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 1IHSIDE  _^>T THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  __   ,.n��_VTIV-UBlt*ltv  _.    Victoria. ��*-  9 l-8  RESULTS ON PAGE 2  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2268  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  July 22.1991 Volume 46  -r  SCRD is urged to  conduct  referendum  by Jan Michael Sherman  The Elphinstone Electors'  Association (EEA) has called  upon The .Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) to  conduct a referendum al the  earliest opportunity to deal wilh  water and watershed jurisdiction.  In a letter received ai last  Thursday's SCRD Public Utilities  Committee (111.;) meeting, tlie  community watchdog organization centred on the "continuing  impasse" concerning the  Chapman Creek and Grey  Creek watersheds. Specifically  addressed   was   what    the  Association referred to as "the  deterioration due to pasl logging  practises,"  Noting lhat it is the responsibility of the .SCRD to ensure "...a  safe and adequate water supply..." to Ihe people of the  .Sunshine Coast, tlie letter went  on to point out" hut lite reality  is thai the Ministry of l-'orests has  continued to maintain its jurisdiction over this area."  The group further claimed  thai increasing deterioration is  probable, while interruption of  water supplies remains a potential threat.  Notice was taken of Ihe at  tempt by the SCRD to obtain an  injunction against the Ministry  lo prevent further damage to  Coast watersheds  SCRD Administrator Larry  Jardine told the Coast News  "We're not seeking an Injunction, but a conn order intended  lo get the Ministry of Forests to  go in Ihere - especially  Chapman (reek - ami do the  things they were supposed to do  ten years ago."  Noting that water anil development go hand in hand, the  EEA claimed (iibsoi's' waler  shortage has already led to a  moratorium on development  permits and the consequent  "...reduction in construction  jobs."  The Association, in calling  for a referendum, would like to  see the residents of the Sunshine  Coasi asked whether 'our water  and our watersheds' should remain under ihe jurisdiction of  the Ministry of Forests or become the "sole responsibility" of  the SCRD  jc Terminal alters application  Months of training and hard work paid off for Darlan Seed last Friday as the Elphinstone  graduate was chosen as Miss (iihsons, Miss Sea Cavalcade, and Miss Congeniality. Selected  from a field of nine worthy candidates, the new Miss Gibsons will join with First Princess  Carla Howden, and Second Princess Kelly Thomas as the Town's 'royal ambassador's'.  Joel Johnstone photo  Gibsons Golden Girl  Nominations for the Sea Cavalcade GIBSONS GOLDEN GIRL  continue to be submitted to the Coast News which is sponsoring the popular, annual contest.  Initiated to honour the woman (60 years or older) who  most embodies the spirit of (iihsons, the yearly search concerns Itself with such qualities as an indomitable pioneer  spirit, generosity toward the community, as well as a host of  unique personal attributes.  Nominate your candidate by submitting a letter explaining  why she should be Gibsons' Golden Girl, c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO. Feel free to drop your sub-nils  ���Ions off at our Gibsons office at $37 Cruice Lane, or our  Sechelt office at 9)21 Cowrie.  Each nominator must include her or his own name, address, and phone number. Only one candidate may be submitted by each nominator.  ' All entries must be received by Wednesday, July 24,1991.  IMPORTANT TRAFFIC NOTICE  The following is au important public service announcement from the Sea Cavalcade Committee. It is addressed to  all local resident., and businesses, the (iihsons Volunteer Fire  Department, the RCMP, B.C. Ambulance Service, and local  bus companies.  Highway 101 will he temporarily closed to all local trafflic  during the annual Sea Cavalcade parade.  This year's mute from Sunnycrest Mall to Dougall Park  will he closed Saturday from approximately 9am to Noon.  Provisions will Ik- made to accomodate emergency vehicles,  if necessary.  The Cavalcade Committee further requests that people in  attendance respect the efforts of the Gibsons Rugby Club to  ensure adequate safety and traffic control.  The first Sea  Cavalcade...  birth of a  notion  tyD-_t.l_k.m_n  Well, the Sea Cavalcade  kicked things off for the first  time in 19-8.  Frank Hay was a long, tall  Scotsman who wanted to have a  seven-day celebration, mil the  opinion was lhat our area could  not support a week, hut maybe  a weekend,  A loose group of Interested  citizens began meeting at tin-  old firehall - with ideas good  and bad We succeeded in  gelling representatives from all  groups and clubs in (iihsons  John Wilson, this year's  Grand Marshall (along with  wife Vi) came up wilh tlte  name. Seattle had "NcaF.ni",  Vancouver had Sea something  or other, so John suggested  "Cavalcade."- and we were  away!  Our first year was successful,  bul chaotic, We had a "Demo  Derby", water sports, horse  shows - we were trying for  something for everyone And it  worked after a fashion.  As a committee we decided  that if one group made money  and another lost, we would  share/cover expenses lust so no  one would lose. One of our  goals was lo provide a fun  weekend and profit did enter  the picture. Both goals were  met.  As I recall, our profit was  only one or two dollars' All ol  us on the committee paid for  our tickets at all functions. We  only gave two tickets away for  each year, and lhal was It) Ihe  Coast News for their fantastic  cooperation  Continued on page 19.  hy Stuart Burnside  Bowing lo public pressure,  Terminal Forest Products (TFP)  has decided not lo spray herbicide on 2. hectares of cut block  near the Skookumcluick  Narrows.  TFP had planned to spray the  herbicide Vision on 24 of ,.6.5  hectares of cut block under a  permit issued by the Ihe  Ministry of Forests, and then use  a "daubing" technique lo apply  .�����_i"hicide,to Ihe remaining 12.5"  hectares.  Instead, the company has  opted, with ihe approval of the  Ministry of Forests, lo use the  "daubing" method to kill brush  in the entire 36.5 hectare area.  By "daubing," or injecting the offending foliage with herbicide  on an individual tree hy tree basis, only selected trees die, and  Ihere is much less chance of the  herbicide creeping into nearby  streams.  On July 11 some -is people  packed the Egmont school  house to be addressed hy TFP  administrator John (lark, who  lold ihem of his company's  plans to aerial spray Ihe 36.5  hectares sometime in late  August or early September.  The public outcry at the  meeting was loud as area residents, anil denizens of the Coast  in general, demanded no spraying whatsoever.  "The application of herbicides is no longer an acceptable  (forest ) management tool in  (Inhabited) areas." said SCRD  Director Gordon Wilson at that  meeting. "We (the regional  hoartl) are opposed to aerial  application in any part of Ihe  SCRD."  According to Clark, the  'daubing' method for herbicide  application is approximately  $S(III a hectare more expensive  than the aerial spraying, hut the  Ministry of Forests has agreetl to  finance the less threatening  technique to alleviate some of  the tears expressed at the  Egmont meeting. The daubing'  method could mean an additional expense of $12.01)0, said  Clark  Ministry approval for the  more expensive technique was  necessary because Ihe Ministry  is footing the hill for the herbicide application.  TFP harvested the area in  1986 and 1987, prior to a decision to make logging companies  responsible for maintaining replanted timber blocks they have  harvested, effective October I,  1987. Therefore, paying for the  hush clearing of ihis particular  cut block (and others cut before  October I, 1987) is still under  Ihe stewardship of the Ministry  of Forests.  Crowston Lake "Heritage Site"  Parks Committee Chairman  Jeremy Frith unveiled a plan at  ihe recent Parks Committee  meeling which would designate  some I..8 hectares near  Crowston Lake as a "Heritage  Tree Site."  "It is (quite) accessible by car  and foot," Frith explained. "The  area is well worth consideration for park status."  In recommending that application for park status he made.  Frith noted the high recreational  value of Ihe Crowston Uke parcel which is presently part of  provincial Crown Lands  According to Frith, Forestry  District Manager Barry  Mountain.told him that "He  (Mountain) understands the  value of this stand "  The I..M hit tares in question  contain old growth as well as  one of the biggest trees on the  Sunshine Coast  TFP administrator  John Clark  John Clark acknowledged  that no maintenance had been  done on the cut block in question since it was replanted.  "We try to avoid using herbicides where possible." said  Clark, "bul the wel springs of  the last three years have made  the deciduous trees in the area  (maples) really lake off."  lie said Ihe deciduous trees  were taking over the area and  threatening the existence of the  Douglas fir, Cedar ami fir trees  established by TFP when the  area was originally replanted.  Clark also told the Coast  News thai there were some _S  hectares remaining on the herbicide spraying permit beyond  Ihe M<.5 already slotted, hut  saitl he didn't foresee having to  treat Ihem The Ministry of  Ftnesl permit has three years to  nm.  Dozens of venues, games, and events kept hundreds happy over the July 13th and 14th  weekend, as Halfmoon Bay held its highly entertaining Country Fair. Joel Johnstone photo iFEEDBACKi  QUESTION: WHAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES FOR YOU IN THE COMING PROVINCIAL ELECTION?  "One issue is Grace  McCarthy bringing the Social  Credit party back in line She's  the lady to bring ihe pafly and  province hack inlo line Also,  Victoria should lead the way  and solve the problems of its  own sewage ��� then it can start  solving other people's problems  "The environment It isn't  right that the pulp mills are still  getting away with a lol of Crap! I  have lo breathe the air - so do  my children Certainly health  care is a major, major concern  Hospital beds are closing and  nurses are not getting a good  deal (it's) getting dangerous to  go the hospital  the care is  Increasingly less available  "Education. Classes are  UK) big, there's ton heavy a  work load on the teachers. They  should he spending more on  education There's not enough  jobs, either And I don't like the  way government is handling the  logging situation In some  respect- I'm dissatisfied with a  lot of tilings'"  "I'd say the amount of  money we're paying out in taxes  (is the most imponant issue). I  mean, look at our paychecks!  I'd like to see us taking home  more - or spending it better.  Second, a little hit mure honesty  (among) politicians - the whole  Social Credit party. How can  they call themselves  'honourable'!1"  "I'd like to see someone  honest be elected - man.  woman, or beast! - to do the  best for B.C. Tlie integrity of the  individual politician is  paramount! Everything, such as  taxes, will follow."  "Less taxes - and don't  sell this country! They're selling  Ihis province (lo foreign  investors). Our kids won't be  ahle to own anything. And how  about keeping this country  together' It's a good country to  live in. And, oh yes. why not  (have) politicians pay their own  bills for entertainment?"  Chamber gets  go-ahead on  wharf study  by Stuart Burnside  Sechell Council has approved in principal, a Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce plan to  begin studying Ihe feasibility of  building a wharf lo extend out  into Trail Bay, which would  serve as a tourist attraction  "The Chamber is looking for  some expression ol approval to  proceed to investigate the feasibility of the pier." explained  Alderman Doug Reid He said  the Chamber of Commerce had  not ruled out the possibility of  the wharf going on SCRD or  Sechelt Indian Government  District land so a similar request  for preliminary approval to undertake the feasibility study had  been made of those bodies  Alderman Peggy Wagner  wanted assurance that approval  in principal didn't automatically  invoke further involvement on  the part of the District. "This  doesn't imply our approval for  Ihe overall project?" she wanled  to know, "arc we going to be  assured our staff Is nol going to  Ih- involved?"  "That is something that has  never come up," responded  Reid. "1 think they (the chamber) are going on iheir own. I  see no need to involve our staff  any further."  Alderman Reid, the person  responsible for encouraging the  Chamber to undertake Ihe  wharf Study, lold the Coasl  News of his vision for the proposed project.  "The idea is to have a pier  that is both attractive to the residents of Sechelt and lo the  tourist Industry," he said  Reid said his vision included  having small cruise ships lauding ai the pier "as the old  union steamships used to."  He noted that small cruising  vessels of 100 lo 300 passengers  were becoming popular and it  made sense from an economic  developmeni stand point to  Alderman Doug Reid  capitalize on the trend.  "I see ihis as a spur to the local tourist industry to further  develop," said Reid "First conies  the pier, then comes the ship,  then come the people, then  conies Ihe economic development."  Reid said the Chamber of  Commerce would he looking at  the overall feasibility of the project In order to proceed further  would require monetary input  from the taxpayers.  To that end, Reid noted that  the Chamber would also be  looking into the availability of  federal and provincial money  should ihe project proceed.    >,  "There has been money for.  such projects in the past," be  said, "although, it may not be  there now."  THE SOCIAL  CREDIT  LEADERSHIP  RAv/C  Second and  final ballot  results.  Johnston edges  out McCarthy  Premier Rita Johnston  was elected leader of the  Social Credit Party on the  second ballot at the Socred  leadership convention held  over the weekend in  Vancouver.  Willi 1847 of 1855 eligible  delegates voting on the first  ballot, party stalwart (.race  McCarthy led the five-  candidate pack with 659  votes. Ms. Johnston captured  652, while Mel Couvelier  garnered a respectable 331  votes. He was trailed hy  Jacobsou (169) and Crandall  (35).  On the second ballot  Johnston registered a  winning 9-1 votes to 881 for  McCarthy.  New life for Discovery project  A group of Gibsons businessmen are convinced they can  reactivate the faltering Discovery  project and get the vessel in the  waler some lime in 1992.  Don Hall, retired president of  Barber-Ellis Fine Papers, last  week told Regional Dislricl  Directors that the new group is  committed to using "a businesslike approach to gelling the  project back on the rails."  Members of the new group,  Discovery Administrative  Review Committee (DARC),  have a wide range of business  experience. Mike Clement has  been a director of die Maritime  History .Society; Claude Lavertu  Is manager of the Royal Dank,  Dick Thomas is president of the  Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce; Bill Gracey is a retired comptroller; Cordon  Toffan is a Public Consultation  Specialist and Bryan Judd is a retired NATO and naval officer.  DARC has been holding  meetings since March and has  concluded the Discovery project  is a valid one and has much  public support.  In line with the original  plans, they propose to build a  replica of Captain George-  Vancouver's 100 foot vessel  'Discovery' which charted much  of the Pacific Northwest in the  late 18th century.  "We find ourselves now at  the point where we need some  seed money to provide a proper  business plan," Hall lold  Directors DARC is asking the  Regional Dislricl to contribute  $10,000 towards the costs of  the business plan, and the  towns of (iihsons and Sechelt lo  contribute $5000 each.  Once the business plan is  complete, DARC would then  approach businesses and government for financing for the  project which Ihey estimate at  this point will lie in the range of  $2 million lo $3 million.  In preparing the business  plan DARC will be exploring  options for the operation of the  ship when it is completed. One  possibility would be the high  end cruise market which would  provide a week long sailing experience with luxury cabins and  fine food. Another would be for  tourists looking for an inexpensive day-sail with the crew  wearing period costumes.  The construction period  would give fledgling carpenters  training in ship building skills,  and later there would be an opportunity for young people to  learn sailing and navigation.  As a way to trim costs, the  new committee is suggesting  scrapping Ihe original plan for a  floating marine ways. "Ihe original plan was an excellent one  and showed a lol of vision," said  Hall 'Die feeling of our committee is lhal il was a hit grandiose  in terms of ils scope and it  needed focus.  "The marine ways was a very  expensive part of ihe project,  and the ship can lie built without thai There was no proofthe  ways was required hy the fishing and marine industry in the  area.  "We fell il was more important lo keep our focus on the  ship and training young people  in transferable carpentry skills  and those sorts of things, and  have it as a focal point of a  tourist attraction on Hie  Sunshine Coast.  "We're changing the plan in  subtle ways, but keeping it  pretty much the way it was originally envisioned. Hut we need a  first class business plan if we're  going to go after first class  money."  At ihe suggestion of Director  Jim Gurney, the Hoard referred  the matter to the Economic  Development Commission.  SCRD has problems with  Interfor 5-year plan  by Jan Michael Sherman  The SCRD has made public a  lengthy draft letter to  International Forest Products  Limited (Interfor) in which Ihe  regional government details its  official response lo die company's 5-year plan. The comments represent the outcome of  an all agency meeling held July  9, whose purpose was to review the plan.  Ihe letter was issued under  the signature of SCRD Planner  Sheane Reid, who appeared at  lasl Thursday's PUC meeting to  brief committee members.  Volunteers needed  for Sea Cavalcade  'Kid's Day*  The Sea Cavalcade "KIDS  DAY" is slated to take place  in Dougall Park Saturday  from Noon to 4pm and the  organizers have come up  with a wide variety of events  and attraction...  Kids Day will feature  stage entertainment, a pie-  eating contest, "Dunk Tank",  pony rides, puppet show,  roller blades, and clowns.  There will be a surf  simulator and the SPCA will  be on hand with an  exhibit.AND there will be  food! food! and more food!  The folk in charge of Kids  Day are still in need of a few  volunteers. If you or  someone you know Is  interested in helping out ,  please contact Paulette  Sheldon at 886-7848.  Reid's primary concern centres on a large number of  Crown Land blocks which  Interfor intends to harvest, but  about which, according to Reid,  "...there is still sufficient reason  to be concerned with the likelihood of potentially detrimental  impacts upon the community  water supply."  The worry is lhat harvesting  these blocks might impact on  the quantity and qualily of water from both (lupin.in and  Grey creeks, despite the fact that  site Inspections hy Ministry of  Forests, Ministry of  Environment, and SCRD staff  have been carried out in conjunction with Interior on a  number of the blocks in question.  "There will not be the necessary understanding of these watersheds to determine the role of  the various resource uses," declares Reid, "until Ihe IWMP  (Integrated Water Management  Plan) project has been completed."  Addressing the complexity of  this multi-use planning project  the letter highlights a number of  subject areas likely to be reviewed by the IWMP team.  They include management of  (stream) sediment and turbidity,  mapping and management of  "proteciivc vegetation buffer areas", emergency and disease response procedures, and public  access management into the watershed.  Given these serious considerations (among others) Reid  concludes, "It is felt thai there  simply is too much to risk for  all the resource users of the watershed ..."  Noting that the IWMP is to  he essentially completed by the  end of 1991, the SCRD recommends thai Interior defer activity  in all the blocks in question until they can be reviewed within  ihe context of the IWMP project.  Considering other aspects of  the forest company's five-year  plan, the SCRD had questions in  at least two other areas, block  .2.-20, 30, and .0 are within  the vicinity of SCRD watermains  (for the communily waler supply), and the draft declared that  site Inspection is required to ensure no negative impact on this  "essential community service."  Blocks 42.-40, the letter  noted, is in an area known to  have recreation trails up to  Chapman Creek. The SCRD is  calling for a close review due to  the high recreation value of the  lower section of the creek and  the proximity to park land and  other trail systems.  Concluded the letter, "It is  likely that the value of this  recreation asset out-weighs the  harvested value of the timber In  this small block."  The draft letter also lakes  note of an osprey nest, of which  the SCRD believes Interfor to already aware.  "This area must be secured,"  Ihe letter slates, adding that this  involves a perimeter of 100m  around die nest tree.  On not knowing navigation  Navigation is, or course, the  science (and/or art) of finding  your way from one place to another. Everybody does a certain  amount of navigation, kids coming back from school, etc. Over  vaster distances it becomes  . more complicated, I mean you  have to take the curve of the  earth into consideration and so  on.  The plain fact seems lo be  dial you get the hang of this stuff  or you tiiay not. There were  people in the navigation business with whom I came in contact, who never did get the hang  of it.  A case in point was a  sergeant navigator whose nickname was Pizza. Pizza was a  student of mine at his advanced  navigation school and I failed  him. It was a 'poor' course and I  failed a few others with him;  and gol called into the Chief  Instructors Office and told there  was a war on. I pointed out that  passing people who were going  to be actively dangerous to our  own side was nol going to be  helpful, and a higher level meeting took place. It was decided  to send out these fellows as  'Navigators Non-i\stro'.  Not long after, I joined a flying boat squadron in  Dartmouth, NS and found an  incident going on. A Navy  'Walrus' had disappeared while  doiog close searches around  Sable Island, out to sea to our  south. It had an RN pilot, but an  RCAF navigator. When I heard  his name i made the ridiculous  faux-pas of blurting out: 'Pizza!  Good God he was a student of  mine.'  litis got me Immediately and  gleefully attached to the RC/VF  side of an inquiry and nobody  IN A NUTSHELL  S. Nutter  wanted lo have anything to do  widi il. It was perfectly clear  thai the air force navigator was  to blame. The Walrus had been  picked up three days after going  missing, drifting in heavy seas  off Sidney, and the Lieutenant  Commander pilot and a completely demoralized Pizza had  been taken aboard a  minesweeper. Grimly the pilot  reported that he had followed  die courses as given and somehow or other they had com-,  pletely lost Sable Island. Clearly  he knew how absurd this was.  Pizza had also clearly been a  spectacular failure wilh the  'Steady boys steady1 element in  naval expectations. Tlie reputation of air navigation and air  force navigators could be at  stake, and it was early '42. A reliance of air and sea units upon  each other was a growing factor  on the Atlantic.  Going over Pizza's log and  chart was something I had done  many times before. As always  the printing was neat to die  point of being finicky, the lines  clear and true; the angles correct, the calculations correct  Pizza wasnt sloppy, and Pizza  wasn't lazy. The trouble wilh  Pizza was thai he was too often  wrung.  doing hack over weather  maps and the reports from a  couple of ships that had not  been too far away, it became  clear what had happened. A  From, narrow but strong, with  two layers of cloud covering sea  and upper air, and switching  the wind right 'round, had  passed rapidly through while  Pizza was immersed in his  meticulous plotting. Bul that,  alas, could in no way exonerate  our man.  I wasn't at die inquiry (we  had moved to Newfoundland)  but got word of it later. The  Wing Commander who put  what was all too clearly the 'Air  Force Brief was a lawyer in 'real  life'. Hie front was explained,  and described, and recognized  as something quite visible to die  naked eye and obvious to an Informed one. Pizza's case, such  as it was, was lost.  Then the Wing Commander  turned to the Lieutenant  Commander ��� How long had  he been flying with the Fleet /Ur  Arm? Did they take any navigation courses in this Servicer Any  courses in meteorology? If this  Front had been so visible as they  said, how come It wasn't visible  to him?  It did not excuse Pizza, but it  led to a general sort of saw-off  all round. Everyone was embarrassed and nobody wanted to  mention it again.  Navigation at sea and in Ihe  air today is mostly punch button, spot accurate and via satellite, but there remains a Moral  in this old tale boys and girls.  Keep Your Head Out Of The  Cockpit. Coast News, July 22, 1991  A sublime kind  of learning  It was a serious lesson in the  fundamentals of angling which I  would have had to intrude on  to avoid auditing.  Let's call the grizzled mentor  "Jim", the six year old fresh-faced  tyke in the scarlet floatation  jacket "Hubie."  They were anchored in a tiny  red row boat just off Cooper's  Green, their sunset-etched silhouette a transfixing vision of  innocent wonder and trans-generational poignancy.  Hubie and Jim sat facing  each other, hut only the hoy  was tending a line. Despite  speaking softly so as not to alert  dieir prey, Iheir conversation  easily carried to the rear of their  2 .-fathom classroom Which is  where I sal, adrift, irrevocably  hooked on the lesson.  "Why should I reel in if I  don't have a fish?" queried  Hubie, reeling in nonetheless.  Jim bent forward and slipped  ihe hoy's line over an oarlock  where il was about to become  snagged. "Time to check if your  herring has drowned," he confided. "Dien again he might  have been gobbled up."  Huhie ceased reeling, his  chubby cheeks reddening with  indignation. "Not by a fish! I  didn't feel a thing - and I've  been paying attention just like  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  you lold me."  His self-reproaching tone  elicited a barely-audible chuckle  from Jim, who gestured for  Hubie to continue hauling in his  line, but slowly.  "So long as your bait's in the  waler, you've got a chance,  Hub.."  Hut the hoy was still  struggling with the possibility  lhal he might have allowed his  herring to be stolen. Tlie old  man produced a candy bar,  unwrapped it slowly.  "Ever had anyone come up  real tippy-toe sneaky like and  pick your pocket without you  feeling il?"  Tlie boy brightened. He  reeled faster, the old man  gentling his action with a  knobby-knuckled hand. "But  Jim!", Hubie protested, "I need  to see if it's still there. It's going  to be dark soon. I don't want to  waste time!"  "Speeding yourself up won't  slow Time down, Hube old  man." Jim broke die candy bar  in two, handed half to Ihe boy.  "Anyhow, we can fish again tomorrow - anytime you say the  word."  "Bul I want to catch a fish  now - oh damn, look Jim!"  Materializing out of the twilight was the boy's sinker,  leader and hooks. The top half  of a herring dangled forlornly as  if aware and ashamed of its  sorry state liubie's stubby fingers made a tentative move towards the ragged chunk of  flesh, then recoiled. "You do it,  Jim", he implored.  The old man shook his head  and chewed his candy Then he  glanced at the fast mutating sky.  There were perhaps thirty minutes of usable light left. The boy,  following his gaze, understood  "Il's just crummy old dead  herring - it can't hurt me", he  muttered, taking his tackle in  hand and carefully separating  die half-herring from Ihe single  treble barb embedded in it.  Old Jim didn't move a mus  cle. He appeared disinterested,  but I felt his personal consciousness serenely enveloping  the child, lending an added  measure of subliminal stability  to Huhie's cenlcr.At that moment I would have given my left  ventricle to spend an hour or  two with old Jim Gurus, mentors, teachers, guides - call them  what you will - are where you  discover them and they rarely  conform to pre-cast physical  stercitypes.  