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 VICTORIA, B.C.  VBV 1X5  95. 09'  Attention:Rod Card in  COAST3'NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  soman  September 5,1994 Volume 48 Issue 36  Exploring the  nature of public  access to Sechelt's  waterfront    o  Visitor number  2,000 for Maritime  historical  society       "J  On a swing  and a prayer in  Sechelt     p  Camp Salish  dancers  outdo  themselves ^ ^  SPCA news  Hillside Industrial  Park closing in  around Dogpatch  by Ian Cobb  Being caught between a pulp  mill and an industrial area may  be like being caught between a  rock and hard place for the residents of Dogpatch.  Recommendations made by a  Sunshine Coasl Regional District  (SCRD) special planning workshop July 14 could mean the end  to any future residential zoning  in the area, with an aim to  replace it with industry.  While current residents would  be allowed to continue  living Ihere, the exist- ������r  ing homes would be,  for all intents and purposes, legal non-conforming.  "I wouldn't have a  problem saying the  whole   communily  would fight it," said  Dogpatch   resident    ___  Janet   Calder   last  week. She said the the community will watch the proceedings  "carefully."  Larry Jardine, SCRD administrator, said Ihe people currently  living in Dogpastch have not  been forgotten by the regional  board. "We're not about to force  people to move or anything. Ultimately, we recognize it as an  industrial area and Ihe plan is to  not designate any (more) residential zoning."  * The eventual disappearance  of Dogpatch will be "a nalural  progression," Jardine laid. At  people move away from Ihe area  and sell their homes, the lots will  then be zoned industrial.  Jardine said he believes residents will "tire" of living nexl to  an ever-active industrial area and  will move away.  "It might be 10 years, it might  be 50 years," he said.  Area D Director Brett  McGillivray, chair of the special  workshop, said the SCRD only  wants lo make it clear that "any  TB fight It.  I won't let  this go  Industrial'  -Janet Calder  further (new) housing in the  area" wouldn't be a good idea  because "it is an industrial area.  It's an industrial park."  Calder said the residents of  Dogpatch like where they live  and are in no hurry to leave.  "Everyone here is here by  choice. They like the isolation.  It's rather pleasant," she said,  adding the area isn't besmirched  by vandalism and crime like  other areas of the Sunshine  Coast. "I'll fight it. I won't let  this go industrial."  ������ Recently elected  Area F Director Eric  Cardinall said he's  aware of what Dogpatch residents think  of their community  from serving on other  committees in the  area before becoming       a  director.  "They  have pulled up the  drawbridge. They don't want to  move," he said.  According to the SCRD plan  for the Hillside Industrial Park,  as outlined in the minutes of the  July 14 meeting, the SCRD  hopes to bring to the area, among  other things, "a comprehensive  development concept to the pub-  lic rather than proceed with  numerous re-zonings in the fragmented, piecemeal way; and lo  ���nabli th* regional district Iq  exercise greater control over the  development approval process."  The minules explain the  SCRD's recommendation further, stating that "residential zoning will be restricted to existing  single family residential, and  expansion of the aiea wil) not be  permitted."  A final recommendation  states a 25-meter buffer be maintained on the north side of the  Hillside Industrial Park "as long  the residential use continues. The  buffer will be removed when the  area is rezoned industrial."  Looking in on an artist  Gibsons artist Carmen Gehring in her home, where she draws much of Ihe inspiration for her  work. Gehring's artistic endeavours are currently on display at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre  in Sechelt. Story page 13. Joel Johnstone photo  Mining company stakes gold claims near Egmont  by Jane Seyd  Not just one, but two BC  mining companies are hoping to  strike it rich from Sunshine  Coast mineral deposits. And  both companies are hoping to  pull in additional investors  Ihrough listing on Ihe slock  exchange.  This week, the Coast News  Weekender reported that Tri-Sil  Minerals Inc. plans lo develop a  deposit of industrial minerals on  crown land behind the Snake  Bay area of Sechelt Inlet.  The minerals include wollas-  tonite, garnet, limestone and   |   dimension stone.  The company is now applying to the government for permits to develop a mine.  The parent company of Tri-  Sil ��� Tri Northern Resources ��� is  also expecting to be listed soon  as a public company, said one of  Tri-Sil's directors.  Meanwhile, on the other end  ofthe Sechelt Peninsula, another  company is looking into gold  deposits.  Three new mineral claims  covering about 1000 hectares of  land in the Egmont area were  staked at the end of June and  now belong to Vancouver  entrepreneur Charles Boitard.  Boitard is Ihe president of  Menika Mining Ltd., which has  been involved in mining exploration in other areas of the  province.  Contacted at his home Ihis  past week, Boitard said a geological reporl done in the mid-  1980s revealed 30 showings of  gold mineralization in the area.  An update of Ihe report is  now being prepared in order to  gel Ihe company listed on the  Vancouver Stock Exchange, he  said.  So far, Boitard's mineral  claim is slill in its very early  stages.  In order to do any sub-surface exploration or test-drilling,  a notice of work must be filed  and approved by the the regional  mines inspector.  In order to stake a mineral  claim, which can cover public or  already-owned private land, a  prospector pays the government  $10 per 25 hectares and registers  ihe claim wilh the mineral titles  office.  Claim owners must also do  some work on their claims and  file the amount spent annually  with the mines department in  order to keep their claims in  good standing.  The process of going from a  mineral claim lo an operating  mine, however, is a length one  involving many government  approvals and usually takes several years.  Only about one prospect in  10,000 actually becomes a mine,  said Rick Conle of the mineral  titles office in Vancouver. "In  our business, everybody's an  optimist."  turn to page 2  School board pushes to continue negotiations  by Roxanne Gregory  In an emergency meeting  Tuesday, school diitrict trustees  unanimously instructed their bargaining team to seek further  negotiations with Canadian  Union of Public Employees  (CUPE) representatives, wilh or  without Labour Relations Board  (LRB) mediator Larry Gregg.  In a press release, board  chairman Pat Stuart said, "We  wish to explore all avenues lhat  might avoid any disruption to  classes early in the school year."  Contract talks between CUPE  workers, who provide support  services for the school district,  broke down Aug. 18 after Gregg  said Ihe union and board negotiators were loo far apart for  meaningful mediation.  CUPE workers have been  without a contract for nine  monlhs. There hasn't been a  strike vote during the past thirty  years of negotiations between  CUPE workers and the dislricl.  Union   negotiator   Lynda  f^rv  'We wish to explore  all avenues that  *''3W  ���j  *  might avoid any  disruption to dasses  early In the school  year'  ���Pal Stuart  Olsen says she's cautiously optimistic that things can be settled  without strike action, bul she  added a strike vole will be held  Sept. 10. Olsen said talks wilh  the board, and LRB negotiator  Gregg are tentatively scheduled  for Sept. 9.  "If something positive comes  out of that meeting, we could  lake it to the membership the  next day. If not, we will continue  to negotiate after taking a strike  vote." Legally a strike vole  means the union can walk out  afler giving 72 hours notice.  Olsen says she's concerned  the negotiators are raising the  spectre of cuts in services if they  give into union demands.  "They should be pruning the  tree from the top, nol from the  roots," she said. "They don'l tell  teachers or administralots that If  they get an increase they will  lose jobs." She also queries  Stuart's press release statement,  "If they're worried ahoul disrup  tions early in Ihe year, does that  mean il's OK to have disruptions  later in the year?"  In an interview, school board  vice chairman Shawn Cardinall  denied rumours that the trustees  haven't heen informed of ongoing negotiations. "It's true thai  the hoard hasn't met during the  pasl six weeks, but we have been  fully informed of contract talks  by the negotiating learn. The  people who are bargaining are  not carrying out administration  policy, Ihey are reflecting the  direction of Ihe board. Their  position is Ihe board's mandate."  Cardinall said she fell Ihere  were no differences between this  year's negotiations and those in  other years. She also said there  was a tremendous desire on the  part of both sides nol lo disrupt  services. "We all want studenls  lo be able to walk into Ihose  classrooms," she said.  According lo Cardinall binding arbitration was not discussed  during Ihe emergency session.  Child  approached  by stranger  by Ian Cobb  A five-year-old Gibiom  child was reported to have  been approached by an  unknown man in a gray car last  week and offered a ride,  according to Gibsons RCMP,  Detatchment Corp. Robin  Blair said the RCMP received  a call Sept. 1 from a mother  who said her five-year-old aon  had been approached while  walking down King Road.  "It could be something or it  might not be anything at all,"  Blair said. Blair laid the child  did the right thing by ignoring  the man who drove off.  Blair also said parents and  children should become familiar wilh Block Parent homes  along their school routes.   <\ '. ..  ____________ Coast News, September 5, 1994  OPEN 1 - 4 ��� FRI��SAT��SUN��MON  ��� "  news  ^  Aurora  Subdivision  off North Road  LOT 21 -813 Celestial Place ��� SOLD  LOT 22-817 Celestial Place ��� 2050sqft, 3 bdrm home on  7600 sqft view lot. All cedar exterior, cathedral ceilings,  open staircase, 2 1/2 bthrms, family room off large  Kitchen 6c nook with Knotty pine cabinets, gas heat, 2  gas fireplaces. Heated fir insulated double garage,  Jacuzzi soaker tub & separate shower in ensuite of 19'  master bedroom with view sitting area. Landscaped yard  plus loads of extras. Priced at $249,900.  LOT 23 ��� 80x108' ��� Best view corner lot in development  will build to suit - 1250sqft + full basement home with  view from living room, dining room, Kitchen & nook plus  partially covered sundecK over double garage from  $229,900 OR 1534 sqft full basement home with view  from living room, dining room, Kitchen, nook & family  room, plus partially covered sundeck over double garage  from $249,900  LOT 24 ��� 65x103' view lot ��� will build to suit 1350 sqft  rancher with double garage from $ 199,900  1WN OAKS VILLAGE ��� 824 North Rd. Gibsons  UNTT #2 ��� 6 year old adult oriented I060sqfl, 2 bdmi, all  one level townhome. Level entry with no steps end unit  with side yard and private rear yard, excellent condition.  Immediate occupancy priced at $ 129.900.  WD1 build your plan on our lots  MIDI custom build on your lot or your project  Will do renovations & alterations on your home  26 yean of building experience  Courtesy to Agents  ���&t  TWIN OAKS  DEVELOPMENT CORP.  Hans  Ounpuu  886-4680  Coast housing starts, home sales down  by Ian Cobb  Housing starts and the sale of homes on  the Sunshine Coast appear to have levelled  off afler the last three frantic years.  A Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) building inspector's report shows  that over two and one-half times as many  single-family housing permits were issued in  July 1993 as compared to this year.  A total of 31 permits were issued in '93  as compared to 12 this year, while 36 and 28  were issued in '92 and 91.  Total permits issued in July were 57 compared to 111 in '93. Other permits include  additions and alterations, accessory buildings, commercial buildings and plumbing.  One area that doesn't seem to be affected  loo much is Sechelt, wilh 56 housing starts  recorded lo date since Jan. I, compared to  59 last year.  Numbers aside, SCRD Economic Development Officer Bill Moore said he sees  Sechell continuing to grow lhanks to  upgraded sewer facilities.  "There's lots of property coming open in  Sechelt, with roughly 100 lots in the lasl six  monlhs and the prices are good," said Peb  bles Realty owner Bob Nygren.  Nygren suggested housing starts figures  could be down on the Coast because speculation builders may be shying away due to  all the homes currently on the market.  'There's lots of property  coming open In Sechelt, with  roughly 100 lots in the last  six months'  -Boh Nygren  A speculation builder is someone who  will build a house or houses believing they  will sell quickly enough to make it worth  their while.  "ll will be lough for a spec-builder  because Ihe market has been down the last  little while," Nygren said.  Some of the' regional district areas are  still growing Moore said, noting Halfmoon  Bay is "consistently strong" and Pender Har-  bour and Area E (north of Gibsons) are also  showing signs of growth.  "All the indicators are we're still growing  at a rate greater lhan five per cent," he said.  If true, this will be welcome news to  newcomers on the Coast, as home sales are  also dropping on the Sunshine Coast according to Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver statistics.  Along with the drop in sales is a drop in  prices, said Nygren.  "There's lots of houses on Ihe market and  prices have come down a little bit. They're  levelling out, hopefully." Real estate board  statistics show 33 homes sold on the Coast  in August compared to 60 in August 1993.  As for the Gibsons area, contractors don't  have the land-base to play with lo develop as  many new houses as they would probably  like to, Nygren said.  "We haven't got any large lots we can  open up. Basically, we have gol lo sell the  product we already have."  In Gibsons, five building permits were  issued in July as compared lo 16 lasl year  and thus far on the year 65 have been issued  compared to 92 lasl year.  REGISIERNOW  FORFALLADULT  CLASSES AND KIDS'  AFTER3CH00L CLASSES  SUNSHINE COAST  OOMFUTCR  C0UKE.1NC  55888 lnkt Ave, Stcfadt��885-3386  FLOOR MODELS,  CLEARING DISCOUNTED AND  THEM OUT!    MISMATCHED MODELS  fi SIMMONS Beaufyrest  Best V.ilue' Best Selection1 Best Quality! Best Service  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt ��� 885-5756  Controlrsial regional district  brochur| reappears., briefly  by Ian Cobb &M  Call it the Case of the Appearing Brochure.  A multi-agency produced  brochure touting, in part, the  recreational opportunities of the  Tetrahedron Plateau, has made  its way back to the information  shelves of the Sunshine Coast  after being unceremoniously  yanked last year immediately  after it was released.  Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) Administrator  Larry Jardine confirmed that  some copies of the brochure  turned up in the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce  information centre "but I understand they've been pulled."  Electoral Area D Director  Brett McGillivray said he  believes the brochures may  have been erroneously released  by an SCRD employee.  t���-1 hope not,butitcmiltf Wra '  I ������) of Ihe left hand t��l knowing what the right is doing," he  said.  The brochure was pulled for  a variety of reasons, most  notably because it conflicted  with an SCRD mandate. '���'���.rlf:  The SCRD's watersltUWs  IF HOMl  AUROI  ���STATE!  NORH ��&  IRORAW^K  Jon McRae  at  Sussex Realty - Gibsons  886-2277 (office)  886-3999 (home).  SUSSEX  REALTY  located in the Chapman/Grey  Creek area, the two main  drainages in the Tetrahedron  and the SCRD board of directors have said they're opposed  to too much recreational activity  in the area because of the possible effects to the watershed.  The promotion of  our watershed  for recreation  is asinine'  -Barryjanyk  At the time the brochure was  released nn Integrated Watershed Management Plan committee was going public with their  findings and the TetrahedronLo-  cal Resource Use Plan (LRUP)  was going full-Steam In their  discussions as to whether or no;  the Tetrahedron should be  included in the provincial Protected Areas Strategy.  The brochure was also co-  sponsored by the SCRD, along  with Interfor and the Ministry of  Forests.  SCRD Economic Development Officer Bill Moore said  the brochures, which cost  $10,000 lo produce, shouldn't  be released "until such time we  have a management plan" for  the watershed.  The brochures that made it to  information brochure racks "are  rare, rare collectors items," he  said.  Whether a few or a lot of  brochures made it to Ihe racks,  the situation is an outrage, said  Tetrahedron LRUP committee  member Barry Janyk.  "The promotion of our  watershed for recreation is asinine. Why would you want to  promote it, particularly off the  Coast. That's absolutely nuts,"  Janyk said. "It should be a  closely-guarded secret."  The "off the Coast" reference  is in regards to the brochure  baring a BC Ferries schedule.  Janyk echoed Mootf by siy-  ing nothing should be done in  Ihe area until a management  plan is enacted.  The LRUP final report subcommittee is currently working  on a final draft of their report to  be submitted to the government.  Previous speculation on  Egmont gold deposits say  area not worth mining  from page 1  Previously, the mineral  claims at Egmont were held by  Chalice Mining Inc. Malcolm  Fraser, a Langdale resident, is a  director of both the Chalice and  Tri-Sil mining companies.  Fraser said Chalice dropped  the claim in Egmont because  the gold deposits were not continuous which meant the  prospect of mining wasn't economically viable.  Boitard said he still has  hopes of succeeding where others have failed, though. "I think  they didn't know what they  had," he said of previous claim  held by Chalice.  What happens next will  depend in large part on further  geological survey work in the  area. "A mine is very very  small," said Boitard. "It's very  easy to miss it."  A further mining company,  Vananda Gold Ltd. was recently awarded $20,336 by the  provincial government to do  work on mining marble and  limestone on Texada Island.  In August, 46 exploration  and mining companies got a  total of $2.4 million from the  province as a boost to the industry.  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  Buy  Trade'Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5711 Tiredo Strait. Stchelt 885-2882  ** Coast News, September 5,1994  news  A book of beach  accesses  prepared for the  District of  Sechelt  highlights a few  Inconsistencies,  but for a public  guide to the  oceanfront it  may prove  invaluable.  Joel Johnstone  photo  You're Invited!  to the  Raven's Cry  OPEN HOUSE  and  General Meeting  FRIDAY, SEPT. 16  7:30-10:00 pm  Lots of fun & entertainment  for the whole family  Hwy. 101 House of Hewhiwus, Sechelt, BC  Exploring the mysteries of beach access  by Jane Seyd  There arc Ihose who own  waterfront properly in Sechelt  and then Ihere is everyone else  who doesn't.  Inlo the gap between those  Iwo groups of residents comes a  new report "The Roads to the  Shore," which lays out the state  of public beach access in the district.  For those who don't live right  on the beach, the good news is  there are over 70 legal public  accesses owned by the municipality from downtown to Porpoise Bay to Wilson Creek.  The bad news is you might  need surveying equipment to  actually find a lot of those  accesses and a good machete to  make use of them.  Completed by Maria Peters, a  summer student with the municipal planning department, "The  Roads to the Shore" was put  together after community groups  within the district voiced a strong  interest in public access.  So far, however, only 17 of  the 73 accesses have actually  been developed for public use,  mainly due to funding constraints.  Descriptions of the access  therefore vary considerably, from  those such as the ones on Burnett  and Heron roads which are well-  known and frequently used, to  others for which the paths are  listed as "make your own  through dense forest" or "find  your own down the side of the  cliff."  For some of the accesses,  physical geography of the area -  such as steep cliffs - make the  prospect of further development  difficult.  For others, however, attitudes  of neighbouring homeowners  prove equally problematic.  In one case, according to the  report, a "no trespassing" sign is  prominently displayed near the  legal access while in another, the  adjacent homeowner has fully  landscaped the access to the  point of installing a sprinkler system.  In several instances around  the district, a strong impression  of "private property" creates a  deterrent to public use.  Joe Calenda, administrator for  the district, says in some cases  that's a problem.  "Very clearly, some people  believe the public land is theirs,"  he says.  But he adds the onus is on  every landowner to know where  their property line lies.  Calenda agrees there is a perception that not much public  access exists in Sechelt, partly  because the accesses haven't  been developed. "A lot of people  probably don't know where all  the accesses are," he says.  The planning department is  now looking into the possibility  of federal funding to hire people  to develop more beach access.  united in ma* riant' ottQs*buguit 20,1994  a(Qfi/j'ivm crni/er/j^iwcA  Vehicles sought in murder investigation  Police are searching for Iwo vehicles  believed to have been in the Middlepoint  area around the home of Edward Victor Van  Popta on Aug. 27.  Van Popta, 28, was found dead at his  rented home at U660 Highway 101 at 1:30  pm on Sunday Aug. 28. Sechell RCMP and  special investigation officers from Vancou-  siuibotd ��� ������'���  Mounties  warn of  shortchange  artist  Sechelt police are warning  merchants on the Coast to  beware of a suspected shortchange artist.  RCMP are investigating  afler several area businesses  were targeted by a man with a  talent for creative mathematics.  Police say the man buys a  small item, pays for it, receives  change, then requests the  change be re-calculated with a  larger bill, eventually confusing  the cashier.  In the past week, one business lost $50 in Ihe transaction,  another lost $20, while the man  atlempted to short-change two  other clerks.  Police do not know who the  man is, but say there is no  doubt his actions are deliberate.  They urge businesses to refuse  anyone making similar requests  lo change bills after a transaction has been made.  setting It straight  A story in Ihe 'Coun Notes'  section of Ihe last Weekender  involving Kiyonori Fujimori  appeared under the heading of  'sexual assault' when it should  have read 'assault'.  The Coast News apologizes  for any confusion.  ver are treating the death as murder.  The two vehicles being sought are a pickup truck and a car which were seen stopped  near the residence Saturday evening. Staff  Sgt. Cam Reid said those in the vehicles are  not considered as suspects but police are  interested in what they may have seen.  The death is being investigated as murder  because a large rock was found on top of  Van Popta's body.  An autopsy was conducted at the regional  coroner's office Aug. 30 but details have yet  to be released.  "Our people from Vancouver are still here  and we're still working on it," said Corp.  John de Jong of the Sechelt RCMP.  !  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STOP BY OR GIVE US A CALL  CHAMBERLIN  GARDENS  1010 Chamberlin Road (off North Rd.) 886-9889  Mon. to Sat. 9; 5:30,Sun. 10:4  " 0ln\       Fa" Mums, Heather,  ���flflfl"^  Sprins Bulbs & Winter Pansies  atm Coast News, September 5, 1994  opinion  Dog fight in offing  for SCRD, residents  of Port Mellon  community  The residents of Dogpatch have a legitimate gripe  against the SCRD. The Regional District is proposing  essentially to wrap the small community in a constrictive  cloak of industrial development.  As it stands, if the proposed rezoning of the area goes  through, residential homes of the Dogpatch community  will become "legal non-conforming." There will not be  any new homes added to the area and no new subdivisions or residential buildings will be allowed. Only industrial-oriented complexes and business will be permitted.  None of this was apparent when the subject of Hillside  was first broached, nor has it been mentioned in the years  leading up to this point. The whole issue, quite frankly  has been kept on something akin to a back burner.  Meanwhile, the SCRD admits it would like to see the  residents gone, whether that takes 10 years or SO.  Fact is, these are people's homes we are talking about.  No, the residents are not being "forced" out, but they face  the prosect of sharing their now quiet, isolated neighbourhood with cement factories and the like.  The real question here is why hasn't the SCRD mentioned it's plans to rezone the area before this. Why has  all the information granted to the media been upbeat and  positive, with little or no mention of Dogpatch? It's not  that the SCRD has been especially dishonest in this  undertaking, it has just been very quiet on the subject of  the Dogpatch community and its plans for the area.  The residents of Dogpatch to be sure, don't and will  not have a loud voice in the public discussions to come.  Their numbers are too few.  But the rest of us can and should help... this is the kind  of scenario that can happen anywhere. Governments cannot be allowed to roll over people, lifestyles and property  in the name of profit, for the sake of convenience or with  a view toward expediency.  The regional board may well be right when they say  there is no recourse to rezoning Dogpatch, but by all  means, they should be made to prove it.  Toward keeping a  level head when the  impulse is to strike  Well, the Labour Day weekend is over and the kids are  back in school... but for how long?  Rumours of a CUPE strike fill the air like autumn  leaves while contract negotiations seem stalled.  