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Array imsidb  SPCA  EWTORU  P_ge3  SPORTS     ' .EGISLATIVE LIBRARY  aansnpc a    Parliament Buildings  .���'������     Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  LEISURE  BUSINES  CLASSIFIED Put 17  REMEMBER WHEN Page 19  CABLE 11 Page 19  READ PETER TROWER ON PAGE 13  91.8  ^<f THE SUNSHINE^  Coast  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2268  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  July 29,1991        Volume 45  Issue 30  fU  14?  ii!  1  >  ;  j  Rh  4f      j  _^___t_____  v _.!_-----!       CF-------! __H__H  __-__- ��������  ___��������    "___!  .   tf"1  im       f%M  Mt  sV  '11  t__S__n  t.  *.  t^X'^%-  - ' /*  "���  o    _<______>  ;_^       r,   ���-   -?ps  I  ISv  ���  It,...,-  1  ^   #_t  Sea Cavalcade a big hit!  Sea Cavalcade started off with a bang for an Impressive and appreciative crowd who, following the traditional 'boat blowup', took in a weekend of funfllled festevitles. joel Johnstone photo  Cowrie beautification  taken to merchants  '���i.  ky Skirt lun-M.  Sechell Council will lie told  it tins lilt' ��'lulnrsrincut tif the  Cowrie sireel men limits lo proceed wilh the next step in the  plans m re-vamp the downtown  section til Sechell  Approximately 20 of  Sechelt's 70 or so Cowrie Strcel  merchants were at Rockwood  Lodge Wednesday evening to  discuss with the Cowrie Street  Ilea limitation Committee  (CSIIC) and the Sechell  Chamber of Commerce, plans  lo "lifauiil'y" < tiwtie Street.  The goal of the meeting,  irom the outlook of the CSfic.  was to garner a reaction of approval or disapproval from  Cowrie Street merchants for the  continuation of plans to remove  the overhead wiring and corresponding power poles from  Cowrie street and replace it  with underground service.  The cost of Ihe proposed rerouting ol the overhead wiring -  comprised of IIC Hydro. IIC Tel  and Cablevisloil lines and installing ornamental street lighting, has heen estimated at  $ 565,245, but witli applicable  provincial grants, tlie net cost lo  Sechelt and those concerned  would be around $ ...2. .72  This amount lias, for tlte sake  of computing ease, been broken  down by the CSIIC into a per-  metre-cost for property fronting  Cowrie. That per-metre-cost is  about $23 a year for IS years,  the amount of lime (lie  $332,572 would be financed  on a low interest, provincial  government loan ol six percent;  As an addition lo the removal of the overhead wiring, it  was suggested by Alderman  Doug Reid. Chairman of the  CSIIC. dial the inert hauls consider including (he "re doing" of  Cowrie's asphalt sidewalks as  part of tlie proposed improvement project  Reitl said the decision to include sidewalks into the proposal came from a June 25  council meeting and .stemmed  from a council belief that pole  removal, while necessary, was  not enough of an initial Improvement. ^  The sidewalks could, according to Reitl, easily be re-done in  concrete at an estimated tolal  additional cost of $131,414.  bringing the net cosl of ihe project, alter grants, to $467,377.  lhal would bring the annual  cost per frontage metre of  Cowrie Street property to  around $33 for fifteen years  Reid lold ibe merchants the  deadlines for the project demanded thai aclion be taken  soon. He saitl the provincial  grants had to be applied for before October I, antl the work  on Ihe project should he under  Sechell  Alderman  l-iug Reid  Gibsons Golden Girl  Amy Blain has been chosen as this year's (iihsons Golden  iirl. Amy has been involved In many community projects  |J throughout the years.  '���'       Over 35 years ago, she was one of a small group of  \ Women who began Cubs In (iibsons. She has been active in  Ihe hospital auxiliary and ten years ago helped organize Ihe  Kiwanis auxiliary,  Many women in the area fondly remember her activities  ���/ith the "Lunch Bunch".  Pictured above, Jan Michael Sherman of the Coast News  ���resents Amy with a bouquet of flowers and declares her ���  Ibsons Golden Girl of 1991.  taken no later than February or  March of 1992.  As for approval of the project, Reitl saitl lhal, because il  began as a council initiative, il  would require a "negative vote"  from those concerned to turn il  down.  "Ii will lake SI percent of the  owners of the frontage, owning  more than SO percent of the  frontage to vole It down.,"  explained Reid.  He later added lhal the  Municipal District of Sechelt  and School District #46 combined, own about 30 percent of  the Cowrie frontage, bin would  nol be eligible to vote. So, in reality, it would lake SI percent  of ihe property owners owning  more than half of Ihe remaining  70 pert em of frontage to vote  the initiative down.  Merchant concerns expressed  at the meeling focused largely  on the amount of money they  would be expected to pay as  their portion of Ihe  'beautification initiative', in  essence, 100 percent of their  own frontage costs, jusl as the  municipality would pay 100  percent on the property it  owned as well as picking up the  bill for the school district.  A "jftat is your justification for  ., cost per metre," asked one  merchant of Art Lew, Sechelt's  Acting Administrator.  "The metre seems to be, on  balance, the fairest method," responded Lew, "and the most  common method used under  the Municipal Act."  Kay llailey said she agreed  with the initiative, and approved of council's plan of aclion. but suggested council consider paying more than 30 percent of the overall cost.  She noted that requiring  merchants to pay 100 percent of  their frontage costs was  'unheard of in other communities lhal had undergone revitalization projects.  "...This benefits Ihe entire  community," said Bailey. "It creates a tax base, il creates jobs, it  makes for a vital downtown  area, and il should be shared by  the community....The property  owners already pay exceedingly  high taxes in this town and Ihey  have received very, very little for  ii.  "I think," llailey continued,  "ihey (the property owners) are  not asking loo much for consideration on the split."  She said she would still  support Ihe initiative, whatever  the final cost turned out to be,  hut asked Alderman Reid to  "consider going back lo council  and convincing ihem this is not  a fair deal."  Reid acknowledged die merit  of Bailey's request and agreed io  broach the subject wilh council.  Alderman Boh Wilson, also a  member of Ihe (SBC, suggested  to Bailey lhal ihe sidewalk Improvement portion of ihe project might fall under 'local improvements' in Ihe municipal  act, and could therefore warrant  a 50-50 split between the merchants of Cowrie and ihe municipality.  Bailey indicated she found  the idea acceptable, saying  "Anything like that (would  help)."  Alderman Reitl eventually  polled those gathered and,  based on a favourable response  from over half of those present,  said he would take a vote of  confidence back to council,  along wilh the concerns expressed.  The next step in the process  is a general "Public Information  Meeting* to apprise the taxpayers of the progress on "Cowrie  Street Beautification" That  meeting is to be held at  Rockwood on July 31 at 6 pm.  Second Annual  Marathon departs  from Sechelt  On August 24 some 200 to  400 participants will set off  from Mission Point in the  second annual Save the Strait  Marathon lo focus attention on  environmental damage in  Georgia Strait.  The marathon is sponsored  hy the Save Georgia Sirail  Alliance which is made up.of  52 environmental organizations  dial come from communities all  tlie way from Victoria to Port  Hardy  The Sunshine Coast is well  represented by eight groups,  and a large contingent of local  volunteers, headed by Roger  Lagasse, is busy pulling all the  details together for Ihe  launching from this end.  In an interview wilh the  Coasl News, Lagasse saitl  participants will be crossing ihe  Strait in all kinds of "human-  powered" craft: kayaks, canoes  and rowboats  Lone swimmer Fin Donnelly,  who swam Ihe whole distance  lasl year in the near record lime  of nine hours and twenty three  minutes, will be trying for a  repeat performance, and a  swim team, headed by Cynthia  Norman, will also tackle the  crossing.  Safely is a major concern for  the organizers, and Lagasse said  escort boats, in the proportion  of one boat to every five participants, will accompany Ihe  marathoners. For each  swimmers, there will he one  rowboat, backed up by a power  hoat.  On the evening of Augusi 23  participants will be treated to a  meal antl a last minute safety  check will make sure lhat all  vessels have the required safety  equipment.  Another celebration will lake  place on Newcastle Island in Ihe  mouth of Nanaimo Harbour at  the close of the marathon.  This year ihe flotilla, will  once again include a hoat from  the Sunshine Coasl built oul of  re-used, scrap and waste  materials.  Last year the Paper Boat  Committee built ihe "Paper  Boat" out of salvaged wood and  brown paper shopping bags  This year the same group is  building a two-person kayak for  the 29 kilometre crossing from  Sechelt to Nanaimo  The "DOUBLE BUBBLE" is  heing built from plywood wall  panelling (salvaged from Ihe  recently demolished Sechelt  Fish Market building) stitched  together with scrap nylon  monofilament fishing line, with  the seams and stitch holes waterproofed hy applying used  chewing gum.  The amount of chewing gum  collected so far is insufficient to  completely waterproof the  seams of the boat, so an urgent  appeal is being made to all  Sunshine Coasl gum .hewers to  save your gum for this project  Any clean plastic container can  he used - a film canister is  convenient lo carry and empties  can be obtained from any photo  shop  Drop your collected wail  (any and all types of gum are  suitable) at the Arts Cenlre  before Salurday. August 17. antl  write your name on it if you  want lo compete for the Grand  prize signed original "Double  Bubble" mantle piece model  which goes to the individual  who contributes the most gum  The current leader ol thc-  pack in Ihis respect is Jeremy  Baker who has weighed in with  185 grams  All money pledged for this  project will he donated lo the  "Save Georgia Strait Alliance" lo  be used lowards ihe  environmental protection antl  ecological recovery of the  Georgia Strait and surrounding  lands.  If you wish to pledge or  donate money lo litis cause  phone Larrv Westlake at 88.3-  2161.  Deadline for advance  registration in the marathon is  July 31. After that, a late  registration fee of $2(1 will be  charged and participation wilt  be limited lo ensure a  inarathoner lo escort boat ratio  ol five lo one  For registration information.  call 885-7143  Waste solution costly  There is both good and bad  news in the results of an eighteen month wood waste study  undertaken on behalf of the  Wood Waste Task Force of the  Economic Development  Commission (EDC).  Doug Cooper, who works  for both the Council of Forest  Industries (COFI) and also is  chairman of die Debris Control  Board, told EDC members thai  Ihe report prepared by consultant Jim Mi Williams concluded  technology exists lo handle all  Ihe wood waste presently being  handled by Howe Sound dry  land sort operations.  Tlie bad news is, Ihe costs  will be so high dial any profits  log sort contractors now make  could he wiped out.  Cooper said capital cost of  installing equipment to convert  wood residue into hog fuel  would cost around $600,000.  Annual operating costs would  be approximately $450,000.  and revenue would be about  $20,000.  This would bring costs to  around 55 cents a cubic metre,  jusl about double Ihe amount  contractors face now. and  enough to wipe out profits.  On top of this, Ihere is a surplus of hog fuel in BC. and ai  present it lias no monetary  value.  McWilliams' sludy explored  only Ihe one option of convening the waste lo hog fuel Oilier  possibilities such as pellets or  gas may he viable alternatives  len years inlo the future  In the meantime, Ihe provincial Waste Management Branch  lias put a deadline of 1992 for  the cessation of all burning in  Howe Sound.  EDC supports Discovery  The Maritime Historical Society, under the rejuvenated  leadership of Chairman Don Ball, received the promise  of more "seed money" for the 'Discovery' project from a  local government body last week, this time from the  Regional District's Economic Development Committee.  However, following the Town of Gibsons' lead, the  EDC promised only half of the money requested of them,  amounting to $5,000, and has stipulated that only half of  that amount will be available for the business plan the  money is intended for, the remaining $2,300 will be  given after the plan Is complete.  "I don't know if the plan will be possible," Don Ball  told the Coast News soon after meeting with the EDC,  "we placed the cost at $12,000 to $13,000, and it doesn't  look like we're going to make It"  Ball said he was still awaiting a response from the  District of Sechelt, which, like Gibsons, has been asked  for $9,000. Smell reduction goes  out window  RCMP harvest marijuana crops  The Sccchlt RCMP were busy clearing out  marijuana crops last week. On July 24, a  coordinated marijuana harvest was initiated  by the Secheh detachment, the crew from  the patrol vessel Regina, and the Comox  RCMP Air Services.  Simultaneous raids were launched on  Sakinaw Lake, Nelson Island and Powell  River.  The raid resulted in the seizure of 400 Ihs.  of marijuana with an estimated street value  of $100,000.  The police also dismantled the equipment  ai a commercial cultivation site for  marijuana. Nt> charges have been laid, and  ihe investigation is ongoing.  Earlier the same week, the Sechelt  detachment seized 42 plants from a location  in Porpoise Bay.  Corptiral Haynes explained lo the Coast  News that in many situations, the crops are  plained in locations which are not owned hy  individuals, ie. under hydro lines, and  therefore il is difficult to determine the  identity of the cultivator.  Property owners around the  Gibsons sewage treatment plant  might have been entitled to a  substantial decrease on their assessments, but the possibility  seems lo have fallen through the  reporting cracks between the  Court of Revision and the B.C.  Assessment Authority.  At a recenl council meeling,  aldermen were dealing with a  complaint from B.J. Desbraugh,  wlm wanted a reduction in his  sewer payments because of the  odour permeating the area  around the sewage treatment  plain. During discussion of the  problem, clerk administrator  Lorraine Goddard mentioned  her understanding was that a  general lax assessment reduction had been applied to the  area  Noticing Bob Maxwell silling  in the audience, Mayor Eric  Small Invited him lo comment  Maxwell recalled that al the   '  last Court of Revision, of which  lie was a member, a properly  assessment was appealed for Ihe  same reason.  "The Court of Revision saw  fit lo reduce the assessment on  individual appeals, but we so  instructed the Assessment  Authority lo apply lhal reduction to all such properties in  that immediate vicinity where  tlie problem would exist," lie  explained.  He was unsure of the actual  amount of Ihe reduction.  Bul Jim  McLure,  Deputy  Assessor, knows nothing aboul  the recommendation. When  contacted by the Coast News,  he said his department was unaware of any such instruction.  John Kavanaugli was also on  Ihe Conn panel, and recalls the  discussion. There is, he explained, whal is called a nuisance factor which could see an  assessment reduced as much as  15 percent. But the chairman of  the Court of Revision would  have had lo make a specific  recommendation lo the  Assessment Authority.  Kavanaugli was unsure whether  Chairman Darcy Burk had, in  fact relayed such an instruction.  Burk recalls Ihe discussion,  as does Ihe secretary for that  Court of Revision, Jo Fraser, but  no one seems to be able to find  a record of il.  So, for Ihe lime being, the  only property owners receiving  a reduction in their assessments  due lo ihe odour around the  sewage ireatemnt plant, are  those which filed an appeal.  Retirement homes  for Roberts Creek?  The Sunshine Coast chapter of an exchange  program sponsored by American Education  Coiiiiectioii, based out of California, brought  these eight Japanese students here to study  Canadian culture. Coordinator Gail Sangster  and seven other resident billet-families keep  the group busy when they're not in afternoon  class. Here Ayako Kadokiira. Miki Nakamura,  Holiday  bonus  nixed  by Jan Michael Sherman  As the special meeting of the  Sechelt council drew lo a close  this past Wednesday, alderman  and deputy Mayor [loll Wilson  glanced around tlie tabic in Hie  lint anil tiny room  "Tlie motion I'm bringing  now is in appreciation to the  (Municipal) staff for doing yoe-  maii service...during some trying limes," Wilson preambled,  then moved lhat the staff lie  given a special half-day off on  the Friday leading into the up-  CRHVllEflH  !_TOI>l>m.!.  On July 17. a Realistic radio/cassette player wis suite., i.,.,,,  Cedar Grove Elementary school Between jSywTS 18 c, I,  tolr a battery from a truck parked at (iibsons Mar, a On I,v7  m gilt b-v 18 ,0'.. 7 ��&" ��'S 1M R"ltd ��� ���*__i_-  -3d.J ve���..g ,'J���,f2,?*%���*r'J**���*�������! Bowl was  was broken in,,, _���_ .Vctand SS^Stft $��&X  July 21, a vehicle parked a. Brother  Park Zs Si_ed  (Jn  .ht._.Jw_re'hlSrS. _.3<! "'I11 *? '" ''���^e.iu.on'^vera  vehicles were hit by rocks as they drove by Hie nark arei ,.r  Highway 101 near Woodcreek Park. The culprit ("are believed  have been throwing or sliiiKiii_ the ....-J .. ���       oenevea 10  SSBW__-sfi^*5sSs5  %��^m.?*i��2��8g$i  RCMP in Gibsons are investigating these incidents and retmesi Hie  public's assistance, If you have any information ahou .hc^or a v  other crimes, please call ,l,e Gibsons RCMP a. 886-2_�� ocall  Cnmestoppers at 8B6M77 (886-TIPS). Crimes.opper.. guarantee  anonymity and you may be eligible for a cash reward     gUaranlces  A small number of old coins have been recoven.1i��� .i,_ r.u  area. Anyone with information concernin,"32_tmVo��ES  who may have lost them are requested to contact Gibsons RCM���  Noaka Kamiyama, Naoko Iketla. Ayako Onda,  Chizuka Mochizuka, Mcgiimi Matsushita, and  Takashi Kawainura, lake in a little sea breeze  after studying west coast ocean life with Barb  Jackson (nol shown) and their young friends,  Ashley I'imiigau and Jessica Sangsler.  Joel Johnstone plmtti  by Stuart __m_l_��  The Roberts Creek Legion,  Branch 219, is interested in creating retirement housing in the  Roberts Creek area.  According to Ernie Fossett,  President of the Roberts Creek  branch, the project would ideally be to house elderly people  in a cost effective manner.  "We see the need for this  kind of housing on the Coast,"  observed Fossett, "and its an  undertaking the Legion could  get behind."  The executive members of  Branch 219 say there are no definite plans for the new facility  yet, this is simply an informal  topic of discussion that has  made it to the meeting room  table.  "We made a motion at our  last meeling 10 look into a  feasibility study for the project,"said Treasurer Wendy  Lavery, "but one of the first steps  is an expression of interest from  the community."  Tlie project, according to the  Legion's executive personnel,  could, in tlie end, focus on long  term care for the elderly rather  than just providing affordable  housing; the feasibility study  would identify what form of  housing is most needed by the  community  Tlie concept of Legion sponsored retirement housing is not  a new one. Larry Harrison, secretary Treasurer for the  'Provincial Command'  (provincial level of the Legion's  hierarchy)' told the Coasl News  that Legion sponsored housing  facilities have been in place in  the province since 1956.  "There's over $80 million invested around the province in  these kinds of facilities,"  Harrison said.  As for ihe amount of money  the Roberls Creek Legion  projects as being spent on the  project, $10 million has been  tossed about.  "We don't really have any  idea (how much the project  will cost)," concedes Ernie  Fossett, "ail we really have right  now is tne idea, and lots of enthusiasm."  "One goal for die project is to  allow people who live in the  community to stay here," added  Wendy Lavery, but she said that  didn't mean restricting the possible cliental to Roberts Creek  residents, the facility could  "serve the entire area.'  Despite the comparatively  Legion President  Ernie Fossett  small number of memberships  (211) at the branch, the executive members of the Roberts  Creek Legion are optimistic  about the project.'  "Donalions at our branch  have far surpassed any other  branch on the Coast that I'm  aware of," said Branch 219  secretary Freda Pike, but she  said help from community  groups, dedicated volunteer.,  and the various local, provincial  and federal governing bodies  would be the only way to ensure die success of the project.  Expressions of interest or  support can be relayed to  Legion personnel by contacting  Wendy Lavery at her Sechelt  work phone, 885-9759.  Down Under vignettes  Deputy Mayor  Bob Wilson  coming long weekend Almost  as an aside, Wilson added "It is  my understanding that (as  deputy mayor) I have the power  and discretion to do this on my  own, senior staff advised me to  include Hie council"  Following virtually no dis  cussion, it three - three vote defeated the motion. Aldermen  Whistler. Wagner, and Kolibas  voted against, while Wilson,  Reid and Shanks voted lor the  municipal 'litmus'  Surprised and visibly annoyed, Wilson adjourned the  meeting noting. "Scrooge doesn't  only come at Christmas!"  Aldermen Wagner, Whistler  and (to a lesser extent) Kolibas  took personal exception to this  remark Outside, the trio of aldermen saitl ill.11 their opposition to the motion arose out ofa  fear ol setting a precedent  An angry I'cggy Wagner demanded thai the media ask  Wilson his "real" reasons lor  bringing forward Hie motion,  but both she and Whistler  adamantly refused to make public anything they might have  known about Wilson's motives.  "It was Hie lasl (long) weekend in summer Initially, I had  wanted to give Hie staff Hie entire day off - strictly in appreciation ��� but was advised this might  be loo much. So I asked for tlie  half-day," Wilson remarked latci  from behind tlie desk of vacationing mayor Nancy MacLarty.  "That's all there was to it,"  saitl the deputy mayor.  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  W0RKL.SEEPAGE17  A few days ago an Australian  won the British Open Golf  Championship anil another  Australia.1 came second. I have  never been to Australia and for  whatever reason, ii lias never  been on my list of places I  wanted 10 go; bul watching the  final round of Hie British Open  and the clear ascendancy of the  Aussie winner in face of the  world's top coiii|K'tilors, I got to  thinking about the place, and  Hie ways it lias been linked, and  compared with Canada in the  past.  Il is true (hat geographically  Ihe countries do not readily  compare. In Australia if you lly  north you come lo some of the  stcamin'est jungle in the world.  If you fly north in Canada you  come 10 ultimate bloody finite  But many of our characters  and Items are in somewhat Ihe  same hags: prospectors, pioneers, farmers, ranchers, and  speaking the same or (some say)  a similar language  We got to know Australians  here during Hie war when many  of ilieni in the air force did Iheir  training on ihe Prairies. Hie  tiling aboul a war. while it is  going on and you are in il, is  tiiat il is obviously so much  bigger than anything else. We  paid scanl attention 10  differences of our Aussie  cousins. Sure, Ihey pul fried  eggs on their steak and given  half a chance would have this  for breakfast, and they put  tomato juice in their beer, bin  so whal. Waltzing Matilda was a  nice nine and up to then we  hadn't heard il that much.  After training I was crewetl  as navigator wilh two successive  Australians The first one, Trigg,  was .1 student like myself, and  we had mutually crewetl at the  lasl training unit to By the  Atlantic in a Ventura We went  lo Ferry Command in Montreal  to awail our aircraft, and picked  up die story that you could pinpoint your way from Montreal  lo Gander Newfoundland going  from one crashed Ventura to the  IN A NUTSHELL   S- Nutter  next.  We did some serious work  on our plan lo cross ihe Atlantic  (mostly in pubs), hut then the  Australian High Commissioner  in (litawa realized that Triggy  was Hie first Aussie student pilot  lo lly the pond Hr hustled up  and insisted lhal II lie an all-  Australian crew. Trigg had lo go  along. He sel a record going  over, but was almost court -mar-  Haled for burning out die engines.  Perhaps as coiii|iensatii in. I  was then crewetl wilh a senior  civilian captain on Ferry  Command. Hie only Australian  in lhal exalted category Charles  MacDonald was a well known  early flier. He had been the first  man lo fly (he mail from  Australia to New /'-���aland,  which is a lol of waler there. He  did it solo, navigating with a  marine sextant, and wilh no automatic pilot. And that is a feat  folks!  We were lo go in a Liberator,  a much larger and more stable  craft than the Ventura, bul  (:liarles was taking a minimum  of chances. He had me up at  night in a social way, but had  me hanging out of tlie windows  practicing sextant shots. A chart  and the hooks were ready on  ihe table, he would take shots  too and we would compare the  results, putting a dollar or two  on il. My new wife busied  aboul pouring the drinks.  We were in pretty good  shape when Pearl Harbour  came along Tlie Stales hung  01110 Iheir aircraft for a while  and I went down to Halifax 10  go over by boal. Tlie group I  joined, poised 10 clamber  aboard a ship for UK, was  mostly Aiissies I gol plucked lo  do a temporary instructing hit  so wasn't around when they actually went aboard. They found  Hie ship filthy. It had brought a  bunch of prisoners of one kind  antl another over east to wesl,  and they had heen very sick,  and 110 one had cleaned up. Tht  Aiissies, my Aiissies, jumped  overboard and swam ashore.  