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Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  91.8  THE SUNSHINE,  ^*-| THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  READ J.M. SHERMAN  ON PAGE 3.  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  Gibsons, B.C.   886-2268  Vs  50C per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  Augusts. 1991  Sea Cavalcade a  great success  Same time, less than 100  feet from each other, one  youngster explores life in  the marsh Tom Sawyer style  while another takes her  horse through Ihe paces in  this year's Sea Cavalcade  Gymkhana horse and rider  events. The rodeo and a return engagement of Muddy  Bill's mud race extravaganza  took the place of logging  sports and swim events. The  Cavalcade opened and  closed with traditional hoat  hlow-ups, crowds at Holland  and Oougall Park were entertained by a wide variety  of artists and events, and  wrapped up Sunday afternoon with a Mexican festival  iu Holland Park.  Joel Johnstone photos  Coast resident in  Pan Am Games  Twenty four year old Steve  Frisch of Gibsons Is In Havanna,  Cuba this week, with lite Pan  American Rowing Team and  will represent Canada at the Pan  American (lames August 7 to  II. He will be rowing in the  Men's Eight and the Men's Pair.  While the top Canadian  oarspeople will not compete at  the Pan American (lames he-  cause of a conflict with the date  of the World Rowing  Championships (Vienna,  Austria. August IH to 2 .) the  caliber of the Pan American  team Is very high and several  medal performances are anticipated. Also, due to the very  small size of both the Canadian  World Championship and Pan  American teams (relative lo the  anticipated size of our Olympic  Team) it is very likely that many  of these Pan American athletes  will return lo the learn in l')._  for the Slimmer Olympics in  Barcelona, Spain.  Frisch (one of the top two  athletes on llie team) will hr  among lite 2d team members  thai will compete in a total of  l_ events at the Pan American  Games.  'Kids at risk* program visits us  Im. -.-MA __-_r_-M-l_-Mi  Thirty teens involved in the  'Kids at Risk' program in  Vancouver will be on the  Sunshine Coasl from August 16  to 18  The program has achieved  considerable success in the IIS  among young people who are  in trouble with law enforcement agencies, have dropped  out of school or are addicted lo  drugs or alcohol  Ihe community initiated  program is run hy volunteers  and helps In produce long term  changes in llie way young people approach ilieir lives.  The Vancouver group is the  first in Canada, and during their  visit to the Sunshine Coast Witt  lie staying at private property in  RoIhus (tree-  Activities will include an obstacle 'rope course', and  Sunshine (nasi residents are being asked lo volunteer their time  ami skills 101 he project.  Anyone who can help can  call ni'ih Shepherd in -H(>.. i_  nr her sun. Tint Raw at 122-  i.ti- in Vancouver.  Cowrie improvements displayed  ky ftvarl __rn.ld_  The "beautification of Cowrie  Street" was the topic of a public  Information meeting in Sechelt  last Wednesday, and about 2 .  taxpayers gathered to hear how  the proposed project would  affect them.  The meeting, sponsored hy  the Sechelt Chamber of  Commerce and the Downtown  Revitalization Committee (DRC)  followed a similar meeting held  on July 2. in which the owners  and merchants of Cowrie Street  were informed about the scope  and cost of the "Cowrie Streel  Deautificatioii Initiative."  At that meeling. iu response  to grudging remarks from  property owners about the portion of ihe project they would  he expected to finance.  Alderman Iloh Wilson said llie  municipality might consider  paying SI) per cent of the cost of  re-doing the sidewalks  Wilson said the cosl to tlie  municipality for absorbing the  additional amount could he jus  lified under the Municipal Act  as a "local improvement "  At last Wednesday's meeting  wilh the public, Wilson again  brought up the possibility of lite  municipality paying half the  9th  Annual  FESTIVAL  or the  Written Arts  cost of the sidewalks He said  thai, by doing so, the amount  being paid hy tlie taxpayers  would increase from ..() per  cent lo K) per cent.  According It) tlie municipality's acting administrator Art  lew, ihis would decrease the  "per frontage metre" cost for all  properties from $...4 lo $2l), bul  the municipality would spend  an additional $16.(11)1) on its  portion of the sidewalk costs.  Ihe inlormation that Ihe cost  to the District would increase to  111 per cent prompted former  Sechell alderman Ken Short lo  ask if Ihe taxpayers would have  a vole in Ihe approval of llie  project  Currently, S| per cent of  Cowrie's property owners,  owning al least SO per cent of  Ihe property, musl vote against  tlie project to defeat it. Thai  vole will actually be based on  70 percent of the total property  because Ihe municipality, representing .0 per cent, is nol allowed, under the Municipal  Act. lo participate  In response to Short's question, acting administrator Art  Lew said lhal llie public would  not he allowed to vote unless  (here was a loud outcry. He  said It was the municipality's responsibility to advertise the the  project in a clearly worded  manner (hence the public meeting) and address any concerns  voiced by the public.  "If, as a result of the advertising, we do get a laige negative  response to the (project), this  has lo be relayed to Municipal  Affairs," said Lew. "They're the  ones who decide whether this  proceeds without going to a  referendum."  Other public concerns raised  al the meeting focused on the  timing of the project. Ken Short  Forest fire  claims life  A Halfmoon Hay resident,  Ernie Kingston, was the single  faultily of a forest lire thai raged  out oi control last week, ihirly  kilometres north of Sechelt.  The blaze started al a  Weldwood logging operation at  the Taquat (reck drainage  basin, which flows into  Claholm Lake al tlie head of  Salmon Inlet Although the tire  hazard rating in the area was  moderate, once ignited, the lire  swept through tlie area anil was  out of control hy Thursday  night.  FiVe helicopters, six air  tankers and a bird dog plane  were called into aclion. hut the  Intensity of the heal and speed  ol the lire made il impossible to  gain control The crews were  recalled for the night  Harry distance of the Forest  Service explained, "ll took its  liig run Thursday. Once the  felled and bucked timber and  stash burned but and it hit the  standing limber, it slowed  down."  lly Friday morning the lire  was considered well under  control and two unit crews  moved into Ihe area to finish Ihe  job.  The Taquat Creek fire  consumed 2d hectares df timber  and claimed one life  Forest land status considered  by -Ofs Nte-0-H-i  The Regional District is  considering bylaw amendments  that would bring foresl land  within the District more in line  with anticipated uses of the  nexl few years.  Experience in oilier parts of  the province has shown lhat  forest land close to built up  areas can become potentially  more valuable tor oilier uses  such as rural residential  development  The presenl zoning of  managed forest lands within the  Regional District does not lake  this inlo account and could lead  lo unsuitable and unplanned  development  The Planning Department of  the District has prepared a  report defining Ihe issues, and  this report was presented to the  Planning Committee last week  There are ..100 hectares of  managed forest land within the  mentioned Sechelt's roads, three  and a half miles ol inadequate  sewer line running from Wesl  Sechelt and llie possible need  for the municipality to line ils  own police force as ileitis requiring additional taxes in the  near future  Ihe overall cost ol ( owrie  heaulificalion. Including unproved sidewalks, is around  $1-7,100. At d per cent financing over IS years, that comes  close to $720,000,  Adrian Hovestad. representing Sechelt's Concerned  Citizens, followed Slum's lead  and asked where llie Cowrie  Street Heaulificalion fit into ihe  19.2 budget  Art Lew pointed oul lhat.  since the project payments were  spread out over IS years, the  amount council would have lo  work into Ihe l'W2 budget for  the municipality's share was  around $1 l.(KH). $19,000 if lite  District paid SO per cent of the  sidewalks. It was an amonnl  Alderman Doug Reid referred to  as "peanuts" in the broader  scope of municipality spending  Reid did, however, admit Ihe  need for long term capital expense planning and said it was  something council, "following  the lead" of Mayor Nancy  MacLarty, would he working  on.  Regional Dislricl, and current  regulations give the Ministry of  Forests priority iu the jurisdiction of tills land  A large proportion of Ihis  laud is privately owned,  Including several large parcels  in remote areas of Jervis and  Sechell Inlets which arc held hy  single companies.  Il is unlikely these large  parcels will he used for  anything other than managed  foresl land In the near future,  hul there is Ihe possibility that  smaller parcels in the Hallilioon  Hay and Roberts (reek areas  could he considered for other  uses  The planning department  reporl recommends a bylaw  amendment that would create a  separate forestry zone thai  would apply to land presently  classified as managed forest and  to laud within the provincial  forest  I lie permitted uses would lie  limited lo forestry and ancillary  uses; wilh a minimum parcel  area of loo hectares to  discourage further subdivison.  "In drafting the Inlaw it  should be made clear lhal we  are nol attempting to interfere  wiili any forestry practice,"  commented Director Gordon  Wilson.  "This has nothing to do with  foresl practice, bul only with  land use alter finest activity, and  what happens In the land in  terms of potential subdivision,  developmeni or sale,  "There is a broader  Implication in terms ot what the  uses can do to the lax base of  the Region and llie demand on  the Region for servicing it those  lands are allowed lo go inlo  some ktuil of small lot subdivisions "  1|l|Mr>7.s  ^���'^':M^.  Il was a laid back scene at the Annual Craft Fair at Hackett  Park in Sechelt. Shoppers and browsers had the opportunity  to sample some of the line work of Coast artisans and crafts  people. Rose Nicholson photo. Coast News. August 5,1991  St. Mary's  deals with  cutbacks  In an effort lo avoid a  $2.0,000 deficit Sl Mary's hospital recently announced a series nf economy measures.  which, says hospital hoard  chairman Barbara Harvey,  should not affect the quality of  care given inpatients  Harvey lold llie (oast News  limiting for Ihe hospital is based  on a per capita grant, which, in  the case of the Sunshine (nasi.  is based on old figures lhal tin  nol relied I lie rapid population  growth of the lasl few years  When the results of the recenl  census become available, it is  hoped inure realistic figures will  be reflected In adjusteil funding  In an effort lo ml down on  expenses, the hospital will, hy  August fi, shut down I I beds,  and reduce staff Director of  Nursing Wendy Hum. who is  lilting iu its acting administrator  iii the absence of Administrator  Ted Wright, said these measures  are being pill into place gradually so there will not he a sudden drastic cutback on August  (l  lleils are not heing tilled as  ihey become empty, and staff  cms have been cushioned hy assigning those laid oil In jobs in  other departments, with vacant  positions left, unfilled lour long  l.-rm  care  patients  may  he  moved to another facility, pos  sihly in Vancouver  "We're nol very happy about  ihis." saiil Hunt, "and of course  neither are the families Hut they  will be at tlie lop of our priority  list, and will he moved back as  soon as possible "  In a recenl meeting wilh the  lamily and friends of patients in  Totem  lodge, Sl Mary's long  term care facility. Administrator  George RIICO said a series of  economy measures would be  pin Into effect, tint no beds  would l>c closed stall cutbacks  will result iu lew actual layoffs.  with personnel again being  shifted inlo oilier positions, anil  economies being achieved hy  mil replacing those who quit  Harvey pointed out thai St.  Mary's is noi alone in experiencing budgeting problems, most of  llie hospitals in ihe province arc  experiencing similar cutbacks  Slit- suggested it would be  Important in take a look ai  many of the patients traditionally occupying acute care facilities and recognize thai in many  cases these patients do not need  the specialised, anil very expensive, care needed by lite critically ill. and could be cared lor  in less specialised Institutions,  oral home.  Reform Party  stays federal  There are reports of increasing tension between the  Reform Party of Canada and it's  IIC. members as areas ol litis  province gear up lor an election. The Reform Party was  organized as a purely federal  party, bul some members in  IIC.    would    like    to    run  candidates in the forthcoming  provincial election  Not so ill Ihis riding, says  president Hill Phillips The  Nortli Island - Powell River  constituency wilt tie holding a  meeling 10 discuss issues on  August IH. but wilt nol he  pulling forward a candidate.  ���V  7^ ;;<  -   .%  ���)  ,#__��_-_? --jf       .'   njjt  m  __S_=-a_^!___,'^___a  J  n^H   _______''       v^^*~     - .Ik "���   1  ��� nil                                          ^_^rf  1*  .    j^jpi      -       1  Btf  *     iJW-l-iJr^                  s            __^  **��� s_BSr> - * ^^*>fc ' jiMM-B _.  v3       I  ylii   1  -. ^JMfcii'          ^__l           ___J  L\i  ���l-iffUS    ���_____. ^ __T  ji  +idteWZr*  V   1          -^WSaias.JAaaaa\  *.,r-~  SSea Cavalcade  Parade winners  Floats:  1 HC Ferries  2 Pebbles Really  ... Gibsons Rugby Club  Classic Car:  1 Gibsons Heritage Society  2 Ms Alcock - Eileen I .ippell's  Excalibur  ..  1947 Chevrolet Original  Best Decorated Car:  1 Sunshine Coasl Kiwanis Care  Home  2 Special Skin Care  ... Sunshine Coasl Cab  Company  ���test Decorated  Child 12 ami under:  Alicia Rupert  ik-st Decorated  Adult 13 and over  Video, Elc.  Ihis vintage car won first prize for the Gibsons Landing  Heritage Society in the classic car category at the Sea  Cavalcade parade. Ros. Nicholson photo.  Have a ferry safe journey  by Stuart Burnside  Musi people don't, perhaps,  realize il. bill more goes on al  IM. Ferries lhan meets the eye.  Twice a monlh ibe Queen of  Cowichan, Ihe trusty vessel serving our lair Coasl. is llie selling  lor an after-hours get together of  ils Captain and crew designed  10 instill die attending personnel  with Ihe knowledge of emergency procedures that will save  lives iu ihe event of catastrophe  In a recenl onboard interview witli the Cowichan's  Master. Captain I).I Frandsen -  on one of the two evenings  when these safely rituals were  taking place ��� the Coast News  learned the extent 10 which HC  Ferries will go 10 insure passenger safely  "We start with a lire drill,"  Frandsen said of the bi-monthly  safely exercises, "and progress  from there."  The fire drill Frandsen alluded 10 consists nf igniting a  barrel of oil on Ihe loading  ramp and having die lire squad,  suited in lull lire lighting regalia,  snuff the blaze, thereby testing  the ship's extinguishers.  "Fire is our biggest worry."  said Ihe Captain during,;) con  versaiion on the bridge, "dial's  where Ihe greatest danger 'yo  die ship) lies."  Frandsen, a 2d year veteran  of IIC Ferries, said lhal, in his  experience, ear fires are Ihe  most common emergency 011  board a ferry and a quick response is necessary 10 keep such  occurrences from turning inlo a  major incident  To that end. die ship has a  fire lighting unit in place for every shift dial Ihe vessel is underway. This unit consists  mainly, according lo Frandsen.  of crew members from lite  lower decks of the ship, all of  whom have undergone extensive fire fighting training at die  Pacific Marine Training Institute  (PMTI)in North Vancouver  Roberts Creek resident Niel  Olsen stands above his  private hydro dam on Flume  Creek,     smart Burnside photo  Roberts Creek resident  creates his own power  By Stuart Burnside  Neil Olsen has liecn working  with water for ihe pasl thirty  years It was Ins job iu the  Yukon since 1963, were he  worked on Ihe Waler  Management Hoard, and il has  been bis hobby since moving lo  IK. iii the early eighties  In pursuing water as a  hobby. Olsen has built whal lie  believes will be the lasl privale  hydro dam project tlie Sunshine  Coast will see, "unless people  start thinking differently."  Near the corner of Flume  Road and Highway 101, jusl  above a natural waterfall on  Flume Creek, Olsen has constructed his own power generating station capable of cranking  out US kilowatts of electricity,  while leaving the temperature of  the creek unchanged and  adding nothing to the water in  the way of unnatural debris.  "That was one of the things 1  stated right on the form," Olsen  said about his application to the  Federal government for permission to build his hydro dam. "I  knew that if I didn't say I'd leave  the water unchanged right up  front it would cause problems  later on."  And, according to Olsen,  there are no end of government  problems and red tape when  trying to get this kind of structure approved. "I knew what 1  was doing when I started, hav  ing worked wilh ihis kind of  bureaucracy iu the Yukon," he  confides, "but il still took four  years 10 get il done."  He said building a dam  above a waterfall was one of the  criteria for satisfying the  Department of Fisheries, "You  have to be able to show them  Ihe location won't interfere with  lish travelling up stream In order 10 gel up thai water fall  they'd have to be Hying fish, and  I've never seen (lying fish in ibis  creek"  According In Olsen, he spent  many of his holidays to IK! from  die Yukon looking for the perfect place to build a Hydro  plant, and finally bought his  "ideal location" in I .HO In  I .H2 he had all the necessary  survey work and engineering  studies done on his section of  Flume Creek and made his application known to Federal  Waler Management.  Olsen says that the first year  his application was "lost" in a  Water Management Headquarter  relocation. He re-applied in  1983, letting the federal government know he was not to be  dissuaded. Four years and  countless headaches later, he  was granted a license to build  his own lifetime power source  on Flume Creek.  It's a project he hopes to  have completed this November,  at least to the point of running  his own two "shacks" Willi energy he has helped the creek  provide.  And why does someone  wauling lo heal Iwo 'shacks'  need IH kilowatts of power?  "That's whal die engineer said I  could gel 0111 of die creek." responds (risen  Hill creating hydro power is  more lhan a liobby to Olsen, il's  also a matter of principle He  despairs at the stale the world is  coming to as a result of countries using energy sources oilier  than water-generated electricity,  when they have hydro capabilities.  "We've got three choices." he  says, "fossil fuel, nuclear power,  or hydro, and with all the water  we've got in ihis country, it  doesn't make sense nol to use  it."  He admits .however, that his  hobby and his principles have  not been satisfied cheaply.  "For what I've spent on this I  could probably buy electricity  for the next ISO years," says  Olsen. He noted that he originally planned to sell power to  HC Hydro, through the Power  Smart Program, but has since  discovered he would need 10  buy a shut off switch priced at  $4,000 in order to satisfy  Hydro's regulations.  'I'll wait a while on that," he  says with a smile.  "We (at HC Ferries) still dii a  lot of in-hoiise training." explained Frandsen," but that.only  serves to leach new people until  such a lime as thev can attend  PMII."  Hack ai ihe lire drill, after the  fire squad has. Willi the rest of  ihe 2H member crew looking  on. pul oul the practice lire, eveiyone continues as if the practice was, in fact, the real ihing. a  fire dial has gotten beyond their  control.  Ihey proeeeil Immediately to  a lite raft drill, approaching Ihe  situation as if an evacuation of  the ship were urgently required  New crew members are walked  Ihrough the procedures and experienced crew members have  Iheir knowledge reinforced.  "Everybody (all crew members) has been trained for some  function in the event of an  emergency," said Frandsen,  "even the people who work in  the news stands."  He saitl "opening and stalling  life raft stations", crowd control,  and organizing passengers, were die primary dulies of  non-fire fighting staff if it ever  became necessary 10 evacuate  the ship, hul noted lhat all die  crew were versed in fire fighting  procedures "just in case."  Sometimes the crew's rigor  ous training is used 10 quell  problems caused hy the ship itself; recently, crew members of  ihe Queen of Cowichan used  the ships fire hoses 10 extinguish a fire on the creosote  treated pylons of the ship's berth  in Horseshoe Hay The pylons  had ignited due to friction  caused by die ship's previous  departure.  Another significant aspect of  tlie crew's extensive safely training deals with an ongoing  worry for any operation catering to large numbers of passengers...bomb threats.  "We do what we can,"  Continued on page 20.  History in the making  Continuity is always something we have hail difficulty  with in this sprawling land, die  longest sea 10 sea in the world  Which is not an empire. We  have difficulty keeping up with  our disparate regions, not only  week to week, but year to year.  In some kind of coherent way.  we will need to catch some vision of the whole if we are not  to melt away soulh  Bruce Hutchinson is a man  who has a vision, lie is ninety  Ihis year and has been writing  in ( anailiitn newspapers since  I.IK Happily lor us his column still appears in papers  across (lie laud To my mind,  and I was horn the year he  started writing, this is not an  'old' voice It is a voice spanning  the years bill always concerned  with what is happening in the  fore,  He was 17 when he started  writing for tlie Victoria Times  and he had been brought up  largely in boom towns in the HC  interior. His fast, and apparently  trouble free, progress to the political capitals of the world, as  political writer and columnist,  he puts down to a series of accidents, hut he has his own idea  about accidents.  "To be sure" lie says "there  are no real accidents. Only the  inevitabilities that move in patterns beyond our sight. I have  never believed that any man is  given much control over his fortunes in this life."  It turned out though that an  early 'accident' had Iill run into  a publisher at a long family  party In New York.  "You should write me a  book* said the publisher.  "I am too young," said HH  "Don't know enough about anything."  IN A NUTSHELL  S. Nutter  'Then wrile aboul something  nobody knows anything about,"  said the publisher. "Write about  Canada." And he whisked up a  contract and HH signed It.  The Unknown Country  came oul during the war, which  one would think would be a  bad luck sort of accident, but  no. Hy the middle of the war  Canadians had achieved more  on that stage than had been ex  peeled. Canadians themselves  began to wonder about themselves. Tlie book, which tried to  explain Canadians to Canadians  "even by obscure hints and wild  guesses" as Iill says, was a success.  It was an apparent accident  again, luck, what have you, that  then moved OH Into one of the  strangest, strongest and most  significant enclaves on the  Canadian scene. Winnipeg, as a  hoy would know, is the center  of the country and the continent. This of course was not  always appreciated by the llig  Boys in the East.  The acknowledged champion in the West was John W.  Dafoe. editor of the Winnipeg  Free Press. Through a chain of  'chance1 HH got to do an Ill-  depth interview with the lion of  Ihe West for Fortune  Magazine. He got taken up by  die greal man. joined to the paper, and in fact joined to llie Inner group of thinkers and  movers known in the town as  the Saiihedrin.  What a strange group, not  possible, I think, today.  Iliey were Liberals, of  course, the party of the government, they thought, perhaps,  forever, and so could include in  their debates anything al all  anyone thought might in the  end he Ivesl for the country. E.J.  Tarr. for example, President of  Monarch Life, advisor lo Prime  Ministers, and a business nob,  was the foremost among them  to argue for medicate and universal pensions  My father detested John   <  Dafoe for not hacking the Sl.  Lawrence canal and we were  only allowed to use the Free  Press in die privy behind the  cottage at the lake. Just the same  this was a central time and a  central place. The Canadian society (a push word then little  used) changed in the .Il's, and  changed into what we have  now.  We are not talking of the  Decline and Fall of the  Roman Empire when we see  this as history. We ate just talking 40 years, though a lot of it  seems already pretty remote. A  lot of things went forward perhaps too fast. Some things were  mistakes. Some things snowballed, etc.  A back view Is something  that In ihe 90's we may particularly need. Bruce Hutchinson's  continuing columns, I think,  have to be a valued resource.  ___-���_  ______���  am  mmm  LSa______BB___________ 'Big Funky1 is simply not cricket  Coast News, August 5,1991  I had a cricket's ticket  punched. Put a bounty on a bug  that was huggin' me because I  can't stand competition.  Tlie seeds of my discontent  were sown when this  precocious cricket, a leather-  lunged leaner set up a recording  studio in the wall behind the  Audio-Visual cabinet at the driving school where I lectured  while logging unpaid intern  hours as a psychotherapist.  Once he laid in the wiring  and made live the mikes, this  cricket crooner and his back-up  hand made a beeline for die top  of the charts. Their bug eyes  locked vinyl- tight on mega-  stardom, they chirped of Alfalfa  Fields Forever, of a Utopia  where pesticides kill only humans and insects can breathe  freely once again.  One of my students. Norman  Merky, suggests we name the  cricket Buddy, an idea I don't  cotton to one bit. Buddy Holly's  spirit runs wild on the rock 'u  roll range land of my heart, hut  this itty bitty Buddy is a hoarse  of another coloratura He's got  this "Rrick-Rrricket" rasp which  could make a chainsaw chain  smoke and, more to the point,  he's disrupting the hell out of  my classroom.  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  There 1 was, attempting to  make life in the slow lane  appear palatable, if not  appealing, to three dozen  teenagers whose valves are  stuck in hormonal overdrive.  Merely to sit still and listen for  three minutes renders them  sullen and surly Asking diem to  remain conscious for three  hours is to invite them to  become what becomes them  most...  A mob.  But so long as my timing's  tight. I can improvise and lie Ian  Michael Jeslerjerk, wheeling  and dealing in tribal wierdness.  winks, leniency and lunatic  Highways contract  up for grabs  Proposals are being called  for the road and bridge  maintenance contract in the  Sunshine Coasl service area.  Transportation and Highways  Minister Lyall Hanson and MLA  Harold Long announced July  ..<). Sunshine Coast is one of 2H  such service areas throughout  BC where contracts arc up fur  negotiation this year.  Excellent service is die main  emphasis in the new contract  Hanson said. "In this contract,  we are highlighting the fact thai  die public expects quick action  when a maintenance need is  identified."  The new contract will  include incentives to ensure  public meeds are met. For  example, the Qualily Assurance  Program currently in place will  be emphasized to improve  control and ensure the success  of maintenance. Further, one  contractor will not he ahle to  hold contracts in more lhan  ihree of the 2H maintenance  service areas. The contractor's  commitment to the communily  will also be closely monitored.  A contractor may be eligible for  a two-year extension to their  contract by demonstrating  superior performance.  As the negotiation process  takes place in each service area,  Hanson addressed concerns  aboul employees of existing  maintenance contractors who  may mil lie successful iu the  bidding process.  "New contractors will be  required to offer employment lo  employees who are already  doing the work Rest assured  thai local communities will  continue to benefit from  employment and revenue  opportunities created by private-  sector contractors."  "The Sunshine Coasl service  area consists of 1. 111 lane-  kilometres of highway and 22  bridges," said Long.  "Communities served include  (iibsons. Sechelt and Powell  River"  The current contract value is  $8 5 million.  The renewal process is  expected to take approximately  100 days from the day  documents are lirst available  RAVEN'S Cry  THEATRE  SHOWTIMBS  Sun,, Mon, & Tues, - One Show Only - 8:00 pm  TICKET PQICES  Adults $6- Students $4.50  Seniors & Children Under Twelve $3  .  The < itpptidii- & I Vsmii r_.tr bcltitid Slindoi l-iux  Gollcric- i�� open dtiily lil 10 pm, hi lay and Ailunfav's  'lil 11 pm In rjccomniodnlc Ihe aller Tliailrc cicfd  N  COMING  ATTRACTION  Home Alone  August 11.12 & 13  Ravens Cry Theatre Located At  House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  NFW PHONE NUMBER  885-4673  love  Lassie madonnas nibchcw  their teeth against smirk-scarred  hands, while the lads lisp gay  and punch me on the shoulder  often and hard. Tlie muttered  mention of Ihe word  "lubrication" drives the tension  tach soaring past the red line.  "Rrick-'Ririckel!"  Tlie class goes kindercrazy  laiighsnort hut I refuse to rise to  Buddy's buggy bait. Waiting  until the hysterics taper off, I  decide to embrace a Zen model  of the cosmos. 