Under the indirectly watchful  eye of Jim, Hubie captured a  wriggler from die bait pail and,  holding llerr Herring in his left  hand, did a creditable job of setting the two treble hooks. Jim  smiled, not with pride or approval, but with sheer appreciation. The boy congratulated  himself with a grin and quick  puff of his chest. He carefully  dropped his line back into the  darkening waters, trying to follow ii down with his eyes.  Sudden splashing drew away  pan of the boy's attention. He  peered inlo the hail pail.There's  still four left Jim," he said with  an edge of concern in his voice.  "Are we gonna sell Ihem back to  the bait place?"  Jim shook his head. "Gonna  put 'em hack in the ocean, give  them another lease on life." The  boy thought about this briefly,  then made a face. "But you paid  a lot of money for those herrings, Jim." He was silent for a  moment, losl in thought as the  tip of his line began to jerk.  "Hey, wc could keep them in  the pail for the night. Then we  could..." Hubie finally became  aware of the activity on his line  and made several frantic, ill-coordinated attempts to set die  hooks. He reeled in quickly,  only to find his hooks unoccupied by herring or any other  denizen of the deep. Hubie  looked reproachfully at Jim:  'Wily didn't you tell me I had a  fish?"  "You didn't have a fish,  Hube", the grizzled mariner said  softly. "You might have had a  fish, except you forgot lite first  lesson in fishing - and just about  anything else. What is it, son?  Heck, I lold you often enough "  Hubie hung suspended between tears and laughter. "If  you're fishing, fish Always only  one thing at a time."  Jim squinted at the sky.  "Could drown another herring if  you take your time. Hube.  Maybe that guy will come hack  for second helpings."  SI"**1  NATURES!  pathI  Cereal  $2.75 ea  ���Ml Prit.-s)  llltltlllt-        :  (,SI  5  ' A  wiYjy                          \  sT'-C-  i      VARIETY KB.  FOODS     1  The BIGGEST Li  me Store  | Gibsons Landing  886-2936  |  Council discusses lease with SCRD  by Stuart Burnside  The Sechelt Council Planning  Committee will look into asking  die SCRD to have die municipality of Sechelt's name added to  the foreshore lease that  presently gives the SCRD control  over the Davis Bay waterfront.  Alderman Bob Wilson,  speaking at last Wednesday's  Sechelt Council meeting, said  SCRD Chairman Peggy Connor  has indicated to him there  would be no objection from the  SCRD to including the District  of Sechelt as a co-signer of the  lease agreement.  Alderman Peggy Wagner  asked how the District of  Sechell could benefit by entering into the lease with the  SCRD.  "Basically, (to he included on  the lease) is the only way we  are going to get anything done  on the Davis Ray waterfront in  terms of a walkway or a retaining wall, or anything of that nature," Alderman Michael Shanks  responded. "We would have to  go in with the SCRD one way or  another."  Alderman Doug Reid recommended caution toward  signing the foreshore lease and  wanted assurance that, by involving the municipality in the  lease arrangement, the District  of Sechelt wouldn't he "getting  stuck" with unexpected costs. "I  think we should tread pretty  Continued on page 13.  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Toll Free 684-6924  Hwy 101 & Field Road, Wilson Creek mdl.7.2  885-5131  ���_-__-___ EDITORIAL ���OPINION  Editorial Board: Jim Davidson, Publisher;  Cathrine Fuller, Editor,  Jan Michael Sherman, Editor  Radical changes needed  I'll, vast majority tif llrilisli < iiliitnhiaiis art- limkini; ftirward  m tin- forthcoming provincial election, with anxious hope.  Soineihiiu: must he done to pull this province hack from the  In ink of disaster, and much of the electorate is .tuiiiiint; on a  new government to 'rescue us'.  Hut as long as the same old faces and Ihe same old parties are  our only options, we may as well face reality and accepl an  unpleasant future filled with fal cat politicians, prevarications  and government filled with democratic elitists who justify their  existence by posturing for the media, and bicker amongst themselves.  Our provincial debt continues to grow, while there are daily  revelations of misuse of government funds It is such a common  occurrence that an increasingly desperate apathy appears to he  consuming the IIC public, and outrage is only lleetingly  expressed, even by Ihe media  There is inadequate funding for proper forest management, in  spite of the government's acknowledgement that the forest  industry is vital lo DCs economy.  The cutbacks in education have reached a point where our  future leaders and voters are guaranteed to be failures in critical  analysis ihe literacy level in the province is rapidly dropping  and that suits the established politicians just fine, since their  performance!! cant compart to anything much more sophisticated than Han Simpson or Al Dundy  Tlie medical cutbacks have reached a crisis point, ami with  the transler payments trom the federal government frozen, the  situation can only deteriorate as the average age of the  population increases and the resultant demand on services is  thrown at a castrated health care system  Granted, it is easy to point lingers at tine political party as the  source oi our woes, but this election is loo critical to our  loilgterni future to maintain stances from habit and simply  Continue in our political war games Remember, not once has  the Mil' voted against increases in MLA. salaries, benefits,  pensions or expense accounts ihey wave it on through in the  sublime expectation that next time around they'll be slurping up  the gravy.  With all due respect to Gordon Wilson, ibe Liberal party does  mil have the ability to take over the government unless there is a  history making conversion of voters such as has never been seen  in this country. There is an additional problem of credibility,  given the federal party's record of fiscal self indulgence  This is it! hi this election, the people show they are angry  enough to either take over the governing of this province, or the  die is cast. Regardless of previous political associations, il is time  for every llrilisli Columbian to take a stand Demand a clean  sweep government, fiscal responsibility is nol a reality with any  of the current political parties- especially the Socreds,  It is individuals, not patties that must run, and be elected! It is  individuals who must make a committment to cut the linancial  fat away from the political establishment and put it back into  government programs wher it beltings  to date. Ihree candidates have announced their intentions lo  run in this area We call upon others to join the race: nurses,  teachers, legal aid lawyers.  We call on the already declared candidates 10 commit to  serving the people of this area, NOT (heir political parties or  cronies.  We urge the voters of this province to cast off their  depression and take control of Iheir future and their children's  future Vote for the individual, not the party and not the l*R firm  Ignore the polished smile and cultivated sincerity. If a  politician won't make a committmenl of substance, wrile him  or her off. Next election will be loo late.  A victory of sorts  Less than two weeks ago 'Terminal Forest Products fully  Intended to rain lterbicid.il death down upon a number of  hectares near Doriston. Hut after being confronted by concerned  citizens, the Terminal folk "caved In."  Instead of spraying the dangerously uuprtiveii (and just plain  dangerous) herbicide Vision, they would use a safer, hut costlier  technique, a form of daubing in which the herbicide is applied  in a tree-by-tree manual operation  If the company expected to be hailed as environmental  heroes, they should have understood thai the goal of many is  nothing less than a herbicide-free Sunshine Coast.  What Kong Class chemical weed whackers like Vision or  Round I lp do best is kill living things Completely disallowing  their use everywhere (including our own backyards) is long  overdue  The struggle to ban herbicides is not some transient hysteria.It  is a long-term effort by committed people who have concluded  that control of their environmental destinies must rest in their  hands, not in those of Ihe power and profit elite.  Doriston was a victory ol sons, bul a victory nonetheless.  NEWS ITEM: RITA JOHNSTON  ELECTED SOCRED LEADER  'i */\m  It's been mure than _() years  since I was lasl in Southern  Ontario, ami more than JO  since I visited it for a while on a  reasonably regular basis Folks,  Tin here to tell you lhat despite  all oi the aini-t tularin jokes that  we westerners so much enjoy,  ami in which I have participated  fully, this is one impressive  place  In ihe late ' .(Ts anil early (ill's  I made annual pilgrimages to  Stratford lor the Shakespearean  festival ami in the summer of  I Wit) I was motivated to make  weekly visits to ''Toronto Ihe  Good' as we Monlrealers then  disparaged Canada's other major city  Itoth the Stratford Festival  ami Toronto have grown into  robust maturity in .my absence  and despite local press lamentations about the government and  about the recession this seems  lo tlie travelling visitor to be a  richly diverse and pmspemus  legion  Like ihe other major sunimer  drama festival, Tlie Shaw  festival at Niagara on the Like,  the Statlortl now has grown in  length and in the number oi      j  plays being tillered, each cenlre  utilising three theatres and  draw ing hundreds oi thousands  of visitors to what li.nl been  small rural communities.  Hoth are located ill rich agricultural regions The Stratford  Festival in the midst nl some of  the most beuiihliil anil abundant  mixed fanning lauds that I have  ever seen, the Shaw Festival on  the Niagara Peninsula just  downriver front the famous  Palls, at die entrance of the  Ntagar River into Lake (tularin,  lies adjacent ot a frail growing  area which may well put the  okanagan in the shade.  The locals seem lo react to  the festivals with amused tolerance - but there is mi tlnubl that  the business comiiiiiniles of  A vagabonds  menu  MUSINGS  John Burnside  each tow n are keenly anil  pragmatically aware ol the  benisons that the associated  totirisi trade brings in  lly all accounts Toronto is a  ilighmare lor motorisetl trade,  with the freeways litl-years-old    ���  .111.1 the trallic grown fourfold in  the interim, but we avoided the  congest inn by doing our driving  al dawn  The city mice labelled  in derision Toronto the Good'  bitls lair lo deserve (he admiring  appellation Of Toronto the  Great these days The view of  the skyline from Centre Island is  nothing slum of breathtaking  and thai sprawling, verdant  sandbar in Toronto llarbuitr rivals Stanley Park lor its ambience and convenience of location  The major attractions are  comparatively clustered, An  hour and a halt's drive from any  of Ihe three mentioned takes  you to another  Nor does die list so far discussed exhaust the charms of  the area Highlights touched hy  ourselves include the charming  old town ni Flora, just iinnli of  Kitchener. Waterloo. Ihe im-  cnniparahle Niagara Falls still  astonish ..ll years alter first  viewing, and drama and music  festivals are everywhere in town  and country ihroiighoiit Ihe region  The festival of lllylh, of  which time precludes a first  hand knowledge, is a remarkable success story A hamlet of  ��tKI souls, ii plays host to a festival of Canadian plays annually  - five world premieres this year -  - ami it is highly regarded inside  and outside the theatrical profession and definitely on tlie  miii isi maps  Throughout the area there is  a rough hewn charm and sturdy  elegance lo the stone houses  thai delights lliere seems to be  an abundance of stately mansions and elaborate old edifices  ()ne of die theatres for the Shaw  Festival is comfortably boused,  for example, in the old Court  House which was. at Niagara  on the Lake, die site of the first  democratic assembly elected in  Canada  Again, we have been fortunate in people A charming lady  made US royally welcome in  Waterloo, (tularin ami we arrived at the Shaw Festival In find  that Ted Price is one of the actors. We worked with Ted as  our director a couple of limes  in Gibsons, the past few years,  in Crimes of the Heart a couple ol years back and more re-  ceitilv in The Diviner- He lias  come to the Shaw Festival  straight from directing Steel  Magnolias earlier litis year in  Gibsons Meeting him here was  a delightful surprise for us  Right now I am writing at  our collapsible table in the van,  my old dog Meg is enjoying the  shade in the yard of Ihe house  Ted is living in. and Ted and  Trail are whipping up a  Vagabond Spaghetti he is acting  tonight ami we are off lo another of the evening's plays  Inlo every life a little of the  prosaic is inevitable hut sometimes a vagabond's menu can be  of some interest.  Recently We cleared out our  pint-size refrigerator, eating up  the bits and pieces (In the  menu was some spicy Thai fond  left nver from a restaurant meal  in Lansing, Michigan: there was  a salad. Ihe ingredients of which  were purchased in Spring  Green, Wisconsin and reinforced with some delicious  ( beddar (.liecse (atrils. a local  delicacy from the dairy country  nl Wisconsin; there were a couple of boiled potatoes left river  from a Wisconsin Fish Hall  catered by the Ovens of Mt many '  on a hillside below an open-air,  bill top theatre in Spring Green -  - a hamlet also the home turf of  Frank Lloyd Wright; there was  delicious marinated asparagus  from Whin-fish. Montana; tile  salad dressing came from  (iihsons; from Thunder Hay.  Frances' Aunt Kay bad packaged  what she called her New York  Special for dessert - on the west  coast you might recognize il as  nanaimo liars; and we washed  these variegated delights down  Willi a decent modest bottle of  white wine from Yorkvillc.  Illinois With every iiioulhful a  memory!  In a couple of days we will  be in the province of Quebec,  my first lit nne in Canada almost  ill years ago Till then.  LETTERS  Try changing  shoes  Editor:  Re: Ms Vesta llraiuertls letter  referring to the void between  parents and teachers (Coast  News, July H )  "It is apparent that for some  reason, teachers (in many cases)  have assumed the role of  parenting Of course, Ihis has  Ik-cii achieved simply by achieving university degrees "  I really wonder if Ms.  Hramertl has any idea oi what is  happening in today's society  The majority of children in  schools, now come from single  parent, mixed families, or  extended families  Many of these parents work  in order to survive Sonic parents, regardless of whether they  work or not assume it is not  only the schools' (teachers') job  to educate their children but to  also act as babysitters, counsellors and yes, to even "parent"  lhc.se children whose actual biological parents have neither the  time or effort to do il them  selves  Wake up Ms. Hrainerd! Try  spending some time actually  working in a school with children, teachers, and suppnn staff  before yuu stan criticizing peoples' roles"  DonnaJohnson  Seciiclt, ik:  Please keep  Beachcombers  alive  Editor  In June uf this year I took a  vacation lo the only place left in  IIC that I have not seen and that  was the Sunshine Coast  ihe one Ihing 1 was looking  forward to seeing while in  Gibson's was Molly's Reach and  to see where the Beachcombers' was taped for so  many years  I was very disappointed  when 1 arrived lo sec that nothing was done to keep this part  of IIC's history alive. My kids  grew up with Nick, Relic,  Molly, Jessie and the whole  crew, as well I never missed the  show  I don'l see why something  can't be done to present' and  promote this gold mine for  these same kids to enjoy, as  well as all the others who  watched ihis show It cnnltln'l  have remained on tlie air for 19  years if someone wasn't watching. I am run trying to cause a  problem I would just like to see  Gibson's keep the Beachcombers' alive As well, this  could help the people of  Gibsons themselves in many  ways  Peggy barn  A real life hero  Editor  Imagine a lovely young lady  visiting a foreign country for the  first lime enjoying the beauty  and warm hospitality of the local citizens On the day she is to  depart, while loading the car al  six o'clock in the morning, one  of her suitcases is stolen from  the driveway while she goes inside die house.  This is not a fictional inci  dent, hut unfortunately, it happened to my niece visiting us  this pasl week Vou might expect such a scene in Chicago  where she lives; but here in our  decent 'and wholesome community of Gibsons?  And now for the rest of the  story....Early Sunday morning I  received an unusual call from a  local RCMP officer He explained that a certain suitcase  was left Oil the steps of the police station and that II apparently belonged to none oilier  than my niece! From the II) tag  they traced il via calls to tlte U.S.  and eventually back to us We  were indeed thrilled, especially  since the contents of ihe bag  were relumed as well.  In these limes when we are  bombarded with negative and  discouraging news, it is reward  ing to re|xirt some positive, uplifting news  Whoever returned the bag is  a real "Prince or Princess" of  honesty. I hope ii was the person who swiped il (perhaps  ihey had a change of heart after  finding several Bible study  books among die contents!)  Like the story of Robin Hood  this one had a happy ending  and it does help lo know there  are still many decent and honourable citizens in the realm.  Alnng with my niece we are  grateful to the honest citizen  and the excellent service of our  RCMP I am sure thai my niece  has had her faith in Ibe citizens  of our nation and community  restored,  II.*:. Mclvor  Serve the needs of  the children  Editor:  I appreciate the lime the fine  older navy veteran gave lo  discuss issues of peace wilh me  while my children and I raised  awareness al Ihe Sechelt Boat  Ramp as a (I.S navy vessel  anchored in Trail Bay recently.  It is important thai the fences  between "activists" and the  "military" come down. It is  obvious that most men and  women in the armed forces are  as sincere in serving their  country and people as we are.  My challenge is for us all to  look at how we can besl serve  ihe planet at present. With two  to three species of animals and  plants becoming extinct each  day. a growing hole in the  ozone, 6(10 burning oil wells  and .0,000 children dying of  Starvation each day, ii seems  absolutely ludicrous to continue  promoting destructive military  technology,  The Gulf War created the  biggest environmental disaster  in history Meanwhile, in our  own backyard the salmon  stocks are dwindling and we  lose fisheries Ihrough pollution  Yel we continue to spend huge  sums on an underwater  weapons testing range for  nuclear submarines in die Strait  of Georgia.  I believe there is work to  convert the military into an  Environmeni.il Security Corps.  Ultimately Ihe security of the  planet's future lies in collective  earing and responsibility for the  earth, its forests, animals, water,  people and air.  These men and women  More Letters on page 5.  const  Tht Sunthirw Com. Ntwi is locally owned  and pub-shed on trie Sunshine Const. 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Sherman, m  Photographer  Mtrkttlng MnoMr  Joel Johnstone  Mary Rogers  _ Photog-ap-trt  WSt Banting, George Cooper,  Janice letahtcn, Ruth  Forrester. _a.rar_e SoW,  A_.tr-.ln_  John Gilbert. Denise  Dixit Percy, Margaret Walt.  <C��E_>  _on._-.nt_  Sherman, Bill Rogers  Jacalyn Vincent. Joyce  Production  Jan Schuks. Jackie  Ostry. Marguerite. Harry  Turner. Mark Benson, John  Prtelan. Ella W arnar.  Bill Rogers  Ratntr  .-. ��� ��..--  ��� Coas: News, July 22,1991  LETTERS  could be trained to deal with oil  spills, natural disasters such as  earthquakes, forest fires, and  monitoring pollutors and  driftnet fishing in our territorial  waters. This would be a service  to die future.  I ask that the older  generation look at die very real  needs of children growing op  on an endangered planet and  help us all move into a secure  future.  Denise Birklein Lagasse  Looking for  alternatives  Editor:  The following information  has also been provided to Ms.  Sue Besso whose letter you published on June 17. She rightly  notes our billing envelopes are  hard to recycle because of their  plastic window cover.  Unfortunately we are unable  to simply remove the window  cover Ik-cause of a need for confidentiality and because of the  high volume of envelopes we  stuff every day. Our hill-inserting  machine stuffs 40,000 envelopes in an eight hour period  and has difficulty handling envelopes with uncovered windows.  There is another possible solution, however. We are currently searching for a manufacturer that can provide us with  envelopes constructed with recyclable, clear window covers.  A manufacturer's ability to provide us with such a product will  be an important consideration  next time we go to tender for an  envelope supplier.  Like Ms. Besso, we hope to  have recyclable envelopes soon.  PH. McMullan  Opposition letters  Voices unite in  opposition  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  Joho Clark,  Terminal Forest Products,  12180 Mitchell Rd.,  Richmond, BC.  Last January we, the residents  of Roberts Creek oo the Sechelt  Peniosola, made it clear we did  not want herbicides used in our  forests We still mean NO!!  I intend to join my voice  with those of the residents of  Egmont in opposition to the  intended aerial spraying of the  Doristan area this summer.  We mean to put a stop to this  method of "forest maintenance"  now!  S. Quinn  A warning from  the opposition  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  John Clark  Terminal Forest Products  12180 Mitchell Rd.,  Richmond, BC  Last year, we as the com-  SALE  SALE  SALE  on now at  munlty of Roberts Creek opposed herbicide spraying. We  don't want any chemical spraying anywhere on die Sunshine  Coast. We don't want you or  anybody else doing any  chemical spraying  After all the information that  is out there which has educated  us. (or rather some of us), on  how we are harming our  environment, you continue to  destroy it.  We strongly oppose chemical  spraying and if you insist, then  you better be ready for a massive reslstence.  A. Kanji  Toxic overload  threatens health  Editor's note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  John Clark,  Terminal Forest Products,  12180 Mitchell Rd.,  Richmond, BC  As an individual Involved in  the field of healing I am appealing to you most stroogly to reconsider yoor on-going use of  pesticides in forest management,  particularly "Visioo", because of  the serious threat of these substances to human health.  At diis time there can be no  doubt about the role played by  accumulated toxic material In  the human body. It is a well established fact that toxic debris  in a person's body creates, both  directly and indirectly, a host  environment for destructive  bacteria. Once toxic waste in a  person's body exceeds diat individual's capacity to detoxify,  disease and mutation ensue.  Already many individuals in  our society are in a debilitated  condition from the toxic overload in our food, water and air.  This is clearly evidenced by the  soaring occurrence of immune-  malfunction diseases such as ME  (Myelitis Encephalitis), EBV  (Epstein flarr virus), and AIDS  and the rising cancer, heart and  other chronic illness statistics.  The very young and die very old  ''___aW&_r*l   pi*��rfiSagm  Mariners' -y_,  TAKE-OUT  British-style  FISH & CHIPS  ��� �� �� 12 ��� 7pm ������  886-9566  Marine Drive, Qibsons  (next to Mariners' Restaurant)  SAAN  SUNNY CREST SHOPPING CENTRE, GIBSON  AVALCADE  SATURDAY JULY 27 -10:00 A.M. TO 4 P.M.  Safe m^afSffM money!  AGENDIS COMPANY  have always been most susceptible to toxins because of their  immature or fragile immune systems.  We of the Northern  Hemisphere look in horror at  the cholera epidemics in South  America resulting from improper sewage treatment. We  fail, however, lo recognize our  responsibility for contaminating  our own water and soil systems.  Pure waler is an essential element of perfect health. Anything  less than that will increase the  body's susceptibility to infection  and cause or accelerate disease  I therefore urge Terminal  Forest Products most strongly to  recognize your role in affecting  public health. Consider the Implications on all members of  society. "Vision" may indeed be  Ihe proverbial "straw that breaks  the camel's back" for some in  fants, small children, elderly  and those already with health  problems.  In light of all of the above,  please acknowledge the clearly  expressed wishes of concerned  Sunshine Coast residents, by  completely discontinuing the  use of "Vision" and odier pesticides in our area.  Amerval du Planty  More opposition  Editor's note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  John Clark,  Terminal Forest Products  12180 Mitchell Road  Richmond, BC  I have recently been informed that your company intends to spray herbicides in the  Egmont area, despite the fact  dial there is much community  feeling against it both in Egmont  and the entire Sunshine Coast.  At a public meeting last  October where 40 groups were  represented, the people of the  Sunshine Coast said a firm "No,"  to further spraying We still  mean what wc said dien, and  we demand that your company  listen to us.  Ann Miles, Gemma  Vandermeer, Elizabeth F.  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I.U9  Our Own Frtth Baked  Raisln/Fru't __|       AA  bread i. _.. 1.09  Fresh Baked  Blueberry & Bran A      M A  muffins ��. ��.49 NOTICE ON PAGE 1  iinvniT Y  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886-2622  fROBERTS CREEK:  A huckleberry  anniversary  ��____�� itt|Ww,IIMMi  The corn is short for this  time of year, the cucumbers  have mil quite shown their  robustness and the basil sighs  anil says she's still tttliiii; a hit  punk Hut Ibis time even- year a  bumper crop til scrumptious  huckleberries appears without  me having to pull tine weed or  holse tine load til compost.  Recenl rains plumped ihem up  in their juiciest and tin slugs or  wuod bugs threatened As I was  thoughtfully praising ihe  wondrous huckleberry and  savouring huckleberry pie, I  remembered writing about this  a year ago The huckleberry  brings me to my column writing  anniversary.  CREEK DAZE  There's aboul lour weeks  until Roberls Creek Daze on  Saturday. August 17, so the  Daze committee will he meeling  weekly oil Thursdays at ?:..(>  pm at Cliff Gilker I'ark, rain or  shine The committee is  working tin a schedule tif volunteers II you'd like in do a  vliift during the hig event, look  fur a sign up viliciluling sheet at  the Rtilierts (reek General Store  sot in or come io a meeting.  Also, a request goes nut from  the Date committee for  contractors' or roofers' tarns to  use during Creek Daze, Contact  Yvonne (886-3606) ur Randi  (886-932.) if you have tine you  can lend Phone Ed (886-497I)  for n booth or Peter (886-2S-.)  if you'd like to entertain,  1IIIRARV NOTES  A greal mix tif new hunks  were added to the library in  June for your summer reading  pleasure Sci-fi fans will  appreciate Ihe Mallorean and  llelgariad series hy David  filling There are whodunits hy  Anthony Price, Elizabeth  t-cnrgc. and Ellis Peters. For the  general reader, we have Jeffrey  Archer's latest. As the Crow  Flies Busy gardeners will  appreciate a guide to  composting, Let it Rot. There  are some interesting RCMP  memories in The Way It Was.  If you are contemplating the B &  B business, don't miss So You  Want to be an Inn-Keeper.  All these and more, so see you  at the library.  IGEORGE IN GIBSONSi  A ducky visit  O&ippy O&irihdcTp G*��^.'  /  "Ha\  i, ***  MS*  \A  19  9**h.]i  PITCH  f w  11'B. PRICE SALE    M/b |U  CONTINUES Ww\ Ltfc  FASHIONS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2916 V/MC/AM EXP  STORE HOURS  Mon -S.it 9:30-5:30  -_ ���_���_. Uamm  Though we walked warily  alongside the hobby farmer  among his ducks and geese, die  eerie penetrating try loosed on ���  ihe silence startled us "That's  the whooper. the goose from  northern Europe."  Remembering stories of domestic geese that threaten  strangers and ait more ferocious, than a guard dog, we  were relieved to cross a curved  wooden bridge to get out of its  territory.  