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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria B.C. S8 V8V 1X5  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  July 19,1993 Volume 47 Issue 29  Breast cancer figures discounted by officials  by Derek McNaughton  The number of women dying from  breast cancer in Powell River in 1990  was double the provincial average, a  recent Coast-Uaribaldi health report  reveals.  And according to Statistics Canada  figures, British Columbia last year  reported the highest rate of breast cancer with 22 per cent more cases than the  national average.  The 1990 health figures for Powell  River show about six women in every  1,000 died of breast cancer, compared  with the BC average of three per 1,000.  Furthermore, in the five year period  between 1983 - 1987,  74 new cases  Powell River leads nation in statistical incidence of the disease  were reported in Powell River - a figure  12 per cent higher than the provincial  rate.  Health officals, however, say the figures are not cause for alarm. Mary  McBride, an epidemiologist with the  BC Cancer Agency, says the numbers  are not "statistically significant." It may  appear that more women are dying of  breast cancer, she said, but from a purely statistical point of view, "my figures  show there is no problem."  McBride did admit that "BC has for  some years had a higher rate than the  national rate, that's not a recent phenomenon). And "we do think it is higher in BC than the rest of Canada."  Yet determining whether the figures  should be cause for concern still  remains nebulous. "Well that's the  essential question isn't it." she said.  McBride summarised the causes of  breast cancer to four factors: how old a  woman is at the age of her first birth,  the length of time between the onset of  menstruation and menopause, genetic  factors and diet. "If there is a problem,  what to do about it is the real problem,"  she said. "You can't prevent it, you  can't change your genetic background."  Not everyone, however, is comfortable enough to ignore the health unit's  findings. Women are speaking out. and  people are asking questions.  "What could be the cause of this?  Are there more women working in the  Salmon stocks  rebound, catch  quotas contested  by Jane Seyd  Near record levels of salmon  are expected lo return to BC  rivers this year, which should  mean increased catches for commercial fishcnnen.  This week, the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)  announced strong returns of both  sockeye and pink salmon to the  Fraser and Skcena rivers.  A total catch of 40       million, including 12  million sockeye and  25 million pinks, is  predicted, That's  close lo previous  records in 1985 and  1986, when 41.8 million and 39.8 million  salmon were caught.  On Ihe Fraser River  alone, 17.4 million ���������  sockeye and 31 million pinks are  expected to return, allowing for a  commercial catch of 9 million  sockeye and 17 million pink  salmon.  Pat Chamut, regional director  general for DFO said the high  returns are mostly due lo regular  salmon cycles. While 1992 was a  year wilh low returns of sockeye,  1993 to 1995 are expected lo be  especially productive, said  Chamut. Pink salmon, on a two-  year cycle, will have high returns  in 1993, 1995 and 1997.  In addition lo commercial  catches, fisheries has also recently set quotas of salmon for various native groups under Ihe aboriginal fisheries strategy.  On the Lower Fraser, native  people will be allowed to catch  620,000 food fish sockeye for  sale. Similar agreements for pilot  sale of fish arc in place on Ihe  Skeena and Somass rivers.  The Survival Fisheries Coalition, representing commercial  '... the courts  have clearly  indicated  a need to  continue  negotiation'  - I'm Chamut  ceptable. Most recently, coalition lawyers are looking at the  possibility of taking DFO lo  court over what they see as a  separate commercial fishery for  natives. Phillip Eidsvik, a  spokesman for the coalition also  predicted "serious action" could  be taken by fishermen this summer, including blockades etc.  Eidsvik said the DFO has  ignored recent BC  Court of Appeal  decisions stating that  sale of fish is not  included under aboriginal right.  BufCromuTsard  DFO doesn't agree  that means the end of  special agreements  for native groups.  ���"������ "There's nothing in  Ihe judgment that says Indian  people can't be licensed lo sell  fish," he said. "Our view is the  courts have clearly indicated a  need lo continue negotiation."  Eidsvik also pointed to an  internal fisheries report which  detailed problems on Ihe Fraser  last year, including unreported  fish catches, poaching by unauthorized fishermen and fishing  during closed times.  Chamut said enforcement on  the Fraser has been doubled for  1993, including more money for  aircraft surveillance, road patrols  and increased native guardians.  In the meantime, agreements  are still being finalized for food  fish with olher native bands,  including the Sechelt.  Recently, band councillors  objected to a communal licence  which allocated the band 4,500  salmon for food, saying Ihe number was unreasonably low.  Since then several meetings  have taken place, bul no agree-  fishermen, still says that's unac-      menl has been finally resolved.  Racheal Young and the first class to use the Sechelt Arts Centre's new studio addition work on  jewelry creations Thursday under the instruction of Xerez Haffenden. Joel Johnstone photo  Inside  psgse  13  starts  Howe Sound Round Table seeks advisory role  by Charles Hart  Another advisory group, just  what Ihe region needs.  Amid the struggling efforts  of the Tetrahedron LRUP, the  incipient Sunshine Coast  Resources Council and the battery of special interest groups  clamouring for influence, reception on the Sunshine Coast to  Ihe establishment of a Howe  Sound Round Table is naturally  mixed.  An official launch was held  at the (ilcneaglcs Golf Cluh in  West Vancouver Wednesday,  thc first gathering of the 18  members appointed so far lo the  round tabic, whose raison d'etre  is lo make recommendations on  sustainability for the Howe  Sound watershed region.  "By bringing a range of citizens together to explore and  resolve environmental, economic and social issues, local round  tables provide a unique and  invaluable forum for balancing  interests in the communily and  plotting a wiser path towards the  future," a steering committee  report says. The jury is likely to  be oul for a while on jusl how  effective Ihe round table can be  in realizing those goals.  According to steering committee member Bill Hughes, former presidenl of Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper, the round lable  will have lo start small. "Start  out with something that is doable and make sensible recom  mendations," Hughes advised,  so allowing round table members to gel to know one another  and establish credibility.  The selection committee  received more than 60 nominations from communities, development, economic development,  education, environmental, first  nations, fishing, forestry, health,  heritage, industry, labour, mining, outdoor recreation, planning and tourism interests.  turn to page 2  Local MP Ray Skelly tallying up pension perks  by Derek McNaughton  Even if he loses his well-  worn seat in the coming federal  election, Sunshine Coasl New  Democrat MP Ray Skelly will  take home a pension of more  than $45,000 per year.  And with adjustments for  inflation, by age 75 he could  cash in almost $2 million worth  of cheques, according to figures  published by Ihe Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF).  Skelly, now 52, currently  makes $64,000 per year plus a  $23,000 tax- free allowance.  When he retires, either by  choice or by ballot, he will continue to get 75 per cent of the  income made while he was an  MP.  He will get that amount with  an inflation adjustment until he  reaches the age of 75.  "I don'l know whether it's  too high or too low, I don't  know what the right amount is,"  Skelly said.  "I know people are dissatisfied with it."  He condemned CTF's hefty  forcast as "absolute crap," and a  "contemptable approach." And  he called the $2 million figure  "a real definite attempt u vilify  politicians."  The long-lime North Island  Powell River MP has called for  the formation of a salary and  benefits tribunal, which would  determine future pay packets of  politicians. MPs should not,  Skelly insists, determine their  own wages.  "My question to other legislators is what are you going lo  do about Ihis? How would you  like lo see it fixed?" The whole  process of determining MPs'  pensions is wrong and needs fixing, he said.  turn to page 2  MP Kay Skelly  mill - what are the reasons for this?"  asked Dr. Paul Martiquet, medical  health officer for the Coast-Garibaldi  region. "It's not a problem right now,  but it is something we have to get more  information on. I see it as something I  don't take lightly."  Provincial health officer Dr. John  Millar also said there may be no reason  for higher cancer figures in Powell  River and in BC. "You're dealing with  pretty small numbers that probably  don't mean very much," he said. Of the  total 159 deaths in Powell River in  1990, 148 were expected, "so that's  right within the ball park for normal."  turn to page 3  Trailers  digging  in for  stay of  eviction  by Derek McNaughton  A circle of families living on  obscure property not properly  zoned for residential use could  be allowed to stay for a few  more months - or they might  soon face tow trucks ready to  haul away their homes.  Raymond Stockwell, owner  of the property, will not appeal  a Sechelt council order which  demanded he remove mobile  homes and RVs parked on his  land. In June, the people living  on the site for almost two years  were hand delivered orders to  vacate within 30 days, pending  any appeal.  Although he will not carry  out the appeal, which could  have meant going to BC  Supreme Court, Stockwell said  he is not about to let Sechelt  forcibly remove Ihe homes.  "I told [council] if they want  me to barricade the place, I will.  I've got some pretty big pieces  of material around here."  Stockwell added because  council is facing an election this  fall, a hard line approach by  council would be remembered  by people in Ihe area, most of  whom favour letting Ihe mobile  owners stay.  Last month an eviction order  armed council with the right "to  remove or demolish" mobile  homes and trailers on the property.  Because the homes do not  comply with municipal bylaws,  said Mayor Nancy MacLarty,  Sechell cannot ignore Ihem. The  town could be open to legal liability and could be seen as lax  in their view of laws if they let  the people slay.  "How can council knowingly  sanction a misuse of property?"  asked MacLarty. "Bylaws arc  meant to protect people. Laws  are laws," she said. And "we  need laws with teeth."  Sechelt will take a "medium  approach" to removing Ihe people, shc added. "I'm sure if  somebody says, 'we need  another five days,' they would  have no problem, but five days  could turn into five months."  Meanwhile, the families on  the site say there is no affordable place to move.  "1 don'l see why they're  putting in all this money lo  move us," said Pat Kennedy,  who lives at the site with her  husband and two kids. "It's not  like like [Stockwell] has gol 50  trailers up here running sewer  down Ihe street.  "Maybe I'm not catching  something, I don't know - we're  just families up here."  Stockwell insists he applied  to council for an extension permit two years ago when a previous temporary permit, granted  to house pipeline workers,  expired. Council denies any  such application was made.  m  m Coast News, |uly19, 1993  mCVfrf    Selected Fixtures  -flU/Q     ^pendant sty|es  0��i ����� Ceiling Mounts  !��,,.��-,   -6-Good Variety  OCT  lampi ' Shaais-i ��� Wall Sconca-i * Traxk �� Ceiling LinhUa * fais ' Keta-wa-J ' futaiaxsr  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  news  Lordjim's  ML  Resort ��iBM!OTir  Ole's Cove Rd., just nurth ofSecret Cove up Hwy. IO]  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  j^^t 7 Days a Week  *$^n  Jo McDonald 7 2pm & 6-10pm  Reservations Requested 885-7038  !  ^tofe  ^^^^^B^^^^^^^^tt fTfow. -   ifl^i  -,...   I ������'"?������<..' '  t^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^Br^^'1''  |  m%  d          P^*S  F^fcv,3  JWaWClB;.   s  V     ajJffl  11 ^i53  m^^I             HI        Unlil IVlliLFl  H(Av)ij  ut,_Um_tma\jS^l\!r"' Tflrj  South Howe Sound, looking north from Shoal Channel.  Joel Johnstone photo  Round table to focus on regional issues?  from page 1  Gibsons mayor Eric Small, who attended  Wednesday's launch, says he believes the  selections made have set the round table off  on the right foot, but expressed concern that  it will be making recommendations in a  region governed by more than a dozen  municipal bodies.  "It's very early stages," Small said. "It  remains to be seen what they can accomplish  ... Maybe this round table is the one that will  build credibility and broad representation. If  they become a reliable, honest and unbiased  source of information they will have done a  good job."  Small and Hughes both said they thought  the round table would be most effective  focusing on wider regional issues, such as  logging, fishing or waste management.  "I'm quite in agreement with that," said  Hughes. "We've got to gel away from  parochial issues and find broader regional  consensus."  Gibsons councillor John McNevin finds  that challenge to be a tall order. "How do  you reach consensus, and what do you do  "How do you reach consensus, and what do you do  when you have?"  ��� Cllr. John McNevin  when you have?" he asked after a round  table presentation at last week's council  meeting. "I'm just hoping your efforts will  amount to something."  Steering committee member Rozlynne  Mitchell, who sits on the BC Round Table,  said she also was skeptical when she first  became involved in the process three years  ago, but her confidence in the round table's  ability to make a difference has only grown  since then.  "We're looking for a long-term planning  process," Mitchell said. "We need the input  from the communities at large and for their  final comment before recommendations are  made ... When they are made they will be  recommendations that everyone has had  input into. Nobody's going to be surprised."  Hughes said the round table is not  designed to change people's minds but to  help people learn to work together. "What is  the downside of trying?" he asked.  Gibsons resident and round table member  Pat Tyson, a representive for the CEP Union  at Port Mellon, told Gibsons council the  round table is a good step for workers. "I  think we can do a job for this community  and other communities."  ��� Canada's National Catalogue  *5  [ANNOUNCES  :%  Round Table members listed  The Howe Sound Pound,  Table held an official launch,in  Wesl Vancouver Wednesday.  ' The following is a list of the  members appointed so far:  ��� Pat Tyson, CEP Union representative;  ��� Stan Dixon, a member of  the Sechelt Band and former  member of the BC Round Table;  ��� Derek Ashford, a North  Vancouver professional engineer and consultant;  ��� Shirley Carter, a West Vancouver recreationalist, environmentalist, biologist, educator  and consultant to the aboriginal  community;  ��� Paul Clark, manager of  market research for the Whistler  Resort Association;  ��� Robert Fine, who works  with the Sea to Sky Economic  Development Association;  ��� Beth Fitzpatrick, a Brackendale resident with more than  30 years experience in the health  care field;  ���. Dale Harry, a member of  '.ie, 'Squamish Nation band  active in developing a First  Nations' owned and operated  Youth Retreat Camp;  ��� Paul llundal, a Wesl Vancouver resident with a long history of environmental involvement in Ihe Howe Sound area;  ��� Grace Gordon-Collins, a  Wesl Vancouver and Anvil  Island resident with a history of  community involvement and  planning;  ��� Joan Lemmers, a commercial fisher and Lions Bay resident;  ��� Peter Moonen, a Sunshine  Coast resident and communications specialist for Canadian  Forest Products;  ��� Ashton Mullan, a West  Vancouver professional engineer and exploration geologist  and geophysicist;  ��� Marilyn Mullan, execulive  director of the BC Museum of  Mining in Britannia;  GOOD STUFF  HEALTH FOODS  'If it's tHealth food "We fProSatty -Have it'.  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Funding from Environment  Canada was secured for the  launch and the steering committee will continue to explore  other avenues of funding for the  first year of the round table's  operation.  Pensions  available  while MPs  still work  from page I  David Perry, senior research  associate with the CTF, said  MPs get a bigger pension than  most people because a politician's career is often interrupted  for political life, and the pension  is designed as compensation.  "But the average worker who's  going to be working all their life  doesn't need that," he said,  because they have time to accumulate savings and invest in  RRSPs."  Yet "if you compare them lo  the average person, then yeah,  they build up a big pension over  a relatively short period of  time." Added Perry: "There  aren't many poor ex-politicians  around."  Under the plan now in place,  MPs are allowed to take government appointments or jobs and  still collect pensions. All are eligible for benefits after serving  six years, and there is no restriction as to when they can start  collecting.  _^t_ma_m Coast News, July 19, 1993  User group continues lobby  to gain Sechelt arena control  by Derek McNaughton  Sechelt's mayor is putting a "damp cloth" on a  private bid to take over the arena, thickening the ice  between a council hesitant to release ownership of  the rink and a ring of people wanting to control it.  John Sperring said Mayor Nancy MacLarty is  "stirring things up" in his group's attempt to gain  control of the 20-year-old rink.  Sperring, who presented takeover plans to council last week, disputed the cost of running the rink  and the mayor's financial deficit figures.  "If we can take this over, we can reduce the ice  rates right off the bat," said Sperring. The hourly  cost now, he said, "is. losing people to playing  hockey." If it continues, he said, "you'd almost see  the demise of minor hockey."  Yet Sperring also owns a promotion company  and could benefit directly from rink ownership by  renting the arena for trade shows and fairs, such as  boat or home shows.  Sperring was unclear over how the consortium  Save Strait Alliance  drags GVRD into court  of arena users which are supporting him would  finance the high cost of running the rink. Last year  the arena ran a deficit somewhere between $90,000  and $150,000.  Instead of employing staff, the consortium  would use volunteers and tap into the concession  facilities which are now underused, Sperring  claims.  Moreover, the planned fall referendum - to  decide if all Coast taxpayers should pay for the rink  instead of just Sechelt ratepayers - is flawed, he  says. "It's only the older people that vote," he said,  not the the younger kids who are the ones playing  hockey. I'm not sure they [Coast residents] are  going to want to pay any more taxes."  If the rink were run by a society, he added, "We  could go to the SCRD and get grants, and I would  believe they would be more than willing."  SCRD chair Peggy Connor said the district is  receptive to the group's takeover bid and it would  be eligible for grants.  by Darah Hansen  The Greater Vancouver  Regional District (GVRD) is  heading to court next month to  answer charges its sewage outfall system is responsible for  dumping pollutants into the  Strait of Georgia.  The charges stem from independent tests con- ________  ducted earlier this  year by Vancouver  environmental consultant John Werring  and the Save the  Georgia Strait  Alliance.  They allege on  six separate occa-   _________  sions raw sewage  and storm waters loaded with  toxins flowed directly from a  GVRD combined sewage outfall into Burrard Inlet.  If proven, that puts Ihe  GVRD in contravention of Ihe  federal Fisheries Act, which  states no harmful materials  should be allowed into waters  frequented by fish.  "We've got Ihem dead-to-  rights on a fisheries violation,"  said alliance clean water campaigner, Miranda Holmes, in an  interview last week.  Investigations began in May  this year by Werring who drew  samples from directly under a  single outfall on seven separate  occasions spanning three  months.  Under five-day lab experiments conducted al the University of BC, six of Ihe samples  were determined to be toxic to  fish.  Werring said all six water  samples would have killed fish  within "five minutes" because  initial oxygen levels were so  low. After oxygen was added to  the samples, it was determined  "We've got them  dead-to-rights  on a fisheries  violation'  - Miranda Holmes  he said.  Werring added human fecal  coliforms found in the samples  were higher than 1.6 million  bacteria per 100 millilitres of  water.  Werring said he couldn't say  exactly what the other pollutants are. Legally speaking, he  said, he only has to  prove fish are being  harmed by outfall  water - studies  beyond that would  better be conducted  by the government  scientists.  For their part,  representatives for  the GVRD have  remained silent. Russ Black,  project manager for liquid waste  management, said they've been  legally advised not to comment  on the matter pending prosecution.  He did say the GVRD is  presently seeking federal assistance in funding a $600 million  upgrade of two waste water  treatment plants which presently  do not meet federal or provincial standards.  He said the district is further  looking at plans to revamp the  combined sewage overflow  catchments which have in periods of heavy rainfall sent  untreated human waste and  waste water into Vancouver  Harbour, English Bay, False  Creek, the Fraser River and the  Georgia Strait.  These kinds of overflows -  according to the Save the Georgia Strait Alliance - are happening at a rate of more than 200  times a year.  The GVRD is set to appear  in a Vancouver provincial court  August 25. If found guilty, they  could face a total fine of $1.8  some other loxin(s) was present,     million.  REAL  ESTATE  NEW*  By Jon  McRae  Talk to Your  Realtor  Almost every week we hear a  Realtor tell an anguished tale of  working for months with buyets  who say ihey really want a  specific kind of home, for  example, a classic house built in  traditional style. Then they buy a  sleek contemporary!  Mayk what was most important  was die high-tech kilchen or lhe  wooded lot, and these could have  counted for more than the style of  thc house itself. To save yourself  time being shown dozens of  homes lhat are complelely  Inappropriate to your needs, talk  lo lhe Realtor who is showing  you homes. Explain whal you  need. What kind of furniture do  you have? Do you have any  hobbies thai musl be  accommodated? Are you handy  enough to take on major fix-up  projects, or do you wanl a home  in move-in condition? Whal do  you like or dislike about your  cutTent house?  Don't lx? the strong, silent type  wilh your Realtor. Provide  con.stant feedback- - - positive  and negative- - - so they can  more easily rule out the homes  tliat just won't work for you and  can help you find the right new  home for you and your family on  the Suashine Coast.  If you ate coasidering a Real Estate  move, contact Jon McRae at NRS  Gibsons Realty at 886-2277  (ofRce)or886-3999(hoine).  Screening  best  cancer  defence  from page 1  Added Millar: "Cancer has a  latency period. There is no connection between pulp mills and  cancer - certainly not breast  cancer. There's no enormous  problem - you've got a small-  numbers problem."  Early detection through  screening mammography is  currently the only weapon  against the disease, said  McBride. 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Then there is the Wildlife Act, with specific provisions  about our wild animal neighbours, fending for themselves  and depending on a reliable range to prosper. .Development in our neck of the woods is putting increasing pressure on wildlife and the signs of conflict are growing -  bears dead at the dump or shot at in residential areas.  A deer harassed by a roaming dog can be a sickening  sight. Such a case is alleged to have occurred in Pender  Harbour last week; there were no witnesses. A woman  who keeps her dog under tight control lets him off the  leash for a moment and finds the animal shot dead on her  neighbour's driveway.  (When a deer invades, however, foraging among the  lush vegetables of a rural garden, it is the deer itself  which can wind up between the crosshairs.)  It is a touchy issue, reflected in the fact that officials  are often resistant to commenting when a pet is shot. Neither the police nor the Coast's conservation officer would  venture an opinion about the Pender incident last week,  as if the finest of shadings could swing the legalities of  the matter another way.  But disregard the vagaries of the law for a moment,  and what's left is our disturbing propensity to seek solutions to conflict in firearms.  Mistakes happen. A usually well-controlled pet gets  loose and is given no second chance. It is appalling to  hear the excuses routinely trotted out in defence of such  needless destruction when there has been no attempt at  communication with the pet's owner, no warning. Equally disturbing is the notion of people taking pot shots at  pets for thrills, as recently happened to a Sechelt resident's cat.  Regional districts used to be able to make bylaws regulating discharge of firearms in rural areas, but they were  divested of that power several years ago.  The change apparently came about to enable more consistent regulation of hunting by the environment ministry's wildlife branch.  