1 accept hilly that  this mutant descendeiit of the  legendary Jimmy C. mast he  behind my A-V cabinet for good  reason - and that reason is none  of my goddam business.  "Rrrick-'Rrricket!"  (���iris grab faces with mitts of  palm, while boys clutch  herniated fantasies and wail  banshee like through cackle-  wheezy lips. Tlie youngest  would-be drivers among them  slip over the hrakeline of bladder control and wipe out  entirely. Laughter threatens to  don the robes of anarchy just  for kicks.  Zen, schmen, the cricket  must die!  I start pricing battlefield-  strength cricket napalm in my  Concern for  mentally ill  Regional District Directors  have expressed concern over  Ihe recent plans hy the Ministry  of Health to house some menially ill patients in regular rental  accommodation,  The Ministry proposes to  provide those patients who do  not need the services of more  heavily staffed group homes  with tlie services of individual  home support workers, hut  Directors feared this may be an  inadequate solution.  "These people do not just require help from nine lo five,"  commented Director Cordon  Wilson "They may need it at  any time. We should register  our concern."  Mary belle lliilmer, director of  Menial Health Services oil the  Coast, said that from their perspective the plan is a good one.  She told the Coasl News that  die plan only involves five or six  head, dien regain a grip on my  logic and sense of proportion. I  angrily offer a dollar to anyone  who will snuff die interfering  insect Hut no bounty will he  paid without conclusive proof  that Ruddy die cricket is now  confining his singing career to  Hug Heaven  "My mother says crickets and  bugs are Ihe kharmic expression  of complex forces of Fate and  musn'l he purposely harmed!"  Tlie social conscience  belongs lo righteously abrasive  Leena Haiti who, warming to  her cause, insists il's not Ihe  cricket's fault for winding up  behind die A-V cabinet.  "Everybody's gotta he  somewhere", reasons Leena, and  1 find myself tending lo agree  with her  "Rrrick-'Rrricket!"  The gales to my heart slam  shut I up the price on noddy's  cricket cranium In three bucks  An outraged Leena Hach  harridans il up in the lectern  and fronts me off directly.  "Please don't do anything that  might boomerang back during  one of your other lifetimes, Jan  Michael," she implores Then  she suggesis Buddy might jusl be  the temporary kharmic home of  a heavyweight soul like John  Lennon or (inula Meir.  Now Leena's subbing  Sentiment in the room is  swinging away from my  exterminator approach to the  problem  "Maybe Ruddy's here for a  purpose!", Leena laments, "Like  a mission for Cod or something  even more important!"  I hastily retreat behind llie  self-serving smokescreen of an  unauthorized ten minute break.  (I know it ain't cricket, hut  Buddy ain't playin' it all that  straight, either).  END PART ONE  people who are already living in  ordinary rental accommodation,  bm which is often substandard.  "it means their accommodation can he upgraded and ihey  will have hitler support services,"  she said  "Now it means we can create a  more flexible system with more  support. These people are quite  capable of living independently.  "There are others who do need  care _ i hours of every day We  still need to develop that facility"  ckimie __  2>K)I>I>I:I.J>  Sometime between July 20 and July 21, a theft ol tools occured at Ihe  Twin Oaks village on North Road al Kiwanis Way. The tools were removed  Irom an unlocked garage.  Between July 23 and 25, a grey tool box conlaining a number of fools  was stolen trom a vehicle parked at the school maintenance yard on Henry  Road.  On July 24, some ot Ihe greens al the Sunshine Coast Goll Club were  vandalized. Sometime between 7:30 pm and 8:00 pm on July 25. a garden/yard blower was stolen oul of the back ol a parked pick-up truck. The  vehicle was parked in the lot at Ken's Lucky Dollar, on Gower Poinl Road.  During the alternoon of July 25, a quantity ol liquor was stolen Irom a  truck parked at the Sunnycrest Mall. Overnight on July 26, two Milti guns  were stolen from the worksite at Ihe new Gibsons Park Malt.  Overnight July 26, 1991 a compact disc player and several compact discs  were stolen Irom a van parked in Ihe 2800 block of Lower Road.  Between July 1 and 27, currency and coins were stolen from a residence  in Ihe 700 block Maplewood Lane.  Overnight on July 26, a green rubbermaid garbage can was stolen Irom  Ihe curb In the area ol Arbutus Drive.  Overnight July 27, money and an extension cord were stolen trom a  vessel moored al Ihe government wharl.  Between July 25 and 28, an industrial blower was stolen from a pick-up  truck parked at Ken's Lucky Dollar.  Between July 26 and 28, three, eight lool decorative posts weie stolen  Irom a house under construction in the 900 block ol Rosamund Road.  Between July 27 and 29, a large window at the OAP Hall on Harmony  Lane was broken.  On July 27, culprits stole a navy blue wallet trom the Gibsons Museum  Overnight on July 28, cassette tapes were stolen Irom a vehicle in the  800 block ol Reed Road.  On July 29, vandals through a rock through a window ol a residence in  Ihe 300 block ol Headlands Road.  Overnight on July 29, culprits stole a number ol plants Irom Chamberlin  Gardens and threw them aboul on the roadway.  Overnight on July 30, a vehicle in the 200 block ol Harry Road had its  tire slashed.  Overnight on July 30, the Gibsons Marina sign was stolen  On August 2 three Gibsons youths were walking through the BC Hydro  right ol way Irom North Road Ihrough lo llie Sunnycresl Mall when they  were struck repeatedly wilh pellets shot trom a pellet gun. The wounds,  although not tile threatening, were painlul. The RCMP ate seeking the  assistance ol Ihe General Public lo assist in determining who Is responsible  for Ihe shooting.  The public Is reminded that it is unlawful lo discharge any weapon in Ihe  town ol Gibsons and the illegal use ol any llrearm could result in the laying  ol Criminal Charges.  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Buy  2 Items  Buy  3 Items  GST Included ��� Mix And Match (Soma Exceptions) ��� Sale Ends Sat., Aug. 10  LEE WARD CLOTHING GROUP  SUNNYCREST MAllfc"��j| 886-271 5  MMM  ���MM  mm  mm Coast News, Augusi 5,1991  EDITORIAL   OPINION  A job well done  It has been a difficult year for many iu our community: the  mill expansion finished, the Beachcombers folded, and the  predicted economic recovery has yet to manifest. In spite of this,  members of this communily have thrown themselves in to  01 tym/ui); some of the Ik'sI festivities ever  Celebration Days, which has been on the point of demise for  several years, became a huge success, in spile of volatile weather  conditions communily support. Don Rose and the committee  organized not one, bin three days of activities that everyone  enjoyed Vi c can Only hope that Mr Rose will agree to chair llie  committee next year, thereby bringing all he learned from this  year and utilizing il. iu an ongoing attempt lo gel belter every  year  The Halfmoon Hay Fair, while il has been a consistent  Success, was even heller and more enjoyable this year, its  twenty-fifth anniversary  dwell Kofiinoll and the Sea Cavalcade committee spent  months ol hard work and energy, not only organizing the  Cavalcade events, but also events lo help pay for this annual fair  They did a superb joh. adding equestrian events and Muddy  Dill's to the more traditional activities  It seems lhat in llie lace of doom and gloom. Sunshine  Coasters are more lhan ready to pitch in and show people a  good lime When ihe going gels tough, (-rasters go dancing  The price of tourism  In die aftermath of the disturbances al Penticton, surely ihere  are many communities across ihe country thankful that they  don't have a "tourism problem "  Mm locales of beauty and wide-ranging appeal such as the  Sunshine (nasi are tourist magnets hound to attract their share  of "oiiiside" visitors A basic question, one often hotly debated  by the citizens of such ureas, is precisely lo whal extent tourism  Should he encouraged and solicited. At the core of this  conundrum lies economic and philosophical differences rarely  resolved to everyone's satisfaction.  Ai bean, we feel, is the question of people's attitudes, bizarre  as il might seem, ihere are tourists who have little desire for  conlacl wilh the "natives" of any place ihey navel lo Equally  Strange are those same "natives" who make no real effort to  reach out and touch someone from beyond the tightly-defined  perimeter of the host community. This is a shame for all  concerned Stay-at-homes could use a taste of human interaction  with people whose lives and perspectives are different from  iheir own, and tourists who "go native" without ever meeting  any arc wasting their lime anil money  All of which leads us to money, greed, hypocrisy, and llie  age-old human desire to have tilings lioih ways Tourism is  UStiall) beneficial to a locale in terms ol dollars spent locally, if  mil as a terrific way for communal comings together of people  representing a vast spectrum of backgrounds and interests. Tlie  prevailing dynamic in so many tourist-frequented areas is  hypocritical lo say the least "Spend your money and leave" sums  up the attitude ol the crassest elements in any community.  Calling iu on a (IK Radio talk show lasl week, a woman  bemoaned the fact thai tourists couldn't be "screened" to ensure  that only Ihe "right kind" were allowed to visit Droll as this  might sound lo some.Ihe lady was speaking lo one of die hearts  of die matter Many folk have nothing against tourists so long as  they dom tiller, loiter, lie up irallic. take my place in line, and  are eager to pay inhaled prices wilh a grin ami a hearty "thanks!"  Tourists are often viewed as barely welcome guests who are  tolerated only as long as iheir wine lasts  The mull is that when people decide lo welcome visitors into  their home areas (if mil iheir homes) and happily overlook  Whatever temporary Inconvenience this entails, an aititiidinal  sea change might eventuate. When tourists are regarded as  potential friends rather lhan moneyed nuisances die experiences  of "native" and "tourist" alike will he greatly enhanced.  News Item: U.S. and  Soviets sign most  important arms treaty  ever...Plans for "grand  alliance."  Comrade Gorbachev wants to know  if you can spot him fifty bucks 'til  next time...  The news reached us from  ���he Coasi that Joe Austin of  (iibsons, formerly of The  Beachcombers (or latterly) had  passed away It was filling that  we were al the leading temple  of llie performing arts in  Canada, llie Festival Theatre in  Stratford, when we got the  news  To have survived as a  professional actor in Canada for  nigh on half a century is a feat  worthy of note. There can be  lew places iu Canada where Joe  Austin did not perform.  I wrile litis while visiting  with a prolessional actor at the  Shaw Festival at Niagara on the  Take. That the life is not an easy  one is underscored by this  experience.  To he invited lo work al the  Shaw Festival is a prestigious  position in Canadian theatre.  Ilul the working actors are  boarded on the edges of town  in the leasl prepossessing  houses: they gel around on  hikes - 'lhank Cod it's flat'; they,  spend their summers in one of'  the nlost expensive tourist'  towns I've seen None of the  local stores seem to cater to  basic human needs, il's all art  and antiques and how's your  wallet? 1 heard a story about an  actor lasl year who had lo go m  neighbouring St Catherines to  In praise of  older actors  MUSINGS  John Burnside  find sonic underwear.  In addition lo llie precarious  pecuniary existence, there is the  inescapable fact dial working in  live theatre, whilst it can he  marvellously exhilarating arid  challenging, is the most  ephemeral of the arts: your best  work leaves no permanent  record; challenge after challenge  must be surmounted and the  achievement fades away as soon  as il has been realized. Nor i.s it  all glamour. No one who has  not done it can readily  understand how much plain  hard work must lie done.  The actor we are visiting has  roles in Iwo plays and  understudies roles in another  half dozen. Tlie lines for all of  ilieni musl be learned and hours  of rehearsal undertaken even  though he may never gel the  oppiirunily to actually perform  Ihe roles For all this, he gels six  monlhs security wilh no idea  where his next work is coming  from, yet counts himself  fortunate to have so much  I have been keenly aware of  older actors of late Il's .1 years  since I first fell in love with the  Stratford Festival stage. In 1 "S7  such names as Christopher  I'liimmer. Douglas Campbell,  llriiuo (ierussi, Douglas Rains,  Kate Reid, Siobhan McKcnna  were the leading lights of the  Stratford Company. There were  oilier stalwarts tike Tony Van  bridge, Trie Doiikin, Hilt  Needles and Mervyn Blake  (reading the Festival hoards  back then.  This sunimer Mervyn blakc is  in his Will consecutive year at  Stratford. Douglas Rains played  a role in a contemporary play,  Kale Reiil had a marvellous  vignette in an English version of  a marvellously funny French  Canadian play Les Bclle-  Soeurs Tony Van bridge  appeared in a vintage  supporting role iii The  Millionaire-- starring  Vancouver's own Nicola  Cavendish al the Shaw Festival,  ami Needles and Doiikin both  offered masterful cameos in  Carousel at Stratford.  These, like Joe Austin, arc  survivors in one of llie most  difficult and leasl rewarding of  professions  I had become a friend of  Joe's over die pasl few years and  can testify lhat his chosen path  Ihrough life had lent him a  fortitude and a philosophy and  a strength of character that  enriched those who knew him.  When he died this monlh at  7H. or was it 70. he was making  plans fur a feature movie.  lei us, then, praise older  actors. The path Ihey have  walked has not been an easy  one bul il has brought pleasure  and fiilighimcnt to untold  numbers along Ihe way.  May my friend, who took his  final bow recently, rest now in  peace,  LETTERS  A ticket to trouble  on BC Ferries  Editor  I was parked in Horseshoe  Hay and tried to enter the  Langdale ferry line-up from  (here, but the gate was down  and a HC. Ferry employee  informed me thai tlie boal was  overloaded He sent me hack  onto Ihe highway, I had no  choice and drove east lo the first  turnoff, exiled, turned around  and got back onto the highway  iu a westerly direction. It was  now SI. pm The ferry was  supposed lo depart ai 5:30 pin.  Almost immediately, I  encountered.the tern lineup  Cars were lining up by the  second. I slowed down and  passed Ihe line-up in the centre  lane unlit I encountered the BC  ferry employee who was  labouring his way towards the  back of the line-up which was  continuously growing I lold  him my destination Langdale,  and he waved me into tlie let!  hand lane.  I drove all the way down  again to the hack of the  Sunshine Coasl lineup which  was maybe _() cars, jusl short of  Ihe Horseshoe Hay entry. Al this  time I noticed the BC Ferry  attendant (the same one who  turned me back some 10  minutes prior) admitting a  white BMW into the line-up hy  lifting the gate. I was somewhat  riiiffed because he wouldn't let  me in before.  ; The line-up slowly inched  towards the toll booth where I  rtoticed a commotion. Two  ladies in a red VW bug were  apparently Involved in an argument with the toll booth  attendant. After a couple of  minules lite VW pulled ahead lo  the tell side and the cars  proceeded to gel processed.  Now il was my lurn The  attendant told me she couldn't  sell me a tiekel because 1 didn't  have a yellow slicker.  "Excuse me what was dial?" I  inquired somewhat taken  aback "No yellow slicker, no  ticket" was the lart reply from  the piqued anil slressed young  woman. She actually wanted  me lo turn around!  Picture this: I was stuck at  the loll booth, cars honking  behind me. ahead the empty  parking lol and lo ami behold  llie fern was still in dock!  At ilils time the two women  from die VW came over and  informed me that they were in  the same situation Told lo drive  in the tell lane No yellow  slicker The Situation was  obviously loo much for the toll  booth attendant. She slammed  die window shut and sal down.  I had three choices To shut  off Ihe engine and go for a beer;  lo park oil to the side and  'protest' wilh die other thwarted  Customers, or to try and make  the ferry and gel a ticket on Ihe  boal or in Langdale I jusl  remembered that my whole  family was already on the hoat  since they walked on. The  choice was easy.  I drove onto the ferry which,  to my immense surprise, was  only 5/4 full. Room for another  hundred cars!  Meanwhile it was 6 pm.  There were a few dozen cars  stalled at the toll booth because  the IK] Ferry employee decided  to procrastinate while the ferry  was now half an hour late and  not even close to loaded capacity.  I parked and walked back lo  talk to the employees on the  boat One of them actually  wanted me lo turn around and  leave the boal. 1 thought he was  plenty funny Somehow I got  the impression that the whole  situation was my fault. I shook  my head and went upstairs.  I was upset. No so much at  my own personal treatment but  due to the fact that the BC. Ferry  crew were rendering a terribly  inadequate service to Joe Public  who, after all. is paying iheir  salaries  How about loading the  ferries as fast as possible (after  the parking lot is cleared) and  then collect tlie money on  hoard Impossible''' loo much  work? It's done lhat way all  over the world. How about  applying common sense when  in doiihl?  I was mci on the Langdale  side by Constable Murphy from  Ihe (iihsons RCMP detachment,  I explained llie situation and he  told me and Ihe Langdale IIC  Ferry employee lhal it was not  bis jurisdiction and thai he felt  that we should jusl settle the  matter hy me paying Ihe due  fare and he done with ll.  Since the employee in  Langdale did not have the  necessary authority lo make  such a decision lie proceeded to  climb Ihe bureaucratic ladder  over Ihe phone limit he finally  had somebody in a decisionmaking position. The decision  was to lay formal charges.  Involve the courts. Bring in the  lawyers.  What are the charges? I can  hardly wait. How much public  money is the BC. Ferry  Corporation willing to spend on  this 'case'? I feel they owe me  and everybody else thai is  caught in unnecessary line-ups  and delays an apology No  yellow slicker indeed!  Bruno Holier  Au revoir from  Camp Goodtimes  Editor:  On behalf of the children  and volunteers at tlie tool  season of Camp Goodtimes, I  would like to express our deep  appreciation for your generous  support  Camp Goodtimes hosted  over 8. children with a history  of cancer for iwo one-week  camps Many businesses and  residents provided contributions  that helped make the camp a  success  We would all like to lhank  the people of the Sunshine  Coast for their continued  warmth and support for camp  and especially for the campers'  Anna (iirard  Camp Goodtimes  A tribute to  "Mr. Pete"  Editor:  "Did you know Les Peterson  died this week?" I blurted in the  middle of a long, winding  conversation and quite  unrelated to it.  "No!"  She sat down stunned.  "What is it," she said, "al-iut  death? It's like a present,  everything you shared with that  person is wrapped up in a  package and il's yours now."  Mr. Pete, as we called him in  school, gave us a lot. He, above  all the other teachers I met on  my journey through school, had  my respect and admiration. He  was one of us and yet so much  more His life experience and  Intellect sparked possibilities  and dreams far beyond my own  experience He instilled a  respect lor thought and a  curiosity and desire lo learn.  Mr. Pete had a respecl for who  we were. I know Mr Pete  believed I hail something  worthwhile to offer, and misled  I would do so.  Mr. Pele always had a group  of students hanging around him  talking about something He  cared aboul all of us He even  bad his own hot lunch  program, doling out quarters lo  those of us without a lunch, so  we could buy fries and a Klk  Cola at the Ridgeway Cafe.  My awe of Mr. Pete has  grown over the years, possibly  adding to whatever other  reasons prevented me from  visiting him during his long illness I hope he knew how  much love and respect we  always fell for him I'm sorry I  wasn't ahle to nil him, "Thanks,  Mr. Pen"  Sharon Dauroth  Golfers unhappy  with treatment  Editor:  We had the pleasure of  visiting the Sunshine Coast this  July, which we enjoyed very  much. Tlie people were friendly  and the scenery was just  beautiful.  We however, have a  complaint which we figure  should he brought to the  attention of the Pender Harbour  Golf Club. My wife and I  hooked time in early July. The  fee for a nine hole course, we  thought, was a little high - $00  for IB holes and a can for the  two of us.  However, we decided to  play (>n the lirst hole we had to  wail for the pin to he changed,  then upon gelling to the green,  we found the greens lop dressed  with a very coarse sand and  gravel and later found all the  greens in die same condition.  We also had to dodge  sprinklers on the second,  seventh, eighth and ninth holes.  We had lo wail for two groups,  that were not ahead of us  before, to start our hack nine.  Our IH holes took us . 1/2  hours  We think your course is very  nice, but we got the impression  that we were intruders and not  wanted on the course, which 1  hope is nut the case.  D. Kirschkc  Vernon, IK;  Boat blow-up  embarrassing  Editor:  It was bad enough In years  past dial this town found it so  incredibly amusing to blow up  a boat In order to kick off its annual Sea Cavalcade celebrations. Now we need a  second one to close them?  Marvellous! Standing around  applauding, teaching our kids  that destruction is not only  acceptable but also lots of fun. I  think (iihsons sets a poor example, and when Sea Cavalcade  conies around I'm embarrassed  to be a member of this  community.  If this is entertainment then  God help the human race.  Jan Penonzek  More letters  on page 16  coast  Tin Sunshine Com! Htwi It Maty -~ned  and published on Ihe Sunihint Com, B.C.  even Mondey Hy -Intronl Frees L_l.., Box  460. BH-one, B.C., VON WO, (004) 866.-6.2,  FAX (604) 0.8-772- -0Ch.lt Offlco.Bon U,  Sechelt. B.C. 1604) 685-3930, ECHO-SI (MM)  885-3980, FAX (60��) 885-3954.  Tr- Sunusino coon Son _ p-tocled by  copyright md reproduction or any pm ol�� by  any moans It prohUMad untosi penriMion In  ���nt-g It lint Mood trom Slauloid Praii Ltd.,  holder oi tt,, apynjnt. Subioipnon rata:  Canada.1yav.l35,6 m.-Utr. 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Harry  Turner, Merit Benton, John  Reiner  I  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  Sgj^  (  I,  _____________________M_i  mmmamm^^mmm^ Coast News, August 5,1991  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  Determination by both horse and rider made for great action  and swift Imagery in adult class rodeo and gymkhana events  this year. Jantc. Edmonds photo  IGARDENING NOTES  The height of the sunimer is  here, and now is the time to sit  back and enjoy our gardens and  all our efforts.  Some plants did not develop  too well maybe, hut the reliable  perennials come each year and  give colour and inspiration.  The roses, who don't like  wet feet, eventually put in their  appearance. Having waited so  long, when the showers came. I  was undaunted and placed plastic bags over all the open  blooms, which helped prolong  their life a Mule, ll was worth it.  As gardeners, we should  make lull use of every inch of  ground to plant as many vegetables and fruit as we can for the  sake of our health (no sprays)  and our pocket books. Who  ever would have thought potatoes would he the price they are  now? Can we not see the writing on the wall, and make a  special effort to help ourselves  to produce more If we don't  know how, let us learn. A garden club is a gooil place to start  Meetings lake place in  September. Watch the paper  and TV. If you are a newcomer  lo the Sunshine Coasl ���- welcome  The Fall Fair is being held  September 14 in Dougal I'ark.  There is keen interest (iarden  produce, fruits and jellies will  lie judged. There will be something for everyone,  The children's largest sunflower head contest will be held  on Sunday, September 8 in  Dougal al 2 pm.  Fish fertilizer or seaweed  seems lo give them a boost, but  the heads may be smaller ihis  year owing lo the cool weather  The next garden club meeling  will lie on September 19. There  will be a guest speaker.  Joannle Thompson waves hello after she swung the doors  open to Molly's Reach - home to the (BC's Beachcomber  television series for 19 years - just in time for the Sea  Cavalcade weekend. Joel Johnstone photo  SUMMER SPECIAL  9(atrtie's (Efectro[ysis  PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL  In home - Private - Relaxing - Personal touch  Call for your complimentary IS minute treatment  and consultation.  ROBERTS CREEK  886-4686  Welcome to  downtown Roberts Creek  ALDERWOOD  FURNISHINGS & GALLERY  & deliFish cafe  Best wisries/rom all of us at the  Roberts Creek General Store  IGEORGE IN GIBSONS  ���y _.^.H^^ W^^_M| 1  "What is unique in our  Festival of the Written Arts."  Betty Keller, Festival Producer,  said, "is that we only invite  Canadian authors to take pan."  Hetty has been the guiding  spirit of the festival since its  beginning in 198... The festival  now has its own board,  separate from the Writers' Forge  since IW, and a budget this  year of $ 1.0,000, two thirds of  which comes from fund-raising  locally, donations and ticket  sales. And of course, there's the  small army of volunteer  workers that make the  Rockwood Gardens bloom,  prepare and serve food, attend  to tickets, prepare the pavilion,  and do the other multitudinous  chores required for the festival.  Add to this the workshop  program for writers, now in its  sixth year. This program, its  reputation now established,  draws students from far and  wide with a full enrollment this  year.  For some years Petty had to  put her writing career aside -  she had done radio plays, short  stories and ghost-writing - when  she became a teacher in drama  and English in Ill's public  schools. At last, following two  years at SFU as a faculty  associate, a year at III1C.  instructing in the Creative  Writing department, and a year  teaching at a college in Nigeria,  Hetty turned again full time to  her writing.  In I9H6 Black Wolf was  published, an "intimate look* at  the private life of the still  renowned naturalist, Ernest  Thompson Seton. A compilation  of her Trick Doors and Other  Plays and the teacher's guide is  now distributed in Ihe USA.  Australia, New Zealand and  Canada.  Among her other hooks is  one, now out of print, that  recovers the ancient stories of  the Chilliwack Native people -  stories      gathered      by  Molly's Reach  'the real thing'  Molly's Reach, after being a  make believe cafe for the  lifetime of the Tleachconihers'  TV series, will finally become  the real thing.  A mother and daughler leant.  Joaunie and Trish Thompson,  have plans to reactivate the  familiar (iihsons landmark  which has been the background  of thousands of tourist's  photographs.  The record breaking TV  series made the old building  familiar to viewers all over the  world, and although Nick and  Relic and the rest of the gang  haven't been around for almost  a year, tourists still flock lo the  old building al the head of the  wharf in (iihsons.  "Except for the kitchen,  we're not changing a thing," said  Joan. "We're looking for bits of  memorabilia from the show, if  anyone has anything left."  Fare at the new old cafe wilt  range from Mexican dishes to  regular things like hamburgers  and seafood.  Joan said there has been lots  of support from people in  (iibsons. A trial run at the Sea  Cavalcade was most successful.  wilh everyone, including Mayor  Eric Small, dropping in with  good wishes.  "It's going to he a family  affair," Joannle told the Coast  News. "There are tentative  plans for lied and breakfast, and  maybe an 'alley' of art shops antl  boutiques,"  When It's time to open  Molly's, Joannie and Trish plan  to have a big party with all the  old gang on hand.  For the Coast, it will just he  like old times.  ^NirnirnoN centre *  ��� Vitamins & Minerals  ��� Homeopathic Remedies  ��� Specialty Supplements  ��� Health & Beauty Care  ��� Herbs, Tinctures  ��� Medicinal Teas  ��� Natural Foods  ��� Snacks, Beverages  ��� Literature  ��� Natural Pat Care  13 - 5522 Wharf St.,  Sechdt   886-7001  __9  0  anthropologist Norman l.emian  At the present Betty and  Rosella Leslie are putting the  linishing touches on Coastal  Kingdom, a history from the  industrial point of view, of our  Sunshine Coasl, ils mining,  logging, oyster farming, and  water transport  The Festival of the Written  Arts this coming weekend  promises us not only fresh  entertainment hut a wealth of  new views.  A lour bus proceeding up Ihe  steep grade of Ihe Bella Coola  Hill Road had a mishap bul no  horrendous accident on  Wednesday morning July _., in  spile of wild rumours lo die  contrary  When smoke at the rigtil  front wheel was observed, the  driver, lour operator Terry  Hanson, pulled safely lo road  side, and the 22 passengers  exiled quietly without harm  There was even time to remove  luggage after that  One passenger who had lo  he helped off Ihe bus received  immediate attention  irom a  medical doctor fortunately  passing by at that moment on  ilis way to Ills-Anaheim clinic  This passenger was well enough  lo return lo Sechell lhat day hy  air  Help for the passengers al die  site was soon organized hy  Terry, the RCMP, and a I'arks  Administrator. The tour  operator immediately arranged  flights by charier Irom Bella  Coola air strip to Sechelt's air  strip and alt hut two passengers  on the lour were home by  Wednesday evening These Iwo  returned later by regular bus  service  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  wzw:vvwmm:i  CALL NOW!  