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 I aSSSC  91.8  THE SUNSHINE  Victoria  NOTICE MMD  CUSOTB  11  ��� a  111  111  119  111  117  120  Page 20  -saw  ^^ THE SUNSHINE.  Coast  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  Qvtit  Gibsc  looking the Harbour  iibsons, B.C.  886-2268  1  ,..S-  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  August 26,1991     Volume 4.      Issue Vi  A picture perfect morning last Saturday gave participants in this year's Save Georgia Strait Marathon - Sechelt to Nanaimo - a  smooth start to their crossing. Three solo and ten relay swimmers, plus a virtual flotilla of small human-powered craft from  canoes to kayaks, sculls to pedal-power floats, all aided by sail and motor escort boats, began their trek shortly after 6:30  am. The annual marathon is organized to draw attention to the environmental sensativity of the Strait of Georgia.  Joel Johnstone photo  Pesticide use by Hydro protested  k| Stuart lurntldt  .About _5 people appeared ��t  an Area F meeting with lit: Hydro last Wednesday to protest  Hydro's "unannounced" use of  herbicides in controlling vegetation growth around Langdale  Two spokesmen for Hydro,  Lower Mainland Transmission  Manager  Denis  lllakely  and  Mysterious tug  death in Gibsons  An Unidentified barge  worker, sleeping aboard a tug,  met a bizarre and as yet unexplained death last Thursday  nighl in the waters off the  Government wharf in Gibsons  Gibsons' Harbour Manager  Caroline Flowers was on ihe  scene Friday afternoon as police  officers and RCMI* divers prepared to retrieve the man's body  which had been discovered earlier  "The tug was tliere at midnight (Thursday)." Flowers (old  the Coast News. "One man was  sleeping on ihe lug. the other on  the barge itself."  Sometime after midnight the  tug look on water and sank It  then IK-Ciime lodged underneath  its own barge.  ilui as of Friday afternoon,  the RCMI' made il clear tliere  would he no official statement  concerning any aspect of the Incident until the coroner's investigation was complete  Vegetation Manager Adrian  Miller, addressed those gathered  at the Granthams Landing  Community Hall saying Hydro  had done nothing wrong  "legally" in not announcing the  use of ihe controversial herbicide 'Roundup' lo control Iree  growth under power lines.  Miller explained thai when  Hydro announced its  application lor a permit lo treat,  an area, il had to do so in focal  papers However, Ibe permits  often run for two years or  longer and Hydro is under no  legal obligation to obligation to  inform the public when it uses  herbicide within the permit  time.  Hydro began treatments  Gibsons RCMP divers await the coroner's arrival at the government wharf. Joel Johnston,- photo  The priority Friday was to  remove the body, bul the opera-  lion could not proceed until  coroner Dan Devlin arrived  Although there were a good  number of people on the wharf,  there was little it any, rubbernecking  One small boy did, however,  wander down to where the  divers were standing, and asked  "Are you gonna gel the dead  body now?"  "I know it's exciting, but I  ihink you'd heller Mini something else to do." a policeman  said tactfully. The lad moved  iill.  There was some speculation  as lo how this accident might  have come aboul It was suggested lhat the man. who might  not have known much ahoul  boats, could have used the  head during Ihe nighl and forgotten (or not known) to close  the valve.  iu llie area Augusi ll).  "We realize this is a problem." said Miller at the meeting,  "dial's why we are here." He  said that public input was im-  ponaiit iii changing how Hydro  views the use of herbicides  adding that even when  "environmentalists have iheir  facts completely wrong" they  help raise the level of consciousness within ihe organization.  Miller said that the use of  herbicides by the utilities company has dropped drastically in  llie lasl len years, and would  continue to drop.  Ile noted lhal Hydro had  never sprayed herbicide aerially  and used the slash and dab  technique to kill offending  brush Slash and dab involves  making an incision iu a tree, or  culling a lice down, and applying herbicide directly into ihe  CUt <��' Ihe remaining slump  Miller, who started wilh  Hydro as vegetation manager in  I'JHI, noted Ihere were certain  limes of the year called  "widows" when il was possible  to cut ihe offending brush without applying herbicide and il  might nol grow back. Ile said  Ihe 'window' could nol be  limed exactly because of  weather changes, but occurred  when the leaves on trees were  in their "full Hush".  Ile also said lhat il would be  impossible lo manually cut all  Continued on page 16.  Sechelt staff forms union  Staff of the District Municipality of Sechelt voted unanimously on August 21 to join the BC Government Employees  Union, with Judy Steele as chairperson of the new group.  In May this year the group formed an association under the  Industrial Relations Act. At the time. Mayor MacLarty stated  her full support and suggested she might even have helped  in germinating the idea.  At the time, alderman Doug Reid warned that the next  step was unionization.  In a press release last week, alderman Mike Shanks stated  that the move was the result of, "...the manner In which  some employees, (not just one) have been dealt with over  the last nine months. For that, the mayor, and some personnel policies introduced over the last nine months, have been  directly responsible."  He added, "Union has its place but this is one union which  did not have to Ik* formed if certain personalities on Council  had not acted against staff members in the manner in which  they did."  Commenting on the move. Mayor MacLarty said, "I have  nothing against unions. I was in them all, during my time at  CBC  "They had their own group under the Labour Relations Act.  I understand why they've done It. They were a small group,  and it's difficult for only fifteen people to pay enough dues to  pay for expertise.  "It won't change the relationship the employees have with  management.''  MacLarty,  Shanks  battle  In a memo to members of  Council, Sechell mayor Nancy  MacLarty slated she has Instructed the acting administrator  to suspend her salary "to make  sure that no council member or  member of the public feels lhat I  am in some way taking advantage of the system."  MacLany's action conies hard  on the heels of her receipt of a  copy of a letter sent last April 21  to the CMC's Stall Relations  Department, by Sechelt alderman Michael Shanks  Essentially. Shanks' letter  painstakingly details the  mayor's duties as ihey relate to  her health, and explores the  question of MacLany's continuing lo receive a I'M', disability  pension while simultaneously  carrying on wilh the work of  mayor (Throughout his letter  Shanks expresses "concern" for  MacLany's welfare.)  In his letter (and publicly)  Shanks wonders why. if  MacLany's health is sound  enough to sustain her as mayor,  she should remain eligible for a  611 percent disability pension.  In an interview with the  Coasl News, MacLarty disclosed  thai Iwo and a hall monlhs ago  her disability pension liom (IIC  was discontinued, and for two  monlhs she was without an Income  Everyone in Roberts Creek pulled together at Cliff (iilker  Park to raise Roberts Creek Daze to new heights ...and set up  a shade shelter for hundreds of visitors and participants.  Cathrine Fuller photo  Nancy MacLarty  "1 had to produce my income  tax statements," she said, "and ii  turned out I made $J,*)IH.S0  from the municipality since  I .US, which is less than $ .00 a  year All I've taken from the  municipality as far as being  mayor is $2.. ..SO."  After an extensive battery of  medical tests, her pension was  reinstated retroactively.  In an effort lo find the reason  for the unexplained cancellation, she asked lor help from  friends al (IK and on August  Id received a copy of Shank's  letter.  When contacted by the Coast  News. Alderman Shanks was at  first reluctant to continent.  Asked what had motivated the  letter, he maintained MacLany's  hours of work as mayor had. in  lad. been extended, putting her.  he said, in Ihe same position of  stress she had liecn in when she  resigned as alderman.  "If she's all right on thai (her  health), win is she on long term  disability." he continued, "The  CI1C is a federal crown corporation Why should they Ik* paying  (her salary) if she is in good  health It she's in good health,  why isn't she called back to  cue?"  Hut MacLarty pointed out  thai the CMC is nol paying her a  salary' bul she is receiving a long  term disability insurance paid  by Great West Life. She. alone,  and nol (IK made the payments on that insurance, the  mayor added.  In her memo she explains  lhal each year she undergoes extensive medical testing hy her  doctor, the head of cardiology  al Nub UIIC and the Vancouver  General Hospital.  "In his professional opinion."  she slates, "I cannot undertake al  least 60 per cent of my former  duties of television producer-di  rector/writer without threatening my life, ihe requirement of  the insurance company is thai  long term disability benelils art-  only payable lo those who are  not able to perform al least 60  percent of their former post  lion."  MacLarty said lhat although  her heart condition makes ii  necessary to employ help for  physical tasks like housework  and gardening, she has no prob  lem at all in performing her  mayoral duties  In reply lo Shanks' allegations  that her working hours have  been extended since becoming  mayor, presumably aliening her  health detrimentally, MacLart)  stales llally thai such is nol the  case.  In her memo MacLarty discusses, at some length, her r.i  lionale for resigning as Sechell  Michael shanks  alderman in 1989. She de  scribes her frustration with the  situation in council al the lime,  as well as the resulting stress  which aggravated the heart  condilion. prompting her lo  leave her job ai the CDC iu llie  first place.  MacLarty declares, "Tlie  council member (Shanks) can  rest assured lhal no mallei how  much concern he mas, have, I  am ready, willing anil able to  continue and linisli my term ol  ollice"  "Those 'concerned citizens  from Wesl Sechell' who anon)  moiisly wrote (IIC can rest as  sured of that tact as well"  MacLarty added pointedly  When asked il he knew anything about these "anonymous  citizens from Wesl Sechell "  Shanks said he knew about ball  a dozen people who had intended lo wrile lo the CBC re  garding MacLarty. but did nol  know il would be anonymous  Shanks was not willing lo  comment on the fact thai his lei  ter to the CMC did not Indicate  he was a Sechelt alderman  Instead, he noted lhal he bad  brought up the issue ol  MacLany's health and ( IIC pension at a public all-candldalcs  meeling prior lo last tail's elei  tiou  "She's going lo lie llns 111 �� nb  Malcolm being let go. because  ol the liming of my letter ll she  does do thai, ii will give me a  golden opportunity to lay the  cards on tlie table in terms ol  how lhal Situation was dealt  with"  Alderman Shanks was refer  ring lo the departure of bis  brother, Malcolm, from ihe position of clerk-administrator of  Sechell. under a cloud of controversy, shortly before the letter  to the CIK; was written  While Malcom Shanks, main  tained lhat he had not resigned.  Mayor MacLarty insisted he had  The existence of a hand Written  letter from MacLarty lo the  clerk-administrator was leaked  to Ihe media, although its contents were not revealed  All the public knows lo this  day is that Malcolm Shanks.  Alderman Shanks' brolher, left  his longtime post as the chief  administrator of Sechelt There  has been no clarification as to  the reasons behind Ihe action.  or any financial settlement  which may have been reached Coast News. August 26, I WI  Bylaws lack enforcement  < ilizens complaining aboul  bylaw inlraclions will have lo Is.  prepared lo lay charges themselves, if ihe iiicideni occurs out-  snle ihe bylaw enforcement  officer's regular hours, the public  was lold al lasl week's meeling  of (iibsons council The information sparked expressions of in-  dtglliinl auger Irom two people  m attendance.  John I'allcrson had com-  plailted to council, earlier ihis  month, about the Gibsons Noise  bylaw, alier an incident in ibe  apartment building where lulls cs I'allcrson had. according lo  Ins letter lo council, attempted lo  have llie noise bylaw enforced  by ibe Us.Ml* and was told ihey  cuuldn'l do anything He wanted  the bylaw re-written with more  enforcement capabilities.  His position was supported by  former alderman Hob Maxwell.  who attended last week's meeling and related ins own misirations m attempting to have the  RCMI" enforce traffic infractions  around his neighbourhood  Mayor Eric Small lold  Patterson tll.lt according to the  l(( Ml', and under the bylaw as il  is written, llie noise bylaw is  only applicable when llie disturbance carries from one property  10 another In the situation of an  apartment   building,   be   ex  plained, ilu appropriate author  ns lo handle the complaint is llie  building manager or owner  hi oilier circumstances, lie  said. "II ihe bylaw officer is on  duly. and gels called out to a site  and Ihere is an offence under the  bylaw, she will lake appropriate  aclion Very frequently, as has  been pointed out. this happen*,  while she is nol on duly, so she  cannol lay charges without llie  assistance, cooperation and help  of the individual citizen"  In addressing Maxwell's complaint aboul ihe lack oi RCMI'response 10 traffic violations,  Alderman Ed Sleeves told the  meeting. "Trallic ill Ihe town falls  under municipal jurisdiction.  and ma under the R< 'Ml'.'  "II a guy goes through a slop  sign, wlio gives him a ticket?"  asked Mayor Small.  "Our bylaw oflicer,' rescinded  Sleeves, "if il's within Ihe town  limits"  However Corporal Waite, of  Ihe Gibsons RCMI' detachment  lold Ihe Coast News that all violations of the Molor Vehicle Act  come under Ihe jurisdiction of  Ihe RCMI*  Huge sewer  fees protested  aawiW "' <r ��� -  1  i  1  i  *   ir'm    -��^*i  -hL__  ��  -or.            ,  ���03 '**                 _-t-  __�� ->?_-         - c,^.-- .  " ���*:^!l9^BaW^m\m*^m  Jku* ''  f  II  da*  II '  "  r^'-'-mumaamm   ��   ""'MB  1    "Ii^-mE  i wm  "��s    J  ��� ���  ' "^^A   . -  IP  -^  Wf0llafm\^r^^^^^ '  ____  -   mmM   Bj Rom Nicholson  A delegation ol over to  Sechell residents appeared al  lasl week's Sechell council  meeling to protest ihe recenl  large Increases ut sewer user  lees  The increases, ranging Irotii  _ll lo "(I percent, were imposed, the protesters noted,  God-lard  relinquishes  post  (iibsons council has requested and received clerk-administrator Lorraine Goddurd's resignation, effective no later than  April -JO, 1992.  In a lengthy press release under the signature of mayor  Eric Small, it was made clear that "...there is no hint of im  proper conduct on Mrs. Goddurd's part, but simply a recognition thai the capabilities she brought to the job and acquired  iu the meantime do not meet the current and projected  needs (of Gibsons)."  Mrs. (ioddard, an ex mayor of (iibsons. assumed her administrative post eight years ago.  In his press release Small said,"We commissioned an  Organizational and Operational Review and Audit with the  lirm ol Dunwoody & Associates."  The purpose, lie said, was to "...determine thai existing  stalling levels, skills, and performance are what is required."  Ihe review confirmed that Goddurd's management exper  Use" was lacking in both immediate and "projected" terms.  Mrs. (ioddard has agreed to continue in her key position  (at Council's pleasure) until she secures other employment  or a replacement is hired.  One way or the other Lorraine (ioddard, a powerful  player in (iibsons' political history, will not Im* in her familiar chair at Council meetings come next May.  with no advance warning, and  Ihe bills payable by September  16 The unexpected expense  will come as a hardship in  many, ihey said .  In addition, the group,  mainly from Wesl Sechell. expressed strong dissatisfaction  with Ihe sewer system in iheir  area, describing a long list of  Inadequacies wilh lite service.  "Individually we weren't too  concerned." said Linda Itegg.  "We each i bought il was an Isolated problem ll wasn't until  we gol together and stalled talking aboul il thai we realized everyone was having the same  problem."  Moira Zealand, one ol Ihe  spokesmen for the group, spoke  of backed up drains, odour and  oilier problems  llegg. a new resident in the  area, said that when they  bought iheir house, they were  under ihe impression thai sewer  charges would be covered under iheir pmperty taxes.  "Then we got litis -_S_ bill,"  she said, "and I ben we find we  are on this tailing system, ll was  quite a shock."  llegg went on lo say lhat  when she checked her insurance, she found a claim for  sewer damage could be denied  if il was proven thai Ihe problem was known and had ex  ilic Norwest  (iale no  longer  graces  Armours  Beach or  (iibsons  Harbour. Joel  Johnstone  photo  isted for some period of time,  and her coverage could he canceled if it was shown lhat the  system was failing  i'uhlic Unimex Committee  Chairman lloh Wilson lold llie  group thai some of Ihe problems described could possibly  be attributed in collapsed or  broken pipes or gravel in the  "It wasn't  until we got  together  ...that we  realized  everyone  was having  the same  problem."  system,  "This can be easily Identified," he said, promising to undertake an inspection. "Ihis is a  definite Indication of a problem. We can relate to lhat."  In explaining the sudden  large increases. Wilson said  sewer user fees had not increased since I'IMS, while costs  of  maintenance   had   risen  sharply.  Added lo these costs was the  failure of the treatment facilities  al both Lynwond Court and  Creekside. Ile said lhal over  $10(1.0(10 had heen spent on  'band-aid' solutions, the cosl of  which was home by all the taxpayers of Ihe municipality  In addition, an audit of  sewer usage iu the downtown  area had shown that over the  years many users had added a  variety of drainage outlets  which taxed the system, and lor  which, up mini now, they had  not been charged.  Describing one part of die  band-aid solution. Wilson said  negotiations are nearly complete for a sludge disposal site  on a portion of the mined out  properly of llie gravel operation,  lie said the life of Ihe treatment  facilities at Lyn wood and  Creekside would be prolonged  as sludge is irucked away to the  new disposal site  "We feel the danger is imminent." warned Zealand. "If something isn't done soon, we might  end up with something extremely serious on our hands"  "If we were warned, and wc  didn't act on il." replied Wilson,  "then we'd lie liable."  Mayor Nancy MacLarty. acknowledging llie large increases  would be difficult for many to  handle, lold the group deadline  for pay mem had been extended  to December 16.  This did not altogether saiisfy  John Revington of Ye Olde  English Doughnut Shoppe on  Cowrie Street Ile said slow  summer traffic was already creating financial difficulties for  merchants iu Sechelt. and although the extended deadline  would offer some small reliel,  the problem would -still be there  iu December  Zealand conceded that some  of the responsibility tor the  problems lay with other levels  of government. - the Waste  Management Branch of the  Ministry of Environment, Coast  Garibaldi Health Ilnii and the  Regional District.  "Hut I still Ihink we're paying  too much." she said "We haven't  been looked alter too well by  any of ihe levels of government.  We've lieen treated very badly"  "We inherited one heck of a  lot of problems when we took  over those sewer plants," coll*  eluded Mayor MacLarty.  "We are applying for sewer  grants, and some time, in the  not loo distant future, you're going lo be hooked up lo a real  sewer Once you're on the regular sewer, everyone will he paying an equal cost."  ^r^PHoWdWNTEST *****  JtWINNERS  t long last, here il comes, Iwo weeks  back-to-back of the First Coast News Photo  Contest Winners!  Judging was difficult because of such a  great variety of photos submitted. So we  went al il hy piece by piece, having each  judge individually choose iheir favoriies Irom  each caiagory, then Coasl News I'tiblislierjim  Davidson and staff photographer Joel  Johnstone went over Ihe results and  adjudicated winners in each caiagory and llie  honorable mentions.  This week we present you Willi (he Overall  winning photograph by Tim Turner of  Gibsons. People caiagory winner Kim ('lark  of Sechell, and Tim Turner again as winner in  the Other caiagory.  Honorable mentions go to Josephine  Hammond - Oilier; licit Snowden and Ruth  Martlet! - People. Come lo Ihink of it, we may  even run a pholo spread of lite honorable  mentions loo. They really are worth a second  look.  This week you gel a big look. Next week  you gel to know all (he final details ol the  grand prize and runner-up prizes.  Winner -  Overall: Tim  Turner  (Whistler)  Winner -  People: Kim  Clark (New  Half Moon  Bay School  playground)  Winner-  Other. Tim  Turner  (Port.au  Cove)  \  to Coast News, August 26, 1991  SPCA  NEWS  Waiting a long  time for a  home is this  pretty little  year old cat.  She has  fostered a  number of  orphaned  kittens and  watched them  go to good  homes, but no-  one has taken  her. This  beautiful,  lovable feline  with different  coloured eyes  deserves a good  home too. Don't  let her down.  Call 885-4771  now!  Olson brothers heading  for the green?  Janitors win contract  battle with Canfor  by Gtorsj* Coop*  In June, lasl year, Canadian  Forest Products (Canfor) was  ordered by the Supreme Court  of IIC to pay a local janitorial  company die sum of $171,792.  for breach of contract and  Canfor appealed the decision.  In the appeal decision, given  this June 24, Canfor gained  some amelioration of ihe  amount of the original judgement and was released from  bearing the court costs of the  plaintiff.  llig Sweeper Duilding  Maintenance Ltd., a company  owned and operated by  Margaret Dove and her son  Mark, had received on March  2S, 1988 a purchase order from  Canfor for cleaning services.  The cleaning services were  for the temporary offices near  the mill site on an abandoned  parking area outside the fence  surrounding the Mill. The cleaning service operators understood from conversations with  the Canfor purchasing agent that  the contract would run at least  three years during the construction period.  The cleaning service operators gave up nine oilier cleaning  contracts at this lime, and began  buying supplies in preparation  for this Canfor contract.  before work could start on  Ihe contract, however, Canfor  learned on March .1. I .HH  from representatives of the CPU,  that the union's position was  that the janitorial work he-  longed to Ihe bargaining unit.  Canfor then considered the contract for cleaning services frus-  tntted. and on April 6 their purchasing agent told Mrs. Dove  her company's services would  not lie required.  Tlie trial judge did nol accept  the Canfor reason for claiming  the contract frustrated saying.  "There was perhaps carelessness, or misplaced trust...011 the  part of management" hut "no Ull-  forseen supervening event beyond the control of the parties  (Canfor and CPU)."  The Appeal Court gave the  respectful opinion that "the trial  judge erred iu assessing die  company's (llig Sweeper) damages for loss of profits on the  basis of what the Doves had losl  as opposed to Ihe company itself  "A company has labour expenses, The only plaintiff...is the  company, (llig Sweeper)"  Damages were reduced hy  about $60,000.  Said Margaret Dove, "I'm satisfied now that it's over. You  know, ihey didn't even say they  were sorry they cancelled the  contract hack in 1.88. I felt imposed upon, and that's when I  went to the lawyer."  LABOUR DAY"  WEEKEND  SPECIAL   11  Keller  nominated  for national  award  by Host NkMMR  The District of Sechelt will be  nominating Hetty Keller for one  of the national Lescarbot  Awards.  The prestigious awards are  given each year to honour outstanding contributions of volunteers and benefactors to  Canadian an and heritage.  Keller has been the driving  force behind the nine year old  Festival of the Written Arts,  which each year brings well  known writers and literary figures to the popular Sechelt  event.  The award is named after  Marc Lescarbot who came to  'New France1 early in the 17th  century, and was the author of  probably the first play written in  this country.  He organized the first gastronomic association in Canada,  and was the author of a history  of New France which was published in Paris, and went  through several editions.  The trophies, pins and medals  awarded to the volunteers and  benefactors were designed by  Canadian artist Antoine  Lamarche of Montreal.       :*k  Molly's '  Reach one  step closer  Molly's Reach is one step  closer to opening as a functional  restaurant.  At Tuesday's meeting, Gibsons  council approved the issuance of  a building permit for renovations  to the landmark.  At issue were the parking  facilities, (iibsons bylaws require  (hat one space be provided for  , every five seats.  Joan Thompson, who is  convening the building, revised  her original plans to comply  with the requirements, until  more parking space can be  acquired.  _.S__rtl_m_kH  Sechell doll Management lnc  (S(iMI), (he company originally  given approval by Sechelt  Council to pursue the construction of a golf course near  Kiiuiickinnlck I'ark, claims to  have topped the $2 million  mark in an effort to raise the  $2.67. million needed to fund  Edwards  Lake  project  discussed  t-yRimMctohon  Iu a letter to the Waler  Committee of the Tetrahedron  LRUP Regional District Jim  Gurney has explained the  District's position on the  planned Edwards Lake  Mountain Lake Slorage Project.  Ile said the projeci is a draw  down project, rather than a  dam project and is not expected  to have much effect on other resource users.  The project is a condilion of  the Regional District's water licence, and the permit for llie  construction expires in 1993. If  the project is not completed this  year it would Ik difficult for the  District to meet its 1 .y *> commitment to minimum low Hows  which will safeguard marine life  in the lower levels of the  si ream.  (iiirney said il was not feasible to implement the LRIII' suggestion to divert water from  Edwards Lake to Gray Creek.  Such a project would email  the constniclion of two dams to  raise die level of Edwards Lake,  causing extensive land flooding.  The other alternative would be  lo build a drainage channel lo  Gilbert Lake, and would require  extensive clearing.  "Wc suggest that both of these  options would have far greater  impact on the wilderness and  recreation values than our presenl proposal," commented  Gurney.  the project.  In a letter to Sechelt Council,  the president of SGM1, Russ  Olson, reported that, while  only $754,810 had been raised  as of July ... $12 million had  been raised in the last six  weeks Olson provided a letter  of confirmation of the amount  from his law firm, Jones and  Fairweaihcr  In ihe letter, Olson requested  lhat a new proposal front his  company for constniclion of ihe  golf course lx- placed on Sechelt  ( (iiiik il's September .*) agenda.  Olson brothers Developing  losl iheir exclusive right to build  a golf course on the Sechell land  when (hey failed lo have the required capital in hand by a June  .0 deadline, which itself had  been postponed twice  Olson lold Ihe Coast News  he is optimistic his new proposal will be well received by  council.  "We're not going lo change a  lol wilh the new proposal," he  said. "I Ihink it was fair for both  them and us the last time"  The developer has now  "teamed up" with an experienced builder of golf courses.  Willie Hall, who has built several golf courses on Vancouver  Island.  "We feel really good aboul  the whole project." Olson said  "I think the concept is correct,  the approach is correct, and il's.  appropriate for this community."  Sechelt Mayor Nancy  MacLarty. when asked how a  renewed proposal from the  Olsons might lie received, said,  "If ihey (SGM1) have got Ihe  money and want lo start negotiating a whole new agreement,  that's fine. I hope ihey make it."  MacLarty said that no move  had yet been made to re lender  the development of the course.  "We're wailing for a report to  come in from Ihe Hoard of  Tourism," she explained  Tlie report is expected sometime this week  She added lhat if the municipality did renegotiate wilh the  Olsons, some things would  change fnini the first agreement  hut wouldn't elaborate beyond  saying, "It will be a better  agreement for all concerned,  them and us."  In Secret Cove  RE-DISCOVER i  the  FROM CONTOUR DESIGN LTD.  