Unfortunately, the change has backfired, leaving open  season in areas that have outgrown their backwater status. Perhaps firearms controls should be automatic once a  community has reached a certain size population.  The frontier days are over in areas such as Pender Harbour, but our efforts at peaceful co-existence seem, at  times, to be lost in the wilderness.  Maiina pUin must  follow due process  Re: Mr. Gordon Clayton's  letter of July 12, Balanced view  needed for marina:  Contrary to Mr. Clayton's  assertion, there is in fact an  increasing number of individuals, as well as a number of local  organizations including Sargeant Bay Society, Sechelt  Marsh Society, The Wilson  Creek/Davis Bay/Selma Park  Ratepayers and Residents Association, who have endorsed Mr.  Boisvert's efforts. He is not  working alone.  This issue of the proposed  Wilson Creek Marina project  has been brought to the attention  of public concern partially  because it is not exclusively on  band lands. Public Crown property is involved.  The primary concerns centre  around the effect the project as a  whole wilt have upon the envi-,  ronment and the community.  Examples of such concerns are  pollution and effluent damage,  negative impact to fish and  wildlife, costs imposed upon the  community, etc.  At present Environment  Canada through the Marina  Task Force, which consists of  approximately 11 government  agencies, is studying the proponent's application. To date no  decisions have been made by  the Department of Fisheries and  Oceans. In fact after speaking  with Mr. Brace Hillaby, a DFO  officer who has been assigned to  the Marina Task Force, I was  specifically told that the DFO  has in fact not endorsed or  approved the proposal as Mr.  Clayton would like us to  believe. Mr. Hillaby also stated  lhat the DFO is a long way from  making any decision and that  the proponents have as yet not  satisfied all of the requirements  set by the Environmental  Review Board.  As concerned citizens (and  not just a self-interested group  or one man) all that is being  asked for is proper due process.  It is obvious to those of us who  genuinely care about the community and its future development that this has not taken  place: which is why there is  increasing public concern.  ALICE ALBRECHT  Wllion Creek/Davis  Bay/Selma Park Ratepayers  and Residents Association  Creek estuary  public, productive  An open letter to Gordon  Clayton:  I wonder who really was the  author of your letter in the July  12 Coast News re the proposed  Wilson Creek marina? Obviously it was a propaganda release as  no concerned individual could  be so totally misinformed! Consider:  1. Wilson Creek IS a productive spawning stream as it was  through the logging era. Unfortunately the spawning salmon,  resident and migratory wildlife  - even you and I - will find the  additional breakwaters, dikes,  locks, hundreds of polluting  boats plus sewage outfall not  nearly so friendly as logs!  2. The marine area is NOT  private Indian or Panorama  property but is owned by all of  us and merely entrusted to the  British Columbia government to  be administered for our benefit!  VIC VAUGHAN  Wilson Creek  Pride in anthem  totally lacking  I am a grade 12 student at  Shawnigan Lake School on  Vancouver Island. I used to live  in Sechelt for 11 years and I  currently live in the village of  Shawnigan Lake. On June 30,  the day before Canada's 126th  birthday, I attended my cousin's  graduation ceremony at Chatelech Secondary School in  JUfeffittf-hv _^_^_^M_t^u_t^_u  wmWm 9r%fW 9 IfWVWIIw  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions lor brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coaet News  8ox460  Qlbeons, B.C.  V0N1V0  Sechelt. Just before the ceremony began, the audience was  asked to stand and sing our  national anthem.  I was completely disgusted at  the lack of participation and the  embarrassment people displayed  at the thought of having to sing  publicly.  It would only be a small  exaggeration to say that one  could heard a pin drop during  the singing, or lack thereof.  We have such a beautiful  country, full of wonderful people, yet so few Canadians are  proud enough to sing our  anthem loudly and at attention.  These days it seems an accomplishment if someone knows all  the words to the whole song. I  envy the USA's respect of their  anthem and the manner in which  they sing it. That quality is  something we would do well to  emulate.  A national anthem Is something that all people living in  one country can share and have  in common. I think children  should be expected to learn it  and sing it in all schools across  Canada.  The beginning of assemblies  would be a great opportunity to  encourage children to sing our  anthem and forget embarrassment, but remember pride.  As a 127th birthday present  to Canada, let's prove as a  nation that we are proud of our  country and let's acknowledge  how lucky we are to live here  with such incredible natural  wealth.  The next time you sing Oh  Canada, sing it with your head  held high and sing it through  your hearts.  ALICE STEPHEN  Shawnigan Lake  Recognizing the religious roots of Balkan conflict  I have had precious little to say about the brutal  tragedies which have been played out over the past  many months in what used to be called the Balkans, more recently Yugoslavia, and of late Croatia,  Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Serbia.  I resisted the temptation to join in the chorus of  condemnation which was showered on Serbia for  much of 1993.  Not because I had difficulty in feeling horror at  the concept of concentration camps specializing in  mass rapes as a deliberate policy of war, nor  because I felt no sense of weary grief at the policies of so-called 'ethnic-cleansing' which brought  back again to Europe all the dreadful echoes of  Hitlerian racism.  No, I joined no chorus against identifiable villains because I had just a smattering enough of history to understand that here was conflict which  defied all the yardsticks of good guys versus bad  guys.  It is a puny and ineffectual yardstick for measuring human conflict, but we are accustomed to it,  enabling us, as it does, always to see our own role  and that of our chosen allies in any international  fracas as blameless defenders of the good.  In tbe Balkans, as they were known when the  conflict there led us into the monstrous and tragic  folly of tbe First World War, our predilection for  heroes and villains is even more than usually juvenile and absurd.  musings  John burnside  I particularly want to use the older form of  describing the integral parts of what till a couple of  years ago was called Yugoslavia because long  before the current bloodletting had begun that part  of the world had already given us in English a  word which means hopelessly divided and hostile.  I suppose 'balkanized' must have entered the  language during the yean which preceded the First  World War, as diplomats wrestled with the problem of what to do with the fractious area.  What they did do then, of course, was choose  sides, make alliances, so that when Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated in 1914 they all fell to  bloodletting with their chosen allies.  It became a crazed epidemic of senseless blood-  lust the like of which die world had seldom seen,  and certainly not with the mechanized means of  delivering death which we have gone on perfecting  through this blood-soaked century.  The ask, however, is not to be paralyzed by his  tory, but usefully informed by it  First, I suggest, we disabuse ourselves of the  notion that this is an ethnic conflict. These are people of the same ethnic background who slaughter  each other today.  I am reminded of a story about the Israeli  ambassador to tbe United Nations who, in a  moment of high dudgeon, declared the Arab  ambassador with whom he was taking issue to be  an anti-Semite.  The Arab ambassador shrugged his protest at  the label: "I am," he said with perfect accuracy, "a  Semite,"  It is not ethnicity which divides the warring factions in the forma Yugoslavia. It is religion. Tbe  Serbs are Greek Orthodox, as are their traditional  allies the Russians; the Croats are Roman Catholic  as are the southern Germans with whom they were  allied in the Second World War, the group which  tried to be dominant in Boznia-Herzegovina are  Moslems, allies of the Turks in the First World  War.  Not to call it what it is, at root a religious war, is  a misleading mistake.  The ancient dividing lines are not irrelevant  today, nor are the historic alliances with their  neighbours. When Croatia declared its independence it wu its old ally Germany which rushed to  recognize it  When Bosnia-Herzegovina declared, by golly, it  was an independent state too with aspirations, for  the record, towards democracy, Europe could  scarcely do less than it had already done for Croatia.  The fact that neither of the new states made any  clear provision for the protection of the sizable  Serbian minorities within their newly-declared  boundaries was overlooked by everybody except  the Serbs.  And the Serbs had the bulk of the land, the bulk  of the people and the bulk of a very good Yugoslavian army.  Back a few months ago when Bill Clinton was  dying to prove his toughness as a military commander to move attention from his domestic stumbling, he was eager to punish the Serbs. It was the  old alliance between Serbia and Russia that  stopped him.  If he wanted to support Boris Yeltsin he  couldn't embarrass him by bombing the Serbs.  The century looks to end as it began. Religious  conflict in the Balkans threatens to draw the world  into an abyss.  The Moslems may just have lost a round in the  former nation of Yugoslavia, but there are millions  of them around the world itching for a jihad, a holy  war.  That's tbe enormous danger we have to avoid.  We are unlikely to do so unless we recognize this  conflict's religious roots.  COAST^NEWS  ���# COHaf MRU 9f WS9 HWflPMMfT  i: 1 yaai ��� S35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6monthi.$20*$t.40CST-$21.40  flonfce 1 (-aw-$40(NoGST]  Ret, No. 4702  Tht Saamhlna Com Now k pubtkhad aw  Has. SunsJTirn Coaat, B.C. avaxy Monday by  Ctimh-lr-mlM.  OhM 0*t ��� S17 On*�� Um  Ban 460, Gabion, B.C., VON IVO  1604) 8S6-2622, Fa* (604) 8*6-7725  SK-MtOMn-MzrCaawHiSt  Bon tt McMt B.C, VON 3A0  (604| MS-3930, Editorial (MM) MS-3H0,  Fax (604)115-3954  PatTfapp  C��n Pur*  en Roam mm.Cgjgjj tnSIt,  EMar Chart.. Hart  Rmcetm.      BtoiA BumtUt, Darah Hantaan,  Jana Sayd. DM MoNautfnon  ��� Rogan,S  Mtrmt.Jl  MteNapwr       Calhy Mac*  ___*___     ______ m___^  , isManawa,     w���^ 9���m���t'  AnSaMaoTavlals,  I ytm.. WAWMUUMNMrK  Tha Sumhars, Coast Nam It protactad by copyri|h  ���nd'apioduc��onolanypartofllbyanymaanill  prohlbattd unlau parrrahaiaori In suiting k Um lacutad  from Claiaford Prat* Ud., Mda, at tha copyrlfhi.  MMMM  _______________l  mmmmmmm Coast News, July 19, 1993  Doing grass in Bonniebrook   Summer time is now upon us,  and with it the unmistakable  whoosh! of grass shooting skyward, defying all efforts of man,  mower or weed-whacker to keep  it in check.  Is anyone aware of an anti-  fertilizer that may (even incrementally) slow the engulfing of  smaller residences by the precocious green sward?  The SCRD (or is it the Town  of Gibsons?) has graciously provided me with a control area by  which I can gauge my success at  beating back the verdant assault.  Directly across from my  house is a tiny park which has  been spared the mower's blade  since at least last fall while nearby Chaster Park has had its  grass shorn mercilessly, which  combined wilh heavy use renders it reminiscent of a bald man  taking Minoxydil.  (The less-trod grounds of  Chaster House have the consistency of a putting green.)  All I have to do is cross the  street to My Park and feel which  portion of my anatomy the grass  is tickling to judge how seriously my landlady would be consid-  ering evicting me if I hadn't  been cutting my lawn.  But my landlady's benevolent jurisdiction extends only to  me, and the town, the district  and Mother Nature are all  beyond her command.  Meanwhile, anonymous  crews in unmarked trucks -  'Hydro,' some neighbours whisper - have been making their  way back and forth along the  same 100-foot stretch of our  street, furiously hacking off  branches which only occasionally fall onto people's beached  dinghies, and stacking the  amputated limbs into neat piles  that will evidently get up of  their own accord and walk to the  landfill.  Just kidding - they've been  there less than a week. I'm sure  they'll be removed by Labour  Day.  But My Park, as I have  named it, is reverting to meadow state, and sometimes I half  expect to glance across the road  and see a magnificent buck  munching contentedly among  the tufts, or perhaps a happy  heifer busily converting chlorophyll into cream for my daily  double cappuccino.  Mttn  ^^m  column  ia^B  andyjukes  I have named it My Park in  tribute to Captain Sir Erasmus  Gower, for whom our own  Gower Point is named. Captain  Sir E. was a buddy of George  Vancouver's, who never actually saw this part of the world.  According to a book about BC  place names, one of Gower's  more notable achievements was  to take part in a 'masterly'  Royal Navy retreat in the face of  a few of the French fleet.  Having undertaken my own  semi-masterly retreat to the Sunshine Coast in the face of mountain weather in the Alberta  Rockies, I feel I deserve lo name  something after myself.  Sensible observers suggest  that since 1 have named it after  myself, and since it is about the  size of a large throw rug, there's  no reason why I and my trusty  Put a stop  to fatalities  An open letter to Highways  Minister, Art Charbonneau:  How many more accidents,  injuries, deaths is it going to  take?! The Rat Portage Hill section of our wonderful Highway  101 is well known to everyone  for having a history of accidents. It is designated as a pull-  out area but with a dotted line  people are using it to pass slower vehicles.  I have been forced lo come to  a full stop in the slower (right)  lane due to people driving too  fast and being inconsiderate.  y^i^^flniT^dav,, J/jly  'iff ftililtf ?m.c?uld havflPW.i.  biy been avoided if we had a  safer road. It's time to start,writing more letters to stop the fatalities.  PAT KWITKOSKI  Roberts Creek  Cyclists got  noclassl  You've got yourself a mountain bike, and every right to ride  on the highway, right? Wrong!  When you start paying hundreds  of dollars for insurance, are  liable for penalty points and  fines for traffic violations, then  and only then will you have Ihe  right to ride on the pavement.  The white line on Ihe side of  the Toad is not some magical  safety! zone for cyclists. The reason your all-terrain bike has fat  knobby tires is so you can ride  off-road in the dirt. Namely Ihe  shoulder of the highway.  I myself bicycle, and the first  thing I bought for my bike was a  rear-view mirror. This inexpensive and handy device allows  me to see behind me without  looking over my shoulder.  When I see a vehicle coming, I  pull off the pavement onto the  dirt, because if you're hit by a  car it's gonna hurt!  LEA THOMAS  GIBSONS  Study political  choices carefully  We, as Canadians today, face  one of the greatest crises in our  history. At the same time we  face probably the most crucial  election in that history.  Many people are expressing  their deep fears both by speaking out and in writing saying  that if we continue down the  path that the Tories have been  leading us there will be no  Canada as we have known il in  a few years.  The Tories have collapsed as  a party. Mulroney has been  forced to resign and his key  ministers - Wilson, Clark, Crosby, Mazankowski, MacDougal  and others - have followed him  into disgrace unable to face the  wrath of Ihe electorate. They  leave us with Kim Campbell  and their minor henchman hoping that the media can somehow  wash her face clean of the Tory  dirty deeds which she has supported.  Where does that leave Canadians who want to take our  country down another path - to  a free, democratic, and independent Canada. We are in serious  trouble. Where are we to turn in  the upcoming election?  There are the Liberals - bless  their hearts. Who knows what  they stand for except for their  desperation to get back into  power?  They lead in the polls, but  their main program right now  seems to be not to rock the boat  less Iheir bubble will burst. Gordon Wilson pointed out last  week that this party has been  Mia-M i*v#Mi,, the,, r��w bs ink  and,'to! R-ttwUfiXel l*y,the,bjig  banks and multinational corporations,        rli ni  ...:   !!ni ri...  Will these supporters allow  them to abrogate the Free Trade  Agreement and protect our  social programs? I, for one,  doubt it.  Then there is the Reform  Party which came out of  nowhere with media help. It  scooped up the bitter Tories and  Socreds. They let us know they  don't give a damn aboul our  social programs or whether or  not Quebec stays in Ihe Confederation.  Discovery of their objectives  seem to have put them out of the  picture.  Of course there is the NDP  which has been wailing in the  wings since 1945 to take over  the federal governmenl. In all  that time, however, it has only  gained 10 more seats in Parliament. Today, docs anyone  believe lhat the NDP will win  enough seats to form the government?  If not, why not? Surely Ihe  NDP's time has come. It has the  governments in three provinces  - BC, Saskatchewan and  Ontario.  But no! The NDP is at the  bottom of the polls with the  Reform Party - only nine per  cenl of Canadians say they  would vote NDP or Reform  Party. In Ihe recent Alberta elections it was skunked, losing IS  seals. In Ontario ihis spring Bob  ��� Perms $45  ��� Cuts $10  GagaS  ��� Nm-yellosvtng  . Longer lasting  ��� Ughtcrsveight  . Minimum  ��� No primer maintenance  ��� Odourless  Rae in his new budget seems to  have dropped all pretense at  working in the interest of the  people that elected him. He  decided that the major problem  facing Ontario was the deficit,  so he is cutting $2 billion from  health and welfare and $2 billion from the wages and benefits  of Ontario's public service  workers.  Today there is a growing suspicion among many voters that  when "push comes to shove" the  NDP is just another "handsome  face with nought behind it".  However, in BC will its steadfast supporters rally tq its cause?  There is a new parly in the  hustings! The National Party of  Canada. Its election campaign  was kicked off in BC last week  when Mel Hurtig spoke to 1,000  supporters in the Italian Centre  in Vancouver. He told ah  applauding audience that the  National Party of Canada is  going to challenge the old line  parties in 200 riding throughout  Canada - and in 32 ridings in  BC.  Hurtig is an author, publisher  and political activist. He is a  founder of the Council of Canadians and is an officer of the  Order of Canada. His best-selling book "The Betrayal of  Canada" is a penetrating analysis of whal has been happening  lo Canada under the Tories. It  has sold some 40,000 copies in  Canada.  Last, among the political parties is the Green Party. The  Green Party has a well-established program dedicated to Ihe  preservation of our environment.  It may well attract many  environmentalists.  With so many choices will  the voters be able to kick oul  Mulroney's gang of "left  behinds"? Or will we face still  another group of the "elected"  who take Iheir marching orders  from the same behind-the-scene  lobbyists and corporation bag  men?  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And truth be told, I prefer the  meadow look - if only my landlady felt the same way about my  yard.  Then I could spend my weekends making crop circles in the  grass as a visual stimulus for the  dog owners who look the other  way so studiously while at their  feet, Fido voids himself on our  lawns.  Andy Jukes is a Coast News  staffer.  1 rim'  (O III III If II III/  liiU'spapir  X  885-9502  Enhancing the Sunshine Coast for 10 Years  Residential, Commercial  LANDSCAPING  Now offering a knowledgeable, expanded service  specializing in garden creation, pruning, stone work, ponds,  small tractor backhoe, all to build your special landscape.  FREE ESTIMATES  MALE EXOTIC  DANCERS  Wed. July 21 7:30 pm  Tickets available at:  Max Music ��� Party Stop  Elphie's* Gramma's Pub  GWMWA/S^PRIZB  Now is the time, to bopkiro your rerool! We use quality Canadian-made ^  C^> Shingles from.tha standard vvet&M stogies to tht) heavy1 weight  high warranty shingles. 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Please Save It. and  other similar notices made by  adults and children who plaice a  \_\\k upon the forest that differs  from Ihose who dense monetary  gain from it  One can't help noticing Ihe  huge stumps lhat remain all over  the Coast from earlier logging  campaigns that are testament to  the fact that 60 to 80 years is a  youthful age for these trees and  they do have thc capability of  Qjr%   I For the finest in area dining  P Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Dining at its finest  Magnificent Seafood A (aourmet Cuisine  Lunch specials offered daily  Reservations recommended  Uninterrupted view of Porpoise Bav  from each table Lunch: 11 am ��� 2 pm ��� Dinner from 5 pm  - 'n **j ���  . TBcdncmtay - Sunday  Patio seating  Fullv Licensed  E. Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechek  885*3847  FAMILY DINING  Katt Ktogo - Surround younelf with  art, the aroma of superb coffee*  and the tantalizing smells oi our  gourmet cuisine and desserts  Everything 15 made with care and  presented with panache and flair  We're located in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  are open Mondav-Saturdav, 830  a.m.-5-30p.nts��?^837.  Thi Boat Houm ��� }ust a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted  HaW-A-W��y RMtaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwy  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, help-  ful 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 k 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 k  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501. 50 seats plus banquet room.  HUtfda Family flaalaurwl 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.Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am-9pm. Fri & Sat 11  am -10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  TIM Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets Irom every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sundav Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hav-v. 101. Davis Bav 885-7285  BREAKFAST 8, LUNCH  Dt Dutch Pinntkotk Houm - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among me trees and flowers on our  new- patio We're sening Breakfast  and Lunch all day long, from 6 am  Mon-Fn and 7 am weekends But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon k eggs (although that's  here too!). We've got Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toast, Dutch toast and creative  lunch ideas too! Great tasting fresh  ground coffee and fresh home baking! Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure vou 11  keep coming back. Find us on Hwy.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from the Sunnycrest .Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. 886-9090. Visa  k MasterCard accepted  BKkaddy Pub - En|oy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestvle specialties in the pub: or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to Ihe biggest appetite  Backeddy Pub ��� located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road  Open 7 days a week Pub open  noon ��� closing Kilchen hours  Noon - 8:00 pm  IrvktM Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view, Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  AnoYa Baataurant ��� Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  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 ts now open for the summer season Live classical guitar  nightly To savor this superb dining  expenence, reservations are  required for dinner Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11 am- 2pm, Dinnei 5 pm. 385-3847.  Chax Philippe RMtaurant 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.  Creak 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 k Mastercard. 40 seats  El Nino ��� Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant m 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 flamhe 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: 4J0 - 930 Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  Ptbbtaa - On Tha Beach ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by Ie sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 nm-2.30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 685-5611.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  En* I Ann's Mm bt - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  .villain 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  S10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  ���  maturing up to and beyond  1.000 year. One wonders what  area* of Enchanted Forest are  slated for harvest once ihey have  reached the 1.000 year mark  Perhaps if ihere were a few  more areas of forest lhat were  allowed lo reach a later maturity  it would benefit both ihe har-  sesiers and those who can see  more in the forest than aluminum tags denoting a dollar  vale value  Cougar sighted  A second confrontation of  nature and humans took place  last week when a resident of  Lehman Road discovered a  cougar in the farmyard in a  .land-off with his dog After a  lew hisses, spits and growls the  cougar retreated to Ihe woods  Thi' is the second confrontation  in two weeks The previous  encounter took place on Crowe  Road when a resident Ihere met  a cougar in her driveway.  With the forest coverage on  Ml Elphinstone appearing ever  scantier and residential and  other development encroaching  gtofjt in  One of the protesters at the  "Enchanted Forest.''  