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 Lfcgislativp  Building  F'arl lament   Buildings  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V8V   itfs 95.09|  Attention:Rod Cardin  UOAST?NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  1  I S H E D     19 4 5  August 29,1994 Volume 48 Issue 35  THFJMK  WITHIN  Sechelt  blood drive  scheduled  for Sept 6    q  CUPE members preparing for strike vote  Medical student  returns from  Rwanda  Mission boats  return to  Pender      4A  Harbour    IU  Native culture  explored at  Camp Salish aa  CHAMPIONS:  Gibsons  Bantam Allstars  win  bi9 14  By Roxanne Gregory  A strike vote by Canadian Union of  Public Employee (CUPE) members working for the Sunshine Coast school district  could be held as early as this week.  In a press release Thursday, CUPE  members expressed concerns about stalled  contract talks with the the school district.  Labour Relations Board mediator Larry  Greg, who was negotiating between Ihe  Iwo groups, halted talks on Aug. 18 saying  both sides were too far apart for mediation  to be effective.  District trustees have called for a special board meeting on Tuesday.  "In thirty years of bargaining with this  St. Mary's   |  abortion  numbers  on the  increase  by Jane Seyd  One teenaged girl in every  classroom on the Sunshine  Coast will get pregnant in an  average year.  Just over half of those pregnancies will end in abortion.  Most of the total number of  abortions done at St. Mary's  Hospital in Sechelt will, however, be done for older women -  not teenagers.  Still other local women will  avoid St. Mary's altogether and  will go off the Coast to have an _  abortion.  Those are just a few of the  facts to emerge last week, following the release of a B.C.  government report on access to  contraception and abortion in  the province. In the last three  years, the number of abortions  at St. Mary's has risen - from 31  in 1991/92 to 47 in the last year  ending in March. Fifteen of the  abortions last year were done on  women under age 19.  The total abortion rate for  Sunshine Coast women aged IS  to 44 hovered just below the  provincial average of IS abortions per 1,000 women in  1991/92.  Since shortly after the last  provincial election, St. Mary's  has been one of several hospitals in the province designated  as a regional abortion centre, for  women who are less than 10  weeks pregnant.  In fact, St. Mary's Hospital  is pointed out in the report as  providing better-than-usual care  for women seeking abortions, in  terms of its pre- and post-operative counselling and nursing  care.  Still, while 31 abortions were  done at St. Mary's in 1991/92,  54 women from the Sunshine  actually had the procedure -  which means 23 of those local  women had their abortions done  elsewhere. Unlike some other  areas of the province - particularly abortion clinics in Vancouver - St. Mary's hasn't had to  deal with harassment or threats  from anti-abortion activists.  Ted Wright, hospital administrator, says in the seven years  he's held the position, he can  recall two or three occasions  when anti-abortion protesters  marched with signs in front of  the hospilal.  Recently, though, "the profile of the whole issue has settled way down." According to  information in the report "Realizing Choices", the teen pregnancy rate on the Sunshine  Coast - of just over 42 pregnancies per 1,000 women - is lower  than the provincial average.  Dr. Paul Martiquet, chief  medical officer for the Coast-  Garibaldi Health Unit, credits  part of the lower teen pregnancy  rate to the Planned Parenthood  clinics which are run each  Thursday night in Gibsons.  turn lo back page  district, we have never even voiced the  word strike," said CUPE negotiator Janine  Strand.  "We're confused by the lack of movement by the district. They are refusing to  bargain realistically. We're not a bunch of  radicals, nobody wants a strike. We're  willing to go back to the bargaining table,  and we would consider binding arbitration," she said.  While most members of the district  management team were on 'retreat' al an  unnamed Coast location Thursday and Friday, district treasurer Tim Anderson fielded questions about the negotiations.  He confirmed the dislricl wants a three  year contract and is offering 0 per cent in  the first year, with nominal increases in  years two and three. "They are asking for  3.5 per cent each year, in a two-year contract," he said.  Strand said the 3.5 percent figure was  news to her, and that CUPE has always  had a two year contract.  "We want to let the public know, we're  not going out for a great wage increase,  this is more concessions than anything  else." In the event of a strike, CUPE is  planning free, alternative care centres for  the children of working parents.  Special education teaching assistants  (SETA's), clerks, librarians, maintenance  and custodial workers, are represented by  CUPE local 801. According to former  CUPE president, and bargaining committee member Linda Olsen, the district has  already eliminated 17 equivalent support  staff positions. This June all but three  SETAs were laid off, while their working  hours were reduced as a cost-utting measure. Workers had to reapply for their  positions on June 24.  It turns out, however, the education  ministry had given the school district permission to carry a deficit of $250,000  through 1996, which would have negated  the need for layoffs.  turn to back page  M Kayaking the Skookumchuck  A group of intrepid souls tackled the Skookumchuck rapids in kayaks last week, much to the amazement of locals. Story page 14.  Keith Thirkell photo  Travelling far to find contentment at home  by Darah Hansen  The spider's webs in the  corners of the deck are far  more elaborate than the  simple cottage in Roberts Creek.  Blue and white, the wood  framing is rotting, the scent of  mildew rising from underneath  the structure's paint ��� a result  of years of exposure to the  ocean lapping up at the foundations.  And the blackberry bushes in  behind offer it no protection,  only decor to the outside of Ihe  home.  "It's nice to be back," says  Wendy Norman, seated in a  deck chair on her back porch  overlooking the water. A red cat  is stretched out in the sunbeam  hitting directly below the chair.  "It's nice to be back among  friends... and back at work," she  says.  "And a shower with hot running water is really quite phenomenal. It sure beats pouring  cold water over your head from  out of a tin can."  The 34-year-old Sunshine  Coast doctor returned recently  from a one year sabbatical overseas ��� six months of which she  spent in Sudan, an African  country modern civilization has  yet to taint with its blend of  bounty and depravity.  Working with the European-  based medical organization,  Medicins Sans Fronteres (MSF)  ��� or, in English, Doctors Without Borders, Norman was sent  to Sudan in December, 1993.  In six months she saw thousands of people stricken with  fatal diseases, starvation and  wounds as a result of a deadly  civil war which has ravaged the  country for 40 years or more.  "It's a very special privilege  to drop in on a society and live  with ihem for six months," Norman says.  "What I'll always remember  is how warm, how open Ihey  Doctor Wendy Norman discusses her medical mission In Sudan.  Joel Johnstone pholo  were... (how ihey) struggled to  make some sense of their  world."  Going to Sudan was her  own choice, Norman  says.  She chose it from other countries because of her skill and  interest in treating tropical diseases.  And having just completed a  diploma in tropical medicine  and hygiene at the University of  Liverpool earlier in 1993, Norman wanted an opportunity lo  put that knowledge into practice.  MSF offered her that challenge.  A non-denominational, non-  political group, MSF has a slated objective to provide humanitarian relief to any population  trapped by war and disease.  "We go where other people  can't or won't go," is its motto.  Sudan had been a recipient of  MSF's aid efforts for the past  four years before Norman got  there.  Neighbouring Kenya and  Uganda, the current war in  Sudan, started in 1983, is  between well-educated  Arab/Muslims factions in the  north of the country and the  primitive, Christian nomadic  tribes in the south. ���  "Rich versus poor... it's the  same story you find anywhere I  suppose," Norman says.  It was in the south of the  country that Norman spent her  time and energy.  Living under the simplest of  conditions ��� straw huts, no running water, no roads or access to  a stable food source beyond their  simple farms, the major threat to  the southern Sudanese people  comes from a disease called  Kala-Azar, a parasite in the  blood system believed to be  transmitted by sandflies, Norman  says.  To the people there, Kala-  Azar is known as the "killing disease," she says. "Everyone who  got it, died."  MSF estimates up to 90,000  people from a population of  300,000 have died from the disease in the past five years ��� particularly children, many of whom  are weakened by malnutrition  and, therefore, more susceptible  to the parasite.  That was the hardest part for  Norman. "I saw dead babies and  children so often... and those terribly sick and skinny. It was so  difficult for me," she says.  Tuberculosis and diarrhea  from poor waler conditions are  also fatal problems in the country, Norman says. She estimates  the average lifespan in southern  Sudan at 50 years.  Her role in MSF was to set up  clinics to diagnose and treat the  ill.  turn to page 3  *_________________________________*__* f  Coast News, August 29, 1994  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 99$  Buy  Trade-Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  183-5710 ftredo Strati Stcttlt 885-2882  news  Cleanup begins follwing a  cigarette-caused lire at  Sunnycrest Mall last week.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Sprinklers contain fire at Sunnycrest Mall  It is believed that a lit cigarette left unattended in the staff room was the cause of the  fire at Silks and Lace in the Sunnycrest Mall  on Aug 23, according to volunteer fire  department personnel.  The fire was controlled by the building's  sprinkler system.  Only a garbage bag and immediate area  of a staff/stockroom coffee table were  burned when a single sprinkler was set off  by the heat of the fire.  There was smoke damage to all of the  Silks and Lace inventory but the store building clothing racks and other associated contents are fine.  n ^   You are invited to come by  ^J^-     & help us celebrate 10  years in business with an exhibition  & sale of Serigraphs, T-Shirts  & books illustrated by...  GRETA GUZEK  SEPTEMBER 3-30  Opening Reception  & Book Signing:  Sat. Sept. 3, l-3pm  Greta will be in attendance,  as well as writer Robert Perry  (author of the Ferry Boat Ride)  There will be plenty of cake &  refreshments, music, ddbr pHfeslSftlf*^ *���  a coloring contest for the kids! am  GRAND PRIZE DRAW' 3PM  Handpulled silkscreen by Greta Guzek  = Show Piece Gallery  280 Gower Point Road, Qbson's Landing  (604)886-9213  Open 7 days a week.  Serving the Sumhlne Coatt 1984 ��� 1994  We would like to thank ��ll our ontomtw for thrir��upportav��rth> hat IOwotI  scrd notes  Sunny climes and the high  altitudes of the Andes are calling Sunshine Coast Regional  Directors. The Federation of  Canadian Municipalities (FCM),  has extended an invitation for  local directors to engage in a  partnership program with  municipalities in Ecuador.  The exchange program is  being offered to the municipalities of Richmond, Vernon, and  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, without charge to participants. Although Ecuador has  no governmental infrastructure  equivalent to the regional district, municipal governments  manage both rural and urban  areas.  Director Brett McGillvray,  who has been working with the  FCM on this program said,  "This is a great opportunity  for the regional district to participate in an international outreach program and to share  information. Certainly there.are  IS,    :%iiM$  differences with our structures,  but we have a lot of experience  with how local governments  deal with senior governments.  We've had to work on big  issues, like fish farming, water  quality, and land development."  Basile Gilbert, manager for  the Asia /America's exchange  program with the FCM, will be  meeting with directors later this  week . If the SCRD agrees to  participate, up to three directors  will leave with a Canadian contingent in December for two  days of talks in Quito, Ecud-  aor's capital, before spending a  week working with an outlying  municipality.  In other SCRD news, former  director Tony Laver was presented with a gift of appreciation by directors. Laver resigned  from the board earlier this year,  has been replaced by Eric Cardinall who won the Area F by-  election on August 13, with a  margin of 37 votes.  Cardinall seemed uncomfortable with the lack of background  information available at the  board meeting, and said he  hoped 'he wasn't faced by a  railroad.'  A similar concern was voiced  by audience member Clint  Davies, who complained that  bylaw information was presented by title only and the SCRD  didn't provide background  information to the public, so  people would understand what  was under discussion.  "To all intents and purposes  what you're doing is unintelligible to the public. I've been to a  number of council and municipal meetings in other districts,  and background information is  always available," said Davies.  Referring to the 'In Camera'  session which followed the regular board meeting, Davies complained that too much government goes on behind closed  doors on the Sunshine Coast.  )ftll ii, ii i  ^____v___m_^^a^<l!  A Red Cross Mood drive will take place Sept 6 at the SecheH seniors activity centre from 3 pm to 8 pm.  file pholo  Red Cross driving for blood  The Canadian Red Cross  wants your blood.  And for the next Sunshine  Coast blood drive ��� coming up  Sept. 6 - they're making it less  time-consuming for people to  donate.  "More beds and more staff is  basically what's happening,"  said Wayne Johnston of the Red  Cross. For the blood drive in  September, the organization is  increasing ihe number of beds to  16 from 9. Four nurses will be  screening donors so the wait to  donate should also be down  from a previous average of two  to two-and-a-half hours lo one  SUSSEX  REALTY  <MULTmjutnmLa4amwa��MOFNoa0*MO��aRn)  TIDELINE MARINE LTD. ��� 885-4141  *     5637 Wharf Road, Sechelt * Mon ��� Sat, 8am -6pm      \  Home or  Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  hour for the Sept. 6 clinic.  The Red Cross is aiming for  over 230 blood donors for the  Sunshine Coast clinic Ihis time,  but about 280 people need to  show up to make that goal, said  Johnston.  Most donors who come out  to Red Cross clinics have given  blood before, but the organization is slill hoping new donors  will come forward.  First donors musl be over 17,  under 60, and have eaten within  the lasl four hours so blood  sugar levels are stable.  Restrictions apply to people  who are on medication, have  had body or ear-piercing or  tatoos wilhin the last year or are  considered in a high-risk group  for HIV.  While many other clinics  have seen their numbers drop in  recent years over publicized  HIV/AIDS blood scandals, Sunshine Coasl donations have  actually been rising, said Johnston.  All blood types are needed,  and after a long-weekend when  accidents lend to happen, blood  supplies are often at their most  critical levels, said Johnston.  The Red Cross does two  blood donor clinics on Ihe Sunshine Coasl each year.  Johnston said the organization is also hoping to find new  volunteer coordinators to run the  clinics in the future.  The clinic lakes place Sept. 6  from 3 pm to 8 pm at the  Sechelt seniors activity centre.  et Coast News, August 29, 1994  news  Medical student returns from Rwanda  by Keith Thirkell  Jonathan Brock, a 28-year-  old medical student, wanted a  nice safe job for the summer, so  he joined the Coasl Guards  Search and Rescue operation in  Pender Harbour.  "Sure," he says, "There are  times the job gets a little crazy,  but it's nothing like doing emergency surgery in the middle of a  war zone." And Brock speaks  with the voice of experience; he  did a five week stint earlier this  spring and summer in Rwanda.  Brock was part of the international medical organization  Medicins Sans Frontiers  (M.S.F.), Doctors Without Borders, which places doctors and  medical students in troubled  spots around the world. Essentially it's an humanitarian mission which strives to take emergency first aid and medicine to  places where those services  have been disrupted or do not  exist at all, Brock says. The bottom line though is saving lives;  "We had no grand exceptions of  ending the war or Ihe suffering  but if we can save a few hundred lives then we know we've  accomplished something."  