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Array l/JVJFfflfl  THE SUNSHINE  W LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  CM Parliament Buildings  pj Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  N0.*__��U--.U Paget  LBSUK Page"  SPORTS Page 12  BUSINESS Page IS  CUSSmED Page 17  page 20  918  ^"J THE 5UIMSHINE-  Coast  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  1 Overlooking tht Harbour  Gibson*, B.C. 686-2268  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  August 19,1991      Volume 45      Issue 33  Development  accelerates  on Teredo  Roberts Creek Daze Parade  A sail powered vehicle? Nope, just a participant In the Robert- Creek Daze parade. I In ml nils  of people showed up In ihe 'Creek' Saturday to partake in the numerous crafts, games, and  concessions. Rose Nicholson pholo  This lull, ihe Ministry of  Highways will finally begin the  long awaited change in lire routing of the Sechelt section of  Highway 101. from Cowrie  Street to Teredo Streel, and de  vclopirs are staking their claims  In choice properly along Ihe  new route  Sold stickers on real estate  signs, which have decorated  empty lots on Teredo Street for  several years, are an indication  ol the trend.  Recently, ii was announced  that a % unit, retirement-oriented condominium complex  will he built next lo the  Driftwood Inn.  The $ I5 million Teredo Street  complex, with frontage on the  ocean, calls for two IS unit  buildings lo he constructed in  two phases. Bach building will  feature private palios and  panoramic views on the waier-  Iront, and offices and some condominiums on Teredo Street  An outdoor swimming pool,  recreation facilities and high profile landscaping will he featured.  Another developmeni along  Ihe new route was announced  lasl week al a Sechell planning  .u-imittcc meeling A $.. .11,001)  commercial building is proposed  on s Wharf Slreel between  Siedmaiis and llie new ambulance station.  Architect Kevin Ryan lold  Sechell aldermen the 400(1  square foul, two storey building  will provide commercial space  on the ground Iloor wilh live  apartments on Ihe second Iloor.  "We've kepi the huildiug very  residential iu character," said  Ryan, describing the metal pilch  roof design, the sculptured concrete wall of the first Iloor and  cellar siding of Ihe second Iloor.  Emmy for animated local  by Stuart IwmWa  It's one of those dreams thai  came true. Pour years ago  (iibsons local Jeff Mulcasler received word lhat he had a job  with Will Vinton Productions ol  Portland Oregon.  The job was producing clay  animation, bringing in life characters like (he California raisins  singing 'Heard il Through llie  Grapevine' and ihe infamous  "Noid" lhat tried desperately lo  destroy the integrity and quality  of a known pizza chain which  claims a .O-tnimile-or-less delivery lime  Soon thai same (iibsons local  will he hoarding a plane hound  from his present home of  Toronto for Los Angeles, where  lie will he presented the Bunny  Award for. as llie name ol his  award category stales,  "Outstanding      Individual  Achievement iu Animation."  "I though il was a joke,"  Mulcasler lold die Coasl News  from his home in Toronto,  "When 1 hung up the phone  Oilier getting the news) I  couldn't slop shaking."  Mulcasler describes winning  the award as incredibly exciting,  adding "It's great to be recognized by my peers."  He said he won Ihe award,  along with a colleague, for  work done on a clay animation/live show called Comedy  of Horrors, his lasl project before palling company with  Vinton Productions  "It's ironic," Mulcasler said, "I  knew I was leaving Vinton -  over artistic differences - but I  had promised to do the Comedy  of Horrors. It's really not my  best work, but that's whal I  won the Emmy for."  Now lhat be is no longer  with Will Vinton, Mulcasler Is  working with a partner,  Anthony LaMolinara, on a CBC  Christmas    special    called  former Gibsons Resident Jeff Mulcasler will receive an award for Outstanding Individual  Achievement In Animation at the Emmy Awards on Augusi _S. Mulcasler, who started his career hy modelling plasticine figures as a hobby while he was still at school in (iibsons, has  gone on to work with major networks.  Gohann's (pronounced Yo ban)  Gift to Christinas,  In die show Mulcasler brings  lo life Iwo clay mice.   Ile said  "When I hung  up the phone,  I couldn't stop  shaking."  he will spend six monlhs on the  project, working 10 - 11 hours  a day, to produce two to three  minutes of clay animation film  footage  "It's not the kind of work I'd  recommend to anyone," laughs  Mulcaster, "You've got to have  an obsessive personality."  He noted thai, in the three  and a half years he worked with  Will Vinton Productions, he  produced a grand tolal of ahoul  nine minutes of film footage,  and lhal was working the same  1011 hour days, sometimes  seven days a week  "If I work hard for ten  hours," he said, "I'm lucky to gel  two seconds of footage"  After Column's (lift to  Christinas is finished, Mulcasler  says lie would like nothing better than to return to llie West  Coasl and start his own studio  with business partner Anthony  LaMolinara  "I'd really like to sel up In  (iibsons," Mulcasler says, "bul  there might be a problem gel-  ting some of llie camera equipment we'd need I never  wanted to leave ((iihsons) in  the first place, hut travelling is  something you've got to do in  this business."  Regardless, die plasticine genius will Ik out of Toronto he*  fore die summer of I992.  "I'm not going to spend another sunimer here," he lold the  Coast News, "Il's unbelievably  hoi and muggy."  Brail Benson photo  Liberal  headquarters  vandalised  The Vancouver office of  the Liberal parly was attacked hy vandals last week.  "Nothing was stolen," reported provincial Liberal  leader Gordon Wilson, "but  everything was destroyed."  The office, located on the  sixth floor of a building on  West Broadway, is surrounded by several other offices, none of which were  touched.  the decorative paving of the  walkway and ihe landscaping  "It will be an asset and im*  prove the quality of Ihe neighbourhood."  in line with Department of  Highways requirements, access  lo the building will be right-turn-  only, one way traffic Irom Wharf  Road onlo ihe lane between  Sledmans and Ibe new building,  leading lo two way traffic on  Orchard Slreel  Al   the   planning   meeting.  mayor Nancy MacLarty lold Ryan  Council had received a letter  from residents on Orchard  Sueel. expressing concern about  the possible effects of the new  development on Iheir quiel  neighbourhood.  They're concerned ahoul extra  traffic on Orchard." she said  "Children have been able to play  there safely up "lil now.  "Do yuu think your client, as a  public relation, gesture, would  be willing In meet Willi litem  and explain what's going on'"  "I'm sure we can alleviate their  concerns." Ryan assuuil  aldermen.  The planning committee  brought lorward a recommendation to approve the project, sub  ject lo minor design changes and  approval from the Department nf  Highways.  Ryan told the Coasl News thai  Wharf Holdings Limited, owners  ol the new building, expect construction lo start early this I.ill  Plans are lo complete the projeci  by November, 1991 in time fot  commercial tenants lo be open  for (lirisimas business.  -5^-_-_-------------------------------i I  ^cAr^       ���������-___--^��^^^��*��s"  Plans to re-route highway traffic along Teredo Street iu  Sechelt, and a series of new construction projects, are under  way. Joel Johnstone pholo  Coast seniors join protest  Local seniors will add their voices to the massive  province wide protest against recent cutbacks in medical  services.  A bus load of seniors (anyone over .0 said organizer  Joyce Osiry) will be travelling to Whistler on August 2h  to join other provincial groups who will be staging their  protest at the first Ministers Conference.  In January of ihis year, the federal government passed  Hill (.)'), severely curtailing funding for a wide range of  medical services.  The effects of the cutbacks became evident on the local  scene when St. Mary's Hospital, facing a large deficit,  recently closed 11 hospital beds and cut back on staff.  Last week the Hospital Employees Union staged a  protest hi Vancouver over the same issues.   Anyone  wishing to join the pilgrimage to Whistler can phone  Joyce Ostry at H8.-...... In-fore August 21.  For further information see Joyce's column 'Golden  Lifelines' inside.  Ferry connections for bus riders  Bus passengers from Sechell  will soon he able in make all  ferry connections between 8:30  am and .V .11 pm Rosina Giles,  manager Of Sunshine Coasl  Paiaiiausit System, told the  Coasl News lasl week dial die  changes will be Implemented iu  a mailer of weeks  Under die presenl schedule,  ihe minibus arrives iu Gibsons  jusl live minules loo late to  connect with die (iihsons bus  which navels mn in each terry  The minibus actually meets  several ferries during die day.  _^�� THE SUNSHINE   m  inside   Coast  bin anyone from Sechell wish  ing lo calch the 10 .0 or I J Ml  ferry, has had In find another  form nf transportation  Those passengers will now  lie able to catch die (iihsons hus  al (he (iihsons posi ollice. and  make the lern connection  Passengers will not receive n  transfer, Giles warned Tlie two  systems are separate and |ias  seugers wishing to lake Ihe  (iihsons bus out lo the ferry will  have lo pay thai fare, in addition  lo iheir niimlsiis fare  T71lw��37!I--i-5i!  .Mmpa  SPECIAL  SACK  TO  SCHOOL  SUPPLEMENT 2.  Coast News. August 19, 1991  :  Colin Mullin (left) and Eileen llomenchiik are buying a  chance on a scaled down version of a dreamhome from  proud builder Ron Tamke (centre). Sheila Tamke assembled  all the miniture furniture to complete the two story doll-  house and both are more than happy to see the fruits of  their labor raffled off on behalf of the Sunshine Coast  Shriller. Club. The scaled down two story dollhoi.sc in llie  background is on display at Nova Jewelry iu Trail Bay Mall.  Sechelt I"*'1 loluistom- photo  Sechelt  considers  rezoning  by Rose Nldwtson  The planning committee of  Sechell Council will firing forward recommendations foi the  rezoning of several properties ai  Ihe next Council meeting on  August 21  Following  a   recenl   public  hearing   on    the    proposed  changes, ihe committee will rec*  . ommcn.1 the rezoning of five of  .the six properties locatedon  ���Wharf Road, discussed al the  hearing from Commercial I (Ci)  to Commercial 2 (C 2)  "We musi remember," said  Mayor Nancy MacLarty, "thai section of Wharf Road is (he mam  -route to the wharf al Porpoise  Hay and mn to Sandy Hook.  "It's the area the tourists see  Do we want to see things like  machine shops and auto body  shops in lhal area''  Owners of the Mazda dealership im Highway Iill al Field  Road have applied lor both a  building permit and rezoning of  the property  Presently zoned as RR 1. the  owners are asking fur a change  to CD 1  Speaking in favour of die re*  znning, realtor-developer Stan  Anderson described die increasingly commercial nature of the  intersection of field Road and  die highway.  "There's not a residential aspect within ISO metres of die  site," he commented  "Ii was suggested at one time  by die Regional District thai it be  tourist-commercial, but in the  pasl   10 years  nol  one  single  tourist-commercial aspect was  ever established.  The closest  public access lo a beach is more  than a kilometre away al Davis  Hay."  In a later interview with the  Coasl News Planner Rob Sabine  explained some of the complexifies of tlie rezoning issues lacing  Seclielt  In November 1988, just two  ' years after restructuring expanded the boundaries of the  Disirici Municipality, the  Subdivision and Developmeni  bylaw 30 was formulated to ileal  wilh the expanded territory  lip until then, ihese newly included areas had been under the  jurisdiction   of  the   Regional  Disirici which subdivides according to the regulations of Uie  Department ol Highways  The new bylaw changed die  entire development standard  Within llie   Dislricl and essen  lially created, in most zones.  much tougher standards winch  Included covered sinriii drains,  etirhs and gutters sidewalks and  underground wiring  There was a si rung reaction lo  die new bylaw from die development communily who  claimed il would slop  developmeni  Under pressure from die developer! .sie municipality under  look a review of Bylaw JO.  In tlie lasl I . months, a total  of 17 meetings, many of them  with developers, have been field  to discuss the Issues.  Outcome of the talks were six  policy statements which will be  added lo llie bylaw   Hut these  policy statements could not he  made without making certain  changes to the zoning bylaw as  well as lo Bylaw JO itself.  I )ne of Ihe changes lo Ihe zoning bylaw was to inerease the  minimum lot size iu the RR I  zone  As die meetings progressed, ii  became obvious the developers  wanted another zone, rather  than ihe Agricultural Land  Reserve zone lhat |x-niiittcd sulv  divisions under die old standard  Thai required paved roads, but  did nni require nubs, gutters,  sidewalks, covered diiches or  underground wiring  In die debate over die size of  the lois iu ihe new RR I zoning,  consideration was given to everything from one half hectare  (aboul one and a quarter acres)  to one hectare (two and a half  acres)  Ihe final decision was to go  with one hectare, which planning committee members ai last  week's meeling agreed lo recommend to Council  Sabine explained dial it was*  not m Sechelt's interests to en-'  courage residential zoning on)  die inner fringes of ihe town,,  because of the costs of provide  mg services and maintenance.  Util a unique situation exists in  several properties between  Sechell and Wesl Sechell where  several properties were zoned  RR I under ihe old Regional  Disirici jurisdiction  If these properties were lo be  changed to Residential, it would  mean lhal ihe owners could no  longer keep animals like horses  "In rezone ihem may lake  away Ihe particular use they  purchased the properly for."  Sabine explained  ACID RAIN  Acid rain in B.C. is highest on the coast  ky Stuart hmMi  The West Coast of llrilisli  Columbia experiences the  greatest conceniration of acid  rain in ihe province, according  to a IIC Ministry of the  Environment draft report, wilh  ihe highest recorded levels  found in Ihe Squamish region of  Howe Sound  The preliminary draft of ibe  IK  Precipitation ( hcmislry Data  Summary ami Analysis report  UK I���( DSA). completed in  February 1990, states thai  weekly moiiiloring ol DCs rainfall hy ihe Ministry of  Environment imoki began m  I'W .  There are IS rain colleciion  locations around the province,  wild Si|u.unish as the site closest  to ihe Sunshine ( oast  The IK P( DSA. based on  dala lor I'iSS stales lhal sulphur is ihe primary cause of  acidity iu HC's ramiall. il creates  sulfuric acid  Yearly conccntraliniis of sulphate vary throughout the  province from I S kilograms  per lieclare documented falling  on areas of IK 's inlerior. to J . 1  kilograms ol sulphate raining  down annually on ibe  Squamish region  The reporl categorizes  "normal rainfall" as having a pll  level ol . or greater Slightly  acidic is a pll of I 7-"5 and  inoileralely acidic from i.J -  4 o A strongly acidic pll is .J  or below  According lo Graham Veale,  the MOE's air management  technician for die lower mainland the lowest the pll level  has ever been al the Squamish  station is around 3.69.  However,  there has been  douhi cast on die integrity of the  province's study methods by a  former M( )E senior scientist.  "That's a lie," slates Doug  Sandberg when told of the  MOE's claim lhat the lowest  recorded pll level was J.69.  Ile told the Coasl News Ihe  acidity of the Squamish region's  rainfall has been as low as .26  That's slightly less acidic than  lemon juice or vinegar, with  plls of 2 S and 2.8 respectively,  Sandherg. now an alderman  iu Richmond, worked in lie's  environment lab for 20 years.  from   1968  to   1988      From  1981-88 he was ill charge of  acid   rain   analyses   for   the  province  They (the iic Environment  Ministry) may have erased Ihe  dala. but the pll has been as  low as .. 2o." he said  When asked why he left the  MOE. Sandberg responds. "1 quit  ill disgust."  He said the IIC government  had decided lo privatize the  provincial laboratory in 1988,  dismissing all but 6 of the labs  wi technicians.  Negotiation for  sewage plant  recommended  Strapped for cash and a  place to live, several people  occupying campsites on municipal land near Brothers  Park were given 48 hours to  pack up and leave.  The work heing done at the  lab was contracted to two private laboratories, with the six  remaining provincial employees  heing responsible for analyzing  Ibe data Ihe two private labs  produced.  "It was something that had  never happened in North  America." Sandberg said, "every  oilier jurisdiction has its own  lab I put up Willi it for aboul  six months, until I realized that,  despite my protests to the senior  levels of government, nothing  was going to happen. The process was a total disaster"  Sandberg slid one private lab  look over acid rain analysis for  IIC and the other became responsible for checking their  work  "After aboul nine monlhs  (the iwo labs) participated in a  Study done by Ihe federal government to assess the qualily of  Iheir work," Sandherg recalled,  "The lab doing the analyses was  rated fifty-fifth out of 67 in  Canada and die overseeing lab  was sixty-fifth out of 67."  Sandberg said llie provincial  lab that was privatized bad  equipment worth S2 2^ million, ll was sold for $8.0.000  to the privale laboratory that  now analyzes IlC's rainfall.  According to Sandherg, a  large portion of the sulfuric acid  found in the Squamish area can  be attributed to the area's Iwo  pulp mills, a thought echoed by  Terry Jacks of Environmental  Watch  "Those two mills are 16 kilometres apart," Jacks said, "iheir  emissions Intermingle, that's  why the acid rain content is so  high in Howe Sound."  Squatters  evicted  A small group of squatters living in tents and trailers have  l>een evicted from Brothers Park  in Gibsons.  When interviewed by the  Coasl News, two members of  the group said they have no  money and no place to go.  A 17 year old girl, who is expecting a baby in five months,  said she bad not been able lo  get any help from Social  Services and Housing because  she is not old enough.  She said her boyfriend bad  just got a job. but il would take  ahoul Iwo weeks before they'd  have enough money for rent.  Dan Harden, another squatter,  declared he did nol intend to  leave  "They'll have to handcuff me  and take me away in the  wagon." he said angrily.  (iihsons planner Rob llucban  said llie action was taken because of complications involving liability insurance.  "The area has not been open  as a campsite for some time," he  said. "We gave them -8 hours  nolice."  Killam denied  development permit  mma atjmmm Mcf|Olftflf|  A recommendation will be  brought forward al die regular  meeling of the Regional Dislricl.  Ibis Thursday, dial die sewage  treatment plant iu Sechell be  taken over by die Municipality  of Sechell and die Set lull Indian  Governmeni Disirici (SKID)  Tlie move was discussed al  Festival panel discussion  'Coast News editor Cathrine Fuller is joined by Press editor Craig Spence and Leader editor Al  ���Price in a panel discussion at the Festival of the Written Arts. Sechelt Mayor Nancy MacLaity  'was moderator.  last week's Public Utilities  Committee (PIIC) meeting  Chairman Jim (iiimey proposed  lo the committee thai Inquiries  lie made to see whether Sechelt  and the si(ii) would be Interested in acquiring the ireatineni  plant  Director Gordon Wilson  stressed die urgent need for a  meeting wilh die three governments involved in die transaction and undertook to arrange  such a meeling.  The plain, located on Surfside  Circle in Sechelt, was lo have  been pan of a package deal  when sewage facilities were  transferred three years ago from  the Regional District lo the  newly formed Sewage  Commission, made up of two  members from Sechelt, two  from die SKiD and a non-voting  chairman from the Regional  Disirici.  Al die last moment, the treatment plant was withdrawn  from the agreement leaving Ihe  Sewage Commission wilh only  the collection function.  In a discussion with the Coast  News, Dob Wilson, Sechelt's  representative on the Regional  District, stressed that the proposed move was a logical solution to several sewage disposal  problems and said he expected  an amicahle agreement could he  reached between the three  governments.  An application hy Hayden  Killam lo develop Gospel Rock  has heen turned down hy  Glbson'8 Approving Officer.  Rob llucban announced at  lasl Tuesday's planning meeling  thai he had. acting in bis  capacity of Approving Officer,  turned down die application of  Killam's Valentine Land  Corporation (VLC) based on  whal he called "technical  reasons, nol political"  (iihsons Mayor Eric Small explained to the Coasl News that,  when acting as approving officer, llucban was under no obligation to bring Ihe matter to  council.  The VLC application, according to Small, was made about 2  months ago. probably before  VLC challenged the Town's  Official Community Plan in a  nc Supreme Court case which  is still pending.  llucban was insinu led by die  municipal lawyers not lo discuss the exact technical reasons  behind bis decision net lo allow  die developmeni, bin Eric Small  said Ibe Town's tree culling bylaw was a major factor.  linder Ibe iree culling bylaw, VLC cannot cm any trees  on die (iospel Rock property  until its development plan has  heen approved, and a special  permit issued.  A court decision on the  matter is expected in  September.  New waterfront park acquired  The Regional District has acquired property for a new waterfront park.  The half acre, $270,000 property was formerly owned by  Mrs Chaster, a well known Sunshine Coast pioneer. It is opposite the Bonniebrook Lodge in Area E.  "It was one of the last waterfront properties available,"  said Regional District director Jim Gurney.  The park will not be available for public use until some  time in January, 1992.  Correction  Last week we reported that Roland Fleischer, charged in  connection with the hit and run death of Vern Elliott on  November 20, 1989, would be standing trial on .September 4.  In fact, a trial date will be set on September 4, for Fleischer  to stand trial In the Supreme Court of British Columbia. A trip down racism lane  Coast News, August 19, 1991  3.  Apparently hitter and  resentful as a result of what Ive  perceived to be unfair  competition, a Coast  businessman recently lashed oul  publicly.  He did so in a repugnant and  racist manner I leave him to  reap the karmic whirlwind  sown by bis intemperate action  and hope lie deals creatively  with the consequences.  His vile statement occasioned  within me a lingering moment  of deja vu, a painful reunion  with a brief period of my past 1  could easily have done without.  In late-summer of 19S., we  moved from a tract home in  Aldershnt, Ontario to one in a  suburb of Dallas, Texas.. I was  an impressionable fourteen  year old and the dislocation was  wrenching and disorienting  Dallas was unlike anything we'd  known, insular and  xenophobic, and within a year  our folks reversed directions  and made for the relative sanity  of Ontario  At first. Dallas seemed wide  open and friendly The fried  chicken, biscuits and Iced tea al  Vounghloiid's were, as ihey say,  to die for, as were the burgers,  fries and root lieer in hosted  mugs served up at Hamburger  Heaven (Once we realized lhat  only whiles were served in such  establishments, we ate oul less  frequently.)  lly the time we touched  down at Love Field and moved  into our new home on Rotan  Lane, I had already been  touched by bigotry and  prejudice iu Canada, chiefly in  tlie form ol ami seniiiism (And.  by the hy, it sickened me  equally whether the person  delivering the slur knew I was  Jewish or not).  [lilt at fourteen I was colourblind and naive about such  mailers. When we were  growing up in North York, my  parents had made a practise of  taking into our family circle,  each September, a male foreign  student attending tlte University  of Toronto. They were mil  househoys or domestics, bul  received free room and hoard in  return for participating fully  within the family system.  For me and younger brothers  Kenny and Larry, these guys  were very real big brothers  who happened to he black or  yellow and hail from Japan,  Korea or Africa They were  family, that's all there was to it.  Prejudice is difficult. if not  impossible, under such  circumstances.  So as I cruised into my mid-  f  Incredibly  Efficient Plans  ^  ^  pan-abode  Cedar Homes of Distinction,  pro._y ann-unii. a new and exciting  Pan Portfolio for the 19Ws.  ess^Ou****1      CUL OR WHITE TOOSV  IB 'wtMiiMiiiiir^^^  UIIOiqtalRM  Richmond. I.C. VIW IH1 .,  niw.ni [wi-it-Tut        //.  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  teens, the attitudes regarding  bigotry and prejudice I had  taken on osmotic ally Ihrough  family and friends were, as far  as I knew, commonly shared.  Dallas kicked Ihe props out  from under that illusion - and  wasted precious little time doing il. Although then perched  warily on the cusp of the dawning of the so-called 'New South',  Dallas was rabidly racist, a segregationist's paradise  As we Shermans gradually  learned, the good folk of Dallas  haled everyone who wasn't like  them. This included, but was  hardly limited to. blacks,  Hispanics. Jews, Asians,  Catholics and any while who  would deign lo have anything to  do wilh the abovcnienlioned  categories.  One oppressively hot August  afternoon. I am in the midst of  an adventure of sorts, taking my  first bus ride to downtown  Dallas. I'm silling about two-  thirds of llie way hack, it's  standing room only, and I'm enthralled with the Texas drawls  filiating over and around me. 1  can't wail for my own drawl in  take shape.  Then I see her coming up the  aisle lowards me. trundling  more lhan walking, under Ihe  burden of iwo bulging shopping bags. She is very large, very  lired. very black 1 stand up to  offer her my seat. My fellow  riders react like members of an  exclusive club whose inner  sanctum is ahoul to lie breached  by a contaminant, A sharp, audible breath is drawn collectively The woman's sweaty face  reflects fear, lhanks, and a compelling stoic composure, She  quickly moves to tlie back of  die bus.  I suddenly realize the bus is  segregated, but have no time for  sociological musings. I am angry  and afraid, don't know what  exactly I've done, and don't  know what lo do nexl.  "Nigger lovin' Hide sono-  fahlich!" The man's words are  hissed more lhan burled, and I  am really scared. The whites onboard are favouring me with  chill waves of disapproving haired and it is all I can do lo keep  from pulling die cord and demanding in Ih- lei off As I stare  al the back of the seal in from of  me. I wonder whether nigger  lovers are larred and feathered  right along wilh die niggers  I don't recall telling anyone  aboul Ibis incident, bin the one  which ocenred less than a week  later shattered whatever reticence I harboured.  1 am on another Dallas bus.  this lime sealed up near the  driver for protection, We are  stopped momentarily al a corner, having just taken on a couple of passengers.  Shuffling footsteps oinside  make me turn and glance out  die window. A woman clutch-  A very special opportunity at the North Shore's  favourite inn has returned!  The complete package includes  ��� Cozy Park Royal I Intel room  ��� A bottle of bubbly on ice on arrival  ��� A five course gourmet dinner for two  ��� Complimentary morning newspaper  and coffee  Enjoyable, relaxed  atmosphere second lo none!  $150 for two  Situated on the beautiful Capilano River  Park Royal Hotel, 54(1 Clyde Avenue, West Vancouver  BC. V7T2J7 Fax9_6-_<)82 Tel: 926-5511  ing a shopping bag is running  hard for the bus, her face a  mask of fatigue. She is very  large, very black, and has probably jusl finished cleaning a  bouse she would not he allowed to own.  I am as relieved as I am  pleased that tlie driver is waiting  for her. It is hot as hell oul there  and she looks ready to drop.  Out the moment she is about  to step up onto the bus, the  driver guns the engine and takes  off. Spontaneous applause and  laughter from many of the white  passengers greets the sight of the  woman stumbling backwards  and sitting down heavily on the  curb. The driver grins and  makes a cocky little lip of his  cap million. The blacks are an  inscrutable wall of impassivity  and I wonder why they don't  rush ihe driver aiid heat him to  death. It's what I want to do.  Looking hack. I wonder why  we never heard in Aldershnt  what filings were really like in  Dallas Hell, nobody even  talked about it in Dallas. It was  this giant nprn secret, a festering  wound everyone could smell  hut nobody would do anything  lo clean up.  Hey mister Coast businessman, thanks for the memory.  Ever been to Dallas? Of  course you have. It's really just a  stale of mind.  SPCA MEWS  THE  TWILIGHT  ZONE CAT  A long way from home, this  eight to 12 year old super-affectionate female tabby was  found lost in the (Iihsons  area. It is believed she already has a home and is  waiting for her owners to  show up, hut if you have an  interest In this little beauty,  call the SPCA at 88.-4771.  _.  South African  considerations  A niece of mine is (or was)  (imhiidsmaii al the University of  Toronto. One day a black  student came inlo her office  with a complaint. He was. he  said, the nephew of lliilhelezi.  (Ihief of all die Zulus of Soulh  Africa. His complaint was thai  women librarians in the  university library were wearing  I shirts saying "Down wilh Soulh  Africa".  His uncle lie said, die Chief,  IN A NUTSHELL  S. Nutter  was a strong backer of the  government of Soulh Africa, and  so whal was Liz going lo do  about it. Liz. said she would  sleep on il. Her father, my  brolher. happened to Ik- in  town al the time and she asked  his opinion and he asked mine  We phoned the Soulh African  High ( oiniiiissioner's olfice We  didn't know lliilhelezi from  llulawango.  "Oh." Ihey said, "the Chic! "  They didn't know his first  name. They always called him  'the Chief. And yes he backed  die government and brought his  six million Zulus along behind  him.  