Apres, (some years apres) everyone heing hack in place, I  had some contact with ihe beginnings of Hie Australian film  capability. (They had nothing  going in this way and applied It)  the Canadian Film Hoard for  some kind of resource type to  help Ihem gel going.)  The guy Ihey sent was Harry  Hawkins (I ihink, though the  name is flickery in die memory) '.  a director/cameraman. Hawkins ;  had hern one of the first people  -  brought over from I IK 10 start  the Film Hoard; distinguished  from Ihe rest by Hie fact that he   -  hadn't heen 10 Cambridge (or  any university, I think).  He seemed lo have only one   -  failing: he was an English style    I  train hull'. With Hawkins out on ;  the country wilh a camera,  miles and miles of footage came I  back tif trains puffing round  bends in the Rockies; trains  belching steam al Winnipeg  roundhouses elc. ()nce it was  decreed that if anything came  hack from Hawkins wilh a train !  1111 ii his film slock was 10 be  on off.  The Australian Film Board  got established and led, in their  ;  case, to a vigorous independent  ���  production. That is what was  supposed to happen with our  Board 100; hut Australian Dims   -  loday have an international cachet and ours do not.  So good on you, lads. Nuking the  'spin doctors1  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  Would we lie better off, if all  minds thought alike? And, if  ihey did, would Ihey adopt  logic and reasoning patterned  on the processes of a  Krishnamurti. an Einstein,  Dylan. Dolly Patton, Biiddah,  Jesus, Jeremiah Johnson,  Groucho Marx, you or me?  Obviously not George Hush,  Daryl Gates, BF. Skinner,  Donald Trump. Bill Vander  Zalm antl numerous other cultural icons of the represssed  mainstream seem to have die  kinds of minds people prefer, to  admire antl emulate.  Scarier still. For all minds to  think alike, ihey must necessarily think in common. Jusl Hie  thought of people thinking in  common, sucks the sweet hee-  beejeebees outia me.  "Any club which would have  me as a member, 1 wouldn't  join", saidi Sl. Groucho the  Marx. Tlie eternal tyranny of Hie  majority seeks to co-opt the  evolved individual personality,  hating and fearing il for the  powerful example it sets, its relative anonymity , and Hie special freedoms ii enjoys.  The modem incarnation of  the Corporate Mass Mind has  brought about a world in which  a one-sizc-fits-all conformity of  mind and behaviour is not only  die norm, bul considered normal hy die besl minds this  stunted process can produce  Planet-wide, these "best minds*  of a sick world themselves determine and declare the world  healthy, and there are pitifully  few lo refine them on their own  twisted terms.  Maintaining and reinforcing  the status quo is up there with  breathing for die Mass-minded.  Should any specific status quo  appear lo lie moving inlo a disequilibrium ol the old status  quotient, they call up ihe big  guns. (And pronto, muchaclias).  If a given populace is perceived  as having dissented, strayed or  become disenchanted with any  aspect of the cultural imperative, action is taken.  I-arly,before tlie morons try to  take over the wlieelliousc!.  Recently, a brochure attacking pulp mills was quickly answered by expensive, full-page  advertisements (one was carried  in this paper, incidentally). I  suspect Ihis kind of response  signals a heightened awareness  on the part of forest barons lhat  a status quo they'd grown too  used to had shifted and is shifting still. Years of environmental  activism lias undermined Hie  mind set preserving the status  quo in British Columbia. And  when the foresters of the Mass  Mind sense dry nil, you know  big niindhiicks is about to hit  ihe table.  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Then again.Burson-Marsieller  might wind up being paid off,  sent packing.Ily the time you  read this, everyone who counts  will be aware these spin doclors  promoted Argentinean iltilce  Vila while the good people of  thai country were being slaughtered by Ihe very generals writing llurson-Mai-teller's checks  Tlie sorry fact is that the  mass-minded take tlie longest lo  wake up lo realities. Especially  ones they have no desire to  confront. But once something  does arouse them, no i'K flack  in ihe world can convince them  their new awareness is bunk.  Ironically, bad Hurson-  Marsieller not worked for the  Argentinean junta .chances are  few of us would have even  known ihey were in town or  jusl what kind of iiiiiidbeiidiiig  plans they had In mind. Now,  communication in any form  from the Forest Alliance (or its  individual members) to the public will be greeted more cynically than before Ihe addition of  Bitrson-Marsieller poisons the  well, possibly lo the point  where the I'R ruin is judged to  be causing more damage than it  is controlling.  Growing up, I was urged to  "consider the source." It was  terrific advice. Tlie Burson-  Marstelleis of litis world aid  antl abet those who thrive on  ignorance, cheap emotionalism,  and slothful thinking. And I've  ridden as clear of iheir camps as  I could along ihe way.  Great minds don't think  alike, bul Ihey do come to similar conclusions independently.  This is very healthy, a process  we should all consider.  Small minds think alike, not  independently, and this has  been the rool of the problem all  along.  Take your pick, but choose  quickly.  Suncoast Motors For  CELLULAR  PHONES  Sales/Service  Authorized Distributors tor  CARTEL  <;b.C. 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July 29. 1991  EDITORIAL   OPINION  Ml with their heads  I'lilike many high-chool subject, which appear to have lillle  relevance in llie "real world", history warrants close sludy II is  from history that we may. with some accuracy, predict Ihe  consequences t if decisions and, or actions  Consider, for a moment, the French Revolution, and the  aliunde of ibe French aristocracy which preceeded, and may  have been a major cause of Tlie Reign of Terror'  Marie Antoineilc's famous response lo the people's demands  for basic necessities was. "Lei ihem eal cake!'  The masses seemed to regard her attitude as callous, and  within a very short time. Marie and many of her friends were  'sans leurs teles'.  It is two hundred and some years later, and in llie province  of llrilisli Columbia Ihe people are rising in prolesi against a  government which lias been eliminating and reducing many  services which the populace considers basic necessities: medical  care, education, protection of our land, air and water.  This government's response has been to spend SS million on  a province-Wide party - Music '.I A further $12 million of  Inner) funds have gone to tins extravaganza and organizers have  asked tlie government for a further $ - million of taxpayers'  money  It is iliftiiuli to follow the logic behind the decision entertain  people who are undergoing major economic hardships, but il is  consistent with oilier decisions made by Ihis government,  The Sunshine Coast now has a new Kinsmen Hall, an  upgraded Camp Byng and Women, institute Hall - all worthy  projects Bul what are the priorities?  St Man's is struggling to service a growing population With  dwindling funds. The RCMP are doing their best to police ,n;"  same area with a ridiculously small staff Our teachers have had  their carefully negotiated contract trashed by the provincial  government. But hey1- we can always forget our troubles  watching Bob Hope, Harry llelafonte or Rila McNeil  Rita Johnston keeps emphasizing FISCAL r_-.SPOI.SIHII.ITY  Hut Socred priorities appear to reflect an attitude similar to  Marie Antoinette's and this government may well meet Willi a  similar fate.  Separate evils  The disturbing, racially-motivated events in Halifax and  Montreal, while tempting to lump together, share only generalized similarities. Both are products of ignorance and prejudice,  institutional antl community-derived. Doth situations involve the  longtime scapegoating of minority groups until now unwilling  and/or unable lo make a stand But here llie overlap bleeds oul  into tales of separate cities and separate evils  In Halifax, a black community with deeper roots in the area  lhan most whites, has nonetheless suffered two centuries of majority oppression That recenl protests are supposedly grounded  in reaction to discrimination against blacks in certain bars  speaks only to one visible insult, while obscuring the core issue.  Blacks in Halifax have now served nolice ihey have crossed an  important psychological threshold From now on, il will not be  life (to say nothing of business) as usual when it comes to the  way community elements interact, (iaining admission to while-  only bars is not llie point and those whiles in Halifax who think  (or hope) it is are in for a long, rough lesson in higher education.  In Montreal it is painfully evident that institutionalized bigotry, racism and violence centered in bul not confined to die  Montreal Police Department .lies directly behind recent outrages  perpetrated against blacks The police murder of a black man as  a result of a so-called "mistaken identity" and a subsequent police riot outside a club frequented (on that particular night) hy  black patrons lias called the entire Montreal power structure  into question.  Despite the unsettling sight of ugly racial incidents in a society which has held too long, perhaps, to some conveniently  I'ollyannish illusions about ils own supposed lack of prejudice,  opportunity for breakthrough does exist People in Halifax have  to talk to each other from a different psychological fooling and  in a different emotional language In Montreal, inhabitants of all  lines antl ethnicity must come together lo demand antl receive a  Police Department free of bigoted thugs given the tacil permission of superiors to terrorize tlie population at will by making  examples of their "favourite" minorities.  NEWS ITEM: FEDERAL TOBACCO PRODUCTS CONTROL ACT QUASHED BY  JUSTICE CHABOT TOBACCO COMPANIES "VERY PLEASED"  LETTERS  Radical  approach  needed  Editor:  I attended the July 11 meeting in Egmont between  Terminal Forest Products and  those opposed to herbicide  spraying above Doriston Once  again I saw so clearly how, tie  spite seemingly sincere company attempts to listen to and  reassure those present, truly viable long-term options become  unequivically impossible, and  constantly excluded from consideration, because of polities  and pliitospiiies of both government and industry lli.it arc  themselves crucially and Intrinsically untenable It's a classic  Catch-22: only a getting to the  root (eg radical) approach can  save us, but any radical proposal is seen as too extreme to  examine, let alone Implement  Recently, the forest Industry  seems to have adopted, due lo  their own historical greed and  mismanagement, a do year rotation period, wherein a plantation (certainly not a forest) is  harvested (clearcut) do years after plaining That's down from  the previous projection of aboul  120 years, which in turn was  HO years short of tlie 200 year  rotation proposed by environmentalists for the creation of a  relatively mature, selectively  logged, permanent-! and true  forest ecosystem  Why down to 60 years?  Because over-cutting means lhat  a longer cycle, cut al a continuously accelerated rate, demanded hy an ever-growing  economy, would result in a  short-fall of trees and profits.  The short-term rotation necessitates getting rid of  "competing" alder and maple by  expensive manual brushing or  poisonous antl unacceptable  chemical methods. Leaving the  alder and maple wouldn't kill  the trees after all. bow did llie  forest gel here in the first place?  It would just slow ihem down,  and maybe change the mix of  species,  . It would also, antl this is  crucial, make for a healthier,  more productive, beautiful and  long term forest, because alder,  maple and other broad-lt-afed  trees and shrubs build antl enrich the soil, and support diverse woodland creatures  Without the help of these plains,  what will tlie third, fourth and  tilth generation forest look like'  How will ihe soil Ik- able lo  siip|-iri succeeding genrralinns  when nutrients are slashed,  burned and poisoned?  Despite die appearance of  sincerity and concern, il's madness for short-term gain!  Business, indusiry and government constantly talk about  "maximizing profits" and 'most  cosl effective* methods I say  these are obsolete concepts lhal  make sound practices impossible, to the detriment of our  world. It's lime we drop these  L  DAVIDSONS-HI  UK 0H...L00KS  LIKE A STRONG  WIND B-CrWtN' IN  FROM THE EAST...  OTTAWA MOST lIKELy  ,���'���**'  ^___T  Trying to encapsulate a city  in a few words for people who  may not know it is a hit like Irving to identify a specific herb in  a particularly tasty dish. You  may be able lo do il hut chances  are. whilst you are identify ing  the herb you are consciously ignoring the oilier flavours of Ihe  meal  What I'm about here is trying  to convey the differences of nuance in the Montreal 1 find in  loot and in the Montreal of  which I was a resident in the  I. .It's anil I960..  Tlie Montreal I came to live  in when 1 first left Scotland was  known as the 'Paris of North  America' and (li.it designation  was as much in tribute to ils  Gallic-flavoured flair as it was in  reference to tlie numbers of  French speakers. I read in  Scotland thai more French  speaking people lived in tlie city  of my destination than in any  other world city except Paris.  Quite simply, there was no  i|uestion ..S years ago thai  Montreal was Canada's pre-eminent city. Again it was not just a  matter of size, hut a question > if  dash and gaiety, of style amijrne  tie line  In the last generation the  forces which have wracked  Canada have in some measure  shaped and altered tlie beautiful  city on an island in the St.  Lawrence River  Lei me stress In-fore we go  herb-sampling that there is  much dial is unchanged or improved old Montreal has been  in large measure restoretl since I  lived here and tourists throng its  narrow streets among llie oldest  buildings in Canada, now Ihe  setting for tasteful boutitpies and  charming restaurants.  Mount Royal remains unchanged and the sweeping vistas  of tlie city from its modest  heights across die city and die  river arc. as ever, a panoramic  delight  Something of tlte bothersome  ambivalence of ihe city towards  its guests can lie sensed on Ihe  mountain, however There is  reparation work Iwing done lo  the chalet at the cenlre on the  south side of die mountain, and  somehow this is justification for  the erection of temporary barriers and wire fences to keep the  interested from die enjoyment  of Ihe lookout in from of ihe  Reflections in  Montreal  MUSINGS  John Burnside  chalet It is safe lo say lhat the  lookout is a world famous van  tage point, hut some bureaucrat  somewhere had decreed dial it  should lie fenced off from the  world at 7 pm on tins fine July  evening, ���  ()f course, the lookout was  thronged wilh people who had  climbed ihe barriers and the  fences - when we left one  young man was methodically  dismantling a portion of tinware fence so thai lie and his  lady could gain access with ease  to the view - but there is that  about the city which seems lo  suggest thai visitors are not accorded the welcome they once  were,  A young lady in a coffee  shop asked us anxiously in  English, after our halting lirst attempts al French, if wc were lie-  ing treated kindly The hospitality indusiry is In-ginning lo be  alarmed, it seems, and we hear  reports ol American tourists In--  ing told brusquely they .should  speak French when ihey come  to Quebec, tlte result being that  ihey may be In-ginning lo take  themselves and Iheir dollars to  where tlie welcome is more certain  There is evidence, too, on  llie fringes of the old city that  political turmoil is discouraging  more than tourists Ibe first  building I worketl in on Mi ..ill  Streel, a fine stone structure of  10 storeys, stands empty and  judging by llie filth on tlie win  dows has been like that for a  decade Anil there are many  others without tenants or  restoration on tlie harbour  front.  An old friend from my CNR  days lias been a teacher at the  once prestigious West Hill  Secondary School in Notre  Dame de Crate (NI)(,| It was,  when lie first went there, a  lighthouse school in the  province in one of tlie wealthl-  . est English-speaking suburbs II  has gone from a student body of  18(H) down to .00 - many of  those relatively recenl immigrants from Jamaica.  Our first night in the city we  ate on whal was once tlie elegant Slierbrooke Streel in NIKi.  Tlie street was multi-racial and  restless with the hint of urban  violence Indeed, there seems to  be a state of undeclared war between tlie Quebec police and  die city's growing coloured  population, as there is between  the police and die Indians al  Kaliuc-wake just across the  Mercier Bridge on llie south  shore. One is reminded thai tlie  20th century has shown a virulent racism to be a by-product of  intense nationalism  ()ur lirst walk on the once-  famed Sle Catherine Street saw  us round a corner between  Uriininioiul and Peel Street to  find a 200-pound coloured  woman naked in die middle of  tlie afternoon and protesting  something vehemently. She was  persuaded away by some kindly  ambulance drivers  "The City grows more like  New York ever)' day." said a  man in English In-hind us. Uie  tourists gaped.  My friend tells me thai quiel  and tree-lined I .iidlioiiinic  Avenue where I hoarded in  NIX, wilh a gracious widow,  Mrs Jacobs, is now one of the  premier crack Streets in the city.  He himself, a native of the  City, speak? sadly of leaving  when he retires He won't go  far. perhaps just to Cornwall  where he can still live among  French voices lint where the  French versus English ambience  is less hostile.  He tells me of his daughter, a  young journalist who writes for'  a south shore weekly in both  French and English, being upbraided hy an older woman in  the elevator of an office building  in the midsi of an English conversation  "There should be only French  in this building." said the lady to  her fellow Monirealer.  He tells me how he got the  loudest cheer of the nighl when  he unwittingly told to a dinner  companion Ihe story of how lie  once punched a corner store  bully on the nose on lower  middle class I'artlienais Sireel in  North East Montreal where he  grew up (He tried to run away  hut his mother wouldn't let him  in the house till he sitnxl up for  himself.)  The dinner companion was  Ihe emcee for the evening and  repealed the story lo die entire  assembly later. Tlie prolonged  cheer thai llie story elicited was  because the name of the 12 year  old bully was Robert Bourassa  before he married inlo the  Simard fortune and became  premier of Quebec.  "Can Robert come and play  with David?" said Mme.  Bourassa lo David's mother the  next day. "I want him lo improve liis English."  "I hope I'm mil being held responsible for the premier's  English." said my friend David  when we visited witli him yesterday in his home across the  Champlain Bridge on llie St nth  Shore  ll is poignant to see this man  who does nol wain lo live  without the sound of French  voices in his streets antl whose  children are perfectly bilingual.  look out the window sadly as  he contemplates leaving Ihe city  and the province of his birth.  He and I both know thai the  business community we  worked in in tlie 19-0's was  heavily slacked against the  French Canadian We understand (lie root causes of the  Quebec malaise as well as most  Anglo-Canadians  But whal is happening here  is hurling Inilb Canada antl  Quebec and untold numbers of  people like my friend David.  We wished lhat we could see  hope of a better answer.  altitudes and focus instead on  maximizing quality of life,  leisure lime, spiritual antl ethical growth, beauty, and cooper-  alion. while al ihe same time  minimizing such things as profits and consumerism, personal  Want! and needs, tlie size ol our  houses and our wallets, competition, and interference with nature  As long as continuous economic growth, unlimited profits  and crazy consumerism role our  world, llie planet is doomed  Peter Light  Molly's Reach-  welcome back  Editor.  Regarding Peggy Barry's letter  on 'Please keep Molly's Reach'  (Coasl News. July 12) So many  people snipped me on tile street  telling me aboul this letter Well  Peggy, all is well Tlie carpenters are working even as I wrile  and we'll keep it all the same,  just like Ibe set Anil al long last  you'll Ik- able lo go in and eal  and have a nice cup of Molly's  "High Ira" ol all afternoon  There will In- a fine cafe wilh  perhaps Bed ,. Breakfast in the  future  We. like you. jusl want to gel  il happening - the good wishes  of tlie town are happily wilh us  "Build il and they will conic"  Joan and 'Irish Thompson.  family and friends  Country Fair  a success  Editor:  This year's Country Fair of  Halfmoon Bay tint nol enjoy the  usual ideal weather conditions,  hut even so the turnout is believed to Ik- a record  The various associations are  pleased to report Iheir profits  from this year's fair - monies  ili.it wilt Ik- put hack inlo the  community in various ways.  llie Fair Committee reports a  profit of S-.OOO which will be  used for furnishings for  Cooper's (ireen Hath $1000  was raised from the Service  Auction and Children's dames  by the Parents Advisory Council  and this will go inwards improvements to ihe school playground; park improvements  will receive lite $700 raised by  the Recreation Association from  their Salurday night dinner; the  Volunteer Fire Department's  profit of $1000 will he put towards this year's Hallowe'en  Fireworks display for Ihe kids,  and the $ISS raised by the  Welcome Beach Community  Association will assist with iheir  halt renovations  The Fair would not be Ihe  success lhal il is without Ihe cooperation and donalions of  many businesses (and individuals) wlio provide sponsorships:  and without (he help of the  many volunteers, not only during the fair day but also in tlie  planning and preparation beforehand, and the many chores  following ihe closing of the fair  I lhank each and every one  for iheir pan in making the Fair  a success and a fun day for the  community and visitor, to our  area.  Harry Johnson, Chairman  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  W0RKL.SEEPAGE17  team i "-  -inc. _������_ga.  Tha SunaMm Coaal Newa ll ___ry ossmad  and put-lined on me Sunsriina Coast. B.C.  ���vary Monday by tUaaelord Praia Lid... Boa  ��0. GH-or-, S.C. VON IVO. (904) _B6-_-B,  FAX (904) SrM-77.5; Sadiart ort_e._o�� u,  Sac-alt. B.C. (��04) M5-3S30. Editorial (604)  M5.3H0. FAX (604) MS--M4.   Tha tuna-ma Meat Nam _ protected by  copyright and reproduction ol any pan or ��� by  ��. mi--p-t>txlM unlets perm-ton In  wr_ns)-lir_aaco-dlromG_iilo-Ptaaa__.,  r-kf_r - tha -Wright s_>s_iption rate  Canada-lye--e_5. t mo -5.0; Foreign-1 yaw  MO. Second Claaa Mall Rto-rtaaon No. 4708  Mart-King Director  Co-tU���tnt.  Pi-duc-orl  JimDasndson  Ann. Thorn sen  Cathrine Fuller  Rose Nicholson  Stuart Burnside  Joel Johnstone  MaryRogert  John Gilbert. Oarw  -htrman, B.n Rogers  Jan Sdiu-i, Jackie  Ph._n.Elli Warner,  --Rogers  Office St-rf  COI���-touting  Wi-hra, aim**  Gibsons: Km Come.  Dm Onm  SocrN-t: Ruth Forrester  John Bum-do. S Nutter,  Peter Trowei, J.M. Sherman,  BUI Banting. George Cooper,  J_n__ Leo-ton. Ruth  Fommer. Lauralee So*.  Dim Percy, Margaret Watt.  Jacalyn Vincent. Joyce  Ottry, Marguerite. Harry  Turner. Mark Benton. John  R-lrs-r  1  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  \___->\t_i|^<g> Coast News, July 29, 1991  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  HORSESHOE BAY NEWS  All Ihe runners up were unhand as Miss (iibsons Darlen Seed  (centre) took up her first royal role as Miss Sea Cavalcade  '91, flanked hy her first and second princesses, respectively  Carla llowtlt-ii antl Kelly Thomas Joel Johnstone photo  /^DEPENDABLE  AUTO SERVICE  DID YOU KNOW..  WE SELL PARIS  The South Coast's Only  BCAA APPa-OVlD Shop  (Special consideration to BCAA members)  ytWiitolVl  AUTOMOTIVE  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Revised Sprinkling Regulations  ATTENTION  Due to water supply, further sprinkling  restrictions must be imposed immediately.  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY SPRINKLING WILL  BE PERMITTED AS FOLLOWS:  Odd Numbered Houses  Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 7:00-10:00 am  NO EVENING SPRINKLING PERMITTED  Even Numbered Houses  Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday - 7.00-10:00 am  NO EVENING SPRINKLING PERMITTED  NOTE: only 1 sprinkler per property is permitted.  We'll Give Your  Photo Masterpieces  The Respect  They Deserve.....  PHOTO W@RKS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-4447  If  Pittl  Welcome lo sunimer, al least  we hope it has finally arrived.  Since the July 8 opening of  prawn fishing in Howe Sound,  we have had the pleasure of a  number of prawn fishing boats  tying up at the government  wharf rekindling fond memories of when Horseshoe Bay  truly was a fishing village.  ���wcli'iime back" and good luck  lo llie boys.  - SPANISH  FL-VOU-  Tliis Sunday once again gives  one and all the opportunity to  'lend an ear' lo ihe Concerts hy  the Sea, West Vancouver Parks  and Recreation Department  .sponsored event. Why mil pack  up some salsa and tortilla chips  and find a s|-ii ai the waterfront  IG0LDEN LIFELINES]  On Tuesday afternoon. July  23, friends and family gathered  at ihe Senior's Hall on Mermaid  for a Memorial Tea in honour of  Margaret Henderson Herder of  Sechell. She is survived by her  loving husband Len, son John  and wife Judy of Campbell  River; and five daughters: Dolly,  Marhara. Bette, Diane and  Debbie and husbands all living  in llie Lower Mainland.  