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 Parliament   Buildings  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V8V   1X5 cJ5-0  Attention:Rod Card in  C OAST * NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  r  September 12,1994 Volume 48 Issue 37  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  SECHELT:  blood donations  exceed  expectations  2  Volunteer  firemen battle  Davis Bay  beach fire    1  .,-   e        -  ���������ttatl_tl.  Gibsons  Ambassador wins  big at PNE   g  Garnet Rogers  scheduled  to return  to Coast   \_)  Eagles head and  shoulders above  the crowd .***  13  Governments  vie for control of  restoration funds  by Darah Hansen  There's some stiff competition  growing among groups and individuals seeking to manage the  restoration projeci at the Chapman and Gray Creek watersheds.  Bolh the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) and  Sechell Indian Band announced  al a regional board meeting  Thursday, Sepl. 8 their separate  intentions to apply for the project  manager's posilion,  available under the       '  watershed restoration  plan.  "We are the purveyors of Ihe water  and il is incumbent on  the SCRD to monitor  Ihe watershed," SCRD  director Brett McGillivray told board members at the meeting.  The project manager will be responsible for allocating $802,200 recently made  available under Forest Renewal  BC for Ihe first phase of a five-  year restoration project at the  Coast's two main watersheds,  Chapman and Gray creeks.  According to Marion Jamieson, co-chair of the Chapman and  Gray creeks Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP),  the organization coordinating the  restoration project, $802,200 is to  be used to address problems emanating from known sedimentation  sources affecting water quality  and fish habitats at the creeks.  Jamieson said road rehabilitation work will be Ihe main focus  of "interest and attention" in Ihe  project's first phase, ending April  1,1995.  She added the road rehabilitation work will be "over and  above" the restoration work  required by the forest company  currently holding the forest  licence in the area, International  Forest Products (Interfor).  Interfor will receive $300,000  of the allotted money for road  rehabilitation work outside the  requirements of their logging  contract.  The second phase of ihe project, scheduled lo continue over  nexl year, includes plans to  restore areas damaged by clearcut  logging-related slope failures and  other natural sources of sedimentation, Jamieson said.  Monitoring of water quality  will   be  consistent  ' throughout the pro  ject's duration, she  'It Is incumbent said. The project is  ~. *u- r/<nn     funded on a year-lo-  on the SCRD   year basis./he ^  to monitor the of the five-year pro-  watershed'    &c* ''J"''"^ "  $2.5 million. Jamieson  -Brett McGillivray said aboul 50 local  jobs will be created in  Ihe firsl phase.  Meanwhile,  whether to continue logging operations in the contentious area  remains a sticking point at the  IWMP table.  Jamieson said the IWMP committee ��� made up of a variety of  government and industry bodies  including the SCRD, Sechelt  Indian Band, Interfor and ihe  ministries of forests and environment ��� will meet in late October  to try and reach the "highest level  of consensus" on logging issues  before the second draft of the  document is printed. She said the  .second draft should be available  by late November.  While some IWMP members  support continued logging in the  watersheds in conjunction with  waler quality monitoring, others,  particularly the SCRD, have  asked for a complete hall to logging activities until "significant  reclamation" of the watersheds  can be measured.  SCRD director McGillivray  said Ihe district will pursue a  court injunction if Ihe committee  accepts Ihe logging option.  Language anguish...  Teacher Doug Delwciller instructs on the elements of English while one of his grade six students,  one of over 370 at Gibsons Elementary this year, adjusts from the demands of summer to the  demands of school. See related story on back page. Joel Johnstone photo  Davis Bay centre for mentally ill given green light  by Jane Seyd  Staff of menial health services on the Sunshine Coast are  moving into high gear after a  decision last week which opens  the doors for a six-bed group  home for mentally-ill people in  Davis Bay.  "We've long known we've  needed a facility of this sort,"  said Marie Belle Bulmer, director of mental health centres for  the Coast.  "I'm very relieved. It has  taken a long lime lo gel Ihe decision."  Approvals from the District  of Sechelt needed for the projeci  lo go ahead were announced  Sept. 7 at the regular council  meeting. A final decision on the  group home was made Aug. 17  al an in-camera meeling of  council closed lo Ihe public.  Bulmer said now Ihe decision  has been made, the health min  istry can go ahead with final  architects' drawings on the  home. A contract to build the  facility will likely be to put out  to tender in the next month, with  plans to start construction in  November.  The group home is scheduled  to open next April, al the beginning of the nexl fiscal year. That  deadline musl be met in order to  make sure the home gets operating funds from the government.  At Wednesday's council  meeting, several Davis Bay residents who have spoken out  about the home turned out to  hear the district's decision.  Al a public information meeting held at the Davis Bay community hall July 27, several people said they were apprehensive  about a home for mentally ill  being built in Iheir neighbourhood. Some said ihey were concerned aboul safety of children  at a nearby school. Others raised  Ihe possibility of falling property values.  Some also said Ihey were  upsel by what they saw as an  attempt to sneak the group home  in, without consulting people in  the community.  Bulmer said now Ihe decision  has been made, she hopes Ihe  worries of neighbouring residents will eventually subside.  turn to page 2  Politicians struggle for consensus on Coast rec centre  by Darah Hansen  They've agreed to back a  united proposal for "some kind"  of recreation complex on Ihe  Sunshine Coast. Beyond that,  they've agreed to disagree.  Aboul 30 people representing  all four local governments ���  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD), Sechelt Indian  Band, and municipalities of  Sechell and Gibsons - as well as  representatives from the recreation commission and the recreation complex society gathered  Wednesday, Sepl. 7 in a mediated session lo discuss constructing a multi-use recreation complex on the Coast.  Powell River/Sunshine Coast  MLA Gordon Wilson was also  present at Wednesday's meeling. He lold the group a united  effort both on the part of Coast  governments and sport organizations was absolutely necessary  to secure government funding.  "I think we've got one shot at  something, whatever we set our  sights on... whether that's a second sheel of ice or a whole  recreation complex," Wilson  said.  Facilitator Brian Johnson illustrates a point at Wednesday's recreation meeting. Joel Johnstone pholo  Wilson said a united proposal  for a such a complex should be  presented to the appropriate  government approval board  before the end of the year lo  lake advantage of whal he  termed a "three month window  of opportunity" lo secure fund  ing before an election is called.  Meanwhile, for almost three  hours, mediator Brian Johnson  focussed the attention of meet  ing participants on planning for  a jointly-funded Coast facility,  extracting promises from each  member present lo pursue a  cooperative effort for constructing a multi-use recreational  complex. The group also determined the recreation commission, newly formed under Ihe  SCRD, is the appropriate body  to coordinate thai effort.  Johnson steered discussions  away from specifics of such a  projeci, including where it will  be located and where funds will  be raised ��� a subject which surfaced often, particularly from  Ihe Sechelt Council contingent.  "This sounds like champagne  tastes on a beer budget," Sechelt  Councillor Rosina Giles said in  response to Johnson's call for  suggestions on what participants  would like lo see in a local  recreation complex.  As mediator ��� hired by the  Sechelt band - Johnson said his  role was lo determine the level  of support for "a" recreation  complex, not necessarily ihe  proposal that is currently before  Ihe government.  turn to page 2  ���K    * Loast News, September 11, I vlM  Pender Harbour  and District  Health Centre Society  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  Sunday, October 2 at 2:00 p.m.  Royal Canadian Legion Hall,  Branch 112, Madeira Park  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME  OLD MEMBERS  TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP  Refreshments will be generously provided by  the AiLiiliary to the Health Cenlre.   news  Red Cross meets  goal in Sechelt  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 99<t  Buy  Trade'Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  103-5710 Teredo Street Sechelt 885-2882  Coast residents once again  turned oul in numbers lo donate  blood to Ihe Canadian Red Cross  Society Sept. 6.  Red Cross officials had hoped  for 245 donors and  received 260 during  Ihe live hour blood  drive. Two hundred  and Ihirty-one units of  blood were collected.  "Once again Sunshine Coast blood  donors have continued lo buck Ihe worrisome national trend  of declining volunteer        blood   donalions,"  said Red Cross program consultant Wayde Johnston.  Johnston said local Red Cross  volunteers Patti Kennedy and  Shannon Stockwell and Iheir all-  volunteer team are a key reason  ihe Sechelt clinic has done so  well.  "Local challenges, particularly by volunteer fire brigades, on  the Coast have also helped  tremendously," he said.  7 know can  help other  people'  -Laurie Clciycmls  A greal many of Ihe donors  were also quile experienced al  giving blood, some giving for Ihe  35th lime.  Twenty-one lime giver Laurie  Clayards of Sechelt  said she gives blood  " because of the sense  of community.  "I just like to do  whal I can. ll allows  me lo help other people and I'm healthy,  so I know can help  other people," she  said.    Gerry Parker of  Gibsons said Ihis was  his third time giving  blood. And the reason he made  the trip north to Sechell al 5:30  pm on a Tuesday evening?  "I was finished work for the  day and I had nothing going on  so 1 thought I'd pop down."  The next blood donor clinic  will be run by local businessmen  Al Dolling and Pat Camozzi and  is scheduled for sometime  around the Easier weekend in  1995.  The Sechelt Seniors Centre hosted the second Red Cross Blood  Clinic of the year last Tuesday. Ian Cohb photo  Teens threatened, robbed on Bowen Island  . West Vancouver Police are investigating  a reported robbery of two teems from Bowen  Island.  The male victims aged 14 and 17 years  were approached by five males who  demanded cash.  One of the suspects threatened to stab Ihe  pair. The incident came to a climax, according to police when one of the suspects kneed  Ihe 17 year old in ihe face.  Police said the suspects made off with an  undisclosed amount of cash. The victim's  injuries were not life threatening.  The suspects are described as native  males approximately 18 years old.  Police are requesting anyone who may  have witnessed or have information about  the robbery contact them at 922-4141.  Fall '94 Fitness Workout  September   12   -   October   14   (5   weeks)  Sechelt Elementary School  Tuesday   &-.00 pm Step  Thursday 5:30 pm Step  ��� -  Coast Academy of Dance  5643 Wharf St.. Sechelt  Monday   9:30am"..'.Step Interval  Wednesday   9:30am Low Impact  Friday   9'30am .... Body Toning  Sunday \0-00 am... Hi/Low Aerobics  Step Interval: Each "Interval set" during the  cardio is designed to isolate and tone individual  muscle groups while at the same time still burning  calories during the cardio workout.  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Price $16-$20   $1U~ $14  Half Shanks   By Estimate  Suai^EsT  Until Friday, Sept. 30  Claws Checked and Karat  Gold Jewellery Cleaned  Qibsons  Jeannie's  Gifts & Gems  886-2023  St. Mary's facing $1 million deficit  by Jane Seyd  If Ihe provincial health ministry comes Ihrough with extra  funding, St. Mary's Hospital will  make it through the latest round  of downsizing and budget cutbacks.  If it doesn't, ihe hospilal could  be facing a two-year deficit of  over $1 million.That was the pic-  lure painted Wednesday night by  Ted Wright, hospital administrator, as he appeared before Sechell  Council to explain Ihe current situation at Sl. Mary's.  "Over Ihis year and nexl if  nothing were to happen we could  run over one million dollars in to  Ihe red," he told councillors,  adding the deficit problem is  "very, very serious."  Three weeks ago, the hospital  closed five of 38 beds and moved  all of Ihe remaining second-floor  beds down lo the first floor in  order lo save money. Wright said  $300,000 has been saved by  moving the beds downstairs.  In addition, the hospital is  hoping to shift an additional  $359,000 of salary costs lo com  munity health funding.  But the rest of the shortfall  hangs in the hands of health ministry analysts. By the ministry's  own standards, said Wright, Sl.  Mary's is already doing more  with less.  Compared to other hospitals  of similar size, the Sunshine  Coasl hospital gets $32 less revenue per patient per day, while  spending $47 less lhan average.  The occupancy rale of hospital  beds on the Coast, however, is  significantly higher lhan for other  hospitals its size: almost 84 per  cent of acute care beds al St.  Mary's are in use while the average for other similar hospitals is  49 per cent occupancy.  This year, hospilal revenues  are $11.1 million while expenses  are forecast al $11.6 million.  Next year, Ihe situation is much  the same, with projected revenues  al $11.3 million, while expenses  are expected to be $ 11.9 million.  Wright told councillors staff  salaries and benefits make up the  majority of hospital costs,  totalling $8.9 million this year  and $9.2 million next year.  But because of a labour accord  struck with the three major hospital unions a year and a half ago,  employees cannot be laid off  without pay until March 1996. At  the lime Ihe labour accord was  signed, said Wright, a $3 million  "shared risk" fund was established by the province for hospitals facing deficits due to inability to lay off employees. Bul  because St. Mary's had managed  to save some working capital, the  hospital couldn't gel access lo the  funds.  "We're facing the complete  erosion of our working capital  over this year," said Wright.  So far, the level of patient care  hasn't been affected by all Ihe  financial woes of the hospilal, he  said. Patients have not been put  out in the hall, as happens at  other hospitals.  Bul Ihe real lest won't come  until January and February, he  warned, when patients wilh respiratory problems often end up in  St. Mary's. "Thai's when the hospital fills up."  Sechelt band offers rec centre land  from page 1  Earlier in Ihe year, the band  submitted a proposal for an $18  million recreation complex to the  provincially and federally funded  Infrastructure Works Program.  If Ihe proposal is successful,  the band stands lo gain $12 million from Ihe program, while  raising Ihe remaining $6 million  in ihe community. A decision  from the government regarding  Ihe application is not expected  until October.  The band has offered a parcel  of Iheir own land located behind  St. Mary's Hospital in Sechell as  Ihe site for the proposed complex. The SCRD and Ihe District  of Sechelt have offered Iheir  written support of Ihe proposal  while the Town of Gibsons  signed a separate letter of support  "in principle."  JOIN US FOR A  FUN AFTERNOON!  SAT. SEPT. 17 ��� 1PM  *��-"_   LEARN HOW  TO PLAN YOUR  LANDSCAPE  DESIGN  with  "The Merry  Gardener"  Mary Butryn  Chief Garry Feschuk said the  band is 100 per cenl behind  building a recreation complex for  Coast-wide use. He added if  politicians can't support Ihe current application before Ihe government, ihe band will consider  another proposal. "The band has  a vision and we're going lo  knock down every obstacle to get  to our vision...we're not going lo  penalize our kids any longer."  Future  mental health  care facilities  and services  planned  for Coast  from page I  "I certainly don'l have any  apprehension or hard feelings,"  Bulmer commented.  When completed, Ihe group  home will provide four permanent and Iwo emergency beds  for people wilh menial illness.  Two staff members would likely be al ihe home during the  day, wilh one slaff person  working ihere al niglu.  Bulmer said over the nexl 10  years, the ministry will likely  be expanding residential care  for people wilh menial illness  on Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  ���    -r  .   ���      _,_..         S_  i  ������ m I news  OPEN 1 - 4 ��� FRl��SAT��SUN��MON  Christian school battle heads to court  by Jane Seyd  A privalely-run Christian school on Ihe  Sunshine Coast is preparing to fight one  municipality in court while hoping a speedy  rezoning from another district might lead Ihe  way oul of ils predicament.  New Life Christian Fellowship, which  runs a school for aboul 80 students on North  Road in Gibsons, has been told by the town  they've got to Ihe end of Ihis school year to  find a new location.  Otherwise, the school faces being shut  down as an illegal use on the properly, which  is zoned commercial.  But so far the school has refused to sign  an agreement guaranteeing they'll be out by  ihe end of June 1995.  So Gibsons has taken the issue to BC  Supreme Court, where the Iwo sides expect  to square off before a judge over if and when  the school has to leave.  Meanwhile, the church i.s hoping the location for a new school in Sechelt will be  approved in time to lead it out of the legal  quandary.  A rezoning application from Ihe church  for a property in West Porpoise Bay was  given first reading by Sechelt Council  Wednesday nighl.  Pastor Ivan Fox told councillors New Life  Christian Fellowship wants to construct a  building on a five-acre parcel of land at the  corner of Reef Road and Spray Street. The  facility would be used as a church on Sunday, and would house the private school during the week. Fox said in a later interview  the church expects the building lo cost  approximately $250,000, which would be  funded Ihrough donations.  Previously, New Life Christian Fellowship operated the school from an upstairs  location on Wharf Street in Sechelt, but  moved down to Gibsons when a larger building space was offered to the church rent-free.  Fox said the school was set up on North  Road with the verbal approval of the town  planner at the lime. Two years ago, however,  the town changed ils mind, said Fox, and  told the school it had lo leave.  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small said Ihis week,  however, thai any approvals given verbally  were only short-term, and were made when  the school had only aboul a third of Ihe students which now attend. "They are in an area  that's not zoned lor a school," he said. "At  what stage of Ihe game does il get to the  point of ignoring an illegal use of property?"  Neighbours have also complained about  noise and traffic generated by the school,  Small said. "Every year Ihey come to council  and ask for one more year," he added.  When the church refused lo sign a guarantee they'd leave this year, despite an initial  agreement to do so, "we felt really let  down."  A court hearing date has nol yel been set  for the case between Gibsons and Ihe church.  A public hearing on Ihe Sechell rezoning  will take place in October.  SVFD extinguishes uncontrolled beach fire  Sechell Volunteer Fire Department members were called out to  Davis Bay lale Sept. 2 to put oul  a large beach lire.  Assistant Fire Chief Bill Krasnikoff reported the squad was  called to the sand pit area al  Davis Bay to put out a fire that  had been abandoned.  "It was quite a large beach fire  set at the high water mark, ll was  a bunch of logs pul together and  there was no one around to  account for il," he said.  Krasnikoff said the department hasn't been having a lot  trouble wilh beach or any other  fires but noted the Friday evening  fire as the second in the past few  days.  And if people are having fires,  the beach or in approved campgrounds are the places to do it, he  said. "We have no problems wilh  a small beach fire that is sel 10  cook wienies, as long as it Is  ^V^i  ��� "���'������������''tffiew&m  mm  iaiCuV- - '������ *��� *__  ��'��� JBfflPSBS  Wnj__vL>< i  ^mmm%^,A-  **�����*���'���'��� -���*���;/<���;/v:  ,  Sechelt Volunteer Firelighters tackle a beach fire at Davis Bay last week.  Joel Johnstone photo  ^  Aurora  Subdivision  off North Road  LOT 21 ��� 813 Celestial Place ��� SOLD  LOT 22-817 Celestial Place ��� 2050sqft, 3 bdrm home on  7600 sqft view lot. /ill cedar exterior, cathedral ceilings,  open staircase, 2 1/2 bthrms, family room off large  kitchen & nook with knotty pine cabinets, gas heat, 2  gas fireplaces. Heated & insulated double garage,  Jacuzzi soaker tub & separate shower in ensuite of 19'  master bedroom with view sitting area. Landscaped yard  plus loads of extras. Priced at $249,900.  LOT 23 ��� 80x108' ��� Best view corner lot in development  will build to suit - 1250sqft + full basement home with  view from living room, dining room, kitchen & nook plus  partially covered sundeck over double garage from  $229,900 OR 1534 sqft full basement home with view  from living room, dining room, kitchen, nook & family  room, plus partially covered sundeck over double garage  from $249,900  LOT 24 ��� 65x103' view lot ��� will build to suit 1350 sqft  rancher with double garage from $ 199,900  TWIN OAKS VILLAGE ��� 824 North Rd. Qibsons  UNIT #2 ��� 6 year old adult oriented I060sqft, 2 bdrm, all  one level townhome. Level entry with no steps end unit  with side yard and private rear yard, excellent condition.  Immediate occupancy priced at $129,900.  627 GOWER POINT ROAD ��� BUILDER'S OWN HOME  Walk to Marina and Lower Qibsons, lots of extras like:  Cathedral ceilings, open spiral oak staircase, curved  glass block wall, 4 bedrooms, den, family room, rec  room, 3.5 bathrooms, gas heat, 2 gas fireplaces, total  area 3405 sq. ft., 2785 sq. ft. finished fit 620 sq. ft.  partially finished basement, plus double garage, 40'  sundeck, 40' covered patio, 8500+ sq. ft. usable and  fenced lot with lane. Would suit workshop/garage off  lane, or parking for vehicles. Priced in low $300,'s.  Will build your plan on our lots  Will custom build on your lot or your project  Will do renovations ft alterations on your home  26 years of building experience  Courtesy to Agents  down below the high waler mark  and it is supervised," Krasnikoff  said.  The fire department would  also like lo remind District of  Sechelt residents thai the back  yard burning ban is still in effect  until Nov. 1, including barrel  fires.  TWIN OAKS  DEVELOPMENT CORP.  Hans  Ounpuu  886-4680  Tentative  settlement  reached in  CUPE  contract  dispute  by Roxanne Gegory  Eleventh hour negotiations  between Canadian Union of  Public Employee (CUPE)  members, school district negotiators, and Labour Relations  Board mediator Larry Gregg  have resulted in a tentative settlement.  The union representing  school dislricl support workers  has been without a contract  since last December, and was  scheduled to take a strike vote  Saturday.  According lo Janine Strand,  CUPE bargaining committee  member, Friday's negotiations  were long and lense, bul ultimately resulted in a tentative  settlement the union could recommend.  Strand said, "There was  movement by district negotiators and it was encouraging.  We had taken a membership  poll and ihere would have been  an overwhelming vole lo  strike."  Although Ihe details of Ihe  offer remain confidential, bargaining committee member  Lynda Olsen said, "We gol a  deal which is comparative lo  Lower Mainland settlements. I  can say we have been offered  an increase in a Iwo year contract," she said.  "There are a couple of organizational items which we are  still working on, and there are  some pay equity issues which  remain unresolved, but we  were able lo bring a good offer  lo ihe membership."  Union members voted 113  lo 2 lo accepl Ihe offer, which  still must be ratified by district  trustees.  The trustees will meet Tuesday to discuss the deal.  Bolh Strand and Olsen say  Ihey are optimistic Ihe school  board will accepl the terms of  the proposed settlement.  WORKING IN TRADES  Employment Training Program  Starts October 11,1994  Through a combination of classroom I shop instruction and on the  Job experience this 37 week program gives skill exposure in...  CARPENTRY / CONSTRUCTION  ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONICS / HEAVY EQUIPMENT  SMALL ENGINE / AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR  COMPUTERS / MATH & COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADING  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT / JOB SEARCH  TECHNIQUES & WORK EXPERIENCE  An orientation session will be held Tuesday, September 13  at 7pm. 1019 Venture Way, Gibsons.  To register call 806-3807  D\A\fOeiuC\\AkcWgUtfj ���:  5\<sie\A, KxW, barb, beiAtee.  We've renovated! Come see our new look!  There's a stylist to suit everyone's needs!  LANDING UNISEX**��� 65? school Rd.   Mavktw  HAIR DESIGN Jfflfc? Cibsons Landing 1hm>NH  & TANNING SALON  886-3916 Sat*5  SECHEL! FIREPLACE  & GAS CEME  RSF ENERGY PROMOTIONAL DAY  Sidle of Ibe itrl, high lech, efficient fireplaces  DISPLAY BURSIRAIIER O.V LOCATION  * Featuring tlie besl in gas wood fireplaces  mmiimmiimimmmB  DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE!  '<��?  lifted!  /  At our new EXPANDED location, ���!()()() sq. ft.  of Showroom & Warehouse to serve you  5654 WHARF ROAD  ���   885-7171   ! : ...,.-.   r/r^rrr^rml  3930  iiiiiiiiii    nn i     ii iiiiiiiMiiii'::-iffi;?ia  m. opinion  Banding together  to provide much  needed recreation  for the Coast  "Never look a gift horse in the mouth" ��� haven't the  local government representatives on the Coast ever heard  that adage before?  If not, maybe they should hear it now. Or, if so, maybe  they should be reminded again of its meaning.  Its about the multi-use recreation complex for the Sunshine Coast.  While the various governments have been bantering  back and forth on the "whens, wheres and whys", the  Sechelt Indian Band has focussed on the "hows" and  served up a workable, albeit somewhat extravagant, proposal for the benefit of everybody on the Coast.  The band's proposal includes something for everyone,  from an Olympic sized pool to a kiddy pool, soccer fields,  tennis courts, craft rooms and a seniors centre.  The band has even offered its own land on which to  house the complex ��� located in Sechell, both a cenlral  and growing location on the Coast (much to the disappointment of Gibsons).  In case it's not clear, the band's proposal is the gift  horse here.  And if anyone's looking it in the mouth it is all the nay-  sayers and Nervous Nelly's who sat on their hands at last  Wednesday's meeting to discuss the possibility of working together towards making the dream of a Coast recreation complex a reality before the year 2000.  That's not a far off date considering it took nearly three  hours of banter and discussion lo extract a simple yes/no  answer from local politicians on whether they're even  willing to have their respective municipalities work  together in planning and funding a joint recreation project.  