National Franchise  Opportunities Available  Retail Bay Sizes 600 sq. ft. Plus  * IGA PLUS  * WOOLWORTHS  * SEARS  For Information - Call Cheryl MacKenzle  1-376-3199  Luck\ ,  DOLLAR 1  FOODS  Ken's Lucky  Dollar Foods  ��^jp Quality, Service, Selection and  %��%,       Everyday Low Prices  2V&.  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  |       OPEN MON.-FRI. 9:30 am-8 pm;  SAT , SUN & HOLIDAYS 9:30 am - 6 pm  GOWER POINT ROAD. GIBSONS LANDING  - 886-2257  GROCERY  BUTCHER SHOP  Fresh Australian  LAMB  LEGS   .2.88  Fresh Leon Ground _j       ,#%_���%  beef ,1.88  Burn's Campfire Sliced Side ad      g\f%  bacon mm 1.98  Burn". 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August 5.1991  IROBERTS CREEK  -i i-t-ci tii|���i_���. m _.n  Creek Da/r is jusl two  weeks away! A M'lieiliile ut  events will br posted soon Thr  Daze committee has urganiac.  a (treat day hut it cau'l happen  withoiil yuu Now is the time to  (���i) down to the Rolierts Creek  (ieneral Store and pm your  name on Ihe volunteer sign-up  poster An hour of your lime is  all that's needed, so please help  make litis Ihe best Daze ever  Rumour has it that Crowe  Road. Henderson Road and  others are planning parade  finals Don't he left out' Gel  together wilh your neighhours  or community group and make  a float, haiiner or flag If you  plan lo have a final or group in  llie parade, please conlact Dale  (HHiV .WIS) or Margaret (H8S  7208).  The Daze committee would  like to announce the first ever  Roberts Creek (turn Hoot  Decorating Contest Turn those  old rubber bouts inlo fashion  statements wilh painl. sequins.  flillge, etc Details later hut get  started now! Wind permitting,  kites will lie decorating the sky.  So. be sure to have yours ready  Please note thai parking ill  (lilt (iilker Park wilt he for  participants and the handicapped only Parking permits  will he required. This is to cm  down on traffic congestion and  also iii provide easy emergency  access People are encouraged  In park elsewhere and walk or  lake the shuttle bus provided  Palio tables with umbrellas  and chairs are needed lo  provide comfortable, shady  sealing for seniors Anyone  willing lo lend Iheirs, please call  Yvonne CH8--..606) or Randi  (KHi.'H-D Also everyone is  asked to bring their own plates,  cups and Utensils so waste can  be kepi al a minimum  The teen dance is on Friday  nighl. Augusi 16 There will be  an adull dance Salurday night.  Augusi I", wuh the Roberta  Creek Utiles Hand  Ed Lands (HH.-iS-ii is Mill  taking bookings for food and  craft booths.  V  Exciting Home Plans  %��  pan-abode Cedar Homes or Distinction,  proudly announces a new and exciting Plan Portfolio for the 1990's.  uu on WRITE iodht  ] -mt      I Address ���  | _t��    I Poslal'.p -  I P���MMmm  apanatxxte  a^m    ui��.nalinn_l I Irl  6 i  6311 Giaybai Hold  RilhmoiH B C V(W IH]  llliphnru 16011110-7191  Tlie Roberts Creek Library  has many hooks for people  interested in their own personal  health care. For health problems  we recommend Living Well  With Parkinsons (616  Aiwood). The Arthritis  llelpbook (616 Lorig), The  Back Doctor (617 Hall), and  Help Your Handicapped  Child. There are many hooks,  about pregnancy, birth, child  rearing and mental health fur  children and adults.  Modern Prevention - The  New Medicine (61..  Rosenfeld), Instant Pain  Control (61S Chaltow) and  The Detailed Readers Digest  (iuide to Prescription and  Over the Counter Drugs  (dl .) may feed an interest in  the health related field. Lastly,  do mil overlook the specialized  cookbooks, particularly The  American Heart Association  Cook Book, which is new in  the library. Maybe we can help  you, do come and see.  SAW TW HALL WW-  The Rolierts Creek teens are  having a bottle drive on  Saturday. August 10 from 10 to  I to raise funds to help save the  hall. If you live anywhere in  Rubens Creek from Joe Road to  Henderson Road and have  returns to donate, have them at  the end of your driveway during  these hours and they will be  gratefully collected All beer and  pop cans and bottles are  appreciated. Thanks.  ��**a_^~__^____r^**?*^ ���"���    ��___! --._.,-,-._ ; ��� .. ^ ���-. :  '***"*   ""f.'-~    . " ~^*^fj? ^-jfcH^- ^'-      ��� __IV;'. J*       ��� \tZ, ���*  -________i :-i._____P!^ate-'�����** ���***.��*+��� ���     .,��*_-  ������ \^ ���'���^-*^.-^'-^m^^:i:'^'i' '   ���"���'  -^    -   '_'--s.'.'_  ....     ' -".  -**_,,*L-.',a'      *��"-^_j__u____r'.?_--^^ "__��- * ~_   ^*" ������^*-   t*   -**^V'- -  _-*.*���: -__-r3Pf_s\.^_^--;fT,. _ - - .._:_.___��� .___-.- _; .  Just the right shape and location, this nalural diving board is a real recreation draw for  Roberts Creek swimmers. Janice u-iglnnn photo  More volunteers needed to 'Save the Strait'  The Roberts Creek Blues  Hand will he playing this Friday  night al the Legion Don't miss  this new mix of some of your  favourite local players.  If other Strait of (ieorgia  communities match the level of  involvement of the Sunshine  Coast, Ihe second Annual Save  the (ieorgia Strait Marathon will  he a resounding success. Many  local Individuals, businesses  and other groups are investing  time, energy and money into  this year's Save the Strait effort.  In addition to marathon registrants, which so far include  local swimmers, paddlers and  escort boat skippers, over 30  volunteers have already signed  up for various jobs ranging from  escort and safety to office work.  "We expect that, come  August 24, a very large portion  of the Sunshine Coast population will have become involved  one way or another in the  marathon," predicts volunteer  coordinator Laurel Sukkau.  Some of the key marathon  organizers include: Escort Boat  Coordinator, Frank McKenna;  Briefing  Coordinator,  John  The ups and downs of roofing  A  by Joyoo Osbv  There is a wide variety of  material which can he used for  a new roof. Besides asphalt  shingles (organic and  libreglass). cedar shingles  (treated and untreated) and  cedar shakes (treated and  untreated), concrete tiles and  On Every 4L Pail Of  OLYMPIC SMIN  Wide Range Of Colours  Solid Colours Or  Semi Transparent  Regular $29.99 - 4L  At Your Colour Headquarters  I _������-!_���  Una-Ill   mmm  GIBSONS  inter-locking metal sheets are  gaining more acceptance. The  market in the Lower Mainland  seems to be split between cedar  and asphalt.  Roofing has its own language, for example: one hears  about drip caps, hips, valleys or  ridges, gravel stops, flashing,  hatch covers, vents, angles,  walls and edges.  The main cost of a roof is  material and labour. Some of  the materials used have a 60  year guarantee - I couldn't care  less about 60 years of life to my  roof - I doubt the company  would still be in business and  doubtless I won't he around  either!  There are hidden costs.  Treated shingles will he more  expensive. Your choice has to  he made with how strong the  rest of the house is. A summer  cabin could not handle a  concrete tile roof.  When I see a Oat roof around  here with all our rain, I can't  help hut wonder how anyone  would have a structure with this  kind of roof.  The new Seniors' Hall will  have a steel roof. The great  advantage is the longevity, the  lightness and it won't chip, peel  or crack and has been tested to  withstand 100-mile an hour  winds.  DObTTI-M-T  See you at crafts on Thursday  morning at 9:30 and don't  forget the picnic on August 15.  Remember. I'm collecting  recipes for a Seniors' Cookbook  so that would be a good time  for me to collect them. I want  lots of them for a fat book  Marian; Campsite Coordinator,  Leif Mjanes; Security  Coordinator, Shawn Allen;  Office Manager, Darcy Kaltio;  Pre-Launch Dinner Coordinator,  Terry Drummel (883-90630;  Publicity Coordinator, (lemma  Vandemeer (886-8427); Safety  and First Aid Coordinator.  Marie Montpetit (883-2142);  and Pre-launch Transport  Coordinator, Linda Sliearsmith  (886-816S).  Many more volunteers are  needed. If you are interested in  joining the team please call 886-  9235.  Golf club expansion  The recent culmination of  lengthy negotiations with  MacMillan Bloedel for property  adjacent to the golf club and  Cliff (iilker Park in Roberts  Creek will allow for the  expansion of the golf club  facility.  The additional land will be  purchased by the club at an  estimated cost of around  $50,000 to $55,000.  Nearly    three    hundred  members of the club heard the  good news at a meeting  attended by Regional District  Chairman Peggy Connor and  other directors.  "We can now sit down and  do some planning with respect  to design and so on," reported  Director Gordon Wilson  "From everybody's perspective, this has worked out to  be a good arrangement."  The staff, management,  & Board of Directors  of the Sunshine Coast  CREDIT UNION  congratulate  DARIAN SEED  on winning  MISS CONGENIALITY  &M1SS  SEA CAVALCADE 1991  MHMt I  emmmmtJsMfmn I  BUILDING SUPPLIES!  VWO LOCA ThONS      SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY ��� GIBSONS     WHARF AND DOLPHIN ��� SECHEl]  YOU GIVE UP THINGS  WHEN YOU TAKE  OUT A SUNSHINE COAST  CREDIT UNION MORTGAGE,  Things like annual renewal fees  and time delays.  ��_.  CraaiH Union  Fifty Years  19 4  1-19 9 1  Pender Harbour Branch  Box 28 Madeira P.rk  BC  V.I.2H-  TH ���---���<>--1  Sechelt Branch  Box 376. T_re__ Square  Secheli. B.C VON MAO  T.I 8K!i 325S  Gibsons Branch  B_.7|5,K_rn'iP-ia  Gibsons. BC VON IVII  Tel: 886-8121  Why settle for less! At Sunshine Coast Credit  Union our members come first.  That's why we've come up with the best  possible mortgage package. One that gives you 48 hour  approval time, no renewal fees and hassle free personalized  service from our friendly staff.  Then there are our competitive rates. Check for yourself.  We offer our members the lowest possible mortgage rates.  Terms are flexible and We offer lots of options for repayment.  Visit the branch closest to you. That's right, we can approve your  mortgage right here on the Coast. And our friendly, helpful staff will  make you feel right at home. There's no place like Sunshine Coast  Credit Union for a hassle free mortgage.  iL'.'iK  I.m u  fea^sssar���  ii  .i.��.  m Coast News, August 5,1991  IHARBOUR WATCH  Dont miss the  swap meet  k_ -ac-rm tn-cMrt, MMM  The community swap meet  will he held ill the Community  Hall al Madeira Park. Saturday.  August 10, tit-ginning al 10 am  Anyone wishing tu rent a table  may do so hy phoning Ruth  Kohus at H8.V%0...  Seclielt Celeliration Day- cominittee iniiiilxrs held Bar 11 (.of. Inly 2.1 as a 'thank you' lo some  of their volunteers. Pictured from left to right, starting with the hack row, Morgan  Thompson. Don Rose, Turin Lee Harry Bulpit. Dan lang ami Larry Tavern-. 1 root row, I'eggy  Thompson, Bonnie Kose, Ruth Bulpit, ami Marge Taverna. Jwl Johnston, photo  ISECHELT SCENARIO  by M-njarel Watt, 885-3364  Used to lie thai Sechelt in the  summer was jusl a sleepy little  place with not too much going  on. kind ol like a Canadian  version of Mayherry. Not any  more. Now, there's more going  on in Seclielt in July and August  than I can keep up with  This coming weekend sees  the start of Ihe Ninth Annual  Festival of the Written Arts 11  you haven't got your weekend  pass yet, you'd heller hurry You  don't have to buy a whole pass  either, jusl pick out those events  you'd like lo lake in and liny a  ticket to them. There's  something for everyone here:  from children's writers to  mystery writers, check for the  free receptions too The festival  runs from Augusi H to 11 at Ihe  Rockwood Centre In Sechelt.  SECIU-.T GARDEN CLUB  Pioneer Days on Salurday.  August 17 in the Trail Day Mall  promises lo he a celeliration of  the beauty of flowers and  plains. There will he several  classes of flower arranging  including Howl of Beauty and  Petit GlOry which is a miniature  arrangement that mustn't exceed S" In any direction.  Children, too, may enter  arrangements - posies or any  oilier Ihey wish This all starts al  10.0 am and the judging wilt  take place ai 11:30,  Arrangements   musl    lie  picked up hy 2 pm lo allow lor  llie pies and preserves judging  to follow  UGH-NEWS  Shirley Gagnoil, president of  the Ladies' Auxiliary, reporis  that tlie RCL Branch 1(0,  Sechelt, held its annual picnic  on Sunday; lulv _n at Porpoise  Bay Park.  Hot dogs, corn on llie cob  and watermelon were supplied,  free of charge to all who  attended.  sporting activities such as  races, egg loss and potato races,  sack races and horseshoes, elc.  were the order of llie day A  greal time was had hy all.  Tlie Ladies' Auxiliary has had  a very busy summer season.  During August, the volunteers  will he in full swing catering  four weddings and two bus  lours.  A blood donor clinic will he  held at the Legion on Tuesday,  September ... which means  another change in ihe dale of  llie first general meeting after  Slimmer break That meeting  will now be held on  Wednesday. September 1 at  I:..() pin. Crafts will get hack on  track on Tuesday, September 10  at 10 am iu order lo he heller  prepared for the Craft Affair on  November... 1991  All members and friends are  urged lo come and enjoy a line  lunch at the Legion, prepared by  Annie and served hy Helen. Best  deal in town!  IN DAVIS BAY:  The Pioneer Picnic will he  held on August 2. in the  Community Centre. Il's a  potluck supper held from -f lo 6  pm A painting bee is being  planned for the near future to  paint tlie porch of tlie Daycare  Centre If you can help out, call  Bill Matheson at 885-5303.  (let well wishes go out to  Congratulations to Cindy  Schroeder who won the  Vancouver Island Waiter's Race  along with Bonnie Trefry. We're  all wishing you continued  success!  A second congratulations  goes out to Bonnie  Nieviwenhius (from the video  store! Bonnie won the  barbecue that was given away  to celebrate the Stub birthday of  the Credit Union.  GMBAGE rtCK-UP  Residents and tourists are  urged to pick up Iheir garbage  Lauralee Solli and Belty Vetlerli.  Hoping you're feeling a lot  hetler soon  1 almost forgot to mention  lhal the sunflower judging  contest is getting closer. It will  he held September 7. There are  a lot of UK, sunflowers being  lovingly tended hy children all  over Sechell hoping to win that  prize money of $50 for first,  S_s for second and $10 for  third  Mountain FM Radio  107.5/104.7  What's Happening?  COAST CALENDAR  with Dan Mayberry  (Wed. to Fri.)  In touch with the Sunshine Coast  ��_|c Corporation of %  Btatrtct of Seclielt  P.O Box 129. 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechell. B.C VON 3A0       Telephone. (604) 885-1986      Fax: (804) 685-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  ENVIRONMENT  COMMITTEE MEETING  Wednesday, August 7th, 1991  at 9:30 a.m.  at the Municipal Office  5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  All members of the public with environmental  concerns are cordially invited to attend this meeting.  RECYCLING HOTLINE  IN GHtATEII VANt OIIVEI1 CALL  REC-Y-C   L - E (7.2.2..-)  OR CALL TOLL FI.EE  1-800 667 4321  MAYOR'S HOTLINE  885-5360  British Columbia  Handle with ran'  Mmisti V .! I.|ss.iissisirsi  Regular District of Sechelt COUNCIL MEETINGS  are held the first and third Wednesday  of each month at 7:30 pm in the SCRD Board Room.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  The Municipal Council of the District of Sechelt is  permitting the installation of driveway culverts for  residential and commercial crossings by contractor for  a one year trial period.  Any person as an individual, or as a representative of  a company may register and their name will be  placed on an "Approved Culvert Contractor" list which  will be maintained by the District and be available for  viewing at the Municipal Hall during normal business  hours.  The applicant will be required to post a security in the  amount specified. Application forms are available at  the Municipal Hall during normal business hours.  D Fraser  Superintendent of Public Works  When do you need a  Building Permit?  ��� for any commerical or residential construction  ��� when making an addition to an existing structure  ��� when finishing previously unfinished areas  (basements, etc.)  when constructing accessory buildings  (garages, etc.)  ��� when making structural changes or repairs  ��� when installing a swimming pool  when installing a wood, gas or oil burning appliance, fireplace inserts and hearth stoves  when moving a building  when doing electrical wiring or plumbing installations.  To be sure, always check with the  building inspector before you  begin!  at campsites and lira, hrs A Int  ut glass, hrrr cans and fund  wrappers arr being left around.  A sight to see all year round  is the S-i-i-iiiuclui- Rapids in  Egmont. The well tended trail  takes 90 minutes to hike in and  oul The best viewing times are  before and after the slack tide.  The ebb tide is the most  spectacular. You can see the  whirlpools.  May and June are when the  flowers are iu iheir best bloom  along the trail  It's estimated thai through the  summer months a total of over  woo people a month enjoy die  rapids. Remember lo travel  light, wear proper shoes and  lake along |uice or water Have  a great time!  -wr_-ni_vr_i_-_-  A film crew from Vancouver  will he filming shortly on and  around Ruby Lake The .11  minute documentary will be  based on logging Exciting limes  for this area1  The Ruby Lake Residents'  Association had a well-attended  show of ..S residents for their  fire awareness course. The  residents were shown videos of  past fires with volunteers taking  part in the fire fighting.  They found out, when using  their equipment, that the fitting  on their portable pump was  cross-threaded A new fitting  was purchased and they were  all glad to find this out in  practice rather than in an  emergency  MM HUTBI UK ��� EflMWT  Ray Hansen Contracting has  completed a four inch waler  line from the school field to the  dock for fresh miming water.  Vera's shed (the Wharfinger)  will he moved to the side of the  approach to the dock Tins is so  there will be more room on the  dock and Vera can have power  and a telephone  UTKTM CHANGES  Entertaining this week from  August fi to III at the (iarden  Hay I'lib is Hume Eyford  I lulil nexl week - Ih- gmid to  yourself.  HAS IT ALU  .. Waterfront ftwLaur_.nl, Moorafto. An  ���tors. Kishintf Charters. Bike Rentals  6831674 Pub  883-9919 Restaurant  SHOPPING  rjxenmar  LOraperies  - NEEDIECKAFT SUPPLttS  883-2274  Building  Supplies  FOODLINER  Check Our Flyer  /(Jin .rfetriy _  Marina  TOTAL SHI II..Mi  7 l\n. ., ...I  All Chcsniis Tn.-is  883-2253  render Harbour's only  Full Lint sporting floods Store  Francis peninsula Place  Coiner ol Sunshine Coast Hwy. 4  Fiancis Peninsula Rd. 111-1741  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  '���10% OFF'' FOR ALL SENIORS  Lotto Contro  Madeira Park Cenlre  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  New ind Used - Instant Housing  863-9338 or 580-4321  (call collect)  t Roofing   ��.ndole  Tor A Gia-tl. S-akoi. Shlnglti.  IT) t la I Roof*. Torch On. Duioid*  .83-9303  Peninsula Power &,  Cable Ltd.  High A low VoHerRr fnwfr Linn  Outdoor _ob-_.itkin.  883-2218   Cert. 711J  Ray Hansen Trucking  8_ Contracting  Gravel, ClearinR  Sept it Systems  883-9222  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Madeira  Marina  883-2266  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  1. M. North ol Garden Bus Rd ,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 112  ~^      PENDER HARBOUR  LEGION  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  PimlVr H_rh(llir. Bl        881-26)0  HAIRDRESSERS  w matrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  n  %|HIII"*\  '/  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  863-9525  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  Pender Harbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  1AX 883-9524  COAST NtWS  CLASSIHIDS  The Sunshine  COAST N__WS  Mmm  -U26-2   _,���,_���    - Coast News, August 5,1991  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGS!  by Mil Forrester, 115-2418  Well lien- wc arc. back in  (ami's country again alter a lung,  tiresome journey Somehow llie  nlurn trip always seems ranch  lunger than the outward hound.  lull nf excitement ami anticipation, ll is gnuil in Ih- home lie  spile Ihe fail lhal ihere is a greal  ileal nt sailness having In say  "(inoilhw'" lo dear noes tell Ise-  lllllll  lust a couple ���>! nights iH-tnre  ssr lell we hail a uiglit inn al a  (ilasgow theatre known as Hit'  King's Theatre where there was  a variety show starring a couple  of Scottish comedian, who  hrought Ihe house down wilh  their   typical   down-home  Marina Pharmacy Invites You  to their 5th Anniversary(  SALEI %"��  Come In  SAT., AUG 10  for COFFEE & CAKE  J MARINA  PHARMACY  LTD.  PRICES!  Madeira Paris  Phone: 883-2888  __n_________  Summer Clearance Sale  50%0fl>  Summer  Merchandise^  Enter Our Back To School Draw  WIN A  $50, $25 OR $15  Gift Certificate  TAFFTS  FAMILY CLOTHING STORE  in Madeira Park Centre,  Pender Harbour 886-2460  YOUR LOTTO CENTRE  MorpaaA  Scottish humour (ircal stuff if  )ou can understand the language and can keep up with the  speetl of it all One really has to  Ih- horn and raised there hefore  Ihe ear is trained lo what's  known as Tarliaino (ilasgow '  Now lhat I have come hack  lo reality, please not that if you  have anything you would like  announced in this culunin,  coming event- antl such items as  iuieresiiiig visitors to ihe coin  nuiniiy. I will he glad lo hear  Irom you il you call my number  al home in die evenings  In llie meantime I have yel lo  calch up with all local happenings as soon as I get unpacked  and have ihe chance lo read ihe  Coasl News  Politically m llrilam at tlie  preseni lime is a greal controversy between Britain ami the  United Slates lollowing Ihe dull  war  The llrilisli Armed Tories are  in Ihe pro< ess i if claiming financial retribution for loss of lives  ol their Hoops due lo what is  called 'Iriendly Tire' which  killed a considerable number ol  men The IIS have offered free  nips 10 the US anil a visit to the  Willie House tor the bereaved  lamilies This is of course heing  rejected, ami financial compensation demanded Tlie outcome  lias mil yet been established.  One Item of local interest  which has jusl been received is  that there will be Sunimer Fun  Day (amps and swimming  lessons al Coopers (ireen from  Augusi 1910 30 The Day Camp  is for ages d lo 12, and swimming lessons front .. to 12. For  further information call Marie at  K8..--I I-  WE-CO-IE BEACH  A lhanks goes oul to all the  workers and guests who helped  to make llie Welcome beach  Barbecue such a success.  FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT  WORKL.SEE PAGE 17  A retirement dinner for Phyllis  Riiuloll was held on July 26 in  appreciation for her I., years of  service.wilh the Canada  Employment Centre in Sechelt.  Phyllis started with (EC when it  was literally a "bole in the wall'  on Wharf Street, in 1977.  Pet insurance  available  Petsure Canada bit has announced iheir I'et Health  Insurance Program in British  Columbia.  "With more lhan H. veterinary clinics making die program  available Hi their clients we are  obviously lilting a need." says  spokesman Dr. Adrian Cooper  Major program features include: reimbursement ol most  veterinary espenses for illness  or act idem, payments following  death, or disappearance, of a  pet resulting Irom accident, theft  or straying: reimbursement of  boarding fees white an owner is  liospilall.ed  The program was developed  to insure veterinary care as re-  ipnred in improve overall health  tare as a result of mandatory  physical examinations and vaccinations I'd owners may obtain coverage for only $17.Sl)  per month payable hy credit  cant or prc-atithorizcd hank  payment  Petsure is offered by Aegon  Insurance Limited (UK), a well  established large European insurance company. The program,  well established ill Europe and  Australia, has made its mark in  England where over 120,11011  |Ki dogs and cals have been insured since Ihe program's introduction six years ago  Introduced lo Ontario iu  I .no. Quebec In 199(1, and  now to British Columbia.  Petsure will insure the health of  IIC. cals ami dogs and help prevent needless euthanasia.  For information call Petsure:  I-<l(l4(i.-7..-7.  JimM  Resort  Hotel  Sunday Brunch Buffet  Special Brunch Buffet ��� 9am-2pm  Riiasl /..iron ()) Beef, Teriyuki (.-.ick.n  Bacon, Sausages, Scrambled Em>s  Roast Potatoes, Salad's AND  A DE( :adent DESSERT BUFFET  II  Open For Dinner11  6 pm to 10 pm  $12.95 Children Under 12 Half Price  Voile'  Reservations Requested  s Cove Rd��� Just north of Secret Cove on Hwy.  FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 885-7038  .101/  District News  with  COAST CHIMNEY  &  ROOFING SERVICE  "We'll keep you warm and dry"  Call BB6 B554 for free estimates  The Ministry of Transportation and Highways lias asked for  input from the Regional District on resource mails mi the  Sunshine Coast.  The ministry, in an attempt to unravel ihe often conflicting  jurisdiction governing lugging and mining mails, has formed the  Interminisiry Resource Roads Task Force.  The Task Force has recommended new legislation and expanded inierminisiry coordination to formulate a Resource  Roads Act which wniilil provide standardized guidelines tor resource roads  Directors agreed In discuss llie issue and prepare a response  by the November deadline  BC-TORO GRANT  The Regional Dislricl has received a gram ol $1 S.__H from  IIC Hydro in lieu of taxes  Director Jim Gurney suggested the lound money' be put into  a fund which would be used for parks acquisition.  The matter was referred to the Finance ( oniiniiiee for further  discussion.  Ami-ATION FOR PARKS  The Regional District will lie applying for foreshore and upland areas for a park al Prlel falls  Another application will preserve as a heritage siie the 53  hectares near Crowston lake in order to safeguard one of the  lasi remaining ancient trees on the Coasl,  An application to the Ministry of Forests to designate adjoining land around Crowston lake as a forest recreation site will  protect a further S_ hectares.  Along wilh the Wesl Howe Sound Recreation Facilities  Commission, the Regional District will purchase property on  Chaster Road for a park.  Tlie District will also consolidate property In the Soames  Point area for park uses  OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE  III all effort lo secure tenure lo protect the area.die 1'lanulllg  Committee of the Regional District has recommended thai die  District apply for a lease on (Icean Heath Esplanade.  PWUC HEARING ON GUEST COTTAGE REGUIATIOHS  There will be a public hearing on August 22 al 7 pm in the  Regional Dislricl offices to discuss changes In Ihe bylaw  concerning guest collages  PUNNING GRANTS FOR ROBERTS CREEK  The Planning Department has received iwo grams Irom die  Ministry of Municipal Affairs for planning in Roberls Creek  An allocation ot $ to.son has been made lor a geotechnical  .study, and $ 13,500 has been earmarked for the Official  Communily Plan.  Planning Director Judy Skogstad told Directors the amounts  were considerable less lhan applied for. which will cause a  delay in completion of the projects.  -MINER PUBUC HCIUWIG RM PITCH AND PUTT.  Additional access requirements hy Ihe Department of  Highways for ihe Pilch and Putt project ill Roberts Creek has  necessitated another public hearing.  ll will lake place on Augusi 22 at 7 pm iu llie Regional  District offices.  CWY STUDENTS TOUR SCRD OFFICES  Eighteen Canada World Youth students from India and  Canada were recently trealed to a tour of Regional Dislricl  offices and, reported Chairman Peggy Connor, look a lively  interest in local government  Ihe students will he here mini October, taking pari in a  variety ol local anilities.  Chairman Connor suggested they be invited again before they  leave so Ihey can give directors impressions of their visit.  -sUTH-tEPARK  The proposed multi-use recreational park on District Lot  1313 suffered a temporary setback when a new ailing  administrator at (lie Ministry of Lands pointed oul Ihere were  several encumbrances on the land  Director Jim tiiirney, a member of the task lone for the  developmeni of the park, pointed out the encumbrances  mentioned apply m only a very small proportion ol tlie total  Kill acres antl if taken mil of Ibe total area would slill leave  more than enough laud lor die park.  Free legal  information  to tenants  Now tenants across IIC can  get tree legal information by  simply calling a loll free hotline  mn by die Tenants Uiglits Action  Coalition.  Since ils opening on May I.  1991, the Hotline has heard  from hundreds of tenants in sh  communities throughout the  province High on the list of  tenant complaints are high  reins, poor standards ol maintenance, and low vacancy rates  The Tenants Provincial  Infoimaiion Hotline is open  Monday lo Friday, . am In I  pm.  Call l-H0d.--S.ll-S. This  project is funded by the Law  Foundation of liritish Columbia,  - Asphalt & Cedar Reroofing  - Repair Low slope  Torch on Membranes  Mens Wear  *\\\\mW    .___     ___      J.  I Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-93301  SALE  mmWM    ______-__k��___-L__  mi    ���.-.- ��� . '���   :     /.  ���'., "  ���  ''Xi%. ���  flflCS.. ��� at Morgans  ��� -.,-,.---������  -_���_..:������ .....    . ..     .. .. _._���____�����,���_���_.