Dave Rempel. former teacher  and principal in (iihsons  Elementary in the mld-1970's,  and now. with a doctorate in  education, principal of Mount  Crescent Elementary in llaney,  lives on a wooded acreage at  ���he end of a quiet road in  Wiitinntick with wife Sharon.  With his year old daughter  Jaquelyn in his arms. Dave was  conducting us around the more  than half dozen ponds lhat he  has made for his waterfowl on  his spring-fed stream, "Been  flowing for tlie last SI) years", to  see snow, barnacle, and har-  head geese, and the Cackling  which is the smallest of ihe  Canada's scarcely bigger than a  mallard, Swans too: royal mute  and the black Australian; several species of duck, and at the  end of our lour proud peacocks  both white and India blue, two  drab ponderous emus, too.  "Lots of work yet to do." said  Dave eyeing a pile of rocks.  SAVE  gO%2S  All In-Stock  Kitchen  &  Bathroom Accessories  Slock Liquidation Sale  Come In  And See Our Fine Selection Of  0 Bathroom  Towels, Vanity Sets, Soaps,  Oils, Curtains, Rings & Bars  0 Kitchen  Utensils, Pots, Pans, Glasses,  Bowls, Canisters  Much Much Mor  "Have lo line the rest of the  ponds - the swans, for one, dig  inlo ihe hanks and undermine  them sometimes bringing down  a iree"  At one pond he said, "A family of mink got established behind the rocks lining it and did  away witli a half dozen of my  birds Have that problem resolved now. I think."  We noted that ii was molting  time and enough feathers scattered about to supply a half  dozen or more fly-tying enthusiasts.  Always energetically busy  with school projects as well,  Dave Rempel i.s already planning a second student excursion  to the USSR for this next spring  break He said he first got the  idea when he accompanied his  mother on a trip to the USSR to  visit relatives. Dave look the  opportunity to visit a school  there and the plan for an inter  school visit of students soon materialized.  "School facilities in the USSR  seem to be something like ours  were in the I9_0's - crude and  crowded.  "When the Russians visited as  the other year, they marvelled  mostly at the non-existence of  queues at the stores and die pro-  Taking a break from a little early morning play at Cliff  (Hiker Park, these two youngsters are just some of many  taking advantage of playcare day programs being offered  throughout the summer at parks up and down the Coast.  Joel Johnstone photo  fusion of goods."  CRAFT FAIR  Tlie Fourth Annual Sunshine  Coast Craft Fair in Hackett I'ark  will provide entertainment,  food booths, and all kinds of  crafts to purchase for gifts and  for your own home. That's on  July 27 and 28.  More than .S booths will  IH0RSESH0E BAY NEWS  "Cha-hai" news  Native Indians from the area  called it "Cha-hai" meaning "a  low sizzling noise" made by the  small fish found along the  evening shoreline. We know it  lietter as Horseshoe Bay and this  is your column for community  events. Let me know if you are  planning a special happening in  the area. Drop a line to 6705  Nelson Avenue, West  Vancouver, BC, V7W 2B2.  FAREWELL S WELCOME  First and foremost, I am sure  the residential and business  community would like to bid a  fond farewell to Brian Blatta,  owner and operator of the Jay  Cee Shop for more than 20  years, whose salutations were  always full of smiles and well  wishing. Good luck to him.  This change of lease now  gives us the opportunity to enjoy a daily browse at the new  resident, the Spirit Gallery.  Proprietor Michael Robbins  handles only native merchandise or works with native images. This is bis first gallery, and  a dream come true says  Robbins. Well wishes and welcome to the Bay.  CONCERTS BV THE SEA  The waterfront plaza and  park have been hopping the last  couple of Sunday's due to the  addition of 'Concerts by the  Sea', a West Vancouver Parks  and Recreation Department  sponsored event. Folk from all  over have been showing up  with picnic basket and blanket,  not to mention a swimsuit for  ihe kids, to enjoy the talents of  local musicians. Why not join  the fun this Sunday at 1:30 pm  when Ihe Human Interface Band  will be jazzing it up?  GARDEN PARTY  No reason lo wait until the  weekend lo have a hit of family  fun Take this as your formal invitation to the Family Garden  Fatly this Thursday at die Eagle  Harbour Cenlre, 5S75 Marine  Drive.  Drop by after work for some  old fashioned fun. It runs from  6 lo H pm. The cost is $4 per  person (any age), and includes  a barbecue, desserts and activities for the kids, one of which is  making ice cream sundaes' And  to keep your lues tapping, the  display weaving, wood-turning,  pottery, raku, quilting, fine jewellery, clothing, beadwork  cross-stitch, and papier mache.  A children's tent will feature  entertainer Stan Still, clowns,  and face painting artists  Times each day are from 10  am to 4 pm. For information  call 886-486.,.  Expo '86 International Open  Jazz Music Award winner, the  Summer Jazz Band, will he performing. Don't miss it.  KARATE ANYONE?  On a final note, Arone  Chilton, owner and operator of  Crystal Serendipity, would like  to get some feedback on  whether die community would  lie interested in Karate classes.  He is interested in offering a  combination class for children  and parents, as well as adult instruction. For more information  please phone 921-9122.  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Materials such as ceramics, porcelain,  pottery, lead crystal, light bulbs, automobile headlamps,  mirror or window glass when broken into a load of  container glass, cannot be removed. These materials do  not melt as container glass does and may lead to  inclusions in the glass, creating a fragile container at risk  of blowing up under pressure.  Consumers Glass in Lavington, B.C. will dump all  300 tonnes of molten glass in its furnace if  contamination is found, rather than take the chance of  manufacturing dangerous containers.  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  O  y,   _.  .   .   ������ - ��� v  '   '   -���- -��� ���-...--. ,..,,-.      ���.,.--���-���    .--���    - .        ...   .     ���'--_'��#����-_'  -JV- IHARBOUR WATCH  IGOLDEN LIFELINES!  Rock-v<kk] lodges peaceful atmosphere i.s being accentuated  with ra-bcrry, strawberry tea and shortcake.  ' Rose Nicholson photo  HMS IT -III  .__�����_��  ^  Put). 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The piano will make it's  home in the music school and  be used for concert performing,  for the community to truly  enjoy! Tlie first to play the piano  will be Larry Valmcstad on  August 16 in an evening  pcrform-m-c. Congratulations to  rentier harbour and to the  Society!  ART CI ASSES  A real threat lo lake advantage of this summer is art  classes beginning July 16 going  ihrough unlit the last week in  August. I-inting in the park will  he available to three to eight  year olds on Fridays from i to  .:30 pm. More structured  classes for ages nine and up will  he held on Tuesdays and  Thursdays from 6:30 lo 9 pm  and Saturdays from 3 to 5:30  pm. These classes will cover Just  about everything in art and all  materials will be provided.  The registration fee is $30  per child and forms are  available al the Oak Tree Market  and Reflections in Madiera i'ark.  Classes will be at the  Serendipity  school  and  all  IEGM0NT NEWS  parents are welcome lo attend.  Drop in's are also welcome,  only for the painting in the  park. If you would like any  further information please  contact Tricia Thompson at 883-  9.08.  SPCAT/VBIE  Always a very special cause,  Ihe SPCA will set up a table this  year at the swap meet in  Madeira I'ark on August 10  with various items. Donations  are needed for baked goods,  small household Items for the  mini sale. I you would like to  give any financial contributions  instead of baked goods, please  feel free to do so. All is very  appreciated! You may call Bea  Hallbert at 883-2228,  concerning drop off location  and time.  AS THE TIDE CHANGES  Swimming lessons are still  available at Katherine Lake for  your youngsters if you would  like to phone Marie at 883-21.2  lo register.  Decorating huffs a trick ol  the trade font many painters is  to place a dab of the colour ol  paint you are using, along with  the name and colour number  under the light switches in the  room. Ihis is so it at a later date  you want to use the same  colour you will have the  information on hand as close as  a light switch away.  For those of you wondering  if anyone is catching any fish,  well they are. Springs and a few  Coho are being caught. Some of  the hot spots are; Cory Bay, The  Pilings, Anderson Bay. Good  Luck!  Until next week - Ik- good to  yourself.  -V Ammnmmy  The problem facing most  homeowners when they decide  to replace a roof is not so much  the dilemma over what roofing  material lo choose, bul where  to find an experienced roofer  who knows what he is doing.  John Wells of Vancouver says  that "roofing" is a huge, multimillion-dollar industry and il is  unregulated and notorious for  fly-by-night companies that dash  out 30-year guarantees, even  when they are unlikely to be  still in business five years down  the road.  One often-quoted statistic in  Ihe roofing trade is that a rool  represents 20 percent of the  over-all building envelope, covers 100 percent of the contents,  represents between eight and 10  percent of total construction  cost, and accounts for more  than 60 percent of all building  litigations, relates Mr Wells  The consumer musl do his  homework For instance, If  Ihere is a leak, Ihis doesn't always mean the entire roof needs  to lie replaced. We're advised lo  look for cedar shakes thai are  rolling and breaking down and  asphalt shingles that are brittle  or curling. Leaks often occur  near the flashing on the chimney and on newly installed sky  lights  Tlie BC building code, which  i.s based on tlie national code,  sets down general minimum  standards for roofing and does  not require a mandatory inspection. Generally, re-roofing projects are not professionally inspected.  EVENTS  On Saturday, July 20, many  people stopped by the Hall on  Mermaid to view and buy a  treasure or two from the garage  sale.  We thank all those who took  off their gardening gloves and  attended the general meeting on  July 18 at 1:30 pm There will  be another general meeting on  Thursday, August 15, the same  day as the picnic.  We musl lhank all those individuals who worked so hard  at concessions during the auction on July 13.  Il's been decided to continue  crafts and pom-poms, on  Thursday mornings at 9:30 am.  See you then!  Better than TV  Ah, Egmont, home of the  extraordinary ordinary. I love  the way things happen here in a  very low-key manner and we  innocent bystanders get to bear  witness to these pssing scenes  and accept them as part of the  day.  This morning 1 was sitting  out on the deck, watching my  beloveds' bubbles of life burble  and pop on the surface of the  waier while he toiled with an  anchor line 40 feet below. That, I  in itself, has a hint of the  unusual to it but then 1 looked  out over the horizon and saw  the new BC Ferry Queen of  Capilano, out meandering  around in Jervis Inlet and  lltiili.im Sound instead of  making its usual B-line between  Nelson and Captain Islands and  sraighl on lo Saltcry Hay; just  testing her out, I guess.  Then there was ihe submarine that was around for a  few days, alternating between  being tested out in ihe depths of  llolham Sound and being  towed around on a barge: or  the military jets lhat whip a  supersonic line up and down  the Inlet in about the same  amount of time it takes to read  about il; or even the killer  whales cavorting by on a visit  after all these years.  All of these ations really jusl  involve people and animals  going about their day doing  what Ihey do and because we  happen lo live on the Mage  where the actions are played  out, in our own small way, we  get lo experience the, loo. It's  better lhan TV and greal for  conversation.  HERBICIDE MEETING  Speaking of conversation, the  meeting al the Egnioitl school  last week concerning the  herbicide use in Doriston was,  In my opinion, a step in the  right direclon. First of all, it was  a coup just to Ik- able to gel an  official from a forest company  to attend the meeting, let alone  being ahle in hurl our unhappy  feelings about herbicides  directly at him for a couple of  hours.  Now John Clark can go back  and tell his superiors, the  Ministry of Forests, in this case,  and tell them exactly how we  feel, thereby putting Ihe hoi  polatoe in their lap which is  exactly where it belongs.  The ministry is the agency  thai sets the policies for foreslry  practices and, as representatives  of the people, they should be  listening to what we are saying.  What I want to know is, why  wan't someone from that office  present?  SEAFOOD DINNERS  My apologies to the Egmont  Lions for not helping to spread  the word about the last couple  of Seafood Dinners at the  Egmont Hall. Not that they need  the extra advenising, as these  dinners seem to be as popular  as cake at a birthday party but it  wis only a combination of  Murphy'. Law and a comedy of  errors which prevented me  from giving advance notice of  Uiem.  I hope Saturday's dinner was  as successful as always.  DOGFISH DERBY  Anyway, I can tell you in  advance that the Egmont Lions  are holding a Dogfish Derby  I-.ginning Saluday, August 10 at  7 am Ihrough until Sunday,  August II at 6 pm.  The entry fee is $5 and the  weigh-in station is al the Egmont  Marina. There are cash prizes so  get out your tackle, and your  fishing licences, and may the  best angler win.  Open Dally 1-4  NORTH OAKS  767 North Road  Gibsons, B.C.  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July 22, 1991  ISECHELT SCENARIO  I hope you're not going away  this coming weekend - July 27  and 28 - because that's the date  of the Fourth aViiniul Craft Fair  in Sechelt. It will be held in  Hackett Park. Graham Walker,  multi-talented children's entertainer, will be a feature of the  fair. Also participating will be  well known local potters Elaine  Futterman, Alan Grout and  Mary Glen Charles. This is just  to mention a few of the talented  Five year old Emlllo  Barri-ntos of Bolivia, shown  in photo held by staff member, now has the staff and  kids of Teddy Bear Daycare  In Davis Bay as his extended  foster family.thanks to the  Foster Parents Plan of  Canada.  Joel Johnstone 0I10I0  GIBSONS BRIEFS  Requests for use of parks in Gibsons, by community groups, has  Alderman Walter Bradshaw concerned abo.it liability. Bradshaw  raised the question of user groups being required to purchase liability insurance before receiving council approval. Alderman John  McNevin expressed concern that the cost may prohibit non-profit  groups from using the facilities Council agreed to seek advice from  their lawyers.  OCP RMHV  The official community plan review committee is almost ready to  go to first draft. In discussing the committee's progress, committee  chairman Margaret Morrislon suggested council may receive a copy  of the first draft as early as the end of August.  SECHELT BRIEFS  Sechelt Council passed its burning by-law at last Wednesday's  council meeting making it illegal to burn any "toxic substances'  within the municipality.  The bylaw empowers the by-law officer to enter the property or  premises of any one he suspect might be burning toxic materials and  extinguish the fire in any way he deems necessary.  The municipality of Sechelt will no longer be issuing fire burning  permits from the municipal hall. According to Acting Administrator  Art Lew. the District has been issuing the permits as a courtesy to the  Volunteer fire department but that the fire department would be re-  umi-n fhf�� rrttssse  people attending.  FESTIVAL OF THE WRITTEN  ARTS  The Ninth Annual Festival of  the Written Arts is fast approaching. With the slew of  well-known authors coming  you'd better get your tickets before it's to late. Also, I ihink the  festival people are looking for  volunteers to help with this gigantic undertaking, so if you'd  like to help out, give them a call  at 885-96.. I. Tickets for the festival may be obtained from the  Festival's booth just in front of  Rockwood Centre. But hurry!  FOR DAVIS BAY  I was upset to hear that  Lauralee is under the weather  just now. She knows that all  our prayers are wilh her at this  time. I will do my best to tell  you about the happenings of interest in Davis Bay as Lauralee  did with such aplomb and assurance.  KIRKLAND CENTRE  Everyone seemed lo enjoy  the slides that Ed Cuylits was  kind enought ot show of  Mexico of 25 years ago.  Alanna Wood, who is also  the cook at Kirkland, displayed  her talent at recycled art for the  residents. Sometime in the future Alanna is going to show the  group how to make paper.  Sounds interesting, doesn't It?  Kirkland boasts many talented poets, and would-be poets  so at prc-detennined times these  people are urged to bring their  favourite poem to a pre-lun-  cheon meeting and share it with  the group. They may or may not  have written that particular  poem - it doesn't matter, all that  matters is that they enjoy it.  Everyone is looking forward  to the annual picnic which is  held in August and will take  place at Porpoise Bay.  SECHELT LIBRARY  Some new books just in at  the library include: Mamista by  Ken Deighton, The Kitchen of  the God's Wife by Amy Tan,  The Wheel of Time Trilogy  by Robert Jordan, volume I:  Trie Eye of the World, volume  2: The Great Hung, Smoking  Salmon and Trout by Jack  Whelan, The Dreaming by  Barbara Wood.  I would appreciate it if you  would contact me if you have  something you would like to  see in this column. People tell  me I'm a hard person to get a  hold of, but honestly, I'm at  home most evenings after 7 pm.  My number is 885-3364 at  home, or you can reach me In  the afternoons at work at 885-  4.64.1 look forward to hearing  from you.  (Htfe (Eorporation of Ufc  ItHtrfct of j-focfrelt  P.O. Box 128. 5545 Met Avenue, Sech-fl, B.C. VON 3A0        Telephone; (604)885-1986      Fax: (804)685-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Regular District of Sechelt Council Meetings are held the first and  third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm, SCRD Board Room  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Plireillllll In Si .Huns 956 mid 957 of llio Municipal Ai;l. ,i I'uhlii  Homing will Iw held in llio Greenecourt Community Hall,  S7I7 Medusa Street, Sechell, B.C. on Thursday, August  8th, 1991 at 7:30 p.m.. In consider zoning Amendment 1-1,1-  Nn. 25.31 anil /lining Aiiii'iiilinrnl Bjllitt No. 25-32. Al the Hearing  nil persons who doom Iholr Inlorosi in properly m lie affoclod In liio  proposed Inlaws shall he afforded mi np|Mirinnii\ lo bo hoard on  mailers contained in ihoso Bylaws.  I The purpose nl Zoning Amondinonl Bylaw No. 25-31 is threefold.  t. Thai ihe following properties, mora partlcnliirt) showii on Hie  aixornpanying map which forms pari of Uie bylaw, bo rt_on��l from  Residential 1 (R-1) lo Residential 3 (R-3):  D.L. 6082, except Plan 1.3644. (imiip I, N.W.D.;  Lol I, D.L. 7148, Plan 12047. Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol 2. D.L. 7148, Plan 12047, Group I, N.W.D.;  Lilt .3, D.L. 7148. Plan 12047. Group I. N.W.D.;  Lol 5, D.L., 7148 Plan 12047, Group I. N.W.D.;  Lol 6, D.L. 7148. plan 12047. Group!, N.W.D.;  Lol 7. D.L. 7148. Plan 12047. Group I. N.W.D.;  Lol 8. D.L. 7148, Plan 12047 Groiipl. N.W.D.;  Lol 9. D.L. 7148, Plan 12047. Groiipl, N.W.D.;  Lol "A". Block 10. D.L. 7148. Plan 16456. Groiipl. N.W.D.;  Lol "B", Block 10, D.L. 7148. Plan 16456. Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol "C", Block 10, D.L. 7148. Plan 16456. Group 1, N.W.D.;  Lol 11, DL. 7148, Plan 12047, Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol 12, D.L. 7148. Plan 12047. Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol 13, D.L. 7148, Plan 12047, Group I. N.W.D.;  Lol 14, D.L. 7148, Plan 12047. Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol 15, D.L. 7148, Plan 12047, Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol 18, D.L. 7148, Plan 12047. Group I. N.W.D.;  Lol If), D.L. 7148. Plan 12047. Group I. N.W.D.;  Lo! "A", D.L. 7148. Plan 21432. Group I, N.W.D.;  Lol "B", D.L. 7148. Plan 21432, Group I. N.W.D.;  lol "B", Block 4. D.L. 7148. Plan 19203. Group I, N.W.D.;o��:epl  Plan 16006;  Lol A of 4, D.L. 7148, Plan 19203. Group I. N.W.D.; and  Lol I of 19, D.L. 7148. Plan 19634, Group I, N.W.D.;  Ihe Inlpnl of llio preceding section is in pormil Iwo (2) single family  (Iwojrfiigs on a lol of Iwo thousand (2.00(1) square moires or mure  whereas cumuli!) a lot exceeding Iwo thousand (2,000) square  metres permits, in addition In one (I) single family dwelling, one (I)  guesl collage, and a lot exceeding four thousand (4.000) square  niolros porinils Iwo (2) single fjunily dwellings.  2. That the RR-1 Zone (Riiaral 1 Zone) hi' amended hy  changing Hie minimum loi area required from two liiousauil (2,000)  square metres in one (I) hectare.  3. Thai Pan Throe (General Provisions), Section 316. of Zoning  Bylaw No. 25 he amended hy ruminating Ihe minimum lol size  provisions of the hylaw whore Ihe parcel is inlended lor public  park/space; or lot lines are relocated to facilitate an existing  dovclopincni or Improve a subdivision pallom (under certain  conditions).  II The purpose of Zoning Ainendinenl Bylaw No. 25-32 is lhal Ihe  following properties, mora partinilaiiy show on the accompanying  ma|i which forms pan of Hie bylaw, be rozoned from Commercial  4 (C-4) lo Commercial 2 (C-2):  Lot B, Block 9, Plan 7692, D.L. 303/304, Group I, N.W.D.;  Lot C, Block 9, Plan 8472, D.L. 303 _ 304, Group I, N.W.D.,exccpl  Plan 22304;  Lol 4 of A, Block 8. Plan 8478, D.L. 303/304, Group I N.W.D.;  Lol B. Block 8. Plan 15760, D.L. 303, Group 1, N.W.D.; and  Lol 3 of B. Block 8, Plan 8572. D.L 30,3/304, Group I, N.W.D;  ami  Lol 4. Block 8, Plan 8572, Subsidv. Lol B. D.L. 303/304, Group 1,  N.W.D.  :  1  1  1  1 '____�����''  1    '" ___���_���_-, '  m-.Tm ���/  Pel N-  msc  nee  __��_.  .��'���  __.   7 H  I.R.2  1   (SESHELT  Tlie Intern of the preceding section is to change the current zoning  from a mixed light industrial and ummercial zoning lo an office,  service business and retail commercial zoning  Tlie above Is a synopsis of Hie Bylaws and is nol deemed lo be an  Interpretation ihcreof. Copies of Hie above bylaws are avail-ble for  inspection al Ihe Dislricl of SecheH Municipal Hall, 5545 Intel  Avenue, Sechell, B.C., Monday through Friday, excepting statutory  holidays, 8:30 a.m. lo 4:00 p.m. from Any 22, 1991 lo August 8,  1991.  Dated Ihis 22nd day r.rilM>n Sabine, Municipal  ofJuly, 1991. piannar gnrj Approving Oflicer  PUBUC NOTICE  -Ocal ii_piiow-i_-inr innunw-s  Notices regarding Local Improvement Initiatives  were sent to affected property owners. You are  hereby advised that the results of the petitions  indicate that the following Local Improvement  projects will NOT proceed:  - Lamprey Lane South  - Ebbtide Street  - Burnett Road  - Jasper Road  - Surf Circle  R. D. Sabine, Acting Clerk  July 15, 1991  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Please note that the contents of TW016 (SIXTEEN)  GALLON Garbage Containers per week will be picked  up from each premise by the disposal contractor.  To ensure pick-up please have your containers at  curbside by 8:00 a.m. Also, to prevent littering please  use suitable 16 Gallon Garbage Containers that can  be closed securely.  If you have more garbage that you wish the contractor to pick up, you may purchase Garbage Tags at  the Regional District Office, Kingo Diesel or from  the truck operators.  Garbage Tags cost $10.00 per booklet of ten tags.  Thank you.  COWRIE STREET  BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT  PUBUC INFORMATION MEETING  A meeting will be held at Rockwood Centre on Wednesday, July 31st, 1991, at 6:00 p.m. for discussion  on the proposed Cowrie Street Beautification Project.  This project consists of the removal of the utility poles  and wires from the street, placing ornamental street  lights and the construction of pedestrian sidewalks.  Approval of this project will result in the specified area  supporting about 70% of the debt servicing costs and  the municipality at large supporting about 30% of  those debt costs.  For those unable to attend the meeting, written objections to the general municipal sharing of costs  should be sent to the Municipal Hall, The District of  Sechelt, P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt,  B.C. VON 3A0.  ���_���..__: ."   ~  '"'  _______ Coast News, July 22, 1991  Camp Goodtimes set to go  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGS!  The Halfmoon Bay Country  Fair was again a fantastic success. Cool weal her provided  ideal conditions for a record  crowd.  Here is the list of winners of  ihe many contests held during  the fair weekend:  CAR RALLY: I Km and Florence  McLeod. first place, received  $100: second place winners  were "Tlie Two Lees" who received a boal rental provided by  Buccaneer Marina  KIDS FISHING DERBY: Largest  lish over all grand winner was  Johiiathon Challoner who received his name engraved on  Finn-Aud Trophy  Urges! fish cauglil for nine lo  12 years old was Chris Hicks  who cauglil a two pound  flounder He won a Diawa Rod  MINI EXCAVATOR  DOZER BLADE  RUBBER TRACKS  LOW GROUND PRESSURE  LOW RATES  David Tween  885-9493  R.R.#1, Smith Site,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  GREAT  SUMMER SAVINGS  ATGODDARP1  All Summer Fashions  Reduced  to Clear  V   FITTING FASHIONS  FOR LADIES  and reel, a Dairyland hat and a  keeper trophy  Largest fish caught for four to  eight-year-olds was Jonathon  Challoner who caught a three  pound Ling Cod (weighed and  released) He received a  Shakespeare rod and reel, a  Dairyland hal and a keeper trophy.  Smallest fish caught for nine  to 12 year old was Troy Mercer.  He received a Dairyland hat and  a (iaiiii.ks mug.  Smallest fish cauglil for four  to eight-year-olds was Brock  Mercer. He too relieved a  Dairyland hat and a Canucks  mug.  Most unusual fish caught was  a Bullhead hy.hired Clouiier. He  received a Dairyland hat and a  Halfmoon Bay t-shirt.  Largest Starfish was cauglil  hy Vanessa Clouiier. She received a Dairyland hal and a  Halfmoon Bay t-shirt as well.  "(iiim Ball" jar guess was 401  by Duslv Foss, actual was 403.  BOCCI BALL TOURNAMENT:  Carlos Arduln and Joyce  Robinson. Thanks lo the participants.  3-1/2 MILE TROPHY RUN:  Men- Ken McKobens came in  first place and Dusty Dickeson,  second.  Women- I'am Barnsley, first  and Marianne McRohcrts. second  HORSESHOE PITCH  TOURNAMENT: Roy Nygren.  learn.  BAKING CONTEST: Cookies  (Kids) Ilolli Walsh, first; Duslin  Foss, second; Anthony and  Graeme Esiey, third.  Pies: (Adults) Peggy Connor,  lirst; Mary Buiryn, second, Anne  Basse,third.  SMILE CONTEST: Girls- Jana  Herman    and   Tara    Davies  tied.;Boys-Jaredi Women- Elaine  Davies: Men- Larry Fit.palrick  'TEDDY    BEAR   CONTEST:  Jenieka Shields, first; Jodi Dawe?  second; Dawn Bruce, third.  GRAHAM    TEDDY    BEAR  CO! INTING CONTEST: Jennifer  Weidrnan  NOTICE  PUBLIC INFORMATION DROP- IN  GIBSONS BY- PASS, HIGHWAY 101  (Langdale to Stewart Road)  The Ministry of Transportation and Highways is holding a Public Information Drop-In on Thursday, July 25  to discuss Its plans for the Qibsons By-Pass project  with the public.  DATE: Thursday, July 25  TIME: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM  PLACE: Cedars Inn,  895 Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons  Ministry staff and project consulants will be In attendance. Your comments, questions and suggestions  are welcome.  For further Information, please contact the Ministry's  Sunshine Coaat Office at 886-2294 (Qibsons) or  contact ths Qibsons By-Pass Projsct Manager, Leagh  Mar-tell at the Ministry's South Coast Regional Office  In Burnaby 660-8228.  BC*?  *   Ministry of Transportation  and Highways  Province ol  British Columbia  Peggy and friends  The Halfmoon Bay Country  Fair honoured many  longterm volunteer- at  Cooper- (ireen by giving  them the day off with tea at  this year's weekend festivities.  Jan Michael Sherman photo  VOILEYBAIJ. TOURNAMENT:  Kozik and Company came in  first and Secret Cove, second.  .0/50 RAFFLE: R English  Other organizations  (reported so far to Fair  Committee) was the Cystic  Fibrosis Raffle won by Danny  l-iiiniii  WELCOME BEACH HBO  Don't forget the Welcome  Reach Community Association  Annual Harliecue, Salurday, July  27 at . pm. Adults $S, children  $ V Please bring your own utensils.  