Well, we had the  conventional Canadian noiion  that if you were black and in  Soulh Africa you just had lo lie  against the government, so whal  was this? Six million Zulus is a  lol ol people How many of  ihem, altogether are there'  Philip ended up suggesting lo  Liz that she advise die nephew  of the chief of die Zulus lo wear  a I shirt saying "Dp wilh Soulh  Africa" Whether he did or mil I  have no idea.  There are the usual  considerations aboul Ibis Is It  so' And if so, as il seems, how  come our media don'l tell us  ahoul it? Do ihey think we anion dumb lo handle the  complexities of die real world?  There have heen some very  good writers in and from Soulh  African and there is no way we  shouldn't know the toughness.  and humour and variety of die  people there.  One person I knew from  there was Noel Langley lie  came from Durban on the east  coast. Ile wrote a novel called  There's a Porpoise Close  Behind Me, and this gin him to  London. There be wrote a  couple of plays and was ollered  a 'contract he could not refuse"  to go and write in Los Angeles.  lie really hated Los Angeles.  Tliey five like pigs" be said He  was no sort ofMelbmlisi. bin he  had, when you came down to  It, a really towering moral  sense. He called up his old  school sweetheart from I Indian  and had a number of children  in quick succession. Ilui ihere  was no way mil of the contract.  Hitler found a way, and  Chamberlin and Churchill  Almost to die minute of die war  starting he Informed the  producers in LA thai his country  called ile whipped up  complete with Tillie and the  kids and joined die navy.  When I niel him he was  Information Officer al  Cornwallis. a large Canadian  naval base in Nova Scotia, in the  Digby basin I was doing an odd  job lilt-re attached to a  submarine, lie used income  along, sometimes with Tillie,  and jaw into the early morning  lie bad a farm along ihe coasl  and a good maritime gal whose  principle job was lo see thai the  kids didn't fall inlo the well  We had a New Zealander  with us. son of die bishop of  Aiikland. and we would sil  around, of course, discussing  the world at large Noel's Soulh  African Input, even then, made  il clear lhat ihis was a country  with problems none oi the rest  of us bad.  Apart of my family bad established in Kenya After llie  war. and with die troubles  Ihere, ihey moved Id Australia.  They didn't like ii. in comparison to Kenya, bul Ihey bought a  farm and Ihey called il Tlluim'.  'I Ilium' is ihe Kikuyu word  for peace, and peace is whal  everybody there has heen  praying for. Ilui we can't make  il right? We have in have il all  our own way? Their side and  our side?  The Zulu chief, whose lirst  name I still don't know, is no  better lhan us or any Afiikaaner.  lluthclczi won't budge When  we Ihink of Soulh Africa il  would be nice if we tried In  Ihink around Ihe whole of die  problem.  KALfTIRE  UNDER  NEW  MANAOEMtNl  UNDER  NEW  MANAQEMEN1  IS NOW  DESIGNATED INSPECTION FACILITY  Coma i. unit  Roy R David  Dickson  and Inks  atlvanliiflfi  (if (Iill  WHEEL BALANCE  with Purchase ol new lires  // me sell it...we giidranlee it'  SUNCOAST TIRE & ___f/^  MECHANICAL LTD -__���_-_'  5633 Whart Rd.,  Sechelt 885-7927  good/year  C  oast  obbler Ltd.  Shoe Sales. Repairs & Accessories  NOW FEATURING  A Full Line Of  Workboots &  Ladies' Redwings  Comfort & Dependability  ��� Trusted For Generations  5584 - Unit 3, lluv  101, Sechelt  (Aims Prom Big Mac's)  885-6393  OPEN TUESDAY TO SATURDAY. 9:00 AM Til 5:OQ PM  NEW MIATA SPORTS CARS  -,V\.  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Mailing's resentment (unleashed al the Written Arts Festival)  was directed at all "fringe groups", hut be slammed native  Canadians (specifically llie Oka Mohawks) and environmentalists whom, he averred, receive far more media coverage and  credibility than ihey warrant  There is no doubt that pressure groups, of all stripes constantly attempt to gain maximum access lo the media by his  own definition any individual or group seeking media exposure  i.s involved in manipulation ipso facto Would Mailing countenance regulations or controls, the erosion of free speech, in order to help the media cope with so-called "manipulation'"  Doubtful, considering Mailing's delight in promoting himself  as a media maverick  Tonnes of faxed press releases from every conceivable manner of pressure group (fringe and mainstream) deluge newspapers each week, representing ihe dubious sacrifice of whole  mountainsides worth of limber All this lo keep people informed Interestingly enough, given Mailings' fears regarding  pressure groups, ihe groups most relentless and wasteful of the  woods and llie words, by far. are governmental in nature. (Tlie  Ministries responsible for the environment heing major offenders )  For all his lough posturing, however. Mailing was nol prepared lo so much as advocate the withholding of media coverage of "staged* events While admitting inequities in aboriginal  life in Canada, he challenged die media lo lake a more "positive"  approach lo such issues.  "Show me a reservation lhat works, where good things are  happening. I'd like to cover that," Mailing proclaimed.  Had this intrepid investigative journalist only raised bis eyes  above his rhetoric and taken a stroll from Rockwood down  Cowrie, he would have found nol a "reservation*, bin an Indian  baud administrating their own government, and doing a pretty  damn line job of il.  Ilui Mailing, like many slick self-promoters, is more concerned wilh the sound of his own words than of actually following through on whal he says.  When the Sechell Maud was brought to his attention .Mailings'  response was -Why don't you send in a story proposal? We'll  consider it"  As long as there is journalistic laziness, expediency and llie  lust for readership and ratings, the cheap and easy story, handcrafted and spoon-fed to the media, will continue to dominate  information outlets At Ihe moment, il appears to be a fact of  life, an important one lo bear in mind when trying to make  sense out of THE NEWS.  Forethought appreciated  ll had to happen. Roberts Creek Daze, Ihe last of the  Sunshine Coast summer festivals, has come and gone, and  September is just around the corner. Parents up and down Ibe  Coast are flocking to llie stores, a school supply list clutched in  their hands, praying they're early enough to get one of the required half and half hooks, or the right kind of glue. It's a  nightmare, and an expensive one at that!  At least une school, however, has taken the parents' plight  into account Al the conclusion of the last school year, instead  of sending home a list from the child's future teacher, Roberts  Creek Elementary School asked thai each child come to the lirst  day of school wilh $20. to pay for the year's school supplies.  This intelligent approach addresses several problems: overall  costs are reduced by purchasing in quantity; each teacher ensures that his or her students have the right equipment and,  when ihe proper type of paper or notebook needs replacing in  the middle of the year, the school has them on band. In some  instances this will save parents a trip to Vancouver solely to  purchase the one item.  Sometimes all il takes is a little forethought to make people's  lives a lot easier We commend Ihe school administrators who  have had Ihe common sense to do this  Quick to condemn  A lew months ago. when < intarin's NDP government brought  down ils budget, Socred scaremongers (led by Ihe party's  financial doyen. Mel Couvelier) cried "chaos and catastrophe ",  beginning their campaign of Hob Rae and Nl)l> scapegoallng.  These opportunistic voices seeking to exploit public fears  might wind up modifying or eliminating ibis strategy Now that  the dust in (Iniario has had a chance lo settle, it appears thai Ibe  budget may nol have been the rash an perceived lo Ik- hy some.  Aside from thai, il is always distasteful lo watch people  gleefully attempting lo profit from others' (apparent) misfortune,  NEWS ITEM:  Supreme Court rules in favor of Ottawa's itthf to  cap welfare transfer payments...  "the cap results in a 'very substantial' shift in  the tax burden" ��� Premier Rita Johnston  WELFARE  LINE?  NAW.  MIDDLE-CLASS  TAXPAYERS!  I DON'T  THINK YOU  CAN PAY VOUR  TAXES WITH  FIREWOOD.  ik  Written in Halifax Harbour,  August 14, 1991.  It is really Iwo weeks since I  wrote anything that appeared in  the Coasl News A malfunction  in a fax transfer from the (iaspe  Peninsula sel die resourceful  staff of the Sunshine (toast's  oldest and lx-st newspaper  scurrying to an alternative piece  I had still to he used if  necessary,  I have learned a lol, 1 think,  in Ihe two weeks since we left  Quebec City.  ( biilly I have learned lhat  my awareness of litis vast and  beguiling country is much more  limited than I knew, because I  had lived in Montreal, in the  Yukon, in the Crowsnesl Pass,  and on the West Coast, 1 fancied  I had some grasp of die sweep  and grandeur, the diversity and  richness lhal is Canada. An  illusion folks, another damned  illusion  In the past two weeks, across  a consciousness harried lo  sustain the images, have danced  astonishing glimpses of this  adopted country of mine never  met and never imagined.  From the aged charm of  Quebec City we circled the Ile  d'Orleans in the middle of the  St. Lawrence River, followed die  north shore of die Si Lawrence  as far as advisable, given that  much of it is ablaze with forest  lires this summer, then crossed  from Si Simeon to Riviere des  Loup on a 4 . minute ferry trip  which included full course  meals served by a waitress at a  counter, had a bar for those so  inclined, and a crowded lounge  where tv played and an earnest  and erudite young Quebecker  lectured and answered  questions on die whales lhat  could Ih- seen in the Cull of St.  Lawrence.  Tlie soulh shore of die Gulf  of St Lawrence soon becomes  die north shore of ihe (iaspe  Peninsula and die sweeps of  mighty coastline dolled with  A brave old world,  newly seen  MUSINGS  John Burnside  picturesque and beautifully kepi  seaside villages are etched as  another aspect of Canada, never  known by ihis Canadian  ���       In Fortllon National Park we  walked ihe last four kilometres  through a speudour of wild  flowers in Land's End and gazed  out to the unseen land masses of  Newfoundland and Europe.  At low tide on the (iaspe  south shore we clambered oul  lo and almost around the huge  pierced rock which gives Perce  its name - trillions of Ions of  vertical fossil laden limestone  wilh a hole, four-fifths of the  way out lo sea. with die  dimensions of a cathedral's  basilica.  Along the soulh shore of ibe  (iaspe we drove to Miguasha.  Quebec where another IS  minute fern ride look us lo  New Ilrunswick  lust before die ferry tenninal  in ibis remote part of Quebec  we went ihrough die village of  New (.irlisle, birthplace of Ihe  late, distinguished premier,  Rene Levesque.  Levesque's village was  described as largely English  speaking and Loyalist: the  village before il was Masque.  whose fishermen combed the  Gulf of St, Lawrence for whales  long Ix-fore the French and Ibe  English came there; immediately  after Levesque's village we  passed a village of Acadian... We  pondered how oul of Ibis  clustered diversity could come a  separatist premier.  Into New Ilrunswick, and  now we have Ihe settlements of  Fran's foreIx-arcrs lo look up in  die Scottish Colonies in die  North East of die province.  Down the Kinture Road and we  find Ibe Hide church where  Fran's greal aunt played die  organ and where greal uncles  names appear among the fallen  of the First World War. We say a  few words and spare a few  thoughts for the hardy and die  hopeful who have gone Ix-fore  and without whom we would  not he.  These were of Highland  stock driven from Iheir lands to  make way for sheep and sent in  Iheir tens of thousands, often lo  had land in a new counirv.  Many died, but many survived  and their offspring are not the  leasl of the si rands in this  variegated Canadian cloth,  Near ihe site of the old  church and Ihe older school we  see a heaver silling  incongruously at the side of the  road.  In the Soulh West comer of  New Ilrunswick we visit with  constable M. M. Vaughan. alias  in a previous life Manuaue from  Rolierts Creek, the Coast News  bookkeeper and a principal  shareholder yet With Monique.  as she is now known, we visit  Pennfield Ridge where the fogs  of die Day of Fiindy bedevilled a  young navigational inslnictor  called Nutter in the early days of  the Second World War.  Ah, the incredible Hay of  Fiindy. lhat funnel shaped  manifestation which scoops a  great reach of ocean tide and  narrows il deeper and deeper  inlo die bay until al Saint John  we have die Reversing Falls -  falling one way when die tide is  mil and another when the tide  is coining iu; Ibe lidal bores -  one lo be viewed in llie middle  of Moncion - where at a point  of high tide a cresting wave  sweeps up the river and behind  il pours the tide totally reversing  Ihe direction of the river flow;  Ihe incredible rocks at Cape  Hope well near Fiindy National  Park, among whose giant  flower pot shapes ikies ranging  in height lo almost .11 feet can  lx- measured.  All Ihis and so much more.  The ferry ride to Grand Manan  Island in rijc middle of the Day  of Fiindy with porpoises by the  score leaping and swooping on  both sides of the boat: die racks  and racks of drying herring in  die smokehouses on Grand  Manan Island, musl of them  destined for markets iu the  Caribbean,  And wilh it all the unforced  natural warmth of the  Maritimes. the residents of  Atlantic Canada. Ibis brave old  world new seen.  We arrive al the historic and  spectacular old port of Halifax  in the middle of an International  Dusker Festival of astounding  variety and qualily. A harried  businessman is overheard saying  he has to take the laic flight out  for there isn't a single room to  be had in Halifax. The charm of  Atlantic Canada may lx- new to  me but is obviously well-known  to others.  LETTERS  Accountability at  election time  Editor's Note A copy of the  following was received for  puhlicatioii.  Mr llruce Strachan  Minister of Health  Parliament buildings  Victoria, DC  I am writing to you  concerning die budget thai you  are providing for our local bus-  pilal ��� Si Mary's located in  Sechell As the Minister of  Health you are responsible for  providing Ibis facility with die  necessary funding to operate,  How, in all good conscience,  can you penuii this lo happen'  I am wondering WHY Ihe  pioneers of our i.immunity art-  being held hostage in our  crumbling health care system?  As a family member of an elderly patient in a long term care  facility, I feel betrayed. We  misted our health care system to  provide a needed service lo our  loved one And you and your  government have seen fit to  hold back die bare necessities.  hi Ihe past I have received  your full color printed  newspaper that shows all of Ibe  grants thai are being given out  bin I ask sou. do you mil have  any priorities' Is mil health care  one nl Ihem'  I'niil recently I have been  proud of our health care system  in IK I wish ynu lo know, lhat  al election lime, you and your  associates will he held  accountable for your actions, by  myself, and ihe many others  wlio are very dissatisfied with  die situation we find ourselves  in  Janice Edmonds  Volunteers affect  environment  Editor:  On behalf of Pitch-In liritish  Columbia we would like lo  lhank all nf the individuals.  community groups, businesses,  industries and municipal governments thai supported iwi's  Pitch-In Week campaign We  also lhank Ihe DC Ministry of  die Environment and numerous  local governments for Iheir financial support which allowed  ibe campaign to proceed  lhanks in Ihe effort* of 61..  volunteer coordinators and  900.04-) volunteers, more than  1,600 projects were undertaken  iu l"H communities across die  province . Donated labour  reached Ihe $10 . million  mark, amounting lo $HS contributed for every S\ spent on  organizing the Pitch-In Week  campaign.  In DC. of die projects undertaken, .... per cent recycled  waste collected while .8 per  cent sorted garbage inlo recyclable and noiirecyclable waste  lo show people what can lx* recycled.  While Pitch-lu llrilisli  Columbia realizes that picking  up our garbage is nol Ihe only  const  Tht SufM-kw CoMt Nfl��f H looMy twrwd  era puM-hod on ihe Sunthfr- Com. B.C.  miy Monday by Qn*- p,ooi Ltd... Boi  ��0, GfeMK. B.C., VON IVO, (604) _M-____,  FAX (604| .86-77-5; SooMt Orfco,Boi 66.  Soc-.ll. B.C. (604) 165.300, EdHO-H (604)  865-38-0. FAX (6041865-3154.   0fflC9 RMMQOf  EdHor  Tho lunonldo coon Horn �� pmoaoil Oy  ����Wr_rit IM lopmOucKn or any pal��II by  onymoorjli pro-MM urtw, eamissmlt  "��*. * -01 MtwM Iron GlaMord p-m lb,  Moor af mo copyright. Subicnption mm  Cono0o-1yoo,-l35.6 _��.._��; Fomgn. yoof  too. Socona cini um lya-, Sm  JimDividion  Anno Thomson  Cothrino Fufer  Rom -K-otjon  Stuart B-rrudo  answer lo the environmental  crisis now facing our planet, we  sincerely Ix-lieve dial campaigns  such as Pitch hi Week promote  environmental awareness, force  us lo look al llie implications of  our throw-away habits and  make us realize dial each one of  us conn Unites to, and is rcspon  sible for. cleaning up die environmental problems which exist in our communities loday  We truly appreciate the efforts of all Ibe volunteers and  funding that help make Pitch-In  Week nol only possible, bin ihe  largest environmental participation campaign in llie province.  Thanks again'  Pilch-ln llrilisli Columbia  Stella Jo Dean, Chairman  .Cafe racers  headed for trouble  Editor:  Till*, letter is directed to die  rider of an unknown high flying  cafe  racer who continually  comes down Pratt Road from  Ihe highway in speeds I estimate  to lx* in excess of HO miles per  hour 1 can hear the hike and hy  Ihe time it passes the end of my  driveway (approximately two  blocks from the highway) it's a  blur  I hope you and oilier, that  ride these high powered hikes  read ihis. It's just like Russian  roulette. One of these days  someone will pull oul of iheir  driveway or side road and you  will slice Ihrough them like  butler, killing or badly injuring  an innocent person  If you don't care about your  own life (as you obviously  don't) al least respect others If  you Ihink your fancy, flashy full-  face helmet will save you.  you're brain dead before you  even put it on.  A note lo you hoys with cutoffs and tee-shins on. one good  spill and a good case of road  rash, you'll wise up.  I have ridden hikes a fair  number of miles, all types and  sizes, and enjoy them. The  majority of bikers ride with a  lillle common sense, but it's you  guys wilh these high living cafe  racers that make a bad name for  bikers and drive Ibe insurance  rales up  So read Ibis and ihink about  il all and slow down.  Ilrian E McMauus  Honesty valued  Editor:  I wish to express my  gratitude lo the person who  found and turned in a gold cross  ai the Festival or ihe Written  Arts.  How wonderful it was to  experience Ibis kind of special  Sechelt honesty My cross was  of greal personal value.  Thank you.  Paula M. (ioulet  More letters  on page 16.  omcosuft  Contr-Hi_n(  WiMra,Ar-**  MaryRogore  John _*���-. Otn_o  Shtrrruvi, M Rogor.  JinS*i*��.J��*it  Platan, ElaWimor.  BiRogoni  QDtoni: Kim Cum*,  D** Grant  Sad**: Ru* Fom-ttor  John Bum*-*, S.Nutttr.  Pour .room. J.M. Shocmm,  I  M Banting, Gootg* Coopor.  Jontoo sjsssMon. Ruth  Forrotur. UurUM So*.  Out Pfrqr, Maigam WM.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  Tumor. Mark Bo-ton. John                ^^^^                       "                     -^^gg^m-  rtekm ���   , m m m.* -ilOM-llil    I Coast News, August 19 1991  5.  COMMUNITY  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  f ROBERTS CREEK  These two kids found the marvels of the deep right at hand at Armour's Beach.  Stuart Burnside photo.  IGEORGE IN GIBSONSI  to aaorit Cupar, m-mo  There are so many of us who  will always remember Les  Peterson with fondness and respect  There are the students of  English literature over his many  years in Elphinstone Secondary  who called him, with familiar  respect, "Mr, Pete"; fellow  teachers and other friends, and  his family who admired bis  kindliness, bis scholarship, and  that light touch of ironic humour; those who have been  moved hy his sensitive reflective  poems; those who rejoice al his  persistent concern lo record the  past times of our region - both  of the Sechelt Nation and of the  life of Ihe while pioneers.  ViVe owe you so much, Les.  At a retirement party for Les  in his home in 198.., (he had  already been confined to a  wheelchair for seven years) fellow teacher, Dca Rankin, recalled that students always said  they gained abiding interest in  literature from his teaching.  A former student added, "Les  always understood what it is  like to be an adolescent kid. He  always related so well with us  students."  At that gathering the students  presented Les wilh a hurl clock  made by retired colleague, Clue  Day, and Janice Edmonds, for  die school hoard, presented him  with a carving by Native artist,  Jim Yellon  Elphinstone grads of 1961  did not have the pleasure of Les'  presence at Iheir reunion this  past June, but Les did send a letter full of good humour and  sage advice: "If hair turned  while indicates wisdom," the  letter said. "I am nol then wise -  my hair is still only a mousey  gray, but students, strive to re-  lain a positive skepticism towards questions that continually  confront you...Try for answers  that lead to wisdom ���- in Ihe  sense of richness and maturity  in life."  He was a boy of six when  events forced his parents to  abandon their homestead in Ihe  Cape Scott region, and age 12  tic 13 when be returned with  his mother and younger brothers for a nostalgic sunimer visit.  These memories planted the  seed that led years later to his  thoroughly researched The  Cape Scott Story - a book to  which Doug Dickson, a  (iibsons author, and at one time  commanding officer of RCAF  Station at llolherg. contributed  the final chapter.  Each of Les Peterson's hooks  is painstakingly researched;  each a reflection of his understanding and deep interest in die  subjects. ()nce the Sechell elder,  Dasil Joe, realized Les's sincere  interest in the Sechelt people, be  took Les and boatman Jack  (iooldnip up the Inlet to see the  bomesiles of his ancestors.  Then, with llie permission of  oilier elders, he told Les of ancestral lore never before divulged lo a white man.  "Les recorded our ancient  legends and beliefs that were  gelling losl as our oral tradition  faded away with changes in our  lives," said (lilben Joe, "and we  are grateful to him for that."  Chief Tom Paul, a former  Elphinstone student in Les'  classes, was one of the two  Hand members who spoke at  the memorial service for Les  held in the chapel of the  University hospital in  Vancouver.  Those who do the hours of  volunteer work in the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum  remember Les as the one who  first collected artifacts and  grimly persevered, along wilh  others, until at last a building  was provided lo bouse die evergrowing collection.  Hi years of illness did not  quench his quiet kindly spirit,  and we can well remember his  passing in his own words from  -lis poem, Night:  Day's weary watch is  through...  Sleep comes.lo place the  crown nf peace on everything.  Give the 'gift of life'  The long hot days of summer  are difficult days for the  Canadian Red Cross Society's  blood Donor Program.  Attendance drops at  blood  donor clinics, but ihe demand  for blood remains the same. As  some people begin planning vacations and enjoying the great  outdoors, many remain behind  J&J SPECIALTY YARD CARE AND WINDOW  CLEANING - REASONABLE RATES/RELIABLE  Pressure Washing      ��� Landscaping  ��� Fence Building      C||p c   ? -Yard Clearing  ��� Turf Laying \, j ^        h I -Lawn Mowing  ��� Gutter ^UIWO^^J "General  Cleaning         ^"^ \a*i'\Si___��' Repairs  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  Vou Think of it - We can do it  Call 885-7517 Anytime for Estimates  .<���[,- ������..:���::>���:���;::.~~ ���  Starting Thursday, August 22  ;     rrr-  Org-anic  Veggies  oP low, low prices!  VARIETY        FOODS  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  *��! ,  SPECIALIZED  MOVING ~  SERVICES  ��� Custom packing  & crating  dk   rf?r  Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Puking, Storigt, Local _ Long Distinct Moving  HWY. 101, QIBSONS   ^ggaSSr   886-2664  in hospital, depending nil tlie  generosity of fewer donors to  give tlie precious gift of life,  blood. Willi fewer blood  donors there is always the risk  of blood shortages  "We are asking people to  pack a bag - a blood bag - before they leave for Iheir summer  vacation," says Len Lifclnis,  Director of blood Donor  Recruit ment. Lifclnis pointed  out thai the combination (if extended periods of sunny hoi  days and long-weekend holidays  makes collecting adequate supplies of blood especially difficult.  The actual donation lakes  approximately ten minutes and  the remaining lime is needed for  registration, an interview wilh a  registered nurse, a brief recovery period and refreshment-.  The average person has  between 4.5 to 5.4 litres (III to  12 pints) of blood in iheir body  Only .50ml (one pint) from  each donor is required, which  is quickly replaced by die body  with no ill effects,  If you are in good health, between 17 and 71 years of age  (first lime donors are eligible lo  age 60), weigh more lhan .5.3  kilos (one hundred pounds)  and are nol on any medication  (there are a few exceptions),  you are probably eligible In donate blood.  If you are unsure of your  eligibility, please call the Red  Cross Nursing Department al  877*7809 (in Vancouver) or  come lo one of ihe clinics and  speak to Ihe screening nurse lie  sure to.have a substantial meal  within four hours prior to donating and bring identification if  you are a first time donor.  Tlie Red Cross realizes dial in  the summer it is difficult to  make time to donate blood, hut  It only takes about 4S minutes  and you could be saving a life,  .'lease keep die blood banks full  by donating at ihe Royal  Canadian Legion, Wharf Street,  Seclielt DC, on September ..,  1991 between the hours of 3  and 8 nm.  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  WORKI...SEEPAGE 17  -If  Janice  Lolghtan,  111-3541  A second hearing to discuss a  rezoning application has been  scheduled because new information regarding access was received after die first public hearing This Thursday. Augusi 22 at  7 pm at the Sunshine Coast  Regional Hoard Room located at  the Royal Terraces building,  5477 Wharf Road, the second  public hearing will be held lo  give die public the opportunity  to respond.  The Pilch 'n' Pull access  plans are lo develop Porter  Road, an undeveloped, designated road jusl soulh of the  property between Maskel and  Joe Roads Although the Pitch 'n'  Pun will develop only as much  of Porter Road as necessary, the  road easement extends over Joe  Smith Creek, a source of waler  in Ihe area Traffic would be  channeled further down Maskel  Road. The possibility of Porter  Road going through lo Joe Road  leaves residents on Joe Road  concerned about Iralfic  If you would like lo respond  and can't make Ihe meeling.  wrile the Regional Dislricl al  Ilox -MM). Sechell VON .At) (Fax  '885-7909) or call -HS-__6I  Any written responses will Ive  read at the hearing.  SC I All FAIR  The Sunshine Coasl Fall Fair  is Salurday. September 14 at the  Kinsman's Hall in Dougal Park.  The fair includes vegetables,  Ilowers, crafts, food, and entertainment, and features ibe  "(ireat Zucchini Contest".  Rolicns Creek is requested to  participate by arranging a representative communily display  tahle A table has been reserved  and an award lor die best display will be given If interested,  call me, Janice (HSd-.v .11) For  oilier inquiries call Lilian  Kunstler (Ht-VWiSH).  Call Now!  National Franchise  Opportunities Available  Retail Bay Sizes 600 sq. ft. PLUS  JOIN  * Wool worths * IGA Plus * Sears  For Information call Cheryl MacKenzie  1 -876-3199  Pride ol the World - Mix -I      *] {%  iced tea .-.,,,�� 1. f 9  Dole ��� Slices o\     AA  pineapple ... m 1 .Ua  imperii Corned A    >*% A  beef 340am fc.iy  Pride ol the World (%(\  marshmallows ����� .99  OPAL Cteom Sly- ft ft  corn Homi .Oy  IDEAL Kernel ft ft  corn mi., .09  peas .9. mi ��� I 9  Quota,Coofn Crunch ft    Aft  cereal ��.33  Pride ol the World  Squeeie at      PA  mustard -,   1.09  Christies TrlKUit Snack etM      sf\ t^k  crackers �����.��� 1.99  DADS Chocolate Chip ft     ft f\  cookies ��.���,��� ....09  Dogs Delight Assfd m* *%  dog food 425em .0*3  Puu 'n' Boots Asst'd P A  CatfOOlL 4.5sm   .09  IVMton. Wonder  -.1-/6.. Whole Wheel OO  bread s?...., .99  Aut'd German Rye _l       PA  bread ����� 1.09  Freshly Baked Mini  Appk/Cherry/Lemon/Bluebeny A A  struedel �� .99  Niogro Orange AA  juice 34i m, .99  Bird, Eye ft     at ft  cool whip L. I 9  Dairyland 2% A     A A  milk .: -C.U9  .Swill Style  All Sues & Flavours *| A t%/       AFI"  yogurt     IU 70  UH"  m  , ,   ���   *   *   �� ���- 6. Coast News. August 19, 1991  fHALFMOON HAPPENINGS!  Looking  ahead  to Fall  by   Ruth  Forrester,  885-2418  v... thai wt mx .i;.i__vu\  ilinmi*!. Aujiusi n will SIMM Ih-  lilitt lor llu \annus |tfiHtps aiul  iir^nixatkHis hi uri started tm  ilu ir tall .mil winter events So  iii'it't loiAitt to ptve me ������ imII  with miui starting date attd l��na  linn, so il tan be .mnuiiiu nl  well in ailvaiur nl rtiiisii.ition  times Yott can usualh reach mj  iuhuIhi in ilu- evening  RACK NOME  VPe   were   nm   ihe   nnlj  ll.illinniiti Hav people who it  .. utl> spent some lime in  si ni lain I AihIi.-w ami Alison  Steele have just returned .hut  r.pendlii)t a mouth where Ihe)  [itiiied ni .1 mt\ special eel-  i In a i i< ni Amhtu \ umiher.  Mrs Jessie Steele who resides ai  Roadmeetiugs Hospital in  Lanark, had her loiuh liirilutay.  ami |imimfi the IcMiu- occasion  w.Tt hef lour ihiUlrm. six ol"  her is Krantlchi-dreii ami 22  Ureal ���graitdcttiUlrrn. two ��l  whom were Irom ( anada ll  was a momentous occasion.  ami contra I illations trom  Itucklngham Palace were  among ihe 7U _anls received  SMCBUflSlAV  Joop lluqtfijoi. nl Ihe  Sargeants H..\ Sotiei) re|M��rted  an exciting event thai took place  last week m ilu- h.o \ lish ladder construction measuring  some 21 u*ei was transported  Irom Hallmoon l.;.