As for the conditions in  Rwanda, Brock describes them  as attrocious.  "We were almost constantly  under fire," he says. "It really  was a living hell."  Wilh bodies literally dropping like flies it was sometimes  difficult not to get overwhelmed, he adds.  Brock, however, was already  a war hardened field surgeon  by the time he hit the sand in  Rwanda. He did a similar stint  last year in Somalia. He says  he's seen more unnecessary  deaths in one year than most  Canadians see on TV in a life  lime.  But Brock says with so many  desperate people needing attention, there's no time to get overwhelmed. "The task is always  right in front of you." And he  says, wilh the stench of death  Jonathan Brock.  always wafting through the air,  time is of the essence.  So why would a young up-  and-coming Canadian medical  student want to risk it all to put  a small dent in the armour of  human suffering? Brock says  part of it is definitely ethical;  "We take so much for granted  Keith Thirkell pholo  here but the fact is three quarters  of the world lives in dire poverty, half the time caught between  some senseless power struggle.  I guess it's my way of reaching  out to those who by sheer  chance were born into less fortunate circumstances."  But Brock says there's also a  more practical and professional  side lo it as well.  "Where else," he asks,  "would a Canadian med student  get to stand in the middle of a  combat zone performing 20 to  30 emergency operations a  day."  One of the first things he was  told by superiors upon arrival  was how many different diseases were present in the area.  "The senior medical staff  said I would see things in Rwanda that were now totally  unheard of in Canada. Things  like advanced terberculosis and  cholera, for example."  Even without his medical  degree, Brock has been offered  almost full time work with  M.S.F.. He's decided to finish  his studies though, take a little  break and plan his future.  "I'll definitely be spending  some of my professional career  over seas but I have no illusions  about my own limitations, I'm  no saviour, but if you ask me do  I think I'm making a difference?  - most definitely. We might not  be able to stop all the pain but  we do save lives and that in it  self means something."  Ultimately, Brock says, all  the solutions are political. "Our  government could start by  pushing for more restrictions on  the international sales of military hardware. And most of  these war torn countries are still  in the process of throwing off  the chains of colonialism. It  seems we only notice their  plight if our own economic  interests are threatened. "But  until the political and economic  will changes, M.S.F. will continue to try and stem the tide of  human misfortune and pain with  a bandaid.  Brock, who hails from  Ontario, has family on the Coast  whom he regularly visits. He  will spend the rest of his summer with the Coast Guard, as he  has for the past four summers.  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"I certainly have more skills  than when I left (the Coast),"  she says, pausing to answer  whether she feels touched by her  experience.  Her dilemma is part of a larger a philosophical debate, she  says ��� a question of whether  she did more harm than good in  the country.  Along with providing necessary medical care, Ihe influx of  weslern culture brings thoughts,  ideas, and tangible items far  beyond whal these primitive  people have previously been  touched by.  "I can'l help thinking we  were helping Ihem be less content with what they've got," she  says.  Moreover, Norman feels  she'd like more education before  reluming lo a third world country.  "These people don'l need  fancy doctors with shiny equipment, they need someone to  teach ihem how to look after  Iheir own people," she says,  adding "Ihere are people who  can do that (teach) belter than I  can."  Norman says she does feel  more content now having gone  and worked in Sudan.  "I don't see my work in  Sechell as being less valuable or  less valid than whal I was doing  over there....in many ways it  doesn't offer me any more (as a  doctor) than being able to provide care right here."  Those interested in learning  more about or donating to  Medicins Sans Frontiers can  phone 924-0677 or wrile H509-  WSOBowron Court, North Vancouver V7H2X7  Going Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lent yaw an M hoar wMiia  M/AnlmalCare  MlflClmllnmrirnnrinHni  Indoor Mm md Yuri Maintenance  Regular Heme Check of live-In Service  CALLSHARON 885-2228  w  CuiutHwu-UMdi  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Bunch��� Com! 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For more information  please call  Bob or Sandra Michor  SUSSEX  REALTY  Sechelt (604) 885-3295  or come see us at  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  iMHMMI  IMMNH Coast News, August 29, 1994  opinion  Waiting for the  dust to settle  in Sechelt  not-so-civil suit  The dust was flying in court last week. Well, sort of.  For years dust from a nearby dirt road has caused problems for residents of Sechelt's Porpoise Bay Properties  subdivision while they tried in vain to make Sechelt council take notice.  Now, area resident John Burns has the District of  Sechelt in civil court, suing the municipality for $10,000  over the issue.  Not a lot of money, really, when one thinks of the  amount of time and effort that has been put into trying to  make council take responsibility for the problem.  The fact is, both the gravel road - Burnett Road - and  the subdivision are within District of Sechelt boundaries.  Burnett Road, which currently serves as access to a  gravel pit, is technically a municipal thoroughfare.  Council in the past has said Sechelt is not responsible  because the municipality has "never" done any improvement work on the road, a prerequisite step under the  municipal act before the municipality is seen as responsible.  Burns, however, contends the District of Sechelt has  done work on the road, including grading it when it  becomes too rough.  What Burns and residents of Porpoise Bay Properties  want, essentially, is for the municipality to acknowledge  the problem and maintain the gravel road leading to the  gravel pit... to provide some measure of dust control.  In an ideal world, the residents would see Burnett Road  paved.  The only really unfortunate thing about the situation is  that it will take so long for the court system to work.  The dust problem rose in 1990, and the case was first  brought to court in the fall of 1993. Now it has been postponed again until February of 1995. And still the problem  persists.  Well, to his credit, John Burns has persisted as well.  And with a little luck his persistence may be rewarded  with a court victory. Even if the judge doesn't award him  the $10,000, Burns may finally make Sechelt take a little  respemibthty -for some of the long-ignored problems  within town boundaries.  We won't know for sure, however, until the dust settles.  Long distance  telephoning changes  in the wind  Just a note about pending changes to telephoning in  Canada.  It seems that North America is running out of phone  numbers under the current system due to increased  demand for non-traditional services like fax machines and  cellular phones.  So... starting in September all long distance calls,  including dialing from Pender Harbour to Gibsons, will  require an area code. It may take some getting used to.  To cope with his dust problem, Mr. John Burns tries a new lifestyle..,  Bugged by column  RE: Pillow Talk of lasl  week's Coasl News  I am Ihe "little orange bug  with the black top", for sale on  the hill in Gibsons. They call me  Lady Bug, and unlike my unfortunate cousin, Ginger, my owner  takes care of me. I am neither  rusty, nor noisy; my wipers,  horn, and gas gauge work jusl  fine. I am proud to say lhat my  owner prefers the smooth sounding chirp of my engine to the  melodies on the radio.  My owner didn't want just a  "bug", but a well-cared-for convertible VW. Thai's jusl what I  am, a true collectors item without a spol of rust on my fifty-  two year old body. Poor cousin  Ginger, just a dime a dozeri,  uncared-for relic. Two important'  points Ginger's new owners  might benefit from: first, you get  whal you pay for; and second,  care and maintenance go a long  way in the life of an auto.  Fortunately, dear Ginger, it is  true you will never be alone. All  VWs, rust and all, are members  of one big happy family. I'm  sure my new owner will continue to care for me with the same  admiration and love of my previous owners. With care and  maintenance I am sure lo continue outlasting all of my owners.  Oh, my healer works jusl fine  too!  LADY BUG  (Kelly O'NeU)  Ferry blues  Living on the Sunshine Coast  is peaceful and comfortable. Our  main link lo Ihe real world is the  BC Ferries. Although Ihe ferries  are our passageway lo Ihe civilization of the 90's, we have no  say in the prices or the staff.  Like everyone else who has  lived here for any length of  lime, I have heard horror slories  of high prices and poor service.  Though, I ha e never heard a  story that has made me so angry  involving the ferry system as Ihe  one I am about to relay lo you.  I wonder have the ferry  employees forgotten that they  are public servants?  A now-single mother moved  to the Sunshine Coast to make a  new and better life for herself  and her two young boys. A life  away from Ihe harm of Ihe city  and their personal torment.  She endured the treacherous  housing market and the theft of  her car, which explains only a  small part of her independent  triumph. Living in Sechell and  now forced to use Ihe bus and  ferry fool traffic, she describes  her situation with only a smile.  On this day, she travelled to  the ferry by bus wilh her Iwo  young boys to meet the boy's  father. Her surrender of the boys  for a .weekend camping trip  brought bolh fear and excitement, since it was only the second time in months she had Ihe  opportunity for a break.  Loaded with fishing gear,  camping equipment, and enough  money for one ferry ride home,  as to nol exceed their now disciplined budget, the small family  sel off for yel another disappointment.  The boys could barely contain their excitement during the  long ferry ride to their father,  but nothing could have prepared  ihem for what would happen  next.  Upon arriving in Horseshoe  Bay, it was painfully obvious  lhal ihey would not meet up  with their father. Afler a search  for his vehicle and a call that  brought lean lo the boys' eyes,  Ihe small family, loaded with  bags and bags of gear, ran to the  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:  Th* Editor  Sunshine Coaat News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON ivo  Include your name, address and telephone number.  ticket gate. The ferry was now  loading quickly for Ihe return.  Humbling herself with her personal story of betrayal and begging for assistance, Ihe mother  offered a cheque for the amount  of her five and seven-year-olds'  fare. (Six dollars)  After being rudely refused  with a 'that's your problem, not  mine', the mother, the boys, and  their baggage ran to the nearest  bank machine in Horseshoe  Bay. They made il back with  only a few cars left to load. She  paid, and the same 'nice licket  women' notified the ferry lo  wail for three more fool passengers.  The three dashed for the ferry  as fast as their legs would carry  Ihem, bul fitting right ih  sequence, the unexperienced  ferry goers ran lo the top deck.  The ramp had already been  pulled, and Ihe mother could see  down to the bottom deck where  the men were that were supposed to be wailing for her. She  screamed down, "please wait,  please ���." As she looked over  she could see the men shaking  their heads "no". The men then  secured and gave the signal for  departure.  The small family fell to Iheir  knees in an overload of emotions and bad luck.  I would like lo say 'hats off"  to the ferry workers involved  here. You know who you are!  Let's hope that you never find  yourself in need of help or  patience - God forbid you And  yourselves in Ihe hands of people just like yourself!  S.A.BERNTSON  Roberts Creek  The ethical dilemma of naming names is not easy  Like most people, I've often been struck with  the things they just don't teach you in school.  In journalism, as for many professions, "ethics"  was an alarmingly small part of the curriculum  while at university. Turns out, of course, it's a  rather large part of the job.  For reporters and editors, ethics is one of those  large, nebulous and shadowy issues, which falls  into the cavernous grey vacuum where what's  legally allowable leaves off.  It includes all of the big concerns - like what's  newsworthy, how much we have a duty to report,  community feelings and the effect our words might  have on other people's lives.  Right up near the top of this ethical morass is  the issue of when to name names.  The truth is, unless the subject at hand happens  to be a politician with something to gain, a great  many people would rather their names not appear  in the paper.  It's not hard to see why. Many items which  make it into the paper by their very nature involve  conflict and controversy. Oftentimes it's worse.  And sometimes, people simply don't want to call  attention to themselves.  For journalists, it's a difficult issue, because the  coastal beat  general rule is people must be named along with  any public statements.  For many papers, unaltributed quotations are  simply nol acceptable.  There are good reasons for ihis.  Anyone can say anything they like under a  shield of anonymity. Without the name of an actual  person, there's no context to help interpret the  comment, and no recourse for a reader to verify  what's being said.  Naming names may make people wary, but it  also tends to keep everyone more honest.  It also adds a rather important element of hard  reality to a story.  Of course, there are times when not naming  jane seyd  people seems justified, when confidential medical  or sexual issues are involved.  Others instances are less clear, such as people  who fear they'll be harassed if they speak oul in the  paper, who fear losing their jobs, getting cut off  some kind of income, or upsetting and angering  family if their views or the details of iheir situations are published.  Each one is an ethical decision and no doubt, I,  like others, have sometimes made the wrong one.  In court reporting, these issues only get more  complicated and more serious in their potential to  affect many people's lives.  Understandably, most people who end up before  the judge don't want their their names in the paper.  But one of the principles of our court system is  that it is open. And in it, real people are charged  with real crimes, which take place almost every  day in our communities.  Often there's an issue of not wanting lo "re-victimize" the victims of certain crimes. For certain  types of crimes, like sexual assault, the identity of  someone charged or convicted is not often revealed  in order to protect the victim.  But there are grey areas here as well.  For instance, should similar rules apply for  cases of spousal assault (often an issue before the  courts on the Sunshine Coast)?  I'm not sure.  Sometimes I wonder just what kind of message  we're sending by not naming those convicted in  order lo protect victims from the "shame" of public  identification. Whose shame is il anyway?  And what about people who are charged, only lo  be found not guilty later on, often long after their  names have first been published in the paper?  These are difficult questions.  I don't know all the answers.  As the American columnist Bob Greene once  commented, "Whal do we owe the people we wrile  aboul? Maybe nothing. Perhaps a little kindness."  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Still time to choose colors,  carpet & cabinets  15 min walk to ferry  Ce.ll G.r, _____ @ 88b-7099 or Bruce Pm-K.Ui @ 885-9208  opinion  ..'tu HOME  WARRANTY  PROGRAM OF  ilHIIIStnOLl'MHIA  AND IKE YUKON  Big Brother just won another battle  UPCOHIHQ Bim  MAQANC6I  Saturday, September 3rd  Nikki Weber presents a night with  THE ROLLING TONES  & GUESTS  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  Gibsons, 8pm  Saturday, September I Oth  SUNSHINE COAST  FALL FAIR  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  Gibsons, 8pm  Saturday, September I Oth  Anniiersary Celebrations  GIBSONS MARINA &  GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  Music, Craft Fair, 10 am  Saturday, October 1st ��� DINNER THEATRE  ^     ^Dri/tu'gpdPja^^ery,,  "THE PARALLAX GARDEN"  by Paddy Campbell  St. Bartholomeur's Anglican Church Hall  Gibsons, 7pm  Watch tlie Coast News &  Coast News Weekender for details  on all these upcoming events & ticket info.  '. , *|.  To advertise in this  "WOMthiG cvsnr  c^p   Call our Sechelt office at 885-3930  save   or our Gibsons office at 886-2622  ^.J  She watched the timid looking young man like a gila monster hovering over a fat fly.  The job interviewee stared  on in horror as the assistant  bank manager's thin lips moved  in a wavy chewing motion.  While slill smacking away at  her poppy seed muffin, she lold  Ihe interviewee, "This is a high  level posilion, you know?"  "I'm well aware of THAT,"  he said in a Sleve-Marlin-being-  confidenl-volce and immediately fell his shoulders sloop like  an old horse being mounted by  fai knight in full bailie armor.  The assislant manager  noticed this and leapt for his  throat.  "This job is more than just a  job. It can be a career and if you  climb the ladder right, you may  one day fill my shoes."  She leaned inlo his space and  glared at him hard for five seconds and leapt again. "We don't  want any slackers or scum...and  lhat is why you have cleared our  screening and passed our short  list exam," she smiled.  "Uh huh," he said, wailing  for the grand finale with  scrunch-toed anticipation.  "Now, there's one last test  you musl lake," she said, popping the lasl piece of poppy seed  muffin into her yap.  She handed him a small  beaker and smiled that thin-  lipped smile. What he supposed  were her teelh tried lo pop out  in the middle  past ihe lips bul a stern  demeanor borne from years of  biling her tongue on the way up  the ladder forced them back.  The interviewee grasped Ihe  beaker lightly and wondered if  he should ask but it came oul  before his rationality chips fired.  "What is this for?"  "For you to pee inlo, lhank  you." She held her hand toward  the door. "Bathroom is on the  other side of the office pasl all  the desks."  He stood and turned, "Why  should I pee into this?"  "Because, it is our company  policy lo screen for drug-users.  Don't be long." She waved her  hand in a tut-lut, now scuttle off  way.  The interviewee shrugged  and closed the door behind him.  All 20 or so people that  worked in the large open office  took at leasl one gander at him  as he marched toward the bathroom with a noble Voltaire-  death-dream march.  A busy looking little man  trundled pasl him and knocked  ian cobb  on the assislant manager's door.  As the interviewee stepped  inlo the bathroom Ihe little bank  manager stepped inlo his  employee's office.  "Ms. Flange, you've been  wilh us...whal... 11 years?" He  asked with a voice lhat could be  compared lo Maxwell Smart  when he's admitting yet another  gaffe lo the Chief.  "No, I've been with the Eastern Bank of Shyst for 12 years,  Mr. Grappler," the assistant  manager said, leaning back in  her leather chair.  "That's too bad, you musl  have compiled quite a pension  by now though," the assistant  manager heard her boss say.  "What are trying to tell me?"  She whispered.  "You're fired," Grappler  responded matter-of-factly. "ll  seems you've failed the drug  test."  "I don't do drugs," she  yelped.  "According lo your urine  sample you're a light marijuana  user," Grappler said.  "I haven't smoked a joint in  10 years, easy," Flange said,  tears welling.  "I'm sorry Ms. Flange bul  you know the rules and there's  one other thing, ll appears as  though you've also been dabbling in what the lab techs lell  me could be cocaine."  Flange fainted. Her head  whacked onto the desk on top of  Ihe poppy seed wrapper. A  knock came at Ihe door.  The interviewee stepped in  and saw Flange lying face down  on her desk.  "Ummm," he said.  "Ah, a urine sample, come  along with me young man. I'll  deal with you," Grappler said  and lead Ihe interviewee away.  As the office door shut  Flange entered a groggy period  of REM and dreamed she was  sitting in a living room filled  wilh friends.  A joint was being passed  around.  She politely refused as it  wafted under her nose. Suddenly, a black wall appeared and in  the very dead centre of it was a  small beaker with her name  written on a strip of masking  tape in Ihe centre of il.  A poppy seed muffin floated  past and she heard a scientist  announce, "These little seeds, if  ingested, will give off the same  indicators in your urine as  cocaine."  "Damn rules," she dreamed.  letters  SCRD scrutiny  As one of Ihe parties directly  involved wilh filing the complaint wilh Municipal Affairs  regarding the allegations of the  SCRD's misallocation of funds,  I feel I musl comment on Ihe  recent developments reported in  your paper.  I fully support Mayor Eric  Small's stance on demanding the  board implement most, if not all,  of the inspector pf municipalities' recommendations.,  Clearly, funds were misallo-  caied by the SCRD and Ihose  funds came from Ihe taxpayers  of Sechelt and Gibsons. Clearly,  the rural directors have in the  past, and il seems will continue  to do so in the future, banded  together lo keep Gibsons and  Sechell in the background while  using Gibsons and Sechelt's  money to do with what ihey will.  It is most magnanimous for  Sechelt's representative on the  Board, Mayor Earl Basse lo say  "ihere may have been some mis-  allocation of funds, though I'm  not so sure Ihey were so significant. I want lo see how we can  do belter, and focus on thai."  Not so significant? By my reckoning, ihe SCRD owes the  I  The Battle is Back... Sat Sept 17 & Sun. Sept. 18  FRONTRUNNERS PRESENTS OVGT $2500  BATTLE      in prizes  ON       THE Registration Deadline  Sept. 16  mm  Sechell taxpayer close lo  $100,000. if that isn't significant  for a town of Sechelt's size, then  what is? A million dollars?  As far as Chairman Connor's  comments on not inviting Gibsons and Sechell to participate in  SCRD Board functions such as  workshops and retreats and "giving the municipalities a break by  nol committing you lo be on  committees"...give me a break  Peggy.  Each SCRD director is supposed lo be equal...and lhal  includes the Gibsons and Sechelt  representatives. Not to even be  made aware of ihe retreats or  workshops that the rest of the  directors take pan in is inexcuse-  able...especially when Gibsons  and Sechelt are paying for part  of them ihrough their taxes. And  as far as committees go, both  Gibsons and Sechelt sil on  SCRD committees that represent  functions lhal we pay to be part  of. However, you'll never find a  municipal representative as  chairperson of one of those committees.  Maybe because ihe rest of the  SCRD wants to keep the extra  $5,000 they pay to chairpeople  "in the family."  On many occasions while I  was Mayor of Sechelt, ihe  SCRD called special meetings or  changed the time of meetings  without informing either Eric  Small or me. Somehow the  information got to all of ihe rural  directors...bul nol lo us. Mayor  Basse seems to think lhal Ihe  installation of fax machines in  each director's home will put a  slop to lhat. Wake up Earl! The  rural directors always knew.and  the  municipalities  had fax  machines. And when I was  mayor, both Eric Small and I had  our home numbers in the phone  book. Don't pile another needless expense on the taxpayer by  supplying fax machines to  everyone. Even with fax  machines by our beds the municipal representatives will continue  to be "accidentally" excluded!  Mayor Basse says "you can't  legislate trust." No you can't.  You can't buy il either and let-  ling the SCRD get away wilh Ihe  mis-use of $100,000 of Sechelt's  money won't change anything.  Whal will change things is to  clean house at the next election  so that the same old rural directors will be off the board. If ihe  same people keep coming back,  for the most part unopposed, you  had might as well say goodbye  io the idea of one government  because they will pul as many  roadblocks as they can in the  way.  After all, each has a little  kingdom over which they rule  and unless something changes  they will keep on ruling their  kingdoms and, through block  voting, the municipalities too.  And while I'm al it...both  Gibsons and Sechelt paid their  share of tne now famous  $17,000 table that graces the  SCRD board room. I know I  would feel a lol better aboul il if  the old table were brought back  and the new one used as a second ice surface at the Arena.  (You know, the only arena on  the Coast...the one lhat Director  Gurney worked so hard to defeat  coaslwide funding for at last  year's referendum.)  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Suitfbte Coast  jfiE 5th Aw*a1 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 YOU* FAJW  Aggregate rebuttal  After reading Pam Barnsley's  letter in the Aug. IS issue of the  Coasl News I feel it is important  lo clarify Conslruction Aggregates' position wilh regard to the  sanding of Sechelt's Trail Bay  beach.  Construction Aggregates is  nol Irying lo pull a fast one on  anyone and is not looking for a  place to deposit excess sand.  CAL. was approached by the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  and asked if we would consider  donating material for the sanding  of Trail Bay beach.  The company responded by  offering to supply the sand and  equipment to sand the beaches if  the community was in favour of  the project and if Ihe Ministry of  Environment and Department of  Fisheries approved.  In addition, ihe employees of  Construction Aggregates generously offered to donate their  lime to do the work.  In terms of a place for Construction Aggregates to get rid of  excess material, it would take  only 20,000 tonnes of sand to  cover ihe 1.5 kilometre stretch of  Trail Bay beach 30 metres wide  and .3 metres deep.  Conslruction Aggregates  ships this much material every  day.  There is absolutely no economic benefit to Construclion  Aggregates in placing sand on  Sechelt beaches.  I think Ms. Barnsley is unfairly judging ihe motives of our  company, however I do agree  with her lhat the citizens of  Sechelt should communicale  their support or objection for Ihis  project to Sechelt council. A  projeci of ihis type must be supported by the communily if it is  to be undertaken.  RAY COLLIER  Manager, Conslruction  Aggregates Ltd., Sechelt  Equine club says  thanks  The Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club would like lo lhank  the following for their general  support al our summer show:  Cedars Pub. Mason Hill Feeds,  J. Clement Ltd. (Pepsi). Renco  Concrete, Gibsons Motor Inn,  Feidler Bros., Town of Gibsons.  Sea Cavalcade Committee  JODI CUSTANCE  Gibsons  ItEGlSIERSOW  FOR FALL ADUIT  CLASSES AND .KIDS'  AFTER-SCHOOL CLASSES  ��_  SUHflNE COAST  COMFUTCR  C0UKE.1NC  MWMBAit.SBtdl.MMa6  ^1_ Coast News, August 29,1994  community  setting It straight  The Coast News wishes to apologize  for an error made on a Iront page  story, Dec. 121947. The story read  that a 17-year-old girl, Betty  Denham needed the permission of a  Mr. Justice Wilson to marry 22-  year-old Edward Wray because she  was underage. The story indicated  Denham didn't know who her  parents were. If fact, Denham, now  Mrs. Betty Wray, knew who her  parents were, but, as they were  separated, she didn't know the  whereabouts of her mother. The  permission of both parents was  necessary for her to wed. The  Wrays, (left) now living in Kelowna,  appeared at the Coast News last  week to set the record straight.  They heard about the error from a  friend who read the story in our  'Remember When' flies.  Joel Johnstone pholo  New ��� Vaed  Furniture tt CollectabWs  WHARF STREET MARKET'  Wanted: Stamps & Coins  Open 7 days a week, 10 - 5:30pm  5500 Wharf Rd.  885-6389  l^xMi  by George Cooper  By now, Children's Week, a project of  Nine Three Seven Child Care Society, is well  under way; it will continue to Saturday next,  Sept. 4.  This special week, proclaimed by the  Mayor of Gibsons, began with a suggestion  by the Rev. Esther North that our community  show the children what it has to offer them.  Besides the program of events going on all  this week down in the courtyard level of St.  Bart's, Gibsons, Ihere are activities provided  by more than a dozen community associations  or facilities - activities especially for children  and families.  Tours of Ihe Pioneer Museum, for example, as well as a map hunt of the recreational  treasures of the Sunshine Coast, a colouring  contest, how to care for a pet dog or cat, visits  lo the Fire Department and to Ihe RCMP, a  visit to the fish hatchery, the library, Molly's  Lane Market.  Quite a list! And all near al hand. As well,  the swimming pool offers a discount for family rentals in September, and there's a discount  too on family excursions of Howe Sound  islands by charter boat this week.  Tomorrow at St. Bart's courtyard there are  seminars in child protection and one on banking and new planning options. Other events  continue until Saturday afternoon.  For information telephone 885-4136. Jusl  a thought...a great week for grandparents to  consider if you have little ones visiting or living nearby.  Kid brother  . Wally Langdale, whose.family name  graces our ferry terminal and the subdivision  on the upland nearby, loaned me a news clipping telling about his kid brother Les. Wally,  89, uses the term since his Les is only 72.  Les Langdale, a mid-upper gunner in a  Halifax bomber in World War II, remembers  the strong bond of trust and friendship among  the crew members, a bond stronger lhan that  of brothers. At a reunion of Ihe crew in 1993  all agreed they'd just as soon forget everything about the war except their comradeship.  One of the crew said, "If the powers that  be had a bunch of old guys like us who knew  what it was like they'd never be able to stir up  a war in the first place. They'd have to find  some other way to settle the way to settle the  squabble." The anecdote from a bomber crew  reunion expresses the theme that emerged  , from all the 50th anniversary of D-day gatherings Ihis year.  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  Resident dedicates time to raise  money through Terry Fox Run  by Darah Hansen  Every year about this time,  Dogpatch resident Liz Calder  takes out her pledge sheets and  goes to work on the community.  No one is exempt from her  crusade.  "Every penny, every nickel  helps," she says, of her determination to ask everyone and anyone she meets to help donate to  the annual Terry Fox Run on the  Sunshine Coasl.  Calder, 36, has consistently  been one of the strongest forces  behind the Terry Fox pledge  drive on the Coast for years.  Over the past five years she's  gathered $5,309 worth of  pledges, collecting $1,969 just  last year ��� a personal best, says  Calder. This year she's hoping lo  lop that figure. "I try every year,"  she says. "It's a little challenge I  set up for myself."  "Everyone     has     their  cause...with me, it's cancer," she  says. Calder's commitment to the  Terry Fox Run ��� which raises  money for cancer research ���  stems from her own experience  with the disease.  'Everyone bos their  causa., with me,  It's cancer'  ���Liz Calder  At age 14, she was diagnosed  with a brain tumor.  Her sickness and subsequent  treatment made Terry Fox's  dream of finding a cure for cancer all the more urgent for her.  "I remember when Terry Fox  was on his run. I followed it  faithfully...Il just really hit me  what he was (trying to do), as it  did many people."  Terry Fox raised $24.17 million in 1981 while running across  Canada on his 'Marathon of  Hope' in aid of cancer research.  The Marathon of Hope continues in Sechelt and Gibsons,  Sept. 18. The routes are three, six  and 10 kilometres long. Walkers,  bikers and runners are all welcome.  Participants are encouraged to  pick up pledges for their  marathon efforts. Pledge sheets  are available at various businesses around the Coast.  For information on how to  enter the run or register a donation, phone Mike Metcalfe in  Sechelt at 885-3131 or Rieta  Hanson in Gibsons at 8864305.  "I really hope Ihis does promote a few more people to get  out and do something...or give  something. One of these days  they might just come up with a  cure," Calder says.  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Hi  ____________*  mmm Goast News, August 29, 1994  BACK TO SCHOOL  J���RN SRLC  oil brands  25 % off  regular pric*  sale ends Sept. 4th  .community  roberts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  By now you may have  noticed that the cement structures  and the pier have disappeared  from the waterfront of Roberls  Creek. This removal has been  taken care of by ICG who posted  a $5000 bond when they began  the lease some years ago.  Removal and cleanup of the area  was pari of the agreement.  Members of the RCCA and  SCRD have met to discuss plans  for beautification of the area.  