___,_._...  ��� CoihI old fashioned sing a longs are a regular feature at  Kirkland Jessie (.aims (centre) is at  the  piano, while  (aweiidolyn Lean, John (irognet antl Shelley Ctroia hariiioni/e  'Sweet Adeline' and other old favourites. See story.  Rose Mic hnlsoii photo  lo Ik-met  "We have to equip the  daycare wilh cribs and  mattresses, with blankets and  bumper pads, and all Ibe things  that babies need," she  explained "We are looking to  the communily lo help us find a  lot of this equipment We need,  for example, twin strollers, so  lhat Ihe daycare workers can  take the infants for slum outside  walks; we need snugglics and  backpacks too, as well as baby  toys and curtains for the  windows. If anyone out there  has this kind of Stuff in llie  basement, in reasonably good  condilion. we'd lie very happy  Intake it off their hands"  lo arrange for pick-up or lo  find oul more about the Teen  Parent Education Program,  please call Dianne al 886-2469,  or Donna Jepson at HHoHl .1  "These young women have  taken on a very big  responsibility in deciding lo  have anil keep Iheir babies If  llie community can give Ihem  iis support, ii will help them  and llteir babies gel oft lo a  heller sian iu life." said Evans.  Teen parent  education  program slated  A daycare program designed  to enable young women with  infants to return to high school  is scheduled to start up this  September at Elphinsioiie  Secondary  The program has two main  components: a (irade H to 12  educational program with  daycare support It will he ahle  to serve up lo 12 teens during  the first year of operation  Funding will come from a  variety of sources including the  Ministry of Social Services and  Housing, the Ministry of Health  and other community  organizations The school  district has provided a trailer lo  house the program ai  Elphinsioiie Facilitator Dianne  Evans is optimistic aboul pulling  the funding in place in time for  the start of the school year, bin  ihere are needs which still have  Open Daily 1-4  NORTH OAKS  767 North Road  Gibsons, B.C.  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Yoo can also continue to enjoy your favorite foods when  and where you like���right Irom Day One!  JOIN NOW AND SAVE!  NEW Personal Choice? Program  For lurther Inlormation call: 886-7464 (Carol)  Coasl News, August 5,1991  Challenge 91 student works with seniors  SFU sluilrot Shelley (.russ is  finding ihe benefits go both  Win Willi her summer job at  Kirkland < mire  Illicit under the federal  government's challenge '91  program. Shelley's job de  icrlpilon specified lhal she  work with seniors at Kirkland  Centre's adull day care program  and visii ihose seniors in their  homes who were finding it  difficult lo gel oul inlo the  conutiimily  She has discovered that as  she shares the memories and  experiences of these 'elders', her  own perception! have been  enriched  "Some of these people have  lived such interesting lives," she  said "I've learned so much from  them"  Shelley has been active in the  musical life of the Coast for  many years, so many of the  activities she instigates revolve  around the piano at the (entre.  The day of Ihe Coast News  visit. Jessie (iainis. who used to  he a music teacher and spent  many years as an accompanist  for the Sunshine Coast  Choristers, sal at Ihe piano and  played old laviiurite melodies,  while Shelley and a group  joined in.  vtlieii Invited, Shelley will  also go in a senior's home, or  lake .someone lor an inning or  to church  "Porpoise ll..\ is a favourite  place," she said, "or sometimes  we will just go 10 the coffee  shop ill the mall for a cup ol  tea"  Man I .ilchaski. supervisor ol  the program, explained Ihe  activities al Kirkland Centre arc  under the umbrella of Ihe Home  Support Society  "We realist-it ihe was a need  for Ibis," she said "A lol ol  seniors who can'l gel out of  Iheir homes feel a sense ol  Isolation   We never go unless  we are invited, because tome  people ilnn't waul anyone in  their homes  "Shelley is doing an excellent  job She's enriched Ihe program  so much. She encourages Ibe  clients to network among  themselves, ami to gel Involved  in community aitiviiies"  l.dchaski   lold   the  Coast  News the project undertaken by  lasi year's! Iiillenge 'Oil student  was a collection of oral history  reminisce ni ts which have been  pm logeiiiei into a hook called  'Reflections' which will be oul  iu book sioies Ihis fall  Ihe Adull Day Care Program  al Kiikland t (Mil on Simpkins  Koad ill Davis Hay is funded by  Ihe provincial Ministry of  Health For three days a week il  gives seniors Ihe opportunity to  gel out and socialize, enjoy a  home conked meal, plav bridge,  learn a new craft or polish Ihe  skills of an old one. take part in  ���be exercise program or go on  an outing  Eligibility for the program is  determined hy the Ministry of  Health's Long Term Care  program and participants arc  eligible lor assistance Their is a  small daily fee for Ihe meal and  program activities and materials  Participants arrange thru  own transportation wherever  possible, or use Ihe mini bus  when necessary, the staff at ihe  centre will help to arrange  transportation  lo join ihe program, or for  more Information, phone Mary  I .ilchaski al the Home Support  offices in leredo Square in  Sechelt. HHS SI if  Economic profile unveiled  by Rosa HHcImbIimi  An economic profile of the  Sunshine Coasl, commissioned  by llie Economic Development  Commission (EDO, was unveiled recently  The profile, prepared by  Caryl Worden and _vo Marcon  of Studio Douse, is lo be used  by Ihe EDC as a tool to promote  economic development on the  Coasl  Subjects covered in the report include an analysis of economic sectors, demographics,  labour, housing, education, and  a profile of local communities.  Some Interesting trends  emerge irom Ihe study Coast  residents will noi be loo surprised lo learn that the years  irom 19-0 to 1991 saw the  largest population increase in  ihe history of the area, with almost M) percent ol the population arriving ill lhal lime  iu contrast to the 14 to I i  percent figure for the rest ol the  prmline _ll percent ol the res  iileuis o| the (nasi are self employed Alihoiigh most ol these  people are iu traditional businesses, there- is a new wave of  professionals who have taken  advantage of the electronic rem  liiiiou which makes ii possible  10 easily access clients across, die  country  Among a wide variety of in  formation, the profile shows  lhal although real estate prices  have risen sharply iu ihe lasl  lew years, costs are slid considerably less lhail on tlie Lower  Mainland antl total value ol  ciiiisiiiiiiion has doubled since  I9H0  Economic    Developmeni  Officer Hill Moore said llie profile will wilt he an Invaluable  tool, particularly for the marketing ol commercial properties at  Hillside Industrial Park, as the  inlormation provided is llie sort  oi thing Investors are looking  for when ihey are making decisions on the location of business  enterprises.  He said the $9000 cost of the  profile will he amply repaid if il  persuades jusl one business to  locale at Hillside  Copies of llie reporl will he  available lo the public al a cosl  of $10  Terminal Forest  Products  revises plans  Director Gordon Wilson  reported at the lasl meeling ot  llie regional dislricl board, on  his recenl talks witli Terminal  loresi Products aboul Iheir  plans for weed control in the  Doriston area.  He said llie company will  only be using the controversial  herbicide Vision in an injection  method of Healing each  nullsiclual tree. " if Ihey use if  .11 all We may be able lo avert il  (the use of Vision) entirely."  Al a recent public meeling iu  -giuiuil. a large number of  people from all over the Coasl  gathered lo prolesi the  spraying ol the chemical.  Jan llrinton. a member of  Foresl Watch, lold the Coast  News the group has committed  Itself 10 prevent llie use ol herbicides anywhere on the Coast.  \ i _-_-_____l  ��� Wine Season is coming!  ^M Let us know your needs  ���_ so we can both be ready.  ���I CONGRATULATIONS  ��� HELEN BELCHER  ��� WINNER o. a 28 DAY  ���^^^^        \V()(iDBRIDGE WINK I.I I  ������������ _!l_(iim.i I'l  M J       (,il, ..,..������ I .sis.Iii.m.    HHIi.-l-  HONGKONG   i  EXCLUSIVE    I  $  |   34Q00 ^mmmfk  - December 4-11 -  Includes:  ��� Air - Via Cathay Pacific  ��� 6 Nights hotel  | ��� Transfers ��� More  Across from Pronto's  Beside Gibsons Medical Clinic  No golf course for Langdale  Ihe I'lanuing Committee oi  the Regional District has  recommended that an application for a 2SH acre golf  course ill the langdale area be  refused  Area P Dire .tor Jeremy Frith,  inning lhat the area applied for  contains some of the best  agricultural laud iu the Dislricl .  said "I have no trouble scotching this one."  Although golf courses are an  allowable use of the Al II zoning  oi ihe area, planning director  ludy Skngsi.ul pointed oul llie  Regional Dislricl is in the  process of amending the hi law  to prohibit golf clubs mi  agricultural laud.  Included iu Ihe Vancouver  developmeni company's  application was a request for  waler and sewer services  "Those facilities are not  available for that kind of  development," said Director Jim  t .ill nil  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE  SERVICE  RECYCLING TIPS  18.   The de-inking plant scheduled to go into production  this winter on the Lower Mainland is promising to create  a demand lor used magazines. At present, used  magazines crate 2.5% (by weight) of landfill waste. The  Gibsons Recycling Depot will be accepting magazines  soon, so you may wish to save yours if you have storage  mom.  With older, high-temperature de-inking processes,  magazines would "gum up" the works with sticky bindings  and coloured clay coatings, and so were difficult to  recycle. The newei, lower-temperature de-inking  technology actually needs a mix ot 30% magazines and  70% newspiint to function al its best.  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  O  . ���... _ ___��__��--_.  alb*___l_________l_____________lls_  -______________���  mmm 10.  Coast News, August S, 1991  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 8862622  Faith Healer comes  to coast  Itcach House I'riiduclions is  bringing llie Ilit of Ihe I OH')  fringe Festival to the Raven's Cry  Theatre In Sechell, August is.  Id and 17.  Faith. Healer which  recently had a successful run al  The Art's Club Thealre in  Vancouver, is a mesmerizing  account of life with an itinerant  Irish Faith Healer Written by  Brian Frlel, litis is a tale of  expectation and disappointment, oi love and pain, of  mull and self-deception building  lo a horrifying and inexorable  conclusion.  "Fantastic" Frances Hardy is  an old-fashioned faith healer  who travels lo musty, little coal-  stove heated halls in Wales.  Scotland and Ireland lo make a  living wilh a laying on of hands.  This is Ins story, and the Story of  those closest to him. his devoted  wife, draic and his promoter,  stage-manager Teddy  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  ii I--inii IK .i��o Production  "Faith Healer"  (Hit of 1.8. Fringe rosslivnl)  by Brian Friel  K*..K-..-::.:. r:.,:-:.>:-:->:-:o>����Kr::>K::-:.y->.:K:  .caliiriiig Jcsfiic Awnrci Winner  Bernard Cuf fling  with lionise Whitney & Mdi.jn Evana  The Cappucino & Dcswcii  l.iir behind Ahfidow l.nux  Cnllciie<s will tx. open 'Lil  1:00 pm lo nccortimodaLe  lhoiillorllienl.iv crowd  The language (if the play is  music lo the ears mid die cast of  three gently, hm confidently  draws tlie audience into their  lives.  lie maul Ciillliug. winner of  the Jessie Richardson award.  plays Ihe fast talking promoter  Teddy; Martin Evans plays the  I.mil healer and Louise Whitney  lakes on the role of bis broken  wife, tirace All three are  seasoned veterans of tlie stage  The show runs Thursday  Ihrough Saturday wilh an 8 .0  pm curtain. Tickets are available  at Raven's Cry Theatre Ilox  Ollice  Noted blues/folk guitarist artist Ken llainm (right) and band gave an appreciative crowd at  Roberts Creek Inner Ear Studios a night of song and dance July 30. Jan Michael Sherman photo  Mailing to present Hutchinson lecture  In open the Festival of the  Written arts this year, Eric  Malting, host of (TV's W., will  presenl the 2nd Annual llruce  Hutchison Lecture. One of  Canada's musl respected television hosts, Eric Malting is llie  winner of lour ACTRA's (Iwo  for hesi television  liosl/inlervlewer) and he is the  only (iiiirualisi in twice win the  Gordon Sinclair Award for  outstanding broadcast  journalism  Raised in southern  Saskatchewan, Mr Malting attended the University of  Saskatchewan and worked  summers for the Swift Current  Sun. He then attended the  School of Journalism at Carlcton  University and while -still a student ihere, filed parliamentary  reports for several  Saskatchewan radio stations  Aller receiving his degree, he  worked as legislative reporter  for Ihe Regina Leader-Post, lie-  fore being hired by tlie Toronlo  .jlar, lirst in Toronlo where he  covered Queen's I'ark. then in  (niawn as parliamentary correspondent. He also contributed  in the Washington Post. His career in television journalism began wilh (TV News as parliamentary correspondent in 1.7.  He also appeared regularly on  Question Period and on Canada  AM before joining the program  Fifth Estate in 1976.  Eric Malting has reported  from every pan of Canada and  Irom more than ���ill other countries on an enormous range of  subjects His accuracy of observation, ipiick wit and skill in  communication have gained  bill) the success and respecl lie  enjoys from his peers and from  viewers all over Canada You  can meet him on Thursday.  August H al K pm when he  speaks in the Festival Pavilion.  Another Canadian well-  known lor his skills iu television journalism as well as in  writing and cartooning will also  be a speaker al Ibis year's  Festival  He is Men Wicks who  thinQS tO  do     on the sunshine coast  Tsain - ko Gift Shop  -57/ 'D-?  atW oi'O'&irlimis ffivitpkx  Native Arts -3. Crafts  Silver and Turquoise Jewellery  Cedar Baskets. Wood Carvings  Moccasins. Prints _P Cards  SSS H VYyTIO 1, SECHELT (ACROSS FROM ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL)  88S-4S92 VISA ft MASTERCARD ACCEPTED  _-_a Elphinstone .-  Pioneer Museum  Winn Rd., across from the Post Office  886-8232  Pedals __ Paddles  QE|fl,J|| C " Mountain Bikes,  l-EI-1 HLa Canoes & Kayaks  Hourly, daily or weekly  Beginner Kayak lessons avail.  OPEN SUNDAYS _:.--_:_-  SMS Dolphin SI., Sf-Ml 881-6440  L, BROOK,  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  Ns  .i-M'v    y��>|    Bed 6t Breakfast it Campground  '-.-.__*___��_.>    | Restaurant 886-2188; Office 886-2887  Follow Gower Pt. Rd. to  Ocean Bench Esplanade  "SMyM sU  .kftCanJcMk  on Armour* _W__rh"  %Vs]AK "On the Water"  JULY EVENTS  '  ��� Courses    ��� Eco Tours  ��� Workshops For further inlormation  Beginners Welcome & registration  RENTALS - GROUP RATES     call 886-3136  ^^gXnA* &a��* <3a&Jam  5697 Cowna St., StChtll 885-7606  ART WORK ft CAPPUCCINO OPEN DAILY  A great combination lor Ihe summer.  Villi our cappuccino a deiMrt bar on  me aundstck behind me gallery.  12 NOON -  I 0 PM  POTTBHY ��� PICTURE FRAMING  ��� CAPPUCCINO   -ARTWORK  RENT-ITI       V  ______ me.        /.-.  Canoe Rentele  Daily - Weekly - Monthly  5540 Inlet Ave. - Sechelt  emigrated tu Canada from  London, England, in 19.7. A  self-educated man, lie in the author of Id hooks, among them  such satirical cartoon studies as  Ben Wicks' Book of Losers, So  You Want To Be Prime  Minister, and The First (and  Second and Third) Treasury  of Ben Wicks, and memoirs  such as No Time To Wave  (rood-Bye, which is the story of  the wartime evacuation of  llrilisli children, and Nell's  War, an account of llie lives of  his mother and her neighbours  during llie London hlilz No  Time To Wave Good-bye was  on the London Times besl  siller list for II) weeks and on  die Canadian list for Id weeks  Hen Wicks' cartoons are syndicated hy Soiitham News and  appear in more than Kill North  American daily papers For his  television series, The World of  Ben Wicks, an interview show  that ran for (5 years, lie was  praised hy Time Magazine for  having "the uncanny knack of  anticipating the news and  commenting on it with a del-  pliic twist."  A tireless worker and  speaker on behalf of charily.  Hen Wicks was presented with  Ihe Order of Canada in I .Wi. A  year later his wife Doreen, a  medical worker in the developing world, received the same  order, making ihem one of the  few couples in Canada to be so  honoured.  lien Wicks will be speaking  in the Festival Pavilion on  Friday, August 9 al H pm.  Tickets to all Festival events and  Jazz concerts are available  Monday through Saturday from  II to 4 at the Festival ticket  booth beside the Seclielt Info  Centre. Or you can mail your  ticket request to Ilox 2299  Sechell or, if you wish to use  your Visa or Mastercard, you  can phone your order to H-S-  9631.  Rockwood presents Coast artists  The Rockwood Centre presents eight coastal artists during  Augusi, with individual styles  and talents creating an exciting  show.  Gordon Munro and Lyall  Nanson will display their west  coast inspired watercolours. I'at  Forst's magnificent wall sculptures will hang along side Greta  Guzek's whimsical silk screens.  Two of Tina Thomson's joyful mono prints have heen held  over from her successful July  show and provide a contrast to  the semi-abstract coloured pen  cil drawings of I'at Chamberlin.  Ed Hill will be showing a selection of his si-rigraphs including work iu which Ik- collaborated wilh Lyall Nanson while  Roy I'etcrs' wild life depiction is  achieved with mixed media and  soft colours.  The Sunshine Coast Spinners  and Weavers Exhibition continues through August in the  lounge with new selections having heen added to the show.  Gallery hours are varied so  please call H-5-2.22 before visiting.  Rut-edge show at Hunter Gallery  by Anne Gurney  Marilyn Rutk-dge opens her 12th annual show of work  entitled "By the Shore" at Hunter Gallery on August...  In this show, Marilyn focuses on the shore with and  without people. Lighting ranges from an evening launch  of New Year's wish lights, through grey days on the sand  bar, to bright sunshine games on the beach.  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'��*s  Come In soon for  BREAKFAST  8 am. | lam Monday thru Saturday  8am-2:30 Sundays  WNCH  Ham - 3pm Mondav thru Saturday  5f*m-10pmW_edl<ays  ^--���J_-_-jdlK-_^-_nd.  Mariners' popular dinner menu  PLUS Vegetarian plates  1500 Marine Drive ,-��^ MMM*  Gibsons Landing '     "      "  ___________  ��� - ��� ���* m _ ��-._���-_ - .  .. .._. ....a.... ....  --'-"''-1'ieii-saii.liii i  _____ Coast News, August 5.1991  11.  BY PETER TROWER  by r_t_r Trowor  Looming up behind us in a  small (bit-topped mountain like  a wooded mesa, about IROU  feet high.  That's where we're heading  next," Chuck It-union- infonns  us one day. "1 may as well tell  you right now that it ain't going  to be any picnic up there. Had a  look at her over the weekend.  Three of the hairiest goddam  sidehill shows I've ever seen in  my life! Old Craniden's put off  logging them as long as he  could hut this is the lasl year of  his timber lease so they gotta Ik  yarded. Shouldn't he any real  problem. We'll just have to  watch ourselves, that's all."  None of us is loo happy with  this information but we accept  it philosophically. "What Ilit?  hell," shrugs Stretch, "I guess we  hired oul to he tough. It can't he  any worse than some of the  mountain-goal shows I've  worked."  "It cannot he any worse than  lumping out of aeroplanes  either," Luigi observes brightly.  New exhibit  at Arts  Centre  "A Mixed Hag" features the  work of prlntmaker Greta  Ciji.ek, Ceramist Katie Janyk,  woodturner Gary Kelly, and  walcrcolourist Cordon Munro.  tireta's work is whimsical.  light-hearted and colourful, wilh  subjects drawn from her daily  life.  Kalie's clay takes many forms  as she experiments.  Can's wootltiirning reveals  the beauty of domestic and imported woods shaped lo infinite  varieties of rotary forms.  I'm dubious about the whole  prospect hut I say nothing  The small fishing village of  Clam Flats lies about a half  hour's hoat mn from Craniden's  Camp. Il's a jerkwater little  place of maybe 200 people bin  it does boast a pull, perched on  shaky mussel-encrusted pilings  beside the dock. Every couple  of weeks, most of tlie crew  heads over there lo heer-up and  forget aboul (tie woods for a  few hours. Juigi, who doesn't  drink, deigns lo accompany us  on these dissolute jaunts.  "I have lo save the money In  bring my Carta here," he  explains.  Luigi - or Lou as most of the  guys call him - is sincerely  devoted to his distant fiancee.  He shows me a recent  photograph of her, a dark,  pretty girl posed fetcliingly  against a low stone wall with  snowy peaks in the  background.  "She and me, we were  childhood sweethearts," he tells  me with a yearning homesick  look. "Always we knew we  would marry someday."  I have no particular woman  in my own life at this point and  feel a twinge of envy. "What  made you decide to leave her  and come to Canada?" I ask  him.  "Times are very hard In the  old country right now. No  opportunity to get ahead. I aria  and me, we talk it over many  times. Out. is a poor village. In  the end we agree it is best that  we emigrate to Canada."  "Hut why did you choose the  logging camps? Il's a tough way  to make a living and there sure  as hell isn't much future."  "Oh, I tried to get other work  when I first came lo Vancouver  but this was all I could find.  Anyhow, I like the outdoors  and I have a curiosity about ihis  logging business. I used to do  some rock climbing in the Alps  when I was younger. I have  always loved the mountains.*  "Well, I don't know if you're  going lo love the kind of  country we're heading into  nexl. Sounds pretty damn grim  to me." |  "Ah, il will be all right," says  Luigi with a confident grin.  "That  Chuck,  he's probably I  exaggerating" I  "Sure hope you're right. Rut  Chuck's been around the woods  for a long time. He's not the sort  of guy who'd feed us a line"  Our days of grace are rapidly  running out Late on a friday.  we haul in the last log on the  flat selling "Well, boys," says  Chuck Fenmore with a wry  look, "that's it for the candy  side Come Monday, we start  doing some real side-hill  gouging lleiter hang a few more  culks in your hoots over the  weekend You're going to need  good footing ���  Tlie mobile steel-tower unit  is mounted on a rial-deck truck  We run in the yarding cables,  guylines and blocks and ready il  and ihe grapple-loader for the  iipiiiouniain trek  That weekend. Stretch  Fletcher, several other crew  members and myself make one  of our periodic trips to the Clann  Flats pub After a few beers the  whole business of the coming  move seems much less  daunting. "No sweat," laughs  Sl retch, "we can hack the  sucker."  Tel  Grand prize for  Coast songwriter  There will he a reception for  the artists at the Arts Centre at 2  pm Saturday, August 111.  Refreshments will he served and  everyone is welcome.  The reception includes a  demonstration of green wood  faceplate turning hy craftsman  Cary Kelly. This is a fascinating  process as a clumsy piece of  rough wood becomes a delicate  vessel on the one hand and a  mound of curled, transclucent  shavings on Ihe other.  Exhibition hours are 10 to .  Tuesday to Saturday, I to 4  Sunday.  tew  NOTICE  J BOARD  EVENTS BY DATE  Saturday, August 24  Save Georgia Strait-Sechelt to Nanaimo  Marathon. Swim, row.paddle, snorkel or surf  part way or all the way solo or with a relay  team. An environmental Illness ans  awareness event lor all ages. Deadline lor  advance registration Is July 30. Inlo: 885-  7143.  Saturday a Sunday, July 27,28 _  August 3,4,10,11,17,18,24 &31  Artists and crattspeople will be displaying  their handmade items Irom 10:00am to  4:00pm at the town parking lott nexl to  Variety Foodss In Gibsons Landing. There are  still spaces available lor display. Call nancy at  Richards 886-2116.  July 27-Aug. 31  The Friends ol Caren are offering Iree  �� GIBSONS  SUegion  Branch 10-  Members and Guests Welcome  Friday, Aug 9  & Sat., Aug 10  Joe  McDonald  guided tours in the old growth lores! ol Ihe  proposed Sechelt Peninsula Upland Park  every Saturday Irom July 27 to August 31.  Interested wilderness enthusiasts can meet  lo car pool al the Wildlife Rehabilitation  Cenlre (2 km north ol Trout Uke on Hwy.  101) al 11 am. Carry a picnic lunch and join  Ihe lun. Inlo: 883-2807 or 885-7143.  Mon., August 5  TALL TREES  Learn aboul the trees ol Porpoise Bay Park.  Walk begins at the beach bulletin board at  10:30.  Friday, August 9  Sunshine Coasl Liberal Association Annual  Cruise al 5:30 pm. Tickets _ Inlo 885-9491.  Teen Drop-in. Gibsons Outreach. Videos, ping  pong, collee, lea, snacks _ games. 7-11 pm.  Kinsmen Hall-Dougal Park. Lale bus  provided by Gibsons Bus Service.  Saturday, Augusi 10  Egmont Lions Club Family Fun Fish Deiby  loday and Sunday. Enlry lee $5 per person.  Prizes Galore! Contact Egmont Marina, 883-  2298.  Continued on page 20.  LIBRARIES  (.ilisniis & District  Public Library  Hum's:  Turn.  9:.0-Spm  Wnl.  9:.10-.|iiu  Tliurs  l2:_0--rnil  Sat.  ..W-.pin  STORYTIMEl             Weil, ttkiin  .Sechelt  Public Library  Hours:  Tues.  K-.0-i.ptil  Ws-b  lO.W-lpni  Tiiurs  lll:.W-7pni  Iii  l-5piii  Sill.  IO:J0.4piii  Subscription ��� $2 per year  Limn Period - 2 weeks  Loan Limit - ri luniks Inttly 2 new)  Overdues - IW/wk. per bunk  Mm-IIUOIMN IUAII HAYMAII.  Redemption stings is what  you sung to shake clown evil's  throne  Crying In the wilderness,  wishing lo come home,  And we will build Up stone  by stone, the new Jerusalem  Where brother stand wilh  brother In the new world yet to  come  (chorus)  So move it up, move it on  Wont you lay your burden  down  Your brothers and sisters In  the world turning 'round  Will carry the light thai  you've found.  Imagine all the people  living without fear.  Make your dreams conic  real you said, to anyone who'd  hear,  And those of us who  listened, those of us who dare.  Will build a new reality  because we really care  (chorus)  And all the blight lights  shtni ������; In Ihe heavens high  above.  Ha e played Iheir parls  upon 'his stage and given of  their love.  And all for you and tile my  friend, that we might clearly  see.  Within the people lhat we  are, the gods we truly be.  Move 11 <l/>  Wesley Ftiinmolo  (c) low  Wesley Furumoto, Sunshine  Coast singer/songwriter, has  been awarded a Grand Prize in  the I'uget Sound Song Contest.  His song "Move ll Up" won out  over some ..SO entries after  initially winning in the "World  Meat" category.  Furumoto who hails from  Hawaii, was delighted witli his  song's showing. "The sponsors  said they didn't expect more  than 7(1 or 7S entires", the quiet-  spoken artist lold the Coasl  News. "So it was an awesome  response, especially considering  it was the contest's first year"  Funimoto's prizes included a  hea in i fully hand-carved  lltiimihiiimiiiii-unu-t-ipua a  fish ("fish with a pig-tike nose")  on a pedestal, recording studio  time,    a    tape   duplication  package, and a management  consultation session.  Furumoto has been writing  songs for IS years and believes  in llie efficacy of entering  contests. "I put out songs in ihe  mail (to contests), something  like putting seeds in the ground  Sometimes something comes  up. It's also a good way to have  your songs heard."  Wesley, wife/manager Vickl,  and (lie rest of their family are  about lo move from the Coast,  but their many friends will lie  gladdened lo learn that they  hope to relocate in nearby  Washington State.  "I'm gonna miss people here,  hut I'm pretty sure III be back",  said Wesley. Commenting on  the people he's performed for  since arriving on llie Coast, lie  observed: "They are very  attentive audiences, very  appreciative of good music. It's  something 1 didn't always gel  hack on the islands playing for  tourists or playing in lounges."  From Wesley and Vicki's  friends and fans: "Aloha Oe"  (Til the next time around)  ��� Friendly Counlrv Legion 1  Roberts  Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  Friday, Aug 9  & Sat., Aug 10  AZULEJOS  FRIDAY NITF. DINNER  Baron of Beef  SAT. NITE DINNER  Sleiik - with all  Ihe trimmings  -t.m_.ri and bona lid-Ate.,,.  guMts wtleomt ��.>|u/  Grilled New York Sink  Set. Night Dinners  BINOO ��� TUES. EVENINQS  llie H'SOUI  mini  SV:fT-  Welcome to the Boathouse, just a ferry ride away  in beautiful Horseshoe Bay.  Our regular menu features a selection of tried  and true favourites...and our DAILY MARKET  SHEET offers an ever changing variety of the  finest quality seafood from the West, East and Gulf  Coasts as well as a variety of other specialties.  Dinner is served nfter 5:00 daily.and be sure to  join us for our Sunday Brunch Buffet, 10:30 am to  2:00 pm. Our fabulous buffet has a hot and cold  selection to tempt even the most particular.  Featuring designer omelettes, flaming crepes, eggs  Benedict, Belgian waffles PLUS a large assortment  of seafood, fresh fruit and dessert pastries.  We offer friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals! If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please let  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations.  FAMILY DINING        I   NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Andy's Restaurant Lunch md dinner  specials every day. Closed Mondays. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  -penalties include veil dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch Buffet  every Sunday from llam-3 pm. Hwy 101,  Gibsons. 886-3388. Open 11-9, .Sun. closed  Mondays, 11-10 Tues.