Some councillors were even publicly questioning Coast  residents' desire for such a complex ��� even in the presence of the recreation complex society, a local organization which has garnered well over 2,000 signatures from  local residents pushing for a recreation complex...any  recreation complex.  Yes, they've all finally agreed to support ��� in principle  ��� the current proposal before the government... it's only  taken the band's leading initiative and about 20 years.  "lAliflftVbi tentlifl iirg.UTf,to-"f the whos, whats  and where? baveonlyjnst begun.     .  Let's hope for the all'those on the Coast, young and Old,  who stand to benefit from a central; modern recreation  facility, the arguments don't last long enough for the gift  horse to wander away.  Blood donations -  good to the  last drop  Congratulations to all those who gave blood last week.  We're well above and beyond the national average. And  for those who didn't, there will be another clinic sometime in the spring.  Remember, donated blood saves lives...  ,SC*0^ador  Ec��al  I^Mic  1/1 k c  M^l  *~ (^L,h  V'A-^VVV-"^  (r   ^  larryJardine:  this south  american  country could  liKEly Teach us  a thing or two  a0out running  a municipality.  aGC  ~ => --*  ^r-  letters  Thanks for the  coverage  I would like lo express my  lhanks for Ian Cobb's article, Ihe  editorial and carloon in Ihe  Coasl News, September 5.  What i.s happening in Dog  Palch can happen elsewhere in  the Sunshine Coasl Regional  District.  Does Ihe SCRD believe Ihey  can decide whal happens lo people without consulting Ihem?  Whal gives Ihe SCRD the right  to play wilh people's lives causing stress and uncertainty?  Because of the Hillside  Industrial Park Ihe impact of  more trucks (tanker trucks,  semi-trailers, propane carriers)  along (he Pqrt Mellon.^igljWay  should be a major concern Iq.Ihe  residents of Langdale. (fas (lie  SCRD thought aboul Ihe mix of  industry and residential in this  circumstance? ' j  One other thing - anyone  paying taxes in Ihe regional dislricl should question how their  money is being spent in the Hillside Industrial Park and if il is  being spent wisely. I wonder,  especially when ihe SCRD is  considering pulling aside a percentage of Ihe proceeds from Ihe  sale of industrial land to buy  Dunham Road property (Dog  Patch).  But, I keep forgetting, the  SCRD is only thinking of Ihe  people they serve.  JANET CALDER  Dog Patch  Ecuador safari ices  cake  If we ever required proof of  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District's arrogance, lack of concern for taxpayer's money and  separation from reality, their  proposed safari lo Ecuador ices  Ihe cake.  At a time when restraint  .should be practiced because  most governments, including the  SCRD, cannot fund the community's basic needs, this further  waste of money is unconscionable.  To suggest thai directors and  staff "may be able" to learn  . something to apply lo local gov-  err^enl or that il is alright  because Ihe federal government  is picking up most of the lab is  ���pimply demeaning to the public's intelligence and brings  political justification lo new  heights (or is it lows?). Who  does Jardine think pays federal  taxes?  This safari can only be seen  as an unnecessary publicly-funded perk.  It is Ihis type of spending thai  continues lo increase Ihe public's mistrust in all politicians  and public servants.  One can only hope thai  Mayor Eric Small will continue  lo question the operation of the  SCRD and in lime have a Utile  success in bringing some  accountability to an obviously  out-of-control and increasingly  redundant public organization.  T. FORSYTH  Gibsons  St. Mary's thanks  The following letter to Sl.  Mary's Hospital was received by  Ihe Coast News for publication.  Many thanks! Susan, Kathy,  Louise, Dianne, Dr. E. Berin-  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the  editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve  the right to edit submissions for  brevity, clarity and legality.  Please mail your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 480, Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  stein and Dr. D. Rogers for your  caring assistance at Sl. Mary's  Hospilal emergency ward during  the Labour Day weekend. Your  efforts are greatly appreciated.  We residents of the Sunshine  Coasl can be proud of our world  class St. Mary's Hospital nurses,  doctors, support people and Ihe  region's other health care  providers who care for us when  the need arises.  Once again "lhanks".  ARNET TUFFS  Sechelt  Healthy schools  The Sechelt Elementary  Healthy Schools Committee  would like lo thank the Sunshine  Coast Teachers Association for  including parents in their conflict resolution workshop on  Aug. 31 and Sepl. 1, and for  providing refreshments and  babysitting as well.  In Ihe midsl of severe cutbacks in education, we feel lhat  teachers are to be commended  for continuing to reach out to  help Iheir communily. The experience gained at this course will  be very useful to parents  involved in Sechell Elemen-  tary's fledgling Parent Advisor  Liaison (PAL) program where  parent volunteers will be helping  other parents understand and  cope with the school system.  ROSELLA ALVAREZ  Chairperson, Sechelt  Elementary  Healthy Schools Committee  The revelations of Binky while going under the knife  An antiseptic odour unnerved ihe cat as it floated  down the hallway, suspended under the veterinarian  assistant's arms.  "I knew something was going to happen, ll  wasn't just feline intuition," the cat thought as it  passed into a large room furnished with many  strange things.  The assistant gently placed the cat on a bench in  the middle of ihe room and cooed inanities until a  woman dressed in white emerged, smiling.  "Is this Binky ��� the nuetering job?"  Binky, a precocious one-year-old cat-of-many-  colours, froze.  "WHAT!"  After his long, loud internal scream, he heard...  "CCs of Kelamin-Rompom."  Binky belonged to a family of five and lived in a  large seaside home on the Sunshine Coast ��� a strip  of land forgotten by mainland Canada. Cut off from  Ihe rest of the country by an imposing series of  mountains, fjords, forests, clear cuts and even worse  than lhal, a Crown Corporation. Ihe Sunshine Coasl  slill managed lo plod along very well lhank you very  much.  To many, ils motto was "We don'l need no  stinkin' mainland," while many others simply  expressed themselves in binary code and spent a lot  of time hanging around foresl clearings chanting.  While Ihe Sunshine Coasl did okay for itself,  In the middle  there was one aspect of Ihe place lhat was strained.  The animal kingdom was the centre of an ongoing debate between many people with nothing better  to do than lo try and create legislations governing  everything non-Homo Sapien Sapien.  "Kill Ihem! And if you can'l kill Ihem ��� incarcerate them!" One side shouted, while across ihe  way another group claimed all animals should have  a right lo suck oxygen and Iheir track record be  damned.  The two sides weren't bitter enemies, Ihey jusl  shared different views. It was a microcosm of legislatures and parliament.  "No"  "Yes!"  "No sir!"  "Yes way."  On and on and on it goes until someone runs oul  Ian cobb  of breath or has to slip oul lo the corner slore lo buy  more olives, which results in a break in ihe impasse  and a momentary victory for the side slill arguing.  Later, citing Iheir righl io appeal, and somewhat  buoyed by the renewal of olives in Iheir drinks, the  other side will offer a cheeky no or yes and the  debate rages on.  The particular yes-no topic the people of the Sunshine Coasl were locked in mortal combal over was  centred around an organization thai strives to give a  good life lo all animals, most notably dogs and cals.  It was seen as a haven to many of the more criminally insane cals and dogs and as a second chance to  many abused or unwanted animals.  A section of Ihe Coast's population didn't like  Iheir unwritten policy concerning no eulhanizalion  of certain animals and Ihe rifl in tenets resulted in a  kennel owner getting impoundment duties and vari  ous media sources splashed the whole shmeer over  Iheir pages, as is their Clark Kenlian right, and  before you can say Tinkerbell's been ealen by the  croc, firestorms were raging.  The Kelamin-Rompom wiggled through Binky's  system and though it was wasn't obvious from his  prone and slill body, he was having revelation after  revelation.  "Instead of allowing populations lo run rampant,  thereby allowing animals into the world that usually  end up as unwanted or end up in Ihe homes of people who have as much idea how to raise a cal or dog  as I, savage hunter and lover extraordinaire..."  Binky fell remorseful for a second but plunged on  with his hypothesizalions..."have of assembling an  assault rifle and taking on that crazy Cocker down  Ihe road."  Binky knew lhal his loss was the cal kingdom's  gain. "Nay, though my noble line will nol continue,  my sacrifice will be fell by all cals and kittens and I  will go lo Pussy Valhalla proudly and once Ihere I  will be reunited with my bits and all will be good."  His final thought was how if he was God, he'd  unile the human race and order ihem to provide  heallh care-style treatment for all animals. REM  dropped away into a deeper sea and Binky ceased to  dream. Suddenly he snapped awake ��� terrified by  ihe irrational thought "whal if thai woman in the  white coat can read my mind?"  COAST^NEWS  Subscription Kttrt hr  the Cemt Ntwt or tht Wtrirndtr:  Ciiurfj:  1 year ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $17 45  6monthi ��� $20 ��� $1.40 CST- $21.40  fofwjpi: I year ��� $60 (No CST)  Km, No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast New* is published on  the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  Cltnlord Pmt Ud.  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Gibsons...  Branka's Boutique ��� Coast Books  The Landing General Store  Sayward Books, Sunnycrest Mall  Molly's Lane Market  Sechelt...  Talewind Books  letters  Column  appreciation  Ian Cobb's column (on  American geography) reminds  me of a very similar and true  story.  Several years ago, Moe and  Deedee, two of my husband's  co-workers, came lo visit us  before leaving for Brownsville,  Texas. Since Ihis was January  and Ihey were camping, we  asked what sort of winter equipment they were taking. They  confidently assured us ihey  didn't need any winter gear  since they would be quite warm  enough once they reached  southern Idaho.  Now I had lived in Idaho for  several years while my father  attended university and, believe  me, Edmonton's winters have  nothing on Idaho's. My husband  The Coast News  Our 49th year off Serving the Sunshine Coast  GOOD STUFF HEALTH FOODS  presents  Vere Shute, B.A., M.H.  Once again we have a visit from Vere Shute of  Natural Factors Research  Vere is among North America's leading  nutritional experts. He has made many guest  appearances on radio talk shows across Canada  and has contributed articles to Alive magazine.  He will be in-store to answer all of your  questions on nutrition or supplements.  Friday, September 16  10:00 a.m to 4 p.m.  Req Salft  Beta Carotene 30,000 IU 90's...13���� 8M   180's .2430 16"  Vlt C1000 mg T/R 90's ...1470 9-   180's .2670 18*  VRE400IU 90's...15���� B"  All You Need In One Multi  90's ...19���� 12"   180's .35���� 23M  Big Friends Children's 60's...10M 7"  Cel/Mag Citrate C Vlt D  go's...^50 8*   180's .2350 15*  Cel/Mag Citrate 90's ...12���� 7"   180's .23���� 15"  Acidophilus & Bifidus 90s ...1000 8"   180's. 1790 12"  Double Strength Acidophilus   go's...^50 8"   180's .2330 15"  Ultra Prim 100 mg GLA  90s ...3990 25"   180's .72���� 45"  Glucosamine Sulphite 500 mg 60's...29���� 18"  Panax Ginseng CA meyer 30s ...1750 10"   60's...3050 17"  PLUS MANY MANY MORE  AND INTRODUCING ENRICHING GREEN  FACTORS PRODUCTS!  96 COWRIE ST., SECHELT   885-906:*  OITN MON - SAT 10 ,i.m. ON "LOTS OF FRI I l'AKkl\(."  and I urged them to at leasl take  some warm winter clothes. To  humour us, they agreed.  When they returned some  weeks later, Moe sought Bill out  to lhank him for his suggestion.  Seems they met with blizzard  conditions in eastern Washington and didn't shake the snow  until Ihey reached Arkansas.  Enough said.  KAREN PHILLIPS  Sechelt  Lions Club  Meetings have resumed after  the summer session for Gibsons  Lions Club. Tucker Forsyth is  the president of Ihe new executive taking office for Ihe 1994-  95 season. Meetings are held  twice monthly and Ihe focus is  on service to our community  and to Lions charities.  Last year was a busy one  especially over Ihe summer  months when Ihe Lions Concession Trailer provided refreshments at several ball tournaments and other community  events. This has for several  years been a major source of  revenue.  During the past year a total of  $5200 has been donated for the  following purposes:  Scouts Canada: $200, Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey:  $500, Gibsons Minor Baseball:  $300, S.C. Community Service  Riding Program: $400, Elves  Club: $100, Canada Day Committee: $200, Sea Cavalcade:  $700, Computer equipment -  special needs child: $500, Camp  Squamish: $600, BC Foundation  - Make a Wish: $500, Gibsons  Swimming Pool - Adapted  Aquatics: $200, Timmy's  Telethon: $1,000.  The Lions Club are sponsors  of Ihe Gibsons Scouts, Gibsons  Minor Baseball, SC Minor  Hockey, and the White Cane  Club. Members have also  offered Iheir assistance to other  community causes.  The Club would like to thank  the community for their support  of programs such as TV Bingo,  Lions Mints, Gourmet Foods,  and especially for the Lions  Food Concession. Further information on local Lions is available from President Tucker  Forsyth at 886-4542 or any lions  member.  AGNES LABONTE  Lions Club  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  FriaUy&aSmturaUy, Sept. 16 & 17  $   1WOOF  AWND    J3  ;  OMN SINMVS11-9/ KITCMM jOjM WIS. ��� Ml. M ��� *  General Meeting  September 20  Darts  \M 7:30 pm  Crib  Sat.lpm  Meat Draw  twySiet.lpiti  Ml  ^<    CLIP   'N'   SAVE    >cj  Petro Canada  bulk concerns  The September 7 article in  the Sunshine Press on Chevron  Canada's decision to close its  Bulk Plant facility was very well  done.  However, I would like to  express great concern with the  misleading headline and inaccurate comments that followed. I  feel lhat Ihe public perception  could be extremely damaging lo  my business as the Petro Canada  agent for the Sunshine Coast.  I would like to sel the record  straight.  On July 12, 1994, Pelro  Canada began using the roll on  roll off delivery system to provide product to their retail outlets - service stations. The bulk  plant is in no way effected by  Ihis change.  This letter could have been  avoided had the local bulk facility been contacted for comment.  Tom Mclnlyre, Ihe person quoted in Ihe article works out of  Calgary for a branch of the company thai deals with distribution  matters - not whether or not  bulk plants open or close.  I have spent a lol of money  with the Press in the last few  weeks on advertising in the  hopes of drawing people's attention to our presence only to have  this headline confuse my present  and future customers on my stability within the community.  I would like to assure all of  Petro Canada's wholesale and  home heating customers that the  local wholesale team is here to  stay and will continue to provide  Ihe same services lhat we have  built our business on.  DARCY LONG  Ralph Stevenson Agency Ltd.,  Petro Canada Agent.  Learning life's  lessons  My name is Jonathan and I  am four years old.  This morning my daddy, my  brother and I wenl for a walk on  Ihe beach and I was very sad.  We were throwing rocks into  Ihe water, running in the sand  and having lots of fun. Then my  daddy took me to one of my  favourite trees to play on. It slill  had its roots when it fell into the  ocean and rolled onto our beach.  When we got to the tree it was  all black.  Someone burnt up our Iree?  All Ihe big roots that I used lo  sit, swing and bounce on are all  burnt off. The whole area is a  dead black.  I cried and cried and cried.  Why did someone bum my tree.  I cried because it was a tree that  I had a lot of fun on. It was a  happy place.  I cried some more. I will  miss my tree. If you are the one  who burnt my iree, please don't  burn any more trees on our  beach. One of the trees you burn  might be someone else's  favourite Iree.  JONATHAN ROLSTON  Coit Bonus Coupons  f$��a" ��� "oSTOM MADE  j   OUOFF    DRAPERIES  I HiB*afctftta��*aito. And w water  IM*t*mev����tflKtfcf]midKat)wt  | ummtttanimimn.  IM-tt t**** ft atste��*Mt*erer*.  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Joel Johnstone photo  Our 7Ky Urue Boue.. ���  bet me sweep you off your feet  ana carry you to that sandy oeacfi  and cuatcfi the sun go down lo sleep  /miningyuu in my arms so deep  ana matre lone to you  till llie morniny Heat.  9Boue "you 9?oc��effe  from JQuin  george in gibsons  by George Cooper  Have all Ihe robins gone soulh? The  Canada Geese resident on the golf course  migrated for the season to Porpoise Bay?  Elphinstone grads  1993 grads that I have talked to are continuing with post-secondary studies or are  about to start.  Angie Gareau has put her computer bursary lo use wilh a program of five courses in  that field lasl fall. She is now enrolled in  Business Administration, a degree course, at  Cariboo University College in Kamloops.  Francesca Ryan returns this fall lo Simon  Fraser University for her second year of sciences.  Francesca, who spent the past summer in  the Charlottes working in an art gallery, was  'round west howe sound  awarded the top aggregate student scholarship from Ihe Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  company.  Matthew Chalmers spent five months this  past year in Australia, both travelling and  visiting Mike Thomson of Sydney, a friend  who had taken Grade 11 with him here in  Gibsons.  Matthew begins firsl year courses this fall  at Capilano College, North Vancouver.  Janine Ferreira, awarded a music bursary  at Elphinstone, hopes to enrol in music  courses at Capilano College, North Vancouver, in January.  She spent the early part of lasl school  year working in Gibsons and then travelled  for six monlhs in New Zealand, Australia  and Fiji by backpacking, cycling and by  motorcar.  Lisa Elliott, awarded the Mamie  Jamieson bursary, took the five month Pharmacy Technician course at Vancouver Community College's King Edward campus and  did some upgrading in courses at Elphinstone.  Josh Schuks is enrolled in the first year  university transfer program at Capilano College, North Vancouver. Josh, awarded a  Roberts Creek Legion bursary, has been  working here this past year.  Tracy Mundell, Coast Cable Vision bursary recipient, has been working this past  year at the Roberls Creek store along with  part time work at Cable Vision.She is, she  says, waiting to see just what she wants to  lake in college courses.  by Joan Peterson  With the euphoria of the  Commonwealth Games fading  and the legislature's summer  hiatus virtually ended, WHSEA  hopes Victoria is getting back to  business - on the Coast.  There is considerable cause  for concern. Recent reports of  the BC Ferry Board intervention  ii^fiipijingof |h��j .LangdaleTerminal, grid, Ibe subsequent reverr,.,  sal of their decision, raises the  question of some confusion ih  the responsibility of various  administrative bodies. Whatever  power trip these may be on can  only result in delays beyond Ihe  presenl estimate for completion  of the highway/ferry connection  in June 1995.  As completion of the Hillside industrial complex  advances and with all past indicators of Highways/Ferries  'best guesses', inspiring little  confidence, the spectre of Hillside heavy truck traffic and holiday ferry traffic, snarled in one  massive log jam at Langdale  isn't hard to envision.  WHSEA expresses appreciation lo the candidates in the  recent regional director's elec  tion. Eric Cardinall, SCRD representative for West Howe  Sound will report to the membership.  WHSEA monthly meeting is  Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 pm  at    Langdale    elementary  portable. Your questions are  invited.  Maurice Egan, manager of  Hillside Industrial Park will be  the guest speaker and West  Howe Sound residents should  need no urging to attend.  )\WW&  All cedar wood fencing  from rough plank boards to.  attractive lattice panels  Keep your children  & pets safe  Gain privacy  Cedar decks & porches  a specialty  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  FREE ESTIMATES  SENIORS DISCOUNTS  1  FALL  BIKE  SALE  ALL '93 MODELS PRICED TO CLEARI  AA  NISHIKI  COL(  )RADO  vasSp  il. Jftjf  5p  \ i      i  M  ^______f  NORCO Blgfoot   *4.49",  MCSM.M  '���  '.  NORCO Blgfoot SP *479"  tMG��9.H  Rockhopper*4999��  *mem WO��21M  ^ Stumpjumper^jdg^*.  Rockhopper Comp $699"  UOHlll  V:-*r'!"!1i Bushwak��r$799M-  We'll Pay You  to shop our competition  At Furniture Land we'll pay you to shop our  competitors. We know that during our  $50,000 selected Clean-Up Sale no one  can beat our prices or service. We are  offering a large selection of furniture,  appliances, TVs, mattresses; all at below  replacement costl Sofas, chairs, recliners,  stoves, fridges, dishwashers, freezers, TVs,  desks, washers, dryers, lamps, accessories,  range hoods AND MORE!  &  Sctfe  G.B.      Sealy      Simmons  Sklar     Palltser     JennAir  Roxlon    Sanyo    Toshiba  AND MORE!     _  ���See store  for details.  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt ��� 885-5756  r ��� - .      -,������. 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On Sunday, Sept. 18, we're  reminded once again of Terry's  dream with the Terry Fox Run  for Cancer Research. If you're  unable lo lake part in the physical part of this event, a donation  will be most welcome. I know  everyone will play his or her  part in helping make Terry's  dream come (rue.  Important meeting  On Wednesday, Sepl. 14,  Sechelt Village Residents Association will be meeting wilh  dockside davls bay  council to discuss Ihe future of  Sechelt Boulevard.  The meeting starts at 7 pm  and you are urged to come out  and give your opinion. Ray  Rempel, of the Parks and Recreation Committee will chair the  meeting.  Writers Forge  The regular monthly meeting  of the Writers Forge will be held  on Wednesday, Sepl. 14 at 7:30  pm in Rockwood Lodge dining  room. Guests are always welcome of course and refreshments will be served.  Helen Dawe lecture  Friends of the Sechell  Library will be honouring the  memory of Helen Dawe with  the second annual lecture to be  held Sunday, Sept. 18 al 2 pm in  St. Hilda's Hall.  This year's lecture will be  delivered by professor Jan de  Bruyn, retired teacher of  English Literature al UBC.  Samuel Pepys will be the subject of this year's lecture. Tickets may be obtained from  Talewind Books or at the door  for $5 each.  Ryan and mother, Maggie Marsh, take in Ihe H.R. McMillan  Planetarium/Greg Siiulham Observatory astronomy lecture at  Porpoise Bay Park. Joel Johnstone photo  Men of European  PL A YGIRL  Thursday, Sept. 22  DOORS OPEN 7PM ��� SHOW START AT 8PM  ADVANCE TICKETS $6 ��� DOOR $8  TIX AVAILABLE AT:  Elphie's Cabaret, rhe Party Stop, Budget Video  Max Music, Gramma's Pub  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Back to school, what memories those  words evoke both as a student and a parent.  Il's too long ago to remember my first day at  school as a six year old, bul snatches of other  first days are quite vivid. Starting school in  the late 30s meant handmade and/or hand-me-  down clothes, a sturdy pair of winter shoes  and boots, long cotton stockings and a warm  winter coat always made over from one of  Dad's or Grampa's. But somehow, Ihere was  no sligma attached to your wardrobe for  almost everyone was in Ihe same situation.  Mother pinned, cut and sewed for weeks  prior to the big day and we set oul, confident  that we were wearing the latest fashions.  Shoes were polished (possibly for the last  time) and your hair was kinky from wearing  rags in it all nighl, bul we were ready to take  on the world. The boys exhibited a tideline  around their necks, where Ihey had tanned all  summer and then had a short haircut for  school.  We were before the days of school buses,  except for the isolated rural areas and no  mothers chauffeured us, largely because few  mothers drove a car or even had one in Ihe  family. Scribblers, pencils, rulers and text  books were all supplied and specialty items  such as crayons, paints, drawing paper, etc.  were doled oul as the need arose but were  always turned in after class was over.  As the year went by, high school loomed  on the horizon and Ihe freebies suddenly disappeared. We were now responsible for our  own school supplies, textbooks, transportation  and whatever else we required to complete  our education. Of course the new wardrobe  was still lop priority with most girls and it  was here I began lo lake over the pinning, cut-  ling and sewing from Mom.  Nexl week I will share with you how back  lo school affected me as a parent when my  sons started their odyssey inlo that strange  new world known as school.  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Association holds ils first meeting of the new  term on Wednesday, Sepl. 14 al 7 pm at the  hall. The topic discussed will be Ihe jet skis  and all interested parlies are asked to attend.  A public information meeting involving  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek, East Porpoise Bay  and Tuwanek regarding Ihe proposed extension of the trunk sanitary sewer and the cost  of the development will beheld tonight, Sept.  12 at 7 pm al Ihe Senior Citizens Hall in  Sechell.  BRIAN AHLSTEN  0 years of award  winning experience  COASTWIDE  REALTY  885-0505  roberts creek  ARX*lAp A CRAFT, Gift Shop.  WORKSHOPS  5LPTE-M&LR. 60JE.PULE.  by Katharine Trueman  Well, the leaves are beginning  to fall, the rain is pounding on  Ihe roof and school is back in  session.  Please drive extra carefully  along the roads leading to the  Creek Elementary. Also exercise  caution when buses are loading  and unloading passengers. Thank  you.  Another sign of fall is thai the  Roberts Creek General Store has  now changed back to their fall  hours. The store is open from 8  am until 9 pm.  Lastly, a reminder that Bingo  is sponsored by the Roberts  Creek Legion every Tuesday.  Take this opportunity lo win lots  of dollars and enjoy fellowship  wilh your Creek neighbours  every Tuesday nighl 7:15 pm at  Ihe hall. Doors open 5:30 pm.  All profits are used for youth and  communily activities. Volunteers  to help organize and work Ihe  bingo are also needed. Call Jack  Eldred at 885-0174.  New Horizons Group  The Elphinstone New Horizons Group begins for Ihe fall on  Monday, Sept. 15, 1994. An  active social program for seniors  ages 50 plus, they meet at the  Community Use Room of the  Creek Elementary between 1:15  and 3:30 pm. The program  includes bridge, crib, carpet  bowling and refreshments.  Everyone is welcome. For more  information, please call Robin at  885-4375.  Library news  There were 32 new books  ready to walk off our shelves  during the month of August.  There was a good mix of non-  fiction and several different genres of fiction. In fact, there was  something for all tastes.  Consider the following for a  random pick. Oleanda, Jacaran-  da, the exotic autobiography of  Penelope Lively. Barbara Vine's  latest, No Night is Too Long and  another Cat Who book by L.J.  Braun, this one Came to Break-  . As- ��f<lt J/ireva/'tvnvuvt cv/ujta  Phone 885- 9271  MONDAY I TUESDAY     WEDNESDAY  2T  3T  3J9T#liAM  KQtHasB.  I3J6T08PM  I0J9T#H��M  20 \ireapn  Tatvl  fRJN<X  27J6iV9PM    26]  17 |9T��H*M  fWfi  -MLAfrf)  24j9T��ii*M  HA��AML-K��Y  OJAlb  " The Place to BEAD"  #112-5530 Wharf Plaza, Sechelt, B.C.  ^eJr**m,  DECORATOR SALE  BROOKS & MILLER FLOOR COVERINGS  ��� YOUR FULL DECORATING CENTER ���  5707 COWRIE ST., SECHELT ��� 885-2923  fast. We especially recommend  a fine, and very amusing novel  set in Newfoundland, 77ie Shipping News by E. Annie Proulx.  The Golden Ocean will be much  enjoyed by all the Patrick  O'Brian fans who love his 19th  century seascapes. All Ihe Jeffrey  Archer fans have been eagerly  awaiting his Twelve Red Herrings. How's that for variety?  See you in the library!  Scout registration  Beavers and Cubs are offered  each week at Camp Byng. An  exciting and challenging program for your boys between the  ages of five and 10. To register,  please arrive al Haida Lodge  (Camp Byng - 2139 Lower  Road) 6:30 pm, on September 19  for Cub registration and Tuesday, September 20 for Beaver  registration. These registration  nights are for parents only if possible. Cost to register is $40 and  you should phone our registrar  before registration nighl. Elliot  Trueman, 885-2282.  Sarah Norris  You will remember that on  September 2, Sarah was a semi-  finalist in Ihe PNE Youth Talent  Conlesl.  She competed and although  she did nol place in the lop four,  she is eager to return next year  and try again. All candidates who  do nol place are automatically  invited back to compete until  they reach Ihe age of 21, or Ihey  become a finalist.  Although disappointed, Sarah  felt Ihe whole experience was  very worthwhile.  What's nexl for Sarah? She  will he making a special guesl  appearance with country western  singer Rick Tippe and his band  on November 12 al the Creek  Hall. Tickets for Ihis country and  weslern dance will be available  shortly. Eor lurther information  please conlacl Cheryl Law 886-  7372.  Creek elementary  School has been in session  only one week and already  events are beginning lo happen.  Our new principal Anne Skelcher and her staff are busy planning  the annual Creek School Terry  Fox Run.  The course will be set up at  Ihe school on Friday, Sept. 16.  The event will begin al 11:30 and  participants will walk or run the  course. Students are encouraged  to bring a donation for cancer  research.  .-_-.-.--��� i  .-.-  ��� ���  '-r      Mii Coast News, September 12,1994 9  community  Shining through  Gibsons ambassador  Aprile Dunlop has been  chosen as the PNE's Youth  Ambassador for 1994.  Dunlop was chosen from a  field of 34 ambassadors  from around the province.  file photo  ^LJUU��  ON SALE NOW  See our instore flyer  VARIETY BSS, FOODS  Gower Pt. Rd.. 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At Welcome Beach Hall  bridge will start on Friday, Sept.  16 al 1 pm and will continue on  the first and third Fridays of  each month.  Then on Saturday, Sept. 17,  the Welcome Beach Communily  Association will be living up to  their Welcome Beach name by  hosting an open house evening  at the hall from 7 pm.  The purpose of ihis event is  lo make newcomers to Ihe area  welcome and lo let Ihem know  what activities take place at the  hall throughout the year. It is  also an opportunity for all residents of ihe Halfmoon Bay area  to get together for a visit and to  see lo il that people meel one  secheltnotes  another in a warm friendly  atmosphere.  There will be refreshments,  there is no charge and it will be  a chance to decide which activities you'd like lo be involved  with.  Registration for shuffleboard  tournaments can be made al this  time, memberships at a mere $3  will be available, a small fee  which is necessary lo finance  Ihe hall and ils functions.  Back to school  The Halfmoon Bay school  was a hive of activity lasl week  as the children went back to  school.  There are now 268 pupils  ranging from kindergarten to  grade 7, of which 25 registrations were for new children in  the area. The staff totals 30.  New on staff this year are Debbie Amaral, teacher for grades 5  and 6; Lauren Armstrong, teacher; Suzanne Bolivar, SETA;  Elaine Davies, supervisory aide;  Dawn Dickeson, SETA; Cheryl  Millican, teacher; Fern Nelson,  SETA; and Jack Pope, teacher  grade 7. The Halfmoon Bay  School has gone all out to make  new children to the area feel  welcome as well as their parents, with big "Welcome" signs  greeting folks as soon as they  come through the doors.  They have even published a  most useful and informative little booklet, "A guide to Halfmoon Bay, Center of the Universe."  It is full of information such  as emergency phone numbers  and local service groups as well ���  as the many things to dp and .  see. A nice job. l  Gone home  The Labour Day weekend  saw a mass exodus of summer  people from the beach area  which has been given the unfortunate name of Damp Bay.  The glorious summer season  came lo an end with a gathering  of residents and friends at the  Dalton's annual corn roast,  always a very pleasant affair for  which we all thank the Dalton  family for keeping up ihis tradition.  Expansion of  development permit  areas moves closer  Greater aesthetic control by  the district over Sechelt's downtown core is one step closer afler  councillors gave first reading lo a  bylaw amendment which would  include the entire downlown area  in a development permit area.  Including more land in the permit area will mean council has a  greater say in architectural and  aesthetic considerations such as  landscaping and finishing for  developments in the downtown.  The bylaw change - when passed  by council - will mean areas  behind Rockwood Lodge, and  along Teredo St., Wharf St. and  Inlet Ave. will be included in a  development permit area. Much  of Ihe rest of downlown is  already included.  Sechelt supports band  rec proposal  Mayor Earl Basse announced  Ihe district's support of a proposal put forward by the Sechell  Indian Band for a multi-use  recreational facility. Council  voted to support the proposal and  government grant application in  principle, pending a review of  Ihe actual application, on Aug.  17 at an in-camera meeting  closed to the public. Last week,  the mayor and councillors also  attended a further meeting of  local government officials at the  Sechell Indian Band's administration complex to discuss the  proposal further.  Environment protection  Council has moved one step  closer to offering some environmental protection rules for a sensitive watercourse in the Sandy  Hook area. Firsl reading has now  been given lo a bylaw which  would create a special permit  area around Davis Brook which  drains inlo Tillicum Bay. The  brook is a sensitive habitat for  fish and birds, surrounded by  unstable soil. Residents have  voiced concern that if the land is  cleared for development without  proper attention, damage lo the  watercourse could result. If the  new bylaw is passed, owners  would be requited to leave a 15-  metre setback from the edge of  the brook, minimize clearing in  the affected area, provide erosion  control and provide an engineering report addressing slope stability.  VINYL SIDING  Akjirinurn Softtis, Patio Cwers a Fsatings  Vinyl Sutideck Flooring, Wndowst Handrail Covwinp.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#108-5530 Wharf St. Sechelt  IN REAR OF NEW WHARF ST. PLAZA  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME   Jim Bain MMS72  You're Invited!  to the  Raven's Cry  OPEN HOUSE  and  General Meeting  FRIDAY, SEPT. 16  7:30-10:OOpm  Lots of fun & entertainment  for the whole family  Hwy. 101 House of Hewhiwus. Sechelt, BC  GIBSONS  10% OFF ALL  IN-STOCK <  FLOOR DISPLAY  ONE WEEK ONLY  SEPT 12-17  PLUS...DON'T PAY FOR 6 MONTHS  ...on furniture and floor coverings ...  PLUS...DON'T PAY FOR 1 YEAR  ...on major appliances, sewing and vacuums...  ASK FOR DETAILS A CONDITIONS  CATALOGUE STORE  886-2237  GREAT PACIFIC MANAGEMENT  welcomes Brian Brawley as a new member to our office.  Brian brings with him over 15 years in  sales experience and will enjoy helping you with all your financial planning needs.  ^H*    BKItWtKAWtCY        AlASDAIIIIRVINe  ^)"3>  AND WE'RE MOVING TOO!  As of September 12th. our new home will be:  5712 Teredo Street, Sechelt  (between the notary public and drycleaners)  Please stop by to meet Brian and see our new offices.  Our telephone and lax numl)Gll will it'tium lln saitv  I.  ^  &  GREAT PACIFIC MANAGEMENT CO. LTD.  5712 Teredo Street P.O. Box 2629  Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0   Phone 885-2272 Fex: 885-3190 -.  m  ���t. * :  ;  BEAD IT!!  Open 7 days a week 6  5498 Trail Ave, Sechelt  885-6460  community  Seecoast Video  ITS OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY  ON THURS, SEPT 15th  Time goes fast when  you're having fun. Thank  you for your support.  We look forward to  seeing you again.  5705 COWRIE ST ��� 885-3252  SECHELT  j n^jioatiag letriM 28\Mief en) ior Qnineqo i    ���,.. ���.-.    ��tto  'SOLID STIHL.  SOLID VALUE.  STIHL     ^^  WOOD-PRO KIT  Btllll  Valu*  PtUS��50��"  ���Jm       ******-*****��� ***AsW *A~atW   ~**maW  oMChilnSiwil  ' WAMt* |x��r*w tf *-., <~* srmi 0091 021 0?3 034 0;'S  0��. KS. 034 0��, 0�� �� 0M cum m  Otter available while supplies last.  For lull details and a free demonstration,  come see us today1  731 North Rd., Gibsons 886-2912  Div. ol Stuidl Rralilt Lid.  5542 Inlet Ave., Sechelt  (across from Post Office)  Call (604) 885-4616  EEC H  0  STIHL  *  A rare photo ofthe secretive marbled murrelet chick In ib Caren Range nest.  Keilh Thirkell pholo  Special fall tour of Caren planned  At 11 am Salurday, Sepl. 17, the Friends  of Caren will guide a tour into the ancient  forests of the Caren Range.  This one-time tour for 1994 celebrates the  Spipics (marbled murrelet) breeding season  and research in the old growth.  health brlets  Since the Caren Mainline is cross-ditched  over most of ils length, only tall trucks and  4x4's will be able to participate.  To this end, Friends of Caren hope sufficient trucks will come and help drive others,  unable lo make the trip themselves.  September i.s an excellent tour time in the  Caren, cool and bug-free.  Please bring a picnic lunch. The tour will  return by 5 pm. Everyone interested is asked  to meet at the Sunshine Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in Halfmoon Bay.  Afler Ihe birth of a child, one  in five women is affected by post  partum depression.  This depression can occur  immediately or even months  after a birth or adoption.  Symptoms which women  experience can include tearfulness, anxiety, feelings of guilt,  fatigue, sadness, isolation, inadequacy, nightmares, worthless-  ness, feeling unable to cope wilh  decreased interest in sex, loss of  appetite or uncontrollable  appetite. i  Project Parent and ihe Gibsons Public Heallh Unit are  offering a group program  Wednesdays, from 1 lo 2:30 pm  at Ihe Heallh Unit al 494 S.  Fletcher for 12 weeks.  The Post Partum Depression  Support Group begins Sept. 14.  Women are offered support  and information as well as ways  to cope.  April Struthers, Project Parent  counsellor, says that often  women are not sure of what is  happening lo Ihem.  "Women sometimes blame  themselves, or think thai something is physically wrong," she  said.  If you Ihink you may be suffering from post partum depression, you can talk to your doctor  or call Projeci Parent al 885-4687  or Joanna Rzepa at 885-5600. To  join the group phone Ihe above  numbers.  If childcare poses a problem  for participation in the group,  please call also. We can help.  King of Camp  Selema Molidegei was awarded ihe Gibsons Guys King of  Camp Award recently for exemplary behaviour, leadership  skills, and outstanding character traits. The award is worth  approximately $150 in 1995 camp fee reduction. Molidegei was  an assistant cabin leader at Nanoose Bay Camp on Vancouver  Island in July. Gibsons Guys, is a local boys youth group  sponsored by the Christian Life Assembly.   Kalhy Morrison pholo  ��  DISTRICT OF SECHELT  NOTICE OF TAX SALE  On Monday, September 26,1994 at 10:00 am. in the Council  Chamber, Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C., VON  3A0, the following properties will be offered for sale if the  delinquent taxes plus interest are not paid.  Lot       Block  D.L  Plan  CMc  4 Bof 11 303/304 7806 5773 Mermaid Streel  11 1028 15078 4363 Marble Road  9 17\18\25 1566 15141 6146 Stockwell Road  4 1t03 1603 17710  5 1to3 1603 17710 4373 Solar Road  19 2 3259 11948  B 3 3259 LMPS611 7504 Sechelt Inlet Road  12 4 3259 12245 7500 Sechelt Inlet Road  3 A 4294 6999 6231 Hwy 101  12 A 4294 7193 6237 Norwest Bay Road  go to health  by Dania Maliation  Question: Wanna help your  children do better in school this  year?  Answer: Get them to help  make their lunches. Kids who eat  a good lunch have a belter attention span and more stable  behaviour in the afternoon. This  helps Ihem to learn more. Gel  Ihem lo help to make breakfast  loo. When kids lake pari in planning and preparing food, they are  more likely lo eal, and less likely  to be little ### during (he day.  When our children help with  our food preparation, Ihis creates  a sense of accomplishment. It  also decreases the need for them  to be at odds with us or hide  things (like lunches in Ihe bottom  drawer). All in all, self-esteem is  nurtured when we respectfully  include Ihem in Ihe work.  So do we go through this  kafuffle every morning? How  B.C.Hydro is experiencing  a labour disruption.  While we're working to resolve the current labour dispute,  B.C.Hydro will maintain essential services. However,  there may be delays in repair and establishing new service.  We are sorry for any inconvenience thai this dispute  may cause and we will endeavor to minimize any disruption in service.  BG hydro  about as part of the evening  wind-down, breakfast and lunches are planned and organized.  Depending on our children's  abilities and interest, they could  do as little as packing Ihe lunch  kit, placing the bowls and spoons  on Ihe table, or measuring flour  for muffins, to making their  entire bagged lunch.  Kids are kids, so even Ihe  most independent ones need  guidance from us adults in  choosing their contents. Together, basic rules can be made that  fit each family's unique nutrition  philosophy and budget. Post Ihe  rules (hopefully something to do  wilh Canada's four food groups),  wilh iheir own food art on the  fridge. Brains operate best when  they have high qualily fuel. And  believe il or not, well fuelled  brains are less contrary and more  co-operative.  Lunches to go: In place of  sandwiches try: crisp crackers,  cheese, apple; fruit muffin,  yogurt, veggie slicks; noodle  salad; devilled eggs, crackers;  bean dip, veggies, laco chips;  whole wheat hot dog bun, sliced  meal; salsa, veggies, roll; muffin-  Wichei; hagel-wiches; silly salad;  fruit, fruit, fruit; pita pockets  wilh whatever.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  t��w yiiw am ii hnmr wWi��.  M/AnkMlCac  MallUnriniimdFomnHnf  ���ndow Him and Yam Matammce  ���qubrHoaieaitdiarUTC4nScfTte  CALLSHARON 885-2228  //yMwbaiHm-Utodi  AUT/f      iKiMlUfeMt  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BnncheeCnwtTnrinMt  ���   ���  t  |   > -* on the arts beat  leisure  Coast News, September 12,1994        1.1  Raku  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is bringing Walter Dexter to the Coast on Sept. 24 lo  instruct a workshop in the raku  method of firing pottery. Dexter  has exhibited both his stoneware  and his raku pottery throughout  Europe and North America.  He is recognized as one of  Canada's leading craft persons,  having been awarded the Saidye  Bronfman Award for Excellence in Ihe Crafts in 1992. Currently he works in his own studio in Metchosin just outside of  Victoria.  Raku pottery is typically  fired quickly. Glazed pots are  placed in an already red-hot kiln  and left until the glazes become  molten.  The pols are then removed  with longs and thrust inlo dry  combustibles such as straw or  shredded paper and covered to  reduce the amount of oxygen  available to the glaze chemicals.  Beauliful lustres and crackle  glazes can be developed in this  way.  There are many variations on  Ihe basic raku techniques. Walter Dexter will be demonstrating  a decorative method called  Terry Sigilata.  The workshop will be held at  well-known local potter Ron  Patterson's studio. For more  information phone the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre at 885-5412  or Elaine Futterman at 885-  2395.  Film series  One of Ihe most interesting  and entertaining programs of  film to come along in years will  premiere al the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre this season. The  season starts on Sept. 28 with  The Wonderful, Horrible Life of  Leni Riefenstahl, a  German/Great Britain production directed by Ray Muller.  Continuing on Oct. 12 are three  films: Me, Mom and Mona, a  British Columbian film directed  by Mina Shum; The General, an  American 1926 silent film  directed by Buster Keaton; and  Sherlock Junior, a 1924 silent  ' film also directed by Busier  Keaton.  On Oct. 26 we will show Ihe  1953 Japanese film directed by  Kenji Mizoguchi, Ugeisu  Momogatari. On Nov. 9 we  have Iwo films, one a 1993  British Columbian produclion  Breaking Up in Three Minutes,  and a Dutch film directed by  Paul Verhoeven called The  Fourth Man.  Nov. 23 brings Rules for  Romance, a British Columbian  film directed by Kalhy Garneau;  plus a 1940 Howard Hawks  movie, His Girl Friday.  The lasl movie of Ihe season  is the Japanese 1991 Tokyo  Decadence directed by Ryu  Muarakami.  These films appear through  the courtesy of Pacific Cine-  maleque travelling series and  begin at 8 pm on alternate  Wednesday evenings. This year  the door price is $7.50/film with  a pass selling for $36 - a savings  of $9. The passes are on sale  now at the Arts Centre. For  more information call 885-5412  or drop by the centre and pick  up a program.  Watercolours  The Arts Centre is pleased to  offer a watercolour course  designed and taught by well  known local artist, Jan Poynter.  This course is primarily technique and watercolour exercises, colour mixing and theory.  Poynter is a graduate of Vancouver Art School and shows  regularly at the Arts Centre,  Bernadette's Gallery in Gibsons  and at Whistler Village.  The course runs for six sessions, beginning on Wednesday,  Sept. 28 from 10 am lol pm.  Plan to spend Salurday afternoons with Gloria Masse, Ihe  talented well known artist.  Masse is a graduate of UBC and  she shows her works at the  Diane Farris Gallery in Vancouver and al Ihe Arts Centre in  Sechelt.  You can also view her beau-  REGISTERNOW  FOR FALL ADULT  CLASSES AND KIDS'  AFTER-SCHOOL CLASSES  v:  SUNSHINE COAST  GOMPUIHt  COjjjGjyNC  *y&miM!________i  Walter Dexter  liful watercolours in Whistler  Village. Masse is offering a  class in watercolours beginning  on Oct. 8 and running for eight  sessions.  This class is an exploration  of approaches to painting over  the ages. Each student will produce a body of work on a sub  ject of their own choice. The  class is for studenls at all levels  from beginners on, and if you  have any questions, call the Arts  Centre and we will put you in  touch with Gloria Masse.  For information and registration call Ihe Arts Centre al 885-  5412.  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THIS WEEKEND  ��� SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18  FOR COMPLETE EVENT INFORMATION  Over $2500  in prizes  Support Childrens Hospital by j  pledging "25 shots heard  around the province"  Five celebrities will  attempt to sink  5 baskets each  ���  Your pledge is for  any successful shot!  ���  For more information &  registration  call 885-8825 or  1-800-884-4883  Basketball Tournament  FRONTRUNNERS  Gibsons Park Plaza  Parking Lot  Proceeds to *$$*/  Children's Hospital  Registration Deadline  Sept. 16  ���  Pick up your  registration form at:  Fiontrunneis, Coast News Offices,  Trial Bay Sports  Produced by Impact Promotions  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system service  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  High Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire, Sunshine Co**t ,  SI lis lin    .|/  Hie  '/i\\s  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  In Pender Harbour call Ken Cole 883-9134  upeoHinQ ft/em  Wednesday, September 21st  GARNET ROGERS  In Concert  Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechelt ��� 8:00 pm  Info: 885-4597 or 885-2294  Friday, September 30 - Sunday, October 2  Rockwood Centre, Sechelt  STORYTELLING FESTIVAL  A Patchwork Quilt of Tales  Watch the Coast News &  Coast News Weekender for details  on all these upcoming events & ticket info.  ���  To advertise in this  "UPCOMtNQ BWhK"  Call our Sechelt office at 885-3930  or our Gibsons office at 886-2622  CLIP  I SAVE  Btgtrict of ��>n\)t\t  P.O. Bat 129,5645 Inlet Avenue. SecheH, B.C. VON 3A0 Tlephorw (804) 886-1966 ^_______  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCIL  September 1994  Wednetday, September 19th, 1994 at  7:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber,  Municipal Hall, S545 Inlet Avenue.  CommlttM Meeting Dates  September 1994  Finance Committee  Wednesday, September 14th at 2:00 pm  Planning Committee  Tuesday, September 27 at 1:30 pm, to be  followed by the Environment Committee  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, September 28 at 2:30 pm, to  be followed by the Economic Development  Committee.  NOTICE OF OFFICE CLOSURE  A Customer Service Training Program will  be held for Municipal staff on Tuesday,  September 20th and Wednesday,  September 21st, 1994. The Annex  Building of Municipal Hall located at 5691  Mermaid Street will be closed on those  dates but a skeleton staff will be available  at the Main Municipal Hall Building (S54S  Inlet Avenue) to assist the public in all  matters.  We anticipate that the training program  will help us in providing better service to  our residents - thank you for your  cooperation and patience.  GRANDPARENTS DAY  September 11,1994  The District of Sechelt has recognized  Sunday, September 11, 1994 as  "GRANDPARENTS DAT. For further  information on events for that day, please  call Nancy Baker of the Community  Services Association at 885-5881.  ^rJ  PUBLIC INFORMATION  MEETING  DAVIS BAY/ WILSON  CREEK  EAST PORPOISE BAY ���  TUWANEK  PROPOSED EXTENSION OF  THE TRUNK SANITARY  SEWER AND THE  DEVELOPMENT COST  CHARGES FOR THE SAME  to be held at the Senior Citizens' Hall,  5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt, Monday,  September 12,1994 at 7:00 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST ICE ARENA  5982 Shoal Way, SechsN  The Sunshine Coast Ice Arena it reopening for the 1994/95 winter season on  September 16th, 1994.  The Hist Public Skate session wM be on  Sunday, September 18th, 1994 between  3:30 pm and 5:30 pm and as noted on  the schedule after that date.  PUBLIC SKATE RATES ARE:  Admission Adults-$3.00  Teens - $2.75  Child-$2.00  Parents & Preschoolers - $2.00/$1.00  Rentals:    Adults - $2.50 (sizes 7 & up)  Child-$1.50 (sizes below 1)  The Sunshine Coast Arena also ha*  Arena board space rentals available for  advertisements.  Arena Lounge Hours: 7pm -12:30 am,  Thursday to Sunday.  Please call 885-2955 for further  information.  MONDAY  6:00 m-6:00 m  11.0) nn-120) noon  1240 rem- 130 pm  3:30 pm-6:30 pn  6.45pm -9:45 pm  10:00 pm- 11.30 pm  HtlcrHrtHf  ��� PlMOWWI  Drop-In Hod* bugiCM)  npnMl  mallaaw,  6:00m-8.00m  1100 im.12.00 noon  12.00 noon- 1:30 pm  3:30 pm-7:45 pm  8O)pm-10tt>pm  10:15 pm-11:4Spffl  TUESDAY  MnorHodar  PlfWH a PTMChOdW  Dmp-mHockiytiuigiCkM*  Ftgnaukg  MnorHMM).  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In I 12        Coast News, September 12,1994  District News  What's changed  in  School District H6?  Community groups/individuals wishing to use school  district facilities must now contact the school directly  to book time(s) and date(s).  Career Education has a new telephone number, 885-  3094, the fax number is 885-3093.  Continuing Education and the District Resource Centre  have relocated to the school board office at:  494 South Fletcher, Gibsons  telephone: 8863811 or 885-7871, fax: 8864652.  The hours of operation are:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Thursday: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Friday: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  School board meetings are still held the second and  fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m., however,  the locations will vary. Community members are  invited to attend.  Locations this month:  Sept 13 - Chatelech Sec. School (Multipurpose Room).  Sept 27 - Halfmoon Bay Elem. School  leisure  Garnet Rogers stages return to Coast  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622  by Ian Cobb  Garnet Rogers proved to a  packed Roberts Creek Hall last  September that he's stepped  beyond the shadow of his  famous brother, Stan.  Prior to Stan Rogers' death,  younger brother Garnet was Ihe  long-haired guy in the background or standing beside Stan.  Recently, however, Garnet  has come on strong Ihe pasl  couple of years and wilh the  soon-to-be released live album  Summer Liahtning, which he's  REGISTRATION  FOR  GIBSONS  CUBS  SCOUTS  VENTURERS  TUES SEPT 13 ��� 7-8pm  KIN HUT* DOUGAL PARK  Catch the K  Scouting/^  9pifMt... shots mmm  ^  ICBC-AUTOPLAN-MOTOR VEHICLE  Efficient friendly service by  Trained I.C.B.C. & Motor Vehicle Staff  ICBC Vehicle Transfer Registration & Insurance  Special. Coverages Drivers Licenses  Temporary Permits Learners Drivers Licenses  Violation Disputes Violation Payments  PHOTO COPIES  Monday to Friday 9:00 - 4:30 Saturday 9:00 -12:30  Ample parking across from the post office in lower Gibsons  TOWN OF GIBSONS APPOINTED MOTOR LICENSE OFFICE  718 WINN RD.   PHONE: 886-3379  FAX: 886-0220  ���. - '  ������:'���':���  ���   >.-':���  NOTICE OF  TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES  1. DOUGAL ROAD between TRUEMAN ROAD and HEADLANDS ROAD.  2. BAY ROAD between DOUGAL ROAD and SKYLINE DRIVE.  These areas will be experiencing temporary closures for the week of  SEPTEMBER 12th - SEPTEMBER 16th. The closures are due to the  replacement of two large culverts.  Traffic is requested to detour to the adjacent streets.  The Town of Gibsons apologizes for any inconvenience.  Wilbert Fair  PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF TAX SALE  Public Notice is hereby given that on September 26th, 1994 at 10:00 am. in the  Council Chamber of the Municipal Hall at 474 South Fletcher Road, the Collector  will conduct the annual tax sale.  The following parcels will be offered for sale by public auction if the delinquent  taxes and interest are not sooner paid:  FOLIO NO.  LEGAL DESCRIPTION  STREET ADDRESS  365.000  Lot 9, Block 29, Ran 4856, D.L 685  336 Headlands Road  677.500  Lot G, Block C, Plan 6125, D.L 686  843.000  Lot 3, Block 6, Plan 4028, Suburban  BlockK&L, D.L686  585 Killarney Lane  855.000  Block 7 of K & L Plan 4028, D.L 686  895.000  Lot 18 of 1, Block 7, Plan 7392,  D.L688  744 Highway 101  927.000  Lot 52 of 1, Block 7, Plan 7392,  D.L688  768 Hillcrest Road  Prospective purchasers are hereby advised that any purchase of tax sale  property will be subject to a one year redemption period by the registered owner.  Ian C. Poole, CA  TREASURER/COLLECTOR  promoting with a six month  North American tour, it won't  be too long before audiences,  especially those of the folk ilk,  will be higher than kites about  Ihe talented guitarist, fiddler,  singer and songwriter.  Garnet is as salty and as  earthy as Stan. The show put on  last year by the Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society (AGPS), their  first ever, was a powerful  evening of tunesmithing.  In the past year he's continued to tour extensively, taking  lime off in the summer to "get  in shape" at his farm in Southern Ontario.  In a phone interview from his  hotel room in Calgary, Rogers  lold the Coast News he's looking forward to returning to Ihe  Coasl. "I had a really great time  hist year," he said.  