Editor's Note: Our thanks to  Donna Johnson for gelling these  results to us in ihe absence of  our regular columnist Ruth  Forrester.  If you have any news or upcoming events for the llalfmoon  Hay/Welcome Reach area,  please phone it into our Sechelt  oflice at 885-3930, or drop it  off.  One of the services your donation to the Canadian Cancer  Society helps to fund is Camp  (ioodlimcs at Roberts Creek.  The camp is held annually in  July at two one-week camps for  children with a history of cancer, and has grown from the  first year of 25 in 1985 to 86 in  1990 wilh Ihe campers coming  from BC and Alberta This year  Alberta will be having its own  camp  Camp (ioodtimes is staffed  by volunteers except for the  cook and lifeguard Many of the  staff are medical and nursing  students; ihere is an on-site pe  diatric oncologist and three on  cology nurses. Tlie director ol  the camp advises that the camp  has been successful "far beyond  our dreams."  She also advises that the  people of the Sunshine Coasl  have been supportive in giving  time and services, and dona  lions in kind  SUMMER SALE  Continues!  Ladies Shoes  30% OFF  LA Gear  20% OFE  Bobbie's Shoes  Ir.iil II, is. ( entri'. S,-i lull    NK , 98.18  CROWDS  BUYING FAST!  AT OUR STOREWIDE SALE  DON'T MISS -UT....T0NIGHT TIL 5:30  CLOSED TUES., OPEN WED., THORS., FRI. 10-0  ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE - EVERY ITEM  SECHELT  Furniture Land  Beit Priced Beit SeloctionI Beit Qualilyl Bell Servieel  Reg. $1999.99  DECOR-  IREST SOFAl  & CHAIR  SALE  SI 0448-1  Reg. $1349.99  SEALY  SOFA  BED  SALE  $627aa  Reg. $209.99  VIDEO  I CHAIRS  SALE  Reg.$3247.99  IKROEHLER  SOLID OAK 5 PC.  GAMES TABLE  & CHAIRS  SALE  $144788  SAVE UP TO  Reg.$2499.99  LEATHER  SOFA-  BED  $9788 B$116788  Reg.$149.99  I SOLID OAK  ROXTON   I  LAMPS  SALE  $7488  Reg. $59.99  OAK  HALL  TREE  SALE  $1788  LOCATED IN SECHELT  AT 5605 HIGHWAY 101  GREAT $1,000,000  INVENTORY LIQUIDATION  CAIE nUMS-Ut-MOCttS  mnK KKRCMM-SETOEOUU.  auMaammm  Reg. $1999.99  SOFA  AND  CHAIR  SALE  $89788  Reg. $349.99  IENTERTAINMENTI  UNIT  SALE  $13788  Reg.$1099.99  IKROEHLER  SOFA-  BED  SALE  $54788  Reg. $149.99  I BRASS LAMP |  /PLANT  STAND  SALE  $7988  Trail Bay Mall, Sech.lt S85-9330|  SUMMER SIDEWALK  CLEARANCE  Monday, July 29 thru Saturday, August 3 Coast News, July 22. 1991  LOOK FOR IMPORTANT  SEA CAVALCADE TRAFFIC  NOTICE ON PAGE 1  SPORTS  1ST ROUND-UP PLEDGES  DON'T FORGET TO MAIL IN  YOUR PLEDGES TO  P 0   BOX 1 7.J   GIBSONS  VON IVO  Pender Harbour Golf News  Swine  Sevens  success  Gib-on's  Invitational  Swine's Tight  Seven Rugby  tournament  saw its share  of ups, downs,  and side to  side ducking  ami dodging  as the Pitt  Bruins  scooped the  trophy this  year, July 1...  Joel Johnstone  photo  by Dave Girard  July 9 saw 37 golfers in  teams of four rip up the course.  First team with 193 was Pete  Wilson, Jim Duntain, Al  Wendland and Eric Antilla;  second with 195 were George  Langham, Neil Reeder, Ernie  Holloway and Bruce Hamilton;  closest to the pin on #3 was Ted  Sharpe, and #6 Russ Foster.  MENS DAY  July 9 had a moderate turn  out with only 12 golfers due to  unsettled weather. First low  gross, George langham; second  low gross, Carl Reitze; first low  net, Neil Reeder; second low  net, Emie Holloway.  LADIES DAY  July 11 saw a large group of  women competing for the "Ruth  Norman Trophy." Winner of the  event was Olive Montgomery  with runner-up Shirley Grout.  The same day saw IH golfers  playing a "Pin Round'' with  Moni Langham shooting 101 for  the low gross and Joan Willcock  with 74 for low net and hidden  Slo-pitch playoffs underway  by Mark lemon  Play-offs got under way last  week with all 1-1 teams participating in the Cedars Mixed Slo-  I'itch League Finals. Tlie top two  teams the Hall masters and  Commuters, received a hy in the  first round  In the first round of playoffs,  the 11 th place "|iesky Pigs" upset  the Sixth place Scunihy's hy a  score of 12-8  A&G Contracting, who fin-  Ished a  disappointing   12th.  eliminated the  tilth  place  Creekers with a 18-5 win.  Tlie fourth place Cedars l*ub  gut hy the much improved  Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire  Department with a late game  rally to post a 18-12 triumph  Third place Stenner's  Thunderbolts out played tlie  good time Yahoos hy a count of  _���(-. to advance.  Ninth place (iihsons Iluilding  Supplies doubled eighth place  (Iihsons Aulo Body 6-3.  And after a shaky start, tlie  seventh place Spin-offs defeated  tlie archrival loth place  Langdale Wrecks hy a score of  l-i.i.  Playoff   Schedule  Monday, July 22 (Game #7).  masters VS CDS at Brothers #1;  ((iainc #8), Commuters vs Spinoffs at Brothers #2; (Game #9),  Stenner's vs Pigs at Langdale  North; (Game #10), Cedars vs  A&G al Langdale Soulh.  Semi-finals Tuesday, July 23  (Game #11), winner game #7  vs winner game #19 at Brothers  #3; ((iame 12), winner game  #8 vs winner game #9.  Finals, Wednesday, July 2. -  winner game #11 vs winner  game #12 at Brolhers #1.  TRAIL BAY SPORTS BIKE DEPARTMENT  ACCESSORIE  5MOJ<g  Tha hottest off-road tire  of the year!!! Sa_A no  Compare at $35 C4e__0  HELMETS  Mi  The only adjustable  helmet available  Their price $80.00  s69_98   $69.98  COMING THIS WEEK!  $TIW  qffiy Image  The same helmet  our racing team uses!!!  Was $89.98  ALL   CONTROL  ctlmtslnriBnrs  Bingl  Comi  le  mponents'  Bpi  I  H  f)  iVSCOTT  M  'AUTHORIZED .ffC-^^Q, NISHIKI  �� __*���- TRAIL BAY SPORTS  DEALER  Team Trail Bay on winning track  hy Joel Johnstone  Team Trail Bay Mountain  Bikers are working their way up  through novice, sportsman, and  expert class races in Alberta and  BC. Willi hack to hack wins in  individual and overall catagories.  During the Canada Day  weekend in Calgary, Cymbal  Wells placed first overall in  novice class events, taking first in  Continued on page 13.  TIDE TABLES  Dale   Time   HI.FI.  2:15  23 10:20  TU  6:25  11:30  13.0  3.1  14.5  11.9  Date   Time Ht.-Ft.  3:10 12.8  2411.05 2.8  WE 6:55 14.6  Dale   Tlma HI.FI.  12:10 11.5  25 4:05 12.7  TH 11:40 2.6  7:20 14.6  Date   Time   Ht.-Ft.  12:40  26 5:00  FR 12:15  7:45  11.0  12.7  2.6  14.6  Date   Time HI.FI.  12:15 10.4  27  5:45 12.7  SA 12:50 2.9  8:05 14.6  Date   Time   Ht.Ft.  1:45  28 6:35  SU   1:20  8:25  9.8  12.6  3.4  14.7  Date   Time   HI.FI.  2:20 9.1  29  7:20 12.4  MO   1:50 4.1  8:50 14.8  -_a_----_----__|  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson ,"*^rc!''*N.",:"d,___ ._  ���     ,..���.        .      . ���, 11st. 40 mln. ptua 5 mln. lor each tt. of rlaa.  Paclllc Standard Time        amnmin. -...cmi om.h  Seabnx.  RENTALSLTD  PASlODfSlap-n Nal-./_pi_rr>  Coil-isa-alk- -n-h-a-t-  ���.-.flna-alien    Hardwood rloor Nailm  Call (of QUOTIS on NAIL STOCK  For lot-ch, Senco, Pa-loo., etc.  EQUIPMENT & TOOLS FOR  INDUSTRY, CONSTRUCTION, HOME & FARM  Mon.Sat., 8*6  Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886*8744  hole   also   went   to   Joan  Willcock.  Monday twilight  They had the usual great  support and a break in the  weather certainly hclpsed First  low gross, George Langham and  Mary Roop; second low gross,  Rich Langham and Moni  Langham; third low gross,  Dutch Haddon and Jacquie  Hooper; first low net, John  Cameron and Sylvia Thirwcll;  second low net, Mac McFarlane  and Wendy Haddock; third low  net, Bill Cameron and Olive  Montgomery; KB on #3, John  Cameron and Wendy Haddock;  KB on #6, Wilf Crowe and  Sylvia Tliirwell.  Least putt honors belong to  George Langham and Mary  Roop For those of you who did  not recognize a few new faces  that night they belonged to  Audrey, Ruth and Richard.  SENIOR MENS  July 16 had teams of four in  competition. First low net team  Ted Dohrindt, Ben Dlin, Ernie  Holloway and Bobo Saganski at  197; second low net, ')ave  Dankin, George Reid Jim  Continued on page 13.  COMOX, B.C.  The  Tilberg Festival  Arts and Crafts  August 2, 3, 4, 5, 1991  11 am - 8 pm Daily  Save on Ferry -  Ferry pick up available  BY RESERVATION (.^l|v  PHONE 339-0606  GIBSONS POOL  SUMMaEKSCHEDULL  JULY 1 -26  Monday to Friday  7:30-8:30 a.m.   Early Bird  S:30 - 9:30 a.m.   Fitness  9:30 - 11:30 a.m.   Lessons  1 1:30- 1 2.30 p.m.  Noon Swim  POOL CLOSURES:  July B7 - Sept. 9  Call 886-9415 for further information  Publication of  this schedule  aponaored by  SUPER VALU  ~4M^  RED HOT SU  All  T-Shirts  30% off I  WATER GEAR  J    Buy 1 Pair Of  1 Shoes At Reg. Price [  ' The 2nd Pair* Is  1/2 Price  Raaboh-as  *ol equal or lesser value  15% off  Reg. Price Swim  Goods, Including  Goggles, Masks,  Suits       i  Snorkels & Fins  40% Off    | CATALINA  Air Mattress  Reg. $19.98   All  Bathing  VOIT  Combo Pack  Fins, Snorkey & Mask  $60 VALUE  $49.99  TENTS & SLEEPING BAGS  RANGER 3 Person Tent Aqq mt  Full Fly Reg. $119.50  Special 0-KP-Vl  fc_\u��  $15.98  PTARMIGAN TENT  ^!<-tSN?7 ^ Person Dome  T   ._._*-._   ^. n_.   Ares esc.  Reg. $69.98  Special   55.  DRIFTER  2 Man Boat  Reg. $34.98   '104  hur. 9-5:30  mm  i rail Ave. & Cowrie, Secbel:  Special  $29.98  l��/5II.  "ft***,  NELSON Sleeping Bag - 3 Lb. Poly-soft Insulation, Cottoi  Lining, Nylon Shell - Excellent Summer Bag       A A A __  fcg-*54-98 Special $39.9  '  d  <  Mil  d LOOK FOR IMPORTANT  SEA CAVALCADE TRAFFIC  NOTICE ON PAGE 1  LEISURE  Coast News, July 22, 1991  11.  WORK FOR YOU  Symphony of  fire returns  (iihsons & District  Public Library  NOTICE  OARD  Katrina Gleadow of Shadow Baux (.all-ties arranges a display of Carry Lunn sculptures. Her whimsical birds and  unique burnished pieces may be viewed on the cappuccino  deck at the back of the gallery from July 12th to 30th, daily  from 10 till 10. Joel Johnstone photo  FESTIVAL OF WRITTEN ARTS  Music '91 will once again  present the spectacular fireworks competition, 'Benson &  Hedges Inc., Symphony of Fire',  at English Day in Vancouver,  July 27 and 31, and August 4  and 7. Three countries will be  competing: Hong Kong (Julv  27); Spain (July 3D; and  Australia (August .). A grand finale with all three countries explodes August 7, with the winning country exhibiting its  prowess last. Symphony of Fire  will he sponsored by CKNW.  The Vancouver Sun, and IK.TV.  "Last year, this event attracted  almost a million spectators over  the four nights of the competition," commented Development,  Trade and Tourism Minister  Howard Dirks. "Music '91 is  thrilled that it will present this  great tourism attraction again  this summer."  To alleviate congestion in the  Wesl End and Kitsilano areas  each night of the competition,  road closures will be in effect  from 730 pm until II pm in  the West End, and 6 pm to 11  pm in Kitsilano, except for residents' parking, taxis and buses  Admission to Symphony of Fire  is free.  During Ihe fireworks, the  Vancouver Museum and  1'laiietarium will be orchestrating a fundraising event -  Fireworks Fiesta - ai 7:30 pm  each night of the Deiison Si  Hedges Inc., Symphony of Fire.  Guetts will view the museum  galleries, the planetarium Star-  ami laser shows and indulge in  a salmon barbecue. Coffee, tea  and desserts will he available after the fireworks.  Proceeds go to educational  programs offered hy the  Vancouver Museum and  Planetarium.  Hours:  Ti_-  Wcrl  Triiirs.  Sal.  STORYTIME:  9:30- 5pm  .:Ml-5pm  i: ��i-8pi���  9 .W-.p-l  Wed lUam  Hours:  Tin-  Weds  Thurs.  Fri.  Sal  Sechelt  Public Library  10 HI 4pm  lOKl-tpm  IO..M-7pm  Itriii  III Ml-4pm  Subsi ri/ttitin - $2per sear  _0-H period - 2 Hecks  luiin Limit -A ImhiIcs tunic 2 ttessi  tnrttlurs ��� Ittt/wk pet In,,,!  -r-l-U.OPI-T.AII-AVM.il  EVENTS BY DATE  Sit-r-jy, Aug_.t 24  Save Georgia Slrait-Sechelt lo Nanaimo  Marathon. Swim, row.pao.le. snorkel or surf  part way or all the way solo or with a relay  team. An errwonme-tal fitness arts MMfM  event lor all ages DFeadlme lor advance  registration is Jury 30. Into: 885-7143  Saturday _ Sunday, July 27,21 *  August 3,4,10.11,17,18,24 431  Artists and crahspeople will be displaying  their handmade items Irom lOOOam to  4:00pm at the town parking loll neil to  Variety Fondas in Gibsons Landing There are  still spaces avarlab-) tor disptay CSS nancy at  Richards 886-2116  Saturday, July 27/11  Sunshine Coest Craft Pak. Hackett Perk,  Continued on page 12.  ARTS CENTRE  Visions of  animal world  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATRE  presents  Silence Of The Lambs  RA1ED MATURE  Pinder to speak at Festival      at ��������*  On Saturday, August 10 at  3:-0 pm, writer and lawyer  Leslie Hall Pinder will lie speaking at the Festival of the Written  a_rts in Sechelt.  In her capacity as lawyer, she  specializes in land claims work  for the native people of Canada.  At the present time she is counsel in an action against  Canadian National Railway  Company for interference with  the Indian fisheries land claims.  She is also a prolific writer,  her most recent novel being On  Double Tracks. This, her second novel, was short-listed for  the 1990 Governor General's  Award for literature. The theme  is the case of an Indian Band suing the government over the loss  of their lands.  Leslie Hall Finder's appearance is a must for all who wish  to better understand the complex issue of native land claims.  CHRISTINA McCALL  The Trudeau era holds particular fascination for all  Canadians. Last fall, a major  study of I'ierre Trudeau and his  impact on Canada became a  best seller and won the  Governor General's literary  award for non-fiction. This first  volume of Trudeau And Our  Time-: The Magnificent  Obsession was written by  Christina McCall in collaboration with her husband Stephen  Clarkson, both of whom are  presently working on the second volume.  Ms McCall has worked as editor and political commentator  for several magazines, including  MacLean's as Associate Editor,  Saturday Night as Ottawa  Editor and for the Toronlo  Globe and Mall  Her work has been widely  praised for its "brilliant social  insights and superb prose", lo  quote Robert Fulford's phrase,  and has won more than a dozen  awards.  Exhibition  A bear surprised in new  growth, ducks happily gob  Ming handouts, an intoxicated looking trophy head, a  wounded whale, golden  wolves, eyes at the window,  a spy-hopping orca, a jewelled salamander, hunters,  gorging birds, mythic double-  finned killer whales, a tin-  can goat, and many more visions of the animal world  can be seen at the Arts  Centre until August 4.  Show hours are 10 to 4  Tuesday to Saturday, 1 to 4  Sunday.  C.IIOWTIMI-.  Sunday, 7 pm, Mon.-Iues, 7 & 9 pm  TICKET PRICES  Adults $6 ��� Students $4.50  Seniors & Children Under Twelve $3  I The ('nppiicirici & Dc-jciI Dor bcliind flhnciof Baii-  I '.allcrios is open daily 'lil 10 pm. I'riilay and rSaUirda)'.  i   'Ml 11 pm lo occotitiiiodolc lite aller Thenlnc crowd  !  COMING  ATTRACTION  \        Robin Hood  H July 28,29 & 30  Raven's cry Theatre Located At  House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  NEW PHONE NUMBER  8.5-4673  GIBSONS  *lLEGION  Branch 109  Members and Guests Welcome  Friday, July 26 &  Saturday, July 27  Raven's Cry Theatre  Patrons Please Note:  We have a new Box Office Number  for your  Reservation and Ticket needs.  885-4673  For Theatre Bookings Call:  885-4597  885-4598  For Pleasure and Adventure on the Beautiful Sunshine Coast  SEAGARD  CHARTER��  5EA5PORT  ��C_JBA  FOR EXPLORING  The Magical Underwater World  with Experienced  Scuba Divers  Call Now To Join Our Next Adventure  Diving Charters                                                       Charter Enquiries  BB5-9B3Q 885-544B  MER SAVINGS JL*  ,-H  MOOCHING  I.0U  ROD & REEL  Daiwa Black Widow  flAON- 375 Reel  G�� TACKLE FeaturingDAIWA    ^m WATER SKIS  dMMpdMkr Featuring HO  Y ]   W.SW    I 67" Reflex Combo  a^-q  combos     sksHSS    saa55adBl Reg$269 Special *  LUMnU^ $14.99    I HO Vertigo Tube  Ajg-  HOAeriel360  DaiwaAGXMWith Kneeboard ft-in a  DC 375 "counter1 ��110 Qfl Reg. $229 Special 31 SfSf  Black Widow Rod a-- QQ Ml Wet & Dry Suits  **��      OffiJfO 25% OFF  \  ALLVUARNET  __sn  VUARNET.  $69.98  Sun  glasses  25% Off  .  I    10V2Ft.  Bear Claw  Mooching Rod j  $19.98  ALLGATORZ  GATOi  Sunglasses  25% Off  DI  il  ALL OAKLEY  owsy  Sunglasses  20% off  I  Mircrmiflu  | Sunday 10-4     Friday 9^8:00  , Mon,-Thur. 9-5:30 Saturday 9-5:30  9  ____.  ��-- ....    -_-.., coast News, July 22. 1991  They arc siill there, those for-  hidding sidehills. rising like .1  ragged wall ill the wild country  north of (ioatfoot Mountain  i Their lorn precipitous faces are  largely healed now. New  growth has masked the wounds  i we inflicted on them, with a  green cosmetic of burgeoning  ] life. The loggers are long gone  ! luniers and hikers give Ihe diffi-  . ult terrain a wide berth The  land has revetted to wilderness.  Only birds, bears and oilier  qnick-cycd forest creatures  make Iheir home now on lhat  inhospitable, ground It is forgot-  len country.  Iliil I have nol forgotten lhal  country. I can never forget it  Alter almost .11 years, il still  haunts my dreams We plucked  lire logs like thieves from those  gidih pilches And. in the end.  |he hills exacted their price  It is at black Harry  ( Riinden's camp al Cutter Creek  lhal I first recognize logging for  whal II really is - a sort of crazy  warfare I have noticed parallels  -.fore but ai Craniden's poorly  equipped, safety-careless outfit,  (he) are simply mo many and  mn obvious lo overlook. Kacli  working day we are pitied  ;igainsi several loes -- the  weather, ihe feaisoinely-sleep  mountain side, our own lapses  in caution and black Harry's vo-  , ia. ions hunger lor logs  black Harry (.rat-den is nol  exactly famous for running low-  ; risk logging shows A tall.  Jcntwuy man with a bent nose  and a deceptively-pleasant  smile, lie fancies himself an Intellectual and is given to sailing  his talk with len dollar words  but (rainden is a dyedin-llie-  , wool logger for all lhat   He is  'also a tight-fisted sonofabitcb for  whom keeping costs down and  [production up arc mailers of  the highest priority. He must  Stay awake nights figuring how  m cut corners and shave overheads      These     stringent  economies may put a few cxlra  bucks in Craniden's pocket but  they are hardly conducive lo  safe working conditions We  call him a chintzy old woman  behind his hack but limes are  tight so most of us grin and bear  il. As my friend l.uigi says, there  are a few worse places a guy  could he - like maybe jail  l.uigi Militias is an odd sort  of character to run across in a  logging camp He's an Kalian  immigrant from a good family  who served as a paratrooper  during World War Two He's  well educated and speaks fluent  English with a slight accent  l.uigi is from Noitlieru Italy near  the Alps blond-haired and light  skinned, he bears small resemblance to Ibe stereotypical im-  lims  /Lordji  Resort   ^^  Hotel     ^5  Sunday Brunch Buffet  Special Brunch Buffet ��� 9aui-2pm  Roast /-iron ()/ Beef, Teriyaki Chicken  Bacon, Sausages, Scrambled Ejjgs  Koasi Potatoes, Salads AN/)  A UFA 'ADENT DESSERT /)(/FFE7  "Open For Dinner"  6 pm to 10 pm  $12.95 Children Under 12 Half Price  Reservations Requested  ^Olle's Cove Rd., Just north of Secret Cove on Hwy  .FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 885-7038  . 101 J  The BACKEDDY  .Marine Pub  Egmont Marina Resort,  vim and our  excellent food on the gundsck,  jam       Friday, July 26      i rv  XL  Saturday, July 27 JJj  ���    8:30 pm to 12:30 am   J  age of what an Italian i.s sup  posetl to look like  l.uigi is an optimist who always tries to view things in the  most positive light. He has a  sweetheart in his home village  with whom he carries on a pas  sionale correspondence He  plans in bring her lo Canada  and is working in Ihe camps to  make a marriage stake hut he  has no intention of remaining a  logger  l.uigi has many ambitious  plans for ihe future including  thai nl becoming a writer Since  I have similar yearnings it has  forged a natural bond between  us We spend a lot of time both  on the job and in the  htinkhouse. discussing hooks  and wining our relatively-unlettered workmates listen  askance lo these literary  gabfests They probably have us  peggeil as a couple of weirdos  This is the first logging camp  I have worked in over seven  years The intervening period  was spent at various other pur  miiis - a longisb slint as a .self-  employed shakct titter, a stretch  al a pulp mill; two grimy depressing years al Ihe Kitimat  Smeller, heller known as  Alcan's Inferno, a slim al the  Vancouver Art School, courtesy  of a small inheritance followed  hy a totally improvident period  of living on the streets in flcahag  hotels attempting to become a  writer The attempt was considerably less than successful  In the end, booze-sore,  weary and thoroughly led up  With the company of losers,  Wilms and bums, I put the  whole vain endeavour behind  me and returned reluctantly to  the woods It seemed like a step  backwards bul, considering  where I'd been, it was really a  step up Even a haywire outfit  like Craniden's was an Improvement over tile absolute  bottom  To Ik- continued  Notice Hoard  continued from page 11  July 27 and .8 Food booths, entertainment  Inlo: 886-4863  Saturday _ Sunday  July 27 _ 21  Art. Crafts Display  Artists and craftspeople will be displaying  Iheir handmade Hems Irom 10 am lo A pm al  the town parking lot mil to Variety Foods in  Qibsons Landing. There are still spaces  available for display. Call Nancy al Richards  886-2116  Friday, August 9  Sunshine Coast Liberal Association Annual  Cruise at 5:30 pm Tickets > Inlo 885-9491  Saturday, August 10  Egmont Lions Club Family Fun Fish Derby  loday and Sunday. Entry lee $5 per person  Prizes Galorel Contact Egmont Marina. 88.1  2298.  MISCELLANEOUS  Steel guitar blues arlisl Ken Hamm  returns lo Inner Ear in Roberts Creek lor  a summer dance. Call 886-9749 lor  tickets and details.  Feel Like Company?  Oo you have an extra room with or without a  view? Feel like a little company? Beach House  Productions is looking lor billets lor actois,  technicians and directors coming lo Ihe  Sunshine Coast to perlorm al the new  Raven's Ciy Thealre in Sechell The gioups  would require accommodations tor  approximately three nights al a stretch, and  a small honorarium is available. Beach Mouse is  looking lor rooms al various limes over the  summer as well as Into the fall months  II you can help out now oi in the future, please  call Beach House Productions al 886-7972  Reading Adventurers: Paige Turner and  Abel Reader are looking lor fearless travellers lo accompany them on a series ol adventures to ancient worlds, outer space. un<  der Ihe sea and tropical |ungles. Reading  Adventurers, ages 6 to 12 can sign up lor a  summei ol lun al Ihe Sechelt Public Library  Ken Daglic-h  checks out the  sound of  Pender  Harbour Musk  Society's grand  piano from the  community,  special thanks  to Doug Hiird,  The (-immunity  Club, the (.old  Brickers, and  everyone who  donated and  helped with  this community  project.  Ami Cook photo  Video with a venqence  The faceless ones  The I'aceless Ones is a  bold, iiirte niinutf environmentally oriented video whose message is brought home with a  lyric vengeance Produced and  arranged by Terry Jacks, il is an  indict ment. chillingly forthright  and blunt, of how technology,  evolved and employed hy the  human animal, wreaks havoc  on ihe global environment and  other species with Mule thought  or consideration of anything hut  exploitation and profit  The I'aceless Ones promulgates a message which is not  new. by any means lis images  of horrendous oil spills, the  rending asunder of the earth,  the poisoning of seas and  oceans, and the decimation of  an obscenely long list of animal  life forms have been the stuff of  nature films and hard-hitting  documentaries for years  but somehow these three  short minules of video, music,  and narration are particularly  compelling, especially wrenching  Freedom ol speech ami expression are not the privale preserve of the rich and powerful  The I'aceless Ones just happens to lie one of those counter  Toms begin on July 3 and continue inlo  August. Apply loi Iree passport books and  program ol activities at the library on Trail  Avenue Call 885-3260 for more inlormation  The Sechelt _ District Chamber ol  Commerce is seeking nominations Irom the  general public tor the lollowing awards' Good  Citizen ot the Year, Good Business ol the  Yeai, and Good Business Person ol the Year.  Please send your nomination and reasons lor  Ihe same lo Sechelt S District Chamber ol  Commerce, Box 360, Sechell. VON 3A0 belore July 15. 1991. Awards dinner will be  held on October 19.1991.  Summer Fun Day Camp _ Swimming  Lessons al Kalhenne Lake. July 8 lo August,  16/91. Phone 883-2142  Plastic Pom Poms lor weddings, parades  S parties, elc 21 assorted colours. 20.  each. Made by Sechell Sr Citizens, proceeds  10 go toward Hie new Seniors' centre Phone  885-9392 or 885-2585  BCTV is now ollenng Iree studio lours lo  families or small groups, Monday to Friday at  11 -0,2:00,3:30 and 5:30. Please call Jim oi  Maureen at 421-9437 lor reservations  Sechell Summer Fun sponsored by Bethel  Baptist Chuich. July 2 lo August 23, 9:30  am-12 noon and I -3:30 pin. Monday to Friday  (ages 6 lo It) $3/day More inlo call Tiacey  Jardine. 865-2454 or 885-9065  Sunshine Coasl Spinners _ Weavers pre  sent an exhibition ol hand woven rugs in the  Heritage House ai Rockwood Centie. July  and Augusl.   Call 885-2522 lot viewing  limes.  The Exciting woiks ol Tina Thomson using  acrylic on canvas and walercolour monopnnts.  On view in Ihe North Wing Rockwood Centie  July 9 lo 31. Call 885-2522 for viewing  limes  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group - evoiy  Tuesday. 7 lo 9 pm al Ihe Action Sociely  Ollice. Conlacl Deborah, 885-5680.  Sunshine Coasl Breast Feeding Support  Continued on page 19.  The Finest  dec-k-ing Quality  Sundeck Coating  Available Today  Warranty On All Labour And Materials  Call John Richardson  VICKTERY DEC-K-INO  883-2878 For Free Estimates .-  Custom Cedar Railings  by 'ERIC  NEW?  I9J0"  On  Baby  Bride or bride lo be  Have w* visited YOU y��t?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Helen Milburn 8864676    Ruth Bulpit 886-5847  Nan Nanson    666-3416    Rosemarle Cook 885-S821  message., like the best work of  David Suzuki, which strums  emotional and tactual strings  wilh the best of the corporate/mass advertising slicksters.  The Faceless Ones operates with a Miriness of purpose,  riveting imagery, and a feel for  historical overview Hie video is  al once immediate and timeless  in ils sketching of a problem  which has plagued the planet  ever since Man acquired the arrogance and temerity to believe  the earth was his to do wilh as  he saw fit.  Ian Mahood. IIC forester and  author, talked in bis recent  book about tlte concept of  "stewardship" of the land. The  FRIENDLY COUNTRY LEGION  ROBERTS  CREEK  LEGION  Friday  Nite  Only  KAREOKE  with  Beaver & Wendy  Faceless Ones grabs the  viewer by the throat and  confronts him with the results  of the "stewardship" we've been  enjoying so far  AI one point  poel/enviroiinienlalisi Jack  Whyte's gripping narration  (Whyte wrote the didactic,  rhyming narration) alludes to  the systematic destruction of the  cedars of Lebanon in biblical  limes: "They cut and they  squandered the forests there and  they shipped the lumber home.  And the desert sands of the Arab  lands are Ihe legacy of Rome."  I'owerful stuff Hard to  ignore; harder even to forget.  i Friendly Cuunlrv Legion ^  f^h Roberts  ipr| Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  JULY26TH-27TH  BEAVER  FRIDAY NITE DINNER  Baron of Bacf -/roast potato-*  _ gravy, tala-, buns - bui-u-i  NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 12-6  Members and bona fld. _�����.,.  guests welcome ��.^(/  Grilled New York Steak  Sat Night Dinnprs  BINQO > TUES. EVENINGS  ilk ��rf-6ji  -.WIarl_.tlM  ln touch with  the Sunshine Coast  Mountain FM Radio  107.5/104.7  Mountain FM  The Official  Radio Station  Of  Sea Cavalcade v9l  It's "Sea Cavalcade"  Join the P-itVaTeople at the  fa  For your entertainment  Medusa  ���all girls bind  Hwy 101, Qibsons    866-8171  ��� "*.-* "-'--�����  ���  m  Hat PHOTO CONTEST  We're coming down to the  wire in the Coast News  Photo Contest ���- and it's  looking like a real (beg  pardon) "photo f-_i_.hr  The panel of distinguished judges has Anally  been arrived at. In no particular order (they're all terrific!), they're Chris Staples  of Photoworks, Ted Peters of  Ted Peters Photography,  and E��E Photography's  Betty Demarce.  