on the lower slopes, it is quite  obvious that cougars, bears and  all the olher forest dwellers are  being corralled into an ever  shrinking wilderness. There is  h. George Cooper  In Canada, are we turning out  Mudents ready to cope with the  whirlwind of a restructuring  economy1 That's a question that  people in industry will remind  us of again and again. Is there  any significant warning in the  fact Japan has, per capita, four  times as many engineers as does  Canada, or that in like comparison we have 20 limes the number of lawyers Likewise, we fall  far short in research and development in bolh science and  industry.  "The bottom line." says the  Canadian Federation of Independent Business, "is that the product of our education-training  system does not fit the needs of  thc labour market."  School drop-outs exceed per  capita Ihose in such countries as  Sweden. Yet Statistics Canada  climates that by the year 2000  two-thirds of new jobs will  require I? years or more of  schooling.  And schooling implies both  the ability to communicate and  the skills to learn how to leam  Perhaps many drop-outs have  the potential to learn but find  our schools irrelevant. Greater  student retention, however, fails  if it does not increase "the quality of the output"  Beaver Fever  Blame  the  fever  on  the  beaver'1  Not if there are hikers, beny  pickers, and sundry wanderer, in  Ihe wilderness defecating and  excreting water close lo lakes  and streams. Humans, at least,  could learn to attend lo these  functions in non-hazardous  places.  No contamination by Ihe parasite that causes beaver fever, or  giardiasis, has been noted in our  regional water sources ... yel.  The district is aware of the hazard since well-used hiking trails  run alongside Edwards Lake.  and to a lesser degree of use  near Chapman Lake.  What is the disease like? It's  a kind of Montezuma's revenge,  we're told.  Thoughtful care is Ihe warning word to all who use Ihe area  of the regional water source.  And any area that is a surface  water source in the district.  Definition  A Canadian is one who  drives home in a VW from a  French film, takes off his Hong  Kong rubber boots, and Italian  shoes, puis on a Japanese dressing gown and Taiwan slippers,  he then sips Colombian coffee  from an English china mug  while seated on a Danish sofa to  watch American TV. Then  writes his MP to demand action  on unemployment in the country.  �� PACKAGED SPICES  .k.  "Mj,  BULK PRICES  VARIETY SS.S, FOODS  Ci   Kd    Gibsons I .nidi  !*\ atlae toura + Otl Travel Afe*  /lASXSLSUlSlASt.  PRINCESS  CRUISES  JANHWKIJCO  nuLtRunKos  F"tC00G*j)  S*26s?/770ci3  LOtANCELES  amntwntttat-Bs  Sepl 25 f0> 7 V 28  SAN DIEGO  si$76T  SPACE GOING  ��IMted **  Kmaialim REQfNCYCRUSES  SANDIECO HAWAII  XOHMM  s-SjBM00 -^$1499*��  IAY  ncmrira  )Sept30  FA5P! aLL^=  "0*  significant danger of an aller  alion in temperament of Ihew  animals as they are forced ink  reduced territories and Ihey  become more familiar will  humans. Wild animals undei  these condilion-. have beer  known to low their timid nature,  and become dangerous and  aggressive. Whal can be done?  These are considerations that  bear reflection before Ihe official communily plan is finalized  and before new experimental  forestry tactics are employed.  Sighting a cougar or a bear in  Ihe wilderness can be quite i  rare and majestic sight, however, encountering one in youi  yard with small children or pels  about is quite a different thrill.  Roberts Creek Daze  Saturday August 21 al Clifl  Gilker Park. Now is lhe lime to  be dreaming up lhal sublime,  ridiculous or otherwise imaginative float for the Roberls Creek  Daze parade. Represent your  sireel or group, contact parade  marshall Rick Clark al 886-  8503.  Also if you have been perfecting an art or craft or refining  your culinary genius, come am!  offer your wares to your community at Creek Daze. For more  informalion regarding booths  call Randi Tame al 886-9324.  Randi will also be hosting the  next planning meeting for "The  Daze" al her place al 1179  Crowe Road, al 7:30 pm Tuesday July 20. This will be poster  night and everyone is welcome  to help.  Roberts Creek Hall  Fundraising continues lo be  in progress for major and indispensable improvemenls in the  seplic system. You can kick in  for your local community hall  improvemenls, at Ihe Roberts  Creek General Store where Ihere  is a collection gumboot or support ihe bake sale lhat will lake  place alongside Ihe Roberts  Creek Farmer's Market every  Sunday 8 am to I pm. Stock up  for those extra weekend guests,  don't spend it in the hoi kitchen  baking.  Library news      '  Danielle Steele fans will be  pleased to note that now on the  shelves of ihe Roberts Creek  Library is the latest best seller  Jewels. Louis L'Amour readers  will be pleased to find Passin'  Through now available as well.  Other new additions lo Ihe  library include John Giesham's  The Client, Joan Battel's Z.ovar  or Honour and a greal new mystery by William D. Pease, Playing the Dozen.  Bryan Judd  Creek  resident  wins big  on Double  Dip lotto  Lottery luck has jusl shone  down on Roberts Creek resident  Bryan Judd. Judd claimed  $100,218.60 after matching five  of the six regular 6/49 numbers  plus the bonus number on his  July 3 Double Dip ticket.  At first, the 69-year-old  didn't realize just how big a win  he had.  "I watched TV for the (winning) numbers on Saturday and  saw that I had four numbers."  said Judd. "The next day, I  stopped at the Shell Station in  Upper Gibsons and checked it  out." The retailer validated his  ticket through the ticket terminal. The resulting validation  slip read "Claim $100,218.60."  Plans have yet to be made for  the windfall.  ' I  ���a-a-M^MM  MMtM Coast News, July 19, 1993  Utyt Corporation of tyt  m&ttitt of ��>n\)tlt  P.O. Box 189,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sachet, B.C. VON 3AO Telephone (604)685-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  O.C.P. Questionnaire  The rest ol this page Is devoted to a  questionnaire regarding Sechelt's Official  Community Plan and your views on the  future of our Community.  We encourage all residents to complete  this survey and return It to the Municipality  so that your comments can be taken into  consideratoin during the O.C.P. review.  Please take the time to complete the  questionnaire as your involvement is  essential In ensuring that our new O.C.P.  truly reflects the community's vision for  Sechelt's future.  Do Your Part  Put yukkies in their place!  Are you in need of  Affordable Rental  Housing???  Coast Housing Society has applied to the  B.C. Housing Management Commission to  build 1,2 and 3 bedroom townhouses for  families in our community. Eligible applicants  will pay 30% of their income for rent  If you want to be on the waiting list, we need  you to immediately complete a confidential  application form stating your present rent and  annual income.  In Sechelt  Applications are available at Community  Services, Sechelt Municipal Hall,  Ministry of Social Services or  Canada Employment Office.  In Qlbsons  Pick up the form at Gibsons Municipal Hall or  the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit.  For Further Information...  Call 885-7880.  Regular  Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the first and third Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's  Hotline  ^?  885-5360  Official Community Plan  Resident Survey  The District of Sechelt is presently reviewing its Official Community Plan (OCP) with the  intention of revising it. The purpose of the OCP is to articulate the community's land use  objectives for the next ten to fifteen years.  Your input and participation is an essential part of the OCP planning process. You can  express youi1 vision for Sechelt's future by taking the time and opportunity to complete this  questionnaire. If you have any questions, please call the Planning Department at  885-1986. Once, completed, please return in person or by mail to:  The District of Sechelt  Attn: Planning Department  Box 129,  5545 Inlet Avenue  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  A. Quality of Life  Or:  Drop off at  the Sechelt office of  the Coast News  5521 Cowrie Street,  Sechelt, B.C.  1. In general, how satisfied are you with the quality of life in Sechelt?  Q Very Satisfied (J Generally Satisfied Ll Dissatisfied  B. Munieipal Services  2. Would you be willing to pay higher taxes in order to support improved Municipal  services?  ��� Yes ���  No ��� Other   3. Do you think the Municipality should be involved in:  Yos No  Social Services Provisions ��� ���  Economic Development Initiatives ��� ���  4. What are the three most important services that should be improved and/or added in  the Municipality?  1.   2.   3.    C. Character of Sechelt  5. What three things in Sechelt should not change?  1.   2   3   6. Should Sechelt continue to concentrate  retail commercial development in the  "Village" core?  7. Do you support the concept of expanding  the established "industrial park" along  Field Road in Wilson Creek?  8. Should Sechelt promote a particular  theme or reputation for itself?  Yes  No  Ll  Ll  9. If you answered yes to Question 8, do you have a suggestion for what that theme could  be?   D. Land Uses  10. In your opinion, what are the most important housing issues facing Sechelt today and in  the near future?(check all that apply)  ��� Affordabillty of housing CI Supply of rental housing  ��� Quality of housing ��� Shortage of lots  ��� Conflicts between housing and Q Senior's housing  other land uses ��� Other   D. Land Uses (cont'd)  11. Indicate what types of housing should be developed in both your neighbourhood and in  the District of .Sechelt at large: (check all that apply)  Neighbourhood  Single family dwellings  Basement Suites  Duplexes  Low rise apartments (2-3 storeys)  High rise apartments (4-5 storeys)  Condominiums  Townhouses  Mobile Homes/Mobile Home Parks  Other  ���  ���  ���  ���  a  ���  ���  ���  District  a  ���  a  Q  a  ���  a  a  a  12. Which of the following types of commercial development would you like to see in the areas  listed?  Davis      Other Other  Bay  Retail  Service  Tourist  Business  Mixed Commercial  Other   Wilson  Creek  Plaza  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  _���  a  a  ���  ���  a  ���  Other  Sechelt  Neighbourhoods  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  a  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  13. Of the issues listed below, what are the three most pressing land use issues that need to  . Residential land preservation  . Commercial land preservation  . Industrial land preservation  . Recreational / Parkland acquisition  be addressed in Sechelt? (select three)   Agricultural land preservation   Increase supply of Residential land   Increase Commercial land supply   Increase Industrial land supply   Other   E. Environment  14. In your opinion, what should Sechelt's top three environmental priorities be?  (select three)   Waste reduction and recycling programs   Protection of environmentally sensitive areas   Mitigation of industrial pollution   High water quality   Improvement of sewage disposal/drainage systems   Alleviation of traffic congestion and pollution   Protection of designated or recognized wildlife sanctuaries   Other   F. Recreation and Tourism  17. What are your priority recreational facility interests?  ��� Outdoor facilities: such as -1. 2. . 3.   Q Indoor facilities: such as -1. 2. 3.   16. Should tourism be promoted more actively in Sechelt?  Ll Yes Q No  If you answered yes to Question 16, What do you think Sechelt needs if it wishes to  better promote tourism?  No Chang  es        Improvements       New Facilit  Required  to Existing            Required  Accommodations  ���  ���                  ���  Services  a  ���                          ���  Campgrounds  ���  a                  ���  Attractions  ���  a                  a  Special Events  a  ���                  a  Signage  a  ���                   ���  Shopping Facilities  ���  ���                  ���  Other  ���  ���                   ���  18. Please indicate any particular heritage / environmentally sensitive sites that you  warrant special protection:  2  3.  4.  Q. Personal  19. How old are you?  ���  Ll 19 and under  ���  50*59  ��� 20-29  ��� 60-64  ��� 30 - 39  ��� 65-74  ��� 40 - 49  ��� 75 and over  20. Do you own or rent your living unit?  Ll Own  Ll Rent  21. Please indicate the number of adults and children (under 18) living in your household:   Adults  Children  22. Where is your main residence?  ��� Sechelt, if so which neighbourhood?   a Gibsons  ��� Port Mellon  Q Halfmoon Bay, Madeira Park/Garden Bay, Egmont  ��� Vancouver  ��� Other   23. How long have you lived in Sechelt? (circle one)  >1 year        1 - 2 yrs.       3-5yrs.        6-10 yrs.  24. How long do you intend to live in Sechelt? (circle one)  11-19 yrs.       20+yrs.  6-10 yrs.       11-19 yrs.       20+yrs.  ��� Condominium / Townhouse  ��� Mobile home  ��� Other  >1 year        1 - 2 yrs.       3 - 5 yrs.  25. What type of residence do you live in?  Q Single family dwelling  U Duplex / Triplex / Fourplex  ��� Apartment  26. Where is your main place of work?  CI Sechelt Ll Halfmoon Bay, Madeira Park / Garden Bay, Egmont  ��� Gibsons ��� Vancouver  ��� Port Mellon ��� Other   27. Do you have any additional comments that you feel are pertinent to the review of the  Official Community Plan?  Thank you for participating in the Official Community Plan review process. Please return  completed surveys by August 3,1993 to: 0r  The District of Sechelt. P"*0"8,   ���.     .  Attn: Planning Department "���*�� Sechelt office of  Box 129 ,ne Coaa- "���**���  5545 Inlet Avenue ^1 Cowrie Slre*"-  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0        ������   '���- ���-'  Sechelt, B.C.  . Coast News, July 19,  1993  community  dttds bey news  .  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  Is it really a hole in the ozone  layer or the debris being spouted  into the atmosphere by the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in the  Philipines. lhal is causing our  erratic weather? Our winter in  California was punctuated by  record rainfalls (they officially  ended a seven-year drought), it  was the coldest winter in 10  years! ... and now, summer (?) is  really a letdown. Earthquakes,  torrential rains, floods, hurri-  OPIN DAIf*  10-jPM  WiiettU   Cilts sS souvenirs handcrafted on the ptftnLm  lot-''��wu g-i-ia, your summer u'silo'S lo our (hop  RfASOSABLE PRICESCAU 885%94 OR 885-71J6  Member ol  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES  ��� Custom packing  & crating  ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Picking, Storage. Local at Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS    ^BKSffir   886-2664  canes, typhoons, all these acts of  nature, continue to headline our  newspapers. Perhaps il's time  man took a good long hard look  at what we are doing to contribute lo these unusual goings-  on. What kind of environment  are we leaving to our generations lo come?  The upside of Ihe current  weather is that everything is  lovely and green, the flowers  bright and sparkly with lhat  fresh-washed look. It's a bil of a  pain though when plans for outdoor barbecues, picnics, etc.  have lo be pul on hold in hopes  that tomorrow will see the end  of Ihe rain. The campers have lo  be a hardy bunch this year, especially the tenters, bul it doesn't  deter them as all the campsites  are full. Ferry traffic continues  to flash by wilh trailers and  boats in tow. confident that the  Sunshine Coast will still afford  them a wonderful vacation.  I'm told the fishing is great  this year and this always attracts  a huge number of visitors to our  area. We haven't wet a line for  two years now. but are planning  to get out very soon, then I'll  have some fish stories lo tell.  Legion  The Royal Canadian Legion,  Sechelt Branch 140, is holding  their annual picnic on Sunday,  July 23 at Porpoise Bay Picnic  sile. This is always a fun time  for bolh kids and adults, so pack  your lunch and supper and enjoy  a day at Ihe beach. There are  races for Ihe kids, horseshoes  for the adults, hot dogs and cold  drinks, so mark il on your calendar.  Birthday greetings go out to  three special gals Ihis week: Lee  Walker who celebrates hers  today, July 19 and Leslie Bailey,  who observes hers tomorrow,  the 20th, and Kay Metcalfe who  celebrates on Sunday. July 25.  Many more guys!  Welcome home lo son Gerry,  wife Joan and granddaughters,  Molly and Amy Ruth who are  slopping off for a visit en route  to Hawaii to seek some sun. It's  been a year since they've been  home, much, much too long!  Our son Joe will also come  home and we will enjoy a family reunion ... the years slip by so  fast.  Adele deUnge of Wilson Creek with her recently received 125th  Anniversary commemorative medal. De Lange is one of a number  nf Coast residents to receive the medal, awarded by the Governor  General of Canada, recognizing a high degree dedication and  service to the community. Joel Johnstone photo  Dorothy Jewell and residents of Shorncliffe enjoy a wide selection of pies prepared by staff and  family members Thursday. Joel Johnsione- photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder 885-7365  Some congratulations are in order this, week.  Sechelt's Talent Show at the Seniors Hall on Canada Day brought forth many talented young performers. All participants merit recognition but special congratulations go to Ihe winners. Aprile Dunlop, a dancer, and vocalists Jennifer Sinclair and  Carleen Rudland were selected in the 13 to 21 age  category. Gaelen Gorman and Sarah Norris were  selected in the eight to 12 age category. These winners will go on to the PNE Star Search next monlh.  Good luck to you all.  Commemorative medal  Adele DeLange, a long-time Coast resident,  was honoured recently by the Government of  Canada when she was awarded the Governor-General's Medal for a lifetime of community service.  Included with the medal was a letter of Citation  recognizing Ms DeLange for her "significant contribution to Canada, her community and to her fellow Canadians." After Ms DeLange came to Canada from England she joined Ihe Business Womens'  Federation in 1948 and has been a member ever  since. For 15 years, Ms DeLange volunteered and  worked long hours for the Sechell Library. As  well, as a member of the Senior Citizen Association, Adele DeLange was appointed lo the Provincial Board and acted as Treasurer Ihere for seven  years.  This award is richly deserved and il pleases all  who know her to see her efforts for Ihe community  through the years recognized from Rideau Hall.  Festival  The Festival of the Written Arts continues with  its summer programmes as it gears up for Ihe main  event in mid-Augusl. It's not too late to pick up  tickets to hear Ihe Cornucopia Brass Ensemble.  They will be playing at Ihe Festival Pavilion on  Saturday, July 24 at 8 pm.  The Festival is also presenting the Vancouver  Symphony Chamber Players with the Bard on Ihe  Beach Company on Sunday, August 8 at 2 pm.  This performance features selections from Vivaldi  with Shakespearean readings by Christopher Gaze.  As well, there are still some tickets available for  some of Ihe event and authors scheduled at Ihe  Festival of the Written Arts August 12 to 15. So  stop in at the Festival Office in front of Rockwood  Centre or call 885-9631 for up to date information.  Arts centre  There is a new exhibition beginning at the Aits  Cenlre on July 20. ll will mn until August 15 and  is called "Abstraction - The Mind's Eye". The  artists were invited lo show their work by special  invitation of the Centre's Curator. The Reception  for the artists is on July 24 al 2 pm. This is a good  time to view the show and talk with the artisls,  everyone is welcome.  A final congratulations and good luck to all 23  Sunshine Coasl athletes who will be taking part in  the 1993 BC Summer Games July 22 to 25 at  Chilliwack.  by Joyce Ostry  Upcoming senior, Branch  69, events include a garage sale  scheduled for August 14 and the  picnic on August 17 (not  August 14) at 12 noon, Provincial Park, East Porpoise Bay.  Electric Mobility Aids  As fun as il may seem, don't  freewheel down hills. Avoid  exr lively steep terrain. Read  your owner's manual for your  scooter limitations. Where you  musl travel on slopes, be sure  that your Iravel either straight  up or straight down since going  at an angle makes you less stable. Avoid turning on slopes,  but in situations where you  must, proceed as slowly and  cautiously as possible. Be extra  careful on slippery roads and  when travelling in snow, rain or  fog.  Never operate your EMA  with the power seat in an elevated position.  Using city streets  City building codes usually  set standards for the maximum  slope which is permitted in or  around buildings. However, this  does not mean that all streets  are safe to EMAs. Some streets  may already be sleeper than the  building code allows simply  because of the general lay of the  land around the area. Therefore,  il is possible that some of the  steeper streets are close to (or  even just beyond) the design  capability of an EMA.  On your EMA, you are a  greater danger to other pedestrians than they are to you, so use  caution when you drive near  others. (Personally, foot traffic  in front of me shopping  unnerves me; they often walk  backwards.) Travel slowly. This  gives both of you time to react.  Keep to the right side of the  sidewalk or corridor, and be on  the watch for pedestrians who  may not have noticed you. In  malls, stores and elevators go  slowly and watch out for those  ankles and feet.  jmC  The Coast made clear.  The Glassford Press family of publications are your definitive guides  to food, accommodation, shopping, recreation and adventure on  B.C's beautiful Sunshine Coast c$  ��� V  mm-_m_.mm_^_mm_m_^_-m  MM  _mmmmmammm_m Coast News, July 19, 1993  community  Friends and family 'roasted' Madge Newman on her 90th  birthday, July 17. Photo courtesy of Owen and Bill Boyte  whttworth chronicles  Coast pioneer  celebrates 90 years  by Dick Kennetl  She turns 90 on Wednesday  and the guest list for Madge  Whitworth Newman's "roast" in  the beautiful setting of Cooper's  Green looked like old home  week as family relatives and  old-time friends gathered to celebrate the birthday of this pioneer Roberts Creek historian and  one-time correspondent for the Coast  News in its early  years.  Son Jeff and  family from Abbots-  ford came, as will  extended family,  often referred to as  surrogate daughters,  including Kitty Clark, Sheila  Froese and Wilma Dean. In their  school years, they cherished  their upbringing with Madge  and mother Whitworth on the  old comfortable home on Crowe  Road.  For the past 20 years Madge  Ni.vtn.aii has lived in her tidy  house in Sechelt and is the darling of the firefighters nexl door,  even to the extent she stored  their antique fire engine in her  garage for a time. She keeps her  own garden for the most part  ' and has a guest cal which comes  for a snack at afternoon tea time.  She is probably Ihe library's best  customer over the years, but  confesses, "I haven't got around  to reading Pilgrim's Progress."  Printer's ink is in her blood  and on her fingers for she  ' remembers, as a young girl, she  'used to visil her Uncle John  Bales' newspaper office in the  valley and play with the typesetting machines of the Fraser Valley Record, of which he was  ' founder and publisher.  As her former neighbour on  ;<the Orange Road, my research  files became rampant with notes,  haltmoon happenings  Drive on into  the 21st century,  Madge, it's  notfar  letters and chats with this well-  read pioneer. Tales and exploits  of her father were forthcoming  as he was an engineer on BC's  coast and at one time the last  surviving crew member of the  original "Beaver" of west coast  fame, which met its Waterloo at  Prospect Point.  "When I was a baby my        father quit the open  sea, went to work  as an engineer on  the North Vancouver Ferry No. 3,  built a home on  15th Street and settled down," Madge        says. "I was later  kicked out of  school by our doctor who said it  was either my health or education as I was too important an  only child, so ihey chose my  health. By Ihis time they had  already purchased property at  Roberts Creek so we could live  in the country, my health would  improve and everything would  come up roses.  "Politics," Madge says,  "were not my thing, but I  remember J.S. Woodsworth  coming to our house on the  Crowe Road, sitting up all nighl  talking wilh my father and, after  bacon and eggs breakfast, walking back to Gibsons. I remember  him as a quiet gentle man."  Mother Whitworth confided  many years ago thai the CCF  was founded on the old Orange  estate.  Madge recounted school days  when Emily Orange drove her  little cart and horse, Tommy,  about the year 1917 when she  taught school at Elphinstone  Bay public school. When she  lefl the area, "My dad bought  the horse and cart for me."  Drive on into the 21st century, Madge, it's not far!  Ruth Forrester 885-2418  The weather gods looked  down with favour on Halfmoon  Bay last Sunday. While all Ihe  surrounding areas had rain,  ;Coopers' Green remained dry  and pleasant throughout the day  of the Country Fair, making for  a delightful day for Ihe over one  thousand folks who attended.  From early morning Ihe crowds  started to appear lo enjoy the  pancake breakfast, then at precisely 10:45 came lhe opening  ceremony for whal has been  estimated as the besl Fair yet. It  was the 27th Fair, and Ihe honour of declaring the Fair open  was carried out with dignity by  long-time Halfmoon Bay resident Mary Shannon, who  expressed the thanks and appreciation of all to the wonderful  committee who had worked so  hard in organizing the three-day  event.  