Rogers returns to Ihe Coasl  for ihe second time in his career  and the second lime in a year  Sepl. 21.  Jeanette Moen of the AGFS  was one of the people responsible for bringing Rogers to the  Coast last year and is solely  responsible, via the auspices of  her fledgling promotion company Sweet Roots Productions, for  bringing him back for an 8 pm  show at Raven's Cry Theatre in  Sechelt.  "I know it's going to be a little different," Rogers said of the  upcoming show. "It won't be as  funky as playing in the little  community centre, but it will be  fun."  Rogers packed up his Volvo  station wagon a little over a  week ago to begin his six-month  tour.  He started off in LaCrosse,  Wisconsin and has since sliced  across the U.S. and Canadian  plains to Calgary.  From there he's heading up  to Edmonton, over to Smilhers  and Prince George and then  down to Vancouver, Victoria  and then the Coasl, before heading back east.  Garnet Rogers will be playing the Raven's Cry Theatre Sept. 21.  file photo  All the travel he does is in his  Volvo, he said.  "I've been cramming as  much stuff as I can in my Volvo  wagon. Unfortunately, I like  driving," he said, attempting to  explain the mind-boggling  mileage count he'll be piling on  top of Ihe already mind-boggling count he's compiled  through his career.  "That's pretty much where I  gel all my wriling done," he said  of Ihe long drives and louring.  Rogers said his Raven's Cry  show will "probably be solo,"  but there is a possibility violinist/guitarist Doug Long will join  him on stage.  n \\     Congratulations to  SUE TOWERS  GRAND PRIZE WINNER OF A  FRAMED SERIGRAPH BY GRETA GUZEK  "Whales in the Bay II"  Show Piece Gallery  2HO Cc-wt, Port Road Gdbaon ��Undrq  (604)886-9213  Owl 7 <byt a wtk  Strung tht Sunthint Cootl J9M - I'm  Wt would like to thank all our customer* tor their  Dyutj"  B=r Brenda's Cuts'n'Curls -^  886-4805  UNISEX  Cuts ��� Perms Apothecary  Colors ��� Streaks Keri-Silk ��� Sunglitz  Shampoo Sets Ultriance  Evenings by appointment ��� Open Mon-Fri 9-5  j located behind Andy's Reataurant ���  feh  ANNUAL  GENERAL MEETING  ofthe  SUNSHINE COAST  KIWANIS VILLAGE  CARE HOME SOCIETY  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1994  7:30pm  LOCATION: KIWANIS CARE HOME  841 Kiwanis Way  Gibsons, BC  (All membership fees payable thirty (30) days prior to ______  While some old Garnet and  Stan Rogers standards should  make the playlist, folk fans can  look forward lo hearing a few  cuts off Summer Lighting, a live  album of new material.  "Instead of jusl re-recording  my old repertoire, I recorded  new songs on the line-up. Il was  sort of like killing Iwo birds  with one stone."  Tickets for the Sept. 21 show  can be purchased al Ihe Raven's  Cry Thealre, Coast Books,  Roberts Creek Store and if  you're interested in reservations,  call 885-2294.  Tickets are $17 each and the  doors open at 7:30 pm.  !������'.' nt:     2I1 '" msal sd I  Pender  music  society  humming  along  The Pender Harbour Music  Society is looking good! Completion of the addition and renovations is near and the first concert  is planned for Sept.25.  Final decisions are being made  for drapes, interior decorating,  chairs, light fixtures and decorating the grand washrooms. Surprisingly, buying 100 chairs  became a major item and a consensus on ihe design was very difficult. A grant from the Vancouver Foundation was gratefully  accepted to pay for a portion of  the chairs.  The Music Society would like  lo acknowledge the group.  The Vancouver Foundation is  celebrating ils SOth Anniversary  in 1993-94 as a non-governmental, community, philanthropic  organization.  ll holds as a perpetual endowment, the capital gifts, bequests,  and assignments of more than 530  funds under its administration.  Grants are made from income on  return on these Fund's investments.  The Pender Harbour Music  Society gram was given tluough  Ihe Arts and Culture Advisory  Committee of the Vancouver  Foundation. The purpose of this  committee is to support arts and  culture in BC and to encourage  Iheir lively and sustained presence and creative growth in our  communities in a manner thai is  responsible and responsive to our  cultural diversity.  Along wilh Ihe Vancouver  Foundation, Ihe Music Sociely  would like to acknowledge financial support of many individuals  in ihe local communily, the Sunshine Coasl Regional District  from which it leases Ihe building.  New Horizons, the Sunshine  Coast Communily Futures, and  BC 21 Community Grants division.  _____ sports  Winter-time crunch hits ice rink  by Ian Cobb  Registrations for the Sunshine Coast  Minor Hockey and Figure Skating Associations are signalling of the need for a second  sheet of ice on the Coast.  Minor Hockey, with 319 kids aged five to  17-years-old signed to play, is full lo the  brim and any kids that haven't signed up by  now will likely be put on a waiting list, said  Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey president  Walter Tripp.  At press time, 210 Coast kids have  enrolled in figure skating at the Sechell  Arena and association president Eleanor  Weston and registrar Debrah Dubois were  scrambling lo find an extra half hour of ice  to accommodate the expected 250 kids seeking lo skate this winter.  While ice lime is a rare commodity, kids  won't be turned away, Dubois said.  At this point minor hockey "is looking  pretty good," Tripp said. He said Sechelt  has adjusted Ihe ice limes so Ihey fil the  kid's schedules.  However, he noted lhal "in the crunch,  figure skating lost a bit of lime."  Both groups, scraping along at capacity,  are worried that they'll be faced with having  to place kids on waiting lists if a second  sheel of ice isn't established on the Coast.  "Next year, wilhoul a second sheel of ice,  we'll have lo drop a learn of older kids,"  Tripp said.  "We can't guarantee Ihey can skate next  year," Dubois said of some young Coasl  skaters.  Hunae-chin Eagles land top flight coach  It's an old team with a new name  sporting an old coach.  The Hunae-chin Eagles soccer club,  formed from the old Renegades soccer  club, will be spending the 1994/95 soccer season as a team without a league.  However, the one-year layoff from  league play won't be idle as the Eagles  have landed a wily fox of a coach from  the BC soccer wars in Bill Hartle.  Hartle, a former Vancouver and  Victoria premier league coach as well  as coach of the Sechelt Chiefs, returned  to the Coast to retire, but the lure of  soccer, especially that played out of the  Sechelt Nation, has got him back on  the sidelines. And his presence is welcome, said Sechell Indian Band (SIB)  Chief and band soccer proponent Gary  Feschuk.  "He's changed the style of the team.  It's more of a passing team now," he  said.  The Eagles displayed a classic four-  man passing attack during a Labour  Day long weekend soccer tournament  at Ted Dixon Memorial Park but ended  up in fourth place behind Powell River,  Deep Cove Royals and tourney winners Musqueam Blues.  The Blues and the Royals closed out  two halves of soccer and an overtime  session tied 1-1 and the Blues managed  to out-duel the Lower Mainland Royals  in a shoot out to win the 12-leam tourney.  Along with the Eagles there were  two other SIB teams and a squad from  Gibsons in the September 3-5 tourney.  Feschuk said the Eagles were too late  in getting together to enter a league for  this season "so we're looking at next  year."  The team is also being eyed as a  tune-up squad for younger players  from the band, he said.  "If will be a system for our younger  players to aim for," he said, adding  Hartle will also be able lo teach some  of the older players some of the finer  arts of teaching to expand the coaching  base on the Coast.  "He's (Hartle) teaching them all he  knows so they can teach the younger  kids."  Gibsons  went up  against the  Sechelt  Braves  Saturday in  the annual  Clarence Joe  Memorial  Soccer  Tournament  over the long  weekend.  Joel Johnstone  photo  dart points  On Friday evening Sept. 2, Gibsons Mayor  Eric Small and Mrs. Peggy Small officially  opened the second Sunshine Coasl Open  Darts Tournament.  A record of 99 entries was recorded for the  three-day, six-event tourney. Perfect 180s  were scored by Rick Gibb and Mark Dove,  both of Gibsons.  A high score of 174 (two triple 20s and  one triple 18) goes to Brian Louie of Sechelt.  Ernie Thomson recorded a score of 160, followed by a number of 140s on the men's side  which are shared by: Greg Dixon, Bill Perlstrom (2x); Rick Gibb (2x); Mark Dove (7x);  Joe Bowman (6x); Tim Wealherby (2x); Jerry  Wilson (2x); Rob Hitchcock, Howard Jona-  son and Alan Louie.  The overall high ladies score of 140 is  shared by Betty Endersby (2x), Cindy  August, Ann Gibb and Elaine Augusi. Other  high ladies scores were Betty Endersby with  135, Helen Skill 134, and Bernice Hanchar,  138.  Second Sunshine Coast  Open Darts Tournament results:  Sept. 2: Blind Draw Doubles: First, Mark  Dove and Rob Hitchcock; second, Bill Perlstrom and Ralph Harding.  Coast News, September 12, 1994  'attention "  ALL PRESCHOOLERS  (Boys & Girls)  SIGN UP NOW  FOR  BALLET CLASSES  13  DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF  ��� Lion King  ��� Little Mermaids  ��� Jungle Book  ��� And more!  Dominique's  School of Dance      ff  886-2346 If  v   1121 Port Mellon Hwy, 1km from ferry terminal  The Coast News  Our 49th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast  Qtssfa^fovtUsX  MARINA  TOTAL SHOWING  7DAYSAWEEK  All Chevron Products  88fr2253  883-9551  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  To advertise in  this (factory, call  885-3930  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 Mle North of Garden Bay M.  HWY. 101 ��� 883-95*1  Sikrer  S anils  IVodfT lUibow. B c 88126  UVt BATT ��� TACKLE StOF  convenience yroM  Sept. 3: Ladies Doubles: First, Ethel Harding and Fiona Gibb; second, Bernice Hanchar  and Ann Gibb.  Open Singles: First, Tim Wealherby; second, Mark Dove.  Ladies Singles: First, Betty Endersby; second, Gaye Agnew.  Open Doubles (sponsored by Skookum  Chrysler): First, Rick Gibb and Mark Dove;  second, Rob Hitchcock and Greg Dixon.  Sept. 4: Mixed Triples: First, Betty Endersby, Gaye Agnew and Rob Hitchcock; second, Bernice Hanchar, Freida Scott and Emie  Thomson.  MOBILE HOMES    To List in this Directory  New & Used  Instant Housing  883-9338 OR 58(M321\  Call Collect  nROOFMQ  Itifti  TV *Gmd. Shakes. Shlngln,  McM Itoofc, Toreh On, Durokb  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay .883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Smdbbsdng  Aluminum' Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Gearing  Septic Systems  885-9222  phone 8856930  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  MICHAEL C CROWE  n*_t____._- * jfadfefew  NoMiylhSk  /���tmeltr llarttnir l/-al StrtAcn  12874 MaJrin Pak Rd..  Motrin Paik  883-9875  ponder goll  by Wendy Haddock  Mystery event comes back to  haunt me one more time and my  apologies lo Ihe winners for the  error. The winners of the event  were: Helen Garnetl, Rulh Norman and Joan Willcock.  Men's Day, September 5.  Fifty one golfers played  straight golf with low net prizes  and Ihe winners were: 1st low  net: Eldy Gandy, 2nd low net:  Roy LaFave, 3rd low net: John  McDonald, Larry Honeybourne,  4th low nel: Roy Erickson, Lew  Lewington, Harold Lennox, 5th  low nel: Eric Antilla, 6th low  net: Pete Waycotl, George Langham. KP #3: Bruce Hamilton,  KP #6: Lyle Norlander.  Monday Twilight  Twenty four golfers played  alternate shot and the winners  were: 1st low gross: Pete Way-  cott, Lois Haddon. 1st low net:  lain Ross, Viivi Alexander, 2nd  low net: Tom Held, Moyra Lam-  ont, 3rd low net: Dutch Haddon,  Marg Gandy, 4th low net: Murrell Smith, Ev Tapio, 5th low  nel: Toni Petula, Cathy McQuitty, 6th low net: Ed McAllister,  Marj Harbord. KP #3: Marg  Gandy, KP #6: Eldy Gandy.  Wooden Trophies: Mike  Thompson, Helen Crabb.  SUSSEX  REALTY  iviiLiWiiusvinicADteT iNaAii.it of HOAtcs a rmonarn  Home or  Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  If you're not using it...  why not sell it in the  Coast News Classifieds?  GIBSONS CURLING CLUB  1994/95 CURLING REGISTRATION FORM  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 886-2184  BRING THIS FORM TO GIBSONS CURLING CLUB, HWY 101, IN GIBSONS AT 7 JO PM ON:  REGISTRATION NIGHTS      TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20th       MIXED LEAGUES  WEDNESDAY     SEPTEMBER 21st        LADIES LEAGUE  THURSDAY       SEPTEMBER 22nd      MEN'S LEAGUES  NAME:  ADDRESS:  PHONE: _  CURLED BEFORE? ��� YES   ��� NO  LEAGUE PREFERRED  EVENINGS          ��� MON. LADIES   ��� TUES. MEN'S ��� WED.MDCED  ��� THURS. MEN'S & COMMERCIAL ��� FRI.-SUN. MIXED  DAYTIME  I) SENIORS ��� LADIES ��� JUNIORS  LEAGUE:  SKIP  THIRD  SECOND  LEAD  PHONE NUMBERS 14  Loast News, September 11, I yy4  JLI  MURDER  MYSTERY  v.  Sat  Sept 24th  6:30 pm  SUNDOWNER INN  8c RESTAURANT  $39 per person  Includes horsd'ouevres,  entree, dessert ti beverage.  Door Priies\limited Sealing  MUST BE 19 OR OLDER  Out-of-town Packages Available  For reservations call 883-9676  ephemera/news  remember when  I  MAVERICK COACH LINES  Daily Service to Vancouver  Leaving  Powell River  Madeira Park  Sechelt  8:15am & 4:30pm  10:45am & 6:45pm  11:35am & 7:30pm  I  I  I  I  I  I  I^T_   __   __   _   __   __      CUP & SAVE I  Upper Gibsons    11:55am & 7:55pm  Sponsored by:  .      _. COAST NEWS  IWEERENDERI  5 YEARS AGO  A bylaw change to "gel rid of  the R3 zoning" and prevent further sub division of ihe Garden  Bay Lake area was requested last  week by Area A Director Gordon Wilson.  The ratification vote by Ihe 10  nurses at Kiwanis Village Care  Home in Gibsons was in favour  of the proposed first contract  which would raise the nurses  wages lo industry standards  retroactive to April 1,1989.  10 YEARS AGO  Sechell council has decided  bolh lo opt oul of the regional  planning function and to proceed  with investigating possibilities  for a downtown revitalization  program.  Incumbent MP Ray Skelly of  the NDP held his seat in last  week's election in Comox/Pow-  ell River, but saw his margin of  victory sliced thin by a hard-  charging campaign on behalf of  Mike Hicks of the Progressive  Conservatives.  The Gibsons Marina should  be "substantially completed" by  the end of September, marina  developer Art McGinnis told the  Coast News last week.  Gibsons has been selected as  Ihe site of the firsl BC Tel Service Mart as part of a field trial  extending phone mart type services to smaller communities.  15 YEARS AGO  Representatives from BC  Hydro, the Environment and  Land Use Committee and the  Chcekeye-Dunsmuir Coalition  met in Sechelt to discuss possible routes and substation locations.  No firm decision was  reached.  Local teachers Dave Richardson and Dave Smethurst sailed  the Obelix to first place finish in  the Canadian National Catalina  Regatta in Victoria.  25 YEARS AGO  A horse owned by Steve Lit-  tlejohn was killed in traffic near  Pratt Road after escaping from  its quarters.  Former principal W.S. Poller  will return to Gibsons to make  the speech al the graduation ceremonies al Elphinstone Secondary School.  35 YEARS AGO  Rural mail delivery is guaranleed for the west end of Sechelt.  45 YEARS AGO  Initial steps have been taken  in the construction of the Norwest Bay section of the Sechell  highway.  Rumours that a Japanese balloon bomb had exploded in the  Wildwood area were dispelled  by police who found that someone had set off a stick of dynamite.  SPCA news  Scooby, a one and one half-year-old, as-yet-unneutered  samoyed/blue healer cross conies with his own doghouse  provided by an owner who couldn't keep him. To meet him  or other animals at the SPCA, call 886-CARE.  BC FERRIES  886-2242  /ANCOUVER ��� SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  CLIP & SAVE    *  Schedule  Laava Langdale  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  1235pmM  8:20M  Laave Horseshoe Bay  I COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  Laava Earls Cove  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  a ���   ��� -  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  Leave Sallary Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  Regional director Jim Gurney  pushes for Area E burning site  SUSSEX  REALTY  by Ian Cobb  Regional board director Jim  Gurney is not a NIMBY man.  Opting to avoid the Not-ln-  My-Back-Yard syndrome, Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) Area E Director Jim  Gurney is pushing to establish a  land clearing waste disposal site  to be located between Keith,  Cemetery and Gilmour roads.  Gurney and other directors of  the  SCRD  introduced  and  passed the first two readings of  ��MULTiPUU��TMat��iU>mMMifaoFMMM5��pm>MRn9 "    SCRD Zoning Amendment  St^m^MAI^arajOm��JW��g77MHoura #    Bylaw 310.44, Sept. 8, designed  HIM IMUNGSl How Sound: Oct 10,1994 and May 2,1995 Lww Horwhoe Bay 11 flO pm, Leave Langdale 10:10pm. .mUnl*Oct 7,8,  9, iq Dec 23.24,2fc, 27,2B, 1994, Ape. 14,15,16,17, May 19,20,21,22,1995 leave Earfi Cow 2:30pm, leave Saltery 8avlJ0a           UH!  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TOP SELLING OFFICE  N   (IIHSONS  (MuLVPLEUsmo Leader ��S4i��S of Homes A ftjorem^  Oifota| event! nut be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profii events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  Notice Board  DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  Ing locations: Gibsons United Church Has  (Mon., Tues., Wed. Fri); Sechelt St.  Hilda's Church Hil (Tues); Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs). Into:  Community Services. 885.5801.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  S.C. Sreeetleodlng Support Oroup  motion' meeting. 10 am. moms 4 bodies  welcome Pregnant? Please cornel Any  questions or concerns can be discussed  Topic: Mttntams ol Breastfeed��� lo  Uotrtt, t Bastty Inlo: Uurie. 886 7900 or  Roxanne. 8M 3230  S.C. Greens wiH host B.C. Green Pirty  leader Stuart Parker el a potluck dinner  meeting al 8148 Redroolls Rd Everyone  . Dinner to begin al 5:30 pm,  golore ��� please come support our  fundraiser.  Hallmoon Bsy People Party: open  house at the Welcome Bead) Community  Assn. Ha*. 8394 Redroolls Rd., 7 pm.  Everyone Irom Hallmoon Bay area  welcome Come meet members and non-  members, cat* up on summer news and  coming events at the hall. Register lor  shuffleboard Refreshments served -  admission free  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER II  nen  Ink 'SaA^ST'"*' " "^^"^ ^ "       W* ����� H�� ****** ***** ""'Y  pm. mm. obs-mn h,^, q,^ itau,t 2 ������, g, my,.,  al  Women* Club meeling Qibsons BPW  meet once a monlh lo discuss women's  Issues, hear speakers and socialize ll  supports Transition House Ihrough  donations and offers bursaries lo mature  woman returning to school to further their  education. Into: June. 886 9815, Pauline,  8*87826  Bt Mery'e Hoeprtal Auxiliary. Helknoon  Bay Branch - dm meeting of fell season.  10 am. Welcome Beach Hell. Redrooffs  Rd Guesl speaker Wendy Hunt,  regarding new outline ol heallh services  al the hospilal Pleese have your  questions reedy lor Wendy  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER t)  Besvers, Cube, Scouts. Venturera:  registration lor Qibsons. 7 9 pm, Kin Hut,  Dougal Park  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14  Weet Hewe Sound Electora  Aaaecletlon regular monthly meeting.  7 30 pm. Langdale School portable  Speaker Maurice Egan. on the Hillside  Industrial Park ��� bring your questions  Arthritis Sell-Menegement Information  display. Trail Bay Mall. 10 am-4 pm.  Planning lor the Waterfront and the  Boulevard. 7 pm. Sechelt Municipel Hall.  Inlet Ave Co sponsored by the  Municipelity and Sechell village  Residents Assn Into Barbara Whistler.  885 5076 or Pal Chamberlin. 885.213*  S.C. White Cane Club monthly meeting,  Davis Bay Community Hall Into: 686-  2703  THURSDAY-SATURDAY, SEPT. 15-17  New Ufa Christian Fellowship. Whart  SI, Sechelt: Or. Rev Chris Tunda Joda.  medical doctor and pastor from Nigeria  wM speak, 7 pm  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER II  Olbaona Oerden Club meeting, 7:30  pm. Sl Ban's Church Speaker: B  Sanderson on cuttings.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17  S.C. Home Support Society 4lh Bingo  Night. Sechelt Indian Band Hall Doors  open al 4:30 - 11,000 jackpot Prlies  Church Han. Prol. J. de Bruyn will talk on  Samuel Pepys Tickets 15 at Talewind  Books, at the door or 685 5518  Irvine's Landing Day - last bash ol  summer, I ami pm, featuring pancake  breakfast, boat building, boat racing,  chowder cook-off, submarine rides, Hoat  plane tours, children's events, live  entertainment, concession stand, salmon  BBO, fireworks Free hourly water taxi  service between gov't dock in Madelre  Park and Irvine's Landing First shuttle  leaves Madeira Park et 8 am, last shuttle  leaves Irvine's Landing al 10 pm. All  proceeds lo Pender Harbour A District  Community Heallh Centre Equipment  Fund and St Marys Hospital Equipment  Fund  S.C. Peece Oroup farewell potluck  supper 5 pm. Robens Creek Info 885-  5007 or 886 9151  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER tt  Cenedlan Csneer Society, S C Unit  regular monthly meeting. 1 pm, SCRD  boardroom, Royal Terraces. Sechelt.  Public Welcome Info: 886 6765  *na-7  Daycare Davis Bay  WEDNEIOAY, SEPTEMBER 21  Adolescent Survivor Oroup lor girls  aged 13 to t9 yeats who have been  sexually abused as children/sexually  ssr-aulted as teens 3 30 5 30 pm. For  info I registration: leave messsge for  Carol or Trysh at 885-5881  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22  Rockwood Cenlre StoryTelling  Feetlvsl 3rd Annual Celebrity Dessert  Auction. 7 30 pm Come see the local  celebs get Iheir |ust desserts Tickets 4  Inlo 885-2522  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23  B.C. Arts Cenlre writer Rona Murray  reeds from her recenl travel memoirs.  Journey Back lo Peshawar Admission  free, courtesy of Canada Council  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24  S.C. Equeetrlan Club junior gymkhana  end kin day. starts io am, Gibsons Rmg  (behind the pool) Into Jodi. 8863059  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25  Pender Harbour Music Centre: Pianist  Lara Valmestad. Annual Qeneral  Meeting, 1:30 pm; Admission II; children  under 12 free.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  Breekaway Drug A Alcohol Abuse  Society annual general meeting, 7:30  pm, 807 Kiwanis Way, Qibsons (rear  entrance).  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30  Multiple Sclerosis Support Oroup  meels, 10 am. Coast-Garibaldi Health  Unit, Sechelt. All welcome.  SATURDAY A SUNDAY, OCT. 112  B.C. Equestrian dub English I Western  "" las start api  rnfofjodl. 8864059  Community  Sexually Transmitted  Cllnle:  (H.I.V. Inlormation, counselling and testing) Phone for appointment in Gibsons  886-5600, Sechelt 685-5164.  Single a Pregnent? Call tha Health Unit  -886-5600  Prenelel Hoepltel Tour: phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  ���or tour, 815-2224. Prenatal only.  Parent a Baby Drop-In gives parents an  "I lo meet other parents and  Fall Show. All activities slan approx. to  am, at the Qlbaona Ring, behind the pool.  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2  Pender Herbour a Dlatrlct Heelth  Centre Society Annual Qeneral Meeting,  2 pm, Legion Hall, Madelre Park.  Agenda: Election of new trustees New  members welcome. Old members are  reminded lo renew their memberships  Refreshments provided by Heath Centre  Auxiliary  Woik the World for Schisophrenic,  starting at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  Registration at 12:30, walk begins at  130 Lunch concession stand,  entertelnment, balloons, Face-painting,  prizes and draws. Pledge forms at  Linnadine's Shoes, Coest Books, Zippers  Kids or ceU 686-4772  MISCELLANEOUS  Oroya    School joint-use  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday Irom 1:15 to 3:30  pm al 494 s. Fletcher, Qibsons end in  Sechelt at 1571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3:30 pm  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose ol diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is Important for children entering  school. Qibsons clinics - 886-5600:  Sechell clinics- 885-5164.  MONDAYS  Recovery, hie. oners a self-help method  to overcome the negative feelings that  come from fear, anger, depression end  ��� the Wellness  8028 39  constant anxiety 7-9  Cenlre, Qibsons Info: I  Cedar  revised models end plans  available for viewing and comments at  "1-7118  playground -  available for viewing i  the school, Sept 12-16. Into: I  'In Pull Bloom" exhibit of oil-  walercolour-acrylic paintings by Christel  Fuoss-Moore, Sept. 10-30. Hunter  Gelery, Lower Qibsons  Pley Bridge lor Heart: easy, fun and  earns a charitable tax receipt, too Your  foursome end choice of when end where  nine sessions before Apr* 15, 1995 For  details, caH Doo Diether et 886-7340 or  Eleanor Chinnk* at 866-2981 39  Elphlnetone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd , ecross Irom Post Ollice.  Qibsons. New winter hours sre Mon.,  Tuea, Wad. A Sat., 1-5 pm. Exhibits  cover Ihe vasl range ol Coest history  Irom Ihe neer to the distsnt pest. All  areaa and aspects ol our heritage are  explored on two floors |em packed with  fascinating displays Be sure to drop by  soon. Admission by donation Call 686-  6705 lor more Info.  Parent-Tot Drop In: lor parents with children up to 5. 9 30 11 30 am at the tollow.  Fibromyalgia Support Oroup, 7-9 pm,  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit.  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cencer" Support Group  meats every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, t pm. Info 685-5861  ��*S6��69  WEDNESDAYS  Poetpartum Depreaalon Support  Oroup - Olbeons Heallh Unit, 1 -2:30 pm  Shornclitle Auxiliary meels third  Wednesday ol each month at Shornclitle.  Into: 115-1915. 52  THURSDAYS  SC'e Weight Loaa Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30-12:30pm, call  866-2692, and evenings 6:30-8:00pm,  call 116-7159. al the United Church.  Glassford Rd.. Qibaons  Birth Control Clinic. Coast-Qaribeldl  Health Unit, 414 S. Fletcher. 7-9 pm.  ConMentlal service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed Into: 815-7770.  FRIDAYS  ���neat Sell-Exam Clinic: First Friday ol  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Qibsons Health  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1 -3 pm,  church besement, lene oil Truemen  Road.  to change the zoning of the parcel of land owned by Fiedler  Bros. Contracting Ltd. from  Industrial 4 (14) to Industrial 4A  (I4A).  The amendment would allow  for the slorage and processing of  land clearing debris.  A memorandum  from the SCRD's  planning depart- ������  ment notes the  amendment would  allow Fiedler Bros,  to burn "residual  waste material in  conjunction with  the recovery of  resources."  Such resources  that can be recov-         ered include pulp  mill fuel products,  landscape mulch and silviculture  ground cover.  Fiedler Bros, would also be  able to continue with the current  zoning designations on the 1.75  hectare site, such as mineral,  sand and gravel processing, and  manufacture of concrete products.  SCRD administrator Larry  Jardine said such a site would  help alleviate some of the burning concerns that have become a  hot topic of discussion on the  Coast this past year.  "I think it will take care of  some of that," he said.  "This could be one of the better sites for this on the Coast,"  said Judy Skogstad, SCRD  director of planning.  However, she noted to the  directors that the site is slill  ���w .     aa ,  I believe were  moving In the  right direction'  ���Jim Gurney  being studied and "there could  be impacts on adjoining proper-  lies."  