  The Friends of the Library  Society which formed last year  is welcoming new members. It  is made up of persons in the  community who like to read and  like to know that reading material of all kinds is available to  anyone who needs information  or wants to read for pleasure.  They are planning a fundraiser for Sept. 11 and really need  your help. They have the Indian  Band hall at their disposal and  plan to hold a library fair. The  artists of our community have  responded generously, volunteering their time and talent for  a T-shirt painting event.  A silent auction will follow,  so you can bid on these great  shirts or on some other items  that may take your fancy. There  will be several booths with various items but help is really  needed. Call Robin at 885-4505  if you have any questions and  can help out.  The next day, Sept. 12, the  Friends of the Library are sponsoring the first annual Helen  Dawe lecture at St. Hilda's hall  at 2 pm. The inaugural speaker  will be Howard White, local  publisher, writer and recent winner of the national Stephen Lea-  cock literary award for humour.  Tickets are available at  Talewind Books.  Choristers  If you enjoy singing consider  joining the Sunshine Choristers  who are beginning fall rehearsals on August 30 at 7 pm at  St Hilda's hall.  Call 885-2958 or 885-2806 if  you have any questions. The  group welcomes new members.  Th Coast  Academy of (Dance  & fine Arts  Pre-School to Adult Classes  Royal Academy of Dancing ��� Ballet  Modem Theatre Dance ��� Jazz  Character/National Creative  Beginner Tai Chi for Adults  Fall Registration  September 11-3-6 p.m.  885-2263  Studio: 5645 Wharf Ave.  (2nd floor)-Sechelt  Learning skills to cope with arthritis  It's painful, debilitating and  affects one in seven Canadians,  Arthritis, an umbrella name  for more than 100 different conditions that can cause aching  and pain in the joints, is Canada's most common chronic disease, affecting at least 400,000  people in BC.  September is arthritis month  in Canada, and of all the prescriptions for treating the disability, an informed patient is  one of the most important,  arthritis sufferers say.  Doreen Boal, who moved to  the Coast to retire, said there  were no self-help programs  available when she came here.  "So I got a self-help group  going... I look upon it as my  retirement volunteer project,"  Ihe Gibsons resident said.  The group has sponsored  several arthritis self-management training programs on the  Coast and is preparing for a new  round of fall courses. "All of us  teaching do have arthritis," Boal  said.  "People relate belter to those  who are sufferers too."  In addition, Boal noted most  of the leachers have themselves  come through Ihe training program. "They've already learnt  the things they should be  doing."  Participants attend two-hour  sessions for six weeks for a  nominal charge and take away a  manual, The Arthritis Helpbook.  Thousands of people with  arthritis in BC and their families  have gained new skills to cope  with the disease using self-management techniques - for fitness,  pain management, problem  solving, medication and nutrition.  "It's about learning to take  some control yourself," said  Boal.  In addition to the arthritis  self-management training program, which will be offered in  Gibsons and Sechelt beginning  in October, self-help groups  meet on a regular basis in both  towns.  For additional information,  call 886. 9461 or 886-8124 in  Gibsons, or 885-2677 in  Sechelt.  IEE ��� FREE- FREE - FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE  ��***\   DIRECT DISPOSAL  <*W* provide* Mill ��ervlce te  ���A" non-profit community event*  SERVING  THE   SUNSHINE   COAST   -    PHONE   NORM   885-4246  BCTEL  in cooperation with  Scraps, Clayton's ft Grips  would like to remind you to  '"mmm"mmmm  I 19��f Telephone  l      Directories  at the following 3 locations:  1) Gibsons Recycling Depot  (behind Sunnycrest Mall)  2) Sechelt Recycling Depot  (at Trail Bay Mall)  3) Pender Harbour Recycling Depot  (on Hwy. 101 near Menacher  Road, Klelndale)  The depots also accept other  recyclables.. .ask for a list when  you drop by!  Enquiries: 886-8870  W&t Corporation of $t  Bfetritt of ��>u\)t\t  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avonue. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 665-1966 Fan: (604)685*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice to all  Now Businesses  Please be advised that you must have a  license to carry on your business anywhere  within the District of Sechelt. This law also  applies to those carrying on "Home  Occupations".  If you do not have a business license for  1993 and apply now, the lee will be prorated for the remainder ol the year. For  further Information contact Sue Spurgeon,  Bylaw Enforcement Officer at 885-1986.  Houseboats and/or  Floating Homes  Prohibited  Please take note that a provision of District  of Sechelt Zoning Bylaw 25 prohibits the  "placement or occupation of houseboats or  floating homes on tidal or non-tidal waters'"  anywhere within the boundaries of the  Municipality. For further information contact  Sue Spurgeon, Bylaw Enforcement Officer  8(885-1966.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayors Hotline  885*5360  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There is no foe for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be  made to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING  PERMITS ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE  PRESENT TIME DUE TO THE  CURRENT HOT WEATHER  CONDITIONS. Coast News, August 30, 1993  community  by Joyce Ostry  The giant craft fair and tea  will be on Sept. 11 at 10 am.  Table rentals are $10 and it's  fret; admission. Phone 885-3584  for lable reservations and information.  A Commons Committee says  that abuse of the elderly is a rising problem needing urgent  attention. Abuse of the elderly is  a growing but largely unknown  problem that needs urgent attention from government and people who deal with older Canadians, a Commons Committee  says. "Canadians of all ages are  reluctant to admit thai older  adults could be suffering at the  hands of family members or  other people they should be able  lo trust," stales a recent report.  Noting that accurate figures  on the extent of Ihe problem are  unavailable - estimates range  from 120,000 lo more than a  million abused seniors - the  committee says a federal survey  is needed to identify what steps  should be taken to control abuse.  The problem of elder abuse  was addressed at a conference  held in Vancouver. One of the  workshops focused on how eight  BC communities are dealing  with elder abuse.  In Ottawa the committee said  it's important to define what is  meant by elder abuse, but its  report looked at older Canadians  victimized by finiincial exploitation, psychological abuse,  neglect and physical violence,  mostly from spouses or children.  "Financial abuse is probably  most common," said Progressive  Conservative MP Edna Anderson, committee chair. This  includes grown children who  misuse their parents' money and  possessions, or distribute the  assets of a will before death,  leaving the parent entirely at the  financial mercy of others.  In this regard, the committee  says bankers and lawyers should  be urged to assume more  responsibility for advising older  clients about the risks of conferring power of attorney to family  members or misled friends.  Other professionals, including doctors, nurses, police officials and social workers, should  also be encouraged to develop  Iheir ability to detect and intervene in cases of elder abuse.  To sum up some facts older  Canadians and the abuse they  can face:  halfmoon happenings  Former long time Selma Park resident Elsie Messent celebrates  her 100th birthday September 11. The North Vancouver resident  is pictured with her one-year-old great granddaughter Jane  Berry, photo submitted  ��� Grey power: in 1991, 11.6  percent of Canadians 65 or  older. By 2,031, 22 percent of  Canadians are expected to be  over 65.  ��� More than skin deep: elder  abuse isn't just physical. Often,  il is financial - relatives taking  pension cheques - or mental.  ��� Identifying the victims:  Health and Welfare Canada esti  males that more than 315,000  people over 65 are abused evety  year. Many experts believe the  problem is much larger because  the abuse is often concealed.  ��� What the committee says: It  recommends a large scale federal study to determine just how  big the problem is and an education program to teach people  that elder abuse is a crime.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Last Monday, Bob Forrester,  my good husband, had what he  described as a "magnificent  encounter." While out fishing  in his small aluminum boat at  Merry Island, about 15 killer  whales came crashing through  the water between him and  some other boats, so closely  that the sound of their blowing  was loud and clear while they  cavorted between the boats  before heading north to Welcome Pass.  Despite the fact that the  water was quite rough at this  time, several of the boats followed them through the pass  amid much excitement, many  cameras and binoculars appearing, shouts of joy from all who  witnessed this marvellous sight  How veiy lucky we are in this  part of the world to be able to  see these magnificent creatures  in their natural environment.  They are vastly different from  the whales in captivity in that  they have dorsal fins which are  straight up, while the poor  things in confined aquariums  have drooping bent fins.  Watch for that next time you  by Pat Thibodeau, 883-2028  Since this is the last week of the Fun  Program, we will be finishing off our  many projects and spending as much time  as possible at the lake before school  starts, weather peimitting.  The highlight of the previous week  was a guided tour of Lafarge Concrete  Ltd., Earle Creek Division. Our group of  11 was taken in two groups over the  entire Lafarge operation, one group led  by Jack Sutherland, superintendent, and  the other by Len Reagh.  We watched the crusher breaking up  huge boulders, saw the conveyor system  moving various sizes of gravel after  being sorted through the screens, watched  the scow being loaded, climbed aboard  enormous cats, where Ernie Rietze  showed us the controls of the 988N and  Tony Nestman the D9N.  Following this grand tour, we were  given souvenirs of Lafarge (including the  hard hats we wore on our tour) by Donna  Laurie and then taken on a boat tour of  the Skookumchuck Rapids and a look at  Egmont from the water by Ted Lee.  Thank you all for a wonderful trip from  all of us at the Fun Program.  Also thank you to Linda Gable and  Ching Chang for the starter aloe vera  plants which we have potted. There are  still a few left to take home, as well as a  few douglas firs which we started from  seed.  There is still time to purchase raffle  tickets which are helping to fund our program. The draw will be held Sept. 6.  Egmont glimpses  (as seen through Frank Nichol's eye  and verified by the fun program crew  Wally and Shad at the float defying Newton's Law of universal gravitation.) How  does it stay put?  see pictures of the whales doing  their tricks for the paying public.  Bridge time  The Welcome Beach Community Association has planned  for bridge afternoon to start at  the hall in the very near future.  The first session will be on Friday, Sept. 17 at 1 pm and will  continue on the first and third  Fridays of each month. This is  always a popular activity which  draws the same people each  year, but there is always room  for new people to come along  for an afternoon of good cards,  refreshments and the opportunity to get together with friends  and neighbours.  If you are new to the area,  don't hesitate to come along  even if you don't yet know anyone.  It won't take long for you to  feel that you are part of the  community.  From the past  Here is another little snippet  gleaned from 1973 Halfmoon  Bay columns.  This one says that when  Mary Tinkley, now Shannon,  went to England she later  described her visit to the Wig  and Pen Club in the Strand,  London, which was built on  Roman ruins in 1625 and is the  only Strand building to have  survived the great fire of London.  Copies of her article reached  Dick Brennan, owner of the  club and as a result, she had  been presented with a life membership.  It just shows how much our  local newspaper gets around to  places far and wide.  Publlaha-l iaa Gibaaas-aa. B, C.  Voluana*  10  Naaaaabaa  U  Auffaaaa 90 llll  Wat ��oast K^uis  Socreds issue statement on registration cutoff  Thr following stata-ment  waa made by Cliff Oviait,  president of the local Social  Credit Lt'iiguc.  The registration gut off  here haa caust-d a lot uf  protest* A big share of it of  course is just talk which  no doub will be' usi-d as  political fodder for those  who have nothing better to  offer, However in some  casrs people did have a legitimate project and for this  reason I would like to make  the following clear.  I gave my time an! effort  free that people here would  have an oppor, unity to register. Mr J V. Gaapard of  Powell River, registrar of  voters was solely r��*spon*  dibit- for arrangements and  cut-off here. He is ,��� full  time government agent appointed to the Powell River  station about five vear*  agn under the Coal ii ion  government, and m\ such .1  quick election was an event-  uali'y that he should have  been prepared for. He said  he had word from headqusr*  Car pushed  off wharf  Jack Marron of Gibsons  and Ruben Feldstein of Gibsons narrowly escaped injury when Jack Marron's  tar was pushed into Howe  Bound from Gihsons wharf  just after midnigh' Saturday.  Jack was loading perish  able express from the bus  office with Ruhen when a  run-.iway tow truck uf Bus  ter's Towing from Vancouver .struck '.he car and pushed it into the water. The  tow-truek was prefentrd  from plunging after it by  !'������ cable attuched to the  towed dump truck. Accord  ing to Jack Marron, i* teet  ered itn th, bumper timber  when it stopped  The  to��ing  truck,    with  I's tow- waa parked on w.e  i, ready  for the    first  ng ferrv,    Whsfl    lhe  *"iled.  ���"t-awttirr ���***>nt out  ters to spare no expense in  getting the registration before the people.  Our regin'ration cards  from here spent Tuesday all  day and night in the Powell River bus terminal, and  Mr Gaapard admitted another day of registration  would have been -possible  down here.  It should be pointed out  that those who vo ed laat  provincial election will be  ���till on the list a! that polling station.  to Powell River on Aug. 21  It  is also generally over  looked thsf. the government  haa maintained full time registration service at varioua  points throughout tha province.  Cliff Oviatt, Gibaona.  President,    Social     Credit  I-eague.  , Mr Ja*-k Mayne of Sechelt  reports: Regarding registration of vot��rs which waa  held recently I qua* from  a letter received from the,  Regiitrar of Voters at Powell River. BC.  The Voeri List will  elose on August 21 and alt  applications for registration  must   be in my   hands   by  that dafe    otherwise they  will not be entered on the  voters list'  The cards had to be sent  bul I kept my office open  until midnight to try -and  g<f everyone possible on the  list. There were 310 voters  registered.  The Polling station for  Sechelt will be the Legion  hall on election day Sept.  19. J. Mayne will be deputy  returning officer.  Political forces  gather strength  Thi' political scene* along  th,- Sunshine Coast is liven  ing up and three political  par ies, the CCF. Socred*  ad Liberals have held meetings in Gibsns.  George Hopkins, submitted by a Gibsons Social  Credit delega/ion as candidate for nomination at the  Soetal Credit coference in  Powell River, did noi win  the nomination as .Mr Robert J. Muir of Powell River  won by a majority vote.  Socred delegates from  Gibsons and the Peninsula  had been informed that the  vo> s was to have been Uken  from delegates only, snd  were supnsed when voting  was open to the public.       *  However, George states,  hf believes Mr Muir is Im- ���  'er 'luahfied than he for the  work and has pledged to  support him.  Jules Maiml was aelert-  "'��� by the Mackeniie riding  Liberal association meeting  in Glbioni Saturday nigh'  when a delegation ineluding  association   officers    from  Powell River attended a  nominations merfing in the  Parish hall  At thia meeting Bait  -Mclntyre of PowiJ- River  ou line I     ���   U ���        aib#r-  hydro sites ae public domain, an improved method  of handling forest manage-'  men., equity for agriculture  with industry, fair dealings  for labour and low cost  housing for those unable to  afford present cos s. Natural gas should be under  public control, he said.  