Both sides, to their credit, are taking relatively non-  threatening stances at this point, and both sides, at least  on the surface, seem genuinely interested in resolving  their conflict.  Well, we would ask them to keep with that line of communication, to continue to work to resolve their differences. The only ones who will really suffer from a strike  in our school district are the children.  >i^mm...  ����^  Utters  An ambulance full  of thanks  The following letter to Keith  Baker, Unit Chief of the BC  Ambulance Service was received  by the Coast News for publication.  I wish to thank you and the  service you represent.  You do fine work, great service.  On the evening of August 19,  1994 I had an attack of pulmonary edema or heart failure. I  was able to call your service and  ask for help.  I got the help I needed within a few minutes. The attendant  Scott Spain came out of the  ambulance with oxygen ready,  and loaded me into the ambulance.  On the way to the hospital I  was not doing well, bul Mr.  Spain never gave up and kept  talking to me, and coaching my  breathing.  He kept me alive, I feel and  has my gratitude for a job well  done.  Three times ambulances have  come to my rescue. Three limes  they have saved my life.  On arrival at St. Mary's Hospital their capable staff took  over and I was placed in intensive care.  They too were wonderful. I  am happy to say I am doing well  again, and carry on with a very  quiet life.  H.D. (PAT) MULLIGAN  Sunshine Coast  From dumping  to Disneyland  RE: Dumping procedure at  the regional district dump site.  Recently 1 volunteered some  of my free time to assist on a  small construction project at  Dougal Park in Gibsons. I also  donated the use of some tools  and a covered utility trailer for  tool security at the job site. However, the trailer was needed to  haul some supplies and equipment for the coming Labour Day  picnic on Sept. 5, where organized labour sponsors a family  day for the entire community.  I towed the trailer home,  cleaned out the tools, and left a  small quantity of wood waste in  the trailer. I added some yard.,  debris form my residence and a  small defective deep freezer and  headed out to the Sunshine Coast  Regional District dump site.  The unpaved portion of the  road to the dump site is in very  poor repair - rough and steep, but  that's the District of Sechelt's  problem, not the SCRD's. Upon  arrival at Ihe dump I was told by  the 'dump master' that the truck  and trailer would have to be  weighed initially, then I was  instructed to put the wood waste  in one pile (an attendant from  wood waste control looked over  my shoulder while I removed the  lumber and debris with careful  precision), the household waste  in another pile (a machine operator monitored Ihis task, seated  with his rugged diesel revving),  and once again I drove over the  scales to pay the applicable fee  ($6).  Dump master then pointed to  where I should drop off the deep  freeze and advised that there was  a $20 dumping fee for all freezers. I wrestled the small white  cube out of the trailer, parked,  because there was a lineup at the  scales, and walked into the weigh  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  Tlw Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Qibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Include your name, address and telephone number.  shack to pay my $20.  The attendant advised that I  could not just pay the money, I  would have to go over the scales  again. I suggested that if there  was a flat fee for dropping off a  freezer, the weight of same was  irrelevant. He looked at me sternly, as only dump masters can do,  and stated that "we need a weight  on everything that comes to this  dump." I returned chastened to  my vehicle and waited in line  once again to go over the scales.  During the course of the  weigh-in, DM poked his head out  of dump control cenlral and  asked if I wanted a receipt.  Impressed that this memorable  event would be documented, I  replied, "Why not?" Several seconds passed and DM again  looked out and replied thatif I  wanted a receipt I would have to  back off the scales and re-weigh.  At this poinl I was a bit confused. What could a receipt for  $26 have to do with weight?  Although I thoroughly enjoyed  the exercise of driving on and off  Ihe scales, I had further business  to attend to and exited the dump  wilh some haste ��� $26, 45 minutes and three times on and off  the scale, to dump a small load of  garbage, was about all of the fun  I could stand.  My advice to anyone with a  young family is save the airfare  to Disneyland - spend an enjoyable day at the dump. Featured  this week are group weigh-ins.  Don't miss it.  MURRAY CANTELON  Sechelt  Wading into the great American geography depression  "Aah tink eet eez your shot mon ami," I said,  handing the pool cue to my partner.  A lanky Mid-Western American kid of about 22  grabbed the cue and made another stellar shot. We  were cleaning up in a bar full of American college  students.  The bar was in a Montana mountain pass on US  Highway 2 that circumnavigates Glacier National  Park and the STUDENTS were from all over the  U.S.  Most of the people in the bar. including myself,  worked at the lodges scattered around the national  park and in Waterton National Park in Alberta.  After severalteen hours the gnat wee-wee I was  guzzling started to make me giggly headed and I  started swearing in French, or at least with a pseudo-  French accent whenever I would miss a shot.  One young lass with eyes as shiny as glass  lurched up to me to ask, "Y'all talk like that up  thar?"  1 fixed her with my best Robert Goulet gaze and  replied, "Up where m'cheri?"  A foghorn laugh forced me to close my eyes for  fear of inter-stellar debris crashing into them and I  heard her say in her thick Alabama accent, "Y'all  know���in Ca-na-da."  A throng of people were listening intently���  wanting to hear my reply.  in the middle  Following another Goulet-gaze, complete with a  swift twirl of a moustache end, I said, "But of  couise."  A murmur of "ohs" and "hmms" filled Ihe air.  With a few mere words I had fooled about two-  thirds of a bar full of American college students into  believing all Canadians act like suave Euto-twits  and speak with bid Flench accents.  I remember saying, "I fart in your general direction," a lot, making many of them laugh nervously.  1 couldn't believe the depth and breadth of the  general Nimrodery I was experiencing.  It was like a bar load of Canadian college students being made to believe all Americans talk with  twangy, drawled-oul southern accents.  Not all of them cottoned to my French accent.  One dry-humoured fellow from Louisiana knew I  was full of it but let me carry on because it amused  Ian cobb  him to see his fellow country folk being fooled.  Now, in retrospect, I know I was being a twerp  but I like to analogize that my pool partner, who  admitted he knew very little about Canada aside  from Bob and Doug McKenzie and Ann Murray,  and I were the perfect example of how Canadians  and Americans should gel along ��� in harmony and  working together for the betterment of one another.  While I big-mouthed and flummoxed our opponents with strange verbal sounds and sentences that  would make e.e. cummings gouge his own eyeballs  out with disbelief, my partner, who was called Matt,  went about the billiard business with all the precision of a plastic surgeon working on a new face he  covld probably farm a few hundred K out of over  the next few years, jusl as long as he didn't lop a  nose off in the first go around.   .  I have always found myself immediately appreci  ating an American if he/she displays smarts about  my country.  Hell, a woman once named all ten provinces  (took a bit to come up with PEI) and the two territories to try and prove my views as bigoted and I married her!  I like to think that the American population is  becoming a bit more aware of Canada and Canadians, mostly thanks to the exploits of the Toronto  Blue Jays and a few celebrities opting to retain their  Canadian identities.  However, the missus (who now names PEI first)  and I just returned from an American adventure in  Oregon and things haven't really changed lhat  much. "The Sunshine Coast, isn'l that in Africa?"  One possibly smart-assish bar tender said during an  idle session of banter one afternoon.  "British Columbia, is that like a Columbia where  people speak English instead of Spanish?" Another  somewhat stunned Lugan said during a conversation  in a state park campground bathroom one morning.  My reply to that was a blink and a Jean Chretien-  style, "But of course."  I then told him if he was ever in Montreal he  should look me up���the Sunshine Coast isn't that  far from there.  He seemed genuinely touched by my offer.  Was this wrong of me?  COAST^NEWS  Stttntetption tates lot  tnt CoaH Ntstrs ne (*��� Wettrnder:  Ctn*aU: I yt�� ��� ��J5 ��� IKi CST - ��)7 45  emwilhi ��� t20.��l40GST-��2l40  rtsrtia*: I ytar ��� im I Ni, CST)  Set No. 4702  PuMlMr  MMtWHmn  Tht Sumhint Coait Ntw, el publnhtd on  tht Sumh.nr Coul B.C ��w��y Morally by  CUsatarttrmaltat  CitntmOtnrt SI7Cesaktl*m  ��... 4*0. (..Wm. B.C. VON 1V0  I MM) atij-Ml. tax IMI4I SW 7725  MM 0*c�� ��� 1771 Caaarl. St.  do. U. StchtH. BC VON IAO  IMM|H65)9JO.  Fai {MMI M5 J��54  Sasat Uanaoat    Sinont Carlyata-Smrth  tsaaseaamiAtneaa   GaMar Oardaraaon  Sane EOnAna. SuMn Connor  One. Manatjet    Arts. Thomaan  oamaaa  ��� Oibaon, Ann. Pa*.  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Shakes. Shingles.  Metal Rook, Torch On. Durokto  __s__m  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 885-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Gearing  Septic Systems  883-9222   nmiiimiiiiiiiiimmumuuumu  To List in this Directory  phone 885-3930  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  MICHAEL C. CROWE  Burtoter ��� Solicitor  Notary PiMfc  renter Harbour legal Servian  12874 Madeira Paik  Madeira Paik  883-9875  Services    fj  The lop parking lol of the  Horseshoe Bay parking area has  no drinking faucet. Waiting one  or more hours in the summer  time can make a person quite  thirsty. For the tourists, we have  coin machines for drinks. The  reason for this is lo try and get  some of the tourists' money  before they get to the Sunshine  Coasl.  Of course for some of us  whowould rather drink water  Ihey could hang a mug by each  of Ihe porcelain wells.  At ihe wailing room on the  lower level there is a large clock  on the wall. A while back they  pul in coin machines, taking up a  quarter of the waiting room but  in so doing, you now have to  stand on a chair or table to read  the clock. Twice in the last 10  months I stopped off at the main  office and told them about it but  so far there is no money to move  the clock Ihree feet forward.  They even have problems at  Langdale. During peak periods  the outgoing traffic is so huge  that it backs up into Port Mellon  and other highways. I honestly  believe that the local ferry personnel could solve this problem  but have no authority to attempt  it. I have loo much respecl for  birds to call anyone in the top  echelons in Victoria a bird brain,  so from here on let's just say  those V.I.Ps or better yet  V.V.I.P.s with the first V for  Victoria.  Here comes Kurt (me). It is a  scientific fact that X number of  cars need X number of square  feet to make adequate parking.  We sometimes have too much of  the fust, but more than enough of  the second, which let's call  space.  The new gravel parking lot is  not being used because they can't  paint yellow lines on the gravel.  We have several cars parked at 2  pm every 24 hours. That spot is  wasted space. Let's move those  parked cars to the gravel lot, it's  closer to walk to and from the  ferry.  We now move the control  booth closer to the Port Mellon  DOWNTOWN SECHELT  NOW SELLING!  5711 MERMAID ST*  PRICED FROM $134,900 to $139,900  Highway. For each car length we  move ihe booth, we multiply that  length against the number of A,  B, C elc. existing now. Whatever  space is slill left between the  booth and highway we then paint  yellow lines north and south for  Ihe overflow. By doing this we  get all the outgoing traffic off the  main roads and all of them within sight of the telephone, basins  and toilets.  Seven years later with the  ferry service worse and the outgoing traffic much larger, we  then open Ihe gate of the highway and use the expensive but  never used in-going driveway to  the still 'gravel only' parking lot  for overload traffic.  Please take this letter to someone smarter than me (there are  many), give us the correct number of cars going ihrough, then  take the corrected results lo Victoria. After explaining it all to the  V.V.I.P.S 60 times, we might get  some results.  If not, then please bring back  a picture of the obstructing nut,  place this picture on the front  page of your paper, and with big  letters say, "Sunshine Coast residents please pray for this man,  for he knows not what to do."  K.M.GUSTAFSON  Gibsons  In search of  equality  The following letter to Justice  Minister Allan Rock was  received by Ihe Coast News for  publication.  I am separated from my husband. He was physically, emotionally, and mentally abusing  myself and my children. Things  escalated to where I needed to  leave for our safety.  He had been taking steps to  acquire property to live on that  had no water service, no sewage  disposal, and no residence.  I did not go along with that  and that is where a lot of our difficulties occurred.  We have since ceased to live  together and I have custody of  the three children. He insisted we  sell our matrimonial home and  under pressure and in a weakened state because of coercion, I  went along with that. He has  gone on to live on that property  under the aforementioned circumstances.  I went on to try to buy a home  for us to live. After months of  dragging my children around I  was able to partly buy a lot and  mortgage the remainder. I cannot  obtain a mortgage as I am not  gainfully employed. I am home-  schooling my children. Is that not  gainfully employed?  At this present lime Social  Services and Housing has  advised me that 1 will receive  less funds as 1 insist on trying to  hold on to my lot. In particular I  will receive $179 to feed and  clothe my family.  If 1 sell I will lose my chance  for stability and security. On the  other hand if I move on the lot 1  will get $650 to feed and clothe  my children.  I will have no water service,  no sewage disposal, and no residence.  Now that's equality!  I need your assurance that  under our existing laws a woman  wilh children has the same rights  as a man with children.  I await your reply,  SHEREE KRAMER  Madeira Park  Youth exchange  program  I am writing to inform you  that I will be representing Gibsons as a participant on an  exchange to Manitoba and  Poland with Canada World  Youth.  Canada World Youth (CWY)  is a non-profit, non-governmental organization which has been  active on the global scene for  over twenty years. The organization is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the  Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), its  exchange country partners and  by private funders. CWY has  involved over 15,000 young people from both across Canada and  'developing' countries.  The CWY mission is to  increase people's ability to participate actively in the development of just, harmonious and  sustainable societies. It achieves  this through exposing youth to  different cultures and attitudes in  an intense working and learning  situation.  This challenging situation  promotes understanding and cooperation as the youth work for  the betterment of the community.  My participation in the  exchange will be for a period of  eight months.  Beginning on November 14,  1994,1 will be spending four  Watch for InStore  SURPRISES!  $2 a Bag Days  ^Ttirifty*  HELP THE I      ^^^^^  Donation*    MfrMMOfBoxMi  rSert. 1 * 21  UNDER CONSTRUCTION  VOW MUM CMOKM ��� "WWI NWISTMINT MMRNM1V  TTN MR M HUM CmMMkW tH*�� ��� *** SMI * UAM  ONLY 10 SUITES LEFT!  PRIME  LOCATIONS  For more information  please call  Bob or Sandra Michor  The Coast made clear.  The Coast News family of publications ate youi definitive guides  10 food, accommodation, shopping recreation and adventure on  DC s beautiful Sunshine Coast  months in Manitoba, along with  13 other Canadians and 14  youths from Poland. During this  time I will be living with a local  family and be involved in a community oriented work project. In  mid-March, 1995,1 will depart  for Poland where we will also  live with families and work in  communities for a similar four  month period. In July, 1995 I  will return to Canada.  As part of my commitment to  the program, 1 am approaching  various organizations, and individuals and informing them of  my involvement with CWY and  seeking sponsorships for the  exchange.  This year CIDA has reduced  our funding, and the amount the  participants must raise by Oct.  28, 1994 has tripled to $1500.  The participant must also pay  $250 of his or her own funds.  One of the components of the  CWY program is to develop a  commitment to volunteerism. In  Gibsons, 1 am currently a volunteer with the Canadian Coast  Guard Auxiliary, and on return lo  Canada I plan to do volunteer  work in exchange for sponsorships.  If you have any questions  regarding the CWY organization  or the exchange please feel free  to contact me anytime at 886-  4672 or 886-9472.  RYAN J. LEWIS  Gibsons  Picture this  Re: George in Gibsons column of Aug 15.  I was amused to learn George  had the experience of being, as  he thought, "Had!" by a con  artist in London, England. Unlike  me, he did receive some prints of  himself, even though he thought  they were not too good.  I was in London July 1965,  and having just left a garden  party, stood waiting for my sister  and husband to get the train to  their home.  Suddenly I spotted a man taking a picture of a couple, thinking it was the same as we had in  Vancouver, a man standing on  Granville street, who then gave  you a card with the address of the  studio, where if you wanted the  snap, you just paid right there.  Everything was above the board.  I had excellent photos of  myself and little daughter, seeing  her grow over the years. I  explained this to the man. He  replied that wouldn't be fair,  meaning if I didn't give him Ihe  money then, I would get the pictures then perhaps forget to send  the money back.  So I asked him to give me his  name and address which he did. I  could not make out what he had  written, thinking it was my eyes.  Later at home, I found it a very  clever piece of writing yet one  could not understand it.  I returned home to Vancouver, I waited over a month for  my pictures, but none came. By  this time, I was really mad, realising I had been cheated. I knew  no one who could help me, until  later, I thought of Scotland Yard  in London sent a letter and  explained to them.  In two weeks time I received  my money. I was very grateful to  them. They had watched him till  he was caught.  All my life, I have detested a  liar and thief and hope if her persisted, that he lands in jail.  ELIZABETH M. WORRALL  Gibsons  Sechelt (604) 885-3295  or come see us at  J Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  B.C.Hydro is experiencing  a labour disruption.  While we're working to resolve the current labour dispute,  B.C.Hydro will maintain essential services. However,  there may be delays in repair and establishing new service.  We are sorry for any inconvenience that this dispute  may cause and we will endeavor to minimize any disruption in service.  BG hydro community  Mile marker for  Maritime History  Society  Florie Schenck of London,  Ontario, signs in as the  2,000th visitor to pass  through the Sunshine Coast  Maritime History Society  Museum Thursday. She and  husband Jack were greeted  by Lilian Kunstler.left, Ron  Biggs, second left, and  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small  who presented her with a  complimentary maritime  society t-shirt.  Joel Johnstone photo  Coast News, September 5, 1994  *��*?>^ r T        JVew - Vaed  Furniture tt, Cotlectables  W WHARF STREET MARKET  ill Wanted: Stamps & Coins  ISy Open 7 days a week, 10- 5:30pm _f*i��fi  -^ 5500 Wharf Rd.  885-6389 ^Jffi  __^_^*1________\  1st fiid Course Calendar  george in glbsons  by George Cooper  D-day June 6, 1944 by Stephen E.  Ambrose is new on the shelves in the Gibsons and District Library. In the super abundance of print and TV programs in this 50th  anniversary year of the Battle of Normandy  the lesson of maintaining the peace in the  world has been dinned into the ears of the  young. Perhaps to the point of weariness.  Ambrose, who is the president of the  National D-day Museum in New Orleans,  recounts the full slory of D-day by selected  anecdotes of the men who were there. Recollections of the soldiers who waded and stumbled ashore, and of the airmen who demolished railways and casemates, and of the  sailors who manned the thousands of vessels  in the channel from landing barges to cruisers, form the body of Ambrose's book.  The book compares in formal to Ryan's  The Longest Day but certainly not in the  sweep of content nor in the diligence shown  in interviewing veterans.  The chapter recording the Canadians on  Juno Beach - Courseulles and Berniere - has  inaccuracies in detail that will be disappointing reading to anyone who was there on D-  day plus. The author implies, for example,  that the anecdotes of one, Corporal Rogge of  the Black Watch, show the corporal was in  Normandy on D-day. If he was there at that  time he must indeed have been an advance  party of one for his unit since the Black  Watch battalion did not set foot in Normandy until July 9, more than a month after  D-day.  This chapter poses the generalization that  the assaulting Canadian units slacked off in  their momentum once they had overrun the  beach defences. And in doing so just didn't  make it to their D-day objectives some 10 to  12 miles inland; a city like Caen for one. Do  read other historical accounts to check the  soundness or faultiness of this generalization.  One or two anecdotes tell of the Canadian  soldier quick to stop in a lull in battle to  rummage in captured enemy bunkers in  search of souvenirs. Oh come now, souvenirs? Just army exaggeration. Well, a  watch or two perhaps, a flag, a tin of delicious sauerkraut, a bottle of wine. But only  in a lull in dodging about in the grain fields,  you understand.  Easy reading in these accounts of the  action in every sector. Many of these are not  often told; the Commandos, for instance, the  US Rangers, the midget submarines, and  many points-of-view from the other side's  soldiers.  SEPT.10  Standard  1st Aid Course  Heartsaver Plus  C.P.R. Course  (baby, child & adult)  Industrial  1st Aid Course  (date to be announced)  885-1969  Georse Webb Instructor  of Safety Webb  Early start for  Parent-Tot'drop-in  program this year  ������������ Becaufccnf the large number  dt requests, the Parent-Tot drop-  in program1 will be getting an  early start this year.  The program, sponsored by  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, will begin the  week of Sept. 19 and run to the  middle of May.  The drop-in is a warm and  friendly environment for children up lo the age of five to  meet and play wilh others and  enjoy a wide variety of supervised activities.  Moms and dads appreciate  having a much needed break to  relax and sit back, have a cup of  coffee, chat with other parents  and browse through the parenting library.  gram, no^ in its 12th year is  offered at three Coast locations:  Gibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues., Wed and Fri.); al  Sechelt's St. Hilda's Church  Hall (Mon. and Tues.) and Wilson Creek Community Hall  (Thurs.) from 9:30 am to 11:30  am.  There is a small daily attendance fee.  For more information about  the Parent-Tot drop-in program,  call Sunshine Coast Community  Services at 885-5881.  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system service  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  High Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  .   '/,\\s  Call any time 886-7064  Cell 885-8101  In Pender Harbour call Ken Cole 883-9134  tlu=t*icanE  MARINE REPAIRS  MIKE WRIGHT and DAN CROSBY  ���l Mariner, Mercruiser Sales & Serviced  J> Marine Repairs J>  ���I Certified Mercury & Mercruiser Mechanics -l  A Mercury, Mercruiser Parts & Accessories *l  ���I Pressure Washing Hull Cleaning & Painting -l  BOOK NOW FOR WINTFP STORAGF  30 SPACES AVAII ABLE  Wd offer flat, paved, fenced storage  Total Commitment to Customer Satisfaction  Sim  Oa*  OUTBOARDS  Bata tiThcLaigRu ��  The Only Logical Choice  A*es*A\_  One of the important roles of  drop-in is to provide oppor-  /  \  ities for parents to conned  i share parenting stories. One  ther expressed her feelings  sway.  "It's very easy, as a new  ither, to feel quite over-  elmed by the responsibilities,  ere is no one more reassuring  i helpful than a parent who  already been ihere."  In addition to this kind of  rent-to-parent support, small  >up discussions and one-on-  c consultation with staff are  o available to parents.  The Parent-Tot drop-in pro-  Im,     ,-���,]���    ,1,,,, -  ( .1, .11  (  .,11, ,  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH! I  luce wolds about  1 resll ( ..((<���,���  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  ���* -�����" ������ -������-.  ^  ���^���_HP_-��� ���-  Ttn. 1   Ik   1.1 SI M,!  AM , , ,li|l  S���P,,'i.-. �����   tU.i'l "  '                   ,  SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10th  Gibsons  Marina  Wih Anniversary Cclcbraliini  AT THE MARINA  10 a.m.-     Craft Fair &  Mariners* Fair  refreshments  1 p.m. -   "Ribbon Cutting"  1 p.m. - Music by  "AZULEJOS"  Gibsons  Yacht Club  ofllwCluhl  AT THE YACHT CLUB  NOON -    Open House  Hamburgers,  Corn, and  Refreshments  2>        on the Club's patio.  (minimal cost)  8 p.m.- aKARAOKE  VISIT THE  FAIR" AT DOUGAL PARK AS WELL! Coast News, September 5,1994  Tickets ��n Sate f��r_  Dinner Theatre  "Driftwood Players" present  "The Parallax Garden"  by Paddy Campbell  Siiiurdav  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall   Gibsons j  Tickets available at...  