Gurney, who lives near the  site, said "this could be a bit of a  trial," and reminded the directors about the urgency and need  for such a facility.  "My concern  wilh doing this as  soon as possible is  we're back in the  burning season,  again," he said.  Gurney then told  the board that even  if the site isn't perfect, "ihis is not a  case of not in my  backyard. This is in    this kid's backyard."  He concluded  that if Ihere are any problems  resulting from Ihe operation of a  debris burning facility, he would  be on it immediately.  "I believe we're moving in  the right direction" by allowing  such an operation to be set up,  he said. Gurney also expressed  his concerns that resource recovery be undertaken at the site at  all times and burning should be  done only when necessary.  The burning that will be done  also will be "high temperature  burns ��� a clean burn," he  added.  The SCRD will hold a public  meeting the evening of Sept. 28  al Frank West Memorial Hall on  Chaster Road to discuss this  issue further and to receive public input before proceeding further wilh Bylaw 310.44.  HWfl  TMlv rnTl  M  10.9  13.5  m  1750  2250  Fri   Thm Ht+t  0250  2245  12.3  ,1!  B.8  Tuee  Thee HI-FI  m  1825  11.0  Bel  lime Hi-Fi  0400  ���m  2325  12.5  ttt  7.9  Wed   Tmic Ml*rL  0000  0735  2050  Bun   Time HI-FI  0455  1115  1750  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  Ihr 40mm plus5mm to;each 11  of nee end 7 mln lor each fl . oHa��  For all your boating  parts & accessories  TIDELINE  Pnrts ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service  ���-���:��������� ,-;i-  MON-SAT  8 am ��� 6 pm  MARINE  885-4141  Wh.nl Ro.id. Soche  RECYCLE MIS NEWSPAPER  mLaia Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine ?  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101,  V     Mon.lri.b-b Sat. 8-6, Sun. 10-.V  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  Citmhlclt Umiling System Sentice Centre  iii' 1 I I iiii   H'l Kepiui Se Rtpl,���<��� Rath, lli-airi Cms. ft (las Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  New, 1'ncd fc Hriiulh ��� lick up A- Delivery  4M98.C.HWT.  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BC  Windows Developmeni Specialists  Client Server Database  Networking and Integration  System Analysis and Design  Manon Rue! ��� Phone: (604) 88MM19. Fan: (604) 8850429  CONCRETE SERVICES  S.A Matblesen Ltd.  Mtmnt-aCmtr-ctor   __  Fastrac backhoe ft  TRUCKING SERVICE  ���SEPTIC FIELDS  ���DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS _������.  m  ���WATERLINES c*T41i �����  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   886-8269  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  fouree estimates  rv  ENCO  CONCRETE  SERVING Tl IB St INSIIINE CO/VST  Redi-MIx Concrete ��� Snnd A Gravel  Curbs * Liners ��� Seplic Tanks  Gibsons von ivo Sechelt  THSTOfTl  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL (AS INSTALLATIONS  aiiiowiM-iiii  Showroom: m fount Rd. Cibsons        j  HSHB  LOGS WANTED  Alder ��� Maple * Saw Log  Robert Coriett* 886-9783  MECHANICAL SERVICES  Commercial Refrigerated Fixtures  1 ARCTIC  _________________  COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LTD  24 hr. seivice ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-5111  Swanson's   IRMdy-MIx Ltd.  ��� OlspMcli ���,,��� Awountt ���. e  L__88S-9666 JLMHILJL  FAX  88*2226  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burncl Rd., Sechelt, R.CVON UO  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving th*  Coast  tor 12 years  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  ^Ksn Birkin��885-7487 ��� Coll 885-8177  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunner Christiansen  ce��1-��7-��084 SSC7RR1  Olbeons, BC VON IVO  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  Pwfw  781 Worth Rd., Gibaona 886-2? 12  ^SUNSHINE CLEAR  W Pumps * Water Treatment  ���Sen/Ins All Commercial Ir Residential  Pump antl Water Treatment Needs  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  H.  ENTERPRISES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Gp  J. AIMING CONTRACTORS  ��� IntcrinfExtntocPainting 'PrawnWilling     fntatsul  ��� tadnml S Commndil ��� Top Quality Milmili Wiriauullp  "Free Estimates"  885-5111 �� George ��� 24hr Answering Service ,  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL - STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   SERVING THE FOREST. MARINE ANO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES  ON THE SUNtHME COAST  HOWARD LANG ,,.,,,, . ��l  J2ISREEDR0 OIBSOR5 OOD*J��jl 889-043W  Thank You ^  lo our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News     . Take Advantage of our JVezv Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified ad 6 times  and f*ay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  __ Gibsons &  irar Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  MONEY AVAILABLE  BORROW ON VOUR HOME EQUITY  1ST. 2ND, 3RD MORTGAGES  Nol based on job stability,  oge oi credit.  ConsolKlolon, cai  oi whatever good leoson.  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  BJWFIELD  INVESTMENT SERVICES LTD  20577 FRASER HWY  LANGLEY  SECHELT TEL: 885-5527  Over 3,000 sq. II.. 4 yr. old cuslom  home on Ireed lot in Sechell 3 full  baths, large double garage w/elec-  Iric doors, 3 skylights, garden  kitchen window, large deck, appli-  ances 1 more. $269,000. 885-  3604 #39w  Cottage lo move. Ideal lor B4B or  added income. Easy move to your  property. Fully linished. Some  financing available. 886-2751.  *39w  2 bdrm view condo, l/s, d/w, laundry, parking. Near school, mall,  upper Qibsons. Assumable mortgage. Immed. possession. Possible sub-lease. Asking $89,000.  8864336. ��39c  310 Cochrane Rd., 1900 sq. It  custom built 1 1/2 storey. F/P,  vaulted ceilings, 3 large bdrms.  Master on main, 4 pee. ensuite  plus t 1/2 baths, deluxe island  kitchen builtln appliances. Double  garage. Close to beach. $249,900.  886-7902. #39w  Commercial lot across Irom medical building, $95,000 985 0412  1.   Homes &  Property  GEORGIA MIRAGE  ���26-555 Eaglecrest Or. Greal view  Irom this lower level lownhouse  with palio. Two bedroom, 2 Mil  balh, dressing room otl master.  Oversized single garage. Adult oriented. RV parking available. Clubhouse, golf course, overlooks  Keals Island. $194,500. Call 886-  2508, re open house. W9w  Cuslom 2400 sq. fl. home, 2 1/2  stories, 3 bdrm., 2 balhs, vaulted  ceilings, oak floors and cabinets,  open floor plan, Ige. in-law suile.  1000 sq. It. healed shop, 2 1/2  acre landscaped lol. Redroolls  area, below appraisal, moving,  musl sell, $225,000.885-7453. ss  OPEN LOTS  Roberts Creek, Sal. 4 Sun., 2 - 5  pm. 4 superb cul-de-sac lots at  Agnes / Lower Road. Info: 2478  NE corner, Lower and Joe Rd. 1-  604-922-9749. #39c  New 3 bdrm Bonniebrook, ocean  view, West Coasl open plan. 1 blk.  lo beach, 5 blks. lo school.  $199,000. 922-4102 or 968-5006.  ���39c  Approx. S yr. old 3 bdrm rancher  on quiel cul-de-sac In exc. W.  Sechelt neighbourhood. Easy  maintenance yard and 10x10  shed. $159,900 885-7052.      ss  2 bdrm house, basemenl, sea  view, $189,000. No agents. 886-  9049. ss  Sechell lownhouse: f44 - 5761  Wharf Rd. 2 bdrms, 2 baths, close  to all amenities. $113,900. 986-  4657 or 886-3930. Open Sat. 1-4  pm. ��38c  Sechelt residential lot on Shoal  Way, $63,000.931-5045.    ��38w  Close in - Gibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  /ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertiser! are asked to listen corefuHy as all ads placed by  telephone   are   completely   read   back   verifying   requested  classification, slurt dale, number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical errors, however, in  the event af an error, we ore responsible only for the first incorrect  insertion of on ad. We do nol assume any responsibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond >he cost of the od itself.  Report anv wrm-IMMEDIATELY by coling 886-2622.  sor 885-3930 ��� Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m./  offi00*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places m  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9531  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt     H  TIIE COAST NEWS  S521 Cowrie Slreel 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  337 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  1.   Homes &  Property  Inglis Heights  16 lol lully seiviced subdivision  nexl to Oceanmount Eslates in  Qibsons. Avail, early '95. Take  advantage now ol low pie-con-  slruclion prices. Starting al  $74,900. Phone 886-8691.   ��52w  Stchelt Home By Builder  Quality plus throughout. Vaulted  living area. 3 bdrms. up. Private  master suile w/deluxe ensuite.  Lots ol windows, woodwork and  details Excellent value al  $199,900. Francis Peninsula lot  also lor sale. 885-0899. ss  Require a building lot in or near  Gibsons, wilh access lor under  $50.000.886-3015 alter 6.     tins  Lol 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour Ready lo build, seplic in,  financing. 883-9597. ss  1.   Homes &  Property  1200 SqFt wilh Full  Basement on View  Lot In Hopkins  Slill Time lo choose  colors, carpet  and cabinets  15 min walk to ferry  NEW HOME  WARRANTY  PROGRAM OK  IOLUMBIA  ANDTIIE YUKON  CM 13.,, MunJ.I  If KMI,-7I)'">  ...  R.u,.  I'u.Ul.k, WW��:.-'I2I)W  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  /^T^  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  18  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  VlDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  tA^SaaaaaWA)  For Rent  31  ������^^  For Sale  21  *_^*  Found  11  Obituaries ***  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Storage  39  34  Thank You  5  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  28  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  Music  13  36  *  Roberts  Creek  Realty  SOLD SOLD SOLD  Now accepting  NEW LISTINGS!  9 SOLD  in our  FIRST 3 MONTHS!  THANKS  FOR YOUR SUPPORT!  Rural home on private 12.5  acres, yes, His in Roberts Creek  and subdividable to St lots  ���$499,000  Majestic view & location,  1/2 acre lol, Langdale. 5 min  walk to ferry ���$139,000  Martin 886-8287  Watertront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1-872-2117, days, 1-685-7478 ss  5.6 acre timbered S secluded,  oceanview, 2100 sq. It. log house,  near completion. $450,000. 885-  5910 ss  CUSTOM CEDAR  DOVETAIL  LOG HOMES  Various styles and sizes. Contact  DV Log Works. 885-5322.    ��39c  Robtrtt Creek Acreage  1.25 acre lor the price of 1/2 acre,  in popular Mossy Rock subdivision. Perc approved, gas, water ti  paved road. Close to school, store  4 golf course. $99,000.886-8691.  (B7c  Stve Realtor Ftet  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lot with raised bed  gardens, fruit trees, close lo  school S bus, quiel well-maintained area, 3 bdrm rancher, 1248  sq. It. Heavy insulation, 2x6  const., 1 t/2 baths, large deck.  $178,500. 886-8367 or tv. mess.  at 1-478-9753 ��37c  VIEW! Tastefully decorated 2  bdrm condo. Ground level entry.  Central location, Oceanview Classics. Near schools a shopping.  Gibsons. Call eves, alter 5 pm.  886-0362. ss  MARINA PLACE  Very tastefully decorated, immaculate 1230 sq. fi. level entry 2 bedroom condo, 2 bathrooms, lire-  place, skylight, 5 appliances,  drapes, patio (adult oriented).  Across Irom marina, on bus route,  walking distance lo stores. 866-  4190. tfns  Ctntral Gibsons home closa to  shopping, in pleasant, quiet family  oriented area. 13 yrs old with 3  bdrms and potential for a downstairs suite. Two baths. Enclosed  parking, landscaped, hardwood  floor in kitchen and dining room  and a nice south facing deck wih  a completely lenctd yard oul  back. Currently rented. Excellent  investment properly. $155,000  firm. 885-7146. I39w  ROBERTS CREEK  Square 53 acre lot near ocean,  selectively cleared, luty serviced,  ready to build $98,900,885-3509.  ss  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  1/2 acre and 1 acre lots. Lowtr  Robtrtt Crttk, selectively  cleared, ready to build. Suttti  Oroup, SRC Realty Corp., Bryan  Ltdingham 1*5-2911 MlwLow  er Gibsons 6 yr old rancher - 3  bdrms, 2 bathrooms, large living  room, oak kilchtn, skylights,  dttachtd workshop a carport,  beautifully landscaped, 1 Mock to  beach. $195,500.686-8557.138w  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Crete,  cleared, 34 acre. 885-0699.     ss  View lol overlooking Madeira Park  Centre. 102 ft frontage clear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 683-9411. tt  Commeicial lol. 38x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999.985-0412 tt  High bank w/f homt. 2 bdrm, 2  bath, large LR, brick f/p, large  solarium, exceptional aggregate  patio, BBQ Situated in one ol the  most desireable areas of Iht Sunshine Coast, spectacular view ol  Vane. 1st, Mt. Baker. Trail Islands.  Watch the ciutse ships sail by. In a  park-like setting, all this and moral  No agents. For appl. lo view. 885-  2397 tt  two sq It Rancher For Sale  Price reduced - pay no commis-  slon. Light 4 airy, only 1 yr old  #530 Shaw Rd. 886-2820 or 686  3191, Steve or Sher. Pgr, #1-975-  1071 ss  For sale by owntr: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 8098 Alder-  wood Road, Halfmoon Bay.  $169,900. Don, days at 885-2201,  evenings 885-0944. ss  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  SOAMES POINT, BY OWNER  3 bdrm rancher, 1663 sq It. Large  family room, l/p, 2 baths, workshop. Large lot. Asking $247,900.  For viewing call 886-8398       ss  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural setting, treed w/hydro access, 1.75 h,  asking, $195,000, no agents  please. 885-3469 ss  GWWHITI  SIMMS  6.   Personal  SWM, dk. blonde, blue eyes, 6V.  175 lbs, mid<30's seeks female  parlnei who likes herself, no  manequins please. Positive outlook, respect for others. Enjoys  walching 4 encouraging children  in sports. Single mothers welcome, 25-45 Reply to Box "B" c/o  Cosl News, Box 68 Sechelt VON  3A0. *39c  CLARITY COUNSELLING  Specializing in substance abuse,  relationship trauma and women's  issues. Call Carolyn Lincoln,  R.P.C. 885-4672. #47w  DIVORCE? INCORPORATE?  Complete $99 ��� call LO-KO$T  Divorcervlce 731-3111. Franchises avail, throughout BC.      #37w  7.   Announcement  I 7.   Announcement   I 7.   Announcement  ft Dial-A-DatiJ)  \__________y  HIVE, HUEMMHIP, ROMANCE  AWAnS YOU AT TUB NUMBER  JUST CALL  1-900-451-306$  52.99/mln; 18 yean plus;  24 hn. Voice Personals  For All lifestyles. The  Modern Way For Adults To  Meet  W. Sechelt, 1/4 acre GD, partial  view lot, lully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 SS  RARE QUAUTY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  improved, well treed and wilhin  walking distance to Sgts. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is in a  growing large lol subdivision with  two driveways to access upper  and lower sections ol properly at  $155,000. Lot 23 of Leaning Tree  Subd. will not lasl long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042.   ss  In Lovely W. Sechelt  OPEN HOUSE  Sit, 1 -Spm, 5455 Mills Rd  Grtat 3 bdrm. 3 bath family home.  Oak kitchen w/eating area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuile  4 walkin closet. Nicely landscaped  fenced backyard w/deck 4 hoi tub.  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Salt by owner. 885-4379.       ss  W. Stchtlt, ntw 1350 sq ft.  rancher. DU. garage, 2 full balhs,  3 bdrms, skylight, natural gas  heat, maple cabinets, $174,900  885-7972. ss  Stcret Cove, 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 ss  Robtrtt Crttk, 1.0 acre, south-  em exposure, partially treed, building site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access $128,000.  888-7372. ss  COSTARICA  2.5 acre lot in Esperanza Ranch.  Seiviced, privale community, tropical park with hiking/riding trails,  swimming. Close to shopping,  beachts, rtstaurants, golfing.  $26,500.8855157 ss  This is a little gem lor the discriminating buyer 1200 sq. tl, 4 yrs,  sophisticated adult house, close to  village Charming living room, lire-  place welcomes. Sun-filled  kitchen, breaklast area opens onto  s/l patio 4 garden 2 lull baths,  matter ensuile Big studio (easily  2 bdrms tgainlj Sky/It, extra big  windows. Mature artistic landscaping, dog run and kennel Appliances. No agents. $174,900 Cal  8858010 to view. ss  Single man, 29 yrs., n/s, n/d, looking for single woman, 20-40 s who  likes walks, movies, BBQ's. bike  riding, conversation. All replies  answered promptly. Reply to Box  'C c/o Coasl News, Box 68,  Sechelt VON 3A0 ��39c  Interested in getting disk (Insbee)  goll going on the Coast Glen 886-  8757. ��38c  Wanted Illness walking companions), Langdale / Gibsons area,  days. 3-4 x wk Carol 886 9006  *38w  To lhat special lady. I know you  are out there, and I'd like to meet  you. From a SWM, 40'ish lhat  enjoys lots of outdoor activities,  like hiking, biking, boating, skiing,  walks, long talks, dining, dancing  and quiet times at home. I'm honest, caring, spontaneous, and full  ol laughter and fun. Hope to hear  from you soon. Please write to  Box 428, c/o Coast News, Box  460. Gibsons,BCVON 1V0. #38w  FEEL THE DIFFERENCE  Are you serious about losing  weight or tired, no energy? We are  ���1 leaders in health and nutrition.  WE GUARANTEE RESULTS. All  nalural - supervised program. 886-  3067,883-9375. #38w  TUTORING  For dyslexic children, home  schooling or help with reading and  spelling - I can help. For more  inlo, call Claire Nelson 685-6164  01885-3709. #37w  S/F enjoys own company and my  children, dancing, quiet nights.  Looking for family man with similar  interest. Reply to S6 C48 Hillcrest  RR HI, Gibsons. VON 1V0.   ��38c  Card player, loves to play Canasta  and gama called 'Frustration'  wants someone to play cards with.  Prefer older person. 885-9108.  *37w  PSYCHIC KEAOEB  HEW IN ALL PROBLEMS  CALL ANO TALKUVEI  1-900-451-3530 txl 3010  Silt per mhMum��lSyti.  NEWCALL LTD. (602) 954-7420  4  ���nt  Coast Utadtmij  ofVattct &  JintHru  Registration  3-6pm  885-2263  5645 WHARF AVE -SECHELT  SECHELT NATURAL THERAPY  CENTRE  Offers cleansing programs, colonic  irrigation and Bio-Kinesiology  (muscle letting). Cal Carolyn 885-  8857 ��47w  AURA THERAPY  Diagnostic check ups and treatments. For healing ol traumas and  core-level energy restructuring.  Dhyana Bartkow, Psychonotlic  Physiologist, MA, B.Ed, F.I.T.T.  886-9737. #39w  Pressure Washers Sales 4 Service. Repairs to all leading makes.  Guaranteed workl 9830392 Cell.  760-4875. #37c  SttoMlflmrityiNls  Mwd to costal* ittojjoiig.  Uvt��  Lyifet  MM707  we accept visa  FORST POTTERY  Open Wednesday and Saturday 9  am to 5 pm or by appointmenl.  1040 Chamberlin Road, Qibsons.  886.2543. Miw  HIGHLAND DANCING  Instruction by Angus MacKenzie  (former world champion) lor alll  ages, (male/lemale) Join now lor  Sept. startup. Inlo 865-0676. ��38w  SHAWAN CAMPBELL STAR  RECONNECTIONS  Body/mind therapies workshops  Call lor appt. 885-3685.      ��38w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-8208,24 hour line. tin  Aching for a massage? Shiatsu  and Swadlsh offered. 886-0338.  ��37w  ISLAND VIEW COUNSELLING  IM-704I  Experienced Counsellors at the  Masters level. ��38w  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  . A complimentary makeover  that creates the effect you  want - natural, career or  dramatic.  ��� A glamour look that  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques that will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  $LMARV KAV  f* i ro imi if Mjrv .mn-.  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  ^t________v____^  Counselling tor Individual couplet tnd famllle*. Also support 4  consultation lor step lamilies. Call  Mary Ling (MSW). (R.S.W.).  886-8144. #38c  Clarity Counselling - Iree initial hall  hour consultation. Carolyn Lincoln,  R.P.C. 885-4672. ��38c  Cameo Singlet Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call for Info 886-  0954 or 885-5384. tin  Prolessional school teacher aval,  for tutoring remedial or enrichment, K-10. Science, Lang. Arts,  Socials, Math. Your homt or mine,  flexible rates. 885-0415.      #39w  7. Announcements  STEP FITNESS clattts with  Ronda 4 Roslyn, St. Barfs Anglican Church, Monday, Wednesday  and Thursday, 5:30 lo 6:30 pm;  Wed. and Friday, 9:30 am to 4 pm.  Drop-in or ten classes $38. 886-  0640,886-3740. #39w  SECRETARIAL SERVICE  Your resumes, letters, etc. typed  professionally. Photocopies, faxas  all al reasonable rales. 885-4237.  ��39w  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroofmg and repairs our specialty For a FREE estimate call Al.  885-1269 ��39c  YOU/CAN EDUCATIONAL  SERVICES  Individual or group tutoring. 22  years exper. Empowering students  to achieve their besl. Jan or Eric  686-4104. ��39w  Riders wanted for Van. pool Irom  Horseshoe Bay to downtown Vancouver. $87/mo. trom 8am-4pm.  Cont. Anne Williams homa 886-  7490, work 622-3387 or Tracy  Kassntr homt 886-0460, work  684-9499. ��38w  PRIVATE TUITION  Qualified expeiienced teachtr  available Adults, high school 4  elementary students. 886-8488.  #41 w  UNLOCK  YOUR HEALTH SECRETS  Iris analysis - tht ttudy ol tht  colour 4 structure ol your kit, can  reveal your body's weaknesses 4  strengths. Analysis is dont from a  photograph which may bt taken ki  your home or mint. For mort  inlormation on this exciting "key"  to your health secrets, cal Vonnie  683-9853. 138c  Aitrit/t' ^c  Gibsons/Sechelt  Oldest established club  on Sumhine Coast (I4yis)  Bqtlmikw Sept 1�� dim IWi  7pm to 8:30 pm,  Monthly Tun 4 Thun  F��S2S Sl AIJ.ni llsll.  Special Family      **"���<**  Rates  Cal Now mum or WMtW  CREEK STEP: Complete aerobic  workout with weights. Mon. 4  Wed. al 6 pm; Thurs. 4 Sat. at  9:30 am, St. Aidan's Hal. Roberts  Crttk. 886-3634. 1138c  HALLOWE'EN  Planning a bash? Need balloons,  dtcorations or supplies? Call  'Boo' Alcuft Ventures. 886-2219.  ��42w  LEARN20 POWERFUL  > release Itrru  ��� accelerate health,  creativity A telf esteem  FREE INTRO EVENING  Sepl 20 7.409PM  RockwuudCrnire  Gary GaUifthcr M H EJmiinjt  fi* WrllnrM with personalized  cinching ami hands un woricahups  885-3685  fro��FlMSfoDHf  The Environmentally  Sound Solution to  Port Control  GUARANTEED RESULTS  Will 10*1 Hwy 101  Gibsons  886-7444  ECOSONIC  COOL RUNNINGS  Ont ton truck available lor hauling, rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  Sunthint Cont  TriniHion Houtt.  A salt place fot women and children In crisis. Fret confidential 24  hour service 188-2944 tin  Unt Dancing Beginners, intermediate and children's, starting Sept.  15 Frank West Hall. Pre-register  8867372. ��38w  Undirwitir Hockty Juniors (8-  11 yrs.) Saturdays 1-2 pm; Adults,  Sundays 5-6 pm, $32, pre-register, Gibsons Pool. #38w  BONSAI CLASSES  Learn how to make miniature  trees. Classes start Oct. 2. Phone  Willie 885-9890. #37c  Serving the Sunshine Coast: DIAL  A BOTTLE DELIVERY SERVICE.  We deliver mix, cigs, groceries,  prescriptions, personal errand!  and snacks. Open 9 am -11 pm  dally. We buy empties. Drivers  stationed in Qibsons and Sechelt  6864951. M7w  Play Bridge lor Heart. It's easy,  lun, and earns a charitable tax  receipt, too. Your foursome ind  choice of when and where lor nine  sessions before April 15,1995.  For details, call Doo Diethet at  886-7340 or Eleanor Chlnnlck,  886-2981. #37w  RUGBY  The '93'94 Provincial CHompkxi  GIBSONS PIGS  ore looking (or players.  Practices Tues & Thurs,  6:30, at Elphinstone Field.  No expeiience necessary  lor mon information  call 886-3378  or 886-0019  Workshop, Timeline Therapy 4  N.L.P. Sept. 16 ��� 17. Individual  counstlling; Thursday evening  sludy group. Hana-Louist 865-  0925. 137c  Cariboo cattle drive, Sept. 14-18.  Interested rldtrt call Tad 296-  3219. 137c  Long-haired black 4 whlta cal,  vicinity Fiald Rd., Wilson Crttk.  685-4594. ��37c  Blk. 4 white long-halted cal, no  till. Brn. flea collar, Headland  area. Called Mona. 886-3548.  #37w  Black wallet between Yacht Club  and marina In Qibsons, Sept. 5.  886-4054. I37W  Lottery ticket folder w/Wtery tickets. Sunnycrest Mall Sat., Sept. 3.  888-72)4. 1137c  Large bunch of keys, at bus stop  on Cowrie SL, on ring, Aug. 15.  Claim at Coast News Sechtll  ollice, 572f Cowrie. tin  12. Pets & Livestock  WANTED: Large dog carrier, air-  tine approved type 883-1154.   *39w  Have you been thinking of volunteering tome ol your time at your  local SPCA? Now is the time lo  call. We urgently need shelttr  help, dog walktrs and foster  hornet (or our cats 4 kitltns.  Please call today, 886-2273 or  886-3933. *39c  Black Lab/Retriever cross, 6 mos.,  friendly, vtry spirited, need* training. $60.886-0789. *39w  Sttking malt Pomtranian lor  breeding. 883-9015 ��39w  Free kittens. 7 wks. dd. Ready to  go. 888-8008. ��37w  Hand-fed baby peach LOVE  BIRDS for tali by breeder. Vari-  gated colors, vtry tame. $35, $40.  885-4847 137c  msiWsLFmmiaEM  INVEST IN YOUR HEALTH  FORTOMYANDTDMOUtOW.  * Reduce daily umakvds  ��� EattdmnicpriaAduaxnfDn  ��� Integrate your ptiyaal, emotional,  menial iipuilual book.  ellen besso  ��^-T^ ��� T*AGERI��  .J^L.   ��� ACUPRESSURE  REKI1  886-4274  SpedtMgltwti'ib  Sunn Coliseum bass amp, 300  waits, 2 -15 cab, very good cond.  $700 obo. 886-7781. 139c  Piano Tuning  a     ���repaHi  j_%n' wr*---*  KtnDilgltlih  886-2843  Stress and tension rtlease.  Reflexology or Acupressure. Can  Arleigh lor appt. 886-9234.   ��38w  SECHELT FARMERS MARKET  First 4 thkd Sat, 10-1 pm, behind  Gilligan's Pub. 137c  Discovery Toys, new tall line! To  order or book party, call Vanessa  885-3042. #38c  Does your group have a project  that requires funding' Perhaps I  can help secure the backing you  need. Project Development Consultants 886-4711 FAX 886-4197.  #38w  chlldrtniwtir  Ntw fall catalogue now available.  Backlo School Sptclalt. CaH lor  mora inlormation or to book a  party. 885-0918. tfns  Save monty. Find HIDDEN  TREASURE USED BOOKS at  5525 Inlet Avt, Stchtlt, 459  Marina Dr., Qibsons. Stltcttd  trades welcome #37w  SC HOME LEARNERS  Support Group. 7 pm Sept. 2013rd  Tuet. ta. mo.) Klippenstein's  homt, 3516 Beach Ave., Rbts. Ck.  685-3086. #38w  ~ Registered Nurses ^  Homemaktrs Gardeners  Bonded & Insured  HELPofyWAY  Gtbtons to Pander Hortovr  I I 1^886-3188  Wmva 886-3714  Does someone in your lamiiy have  a drinking problem? CallAIAnon  866-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059  Al-Atatn 886-2565 ot 885-7484  DC  Small apl. tizt piano, metal  sounding board, $900 886-8668  137c  Baby Grand piano, cream/gold,  $3600.886-7623. ��38w  Prolessional Musician accepting  PIANO STUDENTS 20 yrs teaching experience. Luci. 686-0281.  #38w  Piano lor tale by piano tuner,  delivered and serviced. 883-2329.  #38w  Apt. size upright piano, exc. cond.  Appraised at $2000. Lovely torn.  OMrs 8888543. 137c  THE JOY OF MUSIC STUDIO:  Privale instruction: Voice, piano.  ktyboard, thtory. Rtar 5653  Wharf St.. Sechell 885-5552  *39w  Piivate piano lessons Royal Conservatory ��� Btginntrs ��� Limittd  space ��� Eileen Lewis. 886-8588  ntw  15. Wanted  Set ol goll clubt for a beginner  685-3703. *39c  Trampoline, good cond. 885-4503.   M8c  MRH 1993 Slazenger XTC iront  reg. flex pro-r-shaft/slandard lie-  black dot. Were told through  Stchtlt Golf Club. Mtlal weight  kiting plates and bars or dumbelts  Used Brio. Yamaha Maxim pans.  Old Sega cartridges. 886-7214  tfns  Cassttte lapet ol tolk, ballad,  easy listening 4 soft pop music.  886-7947. ��38c  Secure garage needed lor winter  monlhs, to store car. 8867697   M7c  Chest Ireezer, reasonably priced  88*5444 137c  1 20. Furniture
21. For Sale
One pair useable exhaust mani-
iolds lor Mercruiser Ford V-8.883
2574. #37c
Commercial gas clothes dryer
(laundromat type) at reasonable
price. Evi 886-8097. #37c
Bank Notes
Gold 4 Silver
Video Etc.