Mr Bennett's rebate of  $28 on assessments he regarded as a bribe for voters  and an insult to the intelligence of the vo'era. He alao  urged public auto insurance.  Owing to the lack of  space reports on political  meetings are curt-ailed for  this issue but each candidate will have a chance to  state his reasons for being  elec ed in later issues.  Top winner  local woman  Mre Jean Wyngaert of  Gibsons was a big winner  a' the PNE, being given  the Horn*. Maker's Award  for her display of needlework, preserving snd   hak-  Cpl Evelyn Wenxel ot Oyer., Aha, and Pt. Joan Wealh-  ���rall of Ottawa have their  hands full aa they slan their  day of duty at Uie military  hospital at Churchill. Han.  They are nursing assistants of  the Roysl Canadian Army  Medical Corps and their hospital services an area citend-  ing from Resolute Bay to  Thule- Greenland. The mining  ������titan* at tfw hospital have  become enthusiastic northerners after a few months  there, and their affection lor  the Indian and Eskimo babies  It boundless  ing  i at the  -   the  Big whales  along coast  A school of about SO  black killer whales disported themselves along the  Sunshine Gpa* recently.  Reports came from Halfmoon Bay area where ffs'  *rmen scatter ���. ��   ir ������ ���  Committee  makes report  The meeting of the Roberta  Creek Recreation Park Com*  mi:tee on A-igust 14 waa an  open meeting so that the pubic might hear a report of  what had been accomplished  by this committee since its  formation.  Mr George Mortimer, .  president, was in the chair.  He gave i concise outline of  the progress that had so far  been made, read the names  of the officers and directors  which included representatives from all the organizations in Roberta Cfeok.  -After a full discussion it  was moved and seconded and  carried that the aims and  objects of the committee and  die work done to date fe endorsed. A committee of  three, the vr** ��� ' Paul  Skyfr ' tt  SCHOOL  OPENS  SEPT.5  School bella will ring ta  students of EIphinsteSK  high school on Wednasessr  Sept. .">, ending the summsr  vacation. Teachers will gtf  into the harness one eW  earlier, meeting Tuesday  Sept. 4 for staff coaler-  ences.  Mr W.S. Potter, principal  of Elphinstone annotraMl  that studen.s will csaemMe  in the Gymnasium at- 9 union Wednesday where tfcff  would mref the staff snflte  divided into home * nam  classes. Following the opening exercises students -wi>  go to home rooms for rr  gistra.ion, payment" of text  book rental feea and Ac  making out of time-tasto  They will then proceed ta.  regular classes for the n  mainder of the day.  Mr Potter stated It is  important tha. all studeati  be present for registraMea  as crowded conditions msta  it necessary that maxima*  numbers be known at Mat  opening of school.  S.udents should have w*t  them their text-book remdf  feu. This ia $3.50 for stt  ents in Grades VII. TUL  and IX -and 14 for thoaa ur  Grades X, XI, and IK  Text books cannot be issssst  until this fee has *m��  paid- Student* should Aar  come prepared with notebooks and other eaaeattfi  equipment  Pipes blaiM  kilts swirl  Piper Norma Dean pitw  ided the muaic for the me*  bera of the Mary laeMk  school of dancing who M  u exhibition of Hifhkat  danelM- at tbe SunaMw  Coaat fall fair.  A platform had been tr  ed ouuide the fair build  where   the   dancer-,   a   Ii -aiiy   aaen. 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Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 yeare will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  PtndtrHtrbour'iONLY  Full Lint Sporting Goods Stoat  Francis Ptnlntuli Pltct  Corntr of Sunthlnt Cottt Hwy. S  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  DINING  SERVICES  M5HM   hleiAcfale  Ttr S Gravel, Shakes, Shlngtot,  Mttal Roofs, Torch On, Duroidt  M3-9303  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay'883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  W.Jnm  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX.883-9524  Michael C. 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About 17 native teenagers, some from as  far away as the Blood Reserve or the Tsuu-  tina Nation in Alberta, came to Camp Byng  for two weeks of native spirituality mixed  with a liberal dose of performing arts.  Each day starts with a "smudge circle."  The students gather around, passing around  burning sage and tobacco in a shell. Smoke  goes up to meet "the creator, the great spirit," says project coordinator Charlene Aleck.  "And up go your prayers."  The kids are amateur actors, fledgling  filmmakers, and performers with dreams as  big as a Saskatchewan sky. Some are shy  Arts council  Countryside  Concerts  head into  10th season  The Arts Council and Clayton's Heritage Market have  announced the line up for the  10th Anniversary Countryside  Concert Series.  Beginning with the St.  Lawrence String Quartet in  October, monthly concerts will  also feature Piano Power - two  pianos, eight hands (Linda Lee  Thomas, Terence Dawson,  Arlie Thompson ans Robert  Rogers), the Vancouver Children's Choir with Judith Forst,  Sumalao - music of Latin  America, and Marina Piccinini,  flute accompanied by piano.  Lasl year's series subscribers have firsl choice on  seals at Ihe Raven's Cry Theatre until Sept. IS; new subscribers will be assigned seals  on a first come basis beginning  Sept. 16.  For more information, contact coordinator Louise Baril,  885-4402.  and some shine with starry enthusiasm. None  could have done this 10 years ago.  "People forget in BC, in Canada, we  weren't allowed to vote until 1960," says  Sam Bob, an award-winning native actor,  here to teach improvisation techniques.  'And up go your prayers'  - Charlene Aleck  Sam Bob has just finished filming Road  to Saddle River, in which he plays Norman,  a native who ends up seriously confusing a  European lured to the west in hopes of  becoming a cowboy.  "It's a comic odyssey," he says.  "Mine is the first generation to feel in  their minds they can do anything they want,  in acting or whatever," says Bob, twirling a  blade of grass between his teeth. "Just to,  you know, all the stories from my parents,  the lust, the racism, just to see they are coping ��� "  Bob says he feels little compunction  about always being cast as a native actor,  and that acting with only non-native actors  can be somewhat uncomfortable. "The more  a cast has in common, the more they can  bond. The shared common experiences are  the touchstones of trust."  And the native roles? "I expect that. I  don't expect humans to be more than they  are. 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S8 C17 RRI, GIBSONS, B.C., V0NIV0  _ks*m fa��i MjjjM ���  SUNTEK  DEC-KING      PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1-800-565-4366  HEATING  //DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing A Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. tt Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  ��� Co-ordinated,  Creative Design  ��� High Grade,  Supply &  Installation'  ��� Ceramic Tile, Marble ,  & Granite  Blinds, Unique Drapery ti Bedcoverings  Total Interior Design & Drafting for New Homes,  Additions, Commercial  Call Anthea 0.35-0271 anytime  nviMTi  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  t  popping ���Trimming ���Prunlnfl ��� Brush dripper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded end Insured ��� 20 Yaws Experience  885-3897  P. ntssstruuTS*  LANDSCAPING    LTD.  ^885-5954 '"rffiitt&SAj  MARINE SERVICES  Vi  ��� Salt ."Alcr Licence* _  * Molel >a Campillei ��� Waler Ta��i *��i��*!'i*��i*  * Marine Ravalli       ��� Ice a. Tackle BBJ-����ODj  M J.J. 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FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne       Paul Desautcls  886*0340 885*5492  Mackenzie Excavating  Land Clearing ft Development  Cam Mackenzie J "-  i  m^ssiPm  H  Cellular      **a*i  2404314  Located in Secrel Cove  II5-7IU  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Thirmjgliii 4-**^ ll^U -  Cobn Butt now   -m__\ .. m*. __-&���*__.  ���    In-StBch  l.'.NsMIJsV.  OUTBOARDS  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL CAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 114*71 II  Showroom.-1?) Poyne Rd. Qiisont        j  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane    T  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885*2380  Hwy 101. across Si.  Irom Big Macs Sechelt  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  W ~~  ������ Endue*  tkmmWtt toe tie  SumNnoCeejl  Eioptioflat quality I  lowpnce.  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FT.  0005 6.8  31    0525 12.8  TU   1155 4.6  IB40 14.3  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0215 6.1  A   0825 13.0  SA   1410 7.6  2010 13.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  WED TIME HT. FT.  rHURSITIMBHT. FT  0040 8.1  1    0610 12.9  WE   1230 5.1  1905 14.2  SW -iWE HT. n  0250 5.7  6   0910 12.8  SU   1445 8.5  2035 13.6  0110 7.3'  2   0655 13.0'  TH   1305 5.8  1925 14.1  For Ikookumcfiuch Narrow* add  ihr. Wmtn ptut S mln. lor Mch ft. ol  andTmln.farMchfl.oirM.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  BRITISH COLUMBIA OYSTER BOARD  Notice of Election  The British Columbia Oyster Board is holding a special election  on November 30, 1993, for the purpose of electing 5 Oyster  Grower members to the British Columbia Oyster Board.  Members will serve a term up to two years.  Only a grower (the holder of an aquaculture licence) may  nominate or be nominated. All growers are eligible to vote.  Where an aquaculture licence is held by a partnership or  corporation, the partnership or corporation must authorize an  individual to vote on their behalf and this authorization must be  in writing and filed with the B.C. Oyster Board prior to the  November 30,1993 election.  All growers are eligible to be nominated and to stand for  election. However, in accordance with Section 3.03(b) of the  Scheme, only individuals who do not share business interests  can actually be members of the Board. Consequently, if  individuals with shared business interests are elected, the  individual with the majority of votes will serve on the Board.  The election will be conducted by mail-in ballot and growers  should contact the Board office to ensure our mailing records  are up to date.  Nominations for a Director should include a profile of the  candidate and a statement of intent.  If you are licenced aquaculturist and have not received a  package regarding this election from the B.C.O.B., please notify  our office. Nominations must be either Faxed (757-6844) or post  marked by midnight, September 15, 1993, and mailed to our  new office at:  British Columbia Oyster Board  6030 West Island Hwy., Qualicum Bay, B.C. V9K 2E1  757-9144  Who's who in the Clumber?  You may have wondered who lhe 17  board members are that spend 200 hours  every year (roughly equivalent to $45,000)  as volunteers to make a non-profit organization function effectively.  Presidenl Patrick Hobbs (Sussex Realty)  brings youth, enthusiasm and new ideas to  the board; vice-president Gordon Wilson  (who was responsible for the fabulous visitor  profile) is a computer teacher and geologist  in his spare time; George Adrian (Royal  Bank) uses his accounting and computer  skills to fill the position of treasurer to a "T";  Susan Williams (Sussex Realty) finds lime  between real estate and computer courses to  do a fine job as secretary.  Cowrie beautification and now downtown  revitalization for Wharf Street are major projects for the chamber. Doug Reid, the driving force behind Cowrie beautification has  spearheaded Ihis committee with assistance  from Russ Olson (Sechelt Golf and Country  Club); Jack Pralt (Royal Bank) who has  worked on downtown revitalization projects  in other communities; John Thompson (Sussex Realty) whose energy level is awesome;  and Jack Greenwood with his years of development experience, all also donate their time  and expertise to this project. Neil Scribner  (Bank of Montreal) is the chairperson in  charge of downtown parking, a component  of downtown revitalization that we will be  hearing a lot more about.  Heading up the negotiations to create a  Sechelt economic development commission  is Dave Stene (Sunshine Coast Credit  Union), who is also our in house expert on  Ihe kids games during Celebration Days;  Jack Knaus puts in many long hours to keep  the members informed of changes and developments in education.  Brenda Richardson (Cruise Holidays)  brings years of chamber experience to the  board. Her great organizational abilities are  invaluable when it's time for fundraising  activities; Rudy Riepe (Sechelt Granite) has  spent many years with the Sechelt chamber  and has done a fabulous job with membership and economic development; Reg Rowe  (NRS Sechelt Ltd.) is organizing a monstrous outdoor living show for 1994, ably  assisted by Al Dolling (Sechelt Furniture-  land).  SaPCANews  'Annie,' a 3-4 year husky-  cross female, ta one of  several beautiful canines  waiting for good homes at  the SPCA Henry Road  shelter. Call 886-CARE.  Reminder that the SPCA Is  temporarily unable to  accept cats.  5 YEARS AGO  The proposed 38-unit Marine  Place may not go ahead.  At a special meeting held  Tuesday, Gibsons council voted  down a zoning amendment  bylaw and a community amendment bylaw which would have  allowed the developers to proceed with their plans, effectively  squashing the project, proposed  for the land behind the old Ritz  Motel.  Scuba diving is becoming hot  on the Coast, as Tidalwave Div-���  ing Co. Ib now open, with courses beginning in September.  Long weekend special rental  packages are going for $99 for 4  days.  10 YEARS AGO  A local branch of the provincial Solidarity Coalition was  formed last week when over SO  people met in St.  Bartholomew's Church hall to  formulate policy and discuss  organization of the Sunshine  Coast Coalition.  . Hans Penner, president of the  Sunshine Coast Joint Council of  Unions and chairman of the  meeting pointed out that to  oppose the legislation without  proposing alternatives was of no  use and he forecast a massive  reduction in the standard of living if the legislation goes  unchecked.  Two local men travelled to  Powell River to compete as a  team against 18 other teams in  the 7th annual Sidewinder  Rodeo Championships. Jim  Peers Sr. and Clint Suveges finished a respectable second with  Jimmy operating the sidewinder  and Clint doing the work on the  logs.  15 YEARS AGO  On the weekend four 50-  pound drums of Tordon 10-K  was dumped into Salmon Inlet  at Clowholm Falls. Juveniles are  believed to have been involved.  Local publican John Kavanagh was the first to sample the  first draft beer available, following the beer strike.  20 YEARS AGO  Big John Wayne, Hollywood's screen heavy, sailed into  Gibsons Harbour recently,  aboard his ���luxury cruiser The  Wild Goose, a converted US  naval minesweeper.  25 YEARS AGO  An order for the removal of  structures on the Joseph H.  Unland property, Dougal Road,  Gibsons, because they were a  nuisance and offensive to the  community, was confirmed at  Tuesday night's meeting of Gibsons Council.  40 YEARS AGO  A report has been given to  the RCMP concerning vandalism at Gospel Rock. It appears  as though teenage boys have  been observed destroying arbutus trees in the area.  45 YEARS AGO  An announcement was made  yesterday by Canadian Pacific  Steamships that the SS Princess  Mary will be taken out of service for a minimum of 10 days  for emergency repairs.  All automobile transport in  and out of this district will be  eliminated after tonight.  We will meet any Competitive price  THIS WEEKS SPECIAL  185/70NIM3 R.W.L SUMITOMO SCC10  ALL SEASON H-SPEED  RATED UPTO 210 KM ��� MSLP $112.69  sau inn  ]K  FREE FLAT REPAIRS  FREE IE ROTATION  61*000 km wear-out wananly  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Walt's Automotive & Towing Service,Hwy 101, Gibsons  Oof a  Coll oui  editorial  deparimenf  In Gibsons  al 886-2622  or in Sechell  al 885-3930  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday August 31,7:00pm  Arts Update for September  Host Chuck Tkachuk visits Bradley Hunt  7:30pm  Marbled Murrelets Nest  Join the friends of Caren and celebrate the discovery of the only  known active marbled murrelet nest, in the old- growth forest of the  Caren Range.