With overall submissions  in all categories topping out  at close to 1)0, judging will  hopefully be completed before the end of the month.  The contestants invested  much time, energy and creativity taking the photographs they submitted,  and the judging will reflect  this fact.  As for.the contest photographs, you are Invited to  view them in the window  showcase between the  Landing General Store and  the Harbour Cafe in lower  Gibsons during the Sea  Cavalcade.  Trail Bay  continued from page 10.  cross-country, first in the uphill,  and fifth In the downhill races.  Expert class Chris Edmonds  placed tenth overall, Impressive  results for both considering almost 40 riders compete in each  class.  "The Rage The Sage" held In  Kamloops July 13 and 14, saw  Wells taking all three novice  events - uphill, crosscountry, and  criterium.  Edmonds, racing In the  sportsman class finished 7th in  the cross-country and 5th overall  with Guy Bowen close behind  with 5th place In cross-country,  4 in the downhill, and 6 overall.  Several members of the team  arc off to Vernon July 20 and 21  as a warm-up event to the "Hell  of the North" event in Deep  Cove, North Vancouver July 28,  where the entire ten person team  will compete.  Tills one's going to be a lot of  fun," says team manager Geoff  Gillies. "It's near home."  Gillies hopes the extra-good  results from tills year's team will  encourage other businesses to  help Trail Bay Sports finance the  racers to attend future events and  encourage Interest in a bike club  he would like to organize this  fall.  Golf  continued from page 10.  Buntain and Cece Clements at  199; KP on *3, Bill Gibbons;  KP on #6, Ted Dobrindt.  The little game of "Hit the  Hoop" was done for the first  time this year by Bill Gibbons. It  must have some satisfaction as  he's still smiling three days later.  The Junior program is rolling  right along. According to my  son Jeff he had a birdie but I'm  assuming he hit a Robin on tlie  fairway.  A little reminder to clip your  2 for 1 couplons out of last  week's paper (outdoor  recreation and leisure guide  section) and head up to the  Pender Harbour Golf Course for  a day of fun.  Sea Cavalcade Tennis Tournament '91  Wednesday, July 31 is the deadline for entries in the  Annual (iihsons Sea Cavalcade Tennis Tournament.  The conns at both Dougal and brolhers Park will be  used with back-up from a couple of kindly donated private courts. Dougal will be the tourney centre for scheduling, camaraderie and public dispute, with facilities available across the field for the distraught and stressed out.  Events will include singles and doubles for women and  men, plus mixed doubles, with individual entries limited  to two events (2). Given sufficient entries in each event  double and triple eliminations will be the order of the  day, thus assuring competitors of several matches.  Skill should not be a concern for participation. With  the generous support of local merchants and servants the  trophy table within the reach of players of varying abilities. If winning is unimportant all players are encouraged  to enter and test the competitive waters. (B.O.B.)  Entries: Family Sports (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635; Eric  or Jo 886-7449; Shawn or Bill 8868036.  things to do  ��ko Gift Shop  (Si1 lite  <$G>use af&6erdimts (jpanfkt  Native Arts _P Crafts  Silver and Turquoise Jewellery  Cedar Baskets. Wood Carvings  Moccasins. Prints �� Cards  SBS hwy. I oI, Sechelt (across from St. Mary's Hospital)  885-4592 VISA a MASTERCARD ACCEPTED  r^O^  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  <vO V_l_*Cc. 1     Bed & Breakfaat & Campground  V.--ii_.->      Restaurant 886-2 l_8t Office 886-281  ��� -"^aW*-5-^ ���  BROOK  886-2887  Follow Gower Pt. Rd. to  Ocean Beach Esplanade  stif^"^ 5__7 Cowrie 51., Sect-It 6.5-7.0.  ART WORK ft CAPPUCCINO OPEN DAILY  AQraalcwsiWnal-mroft-aau-smaf. I2NOON-IOPM  Via* our cappuccino a, daaawl bar on        ��� POTT IKY ��� PICTURt FRAMING  Ifta aundack bahWd lha 8_s-rv ��� CAPPUCCINO  .ASTWQ-K  GIFTS   HUNTER GALLERY   GIFTS  lunulamltcil Hurls hs toctll (triors  Pointings Fiil-rk An     Jewellery  Pottery Cards Prints  Urtatiiir., Corner ol S. hool t_ Umrr I.. R.k, Qibaorw      _-t.-902.  SUMMER TOURS  ��� .      Conlact Plant Tour Quids  Howe Sound    ���*�����-* �����  fair  mi  twin  iimiiig     Advance bookings required  VISITORS  WELCOME  v^  g? hwBow -  golf Cimz^L-^  Lounge t Snack Bar ^��     Power Cera Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north Ol dart-Mi ley tumoH  Council  continued from page 3.  carefully about linning in wilh  the Regional District without  r_iv_-tig_tin|{ our cot-.' lie said.  Reid sutntested that, if Sechelt  Council became interested in  doing some form of a project  on the Davis Bay waterfront, it  might consider approaching the  SCRD about having the Regional  District do the work as part of  the compensation for the taxes  the Municipality pays annually  to the SCRD 'coffers'.  Alderman Wilson refuted the  wariness Alderman Reid ex;  pressed about co-signing with  the SCRD, saying. "I thought the  overture by Chairman Connor  (SCRD) was legitimate and realistic. I can't imagine what the  costs involved wilh maintaining  a foreshore lease would he."  Alderman Shanks, noted that  the only costs he was aware of  for maintaining the Davis Day  waterfront was emptying the  dumpsters located there and  some rudimentary grounds upkeep.  Alderman Wilson then suggested a different course of action for dealing with the Issue.  Taking the long term view re  garding the waterfront lease,  Wilson pointed out lhal "one  day a middle road would be  developed" which would serve  as the Coast's main highway.  "At lhat time." said Wilson, 'that  portion of Highway 101 that  now goes through Davis Bay  will be inherited by the ;  Municipality of Sechelt...that's  when having our name on lhat  foreshore lease will mean  something."  In the end, because a council  consensus was not forthcoming,  Alderman Reid suggested the issue lie sent to one of the council's 'standing committees' for in-  depth discussion before council  acts The chore fell to the  Planning Committee and the issue is to be discussed al an upcoming July 2. planning meeting.  a^tm ,  , EXTRA! EXTRA!  __^__f*_Y  m  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  in Pender Harbour  Until 3:0O p.m. Friday  A Friendly People Place  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council  4th Annual Craft Fair  FEATURING  Whimsical  Papier  Mach.  Fabulous  Pottery��  Raku  Wonderfu  Woodwork  Handcrafted Jewellery  Charming  Children's  Wear  Gourmet  Delights  Music  ��  Entertainment  by Inner Ear Studio  Come & Spend A Summer's Day  In The Park!  July 27th & 28th, 10-4  HACKETT PARK. SECHELT  on the sunshine coast  -...Elphinstone __  Pioneer Museum  Winn Rd., across from the Post Office  886-8232  jjyL-j  Pedals ���_. Paddles  Ai.v.N._mr wan and h  RENTALS - Mountain Bikes.  Canoes & Kayaks  Hourly, daily or weekly  Beginner Kayak lessons avail.  885*440  g    Mt/v     5648 Dolphin St.. Sechelt  "S-* |ro_ ��t  V* C**_J*-��dr  on Armouri B.__-h"  $KjA��V "On the Water"  JULY EVENTS  ��� Courses    - Eco Tours  ��� Workshops For lurther information  Beginners Welcome & registration  RENTALS - GROUP RATES     call 886-3136  I___T  si\i  RENT-IT!  1'_ -'ADA MC.  885-2848  Canoe Rentals  Daily ��� Weekly   Monthly  5540 Inl.l Ave. - Sechell  GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  And Marine Centre  * Memberships ere now being accepted  Wa offer  ��� Suiting Instruction!.  ��� Search & Rescuf.  ��� BBC. & Social  ��� Cadet/Navy Training  ��� |]n|.iMimlBo,._.ng  ��� Auxiliary Coast Gu-ird  ��� Junior Programs  ��� Fishing Derby  FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY  Cumnm-un - Ian l-arraw 886-3948  Fto-t Captain - Ray Charnberiln 88B-9BZ7  Come in and Browse  local Artwork ��� Hand Ci_fl��l Gifts  Imre-Hy ��� Mown Gin. - foliery  Krpr___.li_-S . Art Supplies; - Cardi  CUSTOM FRAMING  886-921..  Show Piece Gallery  280 Cower Point Rd., Gibson. Landing 886-9213  Coast News, July 22, 1991  13.  Featured Restaurant of the Week  k, 1  K_   1  wg *m9 \  *  '     1  4 A  The  TERRACE  at  Bonniebrook  The lawns and garden surrounding r-inniebrook Lodge set the scene aa  you enlet the Terrace it B-nniebf-ok where fresh Dowers grace each  table. The fully licenced restaurant commands a superb view of Georgia  Strait and the surrounding shoreline.  Chef Unit's and the staffs one aim Is to provide you with a memorable  dinner served either in the heritage lodge dining room or, during warmer  weather, on ihe patio or lawn.  We hope to charm you with delicious meals, all prepared to your order.  The Chefs sauces, artfully blended with herbs and other fresh ingredients  compliment each meal whether It be roast duckling, a rack of lamb, our  outstanding Seafood Medley or one of our daily specials. Even the most  steadfast will be tempted by our appropriately 'sinful' desserts.  The combination of fine food and superior service is our hallmark. The  sparkle of glass and cutlery arranged on linen table coverings in a unique  selling cannot fail to satisfy even the most discriminating.  We invite you lo dinner at the Terrace daily (except Monday) from  5:30 - 9:30 and for Sunday Brunch from 10 am - 2 pm.  FAMILY DINING        I   NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Andy's Restaurant Lunch and dinner  special- every day. Closed Mondays. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib Nighl. House  specurue- include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza. Thai food, and Iocs of NEW  dunes Don't miss Andy's greal Brunch Buffet  every Sunday from llam-3 pm. Hwy 101,  Gibsons, 886-3)88. Open 11-9, Sun. dosed  Monday., 11-10 Tues.-Sat.  Hit Boat House-Just a ferry ride away in  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood from  the West, East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us after 3 pm  for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10.30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed airnosphere and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  you'll keep coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a Terry to catch, please  1ft us know and we'll make the necessary __>  commodaiions. For reservations call 921-8188.  AD major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Plem.1 Comfortable almosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quiches and daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both healthful and  d-Hdoui, Our whole wheal 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. 4 Tues. 9am-5pm, Wed. - Sat. 9am-  9pm. dosed Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechdt,  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-9962,  Coast dub Cafe- Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for ail of our menu items. Big  burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily failures.  With a European flair, the Coast Club Cafe  offers dining al reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 3519  Wharf Ave., Sechelt, 883-9344. Visa, Mastercard and Anierican Express accepted - Mating  for 60,  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Bring the  whole family and join us for great dining al the  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons 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. to  Wed. from 3:30 am until 9 pm, and Thurs. to  Sal. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 3:30-10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm, featuring a  saumptuous salad bar, with a Large selection  of hot and cold dishes and desserts. Eat to  your heart's content. Reservations 886-4501.  55 seats plus banquet room.  Hie Omega Pfzza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view of  Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega Is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerussi, former star of  the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu includes  pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their srwialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for iwo: $20. tarnations  ratvnrnended. I -xateii in Oibaons landing at  1338 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  Lunch Mon. -Fri., 11:30-2:30: Dinner Dairy  4.9 pm, Fri. 4 Sal., U 10pm.  Hie Parthenon Gfeek Tnverna  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Secheh. We stwvuIw in Greek Cuisine, fresh  seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza. Open 6 days  a week - Tues. through Thun., from 11 am  10 pm and Fri. A Sal., II am ��� 11 pm. We are  open for lunch - try our daily luncheon  specials. Lunch is served from 11 am - 3 pm.  Reservations reamunended. We abo have  takeout - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek food _nd  much morel 885-1993 or 183-2833. KjUherina -  Hostess.  War nialBIBanl - Cozy family style  cafe with an extenave menu featuring _pec___  paata dishes, steak and seafood d_rmn.Q*ne  in and check out our daily lunch and dinner  -peoak or have breakfaat anytime. Saturday!  are Prime Rib nights. Fitly licenced. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thun., 1 am to 8 pm;  FH., Sat., 4 Sun., 7am to9pm._W5 Cowrie  Street, Sec***. 885-9811. Visa a. Maaettard  Otek House - Intimate dining and European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We serve rack of lamb, duck, crab,  dams, scallops, steaks, abo daily spedab.  Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek  Road and Beach Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6  pm. doted Mondays 4 Tuesdays. V. MC. 40  Lord Urn's Resort Hotel ��� A trwqid  view of Thormanby Mand and the Maaai*.a  Straits set the theme for a beautiful night out.  Super frit-idly people, fine mterr_��ion--.  cuisne, comfortable ___TOundings, soft musk  and good wine always add up to make yours a  night to remember. Wkh Uve music in our  lounge every weekend and rraunaMe room  rates with a heated swimming pool and games  room, all our guests fed at home and at eaae.  So, for a night out or a get-away weekend give  us a cal. Starting June 15, summer noun for  the restaurant wffl be: Breakfast 4 Lunch, 8  am to 2 pm; Dinner 5:30 pm to 10 pm; seven  days a week. For reservations or mote infor-  triation call 885-7038.  UlC Wharf ��� Open for breakfaat, hmch  and dinner seven days a week. I_rca__Hak_ng  ocean view and sunsets from every table. Continental cuiane and seafood at its best. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm. Fuly licensed and  air-corxut-roned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Pub-Enjoythe  ofJcrvbltUetwIdetaakiioneofourrnany  homeatyk -pctsc-bei In the pub; or the casual  surround--* of our fanJy reaaunm. Our  "Skookian Bursa" b a chalettge to the big-  gea appetite. Pub houn: Monday ��� Sunday,  11:00 an to 11:30 pm; Friday A Saurday,  lli��amtododnt.l_kr_hmha_m:9K��-mto  9:30 pm ��� 7 days a week. __a*eddy Pub  -located W mik north of Egmoni on Maple  Read.  Cedara Ndghbouriiood Pub -  Great food every day al day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific daily spedab,  available till 9 pm every night. We're known  for our great atmcaphcre aid good times.  Sun- ��� Thurs. open 'till midnight, Fri. 4 Sat,  open till I am. Visa, Mastercard and rese_va-  tions accepted. MMITI.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of apr*t__ers and entrees  fealuring local produce and fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, II am to II  pm with our kitchen open from II am to 10  pm. Pender Harbour. 883-1143, MC, V, Fully  SecheH Legion Branch 1140 - One of  the best bargains on the Coast every Friday  nighl is the fabulous barbequed steak dinners  served from 6 to 8 pm for only S6.50. Dinner  indudes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak served with  your choice of baked potato (with all the gar-  rushes) or cUkfcHS potBo salad. Abo inducted  is a green salad with choice of dressings and  garlic bread, Lunch is served Monday to Friday from 11 am to 2 pm. Dairy spedab are  featured along with a regular menu tha includes chicken strips, burgers and sandwiches.  Thursday is Fish A Chips day, feauring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chip* with cole  daw for only $4 55. Take out orden available.  Members and guests welcome, 3391 Wharf  Street. Sechek. 885-9922.  FINE DINING  On the sutler-  front s-th one of the mal nc____ virwi in  at-oni, ihe Marlnm' *_____ in Ml mi  Uve seafood, and abo often a r_l nnjrj of  lunch and dinner entrees. Both ment- chamc  dady, wtti deh-ot- daily spedab. Marine  Dnve, _____ Landini. m-WA. Monday to  Salurday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to Saturday:  Dinner 5-10and Sunday 59, Sundav Brunch  11-3. iOO___l V. M.C.  T_e Varna n ____atw_--w>. an  ocean panorarna. The Ten*- ar Bon-  i-rbrook, located on ihe �����_*__ at Oos-r  Poinl, of-n luperb We- Com cuWne In a  pt-iai-que and rd-__ loaje ���___. For  thcae ___m Una -ram "d ��� I*"- tun-  -rtc^-rstaw off-rn-ikxalBC food.  -ttpettry pneamd and p���aented hi t varied  menu of tfpaaan, __u_ and _meets tor  _r_h and __���_, Mm Oo*_ F_m toad to  Ocean Beach Eapanade. Our houn are: Tuee-  d��y to Sunday 5:30 pm - M0 rm.; Sunday  Brunch��� lOamJpni To boot soeaalesms.  pleaaec���I Hts__r7.  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  ttak * Gwt-'i Drive ta- Take out, or  ddrssery. Pizn, _mm, ___*, bsiraen.  -<_-n, omens, drinks, ice cream. Free rtoine  o--<ry%v_r_i4iTfca-er5pmoiVy,on$10  ���__,_-> ___i. Smal chtnje lor ordan  unt-r 110. H��y. |0I, OTr-or. IK-7II3.  ���_-_��� Coast News. July 22, 1991  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mit-.-lri._4i s.n.g-b Sun  10 1  ^5~SECHELT RADIATORS'  Complete Cooling System Service Centie  We Repair . Replace Rads Healer Cores ii (;,i^ I.ink1  AUTOS  TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  Now, Used & Rebuill  4349 S.C. Hwy.      ftrt   . . Dens-ay Mon. - Sit  Mexl to Wilson Creek Chevron Slalion 885-79811  ' PENN   Performance a Mechanical  Complete Mechanical Repairs  All Makes & Models  Specializing in Complete  Drive Train Overhauls,  4X4 Performance  Parts & Accessories  Mon. ��� Fri. - 8:30 - 5:00   Sal. 9 - 2  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  5916 Sechelt Inlet Rd.. Sechelt, BC VON IVO  BLDG  CONTRACTORS  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Cuslom Building ��� Remodelling ���Framing  Foundations ��� I lome Repairs: ��� (l.n.ral  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  BL-ID5--I  Ron Acheion   B86-864E  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Towntiouses ��� Additions - Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Ceuuiar 671 -3754 Home 886-9635  ���  Hon Hovoen Gerald R McConneii  TOM'S  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  maaaa timatbs  \ffi CONTRACTORS IIC. NO 6644  '    886-3344 ��� 886-3364  ^  Bllolda ��� Scrtana ��� Qaraga Doora * Prahung Doora a Wlrtdowa  Hlo.h��a, 10'H Pratt no.       MULMKILTON  Salaa  Qlbaona, B.C. VON IVO  nuriii  Pai:IM-��773 .  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits. FASIA, Shutters  Stont _ Brick  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message) Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-606. VON SAO  Asftward Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN _ DRAFTING  For Eslimate Call a%a_^ -a . ...  _ Hear. Ultimo,.     885-6443  A _ T ENTERPRISES: Con.truetlon ���.. vlo��  Serving The Coest Since 1985  Istli.    ..   .*>._?>       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  sW,ilUamimmB��ts     ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��������-_-.���  T. WONQ, SOX 7S1, QISSONS. I.C. VON 1V0  "HUDSON���  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  RENOVATION AND REMODELLINO SPECIALIST  CUSTOM DECKS AND DESIQN  IS YEARS EXPERIENCE   "When Quality is a I .-miy"  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ol  FREE     commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves oumJn"...  'Quality SujWT  :,aAi.NOVATION- 6 ADDITIONS  QENE-U -UILO-M  ���AOOITIONS ���FIOORINO .CEBAMIC TILE  ���CABINETS a-e.K_-ARA.ES       aFENCINO  F-a-HMia-l        .OESKlNI-0 4DRAFTINO��EriV-E��  BRUCE GIESBRECHT IM-7706  ROTTLUFF DRYWALL.  Residential & Commercial  TOM  886-9691  BRENT  886-9495  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES  lUMiMJCONCRETE  'A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating - Backfilling - Retaining Walls -  - Trenching - Landscape Construction - Drainage  24 Hour QfiG QC-f>  Service OOO-OOsJO  Boa I2?l    Gibsons  BC VON 1V0  GEN. CONTRACTORS  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS. SIDEWALKS  For quality work, callus!    B8S-7022  Swanson's  -IXMMtcl-  Ready-Mix Lid.  ,���AtMRint- ,     |������ Fin  ��� antpuin     ,���Autmni- .     ������, ��� ran   .  855-9666     I , 885-5333 ]   [8-5-22-6]  3 Hatch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, S417 Burnet Rd,. Sechelt  sma ^^a^mmWs\m^mma amams^mmmmmMmjmamam^M  All types of concr.t. work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  ���^ <3-__-tC��--t*�� Wert  namaamirj  R.  IM  SECHElr PLAN!  885-7180  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand > Oravtl  C    CONCRETE  O LTD  siasini. rnr sunsmki  TdlCJ&S "'BSONS PLANT  curbs. Ere 886-8174  coMrl  ANT   I  ___/  ELECT. CONTRACTORS  MIDWArP0WEff__  "SERVICES LTD  Private _ Industrial Electrical Contractor  High & Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135  .8839483  STK EXCAVATING LTD. D:  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Gravel    �����.     ,^f '  ��� Retaining Walls ��� elc. Sgitf fSjKw  Serving the Coasl for 20 Years $   '  "We pride ourselves on punctuality  BOB GURNEY '  886 9020 boa 1791 GIBSONS BC VON IVO  WILSON  CONTRACTING  ��� Excavating ��� Hauling  jK      ��� Trenching ��� Aggregates  TWK   886-8411    ^L%  f Mackenzie Excavating /.__/?  | Land Clearing 8, Development  Cam Mackenzie  ��F      'iff  886-3558 \%\    Nn|  CELLULAR __.-���_..  240-6314   jg$  HT* dig tha tunehlne Coaatl  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL _ RESIDENTIAL  88S-50-9  IMPROVER    ��.  LTD. lULFMOON BAY,  ���*?HS_1     POMFRET  i^jF^COIMSTRIJCTIOlM  Selective Land Clearing - Design Consulting  RRI S41 C5. Gibsons BC VON IVO  Phone: 886-8900  G & G INVESTMENT CORP.  RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT  Builder Of Quality Homes  ALLAN ��� Telephone: (604) 984-3386  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  HEATING  - Selective Logging L^ 4  - Marine Contracting        XJ_J  - Stump Removals     . Sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber WRY 886-9585  TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL BB6-8361 _  f Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  e_5  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Opart Tu__.-S_-.  5631 WharlB_.'..B-.1T1 J  PROPANE INC.  ��� Aulo Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Ouality B.B Q's  885-2380  Hwy tot. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  ��� SEPTIC flELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  a water lines Cat 416 4X4  -cuAHiNG Steve Jones    886-8269  /_���_. O      ^>      CUPS SAVE %  I fa bc ferries Schedule!  VANCOUVFR  S-CH..T P(n INSULA  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE   SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6 20 am      2:30 pin 7 30 am      3:30 pm  B30M'       4:30 9 30 M        5:30 M  10 30 6:30 1130 7:25 M  12:25 pm M 8:20 M 1:15 pin      9:15  M M���III Miaitick |ui  Lv. Earls Cove  6 40 am       4:30 pm  8.0 6:30  1030 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Sallery Bay  .4.M      3:30 pm  7 35        5:30 M  9 25 M      7:30  1130       9:30  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  8B6-7337 885-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1    siaNorlhRd Sucol rielcner l-*. PI   f-nkrin, Manm fj.  ROUTE 2 P'-' Crusicr r-wo c   Wuodcre- S C Mobile Parr  Departure  ���5:45  7:45  945  11.45  1:45  3:45  5:45  7:45  Depart  Ferry  Termlnel  814 4:11  10.11 6:11  12:11   1:01  2 08*10:00  Depart 7:30  MM     "9:10  11:00  1:00  3:00  '5:10  '6:20 tap  Arrive  5:45 1:28  7:45 3:26  9:28 5:28  11:28 6:40  "I* 5:45 rm run Saturday., Sundaye or Holidaya  ���10:00 pm run Fri., Sal!. Sun. 6 HeUdayi  NOTE: Shopper'! Leap lv. Malt 10:45 am, 12:45, ,sflES  2:45 _ 4:45 pm Mon-Sit. ���   (jut ol Town  Info. Commenls & Suggestions -116-9316 !n j0���n  These transportation schedules sponsored by  ���Via CHaalar. r-ng. Valnni ��� No _��--_-* or Oom PI. Pat-Up  MM - No 5:30 aas. 7:30 im or 0_0 pm Mrvloa Sat., San. or H__iyi  Adults Seniors Children Slurj   Comm Tickets  SI 50    SI 00      75    SI 00        Sl -5/nrJe  75 75       75 75  Sumait Agencies  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Red Carpal Service From Friendly Protaatlonalt In Sunnycreet Mall, Oibton*.  lniurinc./S^:\  Notiry  * member   ���'���'?  ,1   * 3 I  Independenl  Travel  Prolenlonlli  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Fencing <_. Decks  Painting & Electrical  Call Kim or Greg  For Estimate.  885-2610  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  . CABINETS ���  886-9411  Isriowroom Kern's Pleze.Hvty 10',  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 prrij  nm Laa   Larry Poaay  88B-3.BE . BBB-BBBB  Mon.-Sal. 9:30-5:00 PM  Showroom ��� 4349 Hwy 101 Sechelt ��� Across Irom Sunshine GM  "   '"   18 Satisfaction  Quality  COAST NEWS  ** Photo  Reprints  5X7    9.00  8xio12.00  any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  PLUS  ..-���T  '   '���.' Coast News, July 22, 1991  15.  LOOK FOR IMPORTANT  SEA CAVALTJADE TRAFFIC  NOTICE ON PAGE 1  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886-262.  Should I  should I  buy or  rent?  Should  I  buy  should I rent?  I  he answer to that is simple.  Based strictly on a dollar-outlay,  you will be belter off in the long  run to buy. But, this issue is  never as simple as dollars and  cents.  Tlie decision to buy or rent a  home i.s. for most of us, a major  financial decision. It's one you  must feel comfortable with  based on your lifestyle. If your  career advancement is dependent for the next few years on  making major moves, you may  not want to be bothered with  all the details of buying and selling in each new town.  However, assuming you are  ready to make this decision, the  easiest thing to do is compare  the cost and return of buying  versus renting over the long  term. For this case study, we  will assume your choice is between purchasing a $120,000  home or reining a three-bedroom house at $900 per month.  Your down payment savings  account now indicates a balance of $30,000, which means  you'll be able to put 25 per cent  down on this $120,000 home.  Tlie financing arrangements  are as follows: you assume a  $90,000 mortgage at 12.5 per  cent amortized over 25 years.  0r     This makes your monthly payment $96033.  To be equitable in our comparison we will also estimate  taxes, maintenance and insurance costs at $2,000 a year with  costs increasing at five per cent  a year.  Now it's 25 years and numerous birthday parties later.  What has happened to your  home investment? You've paid  $288,100 in mortgage principal  and interest, and $95,500 in  taxes, maintenance and insurance. In addition, you've invested your $30,000 down-  payment in your home.  In total you've paid out  $413,600 over the 25 years. But  you now own your home outright with a projected current  market value of $406,400 using  a five per cent yearly appreciation. This is conservative in light  of the fact that house values  have Increased an average of  seven per cent over the past 40  years.  IF I RENT SCENARIO  As a tenant you've had some  luck and found a three-bedroom  house for $900 per month.  Even luckier is the fact that the  government controls rent increases in your area to a maximum of five per cent a year. Of  course, in areas with low vacancy rate, this could be hard to  duplicate.  But you're now nicely es-  conced in your house and the  $30,000 nest -egg you had saved  as a downpayment is securely  invested at 10 per cent a year,  less income taxes of 30 per cent  on the investment income portion.  After 25 years and numerous  birthday parties, you too have  paid out money. In fact, a total  -�� Slant Sawyer  Owner/Manager of NKS  Gibsons Really and President  of the Coast Heal Estate  Association  owner, you will have spent  $413.600 hut you own a home  valued at $406,400 for a net  cost of $7,300.  