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 THE SUNSHINE  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY          * ' ��� 8  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  L   ��� *-��-> ��� ���  SMUTS  raw is  mm  Pat* 11  NOTNXMMRD  Fa* 18  RMBMERWHEN  Paul!  CLASSIFIED  Pa* 18  SEE PAGE 15 FOR BACK  TO SCHOOL SAFETY TIPS  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  l Overlooking the Harbour  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2268  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  September 2,1991     Volume 45     Issue 35  Mixed benefits witlu  restricted licenses  _v Rom Mchohon  I'm making a good living, hut  every year you get a smaller  piece of ihe pie." Pender  Harbour gillnet fisherman Ron  Remmem told the Coast News.  He was referring lo a decline  in the last few years of the  chums fished by many local  fishermen which has forced  them to compete in the already  crowded sockeye fishery.  Added to this is a severely restricted season. Thirty and more  years ago, fishermen could look  forward to a season which  started in early May and was not  over until some lime in  October. In the last few years,  Ihis time lias heen compressed  mainly to July, August and pan  of September,  This year, both commercial  and sports fishermen who have  been used to good summer  catches of coho In the Strait of  (ieorgia have drawn a blank.  For most fishermen, it is the  worst coho year in memory.  Hardest hit have been the  smaller boats who opled some  years ago to choose licenses  which restricted litem to fishing  in the .lull', the fisherman's  term for the Strait of (ieorgia.  The disappearance of the coho  has meant they have had to rely  on chinooks, which are only  now beginning lo recover from  the serious decline of recent  years  The restricted licenses, which  came up for lengthy discussion  when ihe Cruickshank  Commission held one of its  hearings in Pender Harbour this  spring, were initially designed  to give the smaller boats a  relatively free shot at the Gulf  fishing.  Up until then, expliined Dave  Shiitz. Salmon Coordinator for  the Department of Fisheries, the  bigger boats had made a  practice of skimming tlie cream  off the Chinook and coho  fisheries iu the (lull in it e early  spring, and had then continued  on to fish the outside waters  which weather conditions  denied to the smaller boats.  "The restricted licenses were  meant to protect the smaller  boats," he said, "hut it's hard to  say how successful il's been."  In an effort to find some of  the reasons for the exodus of  the coho, the Coast News spoke  to Shut, and Fisheries Media  Relations Officer Dill Morrell.  It appears that Ihe hulk of the  (ieorgia Strait run of coho has  gone around the west coast of  Vancouver Island this year.  Continued otl page 5.  Wilson unveils land use plan  Regional District Director  Gordon Wilson has unveiled a  proposed Forest Integrated Land  Management Plan for the  Sunshine Coast Forest District.  The concept was first discussed  at a Regional District meeting in  February, when Directors gave  Wilson approval to develop the  plan.  Wilson is proposing the development of a working land  management plan for the district  He also advocates an administrative structure for long range  management of the public forest  which will incorporate logging  community and the Forest  Service into a decision making  body in the form of a Sunshine  Coast Forest Resources  Commission (SCFRC) He  stressed tlie importance of developing a conflict resolution  mechanism for matters which  cannot be resolved by the  Commission.  At lasl week's Forest Advisory  Committee (FORAC) meeting  Wilson elaborated on bis pro  posal. Ile said his plan would fit  into ideas expressed iu tlie recently released Peel Forest  Resources Commission report  witli respecl lo tenure allocation  and land use, but not with respect to administrative structure  He is calling for greater local  control from both the community and forest companies on issues such as tenure, water  courses, soil management,  wildlife habitat, road access,  open burning and recreational  use of the land.  Wilson suggests lhat the new  commission be composed of no  more than ten members in order lo avoid unwieldy decision  making processes sometimes evident in larger groups.  "We have to have a mechanism whereby we can start to  assess what is to take place on  both tlie five and ten year planning system, and also on the  Gordon Wilson  longer range plans," he told  FQRAC members.  "This needs a lot of discussion  and thought in terms of impact  on industry and land use. ll has  to lie done ai an early enough  slage so appropriate planning  can be done with respect to the  management of tenure."  He stressed the need for an  accurate inventory in order to  establish a realistic Annual  Allowable Cut (MC).  "There does not seem to be a  comprehensive inventory of timber in this province. On a  smaller scale, that is something  which could be done for litis  district."  Wilson suggests the SCFRC  could he a vehicle for granting  forest tenures consistent with  long range planning hut does  not go as far as advocating that  the Commission rule on the  tenures.  "I frankly don't know if that's  a workable measure." he said.  "It could be a subject for  discussion.  "ll seems to me the Sechelt  Inlet study of tlie Foreshore  Advisory Task Force could Ive a  model. We were ahle to work  together to come up with a plan  which at least accommodated  tlie concerns of most of tlie  people who were there"  Wilson visualizes the SCFRC  as a vehicle for community involvement, with representation  from Forestry, local governments and interested groups.  A conflict resolution mechanism, he said, is essential  "Consensus is a desirable goal,  and in the long term it may he  possible. - hut in the short term.  VfHMt. ��Wt* It Ht*-  Ile went on to say an impor- '  tant function of the commission  would be to ensure that small  local companies were given  equal opportunities with the  major logging interests.  "Tlie wealth of this community is measured in a large part  hy the ability of the people who  live here to go to work. If the  tenures are being granted in  such a way that local contractors are nol gelling an equal opportunity, the health of the  community will suffer"  This year's salmon season is being hailed as slim pickings by fishermen along the west coast  like Han Isle skipper Lance Lacy. Speculation on the reasons why - from the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans, sporilishing enthusiasts, and those who cull a living from the depths -  vary from depleting stocks to weather to politics.  Joel Johnstons- photo  Down on the dumps  Mn. Edith Glende of Sechelt is the tint customer on the  Sunshine Coast to be hooked up to the new natural gas supply. Here, Len Lavender, District Supervisor of Centra Gas,  turns the wrench which opened the flow of gas to Mrs.  Gletidc's home. The 'Clean Choke Program' chosen by Mia.  Glende netted her a rebate of $700 when the switched to  natural gas from her old electric forced air system.  Rose Nicholson photo  by Stuart Burnside  The illegal dumping of  household garbage is a growing  problem on the Sunshine Coast  Mounds of refuse can lie found  at the end of logging roads, in  ditches and almost anywhere,  including along the road to tlie  regional landfill, llie only place  where dumping is allowed  All government bodies contacted by the Coast News recognized ihe problem, Inn none.  from Sechelt's Environment  Committee lo lie's Ministry of  the Environment, had any  solutions.  Alderman Peggy Wagner,  chairman of Sechelt's Environment  Committee,  plates  some of the blame for Ihe illegal  dumping on llie policies ol the  SCRD regarding llie regional  landfill. She feels Ihe regional  landfill should be open in everything that might otherwise end  up in a ditch.  "I feel Ihe SCRD should make  some considered Judgements  here." Wagner said, "after all,  thelr's Is the only dump we've  got."  She pointed out the SCRD had  recently halted the dumping of  automobile tires - among oilier  tilings - al the landfill, adding  that SCRD Chairman I'eggy  Connor indicated the dump  would consider accepting tires  again only if guaranteed the lires  would he hauled away for recycling or by contractors (car lires  are used by contractors to keep  'slash and burn fires ignited).  Wagner noted lhat Ihe District  of Sechell annually does tree  garbage 'pick -tips' for large  household items like washers  and dryers. Residents simply  place large rubbish items by the  side of the road to be hauled  away.  She suggested her municipal  ity might attempt to solve its  own portion of the illegal  dumping problem by organizing  low cost garbage collection ol  large household items on a  moiilhlv basis  When asked aboul ways lo  deter people front dumping on  SCRD land, Director Jeremy  Frith said. "I don't know how  you would slop what anioiinis  the BC's Ministry of tlie  Environment's regional environmental enforcement officer.  Fred Barnes. "What we have  found," Barnes lold the Coasl  News, "is that in most cases it's  nol the person who owns the  garbage thai does die dumping,  but people they hire to haul il  away"  llarnes said there are two  Illegal and  unsightly  garbage  piles are  increasing  on the  Sunshine  Coast, this is  one of many  in the Port  Melon area.  to an antisocial act We (llie  SCRD) have a gootl dump and it  doesn't cosl very much to lake  garbage up there."  Frith theorized dial a portion  of the illegal dumping can Ik- attributed to people who haul  other people's rubbish as a  business. "Some of ihem jusl  find a spot and dump their load.  then they don't have to go all  the way to the landfill or pay  extra dumping charges."  Tills thought is hacked up hy  government acts under which illegal dumpers can lie charged:  the litter Act, with a $50 to  $2,11110 fine, or the Waste  Management Act with a $200 to  SI.OIIII.IHHIiinc.  Tlie Waste Management Act  witli its heftier fines, applies  mainly to businesses and indusiry hut, according to Barnes, any  garbage transported by a vehicle  can be classified as business  waste.  Ilames saio, however, that it  is hard to catch people In the  lid of illegal dumping and  equally hard to convict people  oldie crime  "We have to have as much evidence of tills crime as any oilier  crime lhal goes before the  court," lie said, "and it's often  very difficult lo prove guilt lo a  lodge's satisfaction."  Enforcement for Litter Act vioi  lotions on Crown land is a  shared responsibility of Tlie  Department of Forestry (DOE),  ibe Environment Ministry and  llie RCMI'. according lo llie  DOE'S Field Operaiions  Supervisor for the region.  Malcoiu (.ill.nash ( aiienach  was also less lhan optimistic  ahoul die odds of bringing  charges against illegal dumpers  "I don't know of anybody  who lias been convicted (on die  Sunshine (nasi I under tlie Liner  Act." he said "lx-cause It's such a  diiiicuii tiling to prove."  Neither ( rown (_Hin.il or Ihe  Molor Vehicle Branch (where  tickets against Litter Act offend-!  ers would he paid) have any ;  recollection of convictions under the act on the Sunshine  Coast  On the local level, all llie niih  nicipalities on the Coast are re;  sponsible, through their respective Inlaw enforcement officers,  for patrolling their own  Districts.  Paul Walson. by-aw enforcement officer for tlie Regional  Disirici. acknowledges die diih  cully with illegal dumping  "We are always looking lot-  new ways to deal with these  problems."  he  said. "Unfortunately this is a problem dial  goes on all (he lime."  "Watson acknowledged thai  he was also unaware of any  conviclions for offences under  the Litter Ad Coast News, September 2, 1991  The Second Annual Save the Strait Marathon was a splashing  .success, raising over $10,000 to fight pollution in the Strait of  (Ieorgia. Tired but excited organizers are already planning  " next year's event. Joel Johnstone photo  Postponed sewer charges  will cost Sechelt money  payments)."  Mayor MacLarty told  aldermen that staff had been  instructed to tell anyone who  came in to pay sewer Ices in the  last week of the proposed  bylaw and give them tlie option  of paying at Ihe later date.  "The best thing we can do,"  observed MacLarty. "is sit down  Willi Mr. Lew and die building  inspector and find out exactly  why ihe increases have been so  large."  "If we get the answer to that,"  added Reid, "and if we find it's  too onerous on the utility users,  then could we find a way of  phasing in increases for those  who are paying an exorbitant  percentage?  "I'm not arguing about tlie  rate. That's prohahly correct. I'm  just saying we may he going loo  fast. This is partly due to the  Regional Dislricl, we only look  it over in January of 1990."  MacLarty reminded Reid that  the recent audit of sewer usage  in the downtown area had  shown that many of the -users  had heen hooked up to the  sewer for some time, and  because there was no record of  die hookups, they had not been  charged.  "What I'm concerned about,"  said MacLarty, "is tlie lack of  notice to tlie people lhat they  were going to have such large  increases. I'm not prepared to  say the costs are exorbitant"  Alderman Art Whistler reminded council that many  sewer users do not have grease  traps installed on their lines,  allowing grease to clog the main  lines.  "That's the users'  responsibility," he said. "Next  year they'll be faced with that  cost too."  In summing up the issue  MacLarty said it was hoped  some people would pay the  user fee now. thereby lessening  the amount of money which  would have to borrowed  "I'll make it clear in the  municipal memo lhat if they do,  it will lessen the amount of tax  money that will have to go to  loan interest."  �� The District of Seclielt lias  . given first, second and third  5 reading to a bylaw which will  ��� extend the due date for the  '. payment of sewer user fees to  | December IS, but it will cost  > them money  ', In order to meet their  j financial commitment to tlie  Regional District. the  I Municipality will have to  borrow money to make op for  the late payments, and the  interest on the borrowed sum  will be added to taxes.  Tlie move came as an effort  to lessen the burden on  taxpayers who have been hit  with an increase of between  200 and 500 percent in sewer  user fees this year, caused by  sharply rising costs and an overloaded system.  Both Mayor Nancy MacLarty  and Alderman Doug Reid  observed that, to some extent,  the Regional District, who  operated the system until the  end of 1989, could be held  responsible for the sudden increase as tlie costs of operating  Doug Reid  the system had heen rising  steadily for some time, and user  fees should have been increased  gradually over the past few  years.  "This is a jolt to utility users  and we should he looking for  ways to assuage their feelings,  and certainly their pocket  books." commented Reid.  "We should approach the  Regional District to see if they  would at least be willing to  share in the costs (of the interest  Teen Centre needs  volunteer help  Tlte Chairman of tlie (iihsons'  Outreach Teen Centre (GOTC)  has predicted the demise of the  organization by December unless there is greater support  from the Community.  Chairman Jim Doyle lold the  Coast News that, while the  CrOTC l|ils been successful In  acquiring $10,00(1 in funding  for the centre and has had facilities donated by Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper (HSPP). the organization has heen less than  successful finding adult volunteers to supervise teens on  Friday nights.  "We've got funding in place,"  Doyle told the Coast News, "  and we've, seemingly, got facilities in place,...our biggest difficulty is our resource of adults  who will assist with the  program."  Doyle explained that the core  group responsible for getting the  teen centre to its present state  had not been augmented by expected volunteer help and now  it was becoming necessary for  some of that group to move on  toother things.  "One Friday night we even  had to cancel," Doyle said, "One  of the two volunteer supervisors  got called to work and the other  was sick. We managed to find  one replacement but we won't  just send one person alone, too  much can go wrong."  The ultimate long term goal of  the teen centre, according to '  NPH0frC��EST*  Doyle, liesides providing a place  for as many youths to congregate as possible, is to provide a  centre equipped with facilities  that can he used hy die entire  community. But first the GOTC  must get around the lack of volunteers  Doyle said the more Interest  there is from the community,  tlie less lime the volunteers will  have lo spend supervising  "Right now, with the people  we have, the volunteers end up  supervising for once a month,"  Doyle said, "Ideally we would  like to have enough people so  the volunteer time could be reduced to once every two  months on Friday nights from 7-  11 pm.  He added that, if the hours of  the centre's operation were expanded to cover more days of  the week, he still hoped for  enough adults to keep the volunteer time the same.  Doyle said much of the energy presently going into the  centre comes from the organization's coordinator, Jan Bryant.  Bryant's is a paid position, however, made possible through a  grant from Cable 11. That grant,  and consequently Bryant's  position, will last till the end of  November.  "When (Bryant's) position  terminates," said Doyle "there  will be no way for the centre to  continue, there will be no one  left who can put that kind of  A special thanks to everyone  who helped make the Coast  News Photo Contest such a  great success.the hundreds of  entrants, our more than  generous sponsors who  provided all the great weekly  and grand prizes, the judges and  a special mention of Joel  Johnstone, Coast News  photographer, who persevered  week after week to keep  everything running smoothly.  Chris Staples of Photoworks  Hetty DemarceofE&E  Photography  Ted Peters of Ted Peters  Photography  Adjudicated by:  Jim Davidson, Publisher, and  Joel Johnstone, staff  photographer, of The  Sunshine Coast News  Category Prizes  Each category  winner will receive:  Fuji film, a $2S gift certificate  towards custom framing from  Showpiece (lattery, a goodie  from Photoworks (THA), and  one free processing of any  ...mm roll of film from  Sunnycresl Photo!  Grand Prize:  Tlie ovenill winner takes home  a $ 100 gift certificate towards  custom framing from  Showpiece Gallery and brunch  for four from Cedars Pub. Then  it's off to (abo San Lucas in Baja  California, Mexico,  compliments of Decker Travel.  And, since Tim Turner cleaned  up in just about every category  we think it's deserving we give  our most endearing participant,  Mrs. Freda C. Mullen, the  consolation prize of: one  hummingbird feeder and a box  of instant nectar from Quality  Farms and Produce! Not only  did Mrs. Mullen's entry have  great content, she displayed  such earnest interest it made us  feel our first Coast News  Photo Contest was a  worthwhile undertaking!  Thanks to one, thanks to all!  Category  Winners -_*-.��.  Scenic-  Keith Thirkell  Pets and Animals  Patricia Hammond  People  Kim Clark  Babies  Valerie Smith  Other  Tim Turner  Overall  Tim Turner  Honourable  Mentions  Scenic  Tim Turner  Christine Mueller  Pets and Animals  Tim Turner  Clint Davy  People  Hett Snowdon  Ruth Bartlett  Babies  Valerie Smith  Gloria Fyles  Other  Jo Hammond  Scenic  winner -  Keith  Thirkell,  Roberts  Creek-  Sunset and  Seagull  Pets and  Animals  winner -  Patricia  Hammond,  Gibsons -  "Willow"  time into it*  Bryant, who has been with  the teen cenlre since before it  opened, has also been made  slightly pessimistic by the lack  of community interest.  "Since I started (as coordinator), the GOTC committee lias  sort of 'gone hy the way side',  unfortunately, and I'm left doing  just about everything"  Bryant said she was "lucky" in  the beginning to have a good selection of volunteers, but feels  that new blood is needed. "I'm  afraid my friends are getting a  hit tired of me calling on them,"  she laughs, "I've used up the  people I know and it needs to  become more of a community  thing now*  Bryant says that, regardless of  the volunteer problems, she has  been pleased with the response  from the kids. The cenlre is  currently used regularly hy six  lo 12 teenagers, according to  Bryant, aged I..to 15.  "F.ven If there are three or four  kids not not wandering around,  then that's the whole point," she  said.  Anyone interested in donating  time to the teen centre can contact Jan Bryant at HH.. 891H  High school student  wins essay contest  The Arthritis Society's third  annual Mary Pack Essay Conlesl  is underway Open to all secondary school students in HC  and the Yukon, the author of  the winning essay will he  awarded $500.  This year's topic is "The  Value of Arthritis Research." Tlie  judging committee will he looking for the best expository essay  on this topic, 500 to 10(10  words in length, legibly hand  written or typed, and containing  an attached bibliography.  Entries will he judged on accuracy, legibility and grammar  Deadline for entires is  February 1, 1992 Entries will  not be returned.  Submissions should be sent  to : 1991 Mary Pack Essay  Contest, The Arthritis Society,  H9S West 10th Avenue,  Vancouver, BCV5Z1L7.  CPU Local 1119 looks  into mill emissions  by Stuart Burnside  The Chairman of the  Environmental Committee for  the Canadian Paper Workers  Union local (CPU) 1119 wants  the provincial government to  tell him how much of the acid  rain in Western BC is caused by  area pulp mills.  Chairman Hugh McNab, an  employee of Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper, told the Coast News  that he has written to the Waste  Management Branch of the  Ministry of the Environment to  find out the source of the acidity  in Western BC's rainfall.  In response, McNab recently  received a letter from the  Regional Manager of  Environmental Protection, H.M.  Wong stating the sulfuric acid  found in the region's rain could  come from Industry, cars, and  "domestic combustion sources  such as gas furnaces."  "I was disturbed by the  vagueness of the letter," McNab  stated. He pointed out that what  the Waste Management Branch  lists as possible causes for acid  rain are the things that are  normally associated with acid  rain and that the letter says  nothing about how the acid  content of the rain corresponds  to the listed contributors.  McNab said he will request  from the Waste Management  Branch, a complete record or all  the acid rain studies done  which reflect an Impact on the  Coast.  He says he is Interested In die  government's estimate of the  atmospheric sulfur contribution  made hy the pulp mills because  he doesn't feel that contribution  is terribly high and it might help  put people's minds at ease to  see government figures rather  than those produced by the  mill.  "The pulp mills know how  much sulfur they release into  the atmosphere, down to the  nearest pound," McNab said,  "that's not the problem."  IIM ���  4 Coast News, September 2, 1991  ...  Not all God's  children need God  1 recently read a provocative  article about the burgeoning,  timeless evil that is child abuse  Among oilier things, the author  contends that making certain  kinds of arbitrary, despotic decisions on a child's "behalf is  abusive, most certainly when  the child's will is thwarted or  crushed, it's Self denied.  Any external intervention or  interference involving coercion,  intimidation, or manipulation  (three of the handiest handmaidens of abuse) that undermines the essential integrity of  the child as a whole organism is  child abuse And abuse is, by  definition, misuse or ill treat  ment and good intentions don't  count for squat once the damage is done  All of which reminded me of  a girl named Tina who. fifteen  years ago, was our next door  neighbour and our daughler  Samantha's closest friend Sam  was seven, Tina about nine.  Tina's parents were reclusive,  appeared to have few (if any)  friends, and consequently the  little we knew about them filtered down sporadically,  guarded and cipher-like from  Tina through Sam.  I experienced Tina as a (lower  who came to life and bloomed  momentarily whenever she was  with Sam, hut whose home  garden was blighted, stunted,  and essentially non-nurturing.  Even when playing, depression  and melancholia seeped from  this sweet child like premonitory leakage in a deteriorating  garden hose.  One day Sam came home  tearful, upset, and angry. Tina  couldn't play with her anymore,  their friendship was over! And,  what was more, it was all  God's fault if tliere really was a  Godl  Apparently Tina's parents had  concluded that it was time for  ihem to enhance their spiritual  lives So they'd signed up for  one of those religions hustled  dooWo-door, one of those connect.he-dot affairs so cleverly  attuned to (lie needs of some  consumers. They look on iheir  religion in a contractual and  wholly utilitarian fashion, devoid of (lie joy that accompanies  true spiritual awakening  Now, buying a prepunched  ticket to Heaven was Tina's  folks' prerogative, bill forcing it  on Tina and tier siblings was  cruel and allusive.  I know, because I observed  the changes in her. Mind you,  beginning the moment God entered her liome we saw much  less of Tina. Bul what I did see  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  shocked and ..igercd me. A  fragile flower to begin with,  withdrawn and painfully passive, Tina took on tlie affect and  demeanor of a concentration  camp inmate.  Tina was not only forced to  participate in bible study sessions which went on throughout the day and into the  evening, but was made to become even more of a surrogate  parent lo her younger siblings  While her parents were busy  having their requisite metaphysical circuits hard-wired of their  own free will, Tina was simply  ordered lo get with God and to  get with God like it or lump It.  Being required to do anything on a "like it or lump it" basis is ultimately soul-killing, but  subjecting a child lo something  as pervasive and ineradicable as  religious dogma is a crime .  "Tliere have never been wanting persons who were interested in deriving their living  from metaphysical need," ob  served philosopher Arthur  Schopenhauer. "Therefore  Miring all nations there are monopolists anil farmers general of  it - die priests."  Although writing in the early  IHIHi's, bis insight speaks di-  recily lo Tina's plight almost  two centuries later  Schopenhauer argues dial the  "priests' trade" bad come witli  the right lo indoctrinate people  at a very early age, "Ix-fore the  judgement lias awakened from  ils morning slumber, thus in  early childhood: for then every  well-impressed dogma, however  senseless il may he, remains forever II ihey had to wail 'lil the  judgement is ripe, Iheir privi-  SPCA NEWS  There's a winning smile! And  it worked its magic on some  lucky visitor to the SPCA just  prior to deadline! So we  thought this happy recent  adoptee deserved her  picture in the paper anyway  - a happy ending to a two  week wait. - and maybe, just  maybe, lots of other  H  potential pet people might  get off their duffs and visit  mmVn^mJ  or phone the SPCA at 885-  tXX-wJy  4771 and take home a dog or  cat of their own! P.S. Last  Wmr'''-"'' '������    '  __-..A-*?___iiF   I..,:-,,,'               .*miA.S,  week' s kitty is still waiting.  PARK PLAZA  Is Under Construction  And Will Be Open November 1991  CALL NOW!  ~t\\    * IGA PLUS  jVH^t   *WOOLWORTHS    * SEARS  Retail Bay Sizes 600 sq. ft. Plus  National Franchise  Opportunities Available  For Information - Call Cheryl MacKenzie  1-876-3199  "Exceptional publicity by the SUNSHINE COAST NEWS  and support from its Business Community helped to make  Roberts Crack Dm a real success!"  Says Ed Lands of Roberts Creek, one of the Co-ordinators.  Ed operates Sensible Solutions, a local firm devoted to the distribution   of environmental products and services.  If you have nomething to sell - or a .lory lo tell - let our team of  Award-Winning Advertising Specialists work for you, toot  iQa  Gibsons 8-6-2622  Gibsons Fas 886-7725  leges could not continue.1  The socalled "shaping" of  children'*, minds, of inilncing  them lo think .mil helirvr what  we determine they should, has  heen going on forever, hot that  doesn't make it any less disturh-  ing The immediate question is  how to have such treatment  perceived as tlie very real abuse  it most certainly is Physical  abuse, at least, is visible- even lo  the untrained eye lint the multifarious indignities ami irreparable damage suffered by children  like Tina worldwide mostly go  unnoticed .or unquestioned.  I hope, hut it's a faint one.  dial ihe Tina 1 watched Ik indoctrinated ami Mih|iig.iied to  tlie will and belief systems of  oilier* lias made it lo 1. 