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Friday, Aug. 30,9 pm -1 am, Saturday, Aug. 31, 9 pm -1 am  u,i���, t���e AUTOMATICS  Iff.  mUh Wrtrni  Secret Cove, B.C.  bt*_a_ii_ii_M_i_*^-M-  885-7184  ��� I*. I    ii ir__*    ...  I  mmmeaaamm EDITORIAL   OPINION  II  Communication lines dead  < itlco (be ire ol citizens is Rtlsed, not SO much by the actual  situations ihej arc in. bui by the attitudes of bureaucrats, law  cnloiccmcm officers, and elected officials Smug cnmlcscciiMon  seems to he a necessary attribute tor those who gain even a  small measure of power over iheir neighbour.  Lasi week, al (iibsons council. Sechell council, a meeting  with Hydro authorities m Area l\ and ai a Regional Dislricl  public  hearing,   individuals  and  groups of i it 17111s  were  confronted with their own impotence in affecting decisions  made by those m power  Frustration and anger levels were elevated by the fail dial,  while people were heing allowed 10 speak, no one in authority  seemed 10 be listening  What's worse, the authority figures kepi saying tilings like. "I  understand. 1 hear what you're saying I understand your  concerns"  Ibe fact is. thej ma) base been hearing lite words, but none  ol Ihem appeared 10 be considering Ibe content They appeared  10 believe ihey had exclusive knowledge ot Iill PACTS and  further input would simply |am ihe system  ibis attitude can be crazy-making tor members of lite public  who believe Ihey have valid poinl*. ol view that need lo he  considered Inevitably, reasonably civilized individuals, laced  nub Ibis communication problem, begin raising their voices,  then veiling in a vain allempl In make coillucl wilh the deaf  receptors al llu- head table  It jusl doesn't work The game had been decided, it nol  rigged, Ix-fore ihe public ever arrived The only hope individuals  have ol communicating is persistence Write enough, phone  enough anil go back to llu meetings often enough .mil vou may  lind an open hue. one da)  Rape is not sex  As the peoples of lite Soviet Union courageous!* faced down  the most reactionary elements in their sociely, ilms apparently  solidifying their democratic reforms and personal freedom, Ihe  women of Canada were brulall) thrust bask into die Hark Ages  Thanks to a ruling of ihe Supreme Conn ol (anada. the  fifteen year old Rape shield Law (which prevents ihe  interrogation of rape victims concerning iheir pasl sexual  behaviour), was struck down, declared unconstitutional,  deemed lo be all Infriiigenienl ol the defendant's rights  Supporters of the decision are t|ilii k lo point mil lhal such  questioning must be at the discretion of Ihe trial judge but  what they l.nl to grasp is lhal before the Shield law was put ill  place. Ihe same situation existed: In most cases, judges ruled  lhal the sexual history of rape victims was relevant, appropriate,  and therefore tidmissable as ev idence  The rationale behind llie Rape Shield law is not. as some  commentators apparently believe, simply 10 proiect rape victims'  rights Ii was Introduced because then Minister of Justice, Ron  Histoid, had studied the issues adhering 10 Canada's old rape  laws, and concluded they did nol address the realities of the  crime.  In his wisdom llasford grasped what seems to have eluded  the Court: lhat rape is nol a sexual crime, but rather one of  violence In plain language, an assault  The post sexual behaviour of a victim of sexual assault has  no more relevance lo lite crime lhan it would have in the case  of a mugging  Central to any violent assault is how vulnerable die attackers  perceives the victim 10 lie.  The Supreme Courl, has reached out from Us citadel of  judicial wisdom and pushed Canadian women onto a slippery,  regressive slope leading lo a victim-hood stains ihey thought had  been vanquished  LETTERS  You got what  you wanted!  '-Dear Pel Owner.  Don'i worry, vour cal is line.  She was gelling a big thill when  I found her, hut she seems  heallhy enough I ligurc ils only  been a week or two since you  dumped her Such a short period of lime without food  shouldn't have much effect on  die kittens Ihey will probably  be born any day now. hot don't  worry aboul thai, either, lis not  like she's never had kittens lie-  fore, and at leasl now ihey  won't have to be horn under a  log or a slump.  I haven't know her very long.  but she seems to be a nice  enough cat -- well-mannered,  Iriendly. and affectionate I can't  help wondering what she did to  you 10 make you turn her 0111 to  die, and I'll bet she's wondering,  loo.  As much as I'd like 10,1 cannot keep your cat. VCe already  have two cals of our own. and  ihree would be a crowd I'm going 10 have lo do what you  should have done ill the first  place - turn her over 10 llie  SI'CA and hope ihey can find a  good home for her Or al leasl  for ihe kittens There's not much  demand utll there for an adull,  uuneulered female cal Ilui  don't worry One way or another, she's oul of your life,  which was whal yoo wanled  Marilynu Green  An interesting  addition  Editor:  An addition to your story by  Stuart llurnside on page one  (August     19)    aboul    Jeff  Mulcaster's   CI1C   Christmas  Special.  Il's lohann's (iill to  Christmas, yes, as you say, il is  pronounced yo-hann bin is  spelled Willi a j nol a (i  ll is a children's book published iii the early 7()'s by the  laic Jack Richards of the  Vancouver Sun and is illustrated  by len (Morris, whom we all  know.  Patricia Daly  Locals help with  global problems  Editor:  While starvation and natural  disaster afflict millions of people  worldwide, residents of  (iibsons have helped show that  Canadian generosity is not  running dry.  In 1991, iragedies ranging  from die Gulf Wat to a volcano  in the Philippines have drawn  heavily on charitable giving  People have begun lo talk about  donor fatigue, and wonder  whether Canadians can really  make a difference.  Ilaugladesh, one of ihe  world's most impoverished  nations, suffered the most lethal  storm of the decade It killed  over 125,000 people Canadian-  funded shelters saved thousands  from the cyclone. Food and  medical supplies sustained  survivors in the chaos after the  winds died away  I am glad to report thai three  Ilaugladesh children, supported  through World Vision Canada  by sponsors in the vicinity of  (iibsons, have survived the  recent tragedy. The monthly  donations provided food,  clothing, education and  medicine for the children, as  well     as     helping     their  News Item:   Rotating strikes hit  Post Office plants across Canada  MNKMK'1  We have left Anne of Green  Gables behind us along with the  rest of ihe Charloliclown  Festival and are heading north  lowards die northeruiiiosl cape  of ibis verdant island which is  (-Hindu's smallest province,  when the rarely played radio  tells us of the coup in the Soviet  Union.  We have heard of die men  who farm die sea wilh horses  along this northern cape with  die Snail oi Northumberland on  die one side and the Gulf of St.  Lawrence on the other and  want lo sec Ihem iu aclion  Oncol the small hamlets  along die way. Skinners Pond,  is the boyhood home of thai  ardent Canadian, Siompin' Tom  ( .Minors and we pull up  alongside die oldest school on  I .luce Edward Island still  standing on ils original silt*.  There is a wrecked truck in the  yard witli Stompiii Tom  Connors written on ihe side  and a plaque in the Irom yard  detailing plans 10 preserve Ihe  old one room school The work  Is overdue: the paim is peeling:  one window is broken: the  building needs help  This is one of the few missed  Ixlson (his most tourist-  oriented of provinces The  provincial camp sites are simply  wonderful, the landscape of a  misty and measured charm, and  the road signs and services for  visitors arc nothing short of  masterly  Skinners I'ond, like many of  these seaside hamlets, is the  possessor of a surprisingly large  harbour wilh a long canal-like  opening 10 the Northumberland  Sirail There seem more fishing  boats than houses.  Ik-sides the lobster traps and  other paraphernalia of tl seagoing folk wilh farming interest  there are dairy cows, beef cows,  and al almost every dwelling  along litis cape one or two  A ride in the  affairs of men  MUSINGS  John Burnside  heavy work horses grazing  We're on the track of the  sea farmers  What is farmed from the  waves here is Irish Moss  Uprooted from the sea bottom  hy storms, the dark, purplish  Seaweed is an important source  of an emiilsitier called  carragheen used in toothpaste,,  ice cream, wine and cough  syrup. We are travelling up the  North (lape the morning after  ihe aftermath of Hurricane Hob  has swept over this part of the  island, and have hopes of seeing  the seaweed gatherers doing  their stuff.  Near the nonh end of the  island, near Sea Cow I'ond,  where walruses used lo frolic  belore hunted to extinction,  Highway 11 turns inlo a gravel  road and we choose die wrong  gravel road of two and wind up  in a dead-end above the red  sandstone cliffs  Tliere are two pick-up 1 rucks  al the dead-end with us, but we  SUSpecl not by accident The  drivers are surveying the red  sands on lite cove below us  Ihe long rakes and shovels in  the back of iheir pick-Up boxes  lead us to assume, correctly,  lhal these are die seaweed  farmers A sleep track leads  down to die beach Ilui alter  conference Ihe trucks drive  away. This is not the lime nor  die place  We course correct and in a  mailer of minutes we are al  Nonh Cape  Ihere is a science  fiction-like wind research  station here and, yes, on the  horizon there is a work horse  I11I1 lied lo a small wagon  heading for Ihe beach. We  follow on the run. past pickups  anil horse boxes on the cliff top  ���Another steep track leads  down to a very shallow cove  and we have found the seaweed  farmers Four men in  waterproofs ride bareback  astride the heavy horses into the  pounding surf lirhlnd them  they tire dragging a wire scoop  open at the front end. Tlie  horses wade in lo Ihe point  where waves wash over their  withers, then back Ihey come  hauling die seaweed  There is tt stiff breeze  blowing, make lhat a strong  wind in Ihe aftermath of  Hurricane bob. and we are cold  on the clilftop in our sweaters  but Ix'lnw us four more men  work feverishly in the salt spray  in their shin sleeves and one is  actually shirtless They are  emptying the moss scoops when  Ihe horses return The horses  lurch up the stones of the beach  until they are standing with  noses against the sandstone cliff,  then around and back in for  another load  The men shovel furiously,  keeping the seaweed from Ihe  reach of the crashing waves  < )ne of die characteristic pickups reverses down die cliff path  into die breakers then up on to  the rocky beach for loading  "Where's die horse with the  carl?" I ask Fran We find it  along lite beach in a smaller  cove having made a lurn around  a rocky corner, under waler,  lhat we would nol have  believed possible We watch as  a 11 or I . year old hoy.  working alone, methodically  tills his wagon, culling from it  seaweed of the wrong sort  The bottom corner of his  loaded can is under waler as he  rounds the corner inlo die main  cove where the men art-  working Ihe horse is steady  ami sure fooled, hauling its load  in the crashing waves.  lly the lime he returns ihere  are three pick-ups parked on die  beach and a fourth on die way.  The horses are resting against  the dill out of the way. their  labours, for the moment, over.  Liter, we see men piling the  moss in fields to dry. This is a  lucrative cfop and each pick-up  has ils own horse box which it  brings to work.   *  We have been privileged to  witness a little-known Canadian  vignette.  Next morning we learn that  the coup in Moscow seems to  lie falling apart. We reflect that  it is no thanks to us  We recall Prime Minister  Mulroney iu Loudon sternly  insisting 011 good faith from  Gorbachev before significant  help was forthcoming from the  West - good faith from the man  who single-handedly, almost,  dismantled the Soviet Empire  and ended the Cold War.  Ihis is a greater country than  ils leadership I'm sure Siompin'  Tom Connors would agree.  communities become self-  supporting Without ihis help  these communities would have  liecn ill-prepared for die cyclone  and the casualties in Ilaugladesh  would have been much higher  At a lime when Canadian  Generosity lias been tested. I  wish to commend tlie people in  your community who have  shown that goodwill is still in  good supply, by helping ensure  a future for children in  Ilaugladesh  Don Scott, President  World Vision Canada  No vision  acceptable.  Editor's notcsA copy of the  following was received for  publication  Mr. John Clark  Terminal Foresl Products  I was encouraged 10 learn  that you have cancelled vour  plans to spray the herbicide,  Vision, here on the Sunshine  Coast. However. 1 was discouraged 10 learn that you would he  "daubing" the herbicide instead  No method of application is  acceptable because of the chemical. Vision, is not acceptable  for use on the Sunshine Coast.  Period. As long as there are  doubt and controversy or unanswered questions about its  "safely", such a chemical has no  place anywhere near a watershed, which includes pretty  much the entire peninsula  Mechanical and manual  methods, as well as sheep grazing and belter (i.e. alternative)  logging practices, are what is  required by ihe residents of ihe  Sunshine Coast  CarolAnn Glover  No big deal  Editor:  What's the big deal'  Condom dispensing machines have been in the washrooms of Institutes of higher  learning for as long as a I can  remember  The prophylactic is actually  only a small latex balloon, and  inevitable, with the inventiveness of innocence or vulgarity,  besides ils intended use of preventing pregnancy, it is still only  a balloon and ought to lie seen  as lhat alone, regardless of ils  sexual associations.  Hot now. since the local government has turned sex and  condoms into a political major  issue to jowl about, and the  only alternative tiny responsible  elected official has is to place .1  small number of ihe items in  each and every mailbox in iheir  constituency; perhaps even the  whole country.  Resides, this product ought  to he readily available and oil  the shelves of every variety store  anyway.  K Recevetir  Impeachment  petition plea  Editor:  We need _,..(H> sheets of petitions, with _. names on a  sheet, to have a good chance for  Impeachment. At the time of  writing Mike Charelle and I  have sem not well over SOIKI,  due mainly to the response received from the women of  Canada, lhanks lo their determination and hard work there  is no doubt in my mind that we  will obtain, on our legal petitions, the million signatures we  require for impeachment.  Let each of us give ourselves  a Christmas present, hy having  Mulroney impeached liefore the  end of 1991, Then,even though  1992 may not he a prosperous  new year, it will at least lie a  happy one.  Ever since Mulroney has  been Prime Minister, this nation  has gone from crisis to crisis  ami we are forever in a state of  confusion. The corruption, the  lies and Ihe deceit from his  Conservative party vs like a massive cancerous growth that contaminates and destroys everything it touches. If Mulroney  had an ounce of integrity, or  had any res|>ccl for the people  of this nation he would have resigned a long time ago  If we have Ihe will and the  determination to succeed there  is nothing we cannot Jo.  I am asking the men of  Canada to gel involved. Don't  stand by and watch the women  of Canada carry your share of  the load. Write for petitions to  Ilox 147.. Pelerborousli,  Ontario, K9J 7H7  As Canadians each of us has  a moral obligation to this nation, to our children, and our  children's children lo help this  country dispose of this poor  excuse for a Canadian Prime  Minister.  Oh Canada we stand on  guard for thee.  John Wrlham  Campaign Director for the impeachment of Brian Mulroney.  Tilt Sunshine Com Nun is locally osnsto  ���rid pdriishad on the Sunthlm Com, B.C.  ���vtry Monday by Olaattefd Prats IM... Box  WO, Qlbiont, B.C., VON IVO, (004) M6-2622,  f AX (004) M6-7725; S.ai.ll Otliot.Bo- ����.  Stch.lt. B.C. (604) M5-3.30, Editorial (804)  8.5-38-0, FAX 1604) M5-MS4.   Tht Sunthlnt Co.il Nm ii ptoncttd by  copyright ind ..production ol any part ol rl by  tny mttm Is prohibited unltss p��rm_s_n In  wiling Is first stcurtd Irom Glassford Prtss Ltd.,  holder or Hit copyright. Subscription rala:  Canada-lytar-JH, 6 mo.-HO; Foralgrn yttr  $40. Stcond Cllts Mill R-jmrtlKsn No. 4702  PuNleher  Office Manager  Editor  Photograpbtr  Marketing Director  Coniuttinu  Production  Jim Davidson  Anno Thomson  Cothrino Fuller  Roso Nicholson  Stuart Burnside  Joel Johnstone  Mary Rogers  John Gilbert. Denis*  Sherman, Bill Rogers  Jan Schuks. Jackie  Pholan, Ella Warner,  BUI Rogers  Office Staff  Wiittra.Ar.Ma  �� Photographer.  Qibsons: Kim Currie,  Doe Grant  Section: Rum Forrester  John Burnside. S.Nutter.  Polar Trower, J.M. Sherman,  BUI Banting, George Cooper,  Janice Leighton, Ruth  Forrester, lauralee SoUl,  Diiie Percy, Margaret Wall.  Jacalyn Vincenr, Joyce  dairy. Marguerite. Harry  Turner, Mark Benton, John  Reiner  1  Your community's  AWARD-VV.Ni.rNC  newspaper  Xg^Vgi/iQ^r  v  "I'jTV*^*!!���**"'���' _*'*'*l_*  m* Coasl News, Augusi 26 1991  COMMUNITY  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-262?  SECHELT: 885-3930  ��� J  IGEORGE IN GIBSONS  hy  George  Cooper,  Itl-SIH  The Sunshine Coast White  Cane Club, formed early this  year, installed directors and officers at the annual meeting,  April 10, The Lions clubs have  been of great assistance to the  club which now has 24 members.  Some of the objectives of the  club are: to support the newly  blinded, and to promote social,  educational, and recreational  activities for the blind. For their  very first picnic, at Porpoise Bay  on July 9, the secretary  recorded, "...there was almost  perfect attendance, and a beautiful day"  Volunteer coordinator for  the ( NIB told us that each day  in BC, six new cases of blindness are registered. Half of them  could have been prevented by  taking some safety measure, for  instance wearing an eye shield  For overall Improvement in every way, The .Sunshine Coast  Handicapped Association was proud to present Ron Paul  (left) with the 1990/91 Elsie Canon Memorial Shield for  Outstanding Achievement. "Uncle Herb" Carson (right) works  two days a week side hy side with Ron making picnic tables  at the Achievement Centre in Gibsons industrial park.  Joel Johnstone photo  HORSESHOE BAY NEWS  by. Patti  Henderson  Where did the summer vacation go? Already September and  back to school, back to work,  and only K6 days to  Christmas...Wait, I retract thai.  Don't even think ahoul any of  this until after the long weekend...enjoy the glorious Indian  summer sunshine'  The big evening for the  weekend will lie the roar of en  gines at IIC I'lace. August ..(I lo  September I. World class Indy  auto racing will be here once  again.winners such as Al Unser  Jr., Mario Andretti and Danny  Sullivan challenge the 1.7 mile  circuit. If you have a 'need for  speed' why not get yourself a  pair of earplugs and join in on  the excitement. For more information, call the hotline 280-  INDY.  GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Recycling Tips  Next time you see a garbage truck working on  your road, remind yourself who is paying for  it. You arel - through your taxes  Municipal solid waste os a costly business. You  could help reduce the tax burden and do yourself  and the environment a good turn, in one simple  step - composting.  Did you know that, on average, 30% of household solid waste could be composted ��� in your  own garden? Information on how to compost in  next week's 'Recycling Tips.'  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  O  This space sponsored by  GIBSONS REALTY LTD  when cutting grass.  FESTIVAL   M.UMMS  I imherto's recipes and pastas  for .(H)'  The valiant volunteers - almost ISO of them - served the  pastas and a dessert trifle with  dispatch, out of the rain, at the  Sunday noon break. We salute  you all - gardeners, caterers,  house committees, and you  ticket kiosk and office people.  Noted: one of the audience,  a counsellor with the abused  commended Holley Rubinsky.  "Your story you just read will  help to make people more  aware of the abuse of incest "  A few sacred cows getting a  few swift kicks from Mailing.  Very refreshing.  Den Wicks' jest concerning  politician (.onion Wilson and  the bottle of wlndex surely  allows us lo extend the view of  that gentleman; I.e., Wilson  glibly galloping into the dawn  of a new era in politics busily  polishing, polishing...  The historian of dance in  Canada, Max Wyman. perceived  some themes that emerged In  llie weekend's talks; a call, for  instance, for Canadians to show  a new sense of responsibility to  the country, the value of the ordinary individual and of the  family, the call for a sense of  identity in a Canadian culture.  And of course there was  much, much more.  DIXIELAND   SUNDAY  If you have lo do a little last  minute shopping for the holiday  Monday or, just want to enjoy  the waterfront, there is this opportunity to do both. Dixieland  Sunday will he at the Londsdale  Quay. Feature act will be the  Mulberry Street Jazz Hand and  the street act will be the  Maintenance Crew Duo. The  entertainment starts in the early  afternoon so go ahead and sleep  in'  COMMUNITY   CENTRE  Don't forget, the Eagle  Harbour Community Centre is  still on maintenance shut down  until August ..(). The weight  room, itself, will he closed for  cleaning on Thursday, Augusi  29 and Friday, August ..0. No  pumping iron this weekend either, the whole centre will be  closed for the Labour Day  weekend starting Saturday,  August .1 to Monday,  September 2.  Check next column for more  information on registration for  aerobics, weight room. AST,  I'lay Care and Infant Care which  should be happening September  3. More next week.  WORTH  N0TINS  Spectacular mountains and  breathtaking seascape should lie  enough to keep you busy this  last week of'summer'. Enjoy the  surroundings.  One Final note, after the pleasure found by taking a walk  with nature, why not put on  your list of emergency numbers  this one l-WMI-667-4.21 Ihis  is the Provincial Recycling  Hotline, a way lo find out more  aboul how you can keep what  you just experienced, intact. Til  next week...  FINAL CLEARANCE  rf ils/i  Off  Fall Stock Arriving Daily  Remember Richard's Bucks  Expire August 31st  ��W,ap'��S  Gibsons and  District  Library  News  A reminder from the (iihsons  and District Public Library this  is your last chance to Fill out the  library use questionnaire  and help in planning for the future.  While you are in the library,  check out some of the many  new additions.  ncrm*.  Isobars, by Janette Turner  Hospital Changelings, hy  Tom Marshall; Immortality, I y  Milan Kundera; Brazzaville  Beach, hy William Ikiyd.  Elephant .Song, hy Wilbur  Smith; The Kitchen (intl's  Wife, by Amy Tan; In The  Centre Of The Nation, by Dan  (Vlttlmi Murder On The  Iditarod Trail, by Sue Henry;  I rosbiina. hy Dany Lalerriere;  Autonictta, by John llrrsey. A  Certain I'iiikelineyer. by Felix  Roziurr; Kiiua In The Weeds,  by Dierdre McNaincr. How To  Make An American Quilt, by  Whitney Otto; Daphne Ik-ad  and Done For, by Jobnathan  Ross; Potsdam Bluff, by lack  Hunter; and Last Makings, hy  Earle Ilirnev.  NON-nCTION:  On Parade: The  Organizers Guide to  Planning Parades and  Floats; Inside Passage:  Living With Killer Whales,  Bald Eagles, and Kwakiutl  Indians; The Magazine  Article: How To Think It,  Plan It, Write It: The Art  Course: The Complete  (iarden Planning Manual;  Joinery: Methods of  Fastening Woods; Twentieth  Century Decoration; The  Best of Times: Fifty Years of  Canadian Sport; The  If one of the nooks you want  is out, you can reserve it and we  will call you when it is available.  Fresh Troll  Sockeye & Pink Salmon  //    FAN  j    ISLE  SOCKEYE  $3.00 lb.  PINKS  $1.50 lb.  10",, DISCOUNT  on Pink Salmon  orders over 100 lbs  Call 886-7700  after 6:00 pm for  approximate  arrival date.  GIBSONS MEDICAL  CLINIC  Announces the  return of  Dr. Jim Petzold |  from sabbatical, on  September 3, 1991  __,UCK\ ,  DOLLAR  FOODS  Ken's Lucky  ollar Foods  yjm Quality, Service, Selection and  ��gs&       Everyday Low Prices  iem  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  TUES, AUG 27-SUN. SEPT. 1  OPEN MON - FRI. 9:30 am - 8 pm.  ' SAT.. SUN. & HOLIDAYS 9:30 am - 6 pm  " GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING - 886-2?57  M  BUTCHER SHOP  Burn's Campjlre Boneless  Smoked Picnic mm       mm mm,  HAM   ,2.29  Freth Australian Lamb Loin M      A A  chops _ 4.99  Grade TV Sirloin Tip 0    fl A  roast _ c.oo  Burn't Sliced Cooked A    AA  haiTl 3758m./ea   *&i��fw  Splendor Macaroni Cheese M r%  dinner -w_m ���*r��f  Orange/Grape.'Fruit Punch  Flavoured M      CQ  drink crystals..��,-, 1.09  Sunoro Ex-Fine Canoia A     O \aa  Oil il ��.09  Clouico Atv'd Spaghetti A     QQ  SailCe 700 gr,,    fc.09  F.B.I. AaUd SPRINT Fruit A A  drinks u .99  Royal Oak Charcool A     QQ  briquettes   ...��.. ��.99  Seahaul Chunk Ughl  In Water A Q  tuna is..,-, ��� 99  OPALAssId 70  peas .?. mi * 1*3  IDEAL Kim.I QQ  COm 340ml.   .09  OPAL Cream Sl|l. Q Q  corn 540mi .09  NMlIt Toll House Morsels  chocolate c aq  ChipS 2,3A0am    0 ��� C 9  IWlth Each Purchase ol  2 Toll House Morsels -  C��l 1 COLLECTOR'S TIN - FP.EEI  Sauortn All Purpose at      C fl  COffee 227am     I .0*3  Producer Lemon or  Green Dtih 4      PA  detergent      u 1.09  Grimm. Maple A     AA  him p.,./.��. 3-.U9  Chef Pok Deluxe u/Eog of     A A  potato salad ..������� I. US  ���������.    miO  HOT BOX  Golden Grove Pineapple  or Orange A A  juice a .yy  Innwood A     ^-f^%  butter 45,,,,, L. 1*3  Weston's En .died Whiter  60 - Whole Wrle.l Q A  bread ..7os���, . oy  PRODUCE  grapes  nectarines  BAKERY  Freshly Baked Sour Dough .4      J A  bread ... 1. 19  McGavln'i Bistro French A  Country 100% Whole Wheat __|      4A  bread ... 1.19  Pushtu Baked A    4A  brownies <,. C.I 9  Minute Maid Fruit A A  punches , ��,. .yy  Snowa_.fi Strawberries or ad       A A  raspberries   .259m l.oy  DAIRY  Dairyland  creamo  Olympic  L yogurt  T9  . . .500 ml.   .99 I  1Q7.0FFJ  J (o.im News. August its. 1991  'SECHELT SCENARIO  b��  Mutant Watt,  IH-33M  J     Pioneer    Days,    held    on  ,   Align*.I I, in T��i| ll.is Mill was  .a ureal success Willi IsiImiI pco  Jl'lc  mending  Thr winners in  I   the flowers and Vegetable*  '   t augurs were  'Mat:: Hairy Loinax. ind  ;   Dahlia: lulin   Saunders,    1st;  ><ierrv timgneh. 2nd; Mabel  '��� ,Miorh .rd  'Cat    perennial.:     I r a n c e s  I .t.nlliih   Im. (,wrn < nlliy. 2ml;  -   Krna Ileum.   *,rd  ?   Cat  annuals: Wendy   Ri))(Crs,  Im. (icralslint- Drown.  2nd;  I ,11,,bin kills    .rd  Wild Ilowers: I'lis lis   Kintber,  r    I si     Uremia   I.Kersnn.   2nd;  Winds Rogers,  .rd  I  lowl ol leiuty: Hazel   ( rain,  '   Im  i ami Phillips, 2nd; I'hylis  I   knnliti and Frances (irilTilll md  !   Im   .rd  Colli   Clary   "Illal": Bobby  Kelly, isi Kuat lark. 2ml; Lynu  ral-rvm. .id  rosy ol Flowers: (Children)  Christupher Klnneard, l*ti  Michelle Nelson, 2nd; Klenw  Klnneard and Saniantha Klnneard lied for._fd place  leets: (iunther Hc-it.it-* 2nd.  and Kin KiiiiIht. .rd  A big lhank you to die  Sechelt Harden Club for orga*  nlaing and seeing to the smooth  running of die event and also to  those who entered their prW  winning beauties  HOLIDAY  TIME  As you're reading ihis. 1  should be lounging on Ihe sand,  enjoying the balmy breews  blowing in "H Skaha lake, in  Penticton So il you can'l reach  me, with Mimeihtng for the column, dial's Ihe reason wll)   I'll  lx- back September 2 and I hope  in hear Irom youthen.  Willi all the different clubs  and organizations in the area  siarting up again lor the fall, I'll  expect quite a few phone calls  In ihe meantime, contact  t illume al the ( oast News with  any  community   news,   NHS  ..NO  CF.   FOUNDATION  The blue booth in Trail Hay  Mall, run hy the Canadian  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, will  he ihere iiiinl die end of Augusi  Established In I�����<-����� by a group  ol concerned parents, the  Foundation sponsors extensive  research and treatment programs across Canada. Ils ultimate objective is lo find a cure  or control lor cystic fibrosis, if  you haven't slopped by the  hooih yet, I urge you to do so.  5 AGEING DAILY W  ^     the country store      ��� I  i\  J^   See You There?  OPEN  (J       Ll Tuesday, August 27th  WE WILL BE OPEN LABOUR DAY!  Came olid hA and bee an* ietecUan  aj CaOuttUif and fane anils^suei.  1044 Seamount ��� 886-8535  (Behind Leu Wray's & Skookum Chrysler)  HOURS: TUESDAY - SATURDAY, 10-5  muute cu.  