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Array parlia        e Wary  ���    93.9  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  August 9,1993 Volume 47 Issue 32  Terminal keeps plan to cut Caren old growth  by Derek McNaughton  Terminal Forest Products plans to  cut ahout 1800 truckloads of old growth  trees from the Caren Range forest. But  final permission to remove the wood is  on hold pending a coming public  review.  The company plans to remove  60,000 cubic metres of timber, or about  120 hectares of old growth over the  next five years, company forest manager Don Shaw confirmed Friday.  But Paul Jones, president of the  environmental group Friends of Caren,  promised blockades and protests "far  bigger than the Clayoquot has seen," if  logging of the old growth is allowed to  proceed.  In a Sechelt hotel room Wednesday,  Terminal unveiled plans to protect  about 550 hectares of land, including  lakes, ponds and former clearcuts.  Last year, the Forest Service showed  plans to preserve 555 hectares in the  Caren, 250 hectares of which were old  growth.  But the Friends of Caren insist 800  hectares and an additional buffer zone  around the ancient forest be spared.  The final okay to cut the trees, some  of which are as old as 1700 years, is on  hold until a revised management plan  for the Caren Range comes before the  public.  The plan has been under revision by  the Forest Service since it was first  shown a year ago and, could already  include plans to cut old Caren trees.  But even if armies of preservation  ists turn up to comment on the plan,  Caren Range old growth is still likely to  see some logging, say forest officials.  This year, Terminal has been told  they can cut, and has a license for  removing 133,000 cubic meters of  wood from the Sunshine Coast timber  supply area, of which the Caren is part,  said Shaw.  And the timber company is determined to wrestle hard for access to public land.  "If we don't fight for our [timber], if  Interfor doesn't fight for theirs in the  Tetrahedron, if MacMillan Bloedel  doesn't fight for theirs in the Clayoquot, and if we all whimper and give  up, there will be no place left to log -  and that will be the end of the industry," said Shaw.  Public comments from a previous  plan for logging in the Caren were  mixed, said forest resource officer  Barry Miller. But he added, "1 don't  know if it was accurate sampling."  turn to page 3  Concern  rises in  wake of  escaped  Atlantic  salmon  by Jane Seyd  Commercial fishermen say  they're worried after large numbers of Atlantic salmon which  escaped from fish farms were  caught in Johnstone Strait last  week. And at least one government official agrees it could be  cause for concern.  According to reports from the  fishing grounds, some seiners  caught as many as. 100 Atlantic  salmon while one boat cadght  44 in one night," said Dennis  Brown of the Uniled Fishermen  and Allied Workers Union. "In  my view that's unacceptable."  Atlantic salmon were first  imported to Ihe Sunshine Coasl  in the 1980s to raise in fish  farms.  Bul now larger numbers are  escaping into the wild, fishermen and others have worried the  Atlantics may adversely effect  native Pacific salmon stocks  through spread of disease, genetic mixing, or displacing Ihe  indigenous salmon in their  spawning grounds.  Usually a few Atlantic  salmon show up in commercial  catches each year, said Brown.  But Ihis lime, "I'm talking about  thousands in the last couple of  days."  Ron Ginetz, of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans'  aquaculture division, confirmed  an estimated 2800 Atlantic  salmon were caught by fishermen on Monday and Tuesday.  Ginetz said the salmon most  likely came from Iwo recent  escapes in the area. In the first,  June 14, 4000 Atlantics between  six and eighl pounds each  escaped into Broughton Inlet  aflcr Iheir nel pen was ripped by  a boat lending the fish farm.  In Ihe second incident, 5000  Atlantics escaped into Frederick  Arm, north of Campbell River,  after an especially high tide.  "Our posilion is there is no  significant risk associated wiih  that," said Ginetz.  Bul that certainty isn't shared  by everyone.  Said Dave Narver, director of  Ihe provincial fisheries branch,  "We have always had concern  aboul whal the effects might be  on our native Pacific salmon."  And lo say there's no potential problem is "really bad biology," he added.  According lo Ginetz,  Atlantics are unlikely to cause  trouble for native salmon  because Ihey are relatively  docile in comparison to Pacifies.  And any displacement in spawning streams would likely be a  short-term problem only.  Bul Narver said nobody really knows what will happen, and  the real effects won't be known  unlil Ihe right studies have been  completed: "Thai's not even  being planned at the moment."  turn to page 2  Fire rips through  Sechelt home  A Sechelt volunteer firefighter enters tbe still-smouldering remains of a house on Porpoise Bay  Road which burned Thursday morning. Jane Seyd photo  by Jane Seyd  Fire ripped through a house  on Porpoise Bay Road Thursday morning, setting off gun  shells stored in the basement  and sending two volunteer firefighters to the oxygen masks  with heat exhaustion before  reducing the contents of a family home to charred remains.  John and Judy Karpenko of  5704 Porpoise Bay watched in  shock as firefighters finished  dousing the still-smoking structure. Less than an hour before  "all of a sudden I smelled  smoke and heard popping,"  said Judy Karpenko.  Soon after she and husband  John escaped, smoke was coming out of the basement window  Sechelt fire chief Bill Higgs  said firefighters responded to a  call from neighbours at 10:37  a.m. and were on the scene  three minutes later.  But the combination of  cedar, wood panelling and  gyproc - further fueled by gunpowder exploding in the basement - went up in flames fast,  said Higgs.  Fourteen firefighters took  three hours to get Ihe blaze  completely under control.  Although the fire appeared  to start in the basement, no  official cause has yet been  determined said Higgs. An  investigation into the cause  started Friday.  One fatality of the fire was  the family dog, who crawled  under a bed to hide when the  fire broke out.  Sechett council rejects protection for Rockwood  by Derek McNaughton  Land al the Rockwood Pavilion, home of Ihe famous Festival of the Written Arts, will not  gel protection from development and could someday  become something olher than an  aits centre.  Four Sechell councillors said  "No" Wednesday to a move thai  would have made changes to Ihe  property more difficult. Now,  the districl council could sell or  rezone the land on a whim, said  an angry Mayor Nancy MacLarty*  Making Rockwood a  reserved property "means some  yahoo council can't come in and  sell the land," she said. "If you  get a development-type council,  and they get an offer to sell,  Ihey might sell it."  Under a reserved status, town  council would be forced to get  an okay from BC's municipal  affairs office before making  changes to the roughly two-acre  site. Victoria would then take  Ihe question to public referendum. "Now, wilh a simple  majority vote, (Rockwoodj is  gone," said MacLarty.  But councillor Michael  Shanks defended the move, saying the town should not lock  themselves oul or forfeit control  in case a lucrative deal comes  along.  "It would tie up that piece of  property ... if we ever wanted  to sell it," he said. Council does  not wanl Ihe extra hassle of  dealing with municipal affairs,  he said.  The property, otherwise  known as 5511 Shornecliffe,  promotes major regional and  local art exhibits, and has been  the site of many educational and  social functions.  turn to page 3  ���'_���������������Tr--..  ���*���* ..__mmm"*grrr.--   '  . ���..������-*���*����*���,��*���*��.�����*. - '  Rising  to the  occasion...  Water skiing is just one of  the ways to beat the heat in  Trail Bay.  Joel Johnstone photo  -. ���- a - a-., v, i*. Coast News, August 9, 1993  WIN MON-SAT  10-4P.M,  Pail WaWWd Inn look  Gifts & souvenirs handcrafted on the piemises.  You and your summer visitors are welcome in our shop.  REASONABLE PRICES-CALL 885-9694 OR 885*7336  90% off everything in store. Fans, (Mures,  lamps, shades, bulbs, etc Al discontinued  items going below cost price.  IM ��� Shada*. * Wall ScotKW " track . 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Meanwhile,  local IWA members will be heading over to  Ucluelet to show  support for the ���������������  local loggers at a family gathering scheduled for the afternoon  Aug. 14. "A lot of our guys  'We're not looking  for a  confrontation'  -Murray Cantelon  Sunshine Coast IWA business  manager Murray Cantelon.  He said local loggers had  been invited to the gathering by      the IWA based in  Port Alberni.  He added local  loggers were not  intending to visit  the protest camp  at the "Black  Hole" site or go to  the logging road blockades.  "I don't expect it's going to  be a dramatic sort of deal," he  from here are concerned," said     said. "We're not looking for a  confrontation*"  Although Sunshine Coast  logging is on a much smaller  scale Hum operations tn Clayoquot Sound, "We share their  concent about having Ihe working forest eroded," said Cantelon.  Meanwhile, light said the  protests over Clayoquot logging  are fasl becoming, "the hot issue  of the province this summer."  On July 26, 11 Sunshine  Coast residents were arrested for  blocking Ihe Kennedy River  logging road.  Woodcreek remains adrift in sewage strife  by Stuart Burnside  lleppetitus, Giardia, Salmonella, Ii. colli ... All are diseases  that can seriously endanger  human beings, particularly children, and all are a threat when  people come in contact with raw  sewage.  At (he Woodcreek Park subdivision outside Gibsons, residents have been grappling wilh  a rising tide of raw  sewage for several  years while trying to  get their subdivision  developer to take  responsibility for the  mess. Now they've  been told their fight  could go on for at  least another seven months.  "The court date on which the  (Woodcreek) developer was to  face charges of polluting the  environment has been postponed  from July 27 until the end of  February," said Ministry of  Environment (MOE) spokesman  Dennis Barlow.  Last year the MOE charged  developers Don and Shirley  Mclntyre wilh six environmental permit violations under the  Waste Management Act, including two counts of introducing  business waste into the environment which carry a possible $1  million penalty each:  Barlow said, in addition to  the new charges, the Maclntyno**  have have been under charge*  for nearly six yean for failing to  pay a $50,000 security deposit  necessary before the Woodcreek  seplic system commenced operation.  "Somehow il fell through Ihe  cracks," Barlow said, "And  we've been trying since 1987 lo  get the developers to pay the  security. But it keeps getting  postponed in court."  Barlow said the Maclntyres  ______   have,   since   last  charges,  two new  place that  attracts kids  it-Jim llmtkes'  year s  'It's the kind Of opened  sections of the sub-  division's septic  field to deal with  the sewage problem, but added that  those measures  were not adequate.  "The new (septic field sections) seem to be helping," Barlow said, "But (Woodcreek) is  still in violation of its Ministry  of the Environment permit."  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit  officer Jim Brookes agreed that  conditions have improved since  the new field was installed, but  said Ihe warm weather could  also be helping. "Once it starts  to rain (the water table) will  probably rise and we'll have the  same problem all over again."  The health unit posted the  area as dangerous earlier this  year, but Brookes said there is  still a danger of kids and animals playing in the area.  - "It's the kind of place that  attracts kids," he said.  Woodcreek residents have lived septic with problems for a hum-  ber of years.  Coles takes aim at Gibsons mayoral seat  David Coles of Coles Marina and Diesel  committed himself to becoming the next  Mayor of Gibsons last week saying he will  leave town if he doesn't win.  "It's pretty much all or nothing for me,"  Coles says, "If I don't win I'm moving on....  to a community where they still value a  working environment"  Coles says the ongoing controversy over  the future of Gibsons waterfront is his prime  concern. In past months he has pushed to  have the working area of his boat repair  business expanded to include a second  marine way and a pier, but council has  repeatedly turned him down saying the plan  is to zone the area residential in the new  Official Community Plan. (OCP).  Coles says he doesn't think becoming  mayor to change an aspect of the OCP  directly affecting him is a conflict of interest  because his goal is to retain the overall character of the Gibsons waterfront.  "The way things are going we're going to  have wall to wall condos down here," Coles  says," I don't think anyone really wants  that."  Coles says he has other areas of concern  in his drive to become mayor including  pushing to have the Gibsons bypass finished,  forming a harbour commission to improve  conditions at the government wharf, and  starting a recreation committee.  "There are a lot of things that have to  change," Coles said. "Gibsons will only continue to grow and we can't keep going the  way we are now."  as  kC-ft-f***}**  Duty  Residential, Interior Design  By appointment  885-2103  BC doctors turn down  union option despite  'interest' among BCMA  S CRUISE  AVERS  Hdwaii-SWQOf^-lOdays  Must be booked by Aug. 31-Air included.  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Failure to reach an agreement with the NDP government  over 18 months led Ihe BCMA  to investigate the advisability of  becoming a union.  "There was opinion thai the  labour laws would offer us  some legal protections and  rights, such as binding arbitration and formal negotiations,"  Dr. Garg explained. "Thai Ihere  also were some downsides has  been reflected in our vote."  Public opinion polling may  have influenced the vote, in lhat  a majority of ihose members of  Ihe public surveyed were of the  view that Ihey did not want their  doctor to be a member of a  union.  !)il 7 Wliorl St Srclir.ll     *������<-.  Commercial fishermen call  for Atlantic salmon ban  from page 1  "The possibility of displacement is a concern..." he said. "How do  we know it won't happen? We should at least monitor a few rivers."  Meanwhile, the fishermen's union would like to see a ban on  Adanucs or at least better containment al fish farms, said Brown.  Ginetz said industry is working on the problem of escapes: "We  don't want to see farmed Atlantics oul there," he said. But inevitably,  "accidents are going to happen."  But a ban on Atlantics is unlikely, he said: "The Atlantic salmon  farming industry is of key economic importance."  "  ���"��� news  Coast News, August 9, 1993  Horseback  riding to help  the .handicapped  Jan Norn (left) is the guiding  force behind the three day  trials for a handicapped  horseback riding program on  thc Coast  Sponsored by Bridges, a  pediatric therapy program  based out of Sechelt, the  program helps physically  challenged youngsters stretch  inner and upper thigh muscle  groups, achieve a finer sense of  balance and posture, learn eye  and hand coordination and  self-confidence while learning  to ride  A ten day program Is being  offered In September with the  help of Jeanine Elllngham's  riding facility and equestrian  instructor Tina Wilson.  Interested volunteers or  participants can call Jan Norn  at 886-0422. Joel Johnstone photo  Councillors won't  'sacrifice' options  from page 1  Shanks agreed the centre was  a big benefit to Sechelt, but said  councillors "don't want to sacrifice what the municipality can  do with that [land] in the  future."  The municipality of Sechelt  owns the land on which the  pavilion sits. The pavilion and  all its buildings, however, are  owned by the Festival of the  Written Arts.  A frustrated festival director  Betty Keller refused to comment on the council's actions.  Councillors Rosina Giles,  Art Whistler and Peggy Wagner  also voted in favour of rejecting  the motion.  Motorists to pay more  on property claims  A recent change to the insurance (motor vehicle) act means some  motorists with property damage hit and run claims will pay a larger  share of claims costs.  The deductible rises to $350 from $150 for hit and run damages  sustained on or after August 1,1993.  Basic Autoplan insurance normally covers the cost, minus the  deductible, of property damage hit and run claims.  Motorists who also carry ICBC collision coverage with a  deductible lower than $350 will receive the benefit of that lower  deductible.  SCRD muscles onto shoulder properties  by Derek McNaughton  Potentially hundreds of Coast homes,  many of which were built years ago, could be  sitting within the boundaries of provincial  road allowances.  And if a property is within that allowance,  it could be forced to move, have any buildings within the limit trimmed, or be denied a  permit to make changes to the land.  Furthermore, people with homes within a  road allowance could have difficulty selling  their property.  Beach front property owners along Gibsons' Ocean Beach Esplanade discovered  recently that their homes were built within  the lines of a provincial 50 metre road  allowance.  One man, who asked that his name not be  published, is now mired in a legal battle to  sell his house after living on the same piece  of land for over 20 years.  A Regional District (SCRD) plan to build  a path along Ihe allowance is prohibiting him  from selling, he says.  Helga Martins, who also lives on  Esplanade, said her house needed a new  'Lopping the front of the  porch off would rather  destroy our house'  -Helga Martins  foundation, and after putting it on blocks to  make the repairs was given a stop work order  by the SCRD.  "Our house goes on the road allowance by  1.5 metres; the wooden logs were slipping,"  she said. "We didn't anticipate any problems,  but the SCRD has managed to delay it. Lopping the front of the porch off would rather  destroy our house," she added.  The house is still up on blocks, she said.  And from sitting, "now feels quite wonky."  Martins said she pleaded with the SCRD to  let construction of the foundation finish, and  "used all the arguments"; but area director  Jim Gurney "tried to say we had no right to  repair or maintain it."  Dick Derby, SCRD alternate director, said  the regional government does plan to make a  path along Ocean Beach Esplanade and will  use the road allowance to make sure buildings do not get in the way. "They're blocking the trail," he said. "If we can correct that  to let the trail go through, that's what we'll  do."  Derby said the residents should have realized the allowance was there when they  moved in, and said if property owners are  encroaching on the allowance, they must be  stopped. "If you're going to make rules,  you're going lo have to enforce them. If  we're going to have control, planning and so  forth, you've got to abide by it," he said.  Now ts tie time b book in your rerool! 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MacMillan  Planetarium brought a deep  knowledge of space,      and a 25 inch portable  telescope to the Coast.  At sunset, about  200 people from all  over gathered at the       camp's amphitheater  to watch a slide show of stars,  planets, globular clusters and  planetary nebulas.  Speaker Gary Seronik presented complicated information  and crisp, colourful pictures on  everything from the moon to  white dwarfs, in a way that even  the children, many of whom  were excited by Ihe dark, could  almost understand.  "I like the Earth because it's  so fun, and I like the circle  things, and I like that - but I  don't know what it is," said one-  six year old astronomer.  "I hate the bugs," she later  whispered.  Hope  fades for  Friends  of Caren  supporters  from page 1  The Friends of Caren now  say their hopes of keeping the  forest intact are pinned on a  provincial Protected Area Strategy plan (PAS), which could  potentially designate the forest  off limits to logging.  People working on the  provincial strategy say they will  think about adopting the Caren  as part of a protected area. But  whether that will happen is still  uncertain.  A five-year development  plan for International Forest  Products, which also has cut-  blocks in both the Caren and the  Tetrahedron will be available  for public review Ihis week.  'Neat'  Marco Correia  Seronik described much of  what humans see in the night  sky, and tossed out difficult  questions, like a ; ;anut vendor  at a Jays game, which were  quickly returned by star gazers  eager to talk about their knowledge of space.  Seronik described falling  stars as little bits of space junk -      Ihe size of a Rice  Krispy - lhat burn up  while falling from the  sky.  The analogy drew  ________  witty responses from  the children, all of  whom were eager to poke their  eyes into the big telescope, and  see "real space."  A long queue of excited star  gazers waited patiently as the  $12,000 reflecting telescope -  Canada's largest portable - was  positioned.  When the telescope was  finally operational, reactions  from those who did see the globular cluster - a concentration of  stars in the Milky Way looking  much like bees around a hive,  were somewhat calm.  "Neat," said nine year old  Squamish resident Marco Correia.  Marco Correia, silhouetted against Saturn. Derek McNaughton photo  BOOMING!  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And since November of 1992, when the mess became so  extreme that it could no longer be ignored, local newspaper stories on the sorry stale of affairs at the subdivision  have appeared at regular intervals.  The problem is while officials were busy wringing  Iheir hands for the media, the problem wasn't gelling significantly belter. The most recent development in Ihe  saga isn't heartening.  A July 27 trial dale for the Vancouver developers on  several environmental charges for failure to comply wilh  Iheir Waste Management permit has been postponed - for  mysterious reasons of the courts - until 1994.  That leaves Woodcreek residents in deep you know  what.  For most people, it's hard lo believe that a situation  which potentially poses a very real public health hazard  could be allowed to go on this long.  To date, response from both the Ministry of Health and  the Ministry of Environment - which issued the Woodcreek permit in the first place - is they have no power to  go in and clean up the problem. Response from most  other officials falls in the realm of "not my department."  The history of the sewage plant isn't encouraging:  According to environment officials, works were not  installed as originally required, and the plant was not  properly maintained for several years. To top it off,  developers did not put down a required deposit - which  could presumably now go towards some cost of the  clean-up - prior to the start of operating this disaster.  There are some obvious questions here.  For instance, how is it that the developer was originally allowed to proceed while showing seemingly flagrant  disregard for conditions of the waste permit? And how  long was it before any of the supposed enforcement agencies bothered to notice?  