They have also applied lo Ihe  Ministry of Lands for permission  lo occupy Ihis land and make  improvements. According lo  official Larry Sorken, Ihis will be  just a matter of lime.  jBtgjritt of e%u\)t\t  P.O. Box 129,5545 InWAvwue, SecheH, ac. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fax: (604) 685-7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS- SEPTEMBER 1994  Wednesday, September 7th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m.  Note: 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 boach fires.  PORPOISE BAY WHARF  INCREASE IN ELECTRICITY RATES  Effective August 1994  Hook up fee (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.  CMP W liw^"  BOAT TRAILERS  Two boat trailers were towed away from the Porpoise Bay Wharf on July 29th, 1994,  Please contact the Harbour Manager at 885-1986 for further information.  CommlttM Meeting Dates  September 1994  Public Works/ Engineering Committee  Thursday, September 1 at 2:30 pm. to be followed by Parks, Recreation and Arena  Committee  Finance, Personnel t* Corporate Service* Committee  Wednesday, September 14th at 2:00 pm  Planning Committee  Tuesday, September 27 at 1:30 pm, to be followed by the Environment Committee  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, September 28 at 2:30pm, to be followed by the Economic Development  Committee  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 the Senior Citizens' Hall, 5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt, Monday,  September 12,1994 at 7:00 p.m.  DISTRICT OF SECHELT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUMTY  GENERAL SECRETARY/ADMINISTRATION  Available September 12,1994 this position will be assigned to the Administration and  Finance branches and will provide services to the Administrator, Municipal Clerk,  Treasurer, and Bylaw Enforcement Officer. Duties include providing secretarial, clerical,  receptionist support and public liaison to the Administration and Finance Branch;  preparation of the agendas: taking and transcribing minutes; preparing draft  correspondence, leases, reports and other documents.  Applicants should have a minimum typing speed of 60 w.p.m., knowledge and  experience In word processing (WordPerfect 5.1), computer data entry, shorthand or  other recognized minute-taking skills. Previous Municipal government  experience desirable.  Pay Rate: $15.46 per hour  This position is within the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union. This  position is open to both male and female applicants. Applications should be submitted  by 4:00 p.m., Friday, September 2,1994 to the undersigned:  Michael P.Vaughan, Municipal Clerk  District of Sechelt  Box 129 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  * Fax: (604) 885-7591  In the meantime many ideas  have been received and they  have a central theme. The suggestions range from a fishing  pier to parkland to just a place to  sit and watch the sunset. Nevertheless, Creekers seem to be  focussing on a place for Ihe community to gather and enjoy. All  of your ideas will be discussed al  the first meeling of Ihe RCCA in  September.  Library news  Many of our readers will have  had a happy time at the Festival  of the Written Arts recently.  What a great weekend lhat was!  Please remember that we have a  great many books available by  your favourite Festival author.  Now lhat you can put a voice and  a face behind the written word,  you will find the books make an  even greater impact.  Our lhanks to the many satisi-  fied customers who turned up for  our book sale held during Creek  Daze. The books rapidly disappeared and the sale was a roaring  success. Our total profit was  $292, which will help to buy  even more wonderful reading  material. Thank you for making  this our biggest sale on record.  Your support is always appreciated.  Creek Daze  The 1994 Creek Daze was a  blast from beginning to finish.  On Friday, the Creekers blazed  to victory as they wiped out the  Firefighters baseball team. Word  has it that they are belter with a  hose than a bat...but what the  heck...you have a whole year to  practise.  Later in the evening, the Mr.  Roberts Creek pageant was held  at the hall and enjoyed by a full  house! There were seven contestants including a mystery guest  who represented the fire department.  Co-host Ken Dagleish claims  these candidates represented the  "Real Men of Roberls Creek."  He guaranteed there were no  Clowning around ahead of the Rainbow Pre-school float at Ihe  Hlggley-Piggley Parade in Roberts Creek. Joel Johnstone photo  impostors. He also informed the  eager crowd that you can never  be too old to be Mr. Roberts  Creek. Special guest and contender was David Coles, Ihe current reigning Mr. Roberts Creek  who is a Creeker at heart even  though he lives in Gibsons!  Diane Emmons who hosted  and was the evening's MC conducted the event like a pro.  Atlantic City, eat your heart oul!  The candidates were asked many  questions and were judged on  savoir faire, brains, brawn and  entertainment. The answers were  diplomatic and they all agreed  thai we were privileged to live in  the Creek. They would encourage everyone to come on by and  learn from Creekers how to live  and work together in peace and  harmony. Entertainment ranged  from poetry, skateboarding, and  diaper changing lo a humorous  m^nMm  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  Cclasses in Gibsons commencing Sept. 12/94���  FriaUy&S*tur4iay,S���pt2&3  j3    Eddy&lonyDUTTON   jj  The 2nd Sunshine Coast  OPEN DARTS TOURNAMENT  SEPT 2nd  7:30 pm- Blind Draw Doublet  ���Erra^T  11:00 nn-Udkt Doubles  11:1* an-Open Stacks  apptox J:}0 pm ��� Lukes Singles  ipprax 3:45 pm -Open Doubles  SEPT 4th  11:00 im-Mixed Triples  Registration open to any players 19 years and older  Acceptance up lo IS minules before starting time  OMN SUNDAYS 11-9/ KIKHiN HOURS TUES. ��� SAT. 12 ��� *  1st General Meeting  Tues, Sept 20th  Darts  M 730pm  Crib  Jot./pm  firefighting technique display  and off-colour British Humour!  As one Creeker was heard to  exclaim..."Only in the Cteek can  Ihis be found...How sweet it is!"  Our new reigning Mr.  Roberts, Dean Braeden (a representative from the General Store)  was crowned by Dave Varcoe  and immediately went amongst  his people to get acquainted. The  crowd agreed that the judges did  a great job!  Saturday began with early  setup. Promptly at 11 am the  Creek Spirit erupted as the  expected eight parade entries led  off the Parade. Parade Marshall  Barry Krangle was surprised and  delighted when the entries were  far more lhan they expected.  The balance of the day was  spent enjoying games, crafts,  food, and the was lots of time for  social acquaintances. The sun  was shining brightly, Ihe village  was mobbed and Ihe Creek was  alive with fun, laughter, music  and Creek hysteria. The %%-  ished with a wonderful dance.at  Ihe Hall with music by Len Hill  and his friends.  The whole community agreed  thai the '94 Creek Daze will long  be remembered. Hats off to  Wendy Harford and her wonderful crew! Thank you from the  community of Roberts Creek.  'round elphinstone  What a great summer it's been  on the beaches and in our parks.  Summer's end means reduced  speeds are back in force on  Chaster Road. Please watch for  bikes and buses again. The Tint  day of school, September 6, is a  half day only.  Has your garden done well  this summer? The Fall Fair is  hoping Elphinstone will again do  a display table. The trophy is  quite big and beautiful. Our community was the first lo win this  trophy several years ago. Call me  if you have any produce or products for a community display  table. Lei's try to give  Hopkins/Granthams a ran for the  prize.  The regular Elphinstone Elector's Association meets September 14, 7:30 pm at Frank West  Community Use Room. No meetings were held all summer so do  turn out wilh questions and problems.  Back-to-school time makes  me reassess the woodpile and  find ihe leaf rake. Rather than  burn or bag for trash, you could  make ihose leaves into compost. I  bought an Earth Machine ($40  from the SCRD) and it will hold  a year's worth of leaves easily.  Layer with kilchen scraps, green  clippings and a few shovels of  earth. There are still some Earth  Machines left. I ihink it appropriate that local government is offering such a good deal - after all,  more compost equals less tonnage lo Ihe landfill equals less  taxes. The bonus from the deal is  lhat you end up with a valuable  amendment for your garden. Fall  and again in spring are the best  limes lo lop dress wilh compost.  Jusl a final reminder, no burning al ail and reduced sprinkling  are slill in effect.  Please call Catherine at 886-  7785 with items or announcements.  ��� ������_______. community  Coast News, August 29, 1994  dockside davls bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  This week sees Ihe end of our fling at  summer and the last holiday weekend until  Thanksgiving in October, so let's make the  best of it.  School  School opens nexl week and already  workshops, seminars, course, classes and  meetings are in the planning stages and  another round of activities for Ihe fall/winter  season is underway. Cap College has already  distributed its fall term brochure with a varied selection of courses which include  career/vocational and academic subjects, to  name a few. Anyday now we can expect the  Continuing Ed brochure to land in our mailbox. Watch for il as there are always new  and interesting things to learn.  Okanagan visit  We spent last weekend in the Okanagan  visiting relatives and while there were no  fires visible, Ihe 'fallout' from the Penticton  fires was evident everywhere. There is a fine  layer of black soot on everything: cars, deck  furniture, house siding, windows, elc. Even  the grass - walk Ihrough it in bare feet and  your feet become black, as do Ihe dogs. I'm  lold there have been a lot of respiratory problems as a result of this fine black dust in the  air. How blessed we are to have the clean,  clear air we have here.  We were surprised at the cost of fruit and  vegetables at the roadside stands around  Oliver and Keremeos, the heart of the  orchards and farms. The prices were high  when you consider fruit is falling off the  trees and rotting on the ground. One cannot  help but Ihink of the millions of people in the  world who are starving and this wonderful  food is going to waste. We have seen Okanagan fruit and vegetables cheaper here on the  mainland than we saw up Ihere.  Fishing has been a great disappointment  this year to most fisherman. The dock, which  in years past was always abuzz with fish  being caught every day, has not attracted Ihe  numbers it usually does. If there are any  caught al all, ihey are usually not keepers  and have lo be thrown back. As you read  this, the Charlie Brookman Derby will have  taken place, so next week you will have all  the results.  Thrift shop  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary's Thrift  Shop continues to be one of the busiest  places in town with its bargain prices and  interesting assortment of goods. With  schooldays fast approaching, mothers, ever  mindful of the budget, are snapping up the  choicest apparel and outfitting their children  in fashion and style. The shop has been open  on Mondays for Ihe summer months to  accommodate visitors to the area, but will  resume its Monday closings after the holiday. Do enjoy Ihis last official week of summer!  Sechelt book sale  Friends of the Sechelt Library packed Iheir books and displays into the Festival Pavilion at  Rockwood Centre for a library fair last week. The sale of used books and goods goes towards a  Kind set up to help build a better library facility for the District of Sechelt.     Joel Johnstone photo  BRIAN AHLSTEN  0 years of award  winning experience  COASTWIDE  REALTY  885-0505  Tickets Mew ��n Sate for.  Nikki Weber presents a nighl with  The Rolling Tones  & Guests  Saturday September :$ ��� spin  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  v Gibsons  All proceeds in support of the  Gibsons Landing Revitalization Project  Dinner Theatre  Driftwood Players" present  "The Parallax Garden"  by Paddy Campbell  Saturday October 1 ��� 7pm  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  s Gibsons   Tickets available at...  Gibsons...  Branka's Boutique ��� Coast Books  The Landing General Store  jSayward Books, Sunnycrest Mall  .s^i Molly's Lane Market  Sechelt...  Talewind Books  Upcoming Ev��ntj%  Saturday Sepl !()��� io::toam- 4pm  Sunshine Coast Fall Pair  Dougal Park, Gibsons  Admission 50C  kids 12 & under FREE  Watch this paper for more details  go to health  by Dania Matialion  Have you seen Prevention  Care's Eating the Modern Way  on TV?  For those old enough to  remember, the TV health message features a 1950's type family, of Mom, Dad, and two kids  eating foods very high in fat.  Did you notice the little girl  pouring fatty gravy onto her  food? It turned my stomach, but  also alarmed me somewhat that  our heart healthy low fat eating  message might be translated for  children, too. Wrong!  It is definitely not great for  babies and toddlers to eat a low  fat diet.  Breast milk is the best milk  for infants and it's naturally  high in .fat and infant formula  copies this. Toddlers should  drink breast milk or whole milk  until they are at least two years  of age.  But whal aboul school-aged  kids and pre-schoolers? How  much fat is good for ihem? The  answer to lhat question involves  growth.  To grow well, children need  to get enough calories for activities and growth as well as plenty  of fat-soluble vitamins. Because  fat provides more than twice as  many calories as starches and  proteins, kids need to eat more  fai than adults just to get enough  calories to grow.  Peanut butter and cheese, for  example, can be good snack  foods for children. They pack  plenty of calories into a small  space as well as protein, vitamins and minerals.  Adults may need to choose  more moderate amounts of these  higher fat foods. Does thai mean  children shouldn't eal Ihe lower  fai meals Iheir parents do? Not  necessarily. They can be learning to enjoy these good tasting  lower fat foods with the rest of  Ihe family.  Eating the Modern Way is an  encouragement lo deal with the  fat tooth syndrome.  Fast foods and junky foods  are still laced wilh fai, chocolate, too.  These sort of empty calories  could be the foods we offer and  encourage in moderation.  By the time teens are making  independent food choices, it's  often a time of food rebellion or  peer comfort.  Of course, once teens have  finished growing, their bodies  are ready to eat the modern way,  but they are challenged by their  freedom to choose and pressures  to be in shape.  Eating the Modern Way still  has a strong message. Less  sauces and gravies, fatty meats  and dairy will keep most of us  trim for the year 2000.  When our young ones see  how we eat healthy, they can  leant to make heart smart choices for themselves when they  grow up.  Dania Maliation is the Community Nutritionist with Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit.  VINYL SIDING  Aluminum Sotlits, Path Covere 4 Rainps  MnytSimfedc flooring, Wtnfamst Handrail Coverings.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#108-5530 Wharf St. Sechelt  IN REAR OF NEW WHARF ST. PLAZA  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME   Jim Bain S8S4S72  ARCTIC  REFRIGERATION  ^/l vmemnui thi At)f)tintrueytt ol  \w_wwa3nmesmm  Dave formerly of Gateway Refrigeration in  Saskatoon, brings IS yrs of journeyman  refrigeration experience, with a strong  background in food store refrigeration and  air conditioning.  We are looking forward to providing  24 hr-day service to all the businesses on  the coast.  Call: 885-2134  Mon. - Fri.: 8:20 ��� 4:30  After hours paging: 885-5111  ___________ 10  Coast News, Augusi 29, lcW4  taw  I  LOGS  WANTED  community  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Mission boats return to Pender Harbour  1st fiid Course Calendar  SEPT.10  Heartsaver Plus  C.P.R. Course  (baby, child & adult)  SSS    $EW.tt,14i17  1st Aid Course  MID-OCT.  Industrial  1st Aid Course  (date to be announced)  885-1969  Georse Webb Instructor  of Safety Webb  by Roxanne Gregory  In all kinds of weather the  'sky pilots' braved coastal  waters, bringing spiritual and  physical healings to isolated  coastal residents for more lhan  seventy years.  The Columbia Coasl Mission  established hospitals al Rock  Bay, Texada Island, Garden Bay  and Alerl Bay, serving the  needs of the sick and injured.  They employed a small flotilla of vessels which carried clergy, doctors and dentists into isolated communities  Last weekend the Sundowner  Inn, formerly Sl. Mary's hospilal al Garden Bay, opened Ihe  doors of hospitality to welcome  home the mission boats, their  crews, and families whose lives  were touched by and sometimes  depended upon the mission  boats.  