Gibsons...  Branka's Boutique ��� Coast Books  The Landing General Store  Sayward Books, Sunnycrest Mall  Molly's Lane Market  Sechelt...  Talewind Books  Upcomiro 6v��ms.  Sepl  in ��� IO:  -t-pm  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  Dougal Park, Gibsons  Admission 50C  kids 12 & under FREE  community  rolierts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  Having worked virtually all  summer, I decided that Wednesday was to be a day just for me.  Most people would spend it in  the Creek but I caught the 10:30  ferry and journeyed to the PNE.  I planned to indulge in my  favourite junk food, cotton  candy and hamburgers, tour the  grounds and listen lo the  Creek's own Sarah Norris compete in the Youth Talent Contest. The cotton was sweet and  sticky, while the hamburger was  greasy. Sarah on the other hand,  was a delight and well worth the  trip.  The Youth Talent Search is  in its 8th year and is sponsored  by Air BC, the connector company for Air Canada. The object  of the contest is the discovery,  development and encouragement of young amateur entertainers (ages 13 to 21) throughout BC This year there were 54  communities represented. Each  contestant must compete in a  local talent contest which is  Btgtritt of jg>etl)ctt  P.O.Booi129,5645lnH>A��wnuB,Secim.RC.VON3AO THephone (604)886-1986 Fw: (804) 666-7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS - SEPTEMBER 1994  Wednesday, September 7th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m.  Not*: Change of date for second regular meeting.  Monday, September 19th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m. (there will be no Council meeting on  Wednesday September 21,1994)  BURNING REGULATIONS  CAMP FIRES AND BEACH FIRES  Please contact the office of the Fire Chief at 885-7017 for current information  regarding camp fires and beach fires.  PORPOISE BAY WHARF  INCREASE IN ELECTRICITY RATES  Effective August 1994  Hook up foe (Service Charge) of $5.00  $2.00 per day, per hook up, between April 2nd and October 30th of each  year.  $3.00 per day, per hook up, between October 31st and April 1st.  Clip jjj jjjjgg"  CommlttM Mooting Dates  September 1994  Wednesday, September 14th at 2:00 pm  Planning Committee  Tuesday, September 27 at 1:30 pm, to be followed by the Environment Committee  Community Uaieon Committee  Wednesday, September 28 at 2:30 pm, to be followed by the Economic Development  Committee  B.C. RIVERS DAY  SUNDAY.SEPT. 25TH, 1904  Council of the District of Sechelt has declared Sunday, September 25th, 1994 as  B.C. RIVERS DAY  Suggested activities include: cleaning up Chapman and Gray Creeks.  Interested groups or volunteers who would like to participate in these much-needed  activities are invited to attend an organizational meeting on Thursday, September 8th,  1994 in the Council Chamber at the Municipal Hall (5545 Inlet Avenue) at 7:00 p.m.  If you require further information please contact Paul Appelt at 885-1986.  NOTICE OF OFFICE CLOSURE  A Customer Service Training Program will be held for Municipal staff on Tuesday,  September 20th and Wednesday, September 21 st, 1994. The Annex Building of  Municipal Hall located at 5691 Mermaid Street will be closed on those dates but a  skeleton staff will be available at the Main Municipal Hall Building (5545 Inlet Avenue)  to assist the public in all matters.  We anticipate that the training program will help us in providing better service to our  residents - thank you for your cooperation and patience.  SECHELT A DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE  The Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce is seeking Sechelt residents who  would be interested in serving on the Chamber's Economic Development Committee.  If you would like to be a member of this Committee please contact Mr. John  Thompson or Mr. Gordon Wilson at the Chamber office (885-0662)  PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING  DAVIS BAY/ WILSON CREEK  EAST PORPOISE BAY ��� TUWANEK  PROPOSED EXTENSION OF THE TRUNK SANITARY SEWER  AND THE DEVELOPMENT COST CHARGES FOR THE SAME  to be held at tha Senior Citizens' Hall, 5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt, Monday,  September 12,1994 at 7:00 p.m.  Fatter than a Monet minute, Maurice Spira peddles the pathway paralleling Highway 101 at  Roberts Creek Park. Joel Johnstone photo  sponsored by civic clubs, service clubs, schools etc. Sarah  competed in Sechelt and won  the right to go on to the PNE  finals. She was accompanied by  Sarah Gallagher (a dancer) and  Carleen Rudland (also a vocal  soloist) from Secnelt. Carleen  participated in the contest last  year and all contestants are  LOGS  WANTED  ��  *��  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  If you have a hews stoiy, or see news'  happening, call the Coast News at  886-2622 or 885-3930  ssy*a*.\t\ys7A\*V*m\*t*r\ aY*nr*^Wtmt*e*eaJi  A��� r o b I c l    W e �� t c o a a t    Style  CLASSES  START SEPT  12  STEP  STEP INTERVU  HI-LOW  LOW IMPACT  SCULPT  MONDAY 5:30 pm  TUESDAY 9:30 AM  WEDNESDAY 5:30 PM  THURSDAY 5:30 PM  FRIDAY 9:30 AM  SATURDAY  9:00 AM  Join our certified Instructors Cheryl Metz,  Catherine Doyle, Christine Hamilton  Nancy McCuaig  885-4604  for more info  SENIORS ACTIVITY CENTRE  5604 TRAIL AVE  CUP A SAVE  CUP A SAVE  ���HJ^5jK i��W  The Brookman Fishing Derby  Committee wishes to thank the  following contributors for  another successful year:  Vern Hadel ��� Chevron of Canada ���  New & Used ��� Beach Bouy Drive-in  ��� Greg's Drive-In ��� Sechelt Rod &  Gun Club ��� Hemstalk's Hunting &  Fishing ��� Dairyland ��� J. Clements ���  7UP ��� Alcola ��� Coke ��� I.G.A.  Wilson Creek ��� Freeman Reynolds ���  R.C.M.P. Auxiliary ��� Peninsula  Market ��� Raines Fishing & Tackle ���  Sunshine Coast Credit Union ���  Wilson Creek Family Restaurant ���  The kids and parents who made it  worthwhile.  invited back until they reach 21.  Wednesday afternoon was  the semi-finals for the Island  and the Coast. The entertainment varied from instrumental,  dance solo to vocals. Certainly  an impressive afternoon of up  and coming entertainers. Sarah  had been waiting patiently from  12:30 and shortly after 3:15 she  appeared. Certainly the  youngest of all candidates, she  appeared calm, cool and well  prepared as she stepped to the  mike. Her piece Since I Fell For  You was sung from the heart,  with a professional sincerity that  was most impressive. With my  banner held high Go Sarah Oo  she sang her way to victory and  represented the Creek in all  manner of speaking.  The four judges (including  Hugh Pickett well known in the  theatrical world) had a job  choosing the semi-finalists. The  contestants are judged in four  areas. They are natural ability,  qualily of performance, showmanship and audience appeal.  Every contestant did a great job  and it is wonderful to see so  ' many dedicated, talented teens.  The Sunshine Coast should be  1 proud of Sarah, CiVtofo Snd  Sarah.  Finally the judges did submit  their marking sheets and the  four finalists were announced.  Among them were Sarah Norris  and Carleen Rudland. Both girls  go on the finals that were held  Sept. 2 . They competed along  with 25 other contestants. The  pot of gold is $1500 and a five  day expense paid trip to Memphis to compete in the International Finals and a CBC showing.  Creek Step  Creek Step, the only local fitness workout in the Creek,  began its fall session on Aug. 29  and will run until Oct. 8. This  exciting fitness program can be  found at St. Aidan's Hall on  Roberts Creek Road.  Classes held on Monday and  Wednesday at 6 pm as well as  Thursday and Saturday at 9:30  am.  Men and women participants  enjoy the 30 minute cardio section and a challenging weight  section, adaptable for all fitness  levels.  You can work hard or just  stay in shape. Session fee  includes unlimited classes during ihe six week period. Call  886-3634 for more information.  Hospital auxiliary  The Roberts Creek Hospital  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  will hold ils first fall meeling on  Monday, Sept. 12. Please join  them at 10:30 am al the Roberts  Creek Legion. New members  encouraged and most welcome.  Call 885-3521 for more information.  Library news  ' Laugh and the World Laughs  With You, bul not, it seems if  your jokes are on the non-fiction  shelves. If you enjoy a good  giggle, check out the 817 section. This quite often neglected  area of the library contains literary humour.  There you will find such  jokesmiths as the CBC's Saturday morning man Arthur Black,  Erma Bombeck's efforts to cope  with life in the burbs and so  forth.  Perhaps you can give us an  opinion.  Should books like this be on  the fiction shelves even though  Ihey do not, strictly speaking tell  a story? We value your input on  Ihis and all other library matters. l..,UdM  licvvj,    wei,  community  Artists invited to submit mural proposals  Trail Bay Mall is seeking individuals or  groups interested in demonstrating their artistic talents and commitment to the community, while at the same time making a worthwhile contribution to the Sechelt Food Bank.  As Trail Bay Mall enters the final phase of  its expansion program, scaffolding is being  erected around the former location of the  Royal Bank.  Trail Bay Mall Promotions Director  Richard Sharman is inviting artists of all ages  to submit their names for a chance to paint a  panel of the scaffolding. Seventeen panels,  sechelt scenario  eight feet high by four feet wide, will be  available for painting and artists will be randomly chosen from names submitted.  Paintings should embody a sense of social  responsibility and community spirit - essential requirements for services such as the  Food Bank and a healthy community in general.  Interested individuals or groups may submit their names, along with two non-perishable items for the Food Bank, per person, to  Trail Bay Coffee Shop by Friday, Sept. 9.  Selected artists will be notified the evening of  Sepl. 9 and painting will take place Friday  and Saturday, Sept. 10 and 11 during mall  hours. Interested parlies may make as many  submissions as Ihey wish, as long as each  submission is accompanied by the required  food items. The scaffolding will be on display for approximately Ihree weeks.  The public will be invited to vote for iheir  favourite painting and a small honorarium  will be awarded lo the lop three paintings.  Full rules and regulations are available at  the time of entry or by calling Richard al 885-  0322.  WORKING IN TRADES  Employment Training Program  Starts October 11,1994  Through a combination of classroom I shop instruction and on the  job experience this 37week program gives skill exposure in...  CARPENTRY / CONSTRUCTION  ELECTRICAL / ELECTR0NIC5 / HEAVY EQUIPMENT  SMALL ENGINE / AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR  COMPUTERS / MATH & COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADING  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT / JOB SEARCH  TECHNIQUES & WORIs EXPERIENCE  An orientation session will be held Tuesday, September 13  at 7pm. 1019 Venture Way, Gibsons.  To register call 866-3607  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  I can scarcely believe it's  back to school time already. It  seems like only yesterday the  cry "school's out" was heard  from one end of the Coast to the  other.  I know that for some students  it must be hard to think about  going back but I suspect that the  majority of them are bored and  restless and are looking forward  to school. This is also the time  of year to remind drivers to pay  exlra attention when driving.  Some of the children will still be  on 'summer time' and so not  paying a lot of attention to traffic. It's up to us, the adults, to  watch out for the little ones.  Congratulations  To Bob and Donna Wing of  Sechelt who just became  delighted new grandparents of a  gorgeous baby boy. May the  happiness and joy you are both  feeling now last forever. Being a  grandparent is a special role and  1 know you'll both be very good  at it.  Blood needed  The Canadian Red Cross  Blood Donor Clinic will be asking for your pint of blood, or  your 500 milliliters if you pre-  dockslde davls bay  fer, on September 6 from 3 to 8  pm in the Sechelt Seniors Activity Centre.  They urgently request your  presence at the clinic. To make  it easier to give and quicker,  there will be more beds and  more staff on duty. The Red  Cross is aiming for 230 donors  this time, so let's show them we  can do it.  For those who may be considering giving blood but are  maybe a little queasy about the  process, let me reassure you.  There is no discomfort, only a  tiny pinprick.  The good feeling you get  from doing something that benefits so many far outweighs any  anxiety you may be feeling. So  let's get out there on the 6th and  surprise the Red Cross with our  generosity. See you there. Who  knows? Maybe we'll even surprise ourselves.  Auxiliary meeting  On Thursday, Sept. 8, the  Sechelt branch of St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary will be meeting at 1:30 pm in St. Hilda's  Hall. On Saturday, Sept. 10 they  will be holding their craft fair in  Trail Bay Mall starting at 9:30  am.  MASON HILLS FEED fie TACK  t*%ea%e*laU!ieaU  j3; Buckerf ields  Complete Line of Animal Feeds  Everything,  for Pets Too!  Hours : Mon.   Sat. *���) - (>  MASON HILLS FEED & TACK  Robin St. Jean propels himself along on the swing rope at Seima  Park Road, enjoying the last days of summer.   Joel Johnstone pholo  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  It was over 30 years ago that Charlie  Brookman held his first fishing derby for kids  apd last Saturday, the legacy continued. No  matter wliat the generation, most kids love to  compete and what better,way.than to show  your skill (and luck) at fishing? They were  eager to go and with their official derby ribbons pinned to their chests, at the stroke of 11  am they dipped their lines into the water.  Preceeding this, there was the pie eating  contest which was won by Brad Colliss who  devoured his pie in record time, ran the prescribed length, blueberry-faced and all, and  collected a tackle box and gear for his efforts.  Second,place Christie Raines won dinner for  two at Greg's Drive-in.  There have been many changes in the  prizes awarded in the derby since Charlie's  days as there are no longer skates, dogfish,  snappers, elc. caught off ihe dock as there  used to be. The coveted trophy is still awarded to the biggest salmon and this year it was  won by Brad Colliss with an eight-and-one-  half inch salmon (which of course was mea  sured and quickly thrown back). Along with  the trophy Brad also won a $25 savings credit  from Sunshine Coast Credit Union and a fishing rod, courtesy of Terry Raines.  The second biggest fish, a four-and-one-  half inch shiner won a fishing rod; courtesy of  Hemstalk Hunting and Fishing and dinner at  the Family Restaurant for Jessica Sidey.  Aaron Zentner won a gift certificate from  IGA and two buzz bombs for landing the first  fish, a four-inch shiner, while James Cooper  won for catching the most fish, four shiners.  His prizes consisted of a $25 savings credit  and a tackle box.  Katie Enns won a tackle box and gear for  Ihe smallest fish of the day, a three-inch shiner. The most unusual catch was Katie's who  hauled up a thick length of rope, thinking she  had Moby Dick on the end of her line.  Christie Raine* won fishing gear for her  starfish, measured at 12 inches. All the  entrants received a prize and no one went  home empty-handed. Plus, there were 10  vouchers for hamburgers donated by the  Beach Buoy. All in all, a great day for kids  and parents alike.  No activity like this'could happen without  the efforts of a group of people who give of  their time and substance and they must be  thanked. The^Sunshine'Coast Credit Union,. j.  Hemstalk's Hunting and Fishing, the Gun"'  audi Tetiy Rained, IGA, Family VmTmR  Oreg's Drive-In, the Beach Buoy and of  course, Chevron of Canada which allows us  1 to use the dock.  Thanks are to the land crew: Jan Pare who  baked the pies and made hot dogs; Tom Hem-  stalk, Terry Raines and George Henderson  who assisted; Turner Berry who oversees it  all; Jim Smith for the signs. On the dock,  Gerry Sheanh who cut bait, helped bait hooks,  unhooked fish, measured and recorded the  catch, answered all queries and collected  garbage, and his assistant. A hearty thanks to  all!  An addition to the float story - I'm told  Stan Colliss and Lloyd LeBlanc are responsible for building it with donations from some  of the grandparents in the area who helped  with the cost of the materials.  SUSSEX  REALTY  (MULTIPLE LfSTWG LEAtXR M SAtfS OF HOMES t WTOTOlTYJ  W*MiWe or  Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  Annual Helen Dawe Lecture set to go  The second annual Helen  Dawe lecture will be held on  Sunday, Sept. 18 at 2 pm at St.  Hilda's Church Hall.  Initialed by the Friends of the  Sechelt Public Library, this  annual lecture honours the  memory of Helen Dawe, who  collected numerous artifacts and  documents which represent and  record the developmeni of the  Sunshine Coasl in the early  stages of its settlement.  This year's lecture will be  delivered by Professor Jan de  Bruyn, who taught English Literature at the University of  British Columbia from 1951 to  1983, when he retired to  Sechelt. He is a Miltonisl and  specializes generally in 17th  Century literature.  Goinq Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  SafeWlthUs.  Unc yon omit time wMiia.  FW/AnlnnlCm  tmaeaHitadHii mm*tmn  Indoor rkniadYailMilnkMiMC  ���HeliumrhTfti-"   '���'���'"  CALL SHARON 885-2228  His lecture on Ihis occasion  will be on Samuel Pepys, the  greal diarist, whose accounts of  daily life in Restoration London  (1659-1669) are full of the lively interest imparted by the completely honest revelations of a  meticulously observant man,  who was an active participant in  every phase of life during an  exciting time.  Refreshments will be served  at the conclusion.  Tickets are $5 from Talewind  Books and at the door, or by  calling 885-5518.  ritness  ��a*MH��tt-Ulafat  BONDED UCENSEO INSURED  Bwnch-CoaetToCoal  OOOOOI  MornhfOuMi  FEELING  Monday, Wednesday,  Fridoy:9.l5am  f wiling Classes  Tuesday, Thursday: 6:30 pm  Monday: 5:15 pm  Class Description  ��� Ship Aerobics  ��� Hi/lo Impact  ��� Suitable lot all fitness leytli  ��� Weights available for mora  efficient strength work  ��� Personal Goal Planning  ��� Cliildcore fot morning clouei  Place  St. Moty'i Church Hall,  Gibson  \l \\   SISSI()\  COST:   $48/6 WEEK SESSION    $6.00 / DROP-IN  .1 .it HlH.-HiOS  ISIM'M  The Battle is Back ...Sat Sept. 178c Sun. Sept. 18  FRONTRUNNERS PRESENTS OVGI $2500  BATTLE      top"2**  ON       THE        Registration Deadline  Sept. 16  ���  Pick up your  registration form at:  Frontiunners, Coast News Offices,  Trail Bay Sports  ���  Support Childrens Hospital by  pledging "25 shots heard  around theprownce"  Five celebrities will  attempt to sink  5 baskets each  ���  Your pledge is for  any successful shot! ���  For more information &  registration  call 885-8825 or  1-800-884-4883  Produced by Impact Promotions  Basketball Tournament  FRONTRUNNERS  Gibsons Park Plaza  Parking Lot  Proceeds to  Children's Hospital 10 Coast News, September 5, 1994  vrirl vjnicles oi Panada  @ Panther Division ��� Registration Dates (ffi)  KWASCHAM DISTRICT ��� Pender Harbour  r 19, 7pm ��� St. Andrew's Anglic;  for information call 883-2819  September 19, 7pm ��� St. Andrew's Anglican church  "ntbi  HUNECHIN DISTRICT ��� Sechelt Area  Watch for information in school newsletters  for information call 885-2961 or 885-5000  ELPHINSTONE DISTRICT  Langdale, Gibsons, Roberts Creek Areas  September 14,6:30-7:30 ��� St. Mary's Church Hall, Gibsons  for information please call 886-2198  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!  To assist with girls in these age groups:  5 years, 6-9 years, 9-12 years, 12-15 years.  Orientation and training will be provided for  adult women willing to devote their  time and interest to Guiding.   community  m&c&__v_M  Ballet'National'Jazz  R.A.D.&I.S.T.D. Syllabi  Preschool to Adult classes  Examinations available  (primary to advanced)  Mrs. Penny Lea Hudson  A.R.A.D., A.I.S.T.D.  Please call 8864121 for registration  AlTclasses in Gibsons commencing Sept 12/94.  5th Annual Fall Fair  Saturday September 10th  Dougal Park, Gibsons   10:30am - 4pm   Entries for:  Fruits, Veggies, Crafts, Photographs etc.  Register 6;30pm Sept 9 or 8am Sept 10  10:30am  Opening Ceremonies & Award Presentations  11:30am  View Exhibits  12:30pm  Entertainment & Kid's Games  3pm   Auction of Donated Exhibits   LARGE CRAFT FAIR (register nowl)  Craft People & Volunteers call Lilian 886-9058  IT'S YOUR FAIR!  harbour highlights  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  Great new pet service  This here great 'Harbour' is  getting cosmopolitan. Starting  Wednesday, Sept. 14 you can  have your pets neutered or  spayded, your choice, right here  in Pender Harbour at the Lions  Park Hall. No need anymore to  drive all the way to Sechelt.  This should be great news to all  our pet owners. I think it's  great. This service will be provided by Dr. Wendy Royle of  the Sechelt Animal Hospital and  appointments should be made  through their office at 885-2309.  Please support this very essential service.  Pender music society  On Sepl. 25 pianist Lara  Valmesled will have the pleasure of being the first performer  at the newly renovated music  school. (The old Forest Ranger  Station).  The Pender Harbour Music  Society asks you to welcome  this artist on said date. The  annual general meeting will be  held same day at 1:30 pm and  memberships are due. The concert is at 2 pm and 8 pm, children under 12 free.  The building is enlarged to  comfortably accommodate 100  people, tastefully decorated and  a fine setting for a musical afternoon. For further info please  call 883-9232.  Quiz  You have heard about the  farmer with his prize goat, cabbage and wolf and the river he  had to cross in a little dinghy?  Of course you did. Now there's  a farmer somewhere along Garden Bay Road, I cannot mention  halfmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  It's that time  One of the local activities for  fall and winter is being  announced via this column. Ben  Robinson's karate classes will  start up on Monday, Sept. 12  from 7 to 8:30 at Cooper's  Green hall and each Monday  and Wednesday at that time. The  Monday class will be for both  juniors and seniors, while the  Wednesdays will be advanced  classes. Then on Thursdays it  will be for kids only from 6 to  7:15 at Halfmoon Bay School  Might be a good idea to cut out  this piece for your future reference.  New day care  An enthusiastic group of day  care staff and volunteers worked  hard last weekend to get all the  equipment moved into the new  building which has just been  completed for the Halfmoon Bay  Child Care Centre, located in the  school grounds.  It was lhanks to a grant that  work was able to commence on  what is now a very fine facility  where parents can happily leave  their children with a staff of very  caring dedicated people. We  wish them a happy and success-  JOIN THE FUN!!  f.Vaf.Vf.W.  JP"  ^d'1.1 )'.''.'      ' l')iaA*^**J_iyf)f^^^  GET OUT * CURL!!  CURL THIS WINTER AT THE GIBSONS CURLING CLUB  Don't know how to curl?��� Come to our open house A sec how!  You & your partner need a night out?..... Join the fun ft socialize!  Retired?....... We have a seniors league!  Ladies or men only? We have those leagues too!  Want to include the kids? junior curling is here!  JOIN THE FUN, WE HAVE LEAGUES HAPPENING EVERY  NIGHT OF THE WEEK! WELL ALMOST!  Registration Dates: 7:30PM ��� Tues Sept 20 MIXED LEAGUES,  Wed Sept 21 LADIES LEAGUE, Thurs Sept 22 MEN'S LEAGUE  Registration forms available at Linnadine's Shoes: Sunnycrest Mall,  Gibsons Building Supplies: Gibsons & Sechelt, Sew Easy: Sechelt,  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies: Gibsons.  FOR MORE INFO CALL: HARRY TURNER @ 886-2184 or MAC McBRIDE ��' 885-7719  Michael Cranner and Mend share a mutual interest off the dock at  any names, who has some real  sweet corn to get across two  rivers. There are bridges across  each of them. Which one should  he use to get his sweet corn  across. Meyers or Anderson?  The bridge across Meyers  Creek is nearly brand new, but  that was a mistake by the  Department of Highways. It was  meant to go over the other one.  Gee this quiz is getting interesting.  I can give you one clue: The  farmer in question has moved  more corn 'personally' across  Meyers Creek, but that was just  to go camping at Katherine  Lake. The question is: Where is  all that sweet corn going and  which bridge is carrying most of  the load?  Dump  And don't forget the new  garbage dump hours. If you  hurry you might still find last  week's paper to check the times.  Or did you already bring it to  the recycling depot GRIPS?  And talking about GRIPS they  would like to thank all the  donors for the auction. Congratulations to Melinda McCrindle  for her guess on the amount of  pull tabs in the jar. Nice going.  Aquatic centre  Pender Harbour Aquatic and  Fitness Centre opens with a free  Garden Bay. Joel Johnstone photo  swim If you bring your Teddy  bear to nur picnic on Salurday,  Sept. 10 from 2 to 4 pm. There  will be games, prizes and  refreshments as well as our fall  program registration. Watch for  snorkelling Sept. 11 from 2 to 6  pm; scuba, kayak rolling; jazz  ballet and movement for teens;  NLS; CPR; WSI1; DC, RI.SSC  youth club, as well as our swimming and fitness classes.  Ted Thomas from Source-  point will be running an Introductory Shialzu workshop on  Sepl. 24 and 25 from 9 am to 4  pm.  Call the pool at 883-2612 lo  register.  Staff of the Halfmoon Bay Child Care load up their new facility.  ful season ahead.  