The story of Woodcreek is perhaps a sad testimony to  what happens when nobody insists the rules are followed  to begin with, and finds they aren't terribly enforceable  later.  Attitudes to fish  short-sighted  As this week's news attests, Atlantic salmon, originally  brought to the Sunshine Coast to be raised as farmed fish,  have been escaping into the wild in significant numbers.  The jury is still out on exactly what those Atlantic  escapees mean to the existing ecosystem.  For instance, nobody really knows what effect this new  species might have on native Pacific salmon. And by the  sounds of it, nobody's in any hurry to find out.  That seems short-sighted. Our world is too full already  of examples where we've charged ahead first, and asked  questions or assessed the damage later.  That's the wrong way to go about it.  MHrs  Cowrie rezoning  dismays residents  The proposal to rezone all  properties between Ocean and  Trail Avenues on Cowrie  Street's north side is still causing deep dismay among residents or the adjacent neighbourhood. None of these nearby residents was consulted before the  proposal to rezone the entire  strip to Commercial was presented about a year ago.  After the plan was turned  down at a crowded public hearing last August thc powers that  be came up with the new C5  zoning proposal restricting the  types of business allowable and  controlling their appearance.  Much emphasis is made upon  the attractive facades required  but these will benefit only  passers-by on Cowrie Street.  Those who live in the area will  have to be content with their  back views. The impact upon -  the lives of nearby residents of  business traffic almost in their  back yards has been neither  acknowledged nor addressed.  The real problems which  cause us to feel so threatened  arise from the fact that interests  of businesses and residents in  this case are diametrically  opposed. Businesses need to  prosper and to them a steady,  strong traffic flow and ample  parking are absolutely vital. But  these needs of theirs must  invade the residential lane,  bringing danger to pedestrians,  loss of privacy and peace to the  homes on the opposite side of it  and consequently a fall in the  market value of those homes.  Has council considered liability  or compensation for any of ihis?  We are being expected to pay  far loo high a price, primarily in  terms of human values, for  something we never requested  and which will be of no benefit  to us at all.  If C5 becomes a precedent it  could threaten other residential  blocks in the municipality.  We are still waiting to hear  council and its planning department admit to the dangers of  zoning any strip of properties  commercial with only the width  of a residential lane between it  and a row of homes.  The growing perception of  the attitude of councillors and  Iheir officials is that most of  them display little more regard  for the human concerns of the  district than they would for a  colony of ants in the path of a  bulldozer.  Some solid assurance that  this is not the case would be  gladly received by most people  .living in the neighbourhood, 45  of whom have signed a petition  against the CS zoning.  E. MARJORIE GOODING  Sechelt  No safe place  for firecrackers  I would like to thank all those  who came to the aid of my  daughter, Helen, and myself  when she was injured by a firecracker thrown or shot in front  of her at Dougall Park Friday  evening, July 23.  Thank you to the people tunning the concession who supplied us with towels, water and  ice until the ambulance arrived,  to the teenagers who found out  what had happened and gave the  names of two suspects to Ihe  police and to the ambulance  attendants and police who were  quickly on the scene.  I was most impressed by the  care and concern shown by  everyone present.  Thank you also to Karen at  St. Mary's emergency who was  very comforting to Helen, and to  Dr. Cairns for his excellent care  under stressful circumstances.  And a special thank you to our  neighbour, Lorna Driemel, for  staying at our side throughout  the whole ordeal.  Helen was very lucky.  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  Th* Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 480  Qlbaona, B.C.  VON 1V0  She needed four stitches and  will hopefully have no permanent damage to her eye.  To the children who threw  the flare or firecracker and to  any others contemplating playing with these things, please  learn from Helen's terrible experience.  There is no safe place to  experiment with firecrackers.  BONNIE HUGHES  Roberts Creek  Reformers a vote  for the future  May I take this opportunity  lo reply to an article in the Coast  News by Derek McNaughton,  July 29.  As a supporter of the Reform  Party since its initiation let me  assure you that I have not yet  sprouted wings, either left or  right.  As a long time conservative  voter, I have voted for very few  conservative candidates.  Why?  Because such a specimen just  does not seem to exist.  The Reform Party promises  to hold referenda on all major  issues.  What have the three tired old  line gangs in Ottawa promised?  And, if they should promise  anything, who will believe what  they say.  Anyone who votes for the  past will automatically vote for  more taxes, higher deficit and  more debt for the future.  R.PARK  Gibsons  Political popularity & quick fix of risk-free bombing  Last week we were musing about the lessons of  history, the unlearned and the falsely learned.  In particular we were looking at the change of  atmosphere which has come to Somalia since the  start of the year, highlighted in July by the deaths  of Western journalists at the hands of a Somalia  mob enraged by deaths caused by an American  attempt to bomb the rebel General Ahdeed.  It is a seductive tactic this high-technology  bombing. Its success in the Gulf War dazzled the  world. It certainly dazzled the American military  and political leaders and delighted the American  people.  I suggested that the roots of this tactic can be  found in the quagmire of Vietnam. So prolonged  and futile was the American agony in that misguided and brutal conflict that they resolved never to  have great numbers of their forces tied up in a land  war again if it could be avoided.  Of course, they could have drawn the conclusion that their intrusion into the affairs of Vietnam  itself was an error. They could have looked at the  thirty-year war fought by the French to keep control of their former colony which ended in  ignominy in 19S4 at Dien Bien Phu.  That war ended with Vietnam divided into  North and South Vietnam and the war between the  north and south could have been seen as an internal  musings  john burnside  matter for the Vietnamese. But it was 1964, the  Cold War was at its height and Lyndon Baines  Johnson hid come to the presidency after the  assassination of the popular John F. Kennedy.  It seems obvious in hindsight and obvious to  some at the time that Johnson was more interested  in proving himself a great and strong president  that he was in weighing carefully the moral imperatives at play in Vietnam.  In any case he committed hundreds of thousands of American troops to tbe jungles of Vietnam at great cost to the lives of the Vietnamese  and American troops and caused a great rift in the  fabric of American society.  The American could have drawn the conclusion  from die Vietnam tragedy that cavalier military  activity was ill-advised. They could have decided  that social and political problems could not be  solved by the military activities of foreign nationals. This would have been learning valid and useful  lessons from a historic mistake.  Instead, the Americans seem to have concluded  that the error was in putting American lives at  stake by deploying ground troops. They seemed to  have concluded that the error was in 'tying the  hands of the military' by not using all means possible to win, which could mean nuclear weapons.  The easy success against the Iraqis in the Gulf  War, though incomplete, transformed the false  lessons of Vietnam into military Holy Grail for the  world's last super power.  Is some petty dictator acting up? Send in the  'smart bombs' and teach him a lesson. Yes, there  may be some 'collateral damage' in the form of the  innocent dead with whom the Americans have no  quarrel, but, says the conventional wisdom of our  time, that is a small price to pay for muscle flexing  without risk to American lives.  The attempt to kill the defiant General Ahdeed  last month by bombing his headquarters failed. It  did not fail to kill some Somalis whose misfortune  it was live in the same part of the city.  A similar punitive raid against Iraq about the  same time was notable chiefly for killing a British  businessman of Iraqi extraction who was visiting  family in Baghdad.  The public likes strong action, particularly if no  sons or daughters of theirs are among the victims.  And so the politicians improve their approval rating. Maggie Thatcher won an election in the I980's  by fighting a war in the Falklands; Ronald Reagan  was steely-eyed with resolve as he whipped Granada and Panama into line; George Bush was adored  at the conclusion of the Gulf War; and now Bill  Clinton is finding how easy it is to be well-liked by  the expedient of giving his electorate some risk  free machismo to admire.  Meanwhile the Somalis are now filled with hate  for the people who went there to feed them. Even  Saddam Hussein may be growing in popularity  amongst militant Moslems.  The organ of international co-operation itself,  the United Nations, may be risking falling into  international disrepute because of its association  with what the Italians recently called 'cowboy'  policies of the United States. And always there is  the chilling memory of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,  destroyed by atomic bombs to save Allied lives.  It could be argued that we are learning nothing  of value in this barbarous century. Nowhere is that  more possible than in the bombing of peasants  from a safe distance by the world's most powerful  nation.  And all in the name of civilized values.  COAST^NEWS  S-hsatptlo-l.lm mr  nt Cottt Ntwt or Ac HfeewenMfi  Cm--.: t yaw ��� $3 5 ��� $2.45 CST -137.45  6months ��� S20* S1.40CST-S2I.40  Fbrefrn* 1 year ��� $40 (No CST)  tog. No. 4702  Tlte Sunsliine Coast News Is published on  tht Sunshine Coast, B.C every Monday by  Oeaford r~u IH.  CHMM OHM ��� S-7 Cnaace Um  Box 460, Cibsons, BC, VON IVO  |604| 886*2622, Fax (604) 886-7725  let*** OM~. ssi I Cowrie St  Boa 61 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  1604) 885-3930, Editorial 1604) 685-39*0,  Fax |604) 885-3954  Salee  Mene-ae-  PelTiIpp  Cam Pun*  Aewooonu-h-ee  deader Oartinan. Jm  .  ^ I^Sheai.SI-noneCarlyele-Sanlth  Office Manegef   Anne Thomeen  OMna Staff  Sue Connor  flsporten     Stuart BumaUe, Darah Hansen,  Jane Seyd, Derek McNaughton  Manaajer      Cathy Mad.  PiakictUn     Beverley Shipley.  An**y Jukee,  Annie MacTavisn,  Elizabeth Simpaon  [ Ytwriummm*!^  AWAMD-WINNINC  The Sunshine Coatt News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part nf it by any means is  prohibited unites permission in writing k first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  _*m Coast News, August 9, 1993  opinion  Navigating multi-cultural training  The NATO Navigation  School was a one time operation. It ran for five years in Winnipeg in the early '50s and at its  peak it had 600 students from all  the NATO countries except the  US. The US thought they knew  more about navigation than we  did and we, with the experience  of the war, had every reason to  think they were wrong.  It was, of course, an extraordinary crowd: Norwegians, Italians, French, Turks, various  Brits.  I don't think we used the  word multi-cultural in those  days, but this was multi-cultural  alright.  It started unusually I think.  We have to realize that this was  aboul the beginning of NATO.  The idea was that the North  Atlantic countries would work  together and secure the seas and  so forth, in light of what had  been going on just before in  WWII.  Navigation then was not the  way it is today, when for about  $500 you can buy a machine  and push a button and it will tell  you exactly where you are in  Timbuctu or Pernambuco or out  in the middle of the Indian  Ocean. This is more efficient  obviously and easier but it takes  all the fun out of it.  At the time of the NATO  Navigation School, navigation  was a serious matter and had to  be studied in courses that  included trigonometry, cartography, meteorology, radio and  radar, instruments and their infinite capacity to have faults and  of course, the practice of plotting yourself about the globe on  this or that projection of chart.  Navigation in this sense has  special interest in that it is part  art and part science, but may  also be very much a matter of  life or death.  The school in Winnipeg,  which was the only one of its  kind as far as I know, had the  added interest that here you had  this group of Belgians and  Danes and so forth, dressed in  their national uniforms and  marching, a good part of the  ���ime, to their particular drums.  Parades could be really quite  astonishing. It was a military  affair and you had to have  parades, right? Give the orders  Right Turn, Quick March and  the most extraordinary ballet  could be performed.  The way this had worked out  some were officers and others  In a nutshell  i ���   i  ��� r  r r r r r r  NEW RELEASE IN CANADA  ,  ENCHANTED  ��-    GARDEN 8 ���**  > GIFTS  were not. A majority of the  French while they had the needed education, were sailors,  which is to say matelots. They  had their own way of sashaying  along a street. Norwegian officers proceeded differently and  the Brits of course, had it from  the Guards.  In the classroom and in the  aircraft I think it worked out  pretty well man-o-mano. We  had DC3 aircraft and flew them  on extended exercises over  northern Manitoba, which is a  bewildering place for any navigator regardless of experience.  Considered as a classroom  for this subject, northern Manitoba can possibly not be beaten.  The weather is usually good,  cold perhaps but good, and all  that country north of there is just  a maze of rivers and lakes, pretty well perfect for challenging  students in navigation.  stuart nutter  Given ihe undoubted fascination of teaching navigation and  given the aircraft to fly them  around in, a very large part of  what seems lo stay with me  from the NATO Navigation  School is still the various cultures which got involved there.  I remember once, when I was  being officer of the day, I was  doing the tour around after  lights out when I noticed there  were people in the John with  their feet in fire buckets. Investigating I found four sleeping  Turks in a row with various navigational precis scattered about  on the floor. The one in the middle was the one who knew the  most English. The reason for the  fire buckets filled with cold  waler was to keep them awake.  I guess nobody thinks navigation is much of a problem  today, but back then it was really part of the scene.  Iidio, Revival Ai  alabuitci ponctain greek uriu,  trojan brass, bronre & melal,  k qold o\ srini |iiccious gems  mil pn si ntiitioMs lay appoiiilmi'iit Ails. S.iv   886 3107  Kl (ii of 61)9 Hwy  101 ill Mullin Rouil   Gilisams  >v, Irom Si ovicw Place)   Wi-rl Sot   1 2  7|iin, 1)86 9JI  Mlt&-$u>thrifr*yi,  letters  Reformers do  care about all  Interesting to read Frank  Fuller's long letter of July 19 in  which he exhorts us all to study  political choices carefully. In  the main his analysis of the  three old main-line parties is  easy to agree with. However, in  his evident enthusiasm for Mel  Hurtig's latest xenophobic creation, the so-called 'national  party', he is less than charitable  about the Reform Party of Canada!, lie should he assured that  reformers do indeed care about  social programs, as they care  about all the elements which  constitute our country. But  instead of social and special  interest dreaming, the Reform  Party has developed a clear program to balance majority societal desires with Ihe capacity to  pay. Published and available to  anyone, the Reform Party alone  has Ihe clearly enunciated principles and policies upon which  an informed electorate can form  judgement.  As the populace discovers  these 'objectives', as Fuller put  it, reform moves more into the  picture, not out of it. Finally,  Mr. Fuller really does have to be  a little more diligent in his  research if he believes the  Reform Party "came out of  nowhere wilh media help." I do  agree with his concluding statement that "never has there been  such a need for Canadians to  study the choices and vote with  wisdom." So good luck to the  'nationals' and Doris Fuller as  she runs for candidate. May she  take votes away from that other  socialist.  DON ATKINSON  Halfmoon Bay  Road to Vancouver  long overdue  What is to be done about the  chronic insufficiency of parking  places in Horseshoe Bay? This  horrible situation is causing  deep trouble and problems for  many. Unless drastic changes  are quickly made it will get  worse and worse and dozens of  people a month move here, plus  increased tourists. A bad situation is fast becoming absolutely  intolerable.  Surely it is time, long, past  time, overdue to revise the overland route. How long can the  ferries carry all the huge loads  anyway?  There are logging roads  throughout the entire area.  Could we not connect these up  as a rough (for now) but usable  network? Perhaps something  like thc old road to Tofino  before it was paved. Bet they  could put in a usable road in a  few weeks of effort.  Squamish (to the north) Gibsons (south) and Sechell (west)  lie in a triangle. Best route for  the main highway, would likely  be Squamish to Sechelt, with  side roads off to Wilson Creek  (back of the airport) Roberts  Creek (B&K Road) and along  the Port Mellon highway.  However, for this last route it  would be better to go around the  west side of the big mountain  and not along the ocean. This  would be a further distance but  less precipitous go round the  mountain. Beautiful drive. It  would open up so many places  to live, work, farm, eat, camp,  picnic, vacation, ride, ski, etc.  The tourists would go wild.  Every visitor I ever met who  came lo Vancouver for Ihe first  time expressed amazement and  dismay that there is no road to  the north. Well, let's get one.  It's half a century overdue but  better late than never. With the  ferry lineups, lack of parking  and general horror scene in  Horseshoe Bay, for heaven's  sake folks, let's put it in quick,  even if we have lo pay for it  ourselves with a toll road.  Please,    have    pity    on  us...leave Ihe ferry for softies,  but give us another way to go.  E. RYDER  Gibsons  SCRAPS thanks  SuperValu too  Your recent editorial support  for the efforts being made by  non-profit and private organisations to boost recycling on lhe  Sunshine Coast, is a welcome  pat on the back. (Recycling  ideas to forge a plan, July  29/93.) The forging of informal  links with other recycling  groups and with the Regional  District was the principal focus  during my two-year stint as  president of SCRAPS and I was  delighted to pass the baton to a  group of fresh minds, who  would energetically pursue the  implementation stage.  I would like however, to  round off your reference to the  private sector, and mention a  privale businessman without  whom SCRAPS might not even  have got off the ground. Blane  Hagerdorn and his SuperValu  team has been with us from day  one, supporting us in a very  meaningful way. He has met,  and continues to meet 50 per  cent of the wages of the  SCRAPS depot attendants as  well as making major contributions to the equipment inventory  and supplying the electrical  power to run that equipment.  The cooperation has served as a  model for the conclusion of successful talks with Clayton's  Heritage Market in Sechelt,  talks to which you refer in your  editorial.  SCRAPS has done its best to  maintain a pragmatic approach  to recycling with minimum1  impact on the taxpayer a top priority. It hopes to maintain that  approach.  BERNARD McGRATH  Immediate past president  SCRAPS  Twilight opening  date corrected  In the interest of accuracy, I  wish to draw to your attention  an error in your column  "remember when." In the issue  of your publication dated July  26, 1993, under the heading 25  Years ago, the item referring to  the Twilight Theatre should  Voter Tanks ���  ptk Tanks ��� Fuel Tank  Jamieson  Automotive  Distributor for  Canwest Plastic Ltd.  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Those attending their golden  anniversary tea found it a very  touching event, as both witty  and serious remarks to honour  George and Evelyn were offered  by Steve Brining, Ihe master of  ceremonies, Reverend Cal  Mclver, the pastor of their  church, Mayor Eric Small and  daughter-in-law Diane Cooper.  Friend Wynne Ling sang a  beautiful love song for them  called 'Home'.  George and Evelyn were  married in England on July 31,  1943 while both were in the  Canadian army.  Evelyn was a nursing sister  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of tbe Week  c^j-ndu i  <J\ ni.tau%ani  C-Hiariwaij 101 ^iLrioni  SS6-33SS  Lunch and dinner s|x*cial every (Jay. fevcity Wednesday night Is Prime' Rib Night. I fot'ise specialties  include veal dishes, sleaks, seafood, pasta, pizza and Thai food. Don't miss Andy's great Itruneh  IHiftet every Sunday from 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and Monday 11 am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  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Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm- 10pm. Reservations 886-  4501. 50 seats plus banquet room.  HilftMf Family RMtaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials.  Take-Out available upon request.  Licensed & air conditioned, Hours:  Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm.  Fri & Sat 11 am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood al its best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885*7285.  BREAKFASTS LUNCH  Ot Dutch PMmkMk Houm ��� Breakfast  or lunch all day from 6 am Mon-Fri  and 7 am weekends. Across from  the Sunnycrest Mall, Hwy. 101 at  Shaw Road (Cedars Inn Complex),  Gibsons. VisA it MC. 886-9090.  BiekMMy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon -8:00 pm.  Irvlnti 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  Andy'i Restaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, sleaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  li��d and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don'l miss Andy's great lunch  buffel Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwv 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  niebrook 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: 686-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 days a week.  Crttk 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 reitaunnt in Gibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include steak,  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar  salad for two and flamM desserts  are prepared at your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 ��� 2:30.  Dinner hours: 4:30 ��� 9:30. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  PtbMn ��� On Tht Botch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for break-  fist, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-230 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt it the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  Blui Hiron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required tor dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chai Phlllppt Rtitiurint at Bon-  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit I Qatfl'l Mw kl - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  o  and George in the Rcgina Rifle  Regiment. They have resided in  (iibsons since 1957."  Other times  Villages have anniversaries,  too, as a Coast News supplement published in 1979 reminded me the other day.  Seated in his stuffed alderman's chair in that year John  Burnside, in an idle moment,  must have scanned the photo  gallery of the former village  head men and drawn inspiration  there for this supplement.  In 1929 Chairman William  Winn and Commissioners Dr.  Fredrick Inglis and George  Cooper prepared for Ihe inaugural election in January 1930. In  the 50th year of incorporation  Lome Blain was mayor.  At Iheir first meeting after  election the commission chose  Miss Flora Jack, village secretary, at no pay and voted to pay  a surveyor five dollars to definitely locate and map Ihe spring  behind the Indian reserve.  The Gambler Island Fair was held this year at the General Store.  Joel Johnstone photo  gibsons minor boll final results  The BC Day weekend  belongs to Gibsons, thanks to  our minor ball allstars in both  the Peewee and Bantam divisions. The Peewees captured the  provincial championship in  Newton, while the Bantams  came home crowing aboul the  BC Provincial title they took in  Vernon. Two provincial championships is unprecedented in the  Gibsons Minor Ball Association's history.  Peewee report:  GMBA's Peewees gave fine  performances on the field in  Newton. With a strange twist,  they ended up playing for BC's  Provincial Championship with a  Windsor, Ontario team.  The Windsor Expos were a  finely tuned machine. During  the tournament they demonstrated their ability when only three  of their tournament games went  to the seven full regulation  innings. Two of these games  were against Gibsons.  In Ihe finals Gibsons Peewees managed to hold Windsor  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl A Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Bailings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf Sl��� Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street* 885-2526  Friday & Saturday, Aug 13 & 14  j3  frhlmyomlyBBQSteah  tS-8 pm, $7.00 ind G.S.T.  &  OHM SUNDAYS 12*6/ IUNCMS MON. ��� Ml. II ��� 1  Pool Tournaments, Thursdays 7 pm  General Meetings  WfMMNjiptaNaW  Crib  riaatoy-Jpm  Mjftii  Meat Draw  fiwySofwrioylpm  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886 9984  Friday & Saturday, Aug 13 & 14  fi  AZUtlOS  ��� 9rMmf,6-e pm  $7,30 hid. O.S.T* fwhii qoonWwt fcafl  ��  OPEN FOR LUNCH 1 1 AM  General Meetings  wtimm in Stfitumm  Bingo  CLOSID SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 '886 2411  Friday & Saturday, Aug 13 & 14  ��  STIVE UU  Bmmt  *Bt30-ft**plm. *  (meat)  W.G.S.T.  OMN   SUNDAYS   II   ���   ft  KITCHEN OPEN MON.-FRI. 11-6  General Meetings  IWnaayffif siSylaWMi  ass*-mw  until the third inning. A combination of Windsor's strong hitting and aggressive base running  seemed to unglue Gibsons  young players forcing several  errors out of them.  On the upside, Hurley Red-  fern pitched four strong innings  and was backed by Chris Banbury's two excellent innings of  pitching. The final score was 14  to 4, with Eli Dill being honoured with MVP of Ihe final.  Although Gibsons placed  second in the tournament, Ihey  were declared BC Provincial  Champions, by the virtue of  competing against an Ontario  leam.  Bantam report  From capturing the zone  finals to taking the Provincial  Championship the Gibsons  Minor Ball Association, Bantam  Division has been hot this summer.  On Thursday, July 2�� the  Gibsons Lions leam headed for  the hot city of Vernon for the  BC Minor Ball Association  Provincial Championships in the  Double AA division.  It began with Ian Emerson  pitching for Gibsons. The  weather was hot, Ihe players  were nervous, errors were made.  Al the end of two innings the  score was 4 to 4, including three  runs brought in by Jeff Underwood's homerun in Ihe first  inning.  Gibsons settled down and  tightened up their game.  Cloverdale would score no more  runs.  Gibsons scored one run in the  fourth inning and then when  Gibsons came to bat in Ihe  fourth, the die was cast. All  players were hitting, five runs  were scored, three homeruns  were scored. Those watching the  game found it unbelieveable lo  see so many balls flying over Ihe  field.  Cloverdale changed pitchers  for the fifth inning but it was a  wasted effort. Our guys were on  the bals and couldn't be stopped.  Willie Skytte hit - on base, Mike  Sopow hit - on base bringing  Willie home, Leon Wright hil -  on base, Ian Emerson (lied out  lo third, then Jeff Underwood  was up lo bat.  Smack, the ball sailed over  the fence to left of centre - game  over.  Gibsons scored Ihree more  runs bringing the score lo 14 to  4, a win by the 10 run rule in the  bottom of the fifth wilh one out.  What a way to end a championship game.  <     CLIP   'N'   SAVE    Z>  Constiuction Sites  Special Events  Ouldooi Picnics  Weilrlin-js. elc  MmMmimil  Also Septic  T.tiik Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064 Coast News, August 9, 1993  community  dads bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The BC Day long weekend turned into a  glorious sun-filled holiday for thousands of  people who have waited for just such weather. Beaches were packed with sunbathers as  well as swimmers, the parks with picnickers  and the aroma of barbecues filled the air.  Suddenly our weather had taken a dramatic  about-face and summer was, at last, upon us.  We took a dip in the ocean; "refreshing"  was the term used, had a cocktail on the deck  and barbecued a steak for dinner - now that's  summer living.  The weather office reported that July had  the least sunshine - 200.9 hours compared to  a normal of 307.1 - since they first began  keeping records 47 years ago. But though we  believed the rainfall for July would be a  record - not so. Il totalled 34.3 millimetres as  compared to the normal count of 36.1 millimetres. We didn't rust nor did we dissolve,  but we are enjoying the drying out process.  Fond farewell  The community bids a fond farewell to  George and Joan Newsham of Laurel Road  who leave on Aug. 14 for their new home in  Salmon Arm. Joan and her twin sister, Jean,  were the first twins bom in Gibsons in 1931  and George arrived on the Coast in 1939, so  they are both long time dwellers here. A four  and a half acre hobby farm is what they have  chosen for their next endeavour. Besides  that, George has his ham radio and CB to  keep him busy and Joan has her computer.  They would like to say goodbye to all Iheir  friends and tell you all that the coffee pot  will always be on. We wish them good luck,  good health and happiness in their new life.  Blue moon this month  This month of August sees two full  moons, the only month to do so this year.  One is commonly referred to as a blue moon,  but which one, I have been unable to find in  all my reference books. I would appreciate it  if there are any astronomers out there who-  could enlighten me. You have all heard of  the expression 'Once in a Blue Moon'?  Well, August is the time.  Abandoned pets suffer anxiety,  abuse, attacks and accidents. Your  pet deserves better, if you can no  longer keep your pet, call the  S.P.C.A. for assistance  W. apaaaa: loa tho*. larho cfwol a-aaaih leaf emrmtma  IranIh. B.C. Humane Eduoalion Socaarty. ���duo-ationaal -arm ol th. B.C.S.P.C A.  PULLSERVICE  DELI  Wide variety of meats St cheese  Custom made trays for  your summer get togethers  VARIETY  FOODS  The jWOBT little store In ___m \m_____m jjtjjjj  J  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  As I lay in bed one hot night  listening to the not-so-comforting sounds of the gravel pit in  full operation, my dull half-  dreams of gravel pit sabotage  were rudely interrupted.  It was the long weekend and  some boaters were neither concerned about disturbing others  nor with their own safety as they  roared around the inlet with no  lights bul with the deep throb of  electronic music at full blast. I  finally fell asleep dreaming  about rainy cool nights and  silence. So now I've come full  circle, first complaining about  no sun to now crying for cool  and quieter times.  Whatever the weather and the  forecasts are for beautiful days,  this week ahead is an extremely  busy one on Ihe Sunshine Coast  particularly toward the weekend. The Festival of Ihe Written  Arts begins Thursday evening at  roberts creek  Rockwood Centre and Pavilion  and runs until Sunday evening.  There are writers, dinners,  concerts, workshops and books  for sale. There are a few tickets  left for some events so stop at  the festival box office or call  885-9631 for information.  Thanks to Betty Keller and her  dedicated volunteers who have  developed this from its modest  beginnings to a major event in  the literary world of Canada.  Summer craft fair  Take in the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council's annual craft fair  at Hackett Park on Saturday and  Sunday from 10 am lo 6 pm. On  Salurday across the street from  the fair, the seniors will be holding a giant garage sale at their  centre. So watch for pedestrians  when driving around that area  this weekend.  You can register your children for a short course in print  making at the arts centre. There  will be separate workshops for  the age groups 7 to 12 years and  13 to 18 years. This takes place  Aug. 12 and 13 so register now  at 885-5412.  Fishing derby  For outdoor pleasure and  activity don't forget Ihe  Salmonid Enhancement Society  fishing derby at Lord Jim's  Resort on Saturday, Aug. 14.  The newly formed Sunshine !  Coast Bridge Club is now located at 5653 Wharf Street in  Sechelt. It has regular rubber  bridge games every Wednesday  night at 7 pm. Call for information 885-5552.  With the rest of the community I offer congratulations to  Ihe Pegasus soccer team for  their gold medal performance at  the North American Indigenous  Games. Congratulations also to  the individual performers who  gave medal performances al the  recent BC Games.  by Beverley Shipley  Is it actually happening? Are  the old Creekers being pushed  out of the Creek due to the cost  of living, land and rent?  In the 'good old days' 15 to  20 years ago, one could rent a  beachfront cabin for under $200  or a larger family house for not  much more.  And there were lots of them  available, often owned by city  folk or people from out of  province.  The For Rent section of Ihe  classified ads in the Coasl News  is testament to the horrendous  increase in rentals.  Last week's issue had an all-  lime high - family home in  Roberts Creek, no pets, non-  smokers, for a ghastly sum of  $1300 per monlh. Now who  could possibly afford that price,  while living and working on Ihe  Coast?  Certainly not an old time  Creeker who is typically working self-employed, under the  sechelt chamber news  table, struggling at a home-  based business, working for  minimum wage, or a family  with possibly one wage earner  at Port Mellon.  No, a family who can afford  $1300 per month for rent must  have two people working, and  they'll likely have to be teachers, mill workers, doctors, consultants, lawyers, or among the  rising number (250 plus) of  realtors on the Coast.  As an example of how even  these high-priced rentals are  quickly snatched up, a friend  recently told me of his amazement when applying for a  Creek rental, where 60 people  showed up to grab il.  He was one of the many  unfortunates who didn't have a  chance, even though he had  excellent references, and had  lived in the Creek for many  years.  Moving to a reasonably  priced place further up Coast  was the only answer - thus  another old time Creeker forced  out of the area.  Minor Ball champ  Stars and congratulations to  Roberts Creek all star baseball  player, Eli Dill, who took part  in last week's Provincial Championships.  In the Peewee division Eli  had two homeruns, one that  won an overtime opening game  against West Richmond. Eli was  also nominated MVP in the  final game against Windsor,  Ontario. Gibsons came home  with the BC Provincial Championships in the Peewee and also  the Bantam division.  Firehall news  Fire chief Denis Mulligan  has issued a "No Outdoor Burning" notice for the Creek,  which happens every summer  when the temperature goes up.  There are also watering restrictions in effect.  If you hear the firehall sirens,  shut off all hoses, etc..  by Ann Kershaw  A big question in the business community is  what to do about the intermittent bouts of break-  ins and vandalism.  Staff Sargeant Cam Reid stated that both  assaults and break and enters are actually down  from last year, bul there is still a very real problem. He would like to see more people get  involved with Community Watch, and suggests  that it would require at least three dozen people to  make it work. If you can volunteer to do some  patrolling, call Rick Dixon at Sechelt Hardware  885-2175.  Thanks  Thanks to Stan Dixon for the loan of an Apple  computer for use in the office. InfoCentre staff  have 86 different information sheets about the  Sunshine Coast which are constantly being updated as new information is received. Computers are  a real necessity.  Business Information Centre news  The Sunshine Coast is a hotbed of  entrepreneurs who have the courage to start home-  based businesses.  The biggest boom this summer is in the bed and  breakfast industry. The chamber has listings for  over 40 B & B's in our area. The variety offered is  incredible and ranges from private cottages to elegant suites, most include a gourmet breakfast. If  you are having lots of company this summer, drop  in and pick up your listing. It's free and your company will be delighted.  Leap  before  you  cook  Alrborn Into  Trail Bay-  seeking relief  from  Wednesday's  heat  Joel Johnstone  photo  ��  TOWN OF QIBSONS  Sprinkling Regulations  Effective Immediately  Odd numbered houses will lx- permitted sprinkling on thc  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday - from 7:00 -10:00 a.m.  ��� Monday, Wednesday - from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  Even numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - from 7:00 -10:00 a.m.  ��� Tuesday, Thursday - from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  NOTE: ONLY ONE SPRINKLER PER PROPERTY IS  PERMITTED. NO SUNDAY SPRINKLING.  ATTENTION: PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN  THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA.  W. Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Time for a Change!  Effective Thursday, August 12,  our new classified ad deadline  will be Thursdays at 5 p.m.  . . . .  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline  on Thursdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in the  "Too Late to Classify"  category until the  following issue.  W$t Corporation of tbe  JBigtrict of &ttftett  P.O. Box 129,5545 Intel Avenue, Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0 Tetephone (604) 885-1986 Fax: (604) B85-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Sprinkling Regulations  Odd numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 am  ��� Monday, Wednesday, from 7-9 pm  Even numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 am  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, from 7-9 pm  Note: only 1 Sprinkler per Properly is  Permitted  ATTENTION:  PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS  IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR  AREA  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round for  all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-October.  There is no fee for this type of Burning  Permit. Application may be made lo the Fire  Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING PERMITS  ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE PRESENT  TIME DUE TO THE CURRENT HOT  WEATHER CONDITIONS.  Schedule of  Committee Meetings  Location:  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue  Planning Committee Meeting  Tuesday, August 10th, 1993  10:00 a.m.  Public Works/Engineering  Thursday, August 12th, 1993  9:00 a.m.  Mayor's Hotline  mf  885-5360  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  monlh at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  ���m_mtkm.j^*y**k****it_mm Coast News, August 9,  1993  Wc have what you need  for fine dining at  your summer residences  halfmoon happenings  HELP THE  Thrifty's  GIBSONS  ooinitam   aae 248a or b<�� aaa  i|miinmiiiiiiiininiiiiii|  20'. 22' & 24'  Gently used models  8*16.9023  or 886-8481  ��  TOIVN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF  ROAD CLOSURE  Please be advised that School Road will be closed  to vehicular traffic due to paving on Thursday,  August 12th, 1993 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  bv Kuth Forrester, 885-2418  A little six-year-old Halfmoon Hay boy  was digging on the beach recently, doing  what most little boys do, looking lor buried  treasures. Troy Dickson was intrigued when  he dug up a plexiglass tube wilh something  rolled up inside it. When he took it home his  mom had to gently break it in order not lo  damage the contents. After carefully  unrolling Ihe piece of paper, Ihey found a  one dollar bill inside a note which was dated  July 3, 1987.  The note was written by a boy from Sweden who said he threw it overboard somewhere between Vancouver and Vancouver  Island, probably from a ferry while he was  on holiday in Canada. Thc boy's name was  Jergen Johansen, and Troy's molhei Janice  reckons lhat Ik* would have been about nine  or 10 al Ihe lime, little Troy would have  only been a couple of months old when thc  note was dropped into the ocean. The Dick-  sons have written to Jergen and are hoping  that one day they will receive a reply.  Soccer anyone?  On Wednesday evenings between 6 and 7  pm you could take part in some good exercise and fun at Halfmoon Bay school where  adults get together for some co-ed soccer. If  you would like to know more about it give  Charly a call at 88S-9379 or Mokie at 885-  4626.  Family reunion  George and Marg Carpenter spent last  weekend in Mission getting together with  aboul 40 family members for their first  reunion in many years. They came from  Toronto, Kelowna, Squamish and Vancouver. A greal time was had and knowing the  Carpenter family, the air was probably alive  with music and song throughout the  evening's celebrations.  Unfortunate accident  The many friends of Grace Rutherford  will be sorry lo hear that she has been laid  low with a broken ankle. It happened when  she was hurrying to get off a bus in Vancouver, just missed the curb and wound up with  a cast. Since Grace is a very active lady she  will not take kindly lo being unable to go to  her square dancing nor make any of her frequent visits to the Sunshine Coast for a  while. We all join in wishing her a very  speedy recovery.  Popular spot  With this spell of warm weather Trout  Lake is a busy spot with lots of people  enjoying the relatively warm water. It is a  lovely little body of water which has been  used as a swimming hole for years for big  folks and Iheir kids and dogs. It's difficult to  feel happy about this, knowing that il is the  source of one's drinking water.  Giving strokes to founders of strait marathon  NEW?  On the Coast  taby  ^^^^^^^ Bride er bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USi  Gibsons   _ Sechell for Babies  Sylvia M6-4620     Rulh MS-SM7      Midge MS-33SO  Brnie Yacub's marathon  swimming days are over. They  ended in 1967 after he swam  Georgia Strait from Nanaimo to  Sechell in 11 hours and 13 minutes. But his interest in Georgia  Strait and marathons was rekindled Ihree years ago after reading the Greenpeace document  "Dire Straits" which detailed the  assault on this inland sea from  industrial poisons, municipal  sewage, oil spills, and ocean  dumping.  "The original idea was simply for another swim, finding  some young bodies and enticing  Ihem lo try crossing the Strait,"  said Yacub from his home in  Cumberland. "I thought that we  could bring back some of Ihe  old farts like Mike Powley, the  record holder at nine hours and  23 minutes, Fran Caldwell-  Cannon, the only woman to  complete the distance (on her  fifth Iry!) and Brian McDermoll,  who swam Ihe Strait in 1979.  We could generate some media  attention for the  issues and raise ~~~~~~  some money for a  campaign to stop  Ihe pollution and  destruction."  Yacub toured   ^^^^^  Cieorgia    Strait  communities sev-     ���������������  eral times in the  spring of 1990 trying to interest  people in the marathon and  campaign.  The marathon concept grew  to include canoes, kayaks, and  sailboards. The Save Georgia  Strait Alliance was formed that  spring "to preserve, protect, and  restore the ecology of Georgia  'The original idea  was simply for  another swim'  -Unite Yacub  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  fflxz ��oast Wtwz  FitHal.1 to Ukmm I. c.  Vclaaan. 10 Waaaaabaa 32  ������a-a-tof On Otoari-af  SUNSHINE COAST FAIR  OPENS NEXT THURSDAY  The Suii.-liiiu* Coast Pall  F��ir starts neit Thursday ana  thc Fair executive are of the  opinion il looks as though it  will be i really good fair this  year.  Ci.miiifrii.il exhibits will  again be a feature and so will  Ihe exhibits by school childrc"  be other exhibits such as art  work, handicraft*, marine displays, flowers, fruits, vege*  tablet and numerous olhcf  items.  Thursday   will sec   the   of.  ficial opening at 7 pm. when  queens from the entire Sunshine  Coast   will   be    present  uf their work. There will also    to select from   among   them-  Recreation officials  asked to give report  ^^^^^^^^^^ vaccine to  CV* or prevent cancer ft "on  At way" ll expressed by Dr  Cordon Murray, eminent Tor.  oalo surgeon. He said that  though ihe medical profession  dDM not accept the theory that  cincer !��� preventable by vac.  ciMtlon. the Gardiner .Medical  Research foundation, of which  Ike le medical director, has met  wtth some success  The Village Commission al  Tuesday night's meeting *akes  for a report on the activities  of the Rescreation Committee  formed   more   than    one  ye.ir flf0 in Gibsons ares  Tbe matter waa bruughi up  by Commissioner Bsllenline  who wanted t0 know whether  the committee was supposed  to report to the Village Com-  mission and if to why had not  Final warning issued for  Sechelt trade licences  At (he Sechelt Village Com-  mission Aug. 1 meeting the  clerk wat instructed to write  final letters lo all wh0 have  sot taken out their trade licence*. Unit it they will have  ���"ie so by August 31 the  Bc��rd announces it will charge  tin m with an infraction uf the  bylaw.  The     lender of thc    i.o*rd  for  removal    of the    former  "������ii* of Montreal building was  ited by Ihe British Amor.  