Sundowner owner Dallas  Brock promised the event would  be a walk down memory lane,  and it was.  Luella Duncan, the first bride  married in the chapel at St.  Mary's, explained why Ihe boats  were called sky pilots.  "As kids we thought they  brought Ihe message from God  out of the sky and across the  water to us."  All weekend Ihe Garden Bay  dock was crowded wilh curious  onlookers. Visions of yesterday  were moored at the floats.  The Columbia III, flagship  of the Columbia Coasl Missions,  now majestically restored by  owner Bill McKechnie, rolled  Almeda Scott aboard the Messenger III, one of six former mission  boats to return last week to Pender Harbour's Sundowner Inn,  formerly St Mary's Hospital. Joel Johnstone photo  gently beside the launch-like  vessel 'Argonaut,' once known  as the Thomas Crosby IV.  The Columbia, designed by  marine engineer Robert Allen  in 1956, was a hospital ship fea  turing portable X-ray equipment, a dental chair, and an  infirmary. She was crewed by a  captain, a chaplain, a doctor and  a deckhand. Her foc'sal was  designed as a chapel with altar,  a portable organ, and seated  twenty for marriages, Sunday  services, and baptisms.  McKechnie found the ship in  'pretty sad shape' in 1987.  "She'd been sold from the mission in 1978, because float  planes had taken over much of  the medical evacuations, and  she'd been used as a floating  bunkhouse for tree planters."  McKechnie bought her in  1988 and has spent six years  restoring her. She now is a charter vessel out of Victoria.  Other returned ships were the  Monserrado a.k.a. the Alan  Greene, named after Ihe  Columbia Coast Mission superintendent, the Chelsea II, a.k.a.  Ihe John Anile, The Veracity  and Ihe Messenger III.  Among the sold out crowds  enjoying dinner and literary  readings by Edith Iglauer and  Howard White al Ihe event Friday night were two of Alan  Greene's daughters.  Greene was the CCM's  superintendent from 1936-1960,  and his daughters Catherine  Tuck and Marjory Greene often  accompanied him in his sky  piloting.  "He was a hard taskmaster  aboard ship," Marjory said.  "It didn't make any difference is you were family or not,  everyone toed his line."  Sunday morning with fine  weather, the ships sailed inlo  history.  Dallas Brock is hoping this  historic reunion will become an  annual event.  Something extra for  Back to School?  ^Thrifty*  HELP THE .  Donation*    NfrMNorBoxMf  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 112  of Pender Harbour will be celebrating the  20th Anniversary of its new building on the  weekend of Sept. 17 and 18. On Saturday,  Sept. 17 there will be the regular meat draw,  but also Iwo 'free draws'. In the evening  there will be a dance to the great tunes of  Jack Bourne from 9 pm to 1 am.  Then you can get yourself home and rest  to come back next day to the 'open house' to  be held in the afternoon from 2 pm to 8 pm.  Music for your entertainment and light  refreshments will be served.  Anyone wilh pictures or memorabilia to  put on display. Please phone Joan Murphy at  883-1194. Sounds like a great weekend.  Irvines Landing Day  Starting al 8 am with a pancake breakfast,  (served by the way by the P.H. Lions Club  and all monies donated back to the 'cause'!),  followed by barbecue and sail races. More  details will follow next week when I have  more info.  It's too bad thai at that time we'll be in  Mount Angel, Oregon, to see some 300,000  people come through the little town no bigger than Sechelt. "There is gold in them there  hills." Il's all aboul 'how' you find it!  Mount Angel sticks out above the surrounding lands by maybe 100 feel! Can you  imagine how much we could make with  'our' mountains? Just the same all the  monies go to the 'cause', which in this case  is the new equipment needed needed by the  P.H. Health Centre and St. Mary's Hospital.  More details will follow as I receive them.  Mission boats gathering  This also was a great success wilh many  participants, both on the water and on shore.  This again proves that Ihis here Harbour has  to get out and promote its possibilities. It's  unlimited; all it takes is time and initiative.  Pender Harbour garbage dump  Some folks are still not reading this column and end up at the dump when it's  closed. So, tongue in cheek, I'll repeat again  the hours: open Thursday through Monday  from 10 am to 6 pm. Tuesday from 10 am to  2 pm. Closed all day Wednesday. I told you  to mark this down on your calendar, didn't I?  ii  ICBCAUTOPLANMOTOR VEHICLE  Efficient friendly service by  Trained I.C.B.C. & Motor Vehicle Staff  ICBC Vehicle Transfer  Special. Coverages  Temporary Permits  Violation Disputes  Registration & Insurance  Drivers Licenses  Learners Drivers Licenses  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  hallmoon happenings  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 Soulh Fletcher Road and Periwinkle Lane to read "Small Car  Qhly" 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  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  Visiting Texada  We spend a few days on the  island of Texada last week and  thoroughly enjoyed the activities ofthe Sandcastle Days.  Especially impressive was  the Moon Bags Ceremony.  This took place at dusk  where a bonfire was lit on the  beach, and from the flames of  the fire hundreds of candles  were lit, placed in white bags  which were attached to small  flat pieces of wood, then placed  at Ihe water's edge and floated  out lo.sea.  Under a moonlit sky it  looked like a flotilla of lit up  sailboats slowly floating  towards the horizon. A fireworks display followed, a rock  band sent out its vibes, and, in  all, it was a most enjoyable  evening.  The next day's celebrations  were in the ball park where Ihe  popular highlight was entertainment by a singing group known  as Ihe Texada Stars, under the  leadership of our own Nikki  Weber who now makes her  home on the island.  Brought back memories of  the good old days when the  Halfmoon Hams did their thing  and had so much fun. Actually,  the whole ambience of the  island was reminiscent of what  egmont news  it was like in this area some 10  or 15 years ago, before we were  discovered by developers.  There were deer all over the  place, just like it used to be on  Redrooffs, and the pleasing  thing was that on nearly all the  properties there were "no hunting" signs.  Brought bach  memories of the  good old days when  the Halfmoon Hams  did their thing and  bad so much fun  The folks Ihere like things  the way they are, they appreciate the wildlife and their trees,  and il will be a long lime before  concrete replaces iheir trees.  More on hummingbirds  I read with inleresl Brock  Hansen's letter lo the editor  regarding my suggestion that  feeders should be removed to  allow the birds to migrate further south.  Very interesting quotations  from experts, bul personally I  don't ihink it requires a degree  in ornithology to know thai artificially feeding any wildlife  species for long periods of lime  is harmful, lhat if a food supply  is easy, Ihe creature will lose its  ability to fend for itself in the  wild.  As for the statement that  Anna's hummingbirds overwinter and breed in December and  January in Vancouver, it is hard  to imagine that they could do so  unless they are in the vicinity of  some facility where there is an  abundance of blossoms.  According to Esther Quesada  Tyrrell's text in her book Hummingbirds, Their Life and  Behaviour", the Anna's do  breed principally during the  winter and early spring with the  abundance of blossoms and  insects that prevail afler the  rainy season.  Such is Ihe climate in California, but certainly not Ihis far  north unless we have an exceptionally warm winter.  So, despite advice from the  experts, I have removed Ihe  feeder and will fill it again in  March when the first hummingbird comes desperately looking  for nourishment when there are  no blossoms from which ihey  can feed naturally.  Thank yon Brock for pointing oul other people's opinions  on Ihis matter.  ll shows thai somebody reads  my column!  by Lyn Mees  There's a surprise coming lo  the hall, so keep your eyes  peeled everylime you go by. I'm  not exactly sure when il will  arrive, so you'll have lo keep  watching. I'll give you details  where, and why and when il  does gel Ihere.  I'll lell you one ihing though  - it's unreal, it's going lo make  our hall shine, with a clean up  and ihe new surprise we'll be a  happening thing.  Speaking of a cleanup on  Sepl. 10 and 11 we will be  working together to spruce up  the hall.  Thai's Salurday, Sepl. 10 and  Sunday, Sepl. 11, we'll start  around 10 am and see how we  feel, and what we gel accomplished. Please mark il down on  your calendar, and make Ihe  effort to be there, you can guess  what Marten says if you don't  show up.  Please, anyone interested in  volunteering for the thrift store,  don't be afraid to say so! I know  I asked Ihis last week, but just  reminding you.  I would like to thank the  folks at Ruby Lake Restaurant  for helping me gel my column to  you.  ��a* Coast News, August 29, 1994  11  leisure  Camp Salish focuses on native culture  by Jane Seyd  It's a sunny Thursday afternoon at Camp Salish and inside a  lodge, a group of teenagers sil at  benches, tracing sweeping lines  on to pieces of paper.  "Remember to keep your  wrists and fingers loose," says  Bradley Hunt, the art instructor  for this workshop on northwest  coast Native art, from  Ihe front of the room.         Nolice the movement in the lines, he  tells the group. The  strokes of the pencil  should be fluid, like  the motions of a  dancer.  His hands trace  patterns in the air, -  demonstrating   the  technique, while the teens look  over each other's papers.  Hunt begins to put the finishing touches on today's design at  the blackboard, tracing the shape  of an eyelid around an eye.  This workshop is just one  small part of life at Camp Salish,  which now continues through the  second part of its two-week program.  Twenly-three young men and  women between 13 and 18 years  old have gathered at Camp Byng  in Roberts Creek to take part in  the third year of the camp, run by  the non-profit Native Cultural  and Theatre Arts Society. Not all  of Ihem are of Native background, but the focus for Ihe  camp Is on learning aboul Native  culture and traditions.  In the first week of the camp,  workshops ranged from drum-  making with Sam Saul, storytelling wilh Sechelt elder Gilbert  Joe, acting wilh Sam Bob and a  class in Native Soulh American  percussion instruments with  Joseph Danza. Vince Slogan, a  medicine man and Native healer,  led a workshop on the meaning  of the medicine wheel, an important part of First Nations spirituality.  Annie Frazier-Henry, a local  First Nations writer and artist, is  Ihe driving force behind Camp  Salish.: ���' ��� -'���������''<  ��� "ll was a vision of hers locre-  ate something for youth," says  Donnelly Rhodes, president of  the society's board of directors.  "There are millions of camps  for kids who are in trouble," says  Rhodes. The focus of this camp  isn't on problems, but on what  it's possible to achieve.  "It's a kind of magical experience," he continues. "...They get  'It's a kind of  magical  experience'  ���Donnelly Rhodes  exposed to people who have  been successful in iheir fields, ll  has an incredible effect on  them."  Among Ihose taking part in  the camp Ihis week will be  renowned Haida artist Robert  Davidson, who will also perform  in Sechelt Friday evening with  his Rainbow Creek Dancers.  Artists    donate       their  lime  to  the  camp, receiving only  travelling expenses  and a small honorarium, "which some-  limes could be a  pouch of tobacco that  we've prayed over,"  says Rhodes.  ��������� For Hunt, who's  been involved in the  camp for two years now, the  workshops offer a chance for  teens lo be exposed to Native  culture - something he says he  didn't have much of when he  was growing up.  Back then, "the culture was  pretty well pushed aside," he  says. "...I wasn't encouraged to  do Native art."  "A lot of kids say 'I can't  draw,'" he comments. "...They  find out they can."  "Mine wasn't thai good when  I first started either."  Rose Peters of Duncan said  she's enjoyed the camp so far,  particularly learning about the  smudge ceremony: "Nobody  laughed or anything." What will  she remember about the camp?  "I guess, caring," she says.  Hunt says he hopes the  teenagers will also take away a  bit of the culture when they finish their workshops this week.  Members of Ihe Utile Ravens native dance group work out in a  NIA technique body movement class Thursday at Camp Salish.  Below, a mostly-midwestern native dance demonstration for  students ofthe camp. Camp Salish wraps up this year's program  performing with Robert Davidson and the Rainbow Creek  Dancers at the Festival Pavilion, Sept. 2.  Joel Johnstone photo (above)/Roxanne Gregory pholo (below)  International lineup slated  for annual Storytelling festival  ^^Wjtor,*  From Sepl. 30 to Oct. 2, storytellers from Belfast to Zimbabwe will gather al Rockwood  Centre for its Third Annual Slo-  ryTelling Festival.  This year's festival promises  to offer one of the best line ups  of tellers and tales to date.  Exploring ihe theme, "A Patchwork Quill of Tales," guests  from British Columbia, Alberta,  Ontario and Northern Ireland  will bring Iheir patches of folklore and threads of story.  The opening night performance features Reid Needles  wilh Wingfield stories written  by brother Dan Needles.  Dan Needles' adventures on  Wingfield farm have kept audiences and readers in stitches of  laughter.  Reid Needles, an actor and  teacher, was firsl to bring the  Wingfield tales to stage.  Steafan Hannigan, 'a Belfast  immigrant living in London,  England,' presents an evening  of tales and tunes on Ihe Salurday evening.  Steafan comes off a busy  summer tour of folk festivals  and storytelling festivals in England and Canada.  The fabric of Hannigan's stories and tunes are stilched with  Ihe unique Irish humour and  charm.  Sunday evening draws  together tellers from the whole  weekend for a Come All Ye:  Quill of Tales.  A grab bag of storytellers  will have time to share one of  their favourite tales wilh the  audience.  Who knows who will be on  hand lo spin and weave their  slory?  Daytime shows and workshops will be filled with stories  from around the world by tellers  from around the world.  Shows cater lo all ages, from  the preschool set to senior  adults. Festival brochures are  available from Rockwood Centre or at various outlets throughout the Coast.  For more information call  885-2522.  THE    SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  Chatelech  Secondary School   School District No. 46 y  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. VON 3AO  Chatelech  Secondary School   School District No. 46 y  NEW REGISTRATIONS  Counsellors will be available August 29 -  September 2 (9am to 3 pm) to register new  students. Please bring records from previous  school. Phone if you need to make an  appointment for a specific time: 885-3216  RETURNING STUDENTS  Classes start on Sept.6. Homeroom lists will  be posted on Sept. 2. Student timetable will  be available in homeroom on. Sept.6.  School office: 885-3216  P.O. Box'1430 Sechelt B.C. VON 3AO  If you have a news story, or see news  happening, call the Coast News at  886-2622 or 885-3930  - QOOD STUFF  HEALTH FOODS  "If it's Health JooifWe Trobabttj Have it".  A PULL SELECTION OF...  vitamin ^herbs  cereal grains+fresh nuts  spices+unsulphured dried fruit  - Visit our lunch counter  - homemade Soup &  Sandwiches  -MadeToQoor'Eatln  - Serving the Coast  for 16 years.  Oitid. assistance? Sheila can fte(p!  ->(���')(> ( OWRII   ST.  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Joel Johnstone photo  Building the Arts project wraps up  After forty weeks, the Building the Arts project is complete,  leaving behind newly renovated  buildings and a legacy of art all,  along the Sunshine Coast.  Sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Community Futures  Association, five arts organizations and a community  playschool benefited from the  project with major facility  improvements and renovations.  The $128,000 program was  funded as a Job Development  project through the federal  office of Human Resources  Development Canada.  Sharon Anderchek, manager  of the Community Futures program on the Coasl, said the project was a success, employing a  crew of five to learn carpentry  skills while assisting the arts  groups to achieve their goals.  Anderchek gave credit to  Ray Audet, who provided the  project management expertise,  and Rick McGuire, who handled  Ihe administration and overall  project planning.  Starting in Gibsons on the  restoration of the Women's  Institute Hall, the work crew  progressed up the Sunshine  Coast to complete  a major addition ���������  and renovation to  the Pender Harbour School of  Music.  "The arts in  Pender will be  enhanced with the  opening of the  new facility overlooking the harbour," said  Anderchek, in a  press release to ������_  the Coast News.  She added larger audiences  will be able to enjoy the spectacular scenery of Pender Harbour in a "bright and airy facility" with a large, outdoor deck.  The Harbour Gallery was  also improved to allow year-  round use of the facility. On the  same site as the gallery is the  Serendipity Playschool. This  "The arts in  Pender will be  enhanced with  the opening of  the new facility  overlooking  the harbour'  -Shardn Anderchek  building was renovated to make  it accessible for wheelchairs.  Anderchek said a bid to build  a school for the arts at Rockwood Centre, in  ���~~~^~ Sechelt was lost  due to federal  funding cut-backs  to the community  futures program.  However,  funding was  available for the  work crew to  construct a storage shed adjacent  to the festival  .pavilion on. the        Rockwood site.  The Festival of  Ihe Written Arts now has a  secure facility for the storage of  outdoor equipment, Anderchek  said.  The Arts Centre in Sechelt  also benefited from Ihe project  with newly paved laneways  winding through their gardens.  The wide variety of projects  enabled the crew to learn foot  ings and foundations, framing,  roofing, electrical, plumbing  and finishing.  Job search techniques were  also included in the seven-  month program.  The project wrapped up Friday, Aug. 12 with a reception  for all participants at the newly  completed Pender Harbour  School of Music in Madeira  Park.  The mandate of the Community Futures on the Coast is to  aid community economic development ��� including social, economic and culluf^flfpflaifl^  ff,(>n?,,Pe|nfi?riH*,':!'P,^.^i  Eginont.  ������  Meanwhile Anderchek said  Community Futures will, be  merging with Ihe Sunshine  Coast Business Developmeni  Centre by the beginning of the  next year.  She said the move was a federal initiative to simplify the  current application process  under the programs and reduce  federal costs.  Singer Tracy Riley  returns to the Creek  The Acoustic Gumboot Folk  Society opens its new season  with a performance by Yel-  lowknife, and sometimes Sunshine Coast, resident Tracy  Riley.  An accomplished musician  and singer-songwriter, it is  Tracy's engaging humour and  energy that finds that immediate  audience connection.  Tracy's music is folk-based,  laced with the rhythm of blues  and jazz.  The Yellowknife-based performer has taken her versatile  sound on the road from her  hometown of Montreal to Inuvik  and throughout the United  States.  The Acoustic Gumboot Folk  Society continues its tradition of  quality folk music entertainment  in Roberts Creek.  Juno award winning James  Keelaghan performs at Ihe  Roberts Creek Hall on Saturday  October 15.  Tracy Riley performs al the  Gumboot Garden Cafe, in  Roberts Creek on Friday,  September 2 at 8 pm. This stop  in her busy lour schedule marks  the debut of her new CD, Only  Once.  A limited number of tickets  are available al Scott's Music,  the Creek General Store, and  Coast Books.  Tickets for this licensed evenl  are $13. For information call  885-2294.  r  CLIP & SAVE  BC����R,es Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdale Leave Horseshoe Bay Leave Earti Cove  6:20 am       2:30 7:30 am     3:30 6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:30 4:30 pm 9:30 M      5:30 pm 8:20 6:30  10:30 6:30 11:30        7:25 M 10:30 B:30  12:25pmM  8:20M 1:15pm    9:15 12:25pmM   10:20M  M-dwoliUivmeliBui M. dtnout llimtek Bui  TttVsVlraHAtASS ja'jiw jtlwdululonfndiv, Sundjy,mdhoUiv Monddv, OMY Iron June 24loStvt 6Iwsr HwwJxw ttr, 1100 pm luvc l*>gtljlc 1010pm  This lerry S< hcdulc  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am     3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  (T  SUSSEX  REALTY  The top si:i.i.in(.  THE LANDING GENERAL STOQE  Out with the Old...  In with the New!  Watch for bargain*; as new Slock aniivs  272 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons landing��886-2818  I \     (,  iwiirtiKt QfTio tMAoen in sal*$ or mma a ��wh*ty)  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622  or 885-39301  Film  to aid  'One Straw'  "Wonderland", a film  exploring enlightened use of  agricultural land, will be shown  at the Community Services  Building (5638 Inlet Avenue,  Sechell) at 7:30 pm, Thursday,  September 8. Producer Robert  Nichol of Gibsons will be available for questions and discussion afterward.  This event is sponsored by  "One Straw" a non-profit group  promoting organic agriculture  on the Coast. Admission is by  donation. Call 885-6070.  ____t  ��� ^ feature  Coast News, August 29, 1994  13  Coast wakes up with ferry boat service  Part2of2       by Dick Kennett  While two sons of doctor  Fred Inglis became  prominent doctors, the  other two were very much  involved in the movement of passengers and freight by water. Son  Jack Inglis with his water taxi  operations and the younger son  Eric Inglis in the movement of  freightby land and water.  There was a definite need after  the war to improve and expand  water transport in Howe Sound  and Jack recalls he had contemplated applying for a water franchise to carry passengers between  Gibsons Landing and Horseshoe  Bay on a scheduled basis.  "An old fiend of mine, Mr.  Justice Sidney Smith, offered to  go to bat for me but, reluctantly, I  never proceeded with a formal  application as politics, maneuvering and pressure tactics were  abounding as Union Steamships  was pondering its future operations in Howe Sound."  Finally, when it was all  "saucered and blown on" Gordon  Ballentine and George Frith after  months of public hearings and  negotiations were granted a  scheduled passenger franchise  between Fisherman's Cove and  Gibsons Landing known as the  Sea Bus Lines.  Sea Bus Lines did a yeoman  service in transporting passengers  beginning in November 1945 but  in the long run it proved inadequate. Then along came Gibson  Bros. Logging company who purchased Gordon Ballentine's  majority (55 per cent) interest,  moved the franchise to Horseshoe  Bay and began regular passenger  service to Gibsons Landing with  the stout navy converted Fairmile  "MV Machigonne. Aboard were  skippers Gillespie and the legendary John Bunyan along with  the well known local John Atlee  as deckhand. The service offered  as many as three round trips daily  increasing to as many as five trips  in the summer heat and tourist  season.  Eventually Gibson Bros, sold  their franchise - with government  intervention playing a part in the  scheme of things - and what fol-  l&ta (*oved a rather interesting  leading up to a car ferry service.  For some time, Eric Inglis had  been involved in freight movement both in Gibsons Landing  area also moving Champion and  White barge service to Vancouver. Later on when the firm  ceased operations to Howe  Sound, Inglis joined forces with  Dick Fitchett (Gibson Building  Supplies) and continued a barge  service to Vancouver using Gulf  of Georgia tugs and a barge on  renlal agreement.  Eric readily recalls, "I had my  trucks around Gibsons, the first  one was a 1929 Model A Ford  one ton I bought from Harry  Smith's older brother Chuck,  increased later to three trucks and  a logging iruck converted from a  heavy army vehicle. Right up to  the start of the car ferry in 1951  Dick Fitchett and I moved much  freight between Vancouver and  Gibsons Landing, both ways.  With the start of Ihe car ferry I  formed Vancouver-Gibsons  Freight Lines, built a warehouse  in Gibsons and never looked  back."  Eric Inglis points out, "Joe  Higss had (old me his fath from  Ihe main deck up, father Thomas  Leonard Higgs and brother  William York Higgs, both no  strangers lo water transport and  tugs as well as operators of the  Nanaimo - Gabriola ferry, were in  the running for car ferry service  franchise."  Al this time, Captain A.N.  Peabody had just sold hit Puget  Sound Navigation Ferry system  to Ihe State of Washington  Lo and behold, a deal was  struck with Captain Peabody who  had retained five ferries from his  sale to the slate, to move Ihem to  Canadian registry, agreeing to  advance funds to the government  (said to be a million dollars) to  build and improve the roads in  question.  Captain Peabody and his  Black Ball Canadian had the franchise and was soon in business in  Howe Sound with his five vessels  MV Quillayute, Bainbridge, City  of Sacramento (Kahloke), MV  Chinook II and a lesser ferry  Malahat.  Initially called the Black Ball  Ferries, MV Quillayute was master of the Jervis Inlet run. Captain  Peabody then purchased the ferry  &*_**%'  Evergreen Landscaping  serving the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years   ���   TOP QUALITY: Workmanship, Design, Materials  FOH YOUR: Landscape, Irrigation, Fencing needs  DESIGN, CONSULTATION or FREE ESTIMATE  inquiries welcome for our  DO-IT-YOURSELF packages  885-5033   Fax 885 3066  // you want to do if once, call us first!  The S.S. Smokwa (above),  was placed on the Horseshoe  Bay to Langdale run May 18,  1956. (Lett) The M.V.  Bainbridge serviced  Horseshoe Bay to Gibsons In  1951. (Below) the M.V.  Machigonne took over from  Sea Bus Lines and operated  from Horseshoe Bay to  Gibsons Landing till car ferry  service began in August 1951.  Puget Sound Maritime Historical  Society photos  WORKING IN TRADES  Employment Training Program  Starts October 11,1994  Through a combination of classroom I shop instruction and on the  Job experience this 37 week program gives skill exposure in...  CARPENTRY / CONSTRUCTION  ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONICS / HEAVY EQUIPMENT  SMALL ENGINE / AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR  COMPUTERS / MATH & COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADING  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT / JOB SEARCH  TECHNIQUES & WORK EXPERIENCE  An orientation eeeelon will be held Tuesday, September 13  at 7pm. 1019 Venture Way, Gibeone.  To register call 086-3807  If yOU're not USing it-  why not sell it in the  Coast News Classifieds?  newc  S!  "SS Smokwa" and moved her to  Howe Sound to join Bainbridge  under the Black Ball flag. In  1954, the City of Sacramento was  completely refitted from the main  deck up, renamed MV Kahloke  and placed on the Horseshoe  Bay-Nanaimo (Departure Bay)  run and later added the sleek near  new Chinnook II.  I till some years later William  I Andrew Cecil Bennett, the  'Premier of British  Columbia took the bull by the  horns and purchased all of the  Black Ball system for $6,795,487  lock stock and barrel with the  opposition parties raising the roof  over the outlandish price, but  there it stood.  With the broadening onslaught  of increased car ferry service in  Howe Sound, Union Steamships  ceased service to the area in 1951  although Gibsons Landing harbour master Harry Smith recalls  they did have a small fleet of passenger launches but they were not  used on the West Howe Sound  route.  In effect, Union Steamship  was on the wane and rumours  were abounding that loo many on  the board of directors were feathering their nests while another  reliable source maintained Union  had not acted to replace and  renew ships and tonnage in the  decade before the war.  Another source said Union's  eventual demise in 1959 (iheir  remaining vessels sold to Northland Navigation) was that the  hurried purchase and refitting of  Castle class corvettes acquired  after the war was far too costly.  So Ihe champion of coastal passenger and freight service was  now history.  Harry Smith had Ihis to say  about Union Steamships: "I was  their ticket agent after the war  and I know personally Oerald  Rushton a pioneer Union employ  ee who wrote the two books on  Union Steamships, Whistle up the  Inlet and Echoes of the Whistle.  He was my boss!"  Just recently Gerald Rushton  passed away at the age of 95  years.  And Wally Peterson, all he  wants is the British Columbia  Ferry Corporation to name a ferry  after Gibsons.  After all, the first car ferry in  Howe Sound was suited in Gibsons.  Pioneer Chuck Winegarden in  1951, a resident for some 60  years was married to one of the .  daughters of founder George Gib  son, proudly cut the tape inaugurating the service from Gibsons  wharf along with his daughter  Gertie Corlett on this gala occasion.  Chuck, buried in Gibaona Pioneer Park, was a preemptor of  land at the top of the Mil, an old  time logger who waa a top notch  water dowser with the willow  stick, never left the Landing very  often, except, for sure, the  Orangemens' parade in New  Westminster every July 12.  "Spirit of Gibsons"? Michael  A. Martin, the Admiral of the  fleet informs me it's a reasonable  request.  RX.V.F.l).  ANY past members  who have NOT received  an invitation to the  25th REUNION  please leave name & address  ,,       atftg5-5111  TOTAL SHOPPING  7DAYSAVHK  AUChrnonProduca  ____  883-2929  Tops, Tarps ft Covers  Upholstery 4 Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  B.C.Hydro is experiencing  a labour disruption.  While we're working lo 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  Pender nutxw'a ONLY Ful Line  Sporting Goodn Store  OimcrnfHwyini A  Fntu l�� Pmlnwb Rd 883-2763  I Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 Mile North of Garden Bay Rd.  HWY. 101 ��� 883-9541  S?  Sillier  Sands  Pender Harbour. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STOM  MOBILE HOMESl  New & Used  Instant Housing  883-9338 OR 5*9043211  Gill Collect  ^ROOFING  Tar a Oravel. Shakes. Shingles,  Metal Roofc, Torch On, Dtirokls  LOWING!  WILDING LTD.  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September 10/94 10am-2pm  Sunshine Coast Arena  Monday:  Kids Skate ��� 3:30 - 4pm  CanSkate I ��� 4 - Spm  CanSkate II ��� 3 - 6pm  Test-6:15-8:30pm  Tuesday:  Test ��� 3:30 - 6pm  CanFigure/Jr Test ��� 6:15 - 7:45pm  Wednesday:  Test ��� 6 - 8am  CanSkate I ��� 3:50 - 4:30pm  CanSkate II ��� 4:30 ��� 5:30pm  PowerSkate ��� 5:30 - 6:30pm (Seniors)  Thursday:  Test ��� 3:30 - 5:45pm  PowerSkate ��� 5:45 - 6:45pm (Juniors)  Friday:  Test ��� 6 - Sam  CanPigure/ Jr Test ��� 5:45 ��� 7:15pm  )  Kids Skate ��� $90  CanSkate I *$190  CanSkate II <$I90  CanPigure ��� $325  Jr. Test-$180  Test ��� $425  Power Skate $125 ��� 14 Sessions  DO Phone Registrations Accepted  25 WEEK  Plus $34  CPSA Registration  &  Lottery Book  sports  Gibsons Bantams win championship  1994 Gibsons Lions composed of 13-and 14-year-olds  travelled to Chilliwack for a four  day provincial championship  tournament on Aug.il bringing  home the "Gold" on Aug. 14.  The team won all its games in  the zones the previous weekend  and joined with nine other zone  winning teams from around the  province to determine the  provincial champs.  The 10 teams were divided  inlo two sides of five teams.  Each side played a round robin  with the top two teams from each  side moving onto the semi-final  games. On the side wilh Gibsons  were teams from Westside  (Kelowna), Richmond, Enderby,  and Chilliwack. On the other  side were teams from Mission,  Newton, Burnaby, Ridge Meadows and Revelstoke.  In the first game, Westside  gained the lead in the first inning  and Gibsons never caught up losing to Westside 7 lo 4.  The second game saw Gibsons come on strong. After 6  innings the team had a 10 run  lead over Richmond who scored  no runs. The mercy rule was in  effect and the game was over.  The third game against Enderby  was really a full team effort  game with Gibsons winning 7 to  6.  The fourth game against  Chilliwack was a high-hitting  game with Chilliwack obtaining  11 base hits and Gibsons obtaining nine base hits. Gibsons who  won 14 to 13.  After the round-robin games,  Westside placed first and Gibsons second on Side A and Rev-  Back Left to Right: Gary Johnson, Aaron Hately, Dine Ruck, Grant Lllley, Scott Bishop, Nick  Mackay, Brian Swanson, Mike Sopow, Jeremy Ruck, Stan Sopow, Harley Redfcrn, Rod Lucas.  Front: Colin Urquhart, Jody Underwood, Blair Chapman, Ryan Swanson, Mike Husband, Randy  Turlock. Lying: Steve Stevenson. photo submitted  elstoke placed first and Newton  second on Side B. The semi-final  game between Gibsons and Revelstoke was another tough game  for Gibsons. At the end of five  innings, the score was 2 -2.  Grant Lilley pitching the seventh  inning struck out the first three  batters to end the game with a  score of Gibsons 5, Revelstoke 2.  The final game pitted Gibsons  against the only team we losl to -  Westside - who beat Newton in  their semi-final.  