-_._l.  TV Boat HOUK-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 wefl as a  variety of other specialties. Join us after 5 pm  for dinner or (or our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  youll keep coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please  let us know and well make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-8188.  AD major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot Comfortable almosphere  wkh warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quiches and daily spedab are aO prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both healthful and  dc_cious. Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious desserts air baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orden for  the beach and cappucino are available. The  Coast's bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Mon. * Tues. 9am-5pm, Wed. - Sat. 9am-  9pm. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechdt.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-9962.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for all of our menu items. Big  burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican spedab, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily features.  With a European flair, the Coast Club Cafe  offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5519  Wharf Ave., Secheh, 8854344. Visa, Mastercard and American Express accepted - seating  for 60.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Bring the  whole fami!) and join us for great dining al the  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor  Inn, on Hwy. tOI 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 5:30 am until 9 pm, and Thurs. to  Sat. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30-10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm, featuring a  scrumptuous salad bar, with a large selection  of hot and cold dishes and desserts. Eat to  your heart's content. Reservations 886-4501.  SS seats plus banquet room.  Ihe Omega Pisa, Sleak 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, forma star or  the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu indudea  pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet fariaue.  availar__. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: ��20. Rf.ervat.ons  recommended, located in Gibsons Und-ng at  1S38 Gower Point Rd. 886-22H. Open for  Lunch Man. -Fri., 11:30-2:30; Dinner Dairy  4-9 pm, Fri. A Sat., 'til 10 pm.  VHaae RcaU-Uriflt - Coiy family style  cafe wkh an extensive menu fealuring .pedal  pasta dunes, steak and teafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch and dinner  spedab or have breakiM mytime. Saturday*  are Prime Rib nights. Fitly licenced. Open 7  days a week, Mon. ��� Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fn.S_l.,__Sun..7amu.9pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechdt. 885-9811  Visa _k Masurvard  i>eekHoi_*.tat_n_*dir_^andla_re-  pean cuisine in a sopNaticMd yet casual *-> [  riv)sphere.We_ewi^koflamb,ca--k,crtb, I  dams, sea-tops, leaks, alio d___y spariak. I  Reservations recommended. Roberts Crssk I  Road and Beach Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 [  rm Closed Mondays ft Tuesdays. V.MC. 40 j  seats.  Uwd Jim's Rcaort Hold- a tr  view of Thormanby Island and the Mil  Strain the theme far a bcai-_lf__ii_^ Ota. |  Super friendly people, fine interna  cuisine, comfortable tunoundknas, soft muric I  and good wine always add up to make yours a  night to remember. Wkh Ive musk In our |  lounge every weekend snd rea_K_na_ae  rates with a heated swimming pool and .games  room, all our guests fed at home and * mm.  So, for a night out or a get-away weekend ajnc  us a call. Starting lune IS, summer houn far  the restaurant wll tr. Breakfaat ft Lunch. I j  am to 2 pm; Dinner 5:30 pm to 10 pm; seven  days a week. For reservations or men -.-Formation cal 885-7(08.  IV Wharf - Open far breakfast, kaidi ]  and dinner seven days a week. Breath  ocean view and sunsm Arm every taHr. Can- I  tinenial cuisine and seafood ants beat. Sunday .L  Brunch from 8 am -2pm. F___y Icenssd and'f'  air-cowhtioned. Dinner reservations non  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  ft_C__W_^Plb--_njoy_^r____rtbei___ty  of Jervis Inlet whie tasting one of our many  hesnestyle _peria_r_rs in the pub; or lha cmuss  sumandbip of our fandy restaurs*. Our  "Skookum Burgs" a a dtalenr to the -safest appetite. Pub hours: Monday ��� Sunday,  11:00 am to 11:30 pm; Friday ft Ss_i_rday,  lIK��amtoc_c--_ruj.l_it-henhoi-rs:9K��_Bnio  9:30 pm - 7 days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located v. mile north of Eamont on Maple  Road.  Grin Nd|hboiirt_ood Pnb ���  Great food every day al day. Appctiaen aid  full menu along wkh terrific cWy -pedals,  available 'till 9 pm every night. We're known  for our great atmosphere and (Odd tanes.  Sun. - Thun. open ti mi_3iighi, Fri. A Sa.  open 'till I am. Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. M68I7I.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner mmi j  offers a variety of appetizen and a  featuring local produce and fresh seafood In ��� I  reined setting with ocean view. Avert*. d_n- |  ner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, 11 am to 11 I  pm wkh our kitchen open from II am to 10  pm. Pcrider Harbour,883-114S. MC.V.Fuly |  Hccnsed.  ______ Lcflo- Snack #140 ��� a* of \  the bea h_f_i_ on ihe Com every Friday I  nighl b Ihe fihikxu ___rt_D_r_-__l steak _n_n  served from 6 lo 8 pm tor only $6.93. D-mcr I  in-udes 16 est. lop drioin steak ajved wkh [  your choice of baked potao |w_h il the pr- I  nbhetio, ___-Ur-tmaH,/-��!_-__- I  Is i iraen salad with choice of dnaanj  !__.' brad. Lunch is arved Monday lo Fit- |  day from II im lo 2 pm. D_3y ipe_a~  realm- -on. with i rtf-ar menu thai e> |  chides chicken -rips, ounjen and _n_w' '  Th__Us is F-h_ Chip.dly, !_��_*�� ll_l I  order ol Ihe tallica Ml and d_r_ wkh gob I  _rw tor only 14.99. Tike on orden ______  Member, md funis welcome. 99.1 What I  Sire-. SecheH. _H-9tt_.  FINE DINING  -__���' R_a__._r- - On the v  frixitss-hor-olli_mo_isr_-_-_a\_wiin  (.r-wl-rr-iri-c-'����,__->_-ifrar, and  list __lood, and abo offers a rul ranae of  lunch and _nner entjrca. Both mcnui d���nae  daily. with dd-kM <_-y ���*__.. Marin  Drive, Otaons l_n_ra. _H_��4. Mo__�� ��  Saurday: Lunch II-], Monday lo '  Dim-r 9-10 aid Sunday 9., Sunday  11-3. IOO___. V. M.C.  ThtTtRMt-l  ocean panrarna, Tka Tama al -can���brook, locaad on the _a_������mt a Goaar  Pom, offm luperb War, Coaa o_��_e h a  pk���aanut aid ���������ing ���rial  ihoae ae-ne lha <__�� aid a .  dad ol a-v-t set otm (hah local BC food,  expertly prepared and preaariad In o sariad  ol anK-ai. etsmm and daam tor  ___ri miiiaat. M_��i _�������.--_--- -  Oram Ba-h Eec-rade. Owl-unar- T__-  day to Sunday 9-0 pm - M- P-W "  Br-rdi- lOamJpm. To book �����__..*_���,  ptaae-iMMW.  aaaaaaaaaaaaal M - ��� ������  ��� ���_..,._-. ._._��������� >.   .-���_,ar,^><aM--a-_-.a-.-..--:-.--i.^----------------^  i_________f_______a_ia  *��� I    ���  a___l_l______________i_____l____i Coast News. August 5.1991  Tanks and bellies filled at  Sechelt station  List sviiI, a hint- uiiil while,  I'Mil  CIll'Vl   V I silloul llllS III]  leri.ili/nl al Ilit- rear nl the  Siilull Shell Maliiin lletnre king  smells mn .i-.miii.mil with  things .iiilninotiw were emanating Irniii within .minus redo  km tif |hiI.iiik'n lr\int. in hui oil.  simmering clam chowder ami  .hill < -irifyillg matters, sialinn  attendants were handing inn  .iiiiiiinnienieiil cards hi i.ililinit  llie arrival nl 'Hie lln-' a mobile  kill In u  featuring  lln-   Inline  CiKiklllH "I one Dean Grayilnn  Graulnii anil partner Dave  Munro liKik our ihe Cowrie  anil Trail Shell Malum eight  millttllS ago. lull summer hllsl  ness is oil. estimates Giawloit.  In .ihoui io percent  "Thc Inis nil.i is mainly 111  compensate loi tit. pool tourist  -*%+  Demi Graydou  mixes more than  just i_oi nl service  at the Sechell  Shell station With  a flair loi looking  anil portable  kitcheii oiilianil.  "filler op." takes  on a new  meaning.  Jan Mi.Iiiie-I  shi-imaii plioiii  G  oast  obbler Ltd.  Shoe Saks. Repairs & Accessories  MOW FEATURING  A Full Line Of  Workboots &  Ladies' Redwings  Comfort & Dependability  - Trusted For Geiierolioiis  5-84 - Unit 3, Hwy.  (/.cross From Bi_ Ma*  101, Sechell  s)  885-6393  OPEN TUESDAY TO SATURDAY, 9:OP AM 'TIL 5:OQ PM  liadc." (iraydon nils ihe Coasl  News, adding with a laugh  'Anylhlng to bring Ihem in1"  "Tills nle.i all actually Started  with my mother who cooks in a  logging camp." Dean smiles  "lor Ihe lasl three or lour years  she's wanted a mohite kilchen  because she's wanted to tin tlie  Tow Wow t ir_-t.il' - you know,  sell limit and pay tier way "  (iraydon explains ili.it ihe  "Cow Wow < in nil" refers to die  (roughly) several do/en annual  native gathering* I held chiefly  on reserves in the ���' S ) which  feature iraditioiial dancing, music ami guesi speakers and al  nail thousands <>t native ami  nun u.iiiie visitors (irayilou's  mother I die is a memlier of the  ( nasi Salish Irom Nanaiiuo  "l'ie owned ihe hits for three  years, put ii into operation as a  imihite kilchen during ihe  summer ol '89", says (iraydon "I  had it ai die terry terminal, Sea  Cavalcade, Rolierts Creek Daw.  and ihe oitd spmts tournament."  Tlie service station operator  nun stopgap short order cook  frowns. "I did well with ihe Inis,  hut die main reason I only operated dial one summer was red  tape Mostly from die Highways  Department"  Dean wtio grew up iu  Vancouver, spent a lot of lime  visiting with family on the  Coast, and has lived in Knhcrls  (nek lor four years He did  first Aid work al IISIT. and  Spent two years alongside his  im mi cooking iu logging camps.  'Ihe llus' is open Tuesday  through Salurday from Until-  "pm, with Dean personally  running it "muit we decide lor  sure dial we're going lo keep il  going on a (permanent i basis"  Featured are (irayilou's  home-made chill, "< lieech"  ("tries. Cheddar, chili, and more  iheddar'"), clam chowder, hut  tings ami snonlntic iutroiluc.'il  chicken hurgers  For trench fry freaks,  (iraydon makes a special point  of mentioning (twice) thai his  fries are "fresh-cut w ith die skins  nil "  dim mn cooked m Itivnii'i  SAVE  -~~    All In-Stock  Kitchen  &  Bathroom Accessories  Stock Liquidation Sale  EVERYTHING MUST GO  Come In  And See Our Fine Selection Of  0 Bathroom  Towels, Vanity Sets, Soaps,  Oils, Curtains, Rings & Bars  0 Kitchen  Utensils, Pots, Pans, Glasses,  Bowls, Canisters  Sports  enthusiasts,  both here  and from  abroad, are  taking  advantage of  the variety  of kayak,  canoe, hoat  and sea doo  rentals  available.  Joel  Johnston.  photo  Sunshine Coast bursaries awarded  The Sunshine Coast  Scholarship, Bursary and Loan  Society is pleased to announce  that Kisiiiilenlsof the area who  have completed one or more  years of post secondary schooling have been awarded $_so  each  file amount of the bursary  varies from year lo year depending on die milliner of applicants  and on die amount ol money  lhat has accrued from interest  on donations and awards supplied in many businesses to  students graduating in June  These awards are kept for up  to IH months ii si luteins do not  continue to post secondary education Immediately Many students lake lime oul lo travel or  to get jots experience before  continuing  The Society also holds hack  ..sun in provide loans il  needed Bursaries are awarded  on a one-time basis tun a student may apply for a loan twice  This year's recipients are  Derek Adam (Elphinstone), having completed iwo years at  Capilano College is continuing  Getting started at UBC  Heading t<> The University of British Columbia for the  lirst time this fall-' (let to know all the important things  with the help of Orientation '91, a program offered hy  IIHC's School and College liaison Oflice.  Orientation '91 familiarizes you with the UBC campus  and prepares you for the challenges and excitement of  student life. All first-year students, their parents, and  college-transfer students are invited to attend.  Participate in Orientation '91 and get a head start at  UBC. For more information call 822-3733.  Bone marrow info session  The Canadian Red Cross is presenting the first Hone  Marrow Donor Information session and registration  program to he held on the Sunshine (oast, Tuesday,  August I., at 7 pm in (ireciiccourl Hall on Ocean Avenue,  Sechell. Ihey would like to have regular blood donors  attend and any other persons who are interested iu  learning about hone marrow transplants.  TIDE TABLES  Date     I "T.e    Ht Ft  12:40  6 8:65  TU 5:10  930  '4 I  .2  14.t  12.3  Date   Time   HI ft  1:45 14 0  7 9:50 1.5  WE  5:45 14.7  10:35 118  Dale    Time    HI Ft  300  8 10 45  TH   6:20  11:30  Date    rime HI.FI  4:15 13.9  911:30 1.2  FR  6:50 15.3  Date    Time    HI Fl  12:20  10  5:20  SA :2:20  7:20  I00  139  18  15.4  Dale   Time    HI Fl  1:05"   8 8  11  6:25    13.8  SU   1:00     2 8  7:50    15 5  Time   HI.FI.  1:55 7.7  12  7:20 13.5  MO   1:45 4.2  8 20 15.5  S'  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson y.-sp^^-.  Pacific Standard Tlm��  and 7 mln. lor each It. of tail  sScabtni  RENTALS LTD  f ASIOI.F SUpferi N.llft/Spikef.  (wil Ring Nailrr�� flolih Ntilrft  Roofing Nillf r��    H-riwiHicI Floor N_ilt..  (-II for QUOIES on NAIl STOCK  For loiliifi, Smco, P-tJodr, Hi.  EQUIPMENT Ii TOOLS i*0R  IN0U6TRY, CONSTRUCTION, HOME A FARM  Mon.*fUt., 8-6  jg^oi1oibjonf^^B^H^M|IJW744i  ill Commerce al UBC: Aaron  llaggio (Chatelech), continuing  at IIIIC in Pine Arts: Mary  Hurl nil k (Chatelech), continuing at UBC in second year  Science; l.orne Carroll  (Elphinstone), alter three years  al SIM I will lie in second year at  Western College of Veterinary  Medicine in Saskatooni (den  Dempster (Elphinsioiie), having  completed two years at BCIT  wilt continue there ill  Engineering; Glna Flay  (Chatelech), after one year at  Capilano College is ci-iiinuing  in BCIT in financial  Management! Denise foxall  (Chatelech), after one year at  Capilano College and one year  at SHU will he going to  Malaspina College's teaching  program: Matthew Kirk  (Elphinstone), going to second  year of Accounting at Capilano  College; Lisa McCourt  ((liaielech), continuing to second year in Business  Management; Jay Page  (Chatelech), after attending U  Vic will he going to Vancouver  Film School for computer animation; Siew Yong Sim,  (Elphinstone), entering third  year at Queens II for Bachelor of  Science; Erie Sullivan  (Chaletech), after attending  Capilano College and SFU will  he going lo Malaspina  College/University for  Elementary Education; Su.anue  Wilson (Elphinstone). is continuing to second year at Ryerson  University in Radio and  Television Arts; Douglas Wood  (Chatelech., is continuing to  second year iu Aviation at Fraser  Valley College.  Further information ahoul  these bursaries and loans Is  available from the school counsellors and from Mrs it. Kaiikin,  Sociely treasurer.  Vote for  favorite  'green  product1  For over two months  Canadians have heen voting for  their choice to select Canada's  mosi environmentally infinity  consumer product  Companies thai'have been  nominated to date Include the  lollowing Tuppcrware, Sonic  Green Oil, Amway, Canadian  1'riile Oil. Sunset Solar Systems,  Mr Clean, The Body Sboppe,  PEI Mussel Mud. National Sea  Products, Spill Tech Industries.  Voting forms for the Green  Product Award are available at  ICG. Tlie entry deadline for any  further nominations is August  IS. 1991.  This Is the first National  Environment Awards Program  in Canada and llie first  opportunity for Canadian  consumers to demonstrate their  commitment to environment  protection by voting for the  product ol their choice One  voter will he selected from all  entries received for the product  winning Ihe Green l.inluil  Award and they will be flown  lo Toronto in order to congratulate the winner in person  The Gibsons Swimming Pool  will be closed until  September 2nd.  It re-opens on  Sept. 3 and lessons  resume on Sept. 9.  mmtmmmmmmimmmmm SPORTS  Coast News, August 5, 1991  13.  Make this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886-2622  ^������**f  - V     -' -. - i' ._  * __-  a,'', ft.,,   (i-iipititioii was tough at this year's BC Summer Games In  Port (oi|iiitlaiii, but the Sunshine Coast Athletic Association  had excellent representation from Trent Turner (left),  Teresa Hudson (centre), Devon Brown (right), and Jesse  I'iiqtiiu (not shown), with Brown and Hudson taking silver  and bronze medals, respectively, In their javelin events.  Joel Johnstone photo  SMOOTHER MOVERS  V-Hl  MOST OF OUR BUSINESS IS  REFERRED BY SATISFIED  CUSTOMERS!  WE ARE INEXPENSIVE  WE ARE EXPERIENCED,  RELIABLE, FAST  & CAREFUL.  B3 1987-86551  991 W. 1st, North Van  Muddy Bill's was one of the  most  popular features of  (iibsons' Sea Cavalcade.  Rose Nicholson photo.  Muddy Bill's 2  packs 'em in  1 .on mud race fans showed  up ai Muddy Hilt's 2, the much  anticipated sequel to .Muddy  Hill's Mud Race dial look place  in June as a fundraiser for the  Sea Cavalcade.  The weather was hot, the  mud was deep, and the crowd  enjoyed even minute of It.  hi the 1 cylinder category,  Rob McCrne of Seclielt took the  trophy donated by Gibsons  Building Supplies with second  place going to Kit Kiloer of  Gibsons ami third to Dave  Davies of Gibsons.  The d cylinder class trophy,  donated by Tideline Truck  Paris, was won hy Ed Kingston  of Sechell. with second place lo  Shane Dougal! of Gibsons and  third to Martin Elson. also of  Gibsons,  The H cylinder power class  trophy, donated by Sunshine  GM, was taken by reigning  Muddy Bill's champ Scot Stevens  of (iibsons, wilh Barry Nielsen  6'f Vancouver taking second and  Blake Lambert of Gibsons in  third spot.  mm       %\       m   9k       i   W8H-I       MrB   Is-L...  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WORK FOR YOU  885-3930 886-26?;  RCMP suggest best  ways to baffle burglars  Gibsons RCMP are taking the topic of breaklns to the business community with the help of  lock and security agents, insurance company representatives, and victim assistance personcl  in meetings they hope will help counter the number of home and business related crimes.  Joel Johnstone photo  Shots rang out, a woman  screamed, then there was laughter anil applause.  It was not a scene from a 'TV  Capone movie, hut a (iibsons  RCMI" dramatiz .tinn of an  armed rubbery put on for the  benefit of approximately SO  Town merchants.  The robbery was pan of an  UCMP Break-in seminar held al  Gibsons' Kinsman Halt recently  in familiarize tin- business  community with precatlons ami  procedures that might help in  protecting both their businesses  anil themselves from or during  in. ais-in.s or robberies,  Following the feigned rubbery, those gathered were asked  Interior  purchases  new mills  International Forest Products  Limited (INTERFOR) intends to  purchase the Fraser Mills and  Hammond sawmills plus related  fibre supply and substantial log  and lumber inventories from  Fletcher Challenge Canada for  approximately $7S million.  The two companies announced last week they have  reached   an   agreement   in  principle to complete the  transaction subject to a number  of conditions including  financing and Ministry of Forests  approval. The sale and purchase  will also have lo he approved  by Ihe hoards of directors til the  respective companies  bill Sander, Chairman and  Chief Executive Officer of  INTERFOR and Ian Donald.  President and Chief Executive  Officer of Fletcher Challenge  Canada said the transaction will  benefit both companies,  "The addition of Hammond  and Fraser Mills will  complement and strengthen  Interior'1, existing coastal  operations and (tie continuing  operation of these two mills  Continued on page 16.  The Business Edge  Creative Thinking  The required ingredient for success in the '90's  b�� Duncan frisor  I have yet 10 meet a business  owner who did not wish to  leave a mark tin llie future - to  achieve distinction in his indusiry. An entrepreneur's invested  interest is to grow larger and  more profitable; or to offer  products or services of rare distinction and quality. This striving for recognition is ihe  medium in which a business  can flourish A business woman  or man can turn this motivation  into his or her besl advantage if  Sunshine Coast  ICES  DIRECT  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  rry  8B5-3.Be  .  BBS-BBSS  Mon.-Sal. 9:30-5:00 PM  Showroom ��� 4349 H*y. 101 Seclielt ��� Across trom Sunshine GM  QiiallPij IS gdtiefact/ori  MISC. SERVICES  9��Jut Kowtow.  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service   PRATT RD. 886-9859 J  LANDSCAPING  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886-3412. Gibsons. B.C.  ,;��||0r_-B_|ire (Sarbencr  ���A General Garden Maintenance  ���     Lawn Care a Landscaping a Pruning  \ ..nrkpiips  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  .  NEED THIS SPACE?  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Insight is Ihe process of analyzing a prohleni to the extent  lhal several new choices he-  coiue apparent One way of accomplishing this is to reduce all  available Information down lo  one or very few encompassing  concepts.  breaking the problem Inlo  key elements and si inlying how  and why they interact offers a  second way  A third would he lo took al  llie problem from a totally different view (your employee's  competitor's, customer's, or  even the government's). The  goal here iies in diverse problem viewing, not problem solving  leaps are the musl abstract  of thought patterns ami consist  of probing all problems for  ideal solutions, regardless of  how impossible this may seem  al die lime. Tlie trick here is not  to analyze any solutions mini  you have a huge quantity of  possibilities. Then work backwards and fill in the blanks. An  interesting question you nitglil  ask an employee is, "If you  could have anything the  competitor has whal might it  be?"  Connections are tlte most  commonly used thought patterns in the creative process  This involves bringing together  previously unrelated thoughts or  ileitis to create an ah ha! Who  would have thought that such  an explosion of high-priced ice  cream could he created by simply dipping ii in chocolate.  For a business person who  loves his/her businesses it's difficult in limes of stress lo be  creative and mil gel cauglil up  in day to day activities A typical  reaction to cash How shortages  would he' lo call delinquent customers, increase hank loans,  hold oil on suppliers, and it  that's not successful, perhaps lo  run up credit cants or target  Iriends and relatives for a loan  Although these approaches  may seem creative, these address the symptoms, and not the  cause A different perspective  might lie to see the situation be  fore il becomes a problem and  to use these creative techniques  to offer a much broader range  of choices.  ror.a_.ie  Toilet  Rents s  ��� Construction Sites  e Special Events  e Outdoor Picnics  e Weddings, etc.  Alto:  Soptic Tank Pumping  Bonnlobrook  Indu.trl*-  ���86-7084  by the RCMI" to record their  impressions of the events that  had taken place during the holdup, the object of the exercise  heing to provide a lesson about  how fear and adrenalin can distort one's impressions.  Did the robber have light or  dark brown hair? Was that a  baseball cap he was wearing?  Type of gun? racial description?  Weight? Height?  Some of the onlookers almost got il right, hut the descriptions given, and even what  type of gun was used, were diverse enough to show whal a  tough job it is for investigators  to put together the pieces of  criminal events.  HCI'M Constable Mark  Wickson provided instruction  on how best to deal with a  weapon-wielding robber, say-  ing,"Co-opei_te completely with  the armed offender." He implied that heroics against an  armed assailant was a good way  of getting hurt.  Wickson went on to say that  many robberies, break-ins and  thefts can be prevented, or at  least involve only minor loss, if  businesses play it smart. Don't  keep large amounts of cash on  the premises; don't keep regular  timet ibles on transferring  monies to hanks, and change  locations of cash floats and keys  regularly lo out of the way locations.  Review your building access  security, building interior security, alarms. Review the area  around your property and, if  unsure phone your local constabulary or security agents for  advice. In short, do anything to  make a criminal's work harder.  Dick Thomas, president of  the (iihsons and District  Chamber of Commerce, provided some insight as to what  merchants could expect in the  way of compensation from their  insurance companies in the  event of robbery or burglary to  their businesses.  "Most businesses can expect  fair reimbursement if insured,"  Thomas said, hut warned that  an inspection of the premises  might be in order and may affect future insurance dealings  Thomas also noted that cash  thefts, should they occur  through robbery or burglary,  are usually only covered up to  $2(M) unless special policy arrangements are made.  Al leuff Retires  After 48 Years  _>        V  At sea.  Happys-.etirement!  -From Your  % ;���*���  Loving Family  FINANCE vs  FASHION?  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Coasl News, August 5,1991  7 he Business Edge  Leaner lifestyle needed  hy Fred Duck, < -A  Now is the time to take a  CkMC look al family finances lo  ensure you survive the recession  anil are ready for leaner limes  expected in Canada once the  recession is over.  (iiine are the days of free-  spending and assuming dehl  because you felt future earnings  would cover il. Keeping a job  can't be taken for grained and  there are indications Canadians  might face a lower standard of  living in llie post-recession  period.  This is hard to face for many  particularly baby boomers, who  grew up in good limes, and  developed bad spending habits  in response to alluring  consumer advertising The besl  way lo start is by studying bank  statements for the past three  months.  First total what is coming in  Ihrough salary, part-time  employment or investments.  Then look at whal is going out.  Start with large items like  mortgage payments, rent, car  payments and taxes. Then  review your spending on food.  child care. clothing,  entertainment and oilier items  Vou have to know whal yon are  doing right or wrong before you  can change  Next lake slock of your total  financial picture. Thai means  adding all vour assets - like your  house, car. cottage ind  Investments - and then adding  all your liabilities, the mortgage,  car payments, credit cards and  the like Subtract liabilities from  assets and arrive al what  accountants call your nei worth  Now yon know where yuu  stand and are set to make  changes look for cash leakages These show you where  you can cut, perhaps by eating  mil less, or curtailing  entertainment. Attempt to  change spending habit- so  money is left for savings Also  money should be sel aside for  those large annual payments  such as insurance, children's  summer camp, or Christmas  shopping  Take a good look at debts Is  your credit card overloaded?  Perhaps debts should be  consolidated by refinancing a  mortgage al lower inlrest rales  or Into a personal line of credit.  Maybe you should lease n ear  Instead nf carrying a large loan.  You should also look al  savings lo ensure you are gelling  the best rale. Investing In  Canada Savings Bonds or  Guaranteed Investnteni  Certificates inighi earn belter  returns. Maybe you have bad  stocks or a sour condo ileal  Consider unloading to reduce  debt.  The goal is to end up With a  positive cash How. slopping  cash leakages and building  savings. Uncertain limes call for  changing hail habits and  bringing order inlo the family  budget At leasl you will feel  more secure in an insecure  world.  Money-are is general  financial advice by Canada's  chartered accountants. Fred  Duck is an audit manager  With (irossinan & 1 iilirer.  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You  spent] crucial days searching for  supporting ilociunenis. complete Ihe return hastily, and  throw il in llie mail Then il's  back iu the same chaos and  hif.li stress levels next year.  Will, tilings sis oil have lo be  lhal way   Resolve lo plan lor  nexl year's deadline now. And  remember, lax preparation i.s  mil ihe same as lax planning  1.1.. preparation is ihe unpleasant task undertaken in  Match oi gathering your sup  porting documents tie, T -s, lis  ami T.s) to complete your Tl.  Leaving everything until the last  minute means you and your accountant will have tew options  in reduce youi lax liability.  Tax planning, in contrast, is  a year-round efforl to lower  your lax bill Tlie process consists oi maintaining accurate  records, keeping informed of  ihe ever-changing tax rules and  terminology, and integrating all  your linancial activities into a  comprehensive tax program.  Needless to say. you should always lie looking for ways to  minimize your tax burden,  For many people, lax  planning also includes regular  consultations witli your  chat lend accountant, Your  intimate knowledge of your  linancial position, coupled with  your chartered accountant's  expertise witli tlte Canadian tax  system, will put you ahead of  llie lax man.  Hill you should also do lax  planning on a daily tiasis. dividing die year inlo quarters and  noting Ihe lollowing during  each period:  January - March I'lol your  overall strategy for llie year If  you anticipate earning much  more than usual, you may want  to siail looking for new tax deductible expenses So. if you've  been considering new equipment for your business, now  may lie Ihe lime to buy.  