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Sechelt's mayor lias created an Image diametrically up-  posed to the anemia she purports lo set forth  Alderman Mike Shanks has, until recently, successfully carried off the Image of ihe nice guy down the block who just  wants to "do his hit for the communily" That Image has been effectively destroyed by the revelations ot Shanks' sneaky, vindictive attack on his arch rival Mayor Nancy MacLarty.  The most generous interpretation of his disgusting attempt u>  have MacLany's source of income cut off would be that his  sense of decency was swept away by a til of sibling loyally, his  behaviour motivated hy a desire to avenge his brother, treatment at MacLany's hands  MacLany's failure to demand and extract Malcolm Shanks'  resignation in an open, forthright and professional manner may  have prompted tlie protective reaction strikes launched al her hy  Ihe former clerk administrator's (Malcolm Shanks') alderman  sibling Whatever his excuse, Shanks' actions were deplorable  Dei ween the two of ihem, shanks ami MacLarty have turned  the municipal government iu Seclielt into a lahloid-slyle administration, without llie saving grace ol entertainment value The  accelerating conflict between these two members of council  casts a toxic pall over any and all proceedings of council  The fiasco surrounding Malcolm Shanks' departure as clerk*  administrator need never have happened had MacLarty con-  dueled herself in a manner appropriate to tier olfice, as demonstrated by her compatriot Mayor Eric Small ol (Iihsons  Small commissioned a study which, when completed, indicated that clerk-administrator Lorraine (ioddard had outlived  her professional usefulness. It was a simple business decision,  no taint of personality conflict or personal attack involved lie  made a gracious settlement with Ms (ioddard which afforded  tier the departing dignity she deserved.  That's the way professionals operate And that's an example  of how Shanks, MacLarty & Company ought to consider con  ducting business in the time lilt to this disappointing  administration.  Where does loyalty lie?  (Irian Mulroney's regressive conservative government  continues to break records in voter alienation Tlie results of last  week's Gallup poll, showing lhal the die-hard loyalists who  continue to support the government have dwindled to a pathetic  12 percent of the population, was probably no surprise lo any  ordinary Canadian, We may be slow, but eventually even ihe  most thick-witted is hound lo nolice the gunwhales of the  Canadian flagship are under water  In practical terms, it means lhat while Mulroney and his  ministers of state spend an extraordinary amount of time, energy  and money trying to figure out ways lo pull Canada together as  a country. Canada is overwhelmingly in favour of separation  from tlie federal government. These people are not. logically  speaking, the ones who are likely to find solutions to the  constitutional crisis  If the conservative party lias any real loyally lo Canada, above  and beyond the personal political ambitions of tlie elected  representatives, llie parly executive and membership should  start pushing for an election.  Canada is undergoing a crisis, nol unlike llie crisis in llie  USSR, and unless we, tlie people, have a truly representative  government that lias tlie trust of the majority of Canadians, we  are likely to face an increasingly volatile situation.  LETTERS  Perspectives vary     Arts council  Editor:  Having given personal interviews with editors of each of  the tlireE local newspapers concerning Mayor MacLarty and  myself I was somewhat intrigued to read the various perspectives of all three newspapers. Indeed the resulting spectrum of reporting varied from  totally accurate and unbiased to  that of sensationalism with  some unsubstantiated comments  and sheer conjecture in order to  solicit sympathy for Mayor  MacLarty, not only in this situation but in relation to other,  more public issues that have occurred over the last nine  months  What is of interest is why  Mayor MacLarty deemed it necessary to go to the media with a  three and one half page explanation. I would suggest that  Mayor MacLarty does protest  too much and does ( hy reason  of her former employment)  know the power of the media  and how it can he used lo extract sympathy from them as  well as the public. Clearly action speaks louder than words  and Ihe public will be the judge  on lhat basis.  As regards the Mayor's comment that my actions were a  "vendetta" for the cloud under  which my brother, (lie former  administrator resigned on June  21, 1991, I make ibis final  comment. In my opinion. If the  true facts were allowed to surface on that issue, Mayor  MacLarty involvement and subsequent actions would clearly  show that she was less than  honourable and above-board.  Remember, what goes around  eventually comes around.  M.J.C. Shanks  nominations  Editor:  Every year at this time, the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  solicits nominations for the  Gillian Lowndes Memorial  Award to be presented in  November. Any Sunshine Coast  artist, active in any discipline of  die visual or performing arts, is  eligible  This award recognizes  innovation and/or recent  growth and achievement.  Some former recipients of the  award have been: Betty Keller,  I'ai Chamberlin, Maurice Spira,  Jim Krleger. Ken Dalgleish,  Robert Jack. Trudy Small and  dale Woodhouse.  Written nominations, including reasons for your choice,  must he received by October  19, al the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council, Ilox 156., Sechelt,  IIC,VON :.A(1  (iale Woodhousc  Gillian Lowndes  Award Committee  Developers  should conform  Editor:  I would like to express a  couple of concerns I have about  the new 96 condominium development in Sechelt.  1. Tlie first concern is the development variance permit to  accommodate the developer's  design. Councils spend a great  deal of time making bylaws.  Sometimes the reasons are safety  or fire protection. I believe  development should comply  with the bylaws - not vice versa.  2. The second concern is  sewage. It i.s my understanding  that the Sechelt sewage plant Is  For the wandering scribe witli  a, perhaps self-imposed,  obligation to comment on the  affairs of tlte day. the recenl  events in the Soviet Union have  themselves brought a kind of  'glasnosf or openness. Perhaps  il will now he possible to offer  a lew searching thoughts aboul  how we here in Nortli America  do things, without being  instantly labelled 'a Communist'.  It is trivial indeed to clap  hands and sing 'Hallelujah' as  die Communist system in the  Soviet Union falls entirely apart.  As Mikhail Gorbachev seems  keenly aware, and as the events  in Yugoslavia indicate clearly,  all is nol automatically peace  and light when an over-  centralized state-run bureaucracy falls apart    There are old  enmities, witness the Serbs and  Croalians. smoldering and  wailing for llie first winds of  freedom to blow themselves  into consuming fires of hatred.  The collapsing giant which is  the Soviet Union contains  within it Innumerable  possibilities lor cultural clashes  and the oppression of minorities^ The situation which   J _  exists now is a minefield \ 5  through which the leadership of  ihe central government (if one  is left), and of the republics  declaring themselves independent, musl tiptoe or tragedy  on an immense scale could well  result.  Nor is an anti-Communist  stance synonymous with  democracy and social justice. A  survey of America's antl-  Communist allies in recent  decades should readily confirm  Ihis - take Manuel Noriega,  aliout In go on trial for dmg  smuggling in Miami, as an  example Today's Russian hero,  Ikiris Yeltsin, seems already too  Reflections on  the downfall  MUSINGS  John Burnside   .  loud of presidential decrees. His  ominous hint thai llie giant  republic of Russia is ready to  redraw tlie boundaries ol lesser  republics which are not toeing  Mr Yeltsin's line is a reminder  thai one dictatorship can be  replaced witli another of a     '<  differing sort but with tlie same  overall effect.  Deneath and behind these  surface tensions of power and  its corrupting influences, there  is the potentially explosive issue  of the raised expectations of  those who, until the last two  incredible years, have lived  under slate oppression. We in  the west have been successful in  blurring llie distinction between  democracy and capitalism,  between politics and the  economy.  The people of Eastern Europe  and the Soviet Union, suffering  in an economy crippled by  enormous arms expenditures, a  monstrous stagnant centralized  bureaucracy, and the  entrenched privilege of the  governing few (which rivals lhat  of the court of Louis XVI in  France before die French  Revolution), have been led to  believe that ii they change their  political system to that of a  democracy, automatically they  will he on a path which will  speedily provide them with the  standard of living that prevails  in the west.  Our leaders believe that the  free market system lias defeated  Communism and can therefore  do no wrong. It lias become a  secular religion. It is no  coincidence that the temples we  build today, llie over-towering  works of man, are temples to  money. They crown the skyline  of all out; modern cities,  rendering insignificant the once  imposing edifices erected in an  earlier time to a less worldly  deity.  Tliere is a somewhat bitter  joke aliout our ability to feed,  for example the billion plus  people still living under  Communism in China. "If we  want to feed ihem all," goes die  joke, "we can do it. If they all  want a Volkswagen then we are  in deep trouble."  At this point tlie eco-system,  the already burdened  environment, becomes a factor.  With about a quarter of  mankind, us, consuming over  sixty percent of tlie world's re  sources in order to provide us  with our 'standard of living',  and with tlie atmosphere, llie  land, and ihe oceans of the  world showing serious wear  and tear, bow can we provide  more of die same for Ihe  clamorous millions escaping  from the yoke of Communism?  If we expect the pure market  forces to take care of tlie  environment, we are blind. If  we expect the market forces to  heal the ancient hatreds  seething everywhere, we are  dreaming If we expect the  market forces to bring  economic justice by themselves  to a badly fractured world, we  are undone  Tlie end of oppression everywhere is a source of pleasure.  Ilui if wc see the collapse of  Soviet Communism as being an  end to mankind's woes we are  gravely mistaken, The jury is  still very much out on whether  or nol the most successful of the  world's creatures can control its  own apiH-tiles and urges successfully enough to survive.  Something more far-seeing  and profound than tlie  seemingly triumphant free-  market economy will have to be  in play before man's future is  assured. It is likely lhat a political democracy will have to  he pan of the equation, hut the  pockets of hatred and squalid  poverty grow larger in die  heartland ol political democracy  and the free market economy  Something larger, more  gracious and more earth-tending  lhan anything we have yet  known will be needed before  our future is assured as a  species. We should he looking  for it now. Time spent in  smugness or celebration at the  collapse of the Soviet Union is  time wasted.  full to capacity. We also have a  sewage problem in West  Seclielt. What will happen  when 96 units flush?  In the past, development lias  happened and when the basic  need for sewage facilities has  become necessary, communities  have raised taxes and screamed  at the provincial government.  At this point in time, sewage  is a priority and not just secondary treatment piped into the  Georgia Strait but tertiary treatment with recycling back into  the community, This is expensive bul each community must  make a committment for the  benefit of our environment.  One of Ihe suggestions for  sustainable developmeni in  small communities is to make  the developers responsible for  providing the necessary sewage  facilities.  Wc live in a beautilul area. It  is Important we set standards to  protect this natural beauty and  our future.  Nancy Baker  A mother's lament  Editor:  Tlte pain in my heart will not  leave me, yet I know time will  heal some of the hurt and only  the scars will remain. The logging industry has taken from me  a husband and now a son. It has  left another son wilh a useless  arm. I keep asking myself, why?  Yet no answers ever come to  mind. There are people out in  the world who condemn the  logging industry, in some ways  they are right, but every issue  can be taken to the extreme.  Logging may not seem a necessary evil, but maybe it is. One  must work and to be a logger is  to keep your family fed. What  bothers me is that human life  seems to be worth so little to  those who's only interest is in  making an almighty dollar from  it. Are a pile of logs more important than a human life?  Perhaps those who are dedicated to the company and tlie  production of timber should  lake a closer look at what Is  important My heart tells me my  son died for what he believed  in, the forest and its yield. He  was fighting to see that the Industry could be improved, both  in yield, and in safety and working conditions. Now I pray  someone else will carry on the  good work. Let Ernest  Kingston's life he given "not in  vain." Those who suffered with  Ernest, my bean goes out to  you. If Ernest had a wish for  you all, it would be fight for  better conditions, don't sacrifice  your life for the dollars.  One must work hard to be a  logger, it can be a good life, yet  to lose that life under unsafe  conditions is not wonh any  price. Please loggers, it is up to  you to make sure your work  place is safe: please logging  companies, ensure that your  work sites are hazard proof and  the safely equipment is more  than sufficient What price the  cost of a human life and the suffering that ensues? I feel sorry  for the companies, too, because  our world is pressuring us all  that the dollar is all important.  To finish, 1 must say a son,  husband, father, brother and  beloved friend lias been taken  from us. Now Ernest's three  young children will never know  their wonderful Dad. Can't we  do more to see other families  don't suffer the same loss? Don't  let my son's death be forgotten  for a pile of logs.  A grieving Mom  Mary Kingston Lehmann  Whistle-blowers  needed  Editor:  When environmental organizations blow the whistle on an  environmental violation, there is  usually an unsung hero who has  brought the incident to the organization's attention. 'Ihis person is known as a Whistle-  blower.  Tlie Whistleblower is a frontline player of an industry who  witnesses then repons an envi  ronmental violation on tlie pan  of their employer. The Whistle-  blower can face harassment,  dismissal, or in some cases a  lawsuit from the employer.  Environmental laws are no  less important than our criminal  laws, both of which are designed to protect society from  harm. Do we allow the harassment or dismissal of someone  who repons a bank robbery or  a rape? There Is no such protection "i, the Whistleblower who  has made a moral choice which  may end up jeopardizing his or  her job.  We depend on Whistle-  blowers such as Jim Harden  who was suspended recently  after he refused to transfer pan  of an illegal shipment of "special  waste" from a ship to a truck  destined for the Squamish  landfill. Jim and others like him  who report illegal activities are  an important aide to the monitoring and enforcement of our  environmental laws.  Until legislation is In place  which ensures greater protection, many potential crime  stoppers will remain silent. The  public is die ultimate loser in  such a situation.  The Board of Directors  Tlie Save Howe Sound Society  Tht Suntnmt Coati New �� ����*. o*���1  ind published on tht S-ntl-nt Cow, ��_C.  tmrvlUondaytryOHKlort PrtuLid.., Box  SVaSM.,VI��.IV0,(e04)M6-M22,  FAX ItOA) M6-7726; Stchtti Offl_e,Bo�� U,  AAvs.mao.FAXit!iA)a��t-3*st.    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Sherman,  BID Banting, George Cooper,  Jsnice Lelghton, Ruth  Forrester, lauralee SolH,  Dixie Percy, Margaret Watt,  Jacalyn Vincent, Joyce  Ostry, Marguerite, Harry  Turner, Mark Benson, John  Reiner  I  Vour community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  __Uaaal_a_Ml_l  mMmmmtm Coast News, September 2 1991  Uceiise  svonti lined from page 1.  Tagged fish, whicli identify  them as coming from tlie Strait,  are showing up not only on the  west coast of the Island, but as  far away as Washington and  Oregon.  "At leasl we're optimistic now  that we're not going to have a  disaster on the spawning  grounds." said Sliutz. "There's  always a certain percentage  whicli go on the outside, but  this year nearly all of them seem  to have left the Strait of (ieorgia.  We don't understand why "  Morrell said this has been a  good year for Adams River  sockeye Although last year was  the dominant (peak) year in the  four year cycle, wilh fishermen  making record catches, this has  been the best sub-dominant  (alternate) year since 1899.  Returns have been good on  the Nass, Skeena and Alberni  Rivers, though Rivers Inlet has  been disappointing. He  attributes the record runs to  salmon enhancement efforts of  the last ten years, and the cooperation of fishermen who have  agreed to refrain from fishing  when the schools are gathering  to  head  into  the  spawning  grounds  He was reluctant to speculate  on reasons for the absence of  coho in the Gulf. There was  extreme Hooding in the 1988  brood year which could have  washed eggs and young fish out  of spawning* channels, and  salinity, feed and temperature  could also he factors.  When asked whether  pollution could he another  factor, he said his department  has no firm scientific data to  confirm this.  Elaborating on llie pollution  issue, Shutz observed, "If you're  asking if the coho problem is  directly related to pollution, I'd  say 'no', because the Chinook, if  anything, are more abundant  this year in the Strait. They're  still down, hut more abundant  than expected.  "Whatever has influenced the  coho has had no effect on the  chinook."  Shutz said the overall volume  of catches for all species has  been good this year, hut prices  have been way down, so the  financial return for fishermen  has been poor.  Trailers, who traditionally get  the best prices, have been  getting from $_...(> to $.. a  pound for sockeye, and around  $ 1.20 a pound for coho.  "They were getting that years  ago, in the fill's and early 7()'s,"  observed Shun "In 1988, prices  went crazy For a brief period of  ahoul a week (rollers got about  $(> a pound for sockeye, and the  gilluei Heel was getting $4 a  pound  "Thai was bizarre, the  Japanese were bidding the  prices up It was unrealistically  high"  Shut, wenl on to explain that  fish   prices   are   generally  determined  by   tlte   world  market Wilh the US. Russia.  Japan. Chile and Norway all  competing in the fisheries,  world supply is at an all time  high Added to this is the  increasing production of farm  salmon  HC. contrary to the popular  concept, is a relatively small  Trust Fund  plan set  in motion  Tlie Islands Inisi hind Hoard  has announced tli.it the Islands  Tnist fund Plan was submitted  to the Honourable (iraham  Bruce, Minister of Municipal  Affairs. Recreation and Culture,  lor approval on August Id.  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IM  IDEAL Kernel Q f\  corn 3��)mi .0"  Tht Producer Lemon Ofsh __|       ������ A  detergent       .. 1.39  FROZEN  Honey Oeu* Orange or nM       A A  grape drink 34i m> i.U5i  No Name Asstd A     4 A  jlzzas ,o���, c.lM  HOT BOX  Cokt Sprite Canada Drp  G.ngtfo.i (plug dapottt}  soda pop  srnrinAI PurpoM  coffee  MrO-olrii Burlirtrrp  While Brown  bread  __-y_n__'l  milk  1.98  1.59  .89  2.09  PRODUCE  apples  |jf avacodos  JffiLil&i  DAIRY  tKhnettkn\ Medium Chtddi  ohees.    10% OFF  1.09  & firwfdfli i  margarine   ^ ,���  BAKERY  l.uilon _ Cr-.nlrj llunrni  I Varieties  bread  l'te*.h Baked 7 ...(-in  bread  itah BaktrJ Asm..  muffins  DELI  Srhntfder'i Ufvuyle Cooked  ham n  Maple HttUf Citokvd  oi SiiH-kcd     Bm-uii  chicken      , .��,  Hnrliw. Moomim-anl,  salad p.,..*  1.49  1.19  2.79  3.99  3.99  1.09  mmmmmtm Coast News, September 2,1991  COMMUNITY  Make this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885-3930 886-2622  i IGEORGE IN GIBS0NS1  UH:  mj *mm*eW^a) v^r,^^^  Hi. Liquor Control and  Licensing lir.in_h .lc.i.id administers discipline lo puhs.  cabarets and other litpior serving establishments ahout tlie  same way an indulgent parent  chides an adolescent who's just  driven llie family car for llie  third time through tlie garden  fence: "Now, now, young  man."  1 came lo Ihis conclusion after  attending one of the LCLIt's  hearings, here in (iihsons. and  then later digging oul further inlormation from hrauch offices  concerning the suspension ol  the liquor license of a certain  (iihsons'establishment last year  To give you some detail of  how LCl.ll's hearings work  when reports of infractions  reach Ihem: ihe chairman is a  senior inspector who, in an in  formal setting, hears repons  from police, liquor inspectors  or citizens, of possible infractions of the provincial liquor act  and regulations, The hearings  are public, usually, bul tlie public is not notified. No oaths arc  taken, and there is no transcript  of tlie proceedings The limit of  the chairman's disciplinary authority is tlie imposition of a  three day suspension of the  liquor license and seven days  restriction of privileges.  The establishment may be  represented by legal counsel at  die bearing  The Gibsons establishment  mentioned appealed Ihe decision to the Commercial Appeals  Commission in Vancouver  During llie appeal, the suspension was, of course, postponed.  Then, on September 5 lasi  year, the business was again  GET THE  jUmPON  WINTER!  NOW'S THE TIME TO  WARM UP YOUR  HOME  See us for-  STORM DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  HWY 101 AT PRATT RD. GIBSONS 886-7359  summoned to a LCLI1 hearing to  answer repons of limber infractions occurring since the first  hearing in May. One of the  charges was that intoxicated patrons were allowed to remain  on Ihe premisses  Result: a second liquor license suspension for one day.  This suspension was also ap-  |x-aled  When, by late December last  year, the appeals had not heen  heard, legal counsel for the establishment advised the llrancli  that the business was 'interested  in foregoing the appeals" The  suspensions were then set for  January -I and S this year.  Again, litis past June, a third  LCLII hearing of repons of infractions by this same establishment was held in (iihsons.  Reports of over-serving were  again made, as well as another  one of audience participation in  the exotic dance performance.  This lime, the chairman inspector wenl the limit of his authority, a three day liquor license suspension and a ban on  exotic dancing for a stated period of time.  The suspension lias been appealed  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  Cornerstone  Ceremony  Friday, September 6  2:00p.m.  EVERYONE  WELCOME  i  I  i  WINTER WITH US  Special Off-Season Rates  Now available at the new Ritz Motel In Gibsons  on a limited basis - bachelor suites at special  off-season rates.  Furnished studios featuring fully equipped kitchenettes  with microwaves, queen sized beds, direct dial phones,  TV with Super Channel - CNN - TSN, guest laundry  and an easy walk to food and entertainment.  505 Gower Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  886-3343  Here's another one for the guest hook at the I Ipliinsiooe  Pioneer Museum. Mike and Janet (iihsons - Mike, the great,  great, great nephew to town of (iihsons founder (ieorge  (iibsons - found time during their whirlwind tour of western  Canada to come see some of the artifacts left behind by the  Coast's early pioneers. Joel Johnstone photo  HARDENING NOTES  lion  Trim fast growing hedges and  plain spring cabbage.  It's time to select and order  bulbs for a spring garden that  will be eyecatching and uplifting for the spirit after the winter  doldrums.  (iibsons' Sunflower Contest  for kids Will lake place on  Sunday, Sept. H, in Dougal I'ark  ai 2 pm. Let's hope the sun  shines, but it's on, rain or shine.  Remember the Pall Fair on  Sept. ll; get your entries in by  Sept 10.  The (iibsons (Iarden Club  welcomes newcomers to our  coast, and invites ihem to the '  meeting in the Marine Roqiiv  (belbw Ihe library) on  Thursday, Sepl  I...at 7:..l) pm.  Our Ilowers and plains have  taken quite a pounding wilh the  constant heavy showers, spoiling our displays, and llie garden  is inclined to look untidy  Here are some jobs we can  do when drier weather arrives  I'lan lo remove all unwanted  debris, leaves and grass to the  compost area Remove faded  blooms from all Ilowers and  roses (called deadheading)  Take cuttings of geraniums,  fuchsias and heathers  Pick lilack seedlings off tiger  lilies, dr)' and slore, share with  a fellow gardener, or plant  them anil label them, and in  three years you will have .-fl  flowers that can tic left where  planted without much alien-  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.46  (SUNSHINE COAST)  School District #46  CHILDREN'S CHOIR  The School District Children's Choir is  open to students throughout the District ages  8-16. The choir rehearses at West Sechelt  School one evening per week. If your  child is interested in joining please call Janice  Brunson for an Audition/Interview,  between Sept. 1 - Sept. 7, 7 - 9 pm.  885-7019  NATRACARE  Biodegradable  Feminine Hygiene  Products  Reliable - Comlortable - Economical  w  Tampons  Reg. 20's -$6.85  (also avail; in Super)  Fanly Shields  30's -$3.95  'Press-on" Napkins  20 Slender $J,69  l4Ke|!lllar$_H9  12 Super    $_._.���,  Look for our bottom shelf display al llie back of llie slote. Take a pamphlet.  Try Nulra.are  886-2936  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Recycling Tips  Next time you see a garbage truck working on  your road, remind yourself who is paying for  it. You arel - through your taxes  Municipal solid waste os a costly business. You  could help reduce the tax burden and do yourself  and the environment a good turn, in one simple  step ��� composting.  Did you know that, on average, 30% of household solid waste could be composted - in your  own garden? Information on how to compost in  next week's 'Recycling Tips.' ���  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  __���  GIBSONS REALTY LTD  ------ ..__-_-  .a*amaaeeA*m  smmtmestmm Coast News, September 2 1991  mm  ���PUBS  5  W   \_^^ ��     >^w\  8 am - 5 pm  Sundays, (Olbaona Only)  10 am ��� 4 pm  GIBSONS  Gibsons     Sechelt  886-8141   885-7121  Vancouvar (Toll-Fret) 688-6814  Q  BUILDING SUPPLIES  TWO LOCATIONS   sunshine coast highway gibsons  wharf and dolphin sechelt  aa_y_fli_______f  _____  mmmm Com News, September 2. iwi  IROBERTS CREEK  Wedding  held at  historic site  In tlie early 1900'. Henry  Rolierts travelled norib Irom  Vancouver on ilu- old Union  sleamsbip which stopped al  what is now Roberls Creek, lo  ferry Harry and his lielniiKinp* lo  shore in a small dinghy Harry's  lamily li.nl made Ihe same Irip in  INH') and bail llien preempied  Kill acres of wild foresied  Crown Land carpciing the area  from Roberls Creek lo Stevens  Creek and vcnlnriiu! hack almost  to llie highway  Never one to shirk a full day's  work. Harry started clearing  timber lo build a house.  Originally, ihe house was a  small split log cabin lull Inter,  alter Harry had established the  general slore and cnnsimcled the  mill on Robert. Creek, the cabin  grew a second story and a lower  built from Ihe newly sawed  lumber coming from die mill  The Harry Roberts family had  room to expand  Tlie bouse. With ils lower, became known as the Castle and  Mill stands, its red color selling il  apart from Ihe natural foresied  surroundings from which il is  made It's the first house to the  east of Roberls Creek on the  beach just next to the home of  Charles and belly Merrick  Charles Merrick's parents were  good friends with ihe Roberls  family, coming often lo visit  Harry and the rest of die family,  who were settled along Roberls  Creek. Charles grew fond of one  of llie nieces, Marjorie Roberls,  and they were married In the  early I .ill's, with the Castle vacated by the Harry Roberls  family. Charles and Marjorie  began enjoying it on holidays  and in ibe summer  A few years later, Marjorie  died When Charles remarried,  lie and bis new wife. Hetty,  continued to use the Casile lor  vacations In I .ON, Charles and  Hetty Merrick built Iheir new  home beside ihe historic log  house  This was tlte site Jennifer  Roberts, granddaughter ol both  Harry Roberls and Charles  Merrick, chose to recite her  wedding vows On Saturday.  