Oak dining table, round wilh leaf
Nearly new. $300 obo 885-5345.
Sola, love seat 4 chair, exc. cond.,
$500 obo. 886-6707,886-2545.
Beautilul country pieces lor sale.
One 7 fl. long Harvest table with
mellowed pine top and Robin's
egg blue painted legs. Many other  broomVspeahere'YghtTlxtures'
pieces as well Call 886-3886 to   Decosonic sealer; fluorescent
"ODATT" walker chair combination, never used, $75.885-7576.
Wooden shoe bench; cold frame;
alumin. screen door; hand lawn-
mower; small clay pots; largo
wooden toolbox; maple dining
table; sola chair 4 stool; anlique
twin beds; bike; wheelbarrows;
greenhouse glass;  chimney
leave message.
#41 c
4 pee. bdrm. suite, queen w/new
box 4 mattr, $1750.685-1072.
21. For Sale
Kayaking life jacket, comly 4
cheap, call 886-7355 tfns
Utility grade slorage shelves req.
Each shell must be mln. 12' deep
and unit must be tree standing. Up
to 8 It. wide X 7II. tall. 885-3930,
Sechelt Coast News olfice. #39w Wood fireplace insert complete
wilh heal exchange blower 4
accessories, $250 obo. 685-0569.
New, never worn! Size a small 12.
Long sleeves, train, peplum back.
Full line ol AMES llie samples. Shoes'size 7 and malchin3 Veil,
Call 885-4778 to lake away. #37c   t™-885-4237 lv. message. #39w
Win. mod. 12 16 ga., $400;
Mauser FR7, FR8, 308 Win.
w/bayonnel, $200 ea.. Spanish
Two kittens, healthy house Mauser M43. 8x57, $120; Husq.
trained. 886-4282. #37c   Lahti M40 9 mm, $400; Ruger
Super Blackhawk 44 mag, $310;
lights; new gas lawnmower; tele-
posts; bamboo curtains; car seat;
wardrobe; new weedealer; maple
twin bed; oak stereo cabinet; king
size mattress; rosewood coffee
table; white bathroom sink. 885
1942. #39c
Free guina pig lo home, 886-3841.
Double size waterbed, good condition. Jack 885-2668. #37c
Good home wanted lor 'Picasso,'
a 7-year-old longhair, calico cal.
Very Iriendly and unimpressed
wilh a 2-year old's antics and the
prospect of another. She doesn't
scratch or bile, just reluses to
come in the house. She has had
all shols, been spayed and tattooed. Comes with lots ol food and
a covered litterhox. 886-7214 afler
4 pm. Ifns
17. Garage Sales
Books, books and more books;
garden stuff; fireplace screen /'
blower pipe; misc. Sunday, Sept.
18,10 -4 pm, 1667 YMCA Rd.
Coming lo a garage near you:
Three households ol bargains plus
Estate Sale. Saturday, Sept 17,9
- 2, The Manse, #2, behind Pron-
tos Restaurant, Gibsons. 'Yes, U
need HI' Estate furnishings, building supplies, queensize comforter,
man's Seiko watch, exercise
equip., antique chairs, quality
ladies clothing (sweaters, purses),
books, drapes, kitchen, objet dart
FAC. holder only. 885-2863.
Mushroom manure $28 sq. yard
Fir or alder, $120 split and delivered. 886-7774. #39w
• Garden Mix
■ Manure
■ Bark Mulch & Nuggets
• Lava Rock
- Sands & Gravels
• Landscape Cloth
• Concrete Blocks,
Slabs & Ornaments
• Planters
• Pod Liners
• Etc.
New vinyl double glazed sliders,
5x3, 4x3 and 3x3 with or without
screens. Other sizes available
Sunco, 885-8889.
21. For Sale
Full length winler coat, indigo blue,
size 12.866-9346. #37c
.PHONE 886-7800
Mixed lirewood, split 4 delivered.
lull cords, $100, cedar available.
696-0349 #37w
H.E.R.O. airless mod. 1000, Baldor motor, $1000 obo. 885-4643,
messages, Ken. #37w
Ski rack for car top. 886-9346.
Gas heater, twin tans, 47,000 btu,
new $1200, asking $450; double
stainless sink w/tap, $45; single
sink, $10; plastic was > • ib w/laps,
$20; 2 solid core exterior doors,
$25 ea.; 4 rattan kitchen chairs,
$50; tree-standing solid oak mantle, 60' w x 80' h, $550.085-4804.
Used broadloom, exc. cond.,
approx. 80 sq. yds, rusty brown
color. Offers. 866-3354.       #37c
25. Campers & RVs 126. Marine
72 Mercedes220DI,auto, runs
well, needs shocks, $1350. 883-
2703.          #37w
'73 VW, Wesl Van, pop top, sink,
attach, lenl etc. Very dependable.
$1000.8B5-5665. #39c
'73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.
883-9234. ss
24 Hr. Emergency Towing
"Fully Insured ond Reliable'
Guaranteed GoodUsed
Paris for moat makes and
'4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel
Drive and Some Do Drive'
Dead Car Removal
We buy some
and tow some
Recycled Building Materials
French Doors/lnl. Ext, Doors
Alum. & Vinyl Windows
lighting/Kitchen &
Bathroom Fixtures etc.
5653 Wharf Rd., Sechell
Recycle A Sin*
MON-SAT 9 am-5 pm
Heat machine, fireplace insert
w/glass doors and electric blower,
$295. In Gibsons 944-7580. #38w
Premium babyswing, $75; baby
bouncing chair, $10; deluxe
stroller, $100; 3 chairs, $25; food
processor, $25; B4W TV, $25;
rabbit fur coat, $25; 2 snugglles,
$10,885-9218. #38w
Nonconforming drum wood stove,
good heat, $200.1 -261 -4331.
12 II. libreglass canoe, $225;
#38w   sna,e llmm * s'an<i' 'a>; 5 ^ S
to spd. bikes, $25 ea.; recurve
bows, $40 ea. 883-9324.     #37c
Table 4 6 chairs; vertical blinds, 8'
w; glass door firescreen; 5 pee.
tool set, never used. 866-7490.
'75 green Hornet stn. wagon, $800
firm. 686-0272. #37w
'75 Camaro 350, auto, air, runs
great, $800.885-7716.        #37c
'78 Olds Ninety-eight, runs excellent, big engine, no rusl, nice interior, new lires. Must sell. $850
ObO. 685-3532. #38c
'87 Dodge Omni. 94.000 km, good
cond, no rust. $1700885-5102 ss
'86 Chev Eurosport wagon. 5 spd,
108,000 kms, a/c, am/lm cass.,
one owner. Exc. shape. $5900.
885-3727 SS
88 Cavalier 724, V-6, Pwr. sunrool miw. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.
886-7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss
'88 Nissan Sentra 5 sp., red,
AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tires,
exc. cond., $4900 obo. 886-4837.
'86 Ford Aerostar 7 passenger,
new transmission, brakes, tuel
pump, tires, exhaust, tune-up, low
mileage, exc. cond. Moving • must
sell! $8500.886-0909. #36w
'89 Ford Escort, white, 2 dr., 5 sp.,
A/C, stereo, 6 mos. warranty,
$4990000.885-6226. #39w
'91 blue Mustang, 51,000 kms.
p/w, p/dl, air. cruise, $8888. 883-
9167. #37w
'91 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,
power, white, exc. cond., 35,000
kms, $15,000 obo. 886-3623.    ss
'91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp.. 2 dr.,
air., tilt 4 cass. $8900.886-2688.
See this beauty belore you buy.
29 1/2 It Bonair trailer. Ideal lor
snowbirds Queen rear bed, 2 dr.
model, large 2 dr fridge, lull bath,
sleeps 6, air and awning. $14,500
883-2409. ss
Attention snowbirds: 1978 23 tt
2TASCA motorhome, loaded
Everything you want and more.
$11,500,885-0754. #39c
'92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.
42,000 km. 886-7524 eves.     ss
'78 Volvo 4 dr.
obo. 885-7203.
runs well, $700 CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,
#37w Chevette; Honda Accord parts.
—    885-7167
Craftsman 10' contractors table
saw w/assorted blades, $350; 2 -
185 14 Chev studded snow tires,
Magic Chef, almond gas range,   $20.886-9447 alter 6 pm.    #37w
For all your
renovation needs call
• Residential
• Commeicial
• Free Estimates
Call Bruce 885-1949,
1962 6 ft. Frontier camper, furnace, fridge, stove, etc $2200.
886-7951. #38c
1987 deluxe 35 It Travel-eze 5th
wheel. Extendable LR, 3 appl,
large awning, add-on screened
room. $26,500.885-2056.    #38c
1981 Chev 3/4 Ion p/u and
camper. New trani, tires, windshield and brakes. 885-2347 and
886-2079. #38c
Must sell: 14 It. travel trailer, 1400
kg, propane heal, stove. $800.
886-0248 #37w
1972 Ford 302 poptop, heater,
sink, Iridge. $2,500.686-7400.
1977 Nomad 20 1/2 lool travel
trailer, 3 way Iridge, stabilizer
bars, good condition, as is $2500
886-2504. tins
Travel trailer by Terry. Spacious,
full kit., bath, sleeps 8. Immaculate
cond Phone 885-4046 eves for
viewing. Priced to sell. ss
21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,
full bathroom, stove, fridge, furnace. Sleeps 6. $3950.865-3998
14 4 ft. Customcrafl, ski pilon, top;
50 Merc, new in '91, autoblend;
new battery, impeller; trailer;
extras. All lor $3500. View at Cot-
hell's Marine, Gibsons.        #36c
16 It. Sangster, 90 hp Merc, Seagull Kicker. 3.5 hp, galv. Road Runner trailer, exc cond. $6500. 886
9447 alter 6 pm. #38c
171/2 ft. f/g Bowrider w/lrailer,
Volvo i/o. Always garage stored
and molor flushed. Kicker motor
incl. $5000.8B6-7424. #36c
Grady white 25 ft., 1980 twin
Merc. 470, excellent cond.
$42,000,883-2211. SS
18 ft. SeaRay. 1981 Merc in/out,
comes with trailer, fish finder,
VHF, 2 covers, very clean,
$11,000,863-2211. ss
20 ft Double Eagle h/iop. cuddy
cabin, galley, head, tabs, new
Lowrance sounder, compass,
radios, rear canvas. $9,500. 883-
2409. ss
171/2 lool alum, boat, full canvas,
70 hp/15 hp with trailer. $3750.
886-0081. #38C
18 ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Mer-
cruise, trailer, lots ol extras. $5900
obo. Will consider smaller boat in
trade. 883-9856. #38c
19' librelorm hardtop, 165 Merc
i/o, VMF, CB, sounder, baitbag,
timer, trimtabs, auto pump. $6000.
883-9923 ss
Canoe: 16 ft. chestnut paddlet,
sail, lee boards. Good condition,
$650,685-5856. »37c
1973 Custom Coach 23 ft. travel
trailer. Add on w/wood healer.
'79 Ford Futura 2 door sedan,
good running order, $700. 685-
0987. #39c  Propane tank, mixer and converter  $1500 obo. Wilson Creek Camp
     lor small pick-up, $300 obo. 865-   Ground. 885-4068. #38w
79 Volvo wagon, rusty but reli- 3557 137,.
Captain Bill Murray I
MABYC  • Marine
Surveyors ond Consultants
almost brand new, cost over $700,
bargain at $350; large window air
conditioner, $75; porta-potti, $20;
mahogany solid core exterior door,
un-used, cost $95, sell $45. 885-
0898 #39w
Weider Flex • 110 home gym. Like
brand new, used only 4 times.
$150,886-2203. «37w
WANTED: Quality paperback or
hardcover books, CD's, records or
tapes in good cond. Any quantity
for cash. Please call ahead, Ashley's Books 4 Records 685-8952.
Helpl What movers lelt behind,
must go. Sat, Sept. 17, 9-12.
2010 Cassidy Rd. (Gulf and Lower
Road, Roberts Creek).        »37c
Big Maple Park, 4496 Hwy. 101,
pad 39. Sept. 17-18.9-2pm Tools,
cookbooks, odds and ends.
Need boxes? Stop by the Coast
News olfice in Gibsons, Monday
mornings after 10:30 am.        tin
19. Appliances
Guns - 30.06 w/scope mounts and
rings. Fibreglass stock, new barrel
", 77,: '~ ~\ 2-303 British #4 Mark t's. 886-
Set ot 415x7 chrome mag wheels „« j38w
to fit Chevy van w/caps 4 nuts.     !	
exc. cond., $150; '80 Firebird di.
308 posi drum to drum, $150; 600
Holley 4 barrel carb, $75. 886-
9452. #39w
Ail wire rabbit cages, 30x30, $20
ea. obo; exercise bike, $35; rower,
$35; 20' color TV. $50.886-0909.
Peugeot 6 spd. bicycle, excellent
condition, $150; internal lax/
modem, $50; external modem,
$50,886-3819. #37c
Dry, seasoned or green. Call
Klaus, speak to my electric secretary. 865-0679. #37c
Sklar Pepplar sofa 4 chair, $400;
dresser with mirror, $50; chest ol
drawers, $25; crib mattress, $10.
886-0957. #37c
Two tOO lb. propane bottles, $100
ea; aluminum box rack to lit S10
able, needs work, $250 or trade
lor firewood. 886-7815.       #38c _____ _
'79 Porsche 924, 5 spd., $72,000 '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,
ml., new tires, clutch, major tune *5500; 327 Corvette motor.
up. Trade lor car, boat? $4,200.
686-0161. ss
'79 Ford Fairmont, good running
condition, new transmission,
exhaust. 685-5102. ss
rebuilt, $1500.885-5467.
'70 VW van, runs 4 moves, for
parts, $300 obo. 866-8757.   «36c
Jeep J10 later 705 powertrain and
'79 Mercedes 300, European  whee|s for sale. John 885-4098.
model, wagon, seals 7, s/roof, |37C
leather, exc. $8500.885-0294.
'80 Toyota Corolla 4 dr. S/W,
white, exc. run. rond., $1200.888-
3411. #38 w
Snapper lawnmower, Briggs 4   Large doll's house, 4'8* I x 3'4" h,   or S15 long box, $100.886-9558.
Station, uted one'season, paid ' $25.885-4503. "
$700, asking $400 obo. 886-9652,
pager 1-977-6051. #39w
'75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,
completely rebuilt, price slashed
$4995.685-7518. ss
'76 Ford Ranger 4x4,1/2 ton
camper special, exc. cond. $3800.
20 It. Frontier, shower, toilet,
stove, furnace, fridge, all working.
Re-cond engine. $7000 obo. Can
be seen at #63, Wilson Crk. RV
Park ss
1972 Airstream land yacht. 28',
new bedding (highest quality foam
topped with a 2' Futon mattress).
New carpet and lino. Needs new
rear window, so asking only $4400
obo Anne 886-4973. tfns
8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and
good cond. 885-2100. ss
1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss
26 tt. Chris Cralt, standup head,
galley, Ige. V-beith, 2 yrs. old, 350
Chev Crusader i/b, V-drive new
prop - Al! mahogany, compl.
top/bottom done over, VHF, depth
sounder, asking, $10,000,6 mos.
moorage left at Secret Cove Marina. 885-2771. ss
Propellor only lor Mercury OB 19
pitch. 886-9346. #37c
End ol season bargain: Campion
210,19 tt. 6" x 8 It. 0' fibreglass
w/leak Irim. Maintained to highest
standard. Complete w/pump toilet,
galley pack, fully equipped lor fishing. Yamaha 150 hp o/b power.
$11,500,865-2940. #37c
Dehumidifier as new, $400 new,
asking $225 obo. 886-9652, pager
1-977-6051. #39w
Toshiba 286 IBM compatible laptop computer with carrying case, 2
floppy disk drives, MS Dos,
modem, $450.885-7144.      tfns   Wood burning stove, not CSA
Brim 885-0270
250 gal oil tank (full), lower Gibsons. Swap for utility trailer, yard-
work, w.h.y. 885-3433 ss
Sears 9' garage door 4 opener
(new $1000) $550.885-0244.   ss
5 rolls of FAX paper 8 l/2'x328',
1'core, $5 95 per roll. 686-2622
'81 Cougar 2 door, auto, sun rool,
new brakes. $950 obo. 886-3993
     kmt, many extras, mkit.cond.,
3/4 ton pick-up Ford Super Cab  $28,900.885-7978. #39w
with canopy 4 box liner. $1750
000.886-0081. #38c
 ~    1949 34 ft. Monk diesel cabin
1989-24 ft. motorhome, 351 Ford   ^ A m ^^ „„„ |n
engine, root and dash air, 60,000  maiM wwkjng „_, ^^
888-2738 *
approved, $50; Sears hid washer, colour pencil portraits Irom your
working. $50; Graco travel iavourile photo. Pels, lamily,
playpen, $60; two booster chairs,  t,^, g^y M5 &„, j^
Large Ireezer. $100, good condition 885-0241. #39c
Metx Appliance
 Sale. intipcW
Repair to all makes of
major appliances. Sales
of good used appliances
with warrantees.
Call Harvey al 886-9959
Located next to
Patra Pizza on Hwy 101
Sales - Service ol reconditioned
major appliances A large selection and warranty Bjorn 885-7897.
Decorators own lurniture - 'Sty-
tut' sofa 4 loveseat. tastefully
neutral w/matching toss cushions,
near new camel back style, good
1983 -18 t/2 It. RV, exc. cond.,
will suit small truck, $7500. 883-
1194. «39w
45 gallon wine lermenter, $25.
883-9931. #39w
Waterproof mattress, 36' wide,
$20; box spiing, $10. desk, $45.
886-9233 «39c
Sound experitnetd, goll balls,
$75/100.885-4539. »39w
AC225 welder, $275: cement
mixer, $275; trailar (hunting),
$300; aluminum boal. $350. 885-
0605 #39w
Moving sale - bdrms., dining rm.,
etc. etc. 865-7676. »39w
Organic prune plums. $.30*. 886-
8225 #38w
Entertainment centre, drawers,
shelves, elc. Black wilh brass trim,
19'TVincl Exc cond, $400 686-
8668 »37c
$5 ea; one baby car stat, $35;
training potty, $10.885-9187. »38c
Bed couch; 4 hp Mercury o/b; 10'
table saw; router table; handsaw:
B4D Workmate. 885-5702.   »38c
14II. aluminum boat, 15 hp motor.
$800.883-9107. #38c
40 ft. trusses with 23 ft. garagt,
512 pilch. 8864201. #38c
Fresh frozen blackberritt, 885-
9734. #37w
5 hp chipper / shredder, $400 obo.
885-3602. ss
Moving: 12 cu. It. freezer. $200;
Leading Edge computer, all software, complete w/printer, $1000
obo; blue couch 4 chak, 2 yrs. ok),
$800 obo; queen size btdroom
suite, $600; barbaque, $100;
microwave $100.885-0397. #37w
Sand, gravels. Reasonable rates.
885-5070. Doug #37w
$!6/yd Delivery available. 885-
9666. #37w
or M/O along with photo to P.O.
Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON tVO.
Pis. allow 6-8 wks. lor delivery.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. tins
Programming subscriptions.
Grttn Onion Earth Station
Garden Mulch Hty $3.50
Whole ottt10c/lb
Ctll Bttwttn 12-1pm
'82 Toyota auto trans. 5 dr. sedan,
new brakes, excellent tires 4 running gear. $2200.886-9852, pager
1-977-6051.    . #39c
'82 Volvo station wagon, 5 spd.,
new exhaust system. Runs good.
$1500.8864096. SS
'82 Ghia Capri, 52000 kms on
rebuilt engine, $2200 obo. 886-
2289. #39w
'82 Renault 5, runs well, needs
work, $300 obo. 885-4571.  #37w
82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6
cyl. aulo. Very good condition.
$2500. Call 8884366. ss
'82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new
clutch, brakes, $3100.886-8032.
'77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new
tkes, lull box. Good cond. $2600  Very fast 17 fl. Silverline 115
obo. 886-4850 ss   Me'C power trim, stainless prop,
garage kept, new trailer, Lowrance
78 Jeep 3.12 dill. F.-R. 4 speed
tran transfer case. 885-4098. #39c
78 Dodge p/u, 6 cyl. auto, canopy,
runs great, economical. $900 olio.