One of the staff was quite  shocked a couple of weeks ago  when she was with a group of  children at Cooper's Green with  the Highway 101 children's program, to see a couple of young  fellows swimming in the nude  on this very public beach and in  front of the young kids. She  reported the matter to the caretaker who upon speaking to the  guys found that they could nol  speak English, but who left the  area right away. In all probability Ihey were from one of the  European countries where nude  swimming is an acceptable part  of life and thought that the same  rules apply here. But especially  not in a place like the Green  which is crowded all summer  long.  Coming along  The many friends of Marg  Vorley will be pleased to learn  Ruth Forrester photo  that she is now home from hospital.  Had a chat with her on the  phone and she is coming along  slowly but surely while receiving physiotherapy treatment.  Lots of people had been asking  about her and I was unable to  pass on any information until  now and we are all rooting for  her to keep at it because she sure  has the right spirit. Oo for it  Marg - we are all with you.  ofpnont news  by Lynn Mees, 883-2094  Now that September is upon  us I feel the anticipation of something arriving. I have the cleaning bug. Every day I put a new  project ahead of me. Some days  it's little things like cleaning out  the knife and fork rack and a  cupboard, the next il's all the  stuff laying around the yard, and  when you have small children  you tend to find stuff in the funniest places. It doesn't surprise  me though the way my two little  ones crawl around in the hushes.  For me il's a good feeing to  I       Join us for the       B  Experience of a Lifetime!  The aim of the  Girl Gruides ox Panada  is to help girls and young women become  responsible citizens, able to give leadership &  service to the community whether local,  national or global.  YOU COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE!  VOLUNTEER TODAY FOR  GUIDING IN YOUR COMMUNITY.  For more Information call 1-800-565-8111 or 886-2038  swipe those old cobwebs out of  our space and my head.  Well the amount of people  hiking the trail has become a wee  bit less, I'd say there are about  200 folks a day that do the trail.  Thai's a lot of people travelling  Ihrough the area.  The big black bear that cruises  the back of our properly is back,  crashing through Ihe hush, making our day go nuts. Our four  year old is always the firsl one to  sight him. Ile has total hush eyes  and sees Ihe smallest creatures in  ihe bush, lie points them oul and  everyone else is going "Where?  here? It's so neat that he's in tune  wilh Ihe forest in which he plays.  I asked him if he would like to  say something in (he paper and  he said "Don't smoke."  Our government dock is gel-  ting a fresh lick of painl. Look  for crows and gulls wilh red feet,  since since Ihey can't read Ihe  signs.  Balhgates now has a fax  machine, their number is 883-  2750.  PS; Don't forget Ihe work parlies happening on Salurday, Sept.  10 and Sunday, Sept. 11, beginning at 10 am or thereabouts.  See you Ihere.  i^H  .���������:����������������� V-UdM   I1CW3,  ieisure  Robert Davidson and Ihe Rainbow Creek Dancers at the Festival Pavilion in Rockwood Centre Friday night.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Camp Salish dancers win the crowd  by Roxanne Gregory  Metamorphosis graced the stage at the  Rockwood pavilion Friday night as Camp  Salish performers enacted "A Salute lo the  Year of the Family in The Medicine Wheel,'  in song, drumming and dance.  Introduced by Annie Frazier-Henry,  Sechelt Band Councillor Wes Jeffries opened  the evening wilh prayer and praise for Ihe  elders 'who are a link to our past, and the  children who are our future.'  The twenty-two member company of  young performers enthralled the audience  with a diversity of dance routines, symbolizing the whole world family, and their oneness within a rich tapestry of cultural differences.  From Eastern music and dancing kalas to  western conlemptiraiy dance, Camp Salish  performers brought cultural diversity from  ihe four directions of the medicine wheel to  centre stage, in a polished and professional  performance.  An amazing blend of contemporary native  theatre, traditional dance, and a tangible taste  of spiritual magic held the audience spellbound with this once in a life-time event.  Their evocative, dynamic performances  are a tribute to the workshop leaders at the  camp sponsored by the Native Cultural and  Theatre Arts Society, and to the diversity of  talent among the gifted, young performers.  Following the 'Medicine Wheel,'  renowned Haida Gwaii artist Robert Davidson wrought anthropological magic in a  series of traditional songs and dances with  the Rainbow Creek Dancers.  Rather than gracing gallery walls and  homes of collectors, Davidson's art was  alive.  Surrounded by traditional button blankets, and north coast regalia his masks transformed hidden spirit energies into allegorical  lessons through a series of stories and song.  As the dancers enthralled the rapt audience Ihrough visions of another time, images  of Yan and the primeval forests of Haida  Gwaii, Davidson's rich and resonant voice  echoed lonely as loon through a prayer song.  Audience participation was a prerequisite  for the women's dance, when dancers  wrapped women from the audience in beautiful button blankets, adorned with clan crests,  in an invitation lo join Ihem dancing.  Wes Jeffries and Donnelly Rhodes were  honoured by the dancers in the eagle down  dance.  Donning regalia, and eagle down headdresses, the two danced sprinkling the audience with down and goodwill.  Davidson said, "We are a nation rebuilding, and we are very happy to be here tonight  for this fundraising... When I was growing  up, the anthropologists, the Indian agents,  and the preachers controlled our lives.  "Today vte are discovering our own identity, and no* we can move our culture forward."  Moving forward is more than what they  did in an evenings' entertainment never to be  forgotten. ,  Traditional Irish storyteller,  musician bound for Rockwood  It's not the adoring fans of  Celtic music. Il's nol the amazing sight of Rocky Mountains.  It's not even the storytelling festivals lhat bring Steafan llanni-  gan to Canada.  The truth of the matter is he  can't buy Reese's Peanut Butter  Cups in England.  Therefore Hannigan lours  Canada to feed his peanut butter  cup habit.  Steafan Hannigan comes to  the Rockwood Cenlre Story-  Telling Festival for an evening  performance of Tales and Tunes  on Saturday, Ocl. I at 8 pm.  The Storyteller Tales and  Tunes is also the title of one of  Hannigan's books. A native of  Belfast, Ireland, Hannigan plays  a multitude of traditional Irish  instruments which complements  his wonderful collection of stories.  One of Hannigan's favourite  instruments is the Uilleann (or  elbow) pipes. The Irish took the  Highland bagpipes and made  Ihem into a quieter bellows  blown instrument.  'It's quite magical'  -Gordon Webber  This means lhanks to Irish  ingenuity, one can play the  pipes and talk, or eat peanut butter cups, at the same time.  Wilh pipes in hand Hannigan  weaves and spins his stories  around Irish lunes. His stories  reflect lhat characteristic  mythology and humour of Irish  folklore.  "Il's really a treat to hear  Steafan's version of the Gold  Ring" says festival co-producer  Gordon Webber, "Wilh pipes  and words he weaves together  the slory and the tune - il's quite  magical."  Hannigan's recent solo  album Nalural Selection provided music for a series of landscape films for Irish television.  As well as working in several  duos, bands and dance teams,  Hannigan appears as a soloist at  many UK and North American  folk festivals.  His work crosses the broadest  musical boundaries being at  home wilh chart-toppers  Depeche Mode lo Canadian folk  singer Eileen McGann.  Tickets for Tales and Tunes  are available from the Festival  office in Sechell.  For phone orders call 885-  9631. For information on the  SloryTelling Festival call Ihe  Rockwood Centre al 885-2522.  HELPING THE WORLD  WRITE NOW  Atf*.  CODE  Scl'-wMicency truouji  httfacy ����� si*t develop**) wof Id  Tor Alomuton   ; .m I nM Mil-9633  I  Chatelech  Secondary School  ,   School District Mo, 46       j  SENIOR ALTERNATE PROGRAM  Chatelech Secondary School is accepting applications for a  new senior alternate program. Individualized programs and  flexible hours will allow you to complete your secondary  school school diploma in an off-campus setting. Program  starts in September, 1994.  Contact: Ron Fearn at  Chatelech Secondary: 885-3216  P.O. Box 1430 Sechelt B.C. 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Mo matter in which  direction you  are driving,  YOU MUST  STOP  WHEN  SCHOOL BUS LIGHTS  ARE FLASHING  REMEMBER:  The speed limit for school zones is  30 km/hr  WATCH FOR CHILDREN!  They may not be watching for you!  a   THEY'REXQUNTING ON YOU. BE AWARE OF  SCHOOL ZONES, BUSES AND BUS STOPS.  ty  Make sure your  students know  the rules that will  keep them safe  while riding the  school bus.  WAITING FOR THE BUS:  1. Stay at the edge of the road or on the sidewalk at the stop which has been assigned. 2. Do not play on the  road. 3. Respect private property.. *  RIDING ON THE BUS:  THE DRIVER MUST BE TOE TO DEVOTE THIER PULL ATTENTION TO DRIVIMQ IM ALL WEATHER AMD ROAD CONDITIONS.  I. Mo standing, changing of seats or moving about while bus in motion. 2. Mo rough-housing, yelling or throwing  of any object. 3. The authority of the bus driver is final.  WAITING FOR THE BUS:  1. Remain seated until doors are open. 2. Stand ahead of the bus in clear view of the driver. 3. Walt for the  driver's signal to cross. 4. Always cross In front of the bus while lights are flashing.  SCHOOL DISTRICT #46 INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS CALENDAR 1994/95  THE FOLLOWING DATES HAVE BEEM ESTABLISHED TOR THE 1994/95 SCHOOL YEAR:  Tut*. Sept. 6. ISM Drat day of school (.5). Non. Oct.10. 1994 Thanksgiving. (I). Fri. Oct. 21. 199* Professional Development Day (I). M.  Nov.*. 199* Parent Interaction II). rri. Nov. II. 1994 Remembrance Day (II. Thun. Nov. 24. 1994 Professional Development Day (1).  Non. Nar.20. I99S to Fri. Nw. 24, 1995 Spring Break. Fri. Apr. 7. IMS Professional Development Day (I). Fri. Apr. 14, I99S Oood Friday  III. Non. Apr. 17, 199S Caster Monday (I). Fri. Apr. 28, I99S Parent Interaction (I). Fri. Nay 12. I99S Professional Development Day (I).  Non. Nay 22. I99S Victoria Day 11). Ttiura. June 29. I99S Last Day of School. Fri. June SO. 199S Administrative Day (11. Pays to iculom  193. Days School closed for Non-Instructional Activities: 8. Number of day* of Instruction: IBS.  Tony's Lock  885-5415  Harbour Air  885-0220  Gibsons Building Supplies  886-8141  885-7121  Super Valu  886-2424  KJ. Services  885-4024  O.K. Tires  885-3155  Talewind Books  v *>   ��� 885-2527  Sechelt Medical Clinic  885-2257  Christine's Gifts  886-3577  !l  Wilson Creek  Family Restaurant  885-7794  Upstairs Downstairs Shoppe  885-3414  Suncoast Scooters  886-2740  Seaside Video  885-8900  Ruby Lake Resort  883-2269  Sechelt School Bus  Services Ltd.  885-2513  Coast Cablevision  |j^j��l��y ^^B^  For Olde Times Sake I     Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Care-a-Lot Cleaners  Town of Gibsons  i^jgmjj  886-2274  -  ���  .  .-,*��  _____________________ leisure  Gehring goes 'Beyond the Obvious'  by Jane Seyd  "Our life is lived among  coloured reflections."  The quote from Goethe,  included in a catalogue of Carmen Gehring's work now on  display at the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre, is a fining introduction to the paintings of this local  artist.  Gehring has a vibrant sense  of colour, and the scenes depicted in her work are viewed  through the changing prisms of  home environment, myth and  the talismans of personal history-  Different styles of painting  are evident in the show "Beyond  the Obvious," but almost all are  characterized by a fascination  for telling detail.  One of the interesting qualities of Gehring's paintings is the  shifting line between whal is  seen with the eye and what is  perceived by other senses.  How much of what we are  presented is "there" and how  much is imagined or comes out  of the deep memories of the  artist and subjects?  In "Rucklehouse," a childlike  memory of a real place seems to  mix with scenes out of story  books as a path leads through  flowering bushes to a house  with curving lines and gables.  In some paintings, like "Harvest Moon," a sense of brooding  magic pervades the scene  depicted. Above the shore, a  heavy full moon radiates light to  The Message Is one of a number of Carmen Gerhing works  currently on display at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, llie show  runs though Sept. 25.  where the rocks glow green and  trees in the background lean  thickly together in indigo shadows.  Often, landscape scenes are  depicted from unusual angles,  such as in "Lower White Rock"  which looks down on the town  from a rooftop on a hill above,  including electrical wires and  ventilation shafts as part of the  picture.  Born in Germany with a family history which reaches back  to the Ukraine and Estonia,  Gehring spent her childhood in  Granthams Landing, but later  left the Coast for many years,  only to return in 1992.  The influences of cultural  heritage and community run  though several of her paintings,  and her paintings of people  invite speculation on the relationships between the subjects  and the backgrounds depicted.  Here, the blurring of myth,  history and present reality is  also given play.  Gehring's 1993 painting  "Roofers" - which was previously chosen for the Visualedge  and Images and Objects shows -  is one of the most complicated  and fascinating of the show.  Two young men in jeans with  work belts around their hips  stand on a roof squinting into  the sun.  Both have a strong physical  presence, and almost challenging expressions. Yet one holds  an exotic flower in his hand,  apparently picked from a  rooftop garden just behind Ihem.  Around Ihem, the scene seems  to dissolve away from the present , and fantastic figurines,  columns and statues ate visible.  Far below, a city of narrow  streets stretches away to the sea.  This is Gehring's first solo  show on the Sunshine Coast, ll  runs al the arts centre in Sechelt  until Sept. 25  Riley comes on strong at Gumboot Cafe  by Ian Cobb  It was a dark and rainy  night... it was a perfect night  for... gumboots.  The Acoustic Gumboot Folk  Society kicked off their 1994/95  concert series in typical fashion  Sept. 2.  There were folkies, there was  the aroma of coffee being  brewed in the Gumboot Cafe  and there was a travelling minstrel with tales and tunes to temper Ihe tempestuous evening  scaring summer away outside.  Tracy Riley and Friends  played before an intimate full  house at the Gumboot Friday  evening and undoubtedly won  herself a few more fans.  StoryTelling  quilt raffle  tickets  almost  sold out  All but a few raffle tickets  are sold out for the StoryTelling  Festival's Ferry Boal Ride quilt.  Tickets for this beautifully  handcrafted quilt went on sale  in July. Lovingly sewn by the  members of the Sunshine Coast  Quilters Guild, the quilt depicts  drawings by Greta Guzek.  Tickets have sold like hot  cakes at Sew Easy in Sechelt  and Show Piece Gallery in Gibsons where only a few remain.  The draw for Ihe quilt will take  place al the StoryTelling  Celebrity Dessert Auction on  Thursday Sepl 22.  Bul wait, what aboul the second quilt? Businesses throughout the Coast have received  mysterious patches of cloth in  the mail.  Odd pieces of gingham, cotton and rayon have slipped out  of envelopes and into questioning hands.  "It's all part of tying in the  quill theme with our sponsorship campaign," says fundraising coordinator Tara Shepherd.  "Each business puts Iheir logo  or name on the piece of cloth,  sends it back to us with their  donation , and we pick up the  pieces."  All Ihe pieces will be sewn  together to create what may be  a very large sponsorship quilt  banner. The banner wilh all the  sponsor names and logos will  be displayed during the StoryTelling Festival, Sept. 30 to  Oct. 2.  For businesses who have not  yet received a 'cut' of the  action, call 885-2522.  At one point during the show  she jokingly urged the audience  to call into CBC radio and pester  them to play her songs. With  radio airplay comes fame and  enough fame in the music business will bring financial reward.  The Yellowknife resident  was using the Gumboot show as  a warm-up to the 13th Annual  Sunshine Folkfest at Palm  Beach in Powell River last  weekend. More than one person  remarked during the break  between sets that they hadn't  considered attending the festival  but after hearing Riley, they  might give it a shot.  Riley was joined on stage for  her two-set, 27-song show by  Pam Messner (backing vocals,  percussion, harp holder and sax  hander) and Sieg on keyboards  and sax.  Messner's vocals provided a  sound floor for Riley's strong  voice to dance over and Sieg  laid out some cheeky piano,  organ and sax work lo fill in various bits and pieces to songs,  such as Riley's lively workout  on Bob Marley's / Shot the  Sheriff and on / Wonder, a  touching original Riley wrote  about a friend who died of  AIDS.  Another hauntingly wonderful cover the trio performed was  the gospel standard Swing Low  Sweet Chariot.  Riley took the audience on a  sojourn through stylet and  cover-tunes that retained their  interest and worked them to  friendly little pitch by the time  she conked them across their  cochlea with a wild melody  encore.  The grand finale had Messner  and Sieg working Iheir butts off  and Riley's version of Carol  Pope's (remember Rough  Trade?) High School Confidential was a Tilting ending to a fun  show.  Next up for the Gumboots is  the wildly talented James  Keeleghan on Oct. 1.  Tickets are available at the  Roberts Creek General Store.  ICBCAUTOPLANMOTOR VEHICLE  Efficient friendly service by  Trained I.C.B.C. & Motor Vehicle Staff  ICBC Vehicle Transfer Registration & Insurance  Special. Coverages Drivers Licenses  Temporary Permits Learners Drivers Licenses  Violation Disputes Violation Payments  PHOTO COPIES  Monday to Friday 9:00 - 4:30 Saturday 9:00 ��� 12:30  Ample parking across from the post office in lower Gibsons  TOWN OF GIBSONS APPOINTED MOTOR LICENSE OFFICE  718 WINN RD.  PHONE: 886-3379 FAX: 886-0220  NOTICE OF CHANGE  OF PARKING ON SCHOOL ROAD  TOWN OF GIBSONS  The Town of Gibsons is advising all residents that it will be changing the signage on  School Road between South Fletcher Road and Periwinkle Lane to read "Small Car  Only" because of limited sight distance entering onto School Road.  Thank you.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  TOWN OF GIBSONS  CATERPILLAR  CONTROL  Due to a dramatic increase of caterpillar infestation this year, the Town of  Gibsons is requesting all residents to please maintain caterpillar control  on their own property.  Thank you  Valdine Michaud  BYLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER  Coast News, September 5,1994  13  ��� requests Written  Applications for  coaching Positions,  please mail to  box 1879 sechelt, bc  ��� swap Meet  SEPT 10,  10AM  ��� Referees Clinic  OCT 8.  Please Contact  Bill garland 9 885-3753  to register ��� $20 Fee  SUNSHINE COAST MINOR  REGISTRATION  >YS\ dlKI.S \(,l (. IS YI \l  Saturday, September 10th  10 am to 2 pm  Sunnycrest Mall & Trail Bay Mall  Single: $30, Family: $50  1994 Gibsons Pool Schedule*  886-9415  MONDAY ti WEDNESDAY  Early Bird* 6:30 -8:30  Aqua Fit ��� 9 -10  Parant ft Tot ���10:30-11:30  Noon Swim* 11-1  Lessons'3:30-6:30  Swim Club* 6:30-8:30  Lengths Only / Master* ��� 8:30 ��� 10  TUESDAY & THURSDAY  SanloraFitnass ���10-11  Seniors Swim'11-12  Adapted Aquatics ��� 12:30 ��� 1:30  Laaaons ��� 3:30 - 5:30  Adult Ltssons ���5:30-6  Publlc��6-e  Fitness-8-8  FRIDAY  Early Bird ���6:30-8:30  AqusFK'9-10  Seniors Swim-10-11  Noon Swim *11-1  Swim Club�� 4:30 -5:30  Public *5:30-7:30  SATURDAY  Lessons *10-12  Public <2-4  Public'5-7  SUNDAY  Family -1:30 -3:30  Public ��� 3:30 ��� 5  LESSON SESSIONS:  MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS  3:30  Floaters  Red  4:00  Starters  Orange  Maroon  4:30  Orange  Survival  Blue  5:00  Floater  Red  Green  5:30  PtddknPiut  Yellow  UhSMr2U  6:00  wn:nr����iiirM wilWlll T��ni  TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS  3d&  *__.  floittn  Sttfltti-  iVellow  Orenge  Elfiitttt.  [eiddiioL  Maroon  Yellow  Orange  Red  Blue/Green  SATURDAYS  10M  10j3fi.  11jffi  iStertere  FlQUtrt.  B*L  peddlere Plus  11:30 IStartere  Onnat  Yellow  luaao-  Lesson Sessions  Sept����� Od 24 ��� Nov 7 - Dot I ��� SotorWyi Sept I* ��� Hw 2*  Ony 8 WhHt will bt IwM on Hw Nw 7 Unon Smton  J L -^ - ipwaayi- s*. J 14  Coast News, September 5,1994  Sat. September 10/94 10am-2pm  Sunshine Coast Arena  Mondayt  Kids Skate ��� 3:30 - 4pm  CanSkate I ��� 4 ��� Spm  CanSkate II ��� 5 - 6pm  Test-6:19-8:30pm  Tuesday!  Test ��� 3:30 ��� Spm  CanFlgure/Jr Test ��� 6:15 ��� 7:43pm  Wednesday:  Test ��� 6 ��� Sam  CanSkate I ��� 3:30 ��� 4:30pm  CanSkate II ��� 4:30 - 5:30pm  PowerSkate ��� 3:30 ��� 6:30pm (Seniors)  Thursday!  Test' 3:30 ��� 5:45pm  PowerSkate ��� 5:45 ��� 6:45pm (Juniors)  Pridayt  Test ��� 6 ��� Sam  Canrigure/ Jr Test ��� 5:45 - 7:15pm  Kids Skate ��� $90   <& 25 WEEK  CanSkate I ��� $ 190  j Plus $34  CanSkate II-$190 i. crSA Registration  Canrigure ��� $323    | at  Jr. Test ��� $180       1       Lottery Book  Test ��� $423 **  Power Skate $125 ��� 14 Sessions  no rhone KegbtraUons Accepted I  UPCOHNQ &m$  MttQlANCet  Saturday, September 10th  SUNSHINE COAST  FALL FAIR  Dougal Parle, Gibsons ��� /rom 10:00 am  Saturday, September 10th  Anniversary Celebrations  GIBSONS MARINA &.  GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  Music, Cra/t Fair, 10 am  Wednesday, September 21st  GARNET ROGERS  In Concert  Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechelt ��� 8:00 pm  Info: 885-4597 or 885-2294  Friday, September 30 - Sunday, October 2  Rockwood Centre, Sechelt  STORY TELLING FESTIVAL  A Patchwork Quilt of Tales  Saturday, October 1st  Driftwood Plajers present  "THE PARALLAX GARDEN"  by Paddy Campbell  DINNER THEATRE  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  Gibsons, 7:00 pm  Watch the Coast News &  Coast News Weekender for details  on all these upcoming events & ticket info.  To advertise In this  cup   Call our Sechelt office at 885-3930  , *    or our Gibsons office at 886-2622  sports  Hoops tourney returning to Gibsons  The National Basketball Association's  newest franchise will be taking in the action  at the second annual Battle on the Blacktop.  Vancouver Grizzlies general manager Stu  Jackson and the Qrizzlimobile will be on  hand during the September 17 and 18 three-  on-three basketball tournament.  Organized by Frontrunners sporting  goods slore and producedby Impact Promotions, the tourney will feature over $2,500 in  prizes.  Proceeds from a celebrity shooting contest will be donated to the BC Children's  Hospital.  Competing against Jackson in the "25  shols heard around the province" contest, in  pander golf  which the celebrities have five attempts to  sink baskets, are Canadian National  Women's team coach Misty Thomas, Simon  Fraser University Clansmen captain Steven  Anderson, Bob Hoy of IGA-Gibsons and a  special surprise celebrity.  A total of $1,500 was raised for the Children's Hospilal last year and organizers are  hoping even more will be raised this year.  Sixteen teams were entered in the tourney  last year and organizers are expecting double  that number this year.  John Sperring of Impact Promotions said  30 to 40 teams could be taking part in the  Masters (over 35), Youth (under 16) and  Elite divisions and vying for the coveted title  of three on three champs of the Sunshine  Coast.  The games will be played on four courts  to be set up at Gibsons Park Plaza and will  be either 25 minutes long (with five minute  warm-ups) or end as soon as one team hits  16 points.  Registrations will be accepted until  September 16 and if you're interested in  playing but aren't a part of a team, names  will be taken and on-the-spot teams may be  formed.  For more information regarding registration or making pledges for the celebrity  shoot Sept. 17, call 885-8825 or 1-800-884-  4883.  by Wendy Haddock  Monday Twilight Aug. 22  Twenty three golfers played i  Texas Scramble and the winners  were: 1st: Dutch Haddon,  Wendy Haddock, Wib Slater,  Lola Haddon. 2nd: lain Roas,  Tom Held, Murrell Smith, Bea  McFarlane. 3rd: Pete Waycott,  Ed McAllister, Carol Reid, Beth  Mulhern. KP #: Tom Held.  Longest drive on #5: Cathy  McQuitty.  Wooden trophies: Neil Reeder, Mac McFarlane, Vera McAllister, Viv Tepoorten.  Men's Day Aug. 23  Sixty two golfers played  straight golf wilh two low gross  prizes and the balance low net,  and the winners were: 1st low  gross at 79, Rick Metcalf. 2nd  low gross at 81, Hugh Maginnis.  1st low net at 60, Cany Honey-  borne. 2nd low nel at 64, George  Orout. 3rd low net al 66, Neil  Reeder. 4th low net at 67, Ben  Dlin, Roy Lafave, Gary Noble,  Don Young.  5th low nel at 68, Oordie  Hall, Vern Bullock. 6th low nel  at 69, Brian Disney, Les Hassan,  Ian McDonald.  7th low net at 70, Rusty Ellis,  Henry Merry, Dave Dakin. KP  #3: Ian McFarlane. KP #6: Bill  Dean.  Ladles Day Aug. 25  Eighteen Holers and Nifty  Niners played a mystery event,  which turned out lo be more of a  mystery to some than others and  the winners were: Ruth Norman,  Joan Willcock, Blanch Paton.  Hack & Ready For Fall  Cow to hear front yoH<.f  Margaret  Berry  SUSSEX  REALTY  886-2277  Coast News  Classifieds.  They never stop  moving.  Coast New classified ads move cars, homes, appliances and  more. To place your ad with the fastest movers on the Coast,  caO 886-2622 or 885-3930  Hockey equipment  swap meet to be  held at Sechelt arena  The Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey Association is holding a skate  and equipment swap Sept. 10 in conjunction with the Sunshine Coast  Figure Skating Association registrations.  The equipment swap will be held at the arena, starting at 10 am  and will feature bargains for parents looking to piece together their  young athletes' equipment supplies.  "It's so the kids can bring in their old, used equipment and get  something bigger," said minor hockey president Walter Tripp.  "This way we help keep Ihe stuff going around instead of sitting  in someone's closet."  Hockey gear of all shapes and sizes will be on hand and figure  skaters will also find some deals.  "There will be some skates available," said SCFSA registrar Debbie Dubois.  .* ��������� ���* ..  THE TIMBER FRAME COMPANY  -tit  R.R. 3,  Powell River, B.C.  V8A SCI  (604) 487-4396      Maurice Shapiro  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TOP SELLING OFFICE  IN   GIBSONS  (Multple Lstmo laom w Saw of Horns St ftwwn)  Notice Board  Oagelat enaM ant It afUtal meatkly  We tetetve die rifkl lo edit ubmiunni foi brevity  All BibmiuioM ikoold refer lo non-profit evcatt  of genuine communily intent!  Item will be lined three weeki prior lo Itc event.  Dl ADI INt: 1 OR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON TOM MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  Wednesday, wmn 7  Sechelt Oetden Club meeting, 7:30 put,  8t HMi'i Church. VMora welcome.  Thursday, unwm a  at Mary'* Ho*pR*l Auxiliary. Section  Branch. dt�� monthly mooting ot th* M  eaaton, 1:S0pm, 8t. HSda'aHal.  Retired Tcoohtra' Aaan. Branch 40  Annual Fai Picnic, 11 am, PorpoMt Bay  picnic Ida. Campflrot roast: hot dogs and  beveregee mppMd. Free to moment ���  ttachan nol membere by donation. Bring  ���mil talad or dttatrt. TH Chi letaont  andilng-iong Into:0O5-0023  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10  B.C. Pall Pair, Dougal Park, Qlbton.  Efflrlee Sept 0, 0:300 pm. Sept. 10 0-0  am. Pancake breakfaat 0 am, opening  10:30 em. Cran fair participant! regieter  now. Vokmteeii or lor Into, call 000-OOtO  or 000-0100.  8t Merye Hoepltel Auxiliary, SecheH  Brtnch Cran Group m�� be holding e eel*  ol hand-made artldee at Trail Bay MM,  tuning at 0:30 am.  Amnesty Intemetlonel potluck dinner.  0:30 pm, Wilton Creek Community  Centre. Bring favourite diah. dlthee and  cutlery. Quaat tpeeker. Into: 000-3221,  000-1104.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  Sundoy 0ehoo4 Rogtotrotton. Qibeone  tinned Church, 11 am.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER12  B.C. Breoetteedlng Support Oroup  mothers' meeting, 10 em, mome Abasia*  welcome. Pregnant? Pleat* cornel Any  queeHont or concern con be dUcuttOf.  Topic: Advavtugtrt ot Brtasilnding M  Mother A Baby. Into: Laurie, S00-7M0 Of  Rox*nn*. aa*-3230  Olbtont Sualnteo a Proleeelontl  Women't CM meeting Olbeone BPW  matt ono* a month to dlocuec women*  Mute, h*ar tpeekert and tocltlli*. II  tupporit Traneltlon Houtt through  donation* end oflere burtarlee lo m*tur*  women reluming lo echool lo further then  education. Into: June. 000-0015; PauM,  000-7020.  twsoay, September 13  Beevere, Cuba, Sooute, Venturere:  ngWnOon (or Olbeone. 7-0 pm, KM Hut,  OougalPirk.  WtONISOAV, SEPTEMBER14  Wait Heer* Sound Eltetore  Aaooetotlon regular monthlty matting,  7:30 pm, Langdale School portable  i Egan, on the HMeido  todwMM Par*-bring your queetlone.  ArthrWe Sett Management Information  dMptoy, Trel Bey Mel, 10 em-4 pm.  Planning tor the Weterfront and the  Boutovord, 7 pm. Sechell MuraOpel Hen,  Inlet Ave.  Co-tpontorid by tht  Munlclpltlty tnd  Sechell Village  ntaldentt Attn. Into: Berber! Wtnetler.  g*04070 or PM Chamber*!, 003-2330.  THURSDAY, OEPTEMOER 11  Olbeone Oerden Club meeling, 7:30  pm, St. Bent Church. Speekor: B.  Senderoononcuttlnge  10  Frtondo at th* Sechelt Public Library  Helen Dewet Lecture. 2 pm, 81. Hilda'e  Churrti Ha��. Prof. J. de Bruyn will ttlk on  Samuel Ptpyt. Tlckttt tt at Talewind  Books,*! the door or 0O5 5S1S  Irvlne'o Landing Day - lail baeh ot  eummer, 0 am-0 pm, Maturing pancake  breektatt, boat bulldlng/boat racing,  chowder cook-off. eubmerlne rid**. Soat  plant toure. chlldren'e tvtntt, live  nejtttkinieni, ooncocoion eland, itlmon  BBO, IWtworiie. Fr** hourly wtler tail  tervtc* between govt dock In Madeira  i end Irvine* Landllng. Flretihuttle   ti Madeira Perk �� a am, leet Hiutoe  letvei Irvlna'a Landing at 10 pm. All  prooeede to P*nd*t Herbour t Diiuict  Community Health Cenlre Equipment  Fund and ��. Mary'e Hoapltal Equipment  Fund.  B.C. Pent Oroup farewell potluck  tupptr, I pm, Robtrtt Crttk. Into: 005-  5007or 1*0-0151  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  Canadian Cancer Society, S.C. Unit  regular monthly meeting, 1 pm, SCRD  boardroom, Royal Terraces. Sechell  Pubk WMoom*. Into. 0004700  Daycare, Oavte  7.30 pm, Teddy Beer  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II  Adoleecenl Survivor Oroup lor girls  aged 13 to 10 yaara who hava been  aexuelly abuttd it chlldren/eexueliy  aetaultad aa teene. 3:30-0:30 pm. For  info A reolelrellon: leeve mtteege for  C��rol or Trythtl 5*5-5001  FRIOAY.OEPTEMaERJS  B.C. Art* Centre: writer Ron* Murray  reedt trom her recenl travel momoira,  Journey Back to Peshawar. Admletion  tr**, couriaey of Canada Council.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14  S.C. Equeetrlen Club |unk>r gymkhtn*  ���nd tun day, Marts 10 am, Qibaoni Ring  (behind M pool). Into: Jodl, 000-3000.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2*  Pender Herbour Muele Centre: Plenlet  Len Vekneeted Annuel OenerelMeetlng.  t :30 pm; Admleelon M; children under 12  Ira*  MltCELUNEOUS  "In Pull Bloom" exhibit ot oil-  weiercotouracrylic palntlngt by Chrlitel  Fuoee-Moore, Sept   10-30, Hunter  QaHery, Lower Olbeone  Play Bridge far Haert: ttty, lun tnd  oame a chaltabto tax receipt, loo. Your  foureome end choice ol when tnd whir*  nine eeeeione bdm Apr* 10.1000. For  detelle. eel Doo Wether et 000-7340 or  EleonorChmntcket 300-2901. 30  Elphlnetone Pioneer Nullum, 710  Winn Rd., icrott Irom Poet Ollice,  Olbeone A wldl virlity ot display*  profiling nalivt. pioneering, merino and  mineral artifacts ol tha Coaat. Open 7  days e weak, MondaysaTuaadayt, I- 0  pm Md Wedneedey through Sundey. 0-  0:30 pm. Admleelon by donetion Call  000-0232 lor more Into.  Perent-Tol Dros4n: tor parens wth chi-  dran up to 0. tlo-11:30 am M the tolow-  kw kxattono: Qlbeone United Church Hel  (Mon.. Tuee��� Wed. Fri): Sechell Si.  Hilda'e Church Hal (Tuee.); WMon Creak  CommunltyHall iThurt). Inlo:  CommunHy Servlcee, 000*6001 ���  Sexually Trenemltted DUeite Cllnle:  (HIV. mfotmetlon. oouneeMng and tooting) Phone tor appointment In Olbeone  000-5*00. Sechelt M5S164  3ft  A Pregnant? Cal tha HeaMi Unit  1-5000.  Prentttl Hoepltel Tour: phont St.  Miry'l Hoepltel swltchboord to irnngt  tor lour. 006-2224. Prenatal only  Parent A Beky Drap^n glvee petente en  opportunity lo meel other perante end  dltcuti common concerns The group  gethere every Tueeday Irom 1:10 to 3:30  pm at 4*4 S Fletcher, Olbeone end In  Sechelt el 6571 Inlet on Wedneedey*  trom 14:30pm.  r camce A booei  or doe* of diphtheria, wanu* and pertue-  ill It Importint for children enuring  ichool. Olbtont clinics - 000-000O:  Sechelt clnlca-3*5 5104  MONDAYS  Recovery, bw. often ��� eon help method  lo overcome the nogoilvo leelinge thtt  come trom leer, enger. depreeelon end  .'. 7-tem, Th*r  C*ntr*. OlOtont Into: 000 0020  conelenl ennlety :  m. the Wemets  """ 30  Flbromyelgle Support Oroup, 70 pm,  CoenOoriftldl Heelth Unit  TUE0OAY0  "Living With Center" Support Oroup  meele every other Tuetdiy, Kirkland  Centra, Davie Bay, 1 pm. Into   WEDNESDAYS  Poelpertum Depreeelon Support  Oroup - Qlbeone Heelh UnH, 1-2:3b pm  THURSOAYO  3C'e Weight Loee Support Oroup  meete atternoont I030-i230pm. call  000-2002, end ovonlngeoso-soopm.  call 000-7160, at lha United Church,  OleeelordRd, Olbeone  Birth Control Cllnle, Cooot-Oorlboldl  Heelth Unit, 404 8. Fletcher, 7-0 pm.  " vtutt ���*���*������'��� *"*-iv*9 ��^u^n��  No ���ppomnwm domm. Into: M5-7770.  PIUDAVt  ���rem fcftfeM CNnto: First Friday of  ��ch month, 7:30-9 pm, Otaom Htttti  Una.  United Church Thrill Shop, i 3 pm  church beiemeni, line off Truimm Coast News, September 5, 1994  I  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101J  V.     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Acniss In,in Sun-siiiiicr iM  i Mon. ��� Sat.  885-7986  DENIS TURENNE CONCRETE  Placing & Finishing  ReeldentTel & Comm*rcl*l  ACICermed  Driveways, Slabs, Sidewalks etc  Custom Concrete Specialists  \886-0340 ________r_______4____t>/  Gary's  303CAC 2>E=?ViCE  886-SS03  j bobcats tracks-rows stom dumpthuck  Eauumm ��� LANOKAHM - eACKFUJNO - ETC.  RESUME  DO/lrc��lr-lMAI   /��  ��� EFRC/ENT  ��� REUABlf  P.o��$s��oNAi��   'rmesimm  CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  BUILDING CONTRACTORS ELECTRICAL SERVICES  CONSTRUCTION  residential *fT commercial  885-2887  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial & Industrial  KELLY 885-9565.  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC.  _________  ��� FRAMING  lo LOCK-UP  ��� FINISHING  ��� FOUNDATIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� SIDING  THOMAS ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING  J.Thomas   886-7571  REG. ELECTRICIAN  FREE ESTIMATES  NO.17933  SWANSON'S  EXCAVATING   *   SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR OVER 30 YEARS  ��� Land Development ��� Road Construction  ��� Bulldozing ��� Sand & Gravel Deliveries  ��� Pipeline Construction  885-96GG  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  888-9411  Callular  2804376  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  k  Caramies ft Marble  Naw Cenetraellen ft Reaetratians  years eaperl**** in Tllaeellln|  886-4280  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE     commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. QUA^mo,  ENGINEERING  A 4 T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon B*rvlo*e  Serving The Coasl Since I0S5  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  'I" Xilli iriill'"       * ADDITIONS  aaa-aaaa  t. worn, aox rea. oissons, a.c. von tvo  Sunshine Coait Enhneemng  EngiMtnng and DtsiQn for  ��� SubdfftUOA IWvwOpfHfm  Custom RMratntw ono Commtftn  ��� Structural tSots ��� Marine  S7,C29,��M2 OOAA7A1   J  Gibiom, BC VON IVO OQO'474_ J  Thank You ?  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    *  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  MARINE SERVICES  EXCAVATING  Quality & Service  ��� Renovations   - Addition*    ��� Siding  ��� Dtck* ft Fence*   ��� Garagea  Small Projecls to Custom Homes  ll 885-3205 It,ill,h Ni  CADRE CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Custom Built Homes  Renovations ��� Additions  ^886-3171    DAVE MELLOR 7  HEATING  ILKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  ��� Sepuc Systems  ��� Dfiveways ki&A-^ w__m_s i__JB71     ,,  ��� Waerhnes lAS"^^ TB^-tFRJ*     ['  ��� Excavations Reasonable ��� Experienced  ��� Land Clearing OUN RO�� SSS-902S  f **W'886-0057 \  as*-W--^   ^ fag CiV-SM.9JUU  FastracBACKHOT*  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS CAT41��  w  :SfS   STEVE JONES   8864269  FAX 859-28M  NASO0R  Hall Syit��i  A  Located in Secret Cove  885-7W  buccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  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MECHANICAL SERVICES  Commercial Refrigerated Fixlures  1 ARCTIC  ,*' ,' ' ���,',', >  C0MMERriAL REFRIGERATION LTD  24 hr. service ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-5111  Sl-RV INC, 71 IB SL (NS/ HNE CO/VST  ui-di-Mix Concrete ��� snmt * Gravel  curbs ����� Uiers ��� Seplic Tanks  cilbsona von'ivo Sechell  Spark of Life Consulting  RRHCowieysSrteC.il Sechon BC  Windows DevclopfTwnt SptclaHiti  Ckenl Serv�� Database  Netaoivmg and integration  System Anorysii ana Design  M(��Xinl^'Pry3ne:(60d)ea&Oai9,Fci>t:{60d)6ftSOd29  ^SUNSHINE CLEAR  ^ Pumps* Water Treatment  ���ServttKAIICaiminrcial* Residential  Puma and Water Treatment Needs  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  Swanson's  mMPnmnRMdyMlx Ud.  . DIM**! ���ii���Aeeewil*���.,���    fAX    ���,  |   MM666   II   WS-WSS   11   <W2tt6   [  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box I7J, M17 Burnet Kd., Seclielt, B.CV0N 3A0  kziMUTH Exciting  ��� Land Clearing ft Development  ��� Excavating* Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving tha  Coaat  for 12 yaara  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with piolesaional  work at competitive rates  . Kan Birkin* 885-7487  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunner ChrleUaneen  caHIW-MM S9CTRR1  Qlbaona, BCVON IVO  CoCsen& Associates Zr^Z  ttecltical ona Convoi Syl'��m Doi.g"e'l  Custom Residential.  Commercial and Industrial  Design  Cowuncobsen  ��R��I Co*��yl5��ell  Secnelt. BC a  H-  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELONQ ��ND FHBHICATING ��� MECHUNICAL REPAIHS  STEEL ��� STAINLESS.ALUMINUM   KimnTWKHim nAHMaMicomniiciicNiMiiiiMn  ox iw \imnt* com  HOWARD LANG  tli!RCEOHD  QII&OI.I  886-3231  SSS0411  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  pt^n��- >' * **  QUALITY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  iobScdti 883-9283  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  vou found them in  The Coast News     .  GARDENING  AIMING COlOTRACrOKS  ���blitiis/UWoihifilini ��� Pm��i�� Wjihinj     Mew  ��� tonkniiil��Caimmiil ��� Tn? Qialm Miimili WntaiaiUf  "Free Estimates"  885-5111 ' (ieorge ; 24hr Answering Service .  ���v;  r>".'.' -  eerflvL  ���  Kathryn Musstlls  885-3458  Gardening Services  (, 16 Coast News, September 5, 1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and fray for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  _���_ Gibsons &  *** Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Sechelt townhouse: UA ��� 5761  Whart Rd. 2 bdrms, 2 balhs. close  to all amenities. $113,900. 986-  4657 or 886-3930. Open Sat. 1-4  pm. *38c  1.   Homes &  Property  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  1/2 acre and 1 acie lols Lower  Robeits Creek, selectively  cleared, ready lo build Sussex  Group, SRC Realty Corp., Bryan  Ledlngham 1-925-2911      ��4iw  1200 SqFt with Full  Basement on View  Lot in Hopkins  5ft'// Time to choose  colors, carpet  and cabinets  IS min walk to ferry  WB i.e.  NllV HOMI  WAHRAMV  PHOCRAM Ul  MKJI1-.H I !U I MH.-  ASD IHi YUKON  t'.ll O.ri MuoJ.l  I"   HHI, - 71; ������ ������ ., 11,u,.  P.,1,.1.1., gHHS-'UDII  Sechelt residential lol on Shoal  Way, $63,000 931 5045      ��38w  Inglis IMgMs  18 lol lully serviced subdivision  nexl to Oceanmount Estates in  Gibsons. Avail, early '95. Take  advantage now ot low pie-construction prices. Starting at  $74,900 Phone 886-8691    ��52w  Sechelt Home By Bulkier  Qualily plus throughout. Vaulted  living area, 3 bdrms. up. Private  master suile w/deluxe ensuile.  Lots ot windows, woodwork and  details. Excellent value al  $199,900. Francis Peninsula lol  also tor sale. 885-0899. ss  OPEN HOUSE  124 pm, Set/Sun  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  SOAMES PONT, BY OWNER  3 bdrm rancher, 1863 sq II. Laige  lamily loom, l/p, 2 baths, woik-  shop. Large lot. Asking $247,900.  For viewing call 886-8398       ss  MONEY AVAILABLE  BOHROW ON VOUR HOME EOUItV  1ST. 2ND. 3RD MORTGAGES  Nol bosed on pt> liability.  age oi ciedtT  ConsolWalon, cai  oi wnatevei good reason  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  BAYFIELD  INVESlMENrSlRVICESlll)  20577 FRASER HWY  LANGLEY  SECHELT TEL: 885-5527  Rolierts Creek Acreage  125 acre lor the price ol 1/2 acre,  in popular Mossy Rock subdivision. Perc approved, gas, water &  paved road. Close to school, slore  4 golf course. $99,000.886-8691.  *37c  Save Reiltor Fees  Gibsons ��� 1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lol wilh raised bed  gardens, Iruil trees, close lo  school t> bus, quiel well-maintained area, 3 bdrm rancher, 1248  sq. II. Heavy insulation, 2x6  const., 1 1/2 baths, large deck.  $178,500. 886-8367 or lv mess  at 1-478-9753 W7c  3 bdrm townhouse. Unit #11.765  School Rd. Fenced yard.  $123,000,661-7154. #36w  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers ore diked to listen carefully as dl odi placed by  telephone are completely read bo�� verifying requested  doiiificohon, itort date, number of insertion! ond a copy content.  We take extreme core to avoid typographical errors, however, in  ihe went of on error, we ore responsible only for the firsl incorrect  insertion of on od. We do not assume any responsibility for any  reason (or an error in an od beyond tie cost of ihe ad itself.  Report ony rar IMMEDIATELY by calling 886-2622  sor 885-3*30 ���Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.ir  '  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  /TTN  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  VlDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial tor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  tA_^_^_*  For Rent  31  A*\*aaan9  For Sale  21  9m*Mm  Found  11  Obituaiies ���  3  Free  IS  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Storage  30  34  Thank You  5  Home & Properly  1  Too Late lo Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanled  O  38  1.  Homes &  Property  VIEW! Tastefully decorated 2  bdim condo. Ground level entry.  Cenlral location, Oceanview Classics. Near schools & shopping.  Gibsons Call eves, after 5 pm.  886-0362 ss  MARINA PUCE  Veiy tastefully decorated, immaculate 1230 sq It. level entry 2 bedroom condo, 2 bathrooms, lire-  place, skylight, 5 appliances,  drapes, patio (adult oriented).  Across Irom marina, on bus route,  walking distance to stores. 886  4190. tfns  Central Gibsons home close lo  shopping, in pleasant, quiet family  oriented area 13 yrs. old with 3  bdims and potential 4th and a  downslaus suile. Two baths.  Enclosed paiking, landscaped,  hardwood Iloor in kitchen and dining room and a nice south lacing  deck wilh a completely lenced  yaid oul back Currently rented.  Excellent investment property.  $155,000 firm. 886-3573.     ��36w  Gorgeous level entry view home  with inlaw or nanny suite on lower  level. This lovely home leatures a  built-in vac, sunken living room,  heritage kitchen wilh eating area  on view side. Full ensulte, 2 fireplaces and office / computer area.  Fully landscaped. $299,000. NO  AGENTS. 886-2485 or 886-2893.  ��36w  Home wanted. Family wilh 2  teenagers looking for nice home In  Gibsons approx. 2500 sq. II., 3-4  bdrms. No subdivisions or vinyl  siding. Musl be piivate (t/2 acre  min.), yet dose to lown. Prefer not  lo renovate. 885-5033.       #36w  ROBERTS CREEK  Square .53 acre lot near ocean,  selectively cleared, fully serviced,  ready to build. $98,900.885-3509.  ss  3 bdrm, 2 level, mortgage helper.  Sundecks, solarium, near school.  $179,900,886-8448. #36c  Lower Gibsons 6 yr. old rancher -  3 bdrms, 2 bathrooms, large living  room, oak kilchen, skylights,  detached workshop 6 carport,  beautifully landscaped, t block to  beach, $195,500.686-8557. #38w  5 6 acie limbered t secluded,  oceanview, 2100 sq. II. log house,  near completion. $450,000. 885-  5910. ss  High bank w/l home, 2 bdrm, 2  bath, large LR, brick t/p, large  solarium, exceptional aggregate  pabo, BBQ. Situated in one ol the  most desireable areas ol Ihe Sunshine Coast, spectacular view ot  Vane. Isl., Mt. Baker, Trail Islands.  Watch the cruise ships sal by. In a  park-ike selling, al this and morel  No agents For appt. to view. 885-  2397.  1.   Homes &  Property  onio"  Sting?  Av*  ai :my of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places mt  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place B83-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre H8V28.SH  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE HHS-HIS'i  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  EH3  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Slreel 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Crake Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)    886-2622  I  Roberts  Creek  Realty  SOLO SOLO SOLD  NEW LISTINGS!  9 SOLO  in our  FIRST 3 MONTHS!  THANKS  FOR YOUR SUPPORT!  Rural home on privale 12.5  acres, yes, if is in Roberts Creek  and suMiwtfaNefo5# lots  ��� $499,000  Maiestic view S location,  1/2 acre lot, Langdale. 5 min  walk to ferry ��� $139,000  Msrtin 800-6267  Retirement delight, immac, sknost  new, exlremely bright sgl/lvl, 1  owner home. Features ceramic  tiled outside entrance, lenced  back yaid w/patio, ceder garden  shed. 2 bdrms. w/walk-in closets,  skylights, lully equipped rec room /  social centie. forced air gas furnace and brick l/p Price -  $183,900 Serious concerns only.  686-2211 North Woods ��10. 820  Kiwanis Way 136c  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural selling, Ireed w/hydro access, 1.75 h,  asking, $185,000, no agents  please. 885-3469 ss  Commercial lot across Irom medical building, $95,000.965-0412.  ss  W. Sechell, 1/4 scie GD, partial  view lol, lully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4662  Waterfront lot, Sakinaw lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1-872-2117, days, 1-685-747B   SS  Lol 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Hsrbour. Ready lo build, septic in,  financing. 883-9597. ss  Require s building lot In or near  Gibsons, with access lor under  $50,000.866-3015 after 6.     tfns  Close In - Gibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way. $79,500.1-922-3559.  SS  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Greal Ocean View, exiensively  improved, well treed snd wilhin  wslking distance to Sgts. Bay  Marina Park. This acreage is in a  growing large lot subdivision with  Iwo driveways to access uppsr  and lowei sections ol property at  $155,000. Lot 23 of Leaning Tree  Subd. will not last long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042.   SS  In Lovely W. Sechelt  OPEN HOUSE  Set, 1-3pm, 5455 Mllle Rd  Greal 3 bdrm. 3 bath family homa.  Oak kitchen w/eating area, sep.  dining rm. Irving rm. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuile  I walkin closet. Nicely landscaped  lenced backyard w/deck & hot tub.  All appliances Included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 8854379.       ss  W. Sschslt, nsw 1350 sq. tt.  rancher. Dbl. garage, 2 ful baths,  3 bdrms, skylight, natural gas  heat, maple cabinets, $'174,900'  885-7972. ss  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl, view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 ss  3.   Obituaries  HALL: Helen Frsnces passed  away peacefully at Vancouver  General Hospital on Thursdsy,  September 1,1994. Bom November 25,1912. Survived by her  brothers Wilfred (Alene) ol Brant-  ford, Ontario, Ernest (Marjorie) ol  Victoria, BC and Ted; sister Ruth  (Ernie) Corey; nephews Robert  Corey and Newman Corey ol Victoria, No service by request,  Arrangements entrusted to the  Memorial Sociely of BC and First  Memoiial Funeral Services, North  Vancouver. #36c  7. Announcement I 7.   Announcement  Creek, 1.0 acre, southern exposure, partial/ treed, building site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access. $128,000.  866-7372. ss  COSTARICA  2.5 acre lot ki Esperanza Ranch.  Serviced, privale communily, tropical park with hiking/riding trails,  swimming. Close to shopping,  beaches, restaurants, golfing.  $26.500 685-5157. ss  AMVWMII  UMU5  We wish lo express our speclsl  thanks to Pat Garrison lor the use  of her home, Kaye Szabo and  Dinah Reed for food prep and decorating, and all our lamily and  Iriends lor their support and hard  work to give us a beautiful wedding. Bob and Sue Walker.   ��36c  1100 sq II Rancher For Sale  Price (educed - pay no commission. Light S airy, only 1 yr old.  ���530 Shaw Rd 666-2620 or 886-  3191. Steve or Sher. Pgr. 11-975-  1071 ss  Madeira Park lol, Merrill Cresc.,  cleared, 34acre.8850899     ss  View lol overlooking Madeira Park  Centre, 102 It frontage dear. Septic Ok $65,000 obo. 663-9418. SS  Commercial lol, 36x100. Farnham  Rd $79,999 965-0412 ss  For ssle by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre. 8098 Alder-  wood Road, Halfmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 835-2201,  evenings 685-0944. ss  This is a little gem lor Ihe disenmi-  nating buyer. 1200 sq. It., 4 yrs,  sophisticated adult house, dose to  vlage. Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-filled  kitchen, breakfaat area opens onto  s/f patio 6 garden 2 lull balhs,  master ensuite. Big studio (easily  2 bdrms sgsin!) Sky/It, extra big  windows Mature artistic landscaping, dog run and kennel. Appliances. No agents. $174,900 Cal  865-6010 Id view. ss  3 Obituaries  DUTHIE Passed away August 29,  1994, David Thomas Dulhie, lale  jl Halfmoon Bay. age 53 years  Survived by one sister Pat Canoll  and husbsnd Bob, of Surrey;  nephews Mike snd Andy; sister-in-  law Norms Duthie ol Sechell;  nieces Becky and husbsnd Joe,  and Jennifer Seivice was held  Salurday. Sept 3 at Bethel Baptist  Church. Sechelt. Reverend Cal  Mclver officiated Cremation.  Devlin Funeral Home. Directors  COOK; Passed away suddenly on  Augusi 29,1994, Albert Frederick  IMism Cook, lale ol Gibsons, age  49 years. Survived by his loving  wife Judith Anne; 1 son Albert  Cook, ot Surrey; 1 brother Allen, of  Gibsons: 2 sisters Mavis Cook ol  Gibsons, snd Evelyn Dyck ol Vancouver; nephews and nieces No  seivice by request. Private cremation arrangements Ihrough Devlin  Funeral Heme. #36c  Clarity Counselling - tree Initial half  hour consultation. Carolyn Lincoln,  R.P.C. 885-4672. 1138c  S/F living on S. Cosst enjoys outdoors, gsrdening, Ihe arts, traditional celllc / folk music plus quite  s bit more. Looking for aim under  40 Interested in same for possible  ongoing relationship. Reply to Box  "R" c/o Coast News, Box 68,  Sechell VON SAO. #36w  She-bear, early '30s seeks he-  bear for fishing /foraging / swimming and hibernation... Preler n/s  humorous besr (no growlles or  grumpies), 30-40 years old, with al  least a tew brain cells and lots ol  heart. Reply lo Box 'Q* c/o Cosst  News, Box 68. Sechelt VON 3A0.  ���36w  Cemeo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call lor kilo 866-  0954 or 665-5364. tin  Announcements  ROBI LOUISE  A million lhank yous tor rescuing  me when my car ran out ol gas on  South Fletcher, Salurday, Aug. 27.  Christine. *36w  Special thanks to BA Blacktop lor  road work donated to Chapman  Creek Hatchery. 