\ lo Sargeants  hav where it \\ ta put in place to  allow salmon lo spawn again  Irom llu- original creels which  tul to an uplaiul water Tlie  creek had lurn destroyed over  the years hui has lurn cleaned  "in in preparation tor tlu-  salmons' homecoming  GOOD NEWS  ii was gooii io hear ihai  i omiie Honks ol RednatiTs has  Come home trom hospital in  Vancouver {tntnie gave us all  quite ;i inghi when h was ills-  covered lhat her lieari was  hullv in need ot attention  However, some fast work,  thanks to tut local doctor, saw  to ii dial Connie is much heller  now Hul - lake il easy Connie -  we all know \ou do too much.  so watch il All our Ixsl wishes  go wilh vou  * MEAT FESTIVAL  Lois ot congratulations are  due to all those volunteers who  made the Ninth leslival yel another success  I nloiinnately yours truly  was laid up lor ihose particular  days wilh a mtserahle summer  cold and uttahle hi ���nteiul even  one event Mm Irom all reports,  il v\as another greal festival  While on the subject ol  writers, the Suncoast Writers'  Forge will he hosting a Life  Writing Course, one Sunday a  month with instructor Dr  Michele Hired ( onery dead of  North Island < ollege English  Department Tlie course will he  Irom Sepiemher lo June and  ihere are soil three spaces available lor the class which is limited 111 is  II yuu Would like lurther  Information on this interesting  .course please call 886-712H  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community   Programming  Coast Cable 11  Thursday  Aug  22,1 Ml  6:30  pm  Gibsons   Sea   Cavalcade  lly request Coasl ( able 11 is happy m repeal coverage nf ihis  \c.lls Sea Cavalcade beginning Willi lull Coverage III lilt Miss  (iihsons papain llu programme continue., with highlight ol  other events lhal look plan- over ihe weekend Including Muddy  Hill's nj anil some nl llie liurese riding events (nasi table I I's  coverage also Inclniles lull coverage ol ihe loot Sea Cavalcade  Parade. II you lllisscil ihis years Sea Cavalcade ilnu'l miss Ihis  pri igrantinc "  This Community Television     SOUTH COAST FORD  Schedule courtesy ot: 885-3281  SUMMER SPECIAL  y  'Katfiie's Tfectrofysis  'ERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL  In home - Private - Relaxing- Personal touch  Call for your complimentary 15 minute treatment  and consultation.  ROBERTS CREEK 88M(.1H>  TR  NOTICE  a*t  BOARD  UBRARIES  (iihsons & Dislricl  I'uhlic 1 ilu an  Hours:  rues  ') It)...pm  Will  '1 HI .pill  lllllls  12 W-ttpiii  Sal  '1 111-Spill  STORVriMKi             Weil llkim  Sechelt  I'uhlic Library  Hums:  li_s  III s(l-4plll  Weds  lfl:_n-l|WI  Tliur.  III t0-7pin  In  l-.|UH  S.h  III .-Mnni  Xii  lisitijiiiiiit-$2pei mn  1  <.,i,in I'citml -. liri-V  LtHtn i  Limn ��� to Ik'iiLs (mils 2 unci  thr  nines ��� loc/ul /wi lawk  SjtMJSC |,no['|\1Bf\ll HAV MAI.I.  EVENTS BV DATE  Salurday S Sunday, August 24131  Aitisls and ciaftspeople will be displaying  their handmade ilems liom 10:00am lo  400pm al Ihe lown parking lotl nexl lo  Variety Foodss in Gibsons Landing. There are  sltll spaces available loi display. Call nancy at  Richards 886-2116  July 27 - Aug. 31  The Friends of Caien aie ollering Iree  guided tours in the old growth loiest of the  FURTHER MARKDOWNS  on all remaining Kitchen & Bathroom accessories.  'Bathroom towels, vanity sets, soaps, oils,  curtains, rings & Oars  'Xitcften utensils, pots, pans,glasses,  boii'fs & eannisters  MUST BE CLEARED OUT  BY SATURDAY, AUGUST 31  TOTAL SyoC'KL'QSLI'DWTlOJt  Come in soon for best choices  SUNSHI  KITCHENS  M*y 101. <**����� (U*�� kvdO.  I_.il Crccnall of Redrooffs Road takes a breather from tending his crops tliirii-K l��-t week's  balmy weather. Jan Michael Sherman pholo  IEGM0NT NEWS  by Dixie Pwcy  Here we are, iwo ihirils of  the way ihrough summer :uul il  hardy seems lo have visited us  al all Well, no lime lo wail for  Ihe rest of it lo pass In. especially now lhal ihe hlackhcrrics  arc ripening on ihe hush Ml  along the roadside people will  he daintily foraging ihrough llie  killer prickles, tilling their lulls'  huckels with ihe Iruii nf one of  ihe must unpopular weeds  around.  pioposed __chelt Peninsula Upland Park eveiy Saluiday liom July 27 to August 31.  Interested wilderness enthusiasts can meet  lo car pool al the Wildlile Rehabilitation  Centie (2 km north ol Tiout Uke on Hwy  101) at 11 am Carry a picnic lunch and join  the lun. Info: 883-2807 or 885-7143.  Augusi 21, 28  700 pm. 'Newly Clean . Sober- ��� support  group; need lo be al leasl 24 hr. clean.  Action: Alcohol and Drug Counselling Sociely  ollice (56B6 Dolphin Street. Sechelt). For  inlormation call 885-5680.  August 19  Sunshine Choristers begin a new season on  Monday, August 19 at 7:30 pm in St. Hilda's  Pansh Hall. Sechell. New members welcome.  Please contact Lois Goiy 885-9710. Joan  Slater 885-7205. John Saunders 885-4405  Tuesday. August 20  Visiting day at Totem Lodge. Everyone  Wek-me Anytime  Monday August 19-30  Summer Fun day Camp 4 swimming lessons at  Coopeis Green in Hallmoon Bay,. CContact  Mane al 863-2142.  Wednesday, Augusi 21  Gibsons Outreach Teen Cenlie Meeting - all  we_ome. 7.30 pm. Gussy's at the Sunnycresl  Mall Please use rear entrance.  August 21  GIBSONS OUTREACH Teen Cenlre  Meeting. All Welcome. 7:30 pm. Gussy's at  the Sunnycresl Mall. Please use rear entrance.  Augusi 21  EMERGENCY APC _ PUBUC MEETING.  Regaiding BC Hydro's Pesticide use in Area  F. Wednesday. Aut, 21 al 7:30. Grantham's  Landing Community Han.  Augusi 21  All the children who participated in the  Summer Reading Club at the Gibsons and  District Public Library this summer are invited to bung then reading booklets to the  library on Wednesday. Aug. 21 at 10 am.  Following Story Time, there will be a party  with balloons. |uice and cookies loi the children and their parents. We hope to see you  there!  August 22  NETTED GEMS: Roberts Cieek ��� Help the  naturalist pull the seme net up the beach at  Roberts Cieek Picnic Site. 10:30.  INTERTIDAL .ONE: Meet at the  Amphitheatre at 6 pm for a discussion and  film about the world between the tides.  Augusi 23  NETTED GEMS: Sargeant Bay - Meet at  Sargeant Bay Park at 10:30 to pull a seme  net up this beach.  WILD DIET: Learn about the edible plants in  Porpoise Bay Park. 7 pm at Ihe beadi bulletin board  August 23  TEEN DROP-IN Gibsons Outreach ��� videos,  ping-pong, coflee. tea, snacks, games, 7 pm ���  11 pm. Kinsmen Hall. Dougal Paik Lale bus  provided by Gibsons Bus Service  Augusl 24  ANIMALS IN THE PARK This week children  can learn about hogs that live in out patk.  10 30 at Poipoise Bay beach playground  STARRY NIGHT Join astionomeis liom Ihe  Planetanum in exploring the local sky. 8 pm at  the amphitheatre.  Augusi 24  Save Geoigia Strait Sechelt to Nanaimo  Maiathon Swim. row. paddle, snoikel oi surt  part way or all the way solo or with a relay  team An evniionmenlal Illness and awareness event loi all ages Deadline foi advance  registration is July 30 Inloi: 885-7143.  Augusi 24  Hunter Gallery reception. Saluiday. 2 pm.  Augusi 24 lot walercoloutis! Vivian  Chamberlin and poltei Beth Feldman Then  show will remain on display until Sepl 14  Public is invited  August 25  CAMPING IN 1791: In this piogiam children  can learn about camping 200 years ago.  10:30 al the Porpoise Bay beach playground  August 29  Seinioi Citizens Blanch 69. tup lo PNE.  Phone May at 885-5200  September 3  Sunshine Association loi Ihe Handicapped,  Annual   General   Meeling,   7:30  pm,  Gr_eneco.it Hall, Sechell.  MISCELLANEOUS  Sechelt Karate Club  Begins a new session in Sept. al  Sechell    Elementary    School.  Beginners welcome. For more info  885-9273 or 886-8434. (Adults or  children 8 yrs. and up).  Totem Lodge  Everyday is visiting day at Totem  Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your  community.  Inner Ear  Steel guitar blues aitist Ken Hamm  returns to Inner Ear in Robeits  Creek for a summer dance. Call  B86-9749 lor tickets and details.  Feel Like Company?  Do you have an extra room with or  without a view? Feel like a little  company? Beach House  Productions is looking lor billets lor  actors, technicians and directors  coming lo Ihe Sunshine Coast lo  perlorm al the hew Raven's Ciy  Theatre in Sechelt. The groups  would require accommodations for  Continued on page 20.  iiwiniiiDW  NOTICE OF AIMIXIUAL  GEIMERAL MEETING  Tuesday, September 3rd, WI  730 PM, Greeneeoiir. Hull. Sechell  Guesl Speaker: Jean Bennett  fVs.'. Ass.   f,i| Ci .iiiiiuiitly l.nins;  TOPIC: Self-Advocacy For  Mnitully Handicapped Peraona  ���  Members Are Urged To Attend  General Public Welcomed  Into Available From S.A.H. 886-800.  How dues ;i berry thai tastes  mi sweet cause such llflVOCl It il  were only if*, ileailly claws thai  people didit'l like, there  wouldn't he much of a problem, consider the rose  The fuel thai il spreads al  such a rale lhal il rivals ihe vine  that ale Cincinnati, makes il a  number one tatjtel far landsca-  pers Fortunately, there are still  a lew patches in Egmont as well  as along Ihe toi-i so I'll see yon  i ml there I can already taste thai  Mrsi hatch nl jam Mmnim-  inmiu  -ATURFS R-BrVOMtS  in Vancouver they recently  held a lircwurks competition  hut we here ill the wilds have  im need for such niiciurnal excitement. With the Northern  Lights and meteor showers of  last week, whn needed all lhal  hoopla ill the sky' heglllllhlg  with ihe Intensely colourful  sunset and the sliver of the  moon rising tiiruu^h it nitht  through 'nl dawn, there's plenty  In Innk al up Ihere sn. il you  can stand the lilies y,u check out  die 111C.I11 sky mi a clear night  DOGFISH DERBY WINNERS  Tlie Egmont linns and Ihe  Egmont Marina's Dogfish Derhy  last weekend was a good lime  for all who participated It was  alsn profitable for all the winners Tlie overall winner was 17  year old Chelsea Whlltingtnn of  California It was her very first  time every Irving In catch a fish  anil she landed mil only the  liittm'si dogfish ai IS 8 pounds  bul also the biggest salmon1 ll  was a S I pound coho  Other winners included  Mark I'agowskl of Coquitlam  lor his "lis Ih line cod. Ian  Miiskaluk ut Roberts Creek for  his (, \ Ih nick ind. Ken ilrnod  nl Kamliinps fur his ugliest rat  fish. Man Richmond front  Ontario for the secret weight  prize which was a 5.7 dogfish  Also. Ihe youngest participant  was Tyler Young, 10, from  Lethbrldge, Alberta, and the  oldest was William Moskaluk  from Roberts (reck The Iwo  draws were won hy Dave  Tamil and William Moskaluk  The Egmoill linns and the  Egmont Marina would like lo  thank the following businesses  for donating Ihe excellent  prizes The Oak Tree Markei.  Madeira Thariuacy, Tally's and  Suncoast Sports.  This was the first year for the  de'hy and. although nol many  people turned OUt, it is fell thai  another event nexl year will Ik-  worthwhile Better practice up,  there's hound to be more competition iu 'O-  MKUSTMTHUY  Donna Itcrni/eu. Kathleen s.  Daniel While. Randy Noble,  Wanda leffires. Norma Martin,  l.lnul Carter, Elvlda McClelland.  Warne    Clay,    Christina  Tompkins,    Trudy    Mullcr.  Genleveve  Patterson,  Irene  Kassa. Kay Cook. Lacce Angela  Goyette, Iris Savers. Illia 11  Campo, Tom Silvey, llryce  lliggins  in  1 1  The Gibsons Swimming Pool  will be closed until  September 2nd.  It re-opens on  Sept. 3 and lessons  resume on Sept. 9.  See you then!  mmmmmmm Coast News, August 19 1991  IGOLDEN LIFELINES]  7.-  h-, -_-_���*_---  I feel better and believe that  summer is finally here with the  coming of the sun.  We have been approached to  organize a bus trip to Whistler,  on August 26, to take pan in a  united effort of protest and offer  this to the First Minister's  Conference. Our rights to the  best medical system in the  world are being threatened.  Canada's senior citizens  should become better organized  to protect our interests, such as  improved health and medical  care and pensions indexed to  inflation.  Author CF. Gilford of  'Canada's Fighting Seniors' says,  "the movement has work to do  and satisfaction to gain in defending its own interests and  those of generations of seniors  to follow."  "We know that within a few  years seniors will be the largest  voting block in Canada."  There are at least six types of  seniors organizations involved  It's hear season again; the  time when bears take any fund  left lying around as a picnic Invitation, Their quest for food  cah bring hears into backyards  due to our proximity to wilderness areas. Many neighbourhoods bordering these areas  have seen a drastic increase in  bear incidents during ihe past  few weeks.  With this in mind, liritish  Columbia Environment wishes  to alert residents living next to  wilderness areas of precautions  lo take to discourage hears from  Utilizing their neighbourhoods  as picnic sites. This year's problem has been exacerbated by  unusual weather conditions.  The prolonged rainy season lias  resulted in a lack of nalural  food supplies, i.e. berries, for  the local bear population. As a  result, bears have been driven  into populated areas in their  search for food.  To avoid turning your home  into a fast fund outlet for hungry  bears all residents are advised to  take the following precautionary measures:  1. Pick up all fruit from  around trees  2. Do not put garbage  cans on the street prior  to the morning it is lo  lie picked up.  3. Do not leave barbecue  utensils or grates outside without having  properly cleaned them  SCRD NOTES  OBSOHS TO GET WATER  The Regional District will once again he supplying the town  of (iihsons wilh waler during the current hot. dry spell.  "This is a customary arrangement," said Public Utilities  Committee chairman Jim Gurney."We will give them all wc can  spate."  WORK ON EDWARDS UKEWTLET  Wtnk has begun un construction of an nutlet control on  F.dwards Lake which will provide 190 million gallons of waler  slorage for controlled release during drought years to maintain  minimum Hows in (liapmau (reck and ensure Mil In mil water  for fish life.  The structure Is in a remote area not accessible by road, so all  materials and equipment have been flown in by helicopter.  HELP THE  COME UP AND SEE US!  ABOVE KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR  ^HRIFTY'S  Gibsons  DONATIONS 886-2488 OR BOX 598  summer 5  reezc  GENERAL PAINT  Ereeze Exterior  atex  Rat or Semi-gloss  (70-010/71-010) (3.78L)  saLE22.98  All Premium  Interior/Exterior  Finishes  (3.78 L) Regular $29.48  9.50OFF  Solid and Semr-ttanspat-nt (3,781)  Wood Craft Stalns.....���....��wN__#u. $17.99  2x4 Domed SkyllflhU...��wwua $119.00-.  Palnt Thinner 4L .���mnmju. $4.49  Sunshine Coast  BUILDING SUPPLIES  5630 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  885-5818  following use.  4. Do not, under any circumstances, feed hears.  5. If a bear is sighted in  your neighbourhood  call I-800-66--WILD  (9 IS.) AT ANY HOUR  (24 hour service).  Make the precceding practices regular habits and avoid  making the hears thai frequent  your neighbourhood into  "Garbage Dears". Garbage bears  are poor candidates for relocation. As a general rule bears that  wander Into neighbourhoods  are relocated by BCE's  Conservation Officer Service.  Dears that have become garbage  habituates present ongoing  problems however, and on occasion must he destroyed.  To keep the hear problems  under control, HCE's  Conservation officers ask the  public to cooperate by making  iheir homes non-attractive to  scavenging hears As well use  precautionary measures if a liear  is sighted and immediately  reporl any neighbourhood  sighting.  Wiseman  attends  unique  seminar  Nineteen-year-old Roxanne  Wiseman of (iibsons recently at-  lendcd a seminar, organized hy  The War Amps Dm il wasn't  just any seminar, and not just  anyone could attend.  Roxanne and llie SI) other  children and teenagers who attended ibis Vancouver seminar  are all members of The War  Amps Child Amputee (( IIAMI')  Program. Each of these children  is missing one or more limbs  from birth, for medical reasons,  or because of an accident.  Roxanne lost her right arm due  lo medical reasons, and she has  been filled wilh an artificial  limb,  A member of ( 1IAMT for  seven years, Roxanne plays a  very special role at these seminars -- she is a Junior  Counsellor Junior Counsellors  understand, like no one else  can. Ihe worries and problems  of oilier Champs They listen,  and offer valuable advice and  support, based on Iheir nwn  experiences, to help younger  Champs ihrough new challenges  The War Amps started the  CHAM1' Program in 197S to assist Canadian child amputees  and their families with the cost  of artificial limbs. The Program  has just marked ils ISih anniversary, and continues to  work to improve the quality of  life for young amputees through  special programs and financial  assistance  Roxanne is now a member  of the CHAMP Graduate  Program, which provides financial assistance to Champs over  IH for hooks and tuition at post-  secondary institutions The  Association does not receive  government funds. In IK'., its  many programs are funded  solely Ihrough the public's use  of the Return Address Label  Service.  in non-partisan political activity.  Federations of social clubs,  groups concerned about the  large number of really poor  pensioners, employment retiree  groups, mutual help or self-help  groups - all are concerned  about problems seen by the seniors.  Within all the groups there is  a reservoir of talent, expertise  and seasoned capacity lhat  copes with personal and social  problems.  We have widespread experience with our country's political  processes and the numbers now  to carry political weight. And  Sechelt'* Senior's Association took advantage of a beautiful day to mix a little business in with  their annual picnic at Porpoise Bay Park last Thursday. Jnel Johnstone photo  Beware of bears  you know - we all have the  time and we can make an impact  See you next Thursday at  crafts, 9:30 am.  If you are interested in going  to Whistler, phone me At this  point, il appears the bus will be  about $25 and will depart on  the (���>:..<) am ferry and return on  the 5:30 pm ferry. Pick up  would lie at around 7 am at the  Royal Dank in Sechelt, and at  Saan's in (iibsons around 7:30  am. It would be wise to brown  bag your lunch and drinks.  Suncoast Motors For  CELLULAR  PHONES  Sales/Service  Authorized Distributors lor  gaNtel  <;b.C. Cellular  BEEP! Nn^.  BEEPI ,���  Church hosts forum on aging  Tlie Sunshine Coast is the locale for the second regional  conference on aging being  sponsored by the Anglican  Church, Diocesan Unit on  Aging It will he held at St.  Hilda's Anglican Church in  Sechelt on Wednesday,  September 11, from 9:3(1 am to  .. pm.  "The Church and the Caring  Community" will be the topic  for the keynote address by belt  l-iiirdisen. manager of the Short  Term Stay and Assessment  Centre at the Vancouver  (ieneral Hospital. Ms Laurdisen,  has just returned from a conference on "Aging" in Ontario, and  feels committed to the philosophy of getting older people truly  involved in the life of the  church and in decisions affecting their lifestyle and health.  Workshop topics should appeal to all retirees, botli men  and women. Ian Andrews, well  known through the Lower  Mainland for his leadership in  "Caring Ministry" will he the re-  source person for "One to One  Visiting". Dr. Clyde Slade, a retired physician and Rev. Ray  Waller, retired clergyman, will  "team lead" the group on  "Stresses in Retirement."  How to set up a "Grief  Recovery" program will be discussed by Liz Mendgen, leader  of the North Shore Grief  Recovery Group. The fourth  workshop is titled "Churches'  Welcome Wagon" and will look  al ways to involve seniors new  to the community: team leaders  will lie Reverend June Maffin of  Si. Hilda's and Mayor Eric Small  of Gibsons.  The Forum is free - participants are asked to bring a  sandwich, hut beverages and  dessert will be provided Pre-  ngisi ration is necessary to help  with planning Call the Syherts  al HHS-S927 or Margaret Ramsay  al 922-112. for a registration  form.  The planning committee  from parishes on the"(loast" extends a warm welcome lo all  who are interested in the  Forum.  5LII\ICOASl] L  MOTORS   | p  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy  Gibsons - Near Pratt  886-8213  Fresh Troll  Sockeye & Pink Salmon  AN ISLE  SOCKEYE  $3.00 lb.  PINKS  $1.50 lb.  10", DISCOUNT  on Pink Salmon  orders over 100 lbs  Call 886-7700  after 6:00 pm for  approximate  arrival date. Coast News. Augusi 19. 1991  IHARBOUR WATCH  f DAVIS BAY NEWS  hi   JMJlyn   Viaceiit.   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Imji  hannonioiis' Spend some lime  irtudQg this week ��a vou can  rotn in mi ihe weekends .mi.i-  iK-sliere m jihI anmml IIk lkj\  hm ihe taiile Harbour  . onimtiiun crntn i* in on iy\  KH folks a resi this week  MMmnmli1 shut dnnm will  vun Momtax Viicust 19 ami  run il...m>_.h Hi Snunto UqpBfl  ^l Ihe otine \xill he Dfim  ln��m S so .mi t,i 4 id pm K\ur  mi; the xxeek ami the xxetiilii  nNim will l>e av.nljhle h��r use  trom s An am t-> 6 <K) pm  \hmdbn i>' Frxtax  keep Checking xoiir mail  lv*\   thoih;h   r<��r ilu-nexx \\ t-M  V'anCMRTf T.irks jihI ReeiXMihin  I -ill Troerjin hnnhure    new  vLism's are S*. hrJitleil to Man  Iik-mLix Srptanhn *> allerihe  Latianc l*ax xxeekeiul Time to  sun tluukmi: abaH xxhat tlass  vou xxoukl like lo jurtuipale in  ihis urne .mmm!'  PEIDEI Nl  HASITMU  SHOPPING  DINING  Garden  Bay  Hotel  The M|t mxxs this week is  iioxxust i>jx  SaMnJa;   U^enfl  J i lioxxen IsLnuls jnnual (am  ih testtxal ex cut iih Imk-s a p-  ratle |Mnts I��nhI .iml iiuiskjI  entennniiH ni Whx tiot hup .1  lerrx ami join in on the lesiixi  liCS? InurtainiiK-nt xxill nulmk  Inn Uxnies xxho will pcrfucm  txxo one Ifc'iir sets 1 pm to S  pm and 6 **�� pm to " s<> pm  as xxell as the loll.��xxiui; lineup  nf talent Freiklx ami the  liKlpiKkers ( ounln i:n��up N��>  Mem U.11 I nppm Paik xxill l_e  h.'ppinc xxiih Kii"' ��� nuiM.  Ir-un the Ikilalaika Band The  SunMDCT iv��|>st lalK-sirj ionsw  mi; nl fiNMhs IJI�� xears okl  Inner VtMcr. xjneix .oral  cranhn l-nt-ft w.ute ti-fsrsical  cuttjr lolin K t''.!.*. lolk.  cuumn  nnk  lioxxen |s|jmN nwn MISS  kiiix hand nmnin Urannaanl  l>.urel Nixon (oik lam and  Eleanor Benson priiar ami  (xninxxliiMle hm Mctonttan  and Mont7 hehm hanjn and  luklle Time 7cn* lock; Tlie  [towen I-oxx (.ountrx n^k  For more nifimiutHni pli-Hie  U? Haqgse at 917-2121 ll she  cant answer \<Mir tjnesiH*n I am  sure she xxill ihrtT.1 \ou to one  >'\ the iHher io��tnlnutt��rs x\ho  \x ill Hare a pood time*  It xou make 11 hack from  lioxven Island, take in ihe  t omen B\ Tlu- Se-a' ai ihe  Horseshoe Max |*la7J Muulax.  Man lime is I silpm thitofV*  Mhere xviii he there pbving  classical ia?7 |ust xxhat xou  mitthi nred after 2 panx like  ^ m les)  ki   M kmrna  Stoanh,  ������$���)�����  The Annual Bnuiknian  rislimn Ikrhx x��as held 011  \u>:usi * with \0 ihiklirn par  iKipatm^ Fi-rst |xi/e wassJurevI  hx iwo anglers. I>a\nl (arler  and Amlrew dralum who each  checked m with a 7 I 2 Ih fish  llie IV F.umi: ( outesi. .il  xxaxs a laxtmnle   atiratted kits  al omiestanis   hut the pfta-ts  were   xiohhled   up   h\   Daxid  Vlku ami Lisa Vh .ilker  Tliere was a wnukrtul bo_9  o|  pftees donated  ineludin^  ��.ash.  lish 1 nc rkK   lures, and  lumrHioxrs with tttpl  viups   everyone went home  \x 11I1 a jxn/e  I lot xk����s. |xop and ne (.ream  weie the onkr vi the dax (or  ihe intre|xid fishermen ainl tlieir  parents Tlie Mppufl ����f Ihe  people in our lommumix was  mi|xt and (hex should he puh-  lu lx   thanked'   Tlie  Minslune  I ..si ( redit I 111011. the Ueaih  |lin��x    the  Wharf  Restaurant  i��.uis iia\ BnuflnR ikii LeNeve  i.rej; Tattita   Terrx  ( lupnun  the IVniiiMila Maiket MipplK-rs  Eslhei Ikrrx and Ian lor iheir  -ontnhutions of pn/rs   IihhI  Md their tune  Appreciation K'*cs in the  R( MP (or their tcrrinc iraffk  II Hiiro. ( hexnxt < aiuda lor tin*  use ol tlie -xiurt and last lun  nextTk-ast lo Turner lk*m xvIhi  vxoris m* lurd exerx xear to ensure that (he < harlte [tniokman  lishmu IHrhx lor KkKeiklurt-s  US BUM  sior\ Hour |.��r pre^chnolefs  resumes tm Septemher <�� finora  10 am to I I am at Ihe  ( ��>mmiimtx Mall Tins is an  hour ot Wonder and imaema-  p",i f>��r the wee lots ami allows  Mom to luxe a quiet nip ot 10I  let ami relax  IIRTHDATS  \t the Daycare ( entre. two  Teddx [k-ars eelehratmi: their  Inrthdax this month are  Maithexx and Txler Happx  Ixinlkbx 4iuxV  TIMS Al 0 THAT  \ l>axis Ba] xxekome is e\-  tended to Freda Marl fn��n M  heteishuii; norxla. \\l��*��is xts��-  ing l��er sjsier Edith Rkhanlsan  The fneiKllii_ess of people In-re  is (me nf the tlunj:s that has  most impnrss<-d her Iki cn(*��>  iIk- Sunshine I <ust Fmb'  Tlie first Wne ja* xxas sj^jhted  i-n August 7 hx  Sam Nelson  Whn sj\s thex're nut usuallv  seen here ninth before the etui  of August Ihies this mean Fall is  approai lung earlx nr h " ,nc  Tunmm lllue laxs knUflB foj  anx pBne tn niigrate this time "f  xear*  Alllmugli summer is winding  down, there are stffl lots qf��>  tul oeuts 10 look forward to m  tlie e.mimg weeks [Tie I'lonecr  IViik on August 2S and ilit  Pothnk  IJinner la irlehrale  National (.randparriits \ij\ ,���,  V pieinlxr IS are two dates you  will want in mark on your eal  emhir Tliere will he more news  on these in the coming weeks  Tlie success of this column  depends on xou the residents of  ihis community Itcase take the  time to let me know those  things that others need to know  It is tlie caring and sharing thai  makes our community so special  iii  Out oti the hi;; water, under a big sky. Ihe coining of day'- end  doesn't deter these two avid fishermen from their quest for  the elusive hig one. Joel Johnstone pholo  Experiencing Goodtimes  ihe camp aboul in pm Ilui an  were a lupps *.rc-w and all  .iinn.1 it a ��_ra!if..njE c-penence  'li ��js llie lirst dinner 1'ie  hail 111 \.ar*. " *..ml thr ustinj;  camper al I amp t,i-Hllimes.  and lhal pleaded us rnomiousli  Tlie occasloa i-as |ul\ IH.  when the meniher*. of the  sunshine < oast Unit of Ihe  I .ma.lian ( anier Socict*.. lei In  i*ur president, < acinic Hobbs,  prepared the dinner for the  uninc tampers and Mali al  ( amp I ��� Msvlnines al ( amp Il\ nj;  111 FMx-rt*-!. reels  It takes a tot of preparation  In cook a meal lor almost UN)  pessplc m an unfamiliar kitchen  vs 11I1 hi), awkward utensils (tlie  potato masher was hu  mun^ousl  liisi before serving, along  came the '< hicf (snik*. also  humungous (aka Norman  FoMe) to greet ihe kids Vluh  the s-lncl-cssok garli remoied.  Norman *-a*. his delighttul sell  enienainmg between courses  until a local **_suiiat.ti (aKi  liuniiiiiciiu-' catTK-l him ofl  Tbe meal was tssppexl sift ��nh  home-masJe pie we thank all  those gernrrous folk nho d<v  ruiesj those ptcs  Tnen iinic the naslinig up  No e-ettix drshwastiers here -  ��� its and h-l> of ihshes r>>ts ami  pans 10 do b> hand After  sweepmsg and .U-v.-s m,*pping lo  leaxe the kilihen neal ainl IkI>.  -e aenr �� wean _rrw \\h.> leli  Pender Harbour  SEAFOOD  a*W*\  Fresh Sockeye  SALMON fia Rn  per pound BCiDIJ  Phone to reserve your  lOAssenM  FRtsti, raozm  & uve seafoods,  Indudi-tj Halibwc,  cod, Salmon,  rriwni a lobim  OPEN  Tuej. - $at., 10-6  Sunday, 2-6  Phone 883-9212  Fax      883-9215  ( Lord Jim s  Resort    ��-  Hotel     ^**  Sunday Brunch Buffet  Special Branch Buffet ��� 9am-2pm  Rhus Km Of Re,. Tciiynki Chi,ken  Bflorrc. -.tk>.��jr>.$, S,Mtul-lrsl E,*i��\  Im f\u.it��\-s. S,il��ul\ *VNI>  Aiia-AOE\rnBSHKr.iUf-rK,  "Open For Dinner"  6 pm to 10 pm  SI2.��Sa��Ure�� Un^ 12 Half Price  Rrqut-strtl  p*** '^^mtW^tsm nor*, ol Sacrrt Covn ot> H*v.  eo��- scsewvAnoNS p_easi= call wt_ mm  \o\y  ��� -____________-!  L_k_A_tt_EM_H_MA_ft_a_K_l Coast News, August 19, 1991  ISECHELT SCENARIO  World Youth  Exchange  Program  Fourteen participants from  India and across Canada under the Canada World Youth  exchange program met  August 15 with group-leader- and friends from the  Sunshine Coast to celebrate  India'- Independence Day at  Sechelt Elementary School.  Song- and traditional Indian  food complimented songs  and speeches during the one  hour ceremony. SCRD  Chairman Peggy Connor  helped hoist the national  flag. The exchange students  are here from July 29th till  October 6th billeted with  host families. Iu turn,  Canada's students are off in  October lo India to reciprocate the socio cultural exchange.    Joel Johnstoni- pholo  HARDENING NOTES  by  Marguarlta  When your garden is filled  with summer (lowers, it is easy  just to relax and enjoy il while  the weather permits. While resting, have your note hook or  garden journal handy to remind  you of future plans or arrangements you wish to improve in  your garden, or to have more  colour year round.  Heathers all love our acid  climate, are low growing and  superb ground coverings, and  withstand the worst winters.  Some give a bonus of bright foliage.  Most lilies are planted in the  fall and need to he at the hack  ol the garden, in a sunny position, while growing from four  to five feet high. The beautiful  Madonna lilies are besl set now.  mark the plaining site to ensure  that you don't dig them up,  when cultivating the area, before they show in the soil.  Remove spent flower heads  continually, to keep Ilowers  coming. A good time to pick  dried Ilowers and herbs is while  sunny at midday. Hang them  upside down in your garage to  dry.  If you would like lo have hyacinth bulbs for Christmas as  gifts, plant them by August I . in  a poi wilh drainage Imles, using  good polling compost, leave the  bulb lips level wilh the rim of  the pot. Waler well, place in a  shady position in the garden  and cover wilh four inches of  peal or light soil.  The (iibsons annual sunflower contest for kids up to age  12 will soon take place in  Dougal I'ark, on Sunday,  September 8, at 2 pm. Prizes  will be awarded, including a  mystery prize. My own sunflower head is small this year,  but never mind, we will select  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  W0RKL.SEEPAGE17  the largest no matter what.  The (iibsons (iarden Club  meeting is September 19 and  there will be a guest speaker.  k| Htriarat S-i-t, IIS-33M  After a too-long absence, and  the accumulation of more than  a few unwanted pounds, I have  taken up aerobic exercise again.  Three hours a week, (okay,  okay, sometimes only two  hours a week) I can be found  huffing and puffing my way  through a routine which the  young instructors make look as  easy as taking a leisurely stroll.  This exercise is good for me ���  - so 1 hear. It helps keep at bay  the dreaded osteoporosis, olie-  sity and even depression. My  head knows, and appreciates,  all these things, but as my face  turns the colour of a ripe  tomato and small rivers of sweat  run down my back and my  front, I can't help wishing there  was an easier way to slay fit.  