Westside was surprised to  encounter a different team lhan  they firsl met. Gibsons was up  for this game, spirits were high  and Westside had problems batting against out first pitcher Jody  Underwood who struck out six of  15 batten allowing two base hits  and one run in Ihe first four  innings. At the end of six  innings, Gibsons led Westside 8  to 3. During the top of the seventh, Westside obtained a double  play on Gibsons and won an  appeal over one of our runners  missing a base. This encouraged  the Westside team. Their first  batter scored a base hit from our  pitcher Grant Lilley. Their second batter hit to Ryan Swanson  (SS) who threw the ball to Blair  Chapman (2nd) for the tag at second on the runner, then Blair  threw to Nick Mackay (1st) for  the out on (he batter completing  the double play.  Batter number three came up  and after full count with one  extra foul ball, Grant struck the  batter out and the game was over  wilh the Gibsons Lions winning  the BCMBA Bantam Double AA  Provincial Championships for  1994.  Congratulations to the 1994  Gibsons Lions Coaches and to  Susan Underwood for her efforts.  Gibsons rider excels in world championships  by Darah Hansen  Experience has paid off for  17-year-old equestrian Jenny  MacDonald of Gibsons.  MacDonald has just returned  from competition in one of the  largest youth equine events in  Communication, Energy & Paperworker's Union of Canada ��� Local 1119, Port Mellon  CANCER CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT,  Open to the public ��� All proceeds to "Camp Good Timef  September 4,1994 ��� Sechelt GoH ft Country Chib  Start Morning 7:45 a.m. (plus possible afternoon start at 1:00 p.m.)  $40.00 per golfer or Si 80.00 per team (includes - golf, food and lots of prizes!)  Register at the Sechelt Pro Shop with Dave Charlton at 885-4653  ��� Russ MacLeod at 886-7908 (alter 4p.m.) ��� Martin Henry at 886-4630 (after 4 p.m.)  During work hours call 884-5223, local 257  Texas scramble golf play (four ball, best ball) ��� Lois of fun for beginners!!!  North America ��� The 24th  Annual American Junior Quarter Horse Association World  Championship in Fort Worth,  Texas.  In two events ��� Hunter  Under Saddle and Western  Horsemanship ��� the young  rider placed seventh and third  place respectively. MacDonald  competed in both events against  over 90 other riders. The event  took place the week of Aug. 6  to 13.  MacDonald competed with  her horse Dynamic Duplication  ��� an eight-year-old brown  gelding.  Last year was MacDonald's  first time competing in the  world championship. While she  didn't pick up a prize, she did  gain the experience and confidence to attend this year's show  and place in the top ten, said  MacDonald's mother, Wendy  MacDonald.  The world-championship  Jenny MacDonald  competition is an invitational  event. Approximately 1,700  competitors, aged 19 and under,  competed for 30 world championship titles as well as prizes.  Each competitor in the event  was required to earn a predetermined number of points at  American Quarterhorse Association-approved shows earlier in  the year before coming to  Texas.  Wendy MacDonald said her  daughler will continue to compete in other equestrian events  throughout the rest of the riding  season.  She has three shows in B.C.  and Washington in September.  In October she will travel to  Columbus, Ohio, and, in  November, to Oklahama City.  In an earlier interview, MacDonald said she has been riding  quarterhorses since she was 12-  years-old.  She said she prefers the  breed to others because of the  animal's versatility in a variety  of events including jumping,  racing and showing in both  English and western riding  styles.  |l(  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TOP SELLING OFFICE  N   GIBSONS  (MUL7PL��/jS7����L��4DER��SuU��S(rHO��CS4ft)C��l^  Notice Board  Oitoiai tvnU Ml bt .fd.lt* wesalMy  We totrve Ihe right lo edit submissions tot brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine communily intereii  Hems will be listed Ihree weeks prior lo the evenl  DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  MONDAY, AUOUST 2t  Fibromyalgia Aisoclttlon of I.C.  Pmldtnt Sntron Green will bo special  gum spitktr. 7-9 pm, Coast-Garibaldi  HmWi Unit, Gibsons  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3  Porpoise lay Provincial *ark Visitor  Programe: 1:30 pm: Surry. Starry Nie/nt  moat our special guest from H H  MacMillan Planetarium's travailing  aatronomy program. Begin with a slide  ahom at tne amphitheatre, followed by a  trip to the batch to look through  Ctntdt's Itrgttt portaDH telescope  Ptndtf Htrbour Strip Mitt. 10 am-3  pm, P.H. Community Hill For libit  rentals, contict Tammy, 883-9199  ���UNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4  BC Dine* Society auditions for dancers  for 2nd Ctlebrallon of Dance. 10 am,  Frank Wist Community Use Room,  Chatter Rd. Firehall  Futlvil of thl Wrltttn Artt presents  Mostly Mozirt Conctrt III, Festival  Players Canada. 2 pm, Festival Pavilion  Info: 885 9631  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I  St. Mary'e Hospital Auxiliary. Sechelt  Branch, first monthly molting of the fall  season, 1:30 pm, St. Hilda's Hall  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10  S.C. Pill Fair. Dougal Park, Qibsons.  Enlries Sept 9, 6:30-9 pm, Sept. 10 8-9  im Ptncake breakfast 9 am. opining  10:30 am. Craft fair participants register  now. Volunteers or for info, call 886-9058  or 886-6106.  St. Miry'l Hotpltil Auxllliry. Sechell  Branch Craft Oroup wW be boning a sale  of handmada articles It Trail Bay Mall,  starting at 9:30 am.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  Sunday School Registration Qibsons  United Church. 11 am  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Group  mothtrs' muting, 10 sm, moms 8 babies  welcome. Prigntnp PHtst comtl Any  questions or concerns can be discussed  Topic: AoVanlims of Breasrfted'ng ro  Mother 4 Baby Into: Liurit. 886-7900 or  Roxtr,m, 886-3230  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  Bltvirt, Cubt, Scoutl, Venturtn  registration tor Qibsons, 7-9 pm. Kin Hut,  Dougal Park.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19  Cintdlin Cineir Soelsty, 8.0. Unit  regular monthly meeting. 1 pm. SCRD  boardroom, Royal Terraces, Sechelt.  Public Welcome Info: 886-6765.  MISCELLANEOUS  Pity Bridge for Hetrt: easy, fun and  earns a charitable tax receipt, too Your  foursome and choice ol when and where  nine sessions belore April 15, 1995. For  details, call Doo Diether at 888-7340 or  Eleanor Chlnmck at 866-2981 39  Qlaaa Sculptural by David Montpetit at  tht following galleries Quay works  (Qibsons), Sechelt Arts Centre. Qarden  sty Gallery {By appointment - 883-2142)  35  Children'! Week tn Olbeons Aug 28-  Sept 4. For Inlo on program for children  tnd parents, can St. Bart's Church, 886-  2064 or 886-7410  S.C. Msrltlmi History Centre. Mollys  Lane. Qibsons. Displays ot marine  artitacta. models, photographs Come  enjoy our maritime history. Open dally,  11:30 am 4:00 pm Inlo 886-9056      35  Kltfa' Day Clubt lor ages 10-13,  Tuesdtys, July 19-Aug 30, 9 30 am-3 30  pm. Bethel Baptist Church Register  ASAP: 885-2454 or 685-3919  Junior Youth Dey Clube for ages 10 13  Thursdays, July 21-Aug 26. 9 30 am  3 30 pm. Bethel Baptist Church Register  ASAP 885 2454 ot 685-3919  Elpblmtoni Pioneer Museum 716  Winn Rd . across from Post Ollice,  Qibsons A wldt variety ol displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artilacts ol the Cosst Open 7  days a week. Mondays 8 Tuesdays, 1-5  pm ind Wednesday through Sunday. 9-  530 pm Admission by donation Call  686-8232 for mora Into  Parent-Tot Drop-In tor parents with children up to 5 9:30-11 30 am at the lollowing locations: Qibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tuts . Wed , Fri): Sechelt St  Hilda's Church Had (Tins I; Wilson Creek  Community Hill (Thun). Inlo:  Community Services, 885-5861.  Stsuilly TrtntmiUid Dltttit Clinic:  (HIV. information, counselling tnd testing) Phone for appointment In Gibsons  886-5600. Sechell 885-5164.  Slnglt S Pregnant? Ctll thl Health Unit  -886-5600  Printtil Hosplttl Tour: phone Sl  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  for tour. 865-2224. Prenatal only  ���trim ��� Btby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meet other parents and  discuss common conctrns Tht group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S. Fletcher. Qibsons md In  Sechelt at SS71 Inlet on Wednesdiys  from 1 -3:30 pm.  School Inky Booittr Clinks A booster dose ot dipbthorlt, tetanus md ptrtus-  sis is importint for children enuring  school. Gibsons clinics - 666-5600.  Sid!*! cknlcs ��� 885-5164  MONDAYS  Rieoimy, Int. ofUrs ��� ttlf hup method  to overcome Itw negative lutings that  comi from fur, ingir. depression ind  contunt iffltuty. 7 9 pm, Tht Wellness  Centre. Glbtoni Into: 886 8028        35  HIV-PoeKfve Support Oroup. tinfocted.  frlanda ind family) mull in Qibsons  info: Robby. 686-3352 (leave msg) or  Oon. 8640001 35  Flbromyilgli Support Group. 7 9 pm.  Coist-GiriDaidi mum Unit  TUESOAYS  ���Living With Cinctr" Support Group  mills ivtry othir Tuisday. Kirkland  Centre. Onto Bay. 1 pm. Info 885-5861  or 8866369.  WEDNESDAYS  Poitptrtum Depression Support  Group - QMont Hoilth Una, 1 -2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3d Wtlght Lou Support Group  mutt iftirnoons 10 3012:30pm, cill  666-2662, ind evenings 6:308:00pm,  ctll 686-7159, it thi United Church,  Glasslord Rd, Gibtons  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. 7-9 pm  Continental service - everyone welcome  No tppointmmt needed Info: 886-7770.  TOPS wtlkly meetings. 6:30-6 pm.  Chasltr Houtt Into: Norma. 866-7756 35  FRIDAYS  ���nut SiH-EKim Clime: FM Friday of  ���aeh month, 7:30-9 pm, Gibsons Health  Unit  Unlttd Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church bistmenl, line off Trueman  Road.  Kayaking the "Chuck":  adventure or stupidity?  by Keith Thirkell  Long time Egmont fisherman  Billy Griffith can'l understand  why sane people would go near  the Skookumchuck rapids with  kayaks.  "Only fools and people who  want to die young are crazy  enough lo get in small boats and  play around in those rapids; just  iasl year someone died doing it."  Griffith says even large boats  with tons of power slay clear of  the rapids when they'rerunning.  "I've seen huge gravel barges go  by upside down and as far as I  know there's three barges  that've gone down all together.  "People who fool around oul  there are asking for trouble; the  water underneath is totally  unpredictable and sometimes  moves in the opposite direction  from the water on top."  But it's exactly this lure of  danger and excitement that is  making the Skookumchuck a hot  spot for adventure-seeking  tourists from all over the world.  David Cooks, from Shasta  California, who calls himself an  'outdoor educator,' says shooting the Skookumchuck rapids is  right up there with some of Ihe  best Whitewater kayak rivers in  North America. And Cooks  should know... He's shot most of  them. Cooks along wilh Iwo  other Americans and two New  Zealanders spent a couple of  days lasl week  testing them  selves against the juggernaut of  tidal water that surges through  the Skookumchuk.  "We read about these rapids  in a Whitewater guide book and  it was irresistible. It's a lot different than a river. I think the  conditions of the water are more  uncertain than a river but probably safer," Cooks remarked.  "And with every incoming  tide the water and wave conditions are different; it's greal.  You can get some amazing len  fool standing waves and Iota of  boils and holes lhal could suck a  boat down in seconds." But  Cooks says safely is paramount  and they are prepared. Cooks is  a professional guide and doesn't  recommend inexperienced  kayakers go any where near the  'Chuck'.  Cooks says the chuck is a  jewel and he'll be back with lots  of friends. And of coarse that  bodes well economically for  Egmont and the Coast. "I bet we  each spent a couple of hundred  (J.S. dollars up here," Cooks  remarked. And the day before  he said a similar group of German kayakers did the same.  So it may not be what seasoned seafaring sailors like Griffith would call sport, but it's safe  to say, the world's adventure  tourism community is finding  oul about the dangerous and  mystique-shrouded Skookumchuck.  -   ���- r -   -   - - -  ,. -  - v  ____________ Coast News, August 29, 1994  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  V     ____ <���*>  Sal.8-b.Sun.1oV  SECHELT RADIATORS   ���1 CtaMjU 'Ming St/atem Semite Cenfre  Wl Kipili le Rrpiw'r ihiVHr��uVf:��ii\,V(;ii Vaiiki "N  | AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTOR* INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Unit * Krhnill ��� lick up ll Delivery J  loir. ��� Sat.  S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All typos of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  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The Coast News    >  GARDENING  Excavatingrl\  Gunner Chrletleneen Bf ktVL  C��ll1-eS740M S0C7RR1     JMB  Olbeone. BC VONWoaj K/  JL AIMING CONTRACTORS  ��� ImmotrtjiKTtM hinting ��� Prnture Wuhing  ��� Soiiitntul ir Cooimndil ��� lop Quality Mittmli I  "Free Bstfmafes"  885-5111��George * 24hr Answering Servtct.  Kathryn Mussells  885-3458  Gardening Services 16  Coast News, Augusi 29, 1994  Take Adz'antage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Rttn your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  mfjj** Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Homes &  Property  MONEY AVAILABLE  BORROW ON YOUR HOME EQUITY  1ST. 2ND. 3RD MORTGAGES|  Nol Dosed on job staOility,  oge oi ciedlt.  Consoldolon, car  or whatever good leoson  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  BAYF1EW  INVESTMENT SERVICES LTD  20577 FRASER HWY  LANGLEY  SECHELT TEL: 885-5527  VIEW Tastefully decorated 2  bdrm condo. Ground level entry.  Cenlral location, Oceanview Classics. Near schools & shopping.  Gibsons. Call eves, alter 5 pm.  6660362. ss  MARINA PLACE  Very 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 lo stores 886-  4190. tfns  Central Gibsons home close lo  shopping, in pleasant, quiet family  oriented area. 13 yrs. old with 3  bdrms and potential 4th and a  downstairs suite. Two baths.  Enclosed parking, landscaped,  haidwood floor in kitchen and dining room and a nice south facing  deck with a completely lenced  yard oul back. Currently rented.  Excellent investment property.  $155,000 lirm. 886-3573.     ��36w  Gorgeous level entry view home  with in-law or nanny suite on lower  level. This lovely home features a  built-in vac, sunken living room,  heritage kitchen with eating area  on view side. Full ensuite. 2 lire-  places and olfice / computer area.  Fully landscaped. $299,000. NO  AGENTS. 886-2465 Of 886-2893.  m*  Home wanted. Family with 2  teenagers looking for nice home in  Gibsons approx. 2500 sq. fl., 3-4  bdrms. No subdivisions or vinyl  siding. Must be private (1/2 acre  min), yet close lo town. Prefer not  to renovate. 885-5033.       #36w  ROBERTS CREEK  Square .53 acre lol near ocean,  selectively cleared, fully serviced,      ready to build. $98,900.865-3509.  3 bdrm lownhouse. Unit ��11, 765   School   Rd.   Fenced   yard.  3 bdrm, 2 level, mortgage helper.  $123,000,661-7154. #36w   Sundecks, solarium, near school.  CUSTOM CEDAR  DOVETAIL  LOO HOMES  Various styles and sites Conlact  DV Log Works. 885-5322.    ��37c  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  1/2 acre and 1 acre lots. Lower  Roberts Creek, selectively  cleared, ready lo build. Sussex  Group, SRC Realty Corp., Bryan  Lsdlngham 1-925-2911      #41 w  Roberts Creek Acreage  1.25 acre lor the price ot 1/2 acre,  in popular Mossy Rock subdivision. Perc approved, gas, water S  paved road. Close lo school, store  & goll course. $99,000.886-6691.  #37c  Save Realtor Feu  Gibsons ��� 1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lol with raised bed  gardens, fruit trees, close to  school t\ bus, quiel well-maintained area, 3 bdtm randier, 1248  sq. It. Heavy Insulation, 2x6  const., t 1/2 balhs, large deck.  $178,500. 886-8367 Of lv. mess,  at 1-478-9753 #37c  1.  Homes &  Property  3 bdrm house, 3 baths, linished  rec room in basemenl. 866  Oceanmount Blvd. 886-3726 ��35w  5.6 acre timbered & secluded,  oceanview, 2100 sq. It. log house,  near completion. $450,000.885  5910. ss  Cottage to move, ideal for B & B  or added income. Easy move to  your properly. Fully finished.  Some financing available. 886-  2751. #35w  High bank w/f home, 2 bdrm, 2  balh, large LR. brick l/p, large  solarium, exceptional aggregate  patio, BBQ. Situated in one ol Ihe  most desireable areas ot the Sunshine Coast, spectacular view ol  Vane. Isl, Ml Baker, Trail Islands.  Watch the cruise ships sail by In a  park-like setting, all this and morel  No agents. Fot appt. to view. 885  2397 ss  PRIVATE SALE  No agents. One ol Ihe best view  lots in Oceanmount Estates. Lot  35. $169,992.15. Phone 1-931-  1819. #35w  Two 1 yr. old octagonal office /  studios w/deck. To code. To be  moved to your site. Approx. 