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking - "Working Day Main Dishes"  8:30pm  On The Edge RockClimbing  Wednesday September 1,7:00pm  Arts Update for September  Host Chuck Tkachuk visits Bradley Hunt  7:30pm  Stitches in Time  A look at the history of the needlecraft on the Sunshine Coast..  8:10pm  West Howe Sound Parks  8:30pm  Creative Cooking -"Just Potatoes"  Thursday September 2,7:00pm  Roberts Creek Daze  The Higgledy Piggledy Parade and other highlights.  7:30pm  Bedtime Stories  The Coast Academy of Dance and Fine Arts al Raven's Cry.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking -"Sunday Chicken"  9:00pm  "Good Wood"  A tour of the workshop of craftsman Edmund Butler.  >v South Coast Ford  CLIP & SAVE    i  MECHANICAL SERVICES       I MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  |EI BCSRI���S Schedule  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDINQ AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   IERV��aO TM KRE��T. MAHIM UK C0MTIIIK11��a MOUtTKt  ON THeSUMMtW COAST  HOWARD lang aMjv>x\ asa-out J  121SREEORO  QIBSONS QOQ-J**? I *HaW-0*,Jiy  f Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell "  you found them in  The Coast News  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  Lean Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:26 pm M  10:10'  2:30  Leave Horeeehoe Bay  7:30 am    5:30 pm  9:30 M      7:25 M  11:30       9:15  1:15 pm     11:00*  3*30  *���**     *M��Ri,liindma  Uaaal   ��� 1  **'  not Muuwyi 9%wy  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Earlt Cove Leave Saltery Bay  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  2:20 ���  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  1:30*  5:45 am  3:30 pm  7:35  5:30 M  9:30 M  7:30  11:30  9:20  M*<mwM   'tan-HmB-i-ytnil  jjststfctiw   Lt��wE��dlt*<**t*:M*at.. L-��w��t��tKyM>':***f  ^AST^EWS      BWRlRNhFaR 14  Coast News, August 30, 1993  i  I  -'  i  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run yottr classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Propeity  Pnvale sale, Snodgtass Rd., Selma Park, cute randw, 2 bdrms, I  1/2 baths, detached gaiage, RV  parking, close lo amenities.  $160.900.8850787.        ��37cn  Robert! Creek 4.5 acres ol beau-  Wul treed secluded property with  seasonal creek. RV-1G zoned.  Pertect lor hobby tarm. Asking  $125,900. Call Craig or Heather  886-2352. Agents protected.  USUI  Haltmoon Bay, Hat 1/2 acta lol,  across patk near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663.     ss��37cn  Lol 153, Cypress Cres., Wood*  cteek PM. Gtbeons. Quel cul-de-  sac Area ol nam homes. By  owner, $79,900. Phone 866-7625.  Mai  Tillicum Bay, 1 bdrm house, 950  sq. tt. on 60x190 lot steps away  front marina on Naytor Rd. Recently renovated, freshly painled, n/c.  $109,000000.885*4212.  M6cn  752 Hwy. 101, 50x266101, 3 bdtm.  older houaa, 1165,000.866*9049  IS  Five wooded acree, Langdale ares.  Cteek Ii some view, $136,000 Htm  No agenls at all 886471 4jW37w  5305 CEDAR VIEW  Top ol Selma Patk Rd. BsautKul  view home, 3800 sq. It. w/level  entry, wheel-chair accessible. 4+  bdrms, 3 baths, suite potential.  Gas heat, hw + stove, skylights,  hardwood tile, l/p, French doors  and mon. Nicely landscaped and  finished. No commission, no GST,  motivated vendors. $304,000.  Phone 865-3572 to view. See picture ad in Weekender.     ��37cn  1    Homes &  Pioperty  CLEARWATER, BC  Thriving BO-seal restaurant, SO  seat pub and new 3 bdrm house  on Yellowhead Hwy. Private sale.  Must see to believe! $360,000. CU  1*674*3636. ��35cn  WANTED TO BUY  Retirement cottage lor one, on a  nice lot. Willing lo pay up lo  $120,000. Cal 866-3366.  I35cn  ftU(es~  GARY WHITE  806-8107 ��� 1-351-4300  4<yr. old 1250 sq. It. rancher in  Woodcreek Park. 3 bdrms., 2  baths privale lenced backyard surrounded by trees, with deck A hot  tub. lots more, $173,000. 886-  9421. ��35cn  New 1730 sq. It. rancher, many  custom leatures, private 1/2 acta  lot, Welcome Woods. Buy now,  save commission, $193,900.885-  4832. S8I35*  New 2600 sq.tt. rancher ��� 800 sq.  II Inlaw stile with view In Robeits  Creek. Over 1/2 acre and short  walk lo beach. This 4*5 bdrm.  home has spacious kitchen with  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite wilh  F/P. There are loo many extras to  mention. Flooring and cabinets can  slill be selected. $289,000.888-  038001886-0684. Hn  Homes &  Properly  5 bdrm house with hardwood and  slate floors throughout on private  .6 acre in Roberls Creek,  $259,000. Call 885*2253. No  agents please. ss  Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek, 2 acres  plus shakmill building, $160,000.  866-8651 or 886-2240.    SSS36*  Four bdtm home plus 1 bdtm suite.  West Sechelt, excellent Inveslmenl. $145,000.885*5764.     ss  3.300 sq. ft. plus double garage.  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 balhs. 3 FP's, partial  view. Gibsons. $279,000. 886  7738. ��36w  BEAUTIFUL ROBERTS CREEK  8 year new home, pnvale lot, 1/4  acre, 3 bdrm, 2 lull baths, lamily  mom, deck, 1600 sq II. on 2 levels, 5 mn. wa* to beach, dose lo  school, store, on bul roule.  $155,000. Ca�� 986*4522. S37cn  Fot sale -retirement cottage. Gambier Island, $125,000 886-0142.  13501  Costa Rica 2.5 acres w/vl*w,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical Iruil Irees, minutes lo  beeches, $22,500. Owner 883-  2450. ss*35w  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  T  Appliances  It  U  Barter J, Trade  ii  Bad and Breakfast  30  Births  1  Business and Home  Seivices  u  ^^   ",  Business Opportunities M  Campers  Child Care  M  37  Commercial lor Rant  31  Entertainment  For Rant  For Sal*  33  31  11  s  Found  11  OHtuarlea ���  3  Ftee  18  Personal  t  Furniture  20  Petal Livestock  It  GatagsSdas  IT  Recreation  t  H**vy Equipment  H*(p Wanted  M  34  Storage  That* You  3t  1  Home * Property  1  Too Late to Classify  <M  InMemorlam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  M  Lost  10  Wanted  It  Marine  M  Wanted to Rant  tt  Mobile Homes  IT  Weddings 4  Motofcyctes  Music  tt  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  t  38  DROPOFF YOUH  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B* J STORE 885*8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS C-REEK GENERAL STORE 885 MOO  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886*2622  The smiling stiff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily take your claasifled ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Pha-eil  GAROINER: Passed away Aug.  26,1993, Henry Herman Gardiner,  late ot Sechelt, age 78 years. Survived by his loving wile Flora;  daughter Carol (Dennis) Cottar ol  Pender Haibour son Bil Gardiner  (Janice) of Prince George; lour  grandchildren: Rick and Brad Cotter, Josh and Matt Gardiner; sister-  in-law Ann Gardiner ot Nanaimo.  Mr. Gardiner was a member ol  Royal Canadian Legion Branch  140, Sechelt. No service by  request. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. Flowers gratefully  declined. Remembrance donations  may be made to St. Mary's Hospital I35cn  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5SeeCowitai8t..Box12ig  S-Khalt.BC.. VON SM  sea-ait fax sea-ieee  van. Ton fm eeavaote  nt be remembered by many Sun*  shine Coast and especially  Roberts Creek people as Vie Mr*  MMNI easy-going and thoughts  man IM be ms.  I��s greal sense o/rumour and  Mndralure ass ever present John  ess stays conscious and caring  to everyone ht knew and especial*  (ylofteyouKto/ourcommunlly.  He n* be missed not only by Iks  wife and two smal sons, but everyone else lhat he touched,    tine  PROPOSED 5 YEAR  DEVELOPMENT PLAN  Notice Is hereby given that Weldwood ol Canada  Limited will hold a public viewing ot th* 5 Y*ar  Development Plan tor the Forest Licence A19222,  Clowhom Falls operation In the Sunshine Coaat  Timber Supply Area.  A 5 Year Development Plan consists ot maps  which indicate proposed cut blocks and  Inlormation on other resource values that may be  attected by th* harvest.  The Development Plan Is reviewed by relevant  resource agencies as well a* the public before  approval is considered by th* Ministry ol Forssts.  II approved th* plan torme th* basis tor Cutting  Permit Applications that provld* th* authority to  commence harvesting.  Th* development plan will be available tor public  viewing at th* following location* and timet:  Driftwood Motor Inn  Trail Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  September to, 1993 trom 12:00 noon - 9:00 p.m.  September 11,1993 Irom 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Weldwood ol Canada Ollice  Clowhom Camp  Sechelt, B.C.  September 7,8,9,1993     9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Representative* ol W*ldwood of Canada Limited  will be available to discuss the plan. To ensure  consideration, written comments must be  submitted by September 24,1993, to:  Weldwood ot Canada Limited  Clowhom Camp  Box 9  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  Piano Tuning  __     ��� repairs  Km Dalgleish  886-2843  Experienced flute teacher Is now  accepting students. Please call  KekySmil (Assoc. Nus.) 866*2226.  M7w  Looking lor players ��� three guys,  agtd 40s into playing some classic  rock'n'roll and RIB lor lun and  some local gigs. Looking lor lead  linger, keyboatds and homs. Present group members have 10 yrs.  CM John at 665*8678.  MTW  GAMQE SALES  Conduct your garage sate the easy  way ��� bring your Hams to the  Relorm Party's Super Bargain  Bam a Flea Market now open In  the old Stedmans building in  Sechelt. We wai sen It tot you snd  you gat 60 per cant ol th* proceeds (some exceptions) or you  may rent a table by the day and  stall n yoursell. Cal 665-6624 lor  ���3501  Leant to play  Highland  Bagpipes  prim* lessons fir ullage-  8864875  Gourley upright piano orig. bill.  1010. $1600. 866*4886 after 4:30  pm. 13701  Alio saxophone, exc. cond., Y-23  intermediate-beginner, $595.863-  9230 mu  Piano, keyboard and voice lessons  in your home. 866*9630.   I37cn  B*mg,saing or furniture teiWsh*  Ing traded lor hedge and shrub  rtjjrtmjjtjjjj.       Keen  Hot Point portable d/w, butcher  block lop, excellenl condition,  $150.863*911ft WW  3 yr old almond washer and dryer,  >_____________[  Beeumark 18 cu. fl. relitg., almond,  $200. Excellent cond. 686*7002.  ���3501  22 cu. It. Kenmore freezer, 5 yrs.  dd, almond, $300.8860070.135*  Washer I dryer, $200 ea. Good  wotkit^ cond. 6654049.    I36w  Three electric commercial grill lop  ranges in very good condilion,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave al  St. Maiy's Hospital. 685*2224,  kxaieo. Hn  Lol I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared In a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612013284534. SS  Davit Bay, kx sale by owner, 4056  Laurel. 885*5555. S37*  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very deen,  newly ptkMdt renovaled Muring ttucco calling wHh otdtr  bean* ki Mng room, white wen,  400 sq. ft. deck, Iridge 1 stove  Included, washer S dryer optional.  Excetlent location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call 10  view. tins  2 yr. 1378 sq. ft home, 3 bdrms,  large krt, very dean, price reduced  lo $169,900.4054 Browning. Best  buy. tor-Forbes Realty 8660557.  tee*  VIEW 1 INVESTMENT! Move in  and start UVUttl BRIGHT open  pen, master with ensulle/walk-in.  Watch Ihe ships from new  sparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE! 1/2 acre Soames area,  $259,000.  1  Alforaable 1/2 acre VIEW lot-sea.  islands, mtns., U/G services,  $134,000. For details call LOIS  WLLINGTON, BELL REALTY  866-9206,926*7831(241115.).  TOP SON.  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 686-9764 or  ce*. 11-220-152 tins  Soames Point. 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jenrish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0081.351 -7866 attar 8pm.     IS  ��'��330 ol pnme low ba* water*  Iront in Gibsons Harbour netr Gibsons Marina. Houm needs repair  bul could be Axed up lor rtcrea*  son* or rental use. Pioperty zoned  Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double  gsraga plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jenniler 1*669*  7070. ���  A bursary hind has been established in memory ol Linda Sturdy in  order that children may have an  opportunity to expand their horizons by experiencing learning in  French. Linda's energy, commitment and love win continue to nurture children through gifts made to  the Sundhine Coast French Education Society, c/o L'Ecole Passe  Partout, General Delivery, Roberts  Creek, BC VON 2W0.      #37cn  BROOKS* MILLER  FLOW COVERINGS LTO.  Benjamin Moore Palntt I  EmlrvtHrmnt  FiMnatymnd  m All Colours ot  ..Hdaa-ftvOiaaaaT  Bill Wood  SECHELT  .*  Bus.885-29231  M Res. 886-80881  Experienced piano teacher accept- westinghouse stacked W/D, $200;  ing enrolment for fall. Children or chest freezer, 14 cu. It, $200.886-  adrts. Phone 886-7896 alt. Aug, 2730. ��37w  19. ��35w  Al Smugglers Cove, male, al black  kitten, vety friendly. 885-1912 or  885-3719. I35cn  Ment XL windbreaker, black with  blue, red 1 grey trim, big heart  donor pin In pocket, Granthams  Hwy. 101 area. 686*2694. I35w  Tortoise shall fern, cat, young,  NorWakeRd. 883-1154.    I35w  Webber upright piano, good condition, $500.666*7153.       ��36w  Christian band requires bassist ���  serious commitment. Serious tun,  no beginners please. Call Gord  885*7165 or Grant 865*1925.#36w  Admiral side by side FF Iridge,  18.2 cu. ft., almond, $575 obo.  885*9336. 8SS38w  Kenmore stove, 3 yrs. old, sell-  dean, $400.665*7000.    I35cn  Two couches, loveseat, one queen  size box spring and mattress, Iwo  dressers. 686-4706. M5cn  Adult chUdran ot Alcoholics or dysfunctional tamWes plsete cat 888-  "LEE" 3849 or 685-4822 tor help,     nc  Remember me? Mt. Washington, .   sm m, tctaggsiii* hot "**^��� ^Y���'^  Piaase respond. Box *H* Crash*-��� ���n���y r****9��>*���;  NewS, Sechelt, VON 3M. EtH. .��� '-?*�������� ��� ���������"������, " WW*"*"  885*3261. *36w  #35cn  LOVE  Aak ki simple bust  And you shall receive.  All my love to everyone.  See you in my dreams.  Stephen #36*  Healthy middle-aged man enjoys  travel, hiking, dancing, quiet times  (NS) wouk) tike to meet slim unattached lady 40 to 50 lor possible  longtime relationship. RH*1, Site  11 C*7, Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  MS*  SWM, 25, S/D, NTS, enjoy swimming, camping, lishing, motorcycles, wishes to meet lemale companion with same Interests ��� photo  appreciated but not necessary.  Reply Box 400, c/o Coast News,  Box 480, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ��35w  NEW TO GIBSONS  fNorma's  Electrolysis  Studio  a r-i-maaatt A-ale removal of  unwanted hair  aliMina-ta-npiatcrMaaatilaV-lyau  labtmd-iKthoda  a Cufliptim-ntaiy 10 min.  Ccnifisl Ekctratygiat  ��� Evening anoiaannk  a Privacy of MM baaed  hi____________  18 yroM, bay, 17H, thoroughbred,  gaUng, good on trails, nice manners. $1875.866*9346 after 6pm.  13701  Deluxe Royal 2 horse angle hall  traitor with tack room, $4000.685*  7810. I37w.  ^^3P**^  EAGLE RIDCE  VtTtMNAkr HOSMTAl  Sen/ingthe  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  next to Big Mart Sechdt  885-5158  Cottt Rica 3 bdrm. houtt In  Tango Msr Beech I Or* Canity Cro Ikea drying wardrobe, $200;  Club All Biarttti $400A��k. 863* ���7,alcr'n9 6-drawer dresser with  ,.��� ,,, mirror and 4-drawer tall dreistr  <"^^^^^*> lel $,00 pnone ee6<|433 iv  I mess. #37*  MARY KAY  otters a compiele line of skin care,  glamour products, sunscreen and  fragrances. Call today to book your  free facial. Yvonne 886-4643.  ���360)  Drop oft your  COMTNEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  |. DavM CalHafhai would lika-  mimHryoulDcallticfacummy  Real Bat* Ptoawag Soviet far  all your needs. I offer  Prafeaaanal Pentarad Service  averting far your beat Wen*  Call: Office MMSOS  HomelU-KU  SOUNDWAVES CHORUS under  Ihe direction ol CHRYSTAL  UNRAU will begin Iheir tall season  Sept. 15. Wed. eves. 7*10 pm.  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME. For  Mo phone PAM 685*7502. ��36w  ' NEW CONCEPT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lote up to 25 tot In 1 month and  feel great. All natural. Doctor  approved 100% guaranleed or  money rtlundtd. Wendy 886*  3067. ��7cn  Psychic consultant, phone Terry  tor appointment, 863-1194.136cn  COOLRUNMNOS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885*3917. ths  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  886*7883,241)0011**. tfn  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? CtJAI-Anon  686*9903, 885*7484, 686*9059.  