136c  Interested In getting disk (Msbee)  golf going on the Coast. Glen 886-  8757. IrXc  OOINO our OF  ���USfNIMMU  "Ini Cor.tr Closet"  lollies' consignment clothing &  accessories, in Molly's Lane, it  closing dottn. All retnaimg item  HiHk56��te7l%OFF4iriq  September,  MsOy'i lias Msital mlllxoftn  as usual. Watch fur changes and  ntw giftwear arriving daily.  Open 7 days a week  10-5 Moo-Sal ��� 11-4 Sundays  886mS  DIVORCE? INCORPORATE?  Complete $99 ��� call LO-KOST  Divorcervice 731-3111. Franchises avail, throughout BC.      ��37w  ftDlal-A-Datij)  \3m__________v  IOVE, .  Awam you atihb Nismra  JUST CAH  1-900-451-3065  $2.99/mini 18 yeare plus;  24 hn. Voice Personals  For All lifestyles. The  Modern Way For Adults To  Men  To lhat special lady. I know you  are out there, and I'd like lo meel  you. From a S/W/M, 40'ish thst  enjoys lots ol outdoor activities,  like hiking, biking, boating, skiing,  walks, long talks, dining, dancing  and quiet times sl home. I'm honest, caring, spontaneous, and lull  ol laughter and fun. Hope to hear  Irom you soon. Please write lo  Box 428, c/o Coast Nsws, Box  460, Gibsons, BCVON IVO. #38w  Wanled fitness waking compan-  k)n(s), Langdale / Gibsons area,  days, 3-4 xwk. Carol 866-9006.  139*  Sschslt council and tha Chief  Judge have a plan lor quick disposal ol Infractions ol Ones snd  permits concerning privets property. $150 lor refusal to allow  Inspection. No sssrch warrant?  Wi the money changers take over  our lite? Do wo protest? Writs  P.O. Box 474, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0 136c  FEEL THE DIFFERENCE  Are you ssrlous about losing  weight or tired, no energy? We are  It leaders in heallh and nutrition.  WE GUARANTEE RESULTS Al  nalural - supervised program. 886-  3067,883-9375. I36w  TUTORING  For dyslsxic children, home  schooling or help wkh reading and  spelling -1 can help. For mora  Into, call Ctte Nelson 885-6164  or 8654709. I37w  S/F enjoys own company and my  children, dancing, quiet nights.  Looking for family man with similar  interest Reply to 88 C46 HiHcrsst  RR#1, Gibsons, VON 1V0.   #37w  LIVE PSYCHICS. Personal. 1-  100-451-3555 ait. 1275.  $3 99/minute. Must be 16 years.  Newcsl Ltd. 602-954-7420   ��36w  Card player, loves lo play Canasts  and gams called 'Frustration*  wants someone to play cards with  Preler older person. 885-9106.  ��37w  WHAT?  Wendy, lormerly ot Supershspe  snd Michelle, formerly ot Heed-  quartsrs would ike to inform their  clients thst they sre ott to Los  Angeles to attend Ihe Sassoon  Academy, reluming to work in the  new location, Sept. 7. at Teredo  Hsfc Motions, 885-9495     ��36w  Counselling lor individual cou-  plee and tsmWee. Also support 6  consultation lor step families Cal  Mary Lang (MSW), (R.S.W.).  8664144. ��38c  Lonesome senior gent wishes to  enjoy family atmosphere. Would  like to meat young couple with  smsl kids In Sechelt. Would Ike  occasional visits both ways. 865-  6092. na*  WORKING IN TRADES  EntployiMm TnHftf ProQriffl  stsrtsOct11,1M4  Through a combination ot classroom / shop Instruction snd on-  the-job experience this 37-week  program gives ski exposure in  CARPENTRY/CONSTRUCTION  ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS  HEAVY EQUIPMENT  SMALL ENGINES/  AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR  COMPUTERS/MATHS  COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADING  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  1   JOB SEARCH TECHNIQUES  AND WORK EXPERIENCE  An orientation session will be  held Tuesday, Sept 13 el 7 pm,  1011 Venture Way, Gibaona. To  regieter cell 8864607.      #36w  /{ilfUld' /���{'  Gibsons/Sechelt  ��  Oldest estsblished club  on Sunshine Cue* (Myn)  tgg____m________l!__  ScptladmlMi  ..     ki 7pm lo 8:30 pm,  Monthly Tuet atlnm  fttta St. Aldus Hal,  5peclil Fxmily       ��*o��Q����*  Rates  C��lNoweB��3��lora��M>t77  Riders wantsd lor Vsn. pool trom  Horseshoe Bay to downtown Vancouver. 167/mo. from 8am-4pm.  Cont. Anna Williams homa 666-  7490, woik 622-3387 or Tracy  Kassner homa 666-0460, work  I36w  OM Guides d Canada registration  lor girls sges 5 to 15 years  Wednesday, Sept. 14,6:30 to 7:30  pm St Mary's Church Hal, langdale, Gibsons, Robarts Creek  area. Leaders wanled. For kilo cal  886-2190. 136c  Unt Dtndng BoginfWfS, interim-  date snd children's, starling Sspt.  15 Frsnk Wesl Hal. Pre-register  686-7372. I36w  I27E7B77CB951  School of Dance  RAD. Ballet Classes I  1121 Pott Mellon Hwy, |  (1km fram feny teiminal)  886-8346  Hockey Juniors (8-  11 yrs) Saturdays 1-2 pm, Adults,  Sundsys 5-6 pm, $32. pre-register. Gibsons Pool #38w  PRIVATE TUITION  Qualified experienced tascher  available. Adults, high school 6  elementeiy students. 8664466.  Miw  UNLOCK  YOUR HEALTH SECRETS  Iris analysis - ths study ol tha  colour I structure ol your Ms, can  reveal your body's weaknesses l  strengths. Analysis Is dona Irom a  photograph which may be taken in  your home or mine. For mora  information on this exciting 'key*  to your health secrets, cal Vonnie  8639653. ��36c  CREEK STEP: Complete aerobic  workout with weights. Mon. t  Wad. st 6 pm; Thurs. 4 Sat. at  9:30 sm, St Aidan's Hal, Roberts  Creek. 8864634. 138c  Discovery Toys, new fan knel To  order or book party, cal Vsnessa  MOWERS DfttCr  Blooming Plants  Hibiscus ��� Gerbers  African Violets  Jasmine ��� Pentas  Cams see in at  10*1 Hwy 101, Gibsons  886-7444  ECOSONIC  BONSAI CLASSES  Learn how to make miniature  trees. Classes start Oct. 2. Phone  Willie 865-9690. *37c  Does your group hsve s project  Ihst requires funding? Perhaps I  can help secure the becking you  need. Project Development Consultants. 666-4711 FAX 666-4197.  D3SW  FORST POTTERY  Open Friday and Saturday 9 am lo  3 pm or by appointment. 1040  Chamberlin Road, Gibsons. 886-  2543. 141w  HIGHLAND DANCING  Instruction by Angus MacKenzie  (former world champion) for all!  ages, (male/lemale) Join now lor  Sept. startup. Info 865-0678.138w  SHAWAN CAMPBELL STAR  RECONNECTIONS  Body/mind therapies-workshops.  Cal tor appt. 8854685.      *38w  Aching lor a massage? Shiatsu  and Swedish offered. 886-0338.  MTW  ISLAND VIEW COUNSELLING  808-7045  Experienced Counsellors al Ihe  Masters level. ��37w  End ol summer barter days. See  it, barter for it, haggle lor a bargain. Ends Sept. 10. Oul 01 Time,  ihe Bizaria Bazaar, Roberls  Cteek. 685-3935. #36*  Serving the Sunshine Coast: DIAL  A BOTTLE DELIVERY SERVICE.  We deliver mix, cigs, groceries,  prescriptions, psrsonsl errands  and snacks. Open 9 sm ��� 11 pm  daily. Wa buy smpties. Drlvsrs  stationed in Gibsons snd Sechel.  8864951. *37w  Save money. Find HIDDEN  TREASURE USED BOOKS al  5525 Inlet Ave, Sechell, 459  Marine Dr., Qibsons. Sslected  Irades welcome. *37w  SC HOME LEARNERS  Support Group. 7 pm Sept. 20 (3rd  Tues. ss. mo.) Klippenslein's  home, 3518 Beach Ave. Rbts Ck.  8853066      ��38w  Stress snd tension relesss.  Reflexology or Acupressure. Cell  /Weigh lor appl. 886-9234.   ��38w  SECHELT FARMER'S MARKET  First a third Sal., 10-1 pm, behind  Gilligan's Pub, ��37c  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  865-6208,24 hour Una. tfn  mw Registered Nuraea  ^  Homemokers - Gardeners  Bonded & Insured  HELP ��fy* WAY  Olsons to tender Harbour  Ml  T^TWm^F     Reeve  11 _W 886-3188  |   f ev. 886-3714  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  . A complimentary makeover  that creates Ihe effect you  want - natural, career or  dramatic.  ��� A glamour look thai  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe pielerence.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhal will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  &MARV KAy  i*lioi��'[ll,im��rw*i~  Yvonne Valincius  M4-4M3  CantO    "  Colonic irrigation. Call Carolyn,  8854857 *36w  Anyone ever involved with BC  TEEN TOWNS contact Lana, 866-  2977. Re: reunion information.  new  FORST POTTERY  Open Friday and Salurday 9 am -  3 pm or by appointment 886-2543.  1040 Chamberlin Road, Qibaons.  ���36c  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? CalAI-Anon  686-9903, 685-7464, 686-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 685-7464.  ssesitrleWJ  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling, lubbtsh removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  8664917. tfns  Sunshine Coast  Transition Houss.  A sals place tor woman and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service 686-2044 th  Play Bridge for Heart. Il's easy,  tun, and earns a charitable las  receipt, too. Your foursome and  choice of when and where tor nine  sessions before April 15,1095.  For details, call Doo Diether at  866-7340 or Eleanor Chinnick,  806-2961. I37w  Our Dokfcfilial tovices  Prcgna has 2 beds available  in a supportive hone  aivircnaenl for seniors  iho require aupeniaed care  For more information cal  MM411  V  INVEST IN YOUR HEALTH  roitTOIMYANDTOMORItOW.  ��� Reduce dalyweu levels  ��� Ene dirwuc pan A duaxnfort  ��� Integrate youi thymol, anolwnal,  mcnulA^xntiialbafca  ellen besso  fT^ ��� Trager$  _^��  -ACUPRESSURE  886-4274  SpetMMt��iawea����'sk  Weddings &  Enqnqements  SOHENSENBFALUS  Sven snd Helen Sorensan of Halt-  moon Bay and Emie end Jennifer  Fallis ol Robsrts Ctsek are  pleased lo announce the marriage  ol Sonja and Qaoiga, by lha  Reveiand Glen Baker, United  Church ot Canada. Davis Bsy,  Saturday, August 27, 1994.  Reception followed in Ihe Sechel  Indian Band Hal The happy cou-  pie reside in Langdale       136c  Workshop, Timeline Therapy 1  N.L.P. Sept. 16 -17. Individual  counseling. Thursdsy avsnlng  sludy group. HsnsLouise 885-  0025 ��7c  Cariboo cattle drive. Sept. 14 ��� 16.   ,95. t20 $,0 $5 m, TrtM  Interested riders call Ted 296-  (,������, hem,, ws.MSg p^) ���  685-4569 (wotk). 136c  Nishiki Rockhound mtn. blks,  (red), Irom Sacral Cove 885-7808  Bob(orlv.masssge.)        136c  3219.  ���37c  t  Ih  Coast stctimij  oflDanct&  fliuAru  Registration  3-6pm  885-2263  5645 WHARF AVE -SECHELT  Black / white male cat, missing  Irom Hsnbury Road, Robsrts  Creak. Aug. 17.885-1045 (home),  886-2626 (work). 136c  First bassmsn's black Louisville  Slugger glove, kwm Sechel mid-  June. Rewsrd. 665-5448.     136c  HIGHLAND DANCMO  Instruction by Angus MacKenzie  (former World Chsmpion) tor all  sges (male/female). Join now for  Sepl startup.Into:865-0676.  no*  CnMTWI S WMf  Nsw tai catalogue now available.  Back to School Specials. Cat loi  mora Inlormation or to book a  party 8654916 Una  Smal chide bicycle lound OShea  Rd To dsim please deecribo 666-  MOO 136*  Lsrge bunch of keys, at bus slop  on Cowtie St., on ring, Aug. 15.  Claim at Coast Nawa Sechell  eWes. 5721 Cowrie. tm  ���M  _______________________ Coast News, September 5,1994 17  21. For Sale  Free kittens, 7 wks. old. Ready to  go. 866-6008. ��37w  Hand-fed baby peach LOVE  BIRDS tor ssle by breeder. Vail-  gated colors, very tame. $35, $40.  885484T ��7c  Magnificent Maggie, Jersey milk  cow, gentle. $600.883-2926. *36w  Metz /appliance  'sales XtteptW  Repair to all makes ot  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees,  Call Harvey at 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Baby Grand piano, cream/gold,  $3600.886-7623. ��38w  Professions! Musician accepting  PIANO STUDENTS. 20 yrs. teaching experience. Lud, 886-02BI.  ��3Bw  Piano tor sale by piano tuner.  delivered and serviced. 883-2329.  ��38w  20. Furniture  Piano Tuning  i#  icpaltt  ��� appraisals  Kan Dalgleish  886-2843  Apt. size upright piano, exc. cond.  Appraised st $2000. Lovely tone.  Offers 666-8543. ��7c  THE JOY OF MUSIC STUDIO:  Private Instruction: Voice, piano.  keyboard, theory. Rear 5653  Wharf St., Sechel. 885-5552  ��39w  Private piano lessons. Royal Conservatory ��� Beginners ��� Limited  space -Eileen Lewis 886-8588.  ���38c  Vantage Chel Atkins style hollow  body electric guitar with hard case,  $500 ta. 886-2373. *36c  Sola, love seat & chair, exc. cond.  $500 ot)0. BB6B707.886-2545.  1360  Beautilul country pieces tor sale.  One 7 It long Harvest table with  mellowed pine top and Robin's  egg blue painted legs. Many other  pieces as well Call 8B6-3886 to  leave message. "41c  4 pee. bdrm. suile, queen w/new  box Smattr, $1750.8B5-1072.  ��38w  Brown arborite kilchen table, 2  leaves, 4 chairs, $75.886-8557.  ��36w  Moving Glider chair, dining room  teak hutch & cabinet, teak book  shelves, twin bedroom set, double  dresser 6 high boy. 885 7519  ��36w  21. For Sale  AMAZING!!  Multi-use certs... Great lor hauling lirewood. parcels, palls, you  name HI Two-wheeled, heavy wire  Irame, royal blue, $30 ea. Hurry!  Quantities are limited! See at  Sechell Coast News olfice, 5721  Cowrie St. or Gibsons Coasl News  ollice (behind Dockside Pharmacy), Mon-Fri., 9-5 pm. tin  Nonconforming drum wood stove,  good heat, $200.1-261-4331.  ��37w  Craftsman 10" contractors table  saw w/assorted blades, $350; 2 -  18514 Chev studded snow lires,  $20,886-9447 alter 6 pm.    ��37w  Weider Flex -110 home gym. Uke  brand new. used only 4 limes.  $150. 886-2203. ��37w  NEW WATERLESS  TECHNOLOGY  Wash your boat or vehicle wilh no  water. Cleans, seals, polishes and  protects. For Iree demonstration,  885-B923.          M7w  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed lirewood, split 6 delivered,  lull cords, $100, cedar available.  886-0349 ��37w  Hideabed, 5100; wofden microwave stsnd, $20; single bed ml  bookcase hesdbosrd, $150; 3  drswer wooden dresser, $30; 5  drawer wooden dresser, $20; 2  drawer metal desk, $20; wooden  picnic tsble, $40; cedar bench,  $50; hanging basket chair, $30,  686-9765.     *36c  SNOWBOARDS  '93 Morrow Spoonnose 160, used  only 10 limes, $400;'92 Burton M6  asym. race board ml Burton plate  bindings, $350.886-7098.    ��36c  Used lumber, 2x6, 8 to 16 tl., no  cedsr, 25* ft. Phone 886-2191  afler 6 pm.  JJS8P  GOLDFISH  CLEARANCE SALE  SUPPLIES  TANKS-PUMPS ���ETC,  TROPICAL FISH  #36c  '78 Buick Regal 5.0 L LTD. Parts  ol fix, runs well, power everything,  $500 ObO. 685-9272. ��38w  '78 Volvo 4 dr., runs well, $700  obo. 865-7203. *37w  '78 Dodge Aspen near new tires,  good running cond., $575 obo.  885-7099. ��36w  1979  '79 Volvo wagon, rusty but reliable, needs work, $250 or trade  tor lirewood. 866-7815       138c  '79 Ponliac Sunbird, stereo, p/s,  p/b, runs great. $500 obo. 885-  7456 #36w  '79 Porsche 924, 5 spd., $72,000  ml., new lires, clutch, major tune  up. Trade for car, boat? $4,200.  666-0181. ss  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWINQ  886-2020  24 Hr. Emeigsncy Towing  ���Fully Insured and Reliable1  Guaranteed GoodUsed  Parts for most makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  ���4 Wheel Drive. 2 Wheel  Drive and Some Do Drive"  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and low some  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  [sunshine Coast Power Bt Sail Squadron  BASIC BOATING COURSE  Sdlrly. Knots, Kc  Classes in Gibsons Be Sechelt  Starts Tuesday September 13  PREREG1STER  Roy Boutilier 886-7168  Centra Gas 885-6117  1990  Gibiom Mobile  Sm Sirviei  Rainsawn, Ouartersawn.  & Bevel  0^.  886-1468  HERO, airless mod. 1000, Baldor motor, $1000 obo. 865-4643,  messages, Ken.   W7w  Ski rack for car lop. 866-9346.  Alder firewood - ssssonsd/unses-  sonsd. $75/cord undelivered.  Phone 686-3092 ��36c  Tranpoline, good cond. 885-4503  ���38c  MRH 1993 Slazenger XTC Irons  reg. flex pro-r-shafl/standaid lie-  black dot. Were sold Ihrough  Sechelt Golf Club. Metal weight  lifting plates and bars or dumbells  Used Brio. Yamaha Maxim parts.  Ok) Sega cartridges 886-7214.  tins  Baby jogger - if you bought one  and arenl using it, I need it 666-  400ft ��f*  Cassette tspes ol folk, ballad,  easy listening 6 soft pop music.  686-7947. #Mc  Secure gaiage needed for winter  months, to store car. 886-7697  ��37c  rn       11  CheMilreezer, reasonably priced.  665-5444. #37c  One pair useable exhaust manifolds tor Mercruiser Ford V-8 883-  2574.  ��37c  Commeicial gas clothes dryer  (laundromat type) at reasonable  price. Evi 6664097. *37c  ��36w  English style pram or deluxe  Sears stroller. Both exc. cond. $75  ea. 886-7907 ��38c  One large upright freezer, $150.  885-3509.         M8w  WINDOW  FACTORY BLOWOUT  New vinyl double glazed sliders,  5x3,4x3 and 3x3 with or without  screens. Other sizes available.  ���Sunco, 885-8889. ��38w  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� l-'rcc Estimates  Call Bruce 885-1949.  Clean II. 886-8775.  Sinai 1 bdrm house or shack wilh  storsge shed, prefer place oil  beaten path, access lo hydro 6  phone. Wanled by single old age  pensioner, at least until April or  May 1995. Smoker and have dog  686*388 except Tues. 8 Fridays,  10-3 pm.  W^  BUYMQ COINS  Bank Notes  Gold & Silver  Video Etc.  6864312  tin  Kayaking llie jacket, comly 6  cheap, caH 866-7355 tins  Queen size maltress, 883-2555  ���36c  Free shskes. good tor kindling  Brian's Roofing 665-4660.   ��36w  To a good home: while lemale  Chow Samoyed X. 2 yrs. old. 1st  shots. 685-4073 ��367w  Beautilul kittens lo good homes. 2  are 6 wks.. 3 sie 10 wks.. inter  trained 665-0541 ��36w  Four roosters 686-4632     ��36w  Four kittens 666-2929 M6w  Angora bumy with cage En U*.  lo a good home. 885-7248   s36w  Heat machine, fireplace insert  w/glass doors and electric blower,  $295. In Gibsons 944-7560. *38w  Premium habyswing, $75; baby  bouncing chair, $10; deluxe  stroller. $100; 3 chairs. $25, food  processor, $25; B&W TV. $25;  rabbit fur coat, $25; 2 snugglies,  $10,665-9218. ��38w  Guns - 30,06.w/scope mounts and  rings. Fibreglass stock, new barrel  2-343 British ��4 Mark 1's. 866-  3756 *M*  All wire rabbit cages, 30x30, $20  ea. obo; exercise bike. $35; rower,  $35; 20' color TV, $50,866-0909.  ��38c  Large doll's house. 48' I x 3'4" h,  $25,885-4503.    Mfc  Photocopier, older Xerox 3103,  runs great, $200.886-8267.  ��38c  Wood burning slove, not CSA  approved. $50; Sears h/d washer,  working. $50; Giaco travel  playpen. $60; Iwo booster chairs.  $5 ea; one baby car seat. $35;  training potty. $10.685-9187. ��38c  Bed couch; 4 hp Mercury o/b; 10"  table saw; router table; bandsaw;  BSD Workmate. 885-5702.   ��38c  t4 IL aluminum boal, 15 hp molor.  $800.883-9107. #38c  Hall runner carpels, 100% pure  wool. Arakslan: 2.2x8.10. $35;  2.2x11.2, $45.885-7726.      ��38c  Excellent gas mowei. 3.5 hp Brig-  gs and Stralton engine. $50 885-  n��i ��38c  Gas heater, twin fans, 47,000 btu,  new $1200, asking $450; double  stainless sink w/tap, $45; singls  sink. $10; plastic wash lub w/taps, ,  $20; 2 solid core exterior doors,  $25 ea.; 4 rattan kitchen chairs,  $50; free-standing solid oak mantle, 601 w x 80" h, $550.885-4804.  ���37C  Used broadloom, exc. cond.,  approx. 80 sq. yds, rusty brown  color. Otlers. 666-3354.      ��37c  12 II. libreglass canoe, $225;  snare drum 6 stand, $50; 5 spd. 1  10 spd. bikes, $25 ea.; recurve  bows, $40 ea. 883-9324.      ��37c  Table & 6 chairs; vertical Minds, 6  w; glass door firescreen; 5 pee.  lool set, never used. 886-7490.  ��37c  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moteriols  FienchDoors/M.-Eid.Dowj  Alum* Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  Boihroom Fixtures elc.  VM our stone or M*  IIMIN  5653WlwifM.,5echell  trxytMASav*  MOHSAT9am-5pm  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, new transmission,  exhausl. 885-5102. ss  I960  '80 Chevette, immaculate, 58,000  k original. New lires. $1400. 886-  4540.      ��36w  '80 Toyola Corolla 4 dr. S/W,  while, exc. run. cond., $1200.886-  341V       __��  '60 Camaro 350 auto, new shocks  6 exhaust, low mileage. Moving,  must sell $1600 obo. 886-4688.  KOc  INI  '90 Nissan Sentra, grey, aulo. 4  dr., $6500 obo. 886-3279 alter 3  pm. ��36c  1991  '89 Ford F250, 351 cl, 5 spd,  45,000 miles, visor, roll bar, lull  aluminum box liner, new paint,  transler case, ball joints & tire rod  ends. $10,500.866-0389 Chris,  tins  '89 Z-71 stepside 4x4, lully  loaded, must sell. 886-7484.    ss  '89 Bronco ll XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cass., clean 4 comfortable, $9800  685-2133. ss  1991  '91 blue Muslang, 51.000 kms,  p/w, p/dl, alt, ciuise, $8888. 883-  9167. #37w  '91 Meicury Cougar, aulo., sir,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 666-3623.   ss  '91 Sunbird SE. V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  air., lit cass. $8900.886-2688.  ss  1992  Must sell! 1992 Mazda 323SE  hatchback, auto, ps/pb, am/lm  radio cassette, 7500 km. 886-       0017. *36w  '61 Cougar 2 door, aulo, sun roof,  '92 Honda Civic, white, Sony  new brakes. $950 obo. 886-3993    steieo. exc. cond. $9000. 686-  ss  2341 ss  92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  12,000 km. 866-7524 eves.     ss  17 1/2 It. l/g Bowtider w/lrailer,  Volvo i/o. Always garage stored  and molor Hushed. Kicker motor  Incl. $6000. B86-7424.        ��38c  Grady white 25 It., 1980 twin  Merc. 470, excellent cond.  $47,000.883-2211 SS  18 tt. SeaRay, 1981 Merc in/out,  comes with trailer, lish Under,  VHF, 2 covers, very clean,  $11.000.863-2211. ss  20 It. Double Eagle h/top. cuddy  cabin, galley, head, tabs, new  W Chev,(810, black, i/b, Peneer  (_owrance 60u���der ���  stereo. Greal condition. $6250  ^   ,������ mm $9M0 8B3  Obo. 686-7098. ��36c  2409.  ss  1993  93 Chev SIO Tahoe V6. extended  cab, low mileage. $12,500. Alter 5  pm, 886-9574. ��37w  25.Campers & RVs  Peugeot 6 spd. bicycle, excellent  condilion. $150; internal fax/  modem, $50; external modem,  $50,886-3819. ��37c  FIREWOOD  Dry, seasoned or green. Call  Klaus, speak to my electric secretary. 885-0676 M7C  -<lar Pepplar sofa 8chak, $400;  iesserwlth mirror,'$50; cttest Bf  drawers, $25; crib maltiess, $10.  886-0957. ��7c  die  Two 100 Ib. propane bottles, $100  ea.; aluminum box rack lo lit S10  or S15 long box, $100.886-9558.  137c  250 gal oil tank (full), lower Gibsons. Swap for utHy trailer, yard-  work, w.h.y. 865-3433 ss  Grandfather clock from Germany,  oak, many features, beveled  glass. 886-6550. ss  Sesrs 9' garage door 4 opener  (new $1000) $550.685-0244.   88  5 rolls ot FAX papsr 81/2"x328",  1' core, $5.95 per roll. 886-2622.  tfns  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  lavourite photo. Pets, family,  Iriends, OW, $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box291, Gibsons, BCVON IVO.  Ph. allow 6-8 wks. tor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. P  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Green Onion Earth Station  LOGSTOLUMIU  PORTABIEBANDSAW  m SERVICE wu  COME TO YOUR PKttKIY  TOCUTYOURIOGS.  Brian 815-0270  QOOO HAY  $4.(XVBale Delivered  Garden Hutch Hay USO  Whole oataioe/lb  Call Between 1Mpm  966*57  MOVING?  Need boxes? Stop by the Coasl  News office in Gibsons, Monday  mornings altei 10:30 am.       Ifn  ATTENTION CAREGIVERS  Silk- nf Utile Cilmis  raiiiiy Daycare  I l-lllSlMKIII * tiiiriisli- Bote  soot. man. kmim-sptii  etiatsHcodHoBd,  GillSIHlS  SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE  HOLD FISH  ORNAMENTALS POND  136c  19 Appliances  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sales - Seivice ol reconditioned  msjor sppksnces A large selection md warranty. Bjorn 8BS-7897.  ���38w  New. in box, Brothers Electric  typewriter $100.886-3188.   ��38c  40 ft. trusses with 23 tt. garage.  512 pilch 8B6B201 MBc  Fiesh frozen blackberries. 885-  9734. __��  5 hp chipper / shredder, $400 obo.  885-3602   ss  Moving. 12 cu. It Ireezer, $200.  Leading Edge computer, all software, complete w/piinter. $1000  obo. blue couch J chair, 2 yrs old.  $600 obo. queen sire bedroom  suite. $600, barbeque, $100;  microwave$100 8850397  ��37w  FIREWOOO- TOP SOIL  Sand, gravels Reasonable rates  885-5070. Doug ��37*  SCREENED TOP SOIL  $16/yd Delivery available 885-  9666 __��  Hewlett-Packard User Jet printer,  new condition, hardly used. $600  Obo. 886-4586. ��8w  Molas - authentic ��� 10 al $50 each  Perfect lot Christmas, etc 886-  7214.  tins  Bathroom demo sale, $100 lakes  all 686-8522 ��6c  Mahogany bdrm sel. highboy, twin  beds, diesser, matuesses. box  spring; maple glider chair 6  ottoman; leak hutch. 885-7519.  ��37w  Full length beige raincoat, as new,  Size 12. 886-9346. ��37c  Full length winlei coal, indigo blue,  size 12.686-9346. ��37c  Machinist tools with chesL MM-  wrlght tools. 666-2431.     __*  Scooter Pacer Plus II, one owner,  new condilion, half price - on con-  signment. 886-3728. ��36w  Fiidge, $325; queen bedlrame,  $35; glass 6 brass showei stall,  $40.885-4624 aller 6.        *36c  Antique tractor, $350.865-2213.  136c  Wedding band 6 engagement  ring, appraised at $2400. 885-  2670.  I36C  Studs, l/j. 92 1/4*. $3 ea. 885-  9346 ��fc  Used Citation kilchen cupboards.  $1500 obo. 866-7978. ��36c  Eastern Canadian knotty pins  hutch, made in early '60s, 65" h,  36 1/2' w, 17' deep. $225 firm.  685-0506. ��36c  BODYWORK*  LIGHT WELDtNQ  Save the high cost. I wi best any  written estimate on the Coasl.  PROFESSIONAL POWER  POLISHING AVAILABLE  For into, 8854531- W7*  BYPASS  TRUCK  I EQUIPMENT \  AUTO RECYCLERS  TOWMO  SCRAP REMOVAL  M   806-3880  fcczzzzzs  J   UNLIMITED    ,  '.FREE KM$;  ���    SKOOKUM    '  !    CHRYSLER    ',  Rental Cars   |  886-3493  1962   '82 Volvo station wagon, 5 spd.,  new exhausl system. Runs good.  $1500.8868096. ss  '82 Renault 5, runs well, needs  W0fk,$3Q0ot)O.665-4571.   ��37w  ���82 Plymoirth Reliant (2 cars), running cond., $400 obo. 685-7897,,  '62 Ford Muslang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. suto. Very good condition.  $2500. Cal 6864366. 88  82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, biakes, $3100.886-8032.  SS  '82 Plymouth Rsliants (2 cars).  running cond., $400 obo 885-7897  Bjorn       ��38w  1984   '84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std., 1 owner, exc. cond. $3495  lirm. Call 885-3943 and leave  message.      ss  84 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/1.  a/c, +exlrS8, $2950,685-9648  88  1816   '85 Pontiac Sunbiid, stsndsrd  transmission, good mechsnlcal  condition. $1500 obo. 6364200.  138c  '85 Pony, excetent work car, runs  well. $1300. Phone 885-9528.  I37W  1868  1993  CLEAROUTI Used lires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  985-7167 ss  1 Propane tank, mixer and converter  lor small pick-up, $300 obo. 885-  3557. ��37d  'SOS   '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor,  rebuilt, $1500.885-5467.        ss  '70s  '70 VW van, luns S moves, for  . parts. $300 obo. 886-8757.   