The Sechelt Karate Club  starts a new session in  September at Sechelt Elementary  School, beginners welcome. For  more information, call 886-  H-...4  ANNUM.   GENERAL   MEETINC  llie Sunshine Association for  die Handicapped will hold their  Annual (ieneral Meeting on  Tuesday, September .. at 7:.*io  pm in (ireeneconrt Hall,  Sechell  Beautification  another  step closer  by Noso Nicholson  Sechelt's Cowrie llcaulilica-  ii,in Initiative Plan came another  siep closer lasl week as Council  approved a million to proceed  wuii a Noiice of Intention as  required hi die Municipal Act  The projeci, expected to Ik-  completed some lime in l'W2.  provides lor die removal of utility poles and overhead wiring,  llie Installation of ornamental  slreel lighting and installation of  sidewalks  (.ranls from IIC Hydro. IIC  Tel ami ihe provincial government will bring the cosl of the  $7I9,U(HI project down to  $lf.6,...9, resulting in an annual payment of s.ii.oihi  (which includes six per cent in-  leresi). to he spread over I .  years.  Privale properly owners will  he responsible for 6(1 per cent  of ihe annual costs ($30,000),  wilh ihe municipality picking  up llie remaining 40 per cent  ($20,000).  Distribution of the cost to  properly owners will be apportioned according lo frontage  melres. nol according to assessed value of the property,  Notices will now he mailed  lo properly owners, informing  ihem of iheir share ol the costs  A period of thirty days will be  given in lho.se who wish lo pcli-  lion council not lo proceed  More lhan 111 per cent must be  opposed iu order lo hall Ihe  project.  Ullji; (Eorporatian of tt|e  ItHtrtct of _5erip.lt  P.O Box 129. 6545 Met Avenue. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0        Telephone (604) 865-1986      Fax: (604) 685-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  District Of Sechelt  COWRIE BEAUTIFICATION INITIATIVE  Notice of Intention  This will serve as notice ol the District of Sechelt's intention to proceed wilh a specified  area local Improvement, known as the "Cowrie Beautification Initiative", pursuant lo  Sections 674,656, and 657, of the Municipal Act. Pertinent information is as follows:  A. Location (the specified area)  The project covers both sides of Cowrie Streel from Wharf Avenue Avenue to  Shorncliffe Avenue. Plans may be viewed at the Municipal Office, 5545 Inlet  Avenue, Monday through Friday, during regular office hours, 8:30 a.m. lo 4:00 p.m.  (except Statutory holidays).  B. General Description  1. Removal of utility poles and overhead wiring and consequent re-servicing from  lane poles or underground conduit; and  2. Installation of ornamental street lighting; and  3. Installation of concrete sidewalks from curb lo approximate property line  (approximate 10-12 feet);  4. Project is intended to be completed during 1992.  C. Cost Estimates and Annual Charges  1. Gross cost: including administration, GST and contingencies  2. Net cost: after grants Irom BC Hydro, BC Tel,  Provincial Government  3. Annual net cost: including debt service (at 6% over 15 years)  4. With the District of Sechelt assuming 50% of the sidewalk costs, the  total annual projected costs per frontage meter al 6% over 15 years:  a) Cowrie Streel private property owner  b) District of Sechelt property and road right-of-way frontages  5. Annual Distribution of Costs: $  a) Cowrie Street private property owners 30,043  b) District of Sechelt 20,030  $719,020.00  486,349.00  50.073.00  29.77  46.61  %  60  40  D. Debt Repayment Period  Amortized over fifteen (15) years @ 6%  Notices will be mailed to each property owner specifying the taxable frontage of the  parcel, the total estimated annual charge and the commuted value of the charges.  Unless within one month of this Notice, a majority of the owners, representing at least  1/2 of the values of the parcels to be specially charged under each local improvement  project, petition Council not to proceed, the work will be undertaken.  R.D. Sabine  Acting Clerk  Dated this 22nd day of August, 1991  at Sechelt, B.C.  /V  MAYOR'S  HOTLINE  2?  885-5360  @��� -smWM-  nno___  MyiMlMln��Mlr|*wl  No strangers to giving, Elizabeth and David Bakewell of  Rolterts Creek arc just a few of many who give blood regit  larly lo the Red Cross. From post WWII days to present, the  two have given close to fifty limes and invite other*, to participate in Ihe next Donor Clinic, September ... at the Sechelt  legion on Wharf Street. Joel Johnstonr photo  SECHELT NOTES  CMNTDENKO  sechcii Aldermen voted against a motion to contribute  toward, the com of ;i business plan lhal would explore the lea  nihility of constructing a replica of the Discovery by the  Maritime History Society  HUMM  The municipality will now proceed with Ihe nexl step towards rezoning ol a long list ol properties. Stall was instructed  to draft bylaws and prepare for public beatings on t Ictrjbet 2  Public Utilities Committee chairman Bob Wilson met with  officials of the Ministry of Transportation and Highway, on  August 21 to discuss realignment of Highway nil from cowrie  Street to Teredo Streel  The work is m begin ihis tall, and Wilson reported lhal new  information on ibe soil conditions beneath the route will mean  the job will lake considerably longer lhan expected  SCRD NOTES  HUSH. MM DEBRIS COMING HERE?  Federal government binding cms lor die Debris Control Hoard  could mean dial much of the debris irom Vancouver Harbour  and the Fraser River could end up on Sunshine Coasl beaches.  Regional Dislricl directors will prolesi die cms al the upcoming meeling ol die Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM).  UMBER BUND PARK  The Regional District will investigate the possibility of developing a park on Gambler Island in conjunction with die island's  Community Centre.  PHEUW SETS CERTIFICATION  . Directors congratulated treasurer Michael I'lu-lan on die completion of the Northwest Municipal Treasurers Professional  Developmeni Certification (nurse at the University of  Washington  WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY  A new strategy heing developed by the Water Management  branch of die Ministry of Environment will be discussed at the  nexl Public Utilities Committee meeting.  Director Uric Small suggested members of the Water  Management branch he Invited lo explain die issues  LOGGING ON PRIVATE LAND  Directors voted to support a resolution al the UBCM, to be  presented hv die Regional Dislricl of Kunienay Boundary, which  would regulate logging on private land  Director Eric Small expressed reservations on the issue, noting  the resolution could result in hardship for private land owners  UAHUTYMSURANCE  The finance Committee will discuss a siiggeslioiflrum Parks  Superintendent Sieve Alexander dial llie regional Dislricl require  user groups and special events organizers provide Iheir own liability Insurance lor events staged in Regional Dislricl parks  EMERGENCY DIALING  Area A alternate director, Cy O'Leary, urged directors to consider the installation of tlte emergency 911 dialings) stem.  A minimum ul i .mi subscribers is required for lite service,  and O'Leary speculated Ibis number could he reached during  die slimmer  Director Jim (itirney observed dial '111 may be loo expensive  to consider ai ihis lime, and an equivalent emergency service  would lie provided hv coming < 'eiltral Dispatch System.  ISELHUTI  FIRE  SECHELT  Fireplace Ltd.  "The Convair Cooler"  imirnnmciilallv Iris mils,  ��� Sleek  No More lhan A I Mil hull) lo Run  No More Stuck In One Window  ��� Ir Anywhere In Your Olfice Or I lotne  S lie is.- ��� ��� & IV,n i-hiiiisi-  563 1  Wli.iil H.I.,   885-717 1  = _.  ��� IL  ���fl.  !i  ���t  Sui  .10  :?  ll  :_  jfc  ITS FUN TO SEW WITH PFAFF  PFAFF  $50 OFF  All PFAFF Machines already at  SPECIAL PNE PRICES  with this couponl  Bring Ihis ad to our PNE Booth at  (HOME IDEA CENTRE 152) or any PFAFF dealer  listed in your Yellow Pages.  Offer expires September 3,1991  ONE COUPON PER MACHINE.  dJVdd hxiaa Mas cu. iSind s.U ���  i_  z.  5:  u  v.  ii  "2  J  Tl*  Tl  Sew Easy, Trail Bay Centra,  MEETS PNE PRICES on ALL  PFAFF MACHINES & 8ERQBRS  SecvS***  Trail Bay C��ntr#, Sachelt  MB*7U  '���v..  f I  _:..__J___2_---   -J-t-U-  ________* Coast News, August 2(> 19.1  f DAVIS BAY NEWS  .�� J��-��nn  Sheinh,  IIS-3(29  The beach in Davis Hay is  perhaps one of die nicest, safest  and certainly one of the most  popular beadles in die area (in  any summer day, the sands art-  covered with sunbalhers and  swimmers of all ages Small  children frolic iu the shallow  waters, while older ones test  iheir swimming skills farther  out Sunday is probably tlie busiest day of die week, a real family day.lhal is why the phone  call I received last Monday afternoon is somewhat disturbing.  A gentleman and his wile  who reside in another community in the area, look a group of  children In ihe beach early  Sunday afternoon (Augusi IH)  Whal was m he a day ol pleasure soon turned into a disiasie-  fttl experience  He    said    "ihere     were  approximately i. people m  Iheir ill's who were drinking  beer, listening lo 'rap' music  with obfcenc lyrics booming  from a van parked on ihe  beachfront     There   was   a  'motorized surf board1 zooming  in and oul among the swim  men, endangering those who  were in the water"  The caller further stated lhat  very soon people began packing  up and leaving, lie and bis  group included. A potentially  beauliful day for many was ruined by die thoughtlessness of a  few. He has suggested that a  sign he posted slating "no alcohol, loud music or power boats  allowed in the swimming area"  He asked me lo report the  incident iu this column so you,  the readers, will be aware of  what's happening on our own  beach and lake die appropriate  steps to see it won't happen  again  COMMUNITY   MEETINS  The Community Association  meeling is the place to voice  your opinions and ideas and  you will have thai opportunity  when the fall meeling resumes  on Tuesday, September 10 at I  pm al die Hall   (lo turn out'!  lean Robinson is iu charge of  arranging speakers for die meet  ings and would appreciate any  suggestions you may have. Call  her at 88S-29S. and offer some  of your ideas; the more input  Jean gets, the more varied and  interesting the programs will he.  CONDOLENCES  Sincere condolences go out  to Joan Hope and family on the  passing of husband and father,  Fred Hope, who slipped away  peacefully, at home, on August  1-1. 1991-  ���100D DONOR CLINIC  A Illood Donor Clinic will  Ik- held on September ., 1991  from 1 pm. unlit H pm at the  Royal Canadian Legion, branch  110 in Sechelt If you are able,  please give a pint of blood  SUMMER'S  END  September.. marks die Opening day of school for the new  term The Streets will Ik* busy  with little ones walking, so  when they are trying lo cross  the streel, give them a brake!  Please lake the time to enjoy  these lasl lew days of OLD  summer belore embarking on  Ihe NEW fall.  loin us tor llu* 11th Annual  TERRY FOX  RUN  lor Cancer Research , ���  '-l_.ll.i_ In  Sunday, September 15, 1991    lhol^c,M-  comt 1=^  Clearance Table  Child's Leather Runners  Reg S27-S19.99  LA Gear Men's a  Reg. 8999 SALE $63.99 /  Reg. 99.95 SALE $69.99        ��g  LA Gear Children's  Boys Reg. 64.95  SALE 49.99 _:  Girls Reg 69.95  SALE 49.99  DRIVER  WANTED  A part-time  driver is required  immediately. Clean  driving record  necessary.  Send resume to Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  Attention Jim Davidson  III  i|\IT MISS THIS  YARD  lira  mm  EVER BEEN TO!  ~.  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With Gas Prices On The  Increase And Propane At  1980 Prices It's Time To ^ZZZ-Z-ZZ.13  MAKE THE MOVE "T  Don't Forget Propane Is Environmentally Save '  2x4 Ceiling  Light Panels  $2.00 each  Reg. $5.99  6' Cedar Picnic  Table Kits  $35.00  4 Lett Reg. $49.00  USED MATERIALS  1 -10' x 12' Camel Pen $50.00  (Great For Baby Camels, Chickens,  Ducks, Dugs, Yuu Name II!)  37 LF Alum. Deck Railing $120.00  Wrought Iron Stair Railing $50.00  - 3x4 Wood Window, Dual Pane $50.00  - Chainlink Fence Gates  1 - Used Approx. 4'w x 6'h $49.00  1 - New Approx. 3'w x 4'h $49.00  SAVE 40%  - Adjustable Shelf Brackets & Standards 40% Off  - Vangaurd White Plastic Shelf Hardware 40% Off  - Galvanized Lag & Carriage Bolts 40% Off  12" Smoke Plastic Shelf Brackets More Than 40% Off  Reg. $13.99/pr. SALE PRICE $4.00/pr.  Glidden Stains  Cedar Oil Stain  $7.99  Glidden  Semi-Transparent Stains  $15.99 Reg. $30.99  Can Be Tinted To  Olympic Colours  Cedar Siding  3/4x10 Bevel  160/LF  2x6 Dressed Cedar  300/LF  2 FT x 10 FT  Kids Fort  Lumber Used Pallets  $5.00 each  Graffiti Remover  $4.00/Can Reg $9.99  Removes Almost Anything  D0NT FORGET  OUR GREAT PRICES  ON LATTICE PANELS  r x 8' - $3.50 each  2' x 8" -$8.00 each  4'x 8'-$16.00 each  SHED CLEARANCE  1-6x6 Prebuilt  $399.00  Reg. $557.00  Assembles In One Hour  1-8x6 Demo Shed  $300.00  Assembled  Reg. $479.00 - Unassembled  LUMBER  CLEARANCE  Red Cedar  lx4-16C/LFReg.23.  lx6-250/LFReg.36.  lx8-37C/LFReg.55<  2x4-25C/LFReg.39<  2 x 6 - 40C/LF Reg. 69.  2xlO-$1.10/LFReg.$1.40  2xl2-$1.39/LFReg.$1.69  13/4 x 6 Utility-20C/LF  4 x 4 x 8 #1 - $6.99 each  4 x 4 x 6 - $3.99 each  4 x 4 x 8 - UTE - $5.99 each  2x4KDSpr.-230/LF  2x4Std.Fir-230/LF  ALL SALES CASH & CARRY  SALE ENDS SEPT. 7  OR WHILE STOCKS LAST  UTERNATIVE  -THE  Specializing In Woodworking & Interior Finishing Materials  Open: Mon.-Fri., 9:00-5:00, Sal, 9:00-4:00  mataaaammam  ���*_M_B_fa_a_a_l_te ( sum News Augusi 20. 1991  Residents reject pitch �� putt  by Rose NictwKon  . I1.111111.11. Inn diniuv \\;i\  f-ircrtl i't jHatiilly lo nil Itir nr  ilt i. olun miMKirssltillx. as ivv  ul.niv sli-tutt'il iluu ihvi|t|>ru\.il  lining .\ second public hearing  convened   tit   discuss   new  Ih p.innuni ot Ih^hw.ivs acu'vs  requirements fur a proposed  pitch '���> put. development on  Maskell Ko.nl in Roberts* reck  Set ct .il    people    w Ii"    liail  tsrudgiutil) approved ilu- project  at du- first public lieariuft now  ailainaniK n Instil lo.kv.pt (Ik1  I1CW demands, maintaining Hut  lite) woiikl di.isiualK alit-i ac  cess i" (he pnipert) and result  in thr clearing ul .��� wide swath  lo    .1110111111011.111'    .ulililiim.il  roail access trom huitT l.o;ul  Other uhjectitins revolved  around a potential!) nwkwanl  min onio a dangerous section ul  Minima.   101  Enumerating a lon^ lisi ol se-  nous accidents, sonic ol then.  fatal   on thai section nl the  highway. Alex Ross  declared.  "We're how Iwing ;isked i" ndd  lo lhal Mood) i Ii.ion "  t oncei'ii over water tpiallt)  was expressed In mam ol (tie  resuknis  Muriel I'lilitl lives on Joe  Road and has lutl a waler h-  leme on Joe Smith i reek lor  o\ei tweiilv \eais  "In the l.isi if\\ yeais I*VC niv  ticed an increasing amount ol  material irom the highwa)  cashing into ihe i reek.' she  said "That's an ill inking  water I'm opposed tn litis de  xelopmnit"  St tna Eyton reminded the  he.ning ol ilu- mam Hash Roods  in Ihe area in llu last ten to lit  leen \e.us  "Additional clearing will oul)  make ihe situation worse." she  added  others maintained increased  traffic could he a danger to  children playing in ihe Maskell  Road area  People were also atlgr) that  oitH i.ils hom ihe Department nl  Highways were not presenl t"  ihsi iiss   iheir  concents,   hut  chairman (iurnej pointed "in n  is not Highways' polio lo attend public hearings  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  Starting Next Week  RAISE UP YOUR VOICE IN SOW.  Lyn Vernon, h.Sld. (Hi  Coiiininnil) clmii bused in Sechell with rtxrusoti  cl_ssk.il ..cute Call Iti t-gisiet tur nu.lituiii.s  lu lie held sepl 4/5 nl 7:00 pm  SPEAK K)R VOIRSKI.K  April Sinilhers, Pee $75.1X1  CiiiniiHinieiite nssetiivel) hy using lisicnint!,  responding, nml nssenive skills. Regius Sepl 3,  7(H) pm  NATURE SERIES  Siituruny Courses, Pee $35.00 ench;  Life on llie Bench Sepl 7  Lire under. Dock Sepl _l  Whni mi Enrih/Whni in HenvenOcl 5  Wesl Const Snhnoiiitls tici  2'>  CREDIT COURSES  Political Slushes 202 -  Govemiiienl mid Politics ol H ('  Instructor; Michelle Carr. Pee $ 135 Stnrts Sept. 3.  Regisler Hv Calling K85-.3111. Between  12:00and ..OOniii  5627 li.lr.-t Avenue ��� Sechell ��� Call 885-9310  What niinln ns well be a cheer lor one of the best Robert*,  t reek Daw ever is , in fan, a belly dance ��� a sample of the  wide variety of enteraiiinient, arts and crafts presented.  Rose inkIhiImiii pholo  IROBERTS CREEK  The great  Daze of  summer  by Janice l.lgtiton, 886-3541  (sn.mils ilu- Daze was an  excellent happening again this  sear I spoke personally with  iwo lamilies who wire so impressed, they're pinning ways of  settling here .ikes'  llu- Roberts (reek firemen  and the (reekers played a won*  derfnll) humorous anil skillful  baseball name al Mill (iilker  iTulas, nighl with llie final scot.  a suspeuseful lie Tlie teens'  dance was a Iill with Ihe music  of Second Nature  "Exceptional publicity by the  SUNSHINE COAST NEWS  and support from its Business  Community helped to make  Roberts Creek Daze  a real success!"  mm  *J_*t*r��-i*;/..  �����19}  Says Ed Lands of Roberts Creek, ��  one of the Co-ordinators.  Ed operates Sensible solutions,  a local firm devoted to the distribution  of environmental products and services.  if you have something to sell -  or a story to tell - let our team of  Award-winning Advertising  Specialists work for you, too!  Gibsons 886-2622  Gibsons Fax 886-7725  Sechelt 885-3930  Sechelt Fax 885-3954  Hie parade was riddled with  Roberts Creek culture, like the  crows from Crowe Road or the  Henderson Road lieach chili.  Musi, was a lii);lili). il of the  feslivilies at Cliff (iilker. Shaded  In an enormous kite (or was it  a hang glider?) the sta^e was  nestled near the edge of a  parachute raised in create a  large covered circle. The atmosphere underneath was circuslike with booths clustered  ariiuuil the circumference.  The smell of barbecued  hamburgers wafled around  small hands carrying large  spools of cotton candy  For waicr lovers the pool at  the bottom of the waterfall was  wel ami cool  Thai evening the Rubens  (Ireek nines Hand stirred up Ihe  dancing spirits with familiar  favourites Irom llie Allinan  brothers, die Stones, and others.  Let's congratulate the organisers and give each oilier a pal  on the hack for participating  and making tlte Daze an event  capable of changing lives.  SC FALL FAIR  Remember to waler those  zucchini for llie '(ireal Zucchini  Contest' al the Sunshine Coast  I ill fair The I ilr is Saturday  September I i al die Kinsman's  Hall iii Dougal I'ark Among ihe  fresh vegetables, fall ilowers. local crafts, and savoury food will  be a communily display area  wilh a table sel aside for Roberts  ('reek to exhibit whal makes it  distinctive. I'm looking for volunteers lo help create ibis display so call inc. Janice (HHb-  ... I)if Interested.  Any oilier intpiiries aliout the  fair call Lilian Kunstler (886-  l.l>.8).  QUICK NOTES  Tie Rolierts Creek Childcare  Society is having ils annual general meeling Thursday, August  29 al 7:30 pm at 2690 Lower  Road All are welcome. Call  lane (886-''61<�� with any qiies-  lious.  LIBRARY  NOTES  Our thanks lo our 'Dazed'  Iriends who supported die Itook  sale. Our profit was $170,  which will be used lo buy more  books for your pleasure Some  line reading material went at  bargain prices  And now. a friendly across-  ihe road greeting to Dclitish  Cafe, our new gourmet  neighbour bring a good hook  along on your coffee break at  the cale See you al the library  order your  iced tea  and  crystal light  drink mixes  Call Doug at  8B6-7686  AUDREY'SI  Coffee Service  IGOLDEN LIFELINES!  Time change  for PNE  departure  k) Jo. ct Oitry  There will be a bus for the  I'NE on August 2') Please note:  the NEW time for departure will  lie Ihe 10:30 ferry and return on  the 7;2S ferry. May told me lhat  the reason for the change is the  new program and liming this  year Tlie phone number is 88S-  5500.  IMMUNIZATION  SAVES  LIVES  Fall is peeking around the  corner and so might preventable  diseases, because people are not  having themselves or their children immunized. Iu 1989, for  example, whooping cough hit a  ..(1-year peak in Alberta  Smallpox is eradicated  Hepatitis It. which kills up lo  Iwo million people a year is  now the most prevalent disease  Aliout two-fifths of people in the  world have the viral infection.  which is preventable by vaccine  Ottawa recommends children he routinely mummi/cd  against measles, diphtheria,  whooping cough, tetanus and  polio, as well as hemophilias influenza II (the most common  cause of bacterial meningitis)  and mumps The first five diseases plus tuberculosis constitute Ihe major six vaccine pre  venlable illnesses targeted hy the  World Health Organization  Canadian adults should get  booster shots when needed  People at high risk because of  age or occupation should also  he immunized against tuberculosis, hepatitis ii. influenza,  meningococcal and pneumococcal illness, plague, rabies  and rubella  .Source. Info Clove, lleallh  and Welfare Canada  The nexl Executive Meeting  is Tuesday. September .. at 111  am  See you nexl Thursday al  crafts . c >,  *��  V  :o  >�� _*>  IT'S HERE  NOW!  FAftMFRESH  SWEET CORN  First pickings  of the season at  ROOSENDAI  Mk REGISTRATION  SCOUTS rauama'Seem^ afetU. SeA^mta  Pender Harbour ^  ;:pte        Wetlnesday, September 18, 1991 - 7 pm ^||;  Madeira Park Elementary School  For information contact Belly Sludey 883-2435  . Roberts Creek ^��  Jp*      Wednesday. September 18, 1991 ��� 7 pm      *i|l  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Community Use Room  For information contact Lindu Spuni 885-3H.5  Sechelt ^  fc. Saturday, September 7, 1991 - 10-4 pm **\\  Trail Hay Mall ~;  For information contact Curl Dixon 885-3941  West Sechelt ^  k* Monday, September 9, 1991 - 7 pm "4H  West Sechelt Elementary School  For information contact Kris Ansteud 885-3597  :__  Halfmoon Bay  ^        Tuesday, September 17, 1991 - 7 pm        �����f|  Halfmoon Buy School  For information contact Don Kinneurd 885-5208  Glbaana  pp. Tuesday, September 10, 1991 - 7 pm -^J  Gibsons Elementary School  For information contact Dave Wood-louse 88_-3401  WEEKEND  IS COMING!  Before  check earner-. k  Clean lenTeT    ba"��'��  .fecials at PHOTOWORKS  *   2   ROLLS KONICA  lOO ISO  24 EXP.      Sr.49  |  1 *   2  ROLLS FUJI  200 IS  24  EXP.      $8.99  During: Drive carefully  Play hard  Takes lots of photos  AfCer:     Bring film to  Photoworks for high  quality  I  hour  photofinishing  Sec l/s fir.I  fin   till l/nill Mmm  lilinliiill tll'llli   tli-i-il:  PHOTO W&RKS  I^11 Bay Mall. Sechel  885-4447 Coasl News, August 26, 1991  IEGM0NT NEWS  Summer  speeds  away  IHARBOUR WATCH  fef Dl��l_ Ptrtf  I'm sure no one needs to he  reminded about which long  weekend is coming up. It's just  hard to believe it's that time  again, already. Where does the  time go? I'll tell you where it  goes; zipping hy, that's where.  It's no wonder things seemed  to creep along at a slower pace  back in the old days - they actually did! Nowadays, we speed  along on the tail of a nanosecond, inventing more and more  lime saving devices, looking for  more hang out of our faster  flowing minute. Wc can pack so  many activities into just one  morning  now,   that   in   my  grandparents' day would've  taken a month  Don't get me wrong. I'm the  first person to pick up a telephone, do my banking by computer and have my photos developed at the one hour place,  but it sure is great to be able to  live on Egmont time when 1 get  home.  I like getting up when il's  light, going to sleep when it's  dark and, occasionally, losing  track of what day it is. ll helps  keep this faster pace of life in  perspective, and besides, maybe  it can even make the summer  last a little longer.  It's never too early to prepare  for the cooler months, however.  For any of you who haven't  bought tickets on the Egmont  Quilt, quality built by our own  expert quilters. get some while  they last. They'll only be on sale  until October at all sorts of local  outlets. You'll never win if you  don't have a ticket.  STIHL WOOD-PRO KIT  ��� Ollomatlc Replacement  Chain Loop  ��� Extra Spark Plug  ��� 250 ml Engine Oil Mix  ��� Stlhl Sport/Travel Bag /_.*. i > -haini I  ��� Combination Fuel/Bar Lube Container       ("n /1 mm) >  v  PLUS Valu-bte Stlhl Coupons For Additional Savings Worth'75^  *Woo--Pro"'Killr-��  with required purdi-S- ol any  SWsl 009-. 021.023.025,026,034 or 044  chain taw. Oder a��a_tb_. while supplies last, al  SO. Cellars in Cerrlral and Western Canada.  AVAILABLE AT:  STIHL  niawnoaf una Wonowraa  KELLY'S LAWNMOWIR * CHAINSAW  SALES & SERVICE  731 North Road, Qibsons ������������2912  TOM TOOLIRY LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Msdolri Park ���������������114  AL'S POWin PLUS SMVICI  5542 Inlet Ave., Sec.*. "~  If J-calya Ulse.st,  Ml-IM.  For those of you who are interested in how the clinic expansion is coming along. It's doing great. Completion date is  expected to be September 1. As  a plus, it is right on budget! The  board of directors would like to  thank Charles Paine for all the  tremendous work and time he  lias put into this project!  If anyone would like to renew their menihershp or purchase a new membership, they  may do so September 29 at the  clinic, llie fee is $ . for a family  and $.. for a single membership.  They last one year and are available to all Pender Harbour residents.  OPEN   HOUSE  Tlie Pender Harbour Library  will he hosting an 'Open House  and Hook Sale' August .I, between 11 and . pm, in Madeira  1 .uk. Volunteers will be serving  tea and cookies If you would  like tn be a volunteer for just a  couple of hours a week at the  library, feel free to phone  Blanche at H8..-90.6 or Maude  at 88.-5-1112 Enjoy the great se-  leciinn of hooks!  musk mciety win  Tlie Lars Valmestad Concert  was very well attended. About  70 people enjoyed the notes of  the new piano, under the stars,  on the beautiful summer  evening.  Enjoy a delicious salmon  barbecue that the music society  will be putting on August 31, it  the music school. A full plate  meal for adults will be SlO and  a children's hotdog plate will  also he available for $2,50.  Families are welcome to relish  in this treat, beginning at 4 pm.  POOL   OPENING  Tlie Pender Harbour Aquatic  Centre will be opening to the  IHALFM00N HAPPENINGSI  by Rett Perrestar,  115-2411  For these past several weeks  Coopers (ireen has been, and  still is, a very well used family  picnic park. It is always a pleasure to pay a visit to this little  gem of a place and to see how  much fun the little ones are having. The water is particularly  pleasant this summer and is being enjoyed by adults as well as  the children.  Tliere are families who regularly have their picnic dinner  each evening, which makes so  much more sense than sitting at  home at this time of the year.  Somehow, no matter bow busy  the place is, there seems to be  room for everyone despite the  fact that it is shared by fishermen too,  Although I have to say that  there aren't too many happy  fishermen these days. The poor  seagulls are missing out on their  usual treats of lish heads and we  are missing out on our normal  salmon treats. Who knows -  tilings may yet improve before  summer is over.  While on the subject of the  park, I would like to comment  on how very well the caretakers  look alter things I know thai  some folks are pretty messy  with their garbage etc., but it  seems to Ik all gone in no time,  thanks to these people.  FOR JUTTS SAKE  There is a small group of senior citizens in Halfmoon (lay  who find great joy and who  give much pleasure with their  artistic work - mostly oil paintings. Normally, they get together  at Welcome lleach Community  Hall on Monday afternoons  throughout the winter and  spring. This year there is doubt  as to whether they will Ive ahle  to continue this activity. You  might just he the one who can  help them carry on the good  work  Apparently the lady who  used to provide rides to and  from the hall has moved away,  leaving the rest of the participants without a means of transport.  So, if anyone would care to  volunteer an afternoon once a  week lo transport our local  artists from Welcome Woods  and Redrooffs to the hall, please  give Olive a call at 88.-2.-578  She would be pleased to hear  | from you.  It does not have to he on  Mondays, the group is flexible  as to the day in question.  A IR0OOT IANT.  Each year we go through the  trauma of having a wee banty  hen who decides that she wants  lo lie a mother. This poor tiling  prepares a nest in the bush and  patiently lays about 10 eggs  upon which she will sit until  they hatch. Only trouble is that,  no matter how long she sits  there, they will never hatch,  since Ihere is no rooster to fertilize the eggs. After a few weeks  we begin to feel sorry for her  so we go to our local farm foo.  supplier and buy some day-old  baby chicks.  