Oil Co, ucc-jrding    i     ���  ���eived from Mr   Kl  "*"���*  boar-*  expect*  the year 193fi upon the real  properly wiihir the village  boundaries  Captain Andrew Johnston  wrote the board advising that  the Stchtlt Volunteer Fire  Brigade was Htltfltd that the  tirihall lot njtiifutty belong-;  to the village having'been do.  niiied by the Board uf Trade,  The clerk ��a�� requested to  write the B of T thanking it  Ml behalf ,J in,* commission.  crs for ihe Gm lommunity  gplril ��hi)*-n 'ii mr | luth  worth   '  , ,0 y  the village received a report  The Recreation Committea hafl  the sponsorship of the Village  Commission when organized  by the provincial government  committee It was lefl to Com.  missioner Crowhurtt to get in  touch with officials of the  committee and at* what wat  going on.  The Village Clerk, Bob  Burns, during a discussion towards the clow of the meeting said that il was on August  1, 20 years ago that he took .  over the Job J Village clerk  He was offered mixed congrat*  ulaUons and sympathy by the  commissioners  Accounts totalling SB39 77  were ordered paid of which  (710.88 was for the water,  works department, Ii: 10 for  roads and S4 67 for the fire  department, Spesking to the  beaches 1112 1! expenditure  Commissioner Ballentine said  the work done in the clearing  tre municipal beach made the  place a credit ,o Ih community.  Building pirmits were granted Wally Peterson for a U,  'I'M* addition to his home A  W Roberisun ��� garage and  1 '-"ney   worl 'Ing  1300:  and  oom  selves a Fair Queen who will  be the one to pronounce the  ufficial opening.  Friday will be commercial  exhibits day and Saturday will  ���see ihe pet parade lad by  piper Eric Thomson ot Hop.  kins Landing, There will be a  big dance Saturday night in  the school hall to close the  event  Receiving clerks for tbe  general entries will -be: Wed,  August 19 from 1 p.m to S  P. in, Mrs. M. LePeuvn.  From 3 pm. lo I p.m.. Mrs.  N. Haley and Mrs. J. Davies  Thur*., August 10, 10 am.  for Flowers and ' Home-cook,  ing. Mrs. E, Lowe and Mrs.  J. Fiedler.  Die receptionists, Mr. A.  Andrews and Mrs. J. Wyn.  gaert will be on bead to mm  the Judges an Thunfey tope.  noon, August IS. Judging will  start after lunch.  On Saturday, Mr. H. Gaa.  perdone expects to be here  for Judging Hie poultry, and  Mr. W Hawley will judge the  canaries and budgies.  In addition tq tbe 190.00  raffle winding Its way through  the district there wifl b* a  raffle at the Pair for ��� budgie  and cage Mr, Ed Turner has  kindly donated the budgie an*  the Fair Committee will pur.  chase the cage.  Mrs   Elisabeth   Wright  and  E. A. Redman  aged 82, diet  Ernest   Arthur  Raskwan  r  who has lived ii W--* Sec-  *r the le  tter assistants have been busy  lining up the Interesting work  that will be shown in th*  weaving and handicrafts mc  tions, and with delays and  demonstrate* hy others that  part of tbe Fair should be  Worth seeing  Mr. A.R. Reeves expects to       r*"^" T'"^**-^."** "T*.T  over tbe radio Monday night  have a showing o< his beautiful    Auf. lt( it    10.18 p.m. WW  and a  nice    di��lay   is the betting he will annouiu*  Gibsons    Garden   an election*    Some Hy    yws.  Premier Bennett will speek  from    the  Club ia possible as well.  School Board appoints  principals and teachers  The School Board of Sechelt  School District haa made a  number at new appointments  to tha staffc af Ae various  acboola throughout the dlatricb  the secretary, Anne Burns report*  Tbe new   appointees    ore:  Etphlnstonc Jr. . Sr. High  Srftool. Mr.' W.S. Potter, principal. Mr. JK. McAvoy, vice.  principal; Mrs. Haul Evana,  home economics; Mr. Prands  D. Paquetle,, Mr. R.P. Bennie,  Mr. J. Warrmer and Mrs  Thebna Davies, hone economics.  Pender Hat-boar Sr. High-  Elementary Schopl: Mr. R.O.  Stuckey  Kennedy.  Egmont Elementary School*  Mrs, HE. Stretch, Division O,  Britain River School: Mr,  DM  fikehon.  Gibeona Landing Elemea.  tary: Mr. James Straehan,  Saehelt Elementary: Mia  Carol Humphries.  Davis Bay Eleflttntay: Mlm  Muriel .Sharp.  CHARGE  YOUTHS  Pour youth will ha charge*  with negivroce In connection   with the    wounding    of  James Jan.it- '*��    Van-  Crosby top  hole in oner  Ken Crosby won the ��M  first prise at the Kiwanis Hole.  in-One tourney Sunday an!  Earl BnuMtaw wp the second  prise of two steak dinners st  Danny's Dining room. The  third prise, a golf club donate*  by Meinport Golf Course was  won by AU Whiting.  Earl Bradshaw, best scorer  Friday won tbe Co**op prise  and on Saturday Reggy Cm-  nor and Ron Godfrey won th*  Langs Drugs stores and Univ.  -nsal Timber prises,  ids et   nther   prtum  hr  Totem  ::���  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watcned the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  r^.?f!L|S8Ue ��f ^ C��aSt NeWS rolled off the Presses on July 11 ��� 1945' Providing -"-depth coverage for the  OMrtshttlemorethan 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  CUAST^NEWS  Strait and its adjoining waters."  Although SGSA has managed to raise the issues and  through public education, the  level of awareness of the threat  to this inland sea,  the     problems  amount   daily.  Yacub is still involved   in   the  campaign and has  losl none of his  ^^^^^^  commitment to  ���������������    the cause.  "The threat to  all life in this region is real and  increases exponentially, with the  rapid population growth of  recent years.  We have lo act now to  change the course or wc just  won't survive. I know that this  is difficult to accept, but we  must work together to help us  through this crisis.  "The marathon is a way for  us to celebrate the beauty of this  inland sea. It is also a way to  publicly declare our commitment to the vital work of restoring this "commons" to its previous, bountiful state.  There was a time, not long  ago, that residents could walk  down to any beach and reap a  bountiful harvest from the sea  with little or no effort. Nature is  manifestly resilient. All we have  to do is learn how to do no harm  and live in harmony with all  life."  This year, the fourth annual  Save the Strait Marathon will be  held on the weekend of August  20-21.  Maralhoners will cross from  Sechelt to Nanaimo and must  register by August 6,1993.  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  HjUR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  9  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  JMABIHA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAVS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883*2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Weicome  I /- MILK NaaaaTH or GARDEN bav RD.  HWV. lOI 883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goodi Store  _    French Ptnlntuli Piece  Corner ol Sunehlne Coaet Hwy. I  French Penlneule Rd. 883*2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  Pamdaaa Hauboui, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  RESTAURANT  883 9��1��  SERVICES  ROOFING  klemilale  Tsr & Grevel, Shekel, Shingles,  Metel Roofs, Torch On, Duroid*  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  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Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  Una*. .A.   aiMHM Pender MiFbouf customers      P0O.*SfiftS  HWTItllaHWIlH pl.t.. CALL COLLECT       POP'aCPO*1!  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  Check up on those throw away things and  get them to the garage sale on Saturday,  Aug. 14 al 11 am. When you come to the  seniors picnic, on Aug. 19 at 12 noon, at  Porpoise Bay provincial park, bring a chair,  cup, plate and flatware plus one of your best  edibles.  Travelling with your mobility aid  Vancouver's sky train is one of the few  systems in the world developed from the  start to accommodate people's special needs.  Sky train stations and trains have special features designed to make the system safe,  comfortable and convenient for all passengers, including those using wheelchairs and  scooters.  Sky train attendants are on duty night and  day, patrolling the trains and stations. In  addition lo their training in emergency procedures, first aid and dealing with public  inquiries, the attendants are trained to help  passengers wilh disabilities  Seabus is the only inner harbour ferry service of its kind in North America and it is  wheelchair accessible. At Waterfront Station  in downtown Vancouver, Sea Bus connects  with sky train.  From there, a web of wheelchair accessible bus routes connect. At Lonsdale Quay in  North Vancouver, Ihe accessible bus routes  continue.  Trained Seabus attendants are always on  duty at each terminal and on board the Sea  Bus. Passengers who require special assistance to negotiate the terminal entrances or  exits or to board the Sea Bus, must be  accompanied by a personal attendant.  Inter-City Coach (buses to other towns or  cities) - when making reservations to travel  by coach, tell the reservation clerk that you  will be travelling in an EMA. Check whether  there are wheelchair accessible washrooms  on the bus und in the bus depots you will  stop at.  Bus and coach companies may transport  your EMA, depending on the size and  weight, bul Ihey will probably have to dismantle it to 111 it into the storage compartment.  Each company has its own rules and regulations regarding both this and the amount  of assistance ihey will provide you to get on  and off the bus. The reservation clerk should  be able to answer questions about this.  Next week: airline travel, ferries, cruise  ships and railways.  l___*!&l______\_Mfr\  BOSONS PARK PLAZA ���PHOI* ���mjtm ��� VANCOUVER l INE W n_.. \ ��<  MB-ino  Here We Grow Again!!  RE/MAX "top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome  Derlck Turner to its growing team of Professional Realtore  Dcrkk tomes taa RE/MAX as a sriasainctl  pniff-mltmal, having spent tlic last 20 yean  in the housing industry. As Programs  Director for lhe Canadian Homebulklers'  AssaH-iatlon of B.C., lie provided quality  education and marketing programs for  builders, real estate professionals and the  public  Derlck and Ills family made tlte Coast their  home three years ago and In joining  RE/MAX. he k��iks forward to  complementing the friendly profcssiam.il  manner of tlie RE/MAX team.  He invites you to contact lUm at the office  886.2670 or his residence 8��v8337 for all  your real estate needs.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670      Van toll free 682-7392  egmont news  by Pat Thibodeau, 883-2028  Due to an 'oops' last week's  column didn't make it to print,  so I'll recycle some news.  The Fun Program theme for  last week was our circus. Friday,  Aug. 6 was guest day with entire  families coming to participate in  the circus, obstacle course, costume parade, face painting, and  swimming at the lake. I'd like to  thank all the moms, grannies,  neighbours, friends and local  businesses who have so generously donated goodies and supplies to the fun program.  This week is science week at  Egmont. Rocks are the feature of  the week and we've all got gold  fever. What we need now is a  good stream for panning. Some  interesting experiments are  planned for the week, involving  wind, water and some spectacular chemical reactions.  Celebrations  On Saturday, July 31, Joseph  and Angela Silvey were married  at Quaihiaski Cove on Quadra  Island. Joseph is the son of  Leonard and Betty Silvey of  Egmont. Angela is the daughter  of Wayne and Karlene Walker,  formerly of this area, now also  residing at Quathiaski Cove.  Happy August birthdays to  Tina Tompkins and Chelsea  Horsl, who are both turning 19.  Also celebrating August birthdays arc twins Kathleen and  Daniel While (Ella Cummings'  grandchildren), Donna Bemtzen,  Randy Noble, Wanda Jeffries,  Norma Martin (nice to see you al  the lake again, Norma) Lloyd  Carter, Elvida McClelland,  Genevieve Paterson, Irene  Kaasa, Kay Cook, l.acee  Goyelte, Iris Sayers, Brian  Campo, Tom Silvey, Bryce Hig-  gings, Lynn Mees and Then and  Jesse Roose.  Welcome home Gunnar  Gjerdin from your visit lo St.  Mary's Hospital. Also welcome  lo Egmont were former residents  Bill and Agnes Cochran, who  sailed from Nanaimo to tie up  and visit their old friends, Phil  Muncaster and Arne Solberg of  East Egmont.  The Egmonl Lions Club will  meet on Thursday, Aug. 12 to sel  the date for their nexl famous  seafood smorgasbord.  Egmont glimpses  The sudden appearance of the  mountains trailing up Jervis Inlet  as you round the comer at Dean  Bosch's and the comforting feeling of knowing you're almosl  home.  Congratulations to Sheila and  Dougie on your very recent  engagement, Aug. 4.  If you have a news  story or see news  happening,  call 886-3950.  The Coast News...  The Coast Made dear.  We're more than just tires!  HAVE YOU CHECKED  'YOUR TIMS LATELY ?  Let MS do it for you  Call 886-2700 for an appointment!  (JNT6RF0R)  International Forest Products Limited  Proposed Five Year Development Plan  Forest Licence A19220  Narrows Inlet Operation  Jackson Operation  Helilog (Helicopter Logging) Operations  International Forest Products Limited (Inlerfor) Invites you to ,i  public viewing of the proposed Five Year Development Plan for Ihe  Narrows Inlet, Jackson, and Helilog Operations of Forest Licence  A19220.  A Five Year Development Plan consists of maps which indicate  proposed cut block boundaries and road locations, as well as  information on other resource values that may be affected by the  harvest. The Development Plan Is reviewed by relevant resource  agencies and the public before approval Is considered by the B.C.  Ministry of Forests. If approved, the plan forms the basis for  Cutting Permit Applications lhat provide the authority to  commence harvesting.  The Development Plan will be available for viewing at Ihe  following locations and times:  Interfor - Narrows Inlet Camp  August 12,1993  8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.  Inlerfor-Jackson Office  7425 Sechell Inlet Drive, Sechelt  August 10 and 11,1993  2:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt  August 13,1993 August 14,1993  5:00 p.m. ��� 9:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  A representative of Interfor will be available to discuss this plan  with you. Your comments on this plan are welcome, and should be  submitted in writing, by September IS, 1993 to:  Rick Brouwer, R.P.F.  International Forest Products Limited  RR��I, Tillicum Bay Site, C-17  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Open 8 am - IO pm every day!  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Naked  Light Tuna  184 g   El Molino  Salsa  341 ml   Calistoga flavoured  Mineral Water  285 ml   328  J68  348  ]28  268  .88  J48  4/J48  Caesar's extra spicy  Bloody Caesar 1 78  1.361  X  Paramount  Pink Salmon  2l3g   Tosco salad  Croutons  114 g   Royal City #2 size  Canned Peas  284 ml   Molson non-alcoholic  Exel Beer  355 ml   ]48  .78  .68  6/366  Nabob new flavours 8 green package  Ground Coffee 178  300 g  I  Kid's Choice strawberry or chocolate  Drink Mix  454 g   Kid's Choice  Peanut Butter  'Kg   J98  298  DAIRY  Haagen Dai all varieties  Ice Cream  500 ml   Blue Bonnet  Margarine  1.36 kg   Olympic natural, skim or  2% Yogurt  907 g   Hawaii's Own assorted  Fruit Drinks  2L   Armstrong mozzarella or  Cheddar Cheese  ikg   368  238  238  ]98  2��%off  Kid's Choice honeynut  Yummy O's Cereal  525 g   3��  Silvan  Mineral Water  LSI           .88  Sun -Rype sweetened orange luice  unsweetened  Grapefruit Juice  3x250 ml   or  118  Holtzheuser cranraspberry or  Cran Cocktail  1.361   288  Millwheat  Crackers  200 g   198  Cortina garbanzo or  Kidney Beans  540 ml   .88  Alpha sweetened  Condensed Milk  300 ml   238  Dole  Pineapple Juice  6x170 ml   198  Monarch  Sauce V Cake  255 g   .68  Safflo  Sunflower Oil  2L   398  Ball Park prepared  Mustard  750 ml   I18  Crest pump  Toothpaste  100 ml   228  Kleenex white  Facial Tissues  ISO's   .78  ABC laundry  Detergent  8L   398  Master dry  Cat Food  'kg   188  Dog's Delight assorted  Dog Food  425 g   .68  FROZEN FOODS    1  Blue Water  Fish & Chips  750 g   298  Niagara or Valu Plus  Orange Juice  341 ml   .78  Tropical Sun concentrate  Lemonades  355 ml   .58  Tropical Sun concentrate  Ice Tea  355 ml   .78  Mrs. Smith blueberry or  Cherry Pie  737 g   438  1  ...   . . ..  ^������^���m  *��� MEAT ��  Canada Grade A beet  Sirloin Tip  Steak  7 25/kg  31291b  Bone-in loin or rib end  Pork Loin  Roast  5.04/kg  2291b  Medium  Ground Beef 1891b  4.17/kg  X  Made In our store  Frozen Pork  Choppettes 199 lb  4.39/kg  X  Grimm's  Pepperoni Q691b  8.13/kg  %9  Lilydale - frozen  Chicken Cutlets      Q99ea  'I kg bag  ���9  Schneider's  All Beef Wieners     089ea  450 g  _m  Schneider's  Meat Pies 189ea  250 g  X  Schneider's  Shepherd's Pie       189ea  300 g  X  With or without garlic  Roast Beef 129  sliced, 100 g  X  With or without garlic  Ham Sausage 1 59  sliced, 100 g  X  Jalapeno or  Pizza Loaf QQ  sliced, 100 g  e\Zf%J  Cajun or  Herb Ham 159  sliced, 100 g  X  Pure beef or  Summer Sausage 7Q  sliced, 100 g  (19  J)ELI  Lu^2.V.ce.  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FLORAL  Any Item from  our Full Service  Seafood  Departmenl  Limit one pri  customer  August 9-15. 1993  Claylons Heritage  Market leisure  Coast News, August 9, 1993  11  Native tradition reverberates through Red Thunder  by Roxanne Gregory  As the full moon rose over  Sechelt, tribal drums and dances  echoed from the pavilion stage  at Rockwood Centre.  A standing room only crowd  gathered for the fundraising  event which featured the internationally renowned native theatre  group Red Thunder, and stories  and dance performed by the Bur-  rard Nation's Children of Ta Ki  Ya, directed and narrated by  Leonard George.  The evening opened with a  welcoming song by Dione Paul.  Paul dressed in traditional  regalia, with a headband and  abalone centre piece flanked by  ermine tails and a button blanket  robe with an eagle crest. She  sang with a vocal richness evoking images of long houses,  canoes and a losl       lifestyle.  Children of Ta  Ki Ya, which  means children of  the wolf, followed  Paul's performance   with   a       series of stories  narrated by Leonard George,  interspersed with dances. The  wolf dance by Justin George,  Darryl Gus and Peter was followed with the swan dance of  welcome, featuring Lissy  George, Charlene Aleck and  Lissy's small daughter. Traditional creation stories with drum  accompaniment were told and a  dance honouring Mother Earth  was well received.  Darryl Gus's performance in  Black Hawk was the highlight of  the performances by Ta Ki Ya.  Following an intermission  which featured foods as eclectic  as traditional bannock and  smoked salmon quiche, Red  Thunder exploded across the  stage in a series of electrifying  performances accompanied by a  sound track of traditional native  chants from a variety of nations.  The adapted regalia worn by  the seven-person ensemble varied widely from East Coast Mic  Mac to Oklahoman.  Humourously directed by Lee  CrowchilH, these dynamic performances included grass dances  from the timeless aboriginal  plains cultures, traditional  dances, fancy dances and contemporary adaptations.  The first dance was per-  Teaching  to the  young  at 'art  by Roxanne Gregory  Inside the Sechelt Arts Centre, intricately coloured scarves  and cloth banners are waving  above the heads of a group of  children wearing aprons and  gloves. On Ihe plastic-covered  table beneath their hands are a  variety of colourful cloth items,  twisted, tied and clamped.  Multi-coloured bottles of dye are  in every hand.  Who says tie-dyeing went out  in the 60s? As part of Ihe  "Young at Art" series of workshops offered this summer, the  art form seems as popular as  ever with these young people.  In Ihe corner of the room  there are buckets of colour; deep  purples, cool greens, contrasting  with the magenta-coloured  gloves of some of the children.  Artist Diane Corbett is busy  overseeing one of the repetitive  rinsing processes.  Using ecologically-friendly  fibre-reactive dyes, each of the  children has dyed a piece of cotton cloth and a T-shirt through  two different dyeing processes.  Although she started tie dyeing in the late '70s, it's only  been in the past couple of years  Corbett has got more serious  about experimenting with the  process. Corbett first exhibited  her work in a community show  at the aits centre this spring.  Now she's teaching young  artists the techniques.  At the end of the workshop,  two young girls compare their  colour burst T-shirts; a celebration of indigos, reds and purples.  The Young at Art program  wraps up for the summer with a  print making workshop by Doug  Bidenon Aug. 12 and 13.  A standing room  only crowd gathered/or tbe  fundraising event  formed to a background of ecological genocide narratives and  featured three warriors in  regalia. Crowchild greeted the  audience in his native Cree and  talked about the traditions  behind the grand entry dance,  which followed.  Dakota Sioux (Tsuut'ina)  Daniel Crane stole the show  with his flute solos which ranged  from traditional aboriginal to  black blues.  A grass dance evoked images  of the prairie wind as dancers  became the waving grass in this  traditional sacred ceremonial  dance. Bobby Jo Turning Robe,  performed an Oklahoman butterfly grass dance.  Interior Salish, Alex Wells  performed the Hopi Looking  into the future, or hoop dance.  ________ Well's astonishing agility in  moving and transforming 20 plus  hoops held the  audience spellbound.    Participatory  theatre was the  rule in the Rabbit and Round  dances. In the Rabbit dance,  members of the company chose  two members from the audience  to dance alongside them in a  replication of traditional movements of the rabbit. The Round  Dance involved almost 100  members of the audience in what  reminded this reviewer of the  traditional plains ghost dances.  The circle of dancers grew larger, then smaller as dancers  moved into circles within circles. The dance was a celebratory rite under a summer moon in  a theatre under the stars.  The company's poignant,  evocative salute lo natives who  fought and died in both world  wars even though they were not  considered Canadian citizens  until the 1960\s, featured performances by Wells, Crane, Woodland Cree's Denny Belarose and  Adrian LaBoucan, Blackfoot  (Sik sik a), Frances Scalplock ad  Mic Mac, Christa Louie. Louie  also flawlessly performed lhe  women's jingle dress dance.  The final impassioned dance  of the evening brought the audience to its feet in a standing ovation. The benefit performances  raised funds for the Native Cultural Theatre Arts Society's  Mixing modern and traditional First Nations dance,  Red Thunder and Children  of TaKiYa packed Rockwood  Pavilion Wednesday night.  Joel Johnstone photo  TEAMS  INVITED  to the Pitt Meadows Twin Rinks  LABOUR DAY WEEKEND  MEN'S TOURNAMENT  SEPT. 1*6  3 DIVISIONS  ��� OW Timers  ��� Recreational  ��� Beginners  4 Game Minimum  TWIN RINKS  11435 BonsonRd.  Pitt Meadows  "465-7937  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased to announce  expanded services to Madeira Park.  Appointments are now available al ihe  Gibsons Optometry Clinic and the  Madeira Park Optometry Clinic.  