If you had employment income in the previous year you  can also contribute to a  Retirement Savings Plan (RSI1)  Your allowed contribution is  lite lesser of $ 11 ,S(H) per year  or IK per cent of your earned  income Your RSI' earnings are  tax tree until withdrawn.  if you anticipate considerably  lower earnings than lasl year, il  may be a good lime lo withdraw Irom your RSI', as you  will be taxed at a lower rale  lhan in a higher income year  April -July Alter tiling your  lax return, you'll know whether  a llig refund is due If so, you  should try reducing die monthly  lax deductions from your pay  cheque  II on die oilier hand, you are  writing a large cheque lo ihe  government, you may wish to  ease this blow hy making quarterly installments  In June or July, conduct a  mid year lax review lly ihen,  your income forecast lor the  year should he based on more  than a hunch full oul last year's  tax return and plug in your estimates for Ihe current year This  will give you a rough idea of  your lax situation to date  October - December: As  year-end nears, take one lasl  shot al finding lax deductible  expenses December, a charitable time of year, might prompt  you lo support a worthy cause  Or. lake llie opportunity lo buy  or sell investments to lower  your present and future lax ..ill  Year-round tax planning also  means k .ping accurate financial records and becoming a  pack nil In a lax audit, if you  cannot document an expense,  you may lose the wrile off So  gel into the habit of holding on  to relevant receipts, statements  and cancelled cheques.  After all this planning, next  March you will be back to  preparation Hut your improved  iioltom line should he satisfying  eiiniii.li for vou.  Interfor  continued from page 15.  will mean stability for the  communities of Maple Ridge  and Coqilitlaill," Sander said.  The substantial timber  tenures being acquired will  increase Interior's forestry and  logging operations by '5 per  cem. Tlie combination of the  two log supplies will provide  opportunities for cost savings  and a greaicr pool of specialized  log sons to more closely match  the needs ol the individual  sawmills.  Annual capacities are tisled  as I ill million board feel for  Fraser Milts and III) million  hoard feel for Hammond which  would increase Inferior's  lumber capacity hy almost ill  percent.  Mr. Sander said interior will  offer employment lo  substantially all current  employees at the two milts and  ai related harvesting operations  According lo Ian Donald, the  sale of the mills is pan of  Fletcher Challenge Canada's  previously announced strategic  plan lo strengthen its long-term  competitive position.  "We believe the investment of  these two sawmills to Interior  will achieve the best possible  resnll for all of our slake  holders, especially our  employees." Donald said "lly  selling in a reputable, well-  established lit; firm with expertise in wood products  manufacture and marketing  there is a strong future for these  mills."  Fletcher Challenge Canada  will secure a long-term contract  wilh Interfor to supply fibre to  llie Company's pulp and paper  operations.  The panics disclosed ihey are  finalizing a purchase agreement  with a closing dale targeted for  December 1991.  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Mr. John Clark,  Terminal Forest Products  The Alpha Omega Foundation is a nun-profit organization, representing a membership of 2S persons, all residents of llie Sunshine Coast As  such, we wish to register our  opposition lo Ibe proposed use  of Vision or any oilier herbicide  in Egmont Vie believed that the  forest industry was interested in  and responsive to public opinion Yel this clearly goes against  the previously expressed wishes  of tlie people of the Sunshine  Coast  We appeal to your honour  and common sense lo find an  alternative to the use of these  toxic materials.  Joanne McManus  Alpha Omega Foundation  Don't take it  personally  Editor:  Tlie bosses behind  Chernobyl would have reassured the masses that nothing  could go wrong The  technocrats who mn Three Mile  Island told ns things were failsafe. The best minds at llliopal  bad made sure thai .(ton people  would never die. The best  scientists around the world  declared DDT safe and  wonderful  The captains of industry and  governments still say that glohal  wanning is mil proved despite  eight of the last It years being  the warmest ever recorded.  Vested interests claim that tlie  ozone hole may lie part of a  natural fluctuation despite skin  cancer skyrocketing worldwide.  Experts pooh-poohed the  risk posed In oil tanker traffic  off our west coast; bureaucrats  and brass insisted over and over  in the -ill's, 50's and fill's that .  atmospheric unclear explosions  posed no threat to anyone, hut  today, cancer rates in a huge  area surrounding the Nevada  Test Site arc III times higher  than tlie US national average.  Our political leaders were looking after us too, when the chemical bomb at the Love Canal was  being created and they, in cahoots witii their minions and  overlords, have, with  "democratic benevolence", given  us a carcinogenic rate in Canada  of one person in three. (One in  four died of bubonic plague).  Ami the herbicide "Vision" is  perfectly safe!  Mass murderers at the beln  and to listen to you all talk, it's  like nothing's been going amiss  on the Earth these past few  decades. You arc pan of a legion of placaters never admitting wrong-doing or mistakes  and constantly, ad museum, trying to convince us that everything will be all right, or at  least, that if there is a problem  you certainly aren't contributing  to it.  Well 1 say to you now, probably on behalf of countless millions, and please don't take this  too personally: *'! (expletive  deleted)  Peter Light  Time for rhetoric  is past  Editor:  There Is an even chance the  Nl.l* will win the next election  in BC. Will Mike Harcoun tell  us if his government will implement tlie following key recommendations of Sandy Peel's  Forest Resources Commission?  They are, in order of importance:  I.Establish an open and  competitive log market;  2 Create a new ministry of  renewable natural resources  that would draw together the  ministries that currently oversee  forestry, fish and wildlife and  water management;  ... Create a Crown corporation to oversee forest management in IIC  The implementation of these  three recommendations would  put BC's forest policy on the  right track.  Tlie fact that Sandy Peel says  that free enterprise in the BC  forest industry is a myth, that  dure is virtually no such thing  as an open and competitive  market for logs, that forest  companies have done the absolute hare minimum required by  law in tlie stewardship of BC's  forests and that the 1. permanent silviculture funds created  by the BC government have  lasted an average of 18 months,  speaks volumes about the present state of BC's forest policy.  Apologists of the present  state nf forestry in our province  will have a difficult time refuting Sandy Peel's words and the  findings of the Forest Resources  Commission he chaired. The  time for rhetoric and clinging to  tlie status quo is past. It is time  for our provincial government  to legislate a forest policy we  can all support. It musl act  quickly and decisively in this  important matter.  Brock B. Hansen, RPF  K   ���   ?:->i t^OT^������tf'mS-     A      '''HnfTBn  ^7t_|  V           11/^rl ______! 1  ______'"���'������ 'Vi/xr       \ {������''���.������ ^Sffijj  1         ^��Tp1iiIw_b  1^1^  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  (Formerly Gibsons Pentecostal Cliurdi)  ANGLICAN CHURCH  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Hwy. 101 al North Rd. - 886-7410  Sunday School             9:45 am  Serving Gibsons A Roberts Creelr  Morning Worship       11:00 am  Wednesday- 10:30 am  Sunday Night  Worship S, Bible Study  Evening Service           7:00 pm  Sunday- 10:30 am  PHONE: Church Ollice BB6-7107  Parish Family Euchariit  PASTOR Dan MacAuley 886-7107  YOUTH PASTOR |. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with r/i. Pentectntal  Assemblies nl (-nao_  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  CQAC6  Sum/ay Worship Service  (QCFoome. p_.s_y_.i_un)  GIBSONS  Cf%-fXl7  Glassford Road-11:15 am  s_--ii_o*m st bil_A_,sac.n.-  Sunday School ��� 11:15 am  7 00pm In homes  ST-IOHN'S  cu.6-730pm Pascoo'sOr. ic-  Davis Ray Road and  l, s-VneooN FiJA-eo  Simpkins Roail - 9:30 am  H 66.7466   pAStOQ   0��5-97t>7  Sunday School - 9:30 am  cocxoiNCQAce  Reverend Reri Ramsey  Chinch Telephone 886-23 33  P         ANGLICAN  /f       CHURCH  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  C   A.       0F  In Gieene Court Hall  XJ/r    CANADA  Medusa St., Sechelt  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  Sunday Services -11:00 am  8:00 am-9:30 am  IW_IW_H_,tiyll_.���Wllllll.l  SI. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  A Warm Invirarion To All  II :30 am  for Information Please Call  We CHeml A Warm Welcome To All  885-2506 or M5-36M  885-5019  Rev. lune Maffm  Rev. Dan Giflotd  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  Mass Schedule  FELLOWSHIP  vvefcomes You To loin Ut  SATURDAY  5:00 pm, St. Mary's Gibsons  In Sunday Wotsh  ���a*,*-.:������v. vv..v.���.yaaaaaaai  6:30 pm, St. Andrew's (Anglican)  Children's Progress             9:45 am  Pender Harbour  Prayer                            10:00 am  SUNDAY  Morning Worship Service   10:45 am  0:30 am, Indian Reserve  Wednesday                     7:00 pm  9:10 am, Holy family, Sechell  11:10 am, St. Mary's Gibsons  599 Gower Point Road  886-7049  T*M--ie: M5-9S2.  Pastor Monty McLean  a aa _._,_��� _._., ._--.-. _,-.._,... (  CLASSIFIED  Coast News, August 5,1991  17.  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  CLASSIFICATION!  Homj._Prop.ty      COAST NEWS  ?__-_&_.        CLASSIFIED  Thar* You ~  Announce moni  Wedding* _ Engagemenl  Loat  Found  Pete & Livestock  Muaic  Travel  Wanted  Free  Garage Sales  Baiter .Trade  For Sale  Heavy Equipment  Autos  Ttucke  Cemperi  Mobile Homes  Motorcyclei  Wanted to Rent  Bed & Breaklasl  For Rent 32. Work Wanled  Entertainment 33. Child Care  Help Wanted 34. Business Opportunities  Business _ Home Services   35. Legal  DROP OFF YOUR  _^-| THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B-J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885-5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 888-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  there's always a smili-u face to receive your  classifieds al Ihe Roberts Creek General Store, our  "Friendly People Place" In Roberts Creek.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  IMinlmilin)  ONE WEEK  tor 10 svonlB  (Births. Ural A  Found FREE)  vi, OST  moat be  added to all  our prices  25 OMrts for -aca. ������MHtM-M Mord  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OFt MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $1S up to 10 word,  tl ������oh additional word  Your ad, featuring 11tem, will run 4 conaecutlve weeks, then will be  cancelled unlese you Instruct ua lo renew II by noon Saturday.  Not available tor comtnerclel edvettlaeta.  CLASSIFIjED  Qibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  0IB8ONS 888-2822 SECHELT 886-3830  QIBSONS FAX 888-7725 SECHELT FAX 888-318.  Available lor public use  Iteja]  Modern 2 bdrm home on  acreage, private, no reas. otter  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #20sr  WATEBFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your oiler. 886-2694.  #24sr  Lot 23 Central Rd, 50x105,  view, level. 3 km to lerry.  872-1064 #20sr  Drive up Trail Ave., past trie  arena & discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout. These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready tor your dream home.  Signs on property. Priced Irom  $25,000 up. i��21s  MUST SELL  3 bdrm., 3 balh. spectacular  view. Beautilul sunsets. Close lo  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. ft. 883-9418.  988-4310. #2138  Private only, acreage wanted!  Port Mellon to Roberts Creek.  Raw land wilh services avail, or  lixer upper home & land.  886-7655. #29ss  3 bdrm. home, almosl new. 2  balhs. 1400 sq. ft., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lot with many frees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at  Veterans Rd. 886-8415.    #30ss  SUBDIVIDING,  REZONING SERVICE  Barter lor pay or_  hourly rale  Rick McC-rtle MS-INI  Large & Small  Projects Welcome  2 bdrm. home, garage, barn. 1  acre on Redroolls Rd.. $135,000.  1-984-6347. #31  Lot 28 in beautilul Bonniebrook  Heights subdivision. Lot is 66' x  166'. Gibsons area, 15 mlns.  Irom lerry. All offers considered.  886-7581. #32  Sacrilice near Vi acre on sunny  Keals Island - beach access, asking $15,000 open lo afters.  Owner, 275-8507. #32  ANDERSON REALTY  a Recreation. Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOGUE  5.BP Cowrie SI   Box 1219  Sechell. B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll Fiee 684-8016  3 bdrm,. 1750 sq. II., 2 storey  home in Sechelt village. Phone  885-7008 #32  By owner, 4 bdrm. passible  duplex. 2 full bath, double garage  with workshop. 650 sq.lt., elect.  _ oil furnace. Presently rented lor  $1410. Upper Gibsons, asking  $123,000. Call 886-2226.    #32  Almost 'h acre lol. level, cleared,  great location. 885-5693.     #33  By owner, ocean view, sunny W.  Sechelt. 2 blocks lo elementary &  stores. 1 block Irom bus line. 3  bdrm. 2 balhs. basement suite. 2  red brick fireplaces with Fisher  inserts, great yard _ neighbours,  newly carpeted & painted, asking  $132,000,885-5821. #31  Sechelt Vlltge  By owner. 2 storey house. 2  bdrms. up. 1 down, large front  rm., plus tiled rec. rm. Large  landscaped lenced yard,  greenhouse, fruit trees, plus  PowerSmart. 885-7429.       #32  For sale or lease, lot. Gibsons Industrial Park Phone 921-6060  #33  ATTENTION"  Landlords/Investors  There are 4 duplex cabins  available for moving. All 8 units  contain t bedroom, living room,  bathroom, utility room and kitchen (good fridge, slove). These  qualily senior housing units have  had a terrific maintenance program which will reduce set-up  costs. At $22,000 a delivered  duplex and potential income ol  $4000 a month, this could be  your retirement proiecl. Call Dave  lor more Inlormation on these or  other houses available for moving. 946-7655. #32  Large view lot, Gale Ave. Soulh  Sechell. Cleared,  underground  services, $39,000. 885-7365.  #33  MIL -AND.  CM Me Far < t-_M ht-MMl  (H law Piopaity  Call Anyiime  R.S. H-MIIM.        VAN. TOIL  B_S.Mlt.l01   re.EWI.l_44  Homes &  Property  Gibsons. Gower Point choicest  waterlront. panoramic view. _  acre. 581-2904 (Surrey).  #30ss  Service lot. $29,900 lirm.  Chamberlin _ Central Rd.. Gibsons. 886-9049. #30ss  Seclielt village. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath,  large rec room, lully landscaped,  large lol. approx. 2200 sq. It.  First class cond. throughout.  $135,000 885-4666. #.11  PENDER HARBOUR  Semi-waterlronl,   steps  away  Irom manna. 1 . acres. 2 homes,  rev   SCiOO/rnon .  mid 200 K,  883-9317 By Owner #33  Oslrosky - Jacquie, Larry and  Karlene are thrilled to announce  the birth ol their firsl son and  baby brother Jesse. Weighing in  at 7 lbs. 3 07, he's sure to be the  next Wayne Gret;ky. Karlene and  Dad are looking lorward to Mom  & Jesse's quick return home.  Proud grandparents are Morris 8,  Deidre Pearson and Al _ Rita  Oslrosky. all ol Gibsons. Uncles  Brian. Ross, Ray _ Shaun and  Aunties Tracey. Maryanne, Donna _ Wanda look forward to their  nephew's "great" luture hockey  career  Thanks lo Dr. Burlin and nursing stall ol SI Mary's Hospital lor  a job well done. #31  Morrison - Kelly and Sherri announce wilh joy the birth ot Iheir  lirst child, a boy. Mitchell Robert,  weighing 8 lbs. 8 ozs on July 16.  1991. Many thanks to Drs.  Pendleton & Thiessen and Ihe  fabulous nursing stafl at Grace  Hospital Special thanks also to  Dr. Rudland lor his special care.  #31  KENNEDY: Passed away Saturday. July 27. 1991. Jane Anderson (Jean) Kennedy, lormerly ot  Roberts Creek Predeceased by  her parenls David and Margaret  Kennedy, and her sister Lottie.  Survived by her loving brother  Tom of Kingston, Ont. No service  by request. Private cremation arrangement through Devlin  Funeral Home. Cremated remains  lo be inferred in Seaview  Cemetery #31  MARZOFF: Passed away suddenly on July 28. 1991. Olive  Frances Marzott, late ol Gibsons,  age 51 years Survived by  relatives and Iriends Funeral service was held Friday. August 2 in  the chapel ol Devlin Funeral  Home. Gibsons Envoy Bev  Siiidiiii.ni olliciated Interment  Seaview Cemelery #31  3.   Obituaries  YOCHLOWITZ: Kalhy Louise age  47. passed away August 1/91.  Kathy was a native ol Gibsons,  BC and resided in Langley BC lor  HANSON: Phoebe Magdolene -  on July 30,1991, at Ihe age 0179  years. Predeceased by her husband Louis Gunnar in 1984. Survived by her iwo daughters:  Doreen Walt and husband Bob.  children Laurie Kremsaler  (Terry). Russell and Byron: and  Sandra Sneddon and husband  Ken. children Kristoler and Anna:  Sisters Gladys Hansen. Stella  Pine. Ruby Coombes and brother  Charlie Kelcheson. Memorial service lo be held at 12 noon on  Thursday. Aug 8lh al Phoebe's  home in Wesl Sechelt. In lieu of  flowers donations to St. Paul's  Hospital Foundation. 386 - 1081  Burrard St.. Vancouver. BC. V6Z  IV6. #31  Harden Bay Hotel ind Marina  'Pub open lor lunch and dinner.  Entertainment nightly Restaurant  open 5 pm Gift shop, manna and  boat rentals 883 2674.  8839919 #33  BROOKS . MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints     ,.' s,  in All *y  Colours 01 ���';..'' \  The flainoo-     /,      ' '4 , \  . InctoOmg Gieen  KINGSTON: Suddenly on Augusi  1.1991, Ernest Gordon Kingston,  Born November 7, 1960. alfec  tionalely known as "Pear". Ernie  was born, lived and loved on the  Sunshine Coast. He will be sadly  missed by his loving wile Cheryl,  his two sons. Gordon & Darren  and his daughler Rikki. Ernie  also survived by his beloved  molher Mary ant! st .pfather Hans  Lehmann: his granumolher  Queenie Burrows, and his in-laws  Jerry _ Marg Vanluven Ernie  was also loved and will be missed  by his Iwo brolhers and three  sislers.  many in-laws,  aunts,  the past 15 years. Survived Byjl^'i.tes,   nieces,   nephews  her loving lamily. her husband  Gill, and Iheir two sons Leigh and  Dean,  granddaughter Letesha.  mother Marybell Holland, brother  Steven and his wile Betty, cousin  Mary Ann Phillips, brother-in-law  Ted and wife Lisa, sisters-in-law  Linda White and her husband Ar-  nie. Brenda Schoular and husband Donald.  Kathy's legacy left to all who  knew her was love and concern  tor everyone.  Loved by many  Iriends who saw her through her  illness, a lew need mentioning  wilh sincere thanks Irom Gill. Bill  Handlord. a frue lather lo Kalhy.  Kalhy and my closest Iriends  Aiiack and Barbara Ann Nazaruk.  Ian and Barb Cattanach. Dennis  and wile Sandra Kinsey. Sandy  Russel. Oz; Septav. and Brent  Louth Also, very close Iriends ol  Kathy's.  Sharon Bellamy.  Dan  Peables. Alice Downey, Shirley  Henry. Wendy Robson. and so  many more  Many thanks lo all the nurses  of Langley Memorial Hospital in  Unit 1 South lor all Iheir lender  loving care.  In lieu ol (lowers, il would  please our lamily very much il  remembrances were made to the  Hospice Sociely "Place 56" Unil  108. 20256 56th Avenue. Langley,   BC.   V3A  3Y5.   lowards  upkeep of existing paliallve care  room or lowards another palliative  care room at Langley Menioii.il  Hospital  There will be no luneral held.  but there will be a remembrance  gathering ol all our friends and  relatives ��� lo be held at Gibsons  BC, Tuesday. Augusi 6 al 3 pm In  the Catholic Church Hall. Hwy  101   and  Park  Road   Phone  866-9513. M Holland:  530-2334. Gill Yochlowit.     #31  CARSWELL: Passed away July  28. 1991. Ernest Richmond  Carswell. late ol Garden Bay. age  84 years. Survived by his loving  wile Notma: 5 children: Wendy  Nielsen. Kim Carswell. Mark  Carswell, Debbie Cole, and Ernie  Carswell: and 6 grandchildren  No service by request Privale  cremation arrangements through  Devlin Funeral Home Remembrance donations may be made to  the Multiple Sclerosis Society or  the Cancer Sociely. #31  ANDERSON: Passed away July  29. 1991. James Anderson, late  ol Hallmoon Bay. age 75 years  Sutvived by his loving wile Lorraine: 4 children: Karen Power.  Lynne Noble. John Anderson,  and Michael Anderson; 12 grandchildren: Jennifer, Danny. Mat  Ihew. and Timmy Power; Rebecca, Jacquolyn, and John Noble:  Jellrev. Scott and Marnie Anderson; lu.ole and Kattina Anderson; 2 sisters: Ruby Steele and  Belly Schelhaas; 2 brothers: Stan  and George Anderson. Privale  service. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home Remembrance  donations may be made lo the  Heart and Stroke Foundation. #31  cousins and his many friends. In  lieu of flowers donations to the  Sunshine Coasl Integrated Youth  Coalition would be appreciated  Memorial Service Tuesday  August 6. 1991 at 1:30 pm at  Cooper's Green. Hallmoon Bay,  BC. Reverend Ron Schindell officiating. Devlin Funeral Home in  charge of arrangements       #31  Teresa Lynn Craig  April 3/65 ��� July 29/81  Dear Tracy.  We love you, we miss you  ...forever.  Love  Mom, Dad, Mike. Herb _ Kim  #31  To Jerry & Healher & Creek  Foods International - a very  large THANK YOU for the super  food and service in catering our  wedding reception   Good luck  always  Diane .Steve #31  THANK YOU Irom Ihe Pender  Harbour Music Sociely lor the  press coverage given lo the ar  rival ol out concert Grand Piano  #31  A special THANKS lo: Fiedlers,  Tideline, Judy Holding, Denise  Strom. Cathy Johnstone. Art  (Alternative). Leah lor organizing, Turtles, Janiell. Jill. Kelly,  Kara. Leah. Regan. Ernie _  Gwen's tor last Pizza delivery, lot  confribuling to the winning Ninja  Turtles Float.  #31  6    Personal  Do you need some inlormation lo  deal wilh your legal problem? Call  the Legal Intormitlon Service  885-5881: Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4 TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sumhlne Coait Tranil-  Hon House lor confidential 24 hr  service 885-2844. TFN  Single male age 45. looking for  female companion between age  30-40.885-2873. #43  Phone us today about our selection  ol  beautilul  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts _ Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  disfunctional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 lor help  NC  46 year old engineer seeking  lemale companion. Enjoys sail  ing. skiing, and working oul. For  an adventure call Tony 886-3744  eves. #33  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463  TFN  Does someone In your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484, 886 9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  Bill Wood  _  SECHELT ___.  .  A  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Real Estate Inspection Service  Investigate belore you invest!  Comprehensive written report on  insulation, rooting, plumbing,  electrical, chimney, structural  foundation and infestations.  886-8585. #32  NEED  HELP?  ��� Hesumes  ��� Olfice Reliel  a Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  WE find the people  YOU get the iob done  WESTCOAST  WORKFORCE  8B6J7S9  HORSESHOE BAY PARKING  Monthly a Call 925-3012  #33  Astrologer Jill Kirby  Consultations by appt.  Classes lor beginners.  i-7930  Coni. in  UNITY CHURCH  Sun., Auk 11 ��� I lam  lltlla 11.mil Motel  Davis Bay  For info call  886-9194  Fiora. lormerly ol Landing Unisex  Hair Design welcomes her clients  to drop in and see het at her new  location al Hair Slop Two. 1535  Lonsdale Ave. North Van  980-2280 #32  8.   Weddings &  Engagements  Having I Wedding?  Beautilul Bridal Bouquets lor  tile. 1 Brides Bouquet. 4 Bridesmaids. 1 Junior Bridesmaid, 1  Flower Girls basket. 1 throwaway  bouquet. 9 men's Boutonmieres  Main Ilowers blue 8 white silk  roses. Store value $650, telling  Im S450 obo. Must be lien'.  Phone Kathy alter 630 pm it  886-8878. #33  Little black cat wilh while Ironr _  lour white paws & more white on  let! leg white on lummy lost  Itotn Gibsons Animal Hospital  Gibsons He has a flea collai with  name "Tippy" and phone  number Reward 886 3868 *31  Rewaid tor any information to  anyone lhal knows the  whereabouts ot a 5 month old bil  Iy goat He is brown with black  legs & a black stripe along back  Lost at Sieve Leanders, 16451  Timberline. Pender Harbour.  Sept 27 Much missed No  questions asked lor a return ol a  billy goat kid 885-5523       #33  Found Sechelt aiea. medium  black 8 tanned Shepherd X  lemale. 885-3447 #31  12" crescent wrench, corner ol  Pratt Rd   _  Hwy  101. Owner  may   claim  by  identilying.  866-4754.  131  A little black kitten. Cochrane Rd.  886-4992 #31  Pets 8.  Livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL, NUTROMAX.  PURINA, WAYNE  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more  Quality Farm m Gaiden  Supply Ltd.  Prall Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then _ Now Furniture.  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. NC  Rabbits for sale Flemish giant  cross Chincilian giants.  886-9500 #26ss  Peacocks. Hens, & Chicks tor  sale, 886-7727. #31  Sheepdog X puppies, to good  homes 883-2952. #32  ~TpCa70R ADOPTION  Young cats & adorable kittens.  8853447 #31  AL S HORSESHOING SERVICE  Aug. 6- 10th For appointment or  inlo. 1-978-1920 or 885-3721  alt. 6:30. #31  Dwarl rabbits in a variety of col  ours. $10 and up. 886-7372. #33  Child's Western saddle. $50:  Eamore 15" Western saddle, gd  cond.. $600: leather bridle,  halter, blanket _ pad. mile, other  tack. 886-7372 #33  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  1#  Ken Dalgleish  BB6-2843  Near new Sojin piano. Beauliful  sound. $1900 OBO 886-7561  #25ss  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  Child's mini brix building set.  886-2147 #31  Commule Capilano College. North  Van. beginning Sept 2 Call  Alice 886-3277. #31  Laige greenhouse, moveable,  hide-abed. Chevy 4x4 needing  engine with good body  885-9282 #32  Seima Paik commuter lide lo  6 20 leiry Monday ��� Friday, will  shaie expenses 885-7737   #32  Used canvas larps. 6x6 min  885-5444 #31  Gramma Fisher stove, single  door, oi something similar  #33  Long-haired orange/beige cat  He has a lalloo on his right ear  #BC799 Lasl seen near  Cemetery Rd II seen oi tound  please call 886-9/64 (leave  messagel His name is Tanner  Reward. #31  Lost at Gibsons Museum, navy  blue leather ladies wallet. Sentimental value 886-8637 or  886-8232. #31  Royal Bank. Gibsons. July 23/91  approx 6 pm Man's brown  wallet. Needs ID for woik. Visitor  Irom Powell River. 886-9271 or  nobly RCMP #32  Heavy gold bracelet, D-shaped  links Reward $100 886-3841,  #31  1 queen size maltress sel (used,  good cond) ��� matltess, - box  spring, ��� metal Itame with  wheels. Phone 886-2605      #31  16  Garage Sales  MOVING SALE  Mitt An Otter  Good push mower with grass catcher, 4 cu. ft. wheel barrow, (alr-  lllled tire), 10" Radial arm saw,  (stand, sawdust catcher), Shop  vacuum. 8" round wire chimney  brush. Real carpenter's work  bench, wilh vices, elc, Vi HP  "new" electric molor, 3' step  ladder, porta potty, 1500  baseboard heater. Ian thermostat, shut-oil, Husqvarna 50  cc chainsaw & access., low  voltage outdoor lighting kit.  19.0's mahogany china cabinet,  bullet, small desk. 20" colour TV  & stand, love seal/hide-a-bed,  single, double bed _ head board,  wing chair, 2 hostess chairs. 12'  alum cartop boat, old 1'_ HP OB.  12' Davidson Day Sailer  8851562  TFNs  Multi-tamily moving sale. Aug.  10/91. 10-2pm, 625 Seaview  Rd. #31  Aug. 10-11/91. 10-4pm,  household items, power tools. _  tractor. 916 North Rd. #31  Saturday.   Aug.   10th.   10am  -2pm. moving sale. 1493 Bonniebrook Heights Rd . Gibsons.  #31  Multi-Family. Sat��� Aug. 10. 10  am - 3 pm. Thompson Rd ,  Langdale Great Stuff. #31  MOVING: Everything goes Kitchen, tools, toys, clothing.  shrubs, gardening supplies, lurniture 6380 Marmot Rd  SEchelt Aug 10-11 Irom 10 - _  pm #31  Sat.. Aug. 10. 10 - 4 Rolotiller.  Norco Bicycle. Bricks (t pallet)  Misc. Bldg. Supp. 5283 Hwy  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Malamute X. 16 months, male,  neutered, Iree to good home,  pret, wilh acreage. 886-8569.  #32  HAY S4 On/Bale  Wl-ie Oats $5.00/50 lbs.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  S3.S0/bi_  Phone 185-9357  #TFN  Cedar Shakes, any size. Will  cuslom cut. 885-5669 or  885-5601. TFN  Game Boy wilh 3 game battery  pack _ View Boy, $140 obo  885-4650. #31  Nintendo wilh Metal Gear & Nes  Advantage. Four Score _ cleaning kit. $140 obo 885-4650. #31  Kenmore washer & dryer. $150  ea. or $250 pr.; Hotpoint sell-  cleaning electric stove. $450:  Whirlpool System 2000 Iridge.  $700,886-7371 #31  8 pee bdrm. suite, (twin beds),  golden oak linish. $695; genuine  'sleepy hollow' chair. $65. padd  ed rocker chair. $60: adjustable  'la-z-boy' recliner _ ottoman.  $100: lypewnler/TV table, locking castors, two leaves. $50:  Zenith Space Command 14" col  our TV. remote control, like new.  sacrilice $250. cost $499; exercise bike. $50 Phone 886-9619  eves 5-7 pm.  #31  Ceramic moulds. $2 ��� $20  886-4743 #31  t^_=  BUYING  -__-.   and selling  t_>jSi coins, gold,  =__&,       s''ver'  jgiy bank notes  i?g^8ee.7--8  Boys Norco BMX bike, fits 6-10  yr. old. $50 885-9620 #32  King size waterbed. 6 drawers,  waveless maltress. heater, $325  885-9336 #32  Brand new hide-a-bed couch.  $650 885-7461, 880-5787 alter  3 pin. #35  One satellite dish wilh decoder  $1500. couch & chair, $200.  grandpa Fisher woodstove, $450  886-2796 #33  Moving to prairies Dry suit,  whites, used once, $650. windsurfer lastboatd S sail. $600.  