Al-Ateen 886*2565 or 885*7484.  BRAVO DANCE ACADEMY  Instructor: JK Kirk, lap, jazz A ballet classes. Ages 4 ��� adult. Rig.  Sept. 2, Kinsmen Hall, 6 ��� 9 pm.  8864946 or 886-4690 tor Wo.   ��35cn  LESLIE EUETT  CREATIVE DANCE CLASSES  for children, beginning Sepl 21 in  Gibsons. To register phone 886-  8044.      ' #37w  The Woiking in Trades Program: A  35 wk. Ul sponsored program, providing hinds on skills and experience In carpentry, construction,  electrical, efedronics, heavy equipment operation, automotive/small  engine repairs. Orientation night,  Tun, Aug. 31,7 pm, 1019 Vtn-  ture Way, Gibsons. For all inteiest*  ed people, cal 686-3607. M5cn  ATTENTION  WOMENS WORKSHOP SERIES  PART II  SEPT. 20 THRU NOV. 3  r *    I ��� aaaaa   * " * -   mm_A   iaa la 1 ��� I aaaaatl \1 ,1  ror lifOffliTi fflQ raySUIDon.  cH 865-2330 or 886*7170  Workshops hi FREE  ChUOM and Transport**!  can be arranged   MSen  Birthday Optn Houtt, Suzin  lauraen (Dubois) Sept, 4 it 5464  Monkey Tret Lira.        Mttoi  SuraNno Coetl Transition  Sadly outgrown Elvis Presley 133  hand tie appy P.O.A.W. gladly.  Great hunter/jumper, good on trails  and raids, $1500 obo. 886-3231  Sarah. #37w  ~ GOLDFISH  Ftney tnd plain tropical fish, 25c  and up. Supplies 686*9890.#37cn  3 easy chairs; burl tablt lamp;  mahogany dining suite; regmcy  gmt table. 885*5518.      ��3Sw  Rocker recliner, $376; couch,  $125; single bed, $80; 2 hexagon  Uses, $70; Electrolux upright vac-,  uum, $250; antique mirror, $175.  All ki good cond, 865-0382. i37w  Bed chestoriMd, fullsize, A1 cond,  $375,886*2730. B7w  Leather sola bed, $1200; leather  red, $400; colfee table, $200; teak  bdrm suite, $1800; oek antique  dining set, $500; patio furniture,  $25; oak enter, unit, $500; chain  saw, $250, gas weedeater, $200.  885-0838 alter 6pm.       #35cn  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper face and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.866*   7307. ll  An experienced knitter to finish  Loveseal solabed, rust colour,  beginners project. Please can 866*  886*3592. ��36w  Fishing rod ��� l good ull water;  sturdy enough to lend those whop*  psrs!Peasonable$.Call 866-7355  Ne. mess. tfns  Double stroller ki exc. oond, 888-  3563. ��5cn  Propane retrkjgerator, 8 cu. It or  larger. 686-3000 ��37w  Logging truck Iced of wood tor firewood. Dave 885-3106.     I37cn  Antennae rotor ind all-wave Yag*  git TV antennae. 886-0104.136w  2-person row boal in good condition. 886*3163. #36cn  Fiddle or violin, tny condition.  Phone Ok* BWsmin, 886*7656.  ���3501  7987 Anne Mult.  I35w  DOG CROSS  'Functional Foods*  ��� ArthrMl  ��� AlUrglw  ��� SpacbklM  Ta*.*        \m_, a     a    a  rsmtmm^. wasa^w ���m^m  faraaMa far ease, oasa a hanea  Distributed locally by  Michoel McGlnnii  IMaflU  AirSght woodslove certified tor use  in mobile home. 6854070. I35w  Wanted to buy. Honda 70 Mimtrall.  Any year. Phone 883*2435.l35cn  Lovely near new Simmons double  mattress, quilted top, $129; small  anliqui side chair, distinctively  hand carved, $125; near new outdoor padded lounge, 1/2 price,  $75.6864465. *37w  Books! Frances Perry, World of Used furniture snd misc. 2nd hand  Flowers ind any ol Kay Green* goods. 'Cutaways' Molly's Lam.  away.885*1958or885*7044. Wod.-Sun., 11am-4:30pm. 886-  I3SC 8676 or 886*4930. S37*  Rag. 1/2 Arib yearling filly by  multi-champion S.S. Trinity. Excellent tnduranct/show/pliuurt  prospect, ateneme. 886-7778.   am  Freeh homegrown turkeys tor tale.  12*18 lbs, dressed, $2.25*. 886*  8115. ��35w  Hofstbtck riding, horse shoting,  horst trailer lor rant, Wtstirn  Ituont. 8B6-2205. I36cn  WANTED Lib X Ntwfey puppy.  Gal Millie 254*2128.       I35w  Very cuts baby bp-uitd rabbits,  $10. Jane 686-7610.       I35cn  PYRAMID OOO TRAINING  Private duses, problem solving.  Certified Mpf* 886*2854. f36cn  MAGUS KENNELS REa  Dog $ Mt bonding. Dog mining,  ���Scimct Olef pit foods. 886-  WM-dakbka-asWdntHMin *  Gibsoni area, ll long u ont  mor* ago. Sue 886*2622.   tins  Black and white mill cat, bald  lower back. Beach Ave. Tinya  885-4207. ��36w  Black large ehingi putt ��� ooalo*  arable sum ol ctsh plus bink  passbook. Reottd. Lv. mm. 8BB*  3SS. Ww  Ca��o/tabby cat, limps on tight leg, 12-sWng Yamaha gdtar with case,  Go��*rPl.lisi,vtiyoldlem.866* tsnew.$250.88M580ewiingi/  7247. S35w    weekends Hrs  Holwheels with redlines on tires  wanted by private collector. 885-  9306. ft*  Wailed to rent. Space suitable for  small, privale Ma drawing classes,  possibly Wtdntsdiy evenings.  Must bt reasonsble. 886*2622  deys.Annie. tfns  Und building mattriili In good  cond. I buildings lo bt dtmol*  nhed Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Whart Rd.,  Stchtlt. 885*8889. Recycle a  Save. ��n  Wanted ��� used CLARINET, In  good shipe, reu. price. CHI id.  6pm 886*2215. Una  A site plica lor women ind children m crisis. Fna conMrtal 24  how service. H5-2S44        tin  Frenkln ttovt, tret If you pick 141.  866*7774. t-36w  GARAGE SALE  Sunthlnt Coin Homt Support  Society welcomes your donation  tortheir Sept. I8garage*ekesaie.  Kin* can bt dropped on it Kirk*  land Centre, 4602 Simkins Rd. kl  Dsvts Bay Tuee*y through Thursday 9 -4. For pick up or questions,  CU BMt) a 885*0855.      13601  HUGE SALE  StUSun., Sept. 4/5,10sm*1pm,  6703 Dougal Rd, Gibsons. I35w  Steel drums for tale, $20, Sechell  Shell. 685-2128. S37cn  Avocado propane stove, $50.886-  7247. ��37w  Private ull ��� quality items t.g.  crystal ctancMier, wu $750, now  $300; Mo English wall lights; com*  rjleto stereo lysltm; dough/ptitry  irtwr; rtaittfcmtdtolw Wudt  china, sllvtr, glass, brasses,  plates, books on Scotland. 886-  4620kxappt. I37w  Soli hida-s-bed with matching  recliner. 686-3878. 137*  Martin 30/30 $280 C.I.L. pump  *otgui, $175.885*9405. I37cn  Moving sale: Fridge, $300; w/d,  $500; lawnmower, $500; bdrm  suite, $650; double bed, $85;  microwave, $250; ghetto Waster,  $180; mw bikes, $i50/pr, 24' ladder. $70; wheel barrow, $35. Lots  more goodies. Pal 886-4886 alter  4:30. S37cn  Mitsubishi 26 in. colour TV tnd  cibkiet, $650; both A-1.865-0382.  ���3701  SKrfng glass door single br. aknt.  $75 obo; medium chest freezer, as  is, $50.886-3013. #37oi  Kenwood 200 watt receiver /dou*  U* auto reverse cassette / com*  PK-I disc 5 CD carousel / 2 Ken*  wood 180 w. 3-wty antken / tys-  tim cabinet. All inclusive, $2500  complete. 8850382.       I37cn Coast News, August 30, 1993  21   For Sale  SUMMER SPECIALS  2x4 30C L/F 2x1 .45< l/F  2x6��ci/F 2x10 Mt l/F  plywoods toll  FACTORY OVIRRUNS:  ��� Exterior French Doors a p���ir prehuna dbl. glazed  $473.00  ��� 15 lite bevel trpl. glazed  $295.00ea.  ��� Interior trench doors ��� your pick $99.00 ea.  ��� Metal dad exterior panel doors $50.00 ea.  ��� Prehanging services / materials available  ��� Over 100 double glazed aluminum and vinyl windows,  polio doors, skylights and garden windows in slock.  QUANTITIES LIMITED  SUNCO RECYCLED BUILDING MATERIALS LTD.  S6S3 WHARF RD. SECHELT 885 8889.  30' Tappen range, cooktop wall  oven, dryer, 17' deepfreeze, elec.  lawnmower, chest ol drawers.  885*3136. I37cn  Dive equipment, Suunto multilevel  computer. Dacor regs. elc. 885-  0221; I37cn  450 It. I/O Triplex, 1/2 price, $250.  Will throw in another 60 ft. sep.  piece aU tor same price. 686-2952.   I37cn  Portable gas welder, $1200; cut-  ling torches A gauges, $50; Ure t  wheel 1200*165, $40; Ig. crib 1  mattress A bighchair, $20; wood  rocker, hardly used, $100. 865-  2143 I36w  Gold plated London fireplace heal  exchanger, $650; RSF wood  slove, $350; Hotpoint washer,  $280,883-2948. I36w  Fireplace screen to lit 36*x27*  opening polished brass, glass  Wold doois ( mesh spark screen;  3-pc. fireplace tool sel and iron  grata, $195 obo. 885*5552.137w  Fireplace, Vermont casting dauntless, Iree standing dark brown  enamel - comes with firescreen A  glass doors, like new, used 1 see-  son, $1400.885-4586.      ��37w  Round slarburst walnut dining  table A 4 upholstered armchairs,  $440; 2 coordinating chairs also  available; fibreglass canopy A box  liner tor S/BS/S pickup; 21 ft. trailer, needs repairs, best offer. 883-  1160. I37w  RSF Energy Onyx zero clearance  fireplace, new, never used, $1600.  Thermostat kit and chimney priced  1.885*2472.       I37w  16" Bandtaw, Delta, with stand,  extra blades, $425.685*3490.  HIST*  3-pce. chesterfield suite, $250;  table lamps, oddments. 885*5850.  I36w  Wood windows, asst. sizes, single  pane, suitable for cottage or shed.  $35 -$100.686*6675.      I36cn  Nintendo: NES 13 games, 5  accessories, pkg. deal, $250;  rolleiNades, men's 6, $50. 886-  6746. ��36cn  Or trade: large 3-shelf maple  hutch, 68'x52'x16'. Will trade lor  small hutch, 24*26' wide. 686-  2592. I36w  5'x3' drafting table, $75; 2-drawer  letter size filing cabinet, $50;  Navaho CB radio base set  w/antenna, $125; TV table, $10.  886-2561. I37cn  HELP Reduce garbage In Ihe  landfill. Sel up your own worm  composting system with RED  WIGGLERS. 885*7882.     ��35w  Caribou anflers, matched set,  $500,686-2260. *35w  Seasoned alder and maple lire-  wood, $75 p.u. load. 885*4805  alter 5 pm. I35cn  Pegasus deluxe walker, unused,  excellent condition, $200 obo.  886*7386. *35w  State-of-the-art water fillers guaranteed to remove bacteria, lead,  chlorine, etc. 8850472.     I37w  Giant "Sedona* ATX chro-moly 16*  mountain bike, ridden once. 885-  9565. I36w  Mulated stove pipes, new, $60  ea.: sen-contained kitchen unit lor  boil or trailer, incl. sink, tank,  alcohol slove. $390.885*4109.  I36w  SHAKLEE  products lor the enhancement ol  your health and environmentally  friendly cleaners. 685-3472. ��37w  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb. A $4 Ib. To order  MS-734eNamatte  I39w  Rocker recliner EL-Russ A-1,  $375; Electrolux upright  carpet/floor vacuum, $250; Australian jacket, full length oilskin,  black, $135; (2)hexagon end  table, $70; 5-drawer dresser, perlect, $75. Phone 6850382. #36cn  %^#  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnt.-Exl. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  Vail our store or cal  ���S9-SSS9  5653 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Recyde it Save  MON-SAT 9 om* 5 pm  LOOSTOLUMNI  team tun saw  MU SERVICE Will  COMITO YOUR PROPERTY  TO CUT YOUR MOS.  sss-oaro  Outdoor Beeches,  Tables & Chalra  TIM CLEMENT  Diving regulator, $200; Ladies XS  wetsuit, $200; dive tanks, $140;  underwater nautalice, $700; dive  compressor, $2500; water skis,  $150; Ladies S7 rollerblades A  pads, $75.666-9421.      I35cn  Full size shortbox canopy; steel  fence potts; monochrome computer display with Hercules and I/O  cards. Phone 8856022.    ��37w  Men's golf dubs A cart. $75; spa*  large. $1500 obo; typewriter, $25.  43601  Prolessional  Johnson  stair  climber, 9000 air system with computer, paid $850, asking $500  805-4019.  ���36*   New trusses, 24 fl. span with engineering, 3:12 pilch, $800. Call  Dave 883*9551. ��35w  Full heed mount black bear rug lor  sale or Irade lor guitar, violin or  witVy. 865-4639. (MM  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality split alder firewood  cut to any length. Full cord $95  plus delivery. Pender Harbour,  Secheh, Glbtons 885O340.l36cn  Two queen beds, $100 ea.; boy's  6 sp. mountain bike, $65; child's 2  wheel bike, $25; Silkie Bantam  iootter,$5.68ti-7372.      (36w  TOP SOL  Gravels, Bil, Sand. Reasonable,  Oj Doug 665*5070.        B_  Fresh salmon ��� phone Tim 885*  4818. MOw  1993 Escort 5 dr, aulo, air, power  steering, power brakes, stereo.  8653281. MOL 5936  dWon. $4550.866*4641.   i37cn  1966 5 spd, 4 dr, red Nissan Sen*  tra. $6000 obo. 886*4837. ssi37  1976 Oldsmobile 98, good condition, rebuilt engine, runs gnat,  extras, asking $1000.885*3532.  I37w  1992 Subaru 4x4 4 dr. rxttchbick.  885*3281. MOL 5936  Put a neat little home on your  property without the hassle or  expense ol building. Modular  home 24x32, constructed with  2x4s, very well insulated, vinyl siding, complete w/storm windows,  bay window, drapes, carpel, large  appliances, cupboards, skirt or  sundeck, central heating, elc. One  owner, n/s, senior returning to  England, $34,000.886*2513.  ��7cn  Frying Dutchman dinghy, $2300;  Papasan chair, $60; Ikea music  table, $30; fireplace accessories,  $60; table, 4 chairs, $100; gas barbecue, $75; ping-pong table, $40.  865*7837. M5w  MOVING ��� need to sell: 3 pc. sola  chair (loveseal, blue grey floral,  $600 obo; 4 ll. oak finish  microwave stand, $60; hand  carved Asian chess set w/wooden  table, $60; 50s style chrome table  1 leal, $20; 2 tables, 1 octagon,  $20 ea.; computer desk, oak finish  hutch, good cond.. $150: matching  oak finish roller work table, $60;  china cabinet, $40; monitor  monocrome Dalatrain V242A, $40;  microwave door plexy broke, $25.  Will pay lor smaller microwave.  8860657. I35w  York 7000 weight bench w/2 bats  and lots ol weights. $175 obo.  885*4805 after 5 pm.       I35cn  Wall unit, oak laminate, approx. 6  tt high x 5 It. wide. Asking $125.  6850834. I35cn  Arborite kitchen table w/extra leal  and 4 padded swivel chaiis, $185;  baby carriage, $35; two swag  lamps, gold and black shades  w/glass baubles, $45 et, a mw.  6854831. ��35cn  B.S.A. 7 mm mag. w/3x7 Bushnell  Remington mountain rifle. 7x57  w/2 1/2 power Bushnell R.C.B.S.  Reloading system w/2 sets ol dies.  Lyman case trimmer ind case  tumbler. Bushnell 10x30 spotting  scope. F.A.C. required. 685*4650.  13501  2 polished brass, 5 bulb vanity  light bars, decorator bulbs ind. as  new, $30 ea. 685*2695.    I35cn  Antique wood burning cook stove.  $600.8853506. ss!36cn  New spa, 6 person, 7 lets, 2 massage lets, cedar skirting, 1 1/2 hp,  spa pack, $3500.885*4037.l35cn  30' white com. dean range, $95; 2  air conditionar window units, $150;  used carpet, 8x10 gold, $25,6x13  rosateirje, $35, oilers. 886*9649.  I35cn  Sony 1/2* VCR, 4 beads, fiat (Hack ,m chev c,^,, Eunaport,  finish, $250, call 886*2622 Tues* ���,���, ��� ^ ^g^ ���_.  Fri. afternoons ask for Annie, tfns  Rilchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 886-2622, ask  lor Annie. tins  Fisher airtight wood burning stove,  very efficient. 885*7152.1977  Dodge Maxi Van, low mileage, top  condition, 885-7152.        I35cn  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top toll by the Undent dumptruck load.  Langdale* Roberts Creek 1290  Roberts Creak-Dtvls Bay $275  Davis Bay-Halfmoon Bay $215  While quantities last. Call W.D.  Excavating, 186-97(4 or calL ��  1*220*1526. Km  Firewood, $100 tull cord. Phone  Klaus 8850679, please talk to my  electric secretary. I38cn  Omega 500 colour monitor, print*  er, new rVD kit, 2 controllers, extra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  886*3280 or 8860924. tin  Electrolux vacuum (brown A  beige) and Electrolux shampooer,  both complete with all attachments  including power head and side  kick, $250 for both. 886*2960.  ���35w  Utility trailer, $350 obo. 686*4697.  I35w  Used railway ties, great for retaining walls. 8860204. ss  Kayak double, Nimbus Seafarer,  exc. cond. with sprayskirts, $2450;  Feathered paddle, $75; Mac  SE2.5 MG ram ext. 40 MG HD  with 40 MQ tape EVU, 5 tapes, lax  modem, all Apple, $1795; cedar  doghouse, med. sized dog, $75;  desk lamps I light, $25 ea. 885-  2995. ��35w  DAHLIAS GALORE!  Come and enjoy over 400 varieties  in bloom. Orders taken tor spring.  Cut llowers available. Open Tues*  Sat., 9am*6pm, top ol Selma Patk  Rd. Don A Monty Shinn. 885-  9620. I38w  BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL  Typewrfter/WP rarely used. Smith  Corona SD660, portable etoc. 7K  memory and spallrlght, indudes  supplies and paper, $250 obo.  685-7866. I35w  STRAWBERRIES U-PICK$1(fc  Pesticide free. Picking days: Wed  and Salurdays, 6873 Mason  Road. 885-3506. ��35w  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer a/replacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humklfler  $65,686*9665. tins  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  (14024a  tfn  Full size camper frig, stove heeler,  $1500 obo. 886*2108. It  CEDAR SHAKES A LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 865*2138  or 885*5601. Un  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted A renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ll. deck, Iridge 1 stove  included, washer A dryer optional.  Excellent location, dote to ferry, In  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8860095. $39,900. Call to  view tins  QOOO HAY  (4.00/Bala Delivered  Straw $5 OOAiale  Garden Mulch Hay (3.50  Call Between 12-lpm  8(50357  Classic '69 bug, ragtop, runs  great, restoration candidate,  $5500obo.886-33B4.      