DR. GRi\NT WOOD  Optometrist  General Eye & vision Care  886 7?ll  Member of th*  B.C. Association  of Optometrists  Madeia Park Rd  883-2020  Camp Salish, an arts camp for  children.  Children of Ta Ki Ya will be  performing at the Native Pavilion at the PNE Aug. 22.  In addition to dance, stories  and song, Rockwood Centre featured an opening for well known  coastal artists Wednesday night.  On display in the centre were  watercolours, serigraphs and  sculptural clay works. Most  notable among the clay works  was a wall mural entitled  Synapse by Pat Forst and Shallot  II, an ancient Greek-like face  done by Gale Woodhouse.  Pat Richardson Logie's series  of watercolours in the back of  the gallery are incredibly masterful and a must to see. Traditional  seascapes and fish boats also  line the walls, contrasting with  the vivid and exciting works by  ��/ (Jre'a Guzek.  *QVorks ty Don Jarvis' G<*A6ti  Miinro, Davis Burns and Lyall  Nanson are also featured.  The show runs until the end  of August with some restrictions  due to Ihe Writers in Residence  programs.  OH NO! I  r/,  THERE'S ACOLD HEARTED  THIEF IH YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. Or in the shadows of  the basement. It's the humming, whirring, clicking, old  second refrigerator. And it's robbing you of cold cash -  an old inefficient second fridge can cost you up to  $100 a year to run.  WE'LL COME AND GET IT AND GIVE YOU $30!*  We can take the problem off your hands. We'll pick up  your old operating fridge (10 cu. ft. to 24 cu. ft. size)  free of charge, dispose of it in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool $30.  To register in the Program, call the Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hot Line toll-free 1-800-663-CASH (2274). In the  Lower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  WSSSSH  BC hydro  ���B.C.Hydro reserves lhe right lo change or cancel lhe rebaie offer ai  any time without prior notice. Coast News, August 9, 1993  r Thank You \  to our valued readers. 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Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  _    The Coast News    j  For tte finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  ghviK-call  885-6052  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  * maintenance  imaginative renovations  lyears in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES-885-6096   tin 6itnnof>i   Thank You l  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    >  LANDSCAPING  DEROOS  Why bum?  CHIPPING SERVICE    cmp m  Whole tm chipper, tree falling k  removal, brush k lol clearing  ���     BILL 885-3918      ���  Prompt Service &  Iva... ��uMr Rules  #^ FRUISTIIUm  LANDSCAPING    ITft  885-5954  Prot��--ionml daafen i  qumllty IntUtilM  itlonj  r Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses!  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News  S & G TREE SERVICE  a B******mA., Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning * Brush Chipper  M       iWfW Danger Tree Removal  lfj Bonded and Insured* 20 Yeare Enperlence  fl 885-38(7  MARINE SERVICES  kip Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS S SERVICE  "SHP SHAPE SERVICE"  Cemll Bolty, Proprietor R.R.I, Mason Road  PH:MS-527��(Bua.) Sechelt, B.C.  M��-SS10(Res.) VON3A0  * Saltwater Licence* _  . Mntel St Campsites 'Water Taxi *.  ��� Marine Rar|iaiis        ��� Ice & Tackle 883-2266 j  &,  mccaneer  ,Marina &��� Rbsort Ltd  Located in Seciel Cove 885*7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 VEARS  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K tr C Thermoglass 4  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  l.'.M;MIJ;V.  OUTBOARDS  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Tha Sunthlna  Ceait't Evinrude  COTTRELL'S r a  MAIIINf  SERVICE . J  886-3005 ..',  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H.  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING * MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL�� STAINLESS a ALUMINUM   acavan the foseit. -mini tm cohitsuc no*. wouiTatn  ON THE SimasNE COAST  HOWARD LANG            aae ��00< .���CE���L...  liilBKOBO aawiis 886-3231 M9*043iy  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  _    The Coast News    j  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  5 YEARS AGO  Scott May, age 8, from Lac  La Hache stands tall on a pair of  stills at Camp Goodtimes at the  Camp Byng site in Roberts  Creek. Held annually on the  Coast since 1984, the camp is  for children with a history of  cancer. Fifteen-year-old Roxanne Wiseman, a junior counsellor says all the volunteers have  in common "a lot of patience  and tolerance".  The Sunshine Coast Maritime Historical Society has  declined the immediate offer of  a $500 grant from the SCRD so  that the money may instead be  used to help fund Crimestoppers  as it was learned no monies  were available in the SCRD  Grants-in-aid Fund to help  Crimestoppers.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons resident Ben Lepage  completes a 5,400 mile bicycle  trip across Canada in 66 days to  raise money for Ihe United  Teenage Federation of NWT, an  organization started to help  teenagers in Yellowknife, a  communily where crime and  teenage pregnancies are a seri-  ! ous problem.  The BC Assessment Authority office in Sechell will close  because of its operating budget  being out by $1,000,000 but all  15 employees will be given the  opportunity of transferring to  jobs in other areas off the Coast.  15 YEARS AGO  John McDermott did not  break the record of nine hours  and 20 minutes for the swim  between Nanaimo and Sechelt,  but he gave a triumphant shout  as he emerged from the water at  11:20 pm on Saturday night,  after 14 hours and 20 minutes in  the water.  25 YEARS AGO  It was a great day for Pender  Harbour when the Garden Bay  whale station of the Vancouver  Public. Aquarium was opened.  The official opening Thursday  afternoon was performed by  Honourable Jack Davis, new  federal minister of fisheries and  forestry. Paul St. Pierre, MP for  Coast-Chilcolin had Ihe honour  of naming the three whales now  penned al the whaling station.  30 YEARS AGO  A memo from Wilson Creek  notes that local fishing is  improving and to substantiate  the claim Ihe memo added:  Charlie Brookman landed a 62-  pound skalc fishing off thc Wilson Creek wharf.  40 YEARS AGO  Mr. Frank Gibson, from  Gabriola Island, grandson of  George Gibson, who originally  settled here on Ihe Coast and  founded the present Gibsons  Landing, has been spending a  few days visiting here and staying at the Ridgeway Motel.  45 YEARS AGO  The Board of Governors of  the Pender Harbour Hospital  Society wish to announce that  Ihe official opening of the new  staff residence at St. Mary'*  Hospital, Pender Harbour, will  be held on August 21 at 7 pm.  MON TIME HT. FT.  0505 6 3  9    1130 11.6  MO   1620 9.6  2225 13.7  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0030  13 0840  FR   1650  2120  130  3.9  13.4  11.6  TUES TIME HT. FT.  0555 5B  10   1305 11.6  TU   1710 10.6  2255 13.4  SAT TIME HT. FT  0135 130  14   0935 3.1  SA   1720 13.9  2220 11.2  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURSTIMEIHT. FT  0645 5.3  11    1450 12.1  WE    1B25 11.4  2335 13.2  SLW VME HT, c*i  0745 4.6  12 1605 12.7  TH   2000    11.7  Tide Tables Courtesy of  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  August 10,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "West Coast Favourites"  Write in I'or recipes.  7:00pm  Community Health Care #3  If you have been following Ihe development of our new community health  can.- service, this is lhe third meeting of thc group that is developing the  system. Coasl Cable 11 would like to thank Dr. John Farrer for his  coverage of the event.  Wednesday  August 11,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "New England Dinner"  Write in for recipes.  7:00pm  LiveattheS.P.C.A.  The S.P.C.A. has several animals available I'or adoption,  7:30pm  Arts Update for August  See Tuesday 7:(X) p.m.  8:00pm  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Parade & Other Highlights  Thursday  August 12,1993  Coast Cable 11 is taking a well deserved holiday this week,  see you on August 19th.  >y South Coast Ford  CLIP & SAVE  IO BCF6RRI6S Schedule  886-2242  ��� HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  i Leave Langdale Leave Honethoe Bay  ��� 6:20 am 4:30 pm  ��� 8:30 8:30  ! 10:30 8:20 M  j 12:25 pmM 10:10*  ��� 2:3�� ������*__*__*_  ���  i  i  7:30 am 5:30 pm  9:30 M 7:25 M  11:30 9:15  1:15 pm 11:00*  3:30  ErM����,Sund��ya t  tolMttdiysMly  ���fi..  IM  EARLS COVE  Leave Earte Cove  2:20*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  M*dMOM    ���*���**������ II ���Kfl Ml  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  1:30*  5:45 am  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  Mtw-tctam  Lwwtiil'tCowa:��ni.l����wS��l��aTian1:��|*n,  H*ll      BWEfMbER  _m_t 14  Coast News, August 9, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  .Ruiz yonr~ classified ad 6 times  and pay for- only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  INVEST IN KELOWNA  International investment properties  wealth building program has  enabled over 350 clients to purchase residential, income producing properties, below martial value  wilh break even cash How. Hassle  and worry free for only $2500  down payment. Investigate today,  call Pero Plavsic at 250*4758.  ���32w  1/2 acre lot. 62 Lohn Road, oH  Redroolls. level treed. $65,000  lirm. 926-7735. ��34w  WALLACE ISLAND HIDEAWAY  Incredible low bank, south lacing  oceantront. 2 bedroom home with  moorage, very private and unique  $425,000.  SALTSPRING ISLAND  Rare 1 acre. 200 It. sunny low  bank oceanlronl. $249,000 Call  Mike at Creekhouse Realty 537-  5553. I32cn  2 bdrm. 4 yr old, easy maintenance walking distance to all  amenities, in Sechelt. 886-9979 or  886*7668. I34w  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite.  West Sechelt. excellent investment. $145.000.885*5764.     ss  Colts Rlci 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, hoise stables, pasture and  tropical Iruil trees, minutes to  beaches. $20,500. Owner 883-  2450. SSH35*  One ol Die last sewered lots avail* | or 2 bdrm. bnghl and well main-  able in Ihe town ol Sechell. 5728 tained mobile on small private lol in  Trail Ave. (lane oH Surf Circle). West Sechell. $79,900 Call Ken  $67,500.604-763*0157.    I32w Shearsmith at NRS. 885*6277.  Lot lor sale on Deerhom in Sandy  Hook subdivision. 90'xt88' Spectacular view lot, looking up Sechelt  Inlet. 885*2213 or 1-942-5098.  Leave message. ��34cn  Serviced comer lot. lower Gibsons.  Mtn i marina views. Ph: 7364730  or 731*0966. I33cn  West Sechelt, 3 yr old rancher. 3  bdrm. 2 bath, country kitchen,  large view lot. 885*2186 lv. message 885*7410. ��33cn  5 bdim house with hardwood and  slate lloois throughoul on pnvate  6 acre in Roberts Creek.  $259,000. Call 885*2253. No  agents please. ss  New mobile home sites. Ikelon  Park at Robens Creek Common-  wealtn homes. Chilliwack. BC. Call  collect 792*4678. S34w  3,300 sq. II. plus double garage,  2x6 construction. 3 yrs old, 5  bdrms., 3 balhs. 3 FP's. partial  view. Gibsons, $279,000 886-  7738. <36w  Roberls Creek. 3/4 acre Ireed lol. 2  bdrms up. in-law suite down. Positive cash How oi mortgage helper.  $195,000.886-3359.        I32w  WELCOME WOODS  Quality rancher in quiet neighbourhood, close lo school and paik. 3  bdrms, double car garage. 1450  sq. ft., .4 acre, excellent invest*  mem $169,000.865*4762, M2w  Roberts Creek. 4.5 acres ol beautilul treed secluded property with  seasonal creek. RV-1G zoned.  Pertect lor hobby larm. Asking  $125,900. Call Craig or Heather  686*2352 Agents protected. I32cn  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOOUE  SeKCowneS... Boa 121B  Secnelt. BC. VON SAO  eas-Mn fax senna  Van  loll FiMMMOIt  Lol I Mounlainview Dnve, partial  view lot. level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services Pnvale panhandle access Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534 SS  ~^Ai(ts~  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ���1-351--O90  OLIVER: Passed away Aug. 3,  1993. Eva Muriel Oliver, late ol  Gibsons, age 82 years. Predeceased by her husband Dick. Survived by one son, George (Connie)  Mitchell, ol Regina: one stepdaughter Adel (Joe) Flower, ol  Lake Cowichan: lour grandchildren; Iwo gteat-grarflctiildren; her  brother, Ed Connor, ol Gibsons:  nieces and nephews. Funeral service Sat., Aug. 7 al 1:30pm in the  chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home.  Gibsons. Reverend Slan Sears  officiating Cremation to follow.  Remembrance donations may be  made to the Cancer Sooety.l32cn  Bffi'"S Ivy Biggs, born Lane Bottom, Burnley, England on May 7,  1894; died August 1, 1993 at  Totem Lodge, Sechell, BC age 99  years. Survived by two daughters:  Grace (Erwin) Cowan, ot Surrey;  Phyllis Parr Pearson, ol Sechell;  granddaughter Linda (Steve) Warren, of Sechelt: grandson Rick  (Charlaine) Parr Pearson, ol  Sechelt; great-granddaughters  Diana and Julia Warren, and  Nicole Parr Pearson; numerous  other relatives. No service by  request. Private cremation  arrangemenls through Devlin  Funeral Home. I32cn  ATTENTION  COPY MACHINE USERS!  The Suncoast Writers' Forge copy  machine formerly located at the  Coast News otlice in Sechelt is  now in Sechell Hardware. The  same kw rales still apply.   ��32w  Sunshine Coast Transition  House.  A sale place lor women and children in crisis. Free conlidenlial 24  houi service 885*2944 tin  Bqond  mm  FLYERS  hr Ui. VOUR GKAPIIC NEEDS  "���885-0244  Cabo San Lucas Mexico, 2 la 4  bdrm. condos, 7 nights, pay lor 6.  For brochure and prices (909) 661-  6950/37 60*1475 lax.       I32cn  Costa Rica 3 bdrm. house in  Tango Mar Beach t Goll Country  Club. All amenities, $400/wk. 883-  2450. I37W  BOOTHILLRVPARK  Ready Soon! 10 more lully serviced RV sites ��� long term / short  term ��� ovemilers ��� lent campers ���  showers / laundiy / hiking trails / 5  mins. to lerry and 2 shopping centres. Book now - Top of Cemetery/  Kerth Rd. 886-9764 or 220*1526 or  8860971. tins  752 Hwy. 101.50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house. $165.000.686-9049  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil ai reasonable  rale. W.D. Excavating, 886*9764 or  edit. 11*220*152 tins  I wish lo thank my pyromaniac  crew: John Pritchard, Robin  Woolmer, Graham Webb, and  Steve Sleep lor their hard work  and abilities during Ihe setting oil  of the Sea Cavalcade lireworks  display. John Reynolds.    ��32cn  Announcements T  Appliances 19  Autos 23  Barter & Trade it  Bed and Breakfast 30  Births t  Business and Home  Services 39  Business Opportunities 38  Campers 29  Child Care 37  Commercial for Rent 32  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  For Sale 21  Found 11  Free 19  Furniture 20  Garage Sales 17  Heavy Equipment 22  Help Wanled 34  Home & Property 1  In Memoriam 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Marine 29  Mobile Homes 27  Motorcycles 29  Music 13  Obituaries w 3  Personal 9  Pets & Livestock 12  Recreation 9  Storage 39  Thank You 9  Too Late to Classify    40  Travel 14  Trucks 24  Wanled 19  Wanted to Rent 29  Weddings &  Engagements ���  WorkWanted 39  |. David Callinftham would like  tn Invite yuu tn call h> d��nis*> my  Ri*al Estate PLinninR Smici* fair  aallynurnaaats loffaT  PnifcsiHHwl IVraaanalServkr  vvurkinaa h- yiHir best intrrrah.  Call: Office 185-0505  H*ima*Hra-*M35  A very big thank you to Sussex  Realty lor sponsoring the H.R.  MacMillan Planetarium's travelling  astronomy show. I32cn  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dys*  lunctionai lamilies please call 886-  3849 or 885*4622 lor help,     nc  IMMIGRATION TO CANADA  Visitors, relatives and Iriends living  in olher countries can apply lor  immigration to Canada under the  following calegones: Independent,  Sell-employed Entrepreneur;  Investor; Business; Assisted Relative. We handle all details. Fees  Irom $2,000.  For appointment or information call  7390225  GLOBAL IMMIGRATION SERVICES 101-1537 West Bth Ave..  Vancouver, BC. ��32w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd |obs.  885*3917. tins  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  865*7883.24 hour line.        tin  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available day or evenings. Adults,  high school and elementary students. 866-8468. ��34w  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship for short film  project(s). Phone 865-2724.l34cn  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883*2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885*8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL ST( IRE 885-3*100  INF  IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt     W,  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind DocksWe Pharmacy)  886-2622  The smiling staff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily take your classified ad, because its one  of our Friendly People Places!  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake rool.  French windows. $245,900. 866-  0081,351-7866atter8pm.     ss  Gibsons large view townhouse. 2  bdrm.. 2 bath, fireplace, garage,  including rental suite, offers over  $110,000 lo owner, 886*0126.  ��33w  HOW OLD  JAN?  (Gotcha!)  QIBSONS  LANDING  721 Whtn Rd.  MX) sq. ft of office space;  offices can be leased as a  package or individually: dally  and monthly rates also  available; for more info call  Lenka at 872*0284,9O0-  4:30or94l*3036eves.  IN1RODUCWG  VHIACCOlUa KTSN4ION  ���emit em effas mm e_t_Uet-  Ml fMNtarial lenient  Pioi. taper liu'PhitKtipllnn  Wot-PnKnsiitge.ryplmg  Bookkeepilll.  AnxitrrintiSen-ke'MittlHamt-iifi  ...And More...  SPfCUUZING IN SMALL  BUSINESSES... WE CAN CUSTOMIZE  OUI HATES TO FIT YOUI BUDGET ���  ASKFOtANAFFOIfmiEfaFOIA  FIEE COfWHTATMN TODAY!  721 Winn Rd.  (���fully vtt*i<89 QsM#nt flit *9flK#J  886*3320  CLOWN SHOWS  Giggles 1 Squiggles. Songs with  her guitar, balloon animals, magic,  puppets, face painting _ morel  663-2514. ��32cn  46' 1330' ol prime low bank waterlront in Gibsons Harbour near Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be fixed up tor recreational or rental use. Properly zoned  Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double  garage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jennifer 1*689*  7070. ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SUE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very dean,  newly painted 4 renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. tt. deck, fridge 1 stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22. 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call lo  view. tins  $158,500 rancher cozy 2 bedroom,  very good condition, workshop,  carport. 12752, 112 B Ave. Surrey Countrywide Realty (Anne  588*9955). ��32cn  Drop oft your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Com News  Make Your Own  Jewellery!  BEADS A supplies  MoDy'e lame Market  M6M7S  has ntumed to ber practice  al Gibsons Dental Center  SI6-3.20 For appointments  Intuition ��� ESP woikshop, Aug. 13,  14.15. Beauty setting, Vancouver Island, $300 lodging/lood  included. 926*9600. ��32cn  Home Sludy Diploma. Save lime  and money. Over 40 programs lor  career ol the DCs. Our 30th year!  688*4913 * 24 hrs/7 days or Fax  988*6560. National College (BC).  Start Now! I32cn  BOOT HILL RV PARK  Available immediately ��� 2 view  sites with full hookups, cablevision  and phone service al sites.  $225/mo. up to X feet. Very Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 886-  9764 or 220*1526. tfns  NEW TO GIBSONS  fNorma's  Electrolysis  Studio  a I'-imanftil Is ulr tvmaaval ail  unwanlfal hair  * I itc-,1 in (iim-jutni/aaj ttarrmaaly-ai-i  la bk-n J mr* J.  * Comptimmlary 10 min.  introduction  * L'ntifml Etmrailyiinl  * Evening appoinlmnb available  * Privacy of home bawd Mialm  For appointment call 886-7756  Must b�� Moved  19N Modular Honrw  24'x 32', 2 bdrm., bay  window. Sunlek <-/w  appliarx-ee & furnishings  $34,000 OBO  888-2513  Local award-winning animator  seeks sponsorship for shon film  profact(s). Phone 885*2724.l34cn  6 DAYS* 5 NIGHTS  CHUCK WAGON, HORSE BACK  RIDING TRIP  Stalling at Medow Lake, finishing  up in Williams Lake. Two fishing  lakes. Travelling through the two  biggest cattle ranges in BC. 10  miles ol wild horse range, beautiful  scenery. 886*2205. I34w  KNOW THYSELF!  Your lite is in your hands. Palmistry  by Dometria. For queries and  appointments, 885-0261.   #32w  Stuart and Linda Overton are  pleased to announce the engagement ol Iheii daughter Kerry Lynn  to Blaine Cunlilte. son ol Ed and  Audrey Cunlilte. Wedding to lake  place in Invemere early 1994.  13201  Zodiac off Gibsons. Red S black.  Tia Shan. 865*5816.        ��32cn  Canon camera al Sargeant's Bay  beach, Mon. . Aug. 2. Please  phone 883*9699. ��32w  Lost wedding ring sz. 4 1/2 since  Aug. 1/93 al Davis Bay beach.  885*3746. ��32cn  7 It. Horizon dinghy, white hull,  blue interior, varnished oars. W.  Sechell. 865*2924. ��32w  Losl ��� Pentax auto, camera, Aug.  2, Davis Bay. 886*2642.    ��32w  Articles ol cothing lound at Ihe  'Mud Volleyball* 886-8779. H32cn  Pets  and Livestock  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Privale classes, problem solving.  Certified trainer 886*2654.136cn  Mcflacan Cockatoo with papers. 2  yrs. old, hand trained, very affectionate and loves to be held. Cage  included, $2000 OBO. 885*0618.  #34*  Toys in good condition wanled for  daycare, especially construction  toys, riding toys, play kitchen,  painling easel, outdoor play equipment. Lisa 886*2203. ��34w  Retired watchmaker needed to lix  wind-up walch. 865*0368.   M4w  Someone to make slip-covers lor  sola and chair. 886*0435. #34cn  Leftover or recycled building male-  rials. 886-8165. ��34w  Urgent Wanted - 90 year old heart  patient requies electric conveyance  (scooter) reasonable. Answer to  Box 398, c/o Coast News, Box  460. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0.��32cn  Holwheels with redlines on lires  wanted by privale collector 885-  9306. tins  Housesitter wanted Ocl. 1 -April 1.  Employed mature and reliable per*  son only need to apply Must have  rels. 686-7394. ��3w  House to rent lor young professional family, 3-4 bdrm, newer  home, 1700 sq. II. t, close to  Sechell, for Sep!. 1. Call collecl  864*0634. ��32w  N/S wriler seeks reasonably  pnced, comfortable, pnvate cabin  with a view. To start Sept 1 or Ocl  1. Exc. rels. Please call Robert  736*9360. ��32w  Wanted lo renl. Space suitable lor  small, privale lite drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Musl be reasonable. 866*2622  days. Annie. tins  Used building materials in good  cond. S buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharl Rd.,  Sechell. 685-6869. Recycle &  Save. tin  Sel ol captain chairs wilh wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak lable.  White fhdge/lreezer and slove. pair  ol French doors. 886*8836.    ss  Oars/oar locks, lile belts. Call 886-  7355 lv, mess. tins  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7464, 686-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  nc  EAGLE RIDGE  VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  lor over  10 YEARS  next lo Big Mac's Sechelt  885-5158  Horses for sale or lease. 