I make up excuses not to go:  haven't I just had a full day at  work, or, I'm sure there must be  such a Ihing as too much exercise, isn't there? But even as I  make up these excuses, I'm  searching out and donning the  old sweat pants and lee-shirt,  getting in the car and driving to  the Senior Citizen's Hall in  Sechelt to put in my hour of fitness. Afterwards. I feel great.  Maybe one day I'll even look  forward to it.  SUNSHINE   SUMMERS  Sunshine Slimmers (Western  Weight Controllers # .1) will be  holding a big Flea Market and  Craft Sale on Saturday,  September 28 Irom 9 until noon  in ihe Wilson Creek Community  Hall. Tables may be rented for  $S each. To secure a table,  phone Joan Newsliam at 88S-  2098. There will also lie a raffle  taking place during the event.  IIRTNDW  SURMISE  Joan Newsliam was delighted with the surprise birthday party put on in her honour  hy her daughter and son-in-law.  The whole family attended,  even her 11 month old great-  grandaughter. Congratulations,  loan.  SECHELT LIMM.   NEWS  The children's reading program, held each Wednesday al  I ..() pm has been extended another two weeks, to the end of  August. If you are 6 to 12 years  old, why don't you come out  and see what it's all about?  TERRY FOX RUN  It's time once more to he  thinking about the annual Terry  Fox run. This year it will he on  -,Sunday, September IS. Pledge  sheets are available from many  stores in the village. I don't  think there's a Canadian who  doesn't know what a hero this  young man was and what he  accomplished for cancer research. So lei's do our bit too  and support the mn  SUNSHINE   CHORISTERS:  Sunshine Choristers begin a  new season on Monday, Augusi  19 at 730 pm iu St Hilda's Hall.  Sechell. New members are very  welcome. Contact Lois Gary at  88. 9710. or John Saunders at  88.-..I15  FESTIVAL   UP-DATE:  There is no doubt that the  Ninth Annual Festival of Ihe  Written Arts was an unprece  dented success so it was exciting lo read the full page article  in the Province, by Max  Wyman, agreeing with us. By  the way. the illustration of  Rockwood Lodge was done by  none other than Roger Handling  of Glassford Press The Festival  has come a long way since that  first one in 1983, thanks to  Betty Keller and all those dedicated volunteers.  Fall Fair '91  The little orange catalogues for the Fall Fair are now  available with entry information for our dozens of contests.  Entries are being accepted now and information to available  at 886-90.8.  Dougal Park in lower Gibsons will be full Saturday,  September 14 with the Fair contest displays, games and contests on the green, a local products display and sale, food  booths and entertainment.  Each Coast community will be represented and some keen  competition is anticipated. Turn out and represent your local  gardeners with entries of your personal bests.  Summer  5th WHEELS  [All Models & Sizes]  FIBERGLASS  CAMPERS  i $9,900  i���Mmm.L  xmsmm*^^^r~2-  24ft MOT0RH0ME  $26,000  1911 CAMPER VAN  [A-l Condition]  $11,8  HAPPY HOLIDAYS  M0T0RH0ME RENTALS  886-9025 OR 886-8481  Q_WTA<-.  DELIVERY FLIGHT  <-k.pl 18, 1991  Vancouver to Sydney  Returning to  in Francisco or Los Angeles  Taxes  Extra  & Conditions |  Apply  Across from Pronto's  Beside Gibsons Medical Clinic  Norwegian  Girl Seeks  Home in our  Community  ANNE-BRITT from Norway is anxiously awaiting news  that there is a host family in Delta who will help fulfill her  dream of spending a school year in Canada.  Anne-Britt enjoys reading, musk, social conditions, aerobics  and is hoping to pursue some of these interests during her  exchange year. Anne-Britt is also looking forward to  developing new Canadian interests and hobbies that she can  share with her friends when she returns to Norway.  Each year ASSE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT  EXCHANGE PRCXiRAMS provides qualified European  students with the opportunity to spend an academic year in  Canada attending a local high school and learning about life  in Canada. If your family would help make Anne-Britt's  year in the Delta area |x<ssible, please call local area  representative David MacDonald at 943-9352 or ASSE  Canada toll free at I -800-361-3214.  A.SSE, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to fostering  international relationships between countries through  cultural exchange.  QUje feporatton of Uyc  Itatrict of Btthtit  P.O. Box 128, 5645 h-M A.��nue. Ssjchert. B.C.V0N3AO      Telephone. (604) 885*1986     Fax: (904) 686-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Regular District of Sechelt  COUNCIL MEETINGS  are held the  first and third Wednesday  of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the  SCRD Board Room.  TRAFFIC NOTICE  Regular traffic on Cowrie and Teredo  will be slightly disrupted for the next  week or so to facilitate the laying of  natural gas pipeline.  SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE  MAYOR'S  HOTLINE  885-5360  SEWER BILLS  Residents who are on Municipal sewer will be noticing  a large increment in their bills this year. The reasons  lor this are many, including increased cost of  chemicals, manpower, tip fees and sludge trucking.  As well, authorities ignored engineering recommendations to increase fees by $100.00 some two  years ago and the new Sewer Commission subsidized user rates in 1990 by transferring $55,000.00  from the Reserve Fund. Sewer users in the Municipality are paying the price now for mistakes in the  past. We sincerely regret any hardship that this  increase has caused our resident* and promise that  any future increases will be phased in gradually over  the years as should have happened in the past.  Congratulations Festival!!!  As Mayor of tin* District of Seclielt, I wish to express  my appreciation to Hetty Keller ami the Festival of  the Written Arts for once again bringing such a  successful event to our Municipality.  The Festival of the Written Arts does much to add  to the economic and cultural well heing of this  community, for tlie most part through tlie efforts of  a committed group of volunteer..  Each year the Festival of the Written Arts does  Sechelt proud-ami this year was no exception. I am  sure that I am joined by the rest of Council as well  as the majority of our residents in wishing the  Festival well in 1992 wlien you celebrate your 10th  Anniversary. I am sure it will he the biggest and  best Festival yet!  Nancy A. MacLarty,  Mayor 10.  Coast News, August 19, 1991  Mdke this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  'Faith Healer1: a lavish  love for language  Imagine lot .i moment a |'li>  in -liis.il iisuic nl the iluraiin.  tneel ssi tuicracl phvsically on-  Mi>;sr bin communicate with  cash sutler tluou��li unconscious  ,'Mil,Iks .nisi null ilu- audience  \lllsll. lIllS .l^ll monologues  In leuns s>l commciciahti. ,n  least. In*-h playwright llri.ni  tncl's Faith Healer (Raven's  i Ij I'ticinc Anjt is |"i is an  UIKSilllClllHSIUl. it 111*. .iikI.kissi.*  |||.is Ii inakr> icil.un iltnuinl-  ul it** audience, as any sn|H-nsst  svs'its will, iiu- chief one Ik-ihk  ill.ii am expectations nl conven  ns'iial theatrics he laid asiik- and  taw's own Imaginative ami Intel*  in.in.il Faculties be rlgurouslv  brought to Ih-.u nn the spare,  lean subject mailer al li.uul  Frances "Prank" Hard) is a sec*  nudrate. itinerant. Irish faith  healer who lias, himself, -revet  really hail faith in anything save  the buttle, cm presenl and lov*  inch fondled, as he ulls ul his  life and limes, as sin (trace (his  wile, a suicide > ami Tedd) tins  I'nihaiush manager)  frank recites the nanus nl  Scottish and Welsh towns when  ever overwhelmed in aspects <��t  Ins inner hie. employing llu in  like so  mam   verbal  worn  If You're Celebrating!  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Art       |c*vt-lli.-rv  Pottery Cards Print-  no _S_bu-l_.__-.r-l IU... ..;,.,,���..       ___>.�����___  SUMMER TOURS  . , -       _ i      Contact Want Tour Quid*  Howe Sound    ��������������*��  Mi��   mo   MMI   mmimd      Advance DooHings required  J VISITORS *  I WELCOME ' -**  fcfflmWCmm  V-.__._.._._~ -*'!��'��  goir club,  __��-��# _ S-��o- 8��r ^j��     l>os��*r Can Available  Ma*, ttrt, 2kim. north of Oardn lay tumott  beads  Ihe play is structured In a  lashion reminiscent ol  Koshomon   Teddy, frank, antl  Grace shared a three way. jym-  Isisiiis existence, h\ ing hand-io-  mouih for decade, as Frank  sinmhlnl Irom one nighl -l.uul  lo one nighl Stand, calling on Ins  i. II and trying nol lo Ih* Ism surprised when he actually healed  someone  I .titIt    Healer i- a shared  suns, a universal tale, a  poignant, alltoohuman crazy  quill ckrverl) and insightfully  pitched together through the  cuius inu iniingling ul three in  sin islual anil lttst.net sett of |xt  centtons, memories, |H-rsi��nai  lodgement*, and sstiuhistons  Alter first hearing at length  Irom Frank, Whose every moment oi abysmally self-serving  me.i culpa i- lorn trom his gut-.  with fust die right balance -trusk  between the COO and Ihe confessional, in the wonderfully  evocative   actor Martin Evans.  one i- disposed lo take tins sclf-  .kliintu.l niuuntch.iitk's word as  l,,i-|Hl  Thai i- until Grace (Louise  Whitney) and then Teddy  ilkrn.ud I iillling) weigh in from  their own private Hells with  their own idisi.-ynsrati- versions  ol hie null a faith healer who  took up the .ailing largely because " it was something I  COIlM do '  Vltliougli .is mentioned, llie  three never meet and interact  un-lage. plav-iighi End's com-  ni.tiul ut his craft is so delt. so  (.<ni.-uiiittt.ite ilt.it hi the lime  s'lie Iscgin.- in wsmsler when they  will, one has ceased to care  -ikIi are Enel'- gilts ol eharacter-  t.-anon and -heer -rory telling,  ili.u regardless which ot the  three .tie delivering themselves  tit Iheir niouiilsigue- al any mcv  ment. the other two are tattgiMy  present, it in a uou-o.trpore'Jt  I ouiiiiiK-d oo page 2\>.  Not hi  riiiiniiig wilh  ���lie play, an  incharacter  Iii..- Ileailer  cast meeling  between  Louise  Whitney.  tkrnard  ( iillling and  Martin Evens.  .IsH-l lohll-IOIM-  pbtMO  on the sunshine coast  __. Elphinstone mm  Pioneer Museum  Winn Rd.. across from the Post Office  8864232  At the  Arts Centre  l.ary Kelly's signature  turned wood is part of the  Mixed Bag" exhibit at the  Arts Centre until September  I. JoetJutueMoar photo  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  W0RK!...SEE PAGE 17  Jabberwocky  soiree at  Arts Centre  tin the evening nf Friday.  August 2 .. Sunshine Coast teem  will he given Ihe opportunity In  display their talents at the  Jahlicrwncky Soiree, which is  iK'ing held al the Sunshine Coast  Arts (entre The Soiree was  organized entirely In the two  summer students, who arc  working at the Arts (entre, in  hopes that il will allow youths  to enjoy an evening of  entertainment provided bv iheir  |ieers  The Jabberwocky Soiree offers a relaxed environment  where kids can be confident in  their performances, or ihey can  come jusl in watch Tins is going lo he an imp.owsalioual  event, so anyone who wishes lo  perform only has in show up.  Entertainment already hook  ed for the evening includes a  variety of music from rock lo  classical as well as poetic and  literary readings The Jabberwocky Soiree begins at 7 pm  and ends at approximately II)  pm  Admission i.s $1 and refreshments will lsc available If  vou would like more information please call Tara or Jeniiv al  885-541.  - Mountain Sikes,  Cannes & Kay alts  Hourly, daily or weekly  Beginner Kayak lessons jvail.  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Hardway  with Michael J. f'uv  XsinssstJSsX&j:  -rsmtiCtmmi C-t.  tmOeem  f*mn  a*aam-emm  (VSIOmnAJssaNO  W*-����5  Show Piece Gallery  tai Cnmtr Point M., <  MM2t3  Raven s Cry Theatre Located At  s,.: ,s,   _Mprs,c   \LiMR.R    UJS   (0 * !  ���T ILIff Ml I I IIM        ^|  at:  9'  ft:  M'  u'  a:  We would like lo tkunk.  ell our movie patrons for their  tin��kntAVuUa�� and patience during  the breaking in process of our new  projection system.  In appreciation please bring  this coupon with you when you attend  your next movie and mem tither a free  bag of popcorn or a free soft drink.   ru���1__; : Coast News, August 19, 1991 11.  Last Year's  Folkfest was  a resoundhiR  success, and  hopes are  high for Ibis  year's, the  tenth  annual.  Folkfest celebrates tenth year  kfjMl  Several months ago your intrepid Leisure reporter and reviewer found himself in Powell  River watching 15,000 kids go  ape over Colin James and  growing more and more culturally irrelevant by the moment  Afterwards, I connected with  some folk from the 60's, people  of more intimate and acoustic  musical proclivities, who introduced me to a small circle nf  Powell River pickers, sippers.  and singers. Playing along on a  borrowed guitar, trading off  Dylans, Lightfoots, Mollys,  (iuthrles. trads and originals. I  had the proverbial time of my  life  BY PETER TROWER  We are committed to the  mountain ntiw. One day dissolves into the next as we work  our way across its risky face, lip  to this point the weather at  least, has been cooperative.  Now, in early June, it turns wet  and miserable, ('.lumping  around those slippery pitches in  soggy hoots and damp rain gear  doesn't do a hell of a lot for our  morale or good humour, and  the possibility of runaway logs  and other hazards is markedly  increased.  Even normally unllappable  Chuck Fenmore begins to grow  restive.  "That landing is too bloody  narrow," he worries, indicating  the ledge where the machines  sit. "Can't hold more than  maybe ..() logs safely. I'd better  get on old tight-wad Cramdcn to  send Ihe Cat up here and widen  her out some more."  black Harry whines a bit  when Chuck buttonholes him  that night hut he sends ihe Cat  up the next morning. The Cat-  skinner is a thick-hetween-thc-  ears character named (iyppo  (ienrge Much lie begins to  bulldoze the landing without  first checking to see if wc are in  the clear.  Stretch. Luigi and I arc about  400 feel below the mail when  dimderheaded (iyppo George  pushes a huge uprooted stump  over the edge. It comes barreling cnizily down on us.  Now sliding logs arc one  thing, but they generally follow  a pretty straight course. An uprooted stump is a whole other  animal, ll can. and does, change  direction at will. 1 run one way.  Luigi and Stretch take the opposite route. The root seems to lie  heading right down the middle  Then it changes its mind and  tumbleweeds right for me. I  fling myself flat behind a big  deadfall. Tlie nigged stump goes  cartwheeling madly by, so close  I can feel the wind. My heart is  hammering right through my  rilis.  It is the only time during my  stay at Craniden's camp thai I  see Chuck Fenmore totally  blow his cool. "Thai dangerous  idiot!" he shouts. "He's dumber  than a bag nf goddamn hammers!"  Chuck squirrels up the hill  faster than I've ever seen him  move and gives (iyppo George a  reaming out he won't forget in a  hurry.  I'm standing there in a son of  daze. Stretch and Luigi come  running over. "You arc- all  right?" asks Luigi anxiously  "Jusl scared out of about 10  year's growth," I say.  That night, Luigi, Stretch and  I are sitting around the  hunkhoiise. "You have no  Union in this camp?" Luigi asks  "Would things nut be belter  then? Nol so much danger?  Heller equipment? More money  maylie?"  "Hell," shorts Stretch, "old  lllack Marry would never hold  still for it. Union Is jusl a dirty  word to him Hear there was a  guy a couple of years back tried  to organize the boys lllack  Marry got wind of it. They tell  me he pulled a shotgun on the  organizer Ran him right oil the  bloody claim!"  "Thai Is too had," muses  l.uigi "We do mil have much  protection without (.nions."  "You're light there," says  Stretch. "I'm all for Unions myself. Ilui a lol ol gyppos like ihis  just won't let them in. When  jobs are scarce like now, a guy  has lo lake what he can get. Il's  just a sad fact."  to ha C0-UiHMra  nanesKima.   Mill /III/mm.  Friendly Country Dvitiii  Roberts Creek  LEGION  Branch # 219  Friday, August 23rd &  Saturday, August 24th  Rich N Sinale  Friday Night Dinner  Baron of Beef  Saturday Night Dinner  Steak-Grilled New York  With All The Trimming  Members & Qualified  Guests Welcome  lllltH  Tues-lay l>eiiln��  (Lic. #7_0-.-)  a^MI-nrHWt-99-4  During a break in llie music. I  learned lhal many of the people  in Ted and (,wen's living room  are in some fashion involved  with the yearly presentation nf  the SUNSHINE FOLKFEST. A  two-day folk music festival  which is aboul to celebrate its  tenth anniversary, I remember  having heard of it lasl year just  after joining ihe Coasl News I  also remember wishing I'd gotten it together sufficiently to  attend  During the intervening year  folk music huffs on the lower  Coast have sung me the praises  ol Ihe Folkfest. commenting on  its modest ambitions and lack of  commerciality.  "It's big enough to know  you're al a real festival," qiintli  one whose opinion I value  greatly, "but small enough lo  make you feel you're silting  around someone's very big  backyard."  Ronnie McKendrick, a member of the Folkfest inner circle  (as it were) whom I met during  that enchanted hue-nighter at  Ted and Gwen's, contacted me  recently. She sent (among other  things) a festival poster,  brochure, and assorted publicity  material on some of the artists  whn will be appearing come  August .1 and September I  Aside from the seemingly  ubiquitous Bourne and  MacLeod, I had never heard of  any of them Rut that's one of"  the neal things about being a tie-  shiil iii ilic-soul, inveterate kiver  of festivals period One attends  for the experience first, the music second, and die weather will  just have to look out for itself  Rut in the case ol the Folkfest,  I am not strictly flying blind. A  number of people whose laste  In, and appreciation of, folk  music I respect have all attested  to ihe superior quality of the  artisis presented over the years  So it doesn't matter that Sue  Leonard.. llie Shades, Kinloch,  and Wyckham I .menus are  names lhat mean absolutely  nothing lo me Who cares who  l.aine ,. Sienna Dahlen are at  this point? Fnr me, Folkfest is  jusl another blind date in a hie  which I'm happy to say has  been full nf same!  I am particularly intrigued,  however, by Wyckham  I'nrieous' name and I'ete  lownshend/Elvis Costello mug.  The guy looks interesting, if  nothing else. Probably he's  gonna lie a wonderful surprise  musically and I'm lucky: he's  plaiing on Saturday, the one  day I'll lie able to attend.  So bring on the Kith Annual  Sunshine Folkfest! bring tin  Wyckham, Sue, Jeni, Laine and  Sienna - Gerry Karagianis. Jim  Inkster, Kinloch and, yeah, even  those ringers Ronnie and  MacLeod!  It's all one mouth-watering,  musical, blind dale cum fingcr-  pu kin' smorgasbord as far as  I'm concerned  (I feel like I've had a great  time already!)  mutfimjo*  **T  JEW  LISTEN  to what they say about Mariners'  "We enjoyed our dinner very much. The  service wits i>ieat..,aiWt))e loved the view"  IIS  Come In soon for  BREAKFASt  8 am - I lam Monday thru Saturday  8am - 2:30 Sunday.  LUNCH  I lam - 3pm Monday thiu Saturday  DINNER  5f.ru - 10pm Weedkays  5pm-11 pin Weekends y  Mariners' popular dinner menu  PLUS Vegetarian plates  1500 Marine Drive,            888-2334  Gibsons Landing  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the perforaiing arts  PRESENTS  Indian Summer Festival  August 30 & 31st  & September 1 & 2  Check This Space Next Week For  COMPLETE PROGRAM OF INTERNATIONAL PERFORMERS  Featured Rastaurarrt  -T-iiw's landing rub tt  Come in and enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner in our  Pub overlooking Joe Hay Tlie food is excellent with  a variety of dishes to choose from, created by our  chefs Sandy and Mark Nuy.ns. There is a different  feature every ninltl with Prime Rib every Saturday  niuhi al $12.95. Our Halibut and Chips is another  favourite, enjoyed by many who visit us Wc now  have a wine and beer store which is open 7 clays a  week for your convenience.  Pub Hours: 11-11,7 days a week  Galley: 11 10, 7 days a week  Wine & Beer Store, 9-9, Mon. to Sat., 11 -9 Sun.  Marina Dock - Dawn to Dust  Pender Harbour - 883-1145  M/C, VISA ... CHEVRON ACCEPTED  FAMILY DINING NIGHT ON THE TOWN  OeekH0��-lntiT*ecknm��ind Euro-  pan cuiane In i MpWrtcmd yet casual ������  rrmsphere. We serve rack of lamb, duck, crab,  Andy's Restaurant Lunch nd dinner  spedah every day. Closed Mondays. Every  Wednesday night a Prime Rib Night. Hour  specialties include veal dishes, steak-, seafood,  pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch Buffet  every Sunday from llam-3 pm. Hwy 10),  Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. dosed  Monday!, 11-10 Tues. Sal.  Tht Boat HOME Jus a ferry ride away in  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, off-ring daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood from  the Wot, East and Gulf Coasts as wd as a  variety of other specialties. Join us after 5 pm  for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  you II keep coming back. If you have m important rendezvous or a ferry to catch, ptear  let us know and we'll make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-8188.  AH major credi: cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quiches and daily spedab are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both healthful and  delicious. Our whole wheal bread and scrumptious desaerts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, uke out orden for  the beach and cappucino are available. The  Coast's bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Mon. A Tues. 9am-5pm, Wed. - Sal. 9am-  9pm. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechek.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-9962.  COMt Club Grfe- Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for al of our menu items. Big  burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican spedab, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily features.  Wkh a European flair, the Coait Club Cafe  offer, dining at reasonable prices. Open liom  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5519  Wharf Ave., Secheh, 885 9344. Visa, Mastercard and American Express accepted - seating  for 60.  fUd-A-Wiy Restaurant Bring the  whole family and join us for great dining at the  Haid-A-Way Restaurani in Gibsons Motor  Im, en Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our friendly,  helpful staff and warm, pleasant almosphere  will add to your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. from 5:30 am until 9 pm, and Thun. to  Sat. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30*10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, II am - 2:30 pm, fealuring a  semmptuous salad bar, with a large selection  of hot and cold dishes and dessens. Eal to  your heart's content. Reservations 88M50I.  55 seats plus banquet room.  Hie Omega Pfza, Sleak And  l-obster Home ��� Wkh a perfect view of  Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega is a peopje-vmcher's paradise.  YouII often sec Bruno Gemssi. former star of  the Beachcomber., dining here. Menu includes  pizza, pasta, .leaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood arc their specialties. Banquet fadbiies  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: S30, Reservaiions  recommended. I ocated in Gibsons Landing al  1538 Gower Poinl Rd. 886-2268. Open for  Lunch Mon. Fri., 11:30-2:30. Dinner Daily  4-9 pm, Fri. 4 Sat., 'til 10 pm.  VBmc Restaurant ��� C��y fmily style  cafe wkh an extensive menu fealuring -pedal  paaudiarMs, steak and seafood damen. Come  in and check oul our dafty lunch md dinner  spcu* or have breakfaat anytime. Saurdtys  we Prime Rib nttfiti. Fully Meowed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thun., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fri., S*., A Sun., 7 am to 9pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechek. 885-9811. Visa A Mastercard  accepted.  Reservaiions recommended. Roberts Creek  Road nl Be*h Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6  pm. Oosed Mondays A Tuesdays. V.MC. 40  Lord An's Rnort Hotel ��� a mnqiai  view of TtKjrmmby Hand and the !*____a*sna  Straits set the theme for a beautilul night out.  Super friendly people, fine international  cuisine, comfortable surroundings, soft muric  and good wine always add up to make youn a  night to remember. Wkh Ive mtaic in our  lounge every weekend and reasonable room  raw with a healed swimming pool and games  room, al our guests fed at home and at eaae.  So, for a night out or a get-away weekend give  us a cal. Starting June IS, summer houn far  the restaurant wl be: freakfast A Lunch, 8  am to 2 pm; Dinner 5:30 pm to 10 pm; seven  days a Wk. For reservations or more information cal 885-T038.  HieW-Mff- Open for breakfM, hatch  and dinner seven days a week. Braahtaking  ocean view and sunsets from every t_*_e. Continental cuisine and seafood at its bat. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm. Fimy kerned and  air-conditioned. Dinner reservations recom-.  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  M - Bnjoy tha natural beauty  of Jervis Wa whie Urt_ng one of our many  horaotyir vedaJties in the pub; or the caul  sumwattap of our farriy restaurant. Our  "Skootara Butgtr" is a chain* to the big-  gtst appetite. Pub houn: Monday ��� Sunday,  11:00 am to 11:30 pm; Friday A Saturday,  11M am to during. Kitchen houn: MO an to  9:30 pm - 7 days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located .4 mBe rath of Rg_nom on Maple  Road.  Cetfan Ndghbourtiood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appctizen and  fill menu along with terrific daily specials,  available 19 9 pm every nighl. We're known  for our greet atmosphere and good times.  Sun. ��� Thun. open 'tin midnight, Fri. A Sit.  open 'til 1 am. Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. MMI71.  Irvine's Landing Pub ��� Dinner menu  offm a variety of appertain and entrees  featuring local produce aid fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, 11 am to II  pm wkh our kitchen open from II am to 10  pm. PCnder Harbour, 883-1145, MC, V, Fully  Sechdt Lcfkm Branch 11430 one or  the best bargans on the Coaat every Friday  night b the fabulous barbequed steak dinner.  served from 6 to 8 pm for only 56,50. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. lop ariotn steak served wkh  your choice of baked potato (with att the gar-  rushes)or delicious pouo salad. Abo included  is a green salad wkh choice of dressings and  garlic bread. Lunch is served Monday to Friday from II am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along wkh a regular menu that includes chicken strips, burgers and sandwiches.  Tnunday is Fish A Chip, day, feature* a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips wkh cole  daw for only $4.55. TAeout orden avaaabk.  Members and guests welcome. 5991 Wharf  Street, Set-heft. 885-9922.  FINE DINING  On the water  from with one of the mon spectacular views in  iWmns, ihe Marinen' specialm in fresh and  kve reafood, and abo offm a full range of  lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change  My, wMi dc_c_w My scaxiees. Marine  Dmst, Gitaora Undtafc M6_U4. Monday lo  Saturday: Lunch 11-3. Monday lo Saturday:  On*. 5-10and Sunday 59, Sunday Brunch  11-3. I0D___.V.M.C.  The Tenvt at BoMhbf-0_.w_h an  ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon-  ntcbrook, located on die saaienrant at Qusmi  ->_���_. offer, _*_-> Weal Coaal cuWne In a  picture-)**, and reank�� soosr settk* F_r  ihoie aotscr* fnr ____ and a last* start-  teri of aervta m oK -a* tai BC food,  aiavaded  of mmlien, cntrmi and do��������� for  lunch md <-__-. FokswO-iner Mm road lo  Ocean Beads Esplanade. Osi houn arc Tws-  day to Sunday 5:30 pm -9.30 pm. To book  apedalesTT.,   pkaae nl OUeV.  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  IMeiGm'i Drive ta- Take ou.-r  dettvery. Ptzn, drawn, salads, burgers,  chicken, deaens, drinks, ice cream. Free home  delivery within 4nties, after Spm only, on $10  minimum orden. Smal charge far orden  wider $10. Hwy. 101, Gibsons. 8W-7I13. 12.  Coast News, August 19. 1991  SPORTS  Strait marathon an  international effort  Su iminerv p.uUIIti ���> .mil  sailors from h<>th tildes of ilu*  ininlfi' are teaming up to Mop  pollution in Georgia Siniii  ��� .\i least seven US participants  will he among hnntlretts uiak-  (111" ihe  _"> km crossing (nun  let heh in Nanaimo on  Saturday, Augusi 24, in the see-  snd  annual   'Save  ihe  Stroll  Marathon' They'll be gathering  ���ledges for (he Save Georgia  jtraii Alliance to help its efforts  in dean up (he Strait  ,   Among ihe swimmers will  ||C K:Hh\   lleuher.  Executive  (Director  Of the  Seaiile haeil  (tampalgll for I'ugcl Sound and  ihe former chairperson of ihe  itugei Sound Vfatcr Quality  (uthorit) During the Carter  (tluiinIsi ration, Fletcher was  Assistant Director <��f White  House Domestic Policy staff A  serious swimmer for the past 2S  years, she'll he hriugin^ her  own support learn ahoartl her  \i fool sloop, thv Stirn/i.  Another hi^li profile partiei  pani will Ih' Seattle's Ken Moser,  skipper of ihe _'(> loot hoat  winch serves as watchdog lor  Seattle's I'u^el Sound Alliance  on his ii.uh patrols nhoard tht*  SiiHntlkei'fH'i, Moser monitors  waler quality, lakes samples.  reports Violations, ami trams  "(ili/en Soumlkeepeis" lie will  Ih1 hinigin^ ihe Simiiilhrfii'i to  provide      support      for  marathoners in then' Georgia  Stroll crossing  oilier participants are coming from even further away  NEW?  On tli. ^^^^^^^  Baby  Bride or bride lo be  t  Have we visited YOU vet.  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  ��� Helen Milburn 886-8676    Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  | Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Amy Hammer, of Davis.  California, will lx- paddling her  kayak in ilu- Marathon tot the  second year in a row; champion  rower and kayakcr Hill Smoke  is coming all llu- way Irom  Bin Italian. Michigan. In he pan  til llu- action, and kayakcr Hill  Bracking of Wnodinvillr.  Washington has also signed up  for ilu- crossing Escort boats  will Iu- provided hy Charles  Aiihin  ol   Portland,   Oregon.  with a *>. fool sailboat,  Uppsalcl, and Tom Hariu-l of  lacoma Washington. Willi a S..  lool ketch, lalsse: Falls?.  Willi live days left lo go. over  I III paddlers and swimmers  have already signed up for the  Marathon More escort boats are  urgently needed, anyone interested in gelling Involved can call  HH.