August 21. al fi pm. Ibe Roberls  and Merrick families gathered to  witness this happy event.  Jennifer and groom David  llriinelle travelled from iheir  hollies near Toronlo to be united  in Ihe garden by the (iastle,  l��l__i. NOTES  The library bought -<> adult  books in August All but eight  are fiction, many by Canadian  authors including those Writers'  Festival authors whose hooks we  have mentioned.  Tliere are exciting mysteries by  Ed Mchain and Elmore Leonard;  the latest Eric Wright; and Final  Cut for Charlie Salter fans  Among Ihe novels we  recommend are Brief I.Ives by  Anita llrookner, Cities of the  Mind by Penelope Lively, and  Brazzaville Beach, a golden  oldie by William Boyd  There are short stories by I'eier  Maitblessen, romance by  Danielle Steel, and rip-roaring  adventure by (ierald Seyinoiirc  and (live Cussler Of llie eight  lion-fiction books, many will  find Everyone's Guide to  Cancer Therapy ot greal help.  If you are Interested in  alternative medicine, do read  Between Heaven and liarth ���  A t.uide to Chinese Medicine  This is only a sample Por the  rest, we'll see you at the library  MUCK NOTES  The Roberts Creek branch of  Sl Mary's Auxiliary is beginning  its fall meetings Monday,  September 9, ai I0:..I) am ai ihe  Legion,  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGS1  Jennifer Roberts and David Briuielk* exchange vows on the  beach near a historic log house in Roberts Creek. See column.  Janice Lclghton photo  IGOLDEN LIFELINES!  by Joyce Ostry  Some of llie local Seniors  went lo Whistler on Monday,  August 2(>, for a mass  demonstration on Health Care  belore lite meeling of the First  Premiers' Conference. Tom  Hilling, a local member of  COSCO, lold me people were  kepi behind a roped-off area  closely watched by a large detachment of RCMI*.  A delegation went to meet HC  Premier Rita Johnston, Inn she  refused to see them or come oul  to the crowd.  She did say she would see  ���hem at another time, and they  gave a message in return, staling  lhat she wouldn't be around  long enough for Ihem to do  lhal  Tom said il was a good  demonstration for a first time  event, and promised there will  be more, which will be belter  organized.  EXERCISE THE  Wellness Exercise classes will  begin September -, at 111 am,  again Willi Joan Frembd. They  will again be held oil Mondays  and Thursdays.  Keep Til and Have Tun Carpel  Howling will meet for lunch al  12 noon on September 9, and  go from ihere back lo ibe Hall  for the season start al 1:30 pill.  Phone Robbie Robson at HH .-  7917 for the location of llie  luncheon.  SCHOOL DISTRICT N0.46  (SUNSHINE COAST)  The Part-Time  Education Program  offers  -One-to-one instruction in  English, Mathematics, Science and  other subjects  -Morning, afternoon and  evening classes  -An informal learning  atmosphere  To apply, call 886-9780  after 9 am, Tuesday, Sept. 3,  or visit the P.E.P. portable  classroom at Elphinstone  \~2f  .ALLIED  You will receive a very special  gift when you make your move  .ALLIED  with Allied... and it's FREE!  The Careful Movers  When you make your move wilh Allied, in addition lo quality  service you will receive your personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BIX.K" lhal can save you up to _5"��� oil  the regular price on merchandise yon will need ssrtien ynu move  inlo your new home.  Call now! lo, your I1U.I.,  no obllgallon.  Pender Hirbour  cuetomere  please CALL  COLLECT  LEI MUn TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Picking, Slorage, Local * Long Dlilinct Moving  HWY. 101. QIBSONS 886-2664  MMK YOUR QUNDM  There will he a Flea Market  on September It and IS. ami I  will have more details iu next  week's eoluimi.  See yon at Crafts on Thursday  morning at') V) am.  There is an Executive meeting  al 10 am on September },  A benchmark crime  Some four weeks ago a stunning cedar bench crafted by  Roberts Creek artisan Tim Clements was stolen from the  Coast News' outdoor employee lounge.  The bench which, like all of Clements' work exuded a palpable personality, had become more than a utilitarian piece  of furniture to the Coast News staff. It had become something of a silent partner in the production of the Coast's oldest and most durable newspaper.  Last Friday evening the bench mysteriously reappeared in  precisely the same spot from which it had heen "liberated."  Whether the liberator had returned it because his or her  summer visitors had gone home, or simply because he or she  decided they didn't like cedar, Coast News types unanimously  agreed that the saga of the beloved seating place represented something of a benchmark in the annals of Coasl  crime. Whatever the reason for returning it, thanks.  Speed and  noise cause  irritation  _sj ssmS, fajasmmm, Mv-2419  Once again we are hearing  complaints about tlie high speed  hot-rodders driving along  Redrooffs Road, who seem lo  think that the speed limit is HO  instead of .11. It is no longer safe  to have a pet, as many of us  have discovered to our sorrow  Just last week a cat. which  was dearly loved by its child  owner, was the victim. Sad lo  say, the driver of the car did not  even have tlte decency to stop.  If that driver had been within  the speed limit the cat might  have stood a chance. We should  all be aware of the fact that  there are animals and children  who suddenly dart out onto the  road, and that hy driving at a  moderate speed one can stop in  time to save a life.  Now thai the beautiful  summer weather has left us, it  seems to be the time for people  to speak of things whicli offend.  One such call I received was  regarding the noise of low flying  aircraft, some of which occurs  as late as 11 pin and 2am. Tlie  resident has already complained  to the powers that lie. and was  informed that, in order that  there could he any follow-up, a  certain number of names have  to be included in a letter to Ihe  Ministry of Aviation Transport,  If you should bud that you  are heing disturbed by the noise  please give Sandra Cornell a call  I  65-997  SCIENTIFIC  87-FUNCTION  534.07 $24.95  ENGINEERING  SCIENTIFIC  110-FUNCTION  7~   .*- $4935 $39.45  __>^r.u.A-i.,_��_-  Thinking of Computers? Think Tandy.  PRICES NEVER BETTER!  s��w  _��s ST-1  -_____.  ...a  if  SAVE 50%  on am]  "Lonely" End Tabic  with the purchase  of any sofa  Medallion  Colonial Sofa,  Finished In  Beautiful Blue  England/  Corsair Sofa  Covered With  Durable Olefin  M  PLUS MANY MORL  OUALITY SOLA SETS AT  ALLORDABLL PRICES  ai   f.r.S-.OH"'  to  discuss  the  situation  Il's that time of year when  fall and winter activities are  starting up again. For those of  you wlio enjoy a friendly game  of cards, the place to go is lo the  Welcome Ik-aeb Hall  bridge is on the first and  third Friday of each month, and  regular card games are on the  second and fourth Fridays. Mark  these dales on your calendar  and then you will know for  sure when you want to go to  tlie ball.  FORTH. iOTS.  Registration for beavers,  < iiths and Senilis will lake place  on Tuesday, September 17 at  Halfmoon Hay School, 7pm If  you would like to discuss this  please call Don Kuuieard who  will be pleased lo give you  flintier inlnrmalion  FOR THEE LOVERS:  between Septenibei _ and  It), tliere is going lo be a most  interesting short course on iree  ring dating, sponsored hy the  Friends of t area Range.  Mr Marian Parker is well  (|ualilied lo instruct ibis course  which will include ibe study of  arebeological sites and  specimens in the ancient Caren  Range, which is tlie site of a  1500 year old cedar,  For information call  H8..-  1198 or 8H.-9.24.  MMTE OH TRE GREEN  Karate classes for all ages  will start on Sepl 16 al Coopers  Green Hall There will he  sessions on Mondays and  Wednesdays front 7 pm to H:_,0  pm.  Call lien Robinson at 88.-  <XI26 for details.  Fresh Troll  Sockeye 81 Pink Salmon  ~ i\    FAN  /    ISLE  SOCKEYE  $3.00 lb.  PINKS  $1.50 lb.  10% DISCOUNT  on Pink Salmon  orders over 100 lbs  Call 886-7700  after 6:00 pm for  approximate  arrival date.  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Gibsons Pentecoslal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday f.r||ht  Evening Service 7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Ollice 686-7107  PASTOR Dan MacAuley 8867107  YOUTH PASTOR). Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies nf Canada  THE UNITED CHURCH  SuittjayWorsbip Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road ��� 11:15 am  Sunday School -11:15 am  ST. lOHN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road ��� 9:30 am  Sunday School - 9:30 am  Reverend Bert Ramsey  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  In Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt  Sunday Services -11 :db am  A Warm Invitation To All  For Inlormation Please Call  M 5-250* or 185-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURffl  Mass Schedule  *   SATURDAY  5:00 pm, St. Mary's Gibsons  SUNDAY  8:30 am, Indian Reserve  9:30 am, Holy Family, Sechelt  11.10 am, St. Mary's Gibsons  Telephone: M5-9S26  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANCLICAN CHURCH  Hsvy. 101 at North Rd. - 886-7410  Serving Gibsons It Roberts Creek  Wednesday-10:30 am  Worship S, WW. Sludy  Sunday- 10:10 am  Parish Tamily ttidtatisi  Show your spirit.  Come back to chunk.  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  CQAC6  (Qtr-ot.fT.ts. p_tSBY_er.UN)  Cf%.iXf?  $ON-lti30*m Sr folL-M.'s, sec .tLC  7-c_r>,r. In homes  U.-.-7'30pm Pascoo's OFFICfc  ) CArntMN FnAS-D  H-._>74__   PASTO_   0465-9707  CDO-UmCOACe  &  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechell  8:00 am - 9:30 am  SI. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  11:30 am  We [*tmdA Warm Welcome To All  885-5019  Rev. lune Malfin  Rev. Dan Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  ���We/comes You To loin Us  :ln Sunday Worth  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Poinl Road  886-7049  Paslor Monly McLean   _-.���,_..,������,.-   .  -<B*-M_M_ai_UiiH_B_MMI_i_��_k_U  HUM  ma Coasl News, September 2, 1991  ISECHELT SCENARIO  K MayM Witt, MMM  I love September. For me. and  a Rood many others I know,  September signals tlie start of  the year even more than January  does. Students head hack to  school: the days are noticeably  shorter: (lie weather is usually  beautiful and Christmas is far  enough away to give the illusion  lhat, this year, you'll be ready  for It.  The little ones are going back  lo school now so special  attention must he paid while  driving Watch out for them,  please.  A number of courses are  starling at Capilano College,  Sechelt Campus. If you didn't  receive your brochure in the  mail, call the college at 88S-  9310, or go in and pick up a  booklet at 6627 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt.  The Red Cross blood Donor  Clinic will be al the Royal  Canadian Legion on Wharf  Street on Tuesday, September...  between the Hours of 3 and 8  pm. It takes only about I.  minutes of your time to give  some blood and I can assure  you the procedure is completely  painless. The body quickly  replaces the blood for you with  no ill effects. So think about it,  please. Yon could be saving  someone's life.  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Drivers are desperately  needed to transport a patient to  physiotherapy in Sechelt from  Madeira I'ark. Expenses will lu-  paid. Also. Hoy Scout leaders  are needed for ihe fall iu all  areas of the Coast. An assistant  is needed for a local wildlife  centre. This is a perfect  opportunity for someone who  loves animals A training  program will be provided. If  you would like lo know more  about these positions, please  contact the Volunteer Action  Centre at 885-5881.  NOW NOT ID EXERCISE YOUR DOC  He wore a red bandana  round bis neck and lie was  galloping along Highway 101 as  if bis life depended on it His  tongue hung limply from the  side of his mouth as he  struggled for breath.  Ahead of him, bis owner was  cycling. Every so often, be got  off the hike and waited for his  dog lo come into view, then  onlo the hike again and off he'd  g<>  The unfortunate dog raced  after him, trying lo catch up. I  want lo think dial the dog's  owner was not being cruel  intentionally, lhat he is naive  enough to think the dog was  enjoying himself. I waul to  believe that, bul I'm finding it  hard.  A dog running after his owner  like lhal will run until he drops.  The pads on bis feet may get  torn and bloody, bin be won't  stop. He may cause an accident  crossing the road to lieller c'atcb  the scent of the inasjer he so;  desperately seeks  This might  Cornerstone  ceremony for  Gibsons Park Plaza  A Cornerstone Ceremony will he held Friday,  September 6, at 2 pm, to officially commemorate the  construction of Gibsons Park Plaza, at Payne Road and  Highway 101.  Gibsons Park Plaza was developed hy Marcorp  Development Corporation of Vancouver. The Shopping  Centre will provide space for a wide variety of retail and  service uses. It is 85,000 square feet in size and is  scheduled to open November 1.  Gibsons Park Plaza has attracted a selection of proven  successful anchor tenants to create a dynamic retail  atmosphere. The following tenants are committed: IGA  Plus Food Store, Woolworth Department Store, Sears  Retail A Catalogue, Bernadette's Galleries, Sunshine  Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd., ABC Restaurants, Budget  Video, Shoppers Drug Mart.  Opening addresses will be given hy: Mayor Eric Small,  Town of Gibsons; Mrs. Peggy Connor, Chairperson,  Regional District of Sunshine Coast; and Mr. David  Longpre, Marcorp Development Corporation.  sW^titf, SctutU a*< @euteutc\  REGISTRATION  Ze.*J?Z.u^Z�����>". e��&*. SeauU  Pander Harbour  Wednesday, September 18, 19.11 - 7 pm  Mtideiro Park Elementury School  For information contact Betty Sludey 883-24:15  Roberta Creek  Wednesday, September 18, 1991 - 7 pm  Huberts Creek Elementury School  Community Use Room  Fur information contact Linda Spani 885-3161.  Sechelt  Saturday, September 7,1991 - 10-4 pm  Trail Bay Mall  For information contact Carl Dixon 885-3941  Weit Sechelt  Monday, September 9, 1991 - 7 pm -4  West Sechelt Elementary School  For information contact Kris Anstead 885-3597  ���  Halfmoon Bay  Tuesday, September 17,1991 ��� 7 pm       'if  Halfmoon Bay School  For information contact Don Kinneard 885-5208  aibpona  Tuesduy, September 10, 1991 - 7 pm  Gibsons Elementary School  Fnr information contact Dave Woodhouie 886-3401  Honour  Student  Incoming co-  principals of  Chatelech  Secondary  Roger  Douglas and  Jeff Kenyon  had the opportunity to  co-present  outgoing  honour student     and  multi-award  winner  Sophie Han  with      the  Governor  Generals  Award    for  Academic  Excellence.  J��rl Johnstone  photo  SEEM to be a good way to exercise your dog, hut it isn't. So  please don't do that to your best  friend.  'HORSESHOE BAY NEWS  Tlie Ladies Auxiliary to the  Royal Canadian Legion, branch  HO, Sechelt, will be holding  their General Meeting on  Wednesday, September 14 al  I:..() pm.  Happy birthday wishes to  Donna Maclcnd of Sechelt  whose special day is on the 5th.  Have a great day, Donna.  stirmaaa   (iood   thing   I   am   not   a  weatherman;  the  glorious  Indian sunimer sunshine seems  to have passed us by for a time.  I Suppose the weather makes il  easier to go hack to school,  work, etc., though there are  still a lot of events to partake of  tills week Can't go into  hiheniaiion yet!  soma, nm  Mosl schools start regular  classes on Tuesday, September  2. ibis will include our own  tileneagles Elementary School at  6350 Marine Drive Please  reinemlver lo keep a sharp eye  nut for tlie youngsters  The school's weekly  newsletter will also lie available  starting September 6, and  continuing for pick-up at the  school every Friday.  Eagle Harbour Community  Cenlre, located at SS7S Marine  Drive, will he starling fall  registration for aerobics, weight  room, AST. playcare and Infant  care on Tuesday. September..  The new Wesl Vancouver  Parks and Recreation Fall 1991  Programs booklet should have  arrived al your home last week  although, due to the postal  strike, these could be delayed  From September V7. the Centre  will be offering free fitness and  AST classes to help you gel off  to a healthy new season.  If you have not received your  booklet or jusl want more  information, why not drop by  for a free class and slop al the  office on your way out?  Registration for classes nol  listed above will he held  September III For more  information hy phone, please  all 921*7425.  Can't possibly end the  summer without a little  sbiihplatller in your life? The  opportunity to fill this need is  yours for Ihe taking on  September 7, from 11 ani-6 pm  at the Bavarian Fctt, at  Edgcmont Village in North  Vancouver bavarian dancing,  perhaps belter known lo those  of you used to slapping the  bottom of your shoes while  maintaining a heal as  shiihplattler. will lx- one of Ibe  many events to entertain you.  The family fesl is a "thank  you" from the Edgemonl  merchants to their patrons A  chance lo enjoy a beer garden,  coffee, cakes and oilier bavarian  delicacies  canmimu.  Sunday, Sept H. will liosi a  variety of affairs The Coho  Festival at Ambleside Park in  Wesl Vancouver will be the  location for a beer garden,  salmon barbecue, children's  puppet shows (I ��� �� pm ���  Goldilocks: .. pm - Three Little  I'igs) and Ibe start position for  the Festival Run Pick up your  race number, T-shirt and race  day registration between 6:30  and 7:30 am,  The scenic 11-kni run  includes four parks and llie  crossing of llie Lions Gate  bridge, whicli will have one  lane closed off for Ihe event,  ending al Kitsilano beach.   For  more info, phone 926-5541.  If you're not a runner, how  ahoul a leisurely stroll through  Capilano River Regional Park'  The eleventh annual Coho  Walk will lake place from 10  am-] pm. live music kicking off  Ihe walk at the Cleveland Dam  and ending al Ambleside Park  just iu time for some barbecued  salmon  The 7 S-km walk will include  spot prizes. Fishy face painting  for you and tlie kids and tlie  opportunity to talk lo GVRD  Naturalists from the Hatchery,  buses depart from the South  Mall of Park Royal Shopping  Plaza (under readerhoard),  Wesl Vancouver.  Registration fee is $1.5(1  adults. $,75 children - proceeds  will support the Salmonid  Enhancement Program. For  more Information, phone 432-  (>.so  mn n.me  Now. il you don't feel like  spending Sunday doing any  physical Activity as strenuous as  die above ���mentioned, how does  a kile Hying contest grab you?  The Howe Sound Lions Club  will be sponsoring llie free  event al Ambleside Park: start  time is III:-II am, wilh judging  lo follow al . pm.  All participants will be  presented with a ribbon, and a  number of kites will be given  away. Categories include: best  homemade Hying kite, largest  flying kile, best stunt kite flyer  and smallest flying kite More  Information, plume 922-4084  or 926-0124.  Qtye (Corporation of tlje  ItHtrict of fterftelt  P.O. Box 129. 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0       Telephone: (604) 885-1986      Fax: (604) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  District Of Sechelt  COWRIE BEAUTIFICATION INITIATIVE  Notice of Intention  This will setve as npticepf-the District of Sechelt's intention to proceed with a specified  area local ImprovemenT^nown as the "Cowrie Beautification Initiative", pursuant to  Sections 674,656, and 657, of the Municipal Act. Pertinent information is as follows:  A. Location (the specified area)  The project covers both sides of Cowrie Street from Wharf Avenue Avenue to  Shorncliffe Avenue. Plans may be viewed at the Municipal Office, 5545 Inlet  Avenue, Monday through Friday, during regular office hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  (except Statutory holidays).  B. General Description  1. Removal of utility poles and overhead wiring and consequent re-servicing from  lane poles or underground conduit; and  2. Installation of ornamental street lighting: and  3. Installation of concrete sidewalks from curb to approximate property line  (approximate 10-12 feet);  4. Project is intended to be completed during 1992.  Cost Estimates and Annual Charges  1. Gross cost: including administration, GST and contingencies  2. Net cost: after grants from BC Hydro, BC Tel,  Provincial Government  3. Annual net cost: including debt service (at 6% over 15 years)  4. With the District of Sechelt assuming 50% of the sidewalk costs, the  total annual projected costs per frontage meter at 6% over 15 years:  a) Cowrie Street private property owner  b) District of Sechelt property and road right-of-way frontages  5. Annual Distribution of Costs: $  a) Cowrie Street private property owners 30,043  b) District of Sechelt 20,030  $719,020.00  486,349.00  50.073.00  29.77  46.61  %  60  40  D. Debt Repayment Period  Amortized over fifteen (15) years @ 6%  Notices will be mailed to each property owner specifying the taxable frontage of the  parcel, the total estimated annual charge and the commuted value of the charges.  Unless within one month of this Notice, a majority ol the owners, representing at least  1/2 of the values of the parcels to be specially charged under each local improvement  project, petition Council not to proceed, the work will be undertaken.  RD. Sabine  Acting Clerk  Dated this 22nd day of August, 1991  at Sechelt, B.C.  K^:  MAYOR'S  HOTLINE  885-5360  urn  Regular District of Sechelt  COUNCIL MEETINGS  are held at the first and third  Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm  in the SCRD Board Room.  - t i ���������.tt1*immmmmamammmma  mmmL 10.  Const News. September 2, iwi  f EGMONT NEWS  by D___-_rc��  As far as students are  concerned, summer is over,  while the rest of us can only  hope it isn't. In i way, this wet  weather is good for the ohvious  reasons; it lessens the chance of  forest Tires, it helps keep water  levels up in rivers and streams  which also helps salmon  returning to spawn and it  heiiefits countless other life  forms that rely on a healthy  supply of fresh water to survive.  You don't have to travel very far  south to appreciate the  ahuiulance of cool, clear water  we have here.  However, a wet stormy day,  not lo mention a whole string of  wel, stormy days, does have a  certain amount of input into a  person's day-to-day psyche,  especially when you know  you're actually going to have to  go out and get wet in it. You  can imagine the Herculean effort it takes for outdoor workers  to get up on mornings that are  loud with rain. Il's no picnic for  campers, cither.  Well, keep your fingers  crossed for the predicted Indian  Summer, hut don't forget that  autumn officially changes inlo  its coat of many colours around  Ihe next full moon. And how's  your wooil pile coming along?  Now that the children are  returning to school, you can  IHARBOUR WATCH  Some of the sights tif Sa kinaw  Uke  IDAVIS BAY NEWS  Pioneers  reschedule  I* Jo-tantSlmmli, 8*5-3629  The Pioneer I'icnic scheduled  for Augusi 2 . was cancelled  when il was discovered that  most of tlie 'Pioneers' were  going lo lie away1 However, il  has heen decided the  Grandparents Politick Dinner  on September is will he the  lime for everyone to get  together There will he more  details on this in nexl week's  column.  NUINUR  The second Annual Sunshine  Coast Fall fair is heing held on  Saturday. Sepieuiher I i, from  111: .0 am lo o: .0 pm. al The  Kinsmen Hall in Dougal I'ark.  (iihsons As well as the usual  offerings, new ones Ihis year  include Tnrtlt (aril Readings, a  Photography Contest, a Dog  Show and Ethnic Foods.  Coordinator Lilian Kunsllcr  said she would like to see 'area  displays' this year, such as a  Davis Hay/Wilson Creek liooih  etc If vou are interested, call  her al tWd-'^ISH  This is a chance to show off  your giani zucchini, favourite  recipe or a unique craft All  old-fashioned Fair sounds like  run!!  TELEPHONE TREE  One of I he special features we  have in our Community is the  Telephone Tree', which is comprised of a list ol Community  Cluli    members    divided,  alphabetically, into four groups  The 'group Captain' ctitttacis  every name on his/her lis*l lo  reporl and Inform on what's  happening in ilu- community Ii  serves lo keep people up-lo-datc  on important issues they should  know about Ihis might Include  special anniversaries, birthdays,,  outings, potluck dinners, etc  In short, events thai may not be  advertised elsewhere. The  pluming lakes lime, bin ii is  much appreciated by those on  die receiving end  CHRISTMAS ALREADY?  It's nol too carb to slarl  thinking aboul Christmas., (no  it's not1!! and a wonderful  suggestion lias come from  Eileen Nelsen pertaining in this.  She urges you to gather up your  bus nl wool, fabric, lace and  ribbon anil stan making socks,  mills, toys, stuffed animals,  dolls, elc. now In donate lo llie  Fives (lub lor Iheir Christmas  Hampers  Even Ibe men can gel ill on  die ail hy collecting some of  their workshop goodies lo  make toy cars, planes, wagons,  cu*. A gill handmade is truly a  gill ol love  VflSHMGrOUW-U  Sincere thoughts and prayers  go oul lo Lauralee Solli who is  ill in Sl Man's Hospital I'lease  know all your friends and  neighbors are dunking ol you  ami wishing you well.  CALENDAR DATES  There are quilc a number of  dales lo remember this week  tlie lllood Donor Clinic loday  from *> pm in H pm ai the  Sechell Legion; die Tot's Slory  Hour begins Friday al  III am;  IT'S HERE  NOW!  MEDICAL CLINIC  announces that as of  September 9,1991  DR. BEVERLY PACE  will be practicing in the  Janice Edmonds photo  and the new School Term starts  loday Volunteers are needed  on Saturday. September 7, at  K .VI am al (he Mall to repair  odds 'n ends in order to get Ihe  building and grounds iu shape.  Do lurn oul.  TtBOYBEARMRTHOAYS  At the Daycare Centre, four  birthdays are being celebrated  this monlh Teddy Hears Travis  and Chris, and Teddy llearettes  Justine and Ashley lllow out all  the candles and gel your wish!  I'lease lake the lime this week  lo wrile, phone or visit  someone; il will brighten your  day as well as theirs.  b��_K��IH.WBC��l.t,M3-JM0  Don't forget the Communily  (lub Swap meet on Saturday,  September 7. It starts at It) am  ai ihe Community Hall in  Madeira I'ark.  Take this opportunity  to  recycle all those items you no  longer need lo make space tor  all the great bargains you'll want  to pick up while you're dure  For table rentals call Kutli  Kobus al HH .-%(!..  hear a collective sigh of relief  from parents everywhere. . he  grey-haired set can come out  now and enjoy their fall  excursions unhampered by the  crowds of sunimer - even  though Ihe summer crowds  weren't that much of a problem  this year, llie fishing boats will  he returning soon, after what  lias been described as a confusing season, and all you  gardening types can get ready  for the Harvest Moon  111 no time at all. the sleepy  hollow of Egmont will lie hack  on winter hours. So long.  Summer.  Don't forget, if you have any  news items while I'm away, call  them into Cathrine al the Coasl  News, 889*3980.  Until nexl time - lie good lo  yourself!  Action Centre hosts Fun Contests  The Volunteer Action Centre  will be hosting the Fun Contests  ai the Fall Fair, September 14, at  Dougal I'ark in (iihsons There  are twelve categories: biggest  Sunflower; biggest Pumpkin;  biggest Zucchini; Longest  Runner bean; biggest Potato;  Funniest Shaped Vegetable;  Prettiest Zucchini Dressed as a  baby; Knobbliest Knees;  bushiest beard; Child under lit  witli the Most Freckles, and Ilesl  Famous Look Alike.  Registration will lake place  up until I:Ml pm and judginc-,  ciojinc OUT SMC  T-Sliirl Booth In Trail Bay Mall  ���^mmmmmaaa^aaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam  4{ Vie*** "  HI   ��� original han..painted and  Billurreened fa��hions ���  EYCRYTHMG  fflUST GO!  T-SHIRTS FROM 9.99m.   i  All Clothing  Sept 3rd. - 15th  New Designs For All Ages  British Columbia  College of Teachers  Call For Nomination  For Council Members  Pursuant to Section 11 of the Teaching  Profession Act, this is a call for nominations for a  member of the College of Teachers to be the  representative on the Council of the College for  your zone.  The effective date of this call for nominations is  September 1, 1991 and nominations shall close  October 15,1991. Nominations MUST be received  at the College of Teachers offices, #405 - 1385  West Eighth Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., V6H 3V9,  by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, October 15,1991.  