9 yr old  standard bred $1,200.15 yr old  Arabian $1,000. Both wilh tack,  willing to give free board alter sale  or lease. Wilson Creek area.  Access to many miles ol great riding. Also baby bunnies for sale $3  ea. 865*2220 or 6854594. ��32cn  Weaner pigs S barbeque pigs for  sale. Phone 885*5466.     ��32cn  DOG CROSS  "Functional Foods"  ��� A-thrilii  ��� Alltrgit.  ��� S-��cialtiea  Tradahonol ChlTCM Mreal  formulas for dou, cati 4 honm  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  ������6-9352  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog S cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pel loods. 886-  8566. Hn  Weaner pigs, ready to go early  September. 885*5486.      I34w  P/B Pekingese X pups. $30. 685*  5564. I33w  Bass guitar and amp, $150 lirm.  886*2163. ��34cn  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his craft every Sal. behind Ihe  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St.,  Sechelt. Weather permrtting.l33cn  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Emtiotvmnl.  Fdmi.yP.irks  et All Colours of  theHaetbow -aj,  ar*-, a  ...lrKlltc)eKjl3rmen\    ?<m&%2  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Jfc  Bus. 885-2923  Mm fles. 885-5058  Piano Tuning  _m      ��� repairs  .jfc^ * appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Experienced bass player required  tor all original band. 883-2889.  ��34w  Pianos lor sale by piano tuner.  Delivered and tuned. 883-2329.  ���33w  Sofa hide-a-bed, recliner chair, like  new. 886*3876. ��33w  Round oak table, two chairs, like  new, $650.886*9851.       ��32w  Laige 2-pce. sectional cheslerlield,  $200,686*3504. ��32w  Bauhaus style sola bed, rattan  arms, excellent cond. Sacrifice  $260,885-7651. ��32cn  Used Iridge in good working condition. Reasonable please. 885-  4414. I34cn  Victorian style couch. Brown, exc.  cond. Make an otler. 885*7080.  I33cn  ALL NEW QUALITY  PINE 1 OAK FURNITURE  8 piece bdrm. set, $695:5 drawer  chest, $175; 7 drawer dresser t  minor, $375:4 poster bed Irame, 3  styles to choose from: TV armoire,  $295; all pine in a choice of 4  colours. New queen size box  spring _ mattress, $299.  OAK FURNITURE  48x72 solid table and 6 chairs,  $1000; 42x60 solid lable and 6  chairs, $925; Hutch and buffet,  $955 piece dinette sat, $595. All  oak available in light and dark. Call  anytime 964-27M. I32cn  King Lexington waterbed, heavy  solid wood. Beautilul Irame, $2000  new, king sz., $350. 886*3447  after 8pm. ��32cn  Used lurniture and misc. goods.  "Comer Closet Castaways', Molly's  Lane, Gibsons. Now open Wed.*  Sun., 11*4:30 886-8078 or 686*  4930. I33w  We make fitrnUure.  We can do tbe bard parts  If you are making  your own.  Planing, Jointing,  sawing, Joinery  TIM CLEMENT  SBS-S21S  1044 Sumount Way, Gibsons  IHaa.r.1 H*>*ai Sa. fi-a.ai  Free to good home * Terrier /  Shellie cross (female). All shots.  Loves kids, has papers. 866*8516.  ���32cn  Gold 30' stove, working. 665*7634.  ���32w  Six wheels lor 1973*1977 Honda  Civic, like new. 886*2935. I32cn  McClary Easy washing machine,  works. 865*7658. I32w  17. Garage Sale:  HUGE 20-plus families annual Mission Rd. garage sale. Sat. Aug. 7.  10am*4pm. OH Hwy 101 East ol  Davis Bay. ��32cn  Multi-lamily garage sale, Aug. 15,  10*2, lool ol Roberts Creek Rd. by  park. ��32w  Aug. 14,10*2, 678 Corlette off Nth  Fletcher. Household items including drapes, curtain rods, linen.  I32cn  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each OBO. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 885*2224,  local 60. tin  Good working condition gold Hot-  point washer/dryer, $150; white  Kenmore stove, $50.8850313.  ���32*  Kenmore washer t dryer, $100  both, harvest gold. 885*6030 att.  4:30 pm. I33w  Hiiachi spin washer, good cond.,  $150.6855070. I33w  McClary almond washer t dryer,  $500 film. 865*4828. ��33w  Washer S dryer $600. Stove $50.  886*4837. M2cn  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates. $600. B86-  7307. ss  Matching anlique style couch and  chair, $250.885*1957/885-3845.  ss  Beige sectional sofa, three pieces,  very good condition, $400; Laser  128 Appiewoiks computer w/moni*  tor and Roland printer, programs  included, $400; York stereo wilh  turntable, $50; Yamaha PSS-140  keyboard with drum pad, new  $150; like new single box spring t  mattress, $250. Call 886*3763.  134811  Black t Decker, electric lawn  mower, nearly new, $100; Olivetti  Praxis 40 typewriter, $50,865-  7478. I32w  Queen size waterbed, solid pine, 6  drawers, exc. cond., $125 OBO:  older stove, $50 OBO. 886*8836.  ��34w  Drawing board 37 1/2" X 60'.  board used approx. 2 months,  compiele w/new (never used)  'Mutch' parallel motion dialling  machine, all on a fully adjustable  stand. Price $1500.883*2723.  ��34w  Moving to apl., traditional Mueller  sola, loveseat and chair; coffee  and end tables; mirrored bedroom  hutch; Ig. chest of drawers; 2 night  tables, lamps, bed; microwave;  small clean Ireezer. Many other  items. 885*4644. (32w  Like new bike, ridden once, men's  Norco Mountaineer, black/green,  $250,885*6096. I34cn  Dark pine queen size waterbed  wilh all accessories incl. 6 blt-in  drawers t matching bedside  tables. $325.886-2960.    I33cn  Waterbed, single heater, $50; goll  set, beginners men's right comes  withS 150 bag, 11 clubs all lor $99;  baby carrier backpack Outbound,  new for $50,886*0085.     I33w  DAHLIAS GALORE!  Come and en|oy over 400 varieties  in bloom. Orders taken lor spring.  Cut flowers available. Open Tues*  Sat., 9am*6pm. top of Selma Park  Rd. Don _ Monty Shinn. 8859620.  *36w  Single bedroom suite, mattress _  boxspnng included; 3 piece leather  chesterfield suite, oddments. 885  5950. I32cn  Piermont sewing machine w/cabi*  nel and accessories, good cond.,  $150; Rockwell Beaver drill press,  $100; vinyl top melal table and  chairs, $80; work table w/drawers,  5fl.X3t1.X6in, $100,885*7725.  ���34w  Super Nintendo with 2 games.  $200; colour TV, $100; complete  aquarium, $75.8859998.  I34w  Gill's mountain bike; car top shell;  alum. 8' ladder, $75 each. 885-  7634. t34w  Firewood for sale, price vaties lo  location and order. Gel ready lor  fall and winter and save may. Also  dry seasoned maple. 866*4899  Dale. I34w  Moving to England, must sell small  electric appliances, incl. 1 yr. old  Electrolux vaccum still under warranty; elec. blanket; toaster oven,  etc. Also double wide mobile  home, 13 yis. old, must be moved  off property. 8852513      ��34w  Baby stroller for sale, exc. cond.,  $125,886*2802. I34w  Aerobic trainer (easy step) new,  $50.8853559. <32w  Cozy Comfort wood stove, $300.  8852383.  12' oak rolling ladder c/w 50' track,  $350.8852383.  Grandma's braided rug, 11 It. oval,  grey - blue, $100.6852383.H33*  _ ss, New, never worn  sz., $700 matching head pee.  w/veil, $150, shoes sz. 7 Iree  w/dress. Debbie 886-2247. I33w  Batteries Sales and Seivice. All  types lull nationwide warranty.  Besl prices on the Coast. 886-  7116. i33w   : '' '-'     ' Coast News, August 9, 1993  15  technics 10' open reel HS 1500  US custom cabinet, 45 hrs. lape.  $800 OBO, can be seen at Sound  Advice in Teredo Square. BBS-  em I33w  One swivel chair, good cond., asking $40. Phone 8658734.  ��33w  150 men's magazines, $25. 886-  SKT7. M3w  Kenmore portable dishwasher _  microwave, good cond., $100 ea.;  rocking arm chair S ottoman,  $150.8859217. ��3w  4 wicker beachcomber chairs, $20  ea.; 2 wicker bar stools, $25 ea.;  butterflied wing stuffed chair, $50;  Ikea sola bed, $65; wicker collee  table, $50.886-7955.        ��33w  Remington model 700 BDL, left-  hand, 7 mm Rem. mag. with Bush*  nell 3x9 scope. $550 OBO. 685  4890. #33w  Fresh salmon. Phone Tim 885-  4818. #33w  Awning lor Iravel trailer. 8x16, all  the hardware. Exc. cond. $500  OBO. 886*2342 or 1*220*5281.  ��33cn  MILLER WEI Df R/generalor. gas  powered, 2 cyl. Onan, 200 amp,  AC/DC 110/220, elec. start $2,100  OBO or trade. 885*4436.   ��33cn  Room divider ollice/home, oak  trim, beige Iweed. 5 ft x 5 It. $125.  886-9778. #33cn  Dyna-Chek analyzer for tune-ups.  Ignition system, amp-volt-reg. S  dwell-tach tester on wheels. Perfect lor small shop or P/T mechanic. $250.8852213. ��33cn  79 Tornado parts, loaded, tan  leather int. Garage doors, steel  7x9, $250 incl. track. Table lop  drafting table, adjustable. $30.  686-6779. ��33cn  Tore 18" mower. Used one season  $300. SkiP scroller saw $50.886-  8063. ��33cn  6 wheel all terrain vehicle, one pair  traffic lights w/conlroller, slereo  cabinet, glass top _ front. 883-  2122. ��33cn  Panasonic large size microwave  with revolving glass tray, $100.  886*9398. ��32w  Child swing set with slide; Wifa figure skates, girls size 4, ladies size  7; 4x8 pool table. 8853454. ��32w  Fisher hi-fi cabinet, speakers,  $450; slide projector and screen,  $300; Kenwood Chel lood mix,  $125; recliners; ladies bike, Ikea  shell units; HD ext. ladder; dog  and cat boxes; large parrot cage;  door polisher. 8854620.    I32w  French Provincial 5 drawer chest;  love seat bed/chest with King Koil  spring; kerosene healer; ladies  bike. 8855256. I32w  (Used) aluminum modular mags  lor Ford Ranger, $250.8856385.  ��32w  Sforkcratl crib, change table,  $150; Fisher Price swing, $35;  Graco Elite stroller, $85. Exc.  cond. 886-9799. ��32w  42 sq's of 24' fapered shakes.  8853687 after 6 pm.        ��32w  STRAWBERRIES U-PICK tl / b.  Pesticide Iree. Picking days: Wed  and Saturdays, 5873 Mason  Road. 885*3506. I35w  lOOITOWMBM  PORTAIU BAND SAW  MUSttVKIWIU.  COMITOYOURPROHRTY  TOCUTYOimOGS.  ���Ha sss-oayo  Lumber 4x4x16 and 2x4x16. Reasonable Offers. 1-977*7656 or 685  8669. I32cn  Router $40. 3/8' rev. drill $35.  Sanyo battery charger $30. Welter  soldering gun $35. Engraver $30.  Motorcycle, FM intercom $75.885  0382. I32cn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellenl condition, very  clean, newly painted 4 renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge t stove  included, washer _ dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call to  view tins  Panasonic microwave w/tumtaUe,  1.4 cull works excellent. $1 to  060.8853998. ��32cn  GOOD HAY  $5.oVBaliDellvsrad  Straw S5.0Qlbale  Garden Mutch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between 12-lpm  H59JI7  '73 VW beelle, new paint, carpet,  carb, luel pump $1,050. Toyota  parts lot sale also. 886-8309 aft. 6  pm.  Schrader l/p insert, good cond.,  $200 OBO. 886*4856.       ��3?w  1 yr old 3-1/2 hp Brig/Strat. lawn-  mower, 12' rear wheels. As new.  $200,886*2561. I32cn  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality split alder lirewood cut  lo any length. Full cord $95 plus  delivery. Pender Harbour, Sechelt,  Gibsons. 6850340. ��32cn  Scuba set, Brooks drysuit, Tusa  BCD. Sherwood Blizzard Octopus.  C-solt belt, US divers blades,  mask 8 snorkel $1,200.885*0676  IBM XT system, IBM pro-printer,  40 mega. h.d. $500.865*5166.  I32cn  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doorj/lnt.-Ead. Doors  Alum. & vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures elc.  WsA our store oral  ������������������������  5653 Wharl Rd., Sechelt  K-fcycnA Sow  MON-SAT 9 am-5 pm  84 Case backhoe 5800 extension  boom, 3 buckets, great condition.  $22,500.OBO. 1-978-4855,1*977*  7656 or 8858869. ��32cn  J.D.450B with winch w or w/o root  rake. 865*3506. S5l34w  3-drum winch T-120 Hayes 6-cyl  Chrysler. $3,800 + 15 hp Merc.  $1,000.8858869. I32cn  Cat 955 track loader $9,000.885  7727. sa  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  8652546. SS  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  cAHMrriuiBt  aee-e2.a  1044 SMmounl Way, Qlbsons  Pool table, composite, good  shape, $350.885*9659.    ��32cn  Horse-drawn larm machinery lor  lawn ornaments. Also working  small tractors. Deliver to Coast.  Ph: 403*834*2056. #32cn  Westinghouse frost free harvest  gold fridge. Excel, cond. $250.  8853603. ��32cn  CELLULAR PHONE  Motorola 8000m like new, total 4  hrs. used on line, comes with  AC/aulo fast charger, one 20-hr.  battery, cig. lighter adapter. $425.  886*7472,9*5. tin  Temp, power pole, 130 amp > 115  amp, doubles, $150 OBO. 885-  0755. #34w  Used railway ties, great lor retaining walls. 8858204. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacement niter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bion*  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,686*9665. tins  Full size camper Ing. stove heater,  $1500 OBO. 886*2108. ss  250 gal. luel oil lank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886*2826. ss  CEDAR SHAKES J LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-2136  or 8855601. tin  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  684-5240. tfn  \   \h     \    Mr   i  and save on our hottest deals!  SOUTHCOASTFORD  bas a H^fWdeat on  ���,oio  |;4P''''��*  .'*���*  4 Door Sedans,  4 Door Hatchbacks  & 4 Door Station  Wagons  ��� auto ��� PS ��� PB ��� air ��� stereo ��� tinted glass ���  ��� fold down rear seats ��� fuel injected ���  m  st?  rtitiS  J*  ot*1  $10,995  O LW PDI ,8a freight included  fXI'IRIINfl IHI OIFIERENCE OUR SIANDARD") MAKE   WE WON'T M UNDER SOLD  SOUTHCOASTFORD  W  &  ���33cn  1964 Colt, AM/FM cassette, perlect mechanically, body nice.  $1200.8857535. ss��35cn  77 Toyota Corolla U drive away,  $75,885*0624. ��34w  Good deal! 1966 Ponliac Sunburst  4 cyl., 4 dr., 5 spd., stereo, new  brakes, muffler, super mileage,  only $2000.8853251 eves. #34w  1981 Camaro, 305 C1 auto., tilt,  stereo, new paint, battery, tiros,  exhaust, brakes, absolutely beautiful, runs excellent, $2000 firm.  Serious enquiries only. 885*3251  eves. ��34w  Camaro Z26 owners'! Now selling,  complete drive train, 353, 4 bdl  main, Borgwarner, super T10  trans, GM 10 bolt. Rear w/new  posi-clutch pak. Whole system  completely rebuilt, less lhan 500  miles. Too much stud to list. Serious enquiries only $2500 lirm.  Must be seen! 8653251 eves.  ��34w  '67 Kia Besta (by Mazda) 7 pass,  wagon, exc. cond., 5 sp., AM/FM  cass., veiy roomy lamily wagon,  $8500.530-9220. I32cn  1976 5-speed, 2-door Toyota  Corolla, h/b. 8852431.     I34cn  1985 Honda Prelude, new muffler,  POWER SUN ROOF, runs well.  $5,500 OBO. 883*9402.    #33cn  1966 Hyundai 4 dr 5 spd, sun rool,  90,000 km, immaculate. $2,950.  8653691. ��33cn  '91 Voyageur, V-6, 7 pass. New  cond. 26,000 km. Stereo, cruise,  tit, auto., aia-bag. No GST. Asking  $15,500.6857757. ��33cn  1979 Mercedes Benz 2B0E, Euro  model, exc. cond. throughout. Asking $11,800.8858365.     ��33cn  '91 Lumina APB loaded. $16,500  OBO. 883*9418 or 9834392.   I33cn  '76 Mercedes 300 diesel, 4 dr,  auto., PW, PS, PB, sunrool, low  kms. Good cond. $5,500 OBO.  6856346. >33cn  '85 LTD, 4 dr, great shape inside -  out. 2nd owner. Local car. $3,000  OBO. 8853360 by 9 pm.   ��3cn  1983 Datsun 280SX, Calilomia  Import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-rool, tinted glass, gold 1  black, exc. cond., $4300. 886-  0576. ss  1978 blue Plymouth Horizon, no  rust. $350 OBO. Call anytime,  8853907. I32w  1981 Ford LTD wagon. 2nd owner,  excellent running condilion. $600  OBO. 8850514. I32w  1982 Volvo s/w, 4 cyl. with o/d,  trailer hitch, clean and well maintained. $4,450 OBO. 8853790.  ��32w  1981 Datsun 210 station wagon,  runs well, $450 OBO. 8853552.  ���32w  1985 Honda Prelude, new muffler,  runs well. $5,500 OBO. B83-9402.  ��32w  '86 Nissan Sentra, 4 dr, h/b, 5*  speed, exc. cond. $3,700 OBO.  666-9613. I32w  '61 Honda Civic lor parts, $100  OBO. 886*4656. ��32w  '63 Turismo, rebuilt engine, great  gas mileage, $850.8852547.  ��34w  '90 Chev Celebrity Erosport  wagon. Loaded, V6, air, cruise, lilt,  PW/PDL, 32,000 kms, $12,000  OBO or trade for supercab P/U.  8853231. I34w  1990 Chevrolet Cavalier, 2 dr,  standard trans. $5,200 OBO. 866-  4946 after 5pm. ��32cn  '88 Sprint, 2 dr, white. Runs greal.  $2,800 OBO. 6852031 days, ss  1985 Dodge Omni, great on gas,  ���good shape. $1,900 OBO. 883-  9590. ��32cn  1986 Ponliac 6000. 4 dr, 4 cyl.  Fuel injected, low mileage, good  cond. $2,900 060.6854604.  ��32cn  1966 onda Prelude SE, 50,000  kms., exceptional cond., $10,000  OBO. 883*2850. ��32w  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 OBO.  8857854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  1984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, suniool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable t strong $5,100. Call Joel  8855166 tins  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 OBO. 885-  3917. ths  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  ss  1969 Ford Festive 2 dr hatchback.  Cassette, low miles.  $3,995.885-3281. DLI5936  75 Lincoln Continental, runs wet,  any reasonable Oder considered.  8857718 ��33w  76 Volvo 245 DL wagon, running  cond., $500 OBO. 886*4557.#33w  '74 Volkswagen Westlalia, new  shocks brakes, engine exc. cond.,  needs franny work, $1000 OBO.  6858490. ��33w  1993 Ford Escort LX 5dr hatchback, automatic, air conditioned.  $Ui��0i $11,995. 885*3281.  DLH5936  1974 Otdsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 8651943. SS  1968 Fold Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  8857520 or 8852111. IS  66 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond., $3995. 688-7150 or  8856213. ss  79 3/4 F-250 Ford and 8.6 tt.  camper, good condition, $3800  OBO. 883*9113. 13201  I960 3/4 Ion GMC 4X4, 350 standard, mechanically sound, $2500  OBO. 886*4899. I34w  1960 Chev van, 305, insl. panel,  $950. Jay 883*9156.       I34cn  1M6 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chairs, sofa bed.  Loaded. Only 77,000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000.686*2342  or cent!-220-5261. ss  1973 GMC camper special, runs  good. Ph. alter 5 pm 8853876.  #3301  '85 Nissan H/D long box P/U. 5  spd. Locking canopy, AM/FM  cass. 50,000 kms. One owner, PB,  PS, till, good tires - ideal lor  tradesman. No GST. Asking  $4,000. 686*7757. Economical  camper avail, tolit. ��33cn  1980 Ford F350 Tradesman van.  V-6, auto. Runs great. $1,000  OBO. 686-9127 (eves).    ��33cn  1977 Datsun long box, exc. cond,  needs a good home, $695 OBO,  or trade lor small sailboat. 685-  0787. M3w  '64 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4800 OBO. 868*7646  ss  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr., 4X4 and extras,  25,000 kms. Dave 8653878.  SSS34  'Wrecking '83 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 863-9590 eves.  I35cn  1976 Ford F-250, 360 Ci, auto.,  PS, PB, great tor hauling wood.  $300.8858546 alter 6pm or 865  8755 Derek. tins  '91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyl., 5  sp., 63,000 kms, new bres, $7395.  8859500. SSI35W  74 Dodge van, runs good, slightly  camperized, $600 OBO. Arthur  8659859. I34w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  8657518. IS  1978 Bronco, nsw paint, rebuilt  motor, rssr snd, new gss tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brikss. $5,400 OBO. 686-  7013. ss  1986 Ford F2S0 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 685-  1949. SS  1967 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, aulo., till, Sony  steieo, open to reasonable offers.  8857800. SS  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 In exc.  cond. 8857774 or 8653027.  SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tsnk, $1000. 666*3005 8am*  5pm. tin  '69 3 Ion Chev. flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new Ironl tires, needs  inspection. $3250.866*3001.  SS  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  6856204. SS  92 Dodge Dakota ext. cab. spoil.  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  Magnum V6,5 spd. White. 18,000  M.-195   km. $14,000OBO. 8852478.  1991 GMC Tracker 4x4, red  ���_ __  ..... , ������ ���,��� ,������ ���������,  w/whlte top.30,000 original miles. Magnum V6,5 spd. White. 18,000 auto, $6500.8656301 ss  885*3281   $4Jnm:    *���"><>* ���          DW5936   #33cn  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean inside s oul, $10,000 OBO.  8657205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, aulo., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 OBO. 8653823. SS  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 aulo.,  good running cond., $475. 886-  9372. SS  1989 Ford Taurus. Air, power  windows, power locks, automatic,  V6. 1 owner. 110.886 $6,995.  885-3281. DLH5936  1988 Ford Bronco II 4x4. V6.  aulomalic. cassette $9995 865  3281 DLK5936  1979 MGB, no rust, new engine,  top . exhaust, low milage. $4,000.  8859299. ��2cn  !^:;��SJA.,    t-f*  "* M,  l   \  1987 Crown Victoria LTD. Loaded  $6,995.685*3281. DLI5936  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr.. 6 cyl., air  cond.. exc. cond.. low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 883*2512. SS  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  8857167 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans. exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 8853648 ss  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 8857378 ss  1973 Super Beelle. $2500 OBO.  8659234. ss  1965 CJ5, runs well, 4x4, good lor  hunting, $1600 OBO. 886*9792.  I32w  1985 Bronco 4x4, $5300. Phone  686-9014. I32w  1990 Jeep YJ Islander, soft top 4  bikini. 5 sp., 6 cyl. Only 39,000  km. Yellow. $11,995. 886*3249  after 7 pm. I32cn  1981 GMC, 5 Ion dump, gov't  inspected, good cond. $7,500  OBO. 685*4804. 13201  1962 4x4 Dodge D50, 2.6 I  engine, 135,000 kms. Canopy.  $1,100.8850128 atterepm.  ��32cn  79 3/4 F250 Ford and 8.6 It.  camper, good cond., $3800 OBO.  883-9113. ��33w  1977 Dodge 1/2 ton, propane  power, box liner, canopy, $750  OBO. 883*9770. I34w  1963 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic, $2600.6855623 aft. 6.  SS#35w  '91 YJ Jeep, first owner, original  stereo, hardtop, 4 cylinder, black,  $12,350 or bast offer. 9654993.  I32cn  1969 Ford XLT Lariat Supercab, 4  whl. dr., 314 ton, air cond., cruise  control, 50,000 kms., $17,500.  6855002. ��34w  1985 Ford 1 ton 460, propane,  factory built car carrier, 20 ft. deck.  8850903. ��33w  1984 F150 4X4,400 cu in. straight  6. $4000.8858856. #33w  Awning for travel trailer 8x16. All  Ihe hardware. Exc. cond. $500  OBO. 8852342 or 1*220*5261.  ���3301  14 It. trailer, stove, toilet, sink,  good cond., $900.6859996.I34W  78 Terry 25' sleeps 6, factory double Ins. power pac, 4 pc. balh,  compl. contained. Immac. condition, less than 1,000 road miles, :  $7800 OBO. 866*3910. Can be  viewed al Uptown Motel, Gibsons. ,  I34w  VANTASTIC DEAL! 1990 Dodge  Ram, 6 pass., window van. Exc.  cond., ideal lor the baseball or  hockey team. Must sell, offers or  takeover remainder of lease OAC.  6857623. ��33w  6 ft. overhead camper, 3-way  fridge, furnace, $600 OBO. 885  8974. I32w  1976 LaSalle Travel Trailer, 26 It,  Iridge, stove, air cond., oil lurnace.  $2,900.885*9306. tins  '17 It Bg Foot trailer, 7.5 It, small  P.V, camper. 8850007.    ��320i  For rent: 13 It Boler travel trailer,  $200 weekly plus $250 d/d. 685  5307. ��33w  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 8859025. ss  P/U Camper, $600.685*3137. tfn  1984 8 ft. Okanagan camper lor  import, lully equipped, mint condition, $4250.886*3885.      ��34w  Frontier camper 8 1/2 It., stove,  Iridge, lurnace. good cond.,  $2200.865-5002. I34w  79 Horizon, 4 dr., std., new dutch,  fires. Recent front end wk��� clean,  needs painl, $700 OBO. 886*  2620. SSI34  '86 Nissan multi. AM/FM. cass..  summer I winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond.. $7000 OBO. 8850980  eves. ss  1982 Mazda RX7. good cond..  new clutch, brakes. $3100. 