Of Ihe six children, there are  a set of triplets. From Victoria, is  brother and wife, Douglas and  Velma Smith; nephew Lyle and  niece Linda.  Margaret was so very proud  of her family and 12 grandchildren. Len introduced son-in-  law John, who spoke of  Margaret, saying site was a soft  spoken lovely lady. She considered that she had a crown witli  seven jewels - her husband and  six children. She was wealthy  witli friends and the near ISO  people there attested lo that.  Her fondness for Ilowers was  mentioned and tier friends had  brought many bouquets in Iter  honour.  She loved playing games  When speaking of Margaret,  people always remark on her  artistry in crafts Mine antl green  ribbons from tlte I'NE and a  display shelf in llie Senior's Hall  show only a little- hit of her  greal talent.  Seeing Margaret and Len together was a testimony of a  wonderful love affair that endured and grew deeper each  year of their .H years together.  She nurtured tier family Willi  courage, love and joy and  showered them with love without reservation or condition;  Rest gently. Margaret - rest  gently.  plaza hy 1:30 pm to enjoy an afternoon of Latin Spanish music  played by llie Golden Twin  Guitars?  TENNIS   T-.-N-MENT  The 7th Annual Tennis  Tournament, put on the by West  Vancouver Recreation Centre,  will he happening from August  III to 17 hut entry deadline is  this Friday, August 2 The tournament will take place at a variety of tennis courts in Wesl  Vancouver and includes adult,  singles, doubles, mixed, junior  ami master events For further  Information or to register lhal  killer sent- of yours, call 926-  8621.  NEC   CENTNE  The Recreation Centre is also  looking for new instructors and  ideas for tlie Fall session Have  you a new program or workshop in mind' Instructors with  experience in the area of  preschool music and an are par  tictilarly in demand for  September. If you would like to  share your talents and time this  fall Willi die communily, please  call Verslia or Jocelvn al 926-  3266  ���OO-M-IILE  Interested in laying on one of  our local beaches Willi a good  hook? Then you might be delighted to know tlie hook mobile slops in ihe Hay every  Friday This 'library on wheels'  brings books to within easy  teach, Look for the van at Royal  Avenue and Douglas Street from  2 to _:_J pm and .. to i pm at  l.ilihy Lodge If you don't have a  library card they'll make you  one, so slop hy at either location and pick out a good read  from over 2000 lilies  OPENING SEPT. '91  THE LYN VERNON  SCHOOL OF MUSIC  IGEORGE IN GIBS0NSI  by  ..org.   C__p.r,W6-SS20  Among the 1990 Elphinstone  grads whom we have called on  this monlh is Ted Anderson,  awarded one of the bursaries  presented by Branch 109,  Gibsons Legion. Ted has just enrolled in Capilano College in a  transfer course in Economics  and Commerce. Last year Ted  travelled lo Europe, spending  his first six months there as  sports coach and supervisor at  an English prep school for boys.  After lhat he will spend a  month and a half seeing the  continent by Eurail, and later  visiting relatives in Scotland and  England.  Bonnie Stewart, awarded a  Gibsons Legion bursary and one  from Canadian Parents for  French, spent llie months of July  and August after graduation al  ���he University of Montreal and  earned a high mark in French.  Her standing in this course was  recognized by UBC where she  qualified lo take second year  French ill her beginning year  suiting last September.  In her first year al UBC,  which she has just completed,  Bonnie took Italian antl this  coming year expects lo include  Spanish in tier studies towards a  degree in International  Relations.  This summer she is employed at Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper and in her spare time  teaches a dance routine lo the  Cavalcade queen'Candidates. In  her Grade 11 year Bonnie was  chosen the first princess to  Queen Roxanne Wiseman.  Bonnie lias been an instructor in  Karen Boothroyd's School of  Dance in Gibsons.  Roxanne Wiseman spent this  pasl year employed al tlte Teddy  Bear Daycare in Davis Bay. Tills  fail she will attend Cap College  in a university transfer course  ili.it site hopes will result in a  doi -tonne in psychology.  At Elphinstone Roxanne was  awarded ibe CUI'E bursary, and  she Is also the recipient of a  .Terry Fox scholarship lhat provides a large portion of each  year's costs for four years.  Roxanne has given a great  deal of time to volunteer work  with the Cancer Sociely as  counsellor at special camps at  Camp Byng, and with Teen  Retreat during the year. In  August she will he a panel  member at a Winnipeg conference on cancer and how people  can deal with it. Roxanne did  Continued on page 9.  PRIVATE INSTRUCTION:  Voice: (MIN. 16 YRS.) LYN VERNON  Classical Guitar - CLARKE STEABNER  Jazz & Pop Guitar - DAVE MORGAN  Classical & Jazz Piano - MICHAEL HURST  Cello/Bass - MICHAEL KAZIPEDES  Flute - KELLY SMIT  WORKSHOPS / MASTER CLASSES:  Brass-Oct 12 - DAVE ROBBINS  Professional Trombonist/Brass Consultant  Woodwinds - Oct 27 -  BRENDA FEDORUK - Flute VSO  BILL JENKEN- Clarinet VSO  INFORMATION & REGISTRATION 8864026  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods /wJSm  80. .23 7     oo��!H��oiMi.oaoon.oi,naNO��ii I T-S__-T5t__^ 1  VFOODS/  Quality, Service v  ���Selection and  Everyday Low  Prices.  R Get Into Summer With Ken's;  ���stomas  -L'^K   Ht     ������' '.  .   .". ft..".'    '"(J-  When you want quality  and service at the best  possible price, you want **J�� ^  to do your shopping here.  t'*..;.;;;::;:.,   prices effective:  'm%'-.;::,;j.        PRICES EFFECTIVE: July 30th  i,itw.-,*ia'        to August 4th.  BUTCHER SHOP  Fresh Frying ��� Legs/Back Attached js* am*  CHICKEN. .98  3.29  1.88  Grade '/.' Top oir.oii.  Fmh Pork Shoulder Bull  In Family Pack  steaks  Olympic Butt A Q  wieners _ .go  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at B.6-76.6  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office and Restaurant  Supplies and Equipment  GROCERY  Chrlttle'l Ice Crvam ad       AA  cones I .at"  Sunspun Enrichtd While ifj���      ^%rt  fiour       h , o.yy  Chips Ahoy.' Bonui Pack ft     ft ft^  cookies       ����,��� c.%j\j  Nabtsto Spoon Site  Skeddid lVria.1 ft    ft ft  cereal O.yy  i-i'v Hand at    Jn  SOap 3pi .70��m    I .  I w  CMl Vent _|     ft ft  fettucini     .-_.��� 1.99  Ttebot timet f*    ft ft  cables l.Uy  mustard        ... 9, .99  Owille lleileiiliii, In-is ft       M f*  popcorn       ,.<�� 0.4_f  Atdmorto Ftwt <_f     ft ft  cocktail      79,i am 1.33  Vooi.. .nin 'i  Chocofalt Chip Tea Rings __|       ft ft  cookies I. Da  Splendor limner  macaroni 7��  & cheese . IM  Sui'di-jr!    All PurpQM Grind ed       P* ft  coffee I.Oy  Campbell's Oeam of Mushroom ^9 ff%  soup .1 y  No Name Basket ft ft  filters i5o> .yy  DAIRY  HOT BOX  Mi CiosUfn i Butter<. up  bread  Sthneiders Beet  pastrami  .79  3.29  2.09  PRODUCE  .39  .69  .99  .99  DELI  ham  OH-/P-  coleslaw  3.29  1.19  FROZEN  Minnie Maid pink f Reg  lemonade       ...w m(  Snowctnt Raspberries & .4       ft ftj  strawberries _.��� l.oy  .99  BAKERY  Dairyland Swiss Stvle  yogurt  I.S urn  .40  chees.      18% Off Coast News, July 29, 1991  ISECHELT SCENARIO i  ( -ppiiciiiu and other exotic loflW-s. .u sinnpaiiit .1 by deliciou.. home made de-serts are part of  iirtisti. ambience on the llower covered deck hehlnd the Shadow Baux Gallery in Sechelt.  Rose Mt-holson pholo  Every year, ihe Brookman  Fisliinj! Derhy enjoys a good  turn inn of children Imping to  catch Ihe big one. and tins year  -on't he an exception, I'm sure.  (In Saturday, August.. from 11  am lo 1 pm. kids Irom 6 to 12  years old can try iheir hand al  catching fish and winning  prizes  There are a couple of 'musts'.  Each child musl he accompanied hy an adull and  each child must he wearing a  life jacket You fish off ihe  wharf at Davis Bay. and enjoy  hot-dogs and pop and have a  greal lime - whether you win  prizes or nol.  S-C-aTIMM.  Reading Adventures are going  strong even- Wednesday at the  Sechell library. If you have die  grandchildren visiting, it may be  a good idea lo add this to your  list of tilings lo do Tlie Reading  Adventurers meet, al the library,  ai 1:30 each Wednesday  afternoon until the middle of  Augusi For more information  call K-S-.._-0  CL-SSK JttZ aUWO  On Friday. August 2 enjoy  Lloyd Anzcn's Classic Jazz Hand  al Ihe Festival of the Written  Arts' Rockwood Pavilion.  Tickets are $8 and are available  from the Festival Ix-iili near die  Info Centre in Sechelt, or call  885-9.31.  Send your nominations lo  Sechell and District Chamber of  Commerce. Box .60. Sechelt.  An awards dinner will he held  on October 19, 1991.  The Sechell and District  Chamber of Commerce is still  looking for nominations for the  following awards: CihkI Citizen  of tlie Year, Good Business of  tlie Year and Good Business  Person of Ihe Year  The deadline for nomination, was July IS. hut has been  extended lo Augusi 15.  Sunshine Coasl Spinners and  Weavers are having an exhibition of handwoven nigs in ihe  Heritage House al Rockwood  Centre in July and August. Call  HHS-2S22 and ask for viewing  times  au-rs-CHBT  There was no lack of latent,  or enthusiasm, at the Good  Neighbour Night held al  (���annua Phi Beta Camp in West  Sechell. from the little group  wlio brought us back to tlie -It's  so well, lo the group who gave  us a rousing demonstration of  llie Texas two-step I couldn't  tell who enjoyed il more, the  players or the watchers.  $_je (Eorporatian of tyc  lfB.tr.ct of &ttiitit  P O Box 1_B, 55-, mm Avetraj*. S-Ch.lt. B C. VON 3aV0        T.tephoo.. (804) 8.5 1986      Fax: (804) 885-75.1  MUNICIPAL MEMO  NOTICE OF  HOLIDAY HOURS  The Distiict of Sechelt Municipal Office will Lie  CLOSED on Monday, August 5th, 1991,  in lecognition of B.C. Day.  The office will reopen at 8:30 a.m. on  Tuesday, August 6th, 1991.  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.  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant lo Sec-Ons 9,.ti and 957 of Hi. Munk-pal Act, ,1 Public  Hearing mil be hrid in the Greenec-url (ommmiib Hal,  5717 tMusa Street, Seriiett. B.C. on rh_r___y, Aagn-t  Sth, 1991 at 7:30 p.m in c_n__d_r zonklg -\nn.ntmt.it Bikw  Vi. _s.ii and Zoning -iit.isiiri.ni Bylaw No. 25_2. . tin' Her__tg  all porsivns ��Ihi deem Mr WereS in proper]) lo brj alTtvtal b\ llio  prtirxistil lnt,n\< snd be .iffonftxl ,m nfijyirtiiiiin lo be tar. on  m,Hlt'rs uml.iiihHl in these R\l,ms,  I Hie purpose of Zoning r_rnen__ti_nl B\U\ No 2fr31 is threefold  I. Hut H��< Utmlng imifHTiir-. more per__-_rr) sliwn on the  ,tuinnivii-ii_: map win.#i tonus ivirt of tiio ti\i,m. be reamed frwii  Rfsidenli.il 1 (RI) to Rrsidrnti-I 3 (R- 3):  DA. 6082, ,\i.pi Plm 1,1614. (in.ip I. Y- 0:  La I. PL. 7148, Pl,m 120.7, Group I. N.VI 0.:  Im 2. 0.1 71-IS. Pl,in 120.7, Group I. WW.  Lol IIU 7118,11.1H 12047, -roup I, Ytt.D.  Lot_.___,7M8Han 12047.Group I.N.WD;  lol f. D.L 714s. jU,tn 1.047. Group!. S.tt 0.:  lot 7. ILL 7148 Han 12047, Group I, Y-.D.;  lot 8, Di. 71 IS. I.,.i 12047-roupl. Y��� R:  Itiii.pi 7ils.n,in l2M7._n-jp1.rlWX-;  IM 'V. Bkxls 10. PL 7I4S. Plm KUS6. Group I. N W P.  Ii- TT. B-xJ. 10. PL .MS. Plan 164.6. Group I. r_Vi P.:  im V. Bhxk 10. PL. 71 IS. Plm If. ISC. Group l.ttVi P:  Lol 11, 0.1 71-IS Plan 1.047. Gnxip 1. VHP:  Lol 12, DJ 7148. Phn 12047. Group l.rlWi-;  lot H. PL 7148 Plan 12047, Group I, Ytt P  lot 14. PI 7I4S. PLM 12047, Group I, NM P;  Lol 15.01 714S. Plm 12047, Group I, NM 0.  Loll&DJ 7148 Ptoi 12047.Group I,ftWil;  lot 19.01 714s. I .m |20<7, Group |, N.WJJ;  lory-. PL 7148,Han2I43-,Group 1,N.W_);  Lot ���_���, 01 71 K Kin :i4L\ Group I, rlVl 0.:  I(H '_ . B-U I 01   71 IS |X,���, !���-._���(.3. (,r,M) I.  .-O.fvepl  Plan i(4K)n  Id i DJ   7148Han 19203,Group 1..-.D:and  Lol I of 19 pi 7148,Han 19634,Groupl.tiW-X;  Ihe irtli.it of llio preceding seflKxi is in |iemiil two (2) single (amib  dwellings on a kit of two tltous-iul (2.000) square metres or more  -here* nirrenlh a kn exceeding two llxxisan. (2.000) ���square  melre. permils. in addition to one (I) single lamih (Wiling, one (I)  guest ODHaga, and a lot exceeding lour thousand (4.000) square  metres pennils bin (J) Single lamih (tweilings,  2. Out tlie RR-1 lame (R__r_l 1 lane) be amended In  ilwnging llie minimi.-m lot area required Irom bio IlKXr-ind (2.000)  squire meln_ to one (1) Iteciare.  i. Dial Pari throe (General Prmis-ttis). Section 316. of Zoning  BiLm \o. 251. amended in eflmttiating the minimum kn six  proiisioirs ol Hie tola- wliere llie parrel is intended for public  park space: or lol lines are rotated lo facilitate an existing  t-.eiopn-.il or imprwe a suIkI-iskiii pattern (under certain  Conditions).  II llie purpose of Zmiits Amendment Bilaw V). 25-32 is lhal the  Mowing properties, more partniiarts, slww on Hie aartrnp-rning  map wMdl forms part ol Die Inlaw, be refflned from Ciiiurri-I  4 (C4) lo r<M-merri_l 2 (C-2):  LolB. Bti-ls9. PtaMi 71592, PL 303 304, Group I, SVi.D.:  Lot C. Bloc- 9. Ptoi 8472, DL 303 _ 304. Group I. \.���.D..excepl  Han 22.301:  Lot 4 of -V Blixl. S. Plm S47S. D.L 303 304. Group 1 NAM):  Loi B. Bkxi. 8, Plm 15760. PL 303.Group I, VH.D.:and  Lol 3 of B. Bl.x Is s. | ,,i,i 8572, D.L .301 .304. Group I. Vtt D.  and  Lot 4. Btou. S. Plm S572. Virisji- Lol B. DL 303 304. Grorjp I.  N.H R  ^\   i.R.2:  ���I   tSESrgLT:  Oie itenl of 8��> pm.fi_r_ an am mo durtfSr ���� ourrert mme  irom a mxed fefl. retmxi and caan_Bnr_-_i erawt �� m aacr.  xrwxt tusmevs and rv__t (rrrneniai ^-r��ng.  OV -toie is a <xnr.fs.. ,-< tr _>,!_-�� and is mt de��i_rtl * he an  rtt-rprv__a:��i Ovreri! Cap__ I tr abe-e h-t��s are js-iiw fcr  irrspeaion al l> ftsjrx! rj s��h-l VUaVtAJt H* >545 Wt.  Aienue. Sen**.. BC. *��_?, h��ugh Fn_a>- emr-an? ��_--.  hoMr.- S-�� ___ ki 400 p in ton ��* 22 'WI �� <__Mt I  1991  f-_e-*_s22nd_�� Rrttn <yhne. W-twpai  ol_A.1991 pi��maTri>*rri*st��<mcer  DEPUTY MAYOR  STANDS IN  Alderman Robert Wilson will be acting as  Deputy Mayor from July 15 th until  August 4th inclusive while the mayor is on  vacation. Please feel free to contact him at the  Municipal Hall, 885-1986 during this time.  PUBLIC NOTICE  -0_UiWRttl_l_CTI-IM-V_S  Notices regarding Local Improvement Initiatives  were sent to affected property owners. You are  hereby advised that the results of the petitions  indicate that the following Local Improvement  projects will NOT proceed:  - Lamprey Lane South  - Ebbtide Street  - Burnett Road  - Jasper Road  ��� Surf Circle  R. D. Sabine, Acting Clerk  July 15, 1991  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Please note that the contents of TWO 16 (SIXTEEN)  GALLON Garbage Containers per week will be picked  up from each premise by the disposal contractor.  To ensure pick-up please have your containers at  curbside by 8:00 a.m. Also, to prevent littering please  use suitable 16 Gallon Garbage Containers that can  be dosed securely.  If you have more garbage that you wish the contractor to pick up, you may purchase Garbage Tags at  the Regional District Office, Kingo Diesel or from  the truck operators  Garbage Tags cost $10 00 per booklet of ten tags.  Thank you.  COWRIE STREET  K-UmRCATON PROJECT  A meeting w_l be reti at Rockwood Centre on Wed-  r-__day. Jury 31st 1991. at 6:00 p.m. for discussion  on the proposed Cowie Street Beautification Project  This project consists of the removal of the utility poles  and wires Ifrorn the street, placing ornamental street  lights and the construction of pedestrian sidewalks.  Approval of UK project will result in the specified area  supporting about 70% of the debt servicing costs and  the iT��_niqp_-ty at large supporting about 30% of  those debt costs  for those urrabie to attend the meeting, written ob-  jecnors to the general municipal sharing of costs  .-oji- :. s-" :; -. Municipal Hall. The District of  Secret P 0 Bra 129.5545 Inlet Avenue. Sechelt,  B C VO"t 3AO  v j-^��-.,-<-__-r�� m .*��������'-  , '���V^Var.*-'-.__*��_-"��.-���<��"���*!-�����*"������ - -- - - IHARBOUR WATCH  Coast News, July 29, 1991  7.  IEGMONT NEWS  kf  Jacalyn  Vincent,  II3-ZM0  Whether you're at the lake  wiili (Mends, enjoying a chat af-  ter-g-me of golf or dancing up  a storm in one tif our local  pubs, alcohol is usually a factor.  With tlie warm weather finally upon us a tall, cool drink  tends, mi occasion, to |>c quite  inviting while hasting in t|lc  sun, or just relaxing under tlie  lure of an easily spotted shade  Pender Harbour  \  / 20 A  Assorted  FRESH, FROZEN  & live Seafoods/  including Halibut,  Cod; Salmon,  Prawns &. Lobster  OPEN  Tues.-Sat., 10-6  Sunday, 2-6  Phone 1883-9212  Fax     883-92\5  '       We Will Be Open   \  Mon., Aug. 5. 10-6 pin  Everyone has a limit.  Knowing your limit can make  die diflerence of pure enjoyment  with friends, family or lovers,  and waking up safely with a  clear head in the morning  Designated drivers usually  don't get enough credit. In our  area without taxis or buses, Ihe  word friend lias a lol of meaning. Especially when die friend  is sorter.  MUSK AT GARDEN MY  Nestled on a well-sculptured  poinl is tlie Garden Bay Pub.  For entertainment Augusi 1 to 4,  Tuesday lo Salurday from 9 pm  lo 1 am, Eddy Molski and band  will be performing.  LEGION   NEWS  "Skinny Jimmy" will lie playing more great tunes August 2  and .. at llie Legion llranch 112  in Madeira Park.  If you feel like playing crib,  drop in's are always welcome  every Tuesday at 8 pm, as tlie  Legion hosts Crib Nighl.  AS THE TIDE CHANGES  baseball huffs - tlie circle adjacent to llie bailers' box on the  baseball field is known as the  I'utigo circle. Conches stand in  tins circle during pre game practice and Ilit halls to tlie infield  ers and outfielders. They stand  in one small area so thai they  don't wear out the grass in the-  field!  Isn't il great thai we all know  that Corry May is really spelled  (.uarry bay!  A reminder that dogs are not  allowed in (iarden Hay Lake,  (iarden Pay residents' drinking  water comes from this take.  Respecl is appreciated.  Until next week - he good to  yourself  -I Dial, r.rcy  liginoiit is beginning to look  like a backhoe rodeo these  days, what wilh the folks working on llie waler line, and all.  Yes, the changes are coming  on fast and furious now that the  government dock is gelling  hooked up to the water system.  Electricity will eventually happen there, in some unforeseeable future, but for now. besl  we break in slowly Willi jusl the  water. We're talking radical  lifestyle change, here.  Especially now, in llie height  of tourist season.  There are traffic jams in  Egmont, yachts are going past  by the dozen, the ferry Queen  of Capilano is still gun'klioliug  up   at   Hotham   Sound,   tlie  weather is absolutely hot. when  the sun shines and I hope you're  all enjoying ihe summer.  DOGFISH DEMY  Don't forget aboul Ihe  Egmont Lion's Dogfish Derby at  llie Egmont Marina Augusi 1(1  and 11  Also, don't forget to visit tlie  Egmoni Thrift Store, right now.  They're selling fresh homemade  pies How could you resist?  SUCH A DEALI  Vera (Inition has a set of re-  mole controls for a TV lhal was  donated lo the Egmont  Community. Unfortunately, the  TV went missing Fifty dollars  donated lo the community club  and tlie new owner can have  the controls, no questions  asked  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGSI  SUMMER SPECIAL  %atfik's 'Efcctrofysis  PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL  In home- - Priv.nte - Relaxing - Personal touch  Call for your complimentary 15 minute treatment  and consultation.  ROBERTS CREEK  886-4686  bf  Ruth   Forr.Jt.r,   185-2411  Well folks - it's still raining!  Actually they call it Scotch mist,  but it's just plain old rain! We  have had some really lovely  days of Sunshine and were wise  enough lo use the goixl weather  going to places we know and  love.  The day we sailed to  Rothesay was wonderful and to  our delight we found it almost  unchanged. Tlie big differences  we see in most places in  Scotland is that there are now  lots of Mac-Donalds and pizza  parlours. Kids are into the  Simpsons and Ninja Turtles etc.  jusl the same as our kids. We  found that Largs is just about the  same as it lias always heen.  We spent the lasl couple of  days in one of my favourite  spots - a little island called  Allan - such a hreatluakingly  beautiful place. Generally al this  time of year it is impossible to  find accommodations, but, sad  to say, the choice is now wide  open. This is because most of  the population of the big cities,  those wlio used to spend vacations at these beauliful coastal  resorts, are now heading over to  such places as Malta, Portugal.  Spain, etc.  Tlie reason is, of course, that  they can depend on die weather  being sunny and no rain. Hut  we did feel sad to see our  favourite Scottish places looking  so run down and empty.  We did find, however, some  great entertainment of ihe  Scottish folk singing type. One  outstanding evening was spent  al Ilallocli on Loch Lomond. We  had been on a cruise around die  loch, and when we returned we  could liear a pipe band playing  Somewhere nearby. This, we  had In investigate. It turned out  to he what Is called a "Ceilidh"  karaoke, pronounced as  "Kailie", a Scottisli evening of  song and dance. There was a  Scottisli country dance ban I as  well as the pipe band, and it  was delightful to see so many  teenagers, young fellows  proudly wearing tlie kilt and enjoying every dance.  Tlie karaoke pari involved  people from tlie audience gel-  ting up on stage to sing along  witli tunes being played on a  TV. This was hilarious because  the majority of llie performers  had already downed a few  Scotches. (At less than two  bucks for a shot of tlie best.)  Tlie results were that someone  singing "I belong to Glasgow"  would perform tlie whole song  in a completely different key  from that on the TV, and would  come to an end long before tlie  music did.  We have only got one more  week now before we head out  for home. It will lie with mixed  feelings lhat we will say our  goodbyes to tlie wonderfully  warm and generous folks over  here. About then we will lie  saying our "liellos" to people  with whom we are now even  more at home! So - till then -  see you all soon!  Sunshine Coaat  PESTCONTROL LTD  L0CAU.Y 01"ERA.ED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED   UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter ants, fleas & other household pests.  Our exterior perimeter treatment  cuts down on the Invasion  of crawling insects.  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PENDER  HARBOUR  GOLF  -yDtwGir-nl  l-ulit-s l);iy evctll w:ts for the  least amount ot puns The im  holers hail a tic between Moni  Uiigl-U- and Lois iiaikton with  J') putts each.  The ')ers saw Pal Mitchell  lirst witli 17 puns ami second  went lo Kuili Norman with IS  pulls  low (.mss went In Moni  Langham wnli so Hidden hole  #9, jacquie Hooper ami ( nthy  McQuitty Moni Langham broke  the ladies tow with so ami her  wouis oi wisdom arc "Look out  Cieorge"  .CtW-t__E  July 13 had .(> golfers Playing  partners in foursomes: 1st,  George Langham, Ruth Barnett,  John Cameron ami Jessie Reitze:  2nd, Jack Grout, Kurt Cassidy,  Hill lack anil Helen darnel: 3rd,  Jim Men.ies. June Reeder.  Wendy Haddock ami Moll  Brooks; 4th, Dutch Haddon,  Ernie Holloway ami Luriltl  Lvcan  MEN'S CH_-W0-S-_'  ll slatted this week and llie  earl) leaders ate Hill Dean with  liinss "(I and Kurt ( assidy With  a Kross of 80; low net al 64, Al  Wendland and at os, |olin  Wlllc-ck  ���\W-_WW-U_HT  July 22   Isl low groS-, Mom  1  Sechelt Furniture  CLOSED!  TUESDAY  TO MARK PRICES DOWN  ON MOST ITEMS FOR THE  -C-UJ-Tl IO MUMP  SECHELT  Furniture Land  Boil Prices! Besl Selection! Besl Quality! Bail Servicel  LOCATED IN SECHELT AT  5605 HIGHWAY 101   885-5756   GREAT $1 MILLION  INVENTORY  LIQUIDATION SALE  Walt & Watch for Prices &  Full Details In Newspapers  starts  WED. MORNING  at 10:00 O'CLOCK  Langham and Ken Muse: 2nd  low gross. Dutch Haddon and  Todd McGIII; 3rd low gross.  Tom Held and George Grout:  1st low net. Evelyn Tapio and  Bono Sagattsky; 2nd low net,  Carol Reid and Jack Grout; 3rd  low net, June Reeder and  Murrell Smith; KP. #3, Ken  Muse. Kl' #6, Men. Kurt  Cassidy: Ladles, Carol Reid; Low  pints. Moni Langham and Ken  Muse, wooden trophies, Pat  Mitchell, Wilf Crowe.  SENtO-MEN  On July .... VI golfers played  under warm sunshine 1st low  net team ai (99, Jim Menzies.  lien Dim and Murrell Smith.  _ml ai _(H), Dutch Haddon, Bill  Jack. Mac Mclarlanc and Cecc  ( Iciiicnis: (loses! to ihe pin #��.  (ail Reitze; Mt, Bruce Patrick.  Chinooks take third place  at Richmond swim meet  The Chinook Swimming Team, coached hy Daniel Cross.  performed very well at the recent competition in Richmond.  The team placed third out of twelve teams  The Chinook Swimming Team lias sent six youngsters lo tlie  BC Summer Games which are taking place in Coqiiitlani. from  July 25 to July 2H. These swimmers had tlie necessary limes lo  qualify for iheir events  The team members include Craig Graham, Tyson Cross.  Joelle B.Zaire, Ryanne James, Kelly Kavanagh, and Hanna  Henderson  The coach-chapcrones attending llie Games With tlie team  include Coach Dan Cross and Debt- Price  TIDE TABLES  .~*fcjh  Date   Time Ht.Ft.  2-55 &.  30  8:05 12.1  TU  2:20 5.0  9:10 14.8  Date   Time   HI.FI.  3:30  31   9:00  WE  2:55  9:35  Del-    Time    HI.FI.  <-i5   til  1 10:00  TH  3:30  10:00  11.6  7.6  14.7  Date   Time   Ht.-Ft.  5:00  211:15  FR  4:15  10:30  6.0  11.5  9.0  14.6  Date   Time Ht.Ft.  5755 571  312:50 11.7  SA  5:10 10.4  11:00 14.4  Date   Time Ht.Ft.  6-50 41  4  2:45 12.4  SU  6:25 11.6  11:45 14.2  Date   Time Ht.Ft.  7755 Ii  5 4:15 13.3  MO  8:00 12.3  IS-  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson f* 8_��*r*!,u'/"i���" ���*'  Pacilic standard rime i-r_> >o> __cn ������ .>><n  Seabml  RENTALS LTD  PASLODI SUplf. - N-.iiXSp.l_. ft  Coil Kng Njilrr. Fini.h S*ikr*  Roof in* Nailer.     