Pursuant to Section 7 of the Teaching  Professional Act and the Bylaws of the College  of Teachers, to be eligible for nomination to the  position of zone representative a person must:  (a) be a member in good standing of the  College; and  (b) be chiefly employed by a board in the zone  or have principal residence in the zone.  Nominations must:  (a) be made in writing and proposed by 10  members of the College, each of whom  meets the criteria for nomination in the  zone;  (b) be accompanied by the candidate's written  consent to the nomination; and  (c) be filed with the Registrar by 5:00 pm,  October 15,1991  Candidates consenting to stand for nomination  should also include a brief biographical  descriptin (200-250 words) along with their  written consent, such description to be included  along with a mail ballot if an election is required  in the zone.  If an election is required to determine a zone  representative, ballots shall be mailed to all  members in good standing at the time of call for  nominations.  W. Douglas Smart  Registrar     will slarl at 2 pm wilh llie  biggest Sunflower contest lirst.  There are prizes for the  winners and ribbons for all  entries  Anyone wanting lo help Willi  the judging would lie very welcome Il's lun - come on oul and  get involved  For more information, call  8HS-S88I and ask for the  Volunteer Action Centre.  MARINA  PHARMACY  H...V2HH8  John Oiinru's  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chi vron Products  683-2253  TAFFY'S  Fatnilv Clothing Store  & Lotlo Cenlre  10% OFF FQR ALL SENIORS  MaJ.ira I'ark Centre  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Good* Store  Francis Penensula Piece  Corner ol Sunshine Coast Hwy. &  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED -  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  Call Collect  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 M. North ol Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pander  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members t_ Quest*  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  I .���-,���, ll.rhait. ik       881-2610  t.ivn bait ��� TACKLE.shop  CONVENIENCE six IRE  HAIRDRESSERS  w matrix  Miss Siiniiy's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-27 IS  SERVICES  ROOFING   stindoie  Ttf a\ __-__r_-H, Hnkfii WwnQW-it  .������3-9303  PENINSULA POWER  ft CABLE LTD.  High & low voltage power lines  Ouldooi Sub-Stations  8(3-2218  Ctrl. 7111  Rail Har-nan Trucking  & Contracting  Gr. vel, Clearing  Septic Systems  B83-9HC  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-95-W  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 88.9.24 LEISURE  Coast News, September 2,1991 11.  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  Vocalist extraordinaire AJts -c?ntrP exhibit  TW,qn*.*A..q.y.viM.q..u   Qf prmtmaker��s craft  the __________________P^I.^I.^I.HKl        ______ ���_!_________________  _yJM.Mdnsllt.inw  'I'm sure the ('oast News has  reams of information about me!'  Lyn Vernon tucked herself comfortably into the corner of a  couch in the corner of what  used to be a living room, but is  now part of her new music-  school.  "It (her career) was done to  death for a while."  Imposing, if there is one  word which can sufficiently  capture the retired opera star  and do her lustier al thr same  time it is "Imposing"  Physically, she is tall, solid,  and at 47, projects a sense of  strength and power to spare  Although long comfortable  with her physicality, it wasn't  always thai way for Lyn Vernon.  "I was very self-conscious of  my size as a kid," she remembers. "That is, until I got on stage  and discovered that my height  was a decided advantage."  Vernon's musical odyssry,  which ultimately saw her perform in oprra houses anil in  concert worldwide, began at  the age of Ave when she began  studying piano. Was she regarded as some thing of a child  prodigy? Vemon'S laughter cascades off the still-unfinished  studio. "No! They didn't do thai  sort of thing in (iihsons in those  days!"  "Both my parents were classical singers. They had their  own quartet which apprarrd all  ovrr llie lower mainland,"  Vernon discreetly cheeks her  watch.  The Lyn Vernon School of  Music is slated to open this  month, there is much work yet  to he completed, and the  woman whose name and reputation is on ihr. line is not one to  miss a deadline, even by a day  Lyn Vernon is a thoroughgoing  professional whose twenty year  career, in a Held that tends lo  devour as much as it nurtures.  has honed both her will and  self-discipline to the keenest of  edges.  Vern-*n, singing but not yet  poss. ;___ hy her calling, attended the Music School at  UBC. "I really didn't start voice  lessons 'til 1 was about IH," she  said  At that time she became  aware of a training school operated under the aegis of the  Vancouver Oprra.  "It was a program for young  singers We would be used in  Lyn  the chorus and in small roles, if  we were suitable. You made  important contacts this way, it  was very important to pursuing  a career," Vernon recalls.  Professionally retired for the  past five years, Vernon married  two years ago for the first time.  Husband Joe Voglrr is a cabinet  maker who is currently at work  designing and building thr interior of a 61-foot S/H replica of a  Itlurnosr schooner for a private  party here on the (nasi.  At the moment Vernon's  prodigious energies are bring  channeled primarily inlo her  new music school.  "I first thought about seining  something like this about two  years ago," Vernon said.  Eventually what she'd like to  see happen is for the school to  be taken over "...by the communily and made inlo a proper  community music school." She  smiled a bit ironically. "That's  what I was trying to organize  two years ago, but the timing  wasn't right. So 1 decided to try  starling it privately."  With a total of six leathers,  the Lyn Vernon'School of Music  will offer a broad range of musical training. Lessons will he  available in classical, jazz and  pop guitar, classical and jazz piano, flute, cello and bass, with  workshops and "Master Classes"  bring offrrrd in brass, woodwinds, flute and clarinet.  Ob, yrs. Lyn Vernon will  leach voice, something she feels  Vernon  passionate about, not solely because of her love for singing and  wealth of experience, but partially because of her low opinion of die calibre of voice training generally available  "Not enough people are honest," explains Vernon "They  don't have a properly trained  voice to begin wilh. eventually  start teaching, and wind up  perpetrating thr same poor  techniques that they acquired  on their (unsuspecting) students!"  Computer upgrade for Sechelt  Sechelt council has approved spending around $1001) for a new  computer, including training for staff in ils use Thr computer will  allow walrr and srwer billing to he done with tax notices for a  "considerable savings" to the municipality.  WORLD \> 11)1: SI AT SALI  Toronto ^i'ftQ  U.iv.  Fran  A new exhibition of works hy  llie Malaspina I'rintniaker's  Society oprns on Wednesday,  September ., at the Arts Centre  litis is a collection of original  prints by members of this artist-  run organization. The Society,  Willi olfice and studio on  Granville Island in Vancouver,  was founded in ll)7S to  facilitate greater communication  between printmakers, to  provide  litem   with  a  fully-  Vernon knows precisely  whereof she speaks.  "I had to undo len years of  had singing - bad technique -  myself," says Vernon, the memory still very much alive within  Iter "1 finally stumbled across a  711 year old woman - a famous  oprra singer - and studied Willi  her for.. years, at considerable  cosl ($..(),<)()(��, to correct my  voice."  One wonders, hut forgets lo  ask, what Lyn Vernon's already  illustrious career might have resembled bad her first voice  teacher been that old oprra siar  blessed with not only Ihr right  stuff but thr right technique.  Maybe opera lovers, musicians, and (especially) voice  students all along the Coast are  luckier than Ihry think.  Lyn might not have made it  hack at all  Conditions  apply  taxes extra  'Ph. 8.6-3381  Across Irom Pronlo's  .Gibsons Medical Clinic  Pub, Restaurant & Marina     I  ...ui, PBWtMAKMjM mr  '���>, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT  #   './ In the Pub   ��m  j     j i Scott rtattvutut  i      v Thurs. Sept. 5  ,   .#-..--%  /'/ r-ti.SsptS  '^f w Sat. Sept 7  V       ,,.' 9:00pm-1:00am  things to do  S During the month of September!  _ enjoy our Restaurant Menu '.  : and receive 10% OFF all '.  I food items with presentation .  S of this coupon. ',  '��� Reservations Recommended  . Dining Room open from 5:00pm  M. Elphinstone mm  Pioneer Museum  Winn Rd., across from the Post Office  886-8232  j-"<-^4Ar_>-vrHE TERRACE RESTAURANT  AV   ,-wv /An    B��l & Breakfan & Campground  i^BROOK  .IT  Campground  Rnuurant 886-21881 Office 886-2887  Follow Gosvct Pt. 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Power Car* Available  Hwy. 101,2 kmt. north ol Otrdon Boy tumoll  Phono U3-9M1  equipped studio and to increase  awareness and interest in fine  an prints and printinakinK  Ihe workshop is a  cooperative which offers  professional facilities for  lithography, silk-screen, intaglio.  relief and photo printn.akiiig  Artists must show competence  hy submitting a portfolio of  work before Ihey can he  accepted as nieniliers  Original prims are sometimes  confused with limited edition  reproductions, hut an essential  difference is that the printing  processes contribute to and  create the very substance of an  original prim, whereas in a  reproduction (whether limited  or not) the process is entirely  subservient to copying an already-existing artwork  Malaspina's workshop  director. Robin Thomas, will be  giving a slide show and lecture  aboul original printmaking  processes, printmaking in  general and the Society as an  artist-run organization, at 2 pm  Salurday, Septemlter 7 All are  welcome to this informative  event. There will Ik- time lor  discussion over coffee  afterward  Arts Centre hours are 11-4  Wednesday to Saturday. 1-4  Sunday.  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  Of The  Performing Arts  Coming Soon  AMATEUR  TALENT NI6HT  on the sunshine coast  <$$immm,  R FNTALS     MOUNTAIN BIKES  ������fc",rBM* CANOES*KAYAKS  HOURLY.DAILY OR WEEKLY  Pedals _. Padiik";        beginner kayak lessons avail.  _5_!_-?a-g.-.. !rW!Q ALSO OPEN SUNDAYS NOON-SiOOPM  5641 DOLPHIN ST., SECHELT 883--440  TOUR THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR THE ULTIMATE VACATION  RENT-IT!  CA mo A inc.  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Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night  with all the trimmings  Banquet facilities for those special occasions   Fully licensed   HOURS  Tuesday - Siiturday I him - Klpm  Sunday I lam - .pin  FAMILY DINING        |   NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Andy's Restaurant- Lunch and dinner  specials every day. Oosed Mondays. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch Buffet  every Sunday from I lam-2:30 pm. Hwy 101,  Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. dosed  Mondays, 11-10 Tues.-Sat.  The Boat House-Just a ferry ride away in  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood from  the West, East and Gulf Coasts as wdl as a  variety of other specialties- Join us after 5 pm  for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed almosphere and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  you'll keep coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please  let us know and we'll make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-8188.  All major credit cards accepted.  Cafe PlefTOt- Comfortable almosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quiches and daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients ��� both healthful and  delicious. Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders for  the beach and cappucino are available. The  Coast's bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Mon. Sl Tues. 9am-5pm, Wed. - Sat. 9am-  9pm. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechelt.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-9962.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for all of our menu items. Big  burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily features.  With a European flair, the Coast Club Cafe  offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5319  Wharf Ave., Secheh, 885-9344. Visa, Mastercard md American Express accepted ��� seating  for 60.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Bring the  whole family and join us for great dining al Ihe  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor  Inn, on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our friendly,  helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere  will add to your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. from 5:30 am until 9 pm, and Thun. to  Sat. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30-10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, II am - 2:30 pm, featuring a  scrumptuous salad bar, with a large selection  of hot and cold dishes and desserts. Eat to  your heart's content. Reservations 886-4501.  55 seats phis banquet room.  Tlie Omega Ptea, Steak And  Lobster House ��� With a perfect view of  Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerusn, former star of  the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu Includes  pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations  recommended. Looted in Gibsons Landing ��  1538 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  Lunch Mon. -Fri., 11:30-2:30; Dinner Daily  4-9 pm, Fri. & Sat., 'til 10 pm.  V-fc-gt Restaurant ��� Cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu fealuring .pedal  patts dishes, steak and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch and dinner  specials or have breakfaat anytime. Saturdays  are Prime Rib nights. FuOy licenced. Open 7  days i week, Mon. ��� Thun., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fri., Sat., A Sun., 7 nn to 9 pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechdt. 8854111. Visa ft Ntatrard  Creek House ��� Intimate dining and European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We serve tack of Lamb, duck, crab,  dams, scallops, steaks, also daily specials.  Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek  Road and Beach Avenue ��� 885-9321. Open 6  pm. Closed Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel ��� a tranquil  view of Thormanby Island and the Malaspina  Straits set the theme for a beautiful night out.  Super friendly people, fine international  cuisine, comfortable surroundings, soft music  and good wine always add up lo make youn a  night to remember. With live music in our  lounge every weekend and reasonable room  rates with a heated swimming pool and games  room, all our guests fed at home and at ease.  So, for a night out or a get-away weekend give  us a call. Starting June 15, summer hours for  the restaurant will be: Breakfast A Lunch, 8  am to 2 pm; Dinner 5:30 pm to 10 pm; seven  days a week, For reservations or more information call 885-7038.  Trie Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week. Breathtaking  ocean view and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am ��� 2 pm. Fully licensed and  air-conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub -Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many  homestyle speoiho in the pub; or the casual  sunoundinp of our family restaurant. Our  "Skookum Burger" a a challenge to the biggest appetite. Pub houn: Monday - Sunday,  11:00 am to 11:30 pm; Friday A Saturday,  11 flD am to dodos. Kitchen hours: fcOO am to  9:30 pm - 7 days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located '/_ mile north of Egmont on Maple  Road.  Cedan Ndghbouitiood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific daily spedab,  available 'till 9 pm every night. We're known  for our great atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'till midnight, Fri. A Sat.  open Hill I am. Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  fealuring local produce and fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting with ocean view. Avenge dinner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, 11 am to 11  pm with our kitchen open from 11 am to 10  pm. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, MC, V, ftilly  bcensed.  Sechelt Legkm Branch #140 One of  the best bargains an the Coast every Friday  night is the fabulous barbequed steak dinnen  served from 6 to 8 pm for only $6.50. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top arioin steak served with  your choice ot baked potato (with all the gar  rushes) or delicious pou_o salad, Abo included  is a green salad with choice of dresanp ind  garlic bread. Lunch b served Monday to Friday from II am to 2 pm. Daily spedab are  featured along with a regular menu Hut includes chicken strips, burgers and sandwiches.  Thursday is Rsh A Chips day, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips with cole  slaw for only $4.35. Tike out orden available.  Members and gueats wdcome. 5991 Whwf  Street, Sechdt. 885-W22,  FINE DINING  kyM-rTranr  We are at the hack end of thr  sritinic. yarding out of a scattered stack nl t nis-.li.-ii.htxl logs  that slid down ilit- hill when the  timber was felled. They are  mostly fir and cedar and mostly  nig We move like ghosts in and  out of Ihe pile, feeding logs to  the hungry unseen machine -  feeding Craniden's wallet.  We hook up two large firs  and send them thumping and  humping up the hill. 'Looks like  this is going to hang in all day,"  says Stretch. 'Ilui what the hell?  Should he clear again hy  tomorrow."  The logs must have reached  the landing hy now We wait  tor the distant rattle of the reluming rigging Instead, we hear  different sounds - the drawn-out  hansher moan of the loader's  whistle - a remote ensiling and  thundering "lesus H Christ!"  Stretch yells, "get the hell hehind  something fasti Tlie whole pile's  coming down!"  Stretch and 1 reach Ihe cover  of the huge cedar stump and  crouch there panting. Luigi  scampers off ill the opposite direction. Somewhere up alxive  \l/  On Ihesnur-  rroi. wtth one ol tbt mon spec-cu-. view ki  Obioni, Die M-rinm' -pedtim In Ml tai  ttee -nfco-, nl eats often ��� till rmf. of  lunch ind dumw entrm. Both maim dunge  diiry, wtth <____!_ d_Jy stxaek. rVtarln  Drive, Qtoom L**-r_. Nt_3M. Matte lo  S-turdiy: Lunch 11-3, Monday lo Snunky:  Dinner 5-10aid Sundry 5., Suxky Brunch  11-3. 100 MU.V.M.C.  Tht Team _l Bo___ibiookwi-i m  ocon pneomt. The Terra ��� Boo-  n-brook, locals! on Ihe rrnrtcrrroM �� Oossw  Poinl, often mpert) W�� Com cuUm in ���  ptcturaojue end rs___ng lodpi uttinf* ���*  thee- Mtt�� finer dk-m nd a h%her ��_n-  dud of �����_����.._�� In* log. BC food.  openly prepared nd framed In a varied  menu of apped-m, am end _____ for  lunch end __m_.F_to��-om Point road lo  Ocean Beach Eiptanade. Our boon are TU��  day lo Sunday 5:30 pm - M0 pm. To book  ���MWevnn,  plaaoiMMN?.  BY PETER TROWER  us. Chuck Fenmore, waiting lo  light possible hangups, must he  haring for cover too.  It is like the worst sort of had  dream. Time elongates. Seconds  hecome minutes. The runaway  logs come kicking and pitching  down through the fog. I think of  the buckskin hemlock and  shudder, lly the time those  things reach us. they'll lie going  too lasl lo think alxiui  In a strange sort of slow mo  lion, the horror unreels. Then  llie logs are upon us. A huge fir  goes end.ivcr-ending hy, barely  missing our hiding place It topple*, past us through the mist  like a several-Ion tower ripped  loose Irom ils hearings. Another  log slams to an unseen halt  somewhere beyond our vision.  Tlie fog buries us in its clammy  J*$M SPECIALTY YARD CARE AND WINDOW  CLEANING - REASONABLE RATES/REUABLE  Pressure Washing ��� Landscaping  ��� Fence Building     aWt C~5 .Yard Clearing  ��� Turf Laying j j .,�����-.    |-j "Lawn Mowing  ��� Gutter C\J J /S5sTv J ' General  Cleaning         T*$mW ^aW\^^r Repairs  ���COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  You Think of it - We can do it  Call 885-7517 Anytime for Estimates  heart. The one-sided battle is  joined.  And just as suddenly as it began, il is over. Tlie last log slams  lo a slop on the flat below us.  The loading engineer has  stopped blowing his futile whistle. The day becomes as quiet as  an empty classroom. The fog.  turned innocent again, smirks  greyly around us with cold slug  lips."  "Hey!" chuck hollers down  from up above us. "You guys all  right?"  "We're okay," shouts Stretch.  "You okay, Luigi?"  Tliere is no reply.  We push off through the fog  in search of our workmate.  Luigi is sitting behind a big  cedar, looking at though he's  asleep. "Hey, wake up, pal," 1  say, "it's all over."  Luigi doesn't respond Then 1  touch him and he kee's over.  Stretch checks his pulse. "Holy  Christ!" he says. "I think he's  dead!"  "How Ihe hell can he he?" 1  say confused. "There's not a  mark on him*  "Dunnn but he's dead all  right," says Stretch, while-faced.  Chuck Fenmore comes  scrambling down the hill. He  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATRE  presents  BACKDRAFT  14 Yr. Ltttittctl Ailinissiim. Some very ctttii.se language,  occasional s'ttiletice, nudity & suggestive scenes.  with  Kurl Russell  c.HOWTIME_.  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"I've heard of this happening he-  lore. He must have heen leaning  against the stump when one of  the logs clobbered it. Stopped  his heart like a busted watch."  "Sweet Jesus!" I say, hardly  believing, "he was such a nice  guy"  We pack poor Luigi out of  that fogbound hellhole on a  skinned-hack stretcher and shut  her down for the day.  That evening. I sit in the  hunkhouse with Luigi's scanty  effects, thinking about him.  lllack Harry has made his condolences for what they're worth  - which ain't a lot. The cheapskate will get his someday.  He says he'll have Luigi's  body shipped hack to Italy. I  doubt it. He'll probably plant  him in roller's Field.  I think of all the talks we had  - the hopeless dreams Lot of  good they're going to do him  now.  I look at Carta's picture, unsuspecting against those kinder  mountains. I vow to write here  a letter whether she can read  English or not She deserves to  know what happened to her  wandering sweetheart on ihe  Judas Hills of this money-mad  country.  Then I go to the ollice. turn  in my lime and quit lllack Harry  Craniden's two-bit outfit. Some  other hungry fool will take my  place.  Recreational cycling  Here we are in August with  the end of the year coming  quickly Por those of us who  enjoy riding our bicycles, it is  time perhaps to remind  ourselves of the rules of the  road so we may end this year  with fewer had habits and no  injuries With that in mind, hen-  are some thoughts to consider  when you ride.  Some cyclists have perhaps  forgotten that, although they  have the same rights and duties  as drivers, cyclists have  additional duties and responsibilities specified in the  Motor Vehicle Act. Tor those  who would like to review them  all. check out the Act and  Section INS.  Cyclists are prohibited from  obstructing pedestrians using  the sidewalks and crosswalks.  VIOLIN OP  FIDDLE  INDUCTION  7  MC_EI_-   l.  BRUCE   T  885-9224/5-1  "---���������- ���: " i  for starters. It appears that  familiarity has led many to  contempt here.  Riders are also required to  ride as near as practicable to the  right side of the roadway,  regardless of how fast they can  go or what the posted speed  limit is.  Of course the normal rules of  signalling your movements, and  stopping for red lights, stop  signs and pedestrians using tlie  crosswalks apply.  In as much as motorists are  required to yield in many places  to cyclists using the roadway,  common sense must prevail.A  trip to the hospital - or worse -  just isn't worth being able to say  you were within your rights not  to yield to a motorist. To he laid  up in Si. Mary's is certainly no  badge of courage.  So far this year, the Sunshine  Coast has been very fortunate  with its low number of  vehicle/bicycle accidents. If  cyclists can't ride to their  responsibilities, keep in mind  that the fine for most moving  violations under the Motor Act  is $7S, whether you are a cyclist  ora motorist  >ortahi8  Toilet  Renta  ��� Construction Sites,  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Alio:  Saptic Ttnk Pumping  Bonnitbrook  Industrial  886-7064  Friendly Country Legion  Roberts Creek 1&  LEGION��  Branch # 219 W  F.i.,S.|)..6&.Sn...S.p..7  Russ Clark  & Tlie Sunshine Ramblers  Friday Night Dinner  Baron of Beef  Saturday Night Dinner  Steak ��� Grilled New York  With All The Trimming  Members & Qualified  Guests Welcome  Meat Draw  I llltM  UlI'Ml.lV I .I'l lil IU.  (Lie. #7rr0fi.T)  BWW.81.W.rlHmM..)8_  SUMMER SPECIAL  %atfiie's TLkttrolysis  PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL  InTtome - Private - Relaxing - Personal touch  Call for your complimentary 15 minute treatment  and consultation.  ROBERTS CREEK  886-4686  NEW?  OrrltiS ^^^^^^  Baby  ^^^^^^^^^^     Bride or bride to be  Hawm w�� visited YOU y��tt  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USl  Helen Mllburn 886*8676    Ruth Bulpit 886-6847  Nan Nanson   866-3416    Rosemarle Cook 886-6821 Coasl News, September 2, 1991  13.  SPORTS  /> oast -tjJ  ^^   Shof^o-fi, Hfimra A AtcttiorifS  885-63S3  I __J^|g���I  Skating into fall  l'resh frum soiniiicr figure skating school, ..ce-aiin Sheel, 12,  (.euevieve (iellnas, 12, and Colleen Norton, 14, look forward  to this year's Sunshine Coast Figure Skating Club registration  September 6 and 7. Joel Johnstone photo  Scott represents Coast  at Senior's Games  byJ_n_GO-l  This year, the IIC. Seniors'  (���allies finals will be held in  Coquitlam, September .  through 7. Opening ceremonies  take place Wednesday,  September 4, at 6 pm at the  Coqtllllam Town Centre I'ark  across Irom the Coquitlam  Cenlre Mall, corner of Ilarnet  Highway and I'ine Tree Way.  There are 12 zones  throughout IIC The Sunshine  Coast is in Zone ., which also  includes Vancouver, West  Vancouver and Richmond.  All 21 events (badminton,  track and field, tennis, howling,  cribbage, snooker, elc.) have  hail their preliminary play-offs,  and the winners have advanced  lo ibe finals in Coquitlam al  different locations according to  tlie events.  Jim Scott, president and  founder of die (iibsons Table  Tennis Club, participated in the  /.one . table tennis preliminary  competition held July 7 at the  Chinese Cultural Centre in  Vancouver, qualifying to the  final games  These final table tennis games  will lie at the Charles Best Jr.  Secondary School, 2S2S Conio  Lake Koad, Coquitlam, from 9  am to t: ill pm on Thursday,  Friday and Saturday, followed  by the closing ceremonies.  As Fall approaches, it's time  to stan "thinking skating" once  again.  Actually, the Sunshine Coast  Figure Skating Club had five  girls attending summer skating  schools in Vancouver over the  holidays. Colleen Norton, of  (iibsons, did especially well,  attaining several goals.  In the Figures category,  Colleen passed her lib Figure,  and also attained her Senior  llronze Freeskate  In ihe Ice Dance  classification, Jr Bronze level,  Ussy Darney passed the Fiesta  dance, and (ienevieve (ielinas  passeil the Fiesta and Willow  dances With these two dances,  (ienevieve has now completed  her Junior llronze level.  In llie Sr llronze level,  Colleen Norton passed her  European dance, giving her  completion of the Senior llronze  dances and. on the Jr. Silver  level, she passed the American  and Fox Trol Dances.  Ilriilauy Decker also attended  summer skating; however, we  are sorry to report lhat, due to  illness, she was unable to  continue or take any tests.  Lee-Ann Sheel panicipated in  the Summer Provincial Skate  Competition in Vancouver and,  despite a foot operation, placed  ninth in the Intermediate Ladies  level  The club congratulates these  girls on their successes over llie  summer and wishes them and  all our skaters well in llie  monlhs ahead al our arena.  To accommodate the  growing number of skaters  taking lo the ice. the SC Figure  Skating Club has increased ils  ice time at ihe arena and hired  another coach. This year, we  are pleased to have Patricia  burton joining us for her third  season with tlie club and Sonia  Charriiigion returning for her  second season.  We extend a warm  welcome, also, to Denise  Campbell, who has recently  moved to the Coast Denise has  nine years of experience behind  her. having taught since 1984 in  Vancouver and for two years  previous to that with the  Stephenville Figure Skating Club  in Newfoundland.  