The Fair actually began on  the Friday evening with the Car  Rally, with first prize of $100  going to Car #22 driven by  Leigh and Sarah. Peggy Connor  and Bud (the dog), got second  prize, a four-hour boat rental  courtesy Buccaneer Marina, a  jacket, courtesy South Coasl  Ford and a shirt and cap from  Color Youf World was third  a prize which went to Jean and  '. Tanya, Sandford and Sandford  were fourth for which the prize  was lube and oil at Skookum  Motors and a gift certificate  from Milore Nursery.  The big winner of Ihe day  was Linda Weir when her name  was drawn lo win the $750 for  Ihe 50/50 raffle.  In the Baking Contest it was  Maureen Foss who won Ihe  place of honour, first prize, with  Sandra Donald second and Lorraine Harvey third in Ihe adult  category. In Ihe kids' section,  first prize went to Eva McKenzie, second Megan Meers, third  place was a combined effort by  Ashley Johnson and Melissa  Williams.  The Saturday evening of the  Fair was also a very successful  and enjoyable event when a  couple of hundred people  enjoyed an excellent baron of  beef dinner, plus some fine  enlerlainmenl by some of our  local young singers. There was  music throughout the evening,  and despite the threat of bad  weather, it stayed fine for the  evening. At Ihe time of writing  the results of the Three Mile  Trophy race had not been  received, so this will come in  next week's column.  Friends and neighbours were  really sorry to hear of Ihe death  of Marg Buckley of Halfmoon  Bay. Our deepest sympathies go  out to Al and the family at this  sad time.  girl guide news  by Agnes Labonle  Living In Harmony - Today's Challenge is the theme for an  international camp hosted by Girl Guides of Canada in Guelph,  Ontario, from July 12 through 22. Some 2,000 Canadian girls and  500 intemalional participants will gather for this event held in the  Guelph Lake Conservation Area, where 1,500 acres of the 3,900-  acre park will be home to campers who will live in patrols of  eight Canadian girls and two international guests.  The program will vary from swimming and boating to hiking,  crafts, skills and discussion.  Selected for this special event are local guide members Shannon Wiekencamp, Ashley Carwithen, Julia Forward and Karla  Johnston, who will be accompanied by leaders Anna Girard and  Linda Curtiss. Campers are selected on the basis of experience  and knowledge of camp skills, interest in the outdoors and sense  of fun and adventure.  The objectives of the camp are lo examine Girl Guides/Girl  Scouts in the world and their relation to the environment,  advancement of girls and women, social responsibility and world  peace and lo increase their understanding and appreciation for the  environment, neighbours both local and global. "If it is to be, it's  up to me!" is the challenge faced by our young campers.  Wilson Creek  Gallery  Sale!  Sale!  Sale!  Descent  Talbot's First Light,  North Light, & Descent  SIZE: 18" x 24"  Only $49" ^  Wilson Creek Plaza & Field Rd., Hwy. 101  885-0877  ���������I  ^ifcdfc  Open 8 am - IO pm every day!  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Raisin Scone Ring       139  Cinnamon-Nut Loaf     089  454g  ��t  Seafood  Item  Limit one per  customer  July 19-25, 1993  Claytons Heritage  Market  aa*a**aM  MMMtMMi community  Coast News, July 19, 1993  11  oonwt-tnews  by Pat Thlbedeau  This week's theme for the Fun Program is  the arts. We will be introducing various  musical instruments and Erbbie the Babushka will be here with her puppet friends. On  Friday our theatrical troupe will be putting  on their performance. We hope to make  some puppets as well as musical instruments  during this week.  Thank you, Val Verrall and Kathy Silvey  for your assistance on Tuesday last week  with papermaking and beadwork. Also,  thanks to Construction Aggregates for the  very fine sand and to Randy Noble for delivering and building the sand box. Thanks go  to Dean Bosch for the soil for our planter  boxes, and to Neai Spicer for your assistance  with our sports and swimming endeavors.  Gus and Dana Angus as well as Tim and  Gale Roose are celebrating this month. Congratulations also go out to Alec Muncaster  and Sharon McKay who were married on  Saturday, July 10 in Prince Rupert, where  they will be residing. Alec and Sharon met  on "The Queen of the North" which plies the  waters between Prince Rupert and Port  Hardy on the Inside Passage.  Dave and Shirley Jensen have just added  a bouncing baby boy to their crew. The  newest member's name is Harley.  Congratulations to Chris Boutris, Julia  Craig and Crystal Craig on wonderful performances in West Side Story. Another successful performance was put on by the  Egmont Lions Club, who served up a delicious seafood dinner to at least 100 people.  Thank you to Constables Spinard and  Bott for their kindness to Kathy Silvey on  the evening of July 7 when Kaila was missing, and to all the volunteers who were prepared lo form a search party. Fortunately,  this was not necessary and Kaila was  returned safe and sound. Due to a misdirection of information, Kathy had not been  informed of a change in plans.  Welcome to all visitors to Egmont - Jake  Mees of Lillooet and Theo Roose, who is  visiting from Edmonton. Theo's an extra  four inches taller than last summer, but the  grin is the same. Also welcome to Josh  Hoist, who is pumping gas at the Backeddy.  If you're swimming or floating past Horst's  dock (next to the Egmont Fish Plant), stop in  at the palm tree and thatched roof hut for a  shake or a smoothie.  Raffle tickets are now on sale to raise  money for the Summer Fun Program.  Childreris  theatre  workshop  performers  take a bow  after giving a  special  showing of  'What's Her  Name'  Halfmoon  Bay Country  Fair  Saturday  afternoon.  Joel Johnstone  photo  community services  by Dianne Evans  Part II - Infant  Development Program  The Infant Development Program (IDP), as described in the  last column, is designed lo help  families with a child who has  special Jieeds. Special needs can  be in intellectual, behavioural.  physical or-RAnting areas.'ll W<"  sponsored by Community Services and funded by Ihe Ministry of Social Services.  A parent's view  Bronwen Sutherland is the  parent of a premature baby, and  involved in the IDP. A couple of  weeks ago she talked lo me  aboul the program.  "IDP is great. It involves Ihe  whole family, in a non-clinical,  non-institutional atmosphere,  because il takes place in your  own home," Bronwen told me.  "The parents, and the olher children in Ihe family are involved  in Ihe development of Ihe child  who has special needs.  "They (IDP) have Ions of  resources - books, toys, development aids, videos. It's very  helpful, and it really is helping  my olher two children cope with  the situation. We all look forward lo Ihe monthly visits from  Merrily (Merrily Corder, consul  tant wilh the IDP)," Bronwen  continued.  "I have found Ihe networking  with other parents to be very  important. The experience of  others who have been through it  can be a big support. If your  child al seven months isn't sit^-  Ihe information they need. As  well, dads may lap into a network of dads of children with  special needs which covers the  USA and Canada, through a regular newsletter. For more information please call Merrily at  885-5940.  ting un, you' HeWo icmW-tfef�� ' Early'childhood cehtrt*  ���,ilis.l.dmial! foi a premature baby  and other parents can help you  understand lhal."    To help parents of  premature babies  meel each other  Bronwen is working  to establish a regular  group. If you are Ihe  parent of a premature  baby and would like  to meet others, please  call the IDP at 885-  5940.  Dads' group  Fathers do not always have  the same opportunities to discuss the problems associated  with a child with special needs  as do mothers.  The IDP encourages dads to  get involved, and try lo arrange  some meetings at times when  dads can be Ihere loo. An informal support group for dads has  been established. Videos, articles and books can help dads get  Last June the first in a series  of workshops was held,  designed to educate  parents, daycare and  preschool slaff aboul  Ihe inclusion of children with special  needs.  "The IDP believes  that opportunities for  participation in childhood activities is a  "/ have found  networking  with other  parents to  be very  important  ���Bronwen Sutherland right, and that every     child has individual  strengths and competencies,"  Merrily said.  "We hope lhat every daycare, preschool, and family daycare will be able to include children with special needs in their  programs."  A video, "Including Everybody", has been locally produced by Cindy Ratzlaff, and  another video, "In Their Own  Way", will hopefully be aired on  local television later this year.  Both videos clearly illustrate the  positive influence the inclusion  of all children can have, on the  other children, and on the child  with special needs.  Follow-up workshops will  include how to incorporate  physical, speech and special  health needs into early cMld-' '  ;hond-cetattes. For information'-"  ���please call Merrily at 885-5940.  Twins club  Twins are not double the  trouble,'they're double the fun  but families with twin children  face a lol of challenges, and IDP  is there to help by sponsoring a  Twin Club for these families.  On the first Thursday morning of the month there is a playgroup for parents and children,  and on the third Thursday  evening there is a meeting for  parents, held in the parents'  homes.  If you are interested in joining this group and taking advantage of the resources offered by  IDP, and meeting other parents  of twins, call Merrily at 885-  5940. For information aboul all  Ihe programs under the Community Services umbrella please  call 885-5881, or drop into the  office at 5638 Inlet Avenue in  Sechelt.  Search for new direction  in healthcare underway  New Directions is Ihe name of thc Ministry of Health's program  that will, along with four olher priorities, shift heallh care decision  from Victoria to local communities and regions.  "The heath needs and concerns of British Columbians vary from  communily lo community and region lo region. By shifting authority  from Victoria lo community health councils and regional heallh  boards, the public and professionals can work togethet lo identify  local heallh priorities and co-ordinate local heallh services."  At a Sunshine Coasl community meeting at the Seniors Hall in  Sechell on June 23, Ihose attending elected a Steering Committee.  The task of the Steering Committee is lo guide a planning process  lhal will result in Ihe formation of a Communily Heallh Council for  Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  Members of Ihe Steering Committee elected on June 2.1 are  Shawn Cardinall (chairperson), Arnel Tuffs, Wendy Hunt, Paul Murphy, Francis Konopasek, Sharon Petzold, Helen Roy, Peggy Connor,  Wesley Jeffries, Martha Scales. The Steering Committee invited Pander Harbour to select a representative who will be a permanent member of the Steering Committee. The name of Ihis person will be published as soon as the selection is made.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows .Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOMF SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechell Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  COMMENCING JULY 2,1993  If B.C. Ferries .arriving .il Langdale Ferry Terminal arc not on time,  Sunshine Coasl Transit riders will have to wait for a later bus.  All buses musl leave the ferry terminal by 25 minutes past  the hour at the latest to facilitate other riders along Ihe roule.  The only exception to Ihis ruling is the  5:30 p.m. ferry from I lorseshoe Bay.  Rosina Giles, Manager  Sunshine Coast Transit System  LOGS  WANTED  &  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  Jolaine Percival placed second in Canada for the Javelin in the  Junior Canada Games in Quebec July 8 with a personal best of 41.5  m and is headed for Winnipeg for the Junior Pan Am Games to by  and edge out the competition from Manitoba who threw just over 42  m. Her family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to the  community for all their support. We all wish her the best of luck in  her future efforts towards the Commonwealth Games.  Malaspina Annual Regatta  Congratulations to Rick Reynolds, Jock Hermon, Dave White, Tom  Barker and all the sailors who were out on July 3 despite the rain and  lack of wind at the beginning of the race. I am really looking forward  to being out there racing again next year.  KldsBoatwlse  Phone Rita at 883-2459 to register your child in a Safe Boating  course.  Harbour Gallery  Harbour Gallery is hosting a free Drop-in Life Drawing Class on  Mondays from 9:30 to 12 noon. Phone June at 883-2807 for more  information.  Old growth tours  Old growth tours are continuing on Saturdays at 11 am through  September at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre on Trout Lake Road  Hey there!  Don't forgot wo oro  abovo "Chockors!"  ^Thrifty*  HELP THE  Donations    896-2488 or Box 5(8  fht\tl  WIS 1  IKH'SI  You are Invited to attend our  second Open House to  review and comment on the  conceptual land use plan  for our site In West Sechelt.  The conceptual plan  has been developed as a result of  the site Inventory and analysis  and public Input.  Thursday. July 22, 1993  from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Conference Room  nun e tibi,        The Driftwood Motor Inn ���>��� ���  fiftmi             ���'9ii54Trailataww-e' *"���-��*$&    Sechelt, B.C. '"'  MacMILLAN BLOEDEL LIMITED  Stillwater Division  Royal Canadian Legion  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street ��� 885-2526  Friday & Saturday, July 23 & 24  DESPERADOS  frUmyonly-  6-8pm, $7.00 ind. 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V4G IHI  Fax: I (6(H) 941)-1584  ncc^ncc^roce^iccc^cr]  Tli��' IV��li\;il Concert S<*ri<*s  PRESENTS  ' CORNUCOPIA BRASS ENSEMBLE  Saturday, July 24, 8:00 pm  3 frenrh horns, trumpet, bam anil tenor trombones  in a prop-am of Bach, Mozart, Grieg, Rossini,  Debussy, Faure, Kllington, Monk ami Gershwin.  THE HUGH FRASER QUINTET  Saturday, July 31, 8:00 pm  An evening of outstanding high-energy music in the classic  a. jazz tradition with all original compositions and arrangements  by this award-winning Canadian quintet.  Sponnorml by Talewind Books. _____>  THE VANCOUVER SYMPHONY  CHAMBER PLAYERS  with the  ^BARD ON THE BEACH COMPANY  Sunday, August 8, 2:00 pm  This special performance will feature selections from  Vivaldi's Four Seasons with readings from Shakespeare  } by Christopher Gam and Merrilyn Gann of Ihe Hard on lhe  Beach Company. Sponsored by lhe Trail Bay Mall Merchants  Association ami Trail Bay Developments.  THE SOLID BRASS  TROMBONE BAND  Wednesday, August II, 8:00 pm  Solid Brass returns for a pre-Festlval performance with  a program of traditional jazz, straight ahead swing,  romantic ballads, sambas, and rock.  Sponsored by Super valu and the  Sunnycrest Mall Merchants Association.  THE CHAMBER ENSEMBLE OF  THE CBC RADIO ORCHESTRA  Sunday, August 15, 7:00 pm  This |ierformance of the versatile 22-member ensemble  under conductor  .4RTHUR POLSON  will feature Gene Ramsbottom on clarinet.  S|K,nsored by the Royal Bank, Sechelt.  W-ml^l^wiUUhf-UclihmU  Ftrti^PmvUi^aUlKmdmUCt*ihl  :OR   TICKETS   OR  MORE   II*  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967  Forst mural idea coming on stream  by Darah Hansen  The large, earthy face of an unknown  playwright and his dreams will soon find its  place in Ihe foyer of the Women's Institute  Mall.  Entitled Stream of Ideas, the clay mural is  the direct and visually stimulating result of  several weeks work and inspiration by Gibsons scuplor and poller Pat Forst.  Stream of Ideas is the latest of a growing  desire by Forst to expand on her already  well-established talents.  "Clay lo me is natural. It's been pari of  my life for so long," she says. "1 know what  it does and where I'm going with it.  "What I like aboul (il) is the emotion I'm  able to evoke in others."  'Clay to me is natural It's  been part of my life for so  long'  -I'm Forst  She says as an artist, it's exciling to hear  reactions expressed by viewers towards her  works coming back to her. Often, she's  found, what she thinks she's put into a sculpture isn't necessarily what others, able to  take a step back from the work, get oul of it.  "The subconscious does so much," she  says.  In her own art, Forst says, Ihe ideas take  the longest lo formulate.  "Mostly, I gel one idea and thai becomes  another."  Where the ideas come from, she's less  certain - sometimes her own imagination,  sometimes images from a magazine, sometimes suggested by the purchaser or by the  function of the building in which Ihe art will  be displayed.  But something she's noticed is common  to all her works: they require a lot of space.  "I have always worked big. It's the way I  feel comfortable. These murals, they need to  be big. They make a statement and that  stalcment needs lo be big."  Olher examples of Forsl's clay work will  be on display al Rockwood Cenlre in Sechell  during thc month of August.  Red Thunder booming into Rockwood Pavilion  Get ready. Red Thunder is  set to storm the stage at the  Rockwood Pavilion.  One of Canada's foremost,',  native performance companies,  Red Thunder Native Dance Theatre, from Ihe Tsuu T'ina  (Sarcee) Nation in Calgary,  Alia, is a unique performance  company which incorporates  Great Plains Nations dance traditions with such modern  embellishments as rap music  and voice-over monologues.  YOU'LL MAKE  MONEY WITH  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Red Thunder, under Ihe  direction of Lee Crowchild, has  appeared lo sold-out audiences  all over the world including  F.urope and New Zealand.  Opening for Red Thunder at  Ihe one-night performance will  be Chief Leonard George (son  of Chief Dan George) and Ihe  Children of TaKiYa, a singing  and dancing troupe based in  North Vancouver.  The sunset performance will  benefit this year's Native Cul  tural and Theatre Arts Society's  to be held al Camp Salish (a.k.a.  Camp Byng).  Camp Salish is a two week-  long intensive camp for native  and non-native youths age 13 to  18. The emphasis of the camp is  on education, self-esteem and  gaining spirituality through the  performing arts. Participants  explore their own culture and  creativity in workshops led by a  variety of established Canadian  artists, as well as elders who  teach traditional Firsl Nations  arts.The entire family will enjoy  this celebration of First nations  culture.  Performance takes place on  Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 8:30 pm  at the Rockwood Pavilion. Tickets are $10.50 and includes a  cup of coffee as well as various  native food samples.  Tickets can be reserved by  calling the Festival of the Written Arts Ticket Office at 885-  9631.  Students taking notes, learning  score from Rockwood music staff  Put that kind of power to  wori< for you i Gill us at  886-2622  or 885-3930  We aKCept *��W  or   ___  foi your convenience  by Jane Seyd  Whether it was the language of the clarinet, the  correct posture for playing flute or Ihe basics of the  12-bar blues, Sunshine Coast music students got a  chance to learn how it's done right Friday.  Music experts from both near and far came to  Rockwood Cenlre to provide a morning of intensive clinics for students laking part in the second  annual music school.  Local musicians David Scott and Kelly Schmidt  provided the finer points for burgeoning flute and  brass players respectively, while Gene Ramsbottom, prinicipal clarinet player for Ihe Vancouver  Symphony Orchestra instructed on reeds.  In Ihe Friday morning sessions at Rockwood,  young drum and cymbal players were gelling hints  on timing in Scott's lesson, while upstairs, flutists  learned lo breathe from the diaphragm and clarinet  players worked on "articulation" of the notes.  In these smaller groups, students can get specific questions answered, by someone who really  knows their instrument, says Karen Tigert, who  runs the summer music school.  This year, 23 students aged 11 to 15 are taking  part in the music school which runs for two weeks  at Rockwood.  Students meet three hours a day to do sheet  music, learn about music history, and "a lol of  playing, from solos to ensembles," says Tigert.  The two-week music school costs $25 per sludent. Other costs are sponsored through Mountain  FM.  on the arte beat  lid-Summer Blow-Out  on the Latest Looks for  Him and  THE BAYSIDE BUILDING. SECHELT   k,o�� mm Taaail Bay Mall  885-3122 H  The Sunshine Coast arts centre is presenting the 6th Annual  Summer Craft Fair August 14  and 15 al Hacked Park in  Sechelt.  This fair has a growing reputation among artisans and visitors for excellence lhat is making it one of the premier craft  events in BC.  The Sunshine Coasl's major  craftspeople will be participating. It is a unique opportunity lo  see Iheir work in one venue.  Joining them will be exhibitors  from other parts of BC. The  largest fair yet.  The fair will be held the  same weekend as the Festival of  Written Arts and will give festival visitors an exciting place to  visil between events.  Make this a family day - the  children's tenl activities will  entertain the young. There will  be a number of excellent food  booths and musical entertainment all day. For more information, call Sandra at 886-8261 or  886-4863.  II. sports  Coast News, July 19, 1993  13  coestgolf  Monday, July 5: Low net:  Nan McFarlane and E. Small;  2nd: Lorna Huggins and E.  Matthews; low putts: Judy  Holding and C. Barnes.  Tuesday, July 5, 18 Hole  Ladies:  1st flight: J. Wannamaker  net 69: 2nd: L. Evans net 71; J.  Trousdell net 73.  2nd flight: P. Scarr net 63;  E. Evans net 69; T. DesBrisay  net 73.  3rd flight: J. McMillen net  69; R. Hincks net 76; C. Elson  net 77.  Overall game Captain versus  Vice Captain winners: Vice  Captains.  Wednesday, July 7, Senior  Men: 86 players played straight  golf. 1st: L. Nanson, G. Mar-  don, A. Manning, E. Steeves  and G. Trant.  Wooden Tee Award:  L. Breedon, P. Smith, B.  Hobbs, K. Abrams, D. Doig.  Closest to the hole: Paul  Smith.  Sunday, July 11, Men's  Summer Medal. A really good  turnout, 61 players competing.  Overall winner H. Larsen nel  62; low gross winner J. Peel 67;  3nd low net R. Qually.  Keep your eye  \  ^       %  r  i  w    \3Q  on this one.  NX  Gibsons  'Mosquito'  '���.  \  division  Allstars gave  Coquitlam/  Port Moody a  (  J  -^  narrow 4-5 win  l  ^1    \W :  a<fj  Wednesday.  3  '*^**--****"*          *  Joel Johnstone  -*-.       ~v ,    ..-, m  w  photo  . ���>Ip^f' ?Hiw^p*Rj  1   fei  ' Mr  t_^_m_^_^_J_WL_^��_t_��_^_u_t_t_^_L 1  ** ^'^^^tWKM  ��� .  ^^ja^^ll^j  .,      .,���,    nrntm* ������������'        '   '.  ^\i|L  .. . ^  -a��fc.  ..~����JL4p.'*��-  "**>            *"                                             ���...:������  " *" ���'mm^i/_tLmm__\  ri  ���          ���     ..        ���  -aw.  Equestrian show slated for Cavalcade weekend  by Susan Milne  The Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club's  Summer Horse Show will be held during the  Sea Cavalcade weekend at the ring behind  the Gibsons pool.  Saturday, July 24, beginning at 12 noon,  there will be a Western Show with team cattle penning and gymkhana events. The cattle  penning is exciting to watch as two or three  teams of horses and riders enter the ring and  have approximately two minutes to separate  two head of cattle from the herd and drive  them into the pen. Come and watch local  horses and riders enjoy this challenge!  Sunday, July 25, starting at 10:30 am, the  English Horse Show begins with several  show jumping classes.  Here horses and riders attempt to jump a  series of coloured jumps without any  refusals or knockdowns. The jumping course  at this Sea Cavalcade show has been  designed by Roberts Creek resident, Jeanine  Ellingham, a short list three day event rider  for the Canadian Equestrian Team.  Spectators are welcome - refreshments  will be available throughout the weekend -  come and support your local equestrian participants.  For more information call Jodi 886-3059  or Sue 886-8568.  Pegasus soccer team  heading for native  tournament goal  by Jane Seyd  Sporting the team banner and  the Sechelt Indian Band flag, the  Pegasus midget boys soccer  team is off to kick, nudge and  chip their way through competition at the North American  Indigenous Games taking place  this week in St. Albert, Sask.  The 15 boys on      the team will compete with others  from around  Canada and North  America in the 16  and under age category.  Earlier this  year, the Pegasus  team members  proved themselves  as the gold division league  champions and winners of the  pioneer cup - the best ever result  for a Sunshine Coast juvenile  soccer team.  Coach Frank Hoehne  attributes the team's success to a  "very strong defence" plus a  strategy of playing "attacking  soccer" - keeping the ball in the  opposition end.  To be on the team, players  must agree to "no drugs or alcohol - that's our primary concern," says Hoehne. The boys  must also be dedicated to practice - which has been five days a  week. Recent training has also  involved a substantial jog:  coaches have driven the boys  out to Trout Lake, "then we kick  them out and make them run  'There's nobody  who stands on  the sidelines  with their hands  in their pockets'  - Frank Hoehne  home," says Hoehne.  In return, everybody gets to  play, "from the weakest to the  strongest," says Hoehne.  "There's nobody who stands on  Ihe sidelines with their hands in  their pockets who goes home  with a clean jersey."  Since its first formation in    1964, many now-  senior soccer players on the Coast  have played on the  Pegasus team, he  adds. "1 played on  the first edition as a  juvenile."  However the  calibre of play is  much higher now,*  he says. Hoehne  says fundraising for the team  trip has gone well, with the boys  taking part in car washes, bake  sales, bingos and concessions.  Approximately 20 local businesses have also responded to  funding requests, allowing the  team to raise $15,000.  