We prepare what we call the  'baby House', which is a safe  closed-in little structure, and at  night when darkness falls we  sneak up on her, pick her up  and move her into the little  house which is complete with a  straw nest. We then place the  baby chicks - all ten of them  this time - underneath her, and,  hey presto, she clucks away  quite happily and adopts them  as her own.  This procedure takes place  annually, but this year she decided to wait until now before  becoming a mother. She should  actually have heen doing her  thing in about May or June  We had figured that it would  be impossible to get day-olds  this late in the year, hut our  thanks to the good people at  Quality Farm and (iarden  Supply, who took a trip over to  town and brought hack 10 cute  babies for our Mrs. Banty.  She will take good care of  them until they are about three  months old when she will have  had enough of the mothering  and will put the run on them  when they go near her. being  ordinary Rhode Island laying  hens they will become much  larger than she is hy the time  they are a few weeks old. but  she will still boss them around  even as they tower above her.  We always get a lot of  pleasure watching this wonderful little mother show the tiny  chicks how to scratch the  ground for insects, and when  they get tired she sits down and  all the little ones snuggle into  her feathers for a nap. You can  see an occasional little head  popping out to see what's going  DOLLAR A BAG DAY  TUESDAY Aug 27th  ^HRIFTY'S  '        ABOVE KEN'S nirarvnrut at  LP THE  Gibsons  HELP THE  DONATIONS 886-2488 OR BOX 598  CratmVnton  Fifty Years  19 4  1-19 9 1  In recognition of  IABOVR DAY  we will be closed  on Saturday,  August 31  Pender Harbour  Sechelt Branch  Branch:  Box 375  Boa 28  Teredo Squat.  Sechell. BC.  Madeira Park, B.C.  V0N2H0  VON MO  Tel; 883-9531  Tel: 885-32S5  Olbaona Branch:  Box 715  Kern's Plata  Gibfoni. B.C.  VON 1V0  Tel: 8868121  public on September 7. Early  bird risers may swim Monday,  Wednesday and Friday mornings. The pool will also be open  to tlie public at noon, and every  evening from 6-9 pm.  Tlie Centre would like to  thank Rita Zotoff for the super  job she did in running the Boat  Wise Course at .Catherine Lake.  UIMIM CNAMU  Tid bit buffs - capping an oil  well isn't really a lot of fun.  Nitrogen is shot into the base of  a venturi tube displacing the  oxygen, smothering the fire.  Water cannons directed at  the metal parts cool them to  Sea Calvacade  Raffle winners  For the first time in the history of the Sea Calvacade, the  Sea Calvacade raffle was won  entirely by (iibsons residents.  The first prize of a trip to  Reno for two was won by  Bobbi Cramer second prize of  $750 went to Nora MacLean  and Veronica Davies will enjoy  the third prize of a Ski Weekend  in Whistler.  on in the big world around  them.  I just hope that, despite the  late season they will all survive  and grow up to be nice gentle  hens.  prevent them from re-igniting  die fire after it is extinguished.  If you think you're hot at  work on the beautiful Sunshine  Coast, well the flames from  these tubes are 1,500 degrees  farenheit!  A belated happy birthday  wish goes out to Daryl Percival'  -PFPNUMU  I'm off on vacation so if you  have any news for the Pender  area, please call it into Cathrine  at the Coast News office, 885  3980  Unil next time - Be good to  yourself.  _^Bwi ill 1 _J _r____Tf_______  1     .���-  Ht            ___M_i  ev                  **^i m  1  ��� /  ��� /  ��� /  ��� /  ��� /  1/  \  1/  1/  %gnmar  wries  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  FOODLINER  Check our flyer  AlfCIMrttn - rMUnfCluMm . Hike n.m.i.  Pub Restaurant  8832674 8839919  MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  T<>/>s, Tarps & Cnvers  Upholstery & Repairs  IARMACY  8K:.-28HM  John '.Henrti's  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  IM OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira I .irk Centre  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Good* Store  Francis Penenaula Plaet  Corner of Sunshine Coasl Hi*y. A  Francis Peninsula Rd M3-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED-  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  |Call Collect]  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 M. North ol Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members _. Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  i*���-.. Huh,,.,, ru      883-2610  UVE RAIT- TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  HAIRDRESSERS  *fl)_trix  Miss sSuiiny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-27 IS  SERVICES  ROOFING  lem  air  Tot a\ Bnwdt MwhMi MmhqIvsi  ,883-9303  PENINSULA POWER  ft CABLE LTD.  High & low voltage power lines  Outdooi Sub-Stations  ���13-2218  Cert. 7111  Rail Hainan Trucking  .. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9ECC  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 881-').24 Co;isl News, August 2(>. 15WI  Make this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886262  Four in 'Mixed bag1  - (iorilnii Munro is .1 wnlcr-  colour littuLscah_ painter who  * l    draws nuii'li <>1 Ins Insplttttioii  ^ from lit. West Coast scene <>t  which lit' is ;i pan lie retired  from a career as advertising  artist, art director, and an  teacher lo paim lull lime lit*  lives and winks in Sechell  I,HI.i (iti/ck was horn anil  educated in South Africa, ami  now lives in (iihsons She  works as a graphic designer anil  devotes as much of her own  t inn'    as    pnssihlr    lo    her  siiksinrn paints she sirks the  colour ami pattern nl Iter environment ami portrays ihem In a  jiiytul way  Cars kills winks wnli local  *<_  .mil exotic woods .mil turns  (lien, lo pcrft'i lion oil his lathe  Always i \|..imliii�� his viu ahu  lary ����i techniques ami forms, he  finds simple, clean lines .mil  slupcs to he (he most * li.illctig-  nif; ami enjoyable.  Uke (iary, Kaiie Janylt lives  in (iihsons Her work m clay rs  all haml hutll, anil explores  technique and process ;is well  as the extremes ol wliat can he  consiileretl a vessel  These lour ariisis are show-  inn together In "A Mixed Hag" at  the Aris (Centre until Sunday,  Seplciiiher I Hours arc 10 t.  Tuesday   lo   Saturday,   l >.  Mimla.  'Che  COAST ACADEMY OF DANCE  ^       AND FINE ARTS  LATE REGISTRATION DAY  FOR FALL TERM  at Sechelt Studio on  Thursday, August 29  ..:<><> - 6:00 pin  15% Discount onfall lorm fee /laymenls  (when paid in full on August J1) only)  Syllabi  Royal Academy of Dancing, London, England  Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance  Curriculum:  Classical Ballet  (also includes National Dance  and music appreciation)  Modern Stage  Mime and Drama  Jazz  finishing School  Faculty:  Nicola Knimy - Director  Sue Thompson - Manager  Penny Hudson AKAD. ISI'I) - Bullet & Modern  Elizabeth Beddard - Ballet ..Jazz  Nicola Kuimy - Ballet \ Drama  lixums ��� Performances  Professional In struct ion ��� Qualified Teachers  Maori and international dancers are coming to Sechelt.  BY PETER TROWER  885-2263  MAIN STUDIO  si.is Wharf Avenue  I.IIISON.S I (X VIION   Sl  Man's Church Hall  We finish nil ihe first selling  without mishaps nnd move oil  lis lite nexl II miyillillg, il is  even sleeper Must nl llie liniher  lies in n wide sloping gully hc-  1 Weill isaii lioglnek riilges lly  litis nine  we are gelling almost  accustomed to die liair-nilslngly  rough country. -*'e don'l like it  miy iseiiet ii has simply become  a challenge - a nasty jnh lhal  simiehiRly has In do There is a |  kind nf pel verse exhilaration to  il at limes, especially when Ilit*  weather is good and tht* lugs are  ruling in well  Ilui ihe weather is extremely  erratic that June, vacillating he  twi-i-n sun anil rain Ami sine  morning, we are faced with a  new prnhlem A heavy fog has  moved In, wrapping the country  in a damp grey shrniiil ll is had  enough al Ihe heath and is  hound in he worse up the  mountain 'Ihere is no wind anil  ii shows iniie promise of lilting  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  PRESENTS  Indian Summer Festival  0fphe��^��.  August 30 & 31 st  & September 1 & 2  "Dimmit, Harry," says Chuck,  "1 Ihink we should lay in till il  clears."  There should lx- no pmhlcm  al all." says lllack Many disparagingly "li's absolutely Imperative lhal we don't lose any  days. Thai liniher has to he gotten oul before Ihe deadline  Hell, a little log never bothered  a good logger!"  .�� So off we go up Ihe mountain against Clunk Feumore's  belter judgement and our own  Sure enough, die pen-soup fog  grows thicker Ihe higher we  climb, lly die time we reach the  selling, you can't see more lhan  II) feel "tioddamn!" declared  Chuck. "I haven't fell i|iiile like  ihis since we hit the beach al  Salerno Il's like going into a  bloody bailie Ilui there's no arguing wilh dial log hungry bastard We'll just take her slow  and easy, hoys Make sure you  guys are way to hell and gone in  die clear before ynu blow the  whistle. Stretch."  "You can bet on that." says  the tiggingsltnger  We grab our gill buckets and  start downmountaiii through  the sopping mist ll is like descending into limbo We thread  our way among die stumps and  saplings, looming like vague  s|K*clres out of the haze There  is a definite sense of unreality  "Chuck, he is right." affirms  Luigi "I fell soinelhing like ihis  the first time I jiini|ied out of a  plane into the dark "  ���We'll Ik* fine." says Stretch -  hot be doesn't sound all that  confident either. Tlie images of  war are all around us  Soon the sounds of war are  around us too as the rigging  comes rattling invisibly back  and the first turn of logs goes  jerking up into nothing  "It is a strange day," says  Luigi. "a very strange day"  km  nil  Fnrntily Country />*'.....  Roberts Creek fi.  LEGION��  branch # 219 W  Friday, August 30th &  Saturday, August 31st  ���ikeCofmog  Friday Night Dinner  Baron of Beef  Saturday Night Dinner  Steak - Grilled New York  With All The Trimming  Members ft Qualified  Guests Welcome  HnH)  luet-kn rvenlim  (lie.-.BOG.)  ���MB.fl813 or 886*0984  Indian Summer  Festival of the Arts  The Raven's Cry Thealre  Sociely for die Performing Artft  will Ih- presenting an exciting  line-up of local and International native performers of  dance, music and tin.lire on a  four day long Labour Day  weekend Indian Sunimer  Festival of the Arts  The festival is planned as a  kiekolf lor a fall program ol  event, al the new Raven's Cry  Thealre in llie House of  Hewhiwus 111 Sechell  Sen'klip Native Thealre Will  lx* presenting liiirlli Woman, a  play written by Ruby Alexis and  inspired by llie ailisiie creations  of Okanagan Indian arlisl  Itarhara P. Man band  Dag M llaosi. formerly ol die  Kneln island Dancers, will give  a performance of native danci  and (Iihsons resident Amii  Fraser will combine poetry an  dance in her performances  'Spirit Song' and a variety i  oilier native performers will h  joined by several iiilernalion  groups  'Shalom', a dame group trot  the Jewish community i  Vancouver will he featured, t  will 'Supay'. a musical grim  Irom Ecuador, and 'Kahuningi  a group of Maori dancers I rot  New Zealand.  Organizers of the festival hoi  lo make II an annual event  lull program will he publicize  ihis week Tickets for mailne  performance will be $6, and fi  evening performances will h  Sin  OPENING SEPT. '91  THE LYN VERNON  SCHOOL OF MUSIC  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 -  BRENDAFEDORUK-Flute VSO  BILL JENKEN - Clarinet VSO  INFORMATION & REGISTRATION 8864026  If You're Celebrating!  BE.-H.l-I.l_ Ik.K.B:  ��� Birthdays ��� Anniversaries  ��� Special Occasions  Note; Sunday Brunch has heen discontinued fnr the  Season   fully licensed ��� Phone 886-2188  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATRE  presents  :  .iih  MklurlJ..-.  HARDWAY  MAWHh Sonit- lialfttn(I...7mi<���__.lug, occasional vety  uhiim- tun! suggestive language  mowmm  Sun., Mon. & Tues. ��� One Show Only - 8:00 pm  T.CKF- PRICES  Adults $6 ��� Students $4.50  Seniors & Children Under Twelve $3  Trio riii-i-uciths ift IV-wri IV behind i .lin.i.*��r IViiix L  (latteries is open sluilv 'Ml lo pm. ftidqy iuk< flnlurdny1* I  lil 11 pm lo iKvoniiriixfalc lln* n|lc-(- Tlii-nln- crowd   P  COMING  ATTRACTION  Backdrqft  wilh Kurt HuaeetT  1. Vr. iimiltil.Amission  IXmJMLi  Ravens Cry Theatre Located At  House Of Hewhiwir. \n licit ik  tmaasmsmoa Coasl News, August 26, 1991  11.  Is  ��� dances  Annie  :iry anil  :es  iriely of  . will he  national  tip front  ���ity in  fired, as  I group  lurangl',  ���rs front  sal hope  ���vein A  bllci.es.  matinee  anil fnr  will he  M  N  C  Miss PNE Contestants  Miss PNE contestants: I hiine Sillanpaa- Miss IViiiIhtKhi. Marina Carmen Miss Powell River,  l>arian Seed- Miss (.ihsiins, and Tara Smith Miss St|iiamish enjoy some cotton candy at the  Pacific National Inhibition. I illy one young women representhiK communities from all over  British Columhia are at the Fair preparing for the pageant final on August 21).  TV listings coming  to channel 10  Coast Cable Vision has an-  iinunceil lhal elfective Augusi  $0, 1991 the company will in-  iroiluce a comprehensive TV  Listing Service on cable Channel  III lor their customers from  Langdale to llalliiioun Hay  hie satellite delivered, computet generate.! service will lie  available -' i hours |iet tlay ami  compliment the introduction of  "Fall Value Cable" which previews Irom August ..(> to  September -O in the Sechelt anil  (iihsons areas,  I'eiuler Harbour cable television customers will have iheir lv  listings service updated to include Ihe new channels such as  Ans ami Entertainment, the  Nashville Network anil Cable  News Neiwork by Augusi .0  Due to the delay Telesal  t anaila experienced in achieving operational stams for  Canada's newest communications satellite, Anik *-_. Pender  Harbour cable customers will  nut have access lo all seven services im hilled in "lull Value  table" until September .  However, ihe Sports Network,  Much Music and TVS will he  available Iree-ofcbarm' by  Augusi Ml  "lull Value Cable" will he  Iree lo all cable customers until  October I, I'WI at which tillicit will cosl an additional $1 _ .  plus taxes over and above the  cosl of basic cable service  Coasl Cable Vision will be  distributing by mail, a complete  informational package to customers later litis week.  2,5%  OFF!  We've lowered our prices  Save 25% on 100% cotton T-shirts, shorts, canvas shorts, swim suits, and  clay packs.  Sunglasses Now 20% Of.  100% UV safe - Amber, Grey or Blue block lenses  $10.50 and up  Canoe Sale Continues until Sept. 1st.  Competitive package prices + you'll SAVK the ferry fare too!  5648 Dolphin St., Sechelt 885-6440  Art rental - new  art! - new time!  New art works are available  lor renlal from 2 pm - 6 put.  Tuesday, September *; at llie  Sunshine Coast Arts Cenlre on  Trail Avenue, Seclielt.  Enjoy ihe artistic talents ol  local artists for as llllle as $s per  monih I'm further information  call Janice al hhs-oikw or  Annele at HHS-S. i i  thinOS tO do     on the sunshine coast  Tsain-ko Gift Shop  In The  lloii.se nl HcviiiviiA Complex  NEW STORE HOURS  Ion     Thurs fl. Sat . 9 30-5 30  Fhidays. 9 30-730. Sun   10  4  NiiliwAils-fCnilU  ,_ _. Silver iHKlTiii-|iioi*r.ilcr-cllci)'  f��4 Hfr      c v,li"' |,,;i*'u' w^1 ('""is"  ^JJJJ^ Mswiusiin*. Prinl* s�� ('nnl��  555 HWV. 101. SECHELT (ACROSS FROM ST. MART'S HOSPITAL) 885-4592  __,Elphinstone __  Pioneer Museum  Winn Rd., across from the Post Office  886-8232  Skimmm  RENTALS  ���MOUNTAIN BIKES  CANOES _ KAYAKS  H0URLY.DAILY OR WEEKLY  '.dais & Paddles        beginner kayak lessons avail.  .  ,   ,"  .     .,  .    , AI.StltirKN.SllNllAYSNtlON-SrOIII'M  SMS DOLPHIN ST., SMII-XT HH.*--*_-l.0|  r-^4/V/^-VfHETERRACE RESTAURANT  ,/vO  ,,-m,.   '*Jb\   I     Bed & Breakfan & Campground  V-  .._*��-& . 5v    | Reiuunnl 886--188| Office 88.-2887  .BROOK  Fiillms- OiisviT Pt. Rd. tsi  Oram Bench EnplnnaJi'  TOUR THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR THE ULTIMATE VACATION  ^^^^^^^^^^1[ 5697 Cowrlt St., Sachalt 885-7606  [      ART WORK flc CAPPUCCINO OPEN DAILY  A graat combination tor Ih* mmmar. 1 2 NOON -  10 PM  vim ogr cappuccino _. tit.iat.rt bar on         ��� POTTtHV ��� PICTURE f (.AMINO  lha aunrtacK bahlnd lha flail*, y. -CAPPUCCINO   -ARTWORK  KENT-IT!  CANADA IUC.  Canoe Rental*  Daily   Woekly   Monthly  5540 Inlet Ave. - Sechelt  GIFTS   HUNTER GALLERY    GIFTS  himbmliW kin I Iiirlnl-  Pnlntings        Ptihrli An     Jewellery  Pottery Cnrdn Prints  Uis>mir>,( iiinir al Si liiml fe.Cinwvr Pr. IW��., OiIikhi.      886*90.-  SUMMER TOURS  ���   ��� ,      Contict Plant Tour Quid*  Howe Sound    ���*��������__* �����  rmr   ind   < i'l,   iiMitti     Advance bookings required  GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  And Marine Centre  ' Memberships tire now being accepted  We offer:  ��� Stilling InRtniC-tionB  ��� St...ri.h fi n..f.cui'  ��� Hill J S Socinl  ��� Codet/Nflvy Tniming  ��� l)rg,ini/i'dBoiilinq  ��� Auxiliary Const Ruiiril  ��� Junior Progrnn if.  ' fishing Dt.rby  FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY  Commodore - ton Morrow 886-39.2  Fta�� Captain - Say Chamber*! 888-9827  i  VISITORS  WELCOME  :J&A+4*fam\*m  #C*r. rttRBOUB    -*  goLrau-jj^_.  Lounges Snack Be,          ^j��      Power Car* Available  Hwy 101, 2 kirii. north ol Garden Bay lurnoll  Phone M3-9541   Come in and Browse  lo.nl Artwork - Hand < rail, d Gilti  IrwfKety - Mown Glass. ��� Poll, ry  Reproduction.. - Art Supplin ��� Cards  CUSTOM FRAMING-  88--. 2 IS  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gower Poinl Rd., Gibsons Landing 886-9213  aam  DRIVEMN  'i   try ���PIZZA  ERNIE & GWENS  A favorite Suncoast place tor quick and enjoyable  nourishment  Here's Why... Over 75 Choices ol;  Dinners- Seafood, Fish & Chips  Burgers-18 kinds  Subs- 5 Kinds  Pizza- 16 Generous Toppings  Chicken- Dinners, Pieces. Strips, and Nuggets  French Fries- With or Without Gravy  Salads- Potaloe. Macaroni. Cole Slaw  Desserts- Apple Pie  Ice Cream- Cones. Containers, Chocolate Dips,  Sundaes & Banana Splits  Free home delivery within 4 miles, alter 5pm,on $10.00  minimum orders. Small charge lor orders tinder $10.00  Come In and discover your favorite.at Ernies & Gvrens  FAMILY DINING        |   NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Andy s Restaurant- Lunch and dinner  special, every day. Closed Mondays. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch Buffet  ever. Sunday from llam-3 pm. Hwy 101,  Gibsons. 886-3)88. Open 11-9, Sun. closed  Mondays, ll-IOTues.-Sai.  11m Boat House-Just a deny ride away in  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices or fresh and flash frozen seafood from  the West, East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us after 5 pm  for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10.30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  you'll keep coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please  let as know and we'll make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-8188,  All major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable almosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quiches and daily specials are all prepared with  ihe freshest ingredients - both healthful and  delicious. Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders for  the beach and cappucino are available. The  Coast's bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Mon. & Tues. 9am-5pm, Wed. - Sat. fcm-  9pm. Oosed Sunday. Teredo Square. Secheh.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-9962.  Coast Club Cafe- Brighl, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for all of our menu items. Big  burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily features.  Wilh a European flair, the Coasl Club Cafe  offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5519  Wharf Ave., Sccheli. 885-9344. Visa, Mastercard and American Fj.nte_s accepted - seating  for 60.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Bring the  whole family and join us for great dining at the  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibson. Motor  Inn, on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd, Our friendly,  helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere  will add to your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Sun. lo  Wed. from 5:30 am until 9 pm, and Thun, lo  Sal. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30-10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, 11 am ��� 2:30 pm, fealuring a  scrumptuous salad bar. with a large selection  of hot and cold dishes and desserts. Fat lo  your heart's content. Reservations 886*4501.  55 seals plus banquet room.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  l-O-Kter House With a perfect view of  Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega is u people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often sit Bruno Gcnisai, former star of  the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu includes  I .//a. pasta, steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for iwo: $20 Reservations  recommended I ocaied in (iibsons landing at  1538 Gower Point Rd. -M6-22A8. Open for  lunch Mon FH��� 11:30*2:30; Dinner Duly  4-9 pm, In. A Sal., 'lil 10 pm.  VIHage Restaurant -1 ../> family style  cafe with an exienave menu featuring special  pasta dishes, steak and icafood dinner. Come  in and check out our daily lunch and dinner  specials ur have breakfan anytime. Salurday.  are Prime Rib nights Fully licenced. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thun., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fri., Sal., A Sun,, 7 am to 9 pm, 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sanetl 885 Wll Visa A Mastercard  accepted.  Creek House ��� Intimate dining and European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. Wc serve rack of lamb, duck, crab,  clams, scallops, steaks, also daily specials.  Reservations recommended. Roberts Geek  Road and Beach Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6  pm. Closed Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40  seats.  Lord Jim's Resort Hold - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Island and uve Malaspina  Straits set the theme for a beautiful night out.  Super friendly people, fine international  cuisine, comfortable surroundings, 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  rales with a healed 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. Stalling June 15, summer hours for  the restaurant will be: Breakfast A Lunch, 8  am to 2 pm; Dinner 5:30 pm to 10 pm; wen  days a week. For reservaiions or more information call 885-7038.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week. Breathtaking  ocean view and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and  air-conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many  homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surrounding of our family restaurant. Our  "Skookum Burger" is a challenge to the biggest appetite. Pub hours: Monday - Sunday,  11:00 am to 11:30 pm; Friday A Saturday,  11:00 am to closing Kitchen hours: 9:00 am to  9:30 pm - 7 days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located Vi mile north of Egmont on Maple  Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Greal food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with lerriftc daily specials,  available 'till 9 pm every night. We're known  for our greal atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'till midnight, Fri. A Sal.  open 'till 1 am. Visa, Mastercard and reservaiions accepted. 886-8171.  Irvine's IjUlding Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  fealuring local produce and fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting wilh ocean view. Average dinner for iwo, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, 11 am lo 11  pm with our kitchen open from 11 am lo 10  pm. Pender Harbour. 883-1145, MC, V, Fully  licensed.  SecheH legion Branch #140 One of  the best bargains on the Coast every Friday  nighl is ihe fabulous Kubcqued sleak dinners  served from ft lo 0 pm lor only $6.50. Dinner  includes a ft 02, top sirloin steak served with  your choice of baked potato (wilh all (he gar  rushes) or delicious potato salad. Also included  is a green salad wilh choice of dressings and  garlic bread. I undl is served Monday to Friday from II am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along wilh a regular menu lhat includes chicken slops, burgers and sandwiches.  Thursday is I l.h & Chips day. featuring n full  older of the tastiest fish and chips with cole  slaw for only $4 55 1 uke out orders available  Members and gucsls welcome. 55s��l Wharf  Street, Sechdt, 885 9922  FINE DINING  Marinen' Restaurant   on the nut  front with one of llie mm! spectacular views in  Gibsons, the Mannas' specializes in fresh and  live seafood, and also offers a hill range ol  lunch and dinner rntrecv Both menus change  daily, with delicious diulv specials Manne  Dove. Gibsons landing, 8H6-2334 Monday it.  Saturday: Lunch 11*3, Monday to Saturday:  Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9, Sunday Brunch  11-3. 100seats. V. MC  Hie Terrace at Bonniebrook-wtth in  ocean panorama, TV Terrace at Bon*  niebrook, located on the waterfront al Gower  Point, often superb West Coast cuisine In a  picturesque and relaxing lodge setting. For  (hose seeking finer dining and a higher nan  dard of service we offer fresh local BC food,  expertly prepared and presented in a varied  menu of appniirrs, entrees and desserts for  lunch and dinner. Follow Gower Point road to  Ocean Beach F-splanade. Our houn are: Tuesday 10 Sunday 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm.Tobook  special events,   please call 886-2887.  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  Gnde & Gwen's Drive In-Takeout, or  delivery. Pizn, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream. Free home  detiverv within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on $10  minimum orden. Small charge for orden  under SIO. Hwy. 101. Gibsons. BM-7S13.  ������   i ..oast News, August m. tvvi  .  Rugby season on the horizon  Some quick  pick-me-up  out-of-scason  volleyball at  Cliff Gilker  (luriiiK  Rolierts  Creek Haze  had its  competative  moment**.  RllS.  Nirliolson  photo  Mother Nature has finally  blessed the West Coast with  some tremendous summer  weather (and just in lime for all  us oui-of-shapc rugby players!).  Tliere is a core of hardliners that  have continued their trait* ing  throughout the off season, but  for most il's the horrifying time  of year. Preseason practice!  Ugh!  The Vancouver Rughy Union  Season is closing in on the local  Piggies at a rapid pace.  September 7 is the first league  game of the 91-9- season, a  "Homer* vs Meralomas II. Kick-  offal 11:301  Willi the season close al  hand, many ineiiiliers are showing up consistently on Tuesday  ami Thuraday evenings (6:30  pm) at upper Klphi field. Even  Waikl! Again the call goes out to  anyone interested in participating in a greal sport, full of vim  and vigor, thrills and spills.  This is an exciting year for all  of rughy. The 1991 Rugby  World Cup is taking place in  England. Ireland, Wales and  France. From dales of October..  to the final on November 11 at  Twickenham stadium in  England The Canadian squad  will he in Pool # I with games  on October 5 vs Fiji; October 9  vs Rumania and final round  robin game October I., vs  France The best record moves  on Slay tuned to TSN for more .  Treimiltuous    leaps    and  bounds have been made by the  Canadian Rugby Team this past  '91 season Having had successful outings against: Japan. J .19  (I si ever victory over Japan);  Scotland, 21-19 (1st ever against  an Utll Founding Nation) and finally against the USA, ...IV  This after having lost last year in  the annual Can-Am event.  Everyone in Canada (and  mostly evident in the rugby capital of Canada (i.e. VRU) is extremely enthusiastic about the  upcoming '91-'9_ season.  Your local squad, the Pigs,  are fervently putting the memory of last year's debacle behind  them and looking forward to a  rewarding, winning year.  Willi ihis in mind, the fellows wenl into town to partici-  pale in the annual Spray-7's this  pasl Saturday, hut now It's all  out! Il's lime to start oil the regular season.  Don't forget the "Meet the  I'igs" pep rally on September 6,  also for thai month; September  22 is the annual "dreg Sylte  Memorial" golf tournament, for  Information call Keg at 886-  8833.  The club now has an Information line: updated weekly  with all the exciting events of  the future. Thanks for listening!  Oink! Oink!  