- .-OS or 247-8670.  !__--._--it-S_5^^     ���"'"'" ���������* ""*"��� ���"t  Children become boatwise  TIDE TABLES  tale    Time    Ht.Ft  |     12:46 12.4  120 9:05 4.3  ���IU  5:10 14.0  10:30 11.6  -I   Aale    Time   Ht.-Ft  12.2  3.9  14.1  11.1  2:00  !21 9:55  WE 5:45  '     11:10  Date    Time    HI Ft.  3:10   12.3  2210:40     3.7  TH  6:10  11:40  14.2  10.4  Date    Time Ht Ft  4:10 12.4  23 11:15 3.6  FR  6:30 14.2  Date    Time    HI-FI.  12:To"977  24 5:05   12.6  SA 11:50     3.8  6:50   14.2  Date   Time Ht.Ft.  12:35 ll..  25  5:50 12.8  SU 12:20 4.2  7:10 14.2'  Date    Time    Ht.Ft  1:05  26 6:35  MO 12:55  7:30  8.0  12.8  4.8  14.3  s  DEFERENCE: Point Atkinson f" ~��*,"m*l*,N,r" ���*'h,, ,,  ,  A      ...     ��__       -.     j ������� 1 hr. 40 mln. plui 5 mln. for each II. ol flee,  PaCltlC Standard Time and r mln. lor Meli-.-Hall  Sea King solid glass 6 1/2 ft. Rod  Alvey 520A Reel with Line  #3 Dodger wilh Shimmer Tall ��� RT6-  RI6GED TROLLING OUTFIT  EXCEUENT VALUE  $69.95  739 NORM RD., GIBSONS 8867600  Mon-Thurs 9:30-Spirt  Friday til 9pm Sat 9:30-6:30  Bight children, :is a result of  I heir endeavors, were successful  in completing and earning a  "Let's be Boatwise" certificate  and crest. Tlie five day course,  conducted hy Pender liarhour  rower and Sail Squadron  member una Zotoff, was held ai  llie Kathcritic Lake resorl and  included both boat and water  safely   Many lhanks lo Marie  Hissou -Monlpetit, Tender  liarhour swim director, for her  assistance on Artificial  Respiration, life-jacket drill,  hypothermia and many other  water safely skills Also a Special  thanks lo Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 112 for funding  this project.  A reminder for adults who  wish  to  lake   ihe   "Boating"  course in Bender Harbour,  registration will lake place  Tuesday, September 10 al 7 pm  in the Elementary School ill  Madeira i'ark Interested parlies  wanting lo lake Ihe VHF radio  course, call lock Mention at  HH.-y.2S in' the monlh of  September.  Match provides competition  Twelfth annual  Cedars Golf  Tourney  The* 12th Annual Cedars  (iolf Tournament will be  held at the Sunshine Coast  (iolf and Country Club on  August 24th.  The popular event is a  fundraiser for the club's junior golf program.  Every participant is guaranleed a prize, and in order  lo make good on this  promise, the organizers are  looking for donations.  I or more information, call  Hob or Jean llyams at 1.86-  HI7I.  by Dave Cirard  JUNIORS   INTERCLUB  The match between I'lK.C  and SCGC produced a lol oi  keen competition, Congratulations are in order for Matthew  Chalmers of SCGC for shooting  an even par 08 on his own  course 2nd low gross went to  Kurt Cassidy. I'lldC    Isl low  net. Stephen Williamson,  I'.IGC; 2nd low net, leretnv  Btjdd, SCGC.  A lol more oi litis kind of  cotnpelilion is very Important lo  keep up the Interest  iu our  younger golfers.  SENIORS  MENS  DAY  Augusi o had an average  lurnoin of .. golfers playing  hidden partners.  Isl team wilh a score of net  119 was Brian Disney and Ted  Dohrindlv: 2nd al 131. was  Eldy Gaudy and Wib Staler; ..rd  al 133 was lerry Holmes and Ed  McAllister, antl Ihe 2nd leant of  Al Wendland and Jim I'unlaiu:  KB #.*,, John Willcock; KB ltd,  Ted Dnhrimll  SENIORS   MENS  Augusi 13 had a large  turnout lor Ihe old fashioned  game of Strait golf: Isl low net  al SS, Emie Holloway; 2nd low  nel at (ill, Jerry Holmes; 3rd low  nei ai 63, was a lie between  (ieorge Reid and Leu Best; .til  also produced a lie between  Hob Sagansky and Hill Dean. KB  on #3 (and almost in) was  George Groin: KB #<>. Dutch  Haddon.  MONDAY MIXED TWILIGHT  Augusi 12: Isl low gross,  George Groin and Boh  Sagansky: 2nd low gross, Dutch  Haddon and Jackie Hooper; 3rd  low gross, Dave Wesl and Bill  l.awrcmik: Isl low nel. Ken  Hooper and Wendy Haddock;  2nd low nel Pete Waycoli and  l.onia Lycan; 3rd low net,  Harold Lennox and Carol Reid:  KB #3. Vera McAllister; KB #6.  lid McAllister, Lowest puns.  Tom held antl Shirley Grout;  Wooden trophies, Marv Buyer  and Vera McAllister  PENDER  HARBOUR  GOLF  MENS  DAY  Golfers were shooting their  handicap or Better Sounds easy,  but maybe nol as only Iwo people bettered themselves Those  being George Grout and Neil  Reeder.  LADIES  DAY  Did nol materialize as  roughly KH) ml. of rain fell lhat  day antl canoes are not allowed  on llu* course. Hopefully it will  he heiier ihis Thursday. I should  also mention rumour has it llie  ladies are gearing up for iheir  club championship.  Also, a 2 for I coupon will  appear in the September 16 issue. So keep your scissors  handy!  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  W0RKL.SEEPAGE17  C__QI TXTT^TXTi^C  The Summer 1991 Edition  is now available from  Horseshoe Bay to Earl's Cove  At the following outlets.  The Bay Market  Crystal Serendipity Simp  Dayal't Variety Store  Incentive Travel  Word nl Mouth Gifts  Dockside Pharmacy  Pong's Market  Village Store  Miiliiilr Markei  Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Coast Bookstore  Gibsons Marina  Seaview Convenience Store  Sunshine Croceni/Pelrocan  Pharmasave (Iibsons  SuperValu  Seamount Grocery  Kite Motel  Gibsons Molor Inn  Cedars Inn  Sunshine Lodge  Irwin Motel  Sunnycrest Motel/Hotel  Roberts Creek  General Store  Wilson Creek Campground  Peninsula Market  Bella Beach Molel  Big Mac's  Fjimily Marl  Sechell Ksso  Sechelt Supermarket  Sunny Maikel  Books i- Shift  I'liarmasave Seclielt  Simp K.iss'  Talewind Bunks  Sechell  Chamber nl Commerce  Travel Sunshine Coasl  Tzuonie  Corner Cupboard  B_J Store  Buccaneer Marina  Bender liarhour  Golf cv Country Club  Sunsport Outfitters  Beaver Island Grocery  Oak Tree Market  IGA ��� Madeira Bark  Marina Pharmacy  Tlie Paper Mill  Mountain View Pctro Canada  Irvine's Landing Marina  Garden Hay lintel  & Marina  Colonel Flounders  John Henry's Marina  Bathgate's General Store  The Backeddy Pub  Tlte Fritz Family  Restaurant  Produced By GLASSFORD PRESS  _.., . _. ���  __________  _____ 20th anniversary for rugby club  It* Jstka RalMr  Yaba Daba Oink! Hey from  the stone age lo the present.  This club just keeps on rolling.  From Ihe 'Human Bowling Ball'  OP) to the present clay pint-size  scrum; Ihe (iihsons Rughy and  Athletic Club is this season (91-  92) becoming a platinum  record. Twenty years old! Many  rewards have come lo all over  the years, most Importantly,  camaraderie! More on ihis later.  Starting llie summer season  off in Ihis unforgettable year, the  club has been busy. Beginning  wilh help al Muddy Bill's #1.  then a wonderfully memorable  time al the Williams Lake  Rusllers 12th Annual Rughy  Tourney. Alter lhal, July M and  Ihe Club's hugely successful  "Tight Swine 7's" (Iibsons very  own 7-A-Side Tournament,  "Scruininers Only" Major, major, ball of loo!  Al llie tourney wilh 12 teams  involve*.., there were four  divisions. The round-robin  winners went on to play the  Iwo semi-finals They were  Trojans vs Richmond and I'm  Bruins  It was a mighty final wilh the  Second Annual Tight Swine 7's  Winners   Bill   Bruins   ..ft  to  Richmond's 8 Conditioners  were wonderful, grub and refreshments all gone and everyone happy lo have made il another ila\i  Thanks go mil lo all those  helping and to Greg Petula  (grill), Bonniebrook Industries  (obvious), Cedars Pub Slo-Pitch  League    (netting),    Areola  Fun golf for  a very good cause...  the Junior Golf Program  If you're planning to play this year  CALL IN NOW!  In person please... or phone 886-8171  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  RE-USE  Next time you see a garbage truck working on  your road, remind yourself who is paying for  it. You are! - through your taxes  Municipal solid waste os a costly business. You  could help reduce the tax burden and do yourself  and the environment a good turn, in one simple  step - composting.  Did you know that, on average, 30% of household solid waste could be composted - in your  own garden? Information on how to compost in  next week's 'Recycling Tips.'  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  O  GIBSONS REALTY LTD  Distributors (pop), Molson's  (Minimum) and the Vancouver  Referee's Association, plus big  ���hank you's to all Ihe faithful  fans and of course to my comrades on ihe field, a greal day!  Moving on from thai splendi-  lorotis event the Club took another road trip, this lime up the  Sea to Sky highway to Whistler.  Having heen invited once again  10 tlie Second Whistler 7's. After  die stories from last year, everyone was keen lo participate.  Everyone but Eric?! The team  did not fair loo well, hut while  in Whistler enjoyed the festivities jusl the same.  Onward to finish off July  witli help on the Sea Cavalcade  Parade; also coming away with  third place trophy overall!  Hooray Bigs!  While there is little time to  worry about ihe next blow-out,  all of a .sudden summer fun is  over and it's back to business.  That's right, full fledged rugby  practices arc on every Tuesday  and Thursday at (r.W pm, upper  Elphi's held. All those interested  are welcome. We've got a great  core of men and are looking for  a few more enthusiasts. Anyone  that's big, dumb and ugly or  short, fast and cute can play this  game. We're striving for a  championship this year.  Just a reminder for all those  thai are just looking for some  exercise and a club organization  lo join, we're extending our  invitations out to you for a run  and some fun. Come on out and  get back Into shape. The more  bodies that participate tlie easier'  it is. See ya tliere!!  Only one upcoming event in  Augusi on the 24th, the VRU  Spray 7's Tourney. This is held  at Brockton Oval, starting at  9:30 am until . pm. This is a  great opportunity to see some of  tlie world's best 7-a-side players.  Canada made il to the semi's in  Hong Kong and finals in the  Gala 7's in Scotland. Most of  Canada's team come from the  Vancouver Rugby League.  Two weeks later, September  7, the regular season begins and  the 20ih Anniversary Bigs are on  Iheir way. Tlie whole season is  as follows.  -���im  Gams;  September 7 vs Meralomas Ih  September H vs Vancouver  Rowing Club; October . vs  UBC; November 9 vs Trojans;  November 16 vs EXD-Lions I;  Christmas break, January 18 vs  tIBCOB; January 25 vs EXII  Lions II; February 15 vs Scribes,  February 22 vs KATS; February  29 vs Meralomas I; March 14 vs  Capilano.  Remember all  home  and  away games start at 11*30 am.  *�����>  Gaunt:  September 21 vs Trojans.  September 2H vs tlllCOB;  <rctobcr 12 vs Scribes; (k tuber  IV vs Meralomas I; October 26  vs Meralomas II; November 2 vs  UUC, February I vs EXIUjons II;  February 8 vs Vancouver  Rowing Club; March 7 vs KATS;  March 21 vs Capilano; March  28 vs EXIM-ons.  End of season, into playoffs,  hope we're there. Willi your  support we'll play even harder.  doing back to the start of  this article, 1 mentioned camaraderie; this not only goes for  the direct players on the field  but all of Ihe members of an organization. Tlie (iRC has grown  over the last few years and now  encompasses not only rughy,  bill a semi-final slow-pitch team  (ya!) a Wednesday nighl volley-  hall gathering, a pool team,  darts club and social-alumni  events.  The latter group i.s one  which we, as the current executive, are trying to develop and  enlarge so some of our future  goals (clubhouse, showers,  meeting room) will someday  come to fruition, and there will  be a place for all to  "Barticipaction".  On tills note I would like to  invite everyone to a "Meet tlie  I'igs", an introduction to our  organization night on  September 6, from 6 pm until  10 pm. Anyone interested in  joining us and looking for information can come on down  to the clubhouse at Armours  Beach.  One last thing. Anyone thai  has participated in any of the  clubs sporting or social activities  of the last 20 years i.s asked to  please send information (postal  address and phone number) to  the Club's Postal Box #1552,  Gibsons, BC, VON IVO. We  now have a newsletter and  hope to keep all informed.  Thanks for reading! Oink,  oink!  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Form-fly Gibsons Pentecostal Church) .  School Kit, opposite KCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday Night  Evening Service 7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Olfice 886-7107  PASTOR Dan MacAuley 8867107  YOUTH PASTOR |. Morris BRA-14.9  Affiliated wttlt tlte Pentecostal  Assemblies of CahaiIa  THE UNITED CHURCH  Of fl-NAPA  Sunday Wors/ii/) .V.rvrce  GIBSONS  Glasstord Road -11:15 am  Sunday School -11:15 am  ST IOIINS  Davis Bay Kn.ul and  Simpkins Road - 9:10 am  Sunday School ��� 9:30 am  Reverend Be ri Ramsey  Church Telephone 866-2313  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  In Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt  Sunday Services ��� 11:00 am  A Warm Imitation To Alt  For Information Please Call  -85-250. or 8-5-3689  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Schedule  SATURDAY  5:00 pm, St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm, St. Andrew's {Anglican)  Pender Harbour  SUNDAY  8:30 am, Indian Reserve  9:30 am, Holy Family, Sechelt  11:10 am, St. Mary's Gibsons  T��l��p-M*-:M5-51t  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy. 101 at North Rd. - 886-7410  Serving (..-sons _, Roberts Creek  Wednesday-10:30 am  Worship - Bible Study  Sunday- 10:30 am  Parish family tucharisl  Serving Gibsons a)  Roberts Creek  The Rev Fslher Norlh, Rer tor  CQAC6  (D-FOtimtfi pr._S_Y__r.-Ar.)  ClTUfXi?  SUN II J0_,��� Si blL_A'S, SCCb-LC  7-Op-s In homes  ___6-7-yV-, pMcoojOfFice  j cjsmtQOH ftu.st.0  HsflftJ-74.6  pASCOQ  046.-970?  CDOU-iMCI-Ate  &  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  SI. Hilda's, Sechell  8:00 am - 9:30 am  St. Andrew'., Pender Harbour  11:30 am  We litnid A Warm Wekome To AM  885-5019  Rev. tune Martin  Rev. Dan Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes Vou To torn Us  In Sunday Worsh  Children's Progress 945 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  ���H-7M-  Paitor Monly McLean  Coast News, August 19, 1991 13.  :  Four hardy souls took part in the unofficial "Keats Island  Swim" during Sea Calvacade weekend wilh Jeanette Gibbons  taking the winning time of 45 miii. Also pictured are George  Smith (far left), David Moid (left centre), and Brad Benson.  Holland  America and  Princess Cruises  vancouir��i to  _ -Zoi crfncfELE.1  QYk FEW SPACES LEFF FOR  f SEPT. SAILINGS  BOOK NOW!  1 R( )\1    $51).).()() (  AX  IF SiwcwiaI Agencies  Travel Dept. Sunnycrest Mall   886-9255  In touch with  the Sunshine Coast  Mountain FM Radio  107.5/104.7  Listen in for the  FISHING REPORT  8:30 and 3:30 weekends  brought to you by the  Omega Restaurant  "Where the locals eat local"  We are your radio station.  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BCVtlN 1V0  Cellular 671-3754  Ron Hovden  Home 886-9635  Gerald R McConnel  V TOM'S  Electrical tt Plumbing  ""^     Residential ��� Commercial  naa aariMATaa  ' CONTRACTORS LIC NO 6644  886-3344 ��� 886-3364 .  ARGATZ  Bllolds ��� SerMflt ��� Qaragt Doora ��� Prihung Doora ��� Windows  Highway 101�� Pnlt Rd.      PAUL HAMILTON  aiblonl.B.C.VONIVO c,  wmwiaaa-Taaa    re, mutts .  (     M.J.J.  VINYL SIDING  Sollitt, FASIA, Shutters  Stone Is Brick  Fred Cocker  P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message)  Sechelt, B.C.  ,   Phone 885-6065  VON 3A0  Ashword Contracting  "* QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Estimate Call OOC ��*__ -   I  . Howard Aahmora 000*04*. sl /  A i T ENTERPRISES: ConMruotlon Oorvloeo  Serving Trie Coast Since r__5  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ^^^^^        ������_���-___  T. WONG, BOX Ttl, QlitONI, B.C. VON IVO  "HUDSON���  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  RENOVATION AND REMODELLING SPECIALIST  CUSTOM DECKS AND DESIGN  15 YEARS EXPERIENCE   "When Qjjjjjfjjt is a Priority"  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ol  commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. O.AMNmS  FREE  R   WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling* Framing  Foundations'Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  BL .10534  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd    i  ��� Dispatch -     ,.,.     ,���Act ..tint- ,      ,        . Fut  f  185-9666      | j IIS-S33-1   [885-22261  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coasl  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172. 5417 Burnet Rd. Sechelt  R  Ready Mix Concrete  C Sand t Gravel  N tT     CONCRETE  CRANE 1^,/"*    ITI-)        I   RENTAL \^J    L ' u    SMWNG THf SIMSMWI t-MSr;  SE^^.:.Lr'    *-Ke-s   giba��_i:7t  885-7180 curbs, etc 886-8174  fl  Oil  CONCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For quality work, cell u*l   086-7032  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  'BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING K        S  ��� Septic Fields ���  > Drainage - Excavation  . Water Lines     - Rock Walls  - Landscape Construction -  ��� Call 886-39777  GEN. CONTRACTORS  Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals    . Sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber qaRY 886-9585  V TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361 ,  Hi  'astrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  POMFRET  "CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR1 S41 C5, Gibsons BC VON IVO  Phone: 886-8900  Ad&th.  FREE ESTIMATES  ���Vii/      FAST S RELIABLE  _.^_**-" CALL BETWEEN  . BiOOnm S 8:OOpm  -DAN  PAINTERS 883-2276   A  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  Rock Walls  Patios  Facings  Planters  ^j\*rj<ar-)f  $t&ffl&&*#  A       h        RENOVATIONS WITH  l\hfihlO A TOUCH OF CLASS  PW* UV   COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER M5S  LTD HALFMOON BAYj  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS i _  ��� WATEB LINES {Mt *1' 4M  .cleahing Steve Jones    886-8269.  / _���_, CT^S^.      CLIP 6 SAW %  \F* BCFeRRiGs Schedule \  VANCOUVER   SECHELT PCNINSULA  HOBS. fiMOE BAY  IANG0AIE  JERVIS INLET  _��H._ .UVt    _��LltHTB��T  Lv. Langdale ' Lv. HorseshM Bay  6 20 am      2:30 pm 7 30 am      3:30 pm  8 30 M'       4:30 9 30 M        5:30 M  10 30 6:30 1130 7:25 M  12:25 pm IYI 8:20 M 1:15 pm      9:15  M dindll Mlvtii.1 Iu,  Lv. Eitls Cove Lv. Saltery Bay  6 40 am       4:30 pm .45 M     3:30 pm  8 20 6:30 7 35        5:30 M  10 30 8:30 9 25 M     7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M 1130      9:30  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  886-7337 085-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1    "'' '*'"'' ' ^m"] faitttv lii'.f PI   rianknn Mann- llr  ROUTE 2   p'-' CMIrtl  Go*, f   W-flc'WS SC Mobile Pal*  Dapartvra ���-, n  Ht* 7:45  9:15  11:45  1:45  3:45  5:45  7:45  D-part  Langdi-  For ry  Tormlnal  8:14 4:11  10:11 6:11  12:11   8:08  2:08*10:00  Otpart '7:30  Mill     '9:10  11:00  1:00  3:00  ���8:10  '6:20 ��p  Arrlvi  5:45 1:20  7:45 3:26  9:26 5:28  11:28 6:40.  "No 5:45 am run Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays  '10:00 pm run Fri., Sat!, Sun. _ Holidays  NOTE: Sltopptr's Loop I*. Man 10:45 am, 12:45, FBflES  2:4514:45 pm Mon.-Sat. Oul ol Town  Inlo. Comments & Suggestions - 886-9318 In town  ����� Cat**, rang, V-mm ��� Ho Bor-Wra* �� Sm Pi net-Up  Ho* ��� No .30 OT, 7J0 ��ri or J_0 pm strem Sit., Ssin. or HCAam  ���dulls Seniots Children Stud   Comm Tickets  SI 50    51 00      75    SI 00        SI 25/nde  75 75       75 75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  Inaurance /-=**  Cu��f*��n L_i  Notary  AA)#  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Bed Carpet Sanlaa From Friendly Prolaaaionala In Sunnycraat Mall, Olbaon*.  ..   .TO  ��� ,ir  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.Sj  GAS ��� PELLET ��� WOOD       k'%\  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Op-n TuM.-Sat.   5631 Wharf Rd," 000*71 Tl J  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St  Irom Big Mac's. Seclielt  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ���rani   a  FralissMHials   |  673PayneRd.. dlbeone 008^191  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  . CABINETS ���  880-9411  i^__^^JSriowroom (Corn's Plata.Hwti 101'  Opon Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pmj  ROST DESIGNERS  lt_Htd��*ntl-l - Commervlal  Furniture DfsnlKl. ��� Furnltur- Layout.  LiRhtlnK - Color ('utiMiltutism  Kltcsh-n A Buthroom D--lMn ��� Renovutions  Norw���*��! Bay Rd., Sechelt,  .     WOLFtiANG AULAN RUST  885-_ae3     _  Fencing & Decks  Painting & Electrical  Call Kim or Greg  For Estimates  885-2610  _:'.'-.- .  mm^ Coast News, August 19 1991  15.  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  ;���  Moving? What do you do first  buy or sell?  A plastic fusion niati (jets set up to meld two lengths of natural ||as pipe as Centra (las be||iiis laying line in downtown  .Sechelt. To avoid tearing up roadways the crews 'punch' a  hole under the hlacktop from one ditch to another and then  push a length of pipe- through. The fusion man sets the ends  into a mount, cleans and grinds both, places a hot iron in-between, jacks the ends into a flatiron to melt the plastic under  pressure, removes the iron and then jacks the two ends together while hot. The bond, when done correctly, should end  up as strong as or stronger than the pipe itself.  Jot-1 Johnstone photo  by Slow Sa-nror  Owner-Manager ofNRS  (iibsons Realty, Pivslilent  of the Sunshine Coast  Real Estate Association  One tiling's certain, you're  going to move. Hut the nexl decision is sometimes the hardest.  Do ynu buy your new home  first or sell your present one  first? Il's the real estate equivalent ol the age old question  "whal came first, the chicken or  the egg?" Invariably, it's one of  the most popular questions  asked when a family decides lo  sell Iheir home.  If you're in this situation, it's  not easy to assess unless you  look at it from every angle and  in the context of what your family's situation or needs may be.  liming may be very important If  you have children in school and  are planning to move from your  present area. You should also  consider the market because it  will greatly influence the length  of time you need to sell and  buy.  When ihere are more houses  for sale than available buyers,  you'll certainly be ahle to pick  and choose ihe home you waul  without a problem. However,  you'll obviously need more time  to sell your home. In a seller's  market though, you'll he con-  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIRECT  WiwnyMWiMtlMJobdoMfltfO  CAU.THitEl"'���"*  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MISC. SERVICES  Rene  BBS-3S8-  >  BBB-BBBB  Mon.-Sat. 9:30*5:00 PM  Showroom ��� 4349 Hwy 101 Sechell ��� Across liom Sunshine GM  '"   IS Satisfaction  Quality  COAIT UIIADOIUUIAf Hinc  Senior's Discounts flT- W^i*    - j [.J ''  L-I.-I.-.-.-SS   M--   DrnhlAm \ _-. ���S**-"~    '.   I  Heights No Problem    >  Inlerior & Exterior        * ���  Free Estimates Home  -SM^-li-.  885-3862  885-4637  __,  Ms  LANDSCAPING  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886*3412, Glboono, B.C.  fJT Horkaljire (Barftener  ifWrA General Garden Maintenance  L^" ���      Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  B_ _rV Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  _.  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  ni'lBti-im l"...ttlft__      Dlan-jng  '-Beams ^*LLA  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts &  Chris Nipper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  &  Hiccaneer  Marina V Resort Ltd  Located in Sectel Cove 865-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  PARTS  K 4 C Tharmogla.. 6  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  I *. 1=. :_���_���.;.'J  [OUTBOARDS!  HOMEOWNERS HELPLINE!  The Best Way To Get Stuff Done  886-4788  ANYTIME  (CHAINSAWS  8ALE8 & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER t*  CHAIN8AW LTD  I    731 N6F.TM ftSAD    B86-2912_J  PLUMBING  ' DAer  'Bod  cottrell's Marine service^  Located al 1051 Sunshine coast Hwy.  Next to Kenrnac Parts  SHOP Mt-IOOl RES. 111-1410  ��� Sail Waler Licences  ��� Motel & fampsites " Water Taxi  . ' Marine Rcp-iis       \ let- and Tackle        6.t-226_  m  SERVICES  hmom  i- it Plumbing - Heating  j- Gastittlng - Fire protection  *\J Air management - Irrigation  Vacuum systems - Music & Sound systems  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885 3930  frontal wilh the opposite Your  hum. will sell foster, hut iiiuliii|>  your next home will take  longer  Ideally, when llie market is  neither overly last or slow, the  average completion time tor the  sale of a home is between .0  and '111 days. This is limed oul  Irom the moment you sign the  listing agreement to when a  purchase agreement is signed  Add another .(> to (it) days closing lime after llie fact and until  lite new owner lakes possession.  6ECIN 6Y DOINfi SOME  HOMEWORK!  If you want to feel more like  you're iu control of the moving  situation, a good idea is to do  your homework hy familiarizing yourself wilh the current  market conditions Start hy  reading the real estate classifieds  or going over the local real estate papers in your area Make  notes of the homes and drive hy  Ihem. Compare Ihe prices See  how fast the homes tire heing  sold This will make your ex-  pecialions more realistic.  Your next step is prohahly  going to he an emotional tine.  How much is your home  worth? Certainly it's meant a lot  to you... and prohahly Ihe very  reasons you hoitghl il originally  will he whal excites its next  owner To get an ohjective  opinion, call a repulahle real  estate agent lo do a market  evaluation of your home  This will he done free and  without any obligation Hut a  prolessional agent has more  ready information on which lo  make a fair evaluation, including the recent selling prices of  comparahle homes. And this  person doesn't have Ihe same  emotional lies lo the property.  ��� If you've decided lo sell your  home first, a market evaluation  will lei you know how much  your home is valued tit and ihe  equity you've now huill up  Knowing Ihis gives you tt heller  idea of what you'll he ahle to  buy nexl.  Now you're ready to list your  home If you fell good about the  salesperson who did your market evaluation, you may wain to  call Ihem back, or ask Iriends or  relatives for the name ol a good  agent  NOW TO tr YOUR HOME SOLD  Regardless of the market, a  good method of ensuring your  home sells is lo price il properly  from the start. This way you  won't lose genuinely interested  buyers by overpricing lly Ihe  lime you've dropped your price  anyway, ihey will probably  have found another home  Il's certainly tt nalural inclination lo value your own prop.  erty. bin this is where Ihe services of tt knowledgeable real  estate associate will stand you in  good stead. Overpricing means  you increase Ihe amount ol lime  it takes lo sell your home  Sooner or Inter, you'll be forced,  especially in a buyer's markei,  lo Ih- more realistic  If everything is proceeding  smoothly and you do gel an ol  let on your home quickly, dun'I  panic if you haven't bought another house yel You can always  negotiate the closing dale It i give  you the extra lime you need to  liuil a home and buy It.  If you've listed your home  without buying, when il's finally  Portable  Toilet  Rentals  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Mm:  Septic Tank Pumping  Bonnltbrook  Industrie  886-7064  mi Ihe markei, you should genuinely begin looking al homes  wilh an eye to purchase You  now have a belter idea ol whal  tint can afford based on the sale  of your home and should look  in thai price range in an area  \ou would like lo live in.  TWO HOMES MD NO H0MEI  Whal if something happens  and 1 end up Willi iwo homes,  or worse yel. no home' We  can't say this Situation never  happened. Inn again, a knowledgeable agcnl will know several options lhal will protect  yon Irom these very scenarios,  including making a purchase  conditional on Ihe sale of your  presenl home or arranging interim financing Remember,,  you're not the only one who's  ever moved and ihe experience ���  of other, will actually make  your move easier  So what is the answer lo that  age-old question*' Depending on  llie market and your family's  needs, always look for the situ- ,  plesi route and one lhat brings ;  you   the   most    peace   of  mind   then lind a professional  agent who will help your family ;  accomplish whal can he a very-  rewarding experience - moving  inlo a new home!  f  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  "V  ��� Lite & Disability Insurance Planning  1 Retirement Planning      ��� Employee Bene.il Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coasl for over 9 years'  I AWRKSCI-: K. CHAMM.R8  nitf-oan  .OU--W:  __m..  PAY YOURSELF  FIRST  But whal about the mortgage or the  rent, the car payment, the credit cards,  and so on? Of course, you mutt meet  your financial obligations. Rut if you're  going to save money and build toward  a better tomorrow, you must keep some  of what you earn for yourself.  Wc can show you how to do it - and  how to make your savings grow. Call  us today.  Your resident Investors Planning Team \  J N.W (Jim) BUDDSr.  885-3397  InvBstOmVS  Group  DEBORAH MEA1.IA  ssr, 4(iii  J H Uiml BUDD Jr.  885-4011  PWTITTROn OUR EXPERIENCE  ���������)������-������  B.C. ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY  NOTICE  WHERE PROPERTY CURRENTLY USED FOR  RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES IS ZONED FOR  ANOTHER USE, SPECIAL CONSIDERATION  MAY BE GIVEN IN THE VALUATION WHERE  THE PROPERTY HAS BEEN OWNED AND  OCCUPIED BY THE PRESENT OWNER SINCE  JULY 1st. 1981.  APPLICATION FORMS AND OTHER INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM YOUR  LOCAL ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY OFFICE.  AND MUST BE FILED BY OCTOBER 31, 1991.  TERMINAL  ForestProductsLtd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Corop-liliv. Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR-RR-HEMLOCK  886-7033 16.  Coasl News, August 19, 1991  Telephone deregulation threatens service  LETTERS  by Frt* Pniri), mutual  president tt tkt Ceaaaal-  cations and Electrical Warners al Canada.  Canadians love to talk - es-  '. penally on the telephone.  In fact, the latest available  statistics Irom the Canadian  ! Radio/Television and Tele-  ; communication. Commission -  ��� CRTC - show lhat the average  ] Canadian makes almost I,SOU  ' telephone calls per year.  