886-7115 #32  Double bed. ttarne boxspnng  maltress _ headboaid, landscaping ties; oclagan table, new  Fisher Price baby monitor _ baby  swing; 5 cu It Iridge  885-1946 #33  King sue lour poster knotty pine  waterbed. $400 obo 886-8862  TFNs  Almond tridge. $395.  dishwasher. $75. powei pole &  lireplace insert, marble vanity  top 883-2687 #32  As new. hardtwist carpeting,  suitable for cottage/iec loom Otters 885-5729. #32  RASPBERRIES  U-PICK  Or Orders Taken  886-2932  #32  Kitchen table _ 4 chairs. 1 leal,  arborite. $75.886-7564       #31  Viking white kitchen range. 30  In., $75: Zero Clearance lireplace  or use as BBO, $95; 165 Merc  prop. $100 886-8291.        #31  Washer & dryer. $150 set:  Iridge, $150; Ireezer, $200; high  back velvet chair, $30; amber  pole lamp, $20 886-9420    #33  Almond fridge. $395;  dishwasher, $75; power pole,  fiieplace insert, marble vanity  top. 883-2687 #33  Hide-a-bed. $100; 3 pee. basket  weave rocker _ settee set. $100:  upright vacuum, $75. round  glass topped collee table. St25.  885-5683. #31  I / ���  18  Coast News, August 5.1991  18  For Sale  BARK  MULCH  lor landscaping.  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking to be  paid by custoniei  Also available  CEDAR chips  Tools, 10" radial arm saw, com  pressor, spiker. stapler  i-iider's sight level Hitachi  Hunter planer. Delta bandsaw.  Hilt gun. chainsaw with mill.  S85 6100 885-7892 #33  I .idies' tigure skates. 2 pairs  Size 8. $75. and $125 obo  S86-7372 #33  UTILITY SHELVING  Constructed trom solid pine  Quick and easy to assemble. 12"  width. 64" height. 34" wide.  Special puce of $21 99 Please  all 885-3655 to order #33  NINTENDO-SEGA  Sales - Rentals - Trades  NEW & USED  BUDRIK'S  Video & Music  885-4888  104 Teredo Sq  Sm:hell  Cassettes  ICO.  aaaa-altasra  SPORTS  CARDS  Browning BT99 shotgun c/w 2  barrels, case. F A.C. Req $500  886-8329 #33  Sectional couch. $100 obo. Sears  alum shed FREE, you pick up  885-7509. #33  Hew 3 ton engine hoist,  knockdown style $500 Cost  S1200 885-2544 #22sr  Fresh prawns available.  .1 SO/lb Call 886-8615.    TFNs  TROPICAL FISH  a ALL TYPES a FANCY a  Large Angels  Breeding Pairs  886-9890  #31  Complete sel ol diving gear Like  i:ew. $600 885-4818 #31  '    US_0~Ra7lWAY TIES  For Retaining Walls  886-8204  TOP  SSSS  PAID FOR  YOUR CD'S,  TAPES 8 RECOROS  Must be in  good condition  MAX MUSIC  11.3453  Salmon canner, plus metal tins _  instructions, $85; Magic Chef  grain grinder, new $550 - will  sell, $225. 885-7429. #32  Chestertield; chair; rattan rug  ?2"; new londue set & escargot  set: Singer sewing machine;  'ibrary ol geographic books; apple corer: pholographic equipment; Jeannette set Gd. cond  885-9597 #32  (2| Iwin beds. $125 ea.; oak  night table. $150; set ol en  cyclopedias. $125 886-2900 alt  6 pm, #32  24 It. travel trailer, 1966. good  project (needs work), new lires,  $700 or Irade lor small boat  Automotive shop parts washer  large like new. $300. 885-9282  #32  BLAWe? CHESTS  Dovetailed, aromatic cedat lined  ol pine alder, maple or red cedar,  3V chest, $465 delivered.  Timothy Clement. Cabinet Maker,  886-8218 days 1044 Seamount  Way, Gibsons, #33  Kenwood amp. tapedeck. turntable. HED speakers. $350; tall  bookcase with cupboards, $75;  picnic table, $50; bird cage, $15.  886-3492. #31  Fir. Hemlock, Alder lirewood.  Split & delivered. $65 P.U. load.  885-2789. #33  Instant  Gardens  start at  MELVILLE  COTTAGE  GARDENS  1685 Tyaon Rd.,  _k_ch_M  9 am - S pm  Closed Mon ft Tuaa  |Nii--<iflll-v  ml IV-vcaii  I -Til Rsl. ea tl-iwitinft Rtl |,  Bikes, reasonable oilers accepted 885-4162 #31  Bargain 625 sq yd ol turf (combo ot rye. bluegrass. _ fescue)  loi $750 ��� worth $1000 You  pick-up Pitt Meadows  886-3513 #31  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120  Back _ extras Mint condition.  886-4886 #33sr  Browning auto rifle 308 win cal  with 2�� Redtield as new. $575  obo 886-7591. #32ss  17 ��� 30' seasoned & peeled fir  logs 885-2630 att. 6 pm      #31  I Aploo canister style Electrolux  vacuum with power head. $75  885-4740 #31  Thermos.   30.000  BTU.   BBO.  three  shelves,   propane lank.  $175 like new Call 885-4740  #31  Wanted: Old wooden windows _  two screen doors. 886-3158  eves #31  II yr. old Kenmore vacuum, new  motor Nov 90. $125; lace  tablecloth tor round table, car  tape deck. $125; London Fog  ladies winter coat, size 14. dark  brown, lined $75 Ph 886-3221  alt. 6 pm. #31  Couch, loveseal. coflee table. 2  end tables, gd   cond . $500.  885-2291 work. 885-6465 home  #31  Will buy non-working Iridges and  stoves. 885-7897. #31  Viking 30" coppertone. self-  clean stove. $359, Gurney white.  30" stove. $349: "Gurney  Chatelet 30". HG slove. $389;  Kilchen id Superba built-in  dishwasher, lop ol the line.  $379; Gurney 16cu. It. 2-dr., FF  Iridge. Harvest Gold, very nice.  $449: Weslinghouse 16 cu. It.  2-dr. FF very nice. $439: 30"  Speed Oueen Chatelet 30" almond stove. $429; and more, all  reconditioned. Guaranteed lor 90  days lo 2 yrs. Corner cupboard.  885-4434 or 885-7897        #31  Plastic 45 gal. barrels. $5 & $7.  25 lb. galvanized Danlorth anchor. $30 Household items. 25  cents & up. Also lur coats .  fashion clothing, girjs 10 _ ladies  12. 50 cents lo $100. Also  costumes 886-2512 #32  22 cu. It. deep freeze. $125.  886-3755. #31  8�� chesterfield . love seat. $175  & $125; 19' Lightning on trailer  needs painl . mast. $350: 76  Aspen. 61,800 orig mil., needs  water pump and brakes. $350:  used lires. various sizes. $10  $25 Phone 886-7668 eves #31  WON IN CONTEST 2 brand new 9  pee bedroom suites, black marble finish, or oak finish, value  $3400 ea Asking $2400 ea. incl.  delivery 886-3513. #31  19   Heavy  Equipment  Suzuki 414 Anno 1990 Violin  with case. $450.885-4505. #33  Winch; PTO Braden LU2-I0F,  with cable. Currently fitlen on  Landrover, $500.886-3468. #31  Inglis automatic dryer, only 2  yrs., exc. cond., S350.  886-2458. 133  Orthopaedic single bed,  massages, vibrates, exc cond.,  $90 OBO; weights bench, $80  OBO. 886-7400. 131  Moving. Tank sprayer fertilizer  spreader; hand Iruck; acorn type  stove; garden tools; preserving  jars; deckcote. seam tiller, etc.  886-8242. 131  Gibsons W/D. $450 pair OBO.  886-2706 alter 5 pm. 133  BOBCAT A  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR BENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK. MONTH  BN-SIlt  TFN  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Aim Used Auto Pirti  ind Towing  886.020  1FN  70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, parts avail., $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 8,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000.886-3841.        f_2sr*  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B, $550 OBO, 886-3541. #24s  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 080.  883-9234. #27ss  79 Pontiac Sunbird, runs, $200  OBO. 885-5892. #30ss  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good stupe, oilers.  888-3308. #31ss  1984 Nissan Micra. 53.000 km,,  lady driven, exc. cond.. $3800  obo 886-2984 131  1986 Ford Taurus, all options.  new tires. 75.000 km. 885-2777,  #32ss  1980 VW Rabbit, new clutch,  rebuilt motor, exc. cond.. $2800.  885-6108 131  1960 T-Bird, P/S. P/B. A/C.  C/C, lair cond. good tires.  886-7335. #31  1987 Dodge Coll. PS. PB, woman  owner, $5200 885-7429.    #32  Jeep CJ5. mid-regatta blue.  360ci. new dual exhausts. 33"  Marshall's chrome directional  wheels c/w sot top and bikini  top. Great 4x4. $5900 OBO.  Phone eves. 885-9208.        #33  '84 Volvo 244 GL Turbo. 4 spd.  wilh overdrive, P/S, P/B.  P/Locks/Wind./Ant.. AM/FM  cassette with 4 speakers. Exc.  cond. reg. servicing. $7000.  886-7653 #33  1980 Ford Mercury, one owner,  good 6 cyl. 4 dr.. recent air conditioning. $2200 OBO 886-8909.  #33  1973 Volvo 145 S/W. F.I., new  muffler, running. Otters.  886-3468. #33  1980 Capri {'61 motor). Asking  $3300 OBO. Good cond..  886-8066. #33  1981 Camaro. low miles, new  lires. new brakes. $2800.  886-3694. #33  1980 Corolla S/W. 5 spd.. new  clutch, new rad.. snow tires,  runs good, some rust. $1200.  886-9259. #33  ������������������������l  SAVE:  r 20-80% :  ai COASTLINE E  USED AUTO PARTS:  -a--n Engines mm S  ;     4 cyl. Trom $im     ;  ��� 6 cyl. from $27. ���  I v-8 Irom S299 :  if" Mechanic On Duty*���;  _ lowest Puces _,  Z       i��siiiun_rs avium       _  ��� All Parts Big 8 Smal _  ��� "in Caibutelois-d-nll Fiom SS9  ��� prtmonm���  " Economy Irom |39  m Peiiotmar���! Fleas $59  -_ibs_7.  ���aaraaaaaa  1977 Fotd Econoline Van. P/S.  P/B. $550080.886-3641. #24s  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains' seats, needs work,  parts 885-2207 #33ss  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 lor the  set, wilh covers. 866-9500  anyiime. #23sr  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old. lowered, tinted. 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value. $15,000 or  trade up/down tor Toyota 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694.  #25ss  1982 Toyota Tercel, exc. cond..  $2900 obo. 886-7738 or  886-2833. #28ss  1983 Volkswagon Rabbit GTI.  California car. (no bullet holes)  154,000 Ireeway miles, orig.  paint, garage kept, sunroof, loaded, shuttle deck, white  w/burgundy interior. $4800 obo.  Phone 886-7214. TFNs  1972 Ford LTD, 2 owners, exc.  cond.$1500.886-8866.   #34sr  1982 Chevy Scooter. One owner,  very low mil.. 21,000 km,  $2900.885-9064.886 .698 #31  1988 Ford Muslang, 1 owner.  47,000 kms, $7200. 886-7955.  #31  1981 Lada aulo.. recent checkup, new battery, starter.  886-2361 #31  80 Civic. $1500. 885-7744.  #31  '53 Ford sedan. 1 running, 1 lor  parts 8867727. #31  1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme,  $600 obo 886-8862.        TFNs  1981 Buick Centery LTD. 96.000  kms. all power, immac.. $3900  obo. 885-5410. #32  72 Mustang 2-dr.! 4-spd,  4-cyl, runs ok, needs work,  $500. Ph. 886-6159. #31  1975 Vega, auto., gd. all around  cond, $600 obo. 885-7216. #33  1980 Chevy Citation, std., gd.  cond., $550. Call Dave  883-2351,883-2583. #33  1980 Buick Century S/W In gd.  cond., $1500 obo. Ph:  885-7841. #33  1969 Ford Cortina, rblt engine,  never driven on Hwy, spare  parts, $300 obo. Ph: 885-7841.  133  '82 Chevetle, no rust, gd. cond.,  $1800.886-8305. 131  1980 Honda Civic, gd. modi,  shape, rusty, $500 obo.  888-7163. #31  1981 GMC Gaucho mn, lully  'ceded, fridge, stove, sink,  sleeps 4, $5000 obo. 885-5915.  133  1981 Ford 150,4X4, trailer pkg,  351 aulo, air, $4800 obo.  885-2777. #33  1965 Pontiac Custom Sport. 2  dr.. hardtop, rebuilt 327-350 HP,  Immac. inlerior. $2300.  886-2694. #24sr  1979   Camaro.   exc.   shape,  $3000 883-9165. #23st  1962 Cutlass, need. work, runs  good. $1900 OBO. 883-9165.  #23sr  1987   Camaro.   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond.. or trade for  best backhoe. $6500. 886-7013.  #25s  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parts only 885-2207.       #33ss  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl.. 4  spd.. limited slip, good cond..  $8500.885-5444. #28s  1962 Chev. - ton pickup. Runs  okay. $600.885-7029      #32ss  "HIAB nOTANE"  73 GMC 3 ton 18' steel deck.  366 V8. 5 spd.. on propane  HIAB, 550 crane wilh extentlon  outriggers. Comes with 2 speed  rear & 7 Ion spring packs. $5600  OBO 886-7227. TFN  4X4 1970 Power Wagon, rusty,  $450.886-3606. #33  1983 Bronco XLT 302 auto.  48.936 highway miles, $8500.  883-2465. #32  1990 Ft 50 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT. 17.000 kms.. Lariat,  lully loaded & extras, $20,500.  886-3767. #30ss  1981 Datsun Kingcab 5-spd .  sunroof, canopy, jumper seats,  very gd. cond.. $2250.  886-8487. #31  Nearly new fibreglass work box  for small type pickup. Ph.  885-2789. #31  1977 F350 welding truck. No  machine, steel deck, gd. cond.,  $5500 obo. 886-4698.        #31  1977 Jimmy 4X4, $3000.  866-3921. #31  1986 Ford F250 4X4. 300 6-cyl..  4-spd., P/S, P/B, new lires,  brakes, carb & shocks. Very gd.  cond .$9000 obo. 886-7938.#31  1982 White Dodge van, 6 cyl.. 4  spd.. insulated, exc. cond..  $4000 - great for camping  and/or work. 885-5406 eves.#32  MUST SELL  1984   Nissan   4x4   Kingcab,  $4500.886-7115. #32  1983 F150 4x4. 6 cyl. 4 spd.,  $5500.886-7842 alter 5 pm. #32  1977 Ford .< ton S/cab. 351m.,  auto, good running condition  w/canopy. $550.886-7227. TFN  1979 F150 P/U with canopy.  134,000 kms.. 351ci, P/S P/B.  dual lanks, good tires, runs well,  min rust. $2250. 886-3492. #33  1978 Ford F250 super cab. 4x4.  with to It. security camper.  885-3374. #34ss  74 Dodge P/U, slant 6. $700  lirm. 885-4869. #31  1977 Vi ton P/U, $1000 OBO,  886-2509 #33  '91 Jeep YJ. hardtop, lully loaded. $17,500 OBO, 886-8660 alter  6 pm. #33  '87 Chev PU, 4X4, black, 4-spd..  S/B. S/S. $11,500. 885-3448.  #33  '87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome, exc.  cond., 886-8481, #23sr  1989   camperette.   $800.  885-5492.  #28ss  1975 Prowler 20 tt., reasonably  good shape, asking $5000.  886-7097 all. 5 pm. #34ss  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  Iridge, stove, lurnace, toilet,  sink, $7300.886-3306.    #3lss  13'Seimpw trailer, clean, gd.  cond��� $2500.886-3222. #31ss  27'��� 1977 5th wheel trailer, lully  equipped, $11,800 obo.  886-7488. #31  79 GMC bus, 18 fl. new molor,  asking $4000. Exc. shape.  886-7727. #31  1979 27' Holidaire Travel Trailer.  $8000-good cond, 863-2962.  #32  17 - ft. Travelaire. Iridge. stove,  toilet, sleeps six. Asking $2500.  Located at Lot 74, Wilson Creek  Campground. #31  1975 certilied motor home Chevy  Van 20 - 350 V8, 84,400 ml.  lurnace, 3-way Iridge, 4-burner  stove, porta pottl, new prop,  tanks, auto, trans., muffler &  brakes. Exc. running cond.  $4950.886-9089 to view.    #32  1977 Dodge camperized maxi  van. Raised rool, Iridge, stove,  lurnace, propane powered, very  clean 8 economical, $4500 lirm  888-2182. #34ss  20 tt. Okanagan super van. Fully  loaded. Exc. cond., 888-2787.  #33  17-fl. trailer, sleeps six, fridge,  stove, toilet, good cond.,  886-2967. #31  1971 Airstream, 31', new lires,  new laucets, new carpel, good  cond . $6800. 886-9764 leave  message. #33  ftcm.-Uftti   |  swmt in.  Clltlll MN Mm.  MC.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.BY.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  JsmMa  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort.  883-2456 TFN  Yes1 There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  E-Z-Loider TiiHari Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-11)9 TFN  W.G. Sutherlmd Sales ind Service. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser & Yanmar 883-1119.  TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duty  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towpost. heater, view  Smitty's Marina. $3200 (oilers).  886-2567. #28ss  22' Sangsler. 302, V8,868 Merc  leg, motor rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard top. trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. #22ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout  Very last and in top condition,  surveyed value $8500. Oilers &  trades considered. 866-2738.  #32sr  F/G boat, trailer. 6 HP. 0/B. gas  lank. Complete. $600.  885-2965. #32sr  22 fool Sangster twin Volvo legs,  Ids ol extras. $3900 OBO.  886-9741. #30ss  Highliner trailer, like new. 1000  Kg, 14" lires, $1700 OBO,  886-3001. #34sr  Sailfin F/G lully equipt. dingy, as  new. $700 obo. 865-7941.   #31  24' Bayliner boat. 186 Merc  motor w/leg. extras, $9500.  883-2661. #31  14'   F/G,   50   HP   Evinrude.  w/traller. $2200 obo. 886-3013.  #31  III  AB HADDOCK  MARINE LTD.  POWER WASHING  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  l.'H.mi.1,. MERCURY  ;[-_. boards , OUTBOARDS   VOLVO   Marine Repairs  Gas t Diesel  Garden Bey BC  m-2111  10 It. Achilles inflatable, $1200.  Ph. 885-5702. #31  Pensioner-X-Navy vet looking lor  older suitable sound boat hull in  the 17 loot range. Power or sailing hull, needing a fix it job. for a  hobby. Also sport fishing. Please  call Jack Fisher al 885-6236. #32  12 It. libreglass 8 HP 1986  Johnson motor on trailer. $1500.  885-3542. #32  28 II.  Chriscrafl with 30 ft.  trailer. $3500 OBO. 885-2052.  #33  Senior Navy pensioner older-boat  trailer - suitable to move 18 lo 19  ll. outboard type run-about boat,  lires can be replaced if need be.  Jack Fisher 885-6236.        #31  22' Fibreform cutty, 165 HP GMC  I/O, 2 radios - sounder, $4500  obo. 886-9115. #33  24'Zetal/0F.W.C.w/head,CB,  sounder, sports-yk, rod holder.  spare anchors, $10,500.  883-9041. #34ss  All 1990 14' Livingston dual hull  68" beam, centre console, 40 HP  Mariner, oil inject. PT 8 hours, 24  monlhs warranty, Galu trailer, 'C  sounder, garage kept. $5475  Firm. 885-4031. #33  22' Bayliner, 305 Chev. Volvo  leg, F.W.C., Hush head, sleeos  4, loaded, incl. 6 HP 0/B anu  dinghy.   Asking   $18,500.  886-7927. #33  Top Notch Marine Electrical  Electrical - Electronic Repair  Service - Installation  6 Monlh Guarantee  $25 Per Hour  Free Estimates  883-9364  #31  17ft, K4C F/G runabout, rebuilt  50, lull canvas, CB, sounder,  plus extra, EZ load trailer, all In  gd. cond., 82200. 886-8846.#31  Sterling 0 1911 Hollar motor  boal, company tug boat,  libreglass on wood, stronger than  new. L0A43'beam. 10'6" draft,  6' power Isuzu DA 120 loaded.  Asking $45,000. Can be seen at  Government Whirl. Leave  massage with Whartlnger or ask  lor Ray, 886-8017. #32  24' Bay Liner, 6 cyl. diesel.  886-8087. #32  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck. Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/91,  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg.. new LMS, 200 w/  Loran C, new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely retinished hull and  swimgrid. new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  #34sr  22 tl. HT225. I/O DS.VHF.com-  pass, winch, 2 down riggers. 3  rod holders, head, $5350 wilh  electronics and DR. $4450  without. Or Trade  Down 886-4690 alter 5 pm.  #25ss  Rubber ratt: Avon - Rover R3-40.  max. 15 HP, 'A price. $2200.  885-2306. #28ss  19' Sangster 470 Mercruiser  I/O, new spare leg. 1 yr. ok).  Spare motor, complete sounder.  CB, VHF. trailer sports yak.  $6500.883-2749. #30ss  MOVING  FOR SALE  12' Davidson Day Sailer  12' Alum. Cartop Boat  Old 1- HP Outboard  Mike An Oner  886-8562  TFNs  Pender Harbour Moorage, picnic  lawns, RV sites, 883-9177,   #33  18 ft. 6 in. Double Eagle. IB/OB.  $4000.1-261-6551. #31  18 ft. Glaspar cabin cruiser with  head. OB. $3200.886-9261. #32  MOORAGE  at  Pender Harbour  883-9177  #32  10' welded alum, cartopper boat  with floatation. Very light, planes  well, $650; 9.8 Merc, with 5  gallon gas tank, runs well. $450;  10' boat, strongly built, loam filled, double hull. Kevlar bottom,  planing hull. alum, reinlorced  transom. Max. 20 HP cap., exc.  cond, $750. 886-2513.       #33  16-' Fibreglass double bottom  hull, has many exlras. no papers,  no trailer. Exc. cond., $500 OBO.  886-2667 Bruce. #33  6 HP Chrysler outboard extra long  shah, ideal for sailboat, good running cond., $250, 886-7153. #33  - Boat  trailer,   homemade  ad-  I lustable   tor   10-14'.   $200.  866-8846. #32  24. Mobile Homes  PARK SPACES  Sechelt & Gibsons  Singles & Doubles  For info call collect  597-3322  Collect  #TFN  #TFN  Mobile Home Services  Repairs ��� Relevel  Skirting & Additions  886-9172  #32  MOBILE HOMES  ONLY $19,500  3 Months FREE RENT  on this 2 bedroom  mobile, includes  range, fridge, some  drapes & carpets.  Squeaky clean set up  in SCMHP.  For more info.  Call Carol  88.-98-6  14x68. stove, Iridge,  washer/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond., new rugs. $26,000.  886-7013. #33ss  BRAND NEW  $49,908  Buys a roomy 3 bdrm. 14x70.  Inc. 3 appl., drapes, vaulted ceilings, bay window, plus more!  Family park, good rent,  597-3322 Collect. #31  3 bedrooms, washer, dryer,  woodstove, appliances, new  carpels. $17,500. 885-5623  eves. #33  25   Motorcycles  Squire sidecar, two seats, brake.  Will install. $2200 OBO  885-7430 #27s  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond.. garage kept. $8000.  886-9595. #25ss  1982 Kawasaki KDX 250. gd.  running cond.. $550 obo.  885-3374. #34ss  26  Wanled to Rent  Waterlront cottage required tor 2  wks. in September. Gibsons  -Roberts Creek area 732-8407  att. 6 pm. TFN  Small retail space in Gibsons or  Sechelt. 600 sq. It or smaller  Phone 886-3721. #32  Professional with lamily needs  rural home north ol Roberls  Creek Collect, 467-9317.    #32  Will caretake or rent on Trail Is..  Pender Harbour area. Egmont or  Nelson Is Resp lamily with  rets, 885-6029 or 886-9868 #32  Small cabin, secluded spot. $300  max. 886-7592. #33  Garage or carport lor 25' Limo,  near Sechelt. 885-3611.  685-4666 #31  FOR LEASE  Eibsons  650 Sq.ft.  Retail Space  733-9863  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in the rental ot property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the adver  tisemenl and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Coait Newt  will therefore nol accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall avail  dances, parties, weddings.  Yvonne 886-7615. TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transfer Ltd  886-2664. TFN  Davit Bay, Wllion Creek Hall  Available. Wheelchair liclkt-i  885-2752,885-9863. #35  Gibsons area. Nice 3 bdrm home  on 5 acres. Near lerry. Includes  drapes, dishwasher, w/d, extra  storage shed, avail. Aug. 1 or  move in now, $800.1-436-3613.  #31  Furnished modern bachelor suite,  very quiel. upper Gibsons. $40C  incl 886-2244. #31  Sett-contained furnished 1 bdrm  suite at ground level completely  private. 6 appl.. all utils.. plus  cable. Close to lerry 8 shopping  centre. $500 mo. 886-2329 #33  OFFICES  Lower Gibsons  886-2588  #31  Secret Cent beautifully lurnished  3 bdrm.. 2 baths, spacious town  house, hot tub. decks with spectacular view. Available  Sept-May, $875 per mo. Rel. reqd ��� 885-4128 or 1-274-3482.  #33  Beautifully lurnished. lully equipped. 2 bdrm condo at Secret  Cove. $650 per mo.,  1-926-8184 #31  1 bdrm. apt., view. Lower Gibsons, new building, laundry  lacilities, ground Iloor. $535.  886-3420. #33  Avail. Sept. 1.1 bdrm, Gibsons,  view, very modern, woodstove,  W/D. Iridge & stove. $590/mon.  866-2492. #33  3 bdrm., 2 baths, 5 appl.. suile.  Lower Gibsons area, Sept. 1.  562-6032. Deposit reqd. No pels  $700 per mo. #33  Bright 2 bdrm. ground Iloor suite  on quiet cul-de-sac. 4 appl.  woodstove & electric plus heat.  No pets. Preler non-smoker,  $650 & utils. 886-3625 after  5:30 pm. Days. 886-3306.   #32  Attractive Tudor style house. 2  bdrm.. 2 bath (1 Jacuzzi), attached garage. 3 appl.. good Gibsons  location. $800 per mo.  886-7392. #33  1 bdrm oceantront suite, Granthams Landing, avail. Sept. 1.  $600/mon. 686-2596.        #31  Very clean. 3 bdrm townhouse,  $750/mon. t yr. lease req. Avail.  Sept. 1st. Adult Complex.  886-7712. #31  in Slock at  EN MAC  cycle  OH Fillers, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jav it 888-2031  ROOMS     i  5_05|Mr-��a_*-    ft]] I      1|jj  r*��!-�� L| y �� f:  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  Ground level suite avail. Aug. 1st  in quiel neighbourhood. N/S.  N/D. no pets. Suit retired couple,  $50O/mon. 886-3575.        #31  Gower Point, ground Iloor suite,  $550 & Vi hydro. Avail. August.  886-4773.  #32  1 bdrm. with shared accommodation in large new house. Gibsons.  $100 wk. 886-8952. #32  Avail. Aug. 1/91. large lurnished  I bdrm. suite, all utils.. Ireezer  included In rent ol $475 per  monlh. No dogs please.  886-7421. #32  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  a Screen potential renters  a Do moving-in Inspection  a Arrange lor maintenance 8  repairs  a Collect the rent & damage  deposit  a Disburse rent monies to  owner  a Do moving-out inspection  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/relail/industrial  steel building in Seamount  Patk. 26'x92' with mezzanine, oflice. washroom,  shower and overhead crane.  Two large bay doors, easy  access, security lenced.  Contact Steve Sawyer.  Avoid alt the hanlii and  problems, and lor |uit I  pittance. ciN tlte Property  Mimgimant Expert, Steve  Siwyir at  GIBSONS  RE/MLTY LTD.  886-2277  1986 Harley custom soltall, 7000  ml., like new cond., $12,000.  Will consider spd. boat as part  trade. 886-3575. ��1  1962 Kawasaki 250 LTD. 13.400  kms, exc. cond., $850; 2 Honda  wheels & Brldgestone tires  ���1.85x18 back, 1.85x19 front,  $50 ea.; 1 lull lerring, $75.  885-6016. #32  <  1 bdrm. apt., large kitchen & living room. Close to all amenities,  no pets, $550. Rel. reqd.  883-1142. Quiet residential area.  #31  1 of Gibsons' finest town houses  with partial view beside Sunshlne  Lodge. Sundeck, private  backyard, living room with  lireplace, 3 bdrms., 2 bath, 7  appl., carport. Close to all  amenities, $650 per mo., Sept.  1/91 or Aug. 15/91. 738-2590  collect. #33  Secret Cove. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, 5  appl..  detached Strata,  great  view. Avail. Sept. 1. $750 per  mo. 885-2152 or 1-325-5439.  #34  Port Mellon, cozy 2 bdrm home,  fireplace, 4 appl, $550. Avail,  immed. 886-7722. Pis. Ut. msg.  TFNs  Gibsons, 3 bdrm, 2 dens, 2 bath,  ensuite soaker, 2 storey  lireplace, suit large lamily or  group ol adults: 3 bdrm,  fireplace, large deck overlooking  Gibsons marina & mountains.  $650 plus util; 2 bdrm ground  Iloor. large yard, central, $650  plus; t bdrm. great view over  Gibsons marina, fireplace,  skylights. $600 plus: sunny  bachelor, view of mountains,  deck. $500 plus. Arthur  885-9859. #33  3 bdrm. house with view, West  Sechell. Avail. Sepl. 1st,  $700/mon. 885-2791.        #31  SUPER VIEW - large 3 bdrm. 2  storey townhouse, central Gibsons, all appl.. avail. Sept. 1st,  $650.886-3013. #31  Waterlront home spacious turnished bdrm with private bath,  sharing tenants, tv, living room &  kitchen. Monthly, $365.  885-3409. #31  Vancouver one room in shared  suite. Fraser Broadway area.  876-6231. #31  New, spacious, garden suite, 1  bdrm., Redroolls area. Avail,  now, $650 per month, includes  utilities. 885-3234 or 885-7460  after 6 pm. #32  Waterfront 2 bdrm. 8 furnished.  Grounds keeper, 1 mile Irom lerry  towards Gibsons. Inc. D/W,  micro., $650. Lease Sept. 1  -June 30. No pets. Rel.  888-7298. #32  Adult Townhouse  New with a view, 2 bdrm. 2 bath,  appliances, negotiate a 12 monlh  sub-lease.   Rels.  reqd.  Jim  Munro. 886-2277. #32  1600 sq. It- 3 bdrm. executive  main floor, 5 appl., non-smoker.  685-6009. Avail. Sept. 1.     #31  Gibsons, 2 bdrm suite, w/d,  $650/mon. 1-469-0822 or  1-581-7202. #31  I Coast News, August 5,1991  19.  nuni-wl Mmi steraei  -i-V BUILDING  886-6628  #33  Avail. Aug. 1st, bright, large, upper suite, 1 bdrm., new carpets,  view, $550 plus. 886-3484 alt. 6  pm- #31  Avail, immed. 2 bdrm., lower  suile, yard, part view. $600 plus  886-3484 aft 6 pm #31  MMM Shop Span  For lease. Will build to suit. Upper Gibsons. Barry 886-8204.  #34  Aug. 15, Davis Bay, 5 bdrm. 2  story, all appl.. private, view lot,  $950/mon Use 886-8206 or  886-2277. #31  3 bdrm rancher, 1 block Irom  Sunnycrest Mall, 4 appl.. carport, big yard, avail. Aug. 15.  1-644-4015 #32  Brand new duplex, gourmet kitchen, 3 bdrm, 6 appl., close lo  schools 8 shopping. Avail. Aug.  15lh. Ph. 421-0639 lv. msg. #33  Near new spacious 2 bdrm  lownhouse. wilh view, central  Gibsons, IV; bath., 4 appl..  1500 sq. It $885 per month.  886-3313 or 531-0690 collect.  #32  Small house lower Gibsons, avail.  Sept. 1 to June 30. $725/mon.  Call John 866-8288. #33  Apartment, quiel residential Gibsons area. Close lo all amenities,  large kitchen & living room. No  pets. $550/month. Rels. req.  883-1142. Avail. Sept. 1st.  #31  New 2 bdrm house. Sandy Hook,  $660 plus util.; Small suite  Sechelt, single person, $295 inc.  util. 885-6276. #31  BACK ON MARKET  Available now, nice 3 bdrm home  on 5 acres, new carpet, new propane lurnace, heat machine  lireplace, extra storage, inc.  washer/dryer, dishwasher,  drapes. $800 plus util. Ph. Mark  1-436-3613. #31  Sechell village. Small waterlront  house, avail, immed.. $700.  261-4331. #32  Large 3 bdrm. rancher, near  Davis Bay beach, fenced yard. 4  appl.. avail. Immed. $750.  885-4862. #31  Unique 'A' Frame, 2000 sq. ft.  clear view ol Trail Islands. Interior hot tub, 3 bdrms, 2 bath. 5  appl.. open plan, sunroom. green  house, 25x30 heated workshop  Incl. May be rented separately.  Rets. $1250/mon. 886-3010.  #33  2 bdrm. basement suite. Sechelt  area. $550, share utilities.  885-3815.421-4787. #33  30. Help Wanted  LIBRARY CLERK  Gibsons & District  Public Library  Part-time, two days per week,  $7.50/hr. to commence Sept. 3.  1991. Duties include processing  periodicals, book repair, tiling;  assist with overdues, reserves,  displays, processing books.  Must be flexible team worker with  aptitude ior detail. Preler library  training and experience. Applications to: Gibsons and District  Public Library, Box 109, Gibsons.  BC, VON 1V0. Deadline: Augusi  3,1991. #31  Auto Trader Magazine requires  reliable distributor lor Friday  deliveries on Sunshine Coast.  Must have own vehicle. Call Curl,  430-4500. #31  Halfmoon Bay Childcare Centre  has an opening lor the position ol  Supervisory Assistant in the Out  Ot School Program. Apprx. 23  hrs. per week starting Sept.  1/91. Exp. working with children  age 6-12 yrs. an asset. Applications are also being accepted lor  Ihe position ol Assistant in group  daycare. Background in ECE  prelerred. Send resumes to Hallmoon Bay Childcare Cenlre, Box  57 Wlldwood Site. Hallmoon Bay,  BC VON IVO. #32  Live-In nanny, 10:30 - 4:30 pm,  Mon. to Fri. To look alter  widower's 2 children. 6811 yrs.  who live In new W/F home, West  side Bowen Island, 10 mlns by  boat Irom Gibsons. Must have  lots ol character & be prepared to  be part ot lamily. Duties include  cooking 1 meal a day, driver,  gardening & housekeeping.  