Coming up this weekend is  our registration for the 1991/92  skating season Applications will  be accepted at Trail Day Mall on  Friday, .September 6, between S  and fl pm, and on Saturday,  September 7, from 1(1 am to ..  pm. (See ad elsewhere in this  paper.)  Your early registration will  he appreciated, and will ensure  skating pleasure for your child  or yourself. The 20-week  skating season this year will  begin the week of October 7  and finish March 12.  SUNSHINE COAST  Youth Soccer Association  SOCCER REGISTRATION  September 7,1991  10:00am-2:00pm  Sunnycrest Mall  Trail Bay Mall  Boys & Girls  Ages 6-14 years  $15 per player  $25 family rale  Coaches needed  *   Phone ���  88.-384.-  $13,888 i .  1987 MAZDA RX7      V  Ajm^-''   _._4___ife_-  ���<��� ��� -*___��.  MPV2&4w/d  ^Picture Perfect!  .    Fully equipped. Even  I    1-cather. Only 14,000 ly       -^  t ml:  323 SE  SUNSHINE COAST IMPORTS Inc.  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HOCKEY SCHOOL ��� SAT./SUN., Oct. 12,13  Bring All Your New Or Used Equipment Tit Swap  ���Tt\BLES PROVIDED ���  DOM 885-2507  PHONE  JANET 885-2646  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  T<M>*  MON SAT. 9:30 5:30  FRI. 9:30 9:00.  I TRAIL AUE. & COWRIE ST.. SECHELT 885 2512 |  SWaO-MM�� IF>@��[L TOMEPUILG  Mondays - Wedsnesdays;  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua Fit 9:0010:00  Parent* Tot 10:30-11:00  Noon Swim 11:00-1:00  Lessons 3:30-7:30  Swm Club 7:30-8:30  Lengths Only/Masters 8:30-10:00  Tuesdays * Thursdays;  Senior Fitness 10:00-11:00  Senior Swim  Adapted Aquatic  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00-8:00  Fridays;  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Swm Club  Public  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  Saturday; Sunday*  Public 2:00-4:00     Family 1:30-3:30  Public 5:00-7:00     Public 3:30-5:00  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415  i n -n -n,.-..'a^aMi  mmmmm ll  Coasl News, September 2, 1991  Curling on the way  ���y Harry T_r__r  This column is devoted lo  curliiiK .mil. as fall approaches,  the curling fever starts to pulsate  in your I>I<kk1.Curling is a social  game, wilh a long history as one  of Canada's favorite spoils It is  an opportunity to meet new  friends and slide your way  ihrough llie long winter hours  in a very enjoyable fashion  Now is the time lo think about  enjoying your winter as much  as you enjoyed your summer.  Is il a hard game lo learn?  No. definitely not.A few hours  of instruction before Ihe season  hegins will gel the beginner  started Tile equipment is not  very expensive either.This is  definitely an affordable game  and you have lo experience it to  lind oul how much fun it can  be  Whal do you need iu ihe  way of equipment? Most of your  equipment can he rented from  ihe club lor a very nominal  amount, but if you choose to  liny, you will need a broom, a  pair of curling shoes and a  warm sweater to gel you  Slatted. The whole out lit can be  purchased for under $_UN��  To complete a curling game  lakes aboul 2 hours Alter the  game there is an opportunity to  enjoy a couple more hours in  the lounge with your Iriends ll  makes a nice, once-a-week  outing and belore you know it,  winter is gone.  Does the curling club have  room for you? Yes, we certainly  do have time in ihe schedule for  you and your friends < ome out  and join us Wc love the* game  and we think you will too.  Watch for our columns as  we explain more about the  game of curling  We would like to thank last  year's executive of Gary  Fliimerfelt. Ray Hi?.*, Carl  Anderson, Joy Hill. Doreen  Stuart, Perry Klymchiik, Sam  Simpson. Jackie Waldron,  Jiianila Wannaiuaker, Tony Van  liraham. Ron Chelsbiirg and Hill  Wallace for all the time and  energy put into making lasl year  so successful I am sure the new  executive will be pulling in as  much energy to make tin*, year  equal to or beiur than lasl year  In the coming weeks, 1 will  give you the names ol people lo  contact and places lo register il  you are interested in curling ibis  coming season, so slay limed.  PENDER  HARBOUR  GOLF  kfMMOnM  The Special Meeting of Aug  2-1 was attended by a record  membership, approximately  ISO members. For those of you  who are not aware of the  results, it was Farrington Cove  "No* and Ihe Membership  Assessment "No".  The championship was decided  Aug. 22 after S. holes of golf.  1st Place went to Moni  Langham, Willi a total of .ni.  and runner-up was Jacquie  Hooper, witli .10 Low net  winner was Jacquie Hooper al  211: 2nd low net. Mary ('.arisen  with 212  In medal round play, for IK  holes Evelyn Tapio scored IIM)  for low gross and Mary Carlson  66, for low net; .ers low gross.  Kuth Norman, .4; Vers low net,  Marj Harbord, ,.S.  Friday had 2(1 golfers playing  in teams of Husband and Wife:  Isl low gross. Moni and George  langham. wilh . 4; 2nd low  gross, Shirley and George  Grout, with 48; 1st low net at  IV June and Neil Reeder; 2nd  low nel at 14 S, the combo of  Betty and Tom Held; KP * ...  Hobo Sagnasky; KP * 6, Shirley  <,roiit;KI'_(>. Neil Reeder.  Alter the match was all over  everyone, plus a couple of  exlras. sal down to ribs and  corn on ihe cob with all the  trimmings, and a fun time was  hail liy all Neil says there are  lots of golfing functions happening every week, so let's get up  there and join ill the fun.  Great prizes for bowlers  from August 19 until (>i toiler  IV the Sunshine Coast will he  bowling to will!  Everyone is invited lo bung  the coupon, sent oul Willi last  week's Coasl News, Into  Gibsons Lines, howl a game for  only 99 cents, and enter to win  a brand new 1991 Hyundai  Excel  Coupons will lie exchanged  for Scratch St Win cards and a  chance at winning greal prizes  including two Fiesta West trips  RJ.'s  Fitness  $48.00  .Week Session)  $5.00  Drop-In  MORNING CLASSES:  Monday to Thursday   9:15 am  EVENING CLASSES:  Mon, Tues, & Thurs      6:30 pm  PLACE:  St. Mary's Church Hall, Gibsons  FALL REGISTRATION:  From September 9th  CLASS DESCRIPTION:  ��� Hi/Lo Impact  ��� Suitable for all fitness levels  ��� Weights available for more efficient strength work1  ��� Personal goal planning  ��� Childcare for morning classes  For information call l-iet.i at 886-8305  STIHL W00D-PR0 KIT  ��� Ollomatlc Replacement  Chain Loop  ��� Extra Spark Plug  ��� 250 ml Engine Oil Mix  ��� Stlhl Sport/Travel Bag  ��� Combination Fuel/Bar Lube Container  (with 21 ���chain)  Legendary 026 Chain Sam J  ���Wood-Pro��� K��li_e  with required purchase ol any  Sfit. 009-. 021,023.025,026,034 ot 044  chain law. 0_eravai___,svl*__��*Se.la_l1al  SUN Dealers in Central and Western Canada.  STIHL  NsuwaioafOna WOsTeVwida  AVAILABLE AT:  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER A CHAINSAW  8ALE8 & SERVICE  731 North Raid, Qibsons 680-2912  TOM TOOLERY LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Madeira Park ___������. 14  AL't POWER PLUS SERVICE  A DIVISION Of StAStDf UINTAH ITD.  5542 Inlet Ave., Sschslt 886-4616  for 2 in Mexico, fret* Teen  Murder*, from A tk W, and fret*  games of bowling,  Ihiwliiift is a ureal way to m*t  in shape and have fun. as testified to by more than . .0,000  regular howlers in IIC Rated  just after hockey in a Canada  Fitness survey, bowling is one of  the top fifteen spurts for total  number of participants.  li's ihe perfect entertainment  alternative, so give it a whirl.  They finished the summer off nn  Mini nl a wel note, bin then.  rain is a lot ol fun for most kids,  ami golf was a bonus for their  hard summer efforts, the kids  were treated lo hoi dogs, cake  ami pop  Wemllaml. Itruee Patrick and  huh (hurley; .rd low nel al 6S  was a i-way tie between Ed  Roop. Will Slater, Wilf Crowe  and Eric Amilla; Kl' # .. Wilf  Crowe; Kl'#_, Bob Charley,  Tlie next order of husiiiess for  die balance of this year is golf,  and remember, the best way to  advertise our excellent lacilities  is In word of mouth  SENIOR MEN  Low net wenl to Dave West,  finishing Isl wilh 02; 2nd low  net was a .-way tie at (A, for Al  Contact hockey on Coast?  The Sunshine Coast may soon have a full contact men's  hockey league playing regular games in the Sechelt  arena. ,  Gord Clayton of Trail Bay Sports told the Coast News  his store may soon Ik* sponsoring a team from the Royal  City league in Vancouver.  Other teams in the league, from Vancouver, Squamish,  Burnaby, Coquitlam, and Seattle would travel here to  play.  Clayton said nothing has been finalized and a lot of  work still needs to he done - like establishing playing  times with arena officials - hut said he should have more  details this week.  TIDE TABLES  Dale   Time   Ht.Ft.  7:20     3.2  3 3:40   13.8  TU 8:20   11.9  Dale   Tlma   Ht.-Ft.  12:25 13.1  4 8:30 2.9  WE 4:25 14.3  9:40 11.3  Data   Time Ht.Ft  1:55 12.9  5 9:30 2.8  TH  5:00 14.6  10:35 10.3  Date   Tlma HI.FI.  3:20    13.0  610:25    -.0  FR 5:35   14.8  11:20 ' 9.0  Dale   Time HI.FI.  4:35 13.2  711:15 3.5  SA  6:00 15.0  Dale   Time Ht.Ft.  j 12:00 Tt  8 5:35 13.5  SU 12:00 4.3  6:30 15.0  Date   Tlma   Ht.Ft.  12:45 6.5  9 6:35 13.7  M012:40 5.4  7:00 15.0  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson ft,^^..^..-.... _ih_.  _      ...    ..       ���      . ������ 1 nf* 40 mln. nut 8 mln. lor Men It. ot mm,  Pacific Standard Time �������. r mm .<* ������_�� u of w  Cedars Inn  "The Home of Hospitality"  886-3008  395 Sunshine Coast Highway. Gibsons, BC  (Across Irom Sunnycrest Mall)  MELON!  --A..   /  ALL HELMETS ON AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES  KIDS "BELL STREET RIDEI  HELMETS - Reg. $ 69.98 NOW $  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  It all adds up to Teaching  Rule of  Thumb  oi every hou  it instruction  one horn ot  Teacher^  make  I  and toliow-up  is returned  TEACHERS TEACH,  PLUS  + Organize time Indies  + Develop units of instruction  + IVeparw learning centres  + Gather materials  + IVepnre individualized programs for special needs lenrnera  + lYepnm for field tri|>s (pre �� P����t activities)  + (>rgnnize field trips  + Organize Kports  + (.rganize s|M>rinl events, concerts, plays, assemblies  + Organize parent nights  + (Coordinate outside resources with unit planning  + Integrate s|ieci��l needs students into class routines  + Su|H��n'ise teachers aides  + IYepa*e daily plans  + Read resource materials  + I Yepare hoard work, seatwork, discussion activities  + Develop and duplicate materials  + lYeread novels, (dories, etc.  + IYepare questions  + I Vevicw film stripn. tapes, texts, computer programs  + Make visual aids charts, flat-heard* bulletin tioardB  + hit up visual aids  + Arrange luniks, tidy daily  + Purchase materials (coming, art, film)  + (.are for plants, animals. fi_-.Ii  + Reorganize desks and other furniture  + Keep anecdotal records  + Collect money (photos, bus passes, etc.)  + Write newsletters  + Order supplies and equipment  + ()rder materials from resource centres  + Writ.* notes to parents  + Collect consent forms  + Meet with parents  + Meet with principals  + Meet with support staff, T.A.'e, counsellor!., spec, ed., I .A., etc.  + staff meetings  + School based team meetings  + Meet with district coordinators  + Meet with teacher librarians  + Write letters of a professional nature  + Transfer forms  + (Consultation with student teachers  + Write rejHirts and referrals to diagnostic centres  + Mark and record daily work  + Think time ��� evaluation takes time  + Self-evaluation  + Keep permanent records up to date  + Evaluate new students  + Advocate for students  + Meet with outside agencies  + Direct noon time clubs  + Student council, health and safety rommitees  + Supervise choir, drama and band presentations  + Coach and referee sports events  + Weekend sportsmeeta  + Supervise children before and after school, and at recess  + Professional development courses  + Develop tests  + Read professional journals  + Fundraise  + Generate critique and implement curriculum  When you vote this Fall please remember:  "Learning happens in the classroom  but the climate for education is set in  the legislature!"  Registration for the 1991/92 Skating Season  will he held at  ���TRAIL BAY MALL-  Fri., Sept. 6,3 pm - 8 pm, Sat., Sept 7,10 am - 3 pm  Should space permit, another and final registration  will follow cm Sepl. 20th A 21st, also at lite Mall  & for the same times as above.  SCHEDULE - Pending Registration <  Monday  3:45-6:15 pmTcsl  6:15-6:45 pm Artistic  6:45-7:45 Novice  Thuraday  3:30-5:42 T .si  Tuaaday  3:45*6:00 pm  Canfigur.  5:30-6:00  Precision  6:<X)-7:(X)  Canskale  Wadneaday  6:00-8:00 am Test  10:1X1-10:30 Tiny Tots  10:1X1-11:1X1 Canskate  3:30-4:00 Tiny Tins  4:<X)-5:O0Cansknle  5:1X1-6:00 Canskmc  TERMINAL  forest f^roducts Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  ADULT HELMETS BY BELL\��j?/ 4 Vetto  From $24.98  rC_WW��T.��CH-LTW5-2SI2|'  886-7033 Coast News, September 2 1991  m  IS  HARTLEYS AUTO  BODY  885-9877  NOVA JEWELLERS  885-2421  SEECOAST VIDEO  885-7864  SECHELT INDIAN  BAND  Sechplt  885-2273  PENN  PERFORMANCE AND  MECHANICAL  558-5711  SWANSON'S READY  558-5333  K.J. SERVICES  limbing & Heating Seche  885-4024  BROOKS & MILLER  885-2923  ANDERSON REALTY  885-3211  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  lIllMIMUCC f. Tiavl'll  Sunnycresl M ill Gibson1.  886-9255  PEBBLES REALTY  (v .vi- I'l  HO Cuns-.n*-,  886-9060  TAFFY'S  l.l.nlr. r,i i1 in-  883-2460  REFLECTIONS HAIR  STUDIO  883-2545  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  885-6065  FOREST  CONSTRUCTION  885-7576  RENCO CONCRETE  I    I PACIFIC PHARMACY IB A.C.BUILDING SUPPLY  885-7180  885-9614  SCHOOL IS OPEN  PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY  - No matter in which direction you are driving, you  MUST STOP WHEN SCHOOL BUS LIGHTS ARE FLASHING.  - Remember: The speed limit in school zones is 30 km.  WATCH FOR CHILDREN - They may not be watching for you.  THEY'RE COUNTING ON YOU. BE AWARE OF  SCHOOL ZONES, BUSES, AND BUS STOPS.  Q Q - Q  S.C. CREDIT UNION  Sechelt, BC  885-3255  SUNSHINE COAST INS.  AGENCY  Trail Bay Mall Sechell  885-2291  SECHELT SHELL  STATION  57.? Cowrie SI Secehll  885-2128  SHOP EASY  Trail Bay Mall Sechell  558-2025  CAVA'S PIZZA  .689 Cowrie SI   Sechell  885-7577  PENDER HARBOUR  LEGION BR. #112  883-9632  SUSSEX REALTY  HWY 101. Sechell  885-6102  _**��_v  .mmm  PARENTS!  Make sure your students know the rules that will  keep them safe while riding the school bus.  WAITING FOR THE BUS:  1. Si..y .it the edge of the rood or on the sidewalk  at the stop which has heen assigned.  2. Do not play on the road.  ... Respect private property.  RIDING ON THE BUS:  The driver must he free to devote his full attention to  driving in all weather and road conditions.  1, No standing, changing of seats or moving ahoul  while the hus is in motion.  2. No rough-housing, fighting, yelling or throwing of any object,  i. The authority-of the Ihis driver is final.  GETTING OFF THE BUS:  1. Remain seated until doors are open.  2. Stand ahead of the bus in clear view of the driver.  .. Wait for the driver's signal to cross.  4. Always cross in front of the bus while the lights  are flashing.  Promptly Obey The Driver's Instructions  In Any Emergency  ,t}, ,.,<,.>.,.,  ...^  A public service message sponsored by your friends ��� Please display in a promlnenttocatlon  DISTRICT OF  SECHELT  885-1986  PENDER HARBOUR       I MARINA PHARMACY  TRANSPORTATION , ������...-...,  883-2888  883-2819  SECHELT  FIREPLACE  885-7171  Sunshine Coasl HWY  883-9551  CHRISTINE'S GIFTS  886-3577  GRANDMA'S TOY BOX  Sunnyaeast Mall Gibsons  886-3044     '  DARGATZ GLASS  '10J Sunshine Coasl HWY  886-7359  DALE'S AUTO CLINIC  886-3437  FOR OLDE TIMES  SAKE  HWY 101 AT Prall, Gibsons  886-8261  MITTEN REALTY  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-3295  ART ALEXANDER  REALTY  Madeira Park  883-2494  NRS-CENTURY  WEST REALTY  5549 Whart Ave, Sechell  885-2235  NRS-GIBSONS  REALTY  Sunnycresl Mall. Gibsons  886-2277  CENTURY 21-SIEMENS  REALTY  Teredo So. Sechell  885-5290  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY  Madeira Park  883-9525  GIBSONS FAMILY  SPORTS  Sunnycresl Mall  886-4635  LINNADINE'S SHOES  Sunnycresl Mall  886-2624  PHARMASAVE DRUGS  Sunnycresl Mall Gibsons  886-7213  SUPERVALU  8A6-2424  KEN DeVRlES & SON  709 HWY 101 Gibsons  886-7112  COAST NEWS  886-2622 885-3930  4  :  -  .     --_.    .   . _   .  . ���-�� ���. -*��� -  .. .._.. ._^-^^Ararit^_��*yg��r��  ���Utf  FOOTPRINTS  Tia'l Bay Mall  885-4843  -���_.--i���  PRONTOS  res'taurant  CS47 Whart So,',,."  885-1919  I  ''   ll  ^jk 16  Ciiasi News, September 2, 1991  Sunshine Coast  ICES  DIREC1"  AUTOMOTIVE  _MM_TWri.4illftHAI_ltAi_Tr   Di-HB-Hd Ina���ctton ftcimy   KaALfTIRE  If uie sell it..we guarantee it!  S6S3 Wharf Road, Stehttt ��� M5-7__7  V ��4HW IMtWOtWCYMUVKl   MHH4 J  STSECHELT RADIATORS  Complete Cooling System Seivice Centre  We Repair _ Replace Rails Heater Cores  . Gas TanksI  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New. Used & Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.      Pick-Up . Delivery Mon. ��� Sil.  Nexl lo Wilson Creek Chevron Slalion 885-7985  ��� PENN   Performance A Mechanical  Complete Mechanical Repairs  All Makes & Models  Specializing in Complete  Drive Train Overhauls,  4X4 Performance  Parts & Accessories  Mon. - Fri. - 8:30 - 5:00   Sit. 9 - 2  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  5916 Sechell Inlet Rd., Sechell, BC VON WO  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibson., B.C. 886-8101  Mnn.Fli. 6-6 Sal. 8-6. Sun, IO-3_/  BLDG. COlMTRACTORS  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses ��� Additions - Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 Home 866-9635  Ron Hovdeis liei-lC. H McCoiisell  TOM'S  Elactrlcal & Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  naaaarimaraa  CONTRACTORS LIC NO 6644  886-3344 �� 886-3364 J  ARGATZ  ���Holds * ScrMnt * Gang* Doors * Prshung Doors * Windows  Hlgtmsy 101 ��� Pun Rd.     mul Hamilton  O_��o-.,B.C..0N1V_ SaM|  Ms-ns, MS 7 >�����  rmmtnn.  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  SolHte, FASIA, Shullere  Slone i Brick  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  ILeave Miisags) Sechell, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 V0N3A0  Ashword Contacting  "* QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Estimale Call Que dJJQ  _ H.��ir<l ��tlsm..�� 003*0..0^  A �� T ENTERPRISES. Cwnlniollon Ser vIom "\  Sarvlna rn. Coaal Sine. IMS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ama-aaaa  T. WONQ, MX m, OIIIONI, i.C. VON IVO  "HUDSON���  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  RENOVATION AND REMODELLING SPEOIAU8T  CUSTOM DECKS AND DESIGN  IS YEARS EXPERIENCE   "When Qualit) is a PrtorUy"  ROOFINO  Specializing in all typee of  FREE     commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. O.^m.  R   WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling* Framing  Foundations*Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  8L 91-534 Won Aeh���on  BB6-B64g  BLDG. CONTRACTORS  Imperial Drywall fl?*  10 JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL *<��-_/"  NO  Call Ray-Pager #1-979-1482 notrm\  A  BUorSmaimrtOoTHemAII  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  Foi Ml Youi Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-920.  a  Rottluff Drywall*  Residential & Commercial  TOM  886-9691  BRENT  866-9495   J  (604) 885-7576^  Messages 885-5281  KITT EVANS  Construction  18 Years In FOUNDATIONS ��� FUMING ��� RENWAUMn  ALPINE TRUSS  Bus: 886-8853  ���88 >\ Res:  886-880-  . COMPETITIVE  PRICES  Truii-i made here on the lunehlne Coaat  Money spent at home stays at home.  CONCRETE SERVICES  Ready-Mix Ltd.  Aciounln-���-,     i     ��� Fw ���   1-H.palCh         m*mtVnOmammm*        r��� IW   ���1  jWjjM   l ilis-53331 iw-aail  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172. 5417 Burnet fld, Sechelt  R.  K  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand 6 Qravtl  CONCRETE  SECHEH PI ANT  885-7180  o  StllVINC Wt SUMHINi COAS1]  SS    GIB���s��Nf P,L*NT  curbs., re 886-8174  3  HlllJililfCONCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS. PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For quality work, call us!  -7oaa  CONCRETE SERVICES  All typos oi concrsts work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  EXCAVATING  -_SB__SB^  COAST CONCRETE _  PUMPING & FOUNDATIONS   <"^  ��� Pumping ��� Forming ���  ��� Placing ��� Finishing-  Full Service to the Peninsula  885-5537 M**"piit"  ELECT. CONTRACTORS  mxsm.  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating - Backfilling - Retaining Walls ���  .. Trenching ��� Landscape Construction - Drainage -  24 Hosil  886-8538  Bo. 1221. Gibsons  BC VON 1V0  I   fPrlval  \Lj;  .     ���    Reo.  Private & Industrial Electrical Contractor  High & Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135  mm  eclrical Contractor^ I    I  l�� Power Lines       II    I  8aa.fl.iaa j J  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation, Sewer,  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Development  886-2182 or 885-9840  EXCAVATING  STK EXCAVATING LTD  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Gravel  ��� Retaining Walts ��� elc.  Serving ihe Coast lor 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality.  BOB OURNEV C.  MjjOgg bo. 1791. GIBSONS, BC VON 1V0  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie ..���"-  J*  Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber (jary 886-9585  TWIN CHEEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361 ,  Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE,  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATEH LINES vOt -1�� Ul  .cleasing Steve Jones    886-8269  jT O "O     CUP i SAVE %  IP bcfgrrigs Schedule ���  VANCOUVER  SECHELT PCNINS-IA  ____i___fll_____  MORSES  JERVIS INLET  EAHL5 CUVt   3AL1CMT  Lv. Langdale  6 20 am      2:30 pm  8 30 M'       4:30  10 30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M dtisttll Miotic! lul  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7 30 am      3:30 pm  9 30 M        5:30 M  1130 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6 40 am       4:30 pm  8 20 6:30  1030 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5 45 M     3:30 pm  7.35        5:30 M  9 25 M     7:30  1130       9:30  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  886-7337 BB5-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1   via Nosirs Hd Seacol. Flelcrsei. Gower pi   FrlnMin Maim, rx  ROUTE 2 P" C'_.f_  Go.. Pi   WooaciMk S C Mobil- Hit.  Depirtun.545 v45  MM 7:45 3:45  9:45 5:45  11:45 7:45  DtP��rt 8:14   4:11 Dtp_r1 '7:30    1:00      Arrlvi     5:45    1:M  Ungdilf      1011   6:11 Mil    '0:10    1:00     MHI        7:46   1:21  Firry 12:11   1:01 n;oo    '5:10 9:20    8:21  Terminal        2:08*10:00 '1:20 ��ip 11:21 1:41  ���VH CNMr, Mug, \_nrm ��� M BonMraa. or Own PI rasHJ*  tkM.Mt:Xm,TXm��t20maaremm,!to.��MI*a  'No 5:45 im run Saturdayi, Sundiyi or Holidays  '10:00 pm run Fri., Sit', Sun. 1 Holidays  NOTE: Shoppiri Loop lv. Mill 10:45 im, 12:45, FARES  2:451 4:45 pm Mon,Sit. 0ul ol Town  Inlo. Comments . Suggestions - 886-9318 ,��� T(mn  These transportation schedules sponsored by  Adults  Seniors  Chndnn Stud.  Cornm Tickets  5150    5100  75    5100  SI 25/rldi  75        75  75        75  SuRcmt AgeMcieft  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Rod Carpet Sarvlca From Friendly Proletsionela la Sunnycraat Mall, Olbaona,  Imurinct A-JS __. ,  Outarmv. t^i  Now.  iHto JTD  Trwnl  ^ BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATIME  ��� Septic Fields ���  ��� Drainage ��� Excavation  ��� Water Lines      > Rock Walls  * Landscape Construction ���  ��������� ������ Call 686-3977 J  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  EXCAVATIONS & GRAVEL ft8fi.Q081  LANDCLEAKINC. fsu_.HM._n.WK  UOAUBUIU-ING OHARORDAVE  GEM. CONTRACTORS  \^Mll  FREE ESTIMATES  IfyS     FAST fi RELIABLE  a\^^ CALL BETWEEN  -BOOnmSBiOOpm  -DAN  PAINTERS        883-2278 ^  CENTURY ROCK  h/iM  taH>      the  RENOVATIONS WITH 1  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMEBCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  IMPROV7ER "MS  UtX HALFMOON MM  ��f7HA     POIMFRET  ^J^^COIMSTHUCTIOIM  Selective Land Clearing ��� Oeslgn Consulting  RR1 S41 C5. Gibsons BC VON 1V0  Phone: 886-8900  HEATING  PROPANE INC.  ��� Aulo Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Ouality B.B. O's  885*2360  Hwy 101. across SI  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  f SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sale* & hutallatioru  SHOWROOM Op-n Tu��t.-Sat.  5631 Wharf fld., M1-.171  J  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  auNaniNK kitchcn  ��� CABINETS .  886-9411  ���Showroom Kern'a Plaie.Hwy 10:  Open Tuaaday to Saturday 10-4 pm'  BOST DESIGNERS       ^\  Rw-ldenllal ��� Commercial  Furniture DealRn ��� Furniture Layout  LiK-itinK ��� Color Canaultatlon  Kltnhen * Bathroom D<*-lKn ��� Renovatlom  Norweat Bay Rd., Seehelt,  ^    WOUOANO ALLAN BOUT  8_0-6___  ^____i__e  .   673 P��yn�� Wd- Qlb��oT^ tU_��u-*-"i*->7"~  in ttamtrm ->-���--**��� *-*���������������>��� Coast News. September 2, 1991  17.  ".".!��. this Space  WORK FOR YOU  The New Economy  Changing values  Buy-Sell Agreements  A must for all businesses  THE BUSINESS EDGE  By Duncan Fraser  What industries would you  say drive the Norlh American  economy? Accordim* Iii Nula  Ik'i k and Associates in Toronlo,  it's eonipiiiers and seini-eondiK-  tnrs. health and medical, communications ���"I telecommunications, and Instrumentation  Inliiriiialinii like this is ism inn  economists to re Ihink llieir itn-  derslandiiiK of llie workings of  die present day eeiiiiiiiny  That's interesting, you might  say, hul whal does that have lo  do wilh Ihe Sunshine Coasl?  Presently, a shift is oirnrrini*  and it may hctome one of the  hiKKCst economic shifts since the  industrial revolution .Expanding  upon Clone and Mail information, ihis is how I see predictions affecting the Sunshine  Coast.  "Companies lhal innovate  can create their own demand hy  generating new products, processes or services out of Iheir  own heads."  I agree. Even husinesses on  ���lie Sunshine Coasl will have to  innovalively change their focus,  direction or customer base at  leasl once in die nexl II) years  "Companies thai want to  thrive must find their customers  among the industries thai are already riding the wave of the fu-  DREAM  What's v��>itr dream? Do yon wanl to  pay till your mortgitflt ? Retire In  liiNiiry? Buy a rnttan* at the Ink*?  Whatever your dream may he, it  probably co .is money. How do you  realize your cjoal? The first step is to  start saviuji, by paying yourself first.  We ran show you how to do it - ami how  lo make your savings tpow. Call us  loday.  Investors  Group  ���ROFITFtinM OUR EXPERIENCE  ture."  Do your revenues now come  directly or indirectly from a dying industry? If this is the case,  you should direct your marketing to industries of the future.  The new economy will also affect many of today's substantial  suppliers, so understanding  iheir viewpoint must play a big  part in who you purchase from.  This is particularly important for  retail and wholesale suppliers.  "New growth industries use  less capital and are far more research and developmeni intense. Thai (act contradicts llie  Conventional notion that earning assets are tilings such as machinery, land, building and  mineral rights Key .issels are  patents, new processes, distribution channels and knowledge  base of the work force."  II seems apparent to me thai  businesses which will succeed  in die future will place less em  phasis on material possessions  and accumulated wealth, and  more emphasis on valuing employees Innovative training will  provide new employees with  skills in creativity, flexibility and  understanding people.  Interacting with this new  breed of person will be extremely difficult for the llusiness  owner who is still complaining  ahoul not licing able lo gel good  staff  The (ilohe and Mail predicts  ill.ii old economy survivors will  be those who succeed in becoming suppliers lo die new  economy I agree, and suggest  dial die challenge lo businesses  is lo figure out where iheir  products and ideas will fit in re  iaiiiiusliip lo die changes ol die  global economy.  It's funny how business  works - as awareness increases,  so do our choices  McOr/.FCA  ImtHirteetClwterMli  Of HlHn LMUntOU  Your business is going well  when suddenly a company  partner dies You assume the  pariner's wile will sell her  deceased husband- shares to  the remaining painters, hut she  reluses to do so You are forced  lo contend with a grieving  willow and. al tile same time,  do what is besl for ihe  company  Tins is the type ol situation  you can avoid by drawing up a  iiny-sell agreement before your  business gels under way (If you  do tun have such an agreement  iii plate  you should enact one  Immediately).  