138c  Jeep J10 later 70s powertrain and  wheels for sale. John 685-4098.  ��37c  75 Dodge propane 4X4, new cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $4995.665-7518. ss  76 Fold Rsngsr 4x4, 1/2 Ion  camper special, exc. cond. $3600.  ss  1982 8 It. Frontier camper, furnace, Iridge, stove, elc. $2200.  886-7951. W6C  1987 deluxe 35II. Travelee 5th  wheel. Extendable LR, 3 appl.,  large awning, add-on screened  room. $26,500.885-2056.    *38c  1961 Chev 3/4 ton p/u and  camper. New trani, tires, windshield and biakes. 885-2347.136c  Must sell: 14 ft. travel trailer. 1400  kg. piopane heat, stove. $800.  8866248. __*  1972 Fold 302 poptop, heater,  sink, fridge, $2,500.886-7400.  ��37w  1977 Triple E Class A motorhome,  25 tt., exc. cond., $15,500 firm.  685-2808. M6w  28 ft. Komlort Travel Trailer.  Fridge, stove, bathroom, shower.  Big enough to live in. $2500 obo.  885-2213. *36w  1977 Nomad 20 1/2 tool travel  trailer, 3 way fridge, stabilizer  bars, good condilion. as is $2500.  886-2504    to  1981 Chev 350 campei van.  Fridge / slove / heater all propane.  Unique lold out side bedroom lo  queen size. Rear curtained potty.  One ola kind. $10,500 eves. 886-  2155. ��36��  171/2 loot alum, boal, lull canvas,  70 hp /15 hp wilh trailer. $3750.  886-0081.  M8C  18 It. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Mer-  cruise, trailer, lots ot extras. $5900  obo. Will considei smaller boat in  trade 883-9856 ��8c  19' libretorm hardtop, 165 Merc  l/o, VHF, CB, sounder, baitbag,  timer, trimtabs, auto pump. $6000.  B83-9923. SS  Canoe: 16 ft. cheslnul paddles,  sail, lee boards. Good condition.  $850.885-5856. *37c  Mobile Boat  Repair 5ervice  Hull repairs, electrical,  mechanical, interior work.  26 ft. Chris Craft, slsndup head,  galley, Ige. V-berth, 2 yis. old, 350  Chev Crusader i/b. V-drhre new  prop - All mahogany, compl  top/bottom done over, VHF, deplh  sounder, asking, Sio.oou, 8 mos  moorage left al Secret Cove Mark  na. 865-2771 JS  Propellor only lor Meicury OB 19  pilch. 886-9346. ��37c  End ol season bargain: Campion  210,19 ft. 6" x 8 fl. 0" fibreglass  wfteak trim. Maintained to highest  standard. Complete w/pllmp toM,'_.;~  galley pack, fully equipped lor fishing. Yamaha 150 hp o/b power.  $11,500,885-2940. ��37c  Fi-usU fivei-beoi-ing  Stfawbaiylee  U-Pick  $1.LX>lb  ii|H-iiWnl A weekends  8873 Maaon Rd. 88S3S08  1923 Model T, 350 LT-1 dual  tours, tunnel ram, ax-show, very  fast, head turner. $12,000 obo or  pt. pyment. on boat suitable lor  charter. 886-7704. ss  '86 Chev stn. wgn, running cond..  $3,200 Obo. 885-0641 *37c  66 Camaro Z28, new Mop, new  comp TA ��� tlrea, Iroe rima,  brakes, pslnt, stsrter, hsstsr  core - new business requires  truck, must sell. $6000. 616-  3562. ,36c  3/4ton pickup Ford Super Cab  wilh canopy I box liner. $1750  obo. 886-0061. _*Mc  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tkes, tuft box. Good cond. $2600  obo. 866-4650       ss  78 Dodge p/u, 6 cyl. auto, canopy,  runs great, economical. $900 obo.  6654708.        ��38c  '78 GMC van, 8 cyl., short wheel  base. Good tunning order. $1500.  685-5461.      H��  '79 Landcruisei, diesel, 8000 Ib.  wsrn winch, wsrn hubs, new  exhausl, $6500 obo 886-7600. ss  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  suto., looks snd runs excellent,  $4995 ObO. 886-7099. SS  1981   '61 International 5 Ion. propane,  mechanically certified. Besl offer  or Irade for smaller truck. 885-  35M *  \W   '62 GMC High Sierra. 300 k on  rebuilt trans. Need brake/body  woik. loc. in SecheH. $750 obo. 1-  874-7961. ���"*  1978 Frontier 18 1/2 It., good  cond.. sleeps 4 comfortably,  $7,600.685-9909. ��36c  Travel trailer by Terry. Spacious,  full kit. balh, sleeps 8. Immaculate  cond. Phone 685-4048 eves for  viewing. Priced lo sen. ss  17 tt travel trailer: Iridge, slove,  turn., shower, etc. $2000 obo.  883-9450 eves W*  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  lull bathroom, stove, Iridge, lur-  nace. Sleeps 6 $3950.885-3998  SS  1973 Custom Coach 23 It. travel  trailer Add on w/wood heeter.  $1500 obo. Wilson Creek Camp  Ground. 885-4068. ��3��w  20 ft. Frontisr, shower, toilet,  stove, tumace, Iridge, sl woiking.  Re-cond. engine $7000 obo. Can  be seen al 163, Wilson Crk. RV  Psik      ss  1972 Airstream land yacht. 28',  new bedding (highest qualily foam  topped with a 2" Futon mattress).  New carpel and lino Needs new  rear window, so asking only $4400  obo Annie 886-4973 tfns  SECHELT MARINE]  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  MCMMC MNAM5  MABYC  ��Moiine  Surveyou and Consultants  885j3��43  6* l/g 4 wood boat w/iekable Johnson 3 hp. First $250 takes. 886-  9145 !__*  'Good Buy* Avon inflatable boat,  111/2 It. J Honda o/t> motor. 7 1/2  hp, newly serviced. $2300 obo.  685-7717. M6c  Compact 21 It. l/g sailboat, sleeps  4, marine head, 6 hp Merc, $3700  obo. 683-2015. ��6c  14 1/2 It. KSC runabout, 65 hp  Evinrude, E-Z load trailer, c/w fish  finder, rod holders, paddles, 2 gas  tanks. Moving, must sell. $1900  obo. 8864666. ��36c  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6. clean and  good cond 665-2100 ss  1990 dlx. 24' molorhome A-1 condition 866-9025. ss  Ikea baby highchair. $30; 2 child's  cai seats. $35 ea Alkot love sssl,  $20. change table. $45; 2 strollers,  $40 ea baby monitor. $30; baby  backpack, $25; girl's 12 in. bike,  $20; Iwo Michelin 175-14 winter  radial lires on rims, $l00/pr.;  men's large Warden diy diving  suit, used iox, $200; Kenmore  wssher/spin dryer, $100: Norco  bike rack, as new, $25; oak self-  contained sewing cabinet, $400  (all items obo), 885-3596.    ��36c  17 bundles blsck interlock shingles, all lor $150 or $10 each.  885-7977 eves. #36c  77 Chev 3/4 Ion p/u 8 11 tt.  campei, $1000; 18 tt. Roadway  travel trailer. $550; Troll Gurdies,  $200; 40 tl. steel lamposl, $300.  885-8869 ��36c  Mate's bed, 3 drawers, mattress,  headboard 6 night table, $175 obo  for set 886 3279 afler 3 pm 136c  COLLECTORS  '67 Mustang Coupa, Maroon,  beige vinyl roof and interior. 269  V8/VT, P/S, eonsol, 54.000 orig. 1  owner miles. Utils rust. $8800 or  will trade (Of 16-21 It. O/B runabout 885403V M8w  ���68 Firetird. big block 400 Munci��  spd ml Hurst shifter. Estons Limited slip rearend $2000 obo 886-  3349 ss  72 Mercedes 220 D.L. aulo, runs  well, needs shocks. $1350. 883-  2701      mm  73 Supsr Beetle, $2500 obo.  683-9234. _ss  75 green Hornet stn. wagon, $800  firm, 8860272. ��?*  75 Camaro 350, auto, air, runs  great, $600.685-7716.        t37c   1978   78 OUs Ninety-eight, runs excellent, big engine, no rust, nice interior, new tires. Must sell. $850  obo 685 3532. Wfc  '86 Olds Ciers Brougham, loaded  pks disc player.$5795.866-7150.  ss  1967   '67 Dodge Omni, 94.000 km. good  cond, no nist. $1700 665-5102 ss  1988   '88 Chev Eurosport wagon. 5 spd,  108,000 kms, a/c, am/fm cass..  one owner. Exc. shape. $5900.  685-3727 ss  88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/ak. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  686-7854 sit. 5:30pm. ss  '88 Nisssn Ssntrs 5 sp.. red.  AM/FM cass deck, new Iront tires,  exc. cond., $4900 obo. 8664837  ss  '88 Ford Aarostsr 7 passenger,  new transmission, brakes, luel  pump. Bras, exhaust, tune-up, low  mileage, exc. cond. Moving - must  sell'$8500.886-0909.        ��38w  1964  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  886-8204 ��  ���84 SIO Blazer 4x4 Tahoe pkg,  low mileage chip guarded, exc  cond Moving, musl sell. $5500  686-4688   W*  1965   '85 GMC 3/4 ton p/u w/canopy, lul  trailer hookup. 51.000 mi. $6500.  883-927^ Wc  '85 Ford F150 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd.  cond., $8900.865-0109. ss  85 Nissan Ext. Cab P/U, 5 spd.,  good cond, $1950.886-3642.  ss  1966   B8 Chev 1/2 Ion p/u, 305 auto,  p/s. p/b, Iill, $5995 ObO. 685-0512  alter 5 pm 663-9848. ss  1969   ���89 Jeep Pioneer 4x4, black, CD,  p/w, p/s, c/conl. $13,500, 883-  2722. ,3(i*  1990 25 hp Johnson t tank w/new  spare prop 1 manual, exc. cond..  $1500 obo; lish-on swivel lold  down sesl, $45; anchor roller  1949 34 tt. Monk diesel cabin  cruiser. A veiy economical boal in  excellent woiking order. $25,000.  686-2738 ss  2 person libreglass kayak, all  equipped, good cond. $2400.885-  7645        ss  22' Heevy lg Davidson double  ender. Single cylinder Faryman  diesel. $9500 firm. 885-9068    ss  41' housebost. Fridge, slove.  showei, holding tank, bedroom,  dressing room. $7500 obo. Ph  eves. 886-9014 ss  12' aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b  motor. $1600 firm 886-9049    ss  22 1/2 II Double Eagle CB  350/280 bsitbsg VHF sounder.  $23,000 665-3448 ss  (nsw), $6o! Brisn, 885-0876 or New trailer. 3000 Ib csp. $2500.  8854660 ��Mc 885-0621 ��  Boal trailer wanted tor 17II. surf Wsntsd: Clsssic woodsn run-  Whaler 865-7594.            #38w BbOll. 686-2738.    ss  16' KtC w/lrailer, 50 Merc, larp,  soundei, $5500 obo. 886-3036.  ���38w  25x50 fl. boat house tor sale. Will  house 45 ft. boat. Location Dukes  Marina. Secret Cove. $26,000  ObO. Bus. 886-1455. Res. 572-  428* ��8w  14.4 ft. Customcraft. ski pilon. lop.  50 Meic, new in '91, autoblend;  new battery, impeller; trailer;  extras. All lor $3500. View st Cot-  Hell's Marine. Gibsons.       ��38c  16 ft. Sangsler, 90 hp Merc, Seagull Kicker. 3.5 hp, gaN. Road Runner trailer, exc. cond. $6500.866-  9447 after 6 pm. ��38c  19 It Campion hard top, cuddy  cabin, lull canvas. Powered by  696 Mercruiser Iresh waler cooled  5 litre V8/198 HP. Very low hours,  used mostly lw mooching. Perfect  cond.. clean inside 6 out. $9500  obo. 885-5025 ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built lo  suit 683-2610 or 883-9290.      ss  IB ft. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O. boat.  Tandem axle trailer. $3800. 883-  2297. ss  22' Bell Buoy rebuill 302 and Meic  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF, lishhndei, trailer.  $12,000. Will consider part trade.  8654019. ss  1  ��� 18  Coast News, September 5, 1994  26. Marine ��28. Motorcycles j For Rent For Rent  I  Gibsons Langdale  I  Gibsons i n���  24' woik / pleasure boat, f/g on  wood, exc cond., zero hours on  rebuilt 318, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp molor.  $790 Q. 883-2990. ss  25 ft. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suit. 863-2610 Ol 883-9290.      ss  Foiced to sell, luxurious libreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 ft.  of craftmanship, world traveller.  Fiidge. stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, freezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, great galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, wealh-  er lax, FM and ham radios,  inboaid computers and much  more. Great condition, will considei leal estate trade $210000  Herb Craig 886-2277 ss  27' Concorde l.g cabin cruiser  318 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF. CB.  sounder, compass, sleeps 4  Excellent condition Ready to  cruse $17800 8867240        SS  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Eviniudes Excellent condition.  Lowes Resort, 883-2456.       ��n  27. Mobile Homes  Pad lor rent tor single wide nailer  886-2667. #38c  2 bdrm mobile, 12x70, l/s, w/d.  deck 8 workshop. Oil heat. >4,  1416 North Rd. 886-9581.     #37c  12x70 1973 Leader. 2 decks,  appliances? $19,500. 885-0225  eves. ss  1971 Lamplighter. 14'x60', 2 bdrm  w/2 extra rooms added. Carpeted,  good cond.. 4 appl. $24,500 at  Sundance Park. 966-0459.      ss  1979 Honda CX500, Shalt driven,  walei cooled, saddle bags and  windshield, new tires, exc shape  $875 000.863-2172. ��36w  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20.000 km  $3,500.886-4616 aft. 7 pm.     ss  1984 Honda 750 Nighthawk Exc.  lunning cond��� $1900. 886-7813  days. ��38w  29. Wanted to Rent  Watertront cottage between Davis  Bay and Gibsons for professional  couple. No kids, no pels, non-  smokers. Rent nol to exceed  S750 mo Refs. available. 886-  3683 '38c  Gibsons aera. Working woman  with dog needs small cottage or  suite lor October Reasonable  rent 886-9531. #38w  Young local lemale prolessional,  quiet, responsible and conscientious, seeking to housesil.'iem  your Rbts Ck home throughout  winter Refs avail. B85-2573 #38w  Long lease 3 bdrm suite, ocean  view between Sechelt 6 Egmont,  by senior couple Seclusion prelerred 956-2272 #38c  Responsible couple wrtwo matuie  sons would like lo rent 3 bdrm  house, possibly acreage ASAP.  536-3770 collect. #36w  Responsible couple w/one child  and small dog seeks dean rural 3  bdrm home, Sechell and area.  N/S. n/d, exc. rels. Please call collect (403) 2355895 eves     #36w  Couple seekng 3 bdrm {or 2 bdrm  ���I house to lease by Oct/Nov. 1.  Acreage, privacy 6 reas. renl  would be nice. 686-2576     #37w  31. For Rent  1 1/2 yr I4'x7ff mobile in Ike-Ion  Park.12'x14' workshop, 16'x24'  carport. I4'x36' sundeck, 76x132'  landscaped lol. $67,900. Must HOUSES  see. 8854194 _ss Two bdrm house, view, w/w/d, t/p.  cenlral Gibsons. $750 plus uti.  28. Motorcycles  WANTED: Used back tire foi CR.  size 4.60-18, hub 6 everything.  863-9018. #37c  POWERHOUSE MOTORCYCLES  1990 GSXR 1100 $5100  1960 CB750 Custom $800  1984 GS 750 ES $1700  1965 CV80 $600  1945 FIELD RD  885-3137  -"'��� u Ifn  Looking for parts lor Honda CB  JUT, IIM OaliHIIillili   Lower Village 2 bdrm house, ml  w/d, property is zoned com mer-  cial so has varied applications are  possible. Current residential rent  at $650 plus utilities.  Cenlral Gibsons, 2 bdrm house,  $650/mo plus util.  APARTMENTS  Two - three bedroom apis rent  includes heal 6 hoi waler $650 8  $675. no pets.  GRANT REALTY LTD.   6684330  ��36w  Avail. Oct. 1, cenlral Gibsons, 2  bdrm main Iloor ol house, n/s,  $675/mo. Rets. B78-9370.    #38c  1 bdrm. basement suits. Level  entry Granlhams Landing, minutes  to beach and terry, on bus route.  Appl. 4 hydro incl., S500/mo. Refs.  ieq. Avail. Oct. 1 or possibly sooner 8860692 no calls after Spm.  ���38w  3 bdim. W/F house, Gowei Pt.  Rd, avail. Ocl. 1. $B50/mo. 1-721-  1906 eves. ��38w  Bnghl new 1 bdrm. suite, sell-contained, lull kitchen, lull bath,  shared laundry, lovely quiet area.  Close to marina, bus route. Suit  piofessional single or couple.  Good rels. a musl. Avail. Ocl. 1,  $500/mo. plus utils. 886-4620 after  Gem. ��38w  2 bdrm. apt. cenlral Gibsons.  Hydro and cable not included, skylight, newly painted, $595/mo.  886-7018. ttn  Cenlral Gibsons, lumished, bnghl,  spacious, 1 bdrm. basement suite,  avail, immed.. $450/mo. 666-2684  or 574-4040. ��36*  New 2 bdrm condo, near all services and school. Ocean view, 3  appl. immediate possession.  $650/mo. 886-2247, 1-255-0651  collect. 138c  3 bdim upper floor, close lo msll,  quiet, some view, sunny, svail.  immed $675/mo 886-3307  136c  Langdale cottage. Spectacular  view. Walk to ferry 8 beach. W/D.  $550/mo util Ind. 886-0158, 669-  5797. MOW  Avail. Sept. 1. Lower Gibsons, 2  bdrm suile wih view, 4 appl., rVp.  $650/mo. 596-1669. #37w  Walerview, 3 bdrm, 2 balh, eat-In  kitchen, 5 appl., laundry, garage (3  yr. old duplex). $875/mo. 298-  5215. #37w  Basement suite, view ol Qibsons  Hsrbour; n/s, n/p, new carpets,  one large bdrm, gas l/p, heat 8  light ind. $650/mo. 686-7037.  ��37w  RV s��e for rem, Sept. 1. $150/mo.  �� uti. Quiet area, near North Rd.  983-3185 lv. message.        ��37w  3 bdrm house beside park. View, 5  appl. Avail. Sept. 1$850/mo. 886-  0938. ��37w  Attractive new 2 bdrm, lower Gfcsons, near beach, w/d, vacuum,  n/p. Avail. Sept. 1.$85Wmo. Refs.  263-5667. #37w  2 bdrm mobile 12>70, f/s, w/d,  deck 6 workshop. Oil heal: 14,  1416 North Rd. 8826/no. 888-  9581. 137c  Watertront available yeai-round,  Hopkins Landing. 2 bdrm., 2 bath,  family room, newer kitchen, skylights. 5 appls., covered deck, carport, garden. Ind. cable, $800/mo.  866-4044, #3Sw  2 bdrm bsmt suite, l/p, w/d, slove,  Iridge, $695/mo. 8 utll. 686-7738  al"r 6.      ��37c  Granthams 2 bdrm watertront cottage, avail. Sepl. 15. - June 15  $550/mo. 886-7034 hi. mess. #37c  Large 1 bdrm suite Incl. small  spare room, cosy, clean, convenient location Rels. req'd  $400/mo. 886-9326. #37c  2 bdrm bungalow. Watertront.  near Langdale Terminal. F/P, electric heat, fully furnished (ind. appl.  dishes, bedding, etc.). Suitable lor  couple. Avail. Sepl. 1/94 - June  30/95. Renl $650/mo. ��� ulil.  Please phone 886-2089.      #37c  Qood tenants wantsd lor large 2  bdrm ground floor like new. Wslk  lo schools $ shopping. Quiet.  yard, parking, w/d. $595/mo *  hydro. Avail. Sepl. 1.6860682  . v-       ��36w  1 bdrm apt. rural selling. Hydro,  csble included. $550/mo. 686-  6001, Thurs. lo Sundsy, 8 -10  am. ntw  Duplex. 3 level, 2 bdrm, 2 balh,  d/w, w/d, vltw. amine,. Sept. 7.  886-9543. #36*  New 26x81 bdrm travel trailer on  private property. North Rd. 8  Chamberlin. N/S. N/P. $380/mo ��  utilities. 686-9625. #36w  2 bdrm. bssement suile. Vfew,  quiet, walk to lerry. Own entrance  4 deck. $575/mo.t utils. N/P. N/S.  886-7490. #38*  The Westport 1 8 2 bdrm. view  apts., opposite Gibsons Marina.  Privale patio. Lovely view. Quiel 6  secure, new building, laundry.  S590-S750 886-3420. ��38w  3 bdrm. duplex, appliances, central location, $600/mo. 886-7712  eves. #38*  1 bdrm. apt. avail, as ol Oct. 1.  Vary special w/4 new appliances.  Seduded, waterfront, 5 mln. from  Langdale ferry, $650/mo. all utils  Ud. 886-9025. #38*  1 8 2 bdrm spts. $440 6 $480.  Call Dean at 866-6073.       #39*  1 bdrm suite, newly decorated,  Sepl. 1, $450/mo, n/s, n/p. Quiet  area, Read Rd. 888-7261.    136c  Avail. Sepl. 1, upper Iloor of  Immaculate house, near marina,  lower Qibsons. Rental includes 3.  large bdrms, 4 appl. N/P. Walk to  al amentias. $775/mo. + utilities..  8862095. f36o  3 bdrm upper floor. N/S preferred.  Near Cedar Grove. $800/mo. 886-  B448. #36c  Free standing bachelor suile on a  laige property w/exc. view 6  beach, one mile Irom the ferry terminal. $475/mo. incl. electricity.  686-2738. ��36c  Waterlront condo, ground Iloor.  Garden palio on Ihe seawalk, 2  bdrms. 2 lull baths, like new, N/P,  $950/mo. 857-9770. #38*  Charming 2 bdrm. view house on  Seaview Rd., Gibsons. Avail.  Sept. $750/mo. Call Tom 985-  2564. #38*  Avail. Oct. 1. central Qibsons. Furnished bachelor suite, N/S, N/P,  ulils incl. Refs req. $425.mo. 886-  4662. ��36w  For Renl  Roberts Creek  2 bdrm lurnished cottage, weekly  or monthly. Roberts Cieek. 665-  9297. ��37w  For Rent  Sechell & district  |A  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  AAQ YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOC* TON  These ads appear in more then 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more lhan 3 million readers.  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Oct. 1.  $675/mo. plus 2/3 ulils. Refs. 885-  3772. ��38w  3 bdrm. house, overlooking Trail  Isl., hot tub, W/D included. Refs.,  Avail. Sepl. 15 or 30, $875/mo.  865-5143. #38w  3 bdrm ��� den lownhouse, fabulous  view, adult oriented, avail, immed.  $800/1110.8856380. #38c  Small w/l home In village. Suit 1 -  2 persons, n/s, n/p, $800/mo. 1-  261-4331. #37w  New one bdrm suite, n/s, n/p,  avail. Immed., $500/mo. includes  util. 685-2432. ��37w  Large ground level suite avail. Oct.  1.2 bdrm, 5 appl., suitable lor  quiet couple. N/P. N/S. $5B5/mo.t  1/2 ulil. Open house Tues., 7:30-9  pm, Sat. 10 - noon. 685-2995,  5603 Wakefield Rd. #37w  1 bdim w/l self-contained apartment, avail. Oct. I. N/S. N/P.  $400/mo. ��� share ulil., w/d. 885-  0606. I37w  Immaculate 2 bdrm rancher In  West SecheH. All appl. incl. w/d.  5825/mo. Sept. 1. Call Diane to  view 886-2670. 137c  WateikuiS home, 3 bdrm., 2 balh,  fum. if desired, 6 appl, Oct 1-May  31, $850/mo., exc. rels. req.885-  2842 or 736-3638 ��38w  2 bdrm. watertront home in Davis  Bay, $775/mo. Rels. rsq. Mr.  Vaughan 865-1986. I38w  View home, Sandy Hook, 2 bdrm  8 loft, 2 bath, n/s, n/p, rats.  $800/mo. 274-2840. #37c  Bright above ground bsmt sule. 1  bdrm, private enhance, cable,  shared laundry, utll. Incl. Avail.  Sept. 15. $425/mo. Preler quiet  n/s single peison. 885-3391. #36w  Sandy Hook. New waterlront  homa, sandy beach, 3 bdrms, 2  full baths, appliances. N/S. N/P.  AvaH. Sept. 1-June 30. $975/mo.  tubWes. 1-2663419.       ��36w  WILSON CREEK  2 bdrm mobile home, w/d, Cedars  Trailer Court. 885-3313.      136c  2 bdrm msin floor ol house, IR,  OR, 3 appl.. use of w/d, carport.  Security deposit. $750/mo. * 2/3  hydro. Aval, immed. 885-3165.  new  3 bdrm ��� den townhouse, view,  adult oriented. $850/mo. 865-  3651,8856380. 136c  Watertront house, 3 bdrms, avail.  Sept. 1,$900/mo.�� util 865-5376,  after Sept. 1.1-733-3888     ��36c  MADEIRA PARK  1 bdrm suite. $360/mo. 885-8895.  ���36c  Inlet Wear Quest House. Furnished, eccommodates 6. Daily.  weekly rentals. 865-4490     136c  Hallmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  Redrooffs Rd, waterfront, beautiful sunsets, 2300 sq. It. 3 - 4  bdrms. 3 baths, l/p In master bedroom, large carport, 5 appl. Summer moorage. Pels nag., n/s.  $1100/mo. 885-0778. 138c  1 bdrm. W/F home, privscy 6  acreage, from Sept. 12 lo Dec. 12.  $950/mo. pka utils Refs req. 883-  2820. *36w  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm fum. town-  house, 6 appl, n/p, avail.  $650/mo. 594-9310. #38c  1 bdrm suite, $425/md. includes  heat. AvaH. immed. 883-2825.  ��38c  Madeira Park, 3 bdrm home, 5  appl.$750/mo 2780896.     138c  Waterfront, 1 bdim. cabin, l/s,  laundry, elect, heal. aval. Sept. 1.  $400/mo. ��� deposit B839446  Kim  Halfmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  Charming 1 bdim pt/tutn. w/l collage, lovely swimming beach,  huge brighl loft for extra bdrm /  study, n/s, n/p, $600/mo. t ulil.  Sept. - June. Suitable lor responsible, quiel prol. or couple. 885-  1912. ��37c  1 and 2 bdrm condos, turn., l/p  and view. Secret Cove. 8856831.  #37c  2 bdrm. trailer on private, sunny lot  near all amenities, $425/mo. 885-  4514. *38w  Gunboat Bay. 3 bdrm, dock, w/d,  $900/mo. lease. 685-7426 or 687-  7828. #37c  Waterlront, Redroolls Rd. 3  bdrms, 3 bslhs, 2 f/p's $noo/mo.  Avail. Oct. 1. Rels. required. 885-  7499. #36w  3 bdrm waterfront house, Garden  Bay. Garage, turnished, mooiage.  Avail. Oct. 1. Rels. $825/mo 883-  6889. #36w  Furnished 3 bdrm, wsterlronl  home (1/2 sere park-like). N/S,  refs. $850/mo. * ulil. Sept July  (poss. long-term). 885-5733 or  2944033. #36c  Gorgeous Halfmoon Bay w/l. coty  1 bdrm house, furn., fireplace,  dock 8 sheltered moorage. Oct. 1  ��� June 1, $500/mo. ��� ulil.N/P 885-  2681,9446194,8416283.   #36c  2 bdrm apt., magic view, s/l, laundry, sundeck, n/s, no pels.  $660/mo. incl. hydro. 883-1122  Robi. #36c  Vacation Rental - 4 bdrm. executive home wilh waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot lub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $850/week. 885-5157. SS  31. For Renl  2 bdrm older waterfront, Seima  Park. $650.  4 bdrm furnished Redrooffs. Lease  $800.  2 bdrm lurnished, Tuwanek. $700.  4 bdrm lurnished, lease, Norwest  Bay Rd.. $900  2 bdrm suite, Cowrie, $650.  4 bdrm older waterlront, Seima  Park, $750  Small waterfront Redroolls, lease,  lurnished, $500.  COMMERCIAL  1900 square loot workshop,  power, hoist, compressor, Sechelt,  $800.  SUSSEX REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGMENT  DAVE AUSTIN 685-3295  32. Commercial  For Rent  Store space, 1420 sq. It., avail.  Oct. I, 5639 Cowrie St., Sechell.  885-9067. ��37w  Oyer 1500 sq ft store front located  in busy small plaza oft Hwy 101.  Exc. for business oflice. Long lerm  lease avail. Newly renovated. Call  Marie or Glen at 886-7018 or  Lome collect 7376081 tin  300 sq fl office space for rent in  professional building in Gibsons,  on 800 block of Sunshine Coast  Hwy. Available immed. For further  information contact B85-5736   tfn  Retail/Office space downtown  Sechet, approx. 5000 sq. ft., main  floor. Call Marg at NRS Sechell  Realty Ud. for details, 885-2235tfn  Oceanview turnished olfice avail.  hr rent by the day or open to special requirements. Located in  friendly, relaxed Prolessional  Building in Gibsons Landing. Full  secretarial seivices 6 receptionist  avail. Call 866-3320 or lax 886-  3270 tin  GIBSONS LANDING  721 MM HA  K0sq.fl  Commercial space available  Ocl 1st. Can be used as  offices or medical purposes  Very reasonable rates  189-3007  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hall available. Wheelchair lacilities. 885-  27521x685-9863. tin  Roberts Creek Hal, aval, dances,  parties, waddings. Yvonne 888-  7815. tin  1100 sq. fl. industrial/commercial  lor lease, Wilson Creek. No triple  net.  1022 Sq It. retail/office space.  Sechell. Lease hold Improvements  negotiable.  NRS SecheH Realty Ud.  Experienced bank teller req'd lor  casual on-call reliel posilion.  Experience with cash essential.  Bookkeeper's assislant with computer experience in dala entry.  Call Sunshine Coast Employment  Agency, 883-2162. tin  F/T excellent paying bartender/  floor stall positions available now.  Bring your resume lo: Diversified  Office Services, 202-5606 Wharf  Rd., Sechelt, between 1 and 3 pm  and we will arrange inlerviews  immediately. 885-5212.      ��36c  Elphie's Cabaret is looking lor a  DJ. See Chris at Elphie's, Wed. lo  Sat.,8to9pm. Ifn  Dr. Berger's office in Sechell has a  lull time position available lor an  energetic, enthusiastic certilied  dental assistant. Ortho module  prelerred. Send resume to Box  1100, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. MBc  Vancouver manufaciurer wishes to  relocate production lo Coasl. Interested in connecting wilh seamstresses with power machine and  leather product experience. Lonsdale Leather Crafts, 985-2298.  ��38c  KNIT WITS DESIGNS now hiring  experienced INTARSIA knitters.  Call 8866904 for appl. Bring sample of work for 1st interview. *38w  Gramma's Pub has openings for  floor staff. Knowledge of 'Squirrel'  an asset. Apply wilh resume lo  Michele at Gramma's Pub, Wed ���  Sat. days. No phone calls please.  ��38w  I needtielii.siiiuodingjaiy.JSjL.  old debt-free business, tyoM>d/  positive bilingual Individuals.  