8854708. #38c
79 Landcruiser, diesel, 8000 Ib.
warn winch, warn hubs, new
exhausl, $6500 obo 886-7800. ss
79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,   hours. Exc. cond. Sounder, skis,
auto., looks and runs excellent,  ste jackets, $11,500.886-9452.
2 person fibreglast kayak, all
equipped, good cond. $2400.885-
7645 st
22' Heavy tg Davidson double
ender. Single cylinder Faryman
diesel. $9500 lirm. 885-9068    tt
41' houseboat. Fridge, ttovt,
showtr, holding tank, btdroom,
drttsing room. $7500 obo. Ph
eves, 886-9014 ss
12' aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b
  _ motor, $1800 (km. 886-9049.    tt
19 Bayliner Capri Bowrider (88). 22 1/2 „ Doub|, Eag|, c B
130 hp i/o galvanized trailer. Low  35o;280 bai,bag VHF loundtr,
$23,000,815-3448 tl
soundei, many extras. Hate to
sell! $6,500 firm. 885-3604.     ss
1990 16 ft. Canaventure. c/w 115
hp Merc o/b, ski bar, full canvas,
d/sounder. exc. cond. $11,900
obo. 885-9540. #39w
$4995 obo. 886-7099.
80 4x4 3/4 ton Ford. Needs work.
$500 lirm. 886-3735 alter 5 pm.
'82 Plymouth Reliants (2 cart),
running cond., $400 obo 885-7897
Save the high cost. I will beat any
written estimate on the Coast.
For into. 8854531. #37w
J    SKOOKUM    •
!    CHRYSLER    |
15 hp Johnson o/b and tank Good
cond. $600. Aluminum gas tank
lor boat w/luel gauge. 19'w, 17
1/2' h, 60' long. 26 gallons. 886-
8545. #39w
Four Necky Tesla single kayaks.
$1700 includes all gear, 1 Necky
Tolino double kayak, $2400,
includes all gear 883-2062   #39c
Classy 16 It. wooden cabin cruiser, with newly rebui 80 HP elec.
'82 GMC High Sierra, 300 k on start, Mtrcury O/B, V berth, tarp,
rebuilt Irans. Need brake/body pumps, lire ext.. etc. Best Offer by
woik, loc. in Sechelt. $750 obo. 1- Sepl. 30. Lv. mess. 921-7615.
874-7961. #37w  View red railing dock Horseshoe
Bay. #39w
'81 International 5 ton, propane,
mechanically certified. Best offer
#38w " hade '<" 'mailer truck. 885-
3506 ss
'   Rental Cars
'84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.
1 WT 886-3493 ■ 886 6204 SS
I «■*_ ______ _l  	
Multi-utt cuts... Great lor hauling lirewood, parcels, pails, you
name #! Two-wheeled, heavy wirt
desk. $20 886-8072.
Double bed. $100. dresser. $40;
round table. 4 chairs, $125; moun-
,„, .,..  ,___   tain bike. $60,10 spd bike. $50;
back support new was $1900. sell   12 spd. b*e, $30, desk/chair, $25;   """•• '<** "*»• »M •• Hu"V'
$850; coordinating btsqut-pearl  **** «n ««■«>« «*•   Quan,l,ies are hmM' See al
solid oak conttmporary butltt
w/glass door hutch, new $1995.
sell $1200; black laquer 4 gold
sponged designer Ming chak, was
$750, at new $400 885-0271.
Grandlathei clock Irom Germany,
oak, many features. 3 chimes
8664550 ss
One large upright Ireezer. $150
8853509 «39c
We mahefiimlture.
We can tin Ihe bard pam
if ynu are matting
your null.
IM4 SMmount Way, QIMont
Frvslt  iSvcrhecsfitsct
$1.00 Ik
Open Wed AWeetentta
r.87J Mason N(l HMTi-.iriOU
Sklar sola bed and swivel rocker.
$375;loveseat.$125 885-7624
1977 Chev 3/4 Ion p/u and It fl.
camper, $1000,18 tt. Roadway
travel trailer. $550, Troll Gurdirs.
$200; 40 ft sleel lamp post. $300.
885-6869 »39c
Futon mattress. $50. small dresser, $40.886-9543 #39c
English style pram or dtluxt
Sears stroller Bolh exc. cond. $75
ea 886-7907 #38c
One large upright Ireezer, $150.
885-3509 »38w
Sechelt Coast News office, 5721
Cowrie St or Gibsons Coasl News
office (behind Dockside Pharmacy). Mon-Fri., 9 5 pm. tfn
Wash your boat or vehicle with no
water Cleans, wait, polishes and
protects. For Irtt demonstration.
8854923. «37w
Hewlett -Packard Laser Jet printer,
new condition, hardly used, $600
obo 886-4588. #38w
Molas - authentic - to al $50 each.
Perfect for Christmas, etc. 886-
7214 tfns
TRUCK      n
10   j
84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S
std„ 1 owner, txc. cond. $3495
lirm. Call 885-3943 and laavt
messagt. ss
64 Ciown Victoria auto, o/d, d/1.
ac, textras, $2950.885-9648  ss
1923 Modtl T, 350 LT-1 dual
lours, tunntl ram, ex-show, veiy
last, head turner. $12,000 obo or
pt. pymenl. on boat suitable lor
charter. 886-7704. ss
'67 Muslang Coupe, Maroon,
beige vinyl rool and inlerior. 289
V8 A/T, P/S, consol, 54,000 orig. 1
85 Pontiac Sunbird, standard
transmission, good mechanical
condition. $1500 obo. 8860200.
'85 GMC 3/4 ton p/u w/canopy, lull
trailer hook-up. 51,000 mi. $6500.
883-9272 #37c
85 Ford F150 XLT. ext. cab.
canopy. 351. s/new parts, gd.
cond. $6900 8854109. tt
'85 Nssan Ext Cab P U. 5 spd.
good cond. $1950.886-3642   ss
'88 Dodge 3/4 ton 4x4. exc. cond..
18 fl. Hurston. 125 hp Merc, new
battery, built-in tank, runs great.
$1800 886-3273 SS
1990 25 hp Johnson 4 tank w/new
spare prop 4 manual, exc cond.,
$1500 obo; lish-on swivel lold
down seat. $45; anchor roller
(new). $60 Brian. 885-0876 or
665-4660 (38c
Boat trailer wanted lor 17 It surf
Whaler 885-7594. #38w
16' K4C w nailer 50 Merc, tarp,
soundei, $5500 obo 886-3036.
New trailer, 3000 lb cap. $2500.
8854621 tt
Wanltd: Clatsic woodtn runabout. 886-2738. ss
19 tt. Campion hard lop, cuddy
cabin, full canvas. Powered by
898 Mercruiser fresh water cooled
5 litre V8/198 HP. Very kw houn,
used mostly lor mooching. Perfect
cond., dean inside 4 out, $9500
obo. 885-5025 ss
Heavy duty 50'float ramps built to
suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.     ss
18 It. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.
Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 683-
2297. st
22 Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc
leg, convertible hardtop and canvas. VHF, fithllndtr, trtiltr,
$12,000. Will consider part trade.
685-4019. tt
24' work / pleasure boat, l/g on
wood, exc. cond, zero hours on
rebuil 318, new ex manifolds, ntw
s s. shaft, wiring, painl. Full price
includes dinghy, oars. 9 hp motor.
$7900 883-2990 SI
25 It. Remeii depth sounder, good
mech condition $9000 obo. 886-
4870 St
Heavy duty 50 float ramps bull to
suit 883-2610 ot 883-9290.     tl
'85 Pony, excellent wotk car, runs
well. $1300. Phone 885-9528.
•38c   low mileage $8,000 885-8849. ss  25x50 ft. boat house for sale Will   27'Concorde f.g cabin cruiser
house 45 It. boat Location Dukes
Marina. Secret Cove. $28,000
obo. Bus 888-1455. Res 572-
4282. #38w
85 Ford Tempo GL, s/toot. c/con-
no! A/C, many extras, exc. cond.,
$3900.885-4755. #39w
86 Chev stn. wgn.. running cond.
$3,200 obo. 8850641.        «37c
Mahogany bdrm set, highboy, twin  owner miles. Little rust. $8800 or
beds, dresser, mattresses box   will Irade for 16-21 ft O/B run
'89 Ford F250. 351 ci. 5 spd.
45.000 miles, visor, roll bar, lull
aluminum box liner, new paint,
transler case, ball joints 4 tire rod
ends $10.500.886-0389 Chris
'89 Z-71 stepside 4x4. lully
loaded, must sell 886-7484     ss
) Bronco II XL silver. V6 5 sp
318 Chrysler lib. radar. VHF. CB,
soundei, compass, tlttpt 4.
Excellent condition. Ready to
cruise $17.800.886-7240.       ss
spring; maplt glider chair 4   about 885-4031
ottoman, teak hutch 885-7519.
86 OWs Ciera Brougham, loaded  cass„ clean 4 comlortable, $9800
plus disc playet. $5795.886-7150    885-2133 It
ss    —
Full length beige raincoat, as new.
size 12 886-9346 137c
'68 Firebird, big block 400 Munci 4
spd ml Hurst shifter. Eatons Limited slip rearend $2000 obo 866
3349 ss
87 Honda CRX, 5 spd
cond. $4900 886-7761
'93 Chev SIO Tahoe V6. extended
cab. low mileage $12,500. After 5
pm. 886-9574 «37w
Sunshine Coast Power dc Sail Squadron
Classes in Gibsons 8t Sechelt
Starts Tuesday September 13
Roy Boutilier 886-7168
Centra Gas 885-6117 26. Marine  29. Wanted to Rent I For Rent  Halfmoon Bay/  Pender Harbour  34. Help Wanted  35. Business &  Home Services  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30 40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evimudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.       tin  Forced lo sell, luxurious fibreglass  Foice 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 It.  of craftmanship, world traveller  Fudge , slove microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, freezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, great galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weather tax, FM and ham radios.  inboard computers and much  more. Great condition, will consider real estate trade $210,000  Herb Ciaig 886-2277. ss  27. Mobile Homes  Pad lor rent lor single wide trailer.  886 2887 #38c  2 bdrm mobile. 12x70, l/s, w/d,  deck & workshop Oil beat #4,  1416 North Rd. 886-9581.     ��37c  12x70 1973 Leader 2 decks,  appliances? $19,500 8850225  eves ss  1971 lamplighter, 14x60', 2 bdrm  w/2 extra rooms added Carpeled,  ijood cond . 4 appl $24,500 at  Sundance Park 986 0459       ss  1 1/2 yr I4'x70' mobile in Ike-Ion  Park 12'x14' workshop. 16x24'  carport. 14x36' sundeck. 78x132'  landscaped lol. $87,900 Musl  see 885-4194 ss  Responsible couple w/two matuie  sons would like to rent 3 bdrm  house, possibly acreage ASAP  536-3770 collect #39w  Couple seekng 3 bdrm {or 2 bdrm  *) house lo lease by Oct/Nov 1  Acreage, privacy S reas. rent  would be nice. 886-2576     #37w  31. For Rent  2 bdrm older watertront. Seima  Park, $650  4 bdrm lurnished RediooHs, Lease  $800.  2 bdrm lurnished, Tuwanek, S700  4 bdrm furnished, lease, Norwest  Bay Rd., $900  2 bdrm suite. Cowrie, $650  4 bdrm older waterfront Seima  Park, $750  Small waterfront Redrooffs, lease,  lurnished. $500  COMMERCIAL  1900 square loot workshop.  power, hoist, compressor, Sechelt,  $800  SUSSEX REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGMENT  DAVE AUSTIN 885-3295  ��35c  28. Motorcycles  1990 DR350 Suzuki Enduro.  10.000 km, mint cond., garage  kept. 1 owner. $3,300 obo. 885-  3604. ss  WANTED Used back tire tor CR,  size 4 60-18, hub & everything.  883-9018. #37c  1991 Harley Davidson, 883, 6000  kms, saddle bags & windscreen  mini cond., $6500.885-7978 #39w  1985 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new. 20.000 km.  $3.500.886-4616 alt. 7 pm.     ss  1984 Honda 750 Nighthawk. Exc.  running cond., $1900 886-7813  days. #38w  29. Wanted to Rent  Responsible woman. 38, lor  Sechet! area, Oct. 1 Collect. 604-  738-6540 Calrina. #39c  Waterfront cottage between Davis  Bay and Gibsons lor professional  couple No kids, no pels, non-  smokers. Renl not to exceed  $750/mo Refs available. 886  3683 #38c  Gibsons aera. Working woman  wilh dog needs small cottage or  suite lor October. Reasonable  rent. 886-9531. ��38w  Young local lemale professional,  quiel. responsible and conscientious, seeking to housesil/rent  your Rbts. Ck. home throughout  winter Rets avail 885-2573 ��38w  Long lease 3 bdrm suite, ocean  view, between Sechelt & Egmont.  by s" lot couple Seclusion preferred 9562272 ��38c  HOUSES  Upper Gibsons. 2 bdrm townhome  with W/D, $775 plus utils  Upper Gibsons, 2 bdrm town-  home with W/D and fireplace.  $675 plus utils.  Lowor Village 2 bdrm house, w  w/d, properly is zoned com mer-  cial so has varied applications are  possible. Current residential renl  at $650 plus utilities  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm house,  $650/mo plus ulil.  APARTMENTS  Apartment, central Gibsons, 1  bdrm. and den, W/D, $575 plus  ulils.  Two ��� three bedroom apis renl  includes heal S hot water $650 i  $675. no pets.  Aparlment, central Gibsons. 1  bdrm. and den. W/D. $525 plus  utils.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  For Rent  Gibsons/Langdale  One year old 3 bedroom house  and many extras. Avail. Nov. 1/94  References required $1200. 886-  0069 #42w  ROOM AND BOARD  Excellent meals. Includes private  entrance and space. Furnished  lounge. TV. utilities, laundry incl.  View New. bright, clean. N/S.  $575/mo 886-8588 #39w  Spacious suite, t bdrm turnished.  f/p. shared w/d, n/s $600/mo. util  incl 886-4608 #39w  1 bdrm apt rural setting Hydro,  cable included $550/mo. 886-  8001, Thurs. to Sunday. 8 - 10  am #39w  Woodcreek Park 2300 sq ft., 3  bdrm, 2 level home. Swimming  pool & many extras Rels. Avail  Oct 1 $1100/mo. 984-7835  ��39c  I have a comlortably furnished,  peaceful and charming 2-level  home in Gibsons (3 minules to  beach) where I spend my weekends The house has vaulted ceilings, 2 balhs, new kitchen, w/d,  sound system, cable, hardwood  floors, large deck wilh ocean view,  etc I am seeking a n/s roommate.  I appreciate a lidy and clean  space and I am proud ol my environment. Rent $500 per month  includes utilities. References and  deposit required Call 604-683  0462 (Vancouverl no laler lhan 10  pm #39w  1 bdrm suite, Reed Rd. $400/mo  886-7261. ��39w  Long term 2 bdrm home pastuie.  sm barn, cable incl $795/mo  886-8128 #39w  Office or warehouse space for  rent About 1500 sq ft Avail Ocl  1,$580/mo 886 3218 #39w  2 bdim 2 bathroom plus den  townhouse, wood burning F/P.  next to shopping and schools  $675/mo 942 8708 01 220-5546  #39w  Roommate wanled to shaie 2  bdim home. $300/tno incl util  8660662 #39C  Cosy Gianthams cottage, I BR  view. Pels OK $500/mo. Also,  bottom Gibsons house, view, 2  ims, bath, kitchenette, $400/mo.  886-8504. #39c  Avail. Sepl. I: Small lurnished or  partly futnlshed house, waterside  of Gower Pt, Deck w/view, w/d,  back yard needs upkeeping, 1  bdim 8 den oi office. N/S.  $750/mo. 886-2362. #39c  Avail. Oct. 1, cenltal Gibsons, 2  bdim main Iloor ol house, n/s,  $675/mo. Rels. 876-9370.    #38c  1 bdrm. basemenl suite. Level  entry Gianthams Landing, minutes  to beach and terry, on bus route.  Appl 8 hydro incl.. $500/mo. Refs.  ieq. Avail. Oct. 1 oi possibly sooner 8860692 no calls afler 8pm.  #38w  Blight new 1 bdim. suite, self-contained, full kitchen, full balh,  shared laundry, lovely quiet area.  Close to mailna, bus route. Suit  professional single oi couple.  Good tefs. a must. Avail. Oct. 1,  $500/mo. plus utils. 886-4620 altei  6pm. #38w  2 bdrm. apt. central Gibsons.  Hydro and cable nol included, skylight, newly painted, $595/mo.  886-7018. tfn  Central Gibsons, lumished, blight,  spacious, 1 bdim. basement suite,  avail, immed.. $450/mo. 886-2684  Ol 574-4040. ��38w  New 2 bdim condo. near all services and school Ocean view, 3  appl. Immediate possession.  $650/mo. 886-2247, 1-255-0651  colled. #38c  3 bdim uppei Iloor. close to mall,  quiet, some view, sunny, avail,  immed $675/mo.8850286. #38c  Avail. Sepl. 1, Lowei Gibsons, 2  bdrm suite with view. 4 appl. ap  $650/mo 596-1669 #37*  Wateiview, 3 bdim, 2 bath, eat in  kitchen, 5 appl, laundiy, gaiage (3  yi old duplex). $875/mo. 298-  5215. H7w  Basement suite, view ol Gibsons  Harbour; n/s, n/p, new cai^'ts  one laige bdrm, gas l/p. he.it 8  light inc! $650/mo. 886-7037.  #37w  RV site lot tent, Sepl. 1,$lS0.ino  * ulil Quiel area, near North Rd  983-3185 lv. message.       03 7w  Attractive new 2 bdim, lowei Gibsons, neai beach, w/d, vacuum,  n/p Avail Sepl. I. $850/mo. Rels  263-5667. #37w  2 bdim mobile 12x70, l/s. w/d,  deck & woikshop. Oil heal #4,  1416 Noith Rd. $625/mo. 886  9581. ��3/c  Waterfront available year-round  Hopkins Landing. 2 bdrm., 2 b,ilh.  lamily room, newet kitchen, sky-  lights, 5 appls, covered deck, cai  port, gaiden Incl cable, S80i)  886 4044 #38*  Granlhams 2 bdtm waterlront cottage, avail Sept. 15. - June '  $550/mo 886-7034 lv mess. *37c  Laige I bdtm suite incl. small  spare room. cosy, clean, conve  nient location Refs. req'd  $400/mo. 686-9326. #37c  2 bdim bungalow. Waterfront,  near Langdale Terminal. F/P, electric heat, fully turnished (incl. appl,  dishes, bedding, etc). Suitable foi  couple Avail. Sepl. 1/94 - June  30/95. Ren! $650/mo. * ulil.  Please phone 866-2089.      #37c  Hopkins watertront, 3 bdrm. suite.  Lowei level, fully self-contained.  laige living rm., W/D, avail. Ocl 1-  15. $650/mo. 886-8282 Ol 968-  1624. #39*  Langdale - 2 bdim. suile, lw.  duplex, view, close lo school and  lerry. 866-4979 or 1-432-9879.  ��39w  2 bdrm. basemenl suite. View,  quiet, walk to ferry. Own entrance  S deck. $575/mo. t ulils. N/P, N/S  886-7490. #38*  The Westport 1 & 2 bdtm. view  apts., opposite Gibsons Marina.  Private palio. Lovely view. Quiet &  secure, new building, laundry.  $590-8750 686-3420. #38w  3 bdrm. duplex, appliances, central location, $600/mo. 866-7712  eves. #38w  1 bdrm. apt. avail, as ol Oct 1.  Very special w/4 new appliances.  Secluded, waterlront, 5 min. from  Langdale ferry, $650/mo. all utils  incl. 886-9025. #38*  1 8 2 bdim apts. $440 8 $480.  Call Dean at 886-8073.       #39w  Waterfront condo, ground floor.  Garden palio on the seawalk, 2  bdrms., 2 lull baths, like new, N/P,  $950/mo. 657-8828. #38w  Charming 2 bdrm. view house on  Seaview Rd., Gibsons. Avail.  Sept. $750/mo. Call Tom 985-  2564. #38w  Avail Oct I. cenlral Gibsons Fur  nished bachelor suite, N/S, N/P,  ulils Incl. Rets ieq $425.mo. 886-  4862 #36w  For Rent  Roberts Creek  Roberts Creek waterfront, Oct. 1 ���  May/June '95 3 bdrm doublewide,  2 balhs, 5 appliances, some furniture Rels teq'd, n/s $775 plus unities 886-3930 Ive. message.  #39w  2 bdtm collage, on shaied acie,  l/s Pal 886-4003 weekdays only.  #39w  3-4 bdrm panabode, 6 appl, lovely  lol olf Lowei Rd. N/S a must. N/P.  Rels. please. $900/mo. futilities  Sally oi John a! 926-1524.    #39c  2 bdim turnished cottage, weekly  oi monthly Robeits Cieek, 8B5-  9297 #37w  For Rent  Sechelt & district  These ads appear in more lhan 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669-9222.  $225  $4 00 each additional wxd  376  lor 25  words  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILTIrom  $795 ENGINE  reman utacturelromS995.  6 months to pay 6 Year  120.000 warranty. 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UVESTOCK  OSTRICH. FOUR-WAY  I partnership dissolving. Al  I breeds   available.   4  Breeder Pairs $35,000  USD. yearling trio. 1994  I chicks  Exceltont bleed-  ers/producors 1-800-484-  9734 (Pause)2727 or  1(509)226-0454  Newman Lake, Washing-  ' ton (USA)  MISCELLANEOUS  CLEARCEDAR1X4.1X6,  1X8, 2X4. 2X6. 2X8.  . Approx 15,000 FBM.  , some air dried, lough or  planed Will soil all or part  (604)842 5660  ($34,900 001 THIS IS Not  A Mlspnnt - $34,900 lull  price lor a very rxo 3-  bedroom 1200 so,.It.  (.bsrntj 'clear title'  townhouse in Granlsle,  B.C. overlooking beauliful  Babine Lake An Ideal  snowbird's location - outdoor paradise. $15,000  down $250/mo pnclpe  only payments lot one  yoarwithnozoro interest.  Hurry, there are only '7'  lell. D.H. Fredenksen  (604)338-6622. Grande  Isles Resort 1 800-661-  6577  RECREATIONAt LAND  Fot Sale by Ownet. Small  lots to large acreages.  Oceanlront, taketront,  streams, ranchland - located thtoughoul BC.  Terms availabte. Flee brochure. Niho Land ft Cattle  Company Ltd. 521-7200.  NO DOWN PAYMENT.  New2BR Condo Projects  ParKsville or Choma-nus,  Vancouver Island Rent-  To-Own $1250/M1h.  Builder direct (6041754-  2323, Evenings (604)752-  2124,  SERVICES  WE TAKE The Fear Oul  01 ICBC Mi.' ICBC in-  juryclaims.JoolA Wener.  trial lawyot lor 25 yoars.  Calllroe 1-800 665 1138.  Contingency leer Simon  Woner f. Adlpt  2 bdrm new condo, l/s, $800/mo.,  1 cat allowed, n/s. 885 9234 #39w  Latge 3 bdtm house, level w/l,  sauna, piivate what!. $1800/mo.  1604-222-3491, Jason       039w  Waterlront home, 2 bdtm, 1/2  basement, FP. W & D, freezer  Fully furnished or unfurnished. No  pels. Rels preferred Avail. Oct. 1.  SBOO/mo 885-2620 eves       039c  Remodelled 2 bdrm. house, near  maiina, $S50/mo. Oct. 1. 1-604-  936-4455. ��39w  Comlortably lurnished downstairs  2 bdrm. suite, 1/2 bl. from beach;  N/P, N/S. utils incl., $400/mo 885-  4508. 039w  2 bdrm. house w/4 appliances,  carport. Centrally located, avail.  Oct. t. $725/mo Ask lot Ken  Hughes 885-3733.9-5pm    #37w  2 bdim. main floor ol house, LR,  DR, 3 appl, use of W/D. carport.  Avail, immed. $750/mo. plus 2/3  hydro Security deposit 885-3165.  ��39w  Davis Bay, neat beach, latge 1600  sq. ft. 3 bdtm house, 2 baths, l/p,  lenced yard, $795/mo. Oct. 1.  885-4862 or 520-3200.        ��39c  Latge 2 bdrm apt. ��� utility room,  ocean view, rh, n'p, tefs, please.  Avail. Oct. t.S635/mo. 835-5143.  039c  Biowning Rd Wilson Cteek Avail  immed., cozy, clean, 2 bdim  house. 4 appl.. f/p, $750/mo.  Looking foi reliable long lerm tenants. Refs please. 865-3433. 039c  3 bdrm. house, overlooking Trail  Isl., hoi tub, W/D included, Refs.,  Avail. Sept. 30, $875/mo. 750 sq.  ft. heated shop / storage w/ovei-  head dooi optional. 885-5143.  038w  3 bdim���den townhouse, fabulous  view, adult oriented, avail, immed.  S800/mo. 685-6380. ��38c  Small w/f home in village. Suit 1 -  2 peisons, n/s. n/p. $800/mo. 1-  261-4331. #37w  Laige ground level suite avail. Oct.  1.2 bdim, 5 appl., suitable lot  quiet couple. N/P. N/S. $585/mo. t  t/2 util. Open house Tues., 7:30-9  pm, Sat 10 - noon. 865-2995.  5603 Wakefield Rd. 037w  1 bdrm w/f self-contained apartment, avail. Oct. 1. N/S. N/P.  $400/mo. ��� share mil., w/d. 885-  0606. ��37w  Immaculate 2 bdrm rancher in  Wesl Sechelt. All appl. inci. w/d.  S825/mo Sept. 1. Call Diane to  view 686-2670. 037c  Waterfront home, 3 bdtm.. 2 balh.  fum. it desired, 6 appl., Oct. 1 May  31, 5850/mo, exc. refs. req 885  2842 or 736-3638. ��38w  2 bdtm. waterfront home in Davis  Bay, $775/mo. Rels. ieq. Mr.  Vaughan 885-1986. #38*  View home. Sandy Hook, 2 bdtm  4 loll 2 balh, n/s. n/p, rets  SSOO/mo. 274-2840. #37c  Halfmoon Bay /  Pender Harbour  Irvine's Landing: 1 bdtm lumished  cottage, ocean view Avail Oct. 1  to Match 31 $400/mo ��� hydro.  683-9403 or 1-604-940-1559  ntw  Redrooffs Rd. walerftont, beautiful sunsets, 2300 sq. ft. 3 - 4  bdtms, 3 baths, f/p In maslet bed-  room, large carport. 5 appl Sum-  mer moorage. Pets neg., n/s.  $1100/mo 885-0778 #38c  Gunboat Bay. watertront 3 bdtm.  dock, W/D S800;mo w/dlscount  683-902901687-7628. 1140c  Secret Cove, 2 bdtm lutn town-  house. 6 appl., n/p, avail.  $650/1110.594-9310. #38c  1 bdim suite. $425/mo Includes  heat. Avail immed 883-2825  ��38c  Madeira Patk. 3 bdim home. 5  appl. $750/mo. 278-0898.     038c  Waterlront. 1 bdtm cabin, 1/s,  laundiy, elect heat, avail Sept I,  $40O/mo t deposit 883-9446  #37w  Chaiming 1 bdtm pl/tutn. w/1 collage, lovely swimming beach,  huge bnghl loft foi exlta bdim /  study, n/s, n/p, $600/mo. t util  Sept. - June. Suitable tot responsible, quiet piol or couple. 885-  1912. 037c  1 and 2 bdim condos, turn., f/p  and view. Secret Cove. 885-8831.  ��37c  2 bdim. ttailet on ptivate. sunny lol  neai all amenities, $425/mo. 885-  4514 038w  Gunboal Bay. 3 bdtm, dock, w/d,  $900/niu lease 8857426 ot 687-  7828. K37C  Vacation Rental - 4 bdtm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, toad access,  $850/week,8B5-5157. ss  32. Commercial  For Rent  Store space, 1420 sq. ft avail.  Oct. t, 5639 Cowrie St.. Sechell  885-9087. #37w  300 sq ft olfice space foi renl in  professional building in Gibsons,  on 800 block of Sunshine Coasl  Hwy. Available immed. For further  information conlacl 885-5736   tfn  GIBSONS LANDING  721 Winn Rd.  650 sq.ft.  Commi"ctii syaco available  Oct 1st. Can be used as  offices or medical purposes  Veiy reasonable tales  Call Lanka  885-3007  Retail/Office space downlown  Sechelt, approx 5000 sq. It., main  Iloor. Call Marg at NRS Sechelt  Realty Ud, lor details, 885-2235tin  Oceanview furnished office avail,  lot lent by the day oi open to special requirements. Located in  iriendly, relaxed Prolessional  Building in Gibsons Landing. Full  secretarial services 4 receptionist  avail. Call 886-3320 ot fax 886-  3270 tin  -604-737 6081  886-7018  & Omega Restaurant  NOW HIRING  Friendly People!  Servers ��� Hosts  Coffee Bar ��� Bakers  apply In person  S81 Gowf r Pt ltd ��� Gitnom undlns  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752ot865-9863 ttn  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. ttn  1100 sq. It. industrial/commercial  fot lease. Wilson Cteek. No triple  nel.  1022 Sq II. retail/office space.  Sechelt. Lease hold improvements  negotiable,  NRS Sechelt Realty Ltd.  185-909}  I need help expanding my 15 yt  old debt-tree business Motivated,  positive bilingual individuals.  