And a recenl national public  | opinion survey done by the  ; Gallup organization reveals lhal  i (-iiadians ranked Ihe telephone  ', second only to hydro electricity  ! ill order of importance of ser-  i vices ill their homes. In addi-  ', lion, an astounding % per cent  ; of those surveyed expressed satisfaction with Iheir existing  . telephone service.  There is a danger that our  telephone system will be  "deregulated" hy the Mulroney  government, through the CRTC.  Tlie federal government is on  record as favouring deregulation  and has deregulated industries  such as energy and air transport,  to name just two  Tlie problem with deregulating telephones - if the experience in the IIS is examined - is  that it will end up costing the  Canadian consumer significantly  more for basic phone service  and may well jeopardize existing services to many communities.  Deregulation of telephones is  likely to lake the guise of  "competition" in long distance  services. Competition has a nice  ring to it hut what is currently  being considered hy the CRTC is  Are you prepared for an  employment layoff?  by Ritchie McClo., FC��  Enccutlvi   Vlca-Praildinl  Institute  ol  Chartered  Accountants  sl  British  Columhia  laid off and forced lo maintain your lifestyle is hard  enough Thanks to the economic downturn we're in, it's  even harder Ilui the ride can be  considerably smoother and less  hcariwrenciiing if you've done  some planning and budgeting  If you are laid oil you should  implement an aclion plan. Upon  receiving your nolice you  should immediately apply for  unemployment benefits  Employment and Immigration  advises people not to wait for  your record of employment hut  to apply as soon as possible,  since you must wail lour lo six  weeks for the first cheque, and  Ihis wait doesn't begin until  you've received your final sever-  Customs  officer  sought  The Regional District will  continue to push for a customs  officer for the Coast, in spite of  a letter from Minister of  National Revenue Otto Jelinek  slating that sufficient customs  services are provided for  pleasure craft at several other  pons in IIC.  Noting that information  gleaned from several tourist  organizations indicated many  boaters hy pass the Sunshine  Coast and go straight on to  I'owell River to check in with  the customs officer tliere,  Directors agreed to continue  efforts to establish a customs  port on (he Coasl.  auce payment.  In Vancouver, you are required to work a minimum of  IH insurable weeks lo qualify  for III., which would make you  eligible for a maximum  payment period of 21 weeks. If  you've worked .2 or more insured weeks, ihe maximum  Ix-nefil period is . I weeks.  If you have cash flow problems, you should only cash in  your RRSP's as your lasl resort,  since you'll have lo pay the deferred taxes on ihem  If you gel sick shortly after  being laid off and receive severance pay in lieu of notice, you  may still continue lo qualify for  company disability benefits. For  example, if you were given severance pay for four mouths and  then got sick after three months,  you should still he eligible for  benefits.  budget and cut your expenses. This is just as important  during unemployment as it is  when you don't have financial  problems. You should make a  list of your ex|ienses and budget  your money accordingly.  (Unfortunately, you may have to  cm down on spending related  to leisure and entertainment activities, hut prioritizing your  needs and expenses is an especially important exercise when  money is tight.) If you need free  financial counselling, contact  the Debtor Assistance branch of  the Ministry of Labour and  Consumer Services.  Should you leave your company, - voluntarily or otherwise  - you should closely examine  your benefits and see if you can  maximize tlicm, and what son  of options are available to you  in the way of transferirng pension or life insurance plans, and  so on. People oficn ignore benelils and take them for granted although benefits may have a  large cash value and give you  peace of mind.  far from competition.  The most often mentioned  application for entry into the  long distance market is one  from I'nitel. a company owned  hy   cable   lv   giant   Rogers  Communications  Inc.   and  Canadian Pacific Lid  tlnilel is asking llie (RIC for  permission to skim Ihe cream  off Ihe lop of the revenue-rich  long distance business, while  limiting their own contributions  lowards maintaining basic  phone service for everyone  (>ur regulated phone system  now requires that the phone  companies use revenues from  long distance to "cross subsidize* local plume rates - making  Canada's system not only af  fordable but one of the highest  quality in the world  A federal task force headed  hy a former Manitoba Cabinet  minister predicts that 88 per  cent of all residential phone  subscribers and .2 per cent of  all business subscribers will pay  more for their phone service  under deregulation.  That certainly has been the  experience in tlte US. They have  just gone through their first full  decade of telephone deregulation during which basic rates  lumped by 76.1 per cent on average.  Charges for such things as insinuation of phones are almost  double what they are in  Canada And, according to the  Consumers' Federation of  America, there now exist such  things as line access charges in  some Slates and even Local  Measured Service (where you  pay for each and every call as if  il were long distance)  So had has it become for  some people on low and fixed  incomes iu the IIS that .7 Stales  have introduced "telephone welfare" schemes where sohscrilicrs  who can no longer afford basic  service can apply for a subsidy -  usually alter passing a means  test, often administered hy the  phone company.  Ihe question Canadians have  lo ask is "Why should we follow  the American way?"  GST rough ride $n^j  hyCGlaniMhb,C*  Despite     government  assertions lhat implementation  of the (1ST (Goods and Services  Tax) has been a smooth ride for  business, many small firms are  finding the transitional road to  he humpy. In mm, that means  consumers arc likely to be  bounced around a bit too  In some cases for example,  the (1ST is affecting product  packaging and lhal may shake  up the way you buy. A baker  who sells a certain line of  sweetened baked goods to  grocery stores has always  packaged ihem in hatches of  five. Under the new tax rules,  buying one to five of such  baked goods attracts (1ST  because Ibe goods are seen to  he for immediate consumption,  liming six or more attracts no  lax because they're seen to be  basic groceries (not for  immediate consumption).  Since the grocery store buys  these baked goods by the  hundreds, it argues that they  couldn't possibly he for  immediate consumption. That  would he true, says Revenue  Canada, if the baked goods  were loose rather lhan packed  in ban lies of five. Unsure about  the tax slams of his goods, the  baker simply decides to package  his sweet treats in hatches of ten  so the (1ST won't apply.  Whether consumers will go for  these larger quantities remains  in be seen.  As well, consumers may be  affected by the myriad of  regulations issued to cover  special circumstances arising  from the (1ST. The taxi cab  indusiry drives home the point.  Under (1ST legislation,  businesses earning $30,000 or  less actually don't have to  register for or charge (1ST.  Worried lhat consumers would  only use small operators in  order to avoid paying the lax,  Revenue Canada has declared  that all tab companies now  musl collect (1ST on fares.  If you use the services of a  professional who rents space in  a commercial building and  whose business is tax-exempt  under the (1ST, such as a  dentist, you may find yourself  absorbing some of his or her  increased costs. Commercial  rents are subject lo (1ST as are  "common area" charges, such as  those for maintenance, heal and  hydro. Water and taxes are  exempt from (1ST, but are often  included in common charges.  Most businesses can recover  (1ST paid on these items, hut  those rated tax-exempt cannot.  Shopping in stores with GST-  included prices has also caused  confusion for consumers and  headaches for retailers. In  provinces, such as Ontario,  Continued on page 20.  Try slow  and sura  Editor  In my opinion, there are far  too many unanswered questions, to justify an expense of  $721,837.20 for the "Beautification" project. Are we lured  into it, just because we can  borrow cheaply? Like buying  Ihe car you don't need, just  because it looks like such a  good deal?  Remember: Wc do not know  the impact of the re-routing of  Highway 101 on the community. Will it bring more or less  tourist traffic to Cowrie? What  will the "No-left-turn" from  Cowrie on to Wharf do to the  merchants? What will the impact he of the new malls in  (Iibsons and at Field Road?  Why not hook into whal is  left of previous heaulificalion efforts? Add trees lo fill in between the ones we already  have, and presto' Cowrie will  look almost exactly as shown  on the palming presented to the  public at the "Information  Meeting* on July 31.  Do not rip out perfectly adequate sidewalks, lo he replaced  hy costly concrete. Fix up as,  and where, necessary with attractive trees, and attractive  window displays. Who will  start looking for hydro and telephone wires high above those  _rees?  In summary: Yes, let us beautify, hut let us be reasonable.  Keep ii simple. Go slow, step by  step, and see what happens.  Let us re-think spending up  to three-quarter million of  ratepayers' dollars for what, as  far as projecting a good, warm  old fashioned village atmosphere is concerned, could be  done for far less. For perhaps as  little as $2 .,(100  Ed Cuylits  Bill C-6 a danger  Editor:  I have received a letter from  Ray Funk, the NDP Member of  Parliament for Prince Albert,  Saskatchewan. He describes in  great detail an alarming situation which has developed in  Ottawa. (Irian Mulroney was  one of tlie world leaders who  spoke about the need for strict  control of arms sales to the  Middle East. Now bill C-6 has  just been passed. This will give  the Canadian amis manufacturers a wonderful opportunity to  make large amounts of money.  Doug Roche, a former  Conservative MP, was the  Canadian disarmament ambassador. He strongly opposed to  dill C-6. Ray Funk invites anybody who has opinions about  the arms trade to write to him  or to the NDP Defence Critic,  John llrewin. The address is:  House of Commons, Ottawa,  KIA0A6.  Isabel Ralph  DESK TOP PUBLISHING & COMPUTER DESIGN ��� DESK TOP PUBLISHING & COMPUTER DESIGN * DESK TOP PUBLISHING & COMPUTER DESIGN *  NOIS3Q d3J.ndWQ3V ONIHSIianddOi. XS3Q ��� NOIS3Q H3JU.dl.00��9N.HSr.BnddOl -.S3Q ��� N9IS-K. *-3J-.dW03*ONIHSHSfld dOl 5.S3Q  Something's  amissl  Editor  I was on the government  dock at Halfmoon Day the other  day and within the space of 13  minutes had almost identical  conversations with two different  men.  Thirty years ago, I was told,  you rowed out to Merry Island,  dropped a hook and caught a  fish. If you wanted another fish  you dropped the hook again.  It jusl doesn't seem to work  that way any more. Maybe  something is seriously amiss.  Those convinced that something is amiss have planned a  mass crossing of Georgia Strait  using muscle and wind power -  Mission Point to Nanaimo,  Saturday, August 24.  The Save Georgia Strait  Alliances call upon power  boaters to make their statement  hy acting as escorts.  To register, call the Marathon  office at 88 .-3763 or the undersigned.  Frank McKenna  Ferry still dumps  Editor  When reading your August 3,  1991 article on ' Have a ferry  safe journey' I could nol help  hut feel angry. While safety precautions for passengers are admirable and probably mandatory, the dumping of the holding tanks into Howe Sound hy  the Queen of Cowichan is not!  Howe Sound and the Straits  of Georgia have been ' dumped  Into' long enough and while  ferry passenger safely is very  important the waters tlie ferries  travel in are too.  I would urge your readers to  put pressure on the powers that  be in demanding lhat pumping  out stations for all boats be installed on Ibis coast, by writing  to: Waste Management Branch,  I ...26 - 103 A Avenue, Surrey,  IIC, V3R 7A2. Attention: HY.  Wong, P. Eng., Regional  Manager.  Leiana Anthony  Cynicism  is easy  Editor  Cynicism is an easy horse to  ride, fat and lazy with the gore  of human history. It's easy to recline, seat on the rump, hack  against the fluffy mane, arms  folded behind the head and  pontificate upon the foolishness  of your fellows.  Eric Mailing has been reclining thus for years. It is his  'sclitick'. Twenty-eight years ago  at university, he had the knack  of staying just on the safe side of  being dismissed with an epitiiet  and he parlayed that into a considerable career as a broadcaster.  He is, without doubt, clever  hut cleverness is not the opposite of foolishness, merely an  elaborate form of it.  Tlie powerful and influential,  Eric's fishing buddies, may well  have him convinced that those  who perceive the earth to be dying of human influence, lament  in vain.  What could he more vain  than to choose not to struggle  against one's own pointless,  humiliating and unnecessary  death, but merely to provide a  commentary?  John Marion  : Clean with  : Bee Carpet  iCare  ��� Carpets  ��� Upholstery  ��� Scotchguarding  Beelme... 885-5011  North  iJjOaks  767 North Rd.,  Gibsons, B.C.  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Pihase 3&4  Now Starting  For more information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  8864680  ��^-^^i-^,��i:,-^>A>^^��_j_^._--��--_.-.���  i_MHB_Ba_a Coast News, August 19,1991  17.  CLASSIFIED  HOfnM k\  ^^SSH3__I_T_I  CtJkime  l__ " J ���  Thank You  COAST NEWS)  CLASSIFIED  AnnounoMitnt  Weddngs I Engagement  Lad  Found  PM. Livestock  Music  Travel  Free  Garage Sales  BanerATrade  For Sale  Heavy Equipment  Autos  Trucks  Campers  Marine  Mobia HofiMt  m��_. .. i  MUfLrlLVCWt  Wanted to Renl  Bed* Breakfast  For Rent  Entertainment  Help Wanted  Business j Home Services  32. Work Wanled  33. Child Care  34. Business Opportunities  35. Legal     _J^  DROP OFF YOUR  THE SUNSHINE.  >ast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885-5937  In Roberls Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 888-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B & J Store, our Friendly  People Place in Hallmoon Bay.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  lOI 10 WmilS  (Births losl &  Found FREE)  7% QST  must to  added to all  our puces  29 ctflts lo* each additional word  Pay lor 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Aas Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SELL CLASSIFIEDS  $18 MP to 10 words  $1 oaoh additional word  Vour at), lew-ring 11Hm, will run A conj-cutive �����-���-. then will b��  .���nulla- unl-M you Instruct us lo renew It by noon -thirdly.  Not available lor commerclet edvtrltaera.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Qibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  OIBSONS8SS-_822 SECHELT 886*3830  -.BSONS FAX 888-7725 SECHELT FAX 885-3(84  Available lor public uee  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Rccrial-n ��� Retirement  ��� Ra-KStion  CATALOOU-E  5686 Cowrie SI. Box 1219  Sechell. BC VON 3A0  185-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll Free 684-8016  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your offer. 886-2694.  #24sr  Lol 23 Central Rd.. 50x105.  vies*, level, 3 km to ferry.  872-1064. #20sr  Drive up Trail Ave., pasl Ihe  arena & discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout. These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready lor your dream home.  Signs on properly. Priced Irom  $25,000 up. #21s  MUST SELL  3 bdrm., 3 balh. spectacular  view. Beautilul sunsets. Close to  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. (1 883-9418,  988-4310. "21ss  Private only, acreage wanted!  Port Mellon to Roberts Creek.  Raw land with services avail, or  fixer upper home & land.  886-7655. "29ss  3 hdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths, 1400 sq. ft., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lol with many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at  Veterans Rd. 886-8415.    #30ss  Gibsons. Gower Point choicest  waterlront. panoramic view, V.  acre, 581-2904 (Surrey).   <_5sr  PORT BRAVES $98,500  SEASIDE COTTAGE WITH OWN  DOCK on Gambier Island. 2 bdrm.  cottage on 2.5 acres with  southwest exposure. Own waler  supply _ reservoir. 100' dock,  40' float & 40' ramp. Boat &  motor may be available. For  details call Carol Blair  1-733-0333. 134  Kick McC.rtlt 888-MM  Large A Small  Projects Welcome  SUBDIVIDING,  REZONING SERVICE  Barter lor pay or  hourly rale.  3 bdrm. 2 level solid house,  Madeira Park. 240x84' lot.  30x15' storage shop. $95,000.  Terms possible. 874-0960.   "33  Gibsons: Rare view lot wilh all  services, centrally located,  $50.000.885-7618. #34  BV OWNER: View. 6396 Norvan  Rd., brick lace, split level, 3  bdrm., 1V. bath up. 1 bdrm, rec  room or possible suite down. 2  brick fp with Fisher inserts. Newly carpeted & painted, $126,000  firm. 885-5821. #34  S..T*  ���rv^ ^_B_________T^___________fl  FOR SALE BY OWNER  6396 Norvan Road  2 Brick Fireplaces - Fisher Inserts  Newly Carpeted & Painted  S126,000 FIRM Ph: 885-5821  PENDER HARBOUR  Semi-waterfront,  steps away  from marina, 1 'ft acres, 2 homes,  rev. $600/mon.. mid 200 K,  883-9317. By Owner. ��33  2 bdrm. mobile home on_ acre  ��� lenced and landscaped. Near  school and all amenities.  $69,000,885-4660. ".4  Approx. 2650 sq. It. rancher,  $109,000. Drive by lot 44 Eureka  Place. If interested In finishing  phone 885-6249. ".3  Service lol, $29,900 firm,  Chamberlin & Central Rd., Gibsons. 886-9049. ��36s'r  Almost Vi acre lot, level, cleared,  greal location. 885-5693.     *33  Large view lot, Gale Ave. South  Sechell. Cleared, underground  services, $39,000. 885-7365.  ��33  Large view lot in Davis Bay on  BluegrouseRd.. 886-7540.  #35  WEST SECHELT WAKEFIELD ROAD  This large home with 2300 sq. ft. on two floors  has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large laundry,  and rec room. The quiet neighbourhood, within  two blocks of West Sechelt Elementary School,  makes this home ideal for a large family. This  large lot is fully landscaped with gardens and  fruit trees throughout. Price reduced by  $20,000. Now Asking $143,900. Call Bob at  885-6102 or 885-4452.  View lol lor sale on Harvey, Granlhams, 100x110'. Asking  $63,000.886-9427. #35  GIBSONS  2 bdrm '74, 14x68 mobile home  on privale level, 73x150' lot,  $68,000. 980-7534. 8 am. or  10-11 besl. #34  Ocean Ironl cabin, Powell River,  BC. - acre, 90 tt, no bank,  $235,000. 206-679-4164 or  206-675-8654 eves. #36  MUST SELL  Archilechural design, spacious 2  bdrm lownhouse, avail. Immed.,  central location, Sechell,  $108,000. 885-3842 or  885-6299. #35  (Pebble*������  m  NIIL SANDY  Call Ma ro, A M�������� [iah,���on  01 Vow ProfMfly  Call Anytime  RES.IWfcSIS-,        VAN. TOLL  Biis.Mt-.ns; n.t_m--m  ir^ii^iTMil  ���CORRECTION*  We're Sorry - Listed In  RssRor As SsM  'STILL MAIlASLlA  LOT 8 FAIRVIEW RD        #4  $42,900  Large lot In quiet area close to  schools _ shopping. This lot is  95'x225' cleared 8 ready to build  upon. Properly zoned tor mobile  or duplex. No thru road. Nicely  treed, excellent value. Call Jon  McRae 886-3999. #34  HOPE: Fred Hope, passed away  peacefully at home in Davis Bay  on Augusi 14, 1991, age 74  years. He leaves his wile ol 51  years, Joan, dearly beloved  daughler Janel Kennedy ol  Sechell and son Ian and wile  Bobbie, of Vancouver; 5 grandchildren: nephews and nieces.  Fred was an active member ol the  Masonic Order. He was former  Head of Security at Simon Fraser  University. Funeral service Tuesday, August 20. at 2:00 pm. In  SI. Hilda's Anglican Church,  Sechell, Rev. D. Gilford of-  delating. Cremation to follow.  Devlin Funeral Home, directors.  Remembrance donations may be  made to the Shrlner's Hospital for  crippled and burned children. #33  The BC 8 Yukon Heart Foundation welcomes 'In Memoriam'  donalions Please send cheque  to: Box 1525, Gibsons, giving  your name and that ot the deceased's next ol kin whose address  please supply, so that a card may  be sent. 1*33  CLARKE: Allied George ol  Nanaimo. BC, lormerly ot Gibsons, BC passed away peacefully  al Nanaimo Regional General  Hospital Thursday, August 8.  1991. Age 83 years. He is survived by his loving wife Marie,  Nanaimo: his daughler Violet,  Falkland. BC. sons Clifford.  Nanaimo, BC, Gordon.  Whllecourt. Aria, Robert, Gibsons. BC; Plus all Iheir  husbands, wives and lamily consisting ol 14 grandchildren and  15 great grandchildren; his sister  Lil. Alia. Brothers Wall and Harry  both in Regina Sask. He served In  the Canadian Army during WWII  and was an active member in the  Canadian Legion. A memorial service was held al 11 am, Saturday. Aug. 10,1991 at Ihe Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 256,  Nanaimo, BC, Rev. Doug Dunn  (Padre) officiated. ��33  Frank Moldowan  Whal I would give to clasp his  hand. His happy face to see. To  hear his voice and see his smile  that meant so much lo me. In loving memory, your wile.  Tlda & Family  #33  A theatre lull of stars to Mary  Christmas Irom two Phantom admirers.  Linda 8 Billie  #33  Do you need some Inlormation to  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Inlormation Service  815-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition Heen lor confidential 24 hr  service. 885-2944. TFN  Single male age 45, looking for  lemale companion between age  30-40.885-2873. ��43  40 year old male would like lo  meet wilh 30-40 year old lemale  Dinner, dancing, travel. Shy? So  am I, lets meet lor coffee. Reply  Box 362 c/o Coast News, Box  460.Gibsons,BC,VON 1V0. <_5  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463.  TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  Phone us loday about our selection ol beautiful personalized  wedding  invilations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannles Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dislunctional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 for help.  NC  Harden Bay Hotel and Marina  Pub open lor lunch and dinner.  Entertainment nightly. Restaurant  open 5 pm. Gift shop, marina and  boal rentals. 883-2674,  883-9919. #33  HORSESHOE 9AV PARKING  Monthly ��� Call 925-3012  #33  TEENS  Interested In a Iree KAYAK  workshop and beach BBO. Sal..  Sept. 14,12-4 pm, organized by  Gibsons Oulreach Teen Cenlre -  Call Jan 886-8918 or Ive. msg.  #33  EMERGENCY  APC tr PUBUC  MEETING  Regarding ic -fare s  Pud-Ms ma Ie Area F.  igest21st  at 7:30  Hal  "33  AVON is here. See the latest products and fashions by joining us  at our next sales meeting on:  Tues., Aug. 27 at 7:15 pm  Gibsons Motor Inn  Door Prizes  #33  NEED  HELP?  ��� Hesumes  ��� Ollice Reliel  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  WE find Ike people  VOU gel the lob done  WE8TCOA8T  WORKFORCE  Hand PAPER MAKING  Roberts Creek. Sepl. 14 & 15  For inlo call  886-2807 or 886-9143  ���35  ��� ������������������1  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR C0VERIN8S LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  environment  FrienOI, Pemla  In Alt  Colours 01   |     .  rite Rainbow.   at,  ..Including Ciean  BUI Wood  SECHELT SL  /&_  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885*5058  Weddings &  Engagements  Hiving 1 Wedding?  Beautllul Bridal Bouquets tor  tall. 1 Brides Bouquet, 4 Bridesmaids, 1 Junior Bridesmaid, 1  Rower Otrli basket, 1 throwawsy  bouquet, 9 men's Boutonmieres.  Main Hewers blue 8 white silk  roses. Store value $850, selling  lor $450 obo. Must be seen'.  Phone Kathy alter 6:30 pm (1  886-8876. *33  Reward for any inlormation to  anyone that knows the  whereabouts ot a 5 monlh old billy goat. He is brown with black  legs & a black stripe along back.  Losl at Steve Leanders, 16451  Timberline, Pender Harbour,  Sept. 27. Much missed. No  questions asked lor a return of a  billy goal kid. 885-5523.      #33  Slim orange, short hair tabby,  neutered male, Sechell. black  freckles, nose & mouth. Named  Karat, 885-2121. Reward.    #33  MISSING  $165 Bel-tan milking goal. Sandy colour, wing ears. 885-2819.  Named Ferret. #33  Aug. 13, Lockyer Rd., Roberts  Creek, ring of- many keys.  885-3192. #33  A warm and friendly person to  visit anyiime at Totem Lodge. St.  Mary's Hospital. All guests  welcome. #34  Lovebird, Aug. 4. Madeira Park  area, 883-2505. #33  11. PelsS  Livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Farm 8 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PRO-RAM  Conlacl Then & Now Furniture.  699  Highway   101.   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce Ihe pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. NC  Rabbits lor sale. Flemish giant  cross Chincilian giants  886-9500. #26ss  Dwail rabbits in a variety ol colours. $10and up. 886-7372. #33  Child's Western saddle. $50;  Eamore 15" Western saddle, gd  cond.. $600; leather bridle.  halter, blanket 8 pad. misc other  tack. 886-7372. #33  Green pasture available for  geldings, Angora bunnies for  sale. 886-7178. #34  Labrador pups. Ready Aug. 21.  Unreglslerable. $65. Shots included. 885-7336. #34  Free kittens lo good homes,  886-3259. #35  GOATS - 2 mothers wilh a  young doe each, 886-7488. #35  Bedrock pullets, 3 mos. old.  Good layers. Also white Emden  young Gander, 885-2789.    #35  Wanted: 2 female, II poss., grey  geese, call 685-3301. #35  Moving must sell: 15.3 HH 8 yr  old Bay Gelding, sound, road  aware, great with kids. Nice trail  horse. Ph: 883-9327 between  8:30 am ��� 5 pm. Open for offers.  #35  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Near new Sojin piano. Beautilul  sound. $1900 OBO 886-7561  #25ss  Old-style Hammond upright  piano. Solid wood. gd. cond..  $2000.886-8286. #35  King size tour poster knotty pine  waterbed, $400 obo. 886-8862.  TFNs  Almond  Iridge,     $395;  dishwasher  $75; power pole,  lireplace insert, marble vanity  lop. 883-2687.                  #33  Tools, 10" radial arm saw, compressor, spiker, stapler,  builder's sight level Hitachi  jointer planer, Delta handsaw,  Hilt gun, chainsaw with mill.  885-6100,885-7892. 133  Ladies' figure skates. 2 pairs,  size 8. $75, and $125 obo  886-7372 #33  Top $ paid lor any military Items,  lirearms. badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #33  Gramma Fisher stove, single  door, or somelhing similar.  886-2898 #33  Used ghetto blaster, tv, Nintendo  and games lor Gibsons Teen  Drop-In Centre. Call Jan  886-8916 or Ive. msg.        #33  Wrought iron claw loot 5V. .It  bathtub, call 885-3301.       #35  Licensed practical nurse with extended care experience looking  lor accomodation with 2 children  7 & 10. Will consider care for  senior in exchange or properly  management. Call Lorri  761-1048. #35  Free to good homes, adorable  baby bunnies, 885-3424.     #35  16. Garage Sales  Multi-Family  August 24. 9-2  Baby lurn., exercise bike, etc.  5717 Salmon Dr., Sechelt  #33  Moving sale Sal., Aug. 24, 9am  rain or shine. 3592 Beach Ave..  Roberts Creek. #33  Sat., Aug. 24, 10-4. New  microwave. 2 bikes, lurn. &  household goods. 5744 Mermaid  St. #33  Yard Sale, Sat.. Aug. 24.9:30-3.  lurn., misc., jewellery. 2025  Hwy. 101, al Leek. #33  Aug. 25,10-4. Lower Rd. & Conrad. #33  Moving: Sat., Aug. 24, 9-3,  misc. risehld. Items, 7750  Redroolls. #33  Moving Sale: Follow signs behind  S.C. Nursery. Sal.. Aug. 24,  10am. #33  Handyman's Delight  Tools, tools, nails, bolls, nuts  and screws, paint, plus misc.  items. Sat.. Aug. 24. 10 am.  4786 Laurel Ave.. Davis Bay. #33  YARD SALE: Pool table, wlnd-  surler, rollerblades. hockey stuff.  misc. Sal., Aug. 24. 10-2. 521  Sargeant Rd. No Early Birds. #33  Gardens  urn at  MELVILLE  COTTAGE  GARDENS  IV rennial Speciali���l-  IS85 Tyson Rd.,  ������chert  9 am - 5 pen  Ckwed Mon a. Tun  (Norn, off Hwy  Iill Iictwrrn  ^WlH^stiy^row^li^l��RsJy  UTILITY SHELVING  Constructed Irom solid pine.  Quick and easy to assemble. 12"  width, 64" height, 34" wide.  Special price ol $21.99. Please  call 885-3655 to order.        #33  Browning BT99 shotgun c/w 2  barrels, case, F.A.C. Req. $500.  886-8329. #33  Sectional couch, $100 obo; Sears  alum, shed FREE, you pick up.  885-7509. #33  RSF    woodstove.  885-1980.  $600.  #34  Queen mattress. Eaton's extra  lirm posture support, like new,  $240.885-7734. #34  Norsat Satellite system, dish,  receiver, remote, complete,  $500. Mike. 885-5779.     #35ss  Keep cool this summer - Elec  trohome 801 air conditioner  $175; heavy duty trailer hitch  $100: older microwave oven,  $50.885-7165. #34  Speed Queen automatic washing  machine, gd. cond., $135,  883-9650 eves., 266-7478 Ive  msg. #34  Side by side fridge & Ireezer. almond, like new. $550.  886-3736. #34  Water fillers, exc. quality for  homes, office & boats. For demo  & inlo call 886-9441. #34  V, Iruckload of firewood. $75.  Split.delivered.885-5150. #34  BARK  MULCH  lor landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking to be  paid by customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 186-7043  (1 to 4 pm|  Swimming pool, equipment &  deck exchange for plumbing,  carpentry & electrical work. Fred,  886-4654. #34  1980 Honda Cuslom 900. Exc.  cond.. new tires, mufflers 8 battery. Trade lor carpentry work or  10 sell 886-8074 #34  Certilied portable welder, will  trade lor cert, auto mech. work.  886-4925. #35  USEO RAILWAY TIES  For Retaining Walls  886-8204  #34  BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  sliver,  bank notes  8e-T��*B  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  HAY $4.0O/Bele  Whole Oats $5.00/50 lbs  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.90/bds  FRESH LOCAL  ORGANIC VEGETABLES  Phone 885-9357  #TFN  Cedar Shake, any size. Will  custom cut. 885-5669 or  885-5601. TFN  One satellite dish with decoder.  $1500; couch & chair, $200;  grandpa Fisher woodstove, $450.  886-2796. #33  Double bed. Irame, boxspring  mattress & headboard; landscaping ties; octagan table; new  Fisher Price baby monitor 8 baby  swing; 5 cu. II. Iridge.  885-1946. #33  BLANKET CHESTS  Dovetailed, aromatic cedar lined  ol pine alder, maple or red cedar.  3V.' chesl. $465 delivered.  Timothy Clement, Cabinet Maker.  886-8218 days. 1044 Seamount  Way. Gibsons. #33  Fir. Hemlock. Alder lirewood.  Split 8 delivered $65 P.U. load.  885-2789 #33  Suzuki 414 Anno 1990 Violin  with case. $450 885-4505. #33  Inglis automatic dryer, only 2  yrs., exc. cond.. $350  886-2458 #33  Gibsons W/D. $450 pair OBO.  886-2706 alter 5 pm. #33  Gas barbecue. $95 OBO.  886-9441 #34  Royal Doulton dinnerware service  tor eight. Extra pes.; Bavarian  dinnerware service lor eight,  many extra pes. 885-7676.   #34  Mastercraft riding lawnmower.  also libreglass workbox for Ford  Ranger PU or similar. 885-2789.  #34  Will buy non-working major appliances. 885-7897. #34  10' satellite dish with decoder,  $800 obo; Inglis washer/dryer,  $300; antique brass lender, $50;  Singer sewing mach. in wooden  table, $150; mahogany tube radio  r/player, $100. exc. shape.  885-9378. #34  Beech Oil Furnace, oil tank, $150  obo, 885-5929. #33 18.  Coast News. August 19, 1991.  ���  18   For Sale  Sales- Rentals -Tm  NEW & USED  Video & Musk  185-4188  104 Teredo Sq.. Sechelt  CELLULAR PHONE  Nova Tel transportable 3W  power, hands tree, charger, a  steal at $225 Ph: 886-3490 Ive  msg #35  IBM Compatible 286-AT computer w/printer. Exc. cond.. (still  under warranty). 40 meg H/D,  colour monitor, loaded with programs, exc. lor school, nonbusiness & entertainment.  $1800.886-3540. #35  New 3 ton engine hoist,  knockdown style. $500 Cost  $1200 885-2544 #22sr  Fresh   prawns   available  $4.50/ltl. Call 886-8615.   TFNs  Seasoned Alder, split. $65/cord  Vou pick up 883-9978        #35  24" GE stove, gd. cond.. $100.  dining table - 6 chairs, walnut.  $100 obo. 883-9560. #33  Atlas 8" metal turning lathe.  $1500. Shop Smith 4 in 1 wood  lool. $600. meal sheer. $350.  wood lurnace. $350. wood slove.  $400. lireplace insert. $250.  snow thrower lor small Iractor.  V6 Volvo motor. $150 885-5443  alt 6 pm. #35  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120.  Back & extras. Mint condition.  886-4886 #33sr  Browning aulo rifle 308 win cal  with 2m Redlield as new. $575  obo 886-7591. #32ss  Table tennis set. $100; large gilt  frame. $30. lined drapes. 84"x  35 It ��� $100; high back velvet  chair. $30: amber pole lamp,  $20,886-9420. #33  Small bed (Ills crib mattress).  $75 obo; brown recliner. $50.  886-3540. #35  Canopy lits 3/4 ton. make me an  otler. 886-2637. #35  Viking Iridge.  $90.  885-7009  eves. #33  STARS by Stella  SSSS  PAID FOR  YOUR CD'S,  TAPES a, RECORDS  Must be in  good condilion  MAX MUSIC  118-3453  Electric adjustable massage bed  $1600; cottage slove. $150; apl  dryer. $75.883-9076.        #34  6-Man tent. gd. cond., $100  885-7679 eves. #34  Viking 30" coppertone, sell-  clean slove. $359; Gurney  Chatelet 30", HG stove. $389;  Kitchen id Superba built-in  dishwasher, top of the line,  $379; Weslinghouse 16 cu. ft,  2-dr. FF very nice, $439: 30"  Speed Oueen Chatelet 30" almond slove, $429; and more, all  reconditioned. Guaranteed lor 90  days to 2 yrs. Corner cupboard,  885-4434 or 885-7897.       #34  Woodburning cook stove, gd.  cond.. olfers. 886-9142.     #33  8' Horizon dinghy, as new, $700;  Tandem boat, trailer up to 28'.  $2900,886-7927. #35  Triple dresser _ 2 nite tables,  $100: double dresser, $35; china  cabinet w/hutch, $225; single  bed. $50; new microwave. $100  885-5884 eves. #33  EMERGENCY  APC & PUBLIC  MEETING  Regarding BC Hydro's  Pesticide use In Area F  Wednesday, August 21st  at 7:30  Grantham's Landing  Communily Hall  #33  Double bed box spring, $25  886-7519. #33  White older kitchen range 30"  $75; Zero Clearance fp. $99  Merc 165 prop, $99, 430-5373.  #33  Washer _ dryer. $400; Iridge.  $50; 5.5 Outboard motor. $350.  886-9049. #36ss  Utility trailer 4x6 sway bar. newly  built, doughnut lires. $350  886-7591. #33  Bark mulch, manure, topsoil. up  lo 3 or 4 yards ol gravel products,  delivery charge, $25/hr  885-2592. #35  Quart   sealers.   $5   per   do.  886-2673. #35  Two near new 7" 'A' vent  chimneys. 18' & 30' cast boiler  propane burner and controls.  883-2502. #35  2 chest ol drawers, Kenmore  spin-dry washer, Hoover  vacuum, ladies' 12-spd bike,  small girl's bike, arborite kilchen  table & 6 chairs. 886-2441 eves.  #35  .White 30" McClary slove, elec.  gd. cond., $250 obo. 886-2202.  #34  Kenmore D/W, works line, $50;  30" elec. stove, gd. cond., free.  886-3148. #33  Propane gas stove & tank, ph.  eves. 886-7665. #33  Toilet and t-seat; basin 8 taps,  gd. cond.,$60.886-7519.   #33  Fisher stereo VCR, 3 yrs. old, like  new, $500 obo. 886-8296.   #35  30" elec. range, hood: swag  light: large tridge. all avacado.  885-2789 #35  Large teacher's desk. $150.21"  RCA colour TV, remote control,  $175, exercise bike. $70. sewing  machine w/cabinet. $100  886-9145 #34  Deep Ireeze. 22 cu tl.. $95.  886-9547 #34  Porta-potti. $45. bamboo room  divider. $18. coffee (able 56",  $75.2lablelamps.$25/pr All in  gd cond . 885-3399 #34  Kayak, large volume, single, ideal  beginners. $700. 886-4584,  886-3113. #34  19. Heavy  Equipment  jeep CJ5. mid-regatta blue.  3-Oci. new dual exhausts. 33"  Marshall's chrome directional  wheels c/w soil top and bikini  top. Greal 4x4. $4900 OBO.  Phone eves 885-9208.       #33  '84 Volvo 244 GL Turbo. 4 spd.  wilh overdrive. P/S, P/B,  P/Locks/Wind./Anl., AM/FM  cassette wilh 4 speakers. Exc.  cond.. reg. servicing. $7000.  886-7653. #33  1967 Chevelle Malibu. 2-dr  H/lop, 283 V-8, P/S, P/B. exc  cond. $4500.883-9054.     #34  1980 Datsun 510. runs great  Needs brakes, very econ.. $800  885-7679 eves. #34  1980 RS Camaro, Mack, mild  perl. 305. turbo 350, tilt, rear  delog, recenl painl. no rusl. no  bondo. gd. Radials, new stereo.  $2900 Firm. 885-4522.       #34  626 MAZDA SPORTS COUPE  Dealer ft  9267  A km car to drive. Looks great 5spd. Trans Bucket Seals. Greal  sound system I must sal this little beauty belore I get my new  Maida Conte see ill Or I'll bring it lo youi. This is �� "   "  SUNSHINE COAST IMPORTS Inc.   885-4699  1980 Ford Mercury, one owner  good 6 cyl.. 4 dr.. recent air con  ditionmg $2200 OBO. 886-6909  #33  1973 Volvo 145 S/W. F.I.. new  muffler, running. Oilers  886-3468 #33  Call HOWARD-  1980 Capri {'81 molor). Asking  $3300 OBO. Good cond ,  886-8066 #33  1981 Camaro. low miles, new  lires, new brakes. $2800  886-3694 #33  626 LX MAZDA SPORTS COUPE  Dealer tt  9287  ciuini.il gtey in & oul, 5s|Kt. trans , power sun rool, steering,  brakes, windows, locks A trunk. Super sound system. Driven only  39,000 mis This is my company car.The boss says selil My tMW  SUNSHINE COAST IMPORTS Inc.   885-4699  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  Wall Bast Any  Competitor's Rites  TFN  Tired ol Dirty Water?  Water Purification Unit  uses silica sand miration and  ultraviolet purification for clear,  bacteria and virus Iree water.  Suitable for a botel, restauranl.  pub. shared well system or (?).  Using up lo 125 GPM water, new  condition. $15.000.1-599-5911,  FAX 1-599-3866. #33  With or Without  Operator  00.  Seabinl  RENTALS LTD  1980 Corolla S/W, 5 spd.. new  clutch, new rad , snow tires,  runs good, some rust. $1200.  886-9259. #33  1978 Pontiac Grand Safari  wagon. $600 OBO. 886-9.49  #34  1979 Datsun 310 h/back, good  running order, clean, standard.  $900.885-4408. #34  '53 Pontiac Chieftan. 2 door  coupe, parts & manual. Serious  oilers. 886-4634. #34  U.S. GOVERNMENT SEIZED  Vehicles Irom $100. Fords.  Mercedes. Chevys. Corvettes.  Surplus. Buyers Guide.(1) 805  962-8000 Ext. CS-308.        #35  1975 Volvo, 2 dr. sedan,  reasonable shape. $800 OBO.  885-7787. #34  Call HOWARD  1977 Ford Econoline Van. P/S,  P/B. $550 OBO 886-3641. #24s  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs work,  parts. 885-2207 #33ss  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 lor the  set. with covers. 886-9500  anyiime. #23sr  Black '90 Muslang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old, lowered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value. $15,000 or  Irade up/down for Toyola 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694.  #25ss  1982 Toyota Tercel, exc. cond.,  $2900 obo. 886-7738 or  886-2833. #28ss  1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme.  $600 obo. 886-8862.        TFNs  Black on black, air cond.. Pownr sun roof, windows, locks, steering  - lnak.s,5 way adjustable drivers seal with only 24.000 carelully  driven mis.This luxury sports car Is perlecl. $13,900  SUNSHINE COAST IMPORTS Inc.   885-4699  1983 Volkswagon Rabbit GTI,  California car, (no bullet holes)  156,000 Ireeway miles, orig.  paint, garage kept, sunrool. loaded, shuttle deck, white  w/burgundy inlerior. 44600  Price Slashed Only $4200. Phone  886-7214. TFNs  1980 Plymouth Horizon, looks  good, runs well. $750.886-8069  after 5 pm. #34  1981 Ford Escort, runs gd.. fair  cond., $800.885-3600.       #34  KI,ll||_IENT-TIH._sFOI(  INIHISTHY. CI INSTItl l( Tit IN.  HUME-FARM  HWY. 101.(IIHSONS  MONDAY TtlSATllllIlAY. 8-5  SAVE:  20-80% :  At COASTLINE E  j USED AUTO PARTS-  '���****** Engines "m��� S  J 4 cyl. (tornlin ���  ��� 6 cyl. Irom 8171 ���  S V-8 Irom SMS Z  ^���Mechanic On Duty";  ��� lowest I'lHies _  .      mruu-Mtnuu      :  ��� AIPa-_��__T>il m  .   Vim Can_urMHS f-ibuBi Ffom taa  ���  ; Pnmtanaj.  m lea,���myl,omS39  ��� PBS-m_f-��ri_-f'  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Mai Used Auto Parts  and Towing  888-2020      TFN  '70 Dodge Dal slanl 6. Runs  well, parts avail., $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slanl 6,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000.886-3841. #22sr'  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO  883-9234. #27ss  '79 Ponliac Sunbird, runs, $200  OBO. 885-5692. #30ss  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Olfers.  886-3306. #35sr  1988 Ford Taurus, all options,  new lires, 75,000 km. 885-2777.  #32SS  1972 Ford LTD, 2 owners, exc.  cond.$1500.886-8866.   #34sr  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good. $1900 OBO. 883-9165.  #23sr  1987  Camaro.   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond.. or trade lor  best backhoe, $8500.886-7013.  #25s  1975 Vega. aulo.. gd. all around  i cond,$600obo.885-7216. #33  I  1980 Chevy Citation. std.. gd.  i cond..   $550.   Call   Dave  883-2351,883-2563. #33  1980 Buick Century S/W in gd.  cond.. $1500 obo. Ph:  885-7841. #33  1969 Ford Cortina, rbll engine.  never driven on Hwy, spare  parts, $300 obo. Ph: 885-7841.  #33  1981 GMC Gaucho van, lully  loaded, Iridge, slove, sink,  sleeps 4. $5000 obo. 885-5915.  #33  Blue Ford van, as is: GMC van as  Is. PO Box 2451, Sechell. BC.  VON 3A0. #33  1978 Ponliac LeMans, gd. running order. $500. 886-3963.  #36ss  292 ��� 6-cyl GM molor, gd. cond.,  $150 obo. 886-2202. #34  1979 Buick Regal, very gd.  cond. $2500.886-8286.     #35  EXCELLENT COMMnON  1984 4-cyl. 4-dr, K-car, family  vehicle, well main!., only 56,000  ml. from new, $3750 obo.  886-8836. #35  1984 Nissan Mlcra, 54,000 kms,  A-1 shape, $3500 obo.  886-2984. 135  1974 VW window van, gd. running cond., $1200. 886-9377.  #33  1975 Buick Riviera, 58,000 ml.,  very little rust, $1500.885-4519.  #35  1979 Dodge Aspen, gd. cond.,  clean, gd. lires, $950 obo.  883-9978. #35  1973 MGB hardtop _ com.,  British racing green, gd. cond.,  $3000 obo. 885-9610.        #33  "*%��-w#  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parts only 885-2207.       #33ss  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl.. 4  spd.. limited slip, good cond.,  $8500.885-5444. #285  1965 Pontiac Custom Sport, 2  dr., hardtop, rebuill 327-350 HP.  Immac. Inlerior. $2300.  886-2694. #2.��r  1979 Camaro. exc. shape,  $3000.883-9165. #23sr  1962 Chev. V? ton pickup. Runs  okay. $600.885-7029.     #32ss  "HIAB PROPANE"  73 GMC 3 ton 18' sleel deck,  366 V8, 5 spd.. on propane  HIAB, 550 crane wilh extention  outriggers. Comes with 2 speed  rear & 7 ton spring packs. $5800  OBO. 886-7227. TFN  4X4 1970 Power Wagon, rusly,  $450.886-3606. #33  1990 F150 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT. 17,000 kms., Lariat,  fully loaded & extras, $20,500.  886-3767. #30ss  1979 F150 P/U with canopy,  134,000 kms., 351cl. P/S P/B,  dual tanks, good lires. runs well,  mln. rust. $2250.886-3492. #33  1978 Ford F250 super cab, 4x4,  wilh 10 tt. security camper  885-3374.  #3.ss  1977 - ton P/U, $1000 OBO.  886-2509. #33  '91 Jeep YJ, hardtop, lully loaded, $17,500 OBO. 886-8660 alter  6 pm. #33  '87 Chev PU. 4X4, black, 4-spd..  S/B. S/S, $11,500. 885-3448.  #33  1976 F150 P/U, 390, 4 spd.,  new lires, $1000. 886-4690 alt.  5pm. #34  1976 Ford crewcab, Cantor  yellow, $2200.886-4535    TFN  1980 GMC Suburban V8 auto,  air, cruise, deluxe inlerior, great  cond., $5400.886-4561.    #34  1976 GMC �� ton 350 3 spd..  auto, 886-2653 wrecking lor  parts. #34  1981 Ford 150,4X4, trailer pkg,  351 auto, air, $4800 obo.  885-2777. #33  1990 Toyota 4X4 PU, 4-cyl,  5-spd, P/S, P/B, 14,500 km, lull  rust-proofing & undercoaling,  checker plate running boards &  box caps w/sprayed on box liner,  Pioneer AM/FM cass. stereo,  $16,000 Firm. 886-2714 homa,  886-9394 work. #35  87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome, axe.  cond. 886-8481. #23sr  1989 camperette. $800.  8��5-5��g- #2tes  1975 Prowler 20 It.. reasonably  good shape, asking $5000.  886-7097 alt. 5 pm. #38sr  1975 Dodge Maxl-Van, 3-way  Iridge. stove, lurnace, toilet,  sink. $7300.886-3306.    #35sr  13 Scamper trailer, clean, gd.  cond.$2500.886-3222. #31ss  1977 Dodge campenzed max!  van. Raised rool. Iridge. stove,  lurnace, propane powered, very  clean & economical, $4500 lirm.  886-2182 #34ss  20 It Okanagan super van. Fully  loaded Exc. cond.. 886-2787.  #33  1971 Airslream. 31'. new lires.  new faucets, new carpel, good  cond.. $6800. 886-9764 leave  message. #33  Light English trailer. 2-way F/S.  sleeps 4. $2500. 386-8510.  #35ss  Tent trailer, icebox, propane  stove, sleeps 5. $500. 885-7679  eves. #34  1989 18 It. 5A tilth wheel Terry  Resort - awnings & antenna, like  new. $12.500:1985 Ford Ranger  XLT V-6, 4X4. 97,000 kms, immac $8500 Both lor $20,000.  883-2260 #34  35 ft. 5th wheel '81 Wilderness.  Reas. shape, asking $16,000.  886-3448. #35  1985 Prowler Regal trailer. 30'  excel. $18.500.883-2484.   #33  27' 5th wheel trailer, full bath.,  A/C. awning, fully equipped,  $9900,886-7488. #35  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condilion. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Ves! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  E-Z-Loader Traitors Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales an7_er-  vice. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser & Yanmar 883-1119.  TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towposl. heater, view  Smilty's Marina. $3200 (oilers).  '886-2567. #28ss  22'Sangster. 302. V8.888 Merc  leg. motor rebuill. new manifolds,  hard lop. trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. #22ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very last and in lop condition,  surveyed value $8500. Offers &  trades considered. 886-2738.  #32sr  F/G boat, trailer. 6 HP, 0/B, gas  lank. Complete. $600.  885-2965. #32sr  22 foot Sangster twin Volvo legs,  lots ol exlras, $3900 OBO.  886-9741. #30ss  Highliner trailer, like new, 1000  Kg, 14" lires. $1700 OBO.  886-3001. #38sr  28 11. Chrlscralt wilh 30 It.  trailer, $3500 OBO. 885-2052.  #33  22' Fibretorm cutty. 165 HP GMC  I/O, 2 radios - sounder, $4500  obo. 886-9115. #33  24' Zata I/O F.W.C. w/haacl. CB,  sounder, sports-yk, rod holder,  spare anchors. $10,500.  883-9041 #34ss  All 1990 14' Livingston dual hull  68'' beam, cenlre console, 40 HP  Mariner, oil inject. PT 8 hours. 24  months warranty, Galu trailer, 'C  sounder, garage kept. $5475  Firm. 885-4031. #33  22' Bayliner, 305 Chev, Volvo  lag, F.W.C, Hush head, sleeps  4, loaded. Incl. 6 HP 0/B and  dinghy. Asking $18,500.  886-7927. #33  Pender Harbour Moorage, picnic  lawns, RV sites, 883-9177.  #33  21 It. Bell Boy. Ideal for sport  lishing & cruising. New 235 HP  V-8 Volvo I/O. F.W.C, new fully  convertible top, sleeps 4, lull  galley, head. Many extras, exc.  cond, $11,900 060. 688-5943.  #33  18' Davidson sailboat, now main,  new cushions, exc. cond.,  $3800.885-9333. #35ss  34(1. tug, $24,900. Trades con-  sldered. Phone 886-2459.    #34  AB HADDOCK  MARINE LTD.  POWER WASHING  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  .OUTBOARDS  -VOLVO   MarM Meelro  UatMaaal  ���ereealay-C  IH-H11  M.CM.M.C.   M.N.AM.S.  MA.B.Y.C   'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  For Sale or trade. 2 - 6-cyl.  englines - Votvo-GMC. $300/ea  Take marine engine or good OB  on Irade or part, trade Phone  Gary al 883-2630. #34  26'Bayliner. 305 Chev. 280 Leg.  stand-up Hush toilet, sleeps 4-5.  FWC, dinghy, down rigger, deep  8 fish linder. Asking $17,500.  886-8835. #35  24' Bayliner, 133 Merc motor,  w/leg. $9500 obo. 883-2661.    #35  Two heavy duly axels & wheels.  (18" cast iron), complete  w/roller bearings, suitable lor  large marine ways. $500: 120  Hires stone henge gray solid colour stain (Cloverdale painl).  $480 883-2669. #35  Alaskan healer, $100: Olympic  slove. $250: stove deck plates.  4'-"x5Vi". $lO/ea; Jabsco  pumps, V>", -", 1". $5-$50,  28"x17" brass prop, as new.  $250: brass log jumper. $25:  brass IV.' shall log. $25:  marine toilet, new. $25: 32V  port, charger 8 spare, needs  work, $50: 1" ��� 32V transfer  pump, new, $75: capital reverse  gear, $150.886-2990.        #33  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coasl  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/91,  leaturing new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 w/  Loran C, new lenders 8 brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely -finished hull and  swimgrid, new handrails, Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500.885-7977.  #34sr  Rubber rah: Avon - Rover R3-40,  max. 15 HP. '/. price, $2200.  885-2306 #28ss  10' welded alum, cartopper boat  with floatation. Very light, planes  well. $650: 9.8 Merc, with 5  gallon gas lank, runs well, $450:  10' boat, strongly built, foam filled, double hull, Kevlar bottom,  planing hull, alum, reinforced  transom. Max. 20 HP cap., exc.  cond., $750.886-2513.      #33  16V.' Fibreglass double bottom  hull, has many extras, no papers,  no trailer. Exc. cond.. $500 OBO.  886-2667 Bruce. #33  6 HP Chrysler oulboard extra long  Shalt, ideal lor sailboat, good running cond.. $250. 886-7153. #33  1987 Ranger Ltd. Edition Boston  Whaler Design. 10 yr. hull warranty. 1988 55 HP Suzuki 0/B.  galvanized trailer, storm cover.  Apelco sounder, VHF radio,  $8750.886-9992. #35ss  5 HP Johnson motor with gas  lank, 885-7676. #34  24. Mobile Homes  14x68. slove, fridge,  washer/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond., new rugs. $26,000.  886-7013. #33ss  3 bedrooms, washer, dryer,  woodslove, appliances, new  carpels, $15,500. 885-5623  eves. #33  Deluxe  Modular Home  Set-up In new park  Ready lor immediate occupancy  Musl be seen to be appreciated  Trades welcome     886-9826  or collect 597-3322  TFN  Owner will finance  starter home, 12 x 48  2 bdrm. sel-up in Gibsons  OAC. Contact Charles  886-9826  TFN  MOBILE HOMES  ONLY$19)500  3 Months FREE RENT  on this 2 bedroom  mobile, includes  range, fridge, some  drapes & carpets.  Squeaky clean set up  in SCMHP.  For more Info.  Call  Carol   686-9826  I bdrm. Sechelt area, lully lurn..  equipped. Immed. occupancy,  exc. Investment as residence or  rental, $15,000 885-7940.  #34  For sale or rent. 3 bdrm lurnished  mobile home w/vlew, avail, imm-  ad. 885-9507. #35  WAS I  REDUCED TO  $18,810  OR  Make An Offer  On this 2 bdrm mobile.  Ind. range, Iridge, drapas.  Very clean 8 sal up In  S.C.M.H.P.  186-9626  Squire sidecar, two seats, brake.  Will Install. $2200 OBO.  885-7430. #27s  '86 Honda Aspencade. axe.  cond.. garage kept. $8000.  886-9595. #25ss  1982 Kawasaki KOX 250, gd.  running cond., $550 obo.  885-3374. #34ss  SACRIFICE-1988 HD-1340 cc  16,000. miles, incl. gear &  tools. $10,000 OBO. Gill,  886-4558. #34  1980 Yamaha 750 Special. Very  low miles, responsibly cared tor.  Great shape, $1400 obo.  886-9145. #34  '82 Honda XL5O0R, dual purpose  road/dirt, runs good, needs  some minor work, $500. Please  call 886-4905. #34  '82 Honda CB900F. exc. cond.,  low kms. $1200 obo. 886-9862.  #35  1980 - 750 Kawasaki LTD,  33,000 kms, gd. cond.. $850  obo. 886-2785. #35  Kr    in Stock at  ENMAC  i ClICtT  Oil Filters. Batteries Tires.  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jiv it 888-2131  Waterlront cottage required lor 2  wks. in September. Gibsons  -Roberts Creak area. 732-8407  all. 6 pm. TFN  Small cabin, secluded spot, $300  max. 886-7592. #33  Waterlront 2-3 bdrm. cottage/house to lease, carelake or  rent. Sechell areas, by mature  n/s, n/d employed prof. man. By  Aug. 15/Sepl. 1. 1-665-3552  collect. Exc. rels. available. #34  Female student requires affordable accommodation, Gibsons.  Sept. 1st. 925-9207 alt. 6 pm.  #34  Working man seeks unlurn. accom. 886-4771 alt. 4pm.    #34  Small cottage, single - very clean,  working woman, In Gibsons.  886-4817. #33  Small workshop wilh retail space,  Sechelt. Gibsons. 886-3832. #35  Sacral Con beautifully turnished  3 bdrm., 2 balhs, spacious (own  house, hot tub, decks with spectacular view. Available  Sept-May, $875 per mo. Rel. reqd, 885-4128 or 1-274-3482.  #33  3 bdrm., 2 balhs. 5 appl, suite,  Lower Gibsons area, Sept. 1.  562-6032. Deposit reqd. No pets.  $700 per mo. #33  Secret Cove. 3 bdrm. 2 balh, 5  appl., detached Strata, great  view. Avail. Sept. 1, $750 per  mo. 885-2152 or 1-325-5439.  .  #34  Port Mellon, cozy 2 bdrm home,  fireplace, 4 appl., $550. Avail.  Immed. 886-7722. Pis. Ive. msg.  TFNs  Gibsons, 3 bdrm, 2 dens, 2 bath,  ensulte soaker, 2 storey  lireplace, suit large lamily or  group of adults; 3 bdrm,  lireplace, large deck overlooking  Gibsons marina & mountains,  $850 plus util: 2 bdrm ground  floor, large yard, central, $650  plus; 1 bdrm. great view over  Gibsons marina, lireplace,  skylights, $600 plus; sunny  bachelor, view ol mountains,  deck, $500 plus. Arthur  885-9859. #33  2 bdrm., waterlront house,  lireplace, no pals, 857 Gower PI.  Rd., $600/mon. Sept - June.  886-8310,1-222-8563.      134  Level 2 bdrm. 0/W.C/V. W/D,  lurnished, overlooking harbour,  new house. $900.886-7955. #34  GIBSONS  Sepl. 1st, Seaview Plaza  1 Bedroom, $450  Self-contained  Private Entrance  Incl. 2 Appl. & Utll.  For Viewing Call  885-3512   #33  Room mala wanted, $250/mon.  886-8309alt.6pm. #34  WINTER WITH US  As (.October Ihe 1st we will have  a number ol lully equipped  bachelor suites available at competitive olf-soason rales. For Into  call 886-9156. #35  1 bdrm. waterlront cabin, furnished,  Robarts Creak, $250  weekly, 886-4584,816-3113.  #34  WATERFRONT - Large lamily  homa In Pander Harbour, turnrsh-  ad, $750/mon. Avail. Sept. 1st.  886-3013 Ive. msg. #34  ADVERTISHN  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in the rental ol property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ol renlal would be In  violation ol Ihe Family Status and  the Human Rights Ads. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ot the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against Ihem The Coast Nam  will therefore not accepl such  discriminatory ads TFN  Roberls  Creek  Hall  avail.,  dances,  parties,  waddings.  Yvonne 886-7815. TFN  $T0IUWE  Heated, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transfer Ltd.  886-2664. TFN  (Ms lay, mm Creek Hal.  885-2752,888-1813.  #35  Salt-contained turnished 1 bdrm.  suile al ground level completely  privale, 6 appl., all ulils., plus  cable. Close fo ferry 8 shopping  centre. $500 mo. 886-2329. #33  ftffuiMiw MM StoriQt  NEW BUILDING  886-8628  #33  Industrial Shop Space  For lease. Will build lo suit. Up  per Gibsons. Barry 886-8204.  #34  Waterlront 2 bdrm. & lurnished  Grounds keeper, 1 mile Irom lerry  lowards Gibsons. Inc. D/W,  micro., $650. Lease Sept. 1  -June 30. No pets. Rel  886-7298. #32  Adult Townhouse  New wilh a view, 2 bdrm. 2 bath,  appliances, negotiate a 12 monlh  sub-lease.  Rels.  reqd.  Jim  Munro. 886-2277. #32  3 bdrm rancher, 1 block from  Sunrycresl Mall, 4 appl., car  port, big yard, avail. Aug. 15  1-644-4015. #32  Brand new duplex, gourmet kitchen, 3 bdrm, 6 appl., close lo  schools 8 shopping. Avail. Aug.  15th. Ph. 421-0639 lv. msg  #33  Near new spacious 2 bdrm  townhouse, with view, central  Gibsons, 1- balh., 4 appl.  1500 sq. II., $885 par month  886-3313 or 531-0690 collect.  #32  Small house lower Gibsons, avail  Sept. 1 to June 30, $725/mon  Call John 886-8288. #33  Sechelt village. Small waterlront  house, avail, immed., $700.  261-4331. #32  Unique 'A' Frame, 2000 sq. ft  clear view ol Trail Islands. Interior hot tub, 3 bdrms, 2 balh, 5  appl., open plan, sunroom, green  house, 25x30 healed workshop  incl. May be rented separately.  Rels. $1250/mon. 886-3010.  #33  Furnished 1 bdrm. bsmt. ste.,  prlv. entrance, sell-cont., W/W,  cable, W/D. ulils. Incl. Suit  quiet, clean, non-smoker, $390  mo, Refs. Please call 886-2694  #34  1250 sq. It. 3 bdrm. upper  duplex, Roberts Creek, 4 appl  Avail. Sepl. 1. $800 Inc. heat  885-7646 or 885-7461.        #34  Furnished modern bachelor suite,  very quiel. upper Gibsons, $400  Incl. 886-2244. #32  Gibsons, spacious 3 bdrm. main  Iloor. 5 appls., with or without  garage, 885-6009. #34  2 bdrm. lurnished quiet beach  cottage, Redroolls. Elect, hoat,  Oct. 1 to Mar. 31. N/S, Nopals  Refs. $550 plus ulils. 885-2604.  #33  1 bdrm. suite - Gibsons, In new  bldg. Avail. Sepl. 1.298-5215 or  886-3096. #33  Gibsons, (1600 sq.lt.) 3 bdrm. 2  baths, all appl,, garage, in new  duplex, $925 mo. 886-3098 or  291-5215. #33  3 bedrooms, landscaped  gardens, waterlront with beach  access, Gibsons. No pels, N/S,  S950 mo. Avail. Sept. 1.  886-7002. #33  Gibsons, 1 bdrm. 1100 sq. tt.  apt., waterlront, gardens, N/S,  nopals. Avail. Sepl. 1. $650 mo.  886-7002. #33  1 bdrm. apt., large kttcnen & Ihr-  Ing room. Close lo all amenities,  no pels. $535. Rat. reqd. Oulei  residential area. 883-1142 or  6373794. #32  2 bdrm. waterfront lurnished  house, avail. Sept. 1st, $500 mo.  885-2766afler Aug. 15th.    #34  2 bdrm. side by side, W/D Incl.,  $520/mon. 885-3676.        #34  Semi-turn-hed, 1 bdrm. suite,  close to downtown Sechelt.  $410,885-4054. #32  15 minutes from Langdale Ferry:  3 bdrm apt., 1250 sq. ��., top  Door triplex, fridge, slove,  carpels, drapes, privale entrance. Iras parking, no pats.  $650/mon. Avail. Begin, ol Sept.  884-5459011-467-4260.     #33 Coast News, August 19, 1991  19.  28   For Rent  SIR. I CIS  * Residential  * Commercial  * Industrial  We will  -   ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving-in inspection  - Arrange lor maintenance  & repairs  - Colled the rent & damage  deposit  ��� Disburse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving-out inspedion  FOR LEASE:  Approximately BOO sq. It.  ol fabulous office space in  lower Gibsons area. Landlord may provide some  leasehold improvements.  Conlacl Sieve Sawyer at  886-2277.  Avoid all Ihe hassles  and problems and for  |ust a pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Waterfront 2 bdrm., furn., cottage, l/place, elect, hoat, Wilson  Creak. Avail. Sept. ��� May. $600  | plus util.. 1 -263-5998 eves. #34  SILVER SANDS RESORT  Madeira Park  2 bdrm. home, $500/mon; 4  bdrm. executive homo,  $1200/mon. Avail. Sepl. 1st.  moorage, beach, acreage. Call  Benita Anderson 926-6233.  #33  3 bdrm main Iloor ol large view  home, $850 plus share utll.,  avail. Sept. 1, 885-3815.  421-4787. #32  WATERFRONT  1 bdrm. lurnished suite, Pender  Harbour, 883-9177. #34  Small 2 bdrm cottage, Roberts  Creek, fully modern, $500/mon.  885-5658, Van: 324-1664.   #33  ! Roberts Creak, 2814 Lower  I Road, 2 bdrm 8 quiet. Approx.  ! Sepl. 15. $700.430-5373.   #33  i Furnished 1 bdrm duplex lor  single person, $400, waterlront  'Roberts Creek. 886-9885.    #33  ! 3 bdrm. 2 balh. F/P, 5 appl.,  I quiet neighbourhood, N/S, no  dogs, rels. reqd., avail. Sept. 1,  ���$850/mon. 886-9408 msg.  #33  Bright 1 bdrm ground II. suile, In  1 central Gibsons, F/P, W/D, furnished, $600/mon. Avail. Aug.  30.277-6205 aft. 6 pm.      #34  1 bdrm apt. marina view. $580.  lower Gibsons. 886-8089.    #35  A very nice 3 bdrm, lull bsmt  ! house, 3 appl, en-sulte, F/P,  sunken living room, large kitchen, avail. Oct. 1, $850.  886-7392. #35  12 bdrm apt. & basement, large  yard, lower Gibsons, $820.  886-8089.  #35  1 bdrm view apl, new bldg, quiel  & secure, lower Gibsons, privale  patios & garden, laundry facility,  convenient lo shops, $625.  886-3420. #35  Waterlront on acreage. Little  bedroom avail. In house. Main  living area to be shared,  $200/mon. 886-7774.        #33  ROOMS  S 1 05 per week  plus lax  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  2 bdrm.. Gibsons. Appliances.  NO PETS avail. Immediately,  $725 mo. 883-9650 eves.,  266-7478 Ive. msg. #34  2 bdrm. semi-turn., adult-  oriented townhouse In beautilul  Twin Oaks Village. Private level  patio & lawn area. Oulei,  maintenance Iree living within  easy walking ol Gibsons Shopping elc. For appl. lo view call  886-7263. #34  N/S, N/D, prolessional woman  wants room male to share 3 bdrm  Oavls Bay home, $500/mon.  885-6096aft. 6 pm only.      #35  2 bdrm apt. L. Gibsons, new bldg  w/laundry lacilities, $770.  886-3420. #35  Single room in lamily home,  Sechell. Must like dogs, short  term, $300/mon. 885-3611,  885-4666. #33  Cozy 1 bdrm wilh view, garden,  parking, close to ferry, $375.  (604| 277-4725, avail. Sepl. 1.  #34  1 bdrm beautilul view, Incl. W/D,  Jenalr stove & fridge, plenty ol  slorage. 10 mins. from lerry,  $550.936-5588. #34  Furnished 2 bdrm W/F collage.  Seima Park, avail. Sept. 1.1991.  thru June 1992, $700/mon.  885-2044. #35  Nice 2 bdrm cottage, great view,  close to all amen., $650.  1-879-3775. #34  Clean 2 bdrm duplex, near waler,  shops & school. Avail. Sept.  1/91, $750. BUI 886-2277 or  Sam 581-8078. #34  2 bdrm older W/F cottage, reas.  rent lor odd |obs. Avail. Sepl. 1,  986-8822. #33  1 bdrm apl.. large kitchen 8 living room, close to all amen., no  pels, $550. Rels. reqd. Quiet  residential area. 883-1142 or  937-3794. #33  2 bdrm spacious archflechural  design lownhouse, all appl., central location. Sechell. Avail. Sepl.  1st, $850/mon. 885-3842 or  885-6299.' #35  Avail. Sepl. 1. One bdrm suite.  unfurnished, $225 plus Hyd.  883-2661. #33  3 bdrm, living room, lamily room,  dining room, 5 appl., view, $850  plus util 885-3815. 886-4773  ive. msg. #34  Large bdrm, use ol house, cable,  private phone avail, quiet person,  $280 plus* Hyd. 886-3227. #33  Gibsons: 2 bdrm ocean view  suite, avail, long-term lei,  $550/mon. 886-4773.        #33  VIEW! 3 bdrm lownhouse. convenient Gibsons location, .Incl. 5  appl., blinds, cable, avail. Sept.  1, $850/mon. 886-3013 Ive.  msg.  W5  Waterfront 2 bdrm, 1100 sq. ft.  homo on Oyslor Bay near Madeira  Park. Fantastic Southern exposure w/deck on water 8 stone  steps to beach. Avail. Sept. 14,  $700/mon. 590-8543 Oefla. #34  Lower Gibsons  12'Wx29'Lx9-10'H  $200  #35  2 bdrm lurnished waterlront  home, Davis bay. N/S, No Pels,  Sepl 1 to June 30. 