A buy sell agreement is an  essential planning document lor  a business or prolessional  practice ii transfers ownership  Interest 10 a surviving owner or  Business Information Centre for  lo an entirely new party  ll also clearly establishes the  terms of a contract, such as ihe  parlies involved, a binding  obligation lo sell and lo  purchase die specific iiiteresl(s).  circumstances thai will "trigger"  die agreement, the price of the  inleresi(s). and ihe source of  funds and terms of payment  The agreement should he  drawn up with llie assistance of  a chartered accountant and a  lawyer while all parlies to the  contract are alive and well This  is the ideal situation, since  everyone  would   be   in   a  rational business trame of  mind  ll relationships and circumstance* change, the agreement  would still stand allowing lor  all orderly disposition ol  property Such an agreement  resolves ditlicult issues and is  necessary, since il will spare  Continued on page* IH.  V.hit rt.lll.nl Ilivcntorn I .rsniiinq Tp.ll  ,inw (.inn) re ii )i) s,  s.sr,-:i:i'J7  DEBORAH MEAUA  R8M0I I  ,111 thru) BUDD .Ii  8B..-..I1  The Ministry of Developmeni,  Trade and Tourism and Ihe  (iihsons and District Chamber  of Commerce have signed a  partnership agreement to provide local access to business information.  The announcement was made  last week hy MLA Harold Long  on behalf of Minister of  Development. Trade and  Tourism. Howard Dirks.  "The Ministry lias contracted  with the Chamber to provide  ���lie community Willi access to  the most up-to-date business information available," said Long  "Through Ihe llusiness Info  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIRECT  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MISC. SERVICES  Rsna Lea   Larry Roaay  BBB-3BS-.  ���  __B_.-8_.BS  Hon.-Sal. 9:30-5:00 PM  StiosYrO-m - 4349 Hwy 101 Sechell ��� Across Irom Sunshine GM  "   '"   IS Satisfaction  Quality  "Dim  'Boat:  cottrcll's Marine service^  SERVICE TO ALL MAKES * I  ercury Outboard  t\ Stern Drive Rebuilding I  Located at lost Sunshine coast Hwy.  Next to Kenmac Parts  SHOP IM-10OI SES. 115-1410  LANDSCAPING      v  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886*3412, Glb.on., B.C.  w Horkaifire (Sarbcner  \tsjmij' * ._,' r_��nn..l  f-irHon   M-nr.Ion-i. .rn  General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526         .  _*_  JAMES E. MCCARTHY  Environmental & Landscape  Consultant  ��� ��� Residential tt commercial properties  : ��� Organic gardening techniques  I   & products  I ��� Preservation ol existing foliage  i ��� Tree doctoring & maintenance  I ��� Fertilizing ft pell control  885-1942  ��_  MARINE SERVICES  J  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE")  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts &  Crlfto Nipper 886*3468  R.B.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  & Beams ^ixy  COAIT uiinoouiuiAf Hino  Senior's Discounts fJT*> _s^T *    _J D _'  Heights No Problem    \   -���Ji&sS^A-s-  Interior & Exterior       * prpCTS *.  Free Estimales HornB       *.jy\'  _    888-3862       B05-4637     ���',;  Bu  PARTS  weeaneer  Marina V Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove ..5-7111  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 8 C Tlurmoglass &j  Cobra Bolts now  ("Gordon Laird (604)886-8634  CHAINSAWS'  8ALE8 & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER I*.   CHAIN8AW LTD  ^ 7>3lhfl_THBOAD    886-291-v  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885-3930  ���������HiMU-.T  [OUTBOARDS"  PLUMBING  OF]  SERVICES    MS-40-M  w  Plumbing - Healing  Gaillttlng - Fire protection  Air management - Irrigation  Vacuum systems - Music 8 Sound systems  ������m-IKlHIVI-l imrllmmtswmamnc*  Centre   (UK)   1'ronrani,   the  Chamber receives  funding,  trainin|> and support to carry  out ils objective," said Dirks  "Over 80 llusiness Inlo Centres  throughout the province provide up-to-date dala and advice  lo those wishing lo establish or  expand a business."  Every WC lias a trained officer  available lo handle public enquiries on a broad range oi  business topics Each IIK is also  electronically linked into a  province-wide computerized  communication system. Tills  system allows tor the immediate  sharing of tlie knowledge and  expertise acquired by all of the  province's < liainher members.  The IIIC's carry a wide assortment of publications and art-  linked    with    the    llrilisli  Columbia llusiness Network  (IICIIN) which provides on-line  access lo a variety of useful  databases. Data Includes announcements of federal and  provincial government tenders,  International marketing and investment opportunities and  small business financial profiles.  "Every WC in the province can  share business inlormation  gathered Irom these sources. Inn  often Ihe most valuable source  oi information is the local  Chamber oi Commerce Itself,"  said Lotlg "Knowledge of ihe  local scene is often critical lo  die success of new and existing  businesses"  Information on government  programs, local and International contracts, marketing and  access m capital is also available  at the centres  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Life & Disability Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement Planning       ��� Kmplou. Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coasl for over 9 years'  I.AWRKNC.. K. C HAMBI.RS  *m**m*r*mu.  flUMOM  TOU'NK:    1'  UM111  WANTED  5 HOMES TO  MODEL THIS  BEAUTIFUL  DREAM ROOM  ADDITION  FIRST 5 ORDERS AT A  VERY, VERY REDUCED PRICE  FOR MORE  INFORMATION CALL:  1-800-663-0555  INTERNATIONAL EXTERIORS (B.C.) LTD.  rW  Exciting Home Plans  Pfln-BtaOCte i'��to Hurries or Distinction,  proudly announces a new and exciting I'lan Portfolio foi the 1990S  -LP-!.**'     CALL OR WRITE TOOM  ���panabode  ��� v-isoii't     HQPUflfing  lrsltfi.ai.onai Lid  S3.1Giiybiif.oaiJ  Richmond AC V6W 1H3  Telephone .604. ?70 7891  Je  $M North  767 North Rd.,  (iihsons, B.C.  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase I & .  Now Starting  ie����}k**<Amismvt��MW{<mei*mxf<m   ��  For more iiilnriiiaTinii  |ili*;isi* tall  Twiii Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  J. WAYNE ROWE,  Barrister & Solicitor,  is pleased  lo announce that  effective September 1, 1991  JEAN ROBINSON,  Barrister & Solicitor,  has joined the firm  as an associate.  '-2E--v__.____:. lM-i {MLh-{Mh^M.-'  "D(  If you l  a  The two oth  Why? To  accept this  IT'S  )N'T S  hink this is  mdidate to a  er parties sold  advance their  argument is to  best candidal  TIME TOM/.  You have the  PLIT THE VOTE!"  a logical reason for choosing a  /ote for, THINK AGAIN;  this line to you for the past three flections,  own personal and political interests. To  allow your fundamental right to elect the  e to he taken away from vou.  .RE A RESPONSIBLE CHOICE.  lull*rested in heinp  right to the best candidate.  team? Call the IIC  Liberal Catty oflice  H8V22 .<-  (It's Wilson lime)  /jpHi  This time, it's Wilson time.  ELECT CORDON WILSON  ...  ���rr ���   ii i���ifiMi-Bi-TrT-rTT  HH_u_w_u_k_a_B_aa  ���HUH 18.  Coasl News, September 2,1991.  STEMS MO  A niarieulmre NoioKisi with  the IIC Ministry nf the  Environment slate*, lhal raising  shell lish along with salmon on  salmon farms was the hest way  for maintaining eeologieal hal-  anee in Sechell Inlet  Salmon waste is eaten hy algae which, ill lurn. is eaten hy  llie shell lish  It THUS MO  Construction costs of Teredo  Street in Sechell was estimate at  S-sh.ooo in 1979 the estimate  was $264,000.  15 YEARS MO  lluhen. Evans, a fifty year rev  idem of Roberts Creek, published his hook of poetry,  Whitllillgs.  I'oel Peler Trower also pub  lished a book of poetry, his  third, entitled The Alder, and  Others.  8TEMSM0  Construction of a swimming  pool was chosen by the (iibsons  and  i'on   Melon  Centennial  Committees as a centennial project        The .11 by W foot pool  i.s estimated at a cost of  $12. SIM)  as runs MO  The I illi annual Labour Day  Celebration sponsored by the  Brotherhood ol Pulp, Sulphite  and Papeimitl Workers was the  Ik-si yel  it was estimated that . by  lunchtime,   -IM children had  claimed tickets for hot dogs,  pop and icecream  as runs AGO  South American publishers  are ollering as high as $ .(III a  ion lor newsprint ahoul four  nines the US price, according to  lite linancial Times  NOTICE  OARD  Gibsons & District  Public Library  Hours:  Tues. . M)-Jpm  Wat. 9:30.5pm  Ttnirs l_:.10-8pni  S-l 9.M-_piii  STORY NMK: Wed llksm  Hums.  Tries  Weds  nmis  Hri  Sal  Sechelt  I'uhlic Library  KlUMpni  lO-JO-lpm  IOJO-7pm  l-pni  lO.MMpm  Sulrscrtntttin - .2 iter year  I mm Period ��� 2 **.._.  IjHin Limit ��� A biniks (only 2 WH'J  ihetillte.s - lot/wk per trunk  nook lump IM mau kavmaii  EVENTS BY DATE  SVpWMMf 3  Red Cross Blood Donor One, Tuesday,  Septeintw 3 Irom M pm. SecM Legion on  Whart Strs��el. New donors iwloome.  StpwRMf 3  Sunshine Association tor the Handicapped,  Annual General  Meeting.  7:30 pm,  Gieen-court Hal. Sechell.  September 5-IS  Short course in dee ring dating lealuring  Ihe ancient forest ol the Caren Range, culturally modified trees, archaeology, sites wd  specimens and loresl use by aboriginal people Phone John Oaloeal 883-1188 or 885-  9624 or wile to Box 145, Madeira Park,  VON 2H0. Pie-registration by Aug. 29.  September 7  The Sunshine Coast Women's Anglo*  Luncheon mill tie held In Ihe United Church  Hall, Glassford Rd. Gibsons, Irom II am to  2:30 pm on Saturday, Sept. 9. Speaker ���  Alberta Rourke, Irom Langley, BC. Tickets  available al the door or al the Christian Book  Store, North Rd. Gibsons. Foi lurther  inlormation call 886-9576 or 886-9567.  September I  Sunshine Coasl Peace Committee invites  everyone lo ils Sepl. meeting at Roberts  Creek   School   Library,   7:30   pm.  Septembers  Seniors' Branch 69 Weeness exercise classes  begin on Sepl 9,11 an  Carpel Bowling members meet for lunch al  12 noon, S bowling 1:30 on Sepl 9. Phone  805-7917.  September 10  SCHSS Hospice Inn Service al 7:30 pm. SI.  Mary's Hospital Board Room.  September 12  'St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechell  Branch regular monthly meeting, Thursday al  1:30 pm, at St. Hilda's Hal. We welcome al  members and Iriends."  September 13  Literary reading by Susan Musgrove al Arts  Cenlre, 8:00 pm. Free admission.  14  Flea Market 1 luncheon at Seniors' Hal at 11  en  St fnt fl. Mr 14  Greenecourt 10 am - 3 pm. Sunshine Coast  Quilters Guild. Quilting then and now. Ten  years o( quilting on the Sunshine Coasl also a  trunk show by Doris Hansen. New members  September 16  Canadian Cancer Sociely, Sunshine Coasl  Unit, monthly meeting, Monday, 1 pm,  Regional Board Ollice, Royal Terraces,  Sechell. Come, join us as we start up alter  our summer break. Info: 885-9451.  September 17  Serendipity Pre-school starts September  Continued on page 21.   ISCH00L DISTRICT NEWSi  COMING SOON!  THE  by OavW Short, US-9S2J  ctosons Stove >%.  V*      Wood/Gas Fireplace     v+7  & Accessories Showroom  offering...  Natural Gas & Propane Fireplace Inserts ft Logsets  Direct Vent (no chimney) Heaters ft Stoves  New ft Reconditioned Airtight Woodstoves ft Inserts  "0" Clearance Fireplaces  Custom Made Glass Doors ft Fireplace Tools  Metal Chimneys ft Chimney Liners   ft much, much morel  CASH & CARRY or  PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION  IN HOME CONSULTATION  AVAILABLE NOW!  SHOWROOM OPENING SOON!  tin ilie Wednesday before  school Marled many of thr  eleven teacher, new to the district were given an orientation  visit lo all llie schools on the  coasl, the Hoard Ollice and the  District Resource Cenlre. The  leathers had an opportunity to  men dislricl and school stalls,  see llie diversity of the schools  and find oul all of the services  available to them.  The new teachers are I "at brook  (Sechell). Katherine llr own  (Wesl Sechell). Frank llujar  (Elphinstone), Suzanne  Cameron (Chatelech), Marilyn  Parreii (Chatelech) Elspeth  Grant-Smith (llallnioon Hay),  llonnie Hughes (Sechelt), Teresa  KaiueiTe (llallnioon Hay), l.nl  Kenyon (Chatelech), Michele  I.avery (Roberts Creek), Terri  Nichols (Madeira I'ark), Val  Silver (Chatelech), Glenn Smith  (Langdale), Liane Smithsaniiik  ((iihsons). and Mary Tassie  (Madeira I'ark).  Call for  info:  886-8554  P.O.Box 1279  Gibsons  r13tk  Madeira I'ark - Terry Fox Run  11 1)0 a in  Roberts ('.reck - Terry Fox Run  Wednesday, September 18th  Madeira I'ark - Meet the Staff  Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m.  Friday, SaptantMr 20th  Elphinstone  Photographs  School  m  E    W  H    ()    IM  3E)(D(D  Gibsons    &  Surrounding   Area  *���*'*'"���*   fWiv ��� -.  '   ;-_*-_��*._��   - -  :.,J- _.  PERFECT STARTER OR  RETIREMENT HOMES  INCLUDES;  ��� Up to 1216 sq. ft. of living space  ��� 3 bedrooms  ��� Master bedroom with ensuite  ��� Two car garage  ��� Large, bright kitchens   24ft  Klphiiisione - Hand Concert 7:30  p m lo raise funds for Ihe  Hand's trip to Washington  DC at the end of the  month  REGULAR SCHOOL HOARD  MEETING  r2Mk  Elphinstone - Concert Hand students leave for trip to  Washington D.C.  Buy-Sell  continued from page 16.  you from making possibly inappropriate and emotionally-  charged business decisions  when a huy-sell arrangement is  triggered.  It i.s easy to see why the  agreement is so important in  multiple-owner situations. Hut ii  is just as essential for the single  proprietor, because once be i.s  out or Ibe picture, the firm's fair  market value could deteriorate  substantially. In addition, the  need for an agreement i.s often  greater due to Ihe size of the  firm relative lo Ihe individual's  estate and family income needs.  The sole proprietor faces all  the same problems as multiple-  owners, except that he faces  them alone. And often, when  there is a question of  succession, the decision  revolves around immediate  family members and relatives,  and a chartered accountant may  he asked to help judge the  qualifications and appropriateness of a particular  successor.  To ensure the financial well-  being of your husiiiess, you  should simplify matters by  spelling everything out in a huy-  sell agreement so that if  Circumstances change and, for  example, a partner dies, a rational business decision can he  made If you have no agreement  and the situation is thrust upon  you, you may make an emotion-  based decision that does not  benefit the company.  Tlie month of September is a  busy one for schools wilh the  starting up of a new school year,  and getting plans going. The  dales for many September events  have not been finalized yet and  parents should watch for notices  coming home from school, or  contact the schools for the latest  Information.  The Calendar of events below is a partial list (accurate at  press time) of happenings in the  district. I'lease contact the  School Hoard (Iffice or a local  school for more details.  ..    .        rtti  Elphinstone   -   Graduation  diplomas have arrived at the  school and may he picked  up at the olfice  rink  REGULAR   SCHOOL  MEETING  HOARD  Schedule #16 Sunshine Coait  VANCOUVER TO POWtLLfllUtn  WATKWtKFIegttop     DAILY    DAILY    DAILY  10:09  1001  1009  KM0  10 IS  1145  11.W  12.H  Ho-MlrX-I Biy  lino--'.  Hopkins  OrintMmi  Qlbioni  ' Upo��r Olbwni  -toUrilCrMk  Wilson Cr__��  Ds.ii fit,  Sllmi Pirn  ' 5KIMII  ���5_eh_H  WiktlitHJ  ������Hillmoonfliy  Stent Co.i  Mid.lt Poml  M_r_ilr. P��rk  l.'lHHIHi.n'iTlll'lia  ITATKWof *m) Stop MOH-tAT     DAILY  U   -P_rwt.1P.lsW .1.  LingSiy B*_  Sillily Biy . 2_  Emu Cow 10 10    10:30  1010  10 ��  10 so  "10 55  Mtdilri Pint  M.__t_ Poml  Ski it Co. ���  " Hlllriiu.rit)-,  V.lkill.10  Earl) Co.i  Sultry Biy  ���liehill  SllmiPirk  Oivii Bay  vVilionC'M*  RoMrlt Cm*  'UppnQlbioni  Q .burnt  0-inir.imi  Hopkins  USS  l-OO  1103  1105  11:21  icM&iistFasI!  -hMMfcr-MM . ���  -oouwTOPiwTicjilnw��e��*i'umwT  Hole All bum lo and tram HotMrii Crook win in  round Ihrough Mien Avenue _ Marlene Hold  PARCEL EXPRESS SERVICE  Parcel express is carried nn all  schedules, offering fast, frequent ... a/enrs-jr  daily service at the lowest rales. For       "A Vc/t/CA  complete information and rales call PA/tCJSL  Maveric Coach Lines    FA7WFSS,  Gibsons 886-7742  Sechelt 885-2217  Powell River 485-5030  Province of  British Columbia  HAROLD LONG, M.L.A., (Mackenzie)      ROOMZ44, PARLIAMENTBUILDINQS,  VICTORIA, B.C. V8V 1X4 ��� (604) 3870787  CONSTITUENCY OFFICE 4493 MARINE AVENUE,  POWELL RIVER, B.C. V8A 2K3 - 485-7826  A MESSAGE FROM YOUR MLA;  British Columbia has the toughest pollution control standards in  all of North America. However, understanding the economic reality  of B.C., realistic and economically practical deadlines have been set  which take into account the constraints and costs of compliance.  HAROLD LONG AND THE PROVINCIAL  GOVERNMENT REMAIN COMMITTED TO THE  GOAL OF SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT.  Yet this development should not come at the expense of the  environment and measures should be taken to ensure that  environmentally safe work practices are kept.  However, the economic reality facing the people of the one  industry towns scattered across the province i.s of paramount  importance. The legitimate needs of these people must be given  priority.  The forest industry is the heart of the British Columbia  economy. 260,000 individuals are directly and indirectly employed by  it and almost 25 cents of each dollar generated in B.C. economy  comes from the forest.  The forest industry is the sole reason for the existence of 126  communities in B.C.,- Communities like Sechelt, Gibsons, and  Powell River. Even in Vancouver, a surprising high number of jobs,  one in five, are dependant upon the prosperity of the forest industry.  AS SUCH, THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF  ENVIRONMENTAL OPTIONS MUST BE TAKEN INTO  THE CONSIDERATION.  "I am committed to the preservation of an equitable forest  industry. The people of this province should value the wealth and jobs  created by the forest. In order to maintain our present way of life,  safe, practical, forest harvesting practices must be continued ">0  ^g|r .1  Coast News, September 2, 1991  19.  CLASSIFIED  BOBCAT & MINI EXCAVATOR  m  >"��gwM��__________  ~T*T_TT?TTTTT_I_I  HontM k\ Property  ObitMritt  i��� ��_i - ��� - -j _  .  ���i MwnonHi  Think You  COAST NEWSj  CLASSIFIED  Announcement  Wtdd-ioa I Eng^emeni  Lost  Found  Pth * UvMoek  Muaic  Tnvtl  ft���  Onge Sales  Barter tirade  ForStlt  Heavy Equipment  Autot  Trueka  Camptra  "-���- ���  MOVHCyCtM  Wanted to Rent  Bod & BraaMait  For Ront  Entertainment  Help Wanted  Buiineu & Home Services  32. Work Wanted  33 Child Care  34. Bulkiest Opportunities  36. Legal   DROP OFF YOUR  | THI SUNSHINE-  St  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B.J STORE 885*9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885*9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885*5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885*3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 888*2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  ''There's always a smiling (ace lo receive your  classifieds at the Roberls Creek General Slore, our  "Friendly People Place" In Roberts Creek.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  iMinimum)  ONE WEEK  lor 10 wurtlB  .l.irllV.. LOBt &  t ..mill FREE)  7V. QST  tnuii be  swWnd lo HI  our pflctft  29 cants for f sen Additional word  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Pald Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SUM SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $18 up to 10 words  $1 oaoh additional word  Your id, 'alluring I rum, will run A con��a_-tlva ...kg. nun will -a  can-ella- unless you Instruct us lo rmaw It by neon latsinlss*.  Nor AVAllAblA lot commarclal f_.sr.sfrs.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3i00 PM Friday*  GHBSONS 888-2822 SECHELT 885-3M0  GIBBONS FAX 888-7725 SECHELT FAX 8854884  Available lor public uae  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Reliremenl  ��� Relocation  FRM  CATALOC-UK  K8C Cowrie SI . Box 1219  Sechell. BC VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van toll Free 584-1018  WATERFRONT  54' lol - 80 year lease. Keals  Island Try your oiler 886-2694.  #24sr  Lol 23 Central Rd.. 50x105.  view, level. 3 km to lerry  872-1064 #20sr  Drive up Trail Ave., past Ihe  arena & discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout These view lots wilh  underground wiring are cleared  ready lot your dream home  Signs on properly Priced Irom  $25,000 up. #21s  MUST SELL  3 bdrm.. 3 balh. spectacular  view. Beautilul sunsets. Close to  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. II 883-9418,  988-4310. #21ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  balhs, 1400 sq. II plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lol wilh many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchell al  Veterans Rd. 886-8651.    #30ss  Gibsons. Gower Point choicest  waterlront. panoramic view. 'It  acre. 581-2904 (Surrey).   #35sr  Service lol, $29,900 lirm,  Chamberlin & Cenlral Rd., Gibsons. 886-9049. #36sr  Large view lot in Davis Bay on  BluegrouseRd.,886-7540   #35  View lol lor sale on Harvey, Granlhams. 100'x110'. Asking  $63,000 886-9427. #35  Ocean Iront cabin, Powell River,  BC. % acre. 90 It, no bank.  $235,000. 206-679-4164 or  206-675-8654 eves. #36  SUBDIVIDING,  REZONING SERVICE  Barter lor pay or  hourly rate.    "  Kick M-Cartl. las-im  Large a Small  Protects Welcome  MUST SELL  Archilechural design, spacious 2  bdrm townhouse. avail, immed.,  cenlral location. Sechell,  $108,000. 885-3842 or  885-6299. #35  3 bdrm. 2 ��� 4 pee balhs, FP.  ocean view, appl. inc.. 'h blk lo  beach, Davis Bay, $135,000  885-3572. #36  ESTATESALE  SECHELT  2 bdrms up, 1 down, Irg Irani  room plus hied rec room. Large  landscaped fenced yard,  greenhouse, fruit trees and more  885-7429. #36  1 yr old spacious 2 bdrm  lownhouse w/vlew, upper Gibsons, clean .quiet. 4appl. 1V.  baths, over 1500 sq.lt., $98,000  linancing avail by owner. Call  531-0690 collect. #35  By Owner: 1V? yr old townhouse  in Gibsons. Beautilul cond., family oriented. _ blk lo schools, 3  bdrms, Vh balhs, 5 appl,  $129,000. No GST. Phone lor  appl, 886-3313. ph. collect   #36  WANTED - Acreage with or  withoul house in Sechell or Gibsons area Wrile D. Smart. Box  5545. Edmonton. Alia, T6C 4E9  #40  FOR SALE BV OWNER: 2 bdrm  home. Lower Gibsons, $92,000.  886-3001 #37  Lexa _ Jay Pomlret welcome wilh  love Kendra Leigh a sisler lor  James. She was born August 11,  1991 weighing 8 lbs. 5 ozs.  Thanks to Drs. Pace . Builin, RN  Gail & Ihe rest ol SI. Mary's lirsl  Iloor stall. #35  Cher & Michael wish to express  great joy lor the birth ol their son,  Aaron Michael Spencer Noske, 7  lbs 4 ozs on August 22,1991 al  1:16 am in St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt. BC. A little brother lor  I son David & daughter Juliet and  i Sophie. Wilh special lhanks to  j Doctor Kristie Overhill and RN  June Nivlen. Proud grandma  Myrtle Wood and Daddy Michael  lor Iheir teamwork In assisting his  arrival. Also many lhanks lo lamily and Iriends lor their constant  love and support. And thank God  tor our gilt and blessing we  received this day. #35  C0MRIE: Leila in her 72nd year  on Augusi 30 in SI. Mary's  Hospital. Born Leila Mends at  home in Point Grey she went lo  school at General Gordon and Kitsilano High and was an accomplished pianist in her youth; a  LRCM during Ihe war she served  in the Women's Division ol Ihe  RCAF as a wireless instructor  receiving the rank ol Flight  Sergeant There will be a  memorial service in SI. Bartholomew's, Gibsons at 3:00 pm  on Monday. September 9. the  Rev Esther North presiding -  please no Ilowers The lamily ex-  lends its very real gratitude lo all  Ihose who worked so long, hard  and professionally lo make her  comlortable: the kitchen and  cleaning stall. Ihe nurses and Ihe  doctors. Di. Burlin in particular.  Leila was a superb wile, a  wonderlul mother and a true  Iriend to many. She will be greatly missed. #35  5.   Thank Yon  The lamily ol Colin Jones wish lo  lhank all Iheir Iriends lor the  kindness shown lo Ihem during  Ihe lasl lew years. We lhank you  lor all your prayers, cards, enquiries, Ilowers and gills. Thank  you lor being wilh us al Ihe service to celebrate Colin's life and  lor so much more  Margaret  & Family  #35  Special lhanks to some special  people who provided their proles  sional and personal attention lo  the many details which helped to  make our daughter's wedding al  truly memorable occasion.  Michael Norton ��� Carpenler ex-  Iraordianair; John Revington,  Theresa & Stall ��� catering; Claire  -Ann - florist: David Morgan  -guitarist; Sylvia Blackwell - cake  decoraling. -We thank you lor  your invaluable assistance.  Glenn &  Kilty York  #35  6.   Personal  Do you need some information lo  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Inlormation Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo talk?  Call Ihe Sunshine Coast Transition House lor confidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  Single male age 45, looking lor  lemale companion between age  30-40 885-2873. #43  40 year old male would like lo  meel with 30-40 year old lemale.  Dinner, dancing, travel. Shy9 So  am I. lets meel lor collee. Reply  Box 362 c/o Coasl News. Box  460. Gibsons. BC. VON IVO. #35  7.   Announcements  NEED  HELP?  ��� House <rk.iiii.il>  ��� Office Relief  ��� Construction  Clean-up  We find the people  YOU get the job done.  Westcoast  Workforce  886-3759  Does someone in youi lamily have  a drinking problem' Call Al Anon  886-9903. 885 7484. 886-9059  Al-Aleen 886-2565 NC  Phone us today about our selection  ol   beautilul   personalised  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and moiti  Jeannles Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dislunctional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 lor help.  NC  Hand  PAPER MAKING CUSSES  Roberts Creek. Sepl. 14 & 15  For Info call  886-2807 or 886-9143  #36  Our heartfelt lhanks 10 all our  friends tor the many kind  messages of condolence, prayers  and special masses lor the recenl  passing ol our deal wile & mother  Helen Anita Johnson. From her  husband Oscar & lamily. son  Raymond Machon _ lamily, son  Dennis Machon _ lamily       '35  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463.  TFN  ���������������������I  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Beniamin Moore Paints  environment  Fnenoiy Paints ^ ,*-  in Alt  Colours Of  the Rainbow  IncluOing Qreen  _N  Bill Wood  SECHELT  9L  A   Bus 885-2923  ______ Res. 885*5058 I  ��� ���������������������I  ALL   Women   interested   in  registering lor Ihe 9 month  Women In Trades Program, call  885-2991 (Holly). Orientalion  night will be held Sepl. 16 al Ihe  shop 1019 Venture Way. Gibsons  and course starts Oct. 15.    #35  'sjjjrjfCRESTMALl1  {Where hnprw-ndingsj  This Thursday is  Seniors Day  Special Discounts at  Participating Mall  stores.  Bring your Gold  Care_ard and SAVE!  Large diamenli broache in Lower  Gibsons on Ihe 16th of August  Senlimental value. Reward  886-8129. #35  Screw-on Sterling earring.  Maybe on mini-bus (Kirkland or  Gibsons). 886-7031. #35  Tortoise shell spade lemale cat  North Rd., lal pouch, orange  -black   -   tan.   "Smudge'  886-8659. #35  Ladies' purse, red & while  striped canvas at Davis Bay.  Please phone 885-5570.      #37  Free to good home: Pure bred  spade female German Shepherd,  4 yrs old. 886-9785 att. 5 pm  wkdys. #36  SPCA FOR ADOPTION  1 border Collie X. lemale. t black  Setter Lab X. male. Cals . kit-  lens. 885-3447. #35  Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club  meeling Sept. 11. 7:30 pm  Roberts Creek School. Video:  General Horse Management.  Everyone Welcome! #35  TROPICAL FISH  - All Types - Fancy -  Large Angels  Breeding Pairs  886-9890  #37  14 mon male Shepherd, very  dark markings. Obedience trained, great with children, terrible  with livestock. Any reasonable oiler accepted. 886-7655.      #37  Fresh Pork Pigs lor sale. Ready lo  butcher soon. Double wire buny  cage . bunnies tor sale.  886-8333. #37  FREE Pick-Up manure between  Gibsons & Sechelt. Call  885-3917. #37  WE PAY CASH FOR  YOUR WOODSTOVE  886-8554  #35  Used cement mixer, with or  without motor. 886-8164.     #35  Two AES AlphaPlus word processors. To give away You lix.  886-2207. #35  MOVING - Must sell Yamaha  Eleclone auto bass chord ogran,  model B60. exc. cond. cost over  $4000. Make me an Oder.  886-9363. #36  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  W  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  VIOLIN OR  FIDDLE INSTRUCTION  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  Long-haired black & white cat  lound on Creekside. Gibsons.  