The boys, aged 13 to 16, will  take part in a pow wow and  march in opening ceremonies at  St. Albert, said Hoehne.  They will also get a chance to  watch a variety of other events  from swimming to track and  field competition taking place  during the week.  The team, Hoehne and second coach Howard Joe left yesterday with a contingent of  about 10 supporters. They return  July 25.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Vixt Coast Ittws  WARRANT Officer Tinman ti  ���pending a few days here with  his cousin, Miss Burrell. He  wu stationed at Leeminga,  Yorkshire, and this is his second  leave in six years. WO. Tin-  mam' home is in Santa Barbara,  ���California.  Charlie Knowles. Gibsons  Landing, will come tu the  Creek any evening wilh fresh  salmon and cod. He has a  license to sell and will come up  by boat and tie up at the wharf.  Mr, and Mrs. Orr are having  quite a time with their children.  Both theif son John and daughter June are on the casualty list.  John fell and gave his knee a  nasty cut, and Juno fractured  her arm. Both children are  getting along fine now so let's  hope it is all over for a while.  A meeting of thc Roberts  Creek Players Club was held at  the home of Mrs. Hugh'.s on  July 5 with four new members  ���'eient. It was decided that  tne club would go into rehearsal  for two one-act plays, with the  added attraction of a dance following, to take place on August  24. With plays commencing this  fall new members wishing to  join will please contact Mrs.  Hughes.  Margaret Williams is spend,  ing a holiday with her family.  Mrs. Foley and Marilyn are  ���pending a few days in Vancouver.  It has been decided to keep  up the old-time dances here if  possible. A set of drums arc  needed to add the finishing  touches to the local orchestra.  Admission is 50 cents so every*  one show up at thc Community  Hall for half a dollar's worth  of fun.  Kathleen Gray has returned  tf Vancouver, where she has  inken a job in the Kernsdale  district  Mr. L. Olson and son Ira have  fl here to work at Toha Inlet.  Collins  and  I.es  Green  '"d   application   (or the  ���������>-. A-   Force.  8.1-vlnf ��� Profmalve  *   nrowtm  Art* on B. C'a Southern Co.at  Covers   fsYchfll.  tllliwitati   Landing.  Port   Mellon, woodfibre, S'luimiin  Irvin*. Undlna. Half M.ion Bay  Hardy lilnnd, Pender Harbour  Wllion Creek, ttnberta Creek  (Irantham'e landing. Egmont.  Hopkln'i .Unfllnit. Brackendale  Cheekeyt*. elc.  Vol. 1���No. 45  HALFMOON BAY,-B.C.     Friday, July 19,1946 5c Per Copy. $2.50 Per Year, by Mail  R.C.M.P. TRAINS WITH T.C.A.  With the reorganization of its  aviation section recently, the R.C.  M.P. posted Sergeant D. W. Dawson,  AFC, of Calgary and Ottawa, to  Winnipeg to take T.-.i. -f-t^ja  Air Line.' pilots training course.  Sergeant I)., -n joined the R.C.  MP In 1934 and transferred to its  aviation division in 1938. With the  outbreak of war he enlisted in the  R.CAF. and served first as an  instructor mid later on coastal  patrol out ot Newfoundland He  t.iurnvd to police service last fall.  He is seen with J. H. Tudhope,  general manager, operations, Trans-  Canada Air Lines, under whose  direction the training wing  operates. He qualifies shortly for  an air transport instrument rating.  LEADERS CONFEF  Community Groups  Co-ordinate Activities  PERMANENT co-ordination of provincial community centre work has been assured by the recent founding of  the B.C. Community Centre Organization.  The organization, officially announced Thursday, was  formed following the week-long conference of 70 community  leaders who met in late June at the University of British  Columbia.  The new body under  President W. R. McDougall,  principal of North Vancouver High school, will "act as  a co-ordLuting body to pro-  vHr. lor exchange of information among members"  and "to facilitate the work  of local community centres."  form of a beach party, where u  wiener roast was enjoyed by  the invited guests.  The Kewpie Kamp is now  open and a large number of  girls have arrived to spend two  weeks' holiday.  Mrs. J. Edlund made a trip  to Vancouver to spend a few  days.  David Doulilier, the Co-op  store manager, has left for S;is  katoon to meet his wife who  arrived in Hi-'ifax aboard tHe  Oui" M:v        July h a  NEW ZEALAND  WOMAN VISITS  PARENTS HERE  GRANTHAM'S LANDING -  Mrs j. Bitllngham of Auckland, New Zealand, who is visiting with her parents. Dr and  Mrs.   R    p    Dolierty   of   West  Vancouver, has been spending a  few days with hei aunt. Mrs  A II  Huycke at (irnntham's  Mrs. Billingham made thc en.  tiie trip from Auckland to Vancouver by air. with stops at  Honolulu and San Francisco.  She fill remain in Canada un-  ' ���ilhngli.'im returns from  with the merchant  Farewell Party  Honors Selma  Soderman  A FAREWELL party was Riven  in honor of Miss Selma Soder-  ni.in July 9 at the Brook*, resi.  dence.  Those prcsmt to enjoy the  evening Were Misses Kuth Morrison, June Hunt. Patricia Mc-  Cormack, Tea  Martin,  Donne  Matheson,    Lucy    M;irttn    and  Colleen    Brooks.    Mi      .Marsh  Hurren.   Don   McRae,   Bryan  Buckley, Jack   Mahood,   Albert  Lassman, Garnet Markl, Johnny  Dnnka   and Joe  Skein l  A suitcase was pre"  Miss   Soderma"  gift  nnd ih-  ipprecla*  Preliminary work has been  done by an interim committee  under the presidency of Gordon  M. Wilson, director of Fatrview-  Mount Pleasant YMCA. Director of the recent U.B.C. conference was Elizabeth V.  Thomas, special lecturer ia  group work with the U.B.C.  social work department  Officers uf the new council  are:  Honorary president. Dr. G. M.  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Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    j  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D 8c P CONCRETE  PLACING* FINISHING  KasiiUnii.il and Commercial  ACI Ccrllllcd  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautcls  886-0340 885-5492  Fastrac backhoe ft  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS cri*  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ���WATER LINES CAT 41b   4X4  ��� clearing       STEVE JONES   886-8269  f  ZORNES  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves OUAMNmS  fS. MADILL CONTRACTING I  Ml typei of concrttt work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, bioomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  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Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FA.SIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  3  Ired Cocker  |   (Lravt MestaRft  Vj-honc 885 6065  PO Box 1596  S��*i*, B.C  VON BAoy  >��  Free Estimates  886-7571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  ^vmm Jay Thomas Awn ivo  / ' \  WVINi'S CONSTRUCTION LTD,  Cuslom homes ��� Small commercial  Renovations ��� Forming ��� Framing ��� Finishing  Irv HiMtbrmrft 1131774  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial,  Industrial  JOE McCANN (tag. 10131  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Und ClMring A Davtlopnwnt  Cam Mackenzie  Co-orailinated,  Creative Pesign  uyMTat:  Installation ������--,,l*****-** ������ ~m%_\~W __\m ������  ��� Ceramic Tile, Marble  & Granite  Winds, Unlc-ue Drape'ry & Be-lcoverinajs  ��� Total Interior Design & Drafting for New Homes,  Additions, Commercial  CallAnthea 655-027) any time  (#��S Coast News, July 19, 1993  15  Alcohol consumption cited as  cause in majority of boating accidents  Vt'jticti/->f    Pnllanln,!    \a...    ��1__    I�� _ J    **>__ ���        ������ - _ __ _       ���    mm  Statistics collected by the Red Cross indicate  recreational fishers aire the group most in danger of  drinking and drowning.  A review of drowning incidents indicates 75 per  cent of recreational fishers who drowned while  fishing from small boats were significantly intoxicated. In all drownings from small power boats,  53 per cent of the victims were intoxicated.  "Recreational fishers fall into that category of  boater we call the occasional boater and these are  the people most at risk," says Rick Graham, man  ager of water safety services for the Red Cross,  BC/Yukon. "People who drink and boat fail to  realize how quickly they can be in danger when  out on the water."  A minor incident, that normally would not be a  problem, can become disastrous if you lack normal  coordination and reaction time due to drunkeness.  Graham also pointed out that people who are  boating can't rely on a sober captain to save them.  The designated driver concept won't work on the  water.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  li  ���Decks  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    w*"  VINYL & CEDAR SIDING     ��*tAtttmil  haMMMS-SfSl    bw.aas-3613  BI SUNSHIHE KITCHENS  KITCHENS a BATHROOMS'  888-9411  Cellular 250-3378  PRECISE PMNTING & PLASTER  ��� Complete Custom I'ainling  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� journeyman Workmanship  Neale Free  886-0928 Estimates  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  jj      you Tound them in  ,.    The Coast News    j  s/^ $if yl For tlte finishing touch  fCjslZ  _>f  Crania,   r_m.rn.sm.  Eric's Drywall  give us a call  885-6052  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  "��� imaginative renovations  lfyears in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES 885-6096  free estimate!   INSULATION  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses!  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ���    The Coast News  landscaping  P FREE ESTIMATES  LAND 8CAPINO    LTP.  885-5954  Professional detlm and  quality ImtaVaUon  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free EitlmatM: Pat 885-2870  MARINE SERVICES  Ship Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS * SERVICE  ���SUP SHAPE SERVICE"  Cimll Bolty, PreprtMor R.R. 1, Mauon Rons.  PH:M5-S27l(Bsl��.) Sa-chtlt, B.C.  MS-MIS (RM.) V0NJA0  &.  uccaneer  Marina y Resort Ltd  Localed in Seciel Cove 885*7886  MARINE SPECIALISTS " YEARS  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K i C Thermoglass _  Cobra Boals now  In-Stock  .,'.i^:wij:V.  outboards  I  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  Cottrell's  Marine  is Ine Ettkiiivt  OMkrshlploilhe  Sunshine Coast  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  FHturlna*  Yamaha's nsw  StsmOrivs  .*.��' COTTRELLS r*  MARINE     SFRVICF    L  aJ  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL a STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   SERVING THE FOREST. MARWE aSND CONSTP.UC.nON INDUSTRIES  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  HOWARD LANG ������ --,.. _.______..   ,  .���.-.QEEDaao ansoaai, 886-3231 MS-043iy  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you (ell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    a  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  VAUIYMOVI POOLS ASMS  ��� NEWP0OIS   ��� LINER REPLACEMENT  ���AILACCESSORIES 4P0aREBUILDING  ��� FUULINEOf SPAS SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 885-6477  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  UlSffi��H  y '  731 North Hd., Cib��on�� 886-2912  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping ��� Trimming .Pninlng ��� Bnnh Chlppar  ' Danjsir Tm Rtrmvtl  Bora-tod and Ineurad ��� 20 Ym-�� 6��p��rl<wo��  885-3887  Thank You i  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  Sechelt Council is examining  the pros and cons of a new  bylaw, which, if passed, will put  lighter controls on developers in  new subdivisions of the municipality.  Richard Schick, the General  Manager of the Richmond Gateway Theatre, has been appointed Theatre Consultant to the  Gibsons Landing Theatre Project.  At last week's meeting of  Gibsons Council, Planner Rob  Buchan told council that Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper had  appointed Desmond M. Connor,  Consulting Sociologist, as its  consultant to prepare an impact  program study on their expansion plans.  10 YEARS AGO  A new proposal is presented  which would see a marina built  in Gibsons Harbour as a cooperative venture between private enterprise and municipal  governmenl.  Developers Jon McRae and  Art McGinnis appear before  council to present their proposal.  Area E attempts for the second time in less than a year to  change lot sizes from one-quarter of an acre to one-third in  areas of steep slope.  A gathering of former fellow  teachers honours Les Peterson  1 as he reaches the official retirement age. Ill health caused Les  to stop teaching some yean ago.  "Mr. Pete', beside being a well-  loved teacher of English for  many years at Elphinslone Secondary School, is regarded as  Ihe Coast's pre-eminent historian.  An 83-kilometre ultrama-  rathon is to be held, Egmont to  Gibsons, as part of Sea Cavalcade festivities.  15 YEARS AGO  It was officially announced  on July 21 that Patrick Lane of  Halfmoon Bay has been accepted for the position of writer in  residence of the University of  Manitoba in Winnipeg for the  1978/79 academic year.  20 YEARS AGO  Immediate adoption of the  plan to relocate the Coast Highway from Langdale to Sechelt is  requested by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  The Coast News editorializes  that given this decision the issue  should be regarded as settled.  25 YEARS AGO  It was a big day for Port  Mellon Community Association  at Seaside Park last Saturday  when the Annual Sports Day  drew an excellenl crowd.  30 YEARS AGO  Fire, which broke oul at 2:30  pm on Saturday, caused close lo  $50,000 damage to Sechelt Inn.  Seven guests were registered at  the time.  Frederick Charles Grantham,  after whom Grantham's Landing was named, died on July 19  in Vancouver General Hospital  in his 93rd year.  35YEiUtSAGO  Owing to the seaman's strike  which has cut off normal traffic  with the Lower Mainland, the  Coast News is forced to curtail  the size of this issue from the  usual eight pages to four.  A potentially disastrous Tire  breaks out in Sechelt on Saturday at the premises of Peninsula  Logging Supply Co.  40 YEARS AGO  Last Sunday the Jervis  Express, Gulf Wing, and Snow  Prince were all docked at  Sechelt Wharf.  During the day a floatplane  also tied up and it is apparent  that the need for wharves and  floats has not passed with the  advent of a ferry service and the  prospect of a paved road.  45 YEARS AGO  A new appropriation of  $100,000 is in place for the  renewal of Roberts Creek  Wharf.  A further appropriation to  dredge out a small boat harbour  at the mouth of the creek is still  MON TIME HT. FT  0705  12   1355  MO   1745  0000  6.3  11.1  10.3  13.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0205  16 1005  FR   1805  2240  13.4  26  14.0  11.7  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0750 5.5  13 1540 11.8  TU   1900    11.2  SAT TIME HT. FT.  031)0  17 1050  SA   1835  2330  134  20  14,4  11.3  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURSTIME HT. FT  0035 13.6  14   0840 46  WE   1645 12.6  2030 11.7  SLOT TME HT. ci.  0355 13.5  18 1130 1 5  SU   1905    14.7  0115 13.4  15   0925 3.7  TH   1730 13.4  2145 11.9  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    %_r_TZ_l?imTZZ?rt*m.  Pacific Standard Tlma ""*" -*"- -~   "*"  MdTmln.torMehR,��Htf.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  mv  po*4  OUTFIT  ���:'���;��'��� .)  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday July 20,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "Comfort Foods We Uve It Still"  7:00pm  Sechelt Indian Nation Land Claims Forum  Coverage of the forum held at the Raven's Cry Theatre  Wednesday July 21,1993  7:00pm  Bedtime Stories  From the Coast Academy of Dance & Fine Arts.  Taped in the Ravens Cry Theatre.  8:00pm  Maintaining Seniors' Independence Through Home Adaptations  The majority of seniors wish to continue living in their homes for  as long as possible. This programme identifies the difficulties that  seniors can experience and the types of adaptations available.  8:30pm  Sechelt Celebration Days  Parade  9:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Soup's On!"  Thursday July 22,1993  7:00pm  Gibsons Ambassador Pageant  "Live"  Full coverage of Ihis year's Sea Cavalcade Event "Live" \from  Elphinslone Secondary School Gym.  Saturday July 24,1993  11:00am  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Parade  "Live"  il In SOI  IOK1)  CLIP & SAVE  El Bcf��RR|es Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  i Leave Langdale Leave Horaeehoe Bay  ��� 6:20 am  ��� 8:30  ! 10:30 8:20 M  ��� 12:25 pmM  10:10*  S 2:30  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Earls Cove Leave SaHary Bay  ���TMSQEWS      BWElIto  wmmmtm 16  Coast News, July 19, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 timcs!  Q9  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  mm Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  WATERFRONT/UPLAND  CROWN LAND  For Sale by Public Offering  BC Units is aiin.liaa.iins- a Salt- hy l-iilslii- Olft-rini, nf III  waterfront anil nplantl lists located at Hannah  Ukr.lnilian Ann. Srirrl Cuvc. Agamemnon Channel.  Texaila Islaml anil East of Gales lake  To have an Information package mallcil to you, please  plaonc or fax your name, ailslress anil phone numlaer  to:  BC Landa  401* 4603 Kingsway  Burnaby, B.C. VSH 4M4  Telephone: 600-5500 Fax: 660-5538  Offers musl he suhmltleil lay 1:50 P.M., August l\.  1993. on forms proviileil in the information paikage  Instant house all ready to put on  your own property. Beautiful swell-  cared lor modular home, 24x32,  bay window, sundeck, 2 BR, elc.  Bought new 1980 by n/s senior  who is now returning to England.  Veiy well insulated, c/w appliance,  furnishings. Valued at $34,000  0e0.see-2s130ree6-9211.i3iw  Panoramic view lol Gibsons Harboui, $67,500. Ron Chunick, Sutton Group WCR, 623-5522. ��29w  ROBERTS CREEK  Nice, dean starter home. 1600 sq.  II. two levels. 3 bdims, lamily  room, two 4-pce. baths' 6' tubs.  Carpon, deck, 73��104 lot. 5 min.  walk lo beach. Close to school,  store, library, posi office. $152,000  OBO. Phone 666-4522, lau 886-  4596. I31w  Four bdim home plus 1 bdrm suite,  Wesl Sechell, excellenl investment. $145,000.665-5764.     ss  DROPOFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  DEADLINE IS 3  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  H&J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  ii     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  y  i l{;pt . H  __~   fr4 MB  I  i  (3  __\j__t_^_t  Dave Orr and hia great staff w<U hrlp you place  your clammed*, at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Placei In Pender Harbour.  8023 Southwood Road. 3 bdrm, Gibsons - near new, S/S duplex  lamily room, 2 balhs, oil heat and (strata), 3 bdims, 2 lull balhs, quel  wood, RV shelter, garage root cel- residential location. Garage * car-  lar and lots more. No appointment port. Asking $136,500. 1-296-  dio. David 6850355.  necessary. Fuller and Assoc. 965- 5215. Hide. Sutton Group Excel.  9323. Mlw I29cn  AUDIO RECORDING .BOOT HILL RV PARK  Professional 24-liack recording  Available immediately - 2 view  now on the Coasl. Mobile and stu-  sites with lull hookups, cablevision  ��1w  KIDS AWAY? HOUSE TOO BIG?  Consider the Wesl End. 370 con-  dos available liom $100,000 to  $3+ million. Call Klaus Stolte Realty Work) In Town, 685-5951 .MOcn  Country living on North Shore, 3  bdrm, 2 bath, tamily room, garden  studio. On lishing river Walk lo  Park Royal. $315,000.984-0001.  12901  View Ihe sunsets ovei the watei  Irom Bonniebrook Heights. 5 mins.  lo beach, 10 mins. to terry. 6 yr ok)  3.000 sq It. 4 BR. 3 bathrm. lull Im.  bsmt. with sepaiate entrance to a  one BR suite. $219,000.886-3575.  131 en  48' 1330' ol prime low bank watertront in Gibsons Haibour near Gibsons Manna. House needs repair  but could be lixed up tor recreational or rental use. Property zoned  Tounst Commercial (C-2). Double  garage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070. ss  OTHER Pliiltt LAND OFFCIIINIW  Isarssiv liSD �� airaln.ii ai|,..ul |-n-arri,-, mr *)-.. I. ,���a  I a-fla-araJh. ,1k-1 aaaaa.., Htwk, 1 toaanislSalr Aaa-aa.i S I'.IS  1   V,. f!iashr��lnl<iaaaiatlaa-.ah>���� ihca- liaa |.raar ,at.anrllv  KSb,.,lte��Maa,aHllaf waiiUiaiiisl^iral  li*a.<a>  Waterlront Davis Bay, sandy Commercial revenue properly,  beach, 1250 sq. It. updated home, Zoned C2. 1.01 acre. Roberls  $249,000.1-792-7919eves.M1w    Creek. BC. 885*5033        <29w  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  S666 Cosvn. SI . Bo. 1219  SaKhaM. BC.. VON 3*0  aes-jjn f��xi  Van. ToIIFtmI  Karen and Stan Zapoia are  pleased to announce the amval ol  their Canada Day surprise: Kyle  Micnael Andrew, born July 1,1993,  a imie early but sale and sound.  <29w  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  1*  23  /7*s  'Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  It  30  [GREAT  B  Business and Home  Services  35  MDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  ChildCare  ��  37  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  m^^v  For Rent  For Sale  31  21  Obituaries ���  Found  11  3  Free,  1��.  Personal  Pets A Livestock  O  Furniture  20  12  Sarage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  30  B  Home 4 Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Maiine  20  Wanted to Rent  20  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  26  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  ���  M  Dlx. 1 year old. 3 bdrm, 2 bath  rancher. Langdale. Dbl garage,  lenced yard. Landscaped, shed.  RV parking. Ownei transferred.  $154,500. 886-4926. No agenls.  Open House July 16 $ July 22,2-  4. I31w  VISTA FJORD  Spectacular panoramic view property in controlled subdivision. 1/2  acre, underground services, close  lo lerry and amenities. $134,000  Call Lois Millington. Bell Realty  Ltd., 926-7631 (24 hr. pager)��29w  Panabode cottage in Sechell area  lo be removed Irom property.  Oilers being received, 1-321-9724.  ���29w  Roberls Creek house, 1/2 acre,  semi-waterfront,. $199,900. Marcus Zenker 649-3969 Sutton Realty. #30cn  WILLIAMS: Mary Louise of Squamish, BC on July 10,1993, age 75  years. Funeral Mass was held  Thurs., July 15. Interment Wai Wai  Cum Reserve Cemetery.   I29cn  JOE: Francis Clifford ol North Vancouver, BC, age 13 yeais, on July  9,1993. Survived by molher Goral-  dine. Funeral Mass was held July  14. Interment Mission Reserve  Cemetery. ��29cn  CAMPBELL: Margaret Liy (Peggy),  at Surrey Memorial Hospital on  July 14. Predeceased by her  beloved husband Matthew (Mali)  Lamon. Survived by loving childien, Charles, wife Terrie: Louise.  husband John; Don: 4 grandchildren: sisters Dora and Barbara:  brother Bill: and many friends in  Sechett and Lower Mainland. Cremation. Family memorial. Donations in lieu of flowers to the  Parkinson's Disease BC Assoc.  To live in hearts we leave behind -  "The Coast Connection"  I -V -v ��j min.  cm _  oik  J. David Callingha-tn svnukl War  ftiins,k'ytnitm-allhHli<anis.smy  Real Ftfat,' Pluming Sprvin? for  .ill yi mr nasals I silfrr  Pmfcsiiti-aal I ViNatrul So-via-  win-kins- for ytwr best intm-sh.  Call: Office M5-0S0S  Hom�� 883-9435  Thank you lo all who helped me on  July 11 on North Road. Little sMtnte  Geo. 129-ai  Many thanks to Dr. J. Houiigon, all  the nurses at St. Maiy's Hospital,  including the ambulance drivers.  Special thanks to my lamily and  friends after 2 1/2 weeks in the  hospital. Thank you from Annie 1  All Garrt. ��29cn  West Sechelt rancher, 1,400  square It, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, dble  garage, large view lot. $179,000.  685*2168 or leave message 885-  7410. MOcn  Costa Rica. 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture 1  tropical fruit trees, minutes to  beaches. $20,500. Owner 883-  2450. I30cn  Commeicial revenue property,  zoned C-2.1.01 acre, Robeits Crk.  865-5033. ��9cn  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground seivices. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 686-  3812 or 328-5534. ss  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  Older nouse, $165.000.886-9049  ss  A special thank you to the stall at  Kiwanis Village Care Home, the  stall at Totem Lodge, Dr. Petzold,  Dan Devlin and all our friends loi  their care and support in the loss of  wr mother and grandmother JEAN  A BOTHWELL.  Vines, Judy �� Sons        ��9cn  i?AMl  ts  GARY WHITE  8SM107-1-361-4390  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, ext-as-tent condition, very deen,  newly painted $ renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams In living mom, white wits,  400 sq. tt. deck, fridge . stove  Included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to leny, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22,1416  North Road, Qlbsons. Pad rent  $195.8864095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Soames Point 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jermish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suits, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake rool,  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0081,361*7M��a��y8pm,    ss  TOPSOL  Screened top soil st reasonable  IM.W.D. Excavating, 8864764 or  OM. 11*220-152 TFNi  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship lor short film  project(s). Phone 865-2724.M4cn  ' VENUS ORIENTAL*  Introduction service lor friendship /  marriage. $35 special. Call 688-  7973. #29cn  MICHELLE STMEGAN  and/or Kevin oi persons knowing  of their whereabouts please relay  message: URGENT call Michelle  Graham in Prince George ai 964-  0792. MOcn  We would appreciate it the two  ladies who bought a box ol wool at  our garage sale on June 20 at 816  O'Shea Road call 886-9555.t29w  THE GOVERNMENT owes you  money if you were on welfare or a  senior receiving under $10,000, or  working but earning under $7,000,  and dk) not file a tax return in any  ol the last seven years. Call 986-  7467. 