I35cn  1964 Colt. AM/FM cassette, perfect mechanically, body nice.  $1200.885*7535. ss#35cn  MUST  SELL  ISMCIvytlir  tstunkyB sp.  aBMbaaMof  to move up  a  traw far too*. Cm  JD 401 loader, 80* bucket, 5000 lb  tork, exc. cond, $9500.865*7692.  I37w  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  886*7727. is  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  886*2546. ss  Musi sen 1981 Audi, 4 dr, dun,  w/sun tool. $2800 obo. 885*7233  or 885*2084. 13701  Classic 200Z BMW, good condition, $1200.8854762.     13701  1978 Dodge Volare 4 dr., some  rust, runs wai, $500.885*2540.  I37w  1980 Pontile Acadian, ntw muffler, brakes, battery, $500 obo.  Can aft. 6pm 665*3419.    I35cn  MHR.TOWINO  Mn/unoucraiRS  IMI080  Perts for most makes foreign  domestic, i wheel drive,  4 wheel drlwiiome do drive.  Some parts Installation  ���van**.  ooo to jo��yillfo  1989 Isuzu Trooper LS Special.  One owner, dealer maintained,  fully loaded plus; ski rack, running  boards ( cargo cover. Excellent  condition. $15,500 OB. 885*2272  1981 Hondi h/bk, sunrool, AM/FM  cassette, many new parts. $600  obo, 885*6352. ��6cn  '79 LTD2, netdl some work,  $300.6860759 aft. 6 pm. 13701  19(2 Volvo SW Clean and well  maintained. A safe and dependable second family ur, $4000  Obo. 685*3790. ��37w  TRACKER'89  4x4 hardtop, low miles, Immaculate condition, $6700.8860979.  #37cn  76 Maverick lor parts, drlveable,  new 14* tires, $150 obo. 886*  7895. ��37w  1986 Nissan Micra 2 dr., 4 cyl.,  std., exc. cond., $3200 obo. 865*  7063. ��36w  1981 Capri, runs good, needs  fires, asking $1200. Or will swap  for best aluminum cartopper. 685*  4109. '    #36w  1967 Chevelie Malibu, 2 dr, hard*  top, 3rd owner, mint cond., asking  $5500.883-9054. ��36w  1981 Chtv. Malibu 4 dr., good  cond., runs well, standard, $1000  obo. 885-9610. MOw  1985 Chrysler Lebaron 4 dr.,  loaded, lady driven, one owner,  66,000 kms., $3500 obo. 886-  9402. #36w  1988 GMC Jimmy 4x4, loaded,  auto, black w/leather Int., a/c,  AM/FM cassette, 160,000 hwy  kms, mint condition. Asking  $12,500.8850634. 13601  '79 MGB complelely redone, new  (res. etc., red, needs good home,  $4000.685*4862. I36w  1983 Datsun 280SX, California  import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-rool, tinted glass, gold A  black, exc. cond., $4300. 886-  0576. it  ���86 Sprint, 2 dr, while. Rum great.  $2,800 obo. BB6-2031 daya.   ss  1983 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr.,  auto., cruise, immaculate cond.,  $3950.883*9553. ��37w  1969 Dodge Caravan. 73,000 km,  7 pass., auto, V6, one owner, nice  family packer. 885*3281. MDL  5936  1986 Pontiac 6000, 4 cyl., fuel  injected, 4 dr., air., $2700 obo.  885-4804. ��37w  1990 Mazda 323 hatchback. 885-  3281. MDL 5936  '71 UMC 3/4 ton in good running  order automatic, $1895. 886-  8675. I36cn  Modified 1957 Ford F-100, CO  auto., PS/PB, power seats, custom  paint/inlerior 460 Lincoln V-6,  $6500.8850433.666-2694.i37w  '67 GMC 3/4 ton van, auto, p/s,  p/b, $6,900.665*7291.     I35cn  1962 GMC 818, V6 4 spd, good  condition, $1750 obo. 885*7578  after 5 pm. ��� I35cn  1989 -29 tt. Wilderness oy Fleetwood trailer. Top ol the line.  Queen island bed, microwave. AC  stereo system, large Iridge A much  more, (13,500 obo. 6860685.  I35w  '93 ��� 23 tt. Winnebago, diss A,  sleeps 4, avail. Sept. Approx.  $700 a week Call between 6 A  6pm. 8860212. ��35w  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 con*  drtion. 886*9025. SS  '86 Toyota cargo van. High 811. camper, 3 burner and oven,  mileage, good cond. $3200.686* furnace, sleeps 4, $1000 obo.  7781. 13501 Evenings 686*2265.        ��35cn  '75 Dodge one ton, 318,4 spd, 30' Kustom Koach trailer. Mud be  new clutch, good running cond. seen. 961 Cemetery Rd. Reduced  $2500 or Irede lor car of equal to $13,000 from $15,500. Mult  value. 8860969. I35cn sell. 6660693. 13501  79 Horizon, 4 dr., std., new dutch,  dree Recent Iront end wk., dean,  needs paint, $700 obo. 866*2620.  N*34  $1,000 OFF  TUESDAY ONLY  afcgt  1987 Ford Muttang  Fastback, fuel Injected, 4  cyl, 5 speed, factory air,  cassette, cruise, PDL,  sunroof, exceptionally  clean. Regular $4495  TUM. First $3495!  1983 Nissan Sentra  Rebuilt automatic  transmission, new rear  brakes and gov't safety  check. Exceptionally clean  and very, very economical.  Regular $2495.  Tuts! First $1485!  Mike Plimley  Centurion Auto  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500000.866-7969. ss  '86 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cats.,  summerA winter (res, low miles,  exc. cond., $7000 obo. 886*0960  eve* ss  '88 Cavalier Z24, VO, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  686*7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  ���86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  ss  1984 Mazda RX-7. 78,000 kms. 4  ntw Pirelli Ures, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebUfl clutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable A strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 tfns  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 obo. 685*3917.  tfns  1990 Honda CRXsl, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, vety  dean Inside A out, $10,000 obo.  686*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  tons, $15,000 obo. 8860623. ss  1966 Ford Meicury 2 dr., 6 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000 Obo. 883*2512. ss  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  665*7167 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 Obo. 8860648 (8  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 obo.  883*9234. 88  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  obo 686*7378 ss  1968 Fold Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886*752001886*2111. 88  '86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  ixc. cond., $3995.886-7150 or  8860213 SS  1963 Ford Escort L wagon, good  cond., $1250. Call avis. 885-  3675. ��35w  1965 Grand Marquis, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes, ar. oond., 4 dr.,  new exhaust system in '92, $4500  obo. 883*2054 eves. ��35w  1967 Toyota 4x4, mw tirei,  brakes, clutch, chrome magi, 6-  inch lift. $9,500.8850906.135cn  1992 Dodge Dakota 4X4 extended 9.5 ft. camper, 3-way Iridge, Dove  cab. 21,000 kmi. $14,500 obo. with (wen, sleeps 4, shower, good  MMMJ. �����    rwid,$251��0bo.8e5O532.#35w  19M VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chairs, sola bed.  Loaded. Only 77.000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000. 886*2342  or cell ��1-220*6261. ss  1961 Dodge Royal 1/2 ton p/u.  Fully loaded on gas and propane.  $2400 Obo. 8850856.      ��37cn  '91 Dodge Dakota 4x4 extra cab  pickup, vO, 5 speed, exc. cond.  $14,900,885*4662. ��37cn  '77 Ford Econoline camperized,  $900 obo. 686*2660.        ��37w  '80 Ford F-250, V8 auto., $2200.  886*7927. ��36w  '77 Toyota long box P/U, record,  motor, new clutch assembly,  brakes Iront A rear. Good tires A  battery. Runs Al. $1195. 886-  2040. I36w  1974 International Harvester  Scout, 2 WD, auto, removable lop.  Good workhorse. $1100. 865*  7657. ��36cn  1990 Chtv Suburban 4X4 Fully  loaded Silverado, immac. cond.  Only 45,000 kms. Extended warranty. Over $36,000 invested.  TOO many features lo list. Asking  $21,500.865*0676 or 885*4660.  ���36w  1967 Chevelie 2 dr, 5 spd hatchback, reliable. $1200.685-3670.  SSS3601  1975 Olds Cutlass, 350 engine,  swivel seats, nms good, $400 obo.  8860159. #37w  Classic 1971 Volkswagen S/W,  body and interior In great shape,  been in storage, needs tuneup.  $1500 dim. 863-2565.      *35cn  '92 Foid F150 4X4 XLT Larnat  Supercab . short box, 5.8 L V6,  loaded with options, 16,000 kms..  $20,000 obo. 6660568.       tm  '75 F100 pickup, 61,000 orig.  miles, VB, clean and reliable,  minor rust, $1200. Jim 886-3148  or 8860124. ��37w  1983 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic. $2800.885*5623 att. 6.  MMfiW  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 obo. 686*7648.  ss  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr., 4X4 and extras,  25,000 kms. Dave 8860878.  ss��34  1986 Ranger club cab w/canopy.  V6, aulomatic, very good cond.,  $5000 Obo. 8859869.       I37w  1961 GMC 5 ton single axle  dump, 87,000 kms., govt, inspected, $6500 obo. 8854804.   H37w  'Wrecking '63 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 883*9590 eves.   #35cn  '91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyl., 5  sp., 63,000 kms, new lires, $7395.  886*9500. ss��35w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  685-7518. ss  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 obo. 885*1949.  ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  886-7600. SS  '60 GMC 3/4 Ion, $2700 in exc.  cond. 886*7774 or 886*3027.   ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 666*3005 Bam*  5pm. tfn  1975 GMC 350 camper van, A-1  cond., no rust, $3600. (850995.  MBw  1976 LaSalle Travel Trailer, 28 ft,  fridge, stove, air cond., dl tumtct.  $2,900.8650306. tins  40 ft. 1975 RV bus, set up tor year  round living. Propane powered,  good motor, $15,000. See at Boot  Hill RV Park, top ol Cemetery A  Keith Rd., Gibsons. I37w  1988 GMC getaway van, low  mileage, 3-way Iridge, 3 burner  stove, microwave, and more, exc.  cond, $18,000. Would consider a  lull size pickup as part payment  8860874 alt. 5pm. ��37w  Car dolly (Kattote Autom) complete, w/light bar lor midsize, near  new, $1550 obo. 883*2246. #37w  17 II. 4 In Kellibm lishing  machine, aluminum, entr console,  60 hp Merc, Road Runner trailer,  VHF, sounder, $11,500.8860482.  (3701  1978* 4 HP Evinrude motor, $295  obo. 8850385. ��37w  Wanled - 20*35 HP Johnson or  Evinrude outboard for parts. Ph.  886*7951. I37w  Seeking 12 to 14 It. aluminum runabout with 10*15 HP motor. 885-  3790. #37*  P.H. Power A Sail Squadron reg. .  for boating course Thurs., Sept. 16  at P.H. Secondary School. Alao for  members A.P.. Seamanship. For  into call Emil Johnson 883-9203.  (37*  ttCHUTWUMR  ���aMRTim..,  OMlRllllttn-tf |  M.C.M.M.C.  M.N.A.H.3  M.A.B.V.C.   ���MarM  Surveyors and Consu|U1tt|  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2 261 cabin cruiser, ���Brand", classic  tranny, new Iront tires, needs style, cedar on oak, 316 Chrysler,  Inspection. $3250.886*3001.  ss many exlras. Good basic condition  ���84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500. " nee* ���*j���>;88t^27  836-8204 ss or message at 886*2558.  I37cn  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  ���** *���Hn*"1' *��y good cond, 351  aulo, $8500.6860301 ss    motor F.W.C. tnm labs w/md trail  er, $6495 firm. 8850120. 13701  6 ft. camper by Tri-Star Motor  Homes, Penticton. Stove, 3-way  fridge, furnace, dean, $1200 obo.  886-4206. *37cn  8 tt. camper, exc. cond., $1500.  885*7791. ��36w  13' Boler trailer, Iridge A stove,  $1600000.885*1943.      I35cn  74 VW van camper, exc. cond.,  $3850 obo. 8850917. tins  15 1/2 It. Sangster 50 horse Merc  dassic, $2,500.  12 It. Aluminum bott, 9.2 Viking  motor, one or both, offers. 686*  2860. (37w  Security Boat Storage ��� Hallmoon  Bay area, avail. Sepl 1. (85*2703.  (36*  26' M.V. fibreglass 440 Chrysler  power, dual controls, tow post,  excellent pleasure cratt or work  boat. $9000 obo. 686*2454.13601  1988 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, air, loaded. 8850281. MDL  5936  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100.886*  ism ss  '64 Honda Accord, sunrool. 5 sp.,  new Urea. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  8854054. SS  1991 Explorer 4x4 Eddie Bauer,  loaded wilh leather A CD player,  one owner. 885*3281. MOL 5936  '67 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950 Obo. 8860484. SS  1984 Escort; standard, needi  dutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., lie. lor parts,  $400 obo by end of Mfy. CtU 886-  2622. ths  ree  whon you  pay for 2 Inemrtlone  SO  A) daaiHeds musl be  pre-paid Iterate insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in fHhff Km Monooy or WitkMidtr  EdHio-i. Up to 10 words; 25 canb  I  L     - (tlat 1 ,,,nt-|  tor ���ooi qowmhmi wora.  Ftm: Lost, Found & Fm  tur* Boll ClatsUUda  $17 up to W words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  hy llimKlirl d-aodlio* aa fa*,, nalUUe for -*o*n���a*-ia*l aaa-Vaa-rlaaa-a  Coast N��ws  CUMSIFIID DIADLINIS:  MeMiatay MMm WNkuNbr  S IMA. THURSDAY NOON TUMDAY  Gibsons 886*2622 S*ch*h 885-3930 Coast News, August 30, 1993  28' Owactia Ciansa*! ��� Cn-naaufld  bridg*. haaad, gallty altaaps Iihii,  c/w dngy, uiivcyaKl 1992 at  JJh.lHH) jskaaiR S1 H.IMKI Ptaajaw  Art: 115-3372.  S.C. Power A Sail Squadron  BASIC BOATING COURSE ���  Chads, Navigation, Safety, Compass. Starts: Sechelt, Sept. 14;  Gibsons, Sept. 15. Pie-Register:  Len Lavender, 686-2762: Centra  Gas, 885*6117. I36w  24' fibrelorm, new rebuilt engine,  sounder, fridge, stove, head. elc.  $8000. 6860725 wknds or 439*  1652 Vancouver. I36cn  Brand new never used 12II. alum  boat Mirror Craft (resorter) Meic  motor 1979 7 1/2 HP. Exc. cond.,  $2000 lirm. Call aft. 5pm 886-  0560. I35w  16 tt. fibreglass canoe, red, $260.  865*7651. i36w  28 IL Trend boat, ideal lor lishing,  twin power, $35,900 or trade lor  property. 8850722. I39w  131/2 ft. fibreglass sailboal on aluminum trailer, exc. cond., $700  000.665*9209. ��36w  18 ft. Davidson sailboat. 4 sails, In  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninia  keel. 7.5 Honda, $3000 886*9224    Black, like new, 20,000 km.  ss    $3,500.886-4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  18 It. F'G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer. $3800.883-2297.        ss  24 II. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.883*9253.  ffa  *m i__  a~J��.  -  17'Double  Eagle  125 Volvo F.W.C. 290  with power trim & tilt.  Very dean, new trailer  $9650.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechalt, BC  885-4141  20' Houston  Glasscraft  Hardtop  V6 OMC 800 Drive  F.W.C. Good condition  $9500.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5837 Wharf Rd.,  Saehelt, BC  885-4141  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885*5278.  ttn  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9*200040*50*70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort. 883*2456.      tin  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold. $3500.8860457. ss  1992 Yamaha 9.9 hp, used 20 hrs,  like new, $1400.886-4714 or 686-  3132. I37cn  151/2 Ii Glasscraft W/20HP .John*  son A trailer, $1350.866-3113.  ���35w  '92 6 It. Horizon w/oars. New  $2500. Asking $1000 obo. 886-  0789. I35cn  19.5' Silveriine Cuddy, 188 Mercury motor A outdrive, good oondl-  bor. $7500.885-0621.     I35cn  Yamaha 650 LX Waverunner jet  ski. Good cond. $4500 obo. 886-  7531. I35cn  28 It. Bayliner cabin cruiser 10 It  beam, fully equipped boat at  Secrel Cove Marina, $15,000 obo.  922-1690. #35w  Two Chrysler 318 inboard engines.  One requires some rebuilding,  $1000; other is in tine running condition, $2000. For details call Buccaneer Marina. (66*7866,     ttn  16 tl libreglass runabout, 65 hp  motor, trailer, excellent condilion,  $2100.883*2990 mornings,    ss  Relic's aluminum 18 ft. jel boat,  $14,000,866-9421. ��35cn  16 ft. K.C. 70 HP 1968 Mercury,  very low milage, 7.5 HP 1983 Evinrude long shaft kicker w/eesy load  trailer, $6000-or with 61 Ford 1/2  ton, 75,000 kms., $10,000. All in A*  1 cond. 865*2361. I37w  Sailboal Cove, 29 ft. diesel sloop,  cedar on oak, VHF, very good  cond., $14,000.883*9361. ��37w  Windsurfer Hy Fly Nova $600 obo.  8860623. SS  28 It. Unity libreglass, new molor,  new winch, new carpels, electronic  lish finder, lots of extras. George  8660139. ss  1986 21 fl Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Merc-user, 170  hrs on beat, fully equipped lor fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. SS  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 686*  7255. SS  New Homes  Fran $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we will  lake youi Irade, car  boat etc.  Call colled  597-3322 tfn  1976 14x70 mobile home at  S.C.M.H.P., 3 bdim., W/O incl.  Asking $27,500 obo, home: 886-  6458 woik: 886*7124,       137*  New Paik  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents Irom $235/mo.  For into, call  597*3322  1986 CR60, $450 obo; 1983  Maxim 650, $800 obo. 686*2322.    SSI34  1976 Oohc 750 Yamaha, exc.  cond., many extras, sacrifice sate.  $600,683-2948. I36w  1967 Touring BMW K100RSLT,  38,000 kms., exc. cond. Includes  cover, helmet, tank bag, integral  cases, top case, gold, asking  $4000 obo. 8850387.       