Very alleclionate. 886-2756.  #35  Keys on Stewart Rd. oil North Rd.  886-4632. #35  PotsS  Livestock  #36  Old-style Hammond upright  piano. Solid wood. gd. cond.,  $2000.886-8286. #35  PRIVATE GUITAR INSTRUCTION  Practical & Theory  ALL STYLES  Call Martin  886-7179  #40  HAY! HAY! HAY!  Vanderveen Hay  Sales  Trailer Hay Sale,  Sept 14  FOR LOCATIONS CONTACT;  MARG BENNETT: 883-2742  JEANINE ELLINGHAM: 885-9969  BRIAN: 1-800-663-2678  PET FOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL. NUTROMAX,  PURINA, WAYNE  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Qualily Farm 4 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Piatt Rd 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then _ Now Furniture  699   Highway   101,   Gibsons  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions  NC  Help reduce Ihe pel over  population problem - spay or  neuter your pet NC  Rabbits lor sale. Flemish giant  cross Chincilian giants  886-9500 #26ss  Free kittens lo good homes.  886-3259. #35  BOATS - 2 mothers wilh a  young doe each. 886-7488.  #35  Redrock pullets. 3 mos. old.  Good layers. Also white Emden  young Gander, 885-2789.    #35  Wanted: 2 female, il poss.. grey  geese, call 885-3301. #35  Moving must sell: 15.3 HH 8 yr  old Bay Gelding, sound, road  aware, greal with kids. Nice trail  horse. Ph: 883.9327 between  8:30 am ��� 5 pm Open lor oilers.  #35  CKC registered Cairn Terriers .  Welner pigs. $60. 8-6-31.4. #36  Flashy dark bay 15H. V. TB geld.  9 yrs, English, lumps well,  885-9969.885-3247. #38  Buying Bottles 4 Beer Cam  Wi Will Pick Up  80' dor.  1-649-9013 toll-Ires  886-8039  #40  Wrought iron claw lool 5Vi-6tt  bathtub call 885-3301        #35  Licensed practical nurse with extended care experience looking  lor accomodation with 2 children  7 & 10 Will consider care lor  sniioi in exchange or property  management Call Lorrl  764-1048 #36  Firewood 14" length, lair price  lor good cord, quantity 3-4 cords  needed Also, require good aged  horse manure 885-3789.     #36  Middle aged reliable woman will  house sil Sept. and/or Oct.  987-7247 or 885-5972.       #36  Top $$ paid lor any military  Items, firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #37  FREE FILL - easy drop, central  Roberts Creek Jon 886-2461 or  msg. #37  IMMEDIATELY  Donations ol salety approved Intent day care equipment: cots,  playpens, strollers, back packs,  snugglies. mobiles, shelving  appl.. elc. Financial donations  and pledges ol volunteer labour  also accepted Call Diane  886-2469 or Sharon 886-4721.  Teen Parent Education Program.  #36  Sept 7 ��� 8 - 10 - ? 772 O'shea  Rd, Gibsons. #35  MOVING OUT SALE  Sat . Sun. Sept. 7.8  2nd driveway on left  Garden Bay Road.  #35  Moving - Sale - 5221 Radclilfe.  Sal., Sept 7.10-1. #35  Sechelt - Moving - Household  items, lurniture, tools, paint,  shells, burls, building materials,  misc. Also Winnebago  molorhome. Sepl. 7-8, 10 am.  5853 Hwy. 101.885-9366.  #35  MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE  Sat., Sept. 7, 10-2  1230 Craw Rd  #35  5151 Ridgeview. Davis Bay oil  Havies. Sal., Sepl. 7/91,10-3.  #35  MOVING: Tools, furniture, etc.  Sept. 7, 9 am. 5409 Derby,  Sechell. #35  17. Barter & Trade  Certilied portable welder, will  Irade for cert, auto mech. work.  886-4925. #35  18   For Sale  Instant  Gardens  ���tat at  MELVILLE  COTTAGE  GARDENS  Fere nnial Specialists  I BBS Tyson Rd.,  Sechelt  9 am - 5 pm  On���d Man fc Tiwa  (North nil Hwy  1(11 brtwf e *s  ^jjddR<^^iowninf��d^  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  HAV $4.00/Bale  Whole Oats $5.00/50 Ibl.  GARDEN MULCH HAV  $3.90/Dala  FRESH LOCAL  ORGANIC VEGETABLES  Phone M5-9357  #TFN  Cedar Shakes, any size. Will  custom cut. 885-5669 or  885-5601. TFN  King size lour poster knotty pine  walerbed. $400 obo. 886-8862.  TFNs  Norsal Satellite system, dish,  receiver, remote, complete.  $500 Mike. 885-5779.     #35ss  Astron satellite receiver, low  noise amplllier and down con  verier  $350 obo 885-5585   #36  FIREWOOD  MAPLE or MIXED  885 6499 or 885-3398  #36  Enterprise #30 tree standing  woodstove w/hinged doors,  screen. $150 885-9041      #36  Bargain prices, house content  sale, evenings _ weekends.  886-3929. #36  EVERYTHING  MUST BO  22' Flbrelorm cabin, I/O Mercruiser. winch, sounder, etc.  $4700; 11' camper Husky.  3-way Iridge & oven, $1200; 79  Olds Toronado. loaded. A/C.  leather. $1400; '73 Dodge 24  pass, bus, 318, no rusl; full size  canopy, insulated, $175.  Everything in very gd. cond..  Irades considered, i.e. touring  bike, on/olf road bike.  886-8779. #36  Bolt aclion 303. Lee Enfield $75.  886-7521. #37  New 5/8 drill press - c/w Index,  $125, wood lathe _lools, $125;  BK RF signal generator, 10MZ  dual trace scope, electronic components, all lor $50. 886-9194.  #37  Funky 1923 Wesllnghouse Elec.  range, needs re-wlring. 4'x4'9"  mirror. Old steamer trunk with  chintz inlerior. 886-8695.    #35  BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  silver,  bank notes  While elec 24" stove. $100 obo  886-3441 #37  2 duck prints or trade lor 12  alum, boat 883-9163. #35  New 3 ton engine hoist,  knockdown style $500 Cost  $1200 885-2544 #22sr  Fresh prawns available  $4 50/Hi Call886-8615    TFNs  Seasoned Alder, split. $65/cord  You pick up. 883-9978        #35  Atlas 6" metal turning lathe.  $1500. Shop Smith 4 in t wood  tool. $600. meat sheer. $350. ,  wood lurnace. $350. wood stove.  $400. lireplace insert. $250.  snow thrower tor small tractor.  V6 Volvo motor, $150 885-5443  aft. 6 pm  #351  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120  Back _ extras. Mint condition.  886-4886. #33sr  Browning auto rifle 308 vein cal  with 2 _ Redheld as new. $575  obo. 886-7591. #32ss  8' Horizon dinghy, as new. $700.  Tandem boal, trailer up lo 28',  $2900,886-7927. #35  Washer & dryer. $400; Iridge,  $50; 5.5 Oulboard motor, $350.  886-9049. #36ss  Bark mulch, manure, topsoil, up  to 3 or 4 yards ot gravel products,  delivery charge. $25/nr.  885-2592. #35  Quart sealers. $5 per doz.  886-2673. #35  Two near new 7" 'A' vent  chimneys. 18' & 30' cast boiler  propane burner and controls.  883-2502. #35  2 chest of drawers. Kenmore  spin-dry washer. Hoover  vacuum, ladies' 12-spd bike,  small girl's bike, arborite kitchen  table . 6 chairs. 886-2441 eves  #35  Fisher stereo VCR, 3 yrs. old. like  new. $400 obo. 886-8296.   #35  CELLULAR PHONE  Nova Tel transportable 3W  power, hands Iree, charger, a  steal at $225. Ph: 886-3490 Ive  msg. #35  IBM Compatible 286-AT computer w/printer. Exc. cond., (still  under warrantyl. 40 meg H/D.  colour monitor, loaded with programs, exc. lor school, home  business 8, entertainment.  $1800 686-3540 #35  Small bed (Ins crib matlress).  $75 obo, brown recliner, $50.  886-3540 #35  Canopy lits 3/4 Ion. make me an  oiler. 886-2637 #35  30" elec. range, hood, swag  light, large Iridge. all avacado.  885-2789 #35  Posiden dry suit, size med .  $400. 886-9346 all 5 pm   TFNs  McClary slove. $300, Kenmore  dryer, $150. Weslinghouse  Iridge. $300, len windows.  $20/ea 886-4738 #36  Centronics 150-3 basic DOS  printer. $75 886-3639        #35  Two heavy duly axels _ wheels  18" cast iron, complete with  roller bearings suitable lor large  marine ways. $500. 120 hires  stone Henge Cloverdale painl.  $480 883-2669 #37  Living room suile, coltee & end  tables, dining room table &  chairs. _ bedroom suile  885-5374 between 6-8 pm    #36  White baby crib w/matlress.  $100 886 4856 #37  Leather sola & Iwo chairs, like  new. $1995obo 886-9479   #37  2 bdrm older trailer, needs work.  $4000. 886-2160 or 886-9089  #37  Toilet wash-basin and taps. gd.  cond . $60. 886-7519.        #35  Green Iridge. slove. $400 obo; 2  manual. 1 elec. hospital beds:  table & chairs. $200 obo. 2 brass  FP screen, $IO/ea. 886-2594  #35  Inglis 18 c.l. frost Iree tridge.  Also Kenmore 30" elec. range.  885-2789. #35  NINTENDO-SEW  lata-Rentals-Trai  NEW & USED  ���uMtrs  fn^W _��� Htll_(fW  104 Teredo Sq. Sechelt  -   - -���->��� ��� �����-��� ~----���*��   ��� --���"���--_���  _-�� _--___. ���������-.-���st.atauBa-r.-  _M_a_w_N_l_il_HllM 20.  Coast News, S-ptemh-r 2, I*W1  BARK  MULCH  lor landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc  Trucking to be  paid by customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 886-7043  (1 to 4 pm) jlfa  FIREWOOD  $50 PU LOAD  Splil - Well Seasoned  You Pick Up  886-3360  #35  Viking 30" coppertone. sell-  clean slove. $359; Gurney  Chalelel 30" HG stove. $389.  Gurney Chalelel 30", HG slove.  $389: Kilchen aid Superba built-  in dishwasher, top ol the line.  $379; Weslinghouse 16 cu. It.  2-dr. FF very nice, $439; 30"  Speed Queen Chatelet 30" almond slove, $429; Gibson almond 16 cu. It. FF. $479; GE almond, 14 cu. II. 2-dr FF. $439;  Viking While, 15 cu. II. 2-dr FF.  $459: Gibsons avacado 14 cu. It.  2-dr FF. $389; and more, all  reconditioned. Guaranleed lor 90  days to 2 yrs. Corner cupboard.  885-4434 or 885-7897.       #37  Will buy non-working major appliances. 885-7897. #37  Generator, 3.5 KW, Onan. heavy  duty, propane remote start, many  access,$1500. l-263-9463.#37  Black Raliegh BMX bike, new  rear tire, cared lor, $50.  885-4886. #37  Older working washer & dryer,  $75/pr. 886-2768. #35  TROPICAL  FISH  - All Types -  ��� Fancy -  Laige Angels  Breeding Pairs  Ladles' Goll Clubs  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abes Used Aula Parts  and Tawing  M6-2020  TFN  70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well pans avail.. $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6.  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000.886-3841. #22sr*  1989 Nissan Micra. recent brake  job. exc. cond.. $6300.  886-3211. #36  1980 Chev Monle Carlo, gd.  transportation. $1200 obo Call  885-4573 eves. #37  '87 Mustang Cobra, red, 5-spd.  T-rool. Alpine alarm. 51.000  kms. $12,000 886-2477.    #37  1981 Ford Escort H/B. wilh only  57,500 mi., gd. cond . $1500.  Ph 883-2312. #37  1981 TRX Mustang. 68.000 mi..  2 3 L. auto. exc. cond.. $1800.  885-3768. #37  1953 Ponliac Chlellan,  2-dr.,  exc. cond., 886-4634 all, 6 pm.  #35  72 New Vorker, customlow-  rider. high perl. 440, propane,  $4500.886-8651. #37  1987 Reliant K-Car. exc. cond.,  only 30.000 mi,, greal gas mil.,  economical  to run.  5 pass.,  5-spd.. $5300 obo. 886-3113.  #37  WHY MOT  SAVE TIME?  We hatv many  pre-iiwned cars and  truth* in slur* nonrf  From $SOO and up.  Call 885-4004-  Mike I'limlcv  15 cu. ft. Hotpoinl Iridge. A-1  cond., top door Ireezer, $175.  886-9770. #37  Fold-away cot, no mattress, $25;  crib & mattress. $55. 886-3845.  #35  MOVED: Must sell wel suil. lawn  mower, dryer. Queen size  waterbed. child carrier for bike,  back rest to fit on canoe.  886-8333. #37  Anlique Rosewood lea trolley,  $175; 2 len gal. aquariums  w/lids, $20/ea. 886-2513.   #35  19. Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  We'll Beat Any  Competitor's Rates  TFN  With or Without  Operator  Seabinl  RENTALS LTD  78 VW Rablt, luel InJ. 4-spd,  bills lor new from end. brakes,  exhaust, lires. liming belt. etc.  i, body. $1250 obo.  886-8225. #36  REDUCED  1987 Dodge Colt, P/S. P/B.  auto, 4-dr. exc. cond.. $4900.  885-7429. #36  1985 5th Ave.. Chrysler, loaded,  leather, rool. elc. 1 owner.  66.000 mi. Asking $6500.  886-8206. #36  1965 Ponliac Custom Sport, 2  dr., hardtop, rebuilt327-350 HP.  Immac. interior. $2300.  886-2694. . #24sr  1979   Camaro.   exc.   shape,  $3000.883-9165. #23sr  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good. $1900 OBO. 883-9165.  #23sr  1987   Camaro.   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond., or Irade lor  besl backhoe, $8500.886-7013.  #25s  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B, $550 OBO. 886-3641. #24s  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains' seals, needs work,  parts. 885-2207 #33ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covers, 866-9500  anytime. #23sr  coastline:  ���used auto partsj  ;       4 cyLtTorri $l��f      j  ��� 6 cyl. Irom SIT. ���  J v-8 Irom SMS I  ���Mechanic On Duty";  ��� lowest Prices a  J ��HUUn��SMMU .  m Al Pans 6��S Smal ���  ��� You. Cs'bmfltoi -Wit Ficnn 159  Wfcn  ���_���������������  1983 Volkswagon Rabbit GTI.  Calitornia car. (no bullet holes)  156,000 Ireeway miles, orig.  paint, garage kept, sunrool. loaded, shuttle deck, white  w/burgundy Interior. $4800  Price Slashed Only $4200. Phone  886-7214 TFNs  1972 Ford LTD. 2 owners, exc.  cond .$1500 886-8866.   #34sr  1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme.  $600 obo 886-8862.        TFNs  1978 Pontiac LeMans. gd. running order. $500 886-3963.  #40sr  1979 Buick Regal, very gd.  cond. $2500.886-8286.     #35  EXCELLENT CONDITION  1984 4-cyl, 4-dr. K-car. lamily  vehicle, well muni., only 56,000  ml, Irom new. $3750 obo.  886-8836. #35  1984 Nissan Micra. 54,000 kms,  A-1 shape, $3500 obo.  886-2984. #35  1975 Buick Riviera. 58.000 ml..  very little rusl. $1500.885-4519.  #35  1979 Dodge Aspen, gd. cond.,  clean, gd. tires. $950 obo.  883-9978. #35  MINI VAN  SY VANAMERA  1987 Chev Astro, fully loaded.  V6.   54.000  ks.   exc.  cond..  885-7016. #36  Mazda GT turbo. 5-spd. AM/FM  cass., P/sunrool, many more op-  lions, $12,500. 886-7572 pis.  Ive.msg. or 885-3243.       #36  '82 Suburu. runs well, lots ol  zip. gd. commuter car. 885-5423  eves. #36  1985 Ford Escort. 4-dr, 5-spd,  exc. cond., $3500. 886-3789.  #37ss  1976 LeMans 2-dr. reliable car,  $500.885-6286. #36  87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome. exc  cond . 886-8481 #_3sr  1989   camperette.   $800  885-5492  #28ss  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  tridge. stove, lurnace. toilet,  sink. $7300. 886-3306.    #35sr  13'Scampar trailer, clean, gd  cond.$2500.886-3222.  #31ss  1977 Dodge camperized maxi  van. Raised roof. Iridge. stove,  lurnace. propane powered, very  clean & economical. $4500 lirm  886-2182. #39sr  Light English trailer, 2-way F/S  sleeps 4. $2500. 886-8510.  #3991  35II. 5th wheel '81 Wilderness  Reas. shape, asking $16,000  886-3448. #35  27' 5th wheel trailer, lull bath.  A/C. awning, lully equipped  $9900,886-7488. #35  Excellent starler camper, 8 ft  $600.886-3789. #37ss  13II. Boler. sleeps 4. exc. cond  $2195.886-8487. #37ss  �� WE'RE HERE ,.  * TO HELP YOU *  ��� RV Parts  ���Accessories  ���Repairs  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  &f=*\Jl MO-MI*  Sunahin. Com Hwy. Olbaona  15_ tt. Travelaire. stove, Iridge.  lurnace 8, toilet. Exc. cond..  $2700.886-3615. #37  19V;' Custom Koach travel  trailer, exc. cond.. avail. Oct. 1  $4895 obo. 885-6237 days  -657-8419 eves &wknds.    #37  30 It. 5th wheel trailer, full balh.  A/C, $7900.885-4862.       #37  sfCHfiTiUMtt  SURVEYS LTD.  captain nil Marm  MC M MC.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  6 HP Johnson _ tank. Small  motor mount, live bait tank  w/punip & bracket Fresh water  pump. RV table mount, two motor  mounls. Boal trailer winch, 3  praps 883-9278 #35  M V Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish decls. Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec./91,  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg.. new LMS. 200 w/  Loran C. new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid. new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  #38sr  Rubber rait; Avon ��� Rover R3-40.  max. 15 HP, '_ price, $2200.  885-2306 #28ss  1987 Ranger Ltd. Edition Boston  Whaler Design. 10 yr. hull warranty. 1988 55 HP Suzuki 0/B,  galvanized trailer, storm cover,  Apelco sounder, VHF radio,  $8750 886-9992. #39sr  26'Bayliner. 305 Chev, 280 Leg,  stand-up Hush toilet, sleeps 4-5,  FWC. dinghy, down rigger, deep  & lish linder. Asking $17,500.  886-8835. #35  24' Bayliner. 133 Merc motot.  w/leg, $9500 obo. 883-2661.  #35  Two heavy duly axels _ wheels.  (18" cast iron), complete  w/rollet bearings, suitable for  large marine ways. $500: 120  litres stone henge gray solid colour slain (Cloverdale paint).  $480.883-2669 #35  18V;' Double Eagle. Volvo 270  leg. 302 Ford V8 engine, $3500.  Ph.1-261-6551. #35  Sangster 18V;'. Volvo I/O, FWC.  all new bells, etc. New road  trailer, 10 HP Johnston motor,  many extras. $12,000 or oilers.  885-3314. #36  22' Sangsler, 302, V8.888 Merc  leg, molor rebuill, new manifolds,  hard top, trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. #22ss  24. Mobile Homes  Carpenter seeks small cottage.  Sechelt to Pender Harbour Will  do maintenance etc. 885-7143.  IE  886-8744  EQUIPMENT _ TOILS FDR  INDUSTRY. CONSTRUCTION,  HOME 4 FARM  HWY. 101, GIBSONS  MONDAY TO SATURDAY, 8-5  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old. lowered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value, $15,000 or  trade up/down lor Toyola 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694.  #25ss  1982 Toyola Tercel, exc. cond.,  $2900 obo. 886-7738 or  886-2833. #28ss  1978 Merc Monarch, 302, rblt,  new rad. exc. cond.. etc. $2000.  885-3314. #36  ATTENTION HUNTERS  Fibreglass dune-buggy - new  shocks, new starter, windshield,  bumper, many extras, $1000  Firm. 886-7116. #37  1990 Dodge Grand Caravan LE,  loaded, low kms, must sell  885-6026, #37  1977 Corvette Mop, 350 auto,  $2000 in wheels & Sony stereo.  Great shape, $8800 obo.  886-7237. #37  '63 Volvo PV 544, sport deluxe  classic, gd. mech. cond., needs  body work. $600 obo. 886-3639.  #35  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. #27ss  '79 Pontiac Sunbird, runs, $200  OBO. 885-5692. #30ss  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Otters.  886-3306. #35sr  1986 Ford Taurus, all options,  new lires, 75,000 km. 885-2777.  #32ss  U.S. GOVERNMENT SEIZED  Vehicles Irom $100. Fords.  Mercedes, Chews. Corvettes.  Surplus. Buyers Guide. (1) 805  962-8000 Ext. CS-308.        #35  1929 Ford Model-A town sedan,  completely restored, $12,500  obo. 885-7037. #37  '83 Ford Escort H/B, new  brakes, exhaust, $3000 obo.  886-2049. . #35  1975 Flat X-19, black sportscar,  gd. cond., $1500 obo.  886-9792. #37  1986 Ford Mustang LX, one  owner, lady driven, $7000.  886-7955. #37  '86 Toyota LeVan, loaded, exc.  cond.. $10,500.883-2377.  #35  1982 Lincoln (mini) Continental  Choc, brown exl., tan cloth int.  up to date maintenance, gd  mileage, gd. cond., very reliable  Asking $5000. 886-8195 alt. 6  pm. #37  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parts only 885-2207.       #33ss  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl.. 4  spd.. limited slip, good cond.,  $8500.885-5444. #28s  1962 Chev. V; ton pickup. Runs  okay. $600.885-7029.     #32ss  1990 F150 4x4 supercab, short  box. XLT. 17,000 kms., Lariat,  lully loaded & extras, $20,500.  886-3767. #30ss  1978 Ford F250 super cab, 4x4,  wilh 10 It. security camper.  885-3374. #34ss  1976 Ford crewcab, Canlor  yellow. $2200.886-4535.    TFN  1990 Toyola 4X4 PU, 4-cyl.  5-spd, P/S, P/B, 14.500 km, lull  rust-proofing & undercoating,  checker plate running boards 8,  box caps w/sprayed on box liner.  Pioneer AM/FM cass. stereo,  $16,000 Firm. 886-2714 home.  886-9394 work. #35  1991 Chev V; ton. tilt steering  C/C. delay wiper, sunrool. many  exlras, incl. 8 ft. camper. Asking  $22.000.886-7960. #36  1987 Ford Ranger PU, canopy.  boxliner. running boards.  AM/FM cass., 67,000 ks on V6  Aulo runs on propane or gasoline,  40 gal. propane tank, $7500 obo.  886-8633. #36  1973 International 1. ton, exc.  tires, 7 w/rlms, old but good,  $1200 obo. 885-3314.        #36  1976 Ford F250, 4X4, fresh  engine, front dill., & painl. Must  sell, $2700 obo. 886-7890.  #37  '76 Ford F250,4X4, gd. running  gear, well maintained, $2500.  886-2184. #37  1981 Chev PU, gd. work truck,  $1200 obo. 886-8431.        #35  1975 GMC 21 It. step-van, in-  sulaled and lully shelved, 75,000  ml., $2500; 1980 Ventura GMC,  8-cyl.. auto, P/S, P/B. 143,000  kms, $2500. Both In gd. cond.,  885-3396. 137  1977 Dodge van, gd. lires, gd.  body work, exc. cond., $2100  obo. 886-9156. #35  '78 Ford 3 ton, factory steel Hat  deck, hydraulic dump, $8300;  '77 Dodge 1 ton maxl-van, V-8,  auto, cruise, trailer brakes,  $1000.886*8651. 137  _���  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. '      TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  E-Z-Loader Trailers Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales and Service. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser & Yanmar 883-1119.  TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duty  constr.ction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towposl, healer, view  Smitty's Marina. $3200 (oilers).  886-2567. #28ss  WANTED: Exhausl manifold for  4-cyl. Volvo Penta, 130 HP.  886-3457. #36  FORCE D  ��� Heaters  ���Stoves   ���BBQ's  Now Available At  ^SUNCOAST  ji-H) MOTORS  ^Jr^AtJ1! ������ ������mi.  Sunshine Coasl Hwy Gibsons  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very fast and In top condition,  surveyed value $8500. Olfers _  Irades considered. 886-2738.  #32sr  F/G boat, trailer. 6 HP. 0/B. gas  tank. Complete, $600.  885-2965 #38sr  22 loot Sangster twin Volvo legs,  lots ol exlras. $3900 OBO.  886-9741. #30ss  Highliner trailer, like new. 1000  Kg. 14" tires. $1700 OBO.  886-3001 #38sr  24' _eta I/O F.W.C. w/head, CB,  sounder, sports-yk, rod holder,  spare anchors, $10,500.  883-9041. #34ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond.  $3800.685-9333. #35ss  21' 'Cat' sailboat, cruise ready,  9.9 Merc. 2 anchors, propane  stove _ heater, VHF, sounder _  very comly, large cabin w/lnslde  steering. Gov't Wharf. Gibsons.  Asking $18,000.886-8225. #36  Like new Elde boat loader, $750.  #36  14x68. slove. fridge,  washer/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond., new rugs. $26,000. Must  be moved. 886-7013.      #33ss  Deluxe  Modular Home  Sel-up in new park  Ready lor immediate occupancy  Must be seen to be appreciated  Trades welcome     886-9826  or collect 597-3322  1-800-663-3637  TFN  Owner will finance  starter home. 12 x 48  2 bdrm. set-up in Gibsons  OAC. Contact Charles  886-9826  1-800-663-3637  TFN  For sale or rent. 3 bdrm lurnished  mobile home w/view, avail, immed. 885-9507. #35  PADS AVAILABLE  $190 Per Monlh  S.C.M.H.Park  886-9826  #37  MOBILE HOME SERVICES  Repairs  ���   Relevel  Skirting & Additions  886-9172  #39  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  Four Display Homes  Starting at $49,900  With as Low as 5% Down  Map Assistance OAC  CONTACT  Sylvia McLean 886-2597  or 1-800-663-3637  TFN  BY OWNER  12x68 Mobile Home  For Inquiries Call  886-3039 - 886-7306  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in the rental ol property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ot tental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe adver  tisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ot the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Coast Ntwi  will therelore not accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Storage/Garage  Lower Gibsons  12'Wx29' Lx9-I0'H  $200  886-8089  #35  2 bdrm apl. 8, basement, large  yard, lower Gibsons, $820.  886-8089  #35  1 bdrm view apt, new bldg, quiet  _ secure, lower Gibsons, private  patios & garden, laundry facility,  convenient to shops, $625.  686-3420. #35  Bachelors suile. open II. plan, ulil  inc., 886-9501. TFN  GIBSONS  1 bdrm, great view, FP,  skylights, $600 plus; 1 bdrm,  sunny, $500 plus; bachelor, view  of mts. deck. $500 plus; 2 bdrm  ground Iloor, Irg yard, air light.  $650 plus. Arthur 885-9859. #36  1 bdrm apl. Irg kitchen _ living  room. Close to all amenilies. no  pels. $550. 883-1142 or  937-3794 quiel residential area.  #35  Waterfront cottage Granthams  Landing, $450/mon. Ph:  939-9650. #35  15 minutes trom Langdale Ferry:  3 bdrm apt., 1250 sq. It., top  Iloor tn-plex, Iridge. slove,  carpets, drapes, private entrance, Iree parking, no pels.  $650/mon. Avail, immediately  886-7006 or 1-467-4260.     #35  28   For Rent  THE  WESTPORT..  Walk to the Landing Shops and  beach trom this high quality  building in Lower Gibsons featuring custom tilted kitchen with  stove & fridge, designer  bathroom, mini-blinds on all windows, fully carpeted, laundry  facility, security entrance, private  patios.  1 Bedroom Apartments  1610.1625. IMS  2 Bedioom Apartment  1770  Call  886-3420  For Appointment To View  #37  KIWANIS  HERITASE APARTMENTS  Applications now are being accepted tor Kiwanis Seniors' Low  Cost Apartments. Handi-capped  and double units still available.  Applications may be acquired by  calling 886-7735. #36  One bedroom suite - main Iloor ol  house. View _ FP. utll. & cable  incl. Suitable lor one person. No  pels. $5O0/mon. 886-4856. #37  2 bdrm duplex, large yard, central Gibsons, $600. 886-2940.  #37  One bdrm house on Hwy 101,  Gibsons. Avail. Oct. 1,  $425/mon. 271-0753eves. #37  1 bdrm cottage, waterlront. Avail.  Oct. 1.886-8358. #37  View main Iloor duplex, 3 bdrm,  living room, lamily room, 5 appl.,  $850 plus ulil. 886-4773,  421-4787 Ive. msg. #36  Furn., 1 bdrm trailer, waterfront,  avail. Sept. 1 to June 30/92.  Rent $350. 686-8676 bet. 5-7  pm. #37  2 bdrm.. Gibsons, Appliances,  NO PETS avail, immediately,  $725 mo. 883-9650 eves.,  266-7478 Ive.msg. #37  N/S, N/D, prolessional woman  wants room mate to share 3 bdrm  Davis Bay home, $450/mon.  885-6096 alt. 6 pm only.     #35  2 bdrm apt. L. Gibsons, new bldg  w/laundry facilities, $770.  886-3420. #35  Furnished 2 bdrm W/F cottage.  Seima Park, avail. Sept. 1,1991.  thru June 1992. $700/mon.  885-2044. #35  FOR LEASE  650 Sq.ft.  Retail Space  733-9883  2 bdrm spacious architechural  design townhouse, all appl.. central location, Sechelt. Avail. Sept.  1st, $850/mon. 885-3842 or  885-6299. #35  3 bdrm upper duplex, view, Davis  Bay. all appl. $750/mon. plus  ulil. 885-6096. #37  Clean 2 bdrm duplex avail. Immed. Close lo water, shops, &  school. $750/mon. Bill 886-2277  or Sam 581-8078. #36  PROFESSIONAL MINI STORAGE  New Building  886-8628  #40  Cozy 2 bdrm lurnished waterlront  home. Sepl-June, $700/mon.  885-92*18 or 1-929-1729.     #35  Wilson Creek, house, 2 bdrm, 4  appl.. work shed. $725/rnon.  736-3490 alt. 6 pm. Avail. Immed. #36  2 bdrm. house, waterlront, Gibsons, no pets. $735, 886-9074.  #35  A beach cottage, lull bath, turn.,  elec. heat. Avail. Sept-June,  $400/mon. Granthams atea.  939-9650. #36  VIEW! 3 bdrm lownhouse, convenient Gibsons locations, incl. 5  appl., blinds, cable. Avail. Sept.  15, $800/mon. 886-3013.   #37  ROOMS  S105P-*.  plus tax  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail.,  dances,   parties,   weddings.  Yvonne 886-7815. TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transler Ltd.  886-2664. TFN  1250 sq. ft. 3 bdrm. upper  duplex, Roberts Creek, 4 appl.  Avail. Sept. 1. $800 Inc. heat.  i-2739 or 885-7461.       #35  Large bdrm., use ol house,  cable, private phone avail. Quiet  person. $280 plus '/< Hydro.  886-3227. #35  Roberls Creek waterlront, 3 bdrm  architecturally designed home,  2300 sq. ft. plus basement,  $1200 from Oct. 1st. 228-9446.  #35  #37  25. Motorcycles  Squire sidecar, two seats, brake.  Will Install. $2200 OBO.  885-7430. #27s  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc.  cond., garage kept. $8000.  886-9595. #2ta>  '82 Honda CB900F. exc. cond..  low kms, $1200 obo. 886-9862.  #35  1980 - 750 Kawasaki LTD,  33.000 kms, gd. cond., $850  obo. 886-2785. #35  14' Sangsler double hull, $500  firm. 886-7116. #37  Classic rowboat 12' cedar carvel  oak, ribs copper fastened, professionally restored, original oars  incl. Must see, $1200 Firm.  885-7787. #37  Rebuilt 302 V-8, Merc leg, hydr.  trim tabs, other parts, 885-3253.   m.  1981 Hourslon Glascralt w/1990  Volvo Penta 305 engine _ 280  Volvo lag. Great shape. $16,500.  Pll. 883-2312. #37  In Slock at  ENMAC  __  _       nic^'  Ml Filters, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jiv at 886-2031  K  26  Wanted to Rent  .Jfc.  Waterfront cottage required tor 2  wks. In September. Gibsons  -Roberts Creek area. 732-8407  att. 6 pm. TFN  Small workshop with retail space,  Sechelt, Gibsons. 886-3832. ��5  EXECUTIVE large 5 bdrm view  home, 5 appl., 2 sided FP. hot-  lub. elec. plus heat, auto 2-car  garage, and much more. Large  yard, walk to terry, avail. Del.  1/91, $1400/mon. 886-3308  days. 686-8801 aft. 5:30 pm.  #38  A very nice 3 bdrm, full bsmt  house, 3 appl, en-suite, F/P,  sunken living room, large kitchen, avail. Oct. 1, $850.  886-7392. #35  BRAND NEW DUPLEX  1 unit left, gourmet kitchen, 3  bdrm, 2_ bath, 6 appl. Apply  766 North Rd. Gibsons, or phone  421-0639 Ive.msg. #36  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hill.  Available. Wheelchair lacHrtlet,  885-2752,885-9863. #35  Port Mellon, cozy 2 bdrm home,  lireplace. 4 appl.. $550. Avail.  immed. 886-7722. Pis. Ive. msg.  TFNs  WINTER WITH US  As ol Mid-September we will  have a number ol lully equipped  bachelor suites available at competitive oil-season rates. For into  call 886-9156. #35  1 bdrm apt. marina view, $580,  lower Gibsons. 