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Joel Johnstone photo  The Commuters huffed and  lilts puffed and ihey blew the  I'igs house down hy llie count  of III-" to earn their ticket to the  Finals against the Blasters,  In tlie Final, llie Ball Blasters  showed why they're "Number  (me" by heating the < iniinniurs  9-4. Tlie final win for llie Ball  Blasters was a complete team effort Irom all members of their  organization The tuners consistently hit, the defense was  steady, and llie base twiners advanced on the slightest o|ieiiing  Annual tennis tournament  Wednesday July .1 is the  deadline for entries in the  Annual Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  Tennis Tournament.  The coons at Both Dougal  and Brothers Parks Will be used  Willi back-up from a couple of  kindly donated private courts  Dougal will he the tourney centre for scheduling, cimiraderie  and public dispute, with facilities available across the field for  tlie distraught and stressed out.  Events will include singles  and doubles for women and  men. plus mixed doubles, with  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!  individual entries limited to two  events Given sufficient entries  in each event, double and triple  eliminations will lie the order ol  the day, thus assuring competi  tors several matches.  Skill should not lie a concern  for participation. With the generous support of local merchants and services, the trophy  table is within the reach of players of varying abilities If winning is unimportant all players  are encouraged lo enter and test  tlie competitive waters (BOB.)  Entries: Family Sports,  Sunnycrest Mall. H-6-.6..S: Eric  or |o, sS._-7.-9; Shawn or Bill.  -H---0..6.  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  ;?   is better  than a  ! full house.  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Poly-soft Insulation, Cottoij  __>*__A AO        lirmg,Sy\ot\SM-Excellent Summer Bag       Am a AL  $��9.90 Reg -554.96 S;>.n_/$09.9|  Sunday 10-4  Mon.-Thur. 9-5:30 Saturday 9-5:30  Trait Ave. & Cowrie, Seche*  rffl  m  M  Iill  11  "MWrffft  _____----'. * ��������----���  -_Aa---* _��-S_��*-r---a--_----_--_^- Coast News, July 29, 1991  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, music, social conditions, aerobics  and is hoping to pursue some of the,-; 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.  rich 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 tlie Delta area possible, please call local area  representative David MacDonald at 943-. 352 or ASSE  Canada toll free at I-8C0-361-3214.  ASSE, a turn-profit organization, is dedicated to fostering  international relationships between countries through  cultural exchange.   Town historian, Lester  Peterson passes away  The Sentry  He stands his post that overlooks the bay,  And holds the night with contemplative eye;  He hears the evening mute the mice of day,  And feels the universe itself go by.  This spot his province In a foreign land -  Here while he breathes no unchalleng'd foot may tread;  The llvintngs symbol signet In Ms hand,  And in his heart the warrant of the dead.  He turns his thoughts to pasture on a star.  And chains his eye and ear to tree and slone -  He dreams himself In crowded streets afar.  And knows while dreaming that he Is alone.  This hour his heart beats time with death or life;  Tills hour his finger on the pulse of war -  His nerves keep tuned to meet the moment's strife,  His thoughts are lost in after and before.  c  oast  obbler Ltd.  Shoe Sales, Repairs & Accessories  NOW FEATURING  Lester Peterson  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE  SERVICE  RECYCLING TIPS  17. Contamination of recyclable materials is a serious  problem for both the Sechelt and the Gibsons recycling  depots. A load of tin cans may be contaminated if people  mix In aluminum cans. Pop and beer cans are easily  distinguished from tin cans, but some pet food cans are  not. Aluminum Is a lighter weight, less shiny and of a  lighter grey colour than tin cans. If in doubt, test cans  with a magnet: tin cans are attracted to the magnet;  aluminum cans are not.  Common contaminants found in high-grade office  paper bins include plastic bags, fax paper, wax crayon on  paper, carbon paper and different grade papers such as  newsprint and magazines.  See last week's Recycling Tips for information on  contamination of glass.  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT mf\  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu alW  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  The Town of (iihsons suffered a loss last week as long  time resident and area historian  Lester Peterson passed away in  Vancouver.  Mr. Peterson, horn in Cape  Scott, near the northern tip of  Vancouver Island in 1917, had  lived In (iihsons since 1923.  He was a dedicated teacher of  English, literature and poetry,  and had two volumes of poetry  published, as well as two books  of an historical nature. He was  well loved and respected by his  students.  As an active member of the  community, Mr. Peterson was  responsible for establishing the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.  He started with a collection of  artifacts In the basement of his  home, eventually securing a  Comfort & Dependability  ��� Trusted For Generations  5584 - Unit 3. Hwy. 101, Secheh  tAcrtns From Rig Mac's)  885-6393  OPEI- TUHPAV TO ��AT UHPAV, 9:OQ AM TIL 5:OQ PM       |  NOTICE  EVENTS BY DATE  July 27-Aug. 31  The Friends of Caren are offering  free guided tours in the old growth  Lester Peterson  corner of the Town Hall before  council of the day built the museum we now know.  Mr. Peterson leaves family  and innumerable friends behind  and will be missed.  forest ol the proposed Sechelt  Peninsula Upland Park every  Saturday from July 27 to August 31.  Interested wilderness enthusiasts can  meet to car pool at Ihe Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre (2 km north of  Trout Lake on Hwy. 101) at 11 am.  Carry a picnic lunch and join the fun.  Continued on Page 19.  George in Gibsons  continued from page 5.  take two weeks to holiday in  Hawaii this past year.  MI-CIIN-.I   TRANSFER  Jeff Kenyon is the newly appointed principal of Chatelech.  He conies here from the princi-  palsliip of Nakusp Secondary.  He is not only a professional  musician but has taught and directed music in schools in  Dawson Creek, Vernon and  West Van.  Administrators at Langdale,  Madeira Park, Pender Harbour,  and Elphinstone continue in  their present positions.  Among those transferring is  Vern Wislilove from Gibsons  Elementary to District Principal  responsible for the Resource  Centre, Continuing Ed, and special projects.  Stuart Hercus moves from  Roberts Creek to Gibsons; Jim  McGowan from VI* at Chatelech  to Cedar Grove; David Short  from Resource Centre to Davis  Bay; Joanne Pearson to  Halfmoon Bay; Jack Pope from  Chatelech to Roberls Creek;  Roger Douglas becomes  Chatelech. vice-principal.  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As our of thr "Hot Ilox Dancrrs"  in Ihis season, production of  Guy's and Dolls, she has thr  Inside I rack on this sure thing  Karen is a dancer, who has  nested up many stages with ihr  <ii~*-m native, dam t.  Karen Bootliruyd  Salsa and thr Flamenco Shr has  also kicked up her hrrls in productions of West Side Story,  The Pirates of Penzance and  The Sound of Music.  Guys and Dolls alternates  performances with The Music  Man through to August 10.  Tickets are $ IS for adults, and  $. for seniors and youths under  17. They are available at the  Malkin linwl Ilox Olfice, or at  any Ticketmastcr location  Doors open 7:30l curtain Is  8:30.  NEW?  On thTCoast  Baby  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^    Bride or bride to be  Have we vielted YOU yen  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Helen Milburn 886-8676    Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Fall arts telecourses for Gibsons  Sunshine Coasl area residents  will be offered four visual arts  telecourses this fall by Emily  Carr College of An S Design  (BCCAD) and the Open  University,    beginning    in  September, the courses will he  presented locally via Knowledge  Network broadcast, enhanced  hy learning materials delivered  to (iibsons participants hy mail  "These telecourses are designed for people in the (iihsons  area who want to Irani about  the arts al home," said ECCAD  Tclccoursc Program Director  Elisa McLaren  This fall's offerings include .1  Survey of Western Art I, Colour:  An Introduction, Mark 6  linage, and A Colonial Portrait ���  Ail in Canada lo 1X71. Each  participant will receive all materials needed for completion of  assignments, including texts and  readings, plus paint, paper, and  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  h noidi House Production  "Faith Healer"  (Hit of, 19^9 Fringe Fc-livaO  by Brian f'riel  Featuring deme Awird Winner  Bernard Cnffling  wilJi IjOiiLse Whit-iey & Martin Evana  The Cappucino <_. Dcascrl  liar behind Ahadcw I_aux  Galleries will be open 'Lil  11:00 pm Lo accomniodaLc  he aller theatre crowd  brushes, which may not he  readily available everywhere in  IIC.  based on the acclaimed I'IIS  television series, and four additional programs, A Survey of  Western An I introduces historical, aesthetic and cultural aspects of thr wrstrrn art tradition ll focuses on thr period  from Sionehenge. through art of  thr valley civilizations, Egypt.  Crete, and Mycenae, plus tlie  classical world, to Romanesque  and (iothic art. The companion  series, A Survey of Western Art  11, beginning in January 19.2,  examines art from the  Renaissance to the modem period, offering an intimate look  at many of the master works of  western civilization.  Colour: an Introduction  will benefit anyone who wants  to work effectively with colour.  It covers colour mixing and  colour schemes, techniques to  analyze colour in nature, and to  use it in fashion, cooking and  oilier aspects of everyday life  Mark & Image is for those  wishing to explore a new approach to drawing and communication.  A Colonial Portrait: Art In  Canada lo 1H7I rxainlnrs developments in painting and  sculpture in Canada before  1871, relating ihem to the history and society of thr timr.  Programs providr a rare opportunity to study in detail some of  Canada's most important works  of art.  Deadline for telecourse registration is August 22. 1991.  People in the (iibsons area  should contact Emily Carr  College of Art and Design, 1399  Johnston Street, Vancouver, IIC,  V.H ..R9, phone 884-3830 or  687-2345, ��r the Open  University, Box 9-000,  Richmond, IIC, V6X 17.9, phone  660-2200 or toll-free 1-800.>.>..���  9711.  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  proudly presents  Native songwriter  and recording artist  Curtis  Jonnie  Saturday, August 3rd at 8:00 pm  Tickets - $12 Available at Box Office  FOR RESERVATIONS - 885-4673  The Cappucino & Dessert Bar behind  Shadow Baux Gallery will be open till 11:00 pm to  accommodate the after theatre crowd.  SMOOTHER M0  V.H1  MOST OF OUR BUSINESS IS  REFERRED BY SATISFIED  CUSTOMERS!  .    WE ARE INEXPENSIVE  WE ARE EXPERIENCED,  RELIABLE, FAST  & CAREFUL.  987-86551  991 W. 1st, North Van  touippeo ropftortcTevFRrrHiNQ  FROM CHINA TO PIANOS1  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATEE  presents  ROBIN HOOD  IM WARNING Some violence, occMJotval    .'.Mi .!'���'. ^. -'^-- .v.**.'. y. .*. j.*.1.*.. .t*;.!: y.,Mr,.,.*.*_iK.:..! .*?. >.r>.   AilOWTiMF/.  Sun,, Mon, & Tues, - One Show Only ��� 7:00 pm  TICKET PRICES    y  Adults $6 ��� Students $4.50  Seniors & Children Under Twelve $3  J The C_pp__lna s?l Dcwrl BarIxMiiii- Aliudo�� I-iux L  I Ciillcric-H i�� open doily lil 10 pin, Friday ond -otiirdoy'- I  1    'til 11 pm \o ocTOinnrodiil. liic nflcr 'llieotrc crowa   ���  COMING  ATTRACTION  Only The Lonely  August 4,5& 6  Raven'. Cry Theatre Located At  Busy  summer  for  Semi-tones  The Sunshine (->asl will have  to bid adieu lo a group of talented young adults known as  the Semi-Tones. The iri liar  moni. crooner, will be undergoing some changes, both in  repertoire and members this autumn. It seems lhal two of its  singers, Kristy lleecham and  Jennifer Sinclare, will he opting  for further education on the  Mainland  The Semi-Tones often work  wilh Ihe hand, i'oint-blank. It is  also experiencing some  changes. The keyboardist. Chris  McKee. is pursuing a degree in  computer science at Simon  Fraser University. Chad Welsch  is ihe group's virtuoso interpreter of the electric guitar. He  will he leaving as well.  Ihe result is that of the six  members, only two will remain  to perform in the next year.  They are Jason llaggio and  Kirslen braun The latter i.s one'  of ihe singers and Ihe former  plays the bass guitar.  The Semi-Tones originally  had more than a dozen members under the guidance off  Nikki Weber. Tlie number eventually dropped lo three and has  remained so up lilt now wilh  (lie opportunity to expand and  explore the possibilities of music sung in iri-harmony.  This heing the final summer  ���he Semi-Tones and I'oint-Rlank  will be together as a group, il is  no surprise that their schedule is  a light one. Texada Island will  he host lo their talents on  August 1(1 On August 21 they  will be performing at both the  Nikki Weber  I'NE and the Capilano  Suspension bridge, and will be  participating in a talent contest  al the I'NE on August 26.  The following day, they will  do two performances in ihe  morning al Ihe same location  and display t heir talents al  Grouse mountain as well.  The harried quality of Iheir  schedule is impressive in view  of the fact that they recently  won the Sechell Star Search  held on June 29.  In spile of their exacting calender, Ihe Semi-Tones and Point  Blank continue lo lake part in  philanthropic projects. They  performed at Camp Good  Times, a cenlre for children  Continued on page I...  10**  Mariners'  TAKE-OUT  British-style  FISH & CHIPS  ������ 12 ��� 7pm �������  886-9568  Marine Drive, Qibsons  (next to Mariners' Restaurant)  I Friendly Country l.gion^  .Roberts  Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  August 2nd 1.3rd  Local Talent!  RC Blues Band  FRIDAY NIT. DINNER  Baron of Beef  SAT. NITE DINNER  Sleak - with all  I the trimmings  Mtn-wr. ana Dona llo. A��f.  guaala welcome    O^tJ  Grilled New York Sleak  Sat Night Dinners  BINGO - TUES. EVENINGS  me f7.i-.i  ���  1  Nl W I'HONI  NIJMHf K  ____*::  ��� _- _r ,�����__���-������_���-����_��<_��� isv>y,.-,-    .,- _ _. ,)Wt<r)r_>a<.<T^4v��;--r.fr.CT-jj,r, ^���-i,-.ersr**jf,sr**;aTfvee*. tIr.tr^f^jeXagyairj/.-jr_��.l_-_-_ir_t_r_.��is_.���_.,��___. Coast News, July 29, 1991  13.  BY PETER TROWER  Actually, the camp iiself isn't  bit lhal had It sprawls oul along  ��� ; wesl hank of Culer Creek, a  [noiley collection of ill-matched  buildings black Harry must have  scavenged from everywhere  koiilh of hell, but the  bunkhouses are comfortable  enough and the grub, while  [milling to wave (lags ahoui,  tas middling adequate The  book, an inventive Norwegian  lamed I'er Jahansen. does  Junior wonders with the frugal  |upplies black Harry allots him.  When I lirst hit ilie place, we  Ire logging on relatively flat  ���round Luigi and I are selling  [linkers Our rigging stinger is a  linky, laconic character named  In cich Fletcher, He has a  lynical sense of humour lhal is  ���lore often lhan mil directed al  ���lack Harry, ll takes llie tension  Iff the job. boss bashing is  Ways a popular diversion on  ie rigging and Stretch is a  luster of the art,  "Craniden's a real case," he  Ihscrves. "All lhal fancy talk and  It. s cheaper lhan a Hastings  ���reel whore Willi one eye and a  Louden leg. Look at these rally  linkers. They got more spikes  ���ul jaggers than a goddam  levil's club!"  The clinkers in question are  indeed beyond the point of no  return - worn out and painful to  deal with Stretch solves the  problem eventually.  "I may get canned for ihis."  he says, "but what the hell?"  He hooks them both to  stumps and snaps them like  string. Cram-en is finally  compelled to provide us Willi  new ones.  Our hooktender. Chuck  Penmore, perhaps notices this  ploy bul doesn't comment He is  a remarkably even-tempered  man despite an ulcerated  stomach lhal compels him lo  pop ami-acid pills like candy  He simply rolls wilh the  punches and makes no complaint. Life is whal il is.  Logging's jusl a job  I .'union- also saw anion in  Italy during the War. Although  he and Luigi were on opposite  sides through most of it, they  share mutual memories.  Sometimes at noon hour, ihey  swap halite experiences. Stretch  and I, who missed the whole  business by a couple of lucky  years, listen with interest to  Iheir accounts of bloody sieges  and dangerous night drops. It  provides a brief diversion from  Ihe repetitive business of  hooking up logs.  We are yarding a brushy  hill-tones  piitiiiued from page 12.  liih cancer, on July 2S and will  Iso he doing a teen show as a  ���ndraiser for Ihe Davis bay  ten Drop-In Centre II i.s to he  eld at Greenecourt at 7:30 pm  Ii August :.. The use of llie fa-  llity has heen graciously doited by tlie Lion's Club. Tickets  lay be purchased at local hook  lores. Tlie cost is $4 per per-  In. The tickets may also be  plight ai Ihe door on the night  f Ihe performance.  j Nikki Weber, the Semi-Tones  Id Point blank would like to  ���lend their lhanks to iheir  fiends and families. They  until also like lo acknowledge  ' aid and support of the local  Immunity, especially in the  form of the anonymous donors  who have done so much to help  pay for such costs as the  costumes and equipment. Tlie  village of Sechelt has been  extremely cooperative with the  Semi-Tones and their efforts.  Mrs. Weber isn't sure what's  on the horizon for tlie new  Semi-Tones, bul she does foresee herself "scouting for new  talent." The theme will he the  same as always: clean-cut and  folksy. They will continue to  perform music from Ihe JO'S,  ���Ill's and .Il's and even some  popular tunes from the more  recenl decades. The only thing  they will absolutely make sure  lo do, says Nikki Weber, i.s  "keep away from heavy metal  music."  things to do  Tsain-ko Gift Shop  ��./ 'Dm  o&w cfcy&iHiimis ffemtke  Native Arts _P Crafts  Silver and Turquoise Jewellery  Cedar Baskets, Wood Carvings  Moccasins, Prints 3? Cards  SSS HwvT I o I, Sechelt (across from St. Mary's Hospital)  885-4592 VISA 8t MASTERCARD ACCEPTED  j-^^aJ^N-. THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  ��0__) A-A**?\JkS    M & Brea-fait & Campground  s  BROOK,  Restaurant 886-2188, Office 886-2887  Follow Oower Pt. Rd. to  Ocean Beach Esplanade  stP^^ 5697 COM. SI.. S-chell B85-7606  ART WORK & CAPPUCCINO "���W|LV  A wm��\\ combination (or Ihi aummar. 1 * NOON      IV rw  Villi out cappuccino h. daBMfl bar on ��� POTTERY ��� PICTURE FRAMINO  tha iUndactt behind Itia gallary. -CAPPUCCINO   -ARTWORK  GIFTS   HUNTER GALLERY    (HFTS  taiii-rn/i-i limit frr (-nil drrriu  Paintings        Fabric An     Jewellery  Pottery Cordf Prints  UlSiriIrn, I \irr-i nl Si lux- k<���rower PrJUMjjbgni       HsSh-WZ.  SUMMER TOURS  ���   ��� .      contact Plant Tour Quid*  Howe Sound    ��������<*����  Ml*   ind   iimi   11 hi 1110     Advance bookings required  VISITORS  WELCOME  n^k|#B^  ���R tURBOUH  .__.iii.-__  Lounge _ Snack Bar  Power Cars Available  Hwy 101,- kms. north ol Gat-ton Bay tumoll  Ph.n_--3-.-4l   plain wilh a Mtc I tower unit ���  the first machine of Ihis type I've  ever worked on It is certainly  an improvement over the  wooden spar-trees of my early  logging days Rigging up and  taking down a steel lower is a  much shorter and simpler  htisiuess than was llie case wilh  wooden trees They have  eliminated llie jnli of whisile-  punk also.  Stretch and Chuck carry  electric hell wliisiles and  transmit iheir own signals lo the  engineer The woods arc definitely changing as far as equirjv  mem goes. The basic routine of  selling chokers however, hasn't  altered at all. Il's --till ihe same  old grind.  To  b.  co-tlnus-  U-Tl-m  Wilillile convcnlioiis and extensions of a genre can he seen  al Ihe Ails Cenlre until Sunday.  Augusi i See il before il closes -  Ihe Arts t ciure is open 10 am lo  - pm Tuesday lo Salurday. I to  . pm Sunday  samimamnrnmmtsats  The Arts < rnlre is requesting  thai artists Interested in exhibiting during ihe periodJUOC IW2  to June 1993 submit ;i proposal  to the Curator by August ..I,  I1.'. I An Information sheet is  available ai the Arts Centre.  "By the Shore" at  Hunter Gallery  by time Gumey  Marilyn Kuiledge opens tier  I-ill annual show of work entitled "lly the Shore" al Hunter  daltiiy on Augusi ... In this  show, Marilyn focuses on ihe  shore wiih and without people.  Reception will be held  Saturday afternoon al _ o'clock,  Augusi  ., ai Hunter Gallery,  Lower t Iibsons  J  im s  M_ord  Resort  Hotel  Sunday Brunch Buffet  Special Brunch Buffet ��� 9am-2pm  Roast Baron Of Beef, Terijafei Chicken  Bacon, Sausages, Scrambled Eki;-  Roast Potatoes, Salads AND  A DECADENT DESSERT BUFFET ���  ...���:���: v: ..:���:,V.:..���:.���:���:. :������.:*:-:. xw:.... ���.:.:..  "Open For Dinner"  6 pm to 10 pm  $12.95 Children Under 12 Half Price  Reservations Requested  _Olle's Cove Rd., Just north of Secret Cove on Hwy.  FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 885-7038  on the sunshine coast  _,Elphinstone -_  Pioneer Museum  Winn Rd., across from the Post Office  886-8232  BCUTAI C   " Mountain Bikes,  nCI-1 MLS   Canoes & Kayaks  Hourly, daily or weekly  i.   fi'" .    n   jji BeRinner Kayak lessons avail.  Pedals & 1addles op.n Sundays 8:.io-5:3o  ^uwW^sj^s^eUMs***^  "**)  AK  "On the Water"                      -___,-_,_  JULY EVENTS           *.<-.,*..-.  ..         _                             _ ���      _                    sw, a_mou-> ____"  ��� Courses    ��� Eco Tours  ��� Workshops           For lurther information  Beginners Welcome                    & registration  RENTALS - GROUP RATES      call 886-3136  ^^^T  RENT-IT!       Y  CANADA INC.  Canoe Rentals  Daily ��� Weekly ��� Monthly  5540 Inlet Aw. - Sechelt  GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  And Marine Centre  * Memb..r_hips are now heing accepted  We offer.  ��� Sailing lnt-ru___rt-  - Search 6 Rescue  ��� BBQ _ Social  ��� Cadet/Navy Training  ��� Organized Bnntrng  ��� Auxiliary Const Gunr-  ��� Junior Prog'-nms  ��� (.slung Oerhy  FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY  Con-odor* ��� Ian Morrow 886-394-  R__t Captain - Ray Cham-el*! 888-9827  Come in and Browse  local Artwork - Hand Crafted Gilts  In*. Itery - Blown Glass ��� Pottery  Reproductions - AM Supplies - Cards  CUSTOM FRAMING  886-9215  Show Piece Gallery  290 Cower Point Rd., Gibsons Landing 886-9213  Toast of the Coast  Advertising Manager's  Note: "Recently we instituted a new Dining Guide  format, one we trust is  meeling with your approval.  Bul we have subsequently discovered that one ol our intrepid reviewers was still in the field on assignment, searching lor the ultimate  Toast ot the Coast. The copy arrived on our desk just prior to press  lime and we leel obliged to share wilh you this absolule'y last "Toast  ol the Coasl."  The quintessential order ol toast on the Sunshine Coast (see  above photo) was simply not to be had in a restaurant proper. Alter  roaming Ihe Coasl, madly masticating plates ol while, sourdough,  wheat, 7-grain, rye, and raisin varieties ol this ancient and primitive  delicacy, we weren't satislied we'd lasted the besl. We felt something  was missing.  Finally, we were invited to a private dining room presided over by a  lamous short order crook late ol Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Dining  alone on his deck overlooking the deck ol his neighbour at a table  lashioned trom a discarded crab trap, our host served us toast which  clearly rendered all other toast "toast".  First he lops oil the crusts using a serrated Saracen blade (which  might have been tirst used on the necks ol Christian Crusaders notes  our host), whereupon the crusts are toasted separately. They are then  served unobtrusively along wilh the loast proper. Dipped In butler,  margarine, axel grease, chemical cheese spread, or our host's triumphant, home-made lingonberry cod jelly, the crusts establish themselves as a worthy preface to the toast itself.  Ah, bul Ihis was toast In the grand marnier ���- browned bread lor  Ihe Godsl Two orders ol loast (three-slice servings) came lo 99 cents  (without GST, which our host refuses to charge). Side orders ol butter, Becel Margarine, lingonberry cod jelly, and axel grease came lo  $39.39.  (Being health conscious, we skipped the chemical cheese spread).  .. 101/  FAMILY DINING  Andy's ResUumit Lunch and (tinner  specials every day. dosed Mondays. Every  Wednesday night Is Prime Rib Night, House  specialties include veil dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch Buffn  every Sunday from llam-3 pm. Hwy 101,  Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. dosed  Mondays. 11-10 Tues.-Sat.  Tlie Botf HOUK-Just a fetry ride away in  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood from  the West, East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties, Join us after 5 pm  for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly servict in a relaxed mmosphere and  fabulous meats are just some of the reasons  you'll keep coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please  let us know and wet) make the necessary accommodations. For reservaiions call 921-8188.  AD major credit cards accepted.  Clfc Pierrot- Comfortable atmo-phere  with warm, helpful staff. Hcntemade pastas,  quiches and daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both healthful and  cb&ious. Our whole wheal bread and scrumptious desserts are baked fresh daily, cm the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders for  the beach and cappucino art available. The  Coast's bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Mon. ft Tues. ton-Snm, Wed. - Sat. 9__n-  9pm. Clewed Sunday. Teredo -Square, Secheh.