CANADIAN  POWER SQUADRON  BOATING COURSE  Sechelt,  Sept. 10 - Dec. 10  Gibsons,  Sept. 11 - Dec. 11  PHONE:  886-8645  Congratulations Jacquie  by Dan Girard, (83-9197  The first round of the Ladies  (lull Championship saw  Jacquie Hooper shoot a 99 for  Isl low gross and the first time  lo break IIK) "Congratulations  Jacquie". 1st low net went to  Shirley Dumnia wilh a 73s Low  gross wenl in Shirley Grout and  low nel lo Marj llarhord.  Hidden hole honours on #8  went in Jacquie Hooper and  loan Willcock  r DEPENDABLE -  AUIO SERVICE  Did You Know...  Wt Do Kaliabl. It Economical  RADIATOR  REPAIRS .-^  Ths South Coast's Only -^    \r   1CAA AFFKOV1P Shop (Sp��ml con_n.-r-.tion to BCAA m.mtwni  fyaUUMW  AUTOMOTIVE  MfflNG;  Buzz Bombs , A��� s-  Apex Hot Spot Lures  \ �� ' ,'*    ,  Hoochies J $1*99 Each  Trilene & Samurai Line-$9.99  Crab Traps-  Rectangular-$23.99  Rod Holders-Scotty-$ 12.99  Fish On-,$29.99  Selected Tackle Boxes      ^  Gibbs Dodgers & Flashers  Landing Nets  j  25% Off  ROD & REEL PACKAGES;  All Fly-25% Off!  Mooching & Buzz Bomb reg. $90-$ 100- Sale $69.98  Trout Packages from $44.00  MARINE;  Anti-Fouling Paint  Fibreglass Products \ 30% Off  Cleaning / Wax Supplies  )  YOUTH LIFE VESTfij  Beacon 60-90 Lbs.      $27.99  Mustang 60-90 Lbs.    $33.99  JOHNSON MOTORS;  8 H P  9.9 (Model ECS)  9.9 (Model LES)  90 Power Trim & Tilt $5,500.00  SPRINGBOK - DELUXE;  12'Alum. Boat $1,399.00  $1,327.00  $1,499.00  $1,599.00  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  PENDER  HARBOUR  GOLF  MONDAYS  TWILIGHT  Neil Reeder and lleth  Miilhern had llie 1st low gross:  2nd low gross went to Kurt  Cassidy and June Reeder; ..rd  low gross wenl lo Dutch  Haddon and Ev Tapio; 1st low  net, Ed McAllister and Lois  Haddon; 2nd low nel. Tom  Held and 1.11 Milt hell 3rd low  nel, Hill Lawreuuk and Cathy  Mcyuilty.  Low pulls for Ihe evening  went   lo   the   team   ol   Hill  Lawreuuk and Caihy M-Quitlyi  Kl> #6, Dutch Haddon  SENIOR   MENS  TOURNAMENT  This was a .(> hole affair  played over 2 dais lor Ihe Andy  Tapio Memorial Trophy and  was won hy (ieorge Langham  wilh a low gross of 160; 2nd  low gross, John Willcock 16..;  *lrd low gross, Jim Menzies 168;  ���iih low gross, (ieorge Reid 169;  Isl low net. Ilruce Patrick 121;  2nd low net, Ernie Holloway  122; ..rd low net, Al Wendland  12.1 4th low net. Dutch  Haddon I JO.  Tlie men would like to thank  Evelyn for the refreshments at  Continued on page 13.  s  emstolks Bunting  & Fishing Supplies  885-4090  .  VISA & M/C  ACCEPTED  HUNTING SEASON STARTS  SOON!  See us for...  Rifles,  Ammunition.  Reloading Supplies,  and Accessories  ill's A\ itili  "THE HUNTERS  CHOICE ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST"  5536 Wharf Street. Sechelt  IS NOW  DESIGNATED INSPI  MON THURS. 9 5:30  FRI. 9 8. SAT. 9 5:30  SUN. 10 4  TRAIL AUE & COWRIE ST.. StCHtXT    885 2512  FACILITY  // we sell it...we guarantee it!  3P*l--_>-W'WNaPV   IRW aa  MMM-MLLIB  M33 Wharf M.,  ���im  JStiM  n  uood/VEAR  "To our customers... We  are responsible fro all  aspects nf Ihe business we  do wilh yuu. You must be  satisfied  .'.*  Tl ��-P- *J*��***_-s.*- *  ... "    .      **  _���_���_���  mam Coast News, August 26. 1991  I .  The Sechelt Indian Hand Women's Soccer Team  took advantage of hack to-hack Rood weather  days to raise funds lor their team through a do*  nation only carwash. 'Ihis past weekend, both  the Women's and Men's teams played host to  tournament play. im-1 Johnstone photo  Pender golf  continued from page 12.  ihe end tif the tournament,  news feel free in call me at  home I would like tu lhank all  the people, who held tournaments at our cluh during tlte lasl  month, for their support  Well now lhal llie special  vole is over ami everyone is  happy, 1 sec Neil has a wide variety of golfing activities posted  on Ihe liiilleliu hoard So sign  up and have lots of fun.  II anyone has anything lo say  iu Ihis column concerning golf  TIDE TABLES  Oat.   Tlma Hl.Ft.  i7__ 77l  27  7:20 12.9  TU   1:25 5.6  7:50 14.4  Date   Time   Ht.Ft  2:10  28  8:05  WE  2:00  8:15  6.3  12.9  6.6  14.4  Dale   Time Ht.Ft,  2745     575  29 9:00 12.8  TH  2:35     7.8  8:40 14.4  Date   Time HI.FI.  3730 479  30 10:00 12.7  FR  3:15 9.0  9:05 14.3  Dale   Time Ht.FI.  47l5 473  31 11:15 12.6  SA  4:05 10.2  9:35 14.1  Dale   Time Ht.FI.  5:10 3.9  1 12:45 12.7  SU  5:10 11.3  10:15 13.8  Dale   Time   Ht.Ft  6:15 3.5  2  2:25 13.2  MO  6:40 11.9  11:10 13.5  ^  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson F��' sk-ok-m-Ms ���_._�� ...  d��,a1IIm ct.naa,a ti__,_ 1 hr-40 min- P|u��5 mtfl- let each rr. ol rite,  racmc otanaaro Time md ? mm. i_t each u oi im  Sea King solid glass 6 1/2 It. Rod  Alvey 520A Reel wilh Line  #3 Dodger wilh Shimmer Tail t��RT66  RIGGED TROLLING OUTFIT  $69.95  MrtkHs (|o(��l c(.nts  739 NORTH RD., GIBSONS 866-7600  Mon-Thu.s9:30- 5pm  Frldoy til 9pm Sdt 9:30-5:30  "5 Pin Bowlers  Leagues start  Sept. 3rd  Ladies'Coffee Leagues  Tues. 9:30 am-Wed. 1:00 pm  Golden Age Leagues  Night Mixed Leagues  Y.B.C. (Youth Bowline)  Bantams - Not 11 years as of December 31st  Juniors - Not 14 years as of December 31st  Starts Saturday, September 7th at 10:00 am  Seniors - Not 19 years as of December 31st  Sfarts Sunday, September 8th at 7:00 pm  All Y.ll.C. League Bowling  Prepaid For The Season  Radio abusers warned  < onmninii .limn*. Canada is  i-sponsihlt*forth, management  of the radio frrquency spectrum  and encourages its development  and use. llie department has allocated various frequency hands  for specific services such as  hroadcasting, laud mohlle. maritime mohile. aeronautical mobile, terrestrial, satellite and amateur senices  The frequencies set aside for  the VHF maritime mobile band  are from 1.6.000 MHz to  IS7.450 Mil. and 160.600  MHz lo 162 050 MHz. The frequencies above, between and  below have been allocated to  the laud-mobile service for services such as police and lire departments, ambulances, taxis,  paging, dispatch, and couriers.  A serious problem has developed in llie commercial fishing industry dial affects the safe  use of these land mobile services With the increased competitiveness in the commercial  lishing indusiry due lo reduced  slocks, groups of fisherman  form collective, and pool their  licences lo maximize Iheir returns When a fisherman finds a  good spin, conlact is made with  Ihe remaining vessels in the  group lo advise Ihem of Ibe ferule location. The fishermen  hope lo do this without letting  vessels outside the collective  know iheir location  To achieve this goal, some  fishermen are installing nnli-  cen.nl.le radio transmitters that  operate outside the authorized  maritime mobile frequencies.  They simply nine In an agreed  upon frequency ami carry on  iheir conversation among group  members  Although the frequency may  appear lo he unused, il is not In  the Vancouver/Victoria area,  congestion in the radio spectrum is such lhal (here are no  unassigned frequencies in these  bands Whal may appear lo he a  "clear" frequency is probably the  input to a repealer. If this is lite  case, ihe repeater could pick up  the fisherman's signal and re-  broadcasi it throughout its coverage area, preventing Ihe use ol  the repeater by ils owners and  defeating the purpose of  "privacy"  If die frequency in question  is assigned lo a safety service  and a serious Incident results  from Interference, the fishing  group could beheld liable  Communications Canada  recognizes thai there is, al limes,  a legitimate need for "private"  communications in ihe maritime mobile service, hi order In  accommodate this need, the department allows Ibe use of acceptable scramblers tin some of  ihe ship in ship ami shin-to-shure  commercial channels in ihe  maritime mobile band, as long  as the vessels identify Ihem  selves, iu unscrambled format,  prior lo each usage  Scramblers are mn allowed  to be used on Channel 17. llie  international distress and calling  channel, al any lime Vessels using scramblers musl ensure lhal  ihe scramblers are switched off  prior in using ihis channel, particularly in the case of an emergency.  For more information on the  use of scramblers, conlacl the  nearest Communications  Canada oflice listed in Ihe blue  pages ol your telephone directory,  GIBSONS BRIEFS  GIBSONS BYPASS  The Ministry of Transportation anil Highways lias called for  lenders for Phase I of tlie (iihsons bypass Phase I will run  Irom .Stewart Road lo approximately loo feel Irom the  connection to the langdale Ferry junction. The purpose lor ihis.  explained Mayor Small, is lo prevent confusion for visitors who  could end up taking the bypass belore Il's completed  Phase 2. he said, will he put to lender in January, I.._  BASKEiMliG0UtnraRD0-l-_.PlUIK II  The cement pad which is the last remnant of the old Kiiihui iu  Dougal I'ark could he used as a basketball conn Al lasl week's  (iibsons Council meeling, a letter was received Irom the West  Howe Sound Recreation Facilities Commission proposing lhat  hoops be installed at each end ol the pad.  NUMNY LAKE GOES ONE WHY  Alter mouths ol discussion with police, the lire department  and residents. (Iihsons council has declared Killarny Lane,  which runs oil Highway 101 hallway up the hill from Lower  (Iihsons in upper (iihsons. a one way roatl. lor a six monlh (rial  period  One way traffic will he allowed off die highway into Ihe lane.  However left hand funis inlo llie lane will he prohibited.  FAST FERRY MEETINGS  (iibsons will be asking ihe Minister of Transportation and  Highways to conduct public meetings lo discuss the merits antl  issues surrounding a fast ferry sen ice Hi the Sunshine (nasi The  request is in response lo a letter from Minister lyall Hanson  asking (iihsons' preferences in proceeding toward a lasl ferry  service Mayor Small will he asking Ihe Minister lo schedule ihe  meetings for this fall.  OCP REVISION NEARS GOMPIETION  The dealt ol the revised (HildaI Couummiiy Plan lor (iihsons  will soon he available lo die public Tlie committee has made ils  recommendations and planner Rob lluchan is working on (he  draft document Mayor Small slated thai as soon as council has  approved the shall, copies will he made available lo members of  the public, prior lo a public hearing  Boys Born 1976+  Starting  September  3rd  Tuesday ��� 7:00 pm ��� Thursday  TED DIXOH MEMORIAL PARK  Frank 886-8377 or Howard 885-4783  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!  !55��s��BB!!S!w5??^^^_T^^^^^^--' ������������������������ ;.*������..:���  North  Oaks  767 North Rd..  (iihsons. B.C.  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase 3 &4  Now Starling  Fur inor. inforiiialioii  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp  886-4680  bsssmsmsmm*wtem^i&imm,w>:>  eSummek Special  5th WHEELS  |AIIMoclels& Sizes]  FIBERGLASS  CAMPERS  i $9,900  JHEs  24ft M0T0RH0ME  $26,000  1981 CAMPER VAN  [A-l Condition]  $11,900  HAPPY HOLIDAYS  M0T0RH0ME RENTALS  886-9025 OR 886-8481  F E S T R E fl M  &���*�����_  The  BIGGEST  Little Store  In Gibsons  Landing  886-2936  Old Fashioned Natural Gourmet Potatoe  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  [I nlmprly Gibsons. I .lltei iisl.il t luirt III  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday Srhool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday Night  Evening Service 7:00 pm  PHONE: Church (Wire MM. 71(17  PASTOR Dan Mai *.iileyflH67in7  VI HITII TASK )R I Minns Hill, I4'l'l  AfWrarerfswrhlhePerilmBlal  Assemblies of Carrac/a  THE UNITED CHURCH  Or CANADA  .Suik/.tv Worship Serine  t.msr ins  Glassford Road ��� 11:15 am  Sunday Sel I- 11:15 am  SI  II11 INS  d.isis K.n Road and  Sinipkiiil Road  1:10 am  Sunday School - 4:10 am  Reverend Is. n Ramsey  C'limih telephoneOlirvJ111  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  In Grt^iia Court Hall  Medusa St., Sec hell  Sunday Services* 11:110 am  A IV-HII Invitation In Alt  I in Information Please (.ill  885-2506 or 885-31,88  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Slhvtllllr  SATURDAY  r>:(lll pm, Sl. Maiy's (Iihsons  (,:lil pm, Sl. Andrew's (Anglii an)  Pender llarhoui  SUNDAY  11:10 am, Indian Reserve  4:111 am,lloty family, Set hell  11: III am, Sl. Mary's (iihsons  Telephone: 885-952.  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Ussy, till ,11 North Rd - Hltf.-7-lld  Serving Gibsons H. Huberts Creek  Wediicsil.lv- 111:1(1 am  WoisilipH lltlilf Mndy  Sunday - 1(1 1(1 am  Parish Limits EllLliArisl  Sinn, your .,wil  I -nil' Im, 1 in i Inni ti  fheRev Eslhei North, Ret loi  CQACe  -DH-..W*. pMseYcerjuN)  CfTUiXl?  .,sJN   II .U'_��� 'is tllLs-Vs. S6Cl?fLC  7 s"_���.   In llis.ns -,  __���<_*7 >.������ Pascoo's on u,  / i_vm_ON m_V-.d  *-���'." 'iii  pas toe  .>__���, 0/0/  COO-UinO-Ace  &  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechell  ll tin am ��� *i in ,iiu  SI. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  I I  III .mi  We Islirttl A Warm Welcome let All  1185*5(114  Rev -lime Malrin   Rev. flan Ciflord  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Well onies Win To/inn (is  In ,_lfin_y sVms/i  Children's Progress 9:45 .nn  Ptayei MMKIaii)  Morning Worship Service 1(1:45 .mi  Wednesday 7:011 pm |  r��(l'l l'iilssi'1 Point Ko.id  88.-7.49  P.isloi Monlv Mi Lean  a 1.1 KIM  MASS. AllgllM Ht,  |V!��t  Mon. - Fri. - 8:30 - 5:00   Sat. 9 - 2  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  6916 Sechell Inlet Rd., Sechell. BC VON IVO  Indu-lrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. H8b-fi1()1  Mini  In li-d s.n 8-6 Sun  10-1  BLDG. CONTRACTORS  Call the COAST NEWS  at 866-2622 or 865-3930  ALPINE TRUSS  Hi    886-8833 ,Z__V Res: 886-8801  .COMPETITIVE  PRICES  Trusses made here on the Sunshine Coait  Money spent at home stays at home.  CONCRETE SERVICES  STK EXCAVATING LTD. Jg  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Cravel    ft. rl^Y-,  ��� Retaining Walls ��� ere.                   v* (m-)^  Serving Ihe Coasl lor 20 Years KpT:  "We pride ourselves on punctuality." ** Vj*.,'  SOB GURNEY                                                                      ,_*?..  8869020 hl>* '791 GIBSONS BCVQN 1V0 01  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING ��� TAPING ��� TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Hemes _ Townhouses ��� Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONS SERVICE ��� 'Ml ESTIMATES  Ce-t.'.i* B71-3754  ��� 886-9635  ^$_ap  TOM'S  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  mm aarimaraa  CONTHACrOHS LIC  NO  664*1  ���_'    886-3344 ��� 886-3364  UiwJDoti'.rfr/  Bllol-t * Scretni * Oirag* Doors . Prchung Doors �� Windows  ��UL HAMILTON  Sales  Highway 101 A Prall Rd.  .      Qlbaona. B.C. VON 1V0  V wswsei eaa7.��s  Fan: 686-9773 .  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits, FASIA, Shotters  Stone & Brick  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  ILeavr: Message) Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 VON 3A0  As hward Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING _ IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN S DRAFTING  Fuf FMimale Call cscsr  e. . .e.  _ Howard Ashmore 003-6443 J  AIT ENTERPRISES: Co  Serving the Const Since IBSS  ���a *,�����_.        ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ���*-____H_M.->'       'ADDITIONS  fi'aW^ wrMffi        ��� RENOVATIONS  T. WONG. BOX 713. QIBSONS. ��� C VON 1V0  ���HUDSON���  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  RENOVATION AND REMODELLING SPECIALIST  CUSTOM DECKS AND DESIGN  15 YEARS EXPEHIENCE  886-9449 "Ui,,,, _>,���ii,i�� ���*��iMoriiy"  ROOFING  Spocializing in all types of  TREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves qu.mn".".  R   WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Retni)(li'lling*Fr_ming  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� (Ieneral  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  BL 9105.1.  Ron Aeh���Of!   886-8646  d�� Mix Lid  Fa.  iBM-WMl]   1^85-222-]  _l Biitcfi Plant., on lliu Sunshine Coasl  Gibsons Secnen Pondi'T Harbour  Box 172. 5417 Burnet Rel . Sechelt  R Ready Mix Concrete _  C Sand & Gravel  ,   JH  N/~     ( ONCRfcTt  RAN. 1  ENTAl ^***  B85-7180  SIBSIM, IHI SI SSIIIM  IPHClnt,,; CISSONS PL  ���ill! mil n; '" '"���*"  I mi', l ri 886-8174  (OAsrl  ANT    I  1-/  htrUiihlACQNCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS. PATIOS. SIDEWALKS  For duality work, call us!   SB6-7022  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing _. Developmeni  Cam Mackenzie  886-3558 f!W 'M  CELLULAR ._-. 1.-5  240*6314   j^j  W( dig tha Munahina Coaatl  ��� Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  ��� Stump Removals     . Sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber uARY 886-9585  TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361  f Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE.  ��� Call 886-3977 J  GEN. CONTRACTORS  POMFRET  'CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RFl S4I C5. Gibsons BC VON IVO  Phone: 886 8900  FREE ESTIMATES  FAST fi RELIABLE  - -A'-ffla^ -  .^-------------------l^.-^ CALL BETWEEN  ��� BOOnin S 8:OOpm  ���DAN  PAINTERS 883-3276    .  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  Rock Walls  Patios  Faclngi  Planters  ^m^Sg^^"  V^w  fbr-ii^lsr^i  fsaasa?  Ajue  i/��        THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL t RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER 885i^  LTD. IIALrMOON BAY,  ci*  t SEPTIC I1ELDS  ��� DRAINAQE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LIKES <50t 411 4X4  .cleabing Steve Jones    886-8269  / O      ^      CLIP t SAVE \  IP bcferries Schedule .  VANCOUVER-StCHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY UNGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE   SALT ERV BAY  Lv Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay Lv. Earls Cove Lv. Sallery Bay  6 20 am       2:30 pm 7 30 am      3:30 pm 6 40 am       4:30 pm 5:45 M      3:30  8 30M'       4:30 9 30 M        5:30 M 8 20 6:30 7 35 5:30  10 30 6:30 1130 7:25 M 10 30 8:30 9 25M      7:30  12:25pm M 8:20 M 1:15 pm       9:15 12:25 pm M 10:20 M 1130       9:30  M ri.tr.oitt Mi.fiit (tut  .OMP1   ��� COURT.C.  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  886-7337 885-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1  Departure .5-45  Mall 7:4b  9:45  II 45  1:45  3 45  5:45  7:45  Dapart  Langdale  Ferry  Terminal  I'd ',  M_i,r,e|)r  8 14 4:11  10 11 6:11  12:11   tOS  2:08*10:00  'No 5:45 am run Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays  '10:00 pm run Fri., Sal!. Sun. _ Holidays  NOTE: Shopper's Loop lv. Mall 10:45 am, 12:45, lm s  2:451 4:45 pm Mon.-Sal. ������, .1 T.*n  Inlo. Commenls & Suggestions - 886-9318 ,��� i-���n  These transportation schedules sponsored by  ROUTE 2   l'M'  Cluster   G0*e' P*    Wowlcr...   S C  MolH'e fdr*  Depart '7:30   1:00     Arrive     5:45   1:21  Mall     '9:10    3:00      M-H        7:45    1:21  11:00    '5:10                  9:28    5:21  ���6:20 tip              11:28  6:40.  ���Vi>CM����.r.(.v_��ini��llon_llxix*0l0--_in.P��Up   '  No. - Ho S:30 Ml, 7:30 M or J-0 pm MMce SU, Sl��l. or HoUyl  Adults Seniors Children Stud. Comm Tickets  *n    $1 50    $1 00      75    SI 00        SI 25/nde  75        75       75        75  I  pm |  M   !  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  31  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTCF^Ij  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD      lL''L' \lfl  Complete Sales St Installations  SHOWROOM Op��n Tum .-Sat.   5631 Wharf Rd." 888-7171 /  PROPANE INC.  s* Aulo Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across Sl.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Intunnca  OuMfitan  Notary  SukcomI Agencta*  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Red Carpet Service From Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrett Mall, Qlbaona.  I  �� member  ITD a  ll ' 3 i    ���'  Independent   |  Trim!  =\  673 Payne Rd., Qibsons 886-3191  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS -  880-9411  _kh.su/r__m Kern's Plaia.Hwy 10t  Opart Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm J  HOST DESIGNERS  lti>N.drill .nl - CoiiiiiHTriiil  Furniture Di'filtfn ���Furniture Layout  l.iltililinK - Color Coiiiuiltiition  Klti-liHit & liutlirtMim DcnIkh ��� Rf*novutlonn  NorwHHl Bay IM- lHiH.lu.lt,  ^     WOLF<MNti ALLAN RONT   8H5-t._t.f3  Prifiiilonili   |  i  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call Ihe COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  .t.^'a'i    ,    ''���    '������   ?���   I >'-i./>-  r *���<������-���       '.''���.'��i.J*��--''*--^-T''  ammmmt  mmm  mmmm Coast News, August 26 1991  15.  M_>p this Spact-  WORK FOR YOU  88 . 393P 886 2622  What type  of consumer  are you?  by  Cliude  livtrtu,  Manager,  Pliyil Bank of Canada, Gibsons  Someone said, "Uy only  extravagance is that / like to  spend money."  Wc live in ii society in which  consumer, are under constant  pressure from advertisers to  pick their particular product)  and services nut of a vasl array  of others We should he aware  of these pressures anil nur own  response to them sn lhal wc can  exercise nur hcsi |udgenienl in  making spending decisions that  match nur linancial ncctls and  goals  (tier Inlying habits arc highly  individualistic and grow mil of  a range ni personal factors and  experiences   Though no two  consumers are exactly alike.  marketing experts have been  ahle m Identify die buying  habits of a lew general types of  personalities on which they  locus ill preparing advertising  and promotions.  Tlie type nl consumer you  are. exerts more Influence over  your shopping behaviour than  you might imagine In (act, ynu  might not even know ynu  belling in a certain type mini  you've examined the way ynu  spend your money.  Have ynu ever slopped to  consider why ynu choose a  certain brand of food or  cleaning product? Could it be  lhal il's whal your mother  always used? This may indicate  you're a conservative,  traditional-minded type - as a  consumer, at least.  (lr is Ihe product something  new and diltcrcni ynu saw  advertised on television and can  hardly wail In try*' Iu thai case,  ynu may be considered In be an  impulsive consumer whn i.s  willing in lake a chance. Or.  ynu might he a combination of  Ihe inn - impulsive aboul small  purchases, conservative when  buying expensive Hems.  Do you go for prestige  products lhal boast a premium  price' Could Ibis mean thai  you're inclined to he status-  conscious? Or, do you reach fnr  Ihe item that's on sale,  regardless of the brand name' If  so, you may be considered to be  Ihnliy  Some consumers will buy  the most popular brand on the  market because they like to be  "like everybody else". Another  will haunt small specially shops  to find things that appeal to  their sense nl individuality.  You'd Ih* surprised al how  much you learn about yourself  by monitoring your own  responses to advertising and  sales displays and hy keeping  Hack of how you spend your  money  lly analyzing your buying  hahiis. ynu at least learn lhat  Ihey are habits and. like oilier  habits, can be changed There's  no need lo become a different  kind oi person. Hut knowing  your basic lypc can be a starting  pnini for change.  Impulsive people who know  iheir own tendencies might be  less likely lo grab at items iu Ihe  supermarket which only end up  going to waste.  Ihe sell-aware competitive  type might fight hack the  temptation lo spend more than  ihe household can afford to  have something better than Ihe  neighbours  People who long for luxury  might give a second thought to  whether some purchases are  really necessary.  Those who tend to be  Impressionable may become  somewhat more critical of  advertising claims  Ihe object of this self-analysis  is simply In bring a little thought  In hear on something that was  formerly done mil nf habit.  Willi thai ihniiglu may come a  commitment to spend your  money more effectively iu the  future.  9ER  Sunshine Coast  ICES   D_RECT  la lot) dOM l-QhO  EXi*Er.Tt  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  .,  *  MISC. SERVICES  Reno Lbs    Larry Posey  8B5-3SB-   *  88B-BBB8  Mon.-Sat. 9:30*5:00 PM  Stiosvroom ��� 4349 Hwy 101 Sechell ��� Across Irom Surname GM  Qiialitu 13 Satisfaction  LANDSCAPING  ft. forkBlfirc dkr&ener  *.A General Garden Mamlenance  ���      Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  J Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885-3930  MARINE SERVICES  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886-3412, Glb.on.. B.C.  'GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICER  r.lietnm   -".liltinn  _  DlapjnQ ���  ���Beams .jxy  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & ~  Chris Napper 886-3468  H.RJ4, S6, C78,  Qlbaona. B.C. VON 1V0  conn -UMDouyufliHinG  Senior's Discounts  (VT* "0V^i*    J .  Heights No Problem    \   ������^  Interior & Exterior  Free Estimates  886-3882  Home  885-4637  &  weeaneer  Marina v Resort Ltd  I ...led in Secrel Cove 815-7688  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i viars  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 1C Ihirmoglasi '���amts, "l/'^-li  Cobra Boats now  aevm      .. -��'__. *������  In-Slock  l,.H;MU:V  "OUTBOARDS  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 8B5 3930  CHAINSAWS'  SALES ft SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAIN8AW LTD  731 n6RTH ROAD  B86 29i?7  PLUMBING  ' Dfetr  '/loot  Locale- al 1051 Sunshine Coast Hwy  Nexl to Kenmac fails  SHOP IM-IOOl RES. 111-1410  zx,  SERVICE!  BS5-40C4  I- CI Plumbing ��� Healing  j- Gaallttrng - Fire protection  *\J Air management - Irrigation  Vacuum systems ��� Music & Sound systems  ...Eia.-IIVItl IMrMiintmnrHiKi,  Be green not mean  MAINSTREAM CANADA  '���'A^'^TI*!  -y  by Michael Wyckt  The search tor Solutions ill  response to the public's growing  environment.! consciousness  now im Imlrs a large and diverse circle of players Itig llusiness, small husiiiess, government, media, environmental interest groups and general citizens are just a lew siieh players  For Us pan, the role ol government is especially vital In a  reporl recently released by llie  Canadian Federation of  Independent llusiness. Ihe .eat  wiih which governments are re  spmidiug lo environmental con  cents is both "encouraging and  menacing." (ClTH's report outlines that almost without exception, small business people irom  every region of the country are  concerned aboul the nalural  stale of the eiiviroiimenl and are  responding by developing and  implementing new environmentally sensitive practices)  Ted Malleti. senior economist lor (THI, says Ihe reporl is  an important "nexl step" in  developing sound, practical  measures which will ensure the  suslainabilily of llie environ  iiieni lor future generations.  "While small firms are certainly encouraged lhal governments are seeking Solutions,"  Malleti says, "ihey are nonetheless worried ahoul the bureau  cracy ol three or four levels of  government wilh politicians of  all stripes wielding enormous  regulatory slicks and pursuing  quick fixes and scapegoats  rather than less exciting but  more elleclive. long-term solutions"  Malleti says lhat despile su|v  port for environmental regulations, these new regulations are  designed for big business The  problem currently facing small  firms, however, is an abundance of regulations which do  mn recognize Ihe compliance  problems facing smaller opera  lions hi oilier words, says  Malleil. governments at all levels  are demanding big business solutions from small husiiiess operations (Previous ( I III studies  have shown lhal ihe relative  costs in lime and money of  complying with government  regulations are up lo IS times  greater for small firms lhan for  larger ones )  "Regulatory solutions can  work, bul Ihey have lo be targeted effectively i Hherwl.se, ihe  efforts and expense of meeting  regulatory requirements can  hinder a small firm's ability to  make positive changes toward  environmental management," lie  says.  The repori also found lhal  tax levies designed lo fund environmental programs are held in  low esteem by small firms because of ihe overwhelming lack  oi trust businesses have wilh  governments to manage finances  fairly and efficiently.  "So-called green taxes lhat  become pan oi general govern  ment revenues gel lost ill the  bureaucracy and maze of pnr v  grams, making il impossible (���_���  properly link costs wilh bene.'  fits." Malleti says  "Any lax or  surcharge, therefore, must be  re-channelled entirely back into  related and specific programs"; i  In iheir own quiet, effective*'  manner, small businesses are of,  feting support to the many dial-;  lenges far ing this increasingly vm  lal   issue    However   no   one  player can turn old habits and  attitudes around overnight.  "Wrong-headed lax policies  and heavy handed regulatory  rules can be connicr-produc- |  live." said Malleil "(ioveriiineiii  musl find a was lo promote  green with policies lhal are not  mean"  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Lift* & Disability Insurance Planning  Ki.irem.nl Planning       ��� Kmpltiu. Hem-fil Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 9 years'  I.AWKKNC K K. CHAMMvR*  mtmom        ������Mill  TOU-ftH.    1-M0-NMM1  "Willyou have  enough income  if you become  disabled?"  "I can analyze your disability  needs, and show you just  how much money you're  going to need in the event  ot sickness or accident.  For personal service,  call me."  IKJ  Tha Mutual Group  Facing Tomorrow:  Together  -_--_���_ srr_sMm_��l lilt 0l_*i��dtlMs__��]  Irsmlco Irsc . tsvo 0T TNt Mutual Group  ���mJ  FURTHER MARKDOWNS  on all remaining Kitchen & Bathroom accessories.  'Bathroom toiuets, vanity sets, soaps, oils,  curtains, rings & bars  'Kitchen utensils, pots, pans,glasses,  Inm'ls & cannistcrs  MUST BE CLEARED OUT  BY SATURDAY, AUGUST 31  TOTAL S'TOC'JCLlQUl'lwriCW{  ���.v..,-:.-.,v.-.y.v.������.-.-.��� ���.���.:.:.:.-.������-.���:-.v.:,-v...:-������...���;..-.��� ..,���.��������� ���.-... ���-;���-.* ���-...-.*.���.*.  Come in soon for Best choices  SUNSHINE  w>OTn_rw wmtmitty  lYl 1 vJlt-IlO   886*9411  Hwyl01.Q��iw>wia^>w��l��vd--Km'tr1aM>  .;.:;;::.; :���; ������������-,:������, ���:���������:.  ������: ' ./<���:-'��� '  : ;  %N<  <:oast News. August 26, 1991  , NOTICE  JjSOARD  (iihsons St District  Public Library  fl-nirs:  Tim. 9:JO-..pm  Will - .<_J-..|nn  Ttinrs. I2:*_-8(HH  Sal 9.10-_|>.||  STORVTIr.ll.: Wed llfain  Tiles.  Weils  Tlttirs.  Pri.  ���.   Sal  Sechelt  Public Library  lO.KMpm  10 Hl-lpni  l-:_D-7nil  I-.Spill  IO.W-4pnt  Suliscrintiiin - $2 iter year  Latin rcritttt - 2 tveeks  Ltmti Limit - 6 batiks funis- 2 new)  Overtures ��� IO*/\rk. per Iwnk  BIHIKI>IUIPINT��4II jmmj  EVENTS BY DATE  Sunday, August 31  Artists and craftspeople will be displaying  their handmade items Irom 10:00am lo  4 00pm al Ihe town parking lotnexl to  Variety Foodss in Gibsons Landing. There are  still spaces available for display. Call nancy at  Richards 886-2116.  July 27-Aug. 31  The Friends of Caren are ollering Iree  guided tours in the old growth forest ol Ihe  proposed Sechelt Peninsula Upland Park eveiy Saturday from July 27 lo Augusi 31.  Interested wilderness enthusiasts can meet  lo car pool at the Wildlife Rehabilitation  Cenlre (2 km north ol Trout Lake on Hwy.  1011 at 11 am. Carry a picnic lunch and join  Ihe lun. Inlo: 883-2807 or 885-7143.  August 28  7:00 pm. "Newly Clean & Sober" - support  group: need lo be al least 24 hi dean  Aclion: Alcohol an) Drug CounseUng Society  ollice (5686 Dolphin Slreel. SecheH). For  inlormation call 885 -680  Mc.J-sy August 19-30  Summer Fun ,*-y s 'amp 8 sw-nmng lessons at  Coopers Gres    n Hallmoon Bay.. Conlact  Mane al 883.142  August 29  Senior Citizens Branch 69. Irip to PNE  Phone May al 885-5200.  September 3  Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic. Tuesday.  September 3 Irom 3-8 pm. Sechell Legion on  Wharl Street. New donors welcome  September 3  Sunshine Association lor the Handicapped.  Annual  General Meeting.   7:30 pm.  Greenecourt Haa. SecheH  September 5 -10  Short course in tree ring dating leaturing  Ihe ancient lores! ol the Caren Range, culturally modilied trees, archaeology, sites and  specimens and foresl use by aboriginal people. Phone John Daloe al 883-1198 or 885-  9624 or write to Box 145, Madeira Park.  VON 2HO. Pie registration by Aug. 29.  September 9  Sunshine Coasl Peace CommiH.ee invites everyone to its Sept. meeting at Roberts  Creek   School   Library.   7:30   pm.  Refreshments  September 12  "SI. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary. Sechell  Branch regular monthly meeling, Thursday at  1:30 pm. al SI. Hilda's Hall. We welcome all  members and Iriends."  MISCELLANEOUS  Porpoise Bay Park Schedule  Fri. August 30  Hike to Smugglers Cove This 1 & a  half hour walk begins al the Brooks  Road parking lot at 2 pm.  Tall Trees, This walk Irom the beach  bulletin board examines the trees ol  our Park. Program begins at 7 pm.  Sat., August 31  Animals in the Park. This week children can learn about the mice who  live In our park. 10:30 at the beach  We care  We Are Always There  When You Need Assistance  For further information Vy . * _.  contact: ^f  579 Seaview Road  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  CLEARANCE SALE  Fabrics 30% Off  Yarns ___5-50% Off  All Notions & Craft Supplies  25% Off  On Sales $5 & Over  Mees Effective Septemlier .9 - 28  %enmarHQiit &Stii)  Madeira Park  mm  883-2274  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  ConpflUUm Pricts  Im  -FHI-HEMLOCK  886-7033  playground.  Berween The Tides. Com* to Hie  beach playground at 7 pm to learn  about the animals who Uve between  the tides.  Sun., September 1  Bo s h Survival tor Chtdlren Do your  chidlren know what to do il they  get losl in the loresl? They can  learn at the beach playground al  10:30.  Super Salmon. Learn aboul the  salmon that spawn each fall In  Angus Creek. Walk begins at 7 pm  at the beach bulletin board.  Mon. September 2  Incredible Edibles. This walk starting  from the beach bulletin board will  explore the edible plants In our  park. 10:30 am.  Rockwood Centre  BODY HEALTH:  September 16 al 9:30 am for 8  weeks with Anne Gregory. Learn to  use your body for health and fitness  lo develop strength, flexibility,  mobility antl relaxation.  YOGA: September 17, yoga with  Carol Brophy lor 10 weeks.  Introductory classes from 6 - 7:30  pm - ongoing classes from 7:30-  9:30 pm.  LIFESTORY WRITING: September  14 & 15. 9:30-4:30 - life writing  with Marcie Jackson. Learn how lo  record your personal and lamily  history. Share, show, tell and enjoy.  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT  WORKSHOP: September 29, 9 am-  5pm - real estate investment workshop with Peler Clements. Learn  how to have financial security  despite economic chaos.  Coast Garibaldi Health Units  Child Health Clinics: Child Health  Clinics will be held in Gibsons on  September 3, 10, 17, 24. An extra  CHC will be held September 9.  Sechelt Child Health Clinics will be  held on September 4, 11, 18, 25.  Extra CHC on September 16.  Pender Harbour Clinic will be held  on September 12, 19, 26. Phone  883-2764.  Tuberculin Skin Testing 4 Traveler's  Clinic will be held on September 9,  16, 23, 30 in Gibson; Travelers  Clinic only on September 5, 12, 19,  26 in Gibsons. In Sechelt the dale  is September 9, 16, 23, 30. The  Pender Harbour Travellers Clinic  can be arranged upon request.  (Sexually Transmitted Disease)  Clinic will be held Wednesdays,  September 11 & 25 in Gibsons  from 4-4:30 pm and in Sechelt,  Monday, September 23 from 3:30-  5:45 pm. Information, counselling  and testing (Including AIDS) will be  given. No appointment necessary.  Prenatal Classes: Early Class - nexl  one September 10 Irom 7 to 9 pm ���  Gibsons. Late Class - September 3,  10, 17 Irom 7-9 pm - Sechell. To  register phone 886-8131. It is  important lo register lor the above  classes early in pregnancy as classes  fill up quickly.  Single and Pregnang? Phone the  Health Unit-886-8131.  Hospital Tour: Phone St. Mary's  Hospital Switchboard to arrange  lor tour. 885-2224.  Parent i Baby Drop-In gives  parents an opportunity to meet  other parents and discuss common  concerns. Held every Tuesday in  Gibsons from 1:15 to 3:30 pm and  Wednesdays in Sechelt Irom 1-3:30  pm.  School Entry Booster Clinics: A  booster dose of diplheria, tetanus  and pertussis is important lor children entering school. Gibsons clinics, 886-8131; Sechelt clinics, BBS-  SI 64.  GIBSONS OFFICE 494 S. Fletcher  Rd., Gibsons - 888-8f3f. SECHELT  OFFICE 5571 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt 885-5164.  Titer* /��� no tot tor any of these  service*.  Sechell Karate Club  Begins a new session In Sept. at  Sechelt Elementary School.  Beginners welcome. For more inlo  885-9273 or 886-8434. (Adults or  children 8 yrs. and up).  Totem Lodge  Everyday Is visiting day at Totem  Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your  community.  Inner Ear  Steel guitar blues artist Ken Hamm  returns to Inner Ear in Roberts  Creek lor a summer dance. Call  886-9749 lor tickets and details.  Feel Like Company?  Do you have an extra room with or  without a view? Feel like a little  company? Beach House  Productions Is looking lor billets lor  actors, technicians and directors  coming to the Sunshine Coast lo  perform al the new Raven's Cry  Theatre In Sechelt. The groups  would require accommodations lor  approximately Ihree 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  monlhs.  If you can help oul now or In the future, please call Beach House  Productions at 886-7972.  Plastic Pom Poms lor weddings,  parades ft parties, etc. 21 assorted  colours, 20t each. Made by Sechelt  Sr. Citizens, proceeds to go toward  the new Seniors' centre. Phone  885-9392 or 885-2585.  REMEMBER: ;  If you're going to     f  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  [ full house.  BONNIEBROOK  INDUSTRIES ltd  Mr Septic TMk Mapiag  | Aak For Lucky Larry 886-70641  Herbicide  continued irom page 1.  ihe brush nn Hydro's I t.tMMI  hectares nf right .if way (luring  these peak tin**.  ���Some herbicide treatment  will always Ik* necessary," he  said, "hut with proper management techniques it can be min-  inii.cil"  Miller explained that 'proper  management techniques' in-  BCTV is now offering 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 lor reservations.  Sunshine Coast Spinners ft  Weavers presenl an exhibition ol  hand woven rugs in the Heritage  House at Rockwood Cenlre. July  and August. Call 885-2522 lor  viewing limes.  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group -  every Tuesday, 7 to 9 pm at the  Action Sociely Olfice. Contact  Deborah. 885-5680.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding  Support Group. Informal drop-in  meetings on the third Tuesday ol  each monlh 885-2332 or 886-2457  lor more information.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clinic al Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, 494 S.  Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary.  "New Beginnings" Is a Iriendly social group lor widows and widowers  (and other experiencing loss) which  meels every other Thursday  afternoon at the Sechelt Health  Unit. The purposes ol 'New  Beginnings* are lor making friends,  sharing information and ideas, support and encouragement - (or  someone to talk to. II you wish further information (and for nexl  meeting date) call 885-5164.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group  meels every Thursday evening, 6:45  to 8 pm at the United Chuich,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-  7159.  Fridays  United Church Thrift Shop in  basement of church off Truman Rd.,  open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  The Sechelt Public Library will be  open every Friday from 1 lo 5 pm.  Saturdays  Artists ft Crafts People display &  selling space is available in Gibsons  Landing, Saturday and Sundays.  For information phone 886-2470 or  886-2116.  Sundays  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club  will be meeting every second  Sunday at Rockwood Lodge at 7:30  pm. Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088  lor lurther Information. Open for all  ages.  volve bringing nature to the  point where low growing brush  preveias tlie start of fast growing  deciduous trees like the red  alder, one of Hydro's main tar  grt..  Oppo iition to ihe use of herbicides seemed lo focus on the  possible effects of 'Roundup' il it  came into contact with water  supplies.  A pregnant woman asked  what affect the herbicide would  have on her unborn child. She  .aid it wasn't fair that Hydro  should have control over the  lives of people through the use  of chemicals around water supplied, especially chemicals like  Roundup that have not been  completely tested.  Miller responded that he had  no answers that would satisfy  the woman. He assured her that  Roundup "attached itself to soil  only and had never washed into  creeks during government  testing  "Even if you dump a shovel  full of dirt containing Roundup  into a stream, the Roundup settles to ihe bottom," he said, "it  doesn't wash down stream."  Sue Fitchell. attending the  meeting as the alternate for Area  F Regional Director Jeremy  Frith,   reminded   Hydro  the  Sunshine Coast had been declared a 'herbicide free zone" hy  ���he M Rli and that any use of  herbicides on the Coasl went  against the wishes of the  Regional District.  Fitchell. who had inspected  the areas hydro wanted to treat,  requested the company hold off  until a lime of the year when  there was a 'window' to avoid  the use of herbicides.  A motion passed by the residents of Area F echoed the request and a letter will be sent to  Hydro, with a copy going to the  SCRD.  The Hydro representatives  said the request would be considered.  Hut John Emery, speaking for  Hydro, told the Coast News the  growth around the hydro lines  is already too high and the  company will he slashing in order to conrol Ihe growth for  now  "We already knew (when  Ihey went into the meeting),  thai we wouldn't lx* using herbicides because of the reaction,"  he mid, adding that the slashing  is only a temporary measure.  "We waul to find a middle  ground that will satisfy all parlies."  Sunshine Coast  PEST CONTROL LTD  LOCALLY OPERATE!!  GOVERNMENT LICENSED   UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control nf carpenter ants, fleas & other household pests.  m>���  Our exterior perimeter treatment  cuts down on the invasion  of crawling inserts.  FOR CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE ft ESTIMATES  885-1976  OUR SPECIALTY - Pretreatment of houses under  <*-*.   ��� > 7,V  " sinci mo-  NEW?  On the  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Helen Milburn 886*8676    Ruth Bulpit 885*5847  Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885*5821  BACK TO  !'::7.''::"    iWi    ������'.::':     '������--���::"  pump  All  Reebok* Pumps  Including  new stock  99  UP TO  $200 VALUE  CROSSTRAINERS  MEN'S &    _,.  WOMEN'S S  Reg.  $70  ORGANIZERS,  FASHIONS    DAYPACKS & T0TEBAGS  ENTIRE  SELECTION  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  MON THURS. 9-5:30  FRI. 9 8. SAT. 9 5:30  SUN. 104  TRAIL HUH & COWRIE ST.. SECHELT   885 2:  ���     _-V.'_'/������ r<*-'*~l~"''~ COM News. August 26. 1 WI  17.  CLASSIFIED  BOBCAT & MINI EXCAVATOR   CLASSIFICATIONS  ^"^   COAST NEWS]  ��        CLASSIFIED  Peraonal  Announcement  W��d*igs ��� Engagement  Lost ^^  Found  Pen - Livestock  Travel  Free  Garage Sales  Barter 4 Trade  For Sale  Heavy Equipment  Autos  Trucks  Campers  Mobile Homes  Motorcycles  Wanted to Rent  Bed A Breakfast  For Rent  Entertainment  Help Wanted  Business j Home Services  32. Work Wanled  33 Child Care  34. Business Opportunities  35. Legal     ^^  DROP OFF YOUR  _^"-| THE SUNSHINE-  i��f��k  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885*9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885*9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPQROUND 885*5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885*3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 888*2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B i J Store, our Friendly  People Place In Hallmoon Bay.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  lot lOwuids  (Biflhs. Lost &  Pound FREE)  7% QST  must be  added to ill  our puces  ��i  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  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SELL CLASSIFIEDS  $16 up to 10 words  $1 ������oh additional word  Your ad, featuring r Hem, will run 4 consecutive weeks, then will be  cancelled unless you Inslruct us to renew It by noon Salurday.  Not available lor commercial adeetllaera.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  QIBSONS 888*2822 SECHELT SBS*3t30  QIBSONS FAX 888-7725 SECHELT FAX 885*3854  Available lor public use  l    Homes &  Properly  ANOERSON REALTY  ��� Recmlion ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOGUE  5(_6 Cowrie SI . Box 1219  Sechell. B.C VON 3A0  ���85-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  WATHFIIONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your otter. 886-2694  #24sr  Lot 23 Central  VIBW,    16V6I,    J  872-1064.  Rd.  km  50x105.  to lerry.  #20sr  Drive up Trail Ave., past (He  arena & discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oft Lookout. These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready for your dream home.  Signs on property. Priced Irom  (25.000 up #21s  Service lot. $29,900 lirm.  Chamberlin & Central Rd.. Gibsons. 886-9049. #36sr  MUST SELL  3 bdrm.. 3 Oath, spectacular  view. Beautiful sunsets. Close lo  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 so.. It. 883-9418.  988-4310. #21ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths, 1400 sq. ft., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lol wilh many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett al  Veterans Ro .886-8415    #30ss  Gibsons. Gower Point choicest  waiertront, panoramic view, V.  acre. 581-2904 (Surrey).   #35sr  By Owner: 1<_ yr old lownhouse  In Gibsons. Beautilul cond., lamily oriented. _ blk lo schools. 3  bdrms. iv. baths, 5 appl,  $129,000. No GST. Phone lor  appt, 886-3313. ph. collect. #36  PANORAMIC  OCEAN VIEW  By Owner: In Davis Bay, 2 blks  from beach. 3 bdrms, furn basement, superior construction, ex-  Ira large lot, fruit frees etc..  $179,000,885-3143. 134  ���        "*________*"_____________  *^^v*^t__��_E  <-*���____  FOR SALE BY OWNER  6396 Norvan Road  2 Brick Fireplaces - Fisher Inserts  Newly Carpeted & Painted  $126,000 FIRM Ph: 885-5021  2 bdrm. mobile home on'.. acre  + lenced and landscaped. Near  school and all amenilies.  $69,000.885-4660. #34  Gibsons: Rare view lot wilh all  services, centrally located,  $50.000.885-7618. #34  BY OWNER: View, 6396 Norvan  Rd., brick lace, splil level, 3  bdrm., 1'A bath up. 1 bdrm. rec  room or possible suile down. 2  brick Ip with Fisher inserts. Newly carpeted . painted. $126,000  lirm. 885-5821. #34  40 year old male would like to  meet with 30-40 year old lemale.  Dinner, dancing, travel. Shy? So  am I. lets meet tor coflee. Reply  Box 362 c/o roast News, Box  460. Gibsons. BC, VON 1V0. #35  7.   Announcements!  BROOKS * MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  SUBDIVIDING,  REZONING SERVICE  Barter lor pay or  hourly rate.  KickMcC-_.lt MS-2M1  Large A Small  Projects Welcome'  PORT BRAVES $98,500  SEASIDE COTTAGE WITH OWN  DOCK on Gambier Island. 2 bdrm.  cottage on 2.5 acres with  southwest exposure. Own waler  supply & reservoir. 100' dock.  40' float & 40' ramp. Boal _  motor may be available. For  details call Carol Blair  1-733-0333. #34  Large view lol In Davis Bay on  Bluagrouse fld., 886-7540.   #35  View lot for sale on Harvey. Granlhams, 100x110'. Asking  $63.000.886-9427. #35  GIBSONS  2 bdrm '74. 14x68 mobile home  on private level, 73x150' lot.  $68,000. 980-7534, 8 am. or  10-11 best. #34  Ocean Ironl cabin, Powell River,  BC. 1, acre. 90 It, no bank.  $235,000. 206-679-4164 or  206-675-8654 eves. #36  MUST SELL  Architectural design, spacious 2  bdrm lownhouse. avail. Immed.,  central location. Sechell,  $108,000. 885-3842 or  865-6299. #35  3 bdrm. 2 - 4 pee balhs, FP,  ocean view, appl. Inc.. _ blk lo  beach. Davis Bay. $135,000  885-3572. #36  ESTATE SALE  SECHELT  2 bdrms up, 1 down, Irg front  room plus Hied rec room. Large  landscaped fenced yard,  greenhouse, Iruil Irees and more.  885-7429. #36  1 yr old spacious 2 bdrm  townhouse w/vlew, upper Gibsons, clean 8 quiel, 4 appl, 1ft  balhs. over 1500 sq. It., $98,000  financing avail by owner. Call  531-0690 collect. #35  Nicely decorated 3 bdrm rancher  on O'stiea Rd. Large bright kitchen area, 2 baths. Close lo  shopping & schools, $115,000.  To view call 886-7413. No agents  pis. #34  Better late lhan never!! Howard &  Tracey Honeybunn thank God lor  Ihe safe arrival of Courtney Leigh  and Carly Alexandra, weighing 5  lbs. 15V: ozs & 5 lbs 15 ors on  February 15, 1991 al 7:06 &  7:19 am. The proud grandparents Lloyd & Sandra Mitchell  ol Winnipeg. Man., & Doug & Lil  Honeybunn ol Gibsons. BC. Many  lhanks lo Doctor Burlin.       #34  Kreg & Debbie Gurney are pleased to announce the birth of Iheir  daughter Sara Grace, born  Augusi 10. weighing 9 lbs.  Special thanks to Doctors Burtnik  and Carla Peatkau and all Ihe  wonderful first Iloor nursing staff.  Welcome to Ihe world. Brendan  Alexander, Love Irom Mom & Dad  - Paula & Niels Payne. Born  Augusi 5, 1991. Proud grandparents Helen Payne and Ray &  Ivy Rempel. #34  3   Obituaries  JONES: Colin Russell Verrier,  formerly ol Coast Bookstore, on  Wednesday, August 21.1991 -  peacefully al St. Paul's Hospital.  Precious and loving husband ol  Margaret and lather of Ruth.  Sarah and Gordon, Karen and  Michael. Mark and Amanda,  grandfather of Bronwen. James,  Malhew and Adam. Eucharist  was dedicated to Colin on Sunday, August 25 at St. Bartholomew's Anglincan Church.  Rev. Eslher North officiating.  Memorial service lo be held in  Vancouver at St. Paul's Anglican  Church. Donalions il desired to  SI. Paul's Palliative Care Unil or  Oxlam. "His spirit will be wilh us  always". #34  To Ruth from Welcome Wagon, all  sponsors etc. lor greal welcome  gifts.  The Sealy Family  #34  Thank you lo everyone lor all the  beautilul cards, Ilowers. and  words ol comfort sent lo us alter  our loss ol Kathy. We appreciate  each and every one. From her  loving family.  Marybell. Bill  Steven 8 Betty  #34  FemesRULvt   -SH  NIIL SANDY  "��� m, NrAsUHWlMht*.  01 roar Property  Call Anytime  RES. iWfcHI**       VAN. TOLl  eUS.IHIHI07   .R___��|.l_44  Many thanks lo all our Iriends  who helped during Ihe loss oi our  loved one. Fred Hope A special  thanks lo Drs. Hourigan. Pet/old  and the home care nurses To Ihe  Order ol the Easier Star, many  thanks for Ihe beautilul reception  lollowing the funeral.  Joan Hope and Family  #34  Do you need some information to  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Information Service  115 5881: Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman In an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Ceatl Trend-  Uon Haass lor confidential 24 hr.  service. 885*2944 TFN  Single male age 45, looking lor  female companion between age  30-40.885-2873 #43  Environment  Friendly Points     ^.-  in Alt  Colours 01  The Reinboet.   af.  Including Oreen  Bill Wood  SECHELT  IB  A  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885*5058  ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463.  TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  Phone us today about our selection ol beauliful personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or  disfunctional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 lor help.  NC  NEED  HELP?  ��� House Ck-aiiing  ��� Office Relief  ��� Casual l.ahotir  ��� Const ruction  Clean-up  We find the people  YOU get the job done.  Westcoast  Workforce  886-3759  Hand  PAPER MAKING CLASSES  Roberts Creek, Sept. 14 & 15  For inlo call  886-2807 or 886-9143  #3'  L'Ecole Passe-Partoul offers an  excellent primary French Immersion program. Now accepting  enrollment lor Sepl. Kindergarten  spaces available. Grades 1-3  spaces for children wilh prior  French experience call Jane at  885-2280 or Janel 886-2647 for  Inlo. #34  Gold Mickey Mouse watch -  sentimental value, 886-8474 or  885-5105. #34  Reward offered for while dinghy  losl between Hallmoon Bay & Gibsons. Name Brandi painted on  bottom. 886-7655. #34  Large diamenti broache in Lower  Gibsons on Ihe 16th ol August.  Sentimental value. Reward  886-8129. #34  A warm and Iriendly person to  visil anytime at Totem Lodge, St.  Mary's Hospital. All guests  welcome. #34  Ladies blue trimmed glasses in  black case, lound on North Rd.  Ph: 886-4245. #34  Keys lound close to Ken's Lucky  Dollar, possibly Irom Washington.  DC 8B6-8684 ask lor Jennie. #34  11. Pels &  Livestock  PET HMD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL. NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Oumty Farm 4 Harden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAVINO PffOSRAM  Conlacl Then _ Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons.  886*4716 or Marine Fashions  NC  Redrock pullets. 3 mos. old.  Good layers. Also white Emden  young Gander, 885-2789.    #35  Wanted: 2 lemale, II poss., grey  geese, call 885-3301. #35  Moving musl sell: 15.3 HH 8 yr  old Bay Gelding, sound, road  aware, great with kids. Nice trail  horse. Ph: 883-9327 between  8:30 am - 5 pm. Open lor offers.  #35  CKC registered Cairn Terriers 8  Weiner pigs, $60.886-3134. #36  Flashy dark bay 15H. _ TB geld.  9 yrs. English, lumps well,  885-9969.885-3247. #36  SPCA ADOPTION  Voung border Collie X. lemale:  young Shepherd X. female: Springer Spaniel, lemale. Cals 8 kittens, 885-3447. #34  Free to good home: Pure bred  spade female German Shepherd.  4 yrs old. 886-9785 alt. 5 pm  wkdys. #36  17   Barter & Trade    I118   For Sal  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Old-style Hammond upright  piano. Solid wood, gd. cond..  $2000.886-8286. #35  MOVING - Must sell Vamaha  Eleclone aulo bass chord ogran.  model B60. exc. cond, cost over  $4000. Make me an offer.  886-9363. #36  VIOLIN OR  FIDDLE INSTRUCTION  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  Wrought iron claw foot 5V_-6tt  bathtub, call 885-3301.       #35  Licensed practical nurse wilh extended care experience looking  for accomodation wilh 2 children  7 & 10. Will consider care lor  senior in exchange or property  management. Call Lorri  764-1048. #36  Firewood 14" length, lair price  for good cord, quantity 3-4 cords  needed. Also, require good aged  horse manure. 885-3789.    #36  Middle aged reliable woman will  house sit Sept. and/or Oct.  987-7247 or 885-5972.       #36  Top $$ paid lor any military  items, firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets, 886-7591. #37  Organic Produce lor outdoor  market al Variety Foods, phone  886-7025. #34  Free to good homes, adorable  baby bunnies. 885-3424.     #35  116. Garage Sales  1524 Port Mellon Hwy. Langdale.  31st Aug.,  10-4 pm,  hsehld  items, sailing gear, labric. etc.  #34  ���Entire 1930s hsehld Aug. 30 &  31. 9am ��� 7pm. 780 Port Mellon  Hwy. Granthams. #34  MOVING Vard Sale. 3 hsehlds.  lotsol stuff. Sun., Sept. t. 9-3  pm. No. 9-10 Bonniebrook Trailer  Park. #34  Garage and plant sale from 10 am  to 5 pm, 761 0'she.i Rd. behind  Police Station. Gibsons Aug 31,  Sal. #34  Moving Out Sale - Sal. Aug 31  10-5 pm, 11649 Hwy 101, Mid  dlepolnl. hsehld lurn. Everything  Must Go. #36  Swimming pool, equipment 8  deck exchange for plumbing,  carpenlry t, electrical work. Fred,  886-4654. #34  1980 Honda Custom 900. Exc.  cond., new tires, mufflers & battery. Trade for carpentry work or  to sell. 886-8074. #34  Certified portable welder, will  trade lor cert, auto mech. work.  686-4925. #35  18  For Sale  BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  silver,  bank notes  SS-TStS  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  HAY S4.00/Bala  Whole Oati S5.00/50 lbs.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  S3.50.bale  FRESH LOCAL  ORGANIC VEGETABLES  Phone 885-9357  #TFN  Cedar Shakes, any size. Will  cuslom cut. 685-5669 or  885-5601. TFN  King size four poster knotty pine  waterbed. $400 obo. 886-8862.  TFNs  RSF    woodslove,  885-1980.  $600.  #34  New 3 ton engine hoist,  knockdown style. $500 Cosl  $1200.885-2544. #2&r  USED RAILWAY TIES  For Retaining Walls  886-8204  Gas barbecue. $95 OBO  886-9441. #34  Royal Doulton dinnerware service  lor eight Extra pes.: Bavarian  dinnerware service lor eight,  many extra pes. 885-7676.   #34  Maslercrafl riding lawnmower.  also fibreglass workbox lor Ford  Ranger PU or similar. 885-2789  #44  Will buy non-working major appliances. 885-7897. #34  10' satellite dish with decoder,  $800 obo: Inglis washer/dryer.  $300: anlique brass lender. $50.  Singer sewing mach in wooden  table. $150, mahogany lube radio  r/p_yer, $100, exc. shape,  885-9378. #34  Seasoned Alder, split. $65/cord.  You pick up. 883-9978.       #35  Atlas 6" metal turning lathe,  $1500: Shop Smith 4 in 1 wood  tool, $600; meal slicer. $350;  wood lurnace, $350; wood slove,  $400: fireplace insert, $250;  snow thrower lor small tractor.!  V6 Volvo motor. $150. 885-5443  aft. 6 pm. #35  2 Michelin Ps15/70R15 Ml  Season Radial lires, mounied on  Ford rims, $200; 1 pr. black-  English riding boots, size 40L.  $25.886-8633. #34  Queen mattress, Eaton's extra  lirm posture support, like new.  $240.885-7734. #34  Norsal Satellite system, dish,  receiver, remote, complete,  $500. Mike. 885-5779.     #35ss  Keep cool Ihis summer ��� Elec-  trohome 801 air conditioner,  $175; heavy duty trailer hitch,  $100; older microwave oven,  $50.885-7165. #34  Speed Queen automatic washing  machine, gd. cond.. $135.  883-9650 eves., 266-7478 Ive.  msg. #34  Side by side Iridge & Ireezer, almond, like new, $550.  886-3736. #34  Water fillers, exc. qualily lor j Large teacher's desk. $150; 21"  homes, office & boats. For demo I RCA colour TV. remote control  & inlo call 886-9441. #34 j $175; exercise bike. $70; sewing  machine   w/cabinel,   $100.  886-9145. #34  Instant  Gardens  ttsrtst  MELVILLE  COTTAGE  GARDENS  IVrs'isnial Specialists  I 685 Tyson Rd.,  Sechelt  9 em - 5 pm  Closed Man _k Tues  (North off Hwy  till brlsvern  ^jjtMRj^yiruwjmijJljl^  Browning auto rifle 308 win cal  wilh 2 _ Redfield as new. $575  obo. 886-7591. #32ss  Vs truckload of firewood. $75.  Split & delivered. 885-5)50. #34  Kenmore washer & Inglis dryer,  gd. cond.. $125/bofh.  886-4654. #34  MOVING: Queen Hollywood bed.  solid oak dresser & chest. 26"  tv, bed chesterfield. 7 It.  bookcase, Canon AP400  lypewriter, lire tongs sel & 2  wood holder, over 'It cord dry  wood. $40.885-6182. #34  Bed chestertield, high chair, tv.  caneback chair, 886-8435.   #34  Astron satellite receiver, low  noise amplifier and down converter, $350 obo. 885-5585. #36  FIREWOOD  MAPLE or MIXED  885-6499 or 885-3398  #36  Enterprise #30 tree standing  woodslove w/hinged doors,  screen. $150 885-9041       #36  PK Ripper Redline BMX's.  885-3532. #34  Deep freeze. 22 cu. ft., $95  886-9547. #34  Potta-potti, $45; bamboo room  divider. $18: coffee fable 56".  $75; 2 table lamps. $25/pr. All in  gd. cond, 885-3399 #34  Kayak, large volume, single, ideal  beginners. $700 886-4584.  886-3113 #34  Electric adjustable massage bed.  $1600, cottage slove. $150; apt.  dryer, $75 883-9076. #34  6-Man tent, gd. cond.. $100.'  885-7679 eves. #34 i  Help reduce the pet over'  population problem - spay or  neuter your pet. NC  Rabbits lor sale. Flemish giant  cross Chlnclllan giants  886-9500. #26ss  Green pasture available lor  geldings; Angora bunnies lor  sale. 886-7178. #34  Labrador pups. Ready Aug. 21  Unregistrable. $65. Shols included. 885-7336. #34  Free kittens to good homes,  886-3259. #35  MATS - 2 mothers with a  young doe each, 886-7488. #35  3 lamily gaiage sale. Sun. Sepl  1, 10 am - ? Toys, bikes, ice  skates, & hsehld items 1503  Langdale Rd, Langdale       #34  Four Family  Sal/Sun.. 10-4  575 Gower PI. Rd.  #34  Viking 30" coppertone, sell-  clean stove. $359; Gurney  Chalelel 30". HG slove. $389.  Kilchen id Superba built-in  dishwasher, lop ot Ihe line.  $379; Weslinghouse 16 cu. It.  2-dr. FF very nice. $439, 30  Speed Queen Chatelet 30" almond slove, $429. and more, all  reconditioned Guaranteed tor 90  days to 2 yrs Corner cupboard,  885-4434 or 885-7897        #34  8' Horizon dinghy, as new, $700.  Tandem coal, trailer up lo 28'.  $2900.886-7927. #35  Washer 8 dryer. $400. Iridge.  $50. 55 Oulboard molor. $350  886-9049 #36ss  Bark mulch, manure, topsoil. up  to 3 or 4 yards ol gravel products.  delivery charge. $25/hr  885-2592 #36  Quart sealers. $5 per doz  886-2673 #35  Two near new 7" A' vent  chimneys, 18' 8 30' cast boiler  propane burner and controls  883-2502 #35  Moving Sale: Sat.. Aug 31.10-2  pm. between Maskell & Joe Rd.  just oil Lower Rd. Rbts. Crk.  Watch for sign. #34  Sal., Aug. 31. 1222 Paggio Rd,  Rbts. Crk.. off Beach Ave. 10-2  pm. #34  MOVING SALE AUG 31  3335 BEACH. R.C.  Woodstove, turntable, skates, life  jackets, toys, highchair. mattresses & more. 885-7807.   #34  After moving sale. Labor Day  weekend. Sat. to Mon., 10am-3  pm. 4983 Panorama Dr.. Garden  Bay Estates, up hill past Royal  Van. Yacht Club. #34  Bargain prices, house content  sale, evenings 8 weekends.  886-3929. #36  * bed & headbd. $35; older laz-  e-boy chair 8 stool, $35; sm. arm  chair. $35; chest ol drawers, $20  obo. Thurs/Frl 886-2853.    #34  EVERYTHING  MUST 00  22' Fibrelorm cabin. I/O Mercruiser, winch, sounder, elc.  $4700; 1V camper Husky,  3-way Iridge 8 oven. $1200: '79  Olds Toronado, loaded, A/C.  leather. $1400; 73 Dodge 24  pass. bus. 318. no rusl; full size  canopy, insulated, $175.  Everything in very gd. cond.,  Irades considered, I.e. touring  bike, on/olf road bike.  HM779. #36  2 chesl ol drawers, Kenmore  spin-dry washer, Hoover  vacuum, ladies' 12-spd bike,  small girl's bike, arborite kitchen  table & 6 chairs. 886-2441 eves..  #35  BARK  MULCH  for landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking to be  Daid hy customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 116-70*3  |1lo4pm) _  ��_._:-r ��. <>.IM INCWS, AUgUSI Ut. I .'.I.  '8  For Sale  Penlax 645/80-160 zoom 120.  Back & extras Mint condilion.  .86-4886 #33sr  White 30" McClary slove. elec.  fld cond.. $250obo 886-2202.  :         #34  Fisher stereo VCR. 3 yrs. old. like  hew. $500 obo 886-8296.   #35  CELLULAR PHONE  Nova Tel transportable 3W  power, hands Iree. charger, a  -leal al $225. Ph: 886-3490 Ive.  msg #35  US GOVERNMENT SEIZED  Vehicles Irom $100 Fords.  Mercedes. Chevys. Corvettes.  Surplus Buyers Guide, in 805  962-8000 Ext CS-308        #35  1975 Volvo. 2  reasonable shape.  885-7787  dr.   sedan,  $800 OBO  #34  IBM Compatible 286-AT computer w/prinler. Exc. cond., (still  under warranty), 40 meg H/D,  colour monitor, loaded with programs, exc. lor school, home  -business & entertainmenl,  $1800 886-3540. #35  NINTENOO-SEGA  Sales - Rentals - Trades  NEW & USED  Cassettes       sffh  mm    JQ5  maarsahatre ���        a,, i,  STOUTS ."*��" . "  cmds    "yp  BUORIK'S  Video & Music  885-4888  104 Teredo Sq  Sw:holt  1980 Plymouth Horizon, looks  good, runs well. $750 886-8069  after 5 pm, #34  1967 Chevetle Malibu. 2-dr.  H/lop. 283 V-8, P/S. P/B. exc.  cond . $4500. 883-9054      #34  1980 Dalsun 510. runs greal.  Needs brakes, very econ.. $800  885-7679e.es. #34  1980 RS Camero. black, mild  pert. 305. turbo 350. tilt, rear  delog. recent paint, no rusl, no  bondo. gd Radials, new stereo.  $2900 Firm 885-4522        #34  1981 Ford Escort, runs t  cond. $800 885-3600  SAVE  20-80% :  COASTLINE E  ��� USED AUTO PARTS-  ..��� Engines ���_���--_--  ;       4 cyl itomSI-i       ;  ��� 6 cyl from $279       ���  I VII lions SMS J  ^Mechanic On Duty���;  _, UM__f__M _  *       msriiuino-s aaaa.au        Z  ��� M Parts I' g . SmM ���  ��� '<>iii-_-..l_SH.rj_nf_mS.9    ���  *_������������������  82 Suburu  zip.!  eves  runs well, lots ol  commuter car 885-5423  #36  1989 Nissan Micra. recent brake  job. exc cond . $6300  886-3211 #36  Small bed (fits crib maltress).  !$75 obo. brown recliner, $50.  886-3540. #35  Canopy Ills 3/4 ton, make me an  offer 886-2637. #35  30" elec. range, hood, swag  Nghl: large Iridge. all avacado,  885-2789. #35  Unicorn truck canopy, gd. cond..  $75 886-2082 #34  Posiden dry suit, size med  $400.886-9346 alt. 5 pm. TFNs  Rebuilt lawn mower, new blade,  $95; oil lurnace, changing to  gas. oilers; 303 rifle, $90; 10  gauge shot gun. 32" double barrels. w/3_ magnum shells. $55;  older German 12 gauge. $55; b &  w tv, nice picture, $35. prawn  traps, $5/ea 885-7738,      #34  Contemporary love seal and Irg  office desk, $150/both. Misc.  small hsehld appl. $15 and up.  885-5115. #34  McClary stove. $300; Kenmore  dryer. $150; Weslinghouse  Iridge. $300; len windows,  $20/ea 8B6-4738 #36  19. Heavy  Equipment  1965 Ponliac Cuslom Sport. 2  dr. hardtop, rebuilt 327-350 HP  Immac. inlerior $2300  886-2694 #24sr  1979   Camaro.   exc  $3000 883-9165  shape  #23si  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good $1900 OBO 883-9165  #23sr  1987   Camaro.   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond.. or trade for  best backhoe. $8500 886-7013  #25s  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S.  P/B. $550 OBO. 886-3641. #24s  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207 #33ss  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 lor Ihe  sel, wilh covers. 886-9500  anyiime. #23sr  1973 MGB harlop 8 convertible.  British racing green, gd cond..  $3000 obo 885 9610 #34  1953  Pontiac  Chiettan.   2-dr ,  exc cond . 886-4634 alt 6 pm.  #34  27' 5th wheel trailer, lull bath.  A/C. awning, fully equipped  $9900.886-7488. 135  Dodge van, 1977, partly  camperized & In exc. cond. Must  sell. $2250 obo 886-9156.   134  Excellent starter camper, 8 It  $600 886-3789. #37ss  1311. Boler, sleeps 4, exc. cond  $2195 886-8487 #37ss  Llghl English trailer. 2-way F/S.  sleeps 4. $2500. 886-8510.  #35ss  Tent trailer, icebox, propane  stove, sleeps 5. $500. 885-7679  eves. 1134  force Q  ���Heaters  ���Stoves   -BBQ's  Now Available At  SUNCOAST  V. MOTORS  '- IH lae-en.  SuntNne cc_ii m*v Gibson.  Two heavy duly axels & wheels,  (18" cast iron), complete  w/roller bearings, suitable for  large marine ways. $500; 120  litres stone henge gray solid colour slain (Cloverdale paint).  $480 883-2669 #35  HS_,181S_.T T* T!? I 12'alum boa., wide beam, deep  Resort - awnings & antenna, like I v exc cond   ^ 885-7523  19/8 Meic Monarch, 302. rblt.  newiad.exe cond etc $2000  885-3314 #36  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abei Used Auto Parts  snd Towing  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO  883-9234 #27ss  79 Ponliac Sunbird. runs, $200  OBO 885-5692 #30ss  new. $12.500.1985 Ford Ranger  XLT V-6. 4X4, 97.000 kms. immac. $8500 Both lor $20,000  883-2260 #34  3511 5th wheel '81 Wilderness.  Reas shape, asking $16,000.  886-3448 #35  1985 Prowler Regal trailer. 30'  excel $18,500 obo. 883-2484.  ___^ #34  87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome. exc.  cond .886-8481. #23sr  1989   camperette.  885-5492.  $800  #28ss  1975 Prowler 20 ft., reasonably  good shape, asking $5000.  886-7097 alt. 5 pm. #38sr  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  Iridge. stove, lurnace. toilet,  sink. $7300. 886-3306.    #35sr  #34  1990 FI50 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT, 17,000 kms.. Larial,  lully loaded & exlras. $20,500.  886-376? #30ss  Black 90 Muslang 5.0 LX 10  mos. old. lowered, tinted. 3 55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value. $15,000 or  Irade up/down lor Toyota 4 Runner or equivalent 886-2694.  #25SS  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  Well Best Any  Competitor's Rates  TFN  1966  Parts,  work, $500obo. 886-9737  Timber   Toler   skidder  motor,  running,   needs  #34  1982 Toyola Tercel, exc. cond���  $2900 obo 886-7738 or  886-2833 #28ss  1983 Volkswagon Rabbil GTI,  California car. (no bullet holes)  156.000 Ireeway miles, orig,  painl. garage kept, sunrool. loaded, shuttle deck, white  w/burgundy interior $4800  Price Slashed Only $4200. Phone  886-7214. TFNs  1972 Ford LTD, 2 owners, exc.  cond. $1500 886-8666.   #34sr  1975  Olds   Cutlass  $600 obo 886-8862.  Supreme.  TFNs  Sechelt Pickup  Truck Recyclers  ��� We SELL used*  rebuilt Paris  ���We pay CASH lor  running or non  riiiuiiiiu Pickups  DAVE or JIM  NHS S.S2 or KH . 7.86  1990 Toyola 4X4 PU, 4-cyl,  5-spd. P/S. P/B. 14,500 km. lull  rust-proofing 4 undercoafing,  checker plale running boards &  box caps w/sprayed on box liner,  Pioneer AM/FM cass. stereo,  $16,000 Firm 886-2714 home,  886-9394 work. #35  1978 GMC V. Ion. PU truck. Also  alum canopy. 886-7432.      #34  1 or Without  Operator  SeabinJ  KENT/US LID  1978 Ponliac LeMans. gd running order. $500 886-3963.  #36ss  292-6-cyl GM molor. gd. cond..  $150 obo 886-2202. #34  1979 Buick Regal, very gd.  cond . $2500. 886-8286.     #35  EXCELLENT CONDITION  1984 4-cyl. 4-dr. K-car. lamily  vehicle, well maint. only 56.000  mi Irom new. S3750 obo.  886-8836 #35  1984 Nissan Micra, 54,000 kms  A-1 shape, $3500 obo  886-2984. #35  1975 Buick Riviera. 5B.000 mi..  very little rust. $1500.885*4519.  #35  886-8744  htll'U'MhNltV rtXJLSPOH  INI.liSTIlY.fi INSTHUI THIN.  llilMK.KAItM  HWY I0I,(IIHSONS  MOMUAY TO DATUnOA Y, 8-6  1979 Dodge Aspen, gd. cond.,  clean, gd tires, $950 obo.  883-9978 #35  MINI VAN  BV VANAMERA     '  1987 Chev Astro, lully loaded.  Vf, 54,000 ks. exc cond,  885-7016 #36  78 VW Rabit. luel inj, 4-spd,  bills lor new Iron! end. brakes.  I exhausl. tires, liming bell, elc,  exc body. $1250 obo  886-8225 #36  70 Dodge Dart slanl 6. Runs  well, parts avail. $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slanl 6,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000.886-3841. #22sr"  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Offers.  886-3306. #35sr  1986 Ford Taurus, all options,  new tires, 75,000 km. 885-2777.  #32ss  197B Ponliac Grand Safari  wagon, $600 OBO. 886-9449.   #34  1979 Datsun 310 h/back, good  running order, clean, standard.  $900,885-4408. #34  '53 Ponliac Chieftan, 2 door  coupe, parts & manual. Serious  offers. 886-4634. #34  REDUCED  1987 Dodge Coll. P/S. P/B,  aulo, 4-dr, exc cond, $4900.  8857429 #36  1985 5lh Ave. Chrysler, loaded,  leather rool, elc 1 owner,  66,000 mi Asking $6500  886-8206 #36  Mazda GT turbo. 5-spd, AM/FM  cass., P/sunrool. many more options. $12,500 886-7572 pis.  Ive. msg. or 885-3243.        #36  1981 Ford Escort, 2-dr, reliable  trans., driven daily. First $750  takes. 886-8892 days, 886-3802  ews-     #34  1985 Ford Escort. 4-dr, 5-spd,  exc, cond., $3500. 886-3789.   #37ss  1976 LeMans 2-dr, reliable car  $500.885-6286. #36  WHY IMOT  SAVE TIME?  We have many  pretiumed care and  trunks In Atoch now!  From $1100 and up.  Call 885*4004 ���*  1991 Chev 'A ton. till steering  C/C, delay wiper, sunrool. many  extras, incl 8 ft. camper. Asking  $22,000.886-7960. #36  1979 Heavy Duty .< ton GMC,  4X4. aulo. 350 molor, lock out  hubs, Hal deck. $2850 lirm; 20'  I/O F/G boat. 350 motor. $6500.  8857738 #34  1987 Ford Ranger PU, canopy,  boxliner, running boards.  AM/FM cass. 67.000 ks on V6.  Aulo runs on propane or gasoline.  40 gal. propane lank, $7500 obo.  886-8633. #36  1973 International V�� Ion. exc.  lires, 7 w/rims. old bul good,  $1200obo. 885-3314. #36  1978 Ford F250 super cab, 4x4.  wilh 10 It security camper.  885-3374 #34ss  1976 F150 P/U. 390. 4 spd..  new lires. $1000. 886-4690 aft.  5 pm. #34  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parls only 885-2207.        #33ss  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl., 4  spd. limited slip, good cond.,  $8500 885-5444. #28s  I9P2 Chev _ ton pickup. Runs  okay. $600 885-7029.     #32ss  "HUB PROPANE"  73 GMC 3 Ion 18' steel deck.  366 V8. 5 spd., on propane  HIAB, 550 crane with extenlion  outriggers Comes with 2 speed  rear & 7 Ion spring packs. $5800  OBO 886722'. TFN  1976 Ford crewcab. Canlor  yellow. $2200 886-4535.    TFN  1980 GMC Suburban V8 auto,  air, cruise, deluxe interior, greal  cond, $5400. 886-4561.     #34  1976 GMC _ ton 350 3 spd..  auto. 886-2653 wrecking lor  parts. #34  22. Camper  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 lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid, new handrails, Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5|  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  #38sr  Rubber rati: Avon - Rover R3-40.  max 15 HP, ft price, $2200.  885-2306. #28ss  1987 Ranger Ltd. Edition Boston  Whaler Design, 10 yr. hull war-  ranly, 1988 55 HP Suzuki 0/B.  galvanized trailer, storm cover,  Apelco sounder. VHF radio.  $8750.886-9992. #35ss  5 HP Johnson molor with gas  tank. 885-7676.  #34  For Sale or Irade, 2 ��� 6-cyl.  englines - Volvo-GMC, $300/ea.  Take marine engine or good OB  on trade or part, trade. Phone  Gary al 883-2630. #34  18V.' Double Eagle. Volvo 270  leg. 302 Ford V8 engine, $3500.  Ph 1-261-6551. #35  WANTED: Exhaust manifold lor  4-cyl Volvo Penta. 130 HP.  886-3457 #36  24' Bayliner, 133 Merc motor,  w/leg, $9500 obo. 883-2661.  #35  Wanted to Renl: small (14-18')  power boat lor occasional day  use 886-9295 #34  Like new Eide boal loader, $750.  886-9908 #36  Sangsler 18Vi'. Volvo I/O, FWC,  all new bells, etc. New road  trailer, 10 HP Johnston motor,  many exlras. $12,000 or oilers  885-3314. #36  ���6BHF  MNEYIITI.  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  im  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condilion. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Ves! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  34 fl. tug, $24,900. Trades considered. Phone 886-2459.    #34  26' Bayliner. 305 Chev, 280 Leg,  stand-up flush toilet, sleeps 4-5,  FWC, dinghy, down rigger, deep  4 lish linder. Asking $17,500  886-8835. #35  24'Zeta I/O F.W.C. w/head.CB.  sounder, sports-yk, rod holder,  spare anchors. $10,500.  883-9041. #34ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  ���new cushions, exc. cond.,  $3800.885-9333. #35ss  21' .'Cat' sailboat, cruise ready.  9.9 Merc, 2 anchors, propane  slove & heater. VHF, sounder &  very comfy, large cabin w/inside  steering. Gov't Wharf, Gibsons.  Asking $18,000.886-8225. #36  CAMPION  18ft' Mercruiser, 470 I/O,  sounder, shipshore, power  winch, compass, low hours, reg.  serviced, rod holders, full  canopy. 883-2109. #34  Squire sidecar. Iwo seals, brake.  Will install. $2200 OBO.  8857430 #27s  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc.  cond.. garage kept. $8000.  886-9595. #25ss  1980 Yamaha 750 Special. Very  low miles, responsibly cared lor.  Greal shape, $1400 obo.  886-9145 #34  82 Honda XL500R. dual purpose  road/dirt, runs good, needs  some minor work. $500. Please  call 886-4905 #34  '82 Honda CB900F. exc. cond.,  low kms. $1200 obo. 886-9862.    #35  1980 - 750 Kawasaki LTD,  33,000 kms. gd cond.. $850  obo. 886-2785. #35  26  Wanted to Ront  Waterfront cottage required lor 2  wks. in September. Gibsons  -Roberts Creek area 732-8407  aH. 6 pm. TFN  Waterlront 2-3 bdrm. cottage/house to lease, carelake or  rent, Sechelt areas, by mature  n/s. n/d employed prol. man. By  Aug 15/Sept 1 1-685-3552  collect. Exc rets available.   #34  Female student requires affordable accommodalion, Gibsons.  Sepl. 1st. 925-9207 aH. 6 pm.  #34  Working man seeks unlurn. accom. 886-4771 att. 4pm.    #34  Small workshop wilh retail space.  Sechell. Gibsons. 886-3832. #35  Prol. couple seek winter accom  Gibsons, Oct. I or sooner. Would  consider house sitting lor partial  rent, exc. rels. N/S. Alison or  Neil 731-5964, 664-6931.    #34  28   For Renl  2 bdrm. side by side. W/D incl..  S520/mon 885-3676.        #34  15 minutes from Langdale Ferry:  3 bdrm apt. 1250 sq. ft., top  Iloor tn-piex. fridge, slove.  carpels, drapes, privale entrance, free parking, no pets.  $650/mon Avail. Sept. 1  884-5459 or 1-467-4260.     #35  Waterlront 2 bdrm.. turn., cottage. I/place, elect, heal, Wilson  Creek. Avail. Sepl. - May. $600  plus util.. 1-263-5998eves. #34  WATERFRONT  t bdrm. lurnished suile, Pender  Harbour. 883-9177. #34  Port Mellon, cozy 2 bdrm home,  lireplace. 4 appl.. $550. Avail.  immed. 886-7722. Pis. Ive. msg.  TFNs  Level 2 bdrm.. D/W, C/V.W/D.  furnished, overlooking harbour,  new house. $900.8B6-7955. #34  Room mate wanted, $250/mon.  886-8309 att. 6 pm. #34  WINTER WITH US  As ol Mid-September we will  have a number ol lully equipped  bachelor suites available at competitive oil-season rales. For inlo  call 886-9156. #35  1 bdrm. waterfront cabin, fur  nished.   Roberls Creek.  $250  weekly, 886-4584. 886-3113.  #34  WATERFRONT - Large family  home in Pender Harbour, lurnished. $750/mon. Avail. Sept. 1st  886-3013 Ive. msg. #34  Bright 1 bdrm ground fl. suite. In  central Gibsons. F/P, W/D, fur  nished, $550/mon. Avail. Aug  30.277-6205att.6pm.      #34  1 bdrm apt. marina view, $580,  lower Gibsons. 886-8089.    #35  28. For Renl  Secret Cove. 3 bdrm. 2 bath. 5  appl.. detached Strata, great  view. Avail. Sept. 1. $750 per  mo. 885-2152 or 1-325-5439.  #34  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail.,  dances,   parties,  weddings.  Yvonne 886-7B15. TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transler Ltd.  886-2664. TFN  Davis Bay, WHion Creek H|H.  Available. Wheelchair iKlHtlei,  885-2752,885-9863 #35  Storage/Garage  Lower Gibsons  12'Wx29'Lx9-10'H  $200  886-8089  #35  2 bdrm apt. 8 basement, large  yard, lower Gibsons, $820.  886-6089.  #35  1 bdrm view apt, new bldg, quiet  _ secure, lower Gibsons, privale  patios & garden, laundry facility.  convenienl to shops. $625.  886-3420. #35  Bachelors suite, open II. plan, util  inc., 886-9501.  TFN  ROOMS  $1 05 per week  plus tax  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-280.  Marina Repairs  Gat t Diesel  Garden Bay BC  883-2811  XSSSSsX  E-Z-Luder Traitors Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales and Ser-  vlce. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser & Yanmar 883-1119.  TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construction. Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towpost. healer, view  Smflty's Marina. $3200 (offers).  886-2567 #28ss  rSuil..hillC (. \>ll,��l  Yachts  Gil-nson,. Minimi  886*2628  Ills*), 111 ami **���(��� 1 Hit ik-1  Miry',.  IX.TO)������.'.'I nii��ri�� In-  v/liinx luiilcil  -<��' sVillllJsjon  -/l-itl XIX 1)1 .III, I*  -iill r*lKssVCI  inverter, elc  -.'l'lllll|,|is|| ll.ii.lII  It'   Ills  IK'l. Alllllll I  V-A pnecircl.  SAIIr-3.'Ontario C*C  I mill lovely villi  ilk'SK-l  -Is' llnitlii Nkrjy  ki'isl. lull nel n|  wll, ti Imrciiin nl  13,8001  + WE'RE HERE _.  * TO HELP YOU w  ��� RV Parts  ���Accessories  ��� Repairs  -SUNCOAST  ��& MOTORS  !<���/ '"V/V �����������������i��  Sun-tsint Com! Hsvy. Qlbtoni  13'Scanp*r trailer, clean, gd.  cond,$2500.886-3222. #31ss  1977 Dodge camperized maid  van. Raised rool. fridge, stove,  lurnace, propane powered, very  clean 4 economical, $4500 lirm.  886-2182. #34ss  22' Sangsler. 302, V8.888 Merc  leg, molor rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard top, trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. #22ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very fast and In top condition,  surveyed value $8500. Offers A  trades considered. 886-2738.   #32sr  F/G boat, trailer, 6 HP, 0/B, gas  tank. Complete, $600.  885-2965. #38sr  22 foot Sangster twin Volvo legs,  lots of extras, $3900 OBO.  886-9741. |30ss  Highliner trailer, 1  Kg, 14" tires,  886-3001.  ��e new, 1000  $1700  OBO.  #38sr  14x68, stove, fridge,  washer/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond., new rugs, $26,000.  886-7013. #33ss  Deluxe  Modular Home  Set-up in new park  Ready lor immediate occupancy  Must be seen to be appreciated  Trades welcome     886-9826  or collect 597-3322  1-800-663-3637  TFN  Owner will finance  starter home. 12x48  2 bdrm. set-up In Gibsons  OAC. Conlact Charles  886-9826  1-800-663-3637  TFN  1 bdrm. Sechelt area, lully lurn.,  equipped. Immed. occupancy,  exc. Investment as residence or  renlal. $15.000.885-7940.  #34  For sale or renl. 3 bdrm lurnished  mobile home w/view. avail. Immed 885-9507. #35  PADS AVAILABLE  $190 Per Monlh  S.C M.H.Park  886-9826  #37  MOBILE HOME SERVICES  Repairs ��� Relevel  Skirting A Additions  886-9172  #39  Furnished 1 bdrm. bsml. ste..  priv. entrance, sell-conl,, W/W,  cable, W/D. utils. incl. Suit  quiet, clean, non-smoker, $390  mo. Rels. Please call 886-2694.  #34  1250 sq. It. 3 bdrm. upper  duplex. Roberts Creek. 4 appl.  Avail. Sept. 1. $800 Inc. heat.  980-2739 or 885-7461.       #35  Gibsons, spacious 3 bdrm. main  Iloor. 5 appls.. with or without  garage. 885-6009. #34  2 bdrm. waterfront furnished  house, avail. Sept. 1st, $500 mo.  885-2766 after Aug. 15th.    #34  Industrial Shop Space  For lease. Will build to suit. Upper Gibsons. Barry 886-8204.  #34  1982 Kawasaki KDX 250, gd.  running cond., S550 obo.  885-3374. #34ss  SACRIFICE-1988 HD-1340 cc  16,000+ miles: incl. gear &  tools. $10,000 OBO. Gill,  886-4558. #34  I'ROM.I.TY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  * Residential  * Commercial  * Industrial  We will      ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving-in Inspection  * Arrange for maintenance  & repairs  < Collect the renl 8 damage  deposit  * Disburse renl monies lo  owner  ��� Do moving-out inspection  FOR LEASE:  Approximately 800 sq. II.  ol labulous office space In  lowei Gibsons aiea. Landlord may provide some  leasehold Improvements.  Conlact Sieve Sawyer al  886-2277.  Avoid all the hassles  and problem! and for  |ust a pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  fn Sloe* at  ENMAC  ci/clc  Oil Fillers, Batteries, Tires.  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jav at 186-2031  K.  Single bed sit fully furn, own tv,  bathroom, $80 per week or $300  per month. 885-3611 or  885-4666. #34  Modern 2 bdrm house on waterfront near Secret Cove, suitabel  lor couple N/S, no pels, $600  per month. 883-2423 #36  Deluxe 2 bdrm condo. dN plumb,  3 appl, central toe. Avail. Sepl 1,  $850. 888-3050 or 685-1744.  #35  GIBSONS  1   bdrm,   greal   view,   FP,  skylights. $600 plus; 1 bdrm,  sunny, $500 plus: bachelor, view  01 mis. deck, $500 plus; 2 bdrm  ground Iloor, Irg yard, air llghl,  $650 plus. Arthur 885-9859. #36  2 bdrm lurnished quiet beach  cottage. Redrooffs. Elec heal, Oct  1 lo Mar 31, N/S. No pets. Rels.  $500 plus utll. 885-2604.     #34  1 bdrm apt. Irg kilchen _ living  room. Close lo all amenities, no  pets, $550. 883-1142 or  937-3794 quiet residential area.  #35  GIBSONS  Sept. 1st, Seaview Plaza  1 bedroom, $450  Sell-Contained  Private Entrance  Incl. 2 Appl. A Utll  For Viewing Call  885-3512  #34  GIBSONS: 2 bdrm, year round,  avail, immed, $450 plus hyd; #2  -723 Truman Rd, (top right). Vacant so can look through windows Irom deck. II Interested call  732-1552 Ive msg. #34  HOPKINS: Close lo lorries, furn,  1 bdrm, ground level view suite.  N/S, no pets. Suitable for  teacher or student. Sept. 1 -  June 30, $450.886-2869.   #38  From Sept. 1/91 to Jan. 15/92.  Two bdrm W/F home on Gower Pt  Esplanade. Fridge A stove incl,  S600/mon. (No pets). Ph:  886*2526. 134  Spacious lurnished bdrm with attached balh. separate tv room In  quiet, clean, W/F home. Sechelt.  Cooking lac. avail. $350. Avail.  Sept. 1.885-3409. #34  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm apt. In  adult oriented bldg. dean, quiel  w/view, laundry lac., heat ind.  No pets. 886-9038. #35  Large bdrm use ol house, cable,  private phone avail. Quiet person,  $280plus'*, hyd.886-3227.#34  Bright 2 bdrm ground II suite on  quiet cul-de-sac, 4 appl. wood  stove, _ elec. plus heat. No pets,  $650 plus util. 886-3625 alt.  5:30 pm. Days 886-3308.    #34  Near new spacious townhouse  with view, upper Gibsons, 1_  bath. 4 appl. over 1500 sq. It,  $885/mon. 531-0690 colled.#35  Unfurnished 4 bdrm cozy cottage, 5 appl, carptets, Hopkins  Ldg $750/mon. 886-2828. #34  2-1 bdrm apt. Sept. 1. no pets..  $390. Ph. 886-8975. #36  One bdrm ocean front suite,  Granlhams, $550/mon. Incl.  laundry. 886-2596. #34  2 bdrm trailer lor rent, North Rd,  close to terry, $550/mon. Ph.  886-8616 alt. 4 pm, ask tor Len.  #36  Waterlront collage at Granthams,  avail, lor quiet person to rent. No  pels. $450/mon. Ph. 886-4736.  #34  2 bdrm mobile home. 4 appl, Irg  sundeck. close lo Gibsons.  886-4919 avail Sept 1        #34  ROOMS  *a\\mt*-      By day  or week  Reasonable rates  Free Morning  Collee  mMt 886-2419  Kl. Hwv 101.Oibeone  UNDER NEW-XNAr.FUFNT  2 bdrm., Gibsons. Appliances,  NO PETS avail, immediately.  $725 mo. 883-9650 eves.,  266-7478 Ive. msg. #34  2 bdrm. semi-turn., adult-  oriented lownhouse in beautiful  Twin Oaks Village. Private level  patio A lawn area. Quiet,  maintenance Iree living within  easy walking of Gibsons Shopping elc. For appt. to view call  886-7263. #34  N/S, N/D, prolessional woman  wants room mate to share 3 bdrm  Davis Bay home, $500/mon.  885-6096 aft. 6 pm only.     #35  2 bdrm apl. L. Gibsons, new bldg  w/laundry facilities. $770.  886-3420. #35  Single room In family home,  Sechelt. Must like dogs, short  term, $300/mon. 885-3611,  885-4666. #33  Cozy 1 bdrm wilh view, garden,  parking, close lo lerry, $375.  (604) 277-4725. avail. Sept. 1.  #34  1 bdrm beautilul view. incl. W/D,  Jenair stove A fridge, plenty ot  storage. 10 mins. from ferry,  $550.936-5588. #34  Furnished 2 bdrm W/F cottage,  Seima Park, avail. Sept. 1.1991,  thru June f___. $700/mon.  885-2044. #35  Nice 2 bdrm cottage, great view,  close lo all amen., $850.  1-879-3775. #34  Clean 2 bdrm duplex, near water,  shops A school. Avail. Sepl.  1/91, $750. Bill 886-2277 or  Sam 581-8078. #34  2 bdrm older W/F cottage, reas.  rent for odd |obs. Avail. Sepl. 1,  986-8822. #33  1 bdrm apt., large kitchen A living room, close to all amen., no  pels, $550. Refs. reqd. Quiet  residential area. 883-1142 or  937-3794. #33  2 bdrm spacious archilechural  design townhouse, all appl., central location, Sechell. Avail. Sept.  1st, $850/mon. 885-3842 or  885-6299. #35  Avail. Sepl. 1, One bdrm suite,  unfurnished, $225 plus Hyd.  883-2661. #33  3 bdrm, living room, family room,  dining room, 5 appl., view, $850  plus utll. 885-3815, 886-4773  Ive. msg. #34  Large bdrm, use of house, cable,  privale phone avail, quiet person,  $280 plus V4 Hyd. 886-3227. #33  Gibsons: 2 bdrm ocean view  suile, avail, long-term let,  S550/mon 886-4773.        #33  VIEW! 3 bdrm townhouse, convenient Gibsons location, incl. 5  appl., blinds, cable, avail. Sept.  1. $850/mon. 886-3013 Ive.  msg. ,35  2 bdrm lurnished waterlront  home, Davis bay. N/S, No Pets.  Sept 1 to June 30. 885-4075  -988-5079, $500/mon.       #33  1 bdrm mobile home, lully equipped, Immed. occupancy, Sechelt  area, $450.885-7940.        #33  Semi-lurnished 1 bdrm suite,  close to downtown Sechelt,  $410.885*4054. #33  ���HAND NEW DUPLEX  1 unit left, gourmet kitchen, 3  bdrm, 2ft balh, 6 appl. Apply  766 North Rd, Gibsons, or phone  421-0639 Ive. msg. #36  3 bdrm 1Vi bath house In Gibsons, appl, large storage sp,  woodstove, garden, $675. Avail.  Oct. 1, rels, call 921-8444 or  885-3936. #35  FOR LEAIE  Gibsons  650 Sq.ft.  Retail Space  733-9683  mamdm^mammm*^^  ;'M  W*mi'~m***?'  i *s ����.*, /tugUM is,,  lyyi  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates In the rental of property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition of renlal would be in  violation ol Ihe Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the adver  tisemenl and the newspaper  which publishes il would both be  in contravention ot the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Coast N  will therefore nol accepl such  discriminatory ads. TFN  A very nice 3 bdrm, full bsmt  house, 3 appl. en-suite, F/P,  sunken living room, large kitchen, avail. Oct. 1, $850.  886-7392. #35  30  Help Wanted  Kiwanis Village Care Home is now  accepting applications for Ihe  position ol adminslrator. University  gradrjation with  relevant  course work in administration or  completion ol recognized course  in health administration (mln. 5  years exp. prelerred). Closing  date September 14. Applications  to  Kiwanis Village Care Home,  c/o Marie Connor  RR1, Site 7  Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0  #34  Hilltop Chevron Sell Service Is  now accepting applications lor  part-time cashiers. Hours not  suitable for students. Please apply In person, Mon.-Fri. 11 am-4  pm. #34  Experienced dental receptionist 3  days/week for caring, team-  oriented lamily practice. Exc.  organizational/secretarial skills  essential. Must have warm,  friendly disposition. Send resume  to Dr. Dan Kingsbury, Box 1099,  Sechell, BC VON 3A0.        TFN  S12-S18/HR Working Irom  home. Send SASE to: JCAC  Holdings Dept. B, 1054 Lakeland  Village Blvd. Sherwood Park,  Alberta, T8H1B2. #35  STAY HOME EARN MONEYI  Variety of jobs available. Earn  $400 i per week. Call 24hr.  recorded msg. for amazing tree  details. 604-623-2380 A74. #39  Janitorial company looking lor  reliable part-time employees lor  evening work in Gibsons and  Sechelt. Forward resume to Box  1641, Sechelt. #35  Dental receptionist with previous  dental knowledge required for  busy office 4 days per week. Interpersonal skills most Important.  Apply lo Or. Bland Inc.. RR#2,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 with handwritten letter, resume and letters  of reference. TFN  High school student needed for  veterinary assistant position at  Eagle Ridge Veterinary Hospital.  Full-lime lor Aug/91, part-time  Sept. onward. Contact Stephine  Boyd, 885-5158. #34  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30,000/yr. Income potential.  Details. (1) 805 962-8000 Exl.  CY-308. #35  Henry's Bakery requires counter-  person, perm, part-time. Apply In  person am only. #34  Cashier, village Store, Gibsons.  Apply within or call 886-3520  10am-10pm. #34  CMMIff  SMPWC/ ���  COMPUTER ^^���m  MIIST ^^^1  MIIST  mumo i"___-��_*_3!  a���������^. cocnputtfi  mid lollowing  Coast News, programs:  In am. Quark,  m\mm Illustrator  mmm J MS Word  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society Is inviting applications tor the position ol CHILD  CARE ASSISTANT lor tha  PARENT/TOT Drop-In program. 3  to 6 hours weekly, am only. Experience with group child care  and/or training in ECE preferred.  Send application lo S.C. Community Services Society c/o Executive Director, Box 1069,  Sechelt, BC. VON 3A0. by  September 13.1991. #36  Renco Concrete requires part-  time office clerk. 2 days per  week. Please call 886-8174. #34  Sole practioner needs a  secretary, such employment to  commence on or before Sept. 3,  1991. No prior experience required. Please telephone  885-2626 or mall resume to Box  1310, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0. #35  Full and Part-time front desk  clerk, morning wailresses, &  housekeepers. Conlact Lord  Jim's 885-7038. #34  NEW opportunity. Make up to  $500 or more per week. Assemble our products. 24 hr. recorded  info, gives details. (604)  623-2011 or (604) 520-644 ..#34  Certified Aerobic Instructors  needed lor Eagle Fitness. Call  Douglas 886-4606. #34  Foster homes urgently required  tor children of all ages. Please call  Ministry of Social Services A  Housing resources worker  885-7101 weekdays.        #35  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Love Babies?  Assistant needed lo  help out at the Baby  Clinic. Monday evenings:  4:45 pmto7:15 pm  in Sechelt.  Brownie Leaders  are needed in Sechelt  for the fall. Three  leaders required to share  duties. Lois of fun and  support.  Local Non-profit Group  needs three people to  lorm a donations  committee lor a local  non-prolil group. The  committee will pick  up and distribute  donalions and lhank  donors.  Fall Fair Assistants  still needed to help with  Ihe upcoming event. A  greal opportunity to  be involved in a  community event.  FOH THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES,  PLEASE CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE 885-5881  A service funded by  The Ministry of Social  Services and Housing  31   Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TUB  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,  insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  5MMQ MC/m" Ml  Cedar, Vlayt, Alma  Quality workmanship  LennJoyner   886-4730  #36  Going Away?  for the BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  885 2.28  Rooting - Remodelling  Room Additions - Repairs  886-8585  #39  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Uphelslary   a,  r-wemui teucx mounted ff  !QUIf_ENI  6151 POSSIBLE RESULTS  .     JUSt ASK AROUND'  886-3823  > DIVISION Of >EN OEVHIES  MMI F100��C0��EIIINGS  Do -ou Need..lawn/landscape  maintenance, brush cutting,  weed eating, rubbish removal,  yard clean-up. window cleaning,  etc. Skip's Maintenance Service.'  885-2373 #35  COAST TREE TOPPING  Fully Insured  10 Yrs. Experience  Orchard Maintenance  885-9577  #34  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  Man and 1 ton truck with  hydraulic tilt deck will do rubbish  removal, landscaping, tree  removal, hauling, etc. 7 years experience, reasonable and reliable  Pal 885-6255. #36  33   Child C.ire  31. Business &  Home Services  COAST  PAINTERS  Free Estimates  Reasonable Rates  Fully Insured - Top Qualtiy  Phone 886-3285  #36  _ PAT'S 1 TON TRUCKING  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree  removal, hauling. 7 years experience, reasonable and reliable.  885-6255. #36  ~        PLUMBING  Renovations ��� Repairs  Hotwater Tanks  24 Hour Service  886-3463  #34  Family Photographer  Black A white or colour images by  trained professional, studio or  location. 886-7472. #34  TFNs  HOUSEHOLD  A  RUBBISH  REMOVAL  885-4066  #35  Watchman with own trailer lor  logging camp, house, boat, etc.  PO Box 1913, Sechell. BC.   #35  HANDYMAN  No Job Two Small  Specialty - Plumbing Repairs  883-9278  #35  Tradesman (elec) avail lor temp.  work. Can also do carpentry etc.  Ref. and reas. rates. 886-9866.  #35  HAULS ALL  GARBAGE REMOVAL  You Chuck It  We Truck It  885-9577  #34  Roofing - Remodelling  Room Additions - Repairs  886-8585  #39  We Cut Grass  And Haul Trash  886-7892  #36  Jack 8 Jill Pre-School has openings tor 3 A 4 year olds. To  register call 886-2528 or  886-3154 #35  Exp lamily daycare avail, close lo  Cedar Grove School for 2 yrs.  plus. Call Debbie. 886-3483. #35  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. IS months to school  age. Fun Med caring environment with ECE certilied Half.  886-3913  #39  Would you Hi" quality care lor  your children In a loving, homey  atmosphere? Call 886-2227. #36  Family Daycare  Reasonable Rales  Call 886-3001  #34  Needed starting mid-September,  babysitter, two days per week lor  3 children, ages 5,3 & 6 mo. In  my home, Cedar Grove area.  886-2563. #34  Experienced nanny will babysit in  our   home.   Sechelt.   Ana  SUNSET DAYCARE  A well-equipped small group day  care in Roberts Creek has spaces  available commencing Sept. 3rd  lor children aged 2 yrs. and up.  Daily program includes music,  art. stories, circle lime A games.  as well as lots ot free play on 1 _  sale, lenced acres with children's  garden, pets, outdoor equipment  and more. Licensed supervisor  with spec, needs experience.  $20/day. 7:45-5:30.886-8822.  Ask for Sheahan Bonnie      #35  Experienced child care service  available in my home. Roberts  Creek area. Children 2 yrs and  up. starting Sept. 3. Call Billie  885-5635 #36  Mother ol two will babysit in my  home. Roberts Creek area.  886-3789. #36  34. Business  Opportunities  Wanted. 500-1000 sq. tt. ol  commercial space, downlown  Sechelt, lor a long term social  club lease. 885-5552.        #341  Earnings up to $2000 per week  to  self  motivated people.  Minimum investment for large  profils. Call Larry. 883-2178.  #36  MIKE OF INTENTION TO APftY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CMMM LANDS  In the Land Recording District ol New Westminster  and situated at Beaver Island, Pender Harbour,  take nolice that Boyd H. Winters ol Lot 45, Beaver  Island/Francis Peninsula, shipwright, intends to  apply for a licence of occupation of Ihe lollowing  described lands: unsurveyed loreshore fronting Lot  45, District Lot 1390, Beaver Dlsland/Francis  Peninsula, New Westminster District, Plan 4276.  The purpose lor which the disposition is required is  permanent moorage facilities.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to the Oflice of the Senior Land Officer,  .401-4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4 ���  BOYD WINTERS.     FILE #2405374.  ..i.-.-   .IPiKSouR  pRafous  ���vj*�� __  in"  "   loi 4V  I  _?_(-..ER  ISLAM r-./    '  fl,r._.-C- i'ENi^o's-A  885-6277.  #35!  FUNSHINE DAYCARE  Quality dependable care giving for  your Vh lo 5 year old child. Full  day pre-school like program.  Limited 4 hr sessions are avail.  Hours 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Mon  -Fri. 886-3377. Operated by Gin-  nie Weston an Early Childhood  Educator. Group Day-Care.  Licence#1120010 #36  ty d.. SM &.. fid il.. .W il  in the Sunshine Coast's  LARGEST LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS  .Cflunl 'm  BCYCNA  ootuMm  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NCW-. ��P_R6 O O fl  ASSOCIATION -.-.U  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  Those ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more lhan 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 25  $195  $3.70 each additional word  BULUNO SUPPLES  DOORSIWINDOWSI Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doora, woodwindows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  lo WALKER DOOR and WINDOW in Vancouver at  (604)266-1101.   SUSIWUS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a (lair lor colour  and design? Decorating Den,  Canada's fastest growing In-;  terior Decorating Franchise  Ing  ���o vided. Cower Mainland  ���ting I  lnB.C  is expanding In B.C. Tralnli  525-6722, Provincial 1-600-  565*6722.  SINGLES TODAY Introduction Service. Eleventh Anniversary Special. Membership,  franchise and employment  Inlormation. Magazine sample $4. #2-1246 Fort Street,  Victoria, B.C., V8V 3L2.  (604)360*9020, FAX:  (604)478-9975.    BURNED OUT7...0ver extended, bored, fed-up with  Siur current situation? Use  la opportunity and your  expertlseto become financially independent. Can 1-  800-395-8744 (24 hr. recorded message).  Be your own boss with unlimited opportunities, set your  own hours and win prizes.  Sell Discovery Toys. Contact  I -Ida C 3.*nnan, Sayward,  _._-., vOP 1RO. 282-3661.  BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  Incredible opportunity, your  own business, large profits,  no experience. Money making salsa letter. Free details:  JPBFInandal Press, 52A-650  Terminal Avenue, Nanaimo,  B.C. VSR 6E2.  EXPLORE. Flbertron Coaling Systems. Unlimited market applications, turnkey operation starts under $3,000.  Cell 1-294-2966 9 a.m. ��� 5  p.m. Flbertron Canada Inc.,  2172 Willingdon Ave.,  Burnaby, B.C.V5C5Z9,  Juice and Vinegar Manufacturing Business. Natural,  specialty. Wall established on  Vancouver Island. Mint be  moved. Colossal growth and  export potential, little competition, owner retiring.  (604)743-5393.   BUSINESS PERSONALS  Parson with 20 years experience In business management in retail and bulk petroleum, agricultural parts, and  farm supplies seeking new  management position. Reply  to 3405-42nd Avenue,  Vernon, B.C. V1T3J7.  EDUCATION  Anyone can do Msl Incredible offer takes you step by  alap to wealth. Write now lor  free detaila: North/Weal  Center, Box 8000*607,  Abbotsford, B.C., V2S6H1.  Wei established Home Decorating Business. Excellent  reputation lor esnrles and  products. Proven clientele,  opportunity for expansion.  Owner wants to retire. Contest Rslnbow Paints, 4601  JoyeeAve.,PoweilRivar,B.C.  V8A3B7.  Laid otl, outol work? Learn to  manage an Apartment, Condominium Bulldng. Many jobs  available. Over 1,200 people  placed throughout B.C. For  detaila cal (604)681 -8466.  Music For Young Children  registering now lor daaa starting September. Untried enrolment lor 3-8 yeerolda. Cal  lor Ihe teacher nearest you.  489-1746 or 665-8697,  ran sale mac  Light llxtures.eleelrlc motors,  generators, phase converters, translormsra, Isns,  waldera, wiring supplies, free  literature. Frisson Electric,  32032S.F.Way,aeer_rook,  B.C.,V2T1V8.Tel_��9-7101.  Fax*53-2S03.   FOB SALE MBC  CAN BIZARRE ACHES AND  PAINS BE CAUSED BY THE  MIND?   Buy  snd  rssd  ���Dianetics the Modern Science of Mental Health" -  $7.50. To order call: Vancouver Dianetics Center, 401  West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1L5.  (604)681-0318. M/Cand Visa  accepted.   SURPLUS EQUIPMENT  FOR SALE: Dump trucks, cal  loaders, low bads, pavers and  rollers, service trucks, welding truck-VvSOO Millar welder,  D8D and D8K cats, excavators, crushers and jaws, 310  J.D.backhoes,JCBbackhoe,  ceae 580K backhoe, 740  Champion grader cAw snow  wing, 670A J.D. grader plow  and snow wing, est 851  windrow elevator, 100 barrel  waler tank and tog graples.  Call Vic Kampe 1*493-6791  days, 1-493-7742 evenings.  100% FREE HEAT1100% Ire  sslstyl Aqua-Therm  Woodburning outside fur-  naoe. 50 installed In B.C. since  1984. Contact Aqua-Therm,  Sylvan Lake, Alberta. TOM  IZO. (403)887-5816, Fax:  (403)687-4770.   HEALTH  CALL NOWI Free Mall Order  Catalogue Irom Vitamin  Dlscout Stores. Please call 1 ���  8004634747 or In Vancou  ver 321-7000 lor all your Vita  ���CLP WANTED  TRAIN TO MANAGE sn  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many (obaavalable.  Government Hcsnssd home  study certtflcatoncourse.Cal  lor dstala: (604)681-5456 or  1-800-665-8339.  CRUISE LINE EMPLOY*  MENT PACKAGE. Type, of  Jobs/How to get (wssJoba/  North America Contact Ot-  mctoty/Moiel For dottle cdl:  (604)636-3S3��.  HELPWANTED  NEED EXTRA $$$$. C & M  Gifts needs Demonstrators  to sell toys and gifts at Home  Parties. No investment or  experience required. Established company. Call today  (819)258-7905.   '6-FIGURE INCOME'International music and Video  Company expanding Inlo  Canada. Need highly motivated commissioned sales  people and distributors pan-  lime or full-time. (519)944-  2800.  Overseas Positions. Hundreds of top paying positions.  All occupations. Attractive  Benelils. Free details. Overseas Employment Services,  Dept*, CA, Box 460, Mount  Royal, Quebec, H3P 3C7.  REGIS HAIR STYLIST. We  ere so sure you'll be successful In our Salons we guarantee il with $1,500 per/mo. 4  up based on your experience.  II you are Interested In a  change or advancement of  training, join our stall In  Tmieum or Eaton's Cenlre.  Jusl bring your shears and  everything else Is on us. Cal  Robsrt384-4688 or Lynda 1-  800-326-6646, ext. BBS.  MACHMERYS EQUIPMENT  Tanks stainless steel vertical  12,000 gallons, 15,000 gal-  lons. 304,14 gauge plumbed.  Priee$.65 per gallon. Phone:  Harry 435-0925 Vancouver.  PERSONALS  B.C. TOUGHMAN CHALLENGE. Over $50,000 cash  prizes. Vancouver Sepl. 16,  .--towns Sept. 28, Nanaimo  Oct. 6, Kami-ops Oct. 12,  VICtonsOcL18,Tl-ilOct.26,  Pr. Rupert Nov. 2, Championships Nov. 14. INFORMATION CALL 1-758-2576.  CASH, LOANS, BAD  CREDIT.NOOedil, No problem. For lasl approval call  290-9368 (24 hrs.).  PERSONALS  ASTROLOGY REPORTS -  Natal 30 . pgs. $17.50,  Compatibility 20 . pgs.  $17.50. 3/6/12 month forecasts $15/$25/$40. Send  blrthdate(s), place, time (If  known). Astrodata Services,  C-5, FawnCreek, RRST, Lone  Butte, B.C., VOK 1X0.  HOWTOSUCCEEDATLIFE.  Detailed, fun to read book  includes: Achieving goals:  Adding grace, beauty to life;  Looking good, feeling great.  $11.95, New Dawn, Box 419,  Pouce Coupe, B.C. VOC 2CO.  PETS  Katahdln Hair sheep, no  shearing, meat producers,  Breat mothering. Also Black  lounlain Welsh novelty  sheep, small, black, great for  acreages. Call Julia Murto,  (403)887-5694 or write Box  269, Eckville, Alberta. TOM  0X0.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For Inlormation on  both write: Properties, Dept.  CN, Box 5380, Sin. F, Ottawa, K2C3JI.  Deluxe 97 unit Mobile Home  Perk, Okanagan Lakeshore.  No vacancy. Leased, level 22  seres, double service systems. Snowing$166,000 net  Asking $990,000 terms. Contact Henry Desnoyer at  Trade-land Realty Ltd., 34101  Coldstream Avenue, Vernon,  B.C. Telephone: 545-5325.  Pager: 1-977-0754. Fax:545-  4873.   Waterlront Executive Home,  superbly crafted with 1,949  square leel on each of two  levels, plus patio areas to  enjoy ths 120 loot frontage  on Lac La Hache. Write or cal  tor details on this unusual  horns. Can't be replaced for  asking price of $225,000.  Shiriey Brand, Aspen Really  Lld.395-4054, Box 1377,100  Mile House, B.C., VOK 2E0. |  The FIRST OUT  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  886*2622  885*3930  Peaceful  and sunny  Keen. Cove  held Itself  out to this;  lone        I -  adventurer  so lie took  hold ol his  oar and  went.  ,|<H*I  .InlmstolK*  photo  Famtour makes  a difference  Travel Sunshine Coast recently  conducted lis niiniitil Fsinitotir - the  tourist jargon lor lamiliari/atinn  lour - and it met wilh ureal success.  The purpose ol ;i l.iinlniir is to  act|unint local navel counsellors  wilh llie area's accommodations.  visitor services and local attractions Tliis year, counsellors trom  (iihsons. Sechell. I'endcr liarhour  and Powell River hoarded a  Siuieoasi Travel minibus and made  a sweep down the coast Irom  render liarhour lo (iihsons, with a  number nf stops alone llie way  ll is very important lor the  counsellors in see Ihe places and  tilings Mini ihey discuss will) villi*  tors every dai Tourism is one of  the area's biggest Industries and  employers (Statistics show  I no,(ion visitor.' come lo llie  Sunshine Coasl .mini.ills i  These visitors slop lis lite Inlo  Centres m huge llliniliers needing  Information about all types of accommodations, services and enter  i.iimnt in offered on die (nasi ll is  important thai llie counsellors arc  well versed on Hie area, and all il  has lo oiler  Travel Sunshine (nasi tries to  make a slop ai each of il's member  businesses during llie day Is inn excursion Time is a liaitiperiii|t lac  tor, hill Ittosl liases iu each of the-  ihree major centres are covered  llusiness owners and managers  are only loo happy III acconimn-  dale die lour. realizing die hem-tils  front these tours Due to provincial  regulations, counsellors are not allowed io actual!) recommend a  particular husiiiess oxer another,  hill if ihe)' can speak knowledge  ahly ahoul the husiiiess die visitor  can make an educated choice  Tourism is important to every*  Ii, uls on die Sunshine < !oasl, ami it  is imporlanl dial our visitors know  whal we have lo oiler From lied  and breakfast establishments lo  iinilii room hotel complexes and  even phoio developing centres -  Travel Sunshine (_iast was tormed  lo secure and Increase Ihe markei  share of visitors, ptirticiiliirl) ironi-:  lit   lor die cubic Sunshine (nasi .-  Support offered to  recovering patients  Recently Mark Myers, a retired  Sechell businessman spoke ol llie  efforts lie is making lo expand a  suppori network lor laryngectomy  patients Mark and oilier volunteers Willi die Canadian Cancer  Sociely waul lo reach oul to oiler  "laryiigeeioniees" die friendship  and million ol iheir experience  In IWO. Iheir Laryngectomy  Rehabilitation I'lngrain produced a  nationally-acclaimed video New  Voices: ( oiiliminicating Alter A  laryngectomy This I.-mlnnie  video explains Ibe anatomical  changes resulting Irom surgery, introduces die viewer lo other lit: laryngectomees who explain Iheir  personal speech methods, and discusses some ol the psychological  aspects of iheir situation It will  have ils iiileriialioual debut al Ihe  Inlernaliouiil Association of  Laryngectomy   Conference   in  \Vtiini|K'g. Jul) J i in 2"  Mark Myers was diagnosed Willi  throat cancer 11 years aller lie bad  given up smoking His voice-box  was removed, and now be lias a  one centimetre hole in the cenlre'  of his throat: be speaks hy slopping  il with Ins hand Yet his is so ex .  pressor and confident lhal die lis  Utter ipiickly ceases lo become  aware ol any dillcrcncc  1ic(|ucml)." saisl Mark, "a lot of  us laryngectomees can gel ile'*1  pressed Vie liaic a group ol really  supportive volunteers who've been  then' and who know how to  help-  Mark suggests dial all those who  have li.nl throat cancer, or wild !  know of someone who has II, con;'  lasl one of iwo groups lite "Lost'  Chord Chili" iu Vancouver or die  "Victoria Laryngectomy Club" lor.  slip|KIII < nasi News. August >ts, I WI  'Creek* youth heads  for Venezuela  CHANNEL ELEVEN  K.ilierts Creek resident Anna Jenkins has been chosen lo participate in the Canada World Youth I'rograniine. She will  spend three and a hall months in Alberla belore travelling  to Vene/ii'la for another three and a half months.  smart llnriiside pholo  Alter s|K'iiding her entire life  in RolH-ns Creek. Anna Jenkins  will soon be on the road for  Venezuela. Eighteen year old  Anna was recently selected lo  participate in die Canada World  Youth Program (CWYI'l, a non  profit youth exchange program  between Canada and Third  World Countries around the  globe.  TheCWYP has been in operation tor nearly twenty years  and has sent young people like  Anna between die ages of 17  and 20 to over .0 exchange  countries from South America  to Africa More than lillllio  young people Irom Canada and  die exchange countries have  pamcipaled lo date  According to Information  supplied by the World Youth  Program,    the   CWYP   was  Scouts come through for Korean child  "lo see lin \h lung on liei  in, k die ri'il stains spreading  mi die bandages on her legs ami  suing the severed pans ol her  Isgs lying in a plastic bag on llie  COUIllei beside her is an image  dial will nevei leave my mind ."  iid in I.iii Sutherland a  ( inidian medical specialist in  bone and joint disease  Sutherland was al lite Jamboree,  as Deputy < onimgem Leader  with the I an.idtaus  Project Jiii-Ah will involve  lbs creation nl a support bind  lor die hide guts rehabilitation  Ibe Injured < .in.nli.ni Seoul  I iw as, iic Smith, is a Scout with  the I7lll Sl Marks Kitsilano  S.out Troop, Vancouver Ile is  doing well, although he is in a  i.isl anil on clinches  Project Jin-All lias die support of the Canadian Embassy in  Korea and the support of lite  Korean liiivernnieni  Jin All has Hide chance ol  long-term rehabilitation in  Korea, and is nol likely to be  able lo gel artificial limbs in  Seoul Monies collected by die  contingent members will be put  in a trust hind and will be used  Isir short term help lor the Hong  family, and lor long-term tit-il-  im ni din could Include treatment and rehabilitation in  Canada, although no arrange-  nlCIIIS tor dial base sel been  made  There are IJ Scouts and  eight leaders attending the  World Jamboree from liniish  t nlumbia, including local  leader Katharine lineman Irom  Roberls ( reek, whn returned  home last week  Donations tan bs- sent in  Scouts Canada. National  Council, I'd box .i.i Station  P, lmawa, Ont Kit   .<r  Tlie Canadian contingent al  Ibe 17th World Seoul lamborcc  will lie launching a majur drive  ibis weekend to provide support for die rehabilitation ol a  young Korean girl who was  tragically injured in a vehicle  accident August .. in Seoul  The operation is being called  Project Jin Ab after Hong Jin Ah.  die two and a ball year old who  JOJ SPECIALTY YARD CARE AND WINDOW  CLEANING - REASONARLE RATES/RELIARLE  Pressure Washing   -Landscaping  ��� Fence Building      C   J &-���������>* . Yard Clearing  ���Turf Laying I   I/����__ 1   I "Lawn Mowing  C leaning ���"���_-�����'   "����-' ���"���* Repairs  COMMERCIAL O RESIDENTIAL  Vou Think of it ��� We can do it  Call 885-7517 Anytime for Estimates  lost boih legs above the knees  She was playing rpiielly with  her older sister in her hack  yard in Seoul when a vehicle  crushed into tlie yard injuring  both children  The second child is recovering from her leg fractures after  surgery  The Canadian senilis were  witnesses to the aflcimalli of the  tragedy as die result of taking a  member of the Canadian contingent to the emergency ward  ai Paik Hospital for treatment to  a broken ankle  liwayne Smith was lying  quietly on a stretcher with tlie  casi material beside him waiting  lor ils application  Tlie scene changed dramatically when an orange clad ambulance attendant arrived with  Jin-All lying naked in his arms  She was placed on a stretcher  less than live feel from liwayne  wlio was accompanied in the  emergency mom by his scouter,  tlie contingent medical oflicer  and two oilier members of die  contingent  Everyone in the Canadian  group was profoundly affected  by die sight of a young girl  whose life was drastically altered in a lew seconds  The Hong lamily has insurance coverage which will provide hinds lor Jin All's immediate hospitalization Tlie family  docs not have resources lo  cover the costly rehabilitation  and die artificial limbs which  will have lo he filled lo Iter a  number of limes a year as she  grows  founded hy a group of  t anadians interested in enhancing die "role of young people in  contemporary society"  The (WYP philosophy states,  'hi order lo live in the world of  the future, people must develop  tolerance and openness to values and ways of doing things  lhat are foreign lo them "  According to Anna, she will  lie expected to become part of  the Vene. uel.ui community to  which she irasels she will live  wilh a host family lor dure ami  a ball months and take part in  iheir daily lives However, she  has yel to Ik* told w hat commit*  nil) dial will lie. tun die possibilities seem lo lie tluclualiiig  between iwo extremes  "From what I understand."  she lold die t nasi News, "it will  culler lx* in Ihe Amazon region  or in the Antics Mountains"  She said she has been living  In learn Spanish in preparation  lor the trip but admits she's  loiuul die language tapes she  had been listening to "extremely  boring I can ask for a glass of  water (in Spanish) and that's  ahoul it." she jokes  before leaving tor Vene/uela.  however, Anna will spend three  and a ball months in Athena  Another portion of the CWYP  program is lo introduce  (anadians lo their fellow countrymen in (he various provinces  Iu Alberta she will join with  20 other (anadians and 21  Venezuelans Tlie 12 youths  will divide inlo three groups of  11 and bead off on their respective adventures, with each  group destined lor a diilerent  community in die province  Some time iu December die  groups will depart for three  separate Venezuelan destinations  As a criteria for the trip, and  apparently as a way ot proving  her earnestness to the CWYP,  Anna had lo raise SSim dollars  front tier community She said  die Roberts Creek Legion bad  come through with $250 and  die RCVFD, where her father is  a member, had taken up a collection for die balance  "Ii means I've gm to help  with a lol of Tuesday night  bingo games for the legion  when I get back." she laughs, "  and help the lire department  string lighis al Christmas.''  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