886-8089.    #35  30. Help Wanted  Experienced dental receptionist 3  days/week lor caring, team-  oriented family practice. Exc.  organizational/secretarial skills  essential. Must have warm,  Iriendly disposition. Send resume  to Dr. Dan Kingsbury, Box 1099,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.        TFN  $12-$18/HR Working trom  home. Send SASE to: JC&C  Holdings Dept. B. 1054 Lakeland  Village Blvd. Sherwood Park,  Alberta, T8H1B2. #35  STAY HOME EARN MONEY!  Variety ol jobs available. Earn  $400 per week. Call 24hr.  recorded msg. for amazing Iree  details. 604-623-2380 A74. #39  Room-mate wanted, Gibsons  area. Reasonable rent. 886-7730  or Ivemsg al 886-8659.      #37  One bdrm basement suite, N/S  only. Suitable for older single person or couple, $450/mon. Refs  req. 883-2703. #37  Waterlront 2 bdrm cottage, lurnished, FP, elec. heat, Wilson  Creek. Avail. Sept-May, $500  plus util. 1-263-5998 eves.   #37  Available Now, large 3 bdrm in  village ol Sechelt, $70O/mon.  885-2206. #37  Waterlront log cabin, turnished, 4  bdrm, private beach, Hallmoon  Bay. Avail. Oct-June/92,  $1000/mon plus utll. Rels.  1-263-9463. #37  2 bdrm trailer, quiet area,  $650/mon. 886-8287.        #37  Avail. Oct 1, new 3 bdrm house,  lully basement on Fitchett Rd. No  pets, close to school & shopping,  $1000/mon. 886*9250. Call alt.  5 pm. No calls att. 9 pm.     #37  1 bdrm modern cabin Roberts  Creek, near W/F, quiel worttlno  woman with rets, prat., $450.  886-4584. #37  Modern 2 bdrm house on waterlront near Secret Cove, suitabel  for couple N/S, no pets, $600  per month. 883-2423.        #36  Deluxe 2 bdrm condo, dbl plumb,  3 appl. central loc. Avail. Sept 1,  $850. 886-3050 or 685-1744.  #35  Near new spacious townhouse  with view, upper Gibsons, Vh  bath, 4 appl, over 1500 sq. It,  $885/mon. 531-0690 collect.#35  2-1 bdrm apt. Sepl. 1, no pets,.  $390. Ph. 886-8975. #36  2 bdrm trailer for renl, North Rd,  close to ferry, $550/mon. Ph.  886-8616 alt. 4 pm, ask lor Len.  #36  GIBSONS QUAY  Gower Point entrance, mid-level  view 2238 II. Suit business olfice, $1771 monthly.  Mollys Reach Lane 1140 It, crawl  storage. Retail, $695; 2711 ft. office & shop area, 9 It. doors,  $1695 monthly. 886-9110 or  886-7005 eves. #37  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society is inviting applications lor the position ol CHILD  CARE ASSISTANT tor the  PARENT/TOT Drop-In program. 3  to 6 hours weekly, am only. Experience with group child care  and/or training In ECE prelerred.  Send application to S.C. Community Services Society c/o Executive Director, Box 1069.  Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0, by  September 13,1991. #36  PENDER HARBOUR  OOLF COURSE  Requires labourers for landscape  related duties. Must be healthy,  have own transportation and  presently be collecting UIC. Call  Craig Moore 883-9577.       #38  Early childhood educator needed  immediately. Under 3's an asset.  Call 886-3913. #36  Telephone order person tor Patra  2for1 Pizza. Apply 2 pm - midnight. Ask lor Mike. 706 Hwy  101, Gibsons. #35  New 1 bdrm lower suite, Pender  Harbour waterfront, suil semi-  retired or retired couple. Possible  arrangement lor maintenance  rate. 936-6918. #37  FAMILY WANTED  3 bedrooms, landscaped  gardens, waterlront wilh beach  access, Gibsons. No pels, N/S,  $950/mon. Avail. Sepl. 1.  886-7002. #37  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm apt. In  adult-oriented Ken Devries' bldg.  Clean, quiet, w/view, laundry  lac, heat incl. No pets, 711 Hwy  101.886-9038. #35  Studio living high celling one  bdrm teacher/artist, harbour  view, Gibsons. Rent $680 incl.  hydro, cable, Oct-June.  886-7955. #37  Gibsons: spacious 3 bdrm 2_  baths, garage, 5 appl., blinds.  Avail. Sept. 1. For more Into call  886-3098 or 298-5215.       #36  1 bdrm with large Iridge, Jen-  nalre stove, water view. Avail,  immed. Clost to Gibsons terry.  936-5588. #36  Electrician And/Or Plumber  Musl Have Own Tools  Foi New House  Hourly Rale  886-3910  Ask For Mark  #35  CREATIVE 1       H  GRAPHIC/ ���  COMPUTER    _^^f\  ARTIST ^^^1  ARTIST  on Macintosh  computers  learn following  Cwntm, projrim*:  ���n4N, Quark,  Illustrator  ft MS Word  Sole practioner needs a  secretary, such employment to  commence on or before Sept. 3,  1901. No prior experience required. Please telephone  885-2628 or mall resume to Box  1310, Sechell, BC, VON SAO. 135  Molly's Reach now hiring Chat ft  cooks, please call 886-4720 lor  ��PP* #35 Coast News, September 2, 1991  21.  skip Ik* Is required to manage  the praQram arhlch provides ene-  phyilcally handl-cappad Individuals on the Sumhlne Com.  A degree or diploma tr an  equhrston! in experience In a tWd  rotated to mantal ratardatlen la  preferable. This position aba re*  quires the abWy la: Nasi arte*  munlty; tadMata the goal tatting  process until tha Individuals being served and; assess and meat  Identified training needs (or stall.  Candidates malt ba prepared  la work occasional evenings and  weekends on a part-time (approx.  15 heurs/wk) basis.  Reply by Sept. tl, 1991 by  mums la:  NanJudd.  .-������'���* *  Mimmatrater  Sunshine Coast Fir  The Handicapped  Box 1128  Gibsons, BC  VON TVO  166-2034  #35  N/S adull lemale lor part-lime  kennel work. 886-8568.      #36  Dishwasher wanted at the  Omega. Apply in person only 4  pm Sept. 5/91. Ask tor Gus. #35  Janitorial company looking lor  reliable part-time employees for  evening work In Gibsons and  Sechelt. Forward resume to Box  1641, Sechelt. #35  Foster homes urgently required  lor children of all ages. Please call  Ministry ol Social Services _  Housing resources worker  885-7101 weekdays. 135  HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT  TRAINING OPPORTUNITV  Opportunity to learn on the job,  Conference and Events Management and other aspects ot the  hospitality industry. Nine month  diploma program commences  Sept. 30th. Preference given to  long term unemployed/social  assistance reciplents;employ-  ment equity criteria applies. Applicants must be well motivated;  some typing ability an asset. Project sponsored by Sunshine Coast  Economic Development Commission. Send resume with handwritten covering letter to attention  of Michael Siddall, Training Coordinator. P.O. Box 800. Sechelt.  BC.V0N3A0. #35  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Assistants still needed lo  help with Ihe upcoming  Fall Fair. A great  opportunity to be Involved  in a community event.  Capable assistant  needed to work wilh the  Vision Testing Centrer at  various elementary  schools this (all.  Electrician needed to fix  a lamp lor a museum in  Qibsons.  Recycling Depot in  Gibsons requires .  volunteers to help with the  processing ol recyclable..  FOR THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES,  PLEASE CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE 885-5881  A service lunded by  The Ministry of Social  Services and Housing  Dental receptionist with previous  dental knowledge required for  busy office 4 days per week. Interpersonal skills most important.  Apply lo Dr. Bland Inc., RR#2,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 with handwritten letter, resume and letters  of reference. TFN  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30,000/yr. Income potential.  Details. (1) 805 962-8000 Ext.  CY-308. #35  31   Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TRS  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,  insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Siding and/or Soffit  Cedar, Vinyl, Alum  Quality workmanship  Lenn Joyner  886-4730  #36  Roofing - Remodelling  Room Additions - Repairs  886-8585  COAST  ���PAINTERS  Free Estimates  Reasonable Rates  Fully Insured - Top Quality  Phone 886-3285  #36  PAT'S 1 TON TRUCKING  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree  removal, hauling. 7 years experience, reasonable and reliable.  885-6255. #36  #39  Going Away?  Foi the BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  BBS 2228  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-8538  TFNs  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery  *  POWEHFUs. rnucxMOUNrEO lv'.,,  EQUIPMENT It    fl  BEST POSSIBLE RESUITS   ,*w '  .     JUSr ASK AROUND!  886-3823  ��� DIVISION OF ��EN MVIKl  a son MWWjHgM  HOUSEHOLD  &  RUBBISH  REMOVAL  #35  Oa You Need...lawn/landscape  maintenance, brush cutting,  weed eating, rubbish removal,  yard clean-up, window cleaning,  elc. Skip's Maintenance Service,  885-2373. #35  Watchman with own trailer for  logging camp, house, boat, etc.  PO Box 1913, Sechelt, BC.    #35  HANDYMAN  No Job Two Small  Specialty - Plumbing Repairs  883-9278  #35  Tradesman (elec) avail tor temp.  work. Can also do carpentry etc.  Rel. and reas rates 886-9866.  #35  HAULS ALL  GARBAGE REMOVAL  You Chuck It  We Truck It  885-9577  #35  Rooting - Remodelling  Room Additions ��� Repairs  886-8585  #39  We Cut Grass  And Haul Trash  886-7892  #36  COAST TREE TOPPING  Fully Insured  10 Yis. Experience  Orchard Maintenance  885-9577  #35  Man and 1 ton truck with  hydraulic tilt deck will do rubbish  removal, landscaping, tree  removal, hauling, etc. 7 years experience, reasonable and reliable.  Pat 885-6255. #36  Driver with Class 3 and Air is  looking for work, 6 yrs. driving  exp., age 26. Contact Cam  885-6405. #37  Single parent needs work. Will do  house cleaning, reliable. Call  Evelyn 886-8610. $10/hr.    #37  Jack & Jill Pre-School has openings for 3 & 4 year olds. To  register call 886-2528 or  886-3154. #35  Exp. lamily daycare avail, close to  Cedar Grove School lor 2 yrs  plus. Call Debbie, 886-3483. #35  i. 11 months la sdmal  age. Fun RM caring awkan*  meat vrlttt ECE certified stall.  H6-3J13  #39  Would you Hko qualty care tar  yaw children In a laving, homy  atmosphere? Cal 116-2227. #36  SUNSET DAYCARE  A well-equipped small group day  care in Roberts Creek has spaces  available commencing Sept. 3rd  lor children aged 2 yrs. and up.  Daily program includes music,  art, stories, circle time & games,  as well as lots ot Iree play on 1 Vi  sale, lenced acres with children's  garden, pels, outdoor equipment  and more. Licensed supervisor  with spec, needs experience.  $20/day, 7.45 - 5:30. 886-8822.  Ask lor Shaahan Bennie.      (35  Experienced nanny will babysit in  our home, Sechelt. Ana  885-6277. #35  FUNSHINE DAYCARE  Ouality dependable care giving tor  your 2<_ to 5 year old child. Full  day pre-school like program.  Limited 4 hr sessions are avail.  Hours 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Mon  -Fri. 886-3377. Operated by Gin-  nie Weston an Early Childhood  Educator, Group Day-Care.  Licence#1120010 #36  Experienced child care service,  available in my home, Roberts!  Creek area. Children 2 yrs and  up, starting Sept. 3. Call Billie  885-5635. #36  Mother of two will babysit In my  home, Roberts Creek area.  886-3789. #36  Hallmoon Bay Child Cars Centre  is now taking registration lor 18  monlhs to 6 years. 885-3739 #37  Daycare My Home  Pratt Road Area  886-3162  #37  Sitter 14 yrs or over required.  Oceanmount Subdivision.  886-9204. #37  Will babysit in my home 5 days a  week. Good Rels. Sharon  686-3310. 137  Spaces at Puddleducks. Full program crafts, lun. Call today.  "3767. #37  i   Earnings up to $2000 par weak  to  sell  motivated  peopla.  Minimum Investment lor large  profits Call Larry, 883-2178.  #36  FULL OR PART-TIME  Couples and Individuals for  business ot your own. Local Amway distributor assists you lor  splendid opportunity. 685-7144,  686-9479. #46  Tad, Nad * Freda'  Restaurants  Has franchise opportunity In  large mall in Gibsons area. For  lads 944-0017. #35  I*-new richer  rati _M._r__r tear  _MMv cftMMMM want tiaatn  Htstt samf ��� why III tnamt  mantftymm  Htp$ m MS Qteai  Stiff (Mi Is Mi  TmiCoastan  The FIRST OUT  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  886-2622  885*3930  Notice Board  continued from page 18.  17, Tues., Wed. . Thuis., 9-11:30 lor 3 & 4 year  olds. Register now, call Lois 883-9971.  September 18  Catholic Womens' League Monthly Meeting, Wed.,  Sept. 18 at 7:30 pm. Holy Family Church Hall,  0_r_Jl8lt.  MISCELLANEOUS  Mon. September 2  Incredible Edibles. This walk starting Irom the beach  bulletin board will explore the edible plants in out  park. 10:30 am.  Rockwood Centre  BODY HEALTH:  September 16 at 9:30 am for 8 weeks with Anne  Gregory. Learn to use your body for health and fitness to develop strength, flexibility, mobility and relaxation.  YOGA: September 17, yoga with Carat Brophy lor 10  weeks. Introductory classes Irom 6 ��� 7:30 pm ��� ongoing classes trom 7:30-9:30 pm.  UFESTORY WRITING: September 14 & 15,9:30-  4:30 - llie writing with Marde Jackson. Loam how to  record your personal and family history. Shate, show,  tell and enjoy.  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT WORKSHOP:  September 29, 9 am-Spm - real estate investment  workshop wilh Peter Clements. Learn how to have Ii-  nancial security despite economic chaos.  Coaat Garibaldi Health Units  Child Health Clinics: Child Health Clinics will be held  in Gibsons on September 3,10,17,24. An extra CHC  will be held September 9. Sechelt Child Health Clinics  will be held on September 4,11, IB, 25. Extra CHC  on September 16. Pender Harbour Clinic will be held  on September 12,19,26. Phone 883-2764.  Tuberculin Skin Testing t Traveler's Clinic will be  held on September 9,16,23,30 in Gibson; Travelers  Clinic only on September 5,12,19,26 in Gibsons. In  Sechelt Ihe dale Is September 9,16, 23, 30. The  Pender Harbour Travellers Clinic can be arranged  upon request.  (Sexually Transmitted Disease) Clinic will be held  Wednesdays, September 11 4 25 in Gibsons Irom 4-  4:30 pm and in Sechelt, Monday, September 23 Irom  3:30*5:45 pm. Inlormation, counselling and testing  findudlng AIDS) *M be given. No appomiment necessary.  Prenatal Classes: Early Class ��� next one Septembet  10 from 7 to 9 pm ��� Gibsons. Late Class ��� September  3,10,17 Irom 7-9 pm ��� Sechell. To register phone  866-8)31. It is Important to register lor the above  classes early in pregnancy as classes Iill up quickly.  S/ngte and Pregnang? Phono the Health Unit ��� 886-  8131.  Hospital Tour. Phone St. Mary's Hospital  Switchboard to arrange lor tour. 885-2224.  Parenr t Baby Drop-In gives parents an opportunity to meat other parents and discuss common concerns. Held every Tuesday in Gibsons Irom 1:15 lo  3:30 pm and Wednesdays In Sechell from 1 -3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose ol  diplhetla, tetanus and pertussis is important lot  children entering school. Gibsons clinics, 886-8131;  Sechell clinics, 885-5164.  GIBSONS OFFICE 494 S. Fletcher Rd., Qibsons ���  88MI3I. SfCH-.r OFFICE 5571 Intel Avenue,  Sechelt 885.5184.  Thar* ft ne tat tor any at than services.  Sechell Karate Club  Begins a new session In Sepl. at Sechelt Elementary  School. Beginners welcome. For more inlo 885-9273  or 886-8434. {Adults or children B yrs. and up).  Totem Lodge  Everyday is visiting day at Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers el your community.  Inner Ear  Steel guilat blues artist Ken Hamm teturns lo Inner  Ear in Roberts Cieek lor a summer dance. Call 886  9749 lor tickets and details.  Feel Like Company?  Do ynu have an extta room with or without a view?  Feel like a little company? Beach House Productions is  looking tor billets for actors, technicians and directors coming to Ihe Sunshine Coasl lo perform at the  new Raven's Cry Theatre In Sechelt. The groups  would require accommodations lor approximately  three nights al a stretch, and a small honorarium is  available. Beach House is looking lor rooms at various  limes over the summer as well as into the fall months.  II you can help oul now ot in the future, please call  Beach House Productions at 886-7972.  Plastic Pom Poms lot weddings, parades 4 parties, etc. 21 assorted colours, 2C. each. Made by  Sechelt Sr. Citizens, proceeds lo go toward the new  Seniors' cenlre. Phone 885-9392 or 885-2585.  BCTV is now ollering tree studio tours to lamilies  oi small groups, Monday to Fiiday at 11:30, 2:00,  3:30 and 5:30. Please call Jim or Maureen al 421-  9437 lor reservations.  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group - every Tuesday, 7  to 9 pm at the Aclion Sociely Olfice. Contact  Deborah, 885-5680.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support Group.  Informal drop-in meetings en Ihe third Tuesday ol  each month. 885-2332 ot 886-2457 lor more Information.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clink al Coast Garibaldi Health Unit,  494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7 to 9 pm.  Everyone welcome, no appointment neoessan/.  "New Beginnings" Is a Iriendly social group lor widows and widowers (and other experiencing loss)  which meets every other Thursday afternoon at the  Sechell Health Unit. The purposes ol 'New  Beginnings' are lor making Iriends, sharing inlormation and ideas, support and encouragement - lor  someone to talk to. If you wish further inlormation  (and lor next meeling dale) call 885-5164.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meels every  Thursday evening, 6:45 to 8 pm at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Inlo: 886-7159.  United Church Thrill Shop in basement ol church  oil Truman Rd., open Ftidays, 1 lo 3 pm.  Tht Sechelt Public Library will be open every  Friday Irom 1 to 5 pm.  Saturdays  Artists 1 Crafts People display A selling space is  available in Gibsons Landing. Saturday and Sundays.  For inlormation phone 886-2470 or 886-2116.  Sundays  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club will be meeting  every second Sunday al Rockwood Lodge at 7:30 pm.  Phone 885-3381 or 8857088 lor lurther information. Open lor at ages.  SECHELT COUNCIL NOTE  Sechelt's share of the cost tif new concrete sidewalks on  Wliarf Road and Teredo Street will lie $41,804.  The new sidewalks will he on the East side of Wharf Road in  front or Ihe new shopping mall opposite the Dank of Montreal  to Teredo Street, and the West side of Wliarf around to Teredo.  They will he part of the work to l>e done on the re-routing of  Highway 101 from Cowrie Street to Teredo which is slated to  hegin In October.    Recent information on the state of the land beneath the road  bed has shown that Wharf Road will have to be completely torn  up and replaced from the traffic light to Teredo Street.  DOLLAR A BAG DAY  TUESDAY Aug 27th  ^fTHRIFTY'S  ���      ABOVE KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAf  help the Gibsons  DONATIONS 866-2488 OR BOX 598  BCYCNA  anmsH  COLUMBIA  ANDVUKON  COHMLW1Y  NEwsPArena       9 91  ASSOCIATION aC. __ JL  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora lhan 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $195  $3.70 each addMonal word  AUTOMOTIVE  NEW CARS AND TRUCKS.  Start from $149/month. Limited time offer. Lease to own.  All makes/models. Plan  O.A.C. Call Leslie Fox for  prior credit approval and selection. 433-6803 "collect".  University Leasing, Burnaby.  UNRESERVED TRUCK a  EQUIPMENT AUCTION,  MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 9:00  A.M. (10) Track Vehicles,  D7E_F's,Lle_herr641 Cat  980C, 1967/J.D. 844 �� (2)  644's,(15)Skldsteers,(3)87  Case580K's,Cat627B,Grad-  ers, (10) Forklitls, Gravel  Trucks, Tractors, Complete  Tire Shop, Trailers, etc. Call  (403)269-6600, CPA -  Calgary Public Auction Ltd.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MOREI Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at(604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a Hair lor colour  and design? Decorating  Den, Canada's fastest growing Interior Decorating Franchise is expanding In B.C.  Training provided. Lower  Mainland 625-8722, Provincial 1 -600-565-6722.  SINGLES TODAY Introduction Service. Eleventh Anniversary Special. Membership, franchise and employ,  ment Inlormation. Magazine  sample $4. #2-1248 Fort  Street, victoria, B.C., V8V  3L2. (604)380-9020, FAX:  (604)478-9975.  TASTEE - FREEZ ... New  andre conditioned Franchise  Restaurants available In B.C.  From $36,000 to $200,000  cash investment. Call now  foratree brochure: (604)765  8162orwrlte:Tastee - Freez  Western Canada, 202 - 125  Highway 33 Eaat, Kelowna,  B.C..V1X2A1.  CATCH THE WAVE. The  Weight Loss Industry Is on  the move. Be a part ot this  exciting business with DIET  CENTER, Ihe #1 Franchise  In the field. Excellent opportunities are available. For a  limited time you could qualily  for a reduced franchise lee.  Call ( 604 ) 860 - 1919 &  leave a message.   ���UgNjjj OPPORTUjjjTjM  SELLING Turn-keyoperation  after 15 years - Leading Bicycle Store-Owner reBring. No  experience necessary. Training provided. Earn $60,000-  $80,000. Asking $97,500.  Leave message 521-6005.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  FOB SALE MtSC  HELPWANTED  Person with 20 years experience in business management In retail and bulk petroleum, agricultural parts, and  farm supplies seeking new  management position. Reply  to 3405 - 42nd Avenue,  Vernon, B.C. V1T3J7.  EDUCATION  Laidotl.outotwork? Learn to  manage an Apartment, Condominium Building. Many  jobs available. Over 1,200  people placed throughout  B.C.Fordetailscall(604)681-  S456.  OPEN HOUSE SepLIS, 1-3  P.M., Wild Rose College of  Natural Healing. Courses  offered in Complimentary  Healing such as, Herbology,  Irldotogy, Reflexology, and  Touch lor Health. For Calendar and Information contact:  ���101 - 2162 W. 12th Ave.,  Vancouver, V6K 2N4.  (604)734*4596.   FOR SALE MISC  CAN BIZARRE ACHES AND  PAINS BE CAUSEDBYTHE  MIND? Buy and read  "Dianetics the Modern Science of Mental Health" -  (7.50. To order call: Vancouver Dianetics Center, 401  West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1LS.  (804)681-0318. MAC and Visa  SURPLUS EQUIPMENT  FOR SALE: Dump trucks,  cat loaders, low beds, pavers  and rollers, service trucks,  welding tuck c/w 300 Millar  welder, D6D and D8K cats,  excavators, crushers and  te��.,310J.D.backhoes,JCB  ckhoe, case 680K  backhoe, 740 Champion  grader c/w snow wing, 670A  J.D. grader plow and snow  wing, eat 651 windrow elevator, 100 barrel water tank and  log graphs. Call Vic Kampe  1-4934791 days, 1-493-7742  STAINED GLASS and sup-  plea by mail. Order at savings of 30% and more. Cal  TheGlaas Place, TOLL-FREE  at 1-800-363-7855 lor catalogue Information.  MACHMERY  Light fixtures, electric motors,  generators, phase converters, transformers, tans, welders, wiring supplies, free literature. Friesen Electric,  32032 S.F. Way, Clearbrook,  B.C.,V_T1V8..el'.859-7101  Fax:853-2503.  100% FREE HEAT! 100%  fire satetyl Aqua-Therm  Woodbumlng outside lurnace. 50 Installed in B.C.  since 1984. Contact Aqua  Therm, Sylvan Lake, Alberta.  TOM IZO. (403)687-5816,  Fax: (403)8.74770.  OARDEMNQ  Aluminum/Glass Greenhouses and Solariums. Single and double glazed, straight  andcurvadeave units. Phone  or write for FREE BRO  CHURE: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave..Bumaby,B.C.V5E2R1  433-4220.   HELPWANTED  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home study certification  course. Call for details:  (604)681-54_6or 1 -800-665-  NEEDEXTRA$$$$. C&M  Gifts needs Demonstrators  to sell toys and gilts at Home  Parties. No investment or  experience required. Established company. Call today  (519)258-7905.  ���6-FIGURE INCOME ���International music and Video  Company expanding Into  Canada. Need highly motivated commissioned sales  people and distributors part-  time or full-time. (519)944-  2800.  REGIS HAIR STYLIST. We  are so sure you'll be successlul In our Salons we guarantee it win $1,500 per/mo. 8  upbaaed on your experience.  It you are interested In a  change or advancement of  training, join our atatt In  THIicum or Eaton's Centre.  Jusl bring your shears and  everything else is on us. Cal  Robert 384-4588 or Lynda 1-  600-328-6648, ext. 895.  EDITOR required tor weekly  newspaper. Wiling to Iraki.  Send resume and salary expectation to Jasper Booster,  Box 940, Jasper, AB, TOE  1E0.  OFFSET PRESS Operator  with experience on AB Dick,  Itek or Ryobl duplicator In  smal shop. Hay River, NWT.  Phone (403)874-2404.  School District No. 47 (PoweH  River) is looking for a Maintenance 1-Tradesman. Mutt  be holder of an Inter-Province T.Q. In Plumbing and 'B'  gas ticket, be familiar wilh aH  phases of the trades as practised In school Institutions as  well, have a sound back  ground and knowledge ol  heating systems for use In  repair and servicing ol the  buildings' healing systems.  Performs duties related to Ihe  plumbing and welding Irades  but may be expected to perform other skilled maintenance work. Employee win  work 50 percent outside of  the ticketed fields. Must have  Survival First Aid Certifications and/or wiling to attain  same. Send complete  resume to E A Byng, Secretary-Treasurer, School District No. 47, 4351 Ontario  Avenue, Powell River, B.C.,  V8A 1V3 by September 13,  1991. Fax:485-6435.  Need Uve motivated Individu  als to manage regional sales  networks, marketing revolutionary small dish satellileT.V.  systems. 80 new channels,  new Canadian business ventures. (416)360-3222.  The Beautilul Okanagan Val  ley offers a lifestyle mat can  not be equalled. We require  one lully qualified Auto Technician and one Service Advf  sorwithG.M.experlence. The  opportunity to enjoy this lite-  style working in a fully  equipped, state of the art  dealership, while earning an  excellent income. Send  resume to Service Dept.,  Jacobean Pontiac Buick, 2727  Hwy. 97 N., Kelowna, B.C.  V1X4J8.  ���(FORMATION WANTED  LoatSept.25,1990. Richard  Alexander, age 66. On pain  medication. Lost while hunting at Packhorae Creek above  Cold Bridge. Lett camp fora  Iwo hour hunt, never returned.  Wearing green pants, T-ahirt,  runners, carrying a 30/30 rifle. Anyone with Inlormetion  please contact Ulooet Police, 256-4244. C. Alexander, 256-7641, 256-7895.  Seton Lake Band 2594227.  D7-3TCATESTATECat,one  ol a kind all new U/C, both  engines done all cable, like  new, can deliver. $15,000.  11 yd. scraper and dozer Included; 1978 FruehaulfiO ton  double drop Low-Boy 20'x  8 _". Woklngdeckwithsingle  axle sir. booster all matched,  $22,000. Unit like new  (403)328-0765, Lethbrtdge.  PERSONALS  WOULD YOU UKE to correspond wilh unattached Christian people across Canada:  al denominations, all nationalities, for companionship or  marriage? Aahgrove, P.O.  Box 205B, Chase, B.C..V0E  1M0.  TELL AND SHARE: Heard a  good recorded telephone  message? For your one I'"  send 5. No money pleasi  S.A.S.E., MAZEROL, Box  1622, Comox, B.C., V9N8A2,  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes, down land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, Ontario, K2C3J1.  1,5 and 10 acre river front  and view lots on the  Thompson River six miles  west of Kamloops Lake.  Terms OAC. Call Collect  373-2282.   Log Home, Bam, Greenhouse  and Woodshed on 8 acres.  ExcellentSpring Waler. High  way Frontage near School in  Cenlral British Columbia. 27  miles west ol Williams Lake,  B.C. $75,000. Phone  (604)659-5607 or write Joan  Huston, Risks Creek, B.C.,  V0L1T0.  New6-plex In Armstrong, B.C.  Two bedroom units. Fully  rented. Return $36,000 annually. Asking$359,000. Telephone (604)794-7506,  (604)792-3829, (604)838  6148,  NEW 14x70 mobile home on  quiet rented pad In Hope area,  Features vaulted ceilings,  skylights, oak kitchen, 2 bedrooms. Owner wll consider  trades or carry financing.  Asklng$39,900. Call Andrew  "���-���8.83.  SERVICES  MajorlCBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  22 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  leesavallable.lnjuredlnB.C.  only.   Buy it...Sel il...Find it.. Jett it  in the Sunshine Coast's  LARGEST LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS  l il ii -���MMMT1111 !!��� Ill iMMIiBMMI  HHB -- C.i*,i News, September 2, 1991  DeVRlES  I  Liquidation Sale  We MUST clear stock to prepare for our DEBUT as  CANADA'S LARGEST FLOOR COVERING FAMILY  One outlet only on the Sunshine Coast & it's DeVRlES!  $370,000 of current inventory is  now on display...AND MUST BE CLEARED!  Here are just a few examples of the bargains  available this week to clear present stock!  Nylon Scotchgard  COT A LOOP  UMMM '8^  MANY MORE SIMILAR BARGAINS-TOP NUMEROUS TO DETAIL  IS THIS A LIQUIDATION SALE OR WHAT?  UQUMflON   *4"  iiBb_B_B_L_m_SUL  No Reasonable  Cash Offer Refused!  Full Range of Quality/Price Values  INFINITE Colour Choices  CurrentftxAML/frSfaUffl  COME IN EARLY  & Avoid Disappointment  <^_r__n_^_rs_f___.  CONNECTION  Ye��! Window Covering! Tool  ��� 8' Patio Door Verticals '75 white ney Last  ��� Sheers ��� /><_._.. _���!�� NOW 'B   ���q.yd. Reg. m.^  ��� Window Toppers NOW *495 N. Reg. $23.95  1  ___  DeVRlES  "Rolling out more for your money"  II, (iihsons  VISA  ')-., Mi


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