As a tenant, the $515,500 in  rental fees is somewhat offset by  your investment nest-egg of  $162,800 leaving you with a  net expenditure of $352,700.  The bottom line? Ii has cost you  $345,500 more to renl.  FUTURE  Another important factor lo  consider is that for the homeowner, after 25 years, the  mortgage is paid off Expenses  for taxes, maintenance and insurance are $6,800 per year,  while Ihe renter will still be  opening his/her wallet to the  tune of $36,600 a year for rent  Investment income will compensate, hut only in the amount  of $21,100 The net cosl to Ihe  tenant is more than twice the  amount of $21,100. The net  cosl lo Ihe tenant is more than  twice the amount paid by Uve  homeowner and this extra cost  comes at a time when you are  probably looking forward to or  planning your retirement  THE TANGIBLE OF HOME  OWNERSHIP  What can't be measured in  dollars and cents is the pride  and security involved when you  own your home. For many, this  is one of the most attractive advantages to buying. Whether It's  a single family home, or a  lownhouse, ownership is the  Ik-si option, whether based on  financial facts or coming straight  from ihe heart.  Protect your business  from fraudulent cheques  of $515,500 in rent. In the  meantime, your little nest-egg  has hatched into a tidy sum of  $162,800.  THE BOTTOM UNE  Here's the crunch. How does  renting compare with owning?  Judge for yourself. As a home-  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIREO"  LANDSCAPING  MISC. 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So about three years ago  when the Canadian Federation  of Independent Business (CFIB)  came out Willi the results of a  massive study showing that the  relationship between small  business and the banks needed  a great deal of improvement, the  banks responded in a typically  defensive manner hy insisting  , lli.it all was well. The Canadian '  Hankers' Association (CHA) even  went so far as to commission a  study of its own to disprove  many of (lie complaints  launched hy OFlH's small  business members.  Well, the results of CBA's  counter-study were released  earlier tills monlh and interestingly, the study's findings  largely confirmed the results of  many past (:FIH surveys.  As a result, for the small  business customer, there's little  new in the report. For example,  CDA made much of Ihe study's  findings that 6H per cent of  small-business respondents are  generally satisfied wilh iheir  overall banking relationship.  Recently, the Gibsons RCMP  held a workshop for businesses  wanting to know more about  how to protect themselves from  break-ins At the session, many  interesting pamphlets were  available on a variety of subjects. The following information  is courtesy of the Gibsons  RCMP  Due to the increase in the  number of fraudulent cheques  accepted by merchants, the following are conditions required  of merchants prior to the police  accepting fraudulent cheques  for prosecution. Please bear in  mind that this Is being stipulated  only because many accepted  fraudulent cheques are being  turned over to the police for investigation which, due to lack  of pertinent information relative  lo the transaction and passer,  could not possibly result in a  successful prosecution on our  part.  -..ore the (iihsons RCMP are  able to proceed with criminal  investigation of fraudulent  cheques (NSF, No Account,  Account Closed, etc.), the following conditions should be  met and/or information be  available:  1) The date must be current.  Post-dated cheques do not constitute criminal offence.  2) The merchant/cashier  must witness tlie client write the  cheque or, at least, witness the  signing of the cheque. Sufficient  identification must he presented  (picture if available). In most  one cheque cases, the Crown is  unlikely to prosecute. In the  case nl a rash of cheques totalling $200 or over, then a  more thorough investigation  will be undertaken to obtain evidence to support a charge.  ..) The merchant must be  able to identify the cheque  Continued on page 16.  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Lite & Dis-hilih Insurance Planning  1 Retirement Planning       ��� Kmployee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coasl for over 9 years'  I-.WR..I.CI. K. CHAM-MCL*.  ���mm mi ii��a��a-iiiniii a--����ia-_au-  TOUM-*  HOUSE CAUS  Al Investors, we don't keep bankers  hours. Wc keep your-. So if you can't  come to us, we'll come to you.  Wc can help you put together a  written, comprehensive financial plan  that will help you reach your personal  financial goats.  If you need advice on anything from  saving taxes to investment  opportunities, call us today.  INSTANT TAX RECEIPTS  Your resident Investors Planning Team  JN W (Jim) BUDDSr.  Investors  Group  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  DEBORAH MEALIA  885-4011  J H (Jim) BUDD Jr.  885-4(111  CO  oo  BRITISH COLUMBIA PROVINCIAL  ROAD AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE  This year, the Ministry of Transportation and Highways is renegotiating contracts  in its 28 contract areas. This proposal call is for 2of these Contract Areas.  Companies may make proposals on as many contract areas as they wish, but a  separate proposal is needed for each.  The successful contractor will be responsible for direct delivery of specific  maintenance services and for ensuring lhat business opportunities for small  operators are retained through competitive subcontracting.  The schedule below outlines when Request-for-Proposals documents will be  available and closing date for each Contract Area:  Contract #  Contract Area  Documents Avail.  Closing Date  121  15  Sou i'l. Peace  Sunshine Coasl  August 12, 1991  Augusi 19, 1991  August 30, 1991  | September 6. 1991  To be considered,  proposals for any  Conlracl Area must  be leceived by 2 pm  on its closing dale at  the following address  Project Office  Highway and Bridge Maintenance  Ministry of Transportation & Highways  3D - 940 Blanshard Street  Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6  Phone (604) 387-6931 Fax (604) 356-7276  OO  Request-for-Proposals documents, costing $500.00, include a General Conrract  Informalion Package and a Contract Area Information Package. Companies who  have already purchased the General package at the February 21 st Information  Conference need only buy the Contract Area Package, at $250.00 for each Area.  These prices include G.S.T.  Request-for-Proposals documents can be purchased from the Project Office by  cash or non-refundable cheque, payable to ihe Minister of Finance and Corporate  Relations. The documents can be couriered (pre-paid) upon request. Cheques  forwarded prior to Ihe dale on which documents will be available will ensure  prompt delivery.  &'%  Province ot  British Columbia  Ministry ol Transportation  and Highways  Hon. Lyall Hanson, Minister  * Community futures  makes a difference  In March or 1.89. (lie federal  government   announced   -  $.344.000Community Futurcs  itrant for the .Sunshine Coasl  which would he dishursed over  a five year period  At that time, a high unemployment rate and a t.illt rmi_  economy qualifier.! the Coast for  the financial transfusion  The Communily Futures  Committee, a group of local  business people, had heen  working on the proposal since  1987. Their plans were to develop an economic plan for the  Coast which would boost the  economy and, at Ihe same time,  retain the much-valued Coasl  lifestyle.  To achieve this goal, they envisaged a Business Development  Centre     (BDC).     a     Self  Employment incentive program,  a Relocation Assistance program  and a Community Initiatives  Fund.  In a recent interview with  the Coast News, Sharon  Sawchuk. manager of  Community Futures, and Denise  Quarry, manager of the Business  Developmeni Centre, talked of  the impressive achievements of  the past few years.  The Business Development  Centre in that time has assisted  700 clients in a wide variety of  business ventures Statistics from  March of this year show .8 new  business start-ups evolving from  Ihe Self Employment Incentive  program: 28 loans totalling  $.-.-.(>._ disbursed from the  Loan Investment Fund which resulted in the creation or maintenance of 119 jobs; and leveraged third party loans amounting lo $1.3 million  What the statistics do not  show is behind the scenes support which has heen given to  the long line-up of clients assisted by the BIX:.  The business world can he a  confusing jungle to an entrepreneur who may have a  sound idea, bul very little in die  way of business know-how to  turn the idea into a viable business venture.  Denise Quarry and financial  analyst Pamela McKinnon help  these fledgling business people  unravel the mysteries of marketing, bookkeeping, management,  market research and business  plans.  Quarry said that help in  preparing a business plan is often a client's most important  need.'  "For a person who doesn't  have the experience in accounting il's a difficult concept to  grasp," she said. "We walk ihem  through ii, but we don't do it  for ihem. We ask them to do it  themselves because it's a management tool. If they're not part  of that process, they're going lo  have trouble with iheir business.  "What often comes from this  is their need for financing. It's to  determine whal kind of financing they need, when it's going to  he required and how they're going to be able to pay it back.  What we can determine is  whether they need an operating  loan (tine of credit) with the  bank, capital for equipment, or  to expand Iheir inventory or  working capital.  "The business plan gives  them an idea of what their financing requirements are going  lo be, as well as how they're going to operate on a day to day  basis.  "At that point, we can discuss  with them how they are going  to obtain Iheir financing. If it's  likely they're not going to be  able to obtain financing through  a financial institution such as a  bank or credit union, we are  then in a position to help diem.  We are a lender of last resort.  That does not necessarily mean  ihey arc not able to gel financing or they're not a good risk.  'We look at businesses  which are a good risk, but just  don't fit the criteria of ihe banks  because they may not have collateral-  Quarry said that hanks are  often reluctant to finance startup businesses because the entrepreneur has no track record.  At lhat point the boards of directors of the Business  Development Bank and  Community Futures evaluate Ihe  client's business plan, personal  wealth, management ability and  ihe viability of the business.  Then a decision is made on  granting a loan, and the way it  will be repaid.  BDC interest rates are comparable with the banks but the  federal government requires thai  business people getting loans  from the BDC are nol eligible  for financing through regular financial institutions or the  Federal Business Development  Bank  "When the Business  Development Centre first  opened," said Quarry, "there  was a concept lhal the business  person bad to be rejected by every bank in the area, and ii was  a very negative thing.  "But the other side of the  coin is, we don't want there to  be a concept thai we can help  anybody. There are .some people who don't have a good solid  foundation lo start a business  on.  "We look at the employment  opportunities the business is going lo develop. We have a rule  of thumb, we will lend a maximum of $5000 per job created  or maintained.  "We look at the owner-operator, as well as the job. We can  lend a maximum of $75,000 for  the lifetime of a business.  Within these constraints, it's a  qualitative decision, based on  all aspects of the business."  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  LOHQ  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local - Long Dlttanct Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS    ^h.^"co'lb.t'*  886-2664  Continued from page 15.  passer in court, and give good  physical description to police  for investigation.  .) Only material items can  he stolen (as in the wording of  the charge); thus,  labotir/services/or paying of an  account bill, does not constitute  false pretences.  5) Tlie cheque must be presented to the merchant by the  client at the same time and dale  the merchant gives purchased  material to the client.  6) Upon receiving a cheque  from a bank marked NSF, No  Account, Account Closed, etc.,  the merchant should make no  effort to collect from the writer  of die cheque.  Merchants should understand  that they can accepl the cash  from the accused after the  BRITISH COLUMBIA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY  Select Standing Committee on Constitutional Matters and Intergovernmental Relations  BRITISH COLUMBIA'S.  C,ANa4DL_N FEDERATION  We want to  hear from you!  What kind of Canada do you want to see?  What changes could be made?  The Select Standing Committee on Conslilulional Matters and Intergovernmental Relations has been  asked lo consider Ihe stale of the Canadian Federation and to consult broadly with British Columbians  lo determine their views on:  ��� the social and economic interests and  aspirations of British Columbians and other  Canadians within the federation; and  ��� the form of federation lhal can most effectively  meet the social and economic aspirations of  British Columbians and all Canadians.  The Committee is to  produce a preliminary  report and  recommendalions lo the  Legislative Assembly ihis  summer following this  first round of public  hearings.  Honourable  Bruce Strachan, MLA  Chairman  Mr. Colin Gabelmann, MLA  Deputy Chairman  CRANBROOK  AUGUST 1,1991-2:00 P.M.  Inn of the South,  Club Room  803 Cranbrook Street North,  Cranbrook  NANAIMO  AUGUST 6,1991 -1:00 P.M.  Coast Bastion Inn,  Ladysmith Room  11 Bastion Street,  Nanaimo  VANCOUVER  AUGUST 7,1991-2:30 P.M.  Westin Bayshore,  Park Room  1601 West Georgia Street,  Vancouver  KAML00PS  AUGUSTS, 1991 -10.-00 AM.  Coast Canadian Inn,  Colonnade Room  339 St. Paul Street,  Kamloops  If vou wish lo appear at  any of the initial public  hearings listed above, or  would like to provide a  written submission  please contact:  Mr. Craig James  Clerk of Committees  Room 224,  Parliament Buildings  Victoria.Bittish Columbia,  V8V1X4  Telephone: 356-2933 (collect)  Facsimile: 356-8172  charge is laid; however, are not  lo indicate charges will be.  dropped. Such settlements will  assist the accused on sentencing.  Merchants should decide in  the initial stage whether to attempt to collect civilly in small  debts court, or process through  criminal court.  7) Merchant/cashier must be  prepared lo give a written  statement to police and to have  , their employees attend to testify.  8) The merchant must be  prepared/able to advise die police the value of the merchandise purchased; if the transaction involved both merchandise  and cash, the merchant must be  able to testify to the exact  amount (i.e. $13 merchandise,  $7 cash, on a $20 cheque).  9) The cheque musl not be  altered or show signs or  changes.  10) Counter Cheques: These  cases can be prosecuted as long  as the cheque contains sufficient  information to identify the impugned account and the cheque  passer.  11) The cheque should be  presented to die police not later  than 30 days after bank clearance.  12) The cheque must not be  a second cheque in payment for  an original NSF cheque.  13) Merchants should be  aware that displaying in his/her  place of business, a sign which  indicates a service charge or fee  for NSF cheques constitutes  permission granted to customers to write NSF cheques.  This issue, if raised in court,  may very well result in no con-  vicUons.  Baha'i  Faith  The Baha'i teachings speak  not only to the spirit of  man, but to the heart...  For Iniormation  call: 8__-929 4  or 885-7259  portable  Toilet  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  AIM:  Septic Tank Pumping  Bonnlfbrook  Industrie*  aaaroa*  HSPP Tours  Amid environmental concerns over effluent affects and  spills within the Howe Sound area, Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper's Port Mellon mill Is inviting the public to tour its upgraded facility. Tour conductor Jennifer Eanvaker Is receiving  bookings and takes interested parties from overview to the  inner-workings of the $1.3 expanded plant which HSPP  claims to be one of the most environmentally friendly in the  world, following only behind Ontario In technological application In Canada.  Joel John-tonr pholo  SMOOTHER MO  MOST OF OVR BUSINESS IS  REFERRED BY SATISFIED  CUSTOMERS!  WE ARE INEXPENSIVE  WE ARE EXPERIENCED,  RELIABLE, FAST  & CAREFUL.  M-HYJ  987-86551  991 W. 1st, North Van  _____  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIB-HEMLOCK  886-7033  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  IFoimeily Gibsons Pentecostal Church)  School Rd, opposite RCMP  Sunday Si hool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 im  Sunday Night  Evening Service 7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Office (l-fi-7107  PASTOR Dan MacAuley B-G-7107  YOUTH PASTOR |. Morris (WW 499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  THE UNITED CHURCH  ,01,CANADA,,  Sunday Worslii(> Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road -1t:1S am  Sunday school ��� 11:15 am  ST. |OI IN'S  Pavis Ray Road and  Simpkins Road - 9:10 am  Sunday School - 9:30 am  Reverend Red Ramsey  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  In Greene Court Hall  Medtisa SI, Sechell  Sunday Seivices -11:00 am  A Warm Invitation To All  For Inlormation Please Call  885-2506 or 885-3688  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy. 101 at North Rd.- 886-7410  Serving Gibsons It Roberls Creek  Wednesday-10:30 am  Worship _ Bible Sludy  Sunday-10:30 am  Parish Family Cttcharist  Serving Gibsons ea  Roberts Creek  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  QViCL  ncmcnisstvi) ���jmu'iyms'iM)  CHUtpH  Sun ��� ILMIarn  St., fBltm's. Secheh  7:03  Inffomts  1IW. ��� r.JnJ-rlOTi Office  ). OWtfsVXTMStsl  ft IIS- Ult-fKVWtcO-MSS-fTO?  &  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Schedule  SATURDAY  5:00 pm, St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm, St. Andrew's (Anglican)  Pender Harbour  SUNDAY  8:30 am, Indian Reserve  9:10 am, Holy Family, Sechelt  11:10 am, St. Mary's Gibsons  T d-p-one: 885-9526  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  8:00 am-9:30 am  St. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  11:30 am  We Iriend A Warm Welcome To All  885-5019  Rev. (line Maffin  Rev. Dan Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  We/comes Vou To loin Us  In Sunday Worsh  vvsI^^WA>^^w>^^l*vkw^^>^^4�����sVl��W',  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7.-00 pm  MMMMstWHtM ^<��j����Ms>>h,v>j  599 Gower Point Road  8.6-70.9  Pastor Monty McLean  ... . Coast News, July 22, 1991  17.  ���i ���**���:  CLASSIFIED  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  _j-CTi_____Ai_a_r  ^���Prtv-ly  3. OtaHuane.  4. In Marnor-un  5. ThmkYou  6. Personal  7. Announoemenl  8. Wedtfcigi _ Engagem_ni  9. Lost  10. Found  11.Pet��_Livestoc-  12. Music  13. Travel  14. Wanted  15 Free  16. Garage Sales  17. Barter. Trade  18. For Sale  18. Heavy Equipment  20. Autos  21. Trucks  22. Campers  23 Marine  24. Mobile Homes  25. Motorcycles  26. Wanted to Rent  27. Bed. Breakfast  28. For Rent  29. Entertainment  30. Help Wanted  31. Business _ Home Services  COAST NEWS]  CLASSIFIED  32. Work Wanted  33. Child Care  34. Business Opportunities  35. Lefl-I   DROP OFF YOUR  ' THE SUNSHINE.  WSJ  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2868  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES8839551  In Halfmoon Bay  B_J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 865-3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 865-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 865-5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE8853400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  Amanda and Leah (and Sandy, tool) will be happy  to help you place your Classified Ad at Peninsula  Market, our Friendly People Place In Davis Bay.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  ONE WEEK  4  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  lor 10 words  ll,irth .   Lost &  Fount! FREE)  25 cants for etch additional word  7% GST  must be  added to all  our prices  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SELL CLASSIFIEDS  $1S up to 10 words  tl ������oh additional word  Youi ail, loalurlng t Htm, will run 4 consecutive weeks, lhan will be  cancelled unless yuu mslrucl us to renew It by noon Saturday.  Not available lot commercial advetttaera.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  GIBSONS 866-2622 SECHELT 885.3930  GIBSONS FAX 686-7725 SECHELT FAX 865.3954  Available lor public uie  SUMMDMG,  REZONING SERVICE  Barter lor pay or  hourly rate  Pender Harbour view lot, serviced  to border, uncleared, $29,900  270-2958/883-9095.       #20sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, privale. no reas. otter  relused. trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #20sr  WATERF-ONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keals  Island Try your otter. 886-2694.  #24sr  Lot 23 Central Rd. 50x105.  view, level, 3 km to lerry.  872-1064 #20sr  Drive up Trail Ave., past the  arena _ discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready lor your dream home.  Signs on property. Priced Irom  $25,000 up. #2ts  _ MUST SELL  3 bdrm., 3 bath, spectacular  view. Beautiful sunsets. Close to  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. ft. 883-9418.  988-4310, #2188  Privale only, acreage wanted!  Port Mellon to Roberts Creek.  Raw land with services avail, or  fixer upper home _ land.  886-7655. #29ss  Beautilul 18.9 acres at Middle-  point, view Irom lop ol property.  $89,000. Please call Renate Pohl,  885-9017 or at Anderson Realty.  885-3211. #28  New 1200 sq. It. 3 bdrm. rancher, large open kilchen wilh  skylight, double carport on large  corner lol, new subdivision,  mountain vie, near marina and  future goll course. 5 mins. to  Sechelt. Good home lor young  lamily or retiree. Phone 885-5099  alter 5 pm. #28  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FUME  CATALOGUE  5F8F Cowrie SI , Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 888-2899  Van Toll Free 684-8016  For sale by owner: Builder's  Special. 2 lots ��� Mounlainview  Dr., Creekside. $36,500 ea. or  both lor $70,000 lirm. Call  886-8550 eves. #29  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths. 1400 sq. It., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at  Veterans Rd. 886-8415.    #30ss  Gibsons, Gower Poinl choicest  waterlront, panoramic view, ft  acre, 581-2904 (Surrey).   #30ss  Service lot, $29,900 lirm,  Chamberlin _ Central fld , Gibsons. 886-9049. #30ss  Lease or sale lol. Gibsons Industrial park. 921-6060 evenings  or leave message. #29  Large view lot. Gale Ave. Soulh  Sechelt. Cleared, underground  services, $39,000. 885-7365  #30  Roberts Creek Well-maintained  1440 sq. II. house on 2 acres. 4  appls., large lireplace, year  round creek, landscaped garden,  privale yet close to conveniences.  $140.000.886-7710. #28  ft acre Sechelt Inlet. Boat access, crown lease with option to  purchase, $900. 1-539-2532.  #30  3 bdrm., 10 acres, solar _ water-  wheel power, Roberls Creek,  $150,000,240-9970. #30  "Fruit Treat Plus"  Clean 2 bdrm. basement home on  almost ft acre. New kitchen  cabinets, carpels, covered deck  overlooking orchard . more.  Viewing by appl. Nick Proach  885-6340. Sutton Group - Sen-,  linel Realty. #2g  MORTGAGE FUNDS REQUIRED  $180,000 - Secure Investment  Phone Rick 885-2901       #29  2 bdrm. home, garage, barn, 1  acre on Redroolls Rd., $135,000  1-984-6347. #31  f* m%\ ��  NHL(ANDY  Call Ma Far 1  MTaarrt-a-rly  Call Anytime  KtS.lim.eil.       VAN. TOLL  BUS.-s.8lo;  n__._al.l__i  Hurren, Pat and Shelly are proud  to announce the sale arrival of  number 3 "Jonathan Patrick  born July 15, weighing 6 lbs. 15  02s. Special lhanks to Or. Farrer  and his stall lor their kindness  and patience. #29  Chris and Kirsten Perry and happy to announce the arrival ol  Patrick Olat on July 3. 1991 at  3:15 pm. weighing 9 lbs. 802s.  Proud grandmothers Sandy Stor-  vold and Emily Perry ol Gibsons.  Thanks Or. Lehman. Dr. Paetkau.  Dr. Myhill-Jones. Or. Norman  and Dr. Rudland. and a special  lhanks to Paige. #29  Ormson/Valancius - Ron and  Vvonne are thrilled to announce  that Kassandra Rose Ellen arrived  safely (aller Ihree tries') on June  15. 1991 al 3:56 am weighing 6  lbs. 5 02s. A little sister lor  Megan. Katie _ Stile. Proud  grandparents Barb and Keilh  Baker, Gibsons: Walter Valan-  cius. Barb and Don Ormson, Victoria. Thanks so very much lo Dr.  Peloid. Dr. Wlttman. midwife  LI2. nurse June and all the  nurses, homemakers and friends  who helped during the 12 weeks  ol worry and bedrest. Extra  special thanks to Aunty Sonja lor  all her coaching, support and  love. #29  McGillivray - Volanda. Steve are  thrilled to announce the arrival ol  Iheir daughter Claire Elizabeth.  She arrived at 7:30 pm on June  27 at Grace Hospital, weighing 6  lbs. 14 02s. Big brother Graeme  is very excited aboul Ihe new addition. Thanks to Dr, Voshida at  Grace and Dr. Pet20ld for all his  kindness. The proud grandparents are Paul and Irene Pulie  and Barb McGillivray. both of  Vancouver. #29  6.   Personal  Do you need some inlormation to  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Inlorimtlon Service  886-5681; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coait Transition House for confidential 24 hr.  service. 665-2944. TFN  Almi Skia one ol Vancouver's  leading psychic readers will be  back on the Coast Augusi 1,2,3.  For appointment please call  886-3224 #30  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463.  'TFN  Does someone In your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  Phone us today about our selection  of  beauliful  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts _ Gems  886-2023  TFN  HELEN  ANITA  JOHNSON  Itnsscil iivvtij  (III   ,|lll)    Ii  llnspil-l. AlihiiMiit'il nNor  ii ii'tmiiu illness. Horn  Nov. !), 1015 i'rt  l.liimi'ilnii.Allii'iiii.  Survived b> liar Iota  husband Oscnr: ni  I nngdalo,  sun  Donnls  Mm lion - famll) of Ninth  v.incouvnr, sister Rita  Sili,illi' in -nil-Hill-,  sister Minnie (.111111 nl  vain Oliver, slstei' fronds  Lowns ol Pcnilclon, sister  Evelyn Bollard of  Edmonton, t Hrondsniis,  1 iiranddauyiilor f. I  l-lnnl ftrenlfli'iind'  dliughlor IH/n Ann  Miiilion. 13 WtHlkS.  fiiniiiil \t;isi al SI. Antics  embolic        Church,  AlilioKlonl on Jul) III.  Crcinnlliin Donations in  Cniifiillnn (.1111 it Society  sincerely niipm laiod,  Adull children of Alcoholics or  dislunclional families please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 lor help.  NC  ��� ���������_���������������_���  BROOKS . MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  FtiendlV Paints     p.. ,  in All  Colouts 01  trie Rainbow    /,  Including Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT __  _��  _u  A  Bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Reward lor inlormation aboul  missing hall ol dk green sectional chestertield. other hall  found in water outside cabin at  Calson Creek. 885-5523.     #29  Black _ white male kitten. Davis  Bay. Lasl seen Davis Bay store.  White paws, belly. Black mark  right hind leg. Please call  885-4624. Reward #29  Set ol keys wilh crystal on chain.  Around or near post ollice. Gibsons. 886-2625 #29  Locking   gas   cap.  885-3138 or 865-2557  Black.  #29  Grey male Manx cat. around  Mason Rd. area. Short haired.  885-2291 days. Ask lor Diane.  885-7240 eves or msg.        #29  12 ft. aluminum bok boat with  9.5 Johnson motor. Lost in Halfmoon Bay near gov't wharl.  885-9600. #29  Grey & white cal. in area of Payne  & Hwy. 101. Lasl ween wearing  white collar & name tag Tippy.  Please call 886-7313. Reward.  #29  Bag ol yarn on Davis Bay beach.  886-7916. #29  Young female tiger stripe cat.  Found at BMX track in Wilson  Creek. Still has stitches Irom  spaying. Not more than 6 mos.  old. 885-9030. #29  Piano Tuning  repair., appraisal.  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Near new Sojin piano  Beautilul  sound. $1900 OBO 886-7561  __5N  9 pee   Pearl drum kit, Savian  cymbals, $1000 obo. 886-3627  #31  Top $ paid lor any military Items,  firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #33  Road worthy scooter, moped or  motorcycle. Older models OK  883-9177. S.OOapprox       #30  In Halfmoon Bay. While rabbil  with brown ears, nose _ paws.  885-2889 all. 6 pm. #29  Pure bred Black & white rabbil.  