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 883-9962.  Coast Clllb Cafe Bright, open, casual  cUning for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for al of our menu hems. Big  burners, pasta dishes, Mexican spedab, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily features.  With a European flair, the Coast Club Cafe  offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 3319  Wharf Ave.. Sechdt, 883-9344. Visa, Mastercard and American Express accepted - seating  for 60.  HakJ-A-Wty Restaurant Brim the  vvtwtef__riily._Tdjo_--BfOTgre��  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor  Inn, on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our friendly,  helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere  wiD add to your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, which include-, a chfldren's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. from 3:30 am until 9 pm, and Thurs. to  SU. from 3:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 3:30-10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, II am - 2:30 pm, featuring a  _t__-_mptuous salad bar, with a large selection  of hot and cold dishes and desserts. Eat to  your heart's content. Reservations 8864301.  33 seats phis banquet room.  Uie Omega Pizza, Steak And  I.otMter House - With a perfect view of  Gibsons marina, and a good time atnxKphere.  the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  Youi! often see Bruno Gcrusai, former star of  the Beachambers, (fining here. Menu includes  pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations  recomrnended. Located in Gibsons I___iding at  1338 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  Lunch Mon. -Fri., 11:30-2:.a*, Dinner Daily  4-9 pm, Fri. A Sat., 'til 10 pm.  The .Parthenon Greek Taverns  t-icated on the esplanade in downtown  Sechek. We specialize in Greek Cuisine, fresh  seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza. Open 6 days  a week - Tues. rhmugh ThuiY, from II am-  10 pm and Fri. A Sat.. II am 11 pm. We are  open for lunch ��� try our daily runcheeai  _pec_i_s. Lunch is served from 11 am ��� 3 pm.  Reservaiktas reconirrifsided. We abo have  take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek food and  much morel 883-1993 or 883-28.13. ICatherfna ���  vfcr  cafe with  Cozy randy style  an euensve menu fesauring special  pasta dUM, **& and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch and dinner  specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays  are Prime Rib nights. FuDy licenced. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thun., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fri., Ss_., A Sun., 7 sm to 9pm. 5663 Cowrie  Street, Sechek. 8134111. Visa A Mastercard  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Geek House - Intimate dining and European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We serve rack of lamb, duck, crab,  dams, scallops, steaks, also daily specials.  Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek  Road and Beach Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6  pm. Closed Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40  1-ord Jim's Resort Hotel - a tranquil  view of Thormanby Island and the Mal__rpina  Straits set the theme for a beautiful night out.  Super friendly people, fine interriational  ctiisine, comfortable siirrourvdings, soft music  and good wine always add up to make yours a  night to remember. With live music in our  lounge every weekend and reasonable room  rates with a heated swimming pool and games  room, all our guests fed at home and at ease.  So, for a night out or a get-away weekend give  us a call. Starting June 15, summer houn for  the restaurant will be: Breakfast & Lunch, 8  am to 2 pm; Dinner 3:30 pm to 10 pm; seven  days a week. For reservations or more information can 883-7038.  Hie Wharf-  Open for breakfast, fundi  and dinner seven days a week. Bre__htaking  ocean view and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm. RiHy licensed and  air-conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7283.  B__cl_eclcfyPub--_njoythen__ur_Jbe^  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many  rwmestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  j-uroundings of our family restaurant. Our  "Skookum Burger" is a _r_tflenge to the biggest appetite. Pub houn: Monday ��� Sunday,  11:00 am to 11:30 pm; Friday A Saturday,  ll:(D-__ntodo-ing. I_ttchenhoun:9?_0amto  9:30 pm - 7 days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located V_ mile north of Egmont on Maple  Road.  Crdan Neighbourtiood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific daily specials,  available 'till 9 pm every night. We're known  for our great atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'till midnight, Fri. A Sal.  open 'till I am. Visa, Mastercard and reserva-  lions accepted. 886*171.  '�� Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  featuring local produce and fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, II am to 11  pm wkh our kitchen open from 11 am to 10  pm. Pender Harbour, 883-1143, MC, V, Fully  licensed.  SedNM Legion Branch #140-Oneof  the best bargains on the Coast every Friday  night is the fabidous barbequed steak dinners  served from 6 to 8 pm for only $6.30. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin sleak served with  your choice of baked potato (with all the gar.  nishes) or ddicxias potato salad Also included  is a green salad with choice of ctressinas and  garlic bread. Lunch is served Monday (o Friday from II am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular menu that includes chicken strips, burgers and s-mdwrches.  Thursday is Fish A Chips day, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips with cole  slaw for only $4.33. Take out orders available  Members and guests welcome. 3391 Wharf  Street. Secheh. 883-9922.  FINE DINING  !-_-__-.' t-est-urmnl ��� On ihe sv__-  rr-ru sM-lh one ol ihe mo_ asr_i____r vksvi In  Oit-ons, Ihe Marine-.' spa__-_ In hall anil- Maf-od, and also orfen a r_] ranae or  lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus -_n|e  daily, with ��-_-oi_ daily spc-is. Marine  Drive, (Sbwns I _ndinj. r_r>2.34. Monday lo  Saturday: Lunch II., Monday to Salurday.'  Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5., Sunday Brunch  11-3. 100asari. V. MC.  I*. Tome, at BoMMrook-W-r) an  ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon-  n_brook, k-aled on the svat-rfronl at Oosw  Poinl, often s-pei. Wen Coal cuUne In a  pk-umque and i_a_n_ Iodic *i_n_. for  Ihoee a-dnl finer _-tn�� and a hither -an-  -rtof_rvfawor-rr-_i.---.roo_,  enperdy prepared and p���amud in a varied  menu of appe���Ml, ���arte- and de_o_ for  lunch and drnmr Mow Oosver Point road to  Ocean Beach Elpanade. Our houn are: Tua.  day to Sunday 5:30 pm ��� -30 pm.; Sunday  Brunch��� l(-m _pm To book arseaal emu,  ptaae call -~-__-7.  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  Eraie & Gwen's Drivt b-Take out, or  delivery, Pizza, dinners, salads, burm,  chicken, desserts, drinks, Ice cream. Free home  deliver} within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on $10  minimum orden. Small charge for orden  under $10. Hwy. 101, Gibsons. ��86-7811.  -������     ���     ���    --'A- ���    ' ��� ���'- Coast News, July 29, 1991  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIRECT  AUTOMOTIVE  BLDG. CONTRACTORS  ELECT. CONTRACTORS  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  k    Mtin.-fli._-fc S.I.8-6, Sim  10-3 j  1__TSECHELT RADIATORS"  Complete Cooling System Service Cenlre  We Repair _ Replace Raps. Healer Cores S Gas Tanks  AUTOS  TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New. Used & Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.      hctt-Up - Delivery Mon. - Sal.  Nenl lo Wilson Creek Chevron Slalion 885-7986  ' PENN   Performance t Mechanical  Complete Mechanical Repairs  All Makes & Models  Specializing In Complete  Drive Train Overhauls,  4X4 Performance  Paris & Accessories  Mon. - FM. - 8:30 ��� 5:00   Sit. 9 - 2  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  5916 Sechelt Inlet Rd.. Sechell. BC VON 1V0  BLDG, CONTRACTORS  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations-Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  BL. 1053-1  Ron AcheBOll   886-8646  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING ��� TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses ��� Additions ��� Renovalions  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 Home 666-9635  Hon Hovden Gerald n McConneii  TOM'S  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  naa estimates  CONTRACTORS LIC NO 6644  886-3344 ' 8863364 J  ARGATZ  V.  Blloldt - Scrtana ��� Oarage Doora ��� Prahung Doora ��� windows  Hljnway 101�� Prall"...     ��u. HtMILTON  .-���on.,r).C..0N1.0 Sl|fl   a_j____a.  rtwi Mf-TMj  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits. FASIA, Shutters  Stone t> Brick  Fred Cocker' P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message! Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 VON 3A0  Ashward Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN OESIGN & DRAFTING  For Estimate Call  Howard Aihmora  885-6443 J  A Ii T ENTERPRISES: Cwielruollon ������t.Iom  Serving The Coast Since 1995  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���_--.._-  T. -ONO, BOX TH, -ItSO-l. I.C. VON 1V0  "HUDSON���  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  RENOVATION AND REMODELLING SPECIALIST  CUSTOM DECKS AND DESIGN  15 YEARS EXPERIENCE  "When Qualily is a Priority"  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial _ residential roofing  ESTIMATES ROC onA7 aliwoiii.  OOO-a-UOr eves, ouakanteed  (604)885-7576  Messages: 885-5281  Km EVANS  Construction  18 Years in FOUNDATIONS  ALPINE TRUSS  Bus: 886-8833 ^^^Res: 886-M01  ^COMPETITIVE  PRICES  Trusses made here on the Sunshins Coast  Money spent at home stays at home.  M5./\Res:  Bit of Small We Do Them Ml  G & S DRYWALL  HIKE ESTIMATES  foi All Youi Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  ROTTLUFF DKYWALI.  Residential & Commercial  TOM  8869691  BRENT  8869495  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES  Iill  CONCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For quality work, call us!    88S-702S  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  -I'l'lUtlll  __i->,.inn i    _���-n.-miniJ���_.      .       ���   rm ���  885-9666     | , 885-53331   [MM22SJ  3 Hatch Plants on ihe Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burn*! Rd.. Sechelt  I.M-_J>II_LCOJIT___UW_JW>  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  V^Q-_lllrCe-are->w_iti twm*mmi J  :N  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand _ Gravel  C    CONCRETE  I  CRANE V-*~\     ITn  RENTAL V.Q    LTD. IfnmmiUNMm  SECHEH PLAN! SEPJIC TANKS GIBSONS PLANT  .    8857180 cmasTirc. 888-8174  f _a.-A.srI  ANT    I  a_J  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885-3930  EXCAVATING  Aright Electric  Industrial, Commercial, Residential  PAT PETTERSON  RRm Newtons, Site C44  *y Sechell. B.C. VON 3AO  Rci No 17.128  T-l: (604) 885-5822  midway;  SERVIC  ^___.  .     ���     Rho.  Privale _ Industrial Electrical Conir.rt-r  Hlrjh _ Low Vollage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135  -883-9483  ' J  s;hm  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation. Sewer,  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Developmeni  886-2182 or 8859840  EXCAVATING  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  - Excavating > Backfilling ��� Retaining Walls ���  - Trenching - Landscape Construction ��� Drainage  24 Hour 886-8538        Boa 1221. Qlbaona  GEN. CONTRACTORS  RENOVATIONS WITH "\  A TOUCH OF CUSS  (  STK EXCAVATING LTD  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Gravel    %*, ,  ��� Retaining Walls ��� efe. ^j,te,  Serving ihe Coast tor 20 Years  "IrVe pride ourselves on punctuality."  BOB GURNEY  MMOjO Boa 1791.GIBSONS. BC VON IVO  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES Cat 418 4X4  .clearing Sieve lones    886-8289  j _m. O^-n^s-      CLIPtSA  IP BCF6RRIGS Schedule  VANtOUVEB-S-CHELT PENINSULA  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE   SALTEBYBAY  Lv. Langdale  6 20 am       2:30 pm  8 30 M'       4:30  10 30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M .tnolll Mt.ihr.r_ Igt  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7 30 am      3:30 pm  9 30 M        5:30 M  1130 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6 40 am      4:30 pm  820 6:30  10 30 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Sallery Bay  5.45M   . 3:30  7 35        5:30  9 25M     7:30  11 30       9:30  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ��� I  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ���PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Op_n Tu__.-Scrt.   5631 WharlR_*...-.1.1 >  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Qs  8852360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ROUTE 1    r_ f-flll Rn Seacor Fr.u.-.r to.,, p,  Departure  MiH  '545  745  9:45  11:45  1:45  3:45  5:45  7:45  Depart  Langdale  Ferry  Terminil  FnnMin Manna Dr R0UTE2  P'a'l Criasle' Gower Pt   WwdcrMk S C Mamie Parr,  814   4:11 Otptrt '7:30    1:00      Arrive     5:45    1:21  10 11   8:11 Mall    '9:10    3:00      Mall        7:45    3:28  ��:11   1:08 11:00    '8:10 9:28   8:28  2 08*10:00 '8:20 e��p 11:28 8:48  ���VlaCr_-..-no,va_rm-o__-aliri-1.0--iri.W  -M.I-.Xam.7:��irn_e:��r-i--_iSa.--._H<aai|a  'No 5:45 am run Salurdayi, Sundayi or Holidayi  '10:00 pm run Fri., Sat!, Sun. 8 Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop lv. Mall 10:45 am, 12:45, fms  2:45 8 4:45 pm Mon.-Set. 0u, ot toon  Inlo. Comments & Suggestions - 886-9318 m Town  These transportation schedules sponsored by  Insurance /^ __.;���, -A  Adults Seniors  Children Stud   Comm Tickets  St 50    SI 00       75    si 00        SI -5/tide  75 75       75 75  ���^���^^  V    673 Payne) Rd.,Qlb��oh�� 008-3101    J  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  . CABINETS ���  880-9411  [Showroom Kern'a Plaze.Hwy W  ^     Open Tuntfay to Saturday 10-4 pm .  QuMs-nn  Notary  Smem I AgcKcie.  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Red Carpel Sentlce From Friendly Proteaalonala In Sunnycrest Melt, Olbaona.  I  ���  Travel   a  Fre-ti-nite   |  J  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NFWS  at 886 262Z or 88* 3930  Fencing �� Deck*  Painting �� Electrical  Call Kim or Greg  For Estimates  885-2610  - aBJJT C'X* ar-.tr aT.A1*a-*eS-'-'.*!:*?:~.:s'."l^f.-  at ir-or jc-AT-A* Jesse..:r...-.--,;  ..-���  ,��-.VaT  a._P/--r-.-  ��� _���#".�����n-_r---_r-Tst -TV.' t r.:  i.��,r��r_r--.-.---:��>.. ��,������,��##,*.**<��.*... Coast News, July 29. 1991  15.  Make this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  Financial fitness  LANDSCAPING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886-3412, Glbaone, B.C.  i  A  ���.  DM  ~mz"3 General Garden Maintenance  !*\ ���     Lawn Care ��� landscaping ��� Pruning  : <r\' 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 "i  (.llolnm Rnllin- . Planing J  ��� Beams       U^kJ  Cuslom Cutting - Pianino  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & "  Chris Napper 886-3488  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  ^Olbaona, B.C. von IVO  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call Ihe COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  f  J  I  Br,  buccaneer  Marina a Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 2i years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 8 C Ttiarmoglass iaxm. I/^U -' ���'  Cobra Boats now   am     i-*'.�����___���*��� j  In-Slack  l.__SWIJiV  HOMEOWNERS HELPLINE!  The Best Way To Get Stuff Done  886-4788  ANYTIME  CHAINSAWS'  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAIN8AW LTD  OMC  * Motel c. Campsites  ' Maiine Repairs  Salt Waler Licences   j^,    i  Water Taxi *W*W*r'  I... -ml Tackle        886-2266  ROST  DESIGNERS  RsaldenUal ��� Comnwrtial  InteriorDaalfa ��� F_mltur.Deaiim  Wolfd-nt Allan Hoat  ^n,����__iiw.  by Dale Eichar  General Manager  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  lhal kind of financial sha|>c  are yuu in? Is your cash How  firmly in hand, and is your  money working for you or is it  Hone before you know It?  Reforming linancial halms is  largely a matter of organization  and (ninniitment ll involves devoting a small aniouiil of lime  to considering income and expenses, in reducing overspending and in lire mi; up money for  savings and Investment pur  |xises  MEASURING YOUR NET WORTH  The first step in streamlining  your personal finances i.s to  measure your net worth, lhat is,  to weigh everything that you  own against what you owe.  Once you know where you  stand you have an accurate  means of determining whether  you have advanced or regressed  when you next review your finances six months or a year  down the road And you have a  good starting point for formulating future goals.  YOUR     MONTHLY     FINANCIAL  REQUIREMENTS  You will need to devote a  monlh or more to recording  your spending habits after  which you can construct a easli  flow worksheet summarizing  monthly income from all  sources and total expenses This  will include weekly fixed expenses such as groceries, transportation and personal care;  monthly fixed expenses such as  rem and utilities; annual fixed  expenses, including taxes, insurance, education, etc., divided  by 12. In a separate category is  discretionary spending such as  entertainment and gift allowance.  To put tills sheet together  you will need lo gather your  records from tlie past year: pay  stubs, cancelled cheques, credit  card statements, sales receipts,  tax returns and so on. Your intention is not to make tlie work  sheet balance, but to identify the  slow leaks that erode your income.  SHAPING YOUR BUDGET  Once you have a handle on  your cash flow you can  consider realigning your  spending lo match your financial goals. Some broad  guidelines are useful in  measuring how realistic you are  about spending  Financial counsellors suggest  lhat 6. per cent of your take-  home pay he allocated for fixed  expenses, thai is, living essentials. If your monthly family income is above average, fixed  expenses will probably he less  thun 6, per cent.  Another 20 per cent should  go to variable spending such as  household upkeep, recreation  or clothing And II) per cent  goes to insurance premiums,  properly taxes and savings  You're in good shape if III  per cent or less of your after-tax  income is going In pay credit  card and oilier charge account  bills. Otherwise you might waul  "FIVE POWERFUL  REASONS  TO GET A  MUTUAL RRSP  NOW"  [71 S_w with confidence -  121 Mutual hu highot credit rating  [j] New Loin Service - Up to  Ik! 12 months to reply  [j] Widerinrofiivingiind  In invwtment options  [SI -Vtnctive intern  IH rtcw  RH Trtn-fcr your RRSP to  uw Mutual ind get much more  DON'T DIUV.  KT VOUR (Wtf IT MARCH 1.  Th�� Mutual Group  Facinj Tomorrow.  Together  ft.  ^^^^^^^^^ ataaota  f.-_-a-l��_i Mutual _* oi c___a/Mi-ii_  '____�� *-.--olT-a>r_li-l_-_p  to make consolidation and reduction of debt a priority goal  Once you've set some realistic goals you need a way of disciplining yourself lo meet them  One way is in keep a budget  sheet, with forecasted spending  at the lop of ihe page and a  running balance to indicate  how close you come lo your  mark  Another way to accomplish  llie same end is lo establish a  "weekly draw" routine Total up  what your family requires to  live on for a week, plus a  weekly entertainment allowance and he prepared to  slick 10 ii You may find that  your target is unrealisiii ally low  and have m modify it in the first  few weeks hut once you have  lound a comfortable figure,  force yourself to live with it  TIPS ON SAYING  llie key lo successful savings,  say linancial counsellors, is lo  pay into your savings accounts  before you draw monthly expenses If you are planning a  holiday, new furnishings, or if  you're saving for lump sum  payment of taxes, set up a separate savings account and transfer a set sum from each pay-  cheque lo this account  If you are looking al saving  over the long term, money can  be accumulated in a demand  savings account and transferred  to llie appropriate savings vehicle al year end; to an RRSP, term  deposits, hoods, elc. Keep in  mind dial il is easier lo save lor  specific and tangible goals, so  tie your savings accounts to ipe-  cific aims.  One final point, whatever  your plan for shaping up your  financial condilion. make sure il  is flexible If you can't stick lo  your rigid plan you'll quickly  loose faith in your budgeting  abilities.  Fifty Years  1941-1991  In recognition of  B.C. DAY  we will be closed  on Saturday,  August 3  Pender Harbour  Bronchi  Box 28  Madeira Park. B.C.  V0N2H0  Tel: 883 9531  Sechelt Branch:  Box 375  Teredo Square  Sechell. B.C  V0N3A0  Tel: 885-3255  Glbmonst Branch:  Box 715  Kern's Plaza  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  Tel: 8868121  |SS|  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly -ibsons Pentecostal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday St hool             9:45 am  Morning Worship       11:00 am  Sunday Nighl  Evening Service             7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Office 886-7107  PASTOR Dan MacA-ley 886-7107  YOUTH PASTOR 1 Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies iif (.tn.itl.i  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy. 101 at North Rd. ��� 886-7410  Serving Gibsons �� -often- tree*  Wednesday- 10:30 am  Worship * Bible Sludy  Sunday- 10:30 am  Parish family Eucharist  Serving Gibsons _,  Roberts Creek  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  .Siii>_-y Worslnp Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road- Il:t5am  Simday s,hool- 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davll Flay Road and  Simpkins Kii.nl - 9:30 am  Sunday School ��� 9:30 am  Reverend Bert Ramsey  Church Telephone 886-2 M i  Q1&CE  ficxToitsm'P ��o_��<rrn-t/-*V  CHWRPH  Stut ��� It: Warn  St.,��_..;.,,<(-_-  .-.in  In Hemes  ill.   riXTuuhOffia  i.iiwtwmvT.*..  ....��.-�����tSISWmfi-ltSSnV  tjstfni'in Q1&CI  0         ANGLICAN  /t*       CHURCH  (a       ��f  \_��*/v    CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechell  8:00 am-9:30 am  St. Andrew's, render Harbour  11:30 am  We txtend A Warm Wehrtme To All  885-5019  Rev. Itrne Maflin Rev. Dan Gifioid  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  In Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechell  Sunday Services -11:00 am  A W,vm Invitation To All  Maw���MMMMMaaamMMMma,  Foi Information Please Call  885-2506 or 88S-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  ^JOUJRCH^  Mass Schedule  SATURDAY  5:00 pm, Sl. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm, St. Andrew's (Anglican)  Pender Hnrbuur  SUNDAY  6:30 am, Indian Reserve  9:30 am, Holy Family, Sechell  11:10 am, Sl. Mary's Gibsons  Telephone: 885-9S26  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes You To loin Us  In Sunday Wotsh  Children's Progress             9:45 am  Prayer                             10:00 am  Morning Worship Service  10:45 am  Wednesday                         7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  886-7049  Pastor Monty McLean 16.  Coast News. July 29, 1991  Community Futures boosts  -.-IH.-a-llllll  A variety of Community  Futures programs have hail an  appreciable effect on Ihe economy of ihe Coast in ihe lasl two  years In addition lo llie  Business Developmeni Hank.  Sharon Sawchuk, manager of  Community Futures, and Denise  Quarry, manager of the llusiness  Developmeni Centre, dcscrihcd  the Self Employment Incentive  Program which provides a gram  of $200 a week for up lo one  year to people on  Unemployment Insurance or  Social Assistance who are Interested in stalling a new business  To qualify for llie grain, participants are required lo make a  minimal personal Investment in  cash or in equity of tool-, Inventory or equipment; and complete an acceptable business  plan  So far. 4s aspiring entrepreneur- have taken advantage of Ibis program, and. of  these, fifteen have completed  Ihe year  "Il's a very successful pro-  Coast  economy  gram,' said Sawchuk.  "Vie are interested in people  who can start a business and  keep il going so il's a success after the gram is ended That's  vcrv important, we don't want  lo see a business fail after the  gram is no longer available  "The HIM. works with the  client in gei iheir business plan  together and make sure it's realistic and Iheir idea has some future earning potential If a person call start a business withnul  the gram, they're encouraged to  do so We're helping those  whilst' businesses would not get  Started at all If it were mil for  llie grant  "The majority of businesses  are service or craft's orienleil.  things which can be stalled  witli ven hide Investment The  crafts people are producing  some very line work, much of it  is gallery qualily. rather than  items lor the tourist markei.'  The businesses which have  been started under this program  cover a wide range of innovative concepts. Creative en  irepreneurs are now producing  and marketing everything from  Iridge magnets, stained glass,  jewelry ami canvas shopping  bags lo products made from  waste wood. Service businesses  include car care, repair sen ices,  esthetics, temporary office assistance and cuslom photographs  Willi ihe Federal llusiness  Developmeni Hank. Community  Futures co-sponsored a course  on small business management  for established businesses  whose owners needed expert  advice on a variety of business  practice-.  In conjunction with three local restaurants, they sponsored a  workshop for employees in Ihe  hospitality indusiry The managers of Pebbles, Hie Whart and  Continued tin page 20.  