I37w  1978 Honda 400, good cond..  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886*7722 leave message,    tins  GSXR 750. low kms.. exc. cond.,  $6000.686*7484. ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.8864746. ss  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new.  otters. 8860622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 885*9512.  tm  For sale by owner 14x70 II mobile  home located in beautilul Big  Maple Trailer Patk. Contains 2 lge  bdrms, 2 full baths, pantry, new  carport, S, F, W. D. Bright space A  very dean. $45,000. To view, call  685-5929. ��36cn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, vety dean,  newly painted A renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge A stove  induded, washer A dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call to  view. tfns  1978 KZ 650, red, no battery,  $500.8660657. I35w  Yamaha Virago 920 cc, exttas,  $1375.8650362. 137*  Reliable long time S/C couple  seeking 2/3 bdrm. houaa to rent or  lease to own. Will redecorate,  maintain garden/landscape. Gibsons lo Hallmoon Bay. 886*2576.  (37*  Responsible, caring lamily ol 5  desperately seeking 3 bdrm*  home lor Sepl. 1. Prefer Roberts  Creek, Upper Gibsons area,  amount of space is prime consideration. 929-9627, Bill or Kim.  M6cn  Single, employed malt, smoker, no  pets, with refs. seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably furnished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gibsons suile OK too. Reply lo Box  393, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons. BC VON IVO.        tins  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Musl be reasonable. 686-  9665.Annie. tins  N/S working couple seeks cabin,  Gibsons/Rbts. Ck., Oct. 1 or sooner. Refs. available. Call collect  879*2695 alt. 6pm. ��37w  Granthams Landing beach cabin,  lumished accommodation lor Iwo  persons only. Short term per day  or week. 886-9236. I37w  Gibsons ocean view 3 bdrm. main  lloor home, F/P, sundeck, N/S,  $70O/mo. 886*4773. W7w  1 bdrm. basement suite In lamily  home avail. Oct. 2. ground level  separate entry. Lower Gibsons,  laundry hookup, utils. incl. rels.  req.. N/S, N/D, $525.886*7696.  (37*  One bdrm apt., Gibsons. Lovely  view Irom big bay window over*  lokkmg marina. Brighl A sunny,  new kilchen, bathroom, laundry.  Quiet secuie building. $650/mo.  The Westpofl 686-3420.   ��37cn  Shared accommodation, Roberts  Cieek, watedront. acieage. Available Sept. 1, $250/mo. 686*7774.  (3791  Small trailer, suitable 1 adult,  Cedars Trailer Court. 8650313.  ��37cn  Activate your green card ��� live in  USA while working in Canada. 2/3  bdrm. home, year lease, N/P, rels.  Phone 276O560rB50O252.��36cn  Avail, immed., modern 3 bdrm.  duplex, 2 1/2 baths, 6 appl., good  Gibsons localion near shopping,  schools. N/P, rets, req., $600/010,  885*9540. I37w  Sandy Hook, small 2 bdrm. Sepl.  15, $550/mo. 885*7719.     (37*  2 bdrm. trailer, W/D, Cedars Trailer  Court. 8850313. S37w  Waterlront Pendei Harbour, 3  bdrm. house, laundry, oil/wood,  N/S, avail. Oct. 1, $650/mo. 883*  9446. I37w  Watedront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay.  Fridge, stove, elec. heal, laundiy,  N/S, avail. Sept. 1, $400/mo. t  damage deposit. 683*9446.l35cn  Privale moorage on 317 Gower Pt.  Rd. Brand new construction lor  boat up to 26 ft. For Into call Arnold  925*2107. I37w  2 bdtm mobile ind addition, lenced  yard, w/d, Gibsons. Avail. Sept. 15.  $500,866*3013. 13701  New execulive home In Sechelt, 3  bdrm -a bonus room, 2-car garage,  21/2 balhs, 5 appl, gas l/p, n/p,  rets. req. Appointment only. Avail.  Oct. 1. $1300/mo. 886*9039.#37cn  One and two bdrms available in  Davis Bay home. Ideal tor student  or single parent. 885*7233. ��37cn  ROBERTS CHEEK  2 bdrm home, veiy dean and car*  peted throughout, 5 appl, rec room,  t/p, 11/2 baths, garage plus workshop and carport. N/P. N/S. Rels  req. $B00/mo long term, avail,  immed. 8650554 or 1*4350189.  #37cn  In need of affordable housing?  Please llll out applications al  Sechelt Town Hall or Gibsons  Town Hall. For further information  please call 885*7880.      ��37cn  2 housekeeping rooms ��� 1 at  $225/mo and 1 al $2807mo. Avail.  Sept. 1.8860539. I36w  1 bdrm. fireplace, skylight, mountain view, avail, immed., $500/mo.  a- utils. 8860539. ��36w  Lower Gibsons, 3 lg. bdrms, F/P  W/D, F/S, newly painted, $800/mo.  948*0384. I36w  3 bdrm. watertront cottage,  Redroolls Rd., avail. Sept. 15-May  15, $550/mo. N/P or smokers.  John Carter 885*2604.      *06w  Fully lumished 2 bdrm. condo al  Secret Cove, avail. Sepl. 15 or  Oct. 1,$65t7mo. 9260184 I36w  3 bdrm. ��� den, Roberts Creek on  acreage, W/D, F/S/D, $900/mo.  685*5728. ��36w  W. Sechett, clean, bright 1 bdrm.  suite, F/S, near store, laundiy, bus,  N/P, N/S, rels req. Suit single  working person, avail. Sept. 1,  $500/mo. 865*9810. I36w  House share available, Sepl. to  June, W. Sechelt. Suit prolessional  n/s, Refs req'd. 885*3506. ��35cn  Clean, quiet room, center ol  Sechelt. 885*9543. I35cn  Above ground new t bdrm suite  suitable lor single n/s person, 1  min. to ferry. $49tVmo, 8860474.  I36cn  2 bdrm., Roberts Creek, (600/mo.  (37*  S.C.M.H. Park home ��� f/place,  deck, $550.886*7400.      I37w  Newly decorated mobile home on  view lot in Selma Vista Park. 2  large bdrms, utility room with W/D,  deck, no pets, $545/mo.lease  avail. 8850898. ��37w  Spacious 2 bdtm. beech house on  Selma Park waterlront, avail. Oct.*  June, ideal for 2 persons.  $700/mo. rets. req. 665*7238.  (37*  Sechelt/Sandy Hook. Brand new  watedront home, upper two floors,  2 bdrm, 2 full bathrooms, apple.,  $850/mo. 1*2660419.     I36cn  ^  BCYCNA  BRIT1SH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  coKWUNrrv  NEWSPAPER*  ASSOCIATION  These ads appear In mort than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mort than 3 million readers.  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For Sale by  Owner, 100 Properties.  Oceanlronl.Lakelronl,  Streams, Ranchland located  throughout B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  available. Free brochure.  Nlho Ltnd A Cattia Company  433*5545.  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Call  free: 1*600-665*1138. Contingency lees available.  Simon. Wener A Adler.  TRAVEL  "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekends A Holidays stay with "Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals". Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi A Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE 1-800*667-  5528.          NETWORK CLASSIFIED  ADS  Race your ads In over  100 community newspapers lor only $225. Call  this paper or the  BCYCNA at 668*9222.  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm expensively furnished or unlumlshed, ocean  Iront condo. Appis, (replace, rec.  facility, adull complex, $1000/mo.  Long term lease desirable. Call  Andnsa885-4111. ��35cn  Tillicum Bay Estates, avail. Sept.  15, brand new waterfront home,  sandy beach, 3 bdrm., 2 bath,  appl., lease, $950/mo. plus utils.  Call 1-2660419. #35w  2 bdrm. apart., adults, middle  Sechelt. 685*9067. #35w  Modern 2 bdtm house on waterfront acreage w/panoramic view.  Near Secrel Cove. 5 appl. n/s, n/p,  adull oriented. $600/mo. 683*2423.  ���3501  Avail Sepl. 1, Porpoise Bay,  Sechell, one bdrm lower suite, 2  appl., shared w/d. $550 + util. NIP  N/S. Refs. req'd. 885-2159 after 6  pm or leave message.     t35cn  Avail. Sept. 1, Porpoise Bay,  Sechell, view suite, 2 bdrm, specious main lloor ol house, lge  deck, fireplace, l/s, shared washer  A dryer. N/P N/S. Refs req'd. $750  ��� util. 865*2159 after 6 pm or leave  message. I35cn  Hopkins, w/l. Sept. 1,3 bdrm, s/c  lower level, lull bathroom, sep.  laundry room, lge living room, 2  entrances. $700. Shared hydro.  6860483. ��35cn  Cozy and quaint, l bdrm cottage al  Granthams. View, close lo lerry.  Fum/untum. $575/mo. 8860689.  I35cn  1 bdtm apt., Lower Gibsons. New  kilchen and bathroom. Quiet,  secure, walk to all amenities, fully  carpeted, laundry. $590 A $640.  886-3420. *35cn  2 bdrm upper level ol house. Hardwood floors, f/p, newly painted,  deck with outstanding view, washer t dryer. 534 Sargeant Rd., Gib*  sons. $725 plus 1/2 util. Steve 1-  255-9924. ��35cn  3 bdrm duplex, 4 appl. Avail. Sept.  1.$850/mo. Call Neil 8860269.  #3501  New 2 bdrm. basement suite, own  private entrance and deck, great  view of Howe Sound, first 1/2 month's rent free, N/S, N/P, rels. req.  886*7490. I35w  Downtown Sechelt house. New  throughout, 4 appl., F/P, Ideal lor  couple or prolessional with in-  home office. Avail. Sept. t. 685-  4741. I36w  Bright 1 bdim. ground level suile in  quiet newer home, upper Gibsons,  semi-turn, or untum., N/S, no pits,  $500 inds utils, cable. 8680954  HI. 5pm. ��5w  1 rm bachelor suitew/kitchen etc.,  in triplex, Marine Dt., Gibsons,  $260.686*7136 or 857-1458.I35W  Perfect for couple. Charming 2  bdrm., 2 balhs house for rent on  Seaview Rd. in Gibsons. Very private with ocean view and Ig.  deck.Avail. lor possession Sept.,  $750/mo. Please phone 965*2564  or lax 9650562. ��35w  GEORGIA MIRAGE  One year old adult condo (mln. age  40). Top floor, end unit, 2 bdtm, 2  bath, l/p, 2 sundecks, 7 appl.,  enclosed garage, pitch A putt golf,  clubhouse. Short walk lo mall.  Beautilul ocean A mtn. view. No  pets. $875/mo. 8860824. I35cn  Gibsons, avail, immediately. 3  bdrm, view, large bright kitchen,  covered sundeck, large rec room  downstairs. Close to nice beech, 5  min. to Cedtr Grove School.  $900/mo. Long ttrm prelerred, n/s,  rets req'd. 8680575.       I35cn  One bdrm btsemenl suite In newer  house In Bonniebrook. Short walk  to beach. $500 Includes utilities.  Avail. Sept. 1.886*3575.   13501  Clean, wild, 2 ��� 3 bedroom home.  Avail, in Sept. in Langdale. 291-  7330. 13501  S bdrm. house  neer lerry...$1300 p/m  2 bdrm. townhouse,  central...$775 p/m  2 bdrm. duplex,  view...$600 p/m  <26fk  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  ���386-8107  Gibsons 1 bdrm. suite avail. Sept.  1, alto bachelor suite avail. Immed.  886*9376. ��36w  Lg. immac. 2 bdrm., 2 balh near  school, 4 appis., children welcome,  Sept. 1, $600.886*8206.    ��35w  Waterfront 2 bdrm. house, Gower  Point area, Sept. t-June 30,  $550/mo. 885-7119. ��35w  Spacious 1 bdrm wilh skylight,  $500,886-7018. tm  2 bdrm side by side sm. duplex Avail, immed., almost suite, pre*  close to school and shopping, lerred prolessional single female,  $475+uK.4320679after6pm.*' ^, N/P, Itel. rtq., $380/mo. Ind.  ��� ___ utils. 886*8920 or 9250728.136*  3 bdtm house, large deck, newly  renovated, Gibsons. $750/mo.  Contact Ken 8860901.     #36cn  1 bdrm. waterfront suile, bright, Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patk) A  dean, laundry, balcony, $3257mo. skylight. Uilities noi ind. $550Mh.  883*9177. #36w    866*7018. tfn  Lirge 4 bdrm., 2 1/2 bath on  acreage, W. Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1,  $90G/mo. 885*5919015200102.  (35*  NEW APTs ON WHARF ROAD  Two btdroom with balcony, 4  appl., laundry room A security  door. Three available. $800/mo  plus utilities. Rets. req. 6854103.  ���3801  3 bdrm duplex on 2/3 acre,  Roberls Creek. F/P, ensuite, 4  appl. $700/mo. Also 1 bdrm suite  down, $460/mo. Phone wknds  8860725 or Van. 439*1652.#36cn  Gibsons. 1 bdrm furnished cottage,  $450 + utilities. Suitable lor single  person or quiet couple. Quiel area.  Avail. early Sept. 886*9051.136cn  Gibsons, 820 Mountalnview. 3  bdrm, 3 appl., 1 yr. old duplex,  $750/1110.8860654.        ��7cn  1 bdrm cottage, Redroolls Rd. N/S.  N/P. $575/mo. plus utilities. Avail.  Sept. 1.885*5670. I36cn  2 bdrm Selma Park charmer, view,  refs., $585. Sept. 1.2240772.  ���36cn  The South Pender Harbour Waterworks  District is seeking a fully qualified person to  take on all operation and maintenance  activities lor a water system which  presently serves 8S0 connections.  Responsibilities Include:  ��� Watermain location and repair  ��� Chlorinator operation and  maintenence  ��� Meter reading  ��� Flushing program " \  All other activities pertain to the operation  of a rural water system.  It is anticipated that this will be a half time  position. On-call and some work will be  required.  Fully qualified individuals only should reply  in writing to South Pender Harbour  Waterworks District, P.O. Box 9, Madeira  Park, B.C., VON 2H0, outlining  qualifications, work history, and salary  expectations no later than September 3,  1993.  Time for a Change!  Our new classified ad  deadline is  Thursdays at 5 p.m.  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline on  Thursdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in the  "Too Ute to Classify"  category until the  following issue. Coast News, August 30, 1993  17  34. Help Wanled  Central Gibsons, three bedroom  apl indudes heet, $650 per month.  Lower Road, Roberts Creek, lower  floor ol home, one bedroom, $400  plus utilities.  Roberts Creek low bank Watertront property, two bedrooms,  $1,200 per month.  Two bedroom side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot water,  $525.  Spacious three bedroom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sept. 1. $1,250.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. ft. warehouse and ollice  space, Gibsons Industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  tfn  Stand Accom. North Rd., Gibsons, short term/Ideal lor mill student, avail. Sept. 1, Incl. mils, N/S,  $350. Call alter 6 pm. 8666095.  tfns  Fully lumished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  trom Gibsons Yacht Club A Marina. 886*3343. ttn  Immac. 2 bdim. townhouse, view,  Sechell, avail. Sept. l, $8007mo.  2 bdrm. 4 appl., walking distance  to Sechell. avail. Sept. 1, S8oG/.no.  1 bdrm. lumished, view apart. Jolly  Roger, $60O/mo.  NRS Stchelt Property  MtmQMwnt 965 9083  OFBCE SPACE FOR RENT  Two offices at Rockwood Centre  available October 1st to non-prom  groups wanting private, quiet  space in a friendly, co-operative  ambiance. $200 and $230 Indudes  heat and light. Phone 88S-2522.ttn  30x22 heated woikshop, 10 It. ceiling, central Sechelt. BB5-4804.  ���37*  SOX SO WORKSHOP Assemble light products al home.  Close to Gibsons. 2 bay woikshop Exrt. Income, easy work. Call lor  thai may be rented In half or lull. <li'**-'��y. ������< hra* (6��) K**"238"  Use tor storage, small business, ���**. ���*���**������ m  or? 865*4490. tin  Storefront rttail space lor rent,  1150 sq. ft. al $12/sq. It. In  Sechelt, avail. Sepl. 1, brand new  bulking. 865-9417. ��36w  For Rtnt ��� Seamount Industrial  Patk, light Industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq tt  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 686-2663 days, 866-9075  eves. tfn  Shirlo Home dewing. Wt aim to  meet your needs. 886*4614.l37cn  Gibaona Landing  EtateuiflMl fflda.  *-ffM*nnM,aabaonS,e.C  Furn. office and conloronco  room with oceanview tor rent  on a daily basis. Located near  marina and post office. Full  secretarial and admin,  services available. For Into  etll Bev tt SSSS320 er  UnkialMI-SOM^-nw'.  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  -Famaaaa*  *Wa  ���fa-art/ai  Grounds maintenance, window  cleaning, dump tuns. Casual/regular basis. Rob 886*3322. Reliable  references. I37cn  Roberls Creek Hill, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tin  CONSTRUCTION  aa^fVCuslom Framina  l( "Decks '  ��� Stairs  ��� Wood 5  ��iuin i ranting  oodSidino;    -.V  883-9775  55  X-  Supplement your income ��� work as  little or as much as you want ��� lots  of benefits. 6854720.       I37w  Busy salon looking for qualified  hairdresser. 886-2121, ask lor  Janice. tin  Turn over a new leal..become a  Totally Tropical sales consultant  and start earning F/T income while  working P/T hours. Sell a product  that sells Used. Call Joyce lor mora  details n-604-485-5775 (collect).  ���36w  Lord Jim's Retort Hotel ii now hiring p/l houiecleaning stall, p/t  morning and evening serving stall.  Apply in person w/resume. No  phone calls please. I35cn  Will do your small business bookkeeping in my home. 885-9561.  ���35w  Pressure washing A roto tilling,  reasonable rates. 686*7116.136w  ������novations a Sundtcki  Carports a laitmt Ms  ft mere .  Ouarantttd prim  A workmanship  JOI M��-tM7  PRUNING ��� European trained gardener. Rels. avail., fully insured.  885-9030. ��35w  .SCHOOL BUS  DRIVERS  Sechelt School Bus Service  Ltd. Is now accepting  applications for bus driven  for 1993*94 school season.  Applicants should hold a  valid B.C class 2 licence.  