Salary negotiable. 1-947-2549.  #31  High school student needed tor  veterinary assistant position at  Eagle Ridge Veterinary Hospital.  Full-time lor Aug./9t, part-time  Sept. onward. Conlact Stephine  Boyd, 885-5158. #34  LABOURERS WANTED  $8 - $10 /hr.  886-8554 ���,  Dental receptionist with previous  denial knowledge required lor  busy office 4 days per week. Interpersonal skills most Important.  Apply lo Dr. Bland Inc., RR#2,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 with handwritten letter, resume and letters  ��reterence. TFN  CUfATTK     jjSl  ���UK m  ARTIST  WANTED l_P_B_l-  1^^^^ CO-lpUt-T-  tehe little  mats* Wkwri-g  Coeit-eat,   proorirni:  leia-W, Quirk,  Mas**m Illustrator  ���������� _ MS Word  Wedding photographers.  885-2862. TFN  STAY HOME EARN MONEY!  Variety ol jobs available. Earn  $400+ per week. Call 24hr.  RECORDED message lor amazing  Iree details. (604) 443-2909 Ext.  A74. #31  Kiwanis Village Care Home requires casual care aide. Must  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  Kiwanis Village Care Home is accepting applications lor Director  ol Care. The successlul applicant  must be currently registered with  R.N.A.B.C &/or R.P.N.A.B.C.  minimum 5 yr. nursing experience at supervisory level  preferred. Closing date for application Aug. 10, 1991. Send  resume lo Kiwanis Village Care  Home c/o Marie Connor, AR 1,  S7, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO.  #31  DISCOVERY TOYS  Moms - use your experience with  children servicing your area with  educational toys, books, &  games. Flexible hours. No  quotas. Start for Xmas now. Call  1-758-4708. #32  PLUMBING  Renovations - Repairs  Hotwater Tanks  24 Hour Service  886-3463  #31  Part-time Life & Job Skills worker  with counselling experience  needed for literacy programs.  Minimum 2 years post secondary  courses in education or counselling prelerred. 12 hours minimum  per week trom Sept. 9 to June  30. Send resumes care ol Kasan-  dra Maidmentt, Continuing  Education. Box 888, Sechelt, BC.  VON 3A0. Deadline lor applications is Friday. August 16, 1991.  For lurther inlormation contact  885-7866. #32  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Drivers desperately  needed to transport a  patient to physiotherapy trom Madeira  Park lo Sechelt. Expenses paid.  Assistant needed lor  local wildlife centre.  This is the perfect  opportunity tor someone who is interested  in animals. Training  program provided.  Flexible time  commitment.  Judges still needed  for several different  entry categories at  the Fall Fair to be  held in Gibsons in  September. Lots ot  funl  For these and more  opportunities, please  contact the  Volunteer Action  Centre at 885-5881.  A service funded by  the Ministry ol Social  Services & Housing.  PART-TIME  Manager lo take charge ol  Senior's apartment complex,  must have bookkeeping experience, people person, be able  to organize and look aller  maintenance ol building and  grounds lo good standards.  Past experience In the capacity  Is desirable. Salary negotiable.  This Is not a live-In siluation.  II you are interested please  send your application with a  resume to the:  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis  Seniors Home Society  c/o P.O. Box 815,  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  #32  HELPWANTED  Fritz Family Restaurant  Earl's Cove  883-9412   #31  Need person with experience in  boarding and machine taping,  hand tools a musl. In Gibsons,  lull-time. Call 886-2835 att. 7  pm- #31  Part-lime office postion available  for bookkeeping, tiling, etc. Must  have ollice experience,  knowledge ot Mac Computer  prel. but not essential.  Please send resume to Omega  Restaurant, Box 568, Gibsons.  BC. VON IVO or deliver to the  restaurant, alln: Tony.       ��_i  Ham h-fiMi Ma-inNa- _______���___ tat Hut  It-wring potR-M: t-Htreim,  Bui/Heiti, Barte-der.  Apply in person at the Omega  Restaurant, 9 am -12 pm., Mon-  Fri. ��31  31. Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,   Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109.  TFN  Grass Cutting, Trimming. Rotolilling, Brush Cutting, Fertilizer  Grass Seed Spreading & Wood  Bucking. Low Rates. Call Power  Lawn Mowing 886-7989.     #33  We cut grass & haul trash. Ph.  886-7892. #31  Lawn, Yitd A Tim Services  Branch mulcher & bushwacker  available. 885-9284. #31  BATH BAY RENOVATIONS  Interior - Exterior  Commercial - Residential  All Work Guaranteed  Relerences Available  6 Years  ol Professional Service  Ph: 886-8667  #32  Siding and/or Soffit  Cedir, Vinyl, Alum  Quality workmanship  LennJoyner  886-4730  #36  PLUMBING  Renovations a Repairs  Hotwater Tanks  24 Hour Service  886-3463  #34  Going Away?  For the BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  885-2228  32. Work Wanted  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-8538  TFNl  Experienced tutor available July 8  August, limes and iites flexible,  elem. or secondary. 886-9381.  #31  Privale L.T. Care Aide with certificate will do personal care as  well as light housekeeping and  light cooking. Call 886-2790.  #32  Nanny available, positive, caring  manner, lull program cralls/tun.  886-2456 or 886-3767.       #31  Carpentry, renovations, additions, retaining walls, patios,  cedar decks, lences & libreglass-  ing. W.H.Y. call Thomas,  886-7652. #33  Experienced watchman available.  885-5937 John, site 56.       #31  Experienced ollice cleaner needs  work, 886-8243. #33  HOMEOWNERS HELPLINE  Rem-A-Hand For Any Job  886-4788  #31  For Free Estimates on renovations, additions, decks, elc. Call  Sound Construction at 865-2887.  #33  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels a Upholstery   m,  POWtHHIl IflUCK-MOUNltn '[,.  EQUIPMENT /*    ;  HtSl P0SSIBLI HESUlt.    Ifej  JUSl ASK AROUND1        ���<�������  I  886-3823  A DIVISION OF UN OEVRIIS  I SON HDOICOVEtUNOS  Way To Giow Plsycan  - a soon to be licensed lamily  daycare  - caregiver is experienced and  currently studying ECE  - a variety ol activities offered  - large indoor and outdoor  playspace  - wholesome homemade meals  - Gibsons near Fletcher Park  ��� 8:30 - 5:30, M-F  - Spaces available starting Sept.  3.1991  - Phone 866-8797.  #33  Would you Nki quality care tar  your cluTdnn In a Meg, homey  atmnplieri? CM 888-2227. #36  Needed starting Aug. 22,  babysitter tor 3 & 9 yr. old boys  close to Cedar Grove School. 5:30  am - 3:00 pm, your home or  mine, 886-7041, #32  Hallmoon Bay Childcare Cenlre is  now taking registrations tor  children aged 18 mo. ��� 6 yrs. Early registration lor Sept. recommended. 885-3739. #33  ills  ivaUbH. 18 months to i-heH  age. Fun me caring ��nr__av  ment wfth ECE cert-led itafl.  8884113  #39  "FUNSHINE DAYCARE"  Still has some summer openings.  Also accepting September  enrollments now. Don't wait too  long, sign up and cover your  needs early. Interested parents  are more than welcome to come  and have a look. Hours 7:30 am  ���5:30 pm. Mon - Fri. 886-3377.  "Children have tun learning  through play and Iree  Licence 1120010.  #33  34   Business  Opportunities  Franchise available - new mall.  North America's lastesl growing  lood concept. No exp.  necessary. Full training given.  Turnkey Edelweiss International  Franchise Corp. Call Regional  Director George Brockhurst  746-7620 or Wayne Hampton  275-3354. #31  Excavation business. 1978 450C  John Deere in good shaped.  1975 Chevy 6500 series, ramp  truck, luel tank, power saw.  Everything to get started in  business. 886-3821 att. 6 pm.  #31  Interested in home parties or  selling langerie? Undercover  Wear is here. For more inlo. call  Debbie. 886-2835. #33  NOTICE OF  ANNUAL MEETING  ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  To mentals ol St, May's  Hospital .Society:  1;ike notice tint the Amiiri  General  Meeting  nf  the  mentals of tlie si Mary's  Hospital Society will lie held  in tlte Indian Bninl Hull,  Seclielt, P(' on:  Wednesday, the 25th  _aytrfSqrt_-_b_r1_91  it the hour of 7.30  p.m.  tinted in the District nl  Seclielt, in Hie Province nl  Biitish Columhia iliis 31st  il;iy nl July, 11)91  i  By ottlei tif llie Ho.ntl nl  Tiiistee:;  E.H. Wilgltt  Secielaiy to tlte Boaid  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  886-26^2  885-3930  REQUEST FOR  PROPOSALS  MHHS1HY9F  LANDS AND PARKS  The Ministry of Lands and  Parks invites proposals for  the replacement of the seawall at 5iN*t iiy AwfadW  'art, 31 km southeast ot  Powell River, B.C.  PROPOSAL  INFORMATION  To register your interest  and receive a copy of  Request for Proposal, provide cash, postal money order or certified cheque,  made payable to the Minister ol Finance and Corporate Relations in tho amount  ol $2675 ($25.Ci plus  $1 75 G.S.T. nun refundable) to:  The Ministry uf Lands and  Parks,  Garibaldi/Sunshine District,  Alice Lake Provincial Park.  P O. Box 220.  Brackendale, B.C.  VON 1HO  Telephone (604] 898-3G78  Infoimalion regarding this  Opportunity may be obtained  Irom Ian Popper. Zone Manager. Sunshine Coast Zone  at the above address.The  proposal package may be  viewed, free ol charge, at  the above mentioned office  at BC Parks, Powell River  olfice  A mandatory site meeting  will lie held on 14 August  mi at SaHmy la* frarnietm  fait. Anyone interested in  submitting a proposal must  be in attendance and have  previously obtained Ihe  proposal package.  The deadline lor submitting  proposals   is   20th August  mi.  Thank you for your interest.  Nolice Board  coiiiimietl from page 20.  throe nights al a stretch, and a  small honorarium is available.  Boach House is looking for  rooms at various times over the  summer as well as into the fall  months  If you can help out now or in the  future, please call Beach House  Productions at 886-7972.  Summer Fun Day Camp &  Swimming Lessons at Kathenne  Lake. July 8 to August. 16/91.  Phone 683 2142.  Plastic Pom Poms tor weddings, parades & parties, etc. 21  assorted colours, 20t each  Made by Sechelt Sr. Citizens,  proceeds to go toward the new  Seniors' centre. Phone 865-9392  or 885-2585  Sechelt Summer Fun sponsored by Bethel Baptist Church,  July 2 to August 23, 9:30 am-12  noon and 1-3:30 pm. Monday to  Friday (ages 6 to 11). $3/day  More Inlo call Tracey Jardine,  665-2454 or 685-9065.  Sunshine Coast Spinners ft  Weavers presenl an exhibition  of hand woven rugs in the  Heritage House al Rockwood  Centre July and August Call  685-2522 for viewing times  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors  Group - every Tuesday, 7 to 9  pm at the Action Society Oflice  Conlact Deborah, 885-5680.  Sunshine Coast Breast  Feeding Support Group  Informal drop-in meetings on the  third Tuesday oi each monlh.  685-2332 or 886-2457 for more  information.  Wanna Dance? So then put on  your dancing shoes and come  and |oin usl We're tha Sunshine  Folk Dancers and we meet every  Tuesday at 7:30pm at the  Dougal Park Stage in Gibsons. A  nominal charge of $3 is made to  cover the costs of obtaining original folk music from around the  world as well as occasional specialized workshops. Everyone is  welcome and instruction is freely  given. Bulgaria, and Ireland were  never so closel Bring a water  bottle.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clinic at Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, 494 S.  Fletcher Gibsons Thursday from  7 lo 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no  appointment necessary.  "New Beginnings" is a Iriendly  social group tor widows and widowers (and other experiencing  loss) which meets every other  Thursday afternoon at Ihe  Sechelt Health Unit. The purposes of "New Beginnings" are  35. Legal  MEMBERSHIP IN ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  Mentals ut si. M;��y''; Hospital Soctely ate persons -tin  ci ii Ail lulu $2.00 in membership (lues In llie Sot inly In tespect til  llie mentaiR-ip yem which extends lioin the coininenceinenl "I  the ahniial geneial meelinr.) in one yum until ihe coirimencemenl  nl Hie annual geneial meeiinji in ihe nexl yera  A inemhei in (.mil stanrjlit] inny telle, membership in the  siricly foi Ihe following meirr__rShip ve,'�� hy .onliibuling lines In  the Society i��ini to tlie annual geneial meeting,  A new ineiiiliei, m a lapsed mental r_|rjininrj, in rinlei In lie  eligihle M vnte at nn annual geneial meeling nl Ihe Society musl  join oi leinm the Society nl leasl a monlh heloie the annual  gBMfll meeting  Mentai-l-us may he ind ,il the casliiei's de* al llie htqiitiil  Miinrl.iy In lnday H inn - <l |im oi |iimi In the annual geneial  iiieetinil nl the society nl Seplembei 26, 1991.  EH. Wiighl  _Bciei.rytolha._aid  lor making tnends. sharing inlormation and ideas, support and  encouragement - lor someone  to talk lo II you wish lurther alternation (and lor nexl meeting  date) call 885-5164  -C's Weighl Loss Support  Group meels every Thursday  evening, 6:45 to 8 pm al the  United Church, Glasslord Rd..  Gibsons Into: 868-715..  Fridays  United Church Thrift Shop In  basement ol church otl Truman  Rd . open Fridays. 1 to 3 pm.  Saturdays  Artists _ Craft* People display 8 selling space is available  in Gibsons Landing. Salurday  and Sundays. For inlormahon  phone 886-2470 or 666-2116  Sunday*  The Sunshine Coaat Stamp  Club -ill be meeling every second Sunday al Rock_ood Lodge  M 7:30 pm Phone 885 3381 or  665-7068 lor lurther inlormation  Open lor al ages.  Sechelt Summer Fun  Sponsored by let-el Baptist  Church. July 2 - Aug. 23, 9 30-  1200 61-3:30 Monday lo Fhday  (ages 6-11 years), $3 00 per  fay. For mora into call Tracy  lardme 685-2454 or 885-9065.  INVITATION TO TENDER  i U-__MMOirr_ji_ii.m__-i_coi^  ���  S-ita40_-_._0Cr_nr1_.__Ml  VSnCOUVM') BC  WH3V7  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed tenders will be teceived by Canada Mortgage and Housing lor  the construction ol three single lamily dwellings to be built in Gibsons.  BC  Plans, specifications and all tender documents will be available to  pnme contractors only alter 1:00 p.m., Monday. July 29.1991 at the  above CMHC Ollice Conlacl lot packages is Chris Woollies  One set ot lender documents will be issued to each prime contraclor  uuon deposit ol $100.00 pet sel, relundab- on return ol tender  documents in complete and good condition.  Each lender shall be accompanied by a bid bond duly executed with  the name ol the ptojecl and the owner In tlte amouiii ol at least 10*  of the tender price and an Undertaking ol Surety by the Bid Bond  Sutety to provide a performance Band and Labour and Material  Payment Bond each In Ihe amount ol 50% ol the contract price.  Tenders will be received at the ollice ol Canada Mortgage and  Housing not later lhan 2:00 p.m. (local time), Wednesday. August  14th. 1991.  m--WST.--OTT_ll.E6  Ml HOT MOHtMM K MC-FTE..  Questions ate to be directed lo Joanne Gtaham or Alex Buckman at  1 Canada Mortgage and Housing at 737-4085.  I  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition Of Crown Lends  In tlie Limit Recording Dislricl nf New Wostiuiiisior  mill slltinled at Nelson Island, Agniiioiiinon Cliaiinol.  inkn nollco ilini E.A. Womliirtl/E. Wnwryk of Lot  2'_!)2, Nelson Island, taii'iienlei'/lionieiiinlsei', intends  10 !i|i|il\ tor ft license nf the fnlliiwiiii! tlescrilied  liintls: Cuininoiicliig ni n (Mist iilnniod In s.E. comor  of Moon Bfiy, Kill metres N. 2" ..-'."W.. Ihence  IIIIHI melius N.W., Ihence 650 tllfilrns S��� Ihence  ..no metres E��� null coiiinltiltig 3 Im. more or less.  Fllo minilMir 240.091.  Ihe inii'iiose for which llie disposition is rei|tiiretl is  oyster renting.    \  Nelson  Is.  Float  Lot   2292  Agamemnon  Channel  roposed  lease  ('mnnienls ct-U-tiiiliijj litis ,i|i|ilii,ilinn mm lie inntle  In llii' office nl Ihe Senior I,mil Officer, .401-4003  Miigsmi\.Biiriiiil-.U.(:.,V..H4M4. |  BCYCNA  onmSM  coiumbi*  ANDl-KON  COS-_r,rTv  NEWSPIPE1S  assoc-nc-  217  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads Appear <n more than TOO communily newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more lhan 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCVCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $195  S3.70 aachaddll tonal word  AUTOMOTIVE  ���7s) 90- -VOLKSWAGEN  ���MU..I.AN'CAMPER Automatic, power windows &  locks, power mirrors, air con-  BU-I--.. OPPORTUNITIES  HELPWANTED  FISHING CAMP - Probably SURPLUS EQUIPMENT ffiS*J��.^_tt  Ihe best money maker in the FOR SALE: Dump tracks, cat ���97���l"t�� PS. anrt  Carlboo.   Grossing over ioad.rs.lowbeds,paversand J> V����� ���"�����   " Play and  ....  , $90,000 lor 3 1/2 month sea-; rollers, service tracks, weld-   S"���.'  dittoing. Specially designed j son. Fully eouipped and op-  ingtrackryw-OOMillerwelder,  l��t>''sriad   ����>" accounts,  lorhandicapaccesswlthelec- j eratlonal. Booking now lor  D6D and D8K cals, eicava-  trlc wheelchair lilt.  Spoclal j 1992, Owners anxious and  tors, crushers and |ows, 310  Prlce.27,900. 'CAPILANO- I will assist purchasers. Asking  J.D.backhoas.JCBbackhoe.  VOLKSWAGEN, phone: 985   $276,000. Call Shirley or  case 580K backhoe, 740  - 0694 Out of town call col-1 Janet, Aspen Realty, 395-  Champion grader c/w snow  led.   0-6066. i wing, 670A.'.D. grader plow  and snow wing, cat 851  windrow elevator. 100 barrel  COMUM EVENTS  UNIQUE" 1991 VW, 6 pas-  senger, double cab pick-up, I  Three seated rear bench seat  with storage space below.  Standard transmission. {  power steering. 3 door model. |  ��� c A P I L A N Oi  ���VOLKSWAGEN'LTD. 985-  0694. 0-6-66. I  BUILOt-0 SUPPLIES  OOORSIWINOOWSIInterlor  and exterior wood, metal and |  Frenchdoors.woodwlndows,  skylights MOREICalleollectl Ing, Irrigation For mora into-  to WALKER DOORandWIN- marionphone(403)4e9-2400  DOW   In   Vancouver   at   or Fax (403)469-1398.  1604)266__I10I.  "     twcm0H-  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES        _��,._ ,nri i,' di icTrucec I FREE career guide to homis  COLOURFUL BUS NESS co,re59ponae.., D,  DoyouhaveallairlorMour,       r.co     ������ A...un,  end design? Oecoratlng   ^conditioning, Bookkeep-  P* .'?*.." dr_.^ ?-_.-in'' l"��. Buslnes,.Cosm.-logy,  Ing Interior Decorating Fran-   _�� ,....-,  BUSINESS PERSONALS  The Government owes you waler tank and log greples.  money II; on wellare, no tax Call Vic Kampe I -493-6791  return filed since 1986. Lew days J-4^7742 evenings.  Houtman, 281 East Windsor  Road, North Vancouver. B.C.  V7N 1K2.  Minimum weekly earnings po  lential$800*.(4t6)756-3174,  {416)756-2156.   LOCKSMITH required in  beautiful Kamlcops. Minimum  2 years experience with Matter Key Systems and Automotive Wort. Alarm and Safe  experience beneficial. Fax  resume to (604)376-5189.  6-FIGURE INCOME * Inter.  Light fixtures, electric motors,, naUonalmuslcandVldeoCom'  generators, phase conver-i pany expanding Into Canada,  tors, transformers, tans, weld- Need highly motivated comers, wiring supplies, tree lit-! missioned sales people and  erature     Frisson Electric,i distributors part-lime or full-  NEWCALQARY Agri-Ranch   32032S.F Way. CloarbrooK.   lime. (519)944-2000.  Trade Show. March 4-6, BC���V2TtV8. Tei.859710). .,een _.vt__�� mm * a _.  Fax:853-2503 '��� NEE0 EXTRA ��*������ C 4 M  1092, Exhibits relating to eg  rlcuiture, equestrian, ranch  LADIES: BE the latin your  area to eam 40��/.-50% profit  marketing Camelion sheer  non-run hosiery, sterling silver jewellery. Full/part-time.  Management opportunities.  1-923-B592(collecl].  Make up to $265 by assembling 50 pairs of earrings.  BOLAN INC. a serious widespread International company  offers you en Interesting opportunity. For more details  aend a self-addressed  stamped envelope to: BOLAN  INC.. 655 Jeen-Paul Vincent,  Longueull, Quebec, J40 1R3.    Gifts needs Demonstrators  Join great new Children's | to sell toys and gifts at Home  Fabric Cub1' year member-��� Parties. No investment or  ship $25 6 newsletters: 'ab experience required. Estab-  tie swaicr.es lor hids and nshnd company, Call today  Mom. contests; great prizes' (519)258-7905.  Bunnyklds and Dmomites. '   SSS Site6,Comp 19, Prince Day Care Centra Supervisor.  r.eorge. B.C. V2N 2$" Kemano. B.C. The Day Care  QAflOENINQ  WEST COAST OPPORTUNITY. The North Shore News,  North Vancouver, B.C. Is Interviewing for a Classified Department Day Supervisor.  Please fax resume to VAL  STEPHENSON (604)965-  3227.  PIMONALt  Aiu  t'Glass   Green-  Centre In Kemano, B.C. Is  Inviting applications tor the  lollowing poalNon.SUPERVI-  Tralnlng provided. Lowei  Mainland 525-8722, Provincial 1-e0O-S65-8722,  SINGLES TODAY Introduc-  Travel. Granton, (5A)-263  Adelaide West, Toronto. 1  800-950-1972,  Hon Service. Eleventh Annl-   Take visual arts courses at  veriarv Special.   Member-  home via Knowledge Net-  shit) franchise and employ-i vrerii: A survey of Westei  ment information. Magazine   A" �� r^�����' �����"��"  ~"  sample $4. #2     '246 Fort  Street, Victoria, B.C., V8V  3L2, (604)380-9020, FAX:  (6p_4J428j?975.���__   Earn up to $40,000 in your  own part-time home based!  ffiT.X(--SngT-W,   8S*K����' Wffi"   houses and Solariums Sin, SOR: Tn. .uoees.lul candl-  S-S". 2_____f i--,_.l Secretary,    Piychology,. gieanddoubleglaied.stralghl  data should hive ��r��ric��te��  a-dcurvedeaveunits Phone. In both Under 3 and Over 3  or write lor FREE BRO-j Supervlllon. Administrative  CHURE' BC Greenhouse] sklllstnudeflnl-auet.Prel-  Builders Ltd , 74.5 Hedley] ar-nee will be given to Ihe  As_.Burnabv.B.C V5E-R1. candidate who has enperl-  433-42.0 9nce working with Infanta,  Art, a Colonlal'Ponralt. Col-1 ATTENTION i .DOOR-OUT-i f���" leh5_l    cwgwrflY  our - An introduction. Mark DOORQABOENEBSIJON'S Kemano, situated 100 Km  and Image, Material �� Form "LANT FACTORY LTD has soulheast ot Kitimat on B C '���  Ten. materials and tutorial! tools.organic andhydroponic northwest coast is a friendly  support supplied. Call Emily fertilizers. Hnlides and So- modern community In a wil-  Carr College ol Art 5 Design. *um lamps plus the best ad- .derness setting. The320resi-  687-2345. vrce'l -800-661 -4__2or_94. denis enjoy e.cellent oppor-  3000 'or information '���   WOULD VOU LIKE to correspond with unattached Christian people across Canada:  all denominations, all nationalities, lor companionship or  marriage? Ashgrove, P.O.  Bo> 2058. Chase, B.C., VOE  IMP.   DO VOU HAVE PSORIASIS?  Call (8071.37-ITCH, 1-800-  861-ITCH. Zsorta-Med cures  your symptoms. 90 day  money-back guarantee!!  -IALE9TAT8  gill basket buslnassi Con   L^dofl,outol-orkUearn,.  act: Bountllul B��"'!_ ' ��� m,nige an Apartment, Con- TRAIN TO Manage an Apart-  1230 Shepparo ����nu�� oomlnluinBuilding, Many|obs men-Condominium building.  West. Downsvlew. uniano, iVt||,fc(j, 0ve,, 2M people Qovarnmenl licensed home  M3KJZ9.   _  .    placed throughout B.C   For   sludycerllficntloncoursfl.Job  ���START WORKING NOW'   details call (604)681-5456      piacemftnlflssislance CalMor  Wall established Upholstery  -       ������-_   _  '  Busmoss in beauliful Coium     ro-,A_.Mt.C  bin Valley   All sat to go in ARE YQU H/W|NG T-Qu  Invermeres IndusMI �����   B1_��   W|TH   RELAT|0N  t^s-saaT" 2 ���__��?_._���"��*.'^  unities for fishing, hiking,  hunting and boating. Community facilities Include a recreation centre, bowling alley,  boat mooring, curling, van*  ous clubs and a mini-mull. A  .  "..     .   e_.iA-u.AA< -id��l ����"��qu.ppe_l school provides  or I 800 665-8339  HELPWANTED  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For inlormation  on both write: Properties.  Dept, CN, Boi 5380. Stn. F,  Ottawa. K2C3J1.   services;  Major ICBCand injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  22 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  tees available. InjuredlnB.C.  only.   WANTED  Grade 8. Principal trensport  is lo Kitimat (population  11.000) by a company-oper-  SEAMSTRESS/KNITTERSl ated passenger ship. Please  3235 or 342-3394       and reed-Olanelics the Mod-i WANTED. FULL/PART TIMEl submit your resume A.S.A.P.  SJUtTciTORS NEEOEDI For ernScience0IMenl.1lHealth-: HOMEWORK'" Up lo 400j to:AlcenSmel-rsandCheml-  -_,.f-_ -oof bu-n-e-a op   ��� ��r.50. To order call Van    weekly' Sand sell-addressed/   cals Ltd., Attention: Mrs CV.  K^ty sorting-n"dn.y. couv.rOian.l,.sC.nter.401! stampVd anvolopn HCH-D6   *"��-"��  " ' * ^~-  -C~-_.l_.lenti.il Pleas. West Hasting. Street. Van-   ENTERPRISES PO  4. couver,  B.C.    V6B   tL5    SQUARE ONE, BOX 201],  J.C. Gieat potenli  0460 F.ith S��.al   SldrVy. (W).-1-03ftIWCVndVisaI mFsSISSAUGA   ONTARIO.  _-.?��-5C9. .     ,.  1��P_��_d L5B3CC  Parsons. Personnel & Community SersyicesCo-ordinator,  Kemano, B.C.. VOT IKO.  Telephone: (604)634-3092,  Fa��: (604)634-3099.  WANTEO ��� Good quality older  stamp collection lor serious  junior teen collector. Will pay  reasonable amount lor honest value. Please call collect  1 .61-3150.  8LANKETCLA9SIFIE0  ADS  An advert! sing "Best Buy'l  ~^-���-^ -iaa- _i,_-_wr i,..r____r_-_��  ____���__���  _______________ 20.  Coast News. August 5,1991  CHANNEL ELEVEN  CMStC-M-ltCM  ���Ity Pll_i ���a-H  TIM-MY,��__._, S-t. I*  _______ S_i _i._-H_i  Full coverage of the pageant and parade and highlights ol  other weekend events make up this three and a hall hour special  on Coast Cable 11, youi community station.  mis Communily. television     SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281  -..rniruih in   111 I  s runs -go  Fires at the Pender Dump  raised concerns from the  Regional District about possible  health consequences to nearby  residences. It was noted by  SCRD Director Gordon Wilson  that the lighting ot fires at the  dump was illegal and anyone  caught doing so would be  prosecuted.  10 YMRS -GO  Gibscns Mayor Lorraine  Goddard announced Friday the  Federal government's decision to  contribute $1.1 million toward the  construction ol the long awaited  Gibsons' proposed 450 berth  municipal marina.  11 YEARS ICO  Local youth cleaned up the beach  near Seaside Inn at Port Melton  alter a recent parly left the beach  scattered with seven cases of half  broken beer bottles plus  numerous wine, juice and hard  liquor containers.  H YUM AGO  A Jervis inlet commercial air  service can now be operated by  Tyee Airways, Sechelt, as a  result ol the application before  the Air Transportation Board  receiving approval.  13 YUM AGO  Following a round-up ol Motor  Vehicle Act oflenders in the  Powell River district recently, ihe  RCMP patrol Irom North  Vancouver had a busy weekend  on the Sunshine Coast area from  Pott Mellon to Pender Harbour.  Some 25 offenders will lace court  charges ranging from having no  licence to speeding.  41 YUM AGO  A six inch railroad track spike  was lound driven into the centre  of a tall fire tree in the isolated  stands above Comox Lake, miles  Irom any railway. It was  estimated the rusty spike had  been in the tree some 40 or 50  years.  Noti. _��� Board  loniiiiiH-il from page 11.  Fashion Show  August 10  Something lor everyone Aug 10 at .30 pm  at Chrislian Lite Assembly 730 School Rd  Come and enjoy an evening ol lasruon to the  whole lamily. Hot and cold hors tfoeuvets  served with collee and lea. Great door  prizes. Liz Millen-Ryan prints lor sale  Proceeds lo Mexico Outreach .1, Tickets  110. Available al Zipers. Silks 4 Lace.  Hunter Gallery _ Christian Lite Assembly  886-7107.  7am Saturday, August to  6pm Sunady August 11  Doglish Derby presented by Egmont Lions  Club. Cash prizes. For moeie inlo call 883  2298  Sunday August 11,2pm  Musical Tales-Sandie McGinnis leading,  Heather DeRome. Guitar. Cale Pierrot  Monday August 19-30  Summet Fun day Camp 4 swimming lessons at  Coopers Green in Hallmoon Bay,. CConlad  Marie al 883-2142  Thursday, August 15/91  Sechelt Seniors Branch 69, Seniors Picnic  al 12 noon. Please bring your senior lottery  tickets wth you  MISCELLANEOUS  Steel guitar lilues atltst Ken Humm returns  In Inner Eat ill Robetls Creek for a summer dance Call 886-9749 lor tickets and  details  Feel Like Company?  On ynu have an extta room with nr without  a view? Peel like a tittle cnmiiaivy? Beach  Hnuse Piodiiclions is looking lot turrets tot  aclots, lecliiiicians and directors mining to  tlie Sunshine Coast In peilorm al the new  Raven's Cty Theatre ill Sechelt The  groups would requite accommodations lor  Continued mi page- 19.  Salt- ferry  lontiiiiii.l from pngy 2.  iniiiil.cn mill lilt- Coasl News.  "We linv. search patterns we follow. People (crew members)  search their own area so Ihey  call spin mhii. ihhin that's mil of  place."  lie ailiumeil, however, tli.it if  someone were "really serious"  about placing a bomb on the  boat thai it could prove very difficult to liiul it  "The RCMI' are always notified light away (ill Ihe event of a  bomb threat)," assured  Frandsen, "bin they really ilon'i  have any more answers than wc  have."  The ship's Second Male.  Willy Ciirsitor. pointed out that  "...99 per cent (ol all bomb  threats) are false alarms, anyway."  According lo l.aiiilsen, the  Coasl du.itil is IIC Ferry's  'higher authority', overseeing all  mailers nf safety and procedure  It's a situation Frandsen believes  adds in llie quality of training  ami accountability of his crew  "They (the (toast (iiiard) have  a lot of pressure to do their job,"  said Fraiiilsen. "so they're mil  about in let us gel away with a  hell of a tot being iu ihis particular business, we wouldn't  wain in lake chances anyway "  He added lhal llie Coast  (iiiard conducts random tests of  IIC Ferry ships during Ihe year  III assess llie speeil anil efficiency with which emergency  procedures are carried out and  thai most vessels come in well  below llie limes prescribed fur  any given exercise  As for Ihe overall quality of  those exercises  themselves,  Captain Frandsen laments only  the lack ol actual passengers to  participate in Ihe drills. 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