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  wmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmt  CALL NOW!  National Franchise  Opportunities Available  Retail Bay Sizes 600 sq. ft. Plus  * IGA PLUS  * WOOLWORTHS  * SEARS  For Information - Call Cheryl fS/lacKenzl-.  1-876-3199  SAVE  S*___-��=:  -^^M\ In-Stock  Kitchen  &  Bathroom Accessories  Slock Liquidation Sale  EVERYTHING MUST GO  Come In  And See Our Fine Selection Of  0 Bathroom  Towels, Vanity Sets, Soaps,  Oils, Curtains, Rings & Bars  0 Kitchen  Utensils, Pots, Pans, Glasses,  Bowls, Canisters  So tourism doesn't affect you?  by Ann Kirthaw  Sacrt.lt _ District Ckanktr tl  Conn-tree  ������a.st year a record $5.2  MILLION in tourism-related revenue was generated by over 23  million people who visited BC  and stayed overnight.  "Ah," you say, "but I run a  business lhat doesn't rely on  tourism, it's supported by ordinary people in the community.."  "Right," says I, "but most of  those ordinary people work in a  tourism related industry and if  Ihey don't have a good season,  they won't come and spend  money in your store That will  be the year that they don't buy  new furniture, appliances or  vehicles."  "OK, says you, "my parents  are retired, so why should they  be concerned about attracting  people to the Sunshine Coast?  They won't make any money  from it."  "Well," says I, "do they enjoy  the parks and tennis courts, bird  watching in the Marsh, concerts  at Rockwood, theatre in Raven's  Cry, the gift stores and the galleries, not to mention the low  residential taxes?"  "Sure," says you, "I guess if  we didn't encourage tourism  and didn't have lots of visitors,  we wouldn't have so many  stores to share the tax base, and  the residents would carry all the  tax load Right?"  "Right," says 1, "and if all the  folks who are involved directly  in tourism, like motels, hotels  and lishing charters, have a busy  year with visitors, they hire youi  children for summer jobs, and  part-time work. They, in lurn,  buy more clothing, records,  hooks etc , right in our community."  "OK. OK," you say. "I get the  message! What you are telling  me is that there isn't a single  business on the Sunshine Coast  that doesn't benefit either directly or indirectly from  tourism. Right?"  "You've got it!"  "Well, what can 1 do to  help?" says you.  "First of all, practice 'Good  Host' skills, arrange with the  Chamber of Commerce to have  your staff take the SiiperHost  Seminar. Participants learn how  to communicate effectively,  how to give accurate directions,  and how to welcome visitors  and make ihem want to return  "Support your Travel Info  Centre which is operated by the  Chamber. In I'.')I approximately ,.ll people a day will lie  directed to your stores or services by staff at the Info Centre.  Information about local attractions, accommodations and dining is distributed free of charge.  That is almost 14,000 people  who are made to feel welcome"  and encouraged lo spend more  lime in Sechelt."  That's some affect, isn't It?  Postal increase an insult  by Mle-itl Wyckt  Canada Post has done it  again. They did what they've  done every year for the past lour  years and eight out of the last  10: applied lo Cabinet for a  postal rate increase. Routinely,  when Canada Post petitions for  an increase it almost always receives an increase. It's a habit  which is becoming painfully  expensive for Canadians.  Specifically, the Crown corporation has asked for a two  cent increase (five per cent  hike) in regular letter mail as  well as increases of four to five  point seven per cent for nonstandard, oversize and commercial letter mail.  There are a lot of things one  can say about Canada Post's latest attempt to dig deeper into  the public's pockets. Slurs and  outrage aside, Tory politician  Felix Hnltmann and Liberal Don  Iloudria were among those  quick to voice strong objections  MAINSTREAM  la  i  ^p^j**1  ��Au_.  to tlie move. Holtmann, who  heads the Commons consumer  affairs committee, has urged  Cabinet to block the increase;  Iloudria says if the corporation  wants to find more money, it  should trim the fat within the  organization, such as in perks  for executives.  Business reaction to the pro  posed price hike was also swift  and neg-iive. Jim Bennett, vice  president and general manager  of the Canadian Federation of  Independent Business, says the  proposed increases fly directly  in the face of the federal government's stated commitment to  fight inflation.  "At a time when the govern-  Ill  -BBSS  mm  nm  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIB - HEMLOCK  886-7033  Open Dally 1-4  NORTH OAKS  767 North Road  Gibsons, B.C.  Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  ONLY 1 LEFT  $98,900  Buys you our last new two bedroom 1029 sq. ft.  home, with a bay window facing a private, fully  landscaped park. 5 appliances, oak cabinets,  soaker tub, 2 skylights, fenced back yard with  patio on sunny south side. Maintenance free  grounds. A truly comfortable lifestyle.  Pr.flr.fl 3 fc 4 atflrtina floonl  9&  For more information please call  Twin Oaks Development Corp., 886-4680  ment has taken positive steps by  restricting all government  spending increases to three per  cent and freezing cabinet ministers' salaries altogether, Canada  Post's actions are extremely offensive," llennett said.  "Lower inflation is achievable  only through consistent application of government policy. One  set of clearly staled rules, standards and objectives for  Canadians and a different set of  standards for Canada Post is  both insulting and unacceptable."  Canadians have been  "insulted" over the past 10 years  with first class postage stamp  increases totalling a whopping  26 cents. If this trend continues,  look for a soceni stamp in the  next three to four years, GST included (that's just for a first  class, regular sized envelope -  for other postal services the cost  will be even higher).  One of the few supporting  Canada Post and its actions was  liarvie Andre, minister of state  and government house leader.  Support may be an understate  ment, considering Andre's appearance on a nationally televised morning show where he  proclaimed: "Canada has the  best postal system in the world."  Nationalist rhetoric aside,  Andre's statement regarding  Canada Post's position in the  world of postal systems deserves  a closer look. The United States  Postal System (USl'S), for example, has six-day mail delivery,  Saturday post office hours and a  first class postage stamp costing  29 cents (even exchanged into  Canadian funds, the American  stamp is considerably less).  Unlike Canada Post, the US  postal management is not in the  continual position of having to  pay off their unions with excessive wage increases and benefits  in order to keep the mail moving. Andre says Canada has the  "besl postal system in the world"  - unfortunately, Andre's "best" is  clearly not good enough.  There's no question Canada  Post is the target of habitual criticism. Judging by their galling  request for yet another postal  rale increase, this habit will he  bard to break.  GUNNAR  Your Denturist  has retired & gone fishin'  STUART FL0CKHART  your new licenced denturist will  take over the Denture Clinic in  Sechelt.  5710 Teredo Square  Telephone 885-2633  I want to wish him all the best in  assisting you with your new  dentures, relines, and repairs.  To all my clients during these 13  years I'd Uke to say  THANK YOU  & KEEP SWUNG  GunnarAsiluinen  t-/s/-i^ ls\ili.eA.��^:A.e1i-,T.vi>1ij^V-- ���''.-��� *���/���  c A - *���?-?*��� C'0 -nn e.\.�� jr.  ���AV.--��  -.  ,.-.-���   -.-.:  ;:������  :���'.:���  I :'���    ':  ':' T.S   .-'. -,fs *. 0 ��?\  ���"*'."' X ... r. t.-fFsfesss.._  aM��  ^ Coast News, July 29, 1991  17.  CLASSIFIED  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  HomM ft Proparty  CM-ariaa  Im II ii in ii ill  Thank Vou  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Announoenieni  VVedd-ige * ErtgarpnientSi  Lost '  PtU �� Lh-nlock  Music  Traval  Garage Salei  Barter-Trade  For Sale  Heavy Equipmant  Autos  Trucks  Campari  -���MUltr__sl  W_-t__toHent  BadtBraaklast  EorHant 32. Work Wantod  Entortalnr-aflt 33. Child Care  Hf^pW*"**! 34 ButinetiOpportunitiei  B-_i-aw_H_rneS��rvio>. 35. Legal     ^^  DROP OFF YOUR  THI SUNSHINE.  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Herbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-288.  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Helfmoon Bay  B-J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5S21 Cowrla Straat 885-3830  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-8721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPOROUND 885-5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2822  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  $  ONE WEEK  4  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  for 10 words  (Births, Losl &  Found FREE)  29 otitt* for Mchaddtttonal word  7% GST  musl be  added lo all  our prices  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Wsa and Mastercard Accepted  SUM SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $1S up to 10 word.  $1 ������oh additional word  Your ad, featuring 1 Hem, will run 4 consecutive weeks, than will be  cancelled unless you Instruct us to renew It by noon f *  Not available lor commercial adverrlsera.  CLASSIFIED  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  QIBSONS 888-2822 SECHELT 885-3830  QIBSONS FAX 8B8-7725 SECHELT FAX 885-3854  Available lor public use  REZON-NGSEIPJICE  Barter lor pay w  hourly rate  Pender Harbour view lol, serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095.       ��_0sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, private, no reas. offer  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. ��_0sr  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your offer. 886-2694.  *24sr  Lol 23 Central Rd.. 50x105.  view, level. 3 km to terry.  8721064. <_0sr  Drive up Trail Ave., pasl the  arena _ discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout. These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready for your dream home.  Signs on property. Priced from  $25,000 up. ��_1s  MUST SELL  3 bdrm., 3 balh, spectacular  view. Beautiful sunsels. Close to  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. tt. 883-9418.  988-4310. ��21ss  Privale only, acreage wantedl  Port Mellon to Roberts Creek.  Raw land with services avail, or  fixer upper home _ land.  886-7655. ��29ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths, 1400 sq. ft., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at  Veterans Rd. 886-8415.    ��30ss-  Gibsons, Gower Point choicest  .waterlront, panoramic view, Vi  'acre. 581-2904 (Surrey).   ".Oss  Service lot, $29,900 lirm.  Chamberlin _ Central Rd., Gibsons. 886-9049. ��30ss  Large view lot, Gale Ave. South,  Sechelt. Cleared, underground  services, $39,000. 885-7365.  _.,  ��30  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOGUE  5.86 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  685-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll Free 684-8016  ft acre Sechell Inlet. Boal access, crown lease with option lo  purchase. $900. 1-539-2532.  ���30  3 bdrm., 10 acres, solar. water-  wheel power, Roberts Creek,  $150,000.240-9970. ��30  2 bdrm. home, garage, barn, 1  acre on Redroolls Rd., $135,000.  1-984-6347. ��31  Mature couple seeks home on  rental-purchase by Sept. 30th.  NC, NP, NS. Reply to Box D, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons  BC. <_o  Lol 28 in beautllul Bonniebrook  Heights subdivision. Lot is 66' x  166'. Gibsons area, 15 mins.  Irom lerry. All oilers considered.  886-7581. ��32  Sacrilice near - acre on sunny  Keals Island - beach access, asking $15,000 open lo offers.  Owner, 275-8507. ��32  3 bdrm., 1750 sq. It., 2 storey  home in Sechelt village. Phone  885-7008. ��32  By owner, 4 bdrm. possible  duplex. 2 lull bath, double garage  with workshop, 650 sq.ft.,elect.  _ oil lurnace. Presently rented lor  $1410. Upper Gibsons, asking  $123,000. Call 886-2226.     '32  Almost Vi acre lot, level, cleared,  great location. 885-5693.     '33  By owner, ocean view, sunny W.  Sechelt, 2 blocks to elementary _  stores, 1 block Irom bus line. 3  bdrm. 2 baths, basement suite, 2  red brick fireplaces with Fisher  inserts, great yard _ neighbours,  newly carpeted . painted, asking  $132,000,885-5821. '31  Sechelt Viae.  By owner, 2 storey house, 2  bdrms. up, 1 down, large front  rm,, plus Hied rec. rm. Large  landscaped fenced yard,  greenhouse, trull trees, plus  PowerSmart. 885-7429.      em  <MMSTn  NilL 8ANOV  CallMer����Ma-iall.a-all-i  or Your Piapaily  Call Anytime  KES. t_~.ll.       VAN. TOLL  __S.I-t_IO;   n___l|-_|4  Gray; Evan _ Kim proudly announce the arrival of Matthew  Alton Scott, a brother lor Jennifer. Born July 18,1991 at 1:40  pm. weighing 7 lbs. 15 ozs. in  Powell River General Hospital  Happy Grandparents are Chuck _  Olive Green ot Powell River .  Dennis & Jean Gray of Sechell.  ���30  ALCOHOLICS AN0NVM0US  885-2896. 886-3463.  TFN  HELEN  ANITA  JOHNSON  |i,isst'tl .i-.is iii.r.fully mi  luly I, al MSA. Hospital,  .Mmisfmil after . lenriihY  illness,. Burn Niiv. ,, I .1.1  in .tlm<inli>n,AII-.la.  Survived by her loving,  husband    Oscar; nf  Langdalf.son Raymond  Maihnn A family of  Clearbnttlk, B.C., soil  Dennis Mai linn - family of  North Vamouvcr, sisler  Rita Sdi.iffi' in California,  sister Minnie Gunn of  Vancouver, sisler Francis  towns of Penlklon, sisler  Evelyn        Bedard of  Edmonton, 4 grandsons, I  granddaughter & 1 infant  great granddaughter Eliza  Ann M.u him, 11 weeks.  Funeral Mass al SI. Alines  Catholic Church,  Abholsford on luly HI.  Cremation. Donalions to  Canadian Cancer Sociely  sincerely appreciated.  CHAMBERLAIN: Passed away  July 20. 1991, Eveline  Chamberlain, late of Roberls  Creek, in her 91st year. Survived  by a sisler in England, cousins,  grand-nephews, and good  Iriends in this area. No service by  request. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. ��30  PETERSON: Passed away July  23. 1991, Les Peterson, late ol  Vancouver and formerly ol Gibsons, in his 74th year. Survived  by his loving family: wife, Iva:  sons: Dale and wife Terry of New  Westminster; Harry, ol Vancouver; 2 brothers: Walter, ol  Victoria; Norman, ol Gibsons;  sisters-in-law: Adeline. Joan,  June and Rita: and other family  members. Predeceased by a  brother, Bill. A memorial service  was held Friday. July 26 in the  chapel at Shaughnessy Hospital.  Private cremation arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.  Cremated remains to be Interred  In Seaview Cemetery. Remembrance donations may be made to  a charity of choice. ��30  H0STLAND: Passed away July  25, 1991, George Bernard  Hostland, late of Gibsons, age 86  years. Survived by 2 daughters:  Lottie Campbell, of Gibsons;  Kathy Tolley, ol Fort MacLeod,  Alia; 2 sons: Morris and George,  ol Gibsons: 11 grandchildren; 19  great-grandchildren; 1 sister,  Lottie Johnston, ol Fort MacLeod,  Alta. Predeceased by his wile  Alma Dorothy. Funeral service  was held Sunday, July 28 In the  chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home.  Gibsons, Rev. Stephen Rlgby officiated. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. ��30  MELTON: Victor H. (Dick)  Melton, passed away July 26.  1991. at Sechelt, age 92 years.  Survived by his loving wile of 67  years, Yvonne; daughter Muriel  and husband Frank Daly, of Gibsons; son Don and wife Peg. ol  Winnipeg; nieces and nephews;  and dear Iriends Helen and  Margaret. Funeral service Monday. July 29 at 1:00 pm In SI.  Mary's Catholic Church. Gibsons, Rev. Angelo DePompa ol-  delating. Inlermenl Seaview  Cemetery. In lieu ol Ilowers.  remembrance donations may be  made lo a charity ol choice.  Devlin Funeral Home. Directors.  ���30  6.   Personal  jfrrmt  Do you need some Information to  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Information Service  185-9811; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman In an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call trie Sunshine Coait TriflS.  t-ti Houn lor confidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  nana tarn one ol Vancouver's  leading psychic readers will be  back on the Coast Augusi 1,2,3.  For appointment please call  886-3224. ��30  la  Peace  a-tPj  State of V        J  Mind? ���^  Oime to  UNITY CHURCH  Sunday, Aug. 4  11:00 am  Bella Beach Motel  Davis Hay  For informiilion  886-9194  Does someone In your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  866-9903. 685-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  Phone us today about our selection of beautilul personalized  wedding  invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts . Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  disfunclional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 for help.  NC  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore PaintsI  Environment  Friendly Pelnta  In All  Colours Ol   -  Ihe Rainbow,  Including Green H  Female miniature orange . grey  Persian. Green eyes, no collar,  Chaster Rd. area. Answers to  Sass. 886-7724. ��30  Tabby cat. Answer to name Sim-  ba. Lower Gibsons area.  886-4854. ��3_  Black  _  white lemale  cat.  Hopkins Landing area. Boots was  wearing a pink collar. 886-8905.  ���30  , Reward for information about  missing halt ot dark green sectional chesterfield. Other hall  lound In waler outside cabin on  May 4th at Carlson Creek.  885-5523. ��30  Small grey Eelskin change purse,  possibly Lower Gibsons or Super  Valu. 886-9617 '30  Little black cat with while Irani _  lour white paws _ more white on  left leg, while on tummy. Lost  Irom Gibsons Animal Hospital.  Gibsons. He has a Ilea collar with  name "Tippy" and phone  number. Reward. 666-3888. '31  Grey . white cat, In area ol Payne  _ Hwy. 101. Last seen wearing  white collar . name tag Tippy.  Please call 686-7313. Reward.  ���30  Seima Park commuli' nde to  6:20 lerry Monday - Friday, will  share expenses. 885-7737.  ��32  735 Winn Road, behind Gibsons  Post Ollice, Sal., Aug. 3.  10-2pm. -30  Aug.  3rd.  Place.  9-2.  1310 Judith  ���30  Sat. . Sun., Aug. 3.4. 9-3.  662 School Rd., large selection  household, antiques, tools, bldg.  supplies ���30  4 lamily yard sale. Sat. . Sun.  Aug. 3 8 4. 10-3, 926 North Rd.   ��30  1102 Reed Rd.. Sat. Aug 3 .  Sun Aug. 4.10-4. "30  17 cu. It. frost free tridge, working. $150.886-8329. '30  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Garden Bay Hotel and Marina  Pub open lor lunch and dinner.  Entertainment nightly. Restaurant  open 5 pm. Gift shop, marina and  boat   rentals.   883-2674  883-9919. ��_3  "Do Your  Summer Fashions  Need A Boost?"  Boutique Fashions  Being Sold Out Of My  Home. Mon., July 29  to Wed., July 31,10  am to 8 pm, Thurs.,  Aug. 1,10-4.  Something For  Everyone. Petite To  Extra Large  Drop in At 14*0  Kenslngscon md.,  W. Sechelt or  Call IIS-26.6.  Real Estate Inspection Service  Investigate before you invest!  Comprehensive written report on  Insulation, rooting, plumbing,  electrical, chimney, structural  foundation and Infestations.  886-8585. ��32  HORSESHOE BAY PARKINS  Monthly ��� Call 925-3012  ���33  -NDISPOSABLES'  Fitted Cotton Diapers  AI��A.-rl_M-  . Crib . Changing Pads  . Nursing Pads  . Breathable _ Waterproof  Nylon Panls  . Designer Patterned Nylon  Pants  . and many other baby  product-  Child's lanny pack at Secret  Beach In Gibsons. 886-2)17  weekends. ~3o  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAVNE.  Also lull line of bird seed  And much more.  Ouality Farm _ Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons,  866-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  DAHLIAS  LILIES  Summer  blooming  perennials  9tOO _m to 5tOO pm  rio--- aeon, a, t___.  MELVILLE  COTTAGE  GARDENS  1685 Tyson Rd , Serf), tt  (North oil II. v 101 brtwm,  ^        l_UI _ Hr..-..)        .  Help reduce the  population problem  neuter your pet.  pet  over-  ��� spay or  NC  All Horseshoeing Service  Experienced, dependable,  prompt. Phone 1-978-1920. ��3  Rabbits for sale. Flemish giant  cross Chincllian giants.  886-9500. ��26ss  P/B English Angora bunnies;  reds _ choc. Also, breeding pair  chocs. 885-7083 Leslie.      ��30  Misc. English horse tack; 23 inch  men's Appo road bike, like new.  886-8522. "30  Peacocks, Hens,  sale. 886-7727.  _ Chicks for  ���31  Sheepdog X puppies, to good  homes. 883-2952.  HAY MOO/Ba-  WlH-e Oats $5.00/50 lbs.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  S3.S0/lra-  Phone 885-9357  ���TFN  Cedar Shekel any size. Will  custom cut. 885-5669 or  885-5601. TFN  Game Boy with 3 game battery  pack & View Boy, $140 obo.  885-4650. ��3t  Nintendo with Metal Gear & Nes  Advantage, Four Score . cleaning kit, $140 obo 885-4650. '31  Browning BT99 shotgun c/w 2  barrels, case. F A.C.Required,  $500.886-8329. '30  Kenmore washer . dryer, $150  ea. or $250 pr.; Holpoinl sell-  cleaning electric stove, $450;  Whirlpool System 2000 Iridge,  $700,886-7371. ��31  8 pee. bdrm. suite, (twin beds),  golden oak linish, $695; genuine  'sleepy hollow' chair, $65; padded rocker chair, $60; adjustable  'la-z-boy' recliner _ ottoman,  $100; typewriter/TV table, locking castors, two leaves, $50;  Zenith Space Command 14" colour TV, remote control, like new,  sacrilice $250, cost $499; exercise bike, $50. Phone 886-9619  eves 5-7 pm.  ��3t  New 3 Ion engine hoist,  knockdown style. $500 Cosl  $1200.885-2544 "__sr  Fresh prawns available.  $4 50/lb Call 686-8615    TFNs  Solid pine modern bed frame.  double size. $250 060  886-2417 ��30  Sony Camcorder, 8mm. good  cond.. 1 yr. old. $550. 886-2077  Ive. msg. *30  TROPICAL FISH  ��� ALL TYPES ��� FANCY ���  Large Angels  Breeding Pairs  886-9890  ���31  34 Colliers Encylopedias, Includes bookcase, $300; BBO  -Ige. auto rottisery & tank. $200;  Long brown couch. $150:  dresser, 4 Ige. 4 sm. drawers.  $75; Single bed _ headboard.  $50; small china cabinet. $30.  Dresser vanity, kitchen table &  leal, 886-7370. "30  Camper canopy, 5th wheel hitch,  waterbed. single bed, high boys,  dry lire wood. 886-2637.     ��30  Speed Queen automatic washing  machine, gd. cond.. $135.  883-9650 eves.. 266-7478 Ivs.  msg. ��30  Fresh cherries sold at stand daily  on Hwy between Seima Park _  Sechelt. $1 per lb. Orders taken  tor canning or treezing. Watch lor  our apricots, peaches _ plums.  885-7855. ��30  Omega 500. 2 disc drives, color  stereo monitor, printer ace. Lots  of software, $950 885-6239.-30  Complete set ol diving gear. Like  new, $500.885-4818. ��3I  USED RAILWAY TIES  For Retaining Walls  686-8204  Bullet hutch, 26" RCA TV, couch  _ chair, la-z-boy chair (beige),  twin bed with bookcase headboard, microwave stand, bar  unit, stereo stand, curtains.  885-6025. ".0  2  male  Shar-Pei  886-8571.  pups.  Call,  ���30  SPCA FOR ADOPTION  Seven monlh Bouvier Retriever X,  female. Young Sheperd X, male.  Cats and cute kittens. 885-3447.  ��30  Call Kathy Reid 885-7326  Astrologer Jill Klrby  Consultations by appt.  Classes for beginners.  886-7930  ���31  Shiatsu, Accupressure. pain  reliel and stress reduction. Phone  Jerry 885-3233 lor appt.      ��30  A good 20 tl. wooden extention  ladder: I H/P gas generator  (cutel); a good brass propeller  (14-R21); a new pup tent _ great  new baskets. Come & check It all  oul. For Olde Times Sake, Sandy  Leach, Prop. 886-6261.       "30  NEED  HELP?  ��� Resumes  ��� Oflice Relief  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  WE find Ihe people  YOU get the lob done  WESTCOAST  WORKFORCE  ������������S7S*  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Near new Sonn piano. Beautilul  sound, $1900 OBO. 886-7561.  ��55ss  Old-style Hammond upright  piano. Solid wood, good cond..  $2000.886-8286 "30  Ceramic  moulds.  886-4743.  $2  $20.  ���31  Boys Norco BMX bike, fits 6-10  yr. old, $50.885-9620.       <32  Large upright freezer, good  working cond., $100; couch,  chair _ otto, good cond., $200.  886-8955. ��30  65 gal. Hexagon fish tank, stand  _ 330 Magnam filter, $275; wood  heater, $150; 2 - 1001b propane  tanks, cross over . regulator,  $100.886-9062 alter 5 pm. ��30  King size waterbed, 6 drawers,  waveless mattress, heater, $325.  885-9336. ��32  Stlhl chalnsaw. 16" bar, good  cond. $175.886-9441.      ��30  ���34  BUYING  and selling  -coins, gold,  silver,  .     bank notes  Heavy duty electric log splitter,  19" stroke, trailer trame. $2500  obo. 937-5847. ��30  New tandem utility car trailer  complete with 4-wheel electric  brakes, ramps, etc. $2600.  866-3699 ph. aft. Aug. 1st.   '30  2 single beds complete with box  springs, exc. cond., $65 each.  886-2495 after 4 pm. ��30  Salmon canner, plus metal tins &  Instructions, $85; Magic Chel  grain grinder, new $550 ��� will  sell, $225. 885-7429. ��32  Brand new hide-a-bed couch.  $650. 885-7461, 886-8787 alter  3 pm. "32  9 pee. Pearl drum kit, Savlan  cymbals. $1000 obo. 886-3627.  ���31  Scavenger Cruise Hunt, Aug. 11  Entries at Intra Travel, Sechelt.  885-5885. ��30  Top $ paid lor any military items,  lirearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. *33  Road worthy scooter, moped or  motorcycle. Older models OK.  883-9177, $200 approx.      ��30  Child's mini brlx building set.  886-2147. ��31  1 small slutted white rabbit  around lower Gibsons. Sentimental value. Collect, 725-2083. ��30  Commute Capilano College, North  Van., beginning Sept. 2. Call  Alice 886-3277. ��31  Large greenhouse, moveable;  hide-abed; Chevy 4x4 needing  engine with good body  885-9282. "32  One satellite dish with decoder.  $1500; couch _ chair. $200;  grandpa Fisher woodslove, $450.  668-2796 ��32  Moving to prairies. Dry suit,  whites, used once. $650; windsurfer fastboard _ sail. $600.  886-7115. "32  Double bed. trame. boxsprlng  mattress _ headboard; landscaping ties; octagan table; new  Fisher Price baby monitor _ baby  swing; 5 cu. It. tridge.  