885-4075  ���988-5079. $500/mon.       #33  1 bdrm mobile home, lully equipped, immed. occupancy, Sechelt  area. $450.885-7940.        #33  Semi-lurnished 1 bdrm suite,  close lo downlown Sechell,  $410.885-4054. #33  Bachelors suite, open II. plan, util  Inc.. 886-9501. TFN  30. Help Wanted  30  Help Wanted      1130. Help Wanted  Wedding    photographers.  885-2882. TFN  Kiwanis Village Care Home is now  accepting applications lor the  position d adminstrator University graduation  with  relevant  course work In administration or  completion ol recognized course  In health administration (min. 5  years exp. prelerred). Closing  date September 14. Applications  to  Kiwanis Village Care Home,  c/o Marie Connor  RR1. Site 7  Gibsons. BC  VON 1V0  #34  Hilltop Chevron Sell Service is  now accepting applications lor  part-time cashiers. Hours not  suitable for students. Please apply in person. Mon.-Fri. 11 am -4  pm. #34  Dental receptionist with previous  dental knowledge required lor  busy ollice 4 days per week. Interpersonal skills most important  Apply to Dr. Bland Inc.. RR#2,  Gibsons. BC VON 1V0 with handwritten letter, resume and letters  olrelerence. TFN  BUS DRIVERS  We are now accepting  applications for bus  drivers and spare  drivers for the 1991-  1992 school term.  Applicants should have  or be willing to gel a  class 2 or better B.C.  drivers license.  To apply slop in at our  service garage.at 6041  East Porpoise Bay Rd.  or send a resume lo  John Hopkins c/o  Sechelt School Bus  Service Ltd. Box 70,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0.  Experienced dental receptionist 3  days/week lor caring, team-  oriented lamily practice Exc.  organizational/secretarial skills  essential. Must have warm,  friendly disposition. Send resume  to Dr. Dan Kingsbury, Box 1099.  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. TFN  Cashier, Village Store, Gibsons.  Apply within or call 886-3520  10am-10pm. #34  Janitorial company looking for  reliable part-time employees lor  evening work in Gibsons and  Sechelt. Forward resume lo Box  1641, Sechell. #35  NEW opportunity. Make up to  $500 or more per week. Assemble our products. 24 hr. recorded  info, gives details. (604)  623-2011 or (604) 520-6444.#34  Certified Aerobic instructors  needed lor Eagle Fitness. Call  Douglas 886-4606. #34  Foster homes urgently required  for children d all ages. Please call  Ministry of Social Services &  Housing resources worker  885-7101 weekdays. #35  Sole praclloner needs a  secretary, such employment to  commence on or belore Sept. 3.  1991. No prior experience required. Please telephone  885-2626 or mail resume to Box  1310, Sechell. BC. VON 3A0. #35  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Drivoi. (Icopciatdy nnodecl to  transport a patient lo  physiotlioiapy in -.elicit liom  Marion Pnik Expenses paid  Roy Seoul leaders needed loi  the fall in all aieas ol lie coasl  3-4 hours pm week Fun  (|iiaiantccri! Council members  also needed lo assist wilh  QlanniiKj and special events  Assistant needed for a local  wildlife centre, a peiinci  nptxiituiiily loi someG-fl s-l*o is  inlciesleri in animals A 'laimnq.  program wW bo i-ovklod.  For these and more  opportunities, please  contact the  Volunteer Action  Centr.at885-.M1.  A service funded by  the Ministry ol Social  Services & Housing.  31   Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TUB  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  __  TFN  Grass Cutting. Trimming. Roto-  tilling. Brush Cutting. Fertilizer  Grass Seed Spreading & Wood  Bucking. Low Rates. Call Power  Lawn Mowing 886-7989.     #33  Siding and/ar Sam  Cedar, Vinyl, Alum  Quality workmanship  LennJoyner   886-4730  #36'  Tradesman (elec) avail tor temp.  work. Can also do carpentry etc.  Ref. and reas. rales. 866-9866.  #35  HANDYMAN  No Job Two Small  Specialty - Plumbing Repairs  883-9278  #35  Carpentry,  renovations,  addl-  cadar decks, lencast flbreglass-  Ing. WHY. call Thomas,  886-7652 #33  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery   -��,  POWEHIUI IRUCK MOUNIED ' -'.  IOUIPME.I It    I  Full and Part-time Ironl desk  clerk, morning waitresses, &  housekeepers. Contact Lord  Jim's 885-7038. #34  Mature woman for work in  bakery/deli. No experience  necessary. Send resume lo Personnel Manager. Box 547, Gibsons. BC, VON 1V0. #33  Part-lime general assistant required at Ihe new Ritz Motel.  Phone mornings, 886-3343. #34  Drivers needed with Class 4  licence. Sunshine Coast Cab Co.  Ltd. 886-8914. #33  PLUMBING  Renovations ��� Repairs  Hotwater Tanks  24 Hour Service  886-3463  #34  COMPUTER  ARTIST  WANTED Experienced  ""���"onM-Clntoah  computers  In the  lollowing  programs:  Quark,  Illustrator  & MS Word  loin  Family Photographer  Black. white or colour images by  trained prolessional. studio or  location. 886-7472. #34  32. Work Wanted  Experienced oflice cleaner needs  work. 886-8243. #33  For Free Estimates on renovations, additions, decks, etc. Call  Sound Construction at 885-2887.  #33  Do Vou Need, lawn/landscape  maintenance, brush cutting,  weed eating, rubbish removal,  yard clean-up. window cleaning,  elc. Skip's Maintenance Service.  885-2373. #35  HOUSEHOLD  &  RUBBISH  REMOVAL  885-4066  #35  Watchman with own trailer lor  logging camp, house, boat, etc.  PO Box 1913, Sechell, BC.   #35  Carpenter available with TO  "Weekend" build, repair. Call  alter 6 pm. 886-8483.        #33  Mouse Daycare spaces  11 months to school  Fun lied caring envlron-  wrlh ECE certified stall.  886-3913  #39  Halfmoon Bay Childcare Centre is  now taking registrations lor  children aged 18 mo. ��� 6 yrs. Early registration lor Sept. recommended. 885-3739. #33  Way To Grow Playcare  - a soon to be licensed lamily  daycare  - caregiver is experienced and  currently studying ECE  - a variety ol activities ottered  - large indoor and outdoor  playspace  - wholesome homemade meals  - Gibsons near Fletcher Park  - 7:30 - 5:30. M-F  - Spaces available starting Sepl.  3.1991  - Phone 886-8797.  #33  Would you Uke quality cars lor  your children In a loving, homty  atmosphere? Call 886-2227. #36  Needed starting mid-September,  babysitter, two days per week lor  3 children, ages 5,3.6 mo. in  my home, Cedar Grove area.  886-2563. #34  "FUNSHINE DAYCARE  Still has some summer openings.  Also accepting September  enrollments now. Don't wait too  long, sign up and cover your  needs early. Interested parents  are more than welcome lo come  and have a look Hours 7:30 am  -5:30 pm. Mon ��� Fri. 886-3377.  "CMHroa have lun teetning  through play and Iraa  oxphra-oa." Licence 1120010.  #33  SUNSET DAYCARE  A well-equipped small group day  care in Roberts Creek has spaces  available commencing Sepl 3rd  lor children aged 2 yrs. and up.  Daily program includes music,  art. stories, circle time . games,  as well as lots ol Iree play on 1V:  sale, lenced acres with children's  garden, pets, outdoor equipment  and more Licensed supervisor  with spec needs experience  $20/day. 7:45 ��� 5.30.886-8822  Ask lor Sheahan Bonnie      #35  Jack & Jill Pre-School has openings tor 3 & 4 year olds To  register call 886-2528 or  886-3154. #35  Exp. lamily daycare avail, close to  Cedar Grove School lor 2 yrs.  plus Call Debbie. 886-3483 #35  Family Daycare  Reasonable Rates  Call 886-3001  #34  Experienced nanny will babysit in  our home, Sechelt. Ana  885-6277. #35  34   Business  Opportunities  Interested in home parties or  selling lingerie? Undercover  Wear is here. For more inlo. call  Debbie. 886-2835. #33  Wanted, 500-1000 sq. II. ol  commercial space, downlown  Sechelt, tor a long term social  club lease. 885-5552.        #34  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made to Ihe  Director ol Vital Statistics for a  change of name, pursuant to the  provisions ot the "Name Act" by  me: Daryl Albert Henn. RR 2.  S23. C14. Gibsons. BC. VON  IVO. Irom Henn, Daryl Albert, to  Chilton. Arone Dated this 16th  day ol August. 1991. #33  NOTICE to creditors and others in  Ihe estate ot ERNEST RICHMOND  CARSWELL deceased, lormerly ol  Box 21. Garden Bay. BC. VON  ISO. Take Notice thai all persons  having claims upon Ihe estate ol  the above name must tile with the  undersigned executor by the 30th  day ol September. 1991. a lull  statement ol their claims after  which date the estate assets will  be distributed having regard only  to claims that have been received. Kim R. Carswell. 9314 -124th  St.. Surrey. BC, V3V4S3.  #33  NOTICE is hereby given thai an  application wi be made to the  Director ol Vital Statistics tor a  change ol name, pursuant to the  provisions d the "Name Act" by  mo: Penelope Christine Fuller, RR  2. S23. C14. Gibsons. BC, VON  1V0, Irom Fuller. Penelope.  Christine (Penny), to Fuller.  Cathrine Dated this 16th day ol  August, 1991. #33  I Lynn McLean ol Gibsons. BC request my daughters name be  changed Irom Kalynn Diane'  McLean to Kalynn Diane  Hamilton #33  NOTICE OF  ANNUAL MEETING  ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  To members nl St M;iiy'r:  Hospital Society  Take notice thai die Animal  General Meeting ol tiir*  rtiembeis ol u��' SI M.nv''-  Hospital J-v.it.ty will be held  in llin Indian Band Hall.  Sedmlt, R(' on  Wednesday, the 25th  day ol September 1991  at the hour ol 7:30  p.m.  D-tHil ni llin lv in-1 "i  Senile., in ilir* Prnviiic- nl*  RnlrJi r.nlninlii.i this 31st  ihynl Inly. I.9I  [sy oitlm nl ll1" Bn.ml nl  lm.ee';  til Wiii'lit  Senet-iy In Ii- P i nil  MORE  CLASSIFIED  ON PAGE 20  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLOMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS Old  ASSOCIATION __ X .7  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 25  words  $195  $3.70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  Certified Heavy  Duty Mechanic  Fletcher Challenge Canada, an integrated foiest products  company, has an immediate opening lor a full time  Certified Heavy Duty Mechanic on day shift at Its  Narrows Inlet operation. Daily commuling from Sechelt  requires Ihe successlul candidate to reside within Ihe  local area.  Preference will be given to individuals with a thorough  knowledge ol logging equipment, seveial years  experience in all aspects ol maintenance and repair as  well as Ihe ability to weld.  Applicants should lorward their resumes, which will be held  In confldence, to R.J. Stevens, Industrial Relations  Supervisor, Fletcher Challenge Canada, Mid .sand Division,  P.O. Bon 2500, Campbell River, B.C., V9W 5CS,  Fas: 287-1270, or conlact him directly at 2B��-7316.  ���  FLETCHER CHALLENGE CANADA  NEW CARS AND TRUCKS  Start from $149/month. Limited time oiler. Lease to own.  All makes/models. Plan  O.A.C. Call Leslie Fox (or prior  credit approval and selection.  433-6803 "collect". University  Leasing, Burnaby.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  High school student needed for  veterinary assistant position at  Eagle Ridge Veterinary Hospital.  Full-time lor Aug/91, pan-lime  Sept. onward. Conlacl Stephlne  Boyd, 885-5158. 134  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30,000/yr. Income potential.  Details. (1) 805 962-8000 Ext.  CY-308. 135  Henry's Bakery requires counter-  person, perm, part-time. Apply in  person am only. 134  TIME KEEPER/FIRST AID  Qualifications: B Ticket, computer  experience with payroll, spread,  sheet and word processing programs. Knowledge ot log scaling  program an asset. Previous experience in tht logging industry  prelerred. Reply In writing to  Fleetwood Forest Prod., P.O. Box  177, Port Mellon, BC VON 2S0.  #33  Waitress lor Seaview Gardens, It  yrs. or older. Apply within tr  886-9053. #33  DOORSIWINDOWSI Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  to WALKER DOOR and WINDOW In Vancouver at  (604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a flair for colour  and design? Decorating Den,  Canada's fastest growing Interior Decorating Franchise  is expanding In B.C. Training  provided. Lower Mainland  525-8722, Provincial 1-800-  565-8722.  SINGLES TODAY Introduction Service. Eleventh Anniversary Special. Membership,  franchise and employment  inlormation. Magazine sample $4. #2 -1248 Fort Street,  Victoria, B.C., V8V 3L2.  (604)380-9020, FAX:  (604)478-9975.  The Suncoast Vocational Training Program has vacancies lor the  lollowing positions. Forward  resumes c/o P.O. Box 2309,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0 by  September 3.  PROGRAM ASSISTANT lor  general ollice procedures and  provide assistance to the instructors and students as required.  Knowledge ol Word Perfect and  Bedlordlng Accounting Is essential. Teaching experience would  be helpful. 22.5 hours per week.  Llie Skills Instructor to teach  and provide counselling lor  students In an employment  readiness program. A Masters  degree or undergraduate degree  In Education, Psychology or  Social Work, supplemented by  experience In job training programs Is required. 16 hours per  week. 133  Complete Equipment lor  manufacturing synthetic Marble, Onyx, Granite Tubs, Vanity Sinks and accessories.  Comes with all molds, compressor, tables, etc. Call Jan,  248-2616, Parksville, B.C.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  The Government owes you  money II; on welfare, no tax  return tiled since 1988. Lee  Houtman, 281 East Windsor  Road, North Vancouver, B.C.  V7N1K2.  FOR SALE MtSC  COMINO EVENTS  NEW CALGARY Agri-Ranch  Trade Show. March 4-6,  1892. Exhibits relating lo agriculture, equestrian, ranching, Irrigation. For more Information phone (403)469-2400  or fax (403)469-1398.  EDUCATION  Laid oft, outol work? Learn to  manage an Apartment, Condominium Building. Many jobs  available. Over 1,200 people  placed throughout B.C. For  details call (604)681-5456.  FREE career guide to home-  study correspondence Diploma courses. Accounting,  Aircondifioning, Bookkeeping,  Business, Cosmetology,  Electronics, Legal/Medical  Secretary, Psychology,  Travel. Granton, (5A)-263  Adelaide West, Toronto, 1-  600-950-1972,  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. Make your future financially secure. Join Canada's *1 indusiry. Cooking Is a  recession prool career. Short,  intense training. Financial  terms. Gov't funding. Continuous enrolment. DUBRULLE  FRENCH CULINARY  SCHOOL, 1522 W. Sth Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C., 738-3155.  Toll-free t-800-667 7288.  EOUPMENT  ALL CASH BUSINESSI Fan  tastlc proflts/p-tented vend  Ing equipment. No obligation!  Investment is your decision]  Free brochure. PHILRICK1  VENDING. 3529 Savannah  Ave., Victoria, B.C., V8X1S6.  604)362-4580.  Well established Appliance  Service Business Including  slock of parts for all makes. A  complete workshop of necessary tools to do all relrig. a  appliance jobs.$35,000.John  Harrison, Box 550, Gibsons,  B.C., VON IVO. 886-9959.  Diesel Generators. 25KwBmc/  Onan by Newage. lOKw  Mercedes Benz/Kato by  Simpson Maxwell. 115/230  Volt, tph. $3,500 each. Box  10,-ynon.VOK 120.455-6671.  FOR SALE IMC  CAN BIZARRE ACHES AND  PAINS BE CAUSED BY THE  MIND? Buy and read  "Kinetic- the Modem Science  ol Mental Health" $7.50. To  order call: Vancouver  Dianetics Center, 401 West  Hastings Street, Vancouver,  B.C.V6B1_5.<604)681-0318.  MAS end Visa ecceptod.  SURPLUS EQUIPMENT  FOR SALE: Dumptrucks, cat  loaders, low beds, pavers and  rollers, service trucks, welding truck c/w 300 Miller welder,  D6D and D8K cats, excavators, crushers and jaws, 310  J.D. backhoes, JCBbackhoe,  case 580K backhoe, 740  Champion grader eAv snow  wring, 670A J.D. grader plow  and snow wing, cat 851  windrow elevator, 100 barrel  water tank and log graples.  Call Vic Kampe 1-493-6791  days, 1-493-7742 evenings.  Light fixtures, electric motors,  generators, phase converters, transformers, fans, welders, wiring supplies, free literature. Frlesen Electric,  32032 S.F. Way, Clearbrook,  B.C.,V2TIV8.Telfl59-7101.  Fax:853-2503.  MOBILE HOMES - $205/  MONTH. 14's, 16s,  douUewides. Many to choose  Irom. 100% financing O.A.C.  (403)472-9090.  HOCKEY CARDS. 1991-92  SCORE HOCKEY. Pre-order  until Aug 30/91. Boxes - 1 -  $22.95 *Tx�� Shipping. 10��  - $21.95 A Tx & Shipping.  (Oct. delivery expected).  Money orders or cashier  cheques. Ph. hrs.12-X.-4-X)  pm., Mon. -Fri. Ph. (604(858-  3365. Locker Room Cards,  P.O. Box 357, Sardis, V2R  1A7.  CHAIN SAW USERS: Car-  bide and regular saw chains  at low prices lo til all chain  saws. Send for price Hsl, North  Star Marketing, Box 35405,  Station E, Vancouver, B.C.,  V6M2B4.   OARDEMNQ  HELPWANTED  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building.Many jobs available.  Government licensed home  study certification course. Call  for details: (604)681-5456 or  1-800-665-8339.  NEED EXTRA $$$$. C & M  Gifts needs Demonstrators  to sell toys and gifts at Home  Parties. No investment or  experience required. Established company. Call today  (519)258-7905.   Full time baker required. First  or Second year apprentice  O.K. Submit resume to Jerry  Giesbrecht, c/o Weslslde  Foods, #1-1151 10 Ave S.W.,  Salmon Arm, B.C., V1E4M2.  Phone 832-2278.  Aluminum/Glass Greenhouses and Solariums. Single anddoubleglazed, straight  and curved eave units. Phone  or write lor FREE BROCHURE: B.C. Greenhouse  Bunders Ltd.. 7425 Hedley  Ave.,Bumaby,B.C.V5E2R1.  433-4220.  Well established Plumbing,  Heating, Electrical retailer requires experienced plumbing  parts person. Electrical knowledge an asset. Excellent opportunity lor Ihe right applicant. Handwritten application  lo Bob Kjelsrud, Burgess  Plumbing and Heating, 36 N.  Broadway, Williams Lake,  B.C., V2G 1B9, ���  CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE,  nestled in the Canadian  Rockies, is beginning tall recruitment! Various positions  are available In our Housekeeping, Stewar ding, Food _  Beverage and Front Office  departments. Also available  are qualified Chef du Partie,  Isl Cook, 2nd Cook and  Stillroom positions. Also available are qualified Housekeeping Floor Supervisor positions.  Join us in outstanding beauty  and reply with your resume  and relerences lo Human  Resources, Chateau Lake  Louise, Lake Louise, AB, TOL  -EO.  EXPERIENCE farm lile overseas. Contact the International Agricultural Exchange  Association at 1501 -17 Ave.  S.W., Calgary, AB, T2T 0E2  to find out howl  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types ol  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/Morel For details call:  |(604)535-3539.   HELPWANTED  HALL PONTIAC, Abbotsford.  Wanted immediately.)  Drivability Tune-up Technl-,  clan: GM trained, 5 years GM  experience preferred. Warranty person: GM experience.  For appointment call Chuck!  Johnsson, 1 -859-5264,       i  ���6-FIGURE INCOME "Inter-1  national music and Video  Company expanding into  Canada. Need highly motivated commissioned sales  people and distributors part-  time or lull-time. (519)944-  2800.  PERSONALS  Jehovah's Witnesses, friends  and families - find out facts  Ihe Sociely doesn't want you  to know. Totally confidential.  J.W. Facts, Box 73, Balfour,  B.C., V0G1C0.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For information on  both write: Properties, Depl.  CN, Box 5380, Sin. F, Ottawa, K2C3J1.  Commercial Building,  $160,000, downtown  Revelsloke. 2,820 sq.ft. and  finished basement. Income  from 2 business rentals. Wrile  Box 485, Revelstoke, B.C.,  V0E2S0. Call 837-6616.  11 acre Hobby Farm. Fenced/  crossfenced. 3 acres hay.  1,500 sq. It. remodelled  house. Good well, N/G, 6  major appliances. Close to  Salmon Arm & Enderby.  $135,000. (604)832-6557.  Spilt level house, three bdrms,  11/2 balhs. Rec. room, laundry and sewing rooms combined. Bsmt workshop, garden area. $56,000. Clinton,  B.C. Phone 459-2558.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for.  22 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  lees available. InjuredinB.C.  only.        !  SI2-S18/HR Working Irom  home. Send SASE to: JC&C  Holdings Dept. B, 1054 lakeland  Village Blvd. Sherwood Perk.  Alberta, T8H1B2. #35 I  Bwja...Setta...Fi��U...Tett it  .   -    in the Sunshine Coast's  LARGEST LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS 20. Coasl News. August 19. 1991  I |s, up. anil away! IIS wet play -tillie miller tilt* heat ol' a  sunny tlay for thesi* adventurous *>��iiiuner*,.  Jan Mii'liacl Slicrmdll pliolii  Notice lloiinl  i siiiiinu-il trom pa-jt* 6.  approximately three nights at a  slietch. and a small honorarium is  available. Beach House is looking  loi looms al various times over the  summer as well as into Ihe fall  months  35. Legal  MEMBERSHIP IN ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  Meiriheis ot SI Maiy's Hnstntal ! Hy ale peisons who  i.��ill ilu ili> $2.0. in inRiiitietship dm" in tin* Sot _ly in lesiiprlnl  Hie membership yeai wimii extends tan the cointirencsinenl nl  the annual gentnal meeting In imp vp.n until Hie comtnenceinenl  rjl lite annual geneial iiieeliiK) in Hie next vent  :������ membra in good standing may innew inRinheirJiip in llin  iv ��'iy Im lite lollowing meiiibeisliip yeai hy conltilHilinrj dues lo  Ihe So lely i_ioi lo the annual geneial meeting  A ni'w ini'iiihi'i "i .i Lipsed Mii'iiihi'i ii'inniinii in oid-i lo bfi  >���,..|itii(" in vole ."t an annual neneial meeting nl tin* So iely sl  pii oi rejoin Hie Society al leasl a inonlli Lieloie Ihe annual  geneial meeling  MemliHtsliips may he paid al llie caslilet'i dest al Ilia Irospilal  Monday lo Fiiday 8 a.m - -I p.m ni print lo Ilia miHial genei il  meeting ol Die sociely ol Keptembei .fi, 1991  I H Wnghi  Sei tetaiy to tlie Boat il  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLV  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LANDS  In the Land Recording District ol New Westminster  and situated at Beaver Island, Pender Harbour,  lake notice that Boyd H. Winters ol Lot 45. Beaver  Island/Francis Peninsula, shipwright, intends to  apply for a licence of occupation of the following  described lands: unsutveyed loteshore fronting Lot  45,  District Lot  1390, Beaver  Dlsland/Francis  Peninsula, New Westminster District, Plan 4276.  The purpose tor which the disposition is required is  permanent moorage facilities.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to  tlie Ollice of the Senior Land Otficer,  K401-4603 Kingsway. Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4 -  BOYD WINTERS.     FILE #2405374.  TVki.i","   iW\--.,.���  ?_.._.��l>  - -Leis-. ,  LOI 4*a  (-Beaker Island/   -  faftWCtt   *'�� NIKOLA  Proposed Silviculture  Prescriptions  Notice of pre-harvest silviculture prescription,  pursuant to Section 3 ot the silviculture regulations.  The following areas have a proposed prescription  that will apply if approval is obtained from the  Ministry of Forests. The proposed prescriptions will  be available lor viewing until October 11,1991, at  the location noted below or upon special  arrangement (Phone 286-7367).  To ensure consideration, written comments must be  made to Fletcher Challenge Canada Ltd., Box 2500,  (5705 North Island Highway),  Campbell River, B.C. V9W 5C5  Attention: Divisional Forester, Mid Island Division.  F.L.#A19227  It you can help out now or In the fu-  tuie, please call Beach House  Productions at 886-7972.  Plastic Pom Poms foi weddings,  parades & paities, etc. 21 assorted  colours, 20�� each Made by Sechelt  Sr. Citizens. Thursdays  Birth Control  Clinic at Const  Garibaldi Health  Unit,    494    S  Fletcher.  Qibsons  Thursday trom 7  lo 9 pm  Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary,  "New  Beginnings" is a  Iriendly social  group lor widows  ami widowers  {and other experiencing loss)  which meets ev-  ery other  Thursday atler-  nnoii al the  Sechelt   Health  Umi The purposes ()l "New  Beginnings'1 me  tor making,  friends, sharing  inlormation and  ideas, support  and encouraqe-  menl for  someone to talk  to If yon wish further information  land for next  meeting   date)  call 885 5164  3Cs Weighl  Loss Support  Group meets  every Thursday  evening. 6 45 to  8 prn at the  United Church,  Glassford Rd.,  Qibsons.   Info:  886-7159  Fridays  United Church  Thrift Shop in  basement ol  church off  Truman Rd .  open Fridays, 1  lo 3 pm.  The    Sechell  Public  Library  will he open every Friday from 1  to 5 pin  Saturdays  Artists & Crafts  People display R  selling space is  availahle     in  Gibsons  Landing,  Saturday and  Sundays. For Information phone  886-2470 or 886-  2116.  Sundays  The Sunshine  Coast Stamp  Club will be  meeling every  second Sunday  at Rockwood  Lodge at 7:30  pm. Phone 885-  3381 or 885-  7088 tor lurther  inlormation  Open lor all ages.  Sechell  Summer Fun  Sponsored by  Bethel Baptist  Church. July 2 ���  Aug 23. 930-  1200 f. 1-330  Monday lo Friday  (ages 6-11  years), $3.00 per  day. For more  inlo call Tracy  Jardine 885-  24S4 or 665-  9065.  Cut ting  Permit  tut  Mock  630  I .million  Narrows Inlet  3 km upstream  on R.UIH.U.I Creek  Area  ...  ^  FLETCHER CHALLENGE CANADA  CANADIAN  CANCER  SOCIETY  .  Faith ll-ak-r'  eoiitiiHK.I im from page iu.  ...Iiinii.  Faith  Healer is a dramatic  sludy in llu- essentials, and rami  illations uf dissolution, !_��� xIi  (and lack ol it), madness, and  the priee exacted lor choices  made and choices spurned in  daily living  The performances are uniformly splendid, the work ol a  Irio of dedicated, experienced  professionals ll was a singular  bonus afterwards 10 discover Ms  Whitney and Mssrs < uttliiu* and  Evans muusliiu" in the lohhy and  doini" lil lit" Inn sinking llie  praises of plnvwriuhl Frlel.  Director Joanna Manilla (also  producer of Ihe Vancouver  Fringe festival which mounted  Faith Healer in 1 WD deserves  lligll marks for her sure-fooled,  spare, and largely Invisible direction like all good, instinctive directors, Ms Manilla knows thai  the most elleclive ilireclion is indirect, lhal Ihe holdesl gesture is  the one which is implied.  Hie technical values at the  Raven's (ry for ihis mosi worthy  production were exemplary, and  '(ill)SOII.s'      flench      House  Productions deserves kudos for  luting the sensibility and good  taste to bring such a delightful  and stimulating theatrical event  to this area.  (.SI  eoiiliniied from page 16.  where provincial sales tax (I'M.  is based on (IST-excluded  prices, rumors have run  rampant that some major stores  have been charging I "ST on (1ST  In response, ihe stores have had  to run ads reassuring the public  lhal Ihey are calculating the  laxes correctly  Since businesses and their  advisers find lhal Revenue  Canada doesn't always have  immediate answers to their  questions or guidelines to cover  their circumstances, smoothing  Ihe (1ST road may lake a while  yel  Money-are is general financial advice hy Canada's  chartered accountants.  Colleen (lihh is a tax manager with BIX) Ward  Mallette.  STEMS M0  Both Gibsons and Sechell  Council voted lo wilhdiaw Irom  Ihe SCRD Economic  Commission (EDC). The reason  given in both cases was Ihe lack  ot an EDC Commissioner.  Both municipalities also expressed concern that Ihe previous commissioner locused his  attention on regional issues.  10 TEARS AGO  Clarence Joe Senior welcomed  guests to a traditional salmon  barbecue at the home of  Clarence Joe Junior and his wife  Diane.  A cake lor Ihe occasion was  decorated with the Sechell word  "Kluhn-uha-ahk" which Mr. Joe  translated as "welcome".  19 YEARS MO  Census Canada counted the  population ot Gibsons at 1,934 lor  1971 and 1.971 lor 1976, an increase ol 37 residents over a live  year span.  Aldermen contacted by the  Coast News unanimously expressed skepticism.  IS TIMS Ml  A five cent commemorative  postage stamp depicting an unusual view ol the historic  Parliamentary Library in Ottawa  was announced as coming out in  September.  It was to mark the convening  of the 12th General Conference  ol the Commonwealth  Parliamentary Association.  3S YEARS M0  Irate citizens ranged Gibsons  trom morning till night. They were  irate because the voter registration booth in the United Church  basement closed 24 hours early  than the adveitised time.  4SYEMSM0  While infantile paralysis is causing widespread concern in other  parls ot the continent, there have  been no recent new cases in BC,  and only thiee in the province  since ihe beginning of Ihe year.  sSME  Great  Choices of  Burlington  Colours,  Textures,  Weaves! Great Buys!  Many, many choices of  Burlington, Saxonies &  Freizes in most popular  colours.  Burlington FASHION FLAIR  Economy anil durnblc good looks combine in this  multi-colour cut & loop carpel of 1(10% nylon, A practial  carpet for an active family lifestyle in III  boldly exciting colours,  Special 9 | 4"���-?  S 1B95  All -J  Kind* nf -J  _ **".      KEAW  Protection  Burlington NYLC.i CUT & LOOP  Sc��'ch8ard Special     $995  Burlington CUT & LOOP STYLING  A hard working, hard wearing cupel tint has a definite sense  of high fashion. The exciting up-to-date colour range will  enhance any area in your home. Rcotchgnril  StiiinRelease Protection. 12 Colours  l..;?. $.1199  Special  I  Tough, Hard Wearing,  Level Loop     i���stock   *595|  OTHER BERBERS  From  100% WOOL BERBER  '_/(.�� WOOL PILE  (Jives all the benefit of  Natural Wool Fibre  $995  Reg. t%99       Special  ATHENS, 2 Ply, Wool Blend  /..*.$26.95        S*i...ii/-M 995  $ 1 995  PLUS plus over UK) Carpel Roll Ends  in,Mock NOW. $995   ��| ul  Prices Start At  Designer SOLARIAN II  A lough no-wax floor fealuring Ijw Clew Sweep Wear Layer Uielh.ine  Finish, Beautiful inlaid colour ciins|ruclioh- an exclusive Armstrong  manufacturing prO-tsS, Slain Sr send resistant. Designer colours tt  patterns to choose from,  Rftf. $52.99  (gfmstrong Trim & Fit Kits  (You make a mistake installing your Own Armstrong lino using ihis kit  & Armstrong will replace lire material....il's lhat easy!)  Special  B1695  "���    ^^ so yd.  su yd.  Candide  Candide1! wide range n( appealing designs ami contemporary colours  make ihis rugged, highly slaiit-rcsiSfanl floor a dccofalors dream come  lore. Armstrong Candide - ,1 beautiful, hardworking floor tli.it will  enhance any decor.  Reg, $2��.99  Special   51*895  In Stock   at*, m ���q-  RollEnds** -C5"  ss" Vsl  Lino Remnants _ __  Fnr snull Killirmiim, work ,-*    a       ^���||>t  surfaces, cupboard linings,etc, **"ly   \mmmaw  Contractor Lino  M|  ll  Starting At  Rt] yd  Come In Soon For  GREAT CHOICES, GREAT PRICES  Prompt Installation By Our Own Specialists!  rUKON DIVISION  THINK  ABOUT  IT.  We go to Great Panes  to beautify your windows!  DeVries'  Summer Clearances  OnNow  y  - ,��.j��_t'_  ���MM

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