886-  8032. ss  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350. shift kit. 323 posi. 4  whl disc, power everything. $2,950  885*6097. ss  1990 Ford Aerostar. All wheel  drive, 7 passenger, lully loaded.  885*3261. DLS5936  64 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp..  new lires. Runs good. $1,900  OBO. 8854054. ss  81 VW Jena 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $35X060.8657969. ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950080.8653484. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  dutch to make mobile, engine in  veiy good cond., exc. for pans,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  8852622. tins  vrhon you  pay for 2 insertions  All classifieds musl be  prepaid before Insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either lhe Monday ot Weekender  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 cents  for each additional word.  Free: lost, Found & Free  Suro Soil Classifieds  $17 up to 10 words  $ I each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weelcs  'fieri will be cancelled unless you instruct us lo renew il  by classified deadline ��� Not omlhbl. to, commeiclol adyausets  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Idltion W����k��ssd��r  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886*2622 Sechelt 885-3930  ���M  ���*****M^**^^^^^MiHi^M^^Mil^^  -*��� "��� -������ '  sj>;.va sa*. ���iw��,i. ��.���,  ....        -'.'.N.ft.^Jki*..*--.. **  .-. .,. ��� ���.. .1. ;., ;  �� im, |-"ff^un*tn v Coast News, August 9,  1993  1986 GMC 2500 and lully equip. 21' x 8'4* deep-v libreglass hull,  camper, both in very good cond.. Lapstrake design. $2700. 885-  $7900. wi split. 8852942. >34w     1935. ��32cn  New 131/2 It. Glasply runabout on  trailer, titled tarp, upholstered  seats. 8857687. ��33*  12 It. aluminum boal, boat trailer.  7.9 ftp molor. $1400 OBO. Eves.  8658302. ��34cn  33 It. diesel cruiser, live-aboard,  excellent condition, $16.000.133*  20' Houston  Glasscraft  Hardtop  V6 OMC 800 Drive  F.W.C. Good condition  $9500.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  Near new 12 ft. Starcralt aluminum   ,4 tt i/g sailboal. 2 sails and Sabot  boat and dder trailer, $850 OBO.   mast and sail. 865*7076.  885*6365      ��34w j**-^  20 hp Suzuki outboard molor,  Longshalt, $1000 or trade lor outboard under 10 hp, Longshalt.  885*3417. ��34cn  DAY SAIL0RS1  FAMILY ADVENTURERS  18' Davidson sailboat, line condition, freshly painted bottom, white  w/biue, 6 hp outboard, sale, easy  sail from cockpit, boat tor small  investment, $3.295.8854797.  ��34cn  1992106* Nissan mllalable. aluminum lloor, 8 HP Nissan molor.  lileiackels, running lights, galvanized nailer, beach wheels, wheel  separate. $2500.8853885.134w  23 tt. Star Classic sailboat, totally  restored and lilled. Red 1 yellow  cedar on oak Irames. 3 sails, new  pon-a-po.il. stove - sink, alum,  mast, stainless rigging. 8 HP  Yamaha, anchor gear etc. Must be  seen. $9995 OBO. 883*2248.��34w  16 tt. Siiverlme w/50 HP Merc,  ready lo go lishing, $3000 OBO.  683-2174 alt. 6pm. I34w  16 It. Frontiersman libreglass  canoe, $400.8859346.     ��34w  33 It. Classic cruiser, new diesel.  hot t cdd water, sleeps lour, live-  a*board. 874*2213. ��34w  14 It aluminum pontoon boal  w/motor t controls. $1,500. 983-  2122. ��3cn  Jet Sky trailer 1991 Highliner tandem. Galvanized. $500. 8864616  alt. 7 pm. I33cn  1956 Classic Monk McQueen. 34  ft. cabin cruiser. Sleeps 6, lully sell  contained, reasonable $12,500 or  moie. On Sunshine Coast. 1-540-  9530. ��3bi  20 hp Johnson $675. Brass propeller 23 RH 25 $150.8852213  I33cn  10 It. aluminum boat, good cond..  oars ind.. $450 OBO. 8854063.  432*  Handyman's special ��� 15 1/2 tt.  K1C runabout. $400, no molor.  886*2736. ��34w  20 It. Double Eagle 302 Waukesha. FWC. Volvo leg. VHF, CB,  compass, sounder. $10,500. Cabin  13, Egmont Manna. ��34w  12 II. Springbok with oars; 6 HP  Evinrude wilh lank. $700. 883-  2623. ��32w  16 It. Marlin Bownder 60 HP  Manner, 6 HP aux. w/lrailer. lull  canvas winter tarp, lish Under,  down rigger. 8857917.      I33w  17 H. Hourston Glasscraft w/90 HP  Johnston and trailer, new soil top,  steering and control cables. $2800  OBO. 885*4890 ��33w  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, car  boat etc.  Call collect  597*3322 ft,  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adull community  Rents from $235/mo.  For info, call  597*3322  ftn  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond..  $6000 8857484. ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000.8854746. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  oilers. 8858622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 8859512. ss  '69 Suzuki 5C0E. Light, excellent  handling spoil bike, immac. cond.,  low kms. New comp. tres, $2500.  885-7395. I33w  Laser located in Secret Cove. Sails  and hull in excellenl condilion 1-  985-6606. ��33w  1966 21 ft Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin. 6 cyl Mercruiser, 1/0  hrs on boal. lully equipped lor fish-  mg. Over $30,000 new. asking  $15.500.685*2503. ss  ttCMlt MM1U  HIKTS 1TB.  captain llll mm.  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  M.A.B.Y.C   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  ffflffl  1975 18.JII Double-Eagle H.T.  repowered 1966, new 140 hp  Volvo 1.0. Approx 150 ha $5,000  spent in '93 refurbishing 1 survey.  $8,675. Trade OK. 8654031.  13301  41 ft houseboat, light, heat, hot  water, shower, stove, fridge, etc.  $19,000060.8659014.   !32w  16 ft fibreglass runabout. 85 hp  motor, trailer, excellenl condition,  $2100.863*2990 mornings,    ss  20' Sangster Cuddy Cabin, tull  canvas, Iridge, stove, head, 302  Merc power and leg. $5200. 865  3036. I32w  15 II. Starcralt libreglass boat.  Road Runner Trailer. 40 h.p. Merc  outboard. Good shape, except outboard. $2000.866*3936.    132*  Sailboat hull, 20' Flicka type, ballasted. $1,500 060.8857400.  ��32cn  Dantoith anchor, LS dog lines, dry  stack exhaust system Folding boal  seats, 2*1/2 hp salvage pump,  VHF t CB radios. Lileiackels. ski  rope, marine hardware, elc. 886*  2531. ��32cn  Windsurler Hy Fly Nova $600  OBO. 6853623. ss  16 tt sailboat. Larson, dble l/glass  hull, twin dagger boards, twin  tillers, alum, mast, two sails, trailer,  adj. o/b bracket. Good cond. First  $1,200 takes it 88534/3 or 944-  1123. ��32cn  8 fl. Sabot style wood rowboal.  Exc. cond., $250.685-9230.��33w  17 It 4 in. Kellahan lishing  machine, welded aluminum, cnlr.  console. 60 hp Merc. Road Runner  trlr., VHF, sounder. $11,500. 886-  6462. ��32cn  Older 10 fl Camper Trailer, alum,  etc. $600 OBO. 686-7400 I32cn  19 It. Campion HT, 115 Merc. 06,  head, sounder, bail tank, radio,  etc. Road Runner trailer,  $9500.865-2157 K33*  21 ft. f/g sailboat. Mercury oulboaid, head, sink, sleeps 4. A nice  tidy weekender. $4000.883*2015.  ���33*  14 ft. FG sailboal and trailer, 3  sails, litejacket, boat cover, $500.  863*2075. 133*  26 It. Unity fibreglass. new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots of extras. George  8858139. ss  12 It. tri-hufl fibreglass boat, compiele with 10 HP, $650.8853699.  ���34*  10x56 W/Bxl2 addition, 2 bdrms.  Airtight wood stove, small air conditioner, newly painted, 4 appl,  older deep Ireeze t storage shed,  localed in Madeira Park nr. shopping centre 1 school. Pad renl  $200 Asking $13,000. 883*9062.  ���33cn  1978 14x70 mobile home at  S CM.H.P.. 3 bdrm, w/d incl. asking $27,500 OBO. Home: 886-  8458 work: 8857124.        ��33w  For sale by owner 14x70 It mobile  home located in beautilul Big  Maple Trailer Park. Contains 2 lge  bdrms. 2 lull balhs, pantry, new  carpon. S. F. W, D. Bnght space $  very dean. $45,000. To view, call  885-5929. ��33cn  7714x68, slove, Indge, W/D, musl  be moved. $23.500.8857013. ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnghl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very dean,  newly painted S renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. II. deck. Iridge t, stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22, 1416  North Road. Gibsons. Pad rent  $195 886*6095. $39,900. Call to  view. tins  ���~     ... .,���    .   ��� ~     ,   3 bdrm., fridge, stove, pad renl  Bayliner 24 W*     $200.$13,000 885-4666.   S34w  hrs.. ne* upholstery, UHF CB, 2  deplh sounders. $12,900. 686-  7255. ss  17 Double  Eagle  125 Volvo F.W.C. 290  with power trim & tilt.  Very clean, new trailer  $9650.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  885-4141  Landscape! seeks 2 or 3 bedroom  home. Robeils Creek / Gibsons.  885-5834 after 6. ��34cn  Recently retired teacher needs  roomy basement suite in Lower  Gibsons area. Must be near bus  roule and shopping. Will sign  lease, availability date flexible 1-  988-2748 colled or 886-8366.  ���34*  Reliable working lamily need 4  bdrm house ASAP, near Sechell,  n/s 8854779 or 8852386.132w  Writer wants quiet, very private  cabin or small house Sepl. t Oct.,  longer il rent is low. Furn. or  uniurn., nothing fancy, anywhere  on Coast. 689*5672. I33w  Single, employed male, smoker, no  pels, wilh refs. seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably lumished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gibsons suile OK too. Reply to Box  393. c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.        tins  Wanled lo rent. Space suitable for  small, private lite drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Musl be reasonable. 886-  9665.Anme. Km  Seeking renlal or lease-to-purchase, large home on acreage  from Gibsons-Secret Cove area.  941-9960. ��33w  Maiure student needs quiet  shared/ independent suite. NS/NP,  near college. Lisa 886*9329 or  9264976. ��34w  2 bdrm condo Seciel Cove. Avail.  Sept. 1, $650/mo. 8B58831.I34W  Lower Gibsons ��� one person lo  share bright, dean, 3 bdrm. view  home with two other amicable persons. N/S, no pets, $350 ��� utils.  866*7266. (34w  Granthams Landing, 2 bdrm.  waterlront cottage, lumished, elec.  heat, avail. Sept. 15 to June 30.  $600/1110.931 -7854 lv. mess.l34w  1 bdrm. view basemenl suile in  Granthams Landing. $450. Russ  886*0246. ��34w  Avail, immed., bacheloi suile,  newly renovated, has separate  patio, inds. cable, heal and laundry privileges. Walking distance lo  all amenities. $350. Call to view  886-0004 or 964-9591 ask lor  Daria. ��34w  Oceanside ocean view 2 bdrm.  apt. Davis Bay. $600/mo. * utils.  Avail, immed. 885*5918 or 792*  8731 alt 6 pm. ��34w  Upper Gibsons, two 1 bdim. suites.  866*3107. ��34w  18 It. Davidson sailboal. 4 sails, fin  keel. 7.5 Honda, $3000 866*9224  18 fl. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer. $3800.883*2297.        ss  24 It.  Cabin  Cruiser,   new  Merc molor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.883*9253.  ss  Coronado 15. trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboal $1600. 886-  3490,1 -977*7349 toll-tree pager.  ss  Hobie Cal 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boal, $1700. 886*3490, 1*977*  7349 loll-lree pager. ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885*5276.  tfn  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-4550-70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Reson. 883*2456.      tin  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust marv*  told. $3500.886-3457. ss  750 Virago, $1800 OBO, 886  2964. ��34cn  1978 50 cc Cimalti scooter, clean,  $100 as is. Arthur 8859859.I34W  HUNTERS: 1990 Honda 350 4  Trax. low hours. Home built tow  behind carl, $4500.886*9047.  I34cn  1986 Honda 4 tracs 125. Like new.  2 wheel drive. Reverse. $2,100.  886*9770. ��33cn  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.8854616 41.7 pm.    ss  1982 Yamaha V-twin 750 exlras.  excellent shape, 15,000 kms.  $1800.6855405. SS��32w  1986 CR60, $450OBO; 1983  Maxim 650, $800 OBO. 8852322.  SSH34  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor pans $600 takes all.  886*7722 leave message,    tins  '81 HARLEY. Totally redone. A  MUST SEE. $10,000 OBO. Serious enquiries only. 886*0307. ss  TO SHARE / SUBLET. Constant  traveller wishes to share 1 bdrm  lurnished apartment next to West  Van Library. Fantastic view. Ferry  bus stops at back door. Messages  I34cn  Gibsons, avail, immediately 3  bdrm., view, large bright kilchen,  covered sundeck, large rec room  downstairs. Close to nice beach, 5  min. to Cedar Grove school.  $900/mo. long term prelerred, NS,  rels. req. 666*3575. ��34*  1 bdim. basement suite in newer  house in Bonniebrook. Short walk  to beach, avail. Sept. 1, $500 inds.  utils. 886*3575. I34w  3 bdrm. lumished Roberts Creek,  10 month lease, $1200.  4 bdrm. older waterfront Selma  Park. 1 year lease, $750.  3 bdrm. waleilront furnished West  Sechelt, Sept. 1510 Apr. 30, $700.  Sussex Realty Property Mgt Dave  Austin 6853295. M2cn  2 bdrm. condo Secret Cove, Avail,  immed., $700/mo. 8856631 ,#34w  a BCYCNA  WTisaa  CaXuaasi*  ANO YUKON  COMMUMTV  NEWSPAPERS  ASGOCaAno*.  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  To place an ad In this paper, call 666-2622  320  $225  foe 25  words  $4 00 each additional avord  AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. foi  cars and trucks. Complete  rebuild! with ne* parts 6Y��  120.000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down-Payments later. 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TRAVEL  "A OETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekendt * Holidays stay with "Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals". Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi 4 Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE 1-800-S67-  SS29.  WANTED  POETS NEEDED: Sand any  non*publi��had poatiy to licenced, rogictofod publication company forfrea revlaw.  Zebra Publication* Co., Box  1324, Lothbrldgc, AB, TM  ONO.  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  New 2 level townhouse, Ebbtide  St., Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1. 2  bdtm., 2 1/2 bath, FP, single  garage, NS/NP, SBOO/mo. 865-  4421. ��34*  68' trailer, 2 bdrm., 2 balh, adull  park, N/P, $700/mo. Call alt. 7 pm  885*9715. I34w  2 level home in Sechell village, 3  bdrm., 3 balh, D/W, W/D, private  backyard, Sept. 1.885-3630.��34w  2 bdrm. cottage Robens Creek,  quiet location, N/S prel., $550/mo.  ���34*  Large 3 bdrm. duplex in Gibsons  avail. Sept. 1, close to schools,  shopping, 2 1/2 baths, 6 appis., no  pets, rels. req. $800/mo. 885-  9540. #34*  Waiertront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay,  Iridge, stove, elec. heat, laundiy,  N/S, avail. Sept. 1.$400/mo. +  damage deposit. 883*9446.134w  New 1 bdrm. view suite, single  male/lemale, ulils. incl., avail. Sepl.  1, $650.8864606 or 886*0048.  ���34*  Hopkins Ldg. executive waterfront  house, 3 bdrms., 2 balhs, avail.  Sept. 1, N/S, no pets, rels. 8S6-"  $918. ���"*" "l34w  2 bdrm house, Hopkins Landing,  Sept.-June, $600/mo. Refs. req'd.  686*0638. I34cn  Upper Gibsons, modem 3 bdrm  townhouse, 11/2 baths, garage, 3  appl., fireplace. Convenient to all  amenities. N/P. $750/mo. 666-  0979. ��34cn  2 bdrm, good area, for Sept. 1,  $525,896-7400. ��34cn  2 bdrm waterfront home, n/s, n/p,  $700. Avail. Sept. to June. Rels  req'd. 686*0422. ��34cn  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500,886*7018. tfn  Dsvls Bay, large 1 bdrm suile.  Avail, immed. $475/mo. 865*4862.  13401  New 3 bdrm. 4 appl. Seek long  term lamily with good lets.,  $6904110.885*5092,1*2284343.  ���34w  1 bdrm. suite, lower Gibsons, great  view, close to all amenities, avail.  Sept. 1,$5007mo. Call 886-7630.  134*  Avail. Sept. 1,3 bdrm., 2 bath, 3  yr. old home, $675; 2 bdrm., 2 both  almost new townhse., $800. Both  ind. 4 appl. Gibsons. 686*8206.  ���33*  Central Gibsons, 1200 sq. fl.,  $450.1-248*3776. tin  2 bdrm. waterfront collage lurnished, electric heal, large deck,  $550/mo. 885*0523, ��33w  Bright new one bedroom avail,  immed. $500 neg. 6908448.  ���33cn  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio 1  skylight. Utilities not kid. $550/mth.  886*7016. tin  WATERFRONT QIBSONS  New 1 bdim _ 2 bdrm, lumished  houses, avail, immediately. $700 >  $650.1*737*2136 or 8964516.  ���33cn  3tx.mw/atfUaJy,2t>lcckstolerry.5  appl's, large deck w/view. F.P. gardener. Nsw carpet & psint etc.  $650. 666-9272 or page 1-976*  1164. 43301  5 bdim home in W. Sechelt on 3  seres w/possible nsnny suile.  Available Sepl 18-Oct 1. $1,000  per mo. plus utilities. Refs req.  865*2213 ��33cn  Distinctive top quality townhome,  great Sechelt location. Brand nsw,  sptdous, - bdrm w/ensuites, gss  f/plscs, private patio, 5 appl's,  gaiage, N/P, N/S. $780.942*3654.  ���3301  2 bdrm house, big ysrd, private  $650 month. 883*2126.    ��33cn  Nsw luxurious 2 bdrm townhouse,  3 baths, 4 appl.. garage, l/p, n/p.  Avail. Sept. 1/93. $800. 1-942-  I219evenings. ��32w  W. Sechelt, upper level ol house.  Huge LR. 3 bdrm. 2 balh. gaiage.  N/S, N/P, refs. req. $850 -a utilities.  Available Aug. 1.434-3061 (Mon-  Wed). 8854672 (Thurs-Sun).  ���32w  Detached cottage, Robens Creek,  furnished $550, unfurnished $480,  indudes hydro. 8860476.  ��32w  Central Sechelt, 2 bdrm t den  house, new throughout, avail.  Aug., lease, n/s. n/pets, rels. req.  $900. Reply Box 2432, Sechelt.  ���32w  Gibsons semi-furnished bachelor  suite, avail. Aug. 1/93.886*2202.  ���32*  Waterlront cabin, Granthams  Landing, short term rental only,  sleeps 2. Daily/weekly rates. 886-  9238. ��32*  2 bdrm. house wilh lolt in  Redroolls, $800'mo Rets req.  8854452. ��33w  Ideal lor lamily. Roberls Creek,  new 3 bdrm., 5 appis.. easy access  to lishing, goll, beach, no pels,  N/S. Asking $1300/mo. 865*0126.  ���33*  Bonniebiook aiea. 3 bdrm, 2 up, 1  down, 2 baths, rec room, sauna,  l/s, w/d S d/w. Avail. Aug. 1. By  appoint, only 885-5310.     ��32w  Avail, immed.. bay area Gibsons. 2  bdrm. upper of house, new carpet,  paint, fireplace, Ig. covered deck,  nice yard, $595 11/2 utils. 886-  8526. ��34w  Large immaculate 1 bdrm. suite  wilh own garden, close to beach,  10 minutes trom ferry, $550 incl.  utils, washer $ dryer.Non-smoker  only with no pels, please. 886-  2407. ��4w  4 bdrm. 2 1/2 baths, 5 appis.. fireplace, woodslove, dbl. carport and  sundeck. Avail. Sept. 1, refs req.  Francis Peninsula, Pender Harbour. 883*9040. tin  31   For Rent  Furnished 2 bdrm home. Oil  Gower Pi Rd. Lovely view, le*  mins. to beach. Refs. please. 886-  9778atterAug1ceH1*24o-320l.  ���32cn  Roberts Cfeek. Absolutely immac.  home. 2 BR, klfch, LR, 2 balhs up,  rec room, small bed, bath & laundry down. F/P, quiet - private.  Gardener's delight. Good rels. No  pals, N/S. Suil prol. or retired couple. 1*4350189. Avail. Sept 1.  ���32cn  1 bdrm sell-cont. suite. Reduced  rent or extra money in exchange  tor some baby silting. $450.685*  7861. ��2cn  Large 3 bdrm bsml view home,  Gibsons area. New carpets, freshly  painled. Very nice, long term,  $100O/mo. Avail, immed.  Clean 2 bdrm mobile wilh view,  Sandy Hook. $600/mo long term.  Avail, immed.  3 bdrm. view, sauna. Selma Park,  avail, immed., $900/mo  Immac. 2 bdrm. lownhouse. view,  Sechell. avail. Sept. 1,$800/mo.  2 bdrm. 4 appl.. walking distance  to Sechelt. avail. Sepl. 1, $B50/mo.  1 bdrm. lurnished, view apart. Jolly  Roger, $600/mo.  NRS Saehelt Property  Management 685*9093  tin  5 bdrm. house  near ferry...$1300 p/m  2 bdrm. townhouse,  central...$775 p/m  2 bdrm. duplex,  view... $900 p/m  Teffles  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  Gibsons, sell-contained 2 bdrm.  home, N/S, garage, central heating  induded, $650.8864773.  ���34*  Sleeping rooms in privale home lor  quiet working people. Rels req.  886*4698. ��34w  Available immediately, two bedroom apartment central Gibsons,  $550 per month heat included.  Central Gibsons, three bedroom  apt indudes heat, $650 per month.  Lower Road, Roberts Creek, lower  floor of house, one bedroom, $400  plus utilities.  Roberls Creek Waterfront Estate,  Iwo bedrooms and den, $1,200 per  Two bedroom side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom side by side duplex.  $400 per month.  One bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot water,  $525.  One bedroom apartment, central,  waterfront, $400 per month plus  utilities.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886*3330  tfn  NEW APTS ON WHARF RD.  Two bedrm wilh balcony, 4 appl's.  laundry rm $ security door. Three  available. $800/mo. plus utilities.  Rel. req'd. 8854103.       ��32cn  Gibsons. 1 BR, l/p, skylights, harbour, mountain view. $500. Plus *  also 1 BR grnd. Iir. $350 plus.  Arthur. 885-9659 ��32cn  2 BR, bright, Gibsons Harbour  view. $550 incl. Housekeeping  room $225. Arthur. 885*9859.  ���32cn  2 bdrm apt. lower Gibsons. New  builoing, Idly carpeted. Mini-blinds,  laundry. Opposite Gibsons Marina.  Easy walk to shops 4 beach. $740.  866*3420. ��32cn  1 bdrm apts. Lower Gibsons. Nsw  kitchen 1 bathmt. Quiet $ secure.  Walk to an amenities. Fully carpeted, laundry. $580 - $620.886-  3420. I32cn  BEST ON THE COAST  1 Mm view apt. opposite Gibsons  Marina. Nsw building, wall to wall  carpet, laundry, dose to sll tmsri*  ties. $680.865-3420.       (0801  2 bdrm W/F house $650.11-mos,  Issss. 857 Gower Pt Rd. Avail.  Sept 1.222*6563. (320-1  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm expensively furnished or unfurnished, ocean  front condo. All appis., fireplace,  rec. facility, adull complex.  $10007mo. Long lerm lease desirable. Call Andrea 8854111.��33w  Shared Accom. North Rd., Gibsons, short term/ideal lor mill sludent, avail. Sepl. 1, Ind. utils, N/S,  $350. Call alter 6 pm. 866*8095.  tfns  Gibsons Spacious 1 bdrm. Apt.  in 2 yr. building. Garden level, 4  appis.. walking distance lo all  amenities, avail, immed. $575 incl.  heal - hydro. 296*5215.     ��33w  Deluxe ne* 2 bdrm. basemenl  suile with great view ol Howe  Sound. Pnvate entrance and deck,  5 mins. lo lerry. N/S, rels. req..  avail. Sepl. 1.886*7490     ��33w  Hallmoon Bay, rancher 3 bdrms.��  den, privale wilh garden and woodland, backing wilderness park,  near beach, N/S, N/P, long lerm  dependable tenants. Rels essential, avail. Sepl. 1, $650 * ulils.  885*5764. I33w  Small trailer, suitable lor 1 adull,  Cedars Trailer Court. 865*3313.  ���33*  3 bdrm. waterlront with backyard,  Gun Boat Bay, $750 lease. 1*732-  6745. ��33w  2 bdrm. watertront apt. in Secret  Cove, avail. Sept. 1. Rels req.,  $5501 utils. Please call 885*9368.  ���34w  Roberts Creek, 2 bdrm. home on  acreage w/lovely garden, creek.  Full facilities, $700/mo. Ellen 922-  9749. Furnished collage near  creek on acieage, suite 1 or 2 persons, $425/mo. Bill 922-8007.  ���34w  Gibsons, 1 bdrm., FP, skylight,  great view ol harbour and mins..  $500 plus. Also 3 bdrm., 2 bath,  FP, sundeck, $650 plus. Arthur  885*9859. ��34w  2 bdrm. apts.. Inlet Ave.. 5 appl.,  balconies, security. Avail. Sept. 1,  $675/mo. 885*9417 days.   ��33w  Fully lurnished sludio suile with  kitchenette. TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  Irom Gibsons Yacht Club - Marina. 886-3343. tfn  32 Commercial  Foi Rent  NX SO WORKSHOP  Close lo Gibsons. 2 bay woikshop  that may be rented in hall or lull.  Use lor slorage. small business,  or? 885-4490. ttn  LOWER QIBSONS  Office, heal/light incl., $175,886*  2586. ��33w  Foi Rent < Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq II. 10 ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 866*2663 days, 886*9075  eves. tfn  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863. Hn  Industrial workshop avail, immed..  