866-3140 #29  6 mos black lab male puppy.  Small  brindle  coloured  dog.  #29  Garden Bay Hotel ind Mirim  Pub open lor lunch and dinner.  Entertainment nightly. Restaurant  open 5 pm. Gilt shop, marina and  boat rentals. 883-2674.  883-9919 #33  Heal Estate Inspection Service  investigate belore you investl  Comprehensive written report on  insulation, roofing, plumbing,  electrical, chimney, structural  foundation and infestations  886-8585 #32  5.  Thank You  Dear WITS.  I love my apple Iree  Thanks  Judic  #29  Many thanks for a Super Birthday  tea: lo my relatives lor all their  work and to my many Iriends lor  coming lo help me celebrate  Pearle tretheway  #29  My lamily and I want to thank the  many, many friends for their  cards, notes and contributions in  Lome's memory. Also to thank  the staff ol all the organi2altons  and Drs. Cairns _ Farrer lor Iheir  terrific support when Lome was  ill and when he passed away  There are no words to thank you  all enough. We miss him.  Amy, Florence. Norman  and Tom Blain  #29  Thank you lor Ihe sundeck Hope  we'll both enjoy #29  6    Personal  Active retired prolessional  engineer interested in nature,  animals, Ihe sea. the arts, ethnic  foods. Desires lor a lasting relationship, a petite well educated  outgoing happy lady ovei 55 to  love and to spoil. Musl have a  keen sense ol humour, appreciate good living, wines and  spirits and be Iree lo travel  Please reply soon to Box 361 c/o  Box 460 Coasl News. Gibsons.  BC, VON IVO. #29  Exercise and dance lor all ages.  Have lun. stay healthy. Call  Deborah. 886-8324 #29  HORSESHOE 6AY PARKING  Monthly "Call 925-3012  #33  Astrologer Jill Kirby  Consultations by appt  Classes for beginners  886-7730  #30  neutered. 885-3447.  11. Pets&  Livestock  PET FOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL. NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more.  Ouality Firm 6 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then & Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101. Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions  NC  Mature couple seeks home on  rental-purchase by Sept 30th  NC, NP, NS. Reply to Box D. c/o  Coast News. Box 460, Gibsons  BC #30  Child's mini brix building sel.  886-2147. #31  Commule Capilano College. North  Van. beginning Sept. 2. Call  Alice 886-3277 #31  A used double stroller in good  shape. 885-7775. #29  Free lo good home. 1 yr. old  lemale spaniel cross. Spayed -  had shots. 886-3780 #29  Hot water lank. 865-7903.    #29  16. Garage Sales  Sal. July 27. 9-3. No 3. 1416  Nor 1 rr Rd. Large variety, no early  birds #29  5950 Skookumchuk Rd.. Sandy  Hook Tools, cast iron healer,  hardwoods July 27 & 28. 10-4  pm. #29  Sunday, July 28. 10-4 pm. 214  Prall Rd. near Rosamund    #29  Sat., July 27. 11-3. 1413 Sunshine Coast Trailer Park. No. 24.  Baby clothes. #29  HAY $4 OO/Balt  WhoU Otis $5.00/56 fel.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  S3.50/b_-  Ph-ne 615-9357  #TFN  DAHLIAS  LILIES  Summer  blooming  perennials  -:00 am lo _-_0 pan  I It-aul Man. e\ lun.  MELVILLE  COTTAGE  GARDENS  1685 Tyton 1W, Sechelt  (Noil-off  1 Ktl , Sir  >ss lull.-,  Help reduce Ihe  population problem  neuter your pel.  pet   over-  ���  spay or  NC  Shiatsu. Accupressure. pain  reliel and stress reduction Phone  Jerry 885-3233 lor appt       #30  NEED  HELP?  ��� Hesiim.s  ��� Ollice Reliel  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  WE find Ihe people  YOU get (lie ;o_ done  WESTCOAST  WORKFORCE  886-3759  aflfSlSm  Anyone who witnessed the se  quence ol events at an accident at  the intersection ot Shaw Rd and  Hwy. 101. Ihe entrance lo Sun  nycrest Mall on the 2nd ol July.  1991 at 3:45 pm. please call  886-4588 #29  Al's Horseshoeing Service  Experienced, dependable,  prompt Phone 1-978-1920.  #30  Rabbits tor sale  Flemish giant  cross   Chincilran   giants  #26ss  886-9500  Horse boarding, lull board only  Roberls Creek Phone 886-2744.  886-8144(messages]        #29  Must find good loving home tor  orange neutered  male cat  by  September 30   Well mannered  family pel All shols 883 2982  #29  P/B English Angora bunnies.  reds _ choc Also, breeding pan  chocs 885-7083 Leslie        #30  Misc English hoise lack 23 inch  men's Appo load Dike, like new  886-8522 #30  18. For Sale  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  Nintendo with Metal Gear . Nes  Advantage. Four Score & cleaning kit, $140 obo 885-4650. #31  8 It. insulated aluminum canopy.  $250: 2 bikes. $20/ea.; One  VCR. $100.886-4942.        #29  Kenmore washer _ dryer. $150  ea. or $250 pr.: Hotpoint serl-  cleaning electric stove. $450:  Whirlpool System 2000 Iridge,  $700 886-7371 #31  8 pee bdrm. suite, (twin beds),  golden oak linish, $695: sol-  oak antique dining room table, 3  leaves. 6 oak chairs, $250: genuine sleepy hollow' chair, $65:  padded rocker chair. $60: adjustable la-z-boy recliner _ ottoman, $100: typewriter/TV  table, locking castors, Iwo  leaves, $50: Zenilh Space Command 14" colour TV, remote con  trol, like new, sacrilice $250.  cosl $499: exercise bike, $50.  Phone 886-9619 eves 5-7 pm.  #31  Bulfel hutch, 26 "RCA TV, couch  8, chair, la-z-boy chair (beige),  twin bed with bookcase headboard, microwave stand, bar  umi. stereo stand, curtains.  885-6025 #30  BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  silver,  bank notes  08-79*5  Cedar Shakes.  custom   cut  885-5601  T/FN Camper canopy, 5th wheel hitch,  walerbed, single bed. high boys,  any size Will,' dry lire wood 886-2637 #30  885-5669   or  TFN  INDISPOSABLES"  Filled Cotton Diapers  Al�� Available  . Crib _ Changing Pads  . Nursing Pads  . Breathable _ Waterproof  Nylon Pants  . Designer Patterned Nylon  Pants  . and many other baby  product*  Call Kathy Reid 885-7526  Speed Oueen automatic washing  machine, gd. cond., $135.  883-9650 eves, 266-7478 Ivs.  msg #30  Fresh cherries sold at stand daily  on Hwy between Seima Park _  Sechelt $1 per lb Orders taken  lor canning or freezing. Watch tor  our apricots, peaches & plums.  885-/855 #30  Omega 500, 2 disc drives, color  stereo monitor, printer ace Lots  ot software. $950 885-6239.#30  rTt'  Come And See The New layoul  We now have a book nook to  hang oul in and a load ol new olde  fools For Olde Times' Sake  Sandy Leach. Piop 886-8261  #29  Is there anyone in Gibsons sutler  ing Irom Cancer or a relative ot  someone with cancer who would  like to be part ol a support group7  Call Peter at 886-2904 #29  Elphinstone  Trail Rides  ( >   ( .   For AH Ages  (let uuKkyfrom  the fust pace tif lilt:  Take a ride to //�����  peaceful mountain  ctf Elphinstone.  We also do over-  111y1.ll Mils.  Call 886-7467  586 Prall Road  Electric guitar  pedal, both  8863009  with  distortion  new,   $350  #29  42" Solid oak pedestal table. J  chairs. $395: apl size Ireezer. S  cu II. used 6 months. $290  surler suit, new 42 custom  Rowland made. $90 886-8226  #29  American Springer Spaniel. 4  yrs, lemale. spayed. Iree to good  hme 886-7491 #30  Wanted Norwegian Elk hound,  mixed, lemale 685-5523     #29  White Emden goslings  hatch Phone 885 2789  Match  #29  woooturning  hy  Ocry KM,  Come visit me and see the lurningl  demonstration   Sunshine Coast! siud Buck, biecdmg Ice, $20.  Cralt Fair. Hackelt Park. Sechelt.I 885-2819 ring awhile, stall or  Peacocks. Hens  sale 886-7727  S Chicks lor  #31  Sal. _ Sun . July 27 _ 28. 10 4  #29  Em vclnpedi-  Bril_iinica  Will III' ill  SUNNVCREST MALL  WED TO SAT  July 24 ��� 27  Our m\ mil' -inkiIiiI  1'.lllliil rilli-i  corral chocolate with russet legs  #29  SPCA (OR ADOPTION  Gentle   English   Sheep   dog.  lemale Young Sheperd X. male.  Cals _ kittens 885-3447.     #29  Old-style Hammond upright  piano Solid wood, good cond ,  $2000 886 8286 #30  Bed chestertield, $175. Chester-  held. $175. lea wagon. $30  8868487 #29  Hand cralled silk llower bouquels  & boulineers _ extras tor a wedding For more into please call  886-8929, Vicky Leave  message #29  7ero clearance fireplace. $250,  matching dresser & drawers,  $150 pair, rocker recliner. $75.  886-7333 #29  Free VIC 20. accessories when  purchase colour video monitor  $250. matching chrome Iloor &  table lamps, table lamp. $50 ea  5 light chandelier. $25  886-2614 eves #29  Sola bed. $100. colour TV. 21".  $100. 2 kitchen tables, 3 chairs.  8853523 #29  12x60 loot house trailer, suitable  lor workshop, $1000. Inglis  washer ��� dryer. $150 set  885-5466 #29  Sola. love, rocker. 2 end tables,  colfee/tootslool table, $500:  Onan generator/propane, $2500:  twin bed, $50: bird cage. $20.  wardrobe, $100: child's desk.  $40 885-5057. #29  Solid wood 5 pee bedroom suite  In very good cond. $325  886-3767 #29  Game Boy with 3 game battery  pack _ View Boy. $140 obo  865-4650 #31  Aqua VW van, 78 lor parts,  i $100: oak head _ loot boards,  ', box spring & matt, $150 Lve,  'msg 885-3891 #29  ! Large chest  playpen, $20  pm.  Ireezer.   $100:  886-2205 alt. 6  #29  Cedar hot lub with pumps, lilters,  timer, $450 885-5607 eves #29  A beautilul baby crib practically  new, sacrifice only $275: also  21" colour TV with remote control, $75 886-2727 #31  Complete sel ol diving gear Like  new, $500. 885-4818 #31  Wooden dingy 3x6 wilh oar locks  & oars. $75 886-2040        #29.  Set ot bunk beds.  $175000 886-2079  cond .  #31'  USED RAILWAY TIES  For Retaining Walls  886-8204  #34  Heavy duly electric log splitter,  19" stroke, trailer trame. $2500  obo. 937-5847. #30  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120  Back _ extras. Mint condilion,  886-4886, #33sr  Firewood lor sale. Limited supply  ol seasoned alder, split and  delivered, $65 a truck load  886-8894, #29  BARK  MULCH  for landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc  Trucking to be  paid by customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 886-70*3  (1 to 4 pm) _  .<�����_____-_ 18.  Coast News, July 15, 1991  MINTEMDO-SEGA  Sales ��� Rentals - Trades  NEW _ USED  NEW  Hockey Cards  Baseball CardsV  Football Cards  Basketball Cards  Accessories  Bud-ik's  Video _ Music  IK-MI  104 Teredo Square. Sechelt,  New 3 Ion engine hoist,  knockdown style. $500 Cost  $1200.885-2544. #22sr  Fresh prawns available.  $4.50/lb. Call 886-8615.   TFNs  Inglis white stove, 30", reconditioned, $175.886-9511.      #29  Weider ��� weight bench, multi-  use, new, $150.886-3009. #29  $1000 worth ol Redi-Lawn lor  $800. Vou pick-up. $1 80/sq  yd. 886-3513 or 922-6166.   #29  Viking 30" coppertone. sell-  clean stove. $359: Gurney while.  30" stove, $349: Gurney  Chalelel 30". HG stove. $389:  Kitchen id Superb, built-in  dishwasher, top of Ihe line.  $379; Gurney 16 cu ft. 2-dr.. FF  Iridge, Harvest Gold, very nice.  $449; Weslinghouse 16 cu. tt.  2-dr. FF very nice. $439; 30"  Speed Queen Chatelet 30" almond stove. $429; and more, all  reconditioned. Guaranteed lor SO  days lo 2 yrs Corner cupboard.  885-4434 or 885-7897.        #31  GOOSE BERRIES  Limited Amounts  886-4520  #29  1965 Plymoutri Turismo. H/B,  2 2L. 64,000 kms. new battery.  exc cond , $4300. 886-8109   #29  74 Dodge Dan Sport aulo. 318.  runs good. $700.886-3009 #29  1980 Malibu  886-3558.  Classic.  $2500  #29  Oak vanity cabinet. 2 doors, 2  drawers. $75; china cabinet,  $50; I buggy, as is. $20; 3 car  seats. $10 each. 886-8988   #29  Solid pine modern bed frame,  double size. $250 OBO  886-2417. W0  Sony Camcorder, 8mm, good  cond.. 1 yr. old. $550. 886-2077  Ive. msg. #30  TROPICAL FISH  ��� ALL TYPES ��� FANCY ���  Large Angels  Breeding Pairs  886-9890       #31  34 Colliers Encylopedlas, includes bookcase. $300; BBO  -Ige, aulo roltisery _ tank, $200;  Long brown couch, $150;  dresser, 4 Ige. 4 sm. drawers,  $75: Single bed _ headboard.  $50; small china cabinet. $30.  Dresser vanity, kitchen table _  leal. 886-7370. #30  J.EDAIL  1x6..  1x8..  2x4..  2x6..  4x4..  ..23<  .30-  ..30C  ..4S��  ..6S��  8" bevel 40<  2X4 20<  2X6 32<  2X8 46<  2X10....68<  ALL PIIICCS pert LIN. FT.  MILL NON LENGTHS ONLY  Gibsons Mobile  Saw Service  886-3468  '79 Pontiac Sunbird. runs. $200  OBO. 885-5692. #30ss  New owner needed lor baby blue  Volkswagon stalionwagon. Born  1972 in California. I'm in good  shape and lonely. $2000. Call  883-9063 daytime. #29  1966 Studebaker Wagonaire.  sliding rool. mini cond.. complete  history. $5900.883-9990.    #29  1984 Sunbird AC. PS/PB. very  good cond.. $3100. 885-1905  after 5 pm. #29  1987 Toyota Corolla GTS Sports  Coupe. Pewter grey. 54,000  kms., one owner, exc. shape.  $10,500 or irade lor same yr.  Plymouth Voyager ol Dodge  Caravan. Ph. altar 5 pm  886-8009. #29  1981 Pontiac Acadian. 4-door  hatchback, runs well, no rust  $1280 885-5178eves.        #29  '81 Subaru. 5-spd.. good cond  $700 OBO 4WD 886-9862. #29  1984 '-' Car. 56,000 miles Irom  new. cloth inlerior. six stater,  am/lm. service history. $3750  886-8836 #2g  1978 Pontiac Grand Safari  wagon, top ol the tine, factory  mags, cassette, recent rubber _  brakes, good shape, $1500 OBO.  886-9449 #29  '87 Deluxe 24' Motwhome, exc.  cond. 886-6481. #23sr  1989   camperette.  885-5492.  $800  #28ss  79 Merc. Monarch, 2 door  coupe. 302 auto, p/w,  P/Moon/R etc. New brakes, all  round good cond., $800  686-8894. #30  1986   Plymouth   Reliant.  maintained. 885-7575.  76 Volvo stalionwagon. $1200  885-3849. #30  '84 Volvo 244 GL Turbo. 4 spd..  with overdrive, P/S. P/B,  P/Locks/Wlnd./Ant. AM/FM  casselte with 4 speakers. Exc.  cond.. reg. servicing. $7200  886-7653. #30  '69 Ford Falcon. 2 dr.,  auto. $800.886-3291.  i cyl,  #30  Plastic 45 gal. barrels, $5 _ $7;  25 lb, galvanized Danlorth anchor. $30. Household items. 25  cents _ up. Also lur coats _  fashion clothing, girls 10. ladies  12, 50 cents to $600. Also  costumes. 886-2152. #31  22 cu. ft.  886-3755.  deep freeze. $125.  #31  11 monlh old Iridge. $650;  dishwasher, $225; electric stove.  $175; car top carrier, $100;  woodstove. $175; china cabinet,  $50; 2 bikes. $50 each  885-5107. #29  Firewood, split and delivered.  Buy now lor winter burn.  885-6227. #29  10" Delia handsaw, $525 OBO  886-3126. #29  GOLF CLUBS Full sel, Wilson En-  voys, 4 woods. PW-up. New  Titleist pro bag, $400 lirm.  886-9449. #29  8' chestertield & love seat, $175  & $125; 19' Lightning on trailer  needs paint & mast, $350: 76  Aspen, 61,800 orig. mil., needs  water pump and brakes, $350;  used tires, various sizes, $10  -$25, Phone 886-7668 eves. #31  Crib, high chair, baby bath tub.  All tor $45 obp. Baby stroller, like  new, $15.885-7903. #29  Pool table w/all access. Inc. top  quality Snooker _ 8 balls, $300  obo: black _ white couch _ chair,  $75 obo: red braided large oval  rug, $100 obo; gold area carpet,  $75 obo; wooden office desk,  $40.886-7304. #29  19. Heavy  Equipment  Bedroom  suite,  $200,885-9491.  queen  size.  #30  Sklar-Peppler hide-a-bed, $250  OBO: yellow cedar cradle, $175;  rowing machine, $150; queen  luton, 7ft" mattress & cover,  $110,886-8362. LIKE NEW. #30  300 sq. ft. F/G Deck kit; used  rugs. 12x39 _ others; steel  garage doors, 8'x18'; king size  beds; wood mast _ boom lor 18'  boat. Phone eves. 886-7668. #30  Coch boots, size 9, near new,  $65; 410 shot gun, $80.  886-3108. #29  Fresh: Halibut, Rock Cod .  Snapper ��� Gibsons Gov't Dock  ���Pandalus. #29  Browning auto rifle 308 win cal  wilh 2V< Redfield as new. $575  obo.886-7591. #32ss  17-30' seasoned & peeled fir  logs. 885-2630 aft. 6 pm.    #31  Utility trailer, 750 gvw, 4x8, gd.  cond., $300. 886-8846.       #31  I Aploo canister style Electrolux  vacuum with power head, $75.  885-4740. #31  Thermos, 30,000 BTU, BBO,  three shelves, propane tank,  $175 like new. Call 885-4740.    #31  Wanted: Old wooden windows _  Iwo screen doors. 886-3158,  eves. #31  Rattan table, $40; 3 drawer desk,  $25; 5 gal. outboard gas tank, j  metal, $20; water skiis, gd. |  cond. Phone 886-9346 aft. 4:30. [   #29si  II yr. old Kenmore vacuum, new'  motor Nov. 90, $125;  tablecloth lor round table; car  tape deck, $125; London Fog  ladies' winter coat, size 14, dark  brown, lined $75. Ph. 886-3221  aft. 6 pm. #31  BOBCAT _  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  TFN  1973 IH 12 yard tandem dump.  Certified and working, 90,000  original miles, S7500 B83-Z747.  #29  25 HP diesel 4-WD Ford tractor,  front loader, 800 hrs. $10,000.  885-4832. #30  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape, otters.  886-3306. #31SS  1987 Volvo 740 Station Wagon,  low mileage, all options, 3rd seat,  extra set ol tires - perfect family  car, $18,900. 886-2963.     #30  1984 Nissan Micra, 53,000 km.,  lady driven, exc. cond., $3800  obo. 886-2984. #31  '80 blue Pontiac LeMans, still  running S only $500. 886-2599  or 886-2764. #29  1986 Ford Taurus, all options,  new tires, 75.000 km. 885-2777.  #32ss  1980 VW Rabbil, new clutch,  rebuilt motor, exc. cond., $2800  885-6108. #31  76 Plymouth Fury, needs a few  bits, super motor, $350 firm.  885-2819 ring awhile. #29  1980 T-Bird, P/S, P/B, A/C,  C/C, lair cond., good tires  886-7335. #31  1965 Pontiac Custom Sport, 2  dr., hardtop, rebuill 327-350 HP.  Immac. Interior. $2300.  886-2694. #24sr  '84 Honda Civic 15O0S. 5 spd..  s/root, lilt, am/lm cass.. nlce  car. $5500 lirm. Pay no qst  885-5948 eves. #30  1982 Chevy Scooter. One owner,  very low mil.. 21,000 km,  $2900. 885-9064. 886-4698.#31  1988 Ford Mustang. 1 owner,  47,000 kms, $7200. 886-7955.   #3t  1981 Lada auto., recent checkup, new battery, starter.  886-2361. #31  1975 Prowler 20 ft., reasonably  good shape, asking $5000.  886-7097 aft 5 pm.        #34ss  76 Paiklane tent trailer. Sleeps  6. stove, sink, ice box. porta-  potly. awning, exc. cond.,  $1750. Consider trade up lo 17'  or 18' travel trailer 886-3374  after 5 pm. #29  1973 VW Camper, good cond..  $1100 OBO 885-3220.       #29  73 VW Westfalia van, stove,  tridge. sink, sleeps 4, pop-up  rool, gd. cond . $2500 OBO.  886-8986. #29  Husky 1979. exc. cond., many  exlras. 11ft It., $3000 OBO.  886-3401. #29  1973 Jayco 30' 5th wheel with  hitch. $6900.885-4862.      #29  MV. Blacklisti. 24' Owens, well  appointed large flsh Hack. Coasl  Guard Inspected, moorage park-  In., hydro paid tin Dec/91,  featuring new Swann auto anchor pkg.. new LMS, 200 ml  Loran C, new tenders . brackets,  "Wong lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swlmgrkj. new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500.885-7977.  #28sr  WANTED: Travel trailer, 20' or  less. Preler Big Foot or  Travelaire. Phone 886-7322. #30  1975 Dodge Maxl-Van, 3-way  Iridge. stove, lurnace, toilet,  sink, $7300. 866-3306.    #31ss  1969 Valiant, slant six. runs well,  make an otler. 885-7755.     #29  80 Civic. $1500. 885-7744.  #31  1986 Chev Spectrum, 72,000  orig. kms.. clean, sunroof,  stereo, 5-spd.. $5000 obo.  886-3077. #29  '53 Ford sedan. 1 running, 1 lor  parts. 886-7727. #31  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parts only 885-2207.        #28sr  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl., 4  spd.. limited slip, good cond.,  $8500.885-5444. #28s  13 Scamper trailer, clean, gd.  cond, $2500. 686-3222. #31 ss  Vanguard 8 It. overhead 3-way  tridge, lurnace, stove, hyd.  lacks. $2400.885-4632.     #30  27'-1977 5th wheel trailer, lully  equipped, $11,800 obo.  886-7488. #31  79 GMC bus, 18 It. new molor,  asking $4000. Exc. shape.  886-7727. #31  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.  cond., 1000 kms., asking $2300  or trade. Phone 886-4690. #20sr  Squire sidecar, Iwo seals, brake.  Will Install, $2200 OBO.  885-7430. #27s  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., garage kept. $8000.  886-9595. #25ss  1982 Kawasaki KOX 250. gd.  running cond., $650 obo.  885-3374. #28ss  1965 Yamaha virago 1000, exc.  cond., 9000 kms., $3400. Phone  alter 5 pm, 866-6009.        #29  I960 Honda Cuslom 900. Otters.  886-6074. #30  1986 Harley custom sottail, 7000  mi., like new cond., $12,000.  Will consider spd. boat as pari  Irade. 886-3575. #31  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 rental would be im  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the adver  tisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Coast Ntwi  I will therelore nol accept such,  discriminatory ads. TFN  Pr O-iilorial MM Storage  HF.W BUILDING  886-8628  1982 Honday 450 CC Night  Hawk, gd. cond., $900.  685-5607 eves. #29  'anted to Rent  17tt. K 6, C F/G runabout, rebuilt  60, lull canvas. CB, sounder,  plus extra, EZ toad trailer, all In  gd. cond. $2200.886-8846.#31  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resorl  883-2456. TFN  1979   Camaro,   exc.  $3000. 883-9165.  shape,  #23sr  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good. $1900 OBO. 883-9165.  #23sr  1987  Camaro.   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond.. or trade for  best backhoe, $8500. 886-7013.  #25s  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B, S5500BO. 886-3641. #24s  Bulldozer  1953 DZ Cat,  cond., $6000,883-2929.  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  ind Towing  866-2020   TFN  70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, parts avail., $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slanl 6,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000.886-3841. #22sr*  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B, $550 OBO. 886-3641. #24s  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO  883-9234. #27sS  79 Buick Century SW. V8 auto,  maintained, clean. $1200  886-9460. #29  P205-75 R14 Tiger Paw tires on  Ford mags, $150. Set ol 3.  886-7736. #29  Won In contest - two brand new 9  pee. bedroom suites, black marble finish or oak _ brass. Value  $3400/ea. asking $2500/ea.  Inc. delivery. 886-3513 or  922-6166. #29  Couch, loveseal, coffee table, 2  end tables, gd. cond., $500.  885-2291 work, 885-6465 home.   #31  Will buy non-working fridges and  stoves. 885-7897. #31  ������aaaaaa  SAVE:  20-80% :  COASTLINE *  ��� USED AUTO PARTS-  4 cyl. from SIM      ���  6 cyl. Irom $271      S  V-8 Irom SIM       J  "Machanic On Duty���  LoweitPrices     ' !  ���-riu-nanavauii !  ��r_-_i,ism_i :  Vdu' Caibuteuta Rabult From _  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs work,  parts. 885-2207 #28sr  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covers, 886-9500  anytime. #23sr  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old, lowered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value. $15,000 or  trade up/down for Toyota 4 Runner or equivalent. 866-2694.  #25ss  1983 Ponliac, good V6, AM/FM  cassette. $2300. 885-7029.   #32ss  1982 Toyota Tercel, exc. cond.,  $2900 obo. 886-7738 or  886-2833. #28ss  1989 Toyota Tercel DX, 5 door,  exc, cond., 34,000 kms.,  Michelin tires, $8500.886-2417.   #30  '87 Mustang 5L LX H/B, 22,000  kms. Cruise, T.Tops. stereo,  louvres, warranty. 885-7280  eves. #30  '87 Chevy Cavalier S/W. Low  kms.. exc. cond., $5995 OBO.  886-7041. #30  1979 Buick Regal, very good  cond., $2500.886-8286.     #30  1979 Honda Civic. New CV joints,  timing belt in last year. Good  cond., $500.885-2608.      #30  Dependi.- Used Can  Centurion Aulo Sales  5645 Whart, Sechelt  Mike Plimley, 885-4004  #30  1962 Chev. ft Ion pickup. Runs  okay, $600.885-7029.     #32ss  "HIAB PROPANE"  73 GMC 7 ton 18' steel deck,  366 V8, 5 spd., on propane  HIAB, 550 crane with extention  outriggers. Comes wilh 2 speed  rear _ 1 ton spring packs. $5800  OBO. 886-7227. TFN  72 Chevy 6 P/U w/ranopy.  $500 OBO. 686-3134. #29  1985 Ford Explorer supercab.  4x4, 30O cu. in., 6 cyl., 4 spd.,  Lina Bed AM/FM cass., must be  seen, $10,500 OBO. 886-7163.  #29  1983 Bronco XLT 302 auto,  48.938 highway miles, $8500.  883-2465. #32  1990 F150 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT, 17,000 kms., Lariat,  lully loaded . extras, $20,500.  886-3767. #30ss  1972 Ford - Ton P/U, canopy,  some rust, runs well, $600.  885-9089. #30  79 Ford F250 4x4, 351, 4 spd.,  am/lm cass., very clean. Great  cond., $5000. 885-5948 eves.  #30  '89 S10 canopy box liner, 22,000  kms,, $7900.885-9223.     #30  466. Now $399  1971 Chevy Van, 6 cyl. auto,  drives decent. Insulated _ panelled. Not a rusl bucket, 886-7227.  TFN  22 loot Sangster twin Volvo legs,  lots ot extras. $3900 OBO  886-9741. #30ss  17ft ft. Hudson Glasscratl with  75 HP Merc. OB. Also, stainless  steel trailer with big wheels.  $3200 080. 866-2331 aft. 5 pm.  #29  Highliner trailer, like new, 1000  Kg, 14" lires, $1700 OBO.  886-3001. #30ss  24' F/G boat with trailer. 6 cyl.  mere. I/B 0/B, lull equip. VHF.  CB; dingy, enclosed head,  FW/C, $8500. 886-8440.    #29  24 tt. Reinell hard top, rebuilt let,  brand new exhaust manifolds,  $10,000 or good olfer.  988-5385. #29  "WANTED"  Welded aluminum dinghy. Good  cond., 883-9380. #30  18' Davidson sailboat. New main,  new cushions, new bottom paint,  exc. cond., $3850 firm.  885-9333. #30  KG-.LT  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain llll Mum.  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.   TFN  E-Z-Loadir Trtht. Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. TFN  WO. Sutherland Sites md Sir-  vlee. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser & Yanmar 883-1119.           TFN  16' Work/Pteasure/Heavy duty  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towpost, heater, view  Smltty's Marina, $3200 (otters).  886-2567. #28ss  22' Sangster, 302, VB, 888 Merc  leg, molor rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard top, trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. #22ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very lasl and in top condition,  surveyed value $8500. Otters &  trades considered. 886-2738.  #32sr  F/G boat, trailer, 6 HP, 0/B, gas  tank. Complete, $600  885-2965. #32sr  Waterlront cottage required lor 2  wks. in September. Gibsons  ���Roberls Creek area. 732-8407  alt. 6 pm. TFN  Wheelchair accessible, 2-3 bdrm.  home, Sechelt area, by Sept. 1.  926-4165. #30  Small cabin, secluded spot, $300  max. 886-7592. #30  27.  Bed &  Breaklast  Close to terries, 5 nights a week  $25/nlght. No Friday or Saturday. 886-3134. #29  28. For Rent  Adull Townhouse  New, view. 2 bdrm., 2 balh, 12  monlh tease, rels. Jim Munro,  886-2277. #29  Gibsons, brandnew1620sq.lt.,  3 bdrm. townhouse, covered  balcony, 1ft baths, soaker tub,  skylight, 5 appl., mini-blinds,  carport, $950 mo. 230-4099.  #29  RV spaces, Gibsons area, quiet  landscaped sites. Full hookup,  cable, telephone avail.. $200 mo.  elec. Incl., 686-7051. #29  Near new spacious 2 bdrm.  townhouse, central Gibsons, 1 ft  balhs, 4 appl., 1500 sq. ft.,  ! $895 mo. Call 886-3313 or  531-0690 collect. Avail. July  15/91. #29  REDUCED  Was $2606 new $2000. 16ft'  F/G boat with trailer. 7' beam,  new seals. steering, (2) to gal.  built In gas tanks, 885-4019. #29  Rooms  $120 Per Week  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  Gower Point, Gibsons, 3 bdrm.,  W/F house, main floor avail.  Sept. I. $995 monlh.  1-299-5452. #29  8 It. Davidson libreglass dinghy,  exc. cond., $500,885-4764. #29  25' comlortable lamily cruiser,  Chrysler Volvo I/O. bridge deck,  stand up head, VHF sounder etc.  View berth, #523 Horseshoe Bay,  $11,500, tor quick sale. Call  1980 GMC crew cab, 1 ton, 4WD,  winch, $1500 OBO. 886-2568.   #29  '82 VW Westfalia Diesel, new  motor, clutch, tr. brakes. No  rust. $7900 OBO. Phone  885-4571. #30  1978 Ford Supercab Irailerlng  special Lariat. Radial tires, 460,  auto, air, canopy, brake controller & hitch. Ready to travel.  Clark Miller, 885-4143 eves.  $4200. #29  1983 Volkswagon Rabbil GTI,  California car, (no bullet holes)  154,000 Ireeway miles, orig.  paint, garage kept, sunrool, loaded, shuttle deck, white  w/burgundy Interior. $5000.  Phone 886-7214. TFNs  '81 Buick Skylark, nice shape,  really goes, $875.886-3108. #29  1972 Ford LTD, 2 owners, exc.  cond., $1500.886-6866. #31ss  1986 Ford Ranger, std., stereo  cass.. 1 owner, only 34.000  kms. Exc. cond., $6000 Firm  866-3303. #30  1981 Datsun Kingcab 5-spd.,  sunrool, canopy, jumper seats,  very gd. cond.. $2250.  886-8487. #31  Nearly new libreglass work box  tor small type pickup, ph,  885-2789. #31  1977 F350 welding Iruck. No  machine, steel deck, gd. cond.,  $5500 0t)O. 886-4698. #31  1977   Jimmy  886-3921.  4X4,  $3000.  #31  1980   Renault  886-2840.  LeCar,  $200.  #30  1986 Ford F250 4X4, 300 8-cyl.,  4-spd., P/S, P/B, new lires,  brakes, carb _ shocks. Very gd.  cond., $9000000.886-7938.#31  76 Ford 4X4 crew cab, gd.  cond., $2800.883-2929.    #30  79 Ford F250, 300 cu. In,  6-cyl., $1200 Obo. 886-3846.  #29  1978 Bronco 4X4, P/S, P/B,  body exc. shape. Strong truck  runs well. $3500.886-8441. #30  Salllln F/G fully equipt. dingy, as  new, $700 obo. 885-7941.   #31  24' Bayliner boat, 186 Merc  motor w/leg, exlras, $9500.  883-2661. #31  For sale: 30' Rawson Sloop,  diesel powered, 883-1112.  #29  14'   F/G,   50   HP   Evinrude,  w/traller, $2200 Obo. 886-3013.  #31  Floats 8'x10', $450; and I8'x8,  $800.883-2199. #29  10 It. Achilles Inflatable. $1200.  Ph. 885-5702. #31  22 ft. HT225, I/O DS, VHF, compass, winch, 2 down riggers, 3  rod holders, head, $5350 with  electronics and DR, $4450  without. 886-4690 after 5 pm.  #.588  Rubber raft: Avon - Rover R3-40.  max. 15 HP, ft price, $2200.  885-2306. #28ss  18' Davidson sailboat w/ trailer,  $4500.886-3558. #29  B ft. Aqua-Dory unslnkable  dinghy with 1.5 HP seagull 24"  shaft OB engine, barely used,  $475.886-3235. #29  19' Sangster 470 Mercruiser  I/O, new spare leg, 1 yr. old.  Spare motor, complete sounder,  CB, VHF, trailer sports yak,  $6500.883-2749. #30ss  Must sell 20' F/G boat, near new  lull canvas, 350 V-8, fresh waler  cooled. Reducled to $6600; large  12' aluminum boat, 20 HP Merc,  elec. start, loads of exlras  w/traller. $1750; 9x9 lent  w/tloor, $85; '69 Chrysler 440  motor, asking $850. 885-7738.  #29  Top Notch Marine Electrical  Electrical - Electronic Repair  Service - Installation  6 Month Guarantee  $25 Per Hour  Free Estimates  BB3-9364  #31  Bon trailer, l-merrude, ad-  justible for 10-14', $200.  886-8846. #31  PARK SPACES  Sechell & Gibsons  Singles _ Doubles  For inlo call collect  885-6340  Gower Point, Gibsons. Large 1  bdrm. garden level suile, W/F,  $650 per monlh. 1-299-5452.   #29  1 bdrm. furnished. Avail. Sept.  1, Hopkins Landing, view. $600  mo. 886-3562. #30  2 bdrm. apt., Lower Gibsons,  new  building  with  laundry  lacilities, $770. 886-3420.   #30  Executive 3 bdrm., Roberls  Creek, main llr. house, 5 appl.,  fireplace, skylights, $990/mon,  Arthur, 885-9859. #30  1 bdrm. new, near marina, Gibsons. Bright. $500 plus. Arthur,  885-9859. #30  2 bdrm. $650 plus ft utilities.  Gibsons. Preler N/S. Basement  suite. No pels. 686-3625.    #30  Apartment in adult-oriented  building. Central Gibsons  886-9038. #29  Roberts  Creek  Hall  avail.,  dances,  parties,  weddings.  Yvonne 886-7615. TFN  STORAOE  Heated, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transler Ltd.  686-2664. TFN  Devil Bay, WTIion Creek Hal.  Aw-ible. WheHcruIr HcHrtln,  885-2752,885-9863. #35  Room tor rent in view home,  lower Gibsons. N/S, utilities included, $380 month, weekly rate  available. 886-8097 or  885-3971. #29  #TFN  USED HOMES  FROM  $12,900  597-3322  #TFN  '78   14x64   mobile  $24,500.886-7013.  home,  #25ss  ONLY $19,500  12x56, 2 bdrm., mobile includes  slove, Iridge, carpets _ drapes,  very, very clean. A musl see.  Set-up In S.C.M.H. Park.  ASKING $25,000  Bright, airy, clean, 2 bdrm.  mobile. Backs on to green belt.  Includes appl., carpets, drapes.  Vendor says SELL! Both these  homes are located In Gibsons'  finest Mobile Home Park. Pad  rent, $190 monlh. 886-9826. #30  BRAND NEW  $49,900  Buys a roomy 3 bdrm. 14x70.  Inc. 3 appl., drapes, vaulted ceilings, bay window, plus more!  Family park, good rent, Nick  885-6340. #29  New log home, Roberts Creek, 2  bdrm., 2 baths., 4 appl., cable,  non-toxic bldg. materials, sky  lights, decks, trees, creek. Furnished or unlurn., $800/mon  plus utilities. Rels. 886-2883.   #31  Cozy Roberls Creek cabin, wood  heat only, $300 plus util. Avail.  Sept. 1,886-2457. #30  Avail. Aug. 1st, bright, large, upper suite, 1 bdrm., new carpets,  view, $550 plus. 886-3484 aft. 6  Pm- #31  Avail. Immed. 2 bdrm., lower  suite, yard, part view, $600 plus.  886-3464 alt. 6 pm. #31  3 bdrm house, Gibsons, avail.  Immed. 885-6149 aft. 4:30. #31  Furn. bachelor suite,  near marina. Avail.  $350.866-2933.  Gibsons  immed.,  #29  DOUBLE WIDE  $52,900  Very clean, well kept, 2 bdrm. on  nicely landscaped pad. Deck with  ocean view _ storage shed in  lamily park. Viewing by appt.  Nick Proach 885-6340 Sutton  Group - Sentinel Really.       #29  Kr     In Stock it  ENMAC      aide  Oil Filters, Batteries, Tins,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jiv it 886-2031  Industrial Shop 3p.es  For lease. Will bulk) lo suit. Upper Gibsons. Barry 886-8204.   #34  Aug. 1, Davis Bay, 5 bdrm, 2  story, alt appl,, private, view lot,  $950/mon. Lise 886-8206 or  866-2277. #31  Quiet long term tenant wanted lor  moder 1 bdrm apt. 4 appl., tire  place, close to tranportalion,  $400/mon. Write Box 195,  Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0.       #29  3 bdrm. house wilh view, West  Sechelt. Avail. Sept. 1st,  $700/mon. 885-2791.        #31  Gibsons, close to ferry, great  view, 3 bdrm., avail. Aug. 1st,  $850.936-5588. #30  FAMILY WANTED  Mom, Dad, Children  3 bdrm. 1ft bath., lamily room,  wood healllator, breakfast nook,  dining _ Irving room, 3 appl. Upper Gibsons, avail. Aug. 1st,  $800/rnon. 886-9826.        #29  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving-in inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance &  repairs  ��� Collect the rent _ damage  deposit  ��� Disburse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving-out Inspection  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/relail/industrial  steel building in Seamount  Park. 28x52' with mezzanine, office, washroom,  shower and overhead crane.  Two large bay doors, easy  access, security fenced.  Contact Steve Sawyer.  Avoid ill the hassles and  problems, ind lor hill 1  plttinco, call thl Property  Minigiment Expert, Stive  Siwyir it  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  SUPER VIEW - large 3 bdrm. 2  storey townhouse, central Gibsons, all appl., avail. Sept. 1st,  $850.886-3013. #31  Waterfront home spacious lurnished bdrm with private balh,  sharing tenants, tv, living room _  kitchen. Monthly, $365  885-3409. #31  Vancouver one room In shared  suite. Fraser Broadway area  876-6231. #31  1 bdrm suite, $350/mon. avail.  Aug. 1st; 2 bdrm suite, avail.  Sept. 1st, $475/mon. Both  within Sechelt village. 885-3982.    #31  Sept. 1st, 2 bdrm, main floor  w/vlew, washer _ dryer, $750  886-3732 or 886-4942.       #31  3 bdrm mobile on large private lot  w/2 additions, $725/mon. immed. OCC. 939-8898. #29  FOR LEASE  Gibsons  650 Sq.ft.  Retail Space  733-9883  ���"���_"_���*-- - Coast News, July 15,1991  19.  3 bdrm. house, Fawn Rd. off  Redroolls Avail Aug. 1, $650  683-2301. #29  Semi-walertronl cottage, Davis  Bay, N/S. N/D. $650 mo., includes hydro. 885-3835.      #29  3 bdrm. home with a view deck,  upper half ol duplex, all appliances, inc. washer _ dryer.  Avail. Aug. I or Sept. 1. Davis  bay, $800 mo. Call eves, only,  885-6096. #29  3 bdrm. waterfront house, Seima  Park, $850 mo. _ utils. Refs.  885-2046 or 921-8960 leave  message. #29  Light indusl. unit. 750 sq. It,  Shaw Rd., Gibsons. Avail. Sept.  1.921-6751. #30  2 bdrm. 14' wide mobile on  private lot, $495 per monlh.  Avail, now or Aug. 1. 980-7534  call 10-11 pm. Chaster Rd. area.   #29  Avail. August 1, one 2-bdrm.  view apt. _ one 1-bdrm. ground  floor apt. 866-9038. #29  1 bdrm. suite in new building,  Gibsons. Avail. Aug. I. $600 incl. heat . hydro. 886-3098 or  298-5215. #29  Modern 3 bdrm., W/D, F/P,  Creekside, Gibsons. $650 plus  util. Jim Munro. 886-2277.  #29  2 bdrm, Gibsons, appliances, No  Pell. August 1st, $800/mon.  883-9650 eves, 266-7478 Ive.  msg. #30  Large 4 bdrm. house, waterlront,  lower Gibsons, 5 appl. 886-7491.  #30  Mature responsible person  wanted to share view home in  Davis Bay, $350 per month plus  heat. 876-2363 eves. 865-7233  wknds. #29  Large one bedroom suite in new  waterfront home. Secret Cove.  Ret., N/S, $450/mon. 885-5919  or 520-3200. #30  Gibsons area. Nice 3 bdrm home  on 5 acres. Near ferry, includes  drapes, dishwasher, w/d. extra  storage shed, avail. Aug. 1 or  move in now. $800.1-436-3613.  #31  Ground level suile avail. Aug. 1st  In quiel neighbourhood. N/S.  N/D, no pets. Suit retired couple,  $500/mon. 886-3575.        #31  29. Entertainment  VAUDEVILLE - learn Ihe art ol  laughter . old fashioned entertaining fun,Ihrough workshops .  actual experience. No talent or  experience necessary all ages  welcome. First workshop Ireel  Sept. 7th, Sat. 10 am. Instructor  Susie Francis. Lots ol lun. For inlo please call Nikki Weber  885-9091. #29  30. Help Wanted  30  Help Wanted  Wedding    phetegrapkars.  IN  COMPUTER  ARTIST  lai-mr-n Experienced  ���������o-M_dr--iri  computers  In the  ���TBS  Illustrator  _ MS Word  NEW opportunity Make up to  $500 or ,nore per week Assemble our products. 24-hr. recorded  Inlo. gives details (604)  623-2011 or (604) 520-6444.  #29  $12 - $18/hr. working Irom  home. Send SASE to: JC&C  Holdings. Dept. B, 1054  Lakeland Village Blvd.. Sherwood  Park. Alberta, T8HI82.      #30  DENTAL ASSISTANT  Position becoming available for  mature, career-minded, experienced chairside, preterably  certilied, who seeks fulfilment in  an environment that values  mutual respect, personal growth  and long term personal care. Applicant must be pleasant,  energetic, sell-motivated and  people-oriented. For details  please contact Elspeth Tyson at  885-2246 and/or provide handwritten letter with resume to Dr.  Frank Berger, Midcoast Dental  Clinic, Box 1100, Sechelt.    #30  Help Wanled for Scanmar  Seafood. Accepting application  tor grading crew. Some experience necessary. Send application to Box 3, Egmont, BC or  tax to 883-9014 alln: Heidi.  #30  Part-time postion al the Gibsons  Medical Clinic. Responsibilities  include reception, switchboard,  tiling and other sundry duties.  Previous oflice experience and  ability to work under pressure  desired. Please send resume to  personnel manager, Box 638,  Sechelt or deliver to the Clinic by  July 26,1991. ��9  Student Needed  Duties: Office clean-up,  light  mechanical work in boal repair  shop al marina. Phone 883-1119.  #29  STAY HOME EARN MONEY!  Variety of Jobs available. Earn  $400' per week. Call 24hr.  RECORDED message lor amazing  Iree details. (604) 691-0520 Exl.  A74; ��1  Kiwanis Village Care Home require! casual care aide. Musl  have L.T.C.A. certificate. Send  resume to: Kiwanis Village Care  Home c/o D. Pearson R R. 1,  S7, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO.  #31  ���MTEIMCRWUfTED  Full time, y. around  employment. Salary  negotiable.  C_flM_r .-wib.-:  1171  Kiwanis Village Care Home is accepting applications lor Director  of Care. The successful applicant  must be currently registered with  R.N.A.B.C ./or R.P.N.A.B.C.  minimum 5 yr. nursing experience al supervisory level  preferred. Closing dale for application Aug. to, 1991. Send  resume to Kiwanis Village Care  Home c/o Marie Connor, RR 1,  S7, Gibsons. BC, VON IVO.  #31  EARN MONEY Reading Books!  $30,000/yr. Income Potential.  Details. (I) 805-962-8000 Ext.  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Piano player needed  for senior care horn-  to play "old lavorites" on  Tuesday or Friday  afternoons in Sechelt.  Do you play pool or  shuffleboard? A local  teen centre needs  someone to demonstrate  these skills to their  participants. All  equipment needed is  al Ihe cenlre.  Drivers needed lo  transport people to  medical appointments  locally and In Vancouver.  Expenses reimbursed.  Promotional asslatant  needed lo dress up in a  costume and help  promote Ihe blood donor  clinics lo the shoppers  in both local malls at the  end ol August.  FOR THESE AND MOflE  OPPORTUNITIES,  PLEASE CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE B85-5881  A service lunded by  The Ministry ol Social  Services and Housing  CY-308.  #29  7T1  WrUF.W-d  GIBSONS  Temporary full-time  assistant Cosmetitlan.  Experience preferred  ...but not necessary. Will  train the right person.  Please aend Resume to  Pharmasave, S-3 C26,  Qlbaona, B.C. VON 1V0.  Alln: Lauralee (Cosme-  lilian). No Phone calls  31   Business &  Home Services  Complete Bobcat Servk-i  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-6538  TFNs  Pit's 1 Ten Trucking  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree  removal, hauling. 7 yrs. experience, reasonable _ reliable.  865-6255. #30  Grass Cutting, Trimming, Rotolilling. Brush Cutting, Fertilizer  Grass Seed Spreading & Wood  Bucking. Low Rates. Call Power  Lawn Mowing 886-7989'.     #33  Dental receptionist with previous  dental knowledge required lor  busy office 4 days per week. In-'  terpersonal skills most Important.  Apply to Dr. Bland Inc., RR#2,  Gibsons. BC VON 1V0 with handwritten tetter, resume and letters  ol reference. TFN  Electrolux Canada Ltd. looking for  sale _ service representatives In-  your area. Call Mr. Farnsworth at  980-6507. #30  Helper lor part-lime yard malnt.,  male or female. Student acceptable, 885-2373. #29  Experienced Iramers and experienced lead hand. Exc.  wages. 885-2774 Irv. #29  "DAY CARE SUPERVISOR''  Qualified Infant Toddler Educator  required lor Teen Parent Education Program, starting late  August: lull-time position during  school year.  Qualifications: experience  working with teens: day care administration and supervisory experience would be an asset.  Please send applications by July 31 to TPEP Coordinator, RR2,  S13, C15, Gibsons, VON 1V0.  #30  Exp. waitress needed for Jade  Palace Restaurant. 886-2433.  #30 J  Yard Milntirunce Company  has a position lor 25-35 hrs. per  week available immediately.  Looking lor someone responsible,  with a knowledge . Interest In  gardening and can drive a standard truck. Please conlact Lorraine or Bill. 885-9041 #30  Responsible person for casual  part-time work (will not suit student hours). Apply at Gibsons  Family Sports. Sunnycrest Mall.  886-4635. #30  Wanted: Drivers with Class-4  licence. 886-3333. #29  SUMMER EMPLOYMENT  Required Immediately: Front desk  clerk. Please apply in person at  Lord Jim's. #29  LIBRARY CLERK  Gibsons . District  Public Library  Part-time. Iwo days per week,  $7 50/hr. to commence Sept. 3,  1991. Dulles include processing  periodicals, book repair, tiling:  assist wilh overdues, reserves,  displays, processing books.  Musl be flexible team worker with  aptitude tor detail. Preler library  training and experience. Applications to: Gibsons and District  Public Library, Box 109, Gibsons.  BC, VON 1V0. Deadline: Augusi  3,1991. #31  Milter Painter: Knowledgeable  and competent all facets of colour  consultation, Interior, exterior,  furniture linishing, etc.  865-6263. #30  We cut grass . haul trash. Ph.  886-7892. #31  Lawn, Yard . Tree Servicei  Branch mulcher s bushwacker  available. 885-9284. #31  BATH BAY RENOVATIONS^  Interior - Exterior  Commercial - Residential  All Work Guaranteed  Relerences Available  8 Years  ol Prolessional Service  Ph: 886-8667  ^X Leav  ,    Leave It To Us su  _jy     Lawn _ Garden  v  3[ Clean-Up Maintenance''  "-*     Own Equipment  Good Rates / Senior Discounts  Call Laila _ Mara at   886-3694  |:.!M....P.lJA.d  GIBSONS  Part-Time cainier  Weak-Ends Only  Starting In Sept.  Please send resume lo  Pharmasave #122  Sita 3, Comp. 26  Qibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Attn: Debbie  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal,  Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Going Away?  For thp BEST ,n HOUSE  and PET CARE  Exterior Mslrrtsnince And Repair  Siding ��� Soffit Overhangs ��� Gutters ��� Down Pipes ��� Decks ��� Retaining Walls ��� Painting ��� High  Ladder Work . Commsrclst ���  Rssidsntiil ��� Free No Obligation  Ouoles. 886-2616. #29  KAYNOR  Need help lo clean up?  884-5324  #29  weeoaiting, brushcutting. etc.  Skip's Maintenance Service  885-2373. #30  For Ires eslimates on renovations,  add-ons, decks, etc. Call Sound  Constructional 885-2887.    #30  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  TFNs  Gel the )i- deaa riot- Ike first  time urpanby to glass. No fob to  big sr inal. Cat Ray M5-63M.  Mean In msg. #30  Experienced tutor available July _  August, limes and rates flexible,  elem. or secondary. 886-9381  #31  OOOJOBS  Painting - Plumbing  Home Repair  Reasonable Rates  Alt Work Guaranteed  John 885-3159  #30  For a bay window, a winding  stairway, a line cat door, or just a  hand crafted house, call Rob  Kosnlg, Journeyman Carpenter _  Un-Conlraclor. 883-2882.    #29  HANDYMATT  ���Carpenlry ���Electrical ���Plumbing  ���Fencing _ Landscaping ���Painting ���Trouble Shooting.  Reasonable Rates. Call Matt  Small 886-8194. #31  For quality work on decks,  skylights, stairs, renos, or new  homes built. Call Tony lor free  estimates at 886-2954.       #30  HANOYMAH  SCHWA CONTRACTING  Carpentry, Bait and Blown insulation, Drywall, Painting,  Carpeting, Linoleum, Patio  Stones, Hauling. All work  guaranteed, Alan, 886-8741. #30  P��_  LAWN I GARDEN  MAINTENANCE  Cut. weeded . haul-a-way's. Call  886-3107    or    886-2312.  Messages left will be promptly  answered. #29  33. Child Care  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 months to school  age. Fun tilled caring environment with ECE certrf-d staff.   #31  Caregtving as a career, interested  in doing childcare In your home?  The Northshore Daycare Registry  can help you get started.  885-6323 #29  For 2 boys aged 6 _ 8 tor belore  _ after school. 7:45 - 9:00 and  3:00 - 5:15. your house or mine,  Sechelt area Phone 885-3288  after 6 pm. #30  $ COAST NEWS tf  CLASSIFIEDS  jg.    886-2622    __,  9    885-3930    9  Local Amway distributor is helping many persons earn money  working two to four hours a day.  We can help you. Call 885-7144  or 886-9479. #30  Franchise available - new mall  North America's fastest growing  food concept No exp.  necessary. Full training given.  Turnkey Edelweiss International  Franchise Corp. Call Regional  Director George Brockhurst  746-7620 or Wayne Hampton  275-3354 #31  Excavation business. 1978 450C  John Deere in good shaped.  1975 Chevy 6500 series, ramp  truck, fuel tank, power saw.  Everything to get started In  business. 886-3821 ah. 6 pm.  #31  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   f\  power��� iruck moumed !.". ,  EOUIPMENI It    i\  BESr POSSIBLE RESUUS    Ife/',  JUST ASK AROUND'        ____���  886-3823  A DIVISION OF KEN DEVIIES  a SDN FlIKHCOVEMNBS  PLUMBING  Renovations - Repairs  Hotwaler Tanks  24 Hour Service  886-3463  DISCOVERY TOYS  Moms - use your experience with  children servicing your area wilh  educational toys, books, _  games. Flexible hours. No  quotas. Start for Xmas now. Call  1-758-4/08 #32  #31  Handyman with pickup, skidder,  lor brush clearing, scrap  removal, etc. 885-3670.      #29  Man . 1-Ton truck wilh hydraulic  lilt deck will do rubbish removal,  landscaping, tree removal, hauling etc. 7 yrs. experience,  reasonable 4 reliable. Pal,  885-6255. #30  Back on the planet liter building  our own place: Rob Koenkj, finish  carpenlry, fine housabul-Mng,  woodworking, consulting and  design 883-2882. TFN  Fumhlne Daycare  Quality, dependable care giving  lor your child. Preschool like full  day program or limited 4-hour  sessions lor children 30 monlhs  to 5 years. Spaces are available.  For more inlormation call Glnnie  886-3377. #30  15 yr. old available lor babysitting  any time. Sechelt area. Call Son-  la, 885-4162. #29  Invitation to Tender  In aooordanoB with tint Mini .in of li<iiis|K)iiHiiiiii  mil Highways Ad, SMiim 49 (I), sreifcil Hinders arc  invitwl lor Hie -illi-vinji:  Project No. <)56<MMMK)I  Location: Hiu.i-.ny 99, Squainl.li - VVhlsltor, B.C.  HiUhwii, 101,38 km north of Sultry Bay  Description: Supply ami placement of fi.Oiiini  concrelo guardrail ami removal of tnisiiug 18"  concrete guardrail In slut k|iilr.  Sealed ii'iiiiiis, (.niii|ilrii'ii in accordance witli tin  Conditions of Tender on llio forms provided, will lie  received hy Hie Ministry of Iransporlalinn and  Highways at Howe Sound Dislricl Oflice, 1690 Main  Slreet, North Vancouver, B.C. V7.I IE., until 2:00 p.m  (local lime) on August 8, 1991, when lenders will be  ni-tned in public.  A security deposit / surety liirl bond will not he  required (in accordance with Uie conditions of Uie  lender.)  Tender documents complete with envelope, plans,  sijeclHcallon. antl conditions of tender are available  free of charge ftiiin lite Minislty of Transportation mill  Highways Howe Sound Dislricl Office, I Will Main  Street, North Vancouver, B.C. between Ihe hours of  8:30 a.m. In 12:00 p.m;, antl 1:00 p.m. In 4:30 p.m  Monday In Friday, excepl holidays.  Where required, paymenl for contract documentation  shall be made by certified cheque or money order,  made payable lo lite Minister Finance and Corporate  Relatiiins.Ali purchases are non-refundable.  Tor further inl'rirmaiimt contact Mr. M. Martens hi  (004) 987-9311, or lax (004) 660-1200.  Tlie lowesl or any tender will mil necessarily he  accepted.  Province of  Britich Columbia  Ministry nf Transportation  and Highways  Honourable Minister  Lyall Hanson  APPLICATION FOR  PESTICIDE USE PERMIT  BC Hydro - Transmission 2590 Barnett  Highway, Coquitlam, BC, V5H 3P2, Telephone:  469-8800 is currently applying for Pesticide Use  Permit #105-539-92/94 to apply: Roundup  (glyphosate) to up to 677 ha. of transmission line  rights-of-way throughout the Lower Mainland  area for the purpose ensuring safety clearance  (fires), public and worker safety. Applications  will be made by cut-n-treat, hack-n-squirt, capsule Injection, and foliar applications including  wipe-on. The applications will be undertaken between 01 January 1992 and 31 December 1994.  Copy of the permit application and maps may be  viewed at BC Hydro, 2590 Bamett Highway, Coquitlam, BC; or contact L. Hayward at 469-8800.  A person wishing to contribute information about  the site lor the evaluation of this application for a  use permit must send written copies of this information to both the applicant and the Regional  Manager of the Pesticide Management Program,  Lower Mainland, 10334 - 152A Sleet, Surrey,  BC, VSR 7P8, within 30 days of the publication of  this notice.  BC hydro  fjS^rotti. of our Service  FRSEDOM  MQVB  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District of Vancouver and  situated at Bargain Harbour.  Take notice that Christopher Kluftinger, of  Madeira Park, BC, Chef, intends to apply for a  license of occupation of the following described  lands: Unsurveyed foreshore fronting Lot 7,  Block 8, Plan 14494, Dist. Lot 1362, Madeira  Park, from a post planted 9.14 m west of SE corner of Lot 7 thence 73.15 m south, thence 3.65  m west thence 42.66 m north, thence 5.48 m  west, thence 30.47 m north, thence 9.14 m east,  and containing .043420 ha, more or less.  The purpose for which the land is required is a  dock and float.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to the office of the Senior Land Officer,  #401 - 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC, V5H 4M4.  File #2405353.  DON'T  JUST DO IT.  DO IT UP  RIGHT.  Bank on continued Trom page-1..  while more or less dismissing the oilier Sl per eenl who are  still dissatisfied The report concludes that "dissatisfied clients  tended lo he higher risk business" - in oilier words, a lew  gripers upset hy ibe fact lhal Ihe hanks won't loan them  money.  According to Catherine Swill. (Till vice president of re-  search and chief economist, tht- level of satisfaction (oi dissatisfaction) hasn't changed much over Ihe past II) years "It's a  serious problem that Ihe hanks have largely chosen to ignore," says Swifi.  "A one-third dissatisfaction level would lie enough lo press  most common-sense businesses lo change their thinking Tlte  hanks, however, Willi (heir enormous powcr-hase in must  region, of this country, continue lo gamble dial die dilfU ul-  ties they face with unhappy customers will remain a minor  Irritant. It's litis rigid and arrogant view-point which lias  made progress virtually impossible "  Here are jusl a few highlights of ihe CHA report:  1) "Any problems which may exist between Ihe customer  and Ihe hanks are largely due to poor communications." In  other words, il's okay lo gouge the customer ihrough lighter  restrictions and higher service fees, as long as they know  alxiul il.  2) "We're really nol making a lol of money (two to five per  cent) from these loans to small firms." Not true. Whal die  banks don'i mention is Ihe extra income they receive from  each small business account, such as service fees, mortgages.  RRSI's, personal loans, Canada Savings llonds, elc.  3) "(food credit conies from a good track record."  Although this may sound reasonable, Ihe term "good track  record" is so discretionary lhal Ihe right of refusal remains  solely in Ihe hands of the Individual hanker.  And so on If ihe CHA was even marginally as concerned  aboul improving relations between itself and small business  as il is about deflecting criticism, some long-overdue changes  could he finally realized. Instead. Ihe hanks seem content to  live In the pasl And during these recessionary times, limiting  small business development puis limits on us alt.  First cavalcade  continued from page 1.  By the way. tlie pirate theme  and and hoat idea was stolen  from ilit Seattle Seafair Pirates!  Our first boat was "built" by  Martin and Joint Higgs, Dill  Scott, and myself ai the  Government Wharf. Our first  powdcrman was Ihe laic Matti  Hutaca.  Our first Sea Cavalcade was  Notice Board  continued from page 12.  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the  third Tuesday ol each month. 885-2332 or  886-2457 lor more inlormation.  Wanna Dance? So then put on your dancing  shoes and come and join us! We're lha  Sunshine Folk Dancers and we meet every  Tuesday al 7 30pm at the Dougal Park  Stage in Gibsons. A nominal charge ol $3 is  made to cover Ihe costs of obtaining original  folk music Irom around fhe world as well as  occasional specialized workshops.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi  Health Unil, 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons  Thursday from 7 to 9 pm. Everyone we-ome,  no appointment necessary.  "New Beginnings" is a Iriendly social group  foi widows and widowers (and othei experiencing loss) which meets every other  Thursday afternoon al the Sechelt Health  Unit. The purposes ol 'New Beginnings" are  lor making Iriends. sharing inlormation and  ideas, support and encouragement - lor  someone lo talk to. II you wish further information (and lot next meeting dale) call 885-  5164.  3C's Weighl Loss Support Group meels  every Thursday evening, 6:45 to 8 pm at Ihe  United Church. Glassford Rd.. Gibsons. Info:  886-7159,  Fridays  United Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  church oft Truman Rd., open Fridays, I lo 3  pm.  The Sechelt Public Library will be open every Friday Irom I lo 5 pm.  Saturdays  Artists _ 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  meeling every second Sunday at Rockwood  Lodge al 7:30 pm. Phone 885-3381 or 885-  7088 lor lurther inlormation. Open for all  ages.  Secheh Summar Fun  Sponsored by Bethel Baptist Church. July  2 - Aug. 23,9:30-12:0011-3:30 Monday to  Friday (ages 6-11 years), $3.00 per day. For  more inlo call Tracy Jardine 885-2454 oi  885-9065.  officially opened by W.A.C.  Itennell. then premier of llrilisli  Columbia. As a mailer of fact,  the signed wooden plaque is in  the (iibsons Museum. I made il  and il was lettered hy Dave  I'inkney.  The committee members I  can recall include Moira  Clement, Bobbi Cramer, Bill  Scott, John Wilson. Pete "The  Greek" (later, and proudly. Tele  Ihe Canadian), Chris Hummel.  Doug Carniichael, and Ron  Cruice.  In all ihe years that 1 was  affiliated witli the group, we all  worked hard for a common  goal. Which was to provide a  midsummer break for tlie local  population.  Over ibe years we had Indian  Canoe Races. Tugboat Races,  I'ara Sailors, and Country  Dances at tlte "Little Ilit" ranch  There was no dance floor, so  we laid plywood on the ground  and a hall was had hy all  One year - 1980, 1 believe -  we were really surprised when  il came lo blowing up tlie boat  See, usually we'd use four  charges, each one set off by a  slow-hurtling fuse We'd he  smoking cigars, we'd each light  a fuse, then swim lo the pick-up  hoat.  But Ihe powdcrman dial year  was afraid! He wanted lo sel ihe  explosives off electrically.  Anyway, he wired all four  charges together and when Ihey  went off.....!  The blast went through  (iibsons like a hurricane in  terms of which windows il  blew out. The town wound up  paying for $.000 wortli of  glass! Il wouldn't have  happened like thai if we'd done  it our way.  I'm sure there are many  others wilh memories and  stories of iheir own, hut the one  Ihing I'm sure of is thai no one  ever thought It would last this  king!  Tlie original concept is still  there. 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