885-1946. "33  King size four poster knotty pine  waterbed, $400 obo. 866-8862.  TFNs  Almond Iridge, $395;  dishwasher, $75; power pole &  .replace Insert, marble vanity  top. 883-2687. ��32  As new, hardtwist carpeting,  suitable lor cottage/rec room. Otters. 885-5729. ��32  RASPBERRIES  U-PICK  Or Orders Taken  886-2932  ��32  Airtight stove. $60; 0. waterbed.  $100; large dresser/mirror. $90:  Viking washer dryer. $150 ea. or  both $250; microwave. $60: free  chesterfields/chairs, books,  skis, boots, etc 886-4784 alt. 7  pm. '30  Chesterfield: chair; rattan rug,  72"; new londue sel . escargol  set; Singer sewing machine,  library ol geographic books; apple corer; photographic equipment: Jeannette sel. Gd. cond  885-9597. '32  (2) twin beds, $125 ea.; oak  nighl table, $150; sel ol en  cyclopedias. $125 886-2900 all  6 pm. ��32  Holpoinl washer . dryer, matching set, exc. cond.. $550  685-4087. ��30  2 pee. sola set. floral earth tones.  $180 OBO; Sears-o-pedic single  box spring/mattress, $65 OBO  Both clean . good cond.  886-3526.327 Skyline.       "30  BARK  MULCH  lor landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, elc.  Trucking to be  paid by customer  Also available:  CEDAR chips  Phone MS-70 43  (1 to 4 pm)  .. 18  Coast News, July 29, 1991  18   For Sale  NINTENOO-SEGA  Sales -Rentals-Trades  NEW & USED  Ma  BUD-UK'S  Video & Musi.  885-48M  104 Teredo Sq. Sechelt  Antique china cabinet, wooden  folding clothes rack, baby wicker  basket Phone 886-8968.     ��30  Moving - musl sell. Mitsubishi  50" video screen _ projector,  asking $1500. Phone evenings.  Aug 4-8 only. 883-2134      '30  24 II travel trailer, 1966, good  project (needs workl. new tires.  $700 or Irade for small boal  Automotive shop parts washer  large like new. $300. 885-9262.  '32  Penlax 645/80-160 zoom 120  B.ck & exlras Mini condition.  886-4886 '33sr  Sklar-Peppler hide-a-bed. $250  OBO; yellow cedar cradle. $175.  rowing machine. $150, queen  futon, 7Vi" mattress _ cover,  $110 886-8362 LIKE NEW   '30  300 sq. It F/G Deck kit: used  rugs, 12x39 & others, steel  garage doors. 8x18'; king size  beds, wood mast 8, boom lor 18'  boal. Phone eves. 886-7668 '30  Browning auto rifle 308 win cal  wilh 2 ��� Redfield as new. $575  obo. 886-7591. '32ss  17-30' seasoned _ peeled lir  logs. 885-2630 all 6 pm.     '31  1 Aploo canister style Electrolux  vacuum wilh power head. $75.  885-4740. "31  w  ' TOP  ssss  PAID FOR  VOUR CD'S,  TAPES _ RECORDS  Must be In  good condition  MAX MUSIC  116-3453  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abei Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  '70 Dodge Dart slant 6 Runs  well, parts avail.. $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slanl 6.  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000 886-3841. "22sr-  1977 Ford Econoline Van. P/S.  P/B. $550 OBO. 886-3641. ��24s  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO.  883-9234 "27SS  79 Pontiac Sunbird. runs. $200  OBO 885-5692. "30ss  1982 Toyota Tercel, exc. cond  $2900 obo 886-7738 c  886-2833 *28ss  79 Merc. Monarch. 2 door  coupe, 302 auto, P/W  P/Moon/R etc New brakes, all  round good cond., $800  886-8894 '30  1986   Plymouth   Reliant,  maintained, 885-7575.  76 Volvo stalionwagon, $1200.  885-3849 ��30  Thermos,  30,000  BTU.   BBU,  three  shelves,   propane tank,  $175 like new. Call 885-4740.  '31  Wanled: Old wooden windows _  Iwo screen doors. 886-3158  eves. "31  Raltan table. $40; 3 drawer desk.  $25; 5 gal. oulboard gas tank,  metal. $20; waler skiis. gd.  cond. Phone 886-9346 alt. 4:30  ���29s  11 yr. old Kenmore vacuum, new  molor Nov. 90. $125; lace  tablecloth lor round table; car  tape deck, $125; London Fog  ladies' winter coal, size 14, dark  brown, lined $75. Ph 886-3221  all. 6 pm. '31  Couch, loveseal, collee table, 2  end tables, gd. cond.. $500.  885-2291 work. 885-6465 home.  '31  Will buy non-working Iridges and  stoves 885-7897. '31  Viking 30" coppertone. sell-  clean slove, $359: Gurney white.  30" slove, $349; Gurney  Chalelet 30", HG slove. $389;  Kilchen id Superba buill-in  dishwasher, lop ol Ihe line.  $379; Gurney 16cu.lt. 2-dr., FF  Iridge, Harvest Gold, very nice.  $449: Weslinghouse 16 cu. It.  2-dr. FF very nice. $439; 30"  Speed Queen Chatelet 30" almond slove, $429; and more, all  reconditioned. Guaranteed lor 90  days lo 2 yrs. Corner cupboard.  885-4434 or 885-7897.        '31  Plastic 45 gal. barrels. $5 & $7:  25 lb. galvanized Danlorth an-  cho>, $30 Household items. 25  cents & up Also lur coals _  lashlon clothing, girls 10 8 ladies  12, 50 cenls lo $1.00. Also  costumes. 886-2512. ��32  22 cu. tt. deep Ireeze, $125  886-3755 '31  8' chestertield & love seal. $175  & $125; 19' Lightning on trailer  needs painl & masl. $350: 76  Aspen. 61,800 orig. mil., needs  waler pump and brakes, $350;  used tires, various sizes. $10  ���$25. Phone 886-7668 eves   '31  19. Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT _  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  BSB-IS38  TFN  25 HP diesel 4-WD Ford tractor,  front knder, (00 Im. 110,000.  885-4832. ��30  Bulldozer  1953  OZ Cal,  gd.  cond, $6000.883-2929.     "30  84 Volvo 244 GL Turbo. 4 spd..  wilh overdrive. P/S, P/B,  P/Locks/Wind./Ant AM/FM  cassette wilh 4 speakers. Exc.  cond. reg servicing $7200  886-7653 '30  '69 Ford Falcon, 2 dr., 6 cyl.  aulo $800 886-3291.        "30  Estate sale 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape Offers.  886-3306 ��31ss  1987 Volvo 740 Station Wagon,  low mileage, all options. 3rd seat,  extra set ol tires - perfect lamily  car. $18,900. 886-2963.      '30  1984 Nissan Micra. 53.000 km..  lady driven, exc. cond . $3800  obo. 886-2984. ��31  1986 Ford Taurus, all options.  new tires, 75,000 km. 885-2777.  ��32ss  1980 VW Rabbit, new clutch,  rebuilt motor, exc. cond., $2800.  885-6108. "31  1980 T-Blrd. P/S, P/B, A/C,  C/C, lair cond.. good lires,  886-7335. ��31  1979 Acadian aulo., exc. work  car. $600. 886-8955. "30  '84 Honda Bivic 1500S. 5 spd.  s/root. lilt, am/lm cass.. nice  car. $5500 lirm. Pay no GST.  885-5948 eves "30  1989 Toyota Tercel DX. 5 door,  exc.   cond..   34.000   kms .  Michelin tires, $8500 886-2417.  ���30  87 Mustang 5L LX H/B, 22.000  kms. Cruise, T.Tops. slereo,  louvres, warranty 885-7280  eves. ��30  87 Chevy Cavalier S/W. Low  kms. exc. cond.. $5995 OBO  886-7041 '30  1979 Buick Regal, very good  cond.. $2500 886-8286      '30  1979 Honda Civic. New CV joints  timing belt In last year Good  cond , $500. 865-2608.       '30  Dependable Used Cart  Centurion Auto Sales  5645 Whart. Sechelt  Mike Plimiey. 885-4004  ���30  1983 Volkswagon Rabbit GTI.  California car. (no bullet holes)  154.000 freeway miles, orig.  paint, garage kept, sunrool, loaded, shuttle deck, white  w/burgundy Interior. $5000.  Phone 886-7214. TFNs  1972 Ford LTD, 2 owners, exc.  cond. $1500.886-8866.  '31 ss  1980   Renault  886-2840.  LeCar,  $200.  ���30  1978 Bronco 4X4. P/S. P/B.  body exc shape. Strong truck,  runs well. $3500 886-8441  '30  1982 White Dodge van. 6 cyl., 4  spd.. insulated, exc. cond..  $4000 - great tor camping  and/or work 885-5406 eves. "32  MUST SELL  1964 Nissan 4x4 Kingcab.  $4500.886-7115. "32  CAMPER VAN  1976 Chev. camperized 350  auto, mechanically A-1, sink,  icebox, bed. cupboards, stereo.  120 volt. 12 volt, decent body _  painl. needs nothing. $1400  886-7227 TFN  1983 F150 4x4, 6 cyl. 4 spd .  $5500 886-7842 alter 5 pm. ��32  '87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome. exc.  cond. 886-8481. ��23sr  1989   camperetle.  885-5492.  $800  ���28SS  1975 Prowler 20 It., reasonably  good shape, asking $5000.  886-7097 alt 5 pm.        ��34ss  WANTED: Travel trailer. 20' or  less. Preler Big Fool or  Travelaire. Phone 886-7322. "30  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van. 3-way  Iridge. stove, furnace, toilet,  sink, $7300. 886-3306.    ��31ss  13 Scamper trailer, clean, gd.  cond. $2500. 886-3222.  ��31ss  Vanguard 8 tt. overhead 3-way  Iridge, lurnace, slove. hyd.  jacks, $2400. 685-4832.      '30  27' -1977 5th wheel trailer, lully  equipped. $11,800 obo.  886-7488. ��31  '87 Nissan Sentra, 2 dr., 5 spd..  49.000 Kms, blue with gray interior, $5500. Exc. cond.,  926-8595. No GST. ��30  '87 Nissan Sentra. 4 dr., auto..  A/L. P/S, P/B, 59,000 kms..  exc. cond.. new tires _ brakes.  $5950 in Horseshoe Bay.  926-8595. No GST. ��30  '85 Nissan Sentra Deluxe, 2 dr.,  5 spd., 74,000 kms., well maintained, good shape. $4200.  926-8595. No GST. ��30  1981 Buick 3.6 L, V6 engine .  turbo 350 transmission. 01-  fenhauser manifold Carter 400  CFM 4 barrel carb. Iskendraln  cam. balanced, needs rebuild.  $200 complete. 886-2541.   ��30  New tandem utility car trailer  complete wilh 4 wheel electric  brakes, ramps, etc. $2800.  886-3699 ph. aft. Aug. 1st.  "30  1962 Chevy Scooter. One owner,  very low mil., 21,000 km,  $2900.885-9064.886-4698. '31  1988 Ford Muslang. 1 owner,  47,000 kms., $7200. 886-7955.  ���31  1981 Lada auto., recenl checkup,   new   battery,   starter.  686-2361.  '31  '80 Civic, $1500. 885-7744.  '31  1962 GMC S-15. 4 cyl. engine.  manifold. 4 spd. transmission  50.000 kms.. needs head  gasket. $200,886-2541.  1928 Ford Model 'A', 75% complete. Partly dissassembled.  Ready lor restoration. $1000.  886-2541. ��30  1987 Dodge Coll, PS, PB, woman  owner, $5200. 885-7429.     ��32  SAVE:  20-80% :  COASTLINE i  ���USED AUTO PARTS;  'Ammrn Engines _bb-_b _  4 cyl. irom $199 ���  6 cyl Irom S2TS I  V-8 lromS299       2  "Mechanic On D-ty1";  lowest ftiCBS _  -.raiun-navauu      Z  All Pans Bag I Smal -  vnu, Ca_.elois Re-all Fiom (59  ��� IITI        ^^  :WS_7  -lam  1965 Ponliac Cuslom Sport, 2  dr.. hardtop, rebuilt327-350 HP  Immac. Interior $2300.  886-2694 >_4sr  1979   Camaro,  $3000. 883-9165  shape.  '23sr  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good. $1900 OBO 883-9165  *23sr  1987   Camaro,   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond.. or trade lor  best backhoe. $8500.866-7013.  ���Ms  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B. $550 OBO. 886-3641. *_4s  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207 ��33ss  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 lor the  set, with covers, 886-9500  anyiime. "23sr  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old, lowered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value, $15,000 or  trade up/down lor Toyota 4 Run  ner or equivalent. 886-2694.  "_5ss  '53 Ford sedan, 1 running, 1 for  parts. 886-7727. ��31  1978 4-dr LTD. New battery .  starter, fri. _ bk. brakes, very  gd. running cond.. $300 obo.  886-2956. ��30  73 Austin Mini, plus spare running motor, $500 takes it all away.  Karen 885-9534. ��30  1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme,  $600 obo. 886-8862.        TFNs  1978 Toyota Corolla. Gd. working  cond, 885-9610. "30  1981 Buick Centery LTD. 96.000  kms, all power, immac. $3900  obo. 885-5410. ��32  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parts only 885-2207.       ��33ss  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl., 4  spd., limited slip, good cond.,  $8500.685-5444. ��28s  1962 Chev. <h ton pickup. Runs  okay, $600.885-7029.     ��32ss  "HIAB PROPANE"  73 GMC 7 ton 18' steel deck,  366 V8. 5 spd.. on propane  HIAB, 550 crane with extention  outriggers. Comes with 2 speed  rear _ 1 ton spring packs. $5800  OBO. 886-7227. TFN  1983 Bronco XLT 302 aulo,  48,938 highway miles, $6500.  883-2465. ��32  1990 F150 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT, 17,000 kms., Lariat,  fully loaded & extras, $20,500.  886-3767. ��30ss  1972 Ford - Ton P/U, canopy,  some rusl. runs well, $600.  885-9089. ��30  79 Ford F250 4x4. 351, 4 spd.,  am/lm cass.. very clean. Great  cond , $5000 885-5948 eves  no  '89 S10 canopy box liner, 22,000  kms . $7900. 885-9223.      ��30  79 GMC bus. 18 It. new motor,  asking $4000. Exc. shape.  886-7727. "31  1979 27'Holidaire Travel Trailer,  $8000 - good cond., 883-2962.  ���32  17- ft. Travelaire, fridge, stove,  toilet, sleeps six. Asking $2500.  Located at Lot 74, Wilson Creek  Campground. "31  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition    Lowes   Resort,  883-2456 TFN  Vest There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  EZ-Loidtr Traitors Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. TFN  W.8. Sutherland Mat md Service. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser _ Yanmar 883-1119.  TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duty  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towposl. heater, view  Smitty's Marina, $3200 (otters).  886-2567 ��28ss  22' Sangster, 302. V8.888 Merc  leg. motor rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard top. trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. "22ss  KCN.IT I  IITI.  i mn  MCMMC    M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  JttttL  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very last and in top condilion.  surveyed value $8500. Otters _  trades considered. 886-2738.  ��32sr  F/G boal. trailer. 6 HP, 0/B, gas  lank. Complete, $600.  885-2965. ��32sr  22 lool Sangster twin Volvo legs,  lots ot extras, $3900 OBO.  886-9741. "30ss  Highliner trailer, like new, 1000  Kg, 14" tires. $1700 OBO.  886-3001. ��30ss  "WANTED"  Welded aluminum dinghy. Good  cond., 883-9380. "30  31 ft. Sundowner trailer, good  shape, complete with awning, air  conditioning, microwave. $9800.  886-3699 phone alt. Aug 1st. "30  1975 certified motor home Chevy  Van 20 - 350 V8, 64,400 ml.,  furnace, 3-way fridge, 4-burner  stove, porta pottl. new prop,  tanks, auto, trans., muffler &  brakes. Exc. running cond.  $4950.886-9089 to view.     "32  % ton lord truck. Vanguard  camper, very good cond. .$2900.  885-2942. "30  M.V. Blacklist!, 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/91,  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 w/  Loran C, new fenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swlmgrid. new handrails, Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  ��_8sr  22 It. HT225, I/O DS, VHF, com-  pass, winch, 2 down riggers. 3  rod holders, head, $5350 with  electronics and DR, $4450  without. Or Trade  Down.886-4690 alter 5 pm.  ���_5ss  18' Davidson sailboat. New main  new cushions, new bottom paint,  exc. cond., $3850 lirm  885-9333. ��30  Sallfln F/G fully equlpt. dingy, as  new, $700 obo. 885-7941.   ��31  Rubber rait: Avon - Rover R3-40  max, 15 HP, 'A price, $2200.  885-2306. ��28s!  '82 VW Westfalia Diesel, new  motor, clutch, tr. brakes. No  rust. $7900 080. Phone  685-4571. ��30  1986 Ford Ranger, std., stereo  cass.. 1 owner, only 34,000  kms. Exc. cond.. $6000 Firm.  886-3303. "30  1981 Datsun Kingcab 5-spd.,  sunroof, canopy, lumper seats,  very gd. cond., $2250.  886-8487. "31  Nearly new fibreglass work box  lor small type pickup. Ph.  885-2789. "31  1977 F350 welding Iruck. No  machine, steel deck, gd. cond.,  $5500 obo. 886-4698. ��31  1977   Jimmy   4X4,  886-3921.  $3000.  ���31  1986 Ford F250 4X4, 300 6-cyl.,  4-spd., P/S, P/B, new tires,  brakes, carb & shocks. Very gd.  cond., $9000 obo. 886-7938. ��31  76 Ford 4X4 crew cab, gd.  cond, $2800. 883-2929.     *30  19' Sangsler 470 Mercruiser  I/O, new spare leg, 1 yr. old.  Spare motor, complete sounder,  CB, VHF, trailer sports yak,  $6500.883-2749. "30ss  Top Notch Marine Electrical  Electrical - Electronic Repair  Service - Installation  6 Month Guarantee  $25 Per Hour  Free Estimates  883-9364  ���31  1711 K&C F/G runabout, rebuill  50. lull canvas. CB. sounder,  plus extra, EZ load trailer, all in  gd. cond.. $2200 886-8846."31  Sterling 0 1911 Hollar molor  boat, company tug boat,  libreglass on wood, stronger lhan  new. LOA 43' beam, 10'6" draft.  6' power Isuzu Oaizo loaded.  Asking $45,000. Can be seen at  Government Wharl. Leave  message with Wharfinger or ask  tor Ray. 886-8017. "32  24' Bay Liner. 6 cyl. diesel.  886-8087. ��32  Wooden dingy 3x6 with oar locks  .oars. $75 886-2040.        '32  18 It. 6 In. Double Eagle, IB/OB,  $4000.1-261-6551. "31  18 It. Glaspar cabin cruiser with  head. OB, $3200.886-9261. "32  MOORAGE  at  Pender Harbour  883-9177  ��32  24' Bayliner boat, 188 Merc  motor w/leg. extras, $9500.  883-2661. ��31  14'   F/G,   50  HP  Evinrude,  w/traller, $2200 obo. 886-3013.  ���31  10 It. Achilles Inflatable, $1200.  Ph. 885-5702. ���    "31  Pensloner-X-Navy vet looking tor  older suitable sound boat hull in  the 17 tool range. Power or sailing hull, needing a fix II job. lor a  hobby. Also sport lishing. Please  call Jack Fisher at 885-6236. ��32  12 ft. libreglass 8 HP 1986  Johnson motor on trailer, $1500.  885-3542, ��32  Very low time 9.8 Merc, long-  shaft. Freshwater only. Fully serviced. Like new 1981. $600 OBO.  886-8768. "30  24. Mobile Homes  PARK SPACES  Sechelt a Glbtont  Singles _ Doublet  For Info call cork-t  597-3322  CoHect  ��TFN  USED HOMES  XGHL  $12,(00  597-3322  ���TFN  Mobile Home Services  Repairs ��� Relevel  Skirting _ Additions  886-9172  ���32  14x68. slove, Iridge,  washer/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond., new rugs, $26,000.  886-7013. ��33ss  1 bdrm. mobile home, Sechell  area, lurnished, equipped, ideal  residence lor single or pair. Exc.  return as renlal, $15,000.  885-7940. ��30  BRAND NEW  $41,900  Buys a roomy 3 bdrm. 14x70.  Inc. 3 appl., drapes, vaulted ceilings, bay window, plus more!  Family park, good rent,  597-3322 Collect. "31  Squire sidecar, two seats, brake.  Will Install. $2200 OBO  885-7430. ��27s  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc,  com)., garage kept. $8000  886-9595. ��25ss  1982 Kawasaki KDX 250, gd.  running cond., $650 obo  885-3374. -28ss  1980 Honda Custom 900. Offers.  886-8074. -30  1986 Harley custom soltall. 7000  ml., like new cond., $12,000.  Will consider spd. boat as part  trade. 886-3575. "31  1982 Kawasaki 250 LTD. 13,400  kms. exc. cond., $850; 2 Honda  wheels _ Brldgeslone tires  ���1.85x18 back, 1.85x19 front,  S50 ea.; 1 lull lerring, $75.-  885-6016. '32  26   Wanted to Rei  Waterlront cottage required lor 2  wks. in September. Gibsons  -Roberts Creek area. 732-8407  alt. 6 pm. TFN  Wheelchair accessible. 2-3 bdrm.  home, Sechell area, by Sept. 1.  926-4165. ��30  Small cabin, secluded spot. $300  max. 886-7592. "30  Small retail space in Gibsons or  Sechelt, 600 sq. It. or smaller.  Phone 886-3721. ��32  Prolessional with lamily needs  rural home north ot Roberts  Creek. Collect, 487-9317.    "32  Will caretake or renl on Trail Is.,  Pender Harbour area, Egmont or  Nelson Is., Resp. lamily with  rets.. 885-6029 or 886-9888 '32  New 2 bdrm. home, Sandy Hook,  short term renter preferred. $700  mo. fi util. 885-6276. *30  Avail. Aug. 1/91. large lurnished  1 bdrm. suite, all utils., Ireezer  included In rent ol $475 per  month. No dogs please.  886-7421. ��32  Prefnile-il MM Sterigt  WW BUILDING  8B6-8626   #33  1 bdrm. lurnished home. Avail.  Sept. 1. Hopkins Landing, view.  $600 mo. 886-3562. "30  2 bdrm. apl., Lower Gibsons,  new building with laundry  lacilities, $770. 886-3420.  "30  1 bdrm. new. near marina, Gibsons. Bright. $500 plus. Arthur,  885-9859. WI  Adult Townhouse  New with a view. 2 bdrm 2 bath,  appliances, negotiate a 12 monlh  sub-lease.   Rels.   reqd.  Jim  Munro, 886-2277. *32  1600 sq. tt. 3 bdrm. executive  main floor. 5 appl., non-smoker.  885-6009. Avail. Sept. I.     ��31  Gibsons, 2 bdrm suite, w/d,  $650/mon 1-469-0622 or  1-581-7202. "31  Large, 2 bdrm trailer, clean,  w/d, Davis Bay. $650/mon,  885-7511. ���SO  3 bdrm rancher, 1 block trom  Sunnycrest Mall, 4 appl., carport, big yard, avail. Aug. 15.  1-644-4015. *32  28. For Rent  ADVERTISING  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 of rental would be in  violation of the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  In contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Cms) News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  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 inspection  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/retail/induslrial  steel building in Seamounl  Park. 28'x52' with mezzanine, ollice. washroom,  shower and overhead crane.  Two large bay doors, easy  access, security lenced.  Contact Steve Sawyer.  Avoid alt the hmlei end  problems, and lor juit a  pittance, call the Property  Management Export, Steve  Sawyer at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Executive 3 bdrm., Roberts  Creek, main llr. house, 5 appl.,  lireplace, skylights, $990/mon.  Arthur, 885-9859. ��30  Rooms  SI 20 Per Week  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  for RENT!!  Roberts Creek  dances, parties,  Yvonne 886-7815.  Hall  avail-  weddings.  TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transler Ltd.  886-2664. TFN  Devil Bay, Wilson Creek Hill.  Available. Wheetchalr liclHtUi.  185-2752,885-9863. '35  Light Indust. unit, 750 sq. ft.,  Shaw Rd., Gibsons. Avail. Sept.  1.921-6751. ��30  2 bdrm, Gibsons, appliances, No  Pell. August 1st. $_00/mon.  883-9650 eves, 266-7478 Ive.  msg. "30  Large 4 bdrm. house, waterlront,  lower Gibsons, 5 appl. 886-7491.  "30  Large one bedroom suite in new  waterlront home. Secret Cove.  Ret, N/S. $450/mon. 885-6919  or 520-3200. "30  Gibsons area. Nice 3 bdrm home  on 5 acres. Near terry. Includes  drapes, dishwasher, w/d, extra  storage shed, avail. Aug. 1 or  move in now, $800.1-436-3613.  ��3i  Ground level suite avail. Aug. 1st  in quiet neighbourhood. N/S,  N/D. no pels. Suit retired couple,  $500/mon. 886-3575.        '31  28 ft.  Chriscraft with 30 ft  trailer, $3500 OBO. 885-2052.  ��_3  K  In Stock al  EN MAC  ci/clc  Oil Fillers, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jiv H186-2031  Clean 2 bdrm. duplex, Sept.  1/91. Very close lo city cenlre _  ocean. Sam, 581-8078, Bill,  886-2277. "30  Gower Point, ground Iloor suite,  $550 . Vt hydro. Avail. August.  885-7578.  "32  Sub lease on small lurnished ollice in Sechelt. 885-2366.    '30  Waterlront 2 bdrm. lurn. cottage,  F/P, elec. heat, Wilson Creek.  Avail. Sept. thru June, $600 mo.  plus utll. 1-263-5998 alt. 5 pm.  "30  , 1 bdrm. with shared accommodation In large new house. Gibsons.  $100 wk. 886-8952. "32  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm. cottage,  $350,525-1589,886-4513. "30  Near new spacious 2 bdrm.  townhouse, Central Gibsons, IV.  bath, 4 appl., 1500 sq. It., $895  per mo. 886-3313 or 531-0690  collect. "30  2 bdrm. $650 plus Vi utilities.  Gibsons. Preler N/S. Basement  suite. No pets. 886-3625.    '30  New log home, Roberts Creek, 2  bdrm., 2 baths., 4 appl., cable,  non-toxic bldg. materials, sky  lights, decks, trees, creek. Furnished or unlurn., $800/mon  plus utilities. Rels. 886-2683.  "31  Avail. Aug. 1st, bright, large, upper suile, 1 bdrm.. new carpets,  view, $550 plus. 886-3484 alt. 6  pm. "31  Avail. Immed. 2 bdrm., lower  suite, yard, part view, $600 plus.  886-3484 alt. 6 pm. <31  Industrial Shop Spice  For lease. Will build to suit. Upper Gibsons. Barry 886-6204.  ���34  Aug. 1, Davis Bay, 5 bdrm, 2  story, all appl., private, view lot,  $950/mon. Llse 886-6206 or  686-2277. "31  3 bdrm. house wilh view, West  Sechelt. Avail. Sept. 1st,  $700/mon. 885-2791.        ��31  Gibsons, close to ferry, great  view, 3 bdrm., avail. Aug. 1st,  $850.936-5588. "30  SUPER VIEW - large 3 bdrm. 2  storey townhouse, central Gibsons, all appl., avail. Sept. Isl,  $850.886-3013. *31  Waterlront home spacious lurnished bdrm with privale bath,  sharing tenants, tv, living room _  kilchen. Monthly, $365.  885-3409. "31  Vancouver one room In shared  suite. Fraser Broadway area.  B76-623I. *31  New, spacious, garden suite, 1  bdrm., Redroolls area. Avail,  now, $650 per month. Includes  utilities. 885-3234 or 885-7460  alter 6 pm. "32  Waterfront 2 bdrm. _ furnished.  Grounds keeper, 1 mile Irom ferry  towards Gibsons. Inc. D/W,  micro., $650. Lease Sept. 1  -June 30. No pets. Rel.  886-7298. "32  2 bdrm., lull basement, lenced  yard, Sechell. $775 per mo.  885-2358. "30  Granlhams. New 1 bdrm. view  apartment. Furnished, W/D,  $500 Incl. ulils. 1-4)6-889-4860  collect. "30  FOR LEASE  Gibsons  650 Sq.ft.  Retail Space  733-9883  Wedding  885-2882.  photographer!.  TFN  112 - SIS/hr  home. Send SASE to: .CK  Holdings. Dipt. 1, 1014  Lakeland VHUge Blvd.. Slwn-O-d  Park. Alberta, T8H1B2.      ��30  DENTAL ASSISTANT  Position becoming available lor  mature, career-minded, experienced chairslde, preferably  certified, who seeks tulltlllment in  an environment that values  mutual respect, personal growth  and long term personal care. Applicant must be pleasant,  energetic, sell-motivated and  people-oriented. For details  please contact Elspeth Tyson at  885-2246 and/or provide handwritten letter with resume to Dr.  Frank Berger, Midcoast Dental  Clinic. Box 1100, Sechelt.    "30  ���MMM-. WMIB  Full lime, yearound  eniployment. Salary  negotiable.  MM or Shell-it  Hit _St__-__ri Pub for  MM171  Kiwanis Village Care Home requires casual care aide. Must  have L.T.C.A. certificate. Send  resume lo: Kiwanis Village Care  Home c/o D. Pearson. R.R. 1,  S7, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0.  "31  Kiwanis Village Care Home Is accepting applications tor Director  ol Care. The successlul applicant  must be currently registered with  R.N.A.B.C _/or R.P.N.A.B.C.  minimum 5 yr. nursing experience at supervisory level  preferred. Closing date tor application Aug. 10, 1991. Send  resume to Kiwanis Village Care  Home c/o Marie Connor, RR 1,  S7, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0.   ��31  DISCOVERY TOYS  Moms - use your experience with  children servicing your area with  educational toys, books, _  games. Flexible hours. No  quotas. Start tor Xmas now. Call  1-758-4708. "32  PLUMBING  Renovations - Repairs  Holwater Tanks  24 Hour Service  886-3463  "31  Part-time Lite _ Job Skills worker  wilh counselling experience  needed lor literacy programs.  Minimum 2 years post secondary  courses in education or counselling preferred. 12 hours minimum  per week from Sept. 9 to June  30. Send resumes care ol Kasan-  dra Maldmenlt, Continuing  Education, Box 888, Sechell, BC,  VON 3A0. Deadline lor applications Is Friday, August 16, 1991.  