28cn  :m  # i"******  Even al forty  he still looks sporty  MffYIMIHDAYII  and phone service at sites.  $225/mo. up to 30 feet Very Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 666-  9764 or 220-1526. TFNs  Rl WARE. A lull coid ol lirewood is  4 It x 4 fix 8 tt, stacked $100.  A burned customer. I31w  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced tully qualified teacher  available, day or evening sessions.  Adults, high school and elementary  students. 886-8468. I30w  Have  You  Visited  thc  Market  Lately?  lots of r>ew items ��� including  jewellery, rag rugs, painted  pots, fresh flciwers, hats and  ���NOTICE* ��� the SPCA shelter is in  operation and is localed at the top  ol Henry Rd. The Gibsons Animal  Hospital is no longer the receiving  facility lor SPCA animals.  Mien  CLOWN SHOWS  Giggles i Squiggles. Songs with  her guitar, ballon animals, magic,  puppels, lace painting 8 more!  683-2514. #29cn  Kr"**JHM|lfJI|n| is not lodie." i29cn  mi a* - .��� L_,-i-'m i ^^a^a^^a^^^^a^^^^^^W  HULLABALOO  Tun To Go"  wilh: ait workshop, goody  bags, faccpalntlng & fun.  Call 885*6203  lo book yours!  SCMHA is accepting applications  to close loi AA Rep. and C Team  coaches. Must be received by July  31. Mail to P.O. Box 1879, Sechett  or drop oft at Sunshine Coasl  Insurance, altn: Wendy.     ��30w  COMMUNITY DIRECTORY  ol agencies and organizations  available now. $8.95. Call 885-  5881, Volunteer and Inio Centre.  ���29w  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased lo announce thai  he will continue to  welcome previous &  new patients alt the  GIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CLINIC  Appis. Tues-Sat ��� 886-7211  Sunshins Coast Transition  A safe place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour se.we. 885*2944      TFN  Betqnp  ��RAH, IX  JFLYJERS  ...br AU. VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  888-0244  Adult children of Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 for help.    NC  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  1522 W. SHi J  Vancowr, 8.C.  The Exhibition  ol Ihe  "Ferry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues  Serigrapbs available al  ���' Show Piece Gallery R  im (.."*,-, Pi Kianrl  1���I,MII,S I.IIHllIk)   >   Nril.'l/I  I  Piano Tuning  m,    ��� repairs  jfl^ ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Rogers drum kit - 7 Zildjian cymbals 8 stands plus misc. $995  OBO. 886-3663. ��29w  Costa Rica, 3 bdrm house in  Tango Mar Beach 8 Golf Country  Club. All amenities. $400 per  .883-2450. MOcn  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his crall every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery. Cowrie St.,  Sechalt. Weather perniltling.a33cn  TENTERS!  Boothill R.V. Park Is now accepting  overnight tenting. H6-97M.  Ready Soon! 10 more fully seiviced RV sites - long term/short  term - ovemilers ��� tent campers -  showers/laundry/hiking trails/5  mins. to ferry and 2 shopping centres. Book now ��� Top of Cemetery/  Keith Rd. 686-9764 oi 220-1526 or  8860971. TFNs  Sheppard Husky cross, male,  neutered, cream coloured w/blue  collar. W. Sechelt aiea. Sadly  missed by child. 885-7469 oi 885-  5525. ��29w  Yellow budgie, lost Hopkins Land-  ing, June 27. Please call 886-3741.  Grey and while female cal, shaved  belly. Lost in Porpoise Bay area.  885-8955. ��29w  Cal - grey and white tabby, white  leet, male. Lost in Tuwanek. 885-  0852. ��29w  Small yellow notepad, losl July 7,  Edwaids Lake Trail. 866-8325  12901  PSYCHIC READINGS  For appointment with Kalawna,  leave message, 668*2366. Hlw  Highly qualified student will tutor  most subjects to grade 12 level  throughout summer. Caralynn 886-  8046. I31w  IMMIGRATION TO CANADA  Visitors, relatives and friends living  in other countries can apply for  immigration to Canada under the  following ategoileKlndepandent;  Self-employed  Entrepreneur;  investor; Business; Assisted Relative. Wa handle all details. Fees  from $2,000. For appointment or  information call 739-0225.  OLOJALMMBRATION SERVICES  101-1537 Wwt Eltfiti Ave. Vuicouver  R9w  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  Environment  FriendlyPelntt  InAliCotom  toR-ahtow  ...Including Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-29231  Res. 885-50581  Ladles English riding breeches  and/or blouse, sin 12.886-8236.  ���31cn  One ticket to Michael Ondaatje.  Please call 885-6184 or 1-662-  8412. K29w  Man's Scottish kilt, size 32. Also  bagpipes, in good condition. 886-  8267. I31w  40 cords Alder i Maple, cut to 16  inch lengths. Ph: 885-7567 days,  885-7553 eves. ��31cn  1 sheet aluminum siding for mobile  home (beige). 686-8436.   MOcn  Used Western saddle for 12 yr old.  Reasonable please. 866-7906  eves. ��29cn  Wanled lo rent. Space suitable lor  small, private lile drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 686-9665.  TFNs  Used building materials in good  cond. _ buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechell. 665-8669. Recycle S  Save. TFN  20. Furniture  Moving Sale: Teak dining table, six  chairs, wall unil, leather sola, love  seal and chair, coffee fable, four  wooden lawn chairs. 886-0937.  Mlw  SUMMER SALE  OAK OAK OAK  42 x 60 solid table with 6 chairs,  $900; 46 x 72 sdid table, $1000; 5  piece oak veneer table and 4  chairs, $695; 6 piece pine bdrm  sel, $695. FREE DELIVERY. Call  anytime, 964-2795. ��29cn  Very sturdy pine bunkbeds, $100.  686-6983. 031 w  Moving! 2 pee. cheslerlield, $75; 3  pee. chesterfield, $100, good condition. 885-4006. ��29cn  COUNTRY FURNITURE SALE.  Harvest tables, sleigh bed, cupboards, antique carpets, elc. Saturday July 31, Sunday Aug. 1,10-4  pm Robens Creek, lop ol Cheryl  Ann Park Rd.. otl Lower Rd.  Mtcn  Household furnishings for sale July  24,11-3 pm. 1279 Caimen Rd.,  Gibsons. *29w  Antiques: dining suite, chests of  drawers, library lable, occasional  tables, mariner's chest, pine chest,  5 Hitchcock style chairs, roll-top  desk, glazed bookcase. Silver,  china, linen, glass. Lamps, clocks,  2 super double mattresses. 885-  5518.12-2pm or after 4:15pm.  MOw  Antique brass bed with original  mesh spring, dble sz. $600 OBO.  886-7965. #30cn  7 pc. bedioom suite. Exc. cond.  $450.886-3721. TFN  Dining room lable and 5 chairs.  $275 OBO. 865-7354.        I29w  Moving, must sell child's bdrm  suite, exc. cond.; queen size bdrm  suile, 866-3317. ��29w  Sel ol captain chairs wilh wooden Greal present-antique Dutch wall  spindle backs. Solid oak table, clock, copper face and weights,  White tridge/freezer and stove, pair sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  of French doors. 886-8636.     ss 7307. ss  Blue/grey/pink couch cushion  between Granthams via Reed Rd  to Hillcrest, Monday July 12.  Please call 886-8905.      I29cn  Oars/oar locks, lile belts. Call 886-   Matching antique style couch and  7355 Iv. mess. TFNs    chair, $250.885-1957/885-3845.  Old tractor tires, or any wide light  tire ��� cheap $$$. 686-7355 Iv.  mess. TFNs  Wedding band tound in Trail Bay  Mail in June. Please contact Shona  at 885-7337 with description.#29w  Entertaining kittens, 7 weeks and  10 weeks. Box 135 Grantham's  Landing, VON 1V0. (Mess. 685-  0355) ��29cn  Dorset X ram, 9 mos., for breeding  or butchering. $125 eves. 886-  8662. ��31w  TROPICAL FISH  25 cents and up  GOLDFISH  lancy or plain. 886-9890.   Mlw  Bring some joy 1 love into your life!  Adorable kittens. cats available to  good homes at SPCA shelter. Drop  in between 1-5 daily except Monday.      , Mien  Two 9-week-cM male kittens, litter-  trained, looking for a good home.  886-9240. ��29w  Four sets ol metal table legs. Non-  collapsible. 886-3148.      12901  Moving, 2 family sale of household  goods, wide selection. Sat. 8 Sun.,  July 24 125,1 pm to 4 pm. NO  EARLY BIRDS!! 1216 Paggio  Road, Roberts Creek. Rain or  Shine. ��29cn  Moving sale: Sunday, July 25,11  am ��� 4 pm. 123 Sunshine Coast  Trailer Patk. *29w  3546 Beach Ave., opposite  Robeits Creek Park. 10 am - 2 pm,  July 24. No early birds.     I29cn  Airtight wood burning Fisher store,  very efficient. $450.885-7152.  ���29w  Firewood, $100 full cord. Phone  Klaus 685-0679, please talk to my  electronic secretary.        Mlw  Moving! Must sell. 466 OX IAS  computer, 105 mg hard drive, 4 mg  RAM, 5 1/4 and 3 1/2 HD, SVGA  monitor, Windows 3.1, MS Works  2.1, DOS 6.0, mouse, IBM printer,  computer desk and chaii. Only 2  months old. $2000.686-8436.  ���29w  10 Twin Seal windows. 15 1/4  inches x 48 inches, $10 each. 686-  7098. I29cn  EAGLE RIDGE  VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  next to Big Mac's Sechelt  885-5158  Want to swap car (worth approx.  $6500) for motorhome. 885-3514.  MOw  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  aaa-a2is  1044 Swi-owt Way, (Mum  Top quality, home raised Shelly  pups ckc registered sole ��� breeding, obedience and loyal lamily  (ampanions, $250 and up. 1-486*  7213. MOw  4 ft Columbian Boa, cage and all  equipment, $300. 883-9077, lve  message. MOw  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2654. MOcn  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  685-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Does someone In your tamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  866-9903, 865-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  TFN  DOG CROSS  "Functional Foods*  ��� Artftritii  ��� All��rgi��i  ��� Sp��cialti��i  TnMltlOfMl UNMM Mrecri  torn UM IW 9tQ%, Ml m IMfMS  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  MMIM  Tiny tots summer riding program,  ages 3*7, safe gentle ponies,  Iriendly stall. Ellingham Stables.  Tina 885-9969 or 863-9124 eves.  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Dog i cat boarding. Dog training,  "Science Diet' pet foods. 866-  TFN  Shsrtadi Mnitlng apt. size piano.  $1800. Cal 686-3386       *31w  Fridge and stove, 2 yrs. old, great  condition, white, asking $1000 for  the set or will consider trade for  boat. 685-8955. M1w  Maytag almond washer, $339;  Gumey almond 30' slove, stainless steel and almond, $239; Montgomery Ward, 22 cu. ff. white  upright freezer, like new, $449;  Gibson 2 dr. I.I. 14 cu. tt. fridge,  almond. $397; McClary 2 dr I.I. 16  cu. ft. fridge, white, $429; McClary  H.G. 30' slove, $279; Kenmore  built-in dishw., top of lhe line energy saver, $269; Baycrest 30'  almond self-clean slove, $399;  Gibson 2 dr. I.I. gold 14 cu. tt.,  $379; and much more. 90 days to  two years warranty, parts i labour.  Phone Bjom 885-7897 or Corner  Cupboard 885-4434.        #31 w  Automatic washer avail. Whirlpool,  3cycles. $40.886-7153.   Mien  14 cu. It. frost Iree and 16 cu. It.  host free fridge/freezers, $200,  $300.12 mo. pro-rated guarantee.  686-9227. MOw  Speed On. washer $ dryer. Exc.  cond. Reduced. $500.686-3290.  ��9cn  Portable Kenmore dishwasher,  white wood-look top, exc. cond.  $250080.8864624.      MOcn  Hotpoint washer 8 dryer, gold,  both good condition, $200 pair.  885-5431. ��29w  G.E. washing machine, 2 spds.  $175060.885-7067.      I29cn  Living room suile, IKEA style, 7  pees, $350; Franklin wood stove,  $90; drafting table, $60; freezer,  $75. All OBO. 886-8712 or 886-  3129. M1w  Opening soon in Molly's Lane:  used furniture and second hand  goods. 'Comer Closet Castaways'  Buy-sell-trade. 886-8078 or 866-  4930. >29cn  Antique piano, ivory keys, Clinton,  upright. $1500.885-9306.  Mlw  FRESH SEAFOOD  Oysters, dams, prawns, live crab,  smoked salmon.' All product is government inspected. 863-9464 (cell.  290-27131. Mlw  Kitchen cupboards, oak wood look,  moulded counter top. 685-7686.  Mlw  Propane BBQ, $150; girl's bike,  $75; gold stove, $75.885-7634.  M1w  20' wide E8J Excalibur power  wheelchair, adjustable desk length  arms, swing away foot rests, seating accessories, personal back  Ultimate cushion, new cond (cost  $7000). Offers. 686-7623.   Mlw  ABLEWALKER. You will walk with  greater freedom t indeperrdence.  ���1 for mobility, price and value.  (604)299-3444. ��29cn  Bundy clarinet, $150; 5 tt. bathtub,  $40. Please phone 686-7395.M1 w  Like new, Tuff Box lor full size pk*  up, $100.885-7045. M1w  HriM  MM Coast News, July 19, 1993  17  IBM XT computer, 20 MB hard  drivs, DOS 3.1, Microsoft Works,  other programs Included, great  starter computer, $450.885*5416.  M1w  Hit the Road!! 3-wheel electric  scooter, Indoor $ outdoor, used,  mint condition, $1300 lirm. 685-  5111 Mlw  Windows, wood 8 glass doors,  sinks & taps, lights 8 elect, supplies, elect, lawnmower. All cheap  prices. 885*3458 any time, H1cn  5x5 double pane window $40.9.9  Viking 06 motor $50. York exercise bike $200.8-hp Wisconsin  $150. 4O'x80' tarp $100. 4'x8'x6'  walk-in cooler Insulated panels  $200. Greg. 885-4150.     M1cn  1*001 TO LUMIM  KKTMUIANDSAW  Muamavwu  COMI TO YOUR PMfllTY  TO CUt YOUI 100$.  �������-oaro  Water bed, single, heater, $50.  Golf sal, 16 pc men's right,  McGregor bag, bals, tees, gloves  $250. Goll set beginners, men's  right $150, bag, 11 clubs, $99.  Baby carrier back pack Outbound,  new $50.666-0065. Mlw  14 sq. 24' tapered shakes  $15tVsq. 2 ewes $ one ram $200.  885*3429 after 6 pm.       I31cn  "FIREWOOO" Fir, Alder l Hem*  kx* mix. Custom cut, split 1 delivered. $100 per cord. 883-9382.  13101  "TOP SOIL" Gravels, fill, sand.  Reasonable. Call Doug 885-5070.  'Mien  10' radial arm saw, complete  w/12'bench, $650.885-3687.  MOw  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb $$4 lb. To order  885*7348 Namasta  Mien  Ladies god dubs. 7 Irons, putter, 3  metal woods and new bag, $125.  686-9477, Hazel. MOw  Do It yoursell overload springs,  $150,886*7064. TFN  Complete weight set, $125; kayak,  $125; windsurfer, $150. Mike 885-  2000. MOw  Fireplace insert, excellent condi-  Hen, $250.886-9227.       MOw  MD WHMIERI. We are now  accepting orders fot composting.  Worms i equipment. 885-7882.  HOcn  Tub, shower, counter tops,  counter top stove, overhead oven,  sinks, electrical supplies, baby  swing ( bed, celling Ian, port-a-  potti. 886-8526. 13001  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moferiols  French Doors/lni.Ext Doors  Alum. 4 Vlnvl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen 8a  Bathroom Fixtures elc.  Visit our store or cal  5653 Wharf Rd., Sechell  Recycle A Soy  MON.SAT9om.5pm  24 In. colour TV w/remote, floor  model, exc. cond. $150.686-7394.   Mfcn  6 ft. utility trailer. $300. 886-3555  alt. 5:30 pm. I29cn  Antique 3 spd. CCM bike w/carrier  a spare tire. 886-9346 eves J29cn  FORD ENGINE  Exc. run. cond, 300 6 CyL, 1800  OBO. 8854489 days, 888*2215  eves.    TFNs  Motorola 8000m like new, total 4  hrs. used on line, comes with  AC/auto fast charger, one 20-hr.  battery, cig. lighter adapter, $425.  886-7472,9*5. TFN  Used railway lies, great for retaining walls. 886-8204. ss  Lovely Futon bed/sols - sofa 8  ottoman pull together to make  double bed. Less than 1 yr. old,  indudes removeeble covers (Victorian floral on black), Irame,  Futon mattress and two bolsters,  $225,886-9865. TFNs  Sony Trinitron 21' slereo colour  TV $300. Sony 1/2' VCR, 4 head  tracking $250.886-9665.   TFNs  Seldom used: Philips sir purifier  and de-ionizer w/repiaoement filler  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bkm-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,886-9866. TFNs  Full size camper frig, stove heater,  $1500080.686-2108. SS  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 886-9764 Iv.  mess. TFNs  250 gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886*2826. ss  '88 Woodmizer 40HD handsaw  mill. Trailer pkg - 550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painted $ renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, fridge . stove  induded, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. Call to  view TFNs  CEDAR SHAKES 1 LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 685-2138  or 885-5601. TFN  NYOROPOUt  IK Hydra approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor inlormation.  686-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884-5240.  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.0(VBalaDeHvend  Straw U.OOAaH  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between IMpm  8854357  TFN  '81 Reliant SW, runs well, dean, 66 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  $1,300060,886-8900.    MOcn plus die player, $5795.888*7150.  ������.������.__ ss  '81 Csmaro, black. Reduced.       $1,300,886-3290. MOcn  1964 Colt, AM/FM cassette, perlect mechanically, body nice.  $1,450,885-7535. M1cn  1989 Ford Taurus. Air. power  windows, power locks, aulomalic,  V6, 1 owner. $18,088 $9,995.  885-3281. DLH5936  1967 SS 396 Camaro, 4 spd posi.  I29w  1983 sliver Honda Accord, auto,  h/back, excel, cond. $3500.885-  3675. Mtw  FORD ENGINE  Exc. ran. cond, 300,6 Cyl., $600  OBO. 885*3439 days, 888*2215  eves. TFNs  '66 Nissan mum, AM/FM, cass.,  summer 1 winter tres, low miles,  exc. oond., $7000 OBO. 8860960  eves. m  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new dutch, brakes, $3100.886-  8032. SS  Dalsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-tide with  canopy, boat rack, $1250. 686-  7378. st  ���80 AMC Eagle 4x4 stn. wgn. 258  6-cyl. all wheel drive. Strong ret*  able trans. Virtually no rust. Needs  it. fit. wheel woik (engine overhaul. $1000 OBO. John 885-7199  (lv. mage.) Mtcn  75 Beetle, auto., luel inj. 1,600 cc  engine, new battery, muffler.  $1,250,686-9508. M1cn  AMX WTO RIOTOUS  ���TOWHW  New summer hours  7am-7pm im-mm  thru Saturday  pam lor most makes  Monday tl  parts lor  WHAT Wl HAVII  '79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 luibo 350, shift kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $2,950  885-5097. ss  '64 Honda Accord, sunrool, 5 sp.,  new tires. Runs good. $1,900  080.885-4054. SS  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500080.886-7969. SS  '67 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950060.886-3484. SS  '77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes, $300 OBO.  ss  FOR A DIAL OF  A LIFI Tim,  COM! TO...  Mikr Plimley  Centurion Auto  64S Whcnf Rd   Sucln  '85 Honda Accord. PS, PB, PW,  PL, P/rool, new ties, new exhaust,  snows on rims, ciuise control, new  biakes. $4,500 OBO. 686-2754.  Mtcn  '81 Ford Fairmont, good cond.  $685,885-5766. Mtcn  1981CJ7 Jeep, 6 cyl, 4 spd, good  running condition, $3,500.886-  0*9. MOw  1988 Nissan pickup, 2 wd, p/s,  P'l>, 4 spd, AM/FM cassette,  canopy, under warranty. Excellenl  an*m. $5600.6880039. MOw  1973 Chev, 3-ton dunvp truck, 350  cu.inch,542rearend6yardalu-  minum box. $7500 OBO. 685-  7567,9-6,885-7553, eves. MOw  1979 Chev step van. ex-postal  van, 292 6 cyl auto, new rubber,  real good shape, $4000. 866-  2208    MOcn  tM Dodge D100 panel van, 4 spd.  Offers 886-0496, Iv. message.  MOw  74 Ford 3/4 ton p/u box, $195.79  Ford 1/2 ton p/u rear and tranny,  $195.686-8,����6868934.H0w  '62 Toyota 4x4, long box, good  Ures. $2,100,885-3842.    MOcn  '72 GMC 3/4 ton $500.885-5954  days, lve message 885-4499 eves.   MOcn  ���84 Mazda pick-up, running 4 good  shape. $500. 885*5954 days, lve  message 885-4499 eves   MOcn  1984 Nissan truck, short box 4-cyl,  4-spd, new mags, greal deal at  $1,750 OBO. Pager 11978-4855.   HOcn  1976 Dodge Tradesman 200 van,  $600.683-2297. ��29w  I960 Ford 4x4,11,000 miles on  trans/engine. 885-2151 eves.l29w  '89 Tracker 4x4 convertible.  $7.500080.8860174.    >29cn        Wrecking '63 Ranger 2.0L on  1978 Holidaire trailer 20'. Excel,  propane. 683-9590 eves.  M5cn   shape. $5,500 060.885-3663.  1976 Ford F-250. 360 Ci. aulo.,       PS, PB, great for hauling wood.  P/U Camper, $600, B85-3137.TFN  $500.886-6546 after 6pm or 886*  8755 Derek. TFNs  1989 Ford^estive)?dr hatchtfeck.  Cassette. 35,000 miles. UrWi.  $3,995.885-3281. DLH5936       *  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., exc. lor parts,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  886-2622. TFNs  1985 Mustang, great cond. in $  out. Must sell $4,225 OBO. 685-  7718. #29cn  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 OBO.  886-7854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  1985 LTD 4 dr, 6 cyl, aulo.,  air.good shape, only 2 owners.  $3,300 OBO. 685*3360 belore  9pm. ��29cn  1967 Crown Victoria LTD. Loaded  $8,995.885-3281. DLH5936  '92 Ford Aerostar, extended XLT,  loaded. Exc. cond. $18,500 060.  Moving. 885-5317.     .   Mtcn  72 Volkswagen Van 1,600 cc,  standard. Good cond. Very reliable. $1,400 OBO. 886-8546TFNS  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean inside 8 out, $10,000 OBO.  886-7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 OBO. 886-3623. ss  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto.,  good running cond., $475. 886-  9372. ss  Business Opportunity. Volks  power portable gang saw lor cutting lath. 4x8 8 2x8, set of lattice  assentbiy tables, staples & stapler.  $4,500. Greg. 885-4150.   MOcn  QUALIFIED AUCTIONEER for  fund raising, consignment, teal  eitate 8 general auction. 686-  3294. MOcn  1993 Norco Bush Pilot, 21 spd.  removable Iront wheel. Norco bike  lock 8 helmet. Paid $480, asking  $380,866-8105. MOcn  New thermal Rake windows, 7'  wide x 5'high to 9 high. 4 pairs in  dark green Irames. $3D0/pr.; temporary power service for builders,  100 amp, $100.885-0834. I29w  6-parson spa, brand new wilh new  1 1/2 hp spa pak 3" hard cover, 7  jets, 2 massage iels, light cedar  cabinet. Price $3500.685-4037.  I29W  Cedar lumber - good quality, reasonably priced, assorted sizes.  Custom orders taken. 885-3270.  MOcn   2-person Dodge Caravan seat;  sofa bed; fireplace insert w/piping.  8654300. M9w  3-drum winch T-120 Hayes 6-cyl  Chrysler. $3,800115 hp Merc.  $1,000.6864869. M2cn  Cat 955 track loader $9,000. 666-  7727. SS  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  886*2546. SS  '88 Mercury Topaz, AZR, AM/FM  cassette stereo. New brakes, muffler, battery. Exc. shape. $4300  OBO. 886-0055. M1w  1981 Corvette, clean, runs nice,  $11,000. Leave message or after  6 pm. 885-4026. I29w  1978 Dodge Volare, 4 dr, $500.  885*2540. Mlw  1991 GMC Tracker 4x4. red  w/while lop30000 original miles.  885-3281. DLI5936  Super Beetle $1,350. 76 Toyota  Corolla $650. '61 Ford Mustang  $2,400 OBO. Ph: after 6., 866-  6309. I29cn  '81 Honda Civic, 5-sp, 1,500 cc.  Some rust. $975. 866-3555 ph.  after 5pm. I29cn  1982 Ford LTD stn. wagon, auto.,  PS, PB. aulo. o/d, good cond.  $1,300 firm. 886-7677.     I29cn  1975 Comet, 5700 ml, exc. cond.;  1977 T-Bird, p/S, p/b, good cond.,  $1000 060.686-8967 alter 5 pm.  Mlw  1977 Mercury Monarch, Immaculate condition, no rust. $2200.686-  2967. Mlw  1987 Chevette, 2 dr, 5 spd, hatchback, $1400.685-3670.      MOw  Full Mt ol Jeniih house plans, ]Wi q^ omn,, grnt on gas,  3000 sq. It., never used, $400. goo(J shape, $t900 OBO. 883-  886-2118 alter 5 pm.        I29w    g5go. MOw  1979 Corvette, loaded, white on  red, new paint, cellular phone,  clean, tight car. Possible trade,  $9,500.883*9077 lve. message.  MOw  ��29w  Apartment size washer _ dryer,  $450; Fisher woodstove, $350.  883*2070. #29w  Pine table, sewing cabinet, lamp,  aonalraa, 685*3567.        I29w  Baby crib 8 limn, stroller, office  credenza (walnut veneer), all  excellent shape. Margaret 886-  2961. W*  New Craftsman professional 15  amp 1/2' electronic, variable  spaed router. Never used. $350.  886-8783. ��29*n  72 Vdvo 64 240 4-door, sunroof,  p/w air, 5 spd,-172.000 km. Very  clean. $3995.886*3675.    MOw  ���64 Chrysler Saratoga 300. Otters.  888-3496 (lv. message).    MOw  1993 Ford Escort LX 5dr hatchback, automatic, air conditioned.  $19,088 $11,995. 865-3261.  DU8936  1986 Dodge Diplomat, lull sized  lamily car, silver with burgundy  interior. 885-0312. I29cn  1975 Lincoln Continental Mk IV.  460 cu. inches. V-8. Excel, cond.  $1,495 OBO. 885*7718.    (29cn  1961 Datsun 210, runs wall,  brakes need work. $450. 885-  3552 eves I29cn  1984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 Infinities.  Reliable 8 strong $5,100. Cm Joel  685*5166  TFNs  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2800 OBO. 865-  3917. TFNs  9 kit camper, 3-way Iridge, stove,  shower, toilet. Steeps four. $2500.  685-3532. MOw  Want to swap car (worth approx.  $6500) for maorhome. 885-3514.  HOw  '76 Triple E. Very low miles, original Urea. 'Arther" forces sale. New,  complete brakes, toilet, oversize  tank, propane tank, etc. $5000  080.886-7420. MOw  1/4 ton p/u truck camper. 2-way  fridge, stove w/oven, new drapes,  port-a-potli, dean, in good cond.  $1200.8864292 or 8864991.  HOW  ���86 Travelaire 16' single axle fifth  wheal trailer, immaculate. 885-  9451. I30w  1979 25.5 ft, 360, gas/propane,  sell com. gen, air. $11,500 OBO.  885-5527. MOcn  For Sale: city bus converted lo RV  motor home, fully remained, nice  unit. H pad Uptown Motel. Offers.  Mtw  1974 Starcralt tent trailer, stove,  sink, fridge and furnace. Sleeps 8.  $1200060.888-3877.     I29W  Camper, Ills small truck, good  cond, going cheap. 885-3720.  ���29w  1990 dx. 24' iMorhome A-1 condtion. 886*9025. ss  17' Vanguard trailer, flush toilet,  sips 4,3-way Iridge, bright 8  dean. $3,200.896-7927.   ��29cn  78 Kencraft travel trailer, shower,  stove 6 fridge. $2,600. 883*9590  eves. M5cn  ft CHELf MAMIE  SURVEYS ITO.  captain Bin Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C.  'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  1988 Ford Bronco II 4x4. V6.  aulomatic. cassette. S9995. 885-  3281 DLH5936  1986 Foid Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000060.863-2512. SS  Good selection used tres, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 ss  '77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900060.8864648 SS  1974 Dalsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  060886-7378 SS  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 865-1943. ss  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886-752001886-2111. SS  86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond., $3995. 886-7150 or  6864213. ss  1988 Voyageur SE, 5 pass., V6,  auto, cruise, tit, AM/FM/cassette,  Lt ��� Gauge package, roof rack,  heavy duty tow, 62,000 kms, exc.  cond. $9600 OBO. 886-2748.  ���29w  1983 3/4 GMC Sierra $2,900.  Good mechanical, good body,  100,000 miles. Randy. 885-5623  (eves. I29cn  Ladder rack, fits full size pick-up.  $250 OBO. 6854621.      ��9cn  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  885-7518. SS  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. is  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 060. 685-  1949. si  1967 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  888*7600. SS  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 in exc.  cond. 686-7774 or 8864027. ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 666-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  '89 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 ��� 2  tranny, new Iront tires, needs  inspection. $3250.686-3001. ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8864204. ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $6500.8864301 SS  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  79 Ford 4X4,3/4 ton, 4 sp, good ,2 l00t sportsman libreglass, 8  cond., $2995. 886*2111 work, ��� p #���-. |ow ������,,��� -^ _.  886*7520eves. TFN    trailer, $1250.685-3542.    Mlw  25' sailboat, marine plywood,  structurally sound, needs work,  $600 OBO. 886-2922.      M1cn  16 It Lund aluminum boat, 20 h.p.  Merc trailer, all ready for fishing,  $2400.885-2210. Mlw  12 It aluminum fibreglass boat,  excellent condition, $350.885-  0679. Mtw  141/2 ft libreglass and wood,  sound hull, $175.686-2815.M1W  Fishing 8 Irailenng package: 1980  6 cylinder GMC truck, automatic  trans, electric doors $ windows,  air, 112,750 km, cruise, trailer  brakes, hitch, canopy. 12' Lund  boat, oars, boal loader, 7 1/2 tip  Mercury 5 gal. gas tank, Minkota  electric battery, maximize/. $6500  060.6864644. Mlw  26' M.V. fibreglass, Chrysler  power, dual controls, tow post,  excellent pleasure, crew or work  boat. $9000060. B66-2454.M1W  71/2 h.p. Honda long shaft, $600;  10' fibreglass boat on trailer  w/older 9.9 h.p. Johnson, $600.  686*9497. MOw  22 lod fbrefom Continental herd  top, blue ( white, lots of new stuff.  Ming lo trade for travel trailer ot  cash. $8000060.685-9764.M1W  22' Lynnwood 81 Express, 260  h.p. Volvo Penta, 280 leg., a/u  head, propane itove, fridge,  winch. Excellent all-weather tithing boat. 15 h.p. Merc, $17,400  OBO. Berthed at Secret Cove 922-  6885 after 6 pm. M1w  Honda 7.5 h.p. with 5 gal. tank,  $400.8664662 eves.       Mlw  116 hp Mercury OB. Inline 6-cyl.  Can be test driven. Runs great.  $1,500 film. 886-4529.     Mien  14 It Hobiecat $1,400 OBO. 885-  5281 HOW  14 tt aluminum 9.9 Johnson  w/trailer. $850.8854311.  Mien  HakJa Ocean Kyak, Kevlarpadde  and liiejacket. Excellenl condition.  $900,885-3986. I30w  14 ft. Creslliner, 50 HP, 4.5 HP,  full canvas, depth finder, trailer,  $2600 685-4285. I30w  Handyman special: 23II. Crli  Craft, $2500.685-7847.     MOw  Near new 12 ft. aluminum Starcralt  boat and dder trailer, $1000 060.  8654385. HOw  CLASSIC  33 It dble end diesel radar  sounder rebtt '78. Best otter over  $15,000 before Aug 1/93. Jay.  883-9158. HOcn  Wanted: Seagull outboards, all  models, any cond. lor parts. 1-  880-2582 or reply c/o Box 397,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO.  MOcn  15 It fibreglass, 40 Mere, classic,  low hours. Trailer, exlras. $2,500  OBO. 8864526. HOcn  1974 Reinell 19.6 ft, 351 Cleveland motor, low hours, Merc Cruiser leg, EZ load trailer, exc. cond.  $7,500.8854934. HOcn  14 ft 6 fibreglass boat. 35 hp Merc  $ 7-1/2 hp Honda kicker. Exc.  cond. $4,250.8864276.   MOcn  '80 14 fl Bayliner wilh 60 hp Evinrude and brand new trailer, asking  $3,000.8854621. ��29w  13 1/2 loot Shoreliner (whaler  type) 25 hp Merc DS trailer,  $3000.885-5948. ��29w  JRC 525 radar 6 tt scanner with  service manual, Koden radar with  5 ft scanner. Best offer. 8864306  or 990 Chaster lo view.    #29cn  36" boat bumper $25. 886-9346  eves. i29cns  8 tt fibreglass rowboat $150.16 ft  glassed cedar strip canoe $350.  10 ft fibreglass self-bailing rowboat  $500. Boats are unsinkable. Oars  - paddes not induded. 885-2225.  I29cn  16' Skagit, 85 hp Evinrude, new  battery, Ezeeload trailer. $2,950.  863-2990. ��29cn  '89 Starcralt tent trailer, sleeps 6,  slove, icebox, excellent condition,  $3900 OBO. 686-7923.     Mlw  1977 Dodge Maxi Van, lully  equipped, low mileage, $4500.  685-7152. 129*  For rent: 13 It Boler travel trailer,  $200 weekly plus $250 d/d. 885-  5307. M3w  1974 OK motorhome, excellent  condilion. Totally self-contained.  18 1/2 ft. Must sell. Offers. 686-  3525. Mlw  CASH  OR  CARRY  24 ft. boat, command bridge h/d  steering, no power, $2500 or trade  for van. Plus 9 ft. rowboat with 15  hp. Chrysler o/b, runs greal, $500.  Call Al 8864017. Mlw  18 It. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.883-2297.       ss  24 It. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.8834253.  It  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, vety last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mufi design $4200.  686-3490, 1-977-7349 toll-free  pager. ss  Corontdo 15, trailer, similar to  Later, nice sailboat $1600.886-  3490.1-977-7349 tdl-tree peger.  tl  Hobie Cat 16 sailbaat. trailer, nice  boat, $1700. 886*3490, t-977-  7349 toll-free pager. ss  Yes! There is a reliabie loed propeller repair service. 665-5278.   TFN  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $800  or trade? 885*7167 it  OUTBOAR08FORIALE  9.9-20-3O4O-5O-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Rood, 863-2456.    TFN  19 tt. Sealoner Volvo Ptnta  CaMns trailer needs exheust manifold, $3500.886-3457. at  Instant houaa al ready to put on  your own property. Beautiful wall-  cared lor modular home, 24x32,  bay window, sundeck, 2 BR, etc.  Bought new 1960 by n/s senior  who it now returning to England.  Veiy well insulated, c/w appliance,  furnishings. Valued at $34,000  OBO. 886-2513 or 886-9211M1w  197814x70 mobile home located  at Sunshine Coatt Mobile Park.  $27,500 OBO. 886-8458 (home  until 4 pm), 888*7124 (wotk).MOw  Rockland Wynd, 2 bdrms, 2 baths,  living rm, dining, kitchen eating  area, 5 appl., lots ot cupboard  space, plus utility shed, overt 100  sq.ft. 885*2881. MOw  31 ft trailer with large addition in  woodland setting near beach. Will  finance. 1-941*7185.        MOw  14' x 70' Mobile in Rockland Wynd  Paik. Has covered sundeck plus  woikshop. 8854757 or 885-3246.  12901  77 14x68, stove, Iridge, W/D,  must be moved, $23,500.886-  7013. ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spadous^y-  out, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted $ renovaled  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 tq. ft. deck, fridge $ Hove  induded, washer $ dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to lerry, In  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNI  W Fibreglass boat with 75 HP $35,900 FP ��� New 2 bdrm. Iron)  Merc, and trailer, $5500 OBO. kitchen, loaded, 6 only. 597*3322.  885-3307. st TFN  28 It. Unity fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots of exlras. George  6864139. II  1986 21 ft Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, 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. 886-  7255. ss  14X70, $22,900. Must ba moved.  597*3322. TFN  '81 14x70 - 3 bdrm. 1 1/2 bath,  $21,000. Must be moved. 885-  7401. it  16 ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886-9224  1962 Yamaha V-twin 750 extras,  excellent ihape, 15,000 kms.  $1800.865-5405. ss32w  FZ 600. 86, only 13,000 km. new  fires, a real eye catcher, exc.  cond, ind. $500 matching helmet  and gloves. $3700.8864405.  Mlw  78 Ford 3/4 Ion. Runs well. Needs  work. $850 OBO. 886-2922.M1W  1975 Dodge 1 ton, 318,4 speed,  new clutch, good running cond.  $2500 OBO. 8864969.     Mlw  1973 Chev 3/4 ton, $600. Has  steel work box. 883-9801.  MOw  1981 3/4 ton GMC 4x4, good con-  dilion, $4000. 886-9020 or 886-  3280 Mlw  1978 F150 4x4, lots ol new, no  rust, body sound, A-1 motor .30&-S  4 spd, $3000 080.885-9764.  Mlw  1986 Nissan King Cab. One  owner. $6000 OBO. 885-9323.  Mtw  '67 Buick Century station wagon.  Exc. cond. 50,000 kms. 6654226.  HOW  1988 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp. '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruite. ratability. $4,800 060.885-7646  $6,500,886-4536. ss ss  1979 Nomad travel trailer, 23 It,  tandem axle, lully equipped.  $5800.866-2227. Mlw  73 22 It Dauphin Travel Trailer,  tandem wheel, hil awning, deluxe  rnodat, fully equipped. $3,800. Day  8854063, eves. 885*1918. H1cn  27 ft, 78 Travel Traifer.sleeps 4,  fully equipped incl. air cond.  Reduced from $4,500 to $3,500  firm lor quick sale. 8834382.    Hlcn  '86 GMC 3/4 ton with lully equip.  security camper ��� both In vary  good cond. $6,900.685-2942.  ���30w  whon you  pay for 2 insertions  ��  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either the Monday ot Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 tents  for each additional word.  Free: losl, Founds Free  Sura Smll Classified*  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by clatsihM OMdlilW  ��� Noi available lot commercial adverliten  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Mitlon Wookondor  NOON TUMDAY  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886*2622  Sechelt 885-3930 18  Coast News, July 19,  1993  ���92 CR 125, etc cond. 2 new bres.  Kevlei seat, lots ol extras. 886-  6190. Hlcn  79 Honda CM 400 14.000 kms.  ne* rubber, battery, good condition. $650. Phone Graham 685-  7471 HOw  Yamaha PW50. like new, low  hours. $750.863-2297.      i29w  1987 KX 125. good cond. New  parts. $1,450. 665-4816 Iv. message. ��29cn  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike tor parts $600 takes all.  696-7722 leave message. TFNs  '81 HARLEY Totally redone. A  MUST SEE. $10,000 OBO. Serious enquiries only 886-0307   SS  GSXR 750. low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000.666-7464. SS  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.886-4746. SS  1965 Kawasaki Ninia like new.  otters. 6864622. ss  1962 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 665-9512. ss  Shared accommodation: quiet,  clean M or F. preler n/s. Ocean  view large 3 bdrm new home,  Sandy Hook. $450/mo. * utilities  885-0856. HOw  Housesitter and living companion  wanled lor healthy senior man in  exchange for free room 1 board.  Spawns home in Ihe wilderness.  Suitable lor writers and artists.  Please write to Box 121, D'Arcy,  BC.V0N1L0. HOw  Large 3 bdrm bsmt view home,  Gibsons area. New carpets, freshly  painled. Very nice, long term,  $l00tYmo. Avail, immed.  Clean 2 bdrm mobile wilh view.  Sandy Hook. $600/mo long term.  Avail, immed.  2 bdrm duplex. Sargeants Bay.  Large yard. Long term, $600/mp.  Avail. Aug. 16.  Lovely 2 bdrm townhome, Sechelt  area. View, garage. $800/mo.  3 bdrm. 2 bath rancher. West  Sechelt. $900/mo. Avail. Aug. I.  1 bdrm lumished. view apart Jolly  Roger, $600/mo.  NRS Sechelt Property  Management 865-90U  TFN  Responsible tamily seeks house by  September I Excellenl relerences  N/S. 686-7042. MOw  Responsible lamily wilh obedient  dog seeks 2 bdrm home Gibsons  886-0095. ��30cn  Mom and small girl wanting home  with yard. Will have pet. Call  Cheryl colled, 261-4053.   ��29w  3 bdrm house in Gibsons required  lor 6 ��� 6 months. Exc relerences.  886-2116. ��29w  Responsible married couple seek  waterfront house. Sept, 1, Lv message 865-9376. ��29cn  Single, employed male, smoker, no  pels, wilh refs. seeks I bdrm.  suite, preferably lumished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gibsons suile OK loo. Reply to Box  393. c/o Coast News. Box 460.  Gibsons. BC VON IVO.     TFNs  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, pnvate lite drawing dasses,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-9665.  TFNs  Watedront 2 bdrm cottage, Wilson  Creek, t/p, furnished, lease Sept. i  to June 1, n/s, $700.1-263-5998.  Mlw  2 bdrm waterfront cottage, Hallmoon Bay. Sept. 1 to June 1,  $400/mo. 885-0553 or 1-266-8436.  ���31 w  3 bdrm view home. Irvmes Ldg.. 5  appis.. $800/mo.  2 bdrm deluxe condo. Sechell.  $80Q/mo.  SUSSEX REALTY  Properly Management  Dave Austin 88502(5  12901  .Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  885-7844  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Room in large house 50 yds from  beach, Lower Gibsons. $325 plus  t/2 Hydro. Leave message 686-  2��i ��9w  GJJsons: bedrooms lor renf in pri*"  rttfW Use of kitchen J W/D.  $350/mo. Leave message at 886-  4668. MOcn  Wanted to share, m/l couple, new  2 bdrm house, Gibsons. $450.  Diane Baron 886-8107 or 1-294-  2214. M1cn  Adult complex, brand new town-  house, over 1400 sq. It., 2 balhs,  gas fireplace, all appliances,  $650fmo. 666-7222. Mlw  Upper Gibsons. 2 bdrm, brighl,  sunny, all appis., $500.885-3277.  ���31*  D'wide, w/deck, f/p, 2. bdrms,  S.C.M.H.Park, $650.886*7400.  H2cn  m     e%J_wa       ���"  Waterfront rooms - free moorage.  Daily 1 weekly rates. Royal Reach  Motel 1 Marina, Sechelt. 885-  7844. ��29w  ROBERTS CREEK  2 bdrm waterfront, s/c cottage.  Quiet location. Weekly rental. 886-  4584. Hlw  Waterfront house. Hopkins Landing. Easy walk lo lerry. Furnished it  required. $10O0/mo. Available  Sept. to June. N/S, N/P. Refs.  reqiJ. 886-8919. Mlw  New 3 level 2 bdrm n/s house, w/d.  d/w, 11/2 baths, huge deck. Sept.  1.$75tVmo. 886-7955.      Hlw  Sechell Cenlre, 2 bdrm. $700, no  pets, references required, avail  July 21.865-9667, MOw  Renovated 2 bdim with view, walk  to terry, beach. Avail. July 15 432-  9679 after 6 pm. MOw  1 bdrm suite. West Sechell, hydro  included. Aval, immed. 865-5764.  HOw  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm unfurn.,  ocean Iront condo. All appis.. lire-  place, rec. facility, adult complex.  $l100/mo Long term lease desirable. Call Andrea 885-4111.133w  3 bdrm lurnished view home,  Lower Gibsons. $700 Avail. Aug.  I 685-4812 or 866-0068    MOw  W. Sechell. upper level sell-contained suite. 1250 sq. ft. 2 bdrms.  suitable lor couple wanting quiet  place. W, N/S, refs. req'd. Available now. $610 plus utilities. 885-  2995. MOw  Gibsons oceanview suite, 2 bdrm,  4 appis. n/s. rvp. ref. $650. Aug. t  886-4773. MOw  Upper floor, house near Dougal  Park. Bright 2 bdrm, fireplace,  Iresh paint and carpets, spacious  yard and deck, creek. $650. Avail,  immediately 686-8526.     MOw  Immac. 1 bdrm Sechelt Village. 4  appl., carpel, rent $50O/mo + pan  utilities. Avail. Aug 1. N/pets, refs  req. 434-5347. HOW  Pnvale 2 - 3 bdrm watedront collage on acreage wilh dog, Earls  Cove. $485/mo. 686-9600. HOW  3 bdrm rancher i Hock Irom Sunnycrest Mall, 4 appl., carport,  fenced yard. Avail. Aug 1. Call 1-  755-1639. MOw  Granthams Landing view home,  close lo lerry, 2-3 bdrm. 2 baths  and family room or poss in-law  suite. Refs. Avail immed. $625.  886-7249. MOw  Gibsons basement suite, $250/mo,  ulil ind. Chris 886-2260.    MOw  Waterfront Gibsons. 1 bdrm I 2  bdrm, furnished homes. Avail,  immediately $700 $ $850.1-737*  2136. MOcn  Waterfront near tang. tarm.fBR  bungalow tuilaWe lor cpla|/P,  elec. ht. Fully furn. incl. dishes,  bedding etc. Avail. Sept '93 to  June *94. Rent $650 mo. plus utilities. Ref. req"d. 886-2069. Hlcn  Bright 2 bdrm house, fantastic  ocean view, pets welcome, dose  lo terry $650/mo. 886-2596.131 w  1 bdrm suite, private ground level  entrance, water view. 6347 N. Gale  Rd. 685-6396. $55Q/mo ind.  Hlcn  3 bdrm house, lower Gibsons  View, 4 appl, full bsmt. w/rec mr  Refs. No pets. $750.686-9841.   HOw  3 BR view home. 2,200 sq It living  area in high quality subdiv. near  Gibsons. Close to beaches,  schools, etc. Non-smoking, rels  reqd. $950 per mo. 886-3575.  Hlcn  WATERFRONT  Luxury 2 bdrm with large balcony.  5 new appl., central Gibsons  $800/mo. 886-3013 lv. mess Mlw  Hopkins Landing. Point Rd. Unfurnished 4 bdrm house. Avail  immed. $800/mo. 886-2628. Hlcn  Gibsons. Cory 3 bdrm��den, avail  Aug 1. View, garden, deck, 5 appl  $650.3 bHis Irom lerry. N/S. Refs.  277-4725. Mien  Pnvale 3 bdrm watertront cottage  on acreage wilh dock. Eads Cove.  $475/mo. 886-9600. HOw  Gibsons. Spacious 1 bdrm. gorgeous view. $375 plus utilities.  255-2044. '   Hlcn  Wesl Sechelt. 4 bdrms plus den.  Private w/large garden 1 woods.  Close to school. $650. Avail. Aug  1.685-6128. Hlcn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Ms  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  8864107  Sbdrm home, Langdale  Rel. $1300 mon.  1 bdrm waterlront, view suite,  bright, clean, laundiy, balcony etc.  $325,683-9177. Mien  Shared accommodation. 1 bdrm in  my home, large yard, quiet,  responsible, working person preferred. Roberls Crk. Written refs.  req'd. 685-2343. Mien  New 1 bdrm suite.Farnham Rd.  Inq: 886*4942. Mien  3 bdrm, 2 bath house, 4 appl's,  long term prelerred. Ref. req.  11/880. $800/mo. Avail.'Aug').  865-3576. MOcn  Upper Gibsons 1 bdrm suite. $540.  Heal _ light incl 886-3107. MOcn  Immac. 1 bdrm Sechelt village. 4  appl's. Carpel. Renf $500/mo ���  part facilities. Avail. July 1st.  N/pets, refs. req. 434-5347.H0cn  W. Sechelt. ground level sett-contained suite, 2 bdrms, 5 appl. Avail  July 15. Suitable lor responsible  couple. N/S, N/pets, tels. required,  $6257mo �� utilites. 865-2995.S29*  Waterfront, 2 bdrm sell-contained,  August. $30O/wk. 866-8435 ��29w  Spacious 3-4 bedroom townhouse,  Gibsons, sea view 6 private garden, close to all amenities,  $65Q/mo. 686-9408 I29w  t bdrm view suite, lower Gibsons,  $425 incl. utilities. Phone 886-  2565. I29w  New 3 level, 2 bdrm, N/S house;  w/d, d/w. 1 1/2 baths, huge deck.  Aug 1. $B50mio. 886*7955. ��29w  Davis Bay, newly decorated spacious 2 bdrm wilh view. $750/mo.  Avail, immed. Refs. 885-3433.  ���29w  ! bdrm bright, carport, fireplace.  $590,886-7400. ��29w  Sell-contained 1 bdrm suite, l/p,  laundry, dean $ brighl, Lower Gibsons, avail. July 1. $470m*o. 886-  7867. ��29w  HOUDAY RENTAL  Rustic comfortable 3 bdrm house,  Gibsons, near beach, private deck,  garden, sauna! Weekly rates. 886-  6904. ��29w  Sechelt. Brand new ground level 2  bdrm condo. Gas l/p, shod walk to  mall. 5 appl's. $700.885-4546.  ��29oi  Hopkins Landing, cozy 3 bdrm  avail. Aug. I. View, den, deck.  Garden, pr. ent. parking. 1 km to  ferry. N/S. Refs. $650. 604-277*  4725. I29cn  2 bdrm 1.000 sq ft house, covered  deck, huge yard, single carpon,  shed. Garden Bay. NS. Rels. Avail.  July 15. $650/mo. 883-2126.  ��29cn  Water view. Gibsons. 3 bdrms, 2-  1/2 balhs, garage, 2 sundecks,  kitch. w/nook, 5 apl's. S/S duplex.  $650,296-5215. 12901  Roommate to share trailer. $235.  Conlact manager, Cedars Trailer  Court. 665-3313. ��29cn  Small cottage, Halfmoon Bay.  $300 r/mo. 665-8847.       12901  LOWER GIBSONS  Office, heat/light incl. $175. 886-  2568. HOw  600 sq tt heated wortehop/storage.  10 It ceiling. Central Sechelt. 865-  4804. HOcn  30X50 WORKSHOP  Close to Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  that may be rented in hall or full.  Use tor storage, small business,  or? 685-4490. TFN  Gibsc-ns Lancing  721 Winn Reed  1,OOO sq.ft. ot olfice  space; offices can be  rented individually. For  more info or to view,  Call Lanka  at 672-0284  ��:00-iMMon. to Fri.  or 941-3036 Evee.  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, lighl industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring, Also 750 sq It  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days. 886-9075  eves. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 685-  2752 or 885-9863. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo.  921-6751. TFN  Robeits Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. TFN  30x40 It. shop with one hoist,  $7(XVmo. 886-2031 days.    TFN  Fully lurnished studio suite wilh  kitchenette, TV, linen seivice and  guest laundromat. Located across  Irom Gibsons Yacht Club $ Marina. 686-3343. TFN  Large new 2 BR, 2 bath, patio  home plus attached garage. Private adult-oriented area. All appl's.  Avail. July 1. Call Mary at 886*  8107,666-3029. TFN  3 bdrm. townhome 1620 sq. ft., 5  appliances, covered balcony, carport, near schools, $800/mo. Avail.  July 1.686-4680. TFN  r?S^.-j  BHIT15M  COLUMBIA  ANDVUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOC LA T)CN  These ads appear In mora than 100 community nesvspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.    To place an ad In this paper, call 886-2622   317  $225  S4 00tachicl<lata-Haal,��a-<d  ENGINES FROM $995. for  cars and trucks. Compiele  rebuilds with new pans. 6 Yr/  120.000 KM Wananly. 20%  Down-Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. ��� 8 p.m. 7  Days. 872-0641.  BEFORE YOU BUY a rebuilt  engine, compare quality and  service. CANADA ENGINES  ARE THE BEST. 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MACMNERV  Exceptionally Clean Hein-  Werner CI4B excavator,  (60,000), one owner, low  hour, long stick, V6-3M-He-  aei, land clearing, lake build  (no, Tradaa considered.  $22,500 O.B.O. Bill,  Kamloops 573-5733.  $17,9001 The Grande Isles  Reson overlooking die ma-  rtna on beautiful BatHne Lake  haa reiidentlal/resort condominiums, prices starting al  $17,900 (Med). Checkout  our 2:1 holiday specials and  donl mlsa out on this oppor-  tunlty. THE GRANDE ISLES  RESORT, flea/Info: 1-800-  661-6577.    SEHVICES  MOMLI HOMES  1993 REGENT 14' wide 3  bedroom, 2 boh, $45,900.  Indudkn delvery to Central  B.C. Also, used 14' wide  mobiles starting $10,000.  Homes Canada (403)286-  2488.         Major ICBC motor vehicle injury claims. Joel A Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 yean. Cal  tree: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency fees available.  Simon, Wtner * Adler,  THAVEL  "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekends a Holidays stay \M��i "Sa* toSky  Condo Rentals". Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi 6 Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE t-800-667-  5529.  OFFICE ASSISTANT: 1 day per  week for Sunshine Coast Victim  Witness Services. Applicant should  have computer expenence wArVord  Perteci and desk top publishing.  Security screening w/RCMP.  Resumes and cover letter to: Coordinator Sunshine Coast Victim  Witness Services, Box 168,  Sechelt, BC VON SAO.      ��29cn  Distributors wanted lor home, vehicle, personal security systems. Call  1-856-2165. Mlw  VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST /  ASSISTANT required. Full time or  part time position available Aug.  1/93. Computer and reception  experience mandatory. Veterinary  experience preferred. Please drop  off or mail resume. Eagle, Ridge  Veterinary Hospital, P.O. Box  MUmi 1, ���li.    I   )  PAID MODELLING ASSIGNMENT  We're looking lor attractive girts, 19  or over to appear as Sunshine  Girls. Reply (including photo with  return address and phone number)  to Box 0053, North Shore News,  1139 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, V7M 2H4. I29cn  The Vancouver Sun and Province  newspaper needs several people  tor home delivery on foot or by car  and agent to assume home and  store responsibilities. Please  respond to Box 48, Lantzville, BC  E0R2H0. #29w  LEADHANO  capable of layout and handling  crew, general construction, new  homes, renovations etc. Min. 8  years experience. Call Irv 885-  2774. I30w  PEOPLE NEEDED  for TV oommaidals. All ages. The  Commercial Connection. 665-  2443. 129*  A pianist to accompany occasional  ballet dasses. 865*2263. I31cn  Experienced franchise marketer  required lor interior decorating  franchise. Box 11551, North Shore  News. I29w  ASSISTANT HATCHERY  MANAGER I  SEMOR HATCHERY  TECHNICIANS  A dynamic and lully integrated  Aquaculture company operating on  the Weil Coast of Vancouver  island ii accepting applications for  the above positions. The successful applicants musl have a minimum ol 3 years expenence in all  aspects of hatchery incubation,  and the rearing of Chinook 1  Atlantic salmon. Post-secondary  schooling would be an asset.  Salary 1 benefits will be commen*  lurale with education 6 experience. Please submit applications  to: Pacific National Group, World  Trade Centre, 1760*999 Canada  Place, Vancouver, B.C. V6C3E1.  men  Outiide salesperson calling on  businesses. Can be very rewarding  $$ 886-3254. ��29w  Required at M/H group home: relief  staff who have relative training,  experience, valid driver's licence  and flexibility of hours. For more  info, please call 8860217. ��29w  Insulator required. Experience an  asstt. Own vehicle required. 886-  8741. TFN  P/T motel desk dark, experienced  cnly,Phon��886-3321.     ��9w  Preschool assistant, 3 moms /  week. Rainbow Preschool, phone  Debby 866-3282. t29w  Floor layer/tinisher wanted lor  hardwood floors. Experienced >  reasonable. 886-3113 lv. mess.  ���29cn  Part time driver wanted tor delivering. Rets, please. Phone 885-  7160. MOcn  Assemble lighl products af home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext. A74. TFN  The Nine-Three-Seven Childcare  Society requires a dynamic, self-  motivated Programme Director for  their after school child-care centre.  The incumbent will plan $ supervise a play program for up to 10  children ages 5 to 10 years, keep  attendance 1 registration records  t prepare monthly reports lor the  Society Hours of work are 2:30 pm  to 6:30 pm weekdays, commencing Sept. 7,1993. Salary is based  on experience 1 qualifications.  Early childhood education training  1 experience is an asset, first aid  training is required. Send resume  to Nine-Three-Seven Childcare  Society, RR2 S2 C38, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1V0. Closing date July  30. I29w  RESTAURANT PERSONNEL  Progessive new dining concept In  established local restaurant, under  new management, seeks mature,  experienced people for all positions, lo inquire, call collect West  Coast Hospitality Services. 980-  0313. ��29w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Animal lovers, the SPCA needs  you to assist them in their new  home wilh the care _ walking of  their animals.  Host families are needed lor  exchange students from Japan  starling July 26th for three weeks.  