Bring resume to 6041 East  Porpoise Bay Rd. or mail to  Box 70. Sechelt, VON 3AO.  Inquiries to 885-2513.  IVmODUCMO  a^nA-*^  villaci: orrict eatcnaion  'SM-tt sua t_Uat aaas tJlltf  riekHperfex*rhotocopy%%  WonlPeVctsstat&iypiat  * ' ��� ���   f-aiaiJiiia U_.it tt i     Mi  /uuwtTsSejgsrnict'Meunaaamag  ..MtdKm...  SBOAUnNGINSMAU.  ���UDOSSB... wt CAN CUSTOMIZE  OUI lATBTOITT VOU! BUDGET ���  AXFOaANAINHmmffFMA  raiCOtamTAIWHTOPAYl  721VAnlU.  ������6-3320  New China Kitchen is now hiring  i^mT^mVV General labourers, root rapalr.rin*  person wrth resume. tfn    t^mt^1Ktm^_im  ...  i  Gen. labourer ��� house building removal. Seniors 10% discount,  requred. Must dnve, wiring experi* Iree estimates. Cell Grant or Mike  ���net I pk*. 8854286.      I37w    686-9694. ��35cn  35. Business &  Home Services  36   Work Wanted  Volunteers needed ��� Ticket sales  volunteers are needed lor the Storytelling Festival ' Fall Fair society  needs volunteers" The Salvation  Army needs a driver lo pick up lurniture bom donors. Truck and gas  is provided. ' A woodworking  instructor is needed to share skills  wilh a seniors group in Davis Bay,  Thurs. 1-2:30 pm. For these and  more opportunities call the Volunteer and Information Centre at  885-5661. ��34w  Full and part-lime help required  immediately, some hours suitable  lor students. Apply with resume al  Subway, Sunnycrest Mall.  I35w  Love to bake? All Babas Caie  needs part time help. Apply in person Gibsons Paik Plaza.    ��37w  STYLIST WANTED for busy well  established hair salon. Call Denise  6863916. I36w  Public person, 15*30 hrs. per  week, willing lo leim sales, forms,  stock handing. $7/hr. to start. Box  99. Granthams Landing, VON 1X0.  im  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Society is receiving applications tor the position ot Homo Support Worker. You mutt be In good  physical and emotional health and  have a car with a valid licence.  Preference will be given to those  with relevant training and/or experience working with the elderly  and/or disabled adults. Phone 885-  5144 lor more Information. I35w  A mature, responsible bookkeeper  lo assume accounting A reception  duties lor local small business.  Box 1282, Sechell, BC VON 3A0.  *35w  Travel Consultant  A growing travel agency requires  an experienced consultant. Must  be a 'team player.' Please send  resume to P.O. Box 369, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0. ttn  Roberts Creek Legion requires  door person tor most Fit. . Sat.  evenings. Call Dave at 886*9964  after 6pm. Un  Pari lime bakery helper needed.  Bakery, cake decorating, experience needed. Duties will Include  donut trying, packaging, customer  service and cake decorating. Apply  In person at SuperValu bakery,  Thurs. A Fri., Aug. 5 A 6, 9am-  1pm. ttn  BOOTH DGCORATMG  FMCISMDecwIon  ���Intaa-ior A Extanor Painling  Paper Hanging  ���**   Textures  Wood Graining  Stephen  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICES  Experienced, reliable, reasonable.  Lawns, beds, hedges, cleanup.  Rob 885*3232. 13501  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  Foil tttttnt Ul  All projects considered.  Fret estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  fOR IS YEARS  Female health care worker will  provide daily, overnight or live-in  care lor elderly or disabled. 13 yrs.  geriatric experience. Phone 886-  4886. I37w  Aval, lor small drywall and taping  jobs, exp'd. Call Alan 885*7080.  ���37w  For hire non union carpenter, carpenter's helper and labourer. 886-  0735 I37w  Light hauling, yard A basement  dean up, seniors discount. Norm  686*9503. I37cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  Iree eslimales, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576     tin  Nurse-aid seeks work. Home support, gardening, companionship.  Susan. 6864282. ��35cn  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 866*9257  I39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, ytrd  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885*3917. Die  38   Business  Opportunities  Retired and bored? You can  enhance your health and earn  extra income. 685*0472.    I37w  Color Your  World  Is seeking an aggressive  handfr-tm owner/operator  to purchase the currently  operating dealership  in Gibsons.  CONTACT US TODAY!  Bob Skinner  CoIof Your World Corp.  Unit 1-7160 Vantage Way  Delta. BC V4G llll  Telephone:  (604) 94004J3  We are pleased lo announce lhe  arrival of our beautilul baby boy  weighing 6 pounds, 121/2 ounces,  Dakoda Waller Charles Crosfield.  Proud parents are Walter Crosfield  and Sharlene Sully, excited brother Daniel tnd Silttr Justynt.  Proud grandparents are Gerald  end Rose Martin ol Gibsons and  Doug and Pam Howell ol Powell  River. Many special thinks to our  wonderful coaches Nanny, Garal*  dine and Krista. The biggest thank  you to our wonderful doctor lor all  his special care, Dr. Robert  Lehman. 13501  40   Too Lale  lo Classily  For Rent  Hopkins Ldg. watertront house.  Easy walk to terry, 3 bdrm. (or 2 ���  den), 2 baths, N/S, N/P, rels. 866*  89190T 1*274-6056. I37w  Spacious 2 bdrm. W/D, D/W. overlooking Gibsons Harbour, N/S,  rels. Sept. 7. 666*7955.    I35w  HtlpWanHd   Cleaning person/momingt 2 hrs.  per day, 6 days per week, lower  GitMons, SKVhr. B86-BS00 JUL tin  Announcements  Great business opportunity. Local  Dial-a-Bottle business for sale.  Call 6866005 alter 5 pm for more  HO. 13701  No woik on Ihe Sunshine Coast?  Buy yoursell a job. Excellenl  established relail business in Gibsons. Ask tor Ken 886*2277 or  David 686*3254 ��35cn  Smell affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care seivice, pie-  established clientele, llexible  hours. Call Sharon 885*2228.  sM35w  SECHELT KARATE CLUB (member otJKA, NKA, NASKA, Karate.  B.C.) is starting Its tall session  Sept. 15. Training Monday A  Wednesday evenings wtti t qualified experienced instructor. Beginners welcome. For more into cell  885-9273. M7w  I am no longer responsible lor any  debts Incurred other thin by  myself, Anne Page. Dated August  2, IMS. ��36cn  lamnolongarresponilblelorany  debts incurred other thin by  mysell, George W. Page. Dated  August 2,1993. ��36cn  PtttALhttloeli  Three sheep, breeding twet, $250  000.6864128. #37w  Wanttd  COASTAL CONSTRUCTION  Filming ��� Finishing ��� Renovations  ��� Plumbing - Repairs. Call Cliff  8864764. I35w  im VERSATILE  tk Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  * Motorized screen  lor topsoil  * Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  John Harrison  886-4859  BE SECUREI Steel security bars.  Fixed or removable styles. Custom  made. Cain -977*3457 toll iree.  ��35cn  Outbuildings / Additions / Renovations / Repair rot and insect damage. 885*6070. ��35w  Nab Stinger Seivice 6864962.  ��36w  Licensed electridan lor new house  wiring, home renovations, repairs  to electrical appliances and receptacles. No job too small! Call 885*  4202. I35w  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sdariums, No job loo small. Bill at  866*0360 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. tfn  DOWN TO  EARTH  Gardening Servlcet  We specialize in  working wilh people  Kathryn MumoIIi  885-3458  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimales. 885*2109.  tfn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, palm, carpentiy, drafting, free eslimates. Relerences  available. 8863463. tins  CULTURED MARBLE  Jolted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. tin  Experienced caregiver, my bright  happy homo, first-aid, TLC, ref's.  8664527. I36cn  Babysitter required, 2 children,  Mon.-Thurs., 8:30*2:30. Rels. req.  8854818. I36w  Opening 7 days a week starting  Sept. 7, licensed Kiddle Cat Daycare. Trained staff, near W.  Sechelt school. 885*7759. ��36w  Jack and Jill Preschool has openings lor 3 yr. olds In September.  Please phone 886*2275.    ��35w  Teddy Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces for 3*5 yr. olds and  alter school age children. Call 885*  2721. I36w  Daycare available evenings, weekends and shill work. 886-8905  anytime. ��36w  Exp., responsible care for your little one(s) in my sale, comfortable  home. Lots ol TLC, toys and nutritional food. Refs. avail. Reasonable rates, flexible houis.  686*2227. ��37cn  Looking lot childcare, my home or  yours, near Davis Bay Elementary.  For 3 and year old and 8 year dd,  alter school, Mon.-Frl. Please call  865*5322. 13501  The Hallmoon Bay Child Care  Cenlre is now accepting tan registration throughout the month of.  Aug. for children agep 16 mos. ��� 5  years. Registration for aged 6 to  12 yeais will take place at the Halfmoon Bay Childcare Cenlre on Friday, Aug. 27, Mon. Aug. 30 and  Friday, Sept. 10 Irom 1 pm until 5  pm. Please call 885*3739 for further information.  The O.O.F. Summer Fun program  will finish on Tues. Aug. 31 and the  Kinderdub, and out-of-schod programs will start up again on Monday, Sept. 13. ��36w  The Klnderstop licenced daycare  in Haltmoon Bay will be taking fall  registration throughout the month  of Aug. This daycare service is  only lor children enrolled in Under-  garden. Please call 885*0845 or  885*3739 for further inio.    ��36w  MOUY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos-school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, wtti  trained stall. 886*3913.     I37w  Needed for 2 girls, my home, 3  days per week, rels. req. 886-  7116. ��36w  Spaces still avail, lor Nine-Three-  Seven After School Child Care at  St. Bart's church hall, North Rd. A  Hwy. 101, 3*6:30pm 666*2064 or  866*7118. tfn  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSQVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Potest A Gardtn  Dealerships  available for Stchtlt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Fridge in good cond. 865*7492.  I37W  FumHurt  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT-GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886*8460  Sechell: 885*6422  tm Site UteuaftmtMf  3'x5' teflnished oak otlice desk,  feminine flair, $300; refinished crib,  Large couch, 2 chairs, suitable lor  rec room, S200 obo. 6864897.  ���37w  Brown brocade chesterfield A chair  In good cond., $150; black vinyl  rocker, $125; colfee table, $15.  886*7272 alt 6pm. I35cn  For SHe   Chrislmas tree, artificial, fire retar-  dant, Northern pine, 6'*7' high,  used once, $60; kettle barbecue,  21', used once, $25; Kenmore  microwave with Instruction book,  500 waits, 0.5 cu. It., first dass  condition, $75.885*2047.   ��37w  Firewood tor sale, price varies to  location and order. Get ready for  fall tnd winter and save money.  Also dry seasoned maple. 866-  4899 Dale. t37w  Trucka  1960 3/4 ton GMC 4X4,350 standard, mechanically sound, $2500  Obo. 886*4899 *37w  BradB.  Each one musl choose how Ihey  will expert life. I think to say  "open" and 'mamage' it to contia-  (Jctonetelt.  The meaning of marriage, as/  htmperoiA-K.lt is tafateifit  carkng together w*ft Integrity end  rammftmerrl, to honor the God  within each other and loloster the  greatest posslife growth.  How an orieniraritap^Cim contribute to this I lailtosee.lt scatters the tocus that belongs to the  ont.  Now, Ha marriage itself is not  compatible then I don't know what  you would be doing there in the  firsl place. If you have joined in  union and find lhat you have  grown In rjtfetent directions, well,  hooray for both ot you. Be blessed  and joyous and move to more  compatible surroundings.  Thar* you for the good times. ITs'  Una lo move on,  PUT.  COTTRELL'S  MARINE SERVICE  24' Sea Ray C/B,  rebuilt 454 Mercruiser, 25 hours,  TR leg. fresh water  cooled, new Merc  alternator & starter,  new carb, new  ICOMIC-M120  VHF radio, new  X25 Lowrance  sounder,  new Norcold  fridge, new electric  head, completely  refit, stainless rails,  teak hatches & trim,  pressurized fresh  water, many other  extras,  for QUICK SAU  at $25,000.  1051 Sunshine Coost Hwy.,  Gibions 116*3005  76 F-250 4X4,390 propane, luBy  new mattress, $100. 686-7210 hinctlonlng. Also 76 KZ1000 md.  eves. only. I37w   parttblkt. 665*7768,       ��37w  EXTRA/EXTRA.'  Drop off your  coast now  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  IM Canteen  QET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  KBIT'S  ���Sodc art aaaaa  aBsantnmilat  jh.H6-.B-tt  triaBOSttlanyftni  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning - Trimming ��� FertHlzing -  Gaiden Clean-up  Commercial A Residential  8860160 Iv. mess.  tfn  Need your house cleaned? Reliable woman available. Good rels.  8666314. ��37cn  I am a 49-year-old execulive and  prolessional tnglnttr with 27  yeais ol sound managerial experience. I enjoy woiking wtti a team  and have extensive experience In  the design, construction tnd operations management ol major projects. I tm will accustomed lo  dealing with ill levels ol govern*  ment and have recently completed  the permitting process tor a residential developmem in the Lower  Mainland.  While living In West Vancouver al  present, my wile and I will become  permanent residents ol Pender  Harbour next Spring.  II Is my hope to work with and possibly invest in, an established Him  wilh potential lor growth on the  Sunshine Coast. At this stage I do  not wish to limit my choice ol  future endeevours to any particular  lint of business. Instead, I look forward lo considering all possibilities, before selecting a new career.  I enjoy hard work and a chalkinoe  and would be available to assume  new responsiblities in Ihe Fall ol  this year.  Should my plans and experience  be consistent with your requirements, I may be contacted by telephone (921-7267) or FAX {921-  7254) lo arrange a meeting. A  detailed resume and excellent references are available upon  request. I37w  Notice Boar  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  nu***"  MONDAY, AUOU8TM  Sunahlne Choristers tall season  commences with rehearsals at St. Hilda's  Church, 7 pm. New members welcome.  Into: 685*2958 or 685-2806.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 31  Blue Moon Calibration family potluck  picnic, Cliff Gilker Park. 4:30 pm (picnic al  5:30). Bring a dish to share A all you  need lor a picnic (plate, fork, drinks,  blanket). Sponsored by the Women'e  Resources Society. Info: Carol, 865-6128  or Denise, 886-8847.  Abhelmtra Support Qroup meeting, 1  pm, Amenities Room, Heritage Apts..  Kiwanis Way, Qibeone. Info: 886-2673.  All welcome.  WEDNEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1  sechelt Gordon Club meeting, 7:30 pm,  St. Hilda's Church. Topic: successes and  failures of summer. Everyone welcome.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS  Award-Winning Acoustic Guitarist Don  Roee. Roberta Creek Hell. Opening eel  by Dan A Ceridwen and special gueete.  Doors open 7:30 pm.  FRIDAY A1ATURDAY, tEPT. 1A 4  Native Cultural A Theatre Arte Boelety  presents Kahurangi Dancers ot New  Zealand, Spirit Song Native Theatre  Company, David Campbell A Camp  Salish Youth Perlormere. Friday A  Saturday, 8 pm, Rockwood Centre North  Wing. Tickets $10. $8 children's matinee  Salurday et 1:30 pm. Tickets available at  Rockwood, Roberts Creek General Store,  Perty Shop A Coaet Booke. A  coproduction with the Rockwood Centre  Storytelling Festival.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4  Swap Mate). Pender Harbour Community  Club, Medelra Park, 10 am. For tables,  phone 883*9603.  WEDNEIDAY, SEPTEMBER I  Olrl Guides of Cenade Elphinstone  District, Roberts Creek (Pine Rd. to  Camp Olave ONLY). REgistreton lor aide  age 5*15. Roberts Creek Community Dee  Room, 6:30-7:30 pm. All glrle interested  in Pathfinders in the Gibsons-Roberts  Creek ares to register el this lime also  Into: 885*2660.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10  Storytelling Festival volunteer  orientotlon/porty lor thoee already  involved and thoee interested In joining.  Come find out what it's all about!  Refreshments served. 5:30 pm,  Rockwood Centre basement. Info: Joan,  885*2522.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  S.C. Fell Felr, Kinsmen Hall, Dougall  Park. Encourage thoee tometoes A  pumpkins, take thoee photographs  Helpers A judges needed. Regieter lor  craft space now. Into: 888*9058.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  Frlende of tht Secheh Public Library  preeent the Ineugural HELEN DAWE  LECTURE, to be given by Howard White,  entitled The Import.nc. ol Regional  Culture. 2 pm, St. Hilda's Church Hall.  Refreshments. Tickets S5 at Talewind  Books. All proceeds to Sechett Public  Ubrary.  