Spanish, European languages,  Korean, Cantonese. Mrs. Young,  tolllree, 1-9786244. #37w  Volunteers Needed  Community Kitchens is looking for  an assistsnl to help organize a  monthly communal cooking session and to plan and publicize the  program. ��� Volunteers are needed  lor a program lhal provides services lo victims snd witnesses ol  crime. Full training and support  provided.' The Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is looking for seniors  who are interested in learning how  to give educational sessions to  students at local schools.' A  lemale 'buddy' who loves music  and choir is needed to accompany  a woman to shows in Sechelt. *  Assistants interested in youth a:e  needed for the Gibsons Youth  Centre some evenings or weekends. Conlact the Sunshine Coasl  Volunteer and Information Cenlre  885-5861. ��36w  EXPERIENCED COUNSELLOR.  MA/MSW oi equiv. For group  practice. Katherine 886-7045. ��37c  Lino layer needed lor new kilchen  floor. Reasonable, pleasel 886-  3113. I36w  INSURANCE  Level I or II licence with personal  lines. Autoplan 6 computer experience. Contact Dorothy Lupel, Sunshine Cosst Insurance Agencies  Ud., Trail Bay Mall 885-2291.  ���37c  34. Help Wanted  Growing Sunshine Coasl business  requires a purchasing clerk. Would  be responsible lor all ordering,  answering phones and customer  seivice. Musi have good organizational skills. Must be able to work  under pressure and work well with  others. Musl be able lo compie-  hend and retain inlormation. Part  time lo start may work into lull  time. Please send written resume  to S48 C6 RR ��2, Gibsons, BC  VON IVO. '35c  Busy Sechell restaurant seeking  matuie, reliable breakfast cook.  Hours will be 7 am - noon, Sunday  to Wed. Call Kim, 886-0027  between noon & 8 pm.        ��36w  Delivery drivei needed. Musl be  energetic, motivated and willing to  work long hours. Must be 19 years  ol age and live In Ihe Sechelt area.  886-6005,686-0951. *36w  Now hiring p/t, l/l, Apply wilh  resume to Subway, Gibsons. '36c  Caretaker w/energy, skills 6 vision  lo clean up and restore old w/l  homestead. Reply lo Box T c/o  Coasl News, Box 68. Sechelt VON  SAO, ��36c  S.C. COMPUTER COLLEGE  Improve job opportunities,  Increase confidence 6 skills for  competitive Job markets. Register  lor our adull courses. We make it  easieil 885-3386. 1136c  In search ol expeiienced prawn  fisherman lo run 36 ft. prawn boal.  866-7484 #41C  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call fcr  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2360  ext. A74. Ifn  35. Business and  Home Services  Carpenter wilh experience In all  Irades. All phases dl construction  or renovation including: lences,  decks, painting. All calls promptly  relumed. Guaranteed. 866-0044,  Robed. #36c  HORIZON  Pll IKI STOVES  No -mokr, No Cliimnry!  llralrr fur Jam-Mnwii  Knun.fiii.. T,ih|ii-.l  Airnl  CAM. 8S5-SIS3  Carpel installation and repairs.  683-9757. #38c  BUILT RIGHT  Fences and decks  Free estimates, seniors discount  8862298 #36c  DRYWALL-RENOVATIONS  Ind painting'RtSidMftitil'WWi- i  Sieicial Free esMialfes 685- I  2054, Brian. #38c  Look up! Aie your ceilings dirty?  Donl painl or replace your tile. I  specialize in cleaning stipple and  T bar ceilings. For Iree estimales  call 884-5263. #37w  VERSATILE TRACTOR Co.  * Excavator  * Bobcat wilh Landscape Rake  * Fencing & Landscaping  ���M      Dan Plows  OJfo 886-2485  m  MJJ SIDING  Vinyl and cedar exteriors, soffits. 6  lascia. Fred Cocker. 885-6065.  cell 1-680-1580. Un  FREE ESTIMATES  For all your sandblasting and  painting needs, Coast Abrasive  Blasting 863-9829 #37c  3-1   Help Wanted       I 34. Help Wanted  LOOKING FOR NEW  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES?  VILLAGE OFFICE EXTENSION  mulct our offia your ojjtu  Full Secretarial  Services  /liisii'f rinti Seniict.  Word Proctsntng,  Bookteping, Public Fax,  Photocopying & mort...  All work handled by  Village Off in- Extension  Is guaranteed confidential.  The servlcet performed  In our office are kept on  file for your convenience,  or we can send you one  of our Insured temporary  staff to assist or relieve  In your office.  We're Brfu fl phont roll ouyiy...  721 Winn Rd., Qlbaona  886-3320  The Working in Trades Program  Starts October 11,1994  This 37 week program is designed to  provide participants with the  opportunity to learn specific  occupational trade skills.This is  achieved through a combination of  classroom I shop training and on the  job experience.  INTERESTED?  An orientation session that will  thoroughly explain the program will be held  Tuesday September 13 at 7pm  1019 Venture Way, Gibsons  To register call  886-3B07  Custom designed inlerior / estenor  additions, slsircases, decks,  lences. etc Quality workmanship  guaranteed  Big ..Smalls Wooden ware  66M1M  ���36*  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yaid clean up. elc. Will remove  whatever haunts you Quick, courteous service. 885-4604.     #36w  BOB'S PAINTING  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed Free estimales  Bob, 685-4604. 136*  Journeyman with 15 yrs. enperi-  ence available lor all aspects ol  carpenlry. framing, renovations,  additions & finishing. Also, avail:  framing new. Conlacl Peler 685-  9349 ejgc  itaUMi  m Coast News, September 5,1994  19  35. Business &  Home Services  36. Work Wanted  37. Child Care  ^  MORNINGSTAR MAINTENANCE  ' Handyman & Household Fix-It Service'  ��� Plumbing Alterations & Repairs  ��� Renovations, Drywall & I'aimiiiR  ��� No Job Too Small   Call Brian It. Mellis ��� 886-9272  COASTUNE FENCING  Wooden 6 Chain Link  Decks * Porches  Call afler 6pm 166-2216 Bob   tfn  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  spurtalking in commercial bt  n-MilcnlisI glazing  Over 20 years expertue  Competitive, prompt service  Call 8S5-5IS3  DMT PEOPLE  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, Inside repairs, low rales,  exc. refs. 866-9593. #39c  CEDAR SHAKES  ROOFING REPAIRS  Special prices on cedar shskes,  and shingles. Norman 685-6111  24 hr. seivice. Norman 6664506.  H6e  DO YOU NEED...  Brushculting ��� Lawn maim. ���  Headge trimming ��� Weedeating ���  Turf installation ��� Low mainl. landscaping ��� Rubbish removal ��� Window / gutter cleaning ��� Cleanups ���  Woodsplilting ��� Power washing.  6854357. #36c  TIXW-AY  Mobile Mill works Ltd.  CauUmStatalmf  Mills  Dean 885-4794  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Quality home bulkier, forms, framing, finishing, decks, renovations,  caH Drew. 885-4557. #36*  QUAUTY CONSTRUCTION  Naw homes, renovations, additions, large or small. Custom mil  work. Reliable affordable. Q 2  Design 6 Construction. Graham  885-4857. I3tw  /BrothersX  2  Brothers  Construction  Good Quality  Cellar Fencing  Chain Link  tanas Carr Services  CALL  Carey 885-0942  Richard 885-1079  37 Child Caie  AU CARPENTRY REPAMS  Changing doors, windows, bathrooms. Renovation, re-roofing, siding, pairing. 20 years expeiienee,  reasonable rates Normsn 865-  5111.24hr. service. Norman 866-  0506. #36w  TRADITIONAL DECORATWG  66M42S  HARDWOOO FLOORING  New floors -suppted, laid, sanded  t finished. Ok) loots - re-sanded  a re-tinishsd. Lyle Hayter Floors  Ud 865-7633 #36c  DoorPre-Hang  Service  ��� Sales, Repairs & Installation  ot Wood, Metal  & French Doors  ��� Door Wes to brishtcn  your entrance  ��� We do custom sizes  |$MNCOW-W?l  AjlerScboolCare  Nine-Three-Seven  Childcare Society  imrmmIi uccncco, uepcaone  On the Gfcsons, Unjdak,  and Cedar Grow School bos  roalcs at Highway 101 and  North load  ���  More than a  service!  Exciting prepare  jndwntendudc  hiring biting xtdswifunaig  oocidngoifispflics,  and spats activities  ��  110 per dsy.opoi 2 50 6:30  Put tint cnrolmcnu m accepted  Open il day on ichool toys  MB HWWWW PCTtJupflKM mfj  ot^__i____m  TOE SECHELT PRESCHOOL  has soma spaces remaining lor  their 3 ��� 4 yr. old program Classes  begin Sept. 12; donl delay, call  666-7212 or leave message. 885-  3615. #37*  Desperately seeking daycare In  my Rbts Ck home lor 2 1/2 i 5  yr. oU. N/S, own trans. 1 refs req.  865-6213 138*  CAMS TO CASTLES Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Design, renovation, remodel. Cenlre has F/T * P/T openings lor  Framing lo lockup 8660380.666- children 30 moe to school age. To  0664 eves. On register cal 665-5607        #36w  Babysitter rag. lor 1 cNd. wknds  or eves, suitable lor student Rets  Reply to PO Boi 2142. Sechell.  VON MO ��36c  OUAUTY WOODWORK  We look al aH |obs big or small  Fot prompt, quality work al an  affordable piica. call Art Olee-  brecntl8S.M72orl6S.71M. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal. Insured, Qusrsnieed  Work Free estimates 685-2109   ttn  LAWNS HARDEN  Fruit UN pruning snd spraying,  gsrdsn renovations, retsining  walls, hedge trimming, general  deanup Cal 666-0180 ttn  CULTURED MAMIE  Jetted bathtube, sinks, baths and  showei psnels. CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 663-  2176 Hn  RenovoMng, repairing or adding  on? CertMtod Journeymen carpen-  tat available lor hire. Brad 866  8862 ��36c  Langdale Dey Cere  Quality licenced family daycare  Bnghl. wel equipped w/qualitied  supervision. Also taking regulation for IH 866-7646 ��39c  Giggles the Clown songs with her  guitar, balloon animals, magic  puppets, lac* painting. 663-2514,  465-6628 I36w  Child care available In my langdale home Stud work, etc. (flexibility). TLC. first-aid and references 866-4053 #37*  Babysit, my house or yours. 886-  3907. #37w  Live-in nanny/housekeeper needed to care tor Iwo smal children  8oma experience or training in  woiking wih children wkh special  needs is preferred. Must be non-  smoker, hava a valid BC driver's  kcence and wWng to work flex**  hours. References and doctor's  letter required. Phone 866-7956.  #37*  38. Business  Opportunities  ephemera  Landscaping - yard maintenance -  pruning. Reasonsble rsiss. Call  Doug 8860527. #36w  DRYWALLTAKR  'Save Moneyl' You board, ll tape -  15 yrs. expeiience. Qualily Service.  865-5564. #38*  P/T roofer available. Any type ot  root. 6850197. 138c  Need help? Can do Bedford, driving, painting, clerking, drywal taping, cleaning. Sonja 864-5263.#37w  Renovations carpenter avail. 7  days/week. Spec, kitchens a bath,  framing, dywal, finishing, 685-3320  Larry. #36c  EXPERIENCED  CLEANING IADY  Thorough, trustworthy, uh own  supplies, good rets. Rates: W. 6  town ol Sechek (local) $9/tw; other  areas, negotiable. 865-9106. #37w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, Iriendly seivice, 885-  9694,1-9750147 loll Iree pager.   M7w  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Cal Paul 886-9420 #39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yard maintenance, rototiling, odd  )obs. 8654917. ths  Mother ol 2, ages 3 6 5. will  babysit my home, t/t. Five yis.  expeiience working lor daycare.  Healthy snacks 6 lunches, aits 6  crafts, lots ol TLC. Rels. avail.  Plaase call Karen 666-9325. #37c  BETHEL PRESCHOOL  Now accepting registrations tor  Sspt. '94. Please phone Bonnie,  885-4689. #37c  Require live-out nanny lor 3 children, l/t, own vehicle. Rels. req'd.  Kimberly, 885-2751. #36w  Exper. In-home day care. Rels.  Mother of 2 looking for Infant - 4  yrs. Lsrge yard w/play centie.  Langdale area. 8660762.   #36*  Loving mother ot 1 pre-schooler  win provide child care In her home,  In a sate Iriendly subdivision. Csll  after 6 pm. 886-4697. #36*  Child care needed for 6 mo. old,  Davis Bsy to Sechelt area, p/t  (shilt work). 885-1913. #36c  Are you a teenage parent or  young parent and wish to return lo  school, but need daycare? Why  not cal Esprit Daycare and talk to  Helen? 886-7739. #36c  Mother of one would like to look  after 1 or 2 children l/t, mine or  your home. 8660663.        ��36c  Mom ol 1 available Mon.-Fri. ?-  5:30 pm, Sepl. - June. Experienced 6 reliable, w/exc. rels. Lots  ol space and fun activities. Close  to school. First aid. Pam 685-  0720. #36c  langdale Day Care  Quality licenced lamily daycare.  Bright, well equipped w/qualitied  supervision. Also taking registration lor 181.666-7646. ��36c  38. Business  Opportunity  ��$475Wsskly��  Homeworkers needed lo make  stylish besded earrings, year  round, at home. Info, send a sett-  addressed stamped envelope lo:  ACCEX CRAFT, 829 NofwestRd.,  Ste. 813, Ex. 3003, Kingston  Ontario K7P2N3. #38*  Established used car ssles business looking for active or silent  Christian partner. Contact Mike  Plimley. 885-4004. #36*  $200-6500 Weeklyl Assembls  products at home. Easyl No Selling! Direcl payment. Fully Guaranteed. No Experience necessary.  Call 24 hrs. 1-504-641-7778 ext.  208. #38w  To whom il may concern: I wl not  be responsible lor any debts  incurred by others In my name  trom this day onward. William  Neslman. #36w  Foi sale. Chiropractic / medical  supply co. Wotk a homa and eam  money. Barry 8860204. ss  For sale, motor carder licence lor  transporting a group ol people  Irom licence disirici #13, situated  south of Eails Cove to any point in  BC/US border and inter-provincial.  Cal 886-4682. ��38w  NEW IN CANADA!  Tremendous financial opportunity.  Not MLM. Low cost, no risk, no  obligation. 604-886-7623.    #38w  MS Bobcat, 909 backhoe, TK8U  trailer, 1991 -1 ton Ford diesell  dump. Take over business. 883-  9M7. naw  ____  LAND DISPOSITION  In lha laid Recording Diilrid ol New Westminster and  situated in Long Aim, Sacral Owe.  Take notice lhat Randy Wighhrian, builder and Anne  Wighlman, flight attendant, Surrey, B.C. have applied  (or a Licence of Occupation at ihe lollowing described  lands: commencing at a post planted al Hi. comer ol  Lol 42, Plan 22209, D Lot 2309, New Westminster  Group 1, Ihence 11 metres noriheast; Ihence 13 metres  northwest; ihence 11 mains southwest; kSence southeast  along shore to poinl ol commencement and containing  0.0 hectares more or lass.  Ihe purpose br which t�� land is required is a private  dock.  Comments concerning this application may be made to  tha Ministry ol Environment, lands end Parks, Richard  Webber, Land Officer, #401 - 4603 Kingsway,  Bumaby, B.C. V5H 4M4 File 2405844 CooslGuard  File #8200-T-12668.1  SPCA news  The last cat remaining at the SPCA shelter from 1993, Marlska, has been In residence since  November. The one and one half year old grey striped spayed female has her shots and is ready lo  go. Call 886-CARE to meet her.  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  The Coast loses one of its great men - Captain William Higgs who was a  native son of British Columbia. Bom on the Gulf Islands he was an honourary  lifetime member in the Canadian Merchant Service Guild.  Traffic was slowed down for some time on Thursday morning when a large  tractor trailer heading soulh on Highway 101 in West Sechelt crossed the highway and overturned. Some damaged was inflicted to Iwo front yards, but Ibe  driver was uninjured and there was no other vehicle involved.  A traditional Coasl Salish totem pole carved by Madeira Park resident  Stomish, was erected in front of the Pender Harbour Credit Union.  10 YEARS AGO  A permit to spray 2-4-D by helicopter in the Earle Creek area of Egmont was  upheld by Ihe Environmental Appeal Board this week.  Once again the young people of the Sunshine Coast Army Cadets proved  they are as good or better than the other cadet corps in western Canada, by winning lop awards and coveted trips to Europe.  1$ YEARS AGO  An inconclusive vote was held on Ihe voluntary liquidation of Ihe 62 year old  Elphinstone Co-op in Gibsons. The parent organization, Federated Co-ope  favours liquidation but local employees feel lhat the co-op had just begun to  turn a financial corner.  25 YEARS AGO  A Bumaby woman drifted halfway lo Nanaimo afler her boal hit a deadhead  near Port Mellon. The woman spent nine hours in the water. Her husband was  found dead in the Strait of Georgia.  A family of five were picked safely from Ihe ocean afler roping themselves  together to await rescue. They too had iheir boal sink afler colliding wilh a  deadhead.  35 YEARS AGO  The sound of Eric Thompson's pipes brought the Third Annual Hopkins  Landing Fishing Derby to a close on August 22.  Work parties have been busy laying cement blocks for the North Road fiie-  W*lr.^rt lio .oodutaaaa, iinu nr i VTK.-,-',.-.-!-, i    mH \  aj  ol JlaW  <v,w  loan K i"tlib.l iotI  WATCH  YOUR  BUSINESS  IMJBU  man  YOU  ADVRIISE  NM  CQASTNEWS  I  _t_w__t_m  SKHELT  885-3930  fax 885-3954  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit  Thursday, September 8th at 10:30 a.m.  al the Gibsons Health Unit  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, September Sth at 2:00 p.m.  (originally scheduled for September 1st)  Regular Board  Thursday, September Sth at 7:30 p.m.  Foreshore Advisory Task Force  Wednesday, September 14th at 10:00 a.m.  Development Seivices Committee  Thursday, September 15th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, September 15th to follow Development Services  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  RECYCLE - GYPSUM WALLBOARD  Gypsum Waste is 100% Recyclable! The Sechelt and  Pender Harbour Landfills will soon be taking gypsum waste  to New West Gypsum for recycling.  Why Recycle Cvnsumt  Landfilled gypsum can produce sulphide which leaches into  ground water, or hydrogen sulphide, a foul smelling gas  which can create a heallh hazard. Gypsum also requires a  lot of space. Approximately 2% of waste generated on the  Sunshine Coast is gypsum uallboard. By redirecting this  material for recycling, we are able to protect the  environmenl and conserve landfill space in order to extend  the active life of our landfill sites.  Acceptable Cvnsum?  ��� Clean gypsum board ONLY (from new construction or  demolition)  The following materials are prohibited:  - gypsum associated with asbestos  - vapour barrier material  - vinyl wall coverings  - metal or plastic corner trim  ��� drywaller joint filler cartons and pails  ��� styrofoam, plastics or other contaminants  Ecu  Landfill fees for waste gypsum are under review and will be  released soon to cover recycling costs.  For more information, call Cathy Kenny, Solid Waste  Management Coordinator, at 885-2261.  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 a.m.  ���   Monday, Wednesday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  MOW-  MO tPBINKI IMP. ____ FVFNIMCK  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  ���   Tuesday, Thursday from 7 ��� 9 p.m.  MOTf NO WIMKI INC. SATURDAY EVENINGS  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  ATTENTION: 'PLEASE TURN OFF AU  SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF A  FIRE IN YOUR AREA  PENDER HARBOUR AQUATIC & FITNESS CENTRE ��� 883-2612  FREE SWIM at The Teddy Bear Picnic 4 Program  registration September 10/94 2-4 pm  ��� Snorkelling Sept. 11/94 2-6 pm  - Discover Scuba Sepl. 15/94 8:30-9:30 pm  - Drop In Kayak Roiling on Friday nights 8:00-9:30 pm  - CPR Basic Rescuer Sept. 17/94 9-5 pm  ��� Bronze Cross starts on Sept. 20/94  ��� National Lifeguard Certification starts on Sepl. 21/94  - Introductory Shialzu with Ted Thomas of Sourcepoint  Sept. 24 & 25/94  Call for our schedule and to register for our programs  which also include Waterbabies, preschool, Gym 'n' swim,  Adapted Aquatics, Red Cross swim lessons, RLSCC Youth  Club, Synchronized Swimming. )azz Ballet & Movement for  Teens & Adults, Weighl training consultation, & a wide  variety of fitness classes and public swims. We can also  help you plan a birthday party.  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  : 20  Coast News, September 5, 1994  news  Coast naval conference all set to sail  by Ian Cobb  Attention Sunshine Coast���  all hands on deck.  Just in time to help pick up  the slack as our summer season  rounds the corner toward  autumn, the Sunshine Coast  branch of the Canadian Naval  Veterans Association is hosting  over 200 members as part of a  western branch conference Sept.  9 through 11.  With a variety of special  events and tours planned, the  conference is expected to help  generate an estimated $250,000  for local business, said event  organizer Larry Farr.  Sechelt Mayor Earl Basse  said, "I like to see these things  come into Sechell, especially  after the summer boom is over."  An all-day registration at the  Sechelt Legion will kick the  affair off, with the regularly-featured steak supper and some  evening entertainment allowing  visitors and Legion members  alike lo wind down and prepare  for the two-day conference.  While retired seamen register  for the event they will sign Iheir  names in ship logs.  The individual ship logs are a  feature designed to help people  "find out if any of their buddies  are Ihere," Fair said.  Saturday will feature five different trip events for conference  participants. One is a tour of the  Chapman Creek Hatchery,  another is a tour of Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper and a third, being  called "the Legion tour," will  'I think  damned  take visitors from Sechelt lo Gibsons for a tour of the lower lown  and a lunch at Ihe Gibsons  Legion. Following that they'll  make their way back north with a  slop at the Roberls  Creek    (Little)  Legion    before      returning        to  Sechelt.  Two other  tours require payment but also  offer some exciting sides of the       Sunshine Coast.  The Tzoonie  Cruise will take people up  Sechelt Inlet to near Ihe  Skookumchuk for a salmon barbecue and a second will lake  hopeful fishers out of Secret  Cove for a day of salmon fishing.  All conference members will  return for a 7 pm banquet and  dance at the Sechelt Seniors Cenlre.  On Sunday a memorial service is planned.  The shape and style of Ihe  service all depends on the availability of a marching band, Fair  said."lf we can gel a marching  band we'll gather in the parking  lot (of the Legion) and march to  Ihe cenotaph for a memorial service." he added.  Local chapter members and  local merchants have been a  wealth of help, Farr said. Though  he's as busy as "a one-armed  paper hanger with the hives," his  task has been made easier by Ihe  enthusiasm of the people of  Rare birds spotted  at Sechelt golf course  Development of golf courses  in ecologically-sensitive areas  has historically been cause for  concern among birdwatchers.  But not so, apparently, at the  newly-opened Sechell golf  course above Porpoise Bay.  In fact, since the golf course  opened last month, 15 species of  skorebirds have been recorded  it lha arta by local birdwatchers.  Three of the species - the  baird's sandpiper, solitary sandpiper and buff-breasted sandpiper ��� are rare to the Sunshine  Coast. In the case of the buff-  breasted sandpiper, the sighting  at the golf course was also Ihe  first lime the species has been  spotted on the Coast.  Tony Greenfield, a local  birdwalching expert, says the  shorebirds have been attracted  to the golf course by the series  of lakes which include muddy  areas, reeds and bullrushes.  Both the freshwater ponds wilh  muddy margins and short grasses provide habitat favoured by  migrating shorebirds which are  rare on the Coast.  "We have almost no freshwater ponds like lhat all," says  Greenfield.  As second-growth forest,  then a* a bushy area which had  been cleared, the property was  previously used by different  species of birds, says Greenfield.  But unlike some golf course  developments on tidal areas in  the Lower Mainland, the Sechell  course didn't present many serious habitat concerns, he says.  More worrying to birders is  the loss of tidal habitat with  other kinds of proposed developments like the Port Stalashen  marina at Wilson Creek or other  projects which have been discussed for the head of Porpoise  Bay. __  Jk  Evergreen Landscaping  serving the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years   ���   TOP QUALITY: Workmanship, Design. Materials  FOR YOUR: Landscape. Irrigation, Fencing needs  DESIGN, CONSULTATION or FREE ESTIMATE  inquiries welcome for our  DO-IT-YOURSELF packages  885-5033-Fax885-3066  If you want to do if once, call us first!  Sending us  a press release?  \  Then please remember the deadlines.  For the Coasl News Monday edition, press releases  should be at our ollice in either Gibsons or Sechelt  no later than noon on Thursday.  I For Ihe Coast News Weekender,  I        we must have your releases no  /       m     later than 5 pm Monday.  I    / Please ensure that the  ' release Includes the name of  the conlact or writer, along  with his/her home and work  phone numbers, particularly  if the material you are  submitting is handwritten.  H.CQAST NEWS J  Gibsons 888-2622 or fax 888-7725  Sechelt 885-3930 or fax 885-3954  or mall lo  Box 460, Gibsons. BC VON 1V0  Sechelt and Gibsons.  "Without them 1 couldn't  have done it," he said of the volunteers.  "Thirty five different establishments have  kicked in items  '���     for  our   ditty  bags," he continued, adding the  businesses have  given a wide-  variety of items  for the confer-  _______    ence organizers  to include in a  registration welcome gift bag.  In addition, two Sunshine  Coast Regional District buses  and drivers will be made available for the event and three  Coast auto dealerships have  chipped in to provide a van.  "It's full of gas and all we  have lo do is return it to them  it's pretty  wonderful'  -Larry Farr  like that. I think it's pretty  damned wonderful," Farr said.  The Sunshine Coast will also  join some pretty heavy company  in Nanaimo, Calgary, Vancouver, Kelowna and Victoria, all  former host locations for the five  western branch conferences held  so far.  Farr said he expects people to  come from as far away as Winnipeg, with one even coming  from England and several coming up from the United States.  The Coast has been considered to host the convention in the  past, Farr said, but because of a  lack of accommodations, the  local chapter would politely  refuse Ihe offer.  "My excuse prior to this was  we couldn't accommodate all  these people bul we can't say  thai any more. In my research  I've found up to 700 people can  be accommodated here now."  5653 Wharf Road,  Sechelt 885-7621  LICENCED  AESTHETICIAN  ��� skin care  ��� beauty packages ��� waxing  ��� hand & foot care ��� make-up  .     Luift Oertifficate Availal  0  YAMAHA  GENERATORS and WATER PUMPS  mm available on the Sunshine Coast  VINYL SIDING  AlimtwrnSom, Patio Covers a Raihgs  VtylSundM flooring Widows �� Hand/a* Comings.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#108-5530 Wharf St. Sechelt  IN REAR OF NEW WHARF ST. 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