Gibsons. 750 sq. ft. unil, $475/mo.  921*6751. Hn  Roberls Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tfn  SUBWAY  is now hiring outgoing, energetic  people to |oln cur crew. Part-time.  days, part-lime evsnings and  weekends (suitable lor students)  and full-time nights. Please drop  oft resume st Subway, Sunnycrest  Mall, Gibsons. ���32cn  Housekeeper required by the Driftwood Inn. Apply at Ironf desk,  5454 Trail Ave., Sechelt.    (32w  *, >.���.���-".-*'��� '     " Coast News, August 9, 1993  WORKING  IN TRADES  - o 9 month program open  lo both men ana women is  looking lor a Carpentry  Instructor lor 8 weeks in the  fall (approx. 18 hours a  weak). Applicants must be  experienced In this trade  and interested in teaching.  Please send resumes to  "Working in Trades" Box  514, Gibsons.  Closing dale is Aug. 21.  C.D.A. to work Saturdays and  relief. Call Dr. Dan Kingsbury. 886-  ��35__ I34w  Island Green Forestry Services is  inviting applications for Ihe position  of Juvenile Spacer. Applicant will  have: a minimum of one full season experience, all related equip  men) and isferences. Please  respond wilh resume to A-1096  Goldslream Ave., Victoiia V9B  2Y5.478-5795. ��32w  Required immed., experienced  cook/chef, salary negotiable, also  sscrstary/lront desk person and  weekend housekeeper, part time  dishwssher. Apply in person Lord  Jim's Resort Hotel. ��33w  CONDOMINIUM SALES  ASSISTANT  Park Rise, a new condominium  projecl in Gibsons, requires a  mature, enthusiastic salesperson  to host daily open houses and  assist local realtors. Applicants  should have previous sales experience in projecl selling. Please  send resume to: Baseline, 1400 ���  400 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC  V6C3G2. #32w  Voluntssrs nssdsd ��� Animal  lovers, Ihe SPCA needs you to  assist them in their new home with  the care and walking of animals.'  Fall fair society needs volunteers  to help coordinate exhibits * Help  is needed by the Maritime History  Society to restore a lifeboat'  Crimestoppers needs new members. Meetings are once a month  on Wed. eves. For these and mora  opportunities call the Volunteer  and Inlormation Centre at 885-  5681. ��32w  Part time yard worker, Roberts  Cieek area, $6.50 cash. 8854414  eves. ��34w  Full time experienced waitress  MMM. Please call 886*9219  n24pm. Hn  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  -Fenaaaae  -Arqa Job  -CALL OOES HALL  886-4788  Window washing. Equipment provided. Free estimates. Csll 866-  3822; ��34cn  Carpet and lino installation and  repairs. 8850191. ��33w  Quality Woodwork  Home Romodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Glss*  brecht 185-3372. ��33w  KELLY'S  ���Stftktankpaafkiit  ���PartabkWkBfor  ��� Bcul rakt on the  ph.M6-.U4I  alaWSMl anytime  RENOVATIONS  Specialists ta  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Dfiks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  Vou name Ul  All projects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVMG  THE COAST  FOR IS YEARS  Rico Decks and Docks Constiuction snd Repair. Free estimates  883-9904,663-2450.        ��33w  INTERIOR MO EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting. Iree estimales. Relerences  available. 866*3463. tins  Need your grass cut or rubbish  removed? Call C.N.L. yard cleanup, very reasonable rates. 886-  4536 #33w  SUNSHINE COAST  ENGINEERING LTD  Custom home designs and drawings'. Prolessional engineers  reports, commercial designs. Projecl Management. 886-4743.#33*  WORD  PROCESSING  *Laser Printer*  Sunsliine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean-up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, Inendly seivice. 885-  9694,326*1611 ceil. ��33cn  25 years exp. in land development  and house construction can save  you money. Cat 416 backhoe ���  reasonable rates. Free a msulla-  tion. Call Bruce 6650621.  ��33w  Experienced carpenter, forms,  Iraming 6 linishing. Free estimates Call Draw 8854557.l33cn  Quality painting, gardening and  general labour. Csll Steve 865-  3276. M3w  Honest, reliable woman for house-  cleaning, refs. available. 865*3502.  ���32w  Are you single, overworked ( need  youi home cleaned, shopping  done, mending (work clothes). For  more Wo. 835*5962.        #33w  Nurse-aid seeks work. Home support, gardening, companionship.  Susan. 8864282. I35cn  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 886*9257  ���38*  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  ^flaCuslom Froming  l(  "Decks | t   ,  ���Sloirs  ****0[1  ��� Wood Siding  '<  883-9775  General labourers, rool repair, window washing, yard care, rubbish  removal. Seniors 10% discount,  Iree estimates. Call Grant or Mike  ���32cn  Outbuildings / additions / renovation / repair rot and insect damage.  8854070. ��32w  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solariums, No job too small. Bill al  666*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1*977*  6532. tfn  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower psnels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 863-  2978 tfn  Jean homes $ support for senior  and/or disabled adulls and/or families. Bonded, supervised employees. Established non-profit organization. Pay privately ��� no referrals  necessary. Phone Sunsliine Coast  Home Support Society 885*5144.  ���34*  Sundeck specialist. For your custom deck and a no obligation in-  home eslimale call "The Woodsman' at 925*9021. ��34w  176 Smuu SfiuuUuA  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  SrEAM CLEANING  C��a*p��tt ��� Upholstsry  POWERFUL TRUCK-  MOUNTED EOUPMEfVT  8ESTP0SSBIE RESULTS  JUST ASK AROUND  886-3823  WHEELER  ELECTRIC  c National Exhibition's  Tschrtcal Services Departmenl Is  presently recruiting lor qualified  personnel holding TQ's in the following trades: Plumbers (with gas  ticket), sign writers, weldsrs,  painters, et si. Plesss apply in person or lax your resume immediately to the Personnel Department ol  lhe PNE Exhibition Park, Renfrew  la Hastings, Fax 251*7768.132cn  STYLIST WANTED lor busy wen  established hair salon. Can Denise  886*3918 433*  Guaianteed income by mail! Well  show you how. Send $2.00 and  self-addressed stamped envelope  lo B.C.I. #407-1225 E. Sunset Dr.,  Bellingham,WA. 96226.    I34w  Vancouver Sun requires 2 adults  with own vehicle tor home delivery  in the following areas: 1. Browning  Rd./Davis Bay/Sechelt. 2.  Sechelt/Garden Bay. Please  phone 390*2067. ��34w  Travel Consultant  A growing travel agency requires  an axporioncad consultant. Must  be a team player.' Please send  resume to P.O. Box 369, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0. Hn  Part time bakery helper needed.  Bakery, cake decorating, experience needed. Duties will include  donut trying, packaging, customer  seivice and cake decorating. Apply  in person at SuperValu bakery,  Thurs. t Fri., Aug. 5 - 6, 9am*  1pm. tfn  Assemble lighl products st home.  Excel, income, essy work. Call tor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2360  ext. A74. an  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  .Brace Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  RESIDENTIAL &  COMMERCIAL  886-3700  Csl.328-.6927  Hsva mowers, will travst. Bruotv  cutting, wsodaatlng, ste. 885-  0737. tin  PROFESSIONAL HOUSE SITTER Sechell ��� mature, non-smoking, writer (former nurse), impeccable, extensive references. 1-  966*5124. M4w  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  - Pruning ��� Trimming - Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commercial J Residential  8864160 lv. mess.  tfn  DOWN TO  EARTH  Girdening Services  We specialize in  working with people  not lor them.  Kathryn Mutsells  885-3458  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Fiee estimates. 665-2109.  tin  Light hauling, yatd and basemenl  clean-ups. Seniors discount.  Norm, 866*9503. ��34cn  Window washing. Equipment piovided. Free Estimates. Call 886-  3822. I34cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates,  tiee eslimates, no job too small or  loo large. Bruce 885*9576     tin  Renovating?  Adding on'  Need repairs, a sundeck?  Certified carpenter.  Brad Steuart 886*8652  References. ��32w  PLAYMATES DAYCARE  Licensed tamily daycare on  Chastsr Road. Now accepting  applications lor September.  Yvonne 8864643. I33w  Morninglown Family Daycare  opening in September! Fun stimulating activities and outings in a  warm caring environment. (Will be  licensed) Lisa 886*2203.    ��34w  Looking for reliable, responsible  mature person to cars for my 2  girls ��� 8 mos. and 5 yrs. in my  home. Must have own transportation. 3 days a week. 8850227 aft.  6pm. ��33w  Child care avail. Sept. 1, mom ol 2  will take 2 more. Ages 3 and over.  Full time, lots of activities and outside play. 886*9203. ��33w  Babysitter required, 2 children,  Mon.-Thurs., 8:30*2:30, rels req.  8854818. ��33w  Childcare available my home.  Reasonable rales, rels. avail. 886-  7490. ��33cn  Mother of 3 school age children  will babysit in my home. Wonderlul  farm setting. Lots lor kids lo do. 3  yrs ok) and up. 6854594.   ��32w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 16 mos ��� school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, wilh  trained staff 886-3913.     ��37w  HOBBY HORSE DAYCARE  Licensed family facility. Space lor  2*5 year olds beginning Aug. 23.  Call Joanne 866*9130, Marilynn  686*2338. ��33w  Grounds maintenance. Windows.  Dump runs. Man/men available,  casual or regular basis. Call 886-  3822. ��34cn  COASTAL CONSTRUCTION  Framing ��� Finishing ��� Renovations  ��� Plumbing ��� Repsirs. Call Bob  8660784. M4w  Tired of your ok) dralty single pane  windows?? Enjoy the quiel snd  comfort ot new vinyl framed double  glued windows!! Call now 430-  3385*571*9774 cellular.     #33w  lanevaliens'Sundacks  Carporti'loiamanti  I, mars  Ouarantaad pricas  1 warkmsnship  101 ISS-SH7  Shirkm House Cleaning. We aim  to mast your needs 8664614.  I33w  Brighten  Someone's Day...  (or rain on their parade)  with  II OR SI  Classified Ads  For $7.50,  you can  add the  Sunshine or Showers  symbol to your classified ad.  aExpress yourself!  886-2622 or 885-3930  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  FAT or P/T or b.lort ( attar |  achool care in my home. Will drop  olt and pick up al Cedar Grove |  School. 886*9203. I34w  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Applications now being taken lor  spaces available lor newly  Licenced Family Daycare in September. Large, bright fadlity will be  well equipped, wilh mature, well-  experienced slan. Open 6:00 am  to 6:30 pm to meel the needs ol  working commuters. Phone 886*  7648. ��34iv  38. Business  Opportunities  Established vending machine business with growth potential. 886-  2565       #32w  Make fantastic money with gaiage  sales, flea markets, swap meets,  auctions. Recorded mess. 527-  '645. M2w  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pel caie seivice, pie*  , ,,   . K       "n't. nt-jmni ��� uan nine an  established clientele, flexible instruc,ors rap**, training pro-  hours. Call Sharon 885*2228.        ��ded. Call 866*6782        ��34w  ss��35w        MINI STORAGE  LACKERS  SECHELT-GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons:886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  Ore Site ff-etmetfemtttt  Help Wanted ��� part time art  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  6653917. tins  Former flight attendant, w/comput*  er skills, seeking employment.  Available immediately for posilions  of bookkeeper, driver, child care  provider or housework. 8850196.  _^ M3w  Complete Bobcal Seivices  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  8868538  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Cathy's  Car Care  &  Zippy Lube  Car conditioning and lube operation  in heart of Sechelt has good growth  potential, excellent family business.  For enquiries,  phone owner.  886-6450  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  4 HUSQVARNA  FORESTS GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest 4 Garden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorhn al  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  (INT���RFQR)  International Forest  Products Limited  Proposed Plve Year  Development Plan  Forest Licence  A19220  Narrow! laid  Jl  BeUhf(Hdk*pterLsf|la|)  Operation  International Forest  Products Limited  (Interfor) invites you  to a public viewing of  the proposed Five Year  Development Plan for  the Narrows Inlet,  Jackson, and Helilog  Operations of Forest  Licence A19220.  A Five Year  Development Plan  consists of maps which  Indicate proposed cut  block boundaries and  road locations, as well  as Information on  other resource values  that may be affected  by the harvest. The  Development Plan Is  reviewed by relevant  resource agencies and  the public before  approval Is considered  by the B.C. Ministry of  Forests. If approved,  the plan forms the  basis for Cutting  Permit Applications  that provide the  authority to  commence harvesting.  The Development Plan  will be available for  viewing at the  following locations  and times:  Interfor-Jackson Office  7425 Sechelt Inlet Drive,  Sechelt  August 10 and 11,199?  2:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Trail Bay Centre Mall,  Sechelt  August 13,1993  August 14,1993  5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.  10:00 a.m.-5 p.m.  A representative of  Interfor will be  available to discuss  this plan with you.  Your comments on  this plan are welcome,  and should ��� be  submitted In writing,  by September 15, 1993  to:  Rick Brouwer, R.P.F.  International Forest  Products Limited  RR#I, Tillicum Bay  Site, C-17  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  BCJ0  Environment  Application for  Amendment ofa  permit under tho  provisions ot tht  Waste Management Act  This application is to be Died  with lhe Regional Waste  Manager at 10334-152A St.,  Surrey, B.C. VSR 7PB.  'Any person who may be  adversely affected by the  discharge or storage ol the  waste may within 30 days liom  the last dale ol posting under  section 3(a) or publication,  sanlce or display under section  4, write to tbe manager stating  how ha is affected."  PREAMBLE ��� The purpose of  this application is to dispose ol  walerbome debris which Is not  suitable for converting Into pulp  chips or hog luel.  We Ihe Council ol Forest  Industries on behalf of the  Debris Control Board ol 1200*  555 Burrard SI., Vancouvei,  B.C. V7X 1S7 hereby apply lor  amendmenl|s| as described  below to Permit No. PA6563  granted on June 23. 1962, last  amended July 26, 1991, which  authorizes the discharge/storage of contaminants  Irom a wood debris burning  operation located near Hillside  on Thornbrough Channel, B.C.  to the air.  AMENDMENTS REQUESTED  APPENDIX 02  A) Delete tne August t, 1993  expire   dale   B)   Change  Frequency from 12 burns/year  lo 4 bums/year  APPENDIX B*t  C) Frequency ��� change Irom 12  to 4 limes per year E) Timing ���  delete 'No burning may occur  following August 1, 1993.' K)  Waste Disposal Plan ��� eliminate  this section ol Appendix B-1  Dated this eleventh day o! June  1993. Douglas L. Cooper  Telephone No. (604)684*0211.  A copy ol this application was  posted at the sile in accordance  with Ihe Waste Management  Regulations on June 15.1993.  l_U  Notice Board J>  Ongoing events must he updated monthly  Wc reserve the right lo cdil submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to mm-profit evenli  of genuine communily interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to Ihe event.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 12  Telephone Ploneere Picnic, noon,  Porpoise Bay Park. Info: 885-2423 or  885-3130  SATURDAY * SUNOAY, AUQ. 14 * 15  Sunshine Coast Arte Council 6th  annual craft lair, 10 am ��� 6 pm, Hackett  Park.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 14  2nd Annual Fishing Derby to support  Salmonid Enhancement Society, Lord  Jim'a Resort. Info: 885-7038.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 22  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club to year  reunion, 2 pm, Roberts Cresk picnic site  (corner ol Plume A Beach) Polluck  dinner served et 5 pm All past members  please altsnd. BYOB, For more info, call  885*5883 or 885-9968  SATURDAY, AUGUST 2t  Sunahlne Coast Arta Council 3rd  annual Art Auction, Senior Citizene Hell,  Sechalt   Originals and prints, carvings,  pottery and more by local artists  MISCELLANEOUS  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum A  Qlbsons Food Bsnk: For ihs entire  monlh of August, s psresntags ol lhe  evening dessert sales st ths Hillsids  Family Restaurant (Seaview Ple-ra,  Qibsons) will bs donalsd to the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum snd  Gibsons Food Bank A delicious  opportunity lor you lo aid Iwo non-profit  societies 886*8232  Kldo at Heart: puppets, skua, games,  songs and olher innovative techniques for  kids aged 6*11 Appsarmg al Christian  Life Asssmbly. 730 School Rd , Aug 9-  13, 0 30-1130 am daily  Vacation Church School ages 3*12, B  am-noon, Aug 9*13. Living Failh  Lulheren Church To register call 885-  2202.  Vacetlon Bible School The Amatmg  Journty to Bibl�� Times lor ages 5-12.  9:30-11-45 am. Aug 9-13. 5116 Davis  Bay Rd. (cornsr of Laurel Ave.) To pre*  register, call 685-7760 or 885*6340.  Porpoise Bey Provincial Perk Visitor  Programs: Thursdays, 7:30 pm: What to  do it you're lost in Ihe forts, and how to  avoid gelling lost in the first place  Frldeys. 2 pm Discovering which  ammais live in the forest Fridays. 8 pm:  Legends Around ths Campfirs * making  musical instruments. Pleasa bring e lawn  chair Sundays. 7 pm: Learning about our  native flora, 35  Thi Go Teen Centre is located st  Brothers Park, naxl to lhe baseball fields.  We are open Thura. 4*8, Fri. 4-0,  Sat. noon-to pm and Sun. 1*5. For mort  info call 686-0496 during theee hours. 35  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd., ecroee from Post Office,  Qibsons. Displays ere constantly  chenging. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opsning or lo book t tour 886-  8232.  Pender Harbour Aquetlc A Fitness  Centre, Ths centre is closed 'til Sept, 11,  Parent-Tot Orop-ln A Summer  Adventuree 'IS: the Parent-Tot Drop-In  in Sechell & Wilson Creek is closed and  will re-open the first week ol October.  Info: Karen Scott, 886*8648 or  Community Services, 865*5881  4th Annuel Ssve the Strait Marathon,  Aug. 20-22, expects to attract hundrede of  Rsrteipanls to cross Georgia Strait under  uman power For an Information package, lo regieter aa a particeant. an escort  boat, sponsor or lo VOLUNTEER, call  Marethon Coordinelor Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741*0094, FAX 753*2567 or write  Save Georgia Strait Alliance, 1201, 195  Commercial St. Nanaimo. B.C V9R 505.  Summer See Aquaciie clessss  Tusedayo A Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 am.  Stsp cIssbsb Wsdnssday 10:30-11:30  am Spa Brunch A Shialiu are also available al Lord Jim's Info: 885*7038        35  Sunshine Coaet Arts Cenlre Summsr  invitational Show, Abstractor) The Mmtft  t'y*. rune through to Aug 15. Summer  hours tor the cenlre are Tuee-Sal, 10-4 A  Sun, 1-4 Ths csntrs le located al Ihe corner of Trail A Medusa In Sechelt. Info:  865-5412  Experience Experiments: 4lh annuel  exhibition el Hunter Gallery in Qibsons.  Experimental works In pottery and painting by artists Linda Dixon end Anne  Ourney Aug. 7-28.  Free Backyard Pool Safely Tow: volunteers from the Canadian Red Cross will  visit your homs to assess Ihs ssfsty of  your pool. For free sppointment, call  Debbie Motheny, 431 -4200. 35  Child Health Clinics: in Qibsons Aug. 10,  17. 24 A 31. In Sechelt Aug. It, 16, 25  with en extra CHC Aug. 10. In Pender  Harbour Aug. 5 A 12.  Tuberculin Skin Testing A Travellers  Clink in Gibsons, Aug. 5, 16, 23 A 30,  Travellers Clinic only Aug. 5,12, 19 A 26.  In Sechelt -Aug. 9, 16, 23 A 30. Travellers  Clinic only Aug. 11,16125.  Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic:  Phone for appointment In Qibsons 686-  5600. Sechelt 885-5164.  Prenatal Classes: Next Lale Clsss  Ssnss commences Aug. 17, 24 A 31, 7-9  pm, SechsN Health Centre end Sept. 21,  28 A Oct. 5, Qibsons Hsalth Centre. To  regieter, call 666-5600 (Gibsons) or 885-  5164 (SschsN). Register early - clsssss fill  up quickly.  Single A Pregnant? Csll ths Health Unit ���  686-5600.  Hospital Tour: phone St. Mary's Hospital  switchboard, 885*2224.  Parent 4 Beby Drop-In: meet other parents A discuss common concerns  Tuesdays, t;l5-3:30 pm. 494 S. Fletcher  Qibeone and Wednesdays, 1-3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, Sechell.  School Entry Booster Clinics: a booster  dose of diphtherie, tetanus and psrtuss*  is important for children entering school  Qibeone, 866-5600. Sechell, 865-5164.  ���roast Self-Exam Clinic: sscond  Monday of esch month, 7-9 pm, Qibeone  Heallh Cenlre. Enquiries plesso cell  Denise Olsen (midwife), 8664647.  MONDAYS  S.C. Bressilsedlng Support Group  monthly meetings for anyone with questions/concerns or lust to most nsw moms.  Info: Laurie, 686-7900 or Roxanne. 886*  3230. 35  TUISDAYS  "LMng With Ceneer" Support Group  meets evsry olher Tuesday. Kirkland  Csntrs, Davis Bay, 1 pm Info 665-5861  or 6864389  THURSDAYS  SC's Weight Lose Support Group  meets sftsmoons 12 30*2 30pm. call 886-  2892, end evenings 8 30-8 00pm. call  666*7159, el the United Church,  Olassloru Rd., Gibsons.  SATURDAYS  Qlbsons A District Public Library  Children's Summer Reading Club, 10 em,  through Aug. 14. Aug. 14: Closing Party!  Fun, gamee, refreshments, more prize  winners!  OM Qrawth Toura of the Caren Range  throughout July, August A September.  Meet at Wildlife Rahab Centre, Trout  Lake Road, Halfmoon Bay, 11 am lo car-  pool 4x4a or Irucks or to catch a rented  van. For more info: Friends of Caren,  865-2396 (mesa).  tt. Alden Close Proposed Seniors  Housing Community open house 10:30  am-12:30pm, St, Aldan's Hall, 1164  Roberto Creek Rd. 35  0  FREE ��� FREE- FREE - FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE ��� FREE  ��#>  DIRECT DISPOSAL  provides Htll sorvlco to  non-profit community ovonts  SERVING  THE  SUNSHINE   COAST   ���    PHONE   NORM   885-4246 18  Coast News, Augusts  1993  We have to make room for our fall Inventory/ so we're  liquidating stock at UNBELIEVABLE PRICES!  Gran Turf  Brown, Red & Green  Regular $5.99/sq.yd.  Thurs & Fri. only  $3.99/sq.yd.  Mannington Gold  12 rolls in stock  NO cash &  G.S.T. carry  Dynafloor  vinyl flooring  eai?oo  only 9.99/  UNBELIEVABLE!  hard-wearing LEXEL LOOP  Reg 7.99/sq.yd.  ^CTORS^  TRACKLESS  SAXONY  Kitchen prints  r-,        i r\ AA  Keq lu.yy  Koii-en  ^mmgpy  HUGE  SAVINGS  on hardwood  flooring  rubber-back  Frieze  styles to choose from!  ^Iffffk  hn. \hQQ  9.99/sq.yd.  ROLL ENDS  5.99/sq.yd.  interior decorating  in-home shopping  Highway 101 Gibsons  A  CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE    T    *    *    '    *  i^NNMcrm e^u Sedated  Guaranteed  Installation  within 10 days on  in-stock items  EARLY SHOPPERS  OCT THE BEST  SELECTION!  Professional  installation crews  to serve you

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