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14  Olrl Guides of Cenede Hunechin  Dietrict, Sechelt tree. Registration for  girls ege 5-15. St. Hilda's Church Hall,  6:30epm. Info: 665-2661.  Sunshine Coaat Home Support  Society Hospital Ineervlce, 4:30 pm, St.  Mary. Hospital Board Room.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II  Olrl Quldee of Ctntdt Kwaechem  Dietrict, Pender Harbour area.  Registration fore girts age 5-15. 7 pm, St.  Andrew'e Anglican Church. Into: 883-  2619.  Olrl Ouldes of Ctntdt Elphinslone  District, Qlbsons tret. Registration for  girls age 5-12 but there are no unite In  place aa Leaders are needed. St. Mar/e  Church Hall, 6:30-7:30 pm. Voluntaere  needed. Orientation and training  available. Inio: 665-2660.  MISCELLANEOUS  Hunter Otlery prttente landscapes end  crafts by Marilyn Rutledge. Through Sept.  17.  Sunshine Catet Arte Ctntrt: Mona  Hemill's Dretmtlgtrt, ligurative and  landscape peintinga of exploratory lorm  and monumental scale. Through Sepl.  12,10em-4 pm, Tuet-Sat; 1*4 pm, Sun.  Elphinetont Pioneer Mueeum A  Qibeone Feed link: For Ihe entire  month of Auguet, a percentage ol the  evening dessert ealee at the Hillelde  Family Reetauranl (Seaview Plata,  Qlbaona) will be donated to Ihe  Elphinstone Pioneer Mueeum and  Qibeone Food Bank. A delicioue  opportunity for you to aid two non-profit  aocletiee. 8864232.  Porpolat Bty Provincial Park Visitor  Programs: Thurtextye. 7:30 pm: What to  do if you're loet in the forest and how lo  avoid gelling lot! In Ihe flrel place.  Frldeye. 2 pm: Diecoverlng which  animals live in the loresi. Fridays, 8 pm:  Legends Around the Campfiro A making  musical Instruments. Please bing e lawn  chair lundayo, 7 pm: Learning about our  native flora. 35  The Ot Tttn Ctntrt It loceted et  Brothers Park, next lo Ihe baseball llekje.  We are open Thure. 4*6, Fri. 4*9,  Set. noon*10 pm and Sun. 1-8, For more  Info call 866*0496 during theee houra 35  Elphinetont Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd.. acroae Irom Poet Olfice,  Qibeone. Diapiays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair ecceeeible.For  hours ol opening or lo book a tour 888-  8232.  Pender Herbour Aquatic A Fltneee  Centra. The centre reopens Set., Sept.  11, 2*4 pm lor program registration  including tltneee, ewlm lessons, swim  team, synchro, yoga, adapted aquatics,  lifaeevlng'llfeguarding, fat aid. CPR,  RLSSC Inatructor, weight training, ehl-  atxu, gymnastics A dance. Bring your  teddy bear lo Ihe Teddy Bear* picnic A  ewlm for tree. There will alao be games A  prizee. Info: 883*2142.  Ptrtnt-Tot Drop-In A Summer  Adventure* 'IS: the Parent-Tot Drop-In  In Sechel A Wileon Creek it closed end  will re-open Ihe lirat week ol October.  Into: Karen Scott, 888-8646 or  Community Seivices, 885-5861.  Free Backyard Pool Setety Tour: volun*  leere from the Canadian Red Cross nrlll  visit your home to asaeee the satety of  your pool. For fret appointmtnl, ctll  Debbie Mttheny, 431 -4200. 36  Child Heath Clinic In Gibeona Aug. 31.  Tuberculin Skin Tooting A Travellers  Clink In Qibeone and Sechelt, Aug. X.  texually Transmitted Dtteete Clltlt:  Phono for appointment In Qibeone 888-  5600. Sechelt 685*6164.  Prtnetel Cltttti: Next Lett Cleaa  Settea commences Sept. 21,28 A Oct. 6,  Qibeone Health Centra. To regieter, ctll  886*5600 (Qibeone) or 685-5164  (Sechett). Register early - claaaee fll up  quickly.  tingle A Praam-it? Call tho Health Unk -  866*5600  Hotpltal Tour: phone St. Mary't Hoopkal  twkchboard, 885*2224.  Perant A Baby Drop-In: meel other par*  ante A diecuee common concerne.  Tueedaya, 1:15*3:30 pm, 494 S. Fletcher  Qibeone and Wedneedaya, 1-3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, Sechel 31  School Entry Booster CUnlee: t booet-  er dose ot diphtheria, tetanus and pertua-  ale le important for children entering  echool. Qlbeons. 868-5800. Sechelt, 885-  5164.  ���rottt ttlf-Eitm Clinic: eecond  Monday of etch month, 7-0 pm, Qibeone  Heelth Centre. Enquiries pleaae call  Denise Olsen (mtdwile), 8866647. 31  MONDAYS  B.C. Breeetfeodlng Support Oroup  monthly meetlnge for anyone wkh questions/concerns or just to meet new moms.  Into: Laurie, 866*7600 or Roxanne, 886-  3230. 36  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Qroup  meete every other Tueedty, Kirkland  Centre, Davie Bay, 1 pm. Info 665*5661  or 6686389.  WEDNESDAYB  toundwovoo Chonae under the direction  of Chrytlal Unrau will begin He llll eeeaon  Sepl. 15; Wed. evee 7*10 pm. Now members welcome. Inio: Pern, 885*7502.   39  Needleerte Support Oroup, 9:30-11:30  tm through Nov. 24, Sechett Ait Centre  studio 18 lee. Into: 885-2516 39  ���enlor Painling Orovp (eny media)  begins Sept. 15. 1*4 pm, Senior Cenlre,  Sechell. 39  Tooetmttttrt begins Sept 8, 7:30*t:30  pm, Frank Weel Community Youth Room,  Firehall, Chester Rd.. Gibsons. Info: 665-  3742. 36  THURSDAYS  SC's Weight Lote Support Oroua  meetsaftemoone I2.30*230pm.call886*  2692, and evenlnge 6:30<8:00pm, call  686-7159, at tho United Church,  Glassford Rd., Qibeone.  Noedleorte tupport Oroup, 730*9:30  pm through Nov. 25, Sechelt Art Centra  studio. 56 lee. Into: 685*2516. 39  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Oaribaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7*9 pm.  Confidential eervlce ��� everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Inio: 885-7770.  SATURDAYS  OM Orowth Toura ol the Caren Range  throughout July, August A September.  Meet et Wildlife Rehab Centre, Trout  Lake Rood, Halfmoon Bay, 11 am to car-  pool 4x4a or trucks or to catch a rented  van. For more info: Frlende of Caren,  885-2366 (mees).  Bt. Aldan Close Propoeed Seniors  Housing Community open houee 10:30  tm-12:30 pm, SI. Aldtn't Hall, 1164  Roberts Creek Rd. 35 18            Coast News, August 30, 1993  THE TIMBER FRAME COMPANY  ��� ham pomes       /      _%\\\_.    ^-v      ��� strtss-skin  qf Douglas (ir    /     a^^^l^s.      \      poiul tneiasures  ��� Cumoih design    1         f* (��-1 ^Cl        1    ��� ixilt or write  services           V          o~"S          /       ''"'' ���"','"'"'"  R.R. 3,                  m-m-  Powell River, B.C.  VSA SCI            (604) 487439t  Maurice Shapiro  Crown validates Strait Alliance case  rt"w;**'i "mre'Tye tinniimiiinitmm  HAWHOUDAn*OTOIHOMISALIS  20't 22' & 24*  Gently used models  816-9025  or 116.8481  by Darah Hansen  They haven't won a conviction yel. but  members of the Save the Georgia Strait  Alliance say whal they have pained is the  next best thing.  The provincial crown counsel's office  announced last Wednesday it will lv taking  over a private prosecution spearheaded last  May by the alliance against the Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRDi  What thai means, said alliance clean  waler campaigner, Miranda Holmes, is Ihe  case against the GVRD will likely now be  treated with greater seriousness by the  courts. The court system has a tendency to  downplay prosecutions brought on by private  organizations or individuals, she said.  The charges against the GVRD stem from  independent tests conducted earlier this year  by Vancouver environmental consultant John  Werring and the alliance.  They allege on six separate occasions raw  sewage and storm waters loaded with toxins  flowed directly from out a GVRD combined  sewage outfall into Burrard Inlet.  But the problem is much larger lhan these  six occasions documented, said Holmes.  Quoting from Ihe GVRD's own liquid  waste management plan, she said their combined sewage overflow system is one of Ihe  worst polluters of the Georgia Strait and surrounding waters - discharging 62 billion  litres of unscreened, untreated sewage and  toxic wasle waters into Vancouver Harbour  and Ihe Fraser River every year.  Holmes said problems wilh the GVRD's  sewage system has been under discussion for  the past 20 years before the alliance finally  look action.  A date for trial will be fixed Sepl. 8 in  Vancouver. If found guilty, the GVRD could  face fines totalling $1.8 million.  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  STORA  ��� 10,000 sq. ft. of heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTR.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  Pender Harbour Customers  HWY. 101. GIBSONS      Please call collect        886-2664  We're more than just tires!  AUGNMENT-fe COMPLETE  (SUSPENSION CHECK & LUBE  H  2 WHEEL  $42.95  4 WHEEL  $54.95  Coastal Tires  Salmonid  Society  reels in  $40,000  The Sunshine Coasl Salmon  Enhancement Society has been  awarded $40,000 of provincial  funding which will allow it lo  carry oul some needed stream  surveys and upgrading of thc  Chapman Creek halchcry.  Hob Anstead, hatchery manager, said the society recently  found oul it hud been awarded  ihe money, after submitting a  proposal earlier this spring.  Money will be used to hire  three people - including one  Sechelt Indian Band technician -  to survey local spawning areas  and assess how many fish are  returning. The work will last  four months.  As well, some funds will be  used to restore existing tanks,  remodel facilities and upgrade  surroundings al the hatchery, "to  turn it into a place the community wanls to use," said Anstead.  This spring, the hatchery will  release between 800,000 and one  million salmon. Anstead hopes  to build those numbers up lo two  million over the nexl five years.  Between September and  December this year, the hatchery  hopes lo collecl 100,000 coho  eggs, and half a million each of  chum and pink salmon eggs  from adults returning lo the  hatchery.  CUSTOMER  SUPPORT SYSTEM  NEWSLETTER  Can your carpet be bad for you?  Today, indoor air quality  ha. become an important  environmental issue lo many  Canadians, and rightly so.  We spend 90 per cent of our  time at home or at work, often  in energy-efficient buildings  with low fresh air ventilation.  Add to that the introduction  of new building supplies and  furnishings, and you have the  potential for a buildup of  indoor air pollution.  Questions have been raised  about pollution from many  interior products, incluiling  new carpet. It is true that  new carpet can give off low  levels of chemicals, but these  are extremely small when  compared to other prrxluct*  unco indoors.  In response to these  concerns, lhe Canadian  Car|>el Institute (CCI) hau  joined with its fellow  institution from the U.S. to  establish ihe CCI/CRI Indoor  Air Quality (IAQ) Prop-am,  which nets Mundards for  a'hemieul release from na*w  carpel products.  We at Dunni|'i care about  your health, anil want you to  lac ba*tter informed about lhe  productl you bring into your  home. Here are nomc  common <iucstion* peopla*  have about new carpet:  What dura the CCI/CRI  IAQ hilicl mean?  ft means the carpel has met  and passed the requirements  of the Indoor Air Quality test,  which requires that lhe total  chemicals given off lie less  than 0.6 mg per square metre  per hour. This it extremely  low compared to other  products (see chart above).  PRODUCT COMPARISONS  total release of chemicals (at first 24 hrs.)  ��75.0  ll  w -S,  *  2  10.0  u  i  III  c  0  III  an  III  I     5.0  ��� 1 1  ���    4.0  III  3,0  2.0  to  -������III  C  -��;.c �� *   .��>    ��*  (IS**                4*  While some people hare claimed ill effects from chemical  release from netr carpet, chances are their reactions were to  one or more olher products pul in tlte home at the same time.  How much pollution is  caused by new carpa-l?  Chemicals emanating from  carpets are much less than  chemicals emanating from  other proalucts used inilmir".  such as paints, painl  strippers, wood finishes, etc.  Is carpet bad if I ran  smell it?  Not necessarily.  New  carpel ��� like new cars ��� can  have an odor.  Usually lhe  odor is gone within a week,  sometimes in days.  How can I help llie  ��2W^i  clii-inieals -caa away fastiT?  Ventilation is very  important.  U'uving doors  and windows open as much as  possible for the firsl 48-72  hours, and using your  heating/air conditioning  system, will sliced the  ventilation of new car|H*t  products.  How can I get more  information?  Contact the Canadian  Carpet Institute at I-8IHI-882-  8846 or call Daniel's al 886-  7112.  Inlormation provided by  Consumer s Corporate  Affairs Canada and Health  inada and F  Welfare Cai  709 HIGHWAY 101.  Good work recognized  Sunshine Coast Environmental Youth Corps workers Nlckl TJensvold and Eddie Paul accept a  $500 cheque from BC Hydro district manager Wayne Turner Thursday, Aug. 26. The two  university students have been cleaning up garbage from around the Sunshine Coast this summer.  Gibsons' descendant dies at 71  Frederick Ross Gibson, great grandson of Gibsons' founder George Gibson, died in Victoria  Thursday, Aug. 26 after a lenghty illness.  Frederick was born June 21 1922 at Twin  Creeks, Howe Sound, the eldest son of Fred and  Isabelle (Glassford) Gibson. He spent his early  years in Gibsons before joining the Royal Canadian  Navy.  He signed up with the RCMP in 1950 and  enjoyed a career that took him across BC, the  Northwest Territories, Quebec, Nova Scotia and  eventually the nation's capital.  Taking a pension, Frederick returned to Gibsons, where he joined the BC Ferry Corporation  working at the Langdale terminal before being  tranferred lo Swartz Bay and eventually Salt Spring  Island. He retired as assistant terminal manager.  He was member of long standing with the Gibsons Legion, branch 109. He was also a big contributor lo the Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, said  manager Lola Westell. He is survived by his wife,  Grace, daughter, Stephanie Kaufmann of Surrey,  two grandchildren, sister Lenore Inglis of Gibsons  and two brothers.  The funeral service is being conducted today at  St. Luke's Anglican Church, Victoria, 2 pm. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society,  2206 Richmond Road, Victoria, BC, V8R 4R5.  Cultural exchange program sees  Sechelt girl bound for year in Italy  by Darah Hansen  Arrivederci Sechelt. Goodbye, goodbye to home.  Fifteen-year-old Chatelech  student Brittany Decker bids her  farewells to the Coast this week  in preparation for a journey to  Italy where she will live and  study for one year.  "(It's) just like a dream come  true," said Decker in an interview days before her departure.  Decker is participating in a  cultural exchange program run  under the Canadian branch of  the American Field Service.  She was selected among  other students after a series of  interviews which showed her to  be a student of good standing  with an "adaptable personality."  Under the program, Decker  will stay at the home of a host-  family and attend school in the  language of that country for a  year.  Thai means no going home at  Christmas, no visiting with  friends or relatives during the  year - "complete assimilation,"  said Decker, who admitted feeling a bil nervous over the whole  Brittany Decker  experience.  Her biggest concern?  "Sitting in class and not  understanding one word the  teacher is saying. That's a recurring nightmare."  But overall, she's excited.  "My main goal in life is to visit  every different country in the  world.  "I figure this is a good place  to start."  The past few months Decker's been busy learning a "functional" level of Italian as well as  studying the country's customs.  And from information gathered so far she figures her year  in Italy "will be interesting."  She'll be living in the small  town of Modena, situated in the  Emilia Romagna district, "just  below Venice," she says.  The town, about the combined size of Sechelt and Gibsons, has a population of  180,000 and rainy weather to  keep her from becoming too  homesick.  Decker will attend school six  days per week at an all-girls  technical institute.  She said she's already spoken  with her host-family, a young  couple, via the telephone and  described them as "great."  Decker leaves for Italy Sepl.  2, the day of her 16th birthday,  and will stay in the program  until the following June. She  plans to travel Europe when it's  over wilh her mother and a  friend before coming back home  to Canada.  i I  i!  #2  HOW A SEPTIC  SYSTEM WORKS  ���   ������*���     .'     *   ���-   -J      -   1  JT"  -\  Sludge n.  JlU'JgC v  ! I  Waste is piped to the septic tank where bacterial  action breaks it down into sludge, effluent (liquid), and  scum. Liquid flows out through a distribution box which  channels it through perforated pipes in the drainage  field. Baffles keep scum out of the pipes.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  866-7064 (collect)  A  Jamiefon  .Automotive  Distributor for  Canwest Plastic Ltd.  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