Students have a full schedule of  class lime and activities. Wonderful  opportunity lo leam about Japan.  Teen Centre in Gibsons would like  to be open seven days a week but  needs volunteers to chaperone for  two or three hours al a lime.  Secretary needed for the Crime-  stoppers. Meel every second Wed.  of the month.  For these and more opportunities contact The Volunteer and  Information Centre at 885-5881.  A seivice funded by Ihe Ministry of  Social Services TFN  SISTERS BOOKKEEPING  Build a successful company while  we manage your paperwc.k. Professionalism 8 confidentiality guaranteed, c/o Sunshine Kayaking.  886-9760. ��31w  Have mowers, will travel. Brush-  cutting, weedeetlng, etc. $85*  07J7.   B. Varcoe journeyman carpenter.  Footings, foundations, sundecks.  Eves. 885-7977. Refs. available.  ���291X1  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9578  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  WORD       I  PROCESSING  |  ��� Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  KELLY'S SERVICES  Septic tank pumping, portable toilet  rentals. Call anytime. 886*2342 or  cell 220-5261. M1w  SPORES NHIK  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Specialty Fkilahn  * Praaaura Washing  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. References  available. 886-3463.        TFNs  35 Business &  Home Service  YlUSwiUtSfiUlelUtA  WHEELER  ELECTRIC  RESIDENTIAL &  COMMERCIAL  886-3700  Cel.328-6927  ABSOLUTELY THE BEST PAINTING at bargain prices. Relerences  prove It. Also minor repairs. Call  Roman 980-4709. ��29cn  Cluallty Woodwork  Honw RtffiodtlllnQ* Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work at an affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht  885*3372 ��33w  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883*  2978. TFN  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing In gardening and  lawn maintenance  - Pruning - Trimming ��� Fertilizing *  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 4 Residenfial  686-3180 lv. mess.  TFN  PAINTING  Interior. Exterior,  Residential 4  . Commercial. Small    a |obs a specialty,  quality workmanship  and materials ��� eslimates free  _%_!__  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���fancaat  SUNSHINE COAST  ENGINEERING LTD  Custom home designs and drawings. Professional engineers  reports, commerdal designs. Project Management. 886-4743J33*  Licensed electrician _ licensed  plumber lor new homes, renovations $ repairs. By contract or  hourly. 8654202. ��29cn  JOHN'S BRICK I STONE  20 years exper. Good work Good  prices. 865-3640. I29cn  CONSTRUCTION  f Custom Framing  Stairs' ^-Jft]  WoodSidins-T^  883-9775  6*9 pm  tenovatieni.Sundecki  Carports ��� Basements  ft mare  tt workmanih  joi M��-��.Mr  nship  Outbuildings / additions / renovation /repair rot and insect damage.  885-8070. M2w  Groundskeeping, windows, dump  service, etc. Man available casual  or regular basis. Reliable. 886-  3822. #3101  SEBERRY SERVICES  Lawns cut, weed whacking, win-  dows and gutter cleaning. Call Rick  885-9699. MOW  You need the job done, we'd like to  earn money tor school. Call Pan _  Taj. 886*7570. 13101  Window washing services. All  equipment provided. Free estimates. Refs. 888-3822.    ��31cn  Carpet and lino installation and  885-3191. ��29w  I'M VOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sola hurts, No job loo OTH. B* it  886-0380 df 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6602. TFN  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Cerpeti ��� UphoMary  (-OKfWfflUCK-  MOUNTED KW-MENT  BEST POSSKE RESULTS  JUST ASK AWXM)  886-3823  Light hauling. Yard $ basement  dean up. Seniors' discourrl. Norm.  686-9503. Mien Coast News, July 19, 1993  19  community  by Ann Kershaw  Business moves  Bank of Montreal's Neil  Scribner has just welcomed  Janet Carruthers as the bank's  new manager, customer service.  Even though she is arriving  from the main office in Vancouver, Janet is no stranger to the  Sunshine Coast as she was with  the Sechelt Branch during the  late '70s. Welcome backl  Congratulations are in order  as Dave Stene from the Sunshine Coast Credit Union moves  up to manager, operations and  development with newcomer  Rick Cooney laking over as  Sechell branch manager. At present Rick commutes from North  Vancouver and is greatly looking forward to getting his wife  and daughter settled in our community.  Education Information  According to the newsletter  put out by the BC School  Trustees Association: out of 100  grade 8 students only 69 will  graduate from grade 12 with  only 10 of those continuing on  to university, nine to college and  two to technical college. Only  30 per cenl of high school grads  pursue post secondary education!  Guilty of the uglles?  Mike Shanks, Chamber liaison with the District of Sechelt,  reports that there have been a  large number of complaints  about unsightly business premises ... debris, dumpsters and  pipes lying around. Please tidy  up your facilities; just a few  messy areas create an unpleasant impression for all Sechelt  businesses!  High unemployment  The newly released Labour  Force study done by Canada  Employment Centre is available  at the chamber office. How does  an unemployment rate of IS-18  per cent sound? Anyone doing  market research for a new business had best look this  manuscript over.  Marketing tip  The excellenl economic  impact of festivals and events on  a community is well known, but  too few businesses take advantage of becoming corporate  sponsors for such events. You  not only receive the advertising  you would normally purchase,  but the intangible benefits that  no amount of advertising dollars  can buy: good will and a heightened community profile. When  you are approached by someone  Ann Kershaw  from the Rockwood Centre  Story Telling Festival (October  1-3), consider spending some of  your marketing dollars on a corporate sponsorship. They start as  low as $25.  Business Info centre  So far in 1993 over 600  potential entrepreneurs have  sought business information  from the centre - that's over 100  inquiries per month! Sechelt  will be enjoying 60 new businesses if 10 per cent of these  inquiries turn into reality. Look  forward to new services, new  products - and new competition  during 1994.  New In town  The Chamber welcomes: Bay  Bed and Breakfast in Davis Bay,  John MacCallum Electric and  Seaworthy Adventures (diving  and waterskiing).  Thanks!  To Reg Rowe from NRS  Sechelt for the loan of a magnificent printer, most appreciated  by the staff!  Wanted  If anyone has replaced their  computer and is looking for a  home for the old one, please  consider a donation to the  Chamber office. We specialize  in making orphan computers  feel needed again.  Back In town  Bob and Kathy Crosbie are  back in Sechelt for a few  months to run the Driftwood Inn  while Debbie and Dick Van  Hasselt are taking a well  deserved holiday. After that it's  off to Scotland and a new business venture for the Crosbie  family.  Do you have news?  Please call Ann Kershaw at  885-3100 jf you have an item of  interest for the business community.  SUMMER  BLOWOUT  WITH PRICES REDUCED UP TO  Wl  ^ScHiccrs  886-3080  Willis & Im  SSC-3100  Exploring cruise ship offerings  Intriguing ports, luxury surroundings, gourmet  food and top-notch entertainment all spell cruise  holiday. Add the convenience of only having to  unpack once and it's little wonder that cruising is  the fastest growing segment of the travel industry.  Choosing to cruise is the first decision. The  next step takes some thought - large ship or small?  Are tropical islands appealing or are visits to cultural-rich cities? Onboard activities run the gamut  from educational lectures to themes of music, fitness, gourmet cooking and more.  Sizes of ships vary from windjammer (restored  luxury yachts of the 1920s era, which carry from  60 to 130 passengers) to mammoth luxury, sailing  hotels that cater to just over 2,000 passengers. If  you enjoy the comfort of getting to know your  ntighhggu and being abls-to scout the ship's  pi^mises quickly, choose a small to medium-size  ship (between 200-600 passengers is still "intimate" by cruise standards). Although not large,  this size vessel has luxury staterooms, a gym,  library, dance floors and a conference centre.  Some cruisers enjoy small, elegant ships, best  exemplified by the Song of Flower: 144 crew  members cater to 172 passengers. Five-star service  extends to complimentary cocktails and wine,  bathrobes and slippers in staterooms. 24-hour  room service and no tipping - luxury personified.  If a daily jog is essential, choose an over 1,000-  passenger vessel, like the Sky Princess. Elegance  is still "de rigeur" and the choice of companions is  vast. Visit with one group over lunch and play paddle tennis with another later. At Ihe other end of  the scale, a windjammer holiday is the answer to  an active, casual getaway. No need to dress for  dinner and passengers can handle the helm or hoist  a sail.  Once you've selected the ship, consider the  location of staterooms. If claustrophobia is a problem, an outside room with a window is essential,  (some ships even offer private balconies). The  higher the deck, the larger and more expensive the  cabin.  Use the cruise line brochure to study the ship's  layout and consider the location of the facilities in  relation to the elevator and your room. If you have  a health problem, ensure that a doctor is on the  staff. Most cruise lines cater to special dietary  needs; anything from Kosher to healthy head cuisine can be specially ordered.  Consider the mind-boggling realm of destinations which await. If sun-filled days and fascinating islands are priorities, choose the Caribbean or  the Mediterranean. The Mexican Riviera is a closer-to-home sail and going through Ihe Panama  ' Canal links this with the Caribbean or South  American ports. Cruises to the latter have  increased drastically Ihe last few years as the mystery of the Amazon and the beauty of Rio de  Janeiro lure travellers.  The warm waters of Hawaii are appealing and  the South Pacific offers the intrigue of places like  Bali as well as modem cities like Singapore. This  multi-cultural metropolis is a popular departure  point as it is close to many countries - Indonesia,  China, Thailand and Vietnam are a few of the  many port possibilities.  European waters beckon from Ihe fjord-filled  coastline of Norway to the grandeur of ancient  cities like Rome and Venice. When making choices, our own coastal route to Alaska must not be  forgotten, as it is a trip lauded by worldwide travellers. Atlantic North America also holds appeal,  especially in early fall when it's a showcase of  colour.  Article submitted by BCAA Travel.  Bookkeeping 6 office seivices. For  small business. Reasonable rates.  Karen. 885*0707. 131 w  Sundeck Specialist lor your custom deck - a no obligation in-  home estimate. Call The Woodsman'at 925-9021. MOcn  Reliable young man seeks outdoor  employment, yard work, construction clean-up, Jay 885-4402.130*  Handyman available, plumber t  carpenter. Pager 11-979-1526 or  886-8292. 130*  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 886-9257.  >38w  RUBBISH REMOVAL Yard dean  up, light moves, odd jobs, quick  friendly service. 885-9694,326-  1811 cell. 13001  Experienced carpenter - lorms.  Iraming, finishing. Free estimales.  Call Drew 685-4557. I29w  Renovating?  Adding on?  Need repairs, a sundeck?  Certified carpenter  Brad Stewart 886-8652  <29w  36. Work Wanted      I 38  Business  Opportunities  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  Iree estimates, no job loo small or  too large. Bruce 885*9576.   TFN  Rer*uire rare lor baby in my home.  Days. 886*2580. Hlw  Childcare wanted lor two boys (81  2). Mornings. Ongoing in Ml, possibly some ollice work, loo. Call  Luinda 886-4573 (8 am lo 7 pm).  HOw  P/T live out nanny, starting Sept 4,  2 year dd. 886-8900.       HOcn  Spaces available lor 3-5 yr olds al  Teddy Bear Daycare. 885-2721.  12901  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos - schod age.  Fun-filled caring erwiionmerit, with  trained staff. 886-3913.     H7w  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSOVARNA  FOREST a GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechelt  Call Dortin at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Established vending machine business with growth potential. 886-  2565.  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  Dr op ot your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  an Ptndaar MasfDoajf  "A Fr��m��y PKxaH Puce"  One ton truck tor hire. Will do pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  886*2108. HOw  COOLRUNMNQS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcal Services  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  UndSi-ar��C<*aistruction  Drainage  886-8536  TFNs  Setvice station business on busy  comer in Gibsons. Write Box 1493,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.      Hlw  WANTED. BUSINESS TO BUY.  Thinking of selling your business?  I am looking for an established stable business. I am not a realtor  and promise confidentiality. Please  send some brief Mo to Box 2055,  Sechelt, VON 3A0 and I will contact you or can 885-4037.   HOw  Working partner required lor  established retail store on Coast.  Enclose phone number. P.O. Box  2051, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.I29*  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 885*2228.  ���29W  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT* GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechell: 685*6422  "pn/suut^tet-nd.  Oh Sett tt-etmetftmtmt  Looking for if,  TV  to be a part of the upcoming  SUNSHINE COAST  SUMMER FUN  promotion!  For more information, contact:  Cam Purdy, Coast News ��� 886-2622  Loni Shaw, Coast News ��� 885-3930  Gord Clayton, Trail Bay Sports ��� 885-2512  Notice to Wai Jing Lo: Remove  your vehicle Irom my property by  Aug. 15,1993 or il will be sold at  public auction. I29cn  Notice Board <J>  Ongoing events musl he updated monthly  We reserve (he right In edit submission* for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Ilems will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  The Sunshine  Coasl News  TUESDAY, JULY 20  Family Support Qroup ot tho S.C.  Attn, tor Community Living mooting, 7  pm, Awn offict, Torodo Square.  THURSDAY, JULY 22  Qlbaona Ambaaaador Pagoant 'SS,  Elphinslone High School gym, 7:30 pm  (doors open at 7 pm)  FRIDAY S SATURDAY, JULY 29 A24  Tho Hot Fotatooa & Friends praiant  "Moatly -Jazz' with Michael Crebor, pianist  and David Fay, eaxophonist, both from  Vancouver. Tickets $10 at Talewind  Books and Books A Stuff.  SATURDAY A SUNDAY, JULY 24 * H  Sunahlne Coaat Equootrlan Club Sea  Cavalcade Horse Show. Saturday:  Western Day; cattle panning A games.  Sunday: English Day; jumping A pleasure  claasas. Both days; lack sale,  concessions. Spectators welcome, Info:  Jodi, 866-3059.  SATURDAY, JULY 24  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club Wiener Roast,  5 pm, Davla Bay beach.- bring your own  wieners, buns and refreshments  Info:  885-9968, 665-5883,  FRI., JULY 30 -MON., AUG. 2  Filberg Festlvsl, 61 Filberg Road,  Comox. Fri-Sun: 11 am-8 pm; Mon: 11  am-6 pm. Enjoy Ihe best of BC arts A  crafts plus free music, great food, free  children's entertainment, petting farm A  mora. Location: 9-acre Filberg Park  overlooking Comox Bay. Admiaaion:  adulls S3, kids 6*11 $1, kids six and  under free.  SATURDAY, JULY 31  Gambler Island Craft Fair, 10 am-4 pm  Lota of homemade food A crafts.  Transportation from Langdale on the  Dogwood Princess. Info: Beth, 886-9653.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 1  CAMEO. Singles Club hike, 11 am,  moot at Trail Bay Mall (Royal Bank side).  Bring lunch A Jacket, Info: 885-9968,  8855683.  MISCELLANEOUS  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park Visitor  Programs: Thursdays, 7:30 pm: What to  do if you're lost in the forest and how to  avoid getting lost in the first place.  Frldaya, 2 pm: Diacovering which  animals live in Iho forest. Fridays, 8 pm:  Legends Around the Campfire A making  musical instruments. Please bring s lawn  chair Sundays, 7 pm: Learning about our  native flora.  Ths Qo Tasn Csntrs is located at  Brothers Park, next to Ihe baseball fields  We are open Thurs. 4-8, Fri. 4-9,  Sat. noon-10 pm and Sun. 1-5, For more  info call 886-0496 during these hours.  Elphinstone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., acroaa from Post Office,  Gibsons. Displaya are conatantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour: 886-  8232.  Psndsr Harbour Aquatic A Fltnsss  Csntrs. The centre is cloeed 'til Sepl. 11.  Parsnt-Tot   Drop-In   A   Summsr  Adventures 'S3: the Parent-Tot Drop-In  in Sechelt A Wilson Creek is closed and  will re-open the first week of October,  Info: Karen Scott, 886-8648 or  Community Services, 885-5881.  4th Annual Save ths Strslt Marathon,  Aug. 20-22, expects to attract hundreds of  participants to cross Georgia Strait under  human power. For an information package, to register as a participant, an escort  boat, sponsor or to VOLUNTEER, call  Marathon Coordinator Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741-0094, FAX 753-2567 or write  Save Georgia Strait Alliance, 1201, 195  Commercial St., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5G5.  Shlatiu Studsnt Clinic: Japanese  Acupressure is an energetic system of  healing stress, pain relief A prevention ot  Into: Maris, 883-2142. 30  Summsr Spa: Aquacize classes  Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 am.  Step classes Wednesday 10:30-11:30  am. Spa Bninch A Shiatzu are also available at Lord Jim's. Info: 885-7038.       35  MONDAYS  AA Woman's Qroup, 8:15 pm, Action  Csntrs, Dolphin Si. (across Irom Post  Office). 885*5680 30  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer' Support Group  meets every other Tuesday. Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 885-5661  or 8864369  WEDNESDAYS  Sunshine Toaatmaatera meetings st  7:30 pm al Chatelech Secondary, Room  115. Learn leadership, communication  and public speaking skills. Everyone welcome.  Story Tims for sges 3-5, 10 sm, Gibsons  A District Public Library, 464 S. Fletcher,  Qlbaona. 886-2130. 30  THURSDAYS  SC'a Wslght Looa Support Group  masts afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 686-  2692, and evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call  886-7159, at the Uniled Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons.  AA Woman's Qroup, noon, Action  Centre, Dolphin St. (across from Post  Office). 685-5660. 30  SATURDAYS  Qlbsons A District Public Library  Children's Summer Reading Club, 10 am,  through Aug. 14. July 24: Thame:  Oceans A Islands. Activities: Artist Greta  Quzek presents her now children's book,  Tha Ferry Boat Ride. Crafts - make your  own animal picture using lust your  thumbprint. Aug. 7: Theme: Deserts A  Drylands. Activities: Scott Feamley brings  his pet snake, Becky, to visil. Craft -  make your own pet snake. Aug. 14:  Cloelng Party! Fun, gamea, refreshments,  mora prize winners!  OM Growth Tours ot the Caren Range  throughout July, August A September,  Moot at Wildlife Rehab Centre, Trout  Lake Road, Halfmoon Bay, 11 am to car-  pool 4x4s or Irucks or to calch a rented  van. For more info: Friends of Caren,  885-2398 (mess). 20  Coast News, July 19, 1993  Sincere best wishes are extended to  Dr. Pamela Earle  on the occasion of her retirement  DR. GRANT WOOD  will continue to welcome  Sunshine Coast residents at the  Gibsons Optometry Clinic  Dr. Grant Wood  Optometrist  General Eye  & Vision Care  Member of the  B.C. Association  of Optometrists  Gibsons urged to promote heritage  Gibsons Medical Dental Centre Office Hours  815 Sunshine Coast Highway       Tuesday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p m.  RR#2S2C73 Alternating Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m  Gibsons. BC M4-721I  J  We've Got The  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  . international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  ^^^^0iuua^^__  COAST^NEWS  by Charles Hart  The protection or heritage  should be a community and economic priority, representatives  of local heritage groups told  Gibsons council Tuesday.  Elphinslone Pioneer Museum  manager Lola Westell said the  town's draft official communily  plan does not go nearly far  enough to recognize Ihe significance and importance of heritage preservation. Indeed, the  100-page OCP document contains a scant two-pages of commentary on lhe subject.  Westell urged Gibsons lo  draft a heritage management  plan lhal would have specific-  policies for buildings and artifacts.  She contrasted Gibsons wilh  the town of Cumberland on  Vancouver Island, which she  said has promoted its mining  heritage and directly funded its  museum, helping to draw  tourists and visitors to Ihe area.  John De Kleer and Lillian  Kunstler spoke on behalf of Ihe  Gibsons Landing Heritage Society, saying the province is  putting more and more funding  aside to support communily heritage efforts because of figures  indicating that 80 per cent of BC  tourism is lured by the  province's historical attributes.  De Kleer pointed lo Ihe political significance of Gibsons'  Inglis House as an example,  reminding council lhat Ihe  Canadian Commonwealth Federation or CCF parly, Ihe precursor lo ihe federal NDP, was  conceived there.  "The house is of national  importance to recognize," he  said.  Kunstler said the town should  strike a heritage advisory council lo work wilh thc BC Heritage  Trust.  "Wc haven't supported our  heritage enough in the past... A  list of heritage buildings has  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  gechett  ANIMAL   HOSPITAL  Dr. Wendy Royle and staff  are pleased to announce  the opening of the  Veterinary Clinic  .5586 Wharf St., Sechelt  (Across from Gibsons Building Supply)  July 19th  Please call  885-2309  for appointment.  Appreciation  The staff at ^^���"^^  would like  to thank the Sunshine Coast for  all the support since our Grand Opening,  & we'd like to say  Thanks/  1X1 Marble-look  Floor Tile  NOW 199  Cambray Lino  NOW 5.99/ ,    I  While Mijijilhs lust  Level Loop  Carpet  0M.Y$5.95/  Armstrong Candide  $12.95  Shop curly  for the  best selection!  We carry  Berber Carpet  7.95/ 9.95/ 18.95/  10 Rolls of  Mannington Gold  V     ��.      , $29.95  took foi other  In stoic specials!  Shop curl) for  best seleition!  interior decorating  in-home shopping  Highway 101 Gibsons  CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE  886-7112  The Inglis house.  been furnished (lo the town) but  is not being used."  The town is slill working on  draft OCP changes and expects  lo   compiele   revisions   by  File photo  month's end. Administrator Dan  Legg said council will then  decide whether to host another  open house before going to public hearing.  Coast News appoints  advertising manager  Pat Tripp, publisher of the  Coast News, is pleased lo  announce the appointment of  Cam Purdy as advertising manager.  Cam brings over seven years  of media experience to the Sunshine Coast, originally as a communications assistant with the  Banff Cenlre School of Fine  Arts, and later as promotions  manager for Sunshine Village  ski resort.  He joined Ihe Coast News'  parent company in 1989 as a  reporter with the Banff Crag and  Canyon newspaper, later moving to Jasper where he was the  editor for over a year.  Fleeing subzero temperatures  and aggressive elk, Cam moved  to Squamish, where he was the  founding editor of The  Squamish Chief newspaper.  This was followed by a winter  in Whistler as advertising representative, and a brief stint in  Strathmore, Alberta as publisher  of the Strathmore Standard.  Most recently, Cam had  moved back to Squamish as  sales manager of thc Chief, but  he couldn't resist the opportunity of living on the Sunshine  Coast.  "Of all the places I've seen in  Cam Purdy  BC, I can't think of one I'd  rather live in than right here," he  says.  "The recreational opportunities are great, the people are  almosl illegally friendly ��� it  makes me wish I'd watched Ihe  Beachcombers when I was  ye-tfiiger. I'd have come out  here a lot sooner."  Cam's responsibilities will  include looking after several  clients in addilion to his working wilh Ihe rest of the Coasl  News' sales leam lo develop  marketing strategies for businesses throughout the Coast.  We welcome Cam lo his new  posilion and wish him all the  best in his future with the Coasl  News.  Lower Gibsons hit  by rash of robberies  by Derek McNaughton  Thieves entered three downlown stores in lower Gibsons Thursday, stealing a small amount of cash from second-hand clothing store  Nifty Thrifty's and over $150 from health food store Variety Foods.  Robbers also tried to enter newly opened Checkers Town Foods,  but an elaborate alarm system foiled them, said Gibsons RCMP  spokesperson Don Davidson.  Gwen Roberlson, president of Gibsons Community Self Help  Association, speculated the theft and break-and-enler at Nifty  Thrifty's was committed by someone familiar to the store. Thieves  knew where the keys and float money were kept, she said.  "I feel betrayed. Nifty Thrifty is there for a purpose," she said.  Money from the store goes to supporting the food bank. "Stealing  from Ihe store," she added, "is like biting Ihe hand that feeds you."  Police have launched an investigation and brought in an identification specialist who has dusled the stores for finger prints. If caught,  Ihe individuals could be charged with break-and-enler and theft.  Anyone wilh information is asked lo contact RCMP.  In another incident, Ihe owner of Roberts Creek bed and breakfast  The Willows Inn caught Ihree children and a youth breaking into the  house. Police have charged Ihe youth.  No names have been released.  #2  HOW A SEPTIC  SYSTEM WORKS  I  L  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  ���

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