Spanish, European languages,  Korean. Cantonese. Mrs. Young,  toll Itee, 1-976-6244, *37w  Part lime house cleaning. Applicants musl be willing lo woik hard,  must have own phone and cat and  be available Mon.-Fti. Phone  Cathy 886-4660. ��39w  INSURANCE  Level I of II licence with petsonal  lines, Autoplan & computet expeiience. Contact Dorothy Lupel, Sunshine Coasl Insurance Agencies  Ltd., Trail Bay Mall. 885-2291.  #37c  In seatch of expeiienced ptawn  lishetman lo tun 36 It. prawn boat.  886-7484 #41c  Volunteers Needed  The StoryTelling Festival needs  volunteers to assist with lun jobs  such as ushering, hospitality, merchandising, food seivice and  more. * Community Kitchens is  looking lot an assislant to help  organize a monthly communal  cooking session and lo plan and  publicize the ptogtam. ' The  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centie Is  looking lot seniots who aie interested in learning how to give educational sessions to studenls at  local schools.' A lemale 'buddy'  who loves music and choir is  needed to accompany a woman to  shows in Sechell. * Assistants  Interested in youth aie needed lor  the Gibsons Youth Centie some  evenings or weekends. Contact  the Sunshine Coast Volunteet and  Information Centre 885-5881.  #37w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Kiwanis Village located on Kiwanis  Way in Gibsons is a care home lot  older adults. The caie home  needs volunteers to enhance the  activity ptogtam. Times and dales  ate flexible to suit your schedule.  Phone Lorraine Gibson, Activity  Coordinator to arrange an appointmenl at 885-5126, local 252. #39w  Assemble llghl products at home.  Excel, income, easy wotk. Call lot  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext. A74. tfn  35. Business and  Home Services  Oil burner service, drain cleaning,  plumbing repairs, Michael 886-  6022 or 686-8083. ��39c  WILL'S WINDOW WASHING  Professional service, reasonabl e  tales. 885-7733. ��39w  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  inrclalUlng in commercial t.  mililmtlal Ratine,  Over 20 years nnpcrlbn  Competitive, prompt service  ��nil IHW-SISII  Look upl Aie youi ceilings dirty?  Don'l painl or replace your tile. I  specialize in cleaning stipple and  T-bar ceilings. For fiee estimates  call 884-5263. #37w  MJJ SIDING  Vinyl and cedai exteriors, soffits. &  lascia. Fied Cocker, 885-6065,  cell. 1-880-1580. ttn  FREE ESTIMATES  For all your sandblasting and  painling needs. Coast Abrasive  Blasting 883-9829. '37c  34. Help Wanted  HAPPY DAYS FAMILY  DAYCARE  P/T helpei lor lamily daycare, 16 -  24 hrs/Week. Own transportation,  chiklsafe. TB test, criminal records  check teq'd. Lisa 885-0470 *39c  Experienced bank teller req'd for  casual on-call relief position.  Experience with cash essential.  Bookkeeper's assistant with computet expeiience in data entry.  Call Sunshine Coasl Employment  Agency, 883-2162 Hn  Elphie's Cabatel is looking for a  DJ. See Chris at Elphie's. Wed. to  Sat., 8 lo 9 pm. tfn  ii hip  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  You name Itl  All projects considered.  Free Estimate!  Firm PrlCM  Relerences available  BRUCEFRASER  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING THE  COAST  FOR 15 YEARS  Journeyman wilh 15 yrs. experience available lor all aspects ol  carpentry, Iraming, renovations,  additions S linishing. Also, avail.:  framing crew. Conlact Peter 885-  9349. ��39c  !/��  :;^m  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  Noiwmlcr, NoCliimnry!  Dralrr for Jamrnlown  Knvinifirr, TrmprM  Avrnl  (Mi, 88.-.-,-. I.".:t  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Rerooling and repairs, our specially. Fot a FREE estimate, call Al.  865-1269. ��39c  BOB'S YOUR PAINTER!  Ouality workmanship, reasonable  rates, satislaction guaranteed.  865-4804. ��39w  VERSATILE TRACTOR Co  * Excav.itcr  m Bobcal with Landscape Rake  # Fencing & Landscaping  jJ4S     Dan Plows f*  'BS|k 886-2485 v  'boi  Dt Betget's office in Sechelt has a  full time position available foi an  energetic enthusiastic certified  dental assistant Ottho module  preferred. Send lesume to Box  1100, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0 #38c  Vancouver manufacture! wishes to  relocate production lo Coast. Interested in connecting with seam-  sttesses with powei machine and  leather product experience. Lonsdale Leather Crafts. 985-2298  ���36c  KNIT WITS DESIGNS now hiring  expeiienced INTARSIA knitters.  Call 886-6904 for appt. Bung sample ot work lor 1st interview. ��38w  Gramma's Pub has openings foi  fioot staff Knowledge ol "Squirrel*  an asset Apply with tesume lo  Michele at Grammas Pub. Wed -  Sat days No phone calls please  *38w  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping between mainland t. Sunshine Coast. Consliuc-  tlon ta agriculture supply our specially.  DUMP RUNS  Will remove anything, anywhere,  anytime. 886-7774. ��39w  R4BTREESERVKE  Lei the sunshine in! Spital pruning.  thinning, lopping, danger ttee  removal Reasonable tales Fiee  estimates. Fully insured. 885  9190. M2c  Caipentet wilh expeiience In all  Hades All phases ol construction  ot renovation including: lences.  decks, painling All calls promptly  returned Guaranleed 8860044.  Robert ��38c  y>   2   *?  / Brothers \  Construction  (.inn! Quality  Cedar Fencing  Chain Link  Lawn Care Services  CALL  Carey 885-0942  Richard 885-1079  TRADITIONAL DECORATING  Paint ��� Wallpaper  8164425  tfns  TIXW-AY  Mobile Mlllworks Ltd.  Cutem $��i*ltuf  en lilt  Dean 885-4794  COASTLINE FENCING  All Ctdir Wooden Fences  Decks t Porches  a Specialty  Call alter 6pm 886-2215 Bob  Ifns  HELEN'S SEWING  New Hems and tepaits. 14 yrs.  experience. 885-3604.        #39w  Pinecone  Enterprises  European  Craftsmanship  CUSTOM HOMES  RENOVATIONS  AUDITIONS  WINDOW REPLACEMENTS  885-6283  BARRY'S WINDOW CLEANING  SERVICE  Metal and vinyl siding washed,  gullets cleaned. Fiee estimates.  686-3277. #39w  DIRT PEOPLE  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, tewoik old landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low rates,  exc. refs. 886-9593. ��39c  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Quality home builder, forms, framing, linishing. decks, renovations,  call Otew. 685-4557. ��38w  QUALITY CONSTRUCTION  New homes, tenovations, additions, laige ot small. Custom mill  work. Reliable affordable. G 2  Design 4 Construction Graham  885-4857 ��38w  Door Pre-Hang  Service  ��� Sales, Repairs & Installation  of Wood, Metal  & French Doors  ��� Dooi Lites to bnghten  youi entrance  ��� We do custom sizes  SUNCO 885-8889  Aa CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doots, windows, bathrooms Renovation, re-roofing, siding, painting 20 years experience,  reasonable rates.Norman 885-  5111.24 hi. seivice. #38w  Caipel installation and repairs  883-9757. ��38c  BUILT RIGHT  Fences and dicks  Fiee estimales, seniots discount.  886-2298. MBc  DRYWALL- RENOVATIONS  and painling Residential t commeicial. Fiee estimates. 885-  2054. Brian ��38c  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 8664380,886-  0664 eves. lln  QUALITY WOODWORK  Homt Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big oi small.  Foi prompt, quality wotk at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 885-3372 or 685-7169. Hn  1 35. Business &  Home Services  41. Legal  41. Legal  41. Legal  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Dangei Tiee  Removal, Insuted, Guatanteed  Wotk, Ftee estimates 885-2109,  Hn  VILLAGE OFFICE EXTENSION  ma^f our ojjiu your office  Full Secretarial  Services  Answering Service,  Wortl Processing,  Biiuheciiing, Public Fax,  Photocopying & more...  All work handled by  Village ortlcc Extension  Is guaranteed confidential.  Tlie services performed  In our office are kept on  file for your convenience,  or we can send you one  of our insured temporary  stall to assist or relieve  In your oflice.  We're only a phone call away...  721 Winn Rd., Gibsons  886-3320  LAWN A GARDEN  Fiuit tiee pruning and spraying,  gaiden tenovalions, tetaining  walls, hedge tiimming, general  cleanup. Call 886-0180. tin  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, balhs and  showei panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978 ttn  36. Work Wanted  YARD  ATTIC &  BASEMENT  CLEAN-UP  Call for FREE Estimate  886-3309  HfW2SI0Ca Gibsons BCVON IVO  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  & DEMOLITION  Reasonable tates. Quick courteous service. Fiee estimates. 885-  4804. 039w  Carpenter, handyman lor hie. Reasonable rales. Free estimales. Cal  Mike after 6 pm, 686-0323.    039c  House cleaning and house silting,  relerences. bondable. 686-9679.  #37c  Renovating, repairing or adding  on? Certified Journeyman caipen-  ter available lot hire. Biad 886-  8652. 038c  Landscaping - yard maintenance -  ptuning. Reasonable tates. Call  Doug 886-0527. 038w  DRYWALL TAPER  'Save Money!' You board. Ill tape -  15 yis. expeiience. Qualily Service.  885-5564 ��38w  P/T roofer available. Any type ol  rool. 885-6197. #38c  Need help? Can do Bedford, driving, painting, clerking, diywa) taping, cleaning. Sonja 884-5263 037w  EXPERIENCED  CLEANINGLADY  Thorough, trustworthy, use own  supplies, good rels. Rales: W. A  town ot Sechell (local) S9,1ir; other  areas, negotiable. 885-9106. 037w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick. Iriendly seivice. 885-  9694,1-975-0147 toll free pager.  037w  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  watei tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets Call Paul 886-9420 039w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yard maintenance, rotolilling. odd  |obs 885-3917 tins  37. Child Care  Mother ol one would like to look  altei one child, l/l ot Iwo p/t. My  home 885-0563 039w  MORNINGTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  Licensed facility and stall provide  lun. stimulating activities and outings in a watm, eating environment. One lull-lime space tot a  child io 5 yrs available. October 1.  Lisa 866-2203 039c  THE SECHELT PRESCHOOL  has some spaces remaining lor  their 3 - 4 yr. old ptogtam Classes  begin Sept. 12; don't delay, call  885-7212 ot leave message, 885-  3515 ��37w  Desperately seeking daycate in  my Rbts Ck. home lot 2 1/215  yi. old. N/S. own ttans. li rets. req.  885-6213. 036w  Dancing Beat Early Childhood  Centie has fit�� ffl openings lot  children 30 mos to school age. To  register call 885-5607 *38w  Babysit, my house ot yours. 886-  3907. ��37w  LAND DISPOSITION  In the land Recording District o( New Westminster and  siluated in long Ami, Secret Cove.  Take nolice that Randy Wighlman, builder and Anne  Wighlman, Right attendant, Surrey, B.C. have applied  [or a licence o( Occupation of the lollowing described  lands: commencing at a post planted al N!t. comer of  lot 42, Plan 22209, D Lot 2309, New Westminster  Group 1, thence 11 metres northeast; ihence 13 metres  northwest; ihence 11 metres soulhwesl; ihence southeast  along shore to poinl of commencement ond containing  0.0 hectares more or less.  The purpose far which ihe land is required is a private  dock.  Comments concerning ihis application may be made to  Hie Ministry of Environmenl, Lands and Parks, Richard  Webber, Land Officer, #401 - 4��>3 Kingsway.  Bumaby, B.C. V5H 4M4 File 2405844 Coasl Guard  File#8200-T-12668.1  \_,.-.f, Ae~\  Province of British Columbia  PURCHASING COMMISSION  Ministry ol Govornment Swvicei  Offer to Purchase #2190  Misc. Marine Equipment  located at BC Purchasing Commision 4234 Glantad Ave., Victoria  B.C. For Viewing call Eric Quissy al (604) 744-4413. Bids close al  2 p.m.Sepl. 21,1994, removal by Sepl 30,1994. Bids may be  faxed to (604) 387-0386.  bl #1  Remote settling lank 7'1 x 5' W x 4'D c/w tondem axle  Road Runner Trailer 1986 model included are misc. oyster  setting equipment such as 3 - 220 voll, 11.5 wait Water  Healer 37 - plastic coaled wire baskets 20' dia.,  1 diamond chip collector 16" dia., misc., oyster traps  12 - 3'x 3', 2-12'x 12", 43-18'dia. for growing.  14 -12' x 2' Tray Nestor, 2100 Oyster Slakes 3/4" x  18", misc. Buoy 1 ��� 4'L x 2' dia., 27A15", 24 - 6" dia.,  French Tubes 1000 - 40" 750 - 84' tube spacers plus  assarted pieces of plastic net and hose.  bt #2 Aluminum hull herring skiff 24' with Hiab model 225  powered by Honda G200 motor, c/w tandem axle Road  Runner Trailer 1980 model  Lot#3 Boston Whaler 15.3'1980 model, 50 hp Mercury molor  1980 model, c/w single axle Road Runner Trailer  1982 model.  Lot#4 Jaymer Compressor for scuba tank powered by  Briggs & Stratton molar 5 CFM plus accessories.  Lot #5 40 hp Mercury Molor 1978 model.  Lot #6  14" Aluminum loading mail & boom c/w hand wrench  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  37. Child Care  Langdale Day Care  Quality licenced family daycare.  Bright, well equipped w/qualified  supervision. Also tailing registration for fall. 886-7648.        039c  Giggles the Clown songs with her  guitar, balloon animals, magic  puppets, face painting. 883-2514,  4654628. 038w  Child care available In my Langdale home. Shilt woik, etc. (flexibility), TLC. fiist-aid and relerences. 886-4053. 037w  Live-in nanny / housekeeper needed to care lot two small children.  Some experience or training In  working with children with special  needs is prelerred. Must be non-  smoker, have a valid BC driver's  licence and wing to work flexible  hours. Relerences and doctor's  letter required. Phone 888-7956.  #37w  Are you a Teen Mom or  Young Mom and ttiiih lo  return to school, but need  DayCare?  My not call ESPRIT Day  Care and talk to Helen or  leave a message.  886-7739  Mother ol 2, ages 3 8 5, will  babysit my home, f/t. Five yrs.  experience working lor daycare.  Healthy snacks l kindles, arts 8  crafts, lots ol TLC. Rels. avail.  Please call Karen 886-9325. 137c  BETHEL PRESCHOOL  Now accepting regislrations for  Sept. '94. Please phone Bonnie,  885-4689. #37c  38. Business  Opportunities  For sale. Chiropractic / medical  supply co. Woik at home and eam  money. Barry 886-6204. st  I earn $200 a day - spare time  Irom home. You can tool Call 24  hr recorded message lor details  604-360-7906. 037c  NEW IN CANADA!  Tremendous financial opportunity.  Not MLM. Low cost, no risk, no  obligation 604-886-7623.    038w  ���1475 Weekly-  Homeworkers needed to make  stylish beaded earrings, year  round, at home. Into, send a sell-  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT. 829 Norwest Rd,  Sle. 613, Ex. 3003, Kingston  Ontario K7P2N3. 038w  M00SSM Waeklyl Assemble  products at home. Eatyl No Selling! Direct payment Fully Guaranteed. No Expeiience necessary.  Call 24 hn. 1-504-641-7778 ext.  208. 038w  743 Bobcat, 909 backhoe, TK8U  trailer. 1991 -1 ton Fotd diesell  dump. Take over llusiness. 883-  9887. 038w  ^^^||^^^  T II K     S U N S II I N B  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  Request for Proposals  Visitor (Interpretive)  Programs  BC Parks invites sealed proposals for the purpose of providing visitor (interpretation) programs  within: Porpoise Bay Provincial Park.  The Proposal Call Package may be purchased  for a non-refundable fee of $26.75 (GST included) or reviewed, free of charge at the offices indicated below. The fee must be in the form of  cash, bank draft or money order made payable to  the Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations.  BC Parks  Garibaldi/Sunshine District  Alice Lake Provincial Park  Box 220, Brackendale, B.C. VON 1H0  Phone: 8S8-3678  or  BC Government Agent  #102-5710 Teredo Street,  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Information regarding this Request for Proposals  may be obtained from Tom Bell at 898-3678.  A mandatory information meeting will be held at  10 am on September 27,1994 at Porpoise Bay  Provincial Park. Anyone interested in submitting  a proposal must attend this meeting and must  purchase the proposal documents prior to the  meeting.  The deadline for submitting proposals is  3 pm, local time, October 25,1994.  Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks.  MMmmm  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ���  BOX 800, VON 3AO ���  885-1261  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Foreshore Advisory Task Force  Wednesday, September 14th at 10:00 a.m.  Development Services Committee  Thursday, September 15th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, September 15th to follow Development Services  Arts Liaison and Support Committee  Friday, September 16th at 2:00 p.m'.  Sunshine Coast Resource Council  Monday, September 19th at 7:30 p.m.  RECYCLE ��� GYPSUM WALLBOARD  Gypsum Waste is 100% Recyclable! The Sechelt and  Pender Harbour Landfills will soon be taking gypsum waste  to New West Gypsum for recycling.  Why Bemle fiaauml  Landfllled gypsum can produce sulphide which leaches into  ground water, or hydrogen sulphide, a foul smelling gas  which can create a heallh hazard. Gypsum also requires a  lot of space. Approximately 2% of waste generated on the  Sunshine Coast is gypsum wallboard. By redirecting this  material for recycling, we are able to protect the  environment and conserve landfill space in order to extend  the active life of our landfill sites.  Acceptable Gvnium?  ��� Clean gypsum board ONLY (from new construction or  demolition)  The following materials are prohibited:  - gypsum associated with asbestos  - vapour barrier material  - vinyl wall coverings  - metal or plastic corner trim  - drywaller joint filler cartons and pails  - styrofoam, plastics or other contaminants  Fees  Landfill fees for waste gypsum are under review and will be  released soon to cover recycling costs.  For more information, call Cathy Kenny, Solid Waste  Management Coordinator, at 885-2261.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days;  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7 -10 a.m.  ���   Monday, Wednesday, from 7 ��� 9 p.m.  NOT*  MO ______ INC. FRIDAY FVENINC.S  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  ���   Tuesday, Thursday from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTF, NO _______ INC. SATURDAY EVENIMT.S  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  ATTENTION: *PLEASE TURN OFF  ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF  A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  BYLAW 310.44 (FIEDLER BROS.)  FRANK WEST COMMUNITY USE ROOM  7:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1994  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act a  public hearing will be held to consider the following bylaw  of the Sunshine Coast Regional District:  1. Sunshine Coast  Regional  District  Zoning  Amendment Bylaw No. 310.44,1994  The intent of Bylaw 310.44 is lo amend Sunshine Coast  Regional District Zoning Bylaw No. 310, 1987 to  incorporate a new Industrial 4A zone which will  accommodate storage and processing of land clearing  vegetation debris including (i) the recovery of resources  such as pulp mill fuel products, landscape mulch and  silviculture ground cover and (ii) the burning of residual  waste material in conjunction with the recovery of  resources; in addition to uses permitted in the Industrial 4  zone. The intent of Bylaw 310.44 is also to rezone part of  Block 4, District Lot 1657, Plan 4563 from Industrial Four  (14) zone to Industrial Four A (I4A) zone as shown on the  following map:  The public hearing is scheduled to be held at 7:00 p.m. on  Wednesday, September 28, 1994 in the Frank West  Community Use Room, 1224 Chaster Road, Elphinstone.  All persons who deem their interest in property to be  affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded an  opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the bylaw.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed to  be an interpretation of the bylaw. The bylaw and  associated reports may be inspected at the Regional  District Office in the Royal Terraces building at 5477 Wharf  Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours, namely Monday to  Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Thursday and  Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from September 12, 1994 up  to and including September 28, 1994.  Mr. L. )ardine  Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS OF WATER RELATED PRODUCTS  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is planning a forum  for October 15th on Water Resource Management as it  relates to water quality, community water use, and  watershed planning and management. If your firm is  interested in making available information on devices and  methods to conserve water and improve Ihe quality of  water, please contact Sheane Reid or Sieg Lehmann, 885-  2261 by September 26, 1994.  r.  f  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM news  Student  numbers  less than  expected  by Darah Hansen  The school board is aboul 90  students down with a possible 40  to go before the final count of  the 1994/95 school registration  is complete.  In Ihe first week of school ���  which opened Tuesday, Sepl. 6  - an estimated 3,912 students  registered for classes on the Sunshine Coast.  Thai's 88 students less than  the school board had anticipated  for the school year, District Secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson  said in an interview last week.  Anderson said Ihe board  expects another 40 students lo  register in the district by the  beginning of the second week of  classes.  He added while the figures  are relatively fixed at the elementary school level, numbers at  the Coast's three high schools  are still likely to fluctuate.  "Secondary schools historically take a few days to fill up,"  Anderson said.  Anderson said the missing 50  students will mean less money  for the already tightly budgeted  school district ��� at approximately $4,000 per student, the  district stands to lose $200,000  of funds allocated by the provincial Ministry of Education.  To compensate, Anderson  said teaching positions in the  district that have not yet been  filled will'likely remain vacant.  Meanwhile, bussing schedules are still tentative in the district.  Anderson said it takes a while  before ridership on the bus  routes hits a consistent stride  with studenls.  Over half of all students ���  roughly 2,400 pupils ��� are  expected to bus to school on the  Sunshine Coast this year.  Only one extra bus route has  been added in the Halfmoon Bay  aiea to compensate for the influx  of Chatelech high school students living in the area.  Gibsons  gets new  officer  A new police officer will join  the force of the Gibsons RCMP  an official with the provincial  RCMP detachment has confirmed.  Inspector Stuart Cameron of  the Vancouver-based police  headquarters office said Thursday, Sept. 8 one additional  police officer has been allocated  to the Gibsons aiea, bringing the  total number of regular members  at the detachment to 11.  Cameron said the additional  officer has not yet been chosen,  nor has the rank of the position  been determined ��� either constable or a corporal.  The additional officer comes  after a provincial study comparing the size of the local police  force to the local population  showed Gibsons to be short two  officers.  Cameron said the additional  officer assigned lo Gibsons will  come from an area where the  figures in the sludy are more balanced.  "There are no extra (police  officers) oul ihere, that's for  sure," Cameron said.  He added, the new officer  will likely not be in place until  the end of the year.  Meanwhile, Sgt. Rick  Sargeant of the Gibsons detachment said the announcement of  the new officer is a step in the  right direction bul is likely not  enough to bring the department  up to force in an area undergoing  a strong population increase.  Even with the additional body  in place, the department will still  be two officers short, Sargeant  said. 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