For lurther Inlormation contact  885-7866. ��_2  Nim hiring Ir-ndly peep* for the  Bui/Hoiti, Bartender.  Apply in person al Ihe Omega  Restaurant, 9 am-12 pm., Mon-  Fri- ��31i  Part-time office postlon available  for bookkeeping, filing, etc. Must  have office experience,  knowledge ot Mac Computer  prel. but not essential.  Please send resume to Omega  Restaurant, Box 568, Gibsons,  BC, VON IVO or deliver to the  restaurant, attn: Tony.       *i\  Help Wanted lor Scanmar  Sealood. Accepting application  lor grading crew. Some experience necessary. Send application to Box 3, Egmont. BC or  lax to 883-9014 atln: Heidi.  ��30  STAY HOME EARN MONEYI  Variety ol jobs available. Earn  $400�� per week. Call 24hr.  RECORDED message for amazing  tree details. (604) 443-2909 Ext.  A74. 09,  '���ar-  ���______.  laSMa  aanaai    ���������.���.'������������_,.....  --  ���       ��� '�����--   -        -     ' Coast News, July 29, 1991  19.  ej -Xperianced  onHack-oah  lile -tthe  mm lo_o_-ig  Cml-i.i,   proorami:  ���aadM, Quark,  a-reeaa        Nluttrator  !���"��     4-B-ford  Dental receptionist with previous  dental knowledge required for  busy oflice 4 days per week. Interpersonal skills most Important.  Apply to Dr. Bland Inc., RR ..  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 with handwritten letter, resume and letters  ot reference. TFN  PHARMASAVE  GIBSONS  pen-Time casiuor  Week-end! Only  Slaninf In Sept.  Please send resume to  Phermeeeve .12.  Site 3, Comp. 26  Qlbsone, B.C.  VON IVO  Win: Debbie  OAY CARE SUPERVISOR"  Qualified Infant Toddler Educator  required lor Teen Parent Education Program, starting late  August; lull-time position during  school year.  Qualifications: experience  working with teens: day care ad-'  ministration and supervisory experience would be an asset.  Please send applications by July 31 to TPEP Coordinator, RR2.  SI3. CI5, Gibsons, VON IVO.  "30  Yard Milntenance Company  has a position lor 25-35 hrs. per  weex available Immediately.  Looking lor someone responsible,  wilh a knowledge _ Interest in  gardening and can drive a standard truck. Please contact Lor-  ralneor Bill. 885-9041.       "30  31   Business &  Home Services  Responsible person lor casual  part-time work (will not suit student hours). Apply al Gibsons  Family Sports, Sunnycrest Mall.  886-4635. "30  LIBRARY CLERK  Gibsons. District  Public Library  Part-time, two days per week,  $7.50/hr. to commence Sepl. 3,  1991. Duties Include processing  periodicals, book repair, filing:  assist with overdues, reserves,  displays, processing books.  Must be flexible team worker with  aptitude tor detail. Preler library  training and experience. Applications lo: Gibsons and District  .Public Library, Box 109, Gibsons,  BC, VON 1V0. Deadline: August  3,1991. "31  Hairstylist required immed. for  busy shop in lower Gibsons.  Must be sell-motivated.  886-3916. "31  Someone lo cut . split about 20  cords ol alder lirewood. You take  hall. 886-4714. TFN  SEEKING A NEW  DIRECTION OR CHALLENGE  IN YOUR UFE?  LOOK NO FURTHER!  The llie skills program is an innovative service of the Sunshine  Association lor the handicapped.  As a life skills worker you' will  have the opportunity to utilize  your energy, enthusiasm,  creativity and facilitation skills in  assisting adults who are mentally  challenged to reach their lull  potential within a community setting. The goal ol the program is to  provide Hie skills training while  promoting community integration  and sen-reliance.  Currently we have a number ol  vacancies, specifically several  male adults who require lite skills  support, as well as two contracts  (100 and 120 hours/per month  respectively) working with individuals who experience a variety ol challenges (both physical  and mental) In their everyday Hie.  As the program expands, we  are constantly looking lor mature,  committed, and motivated individuals who are willing to learn  and to share their skills. Applicants with a combination of  education, skills, and personal  aptitude will be considered.  Please forward resumes to:  Lite Skills Co-ordlnator  Sunshine Association  lor the Handicapped,  R.R.   1, Browning Site  C-48  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  by August 8. For further Inlormation please call 885-6458 Monday  lo Wednesday between 5 & 8 pm.  "30  Electrolux Canada Ltd. looking lor  sale _ service representatives In-  your area. Call Mr. Farnswortti at  980-6507. "30  Auto Trader Magazine requires  reliable distributor tor Friday  deliveries on Sunshine Coast.  Must have own vehicle. Call Curt.  430-4500. ��3i  Exp. waitress needed lor Jade  Palace Restaurant. 866-2433.  "30  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  for several  different entry categories in  The Fall Fair which will be  held In Gibsons in  September.  De you play poet or shuffleboard? A local teen cenlre  needs someone to  demonstrate these skills to  their participants. All equipment needed Is at the centre.  V-t-ntaer needed to assist at  a local thrift shop In Gibsons  on Tuesdays, 11am -4pm.  Ir-oreitlng position available  for someone who would like  to take minutes lor the bimonthly meetings ot an interagency group.  FOR THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES,  PLEASE CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE 885-5881  A service lunded by  The Ministry of Social  Services end Housing  < -}: Leave It To Us \_,  ., LawntGarden '-.  Clean-Up Maintenance  Own Equipment  Good Rates / Santor t-i-xwnt  Phone us at 886-3894  Muter Painter: Knowledgeable  and competent all facets of colour  consultation, interior, exterior,  lurniture linishing, etc.  885-6263. "30  We cut grass _ haul trash. Ph.  886-7892. "31  Lawn, Yard _ Tree Servtcei  Branch mulcher _ bushwacker  available. 885-9284. "31  BATH BAY RENOVATIONS  Interior - Exterior  Commercial - Residential  All Work Guaranteed  Relerences Available  8 Years  ol Prolessional Service  Ph: 886-8667  ODDJOBS  Painting - Plumbing  Home Repair  Reasonable Rates  Alt Work Guaranteed  John 885-3159  ���30  HANDYMATT  ���Carpentry ���Electrical ���Plumbing  ���Fencing _ Landscaping ���Painting -Trouble Shooting.  Reasonable Rates. Call Matt  Small 886-8194. "31  Privale L.T. Care Aide with certificate will do personal care as  well as light housekeeping and  light cooking. Call 886-2790.  ���32  Nanny available, positive, caring  manner, lull program crafts/fun.  886-2456 or 886-3767.       ��3t  Local Amway distributor Is helping many persons earn money  working two to lour hours a day.  We can help you. Call 885-7144  or886-9479. *30  Franchise available - new mall.  North America's fastest growing  lood concept. No exp.  necessary. Full training given.  Turnkey Edelweiss International  Franchise Corp. Call Regional  Director George Brockhurst  746-7620 or Wayne Hampton  275-3354. ��31  Excavation business. 1978 450C  John Deere In good shape ,  1975 Chevy 6500 series, ramp  Iruck, luel tank, power saw.  Everything to get started In  business. 886-3821 aft. 6 pm.  ���31  CUMI-IEM  AT  Ml  Mot. Moan Daycare ipaenj  MM������ IS leaMi to let���m  age. Fun IRod caring ot-tren-  nterrt with ECE ce-MerJ staff.  800-3013  ���39  For 2 boys aged 6 & 8 lor before  & after school, 7:45 - 9:00 and  3:00 - 5:15, your house or mine,  Sechell area. Phone 885-3288  alter 6 pm. "30  inPat-zfrHirbwr  UsntlJtOOpnri.l'i-aay  ��������.r_-_y People e_oe''  Fumhlne Daycare  Quality, dependable care giving  lor your child. Preschool like lull  day program or limited 4-hour  sessions lor children 30 months  to 5 years. Spaces are available.  For more Inlormation call Glnnle  886-3377. "30  Needed starting Aug. 22,  ; babysitter lor 3 & 9 yr. old boys  close to Cedar Grove School. 5:30  am - 3:00 pm, your home or  mine.886-7041. "32  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,  Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free e' 'mates. 885-2109.  TFN  Pat's 1 Ton Trucking  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, Iree  removal, hauling. 7 yrs. experience, reasonable . reliable.  885-6255. *3D  Grass Cutting, Trimming, Rotolilling, Brush Cutting, Fertilizer  Grass Seed Spreading _ Wood  Bucking. Low Rates. Call Power  Lawn Mewing 886-7989.     "33  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery   <a\  POWERFUL TRUCK-MOUNTED  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  ,     JUSl ASK AROUND!  886-3823  A DIVISION OF KEN OEVRIES  1 SON riOQMOVCRINGS  For quality work on decks,  skylights, stairs, renos, or new  homes built. Call Tony lor Iree  estimates al 886-2954.        "30  HANDYMAN  SCHIRA CONTRACTING  Carpentry. Batt and Blown Insulation, Drywall, Painting,  Carpeting, Linoleum, Patio  Stones, Hauling. All work'  guaranleed, Alan, 886-8741. "30  Man 41-Ton Iruck with hydraulic  lilt deck will do rubbish removal,  landscaping, tree removal, hauling etc. 7 yrs. experience,  reasonable & reliable. Pat,  885-6255. "30  Lawn / Undicip. M-tntinince,  weedeating, brushcutting, etc.  Skip's  Maintenance  Service.  865-2373. ^30  For free estimates on renovations,  additions, decks, etc. Call Sound  Construction at 885-2B87.    "30  Comp-te Bobcit SenrtcM  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls ��� Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  000-0530  TFNl  M tl- |eb d<��� right the fkit  IKne carpentry to gUsa. No (ob to  big or smaH. Cal Ray 005-0300.  Ptaata Iva. mag. ^30  Experienced tutor available July &  August, times and rates flexible,  elem. or secondary. 886-9381.  ���311  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District of Vancouver and  situated at Bargain Harbour.  Take notice that Christopher Kluflinger, of  Madeira Park, BC, Chef, Intends to apply for a  license of occupation of the following described  lands: .-surveyed foreshore fronting Lot 7,  Block 8, Plan 14494, Dist. Lot 1362, Madeira  Park, from a post planted 9.14 m west of SE corner of Lot 7 thence 73.15 m south, thence 3.65  m west thence 42.66 m north, thence 5.48 m  west, thence 30.47 m north, thence 9.14 m east,  and containing .043420 ha, more or less.  The purpose for which the land is required is a  dock and float.  fifTbcptKti  AREfl  NftAgoup  Comments concerning this application may be  made to the office of the Senior Land Officer,  #401 - 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC, V5H 4M4.  File #2405353.  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition Of Crown Lands  In iliii I .mil Rtttxirtliiif) Dislricl of New WoSlltllllSter  mill slluiitfld id Ni .son Islmitl, Ag-iiiciniioii ('.limine!  Tiikrt nolice Hull E.A. Wtmtliiitl/E. Wiiwryk of Lot  22!)2, Ntilson isimiii, carpetitef/lioiiieinnker, Intends  to ii|>|ily fur ii license ol ihe following described  lands: Commencing hi ii imsi plnnied in s.E. comor  nl Mimih Buy, MO inntms N. 2" ..6'."W., Ilionco  KMK1 timlitis N.W., Ihonoc 650 inelros S��� IllOtlC.  500 metre. E., mill coiil-lnlng 3 Im. more nr Iks.  Fllo iiiiiiilior 2404991.  Tim DiiiiH.sc lor which Hi. (||s|Mslllnii is rotiuliwl is  o>slttr rowing.  Nelson Is  Float    Agsaamnon  Channel  oon Bar  roposed  lease  J  lot   229    Coiiiincnls concemlnii this application may lie innilc  to llio office ot the Senior Land Officer, #401-4.0..  Kingsway. Bumaby, B.C., V5H 4 M4.  A quick overnight docking for the IIMCS chaleur(l_4), Chignelto(l60), Mir��machl(l6.,),  Cowi.han(l6_), and Ihumlirt |6|) at the Glbaona government wharf gave early Sea Cavalcade  visitor- a close-up look at the converted minesweeper- Thursday evening. Navy spokesmen  say it is not unusual for this many ships to dock once or twice a year here. Joel Johnstone photo  A grave development  by Jan Michael Sherman  A Sechelt man petitioned the  SCRD to sell him a small strip of  land. (..0 feet hy II) feet)  which is currently pan of  Seaview Cemetery. In a letter  containing his formal request,  which was considered by the  Parks Committee, the man  noted that the land in question  is the west boundary of the  cemetery and is "not used."  Apparently the gentleman  does nol currently own enough  land to subdivide, but could do  so if the SCRD sold him the  strip  Tlie Parks Committee declined to sell after a member  questioned the precise purpose  of Ihe subdivision. Il was suggested that the profit motive  might he involved. The gentleman had noted in his letter that  he wanted lo subdivide in order that lie might put up a third  building on the property without having to remove one of the  existing residences.  At the same meeting, the  Park Superintendent's report  (June 20-July 18) noted that it  was 'a busy month of burials - 4  in total." Expressing some surprise that this "really" represented a "busy month", a committee member was assured by  Superintendent Alexander that  it did.  Notice Board  continued from page 9.  Fri., August 2  HIKE TO SMUGGLERS COVE  This 1-1/2 hour round trip walk into  Smugglers Cove Park will begin Irom  the Brooks Rd. parking lot at 2 pm.  NETTED GEMS  Help to pull in the seine net and examine the evening catch. At Ihe beach 7  pm Porpoise Bay Park.  Sal., August 3  6th Annual Gambier Island Art S Craft  Fair. Sat., August 3,1991 10-4 pm at  New Brighton. All Welcome.  Transportation via Dogwood Ferry,  Langdale Ferry Terminal.  Saturday 4 Sunday, July 27,28  & August 3,4,10,11,17,18,24 431  This week children can view the reconstruction ol the salmon spawning  beds in Angus Creek, 10:30 at the  beach playground.  SAVING SALMON  Come lor a walk along Angus Creek  to view the stream tehabiliation in  process, 7 pm al the Porpoise Bay  beach bulletin board.  Sat., August 3  Hunter Gallery will give a reception  for Marilyn Rutledge to open her 12th  Annual Show entitled "On The Shote".  Inlo: 883-2807 or 885-7143.  MISCELLANEOUS  Steel guitar blues artist Ken Hamm returns  to Inner Ear in Roberts Creek tor a sum-  mer dance. Call 666-9749 lor tickets and  details.  Feel Like Company?  Do you have an extra room with or without  a view? Feel Use a little company? Beach  House Productions is looking lor billets tor  actors, technicians and directors coming to  the Sunshine Coasl to perform at the new  Raven's Cry Theatre in Sechelt. The  groups would require accommodations lor  approximately three nights at a stretch,  and a small honorarium is available.  Beach House is looking lor rooms at various times over the summer as well as Into  Ihe fall months.  If you can help out now or In the future,  please call Beach House Productions et  686-7972.  Reading Adventurers: Paige Turner  and Abel Reader are looking lor tearless  travellers to accompany them on a series  ol adventures to ancient worlds, outer  space, under the sea and tropical Jungles.  Reading Adventurers, ages 6 to 12 can  sign up tor a summer ot tun at Ihe Sechelt  Public Library. Tours begin on July 3 end  continue into August. Apply tor tree passport books and program ol activities at the  library on Trail Avenue. Call 885-3260 lor  more Information.  The Sechelt a District Chamber of  Commerce is seeking nominations Irom  the general public lor the lollowing awards:  Good Citizen of the Year. Qood Business  ol the Year, and Good Business Person of  the Year. Please send your nomination  and reasons lor the same to Sechelt &  District Chamber of Commerce, Box 360,  Sechell. VON 3A0 belore July 15,1991.  Awards dinner will be held on October 19,  1991.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Thursday August 1,1991  7 pm  i__Hk-IM_f-CW-MI_S  Official Opening  Chief Thomas Paul is the  Master ol Ceremonies for the  opening of the new Sechelt  Indian Band Offices, museum,  theatre, education and cultural  centre taped May 29,1991.  8 pm  MuddyB-TsW  Coast Cable 11's coverage of  This Community Television     SOUTH COAST FORD  Schedule courtesy of: 885-3281  BRrn.rn.l.rr 3ilil!irtt  the first annual mud races held  in the Dakota Lumber yard June  15,1991.  Saturday August 3,1991  10:30 am  Gibson* Sea Cavalcade Parade  ���Vh"  This year Coast Cable 11 will be  broadcasting the annual parade  live  Irom  our   location  at  Elphinstone Secondary School.  5 YEARS AGO  The Sechelt Revitalization  Committee (SRC) put the  "finishing touches" to  revitalization proposals to be  presented to Council, and then  the general public in September.  A spokesman ol the SRC said  priorities lor the project would  include the removal ol overhead  wiring along Cowrie Street,  replacing it with underground  service, and sidewalk  improvements lo Whart Road.  10 YEARS AGO  Alderman Larry Labonte,  Gibsons Planning and Building  Chairman, presented council with  building development costs and  figures of Gibsons until June 30,  1981, - indicating an  unprecedented building boom in  the village.  Reactions from local  politicians could best be  described as luke-warm to the  presentation ol Deputy Minister of  Municipal Affairs, Chris  Woodward, on the subject of the  re-drawing of political tines on the  Sunshine Coast made at the  meeting held July 30, at the Jolly  Roger.  15 YEARS AGO  The 1976 Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade once again proved  successlul despite the tact that  the whole festival was organized  at the last minute. The annual  summer lair, held from Friday  night until Sunday evening, drew  large crowds to the events staged  around the harbour and in Dougal  Park. Saturday's events held a  great deal for children.  25 YEARS AGO  In acknowledging receipt ol a  cheque for $250 from Ihe  Elphinstone Junior Red Cross,  Mrs. Isla Service, Director, Red  Cross Youth, BC Division,  advised the students lhat a  portion ol Ihis money was used to  provide an artificial eye lor a boy  from Kamloops.  35 YEARS AGO  Granny McEwan, who now  lives at Plncher Creek, Alberta, is  enjoying the summer with ber  usual zest for living. She attended  various sports days and lairs in  the foothills, also enjoyed a day's  fishing with a catch of two.  45 YEARS AGO  Granthams Community  Association held Iheir midsummer whist drive on  Wednesday. The evening was a  huge success, there being 25  tables and about 100 guests  present. Mr. Vaughan Moore, as  chairman, with his racy  commentary, kept his audience in  fine humour and had each guest  stand up and make their own  introductions.  Summer Fun Day Camp a Swimming  Lessons al Kalherine Lake. July S to  August, 16/91. Phone 683-2142.  Plastic Pom Poms lor weddings, parades a parlies, etc. 21 assorted colours,  20�� each. Made by Sechelt Sr. Citizens,  proceeds to go toward the new Seniors'  centre. Phone 685-9392 or 685-2585.  BCTV is now ottering free studio tours  to lamilies or small groups, Monday to  Friday at 11:30, 2:00, 3:30 and 5:30.  Please call Jim or Maureen at 421-9437  (or reservations.  Sechelt Summer Fun sponsored by  Bethel Baptist Church, Jury 2 to August 23,  9:30 am-12 noon and 1-3:30 pm, Monday  lo Friday (ages 6 to 11). SSfday. More into  call Trecey Jardine, 665-2454 or 885-  9065.  Sunshine Coest Spinners a Weevers  present an exhibition ol hand woven rugs  in the Heritage House at Rockwood  Centre. July and Augusi. Cal 685-2522 tor  viewing times.  The Exciting works of Tina Thomson  using acrylic on canvas and watercolour  monor-ints. On view in the North Wing  Rockwood Centre July 9 to 31. Call 685-  2522 lor viewing limes.  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group - every  Tuesday, 7 to 9 pm at the Action Society  Oflice. Conlacl Deborah. 865-5660  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding  Support Group. Inlormal drop-in meetings on the third Tuesday ol each month.  885-2332 or 886-2457 lor more Inlormation.  Wanna Dance? So then put on your danc-  Ing shoes and come and loin usl Were lha  Sunshine Fork Dancers and we meet every Tuesday at 7:30pm al the Dougal Park  Stage In Gibsons. A nominal charge ol S3  is made to cover the costs ol obtaining  original fork music from around the worid  as well as occasional specialized workshops Everyone is welcome and instruction Is freely given. Bulgaria, and Ireland  were never so dosel Bring a water bottle.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons  Thursday from 7 to 9 pm. Everyone wet-  come, no appointment necessary.  "New Beginnings" Is e Iriendly sodal  group lorwWows and widowers (and other  experiencing loss) which meets every  other Thursday afternoon at the SecheH  Health Unit. The purposes ol 'New  Beginnings" are tor making Iriends, sharing inlormation and ideas, support and encouragement - tor someone to talk to. If  you wish further Inlormahon (and lor next  meeling dale) call 885.5164.  3C. Weight Loss Support Group  meets every Thursday evening, 6:45 to t  pm at the United Church, Glessford Rd.,  Gibsons. Into: 886-7159  Fridays  United Church Thrift Shop In basement ol church oft Truman Rd.. open  Fridays, 1 to 3pm.  The Secheh Public Library wll be open  every Friday from 1 to 5 pm.  Saturdays  Artists * Crafts People display a ssing  space Is available In Gibsons Lending,  Salurday and Sundays For Inlormation  phone 886-2470 or 886-2116.  Sundays  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club ww  be meeting every second Sunday at  Rockwood Lodge at 7:30 pm. Phone 895-  3361 or 865-7068 lor lurther Inlormation.  Open tor al ages.  Sechell Summer Pun  Sponsored by Bethel Baptist Church.  July 2 - Aug. 23, 9:30-12:00 a 1-3:30  Monday to Friday (ages 6-11 years), S3.00  per day. For more into caN Tracy Jardine  885-2454 or 865-9065.  Gibsons & District  Public Library  Hours:  Tues.  9:30-_p-l  Wed.  9:.W-3pm  Thurs.  12:30-8pm  Sat.  9-.0-.pm  STORYTIME:             Wed tOam  Sechelt  Public Library  Hums:  Tins.  lO-KMpm  Weds.  10:30-10-  Thins  10:_0-7pm  Fri.  l-Spm  Sat  IO:KMpm  SulsscriiMicm ��� $2 per year  loan Pe riod - 2 weeks  loan Limit - 6 hooks (only 2 ami')  Overdues ��� IO*/wk. per book  arm- nana iw tiaii. BAV MAU. THIS WEEKEND AT THE  CEDARS  RUB  Friday ��� Saturday <  KARAOKE  Graham Edney Fills the house.   Come early to avoid a line -up!  ^smAaesmrAmmmm   SUtlmW   I        II        I  IT'S MARGARITAS  Mexican menu __ lieverayes  GRAMES BROS BAND  skkvim; om.v imi ncsi m  Shaw Rd., & Hwy 101     ���--������  Figurines  Goebel  HUMMECFIGURINES  Offering a large selection for  figurine lovers and collectors.  Available exclusively at  NOVA  JEWELERS  Trail Buy Centre, Sechelt 886-2421  ���.:���:. >:���:������.:������:���:�����:���:,:���: ,:���:���>:���:���:���:���::.:s>\\h-.*Ws}>!>����������^^       ;  < miimimity Futurn  coiitiiiiHil fnmi page 16.  l-iniiirlirook riMaunitiiy with  ttif lit-tp sil vitlt-s. ln|H-s fnini lln-  Hotel     and     Restaurant  Association, pm Uasgetbcf a lour  afternoon course whk'h IhIikiI  lliiny waiters and waitress, s njv  grade their skills  "We'd like Ki make tin- train  ��������*_ manual available to any  restaurant on ihe Coast," said  Sawchuk  "We looked on il as a pilot  project We'd like lo talk lo  oilier llusiness sectors in the  community, - for instance, gas  stations, to sec it there is a  need for iraiuiiu; llul we need  lo hear from ihe business lo find  out what then needs are "  Another project has been  iwo highly successful seminars  on home based businesses lor  llie large iiiinihei of business  people on Ihe Coasl who oper  ale mil ol iheii homes  The Relocation Assistance  Program was started III lanuaij  1990 In help those who can. not  hud work here and whose skills  are in demand elsewhere Hie  program pays So (ier cent of the  costs ol travelling m other  csinimimilies lo tiiul work as  well as halt HI ihe moving costs.  up 10 $ .INHI  "Il's a lightly controlled program " said Sawchuk "The jobs  Iveing applied lor have to Ik- reg-  islered       with       Canada  Knipli is iiieiii t enures"  Ihe Communily Initiative  Program is Ibe nexl big project  planned hy Communily I mures  The objective ol this phase will  be to help local organizations  develop Innovative projects  winch will provide ongoing  employment "We have jusl begun discussions,' said Sawchuk.  "so il's loo earlv to comment on  a choice  "Non-profit projects are eligi  tile tor up lo Ssiiii noo Profit  making ventures are eligible lor  a maximum ol Ssniiilli Vvc'il  much rather gel Involved with a  non-profit venture and see a  larger scale project happen  We're still gathering Informs-  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  PwrmVtwtqed  Devlin Funeral Home offers a complete range ot pre-arranged  funerals: traditional funerals with burial or cremation mpniori.il  services, Hired cremation service, graveside funerals, ot transfer  to other localities.  For those who wish to pre-pay funeral expenses, Devlin's have  a government licensed & audited prepaid funeral plan. 100% ot  funds paid are placed in an interest-bearing trust account. Your  funeral expenses are inflation-proof ��� the cosl is locked in at current price levels. It you ever want to (ancel, all your money is  refundable with interest.  Call or write Devlin Funeral Home lor an appointment or for  more information. 886-9551. No cosl or obligation  A  579 Seavrlew Rrl  BOX MS  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  lion, ih.r.'s much lo Ik- done  belore we make an announce  IIICIII "  t ommuiiiiy liiiuirs has jusl  passed the hall way mark in the  Ihree year funding program The  nexl half nf Ihe term shows every proapeci ol continuing the  creative work begun by Ihe  hard working hoards and staff  Sawchuk said thry are looking  for new blood on the Hoard of  Uirectors  "We have a strong core group  which is very committed." she  said "Bui we need three to four  new members II anybody is interested in joining us. we  would certainly like to speak  with ihem There are so many  new people in ihe communily  we don't know We're involved  w uli such a variety of pnigrams,  we need people wilh a broad  spectrum of expertise They can  call me at __S-_6_9"  INTRA World Class Travel  presents  Our 1st "Sunshine Coast Scavenger Cruise Hunt'  1*l&  ���Fill WrN  You're invited to join the tun!  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