550  sq. It. each. Sell separate or  together, asking $22,000. Make an  olfer 885-6141, ask for Michel.   #35c  Moving, musl sell. $279,000.  Spectacular waterfront, just under  1 acre lot, southern 1248 sq. It.,  top Iloor plus finished bsmt., 4  bdrm, 2 balhs, 2 kitchens, veiy low  down payment. Vendor will carry  mortgage 7819 Redrooffs Rd.,  885-7738. #35c  Earn money while having property  paid lor. New 2 bdrm condo, near  all seivices l school. Ocean view,  l/p, 3 appl. $86,995. 886-2247,1-  255-0651 collect. *35c  $179,900,686-8446.  ���36c  'ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PIEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT/WE.4RS '  Advertiseri are osked to listen careful^ as dl adi placed by  telephone are completely read baa verifying requested  dauifkation, start date, number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical errors, however, in  the event of on error, we ore responsible only lor the first incorrect  insertion of an od. We do not assume ony responsibility for any  reason (or an error in an ad beyond the cost of the ad itself.  toport any mw IMMBMA1HY by cdfing 8*6-2622  or M5-3W-Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 puny  on io*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places mt  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 8S3-9S51  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-8555     '  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt     ___  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  ���In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  /TT^  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  (GREAT  ���  Business and Home  Seivices  35  \IDEAy  Business Opportunities 36  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial tor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  mMaaaaWaat  For Rent  31  _____}  For Sale  21  *******  Found  11  Obituaries ���  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  36  5  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  15  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  26  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  36  Y  Realtors  twa Of uptntncN  i mill r  Make more H with us  ���100% or generous  y spittpiiti  ��� surefire training  MkkPfMdi  SICHIIT  REAITY LTD.  fiMYWIOTI  sis-tus  1.   Homes &  Property  OPEN HOUSE  12-4 pm, SaVSun  502 Eigli Cmt  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  SOAMES POINT, BY OWNER  3 bdrm rancher, 1863 sq ft. Large  lamily room, l/p, 2 baths, workshop. Large lot. Asking $247,900.  For viewing call 8864396       as  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural setting, treed w/hydro access, 1.75 h,  asking, $185,000, no agents  please. 885-3469 ss  W Sechelt, 1/4 acre QD, partial  view lot, fully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 ss  Waterfront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1872-2117, days, 1-685-7478 ss  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour Ready to bulk), septic In,  financing. 813-8697. ll  Require a building lot ki or neat  Gibsons, serviced with access for  under $50,000.6664015 alter 6.  tfm  Roberls Cteek t/2 acre lot, lully  treed, serviced. Kraus Rd. off Marlene Rd 885-6280. #35c  GEORGIA MIRAGE  Great view Irom this level entry  townhouse with patio. Two bedroom, full bath with jet tub, full  bath 6 dtesiing tm off mstr.  Enclosed oversized single garage.  Adult oriented. RV parking available. Clubhouse, golf course, lake  in complex. Overlooks golf course  t Keats Island. Agent Appointed.  886-2508 135c  Retirement delight, Immac, almost  new, extremely blight sgl/lvl, 1  owner home. Featutei ceramic  tiled outside entrance, fenced  back yard w/patn, cedar garden  shed, 2 bdrms, w/walk-kt closets,  skylights, lully equipped rec room /  social centre, forced air gas furnace and brick f/p. Price -  $183,900 Serious concerns only.  886-2211 North Woods NO, 820  Kiwans Way S36c  Duslin Is happy lo announce the  arrival oi his bahy brother Tyler  Joseph, born Jufy 26,1994, 8 lbs  2 oz Thanks to Dr. Petzold and all  the nursing staff, Aunty Verna and  Aunty Kelly too. Proud grandparents Norm and Yvonne Houden,  Gibsons; Helen Gillis ol North  Van. Great grandparents Tony  Lepore and Gladys Cockrlell, and  Mary Gillis ol Nova Scotia. Eight  uncles and lour aunts all welcome  him. Parents Jackie Cocktiell and  Tom Houden are doing fine. *35c  4. In Memoriam  To celebrate the Hie ol Callum  Robertson, a wake is being held  lor lamily and Iriends on Saturday,  September 3,1994 at 1582 Sunshine Coasl Highway, Irom 12  noon. 886-4166. ��35c  I  5. Thank You  Ann Robertson and Malri wish to  lhank all Ihe family and friends  who have been io veiy kind and  supportive during their sad loss of  Callum. #35c  Roberts  Creek  Realty  SOLO SOLO SOLD  Now accepting  NEW LISTINGS!  9 SOLD  in our  FIRSTS MONTHS!  THANKS  FOR YOUR SUPPORTI  Rural home on privale 12.5  'acres, yes, H isin Roberts Creekl  and subdivklablelo 5* his  ���$499,000  Majestic view! location,  1/2 acre lot, Langdale, 5 min  walk to lerry ���$139,000  Martin 6864267  To Dr. Bennett and al the staff at  Gibsons Animal Hospital tot the  excellent care ol our dog, Na.  The Christmas Family        #35c  6.   Personal  NOTICE: The items belonging to  the lollowing people will be disposed ol If not picked up Irom the  Sechelt Coasl News office by Aug.  31,1994: S. Coast Dance Society;  George Smith, AmetiSpec. Out  office is located at 5721 Cowrie  St., Sechelt, across from the Shell  station.  ��35cs  I like my own company bul sometimes It gets lonely In paradise. I  am a tall, slim, strawberry blonde,  early 30's, light smoker, i/d. I  share a happy life with a sweet Utile boy end an energetic dog. We  would love to meet a kind, happily  employed friend who Is also seeking good times, romance and Is  not 'committment phobic', Reply  to Box -P- c/o Coait News, PO  Box 68, Sechek. 136c  Retired 71 year old widower seeks  55-65 year old woman lor companionship, who enjoys outdoor  activities, travelling and entertaining. Smoker $ social drinker OK.  Please reply to Box 1654, Sechelt  V0N3A0. MSw  TALK UVE TOA  REAL GIFTED PSYCHIC!  1-900-4614530 Exl 1079  $3.99 per mln. must be 18. New-  call, Ltd (602) 954-7420.     #35c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Cal lor Wo 866.  0954 01865-5384. tin  7. Announcement  Close in - Gibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  ss  RARE QUAUTY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  improved, well treed and wilhin  walking distance to Sgls. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage Is In a  growing large lot subdivision with  Iwo driveways to access upper  and lower 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  Sell -3pm, 5455MHIsRd  Great 3 bdrm. 3 bath family home.  Oak kitchen w/eatlng area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensulte  & sraUi closet. Nicely landscaped  fenced backyard w/deck 4 hot tub  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 885-4379.       ss  W. Sechell, new 1350 iq. It.  rancher, DW. garage, 2 full baths,  3 bdrms. skylight, natural gai  heat, maple cabinets, $174,900  685-7972. II  To the 2 gentlemen who helped  me with my sick dog outside Ihe  Gibsons Animal Hospital on Aug.  22. L Christmas 135c  6. Personals  New in Gibsons Landing  ONE  HOUR  PHOTO  287 Gower Pt. Rd  886-4586  ANDERSON REALTY  mi  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrit St., Box 1218  Serine, BC. VON 3M  umiiFAxmaw  Ven. Ton Free eosoois  1800 sq It Rancher For S*  Price reduced - pay no commission. Light * airy, only 1 yr old.  ���530 Shaw Rd 886-2820 or 886-  3191. Steve or Sher Pgr, 11-975-  l��t ss  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc.  cleared. 34 acre 885-0899      ss  Vew lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre, 102 fl. frontage clear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo 863-9416. ss  Commercial lot. 38x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999. 985-0412 SS  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 8098 Alder-  wood Road, Halfmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don. days 8(885-2201,  evenings 885-0944. IS  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo. 6  appl.. view. Asking $149,900 594-  9310 ss  Roberts Creek. 1.0 acre, south-  em exposure, partially treed, building ike cleared, percolation lest  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access $128,000  666-7372 ss  Commercial lot across Irom medical building. $95,000 965-0412  ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm home wkh hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  67 acre Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2 $259,000 please  call 685-2253. no agents        ss  This is a little gem tot the discriminating buyer. 1200 sq It, 4 yrs,  sophisticated adul house, close to  viage Charming living room, fireplace welcomes Sun-tilled  kitchen, breaklast area opens onto  s/t patio t gaiden 2 lull baths,  master ensuite Big studio (easily  2 bdrms again!) Sky.it extra big  windows. Mature artistic landscaping, dog run and kennel Appliances. No agents $174,900 Cal  685401010 view. ss  TUTORING  For dyslexic children, home  - schooling or help wih reading and  spelling -1 can help. For more  inlo, call Claire Nelson 6854164  OI8854709. I37w  S/F enjoys own company and my  I children, dancing, quiet nights.  'Looking for F/M with similar Interest. Reply lo S6 C48 Hillcrest RR  ��1, Gibsons, VON IVO.       ��37w  Card player, kms to play Canasta  and game called 'Frustration'  wants someone to play cards with.  Prefer older person. 885-9106.  I37w  HOLY SPRIT  Holy Spirit, you who make me see  everything and who show me the  way to reach my Ideals, you who  give me Ihe divine gift to forgive  and forget from all that is done to  me, and you who are In all the  Instincts ol my life with me, I, In  this short dialogue, want lo thank  you lor everything and confirm  once more thai I never want to be  separated from you no matter how  great the material desires may be.  I want to be with you and my loved  ones in your perpetual glory. A  person may say this prayer three  consecutive days without asking  lor their wish; alter Ihe third day  their prayer will be granted no  matter how difficult it may be.  Promise to publish this prayer as  soon as your request has been  granted. D.H. #35c  WHAT?  Wendy, formerly ol Supershape  and Michelle, formerly ol Headquarters would Ike to inform thek  clients that they are off to Los  Angeles to attend the Sassoon  Academy, returning to work ki the  new location, Sept. 7, at Teredo  665-9495     M6w  BONSAI CLASSES  Learn how to make miniature  bees. Classes start Oct. 2. Phone  Willie 865-9890. ��37c  Aching for a massage? Shiatsu  and Swedish offered. 6864336.   M7w  ISLAND VIEW COUNSELiMQ  U6-706S  Experienced council at the  masters level. M7w  Serving the Sunshine Coast: DIAL  A BOTTLE DELIVERY SERVICE.  We deliver mix, cigs, groceries,  prescriptions, personal errands  and snacks. Open 9 am ��� 11 pm  daily. We buy empties. Drivers  stationed ki Gibsons and Sechel.  886-0951. #37w  Our Dotdetilinl (Soviets  Progran has 2 beds available  in s supportive hose  environment for seniors  itio require supervised care.  For more information cal  Play Bridge for Heart. If! easy,  lun, and earns a charitable tax  receipt, too. Your foursome and  choice ot when and where lor nine  sessions before April 15, INS.  For details, call Doo Diethet at  886-7340 or Eleanor Chinnick,  886-2961. I37w  COSTARICA  2.5 acre lot in Esperanza Ranch  Serviced, private communty, tropical patk with hiking/riding trails.  swimming Close lo shopping,  beaches, restauiants. gollmg.  $26,500 each. 865-5157. sl  Counseling lor individual couples  and lamias Also support $ consultation lot step lamilies Call  Mary Lang (MSW), (R.S.W.).  6664144 #36w  Lonesome senior gent wishes to  enjoy lamily atmosphere Would  like to meel young couple with  small kids in Sechell Would kke  occasional visits both ways. 885  6092 S36w  Clarity Counseling - fiee initial hall  hour consultation Carolyn Lincoln.  R PC 685-4672 138c  S/F kving on S. Coast enjoys out-  doors, gaidening, the arts, traditional Celtic / folk music plus quite  a b�� more Looking lor i/m under  40 interested in same tor possible  ongoing relationship Reply to Box  'R* c/o Coast Newl, Box 68.  Sechelt VON 3A0 I36w  She-bear, early '30s seeks he-  bear for fishing / foraging / swimming and hibernation, Prefer n/s  humorous bear (no growlies or  grumpies). 30-40 yeais old with at  least a few brain cells and lots ol  heart Reply lo Box 'Q' c/o Coast  News. Box 68, Sechell VON 3A0  DM  AT  Sechelt Book Stores  NOW  Oil Dem CAdein Slippers'  by ��!<>iiw (B*tt) Mtten  ...nostalgic hiilory of  /Ijing, logging,  /amiiy unaiiutri   8 recipes   THE SECHELT PRESCHOOL  has some spaces lemsinmg lor  their 3 4 yt old program Classes  begin Sepl 12. don't delay, cal  685-7212 or leave message. 885  3515 I37w  Workshop, Timeline Therapy I  N LP Sept 16 -17. Individual  counselling; Thursday evening  study group HanaLouisi 665-  0926 137c  Cariboo cattle drive, Sept. 14 -16.  Interested riders call Ted 296  3219 137c  '���"DANCE  ACADEMY  BALLET  TAP-JAZZ' _._  Registration  Tuesday August 30 or  Thursday September t  Kinsmen Hall  Call S66-4M0  HIGHLAND DANCING  Instruction by Angus MacKenzie  (former World Champion) lor all  ages (male/female). Join now for  Sept. start-up. Into: 6654678.  :,* '��� M6w  SECHELT KARATE CLUB  Welcomes new members lor its  fall sssslon. Experienced Instruction with emphasis on safety, fitness, and excellence ol technique.  Any level ol experience welcome.  Training Mon. 6 Wed. eves. In  Sschslt, beginning Sept. 12. For  Into, cal 885-9273 Of 8864434.  #35w  7,  Announcement  Sunshine Coast  Transition House.  A sale place lor women and children In crisis. Free conlidential 24  hour service. 865-2944 tfn  Learn to Scuba Dive  this summer at  }JfcJM|Tl��  VFXfe  JLOCKER  Flexible schedule  All equipment supplied  Courses start weekly  ���IMUIMNwyltl,  WffiiRfilfftBKMl 10. Lost  School of Dance  HA.D. Ballet Classes  wsmsmm  SatAu9 27��5-8pm  1121 Port Mellon Hwy,  (1km from leny terminal)   mm   I'ewsar  New III catalogue now available.  Back to School Specials. Cal tor  mora information or to book a  party. 6654919. tins  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroofing and repairs, our specialty. For a FREE estlmste call Al,  865-1269. #35w  Blooming Plants  Hibiscus ��� Getters  (African Violets  Jasmine ��� Pentas  Coma sw IBM  10*1 Hwy 101, Gfcsons  886-7444  ECOSONK  Davis Bay. Rust colored 5 mo. old  male cat, Monday, Aug. 22. 866-  6107. #35c  1954 S20, $10, $5 bills. Taken  Irom home. 685-5859 or 885-  4569. ��35w  Giorgio Armani women's tortoise-  shell eyeglasses at Smugglers  Cove, end ol July. Reward. 1-924-  1246. ��35w  Reward, gold bracelet, lost Thurs.,  Aug. 18, Wishbone link. Call collect 403-3474024. 135c  Lost by the Sunshine Coast  Breastleeding Support Group:  breastpumps. II you know the  whereabouts of any ol our pumps  please call Kim 8667178, Laurie  686-7900. #35c  Save money. Find HIDDEN  TREASURE USED BOOKS at  5525 Inlet Avo, Sechell, 459  Marino Dr., Gibsons. Selected  #37w  SECHELT FARMER'S MARKET  First*third Sal., 10-1 pm, behind  QNgan'sPub. 137c  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  8654206,24 hour line. Hn  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for die"*'  mind & the body  *  - Trager��  ��� Reiki 1  ~""'   ��� Therapeutic  Toudi  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  an*it^*tsmmlm in i  WnMiniK m**B  886-4!  874  Colonic Irrigation. Cal Carolyn,  6654657 #36w  Anyone over involved with SC  TEEN TOWNS contact Lena, 686-  2977. Ro: reunion Womabon.   l��r  FORST POTTERY  Open Friday and Salurday 9am ���  Spm or by appointment 686-2543.  1040 Chamberlin Road, Gtsons.  136c  ifl*H0i!  Homornokors  Gordon ers  Bonded & Insured  HELPafymy  MMM * retVkrHrwbcajr  jfl ���     Undo  ***?___*      Raovo  11 ^^886-3188  Wmmm 886-3714  Does someone n your Isms/have  a drinking problem? CalAI-Anon  666-6903, 665-7484. 686 9059  Al-Aleen 666 2565 a 885 7484  IK  Large bunch ol keys, at bus stop  on Cowrie St., on ring, Aug. 15.  Claim at Coasl News Sechell  olfice, 5721 Cowrie. tfn  Set of keys In front ot the Coast  News office in Gibsons. Please  claim at front desk. #35w  We have quite a collection ol  clothing, umbrellas, lunchkls. etc.  In our lost and lound basket. We  also hava a ladles watch, aye-  glasses, a set ol Toyota ear keys  and a set ol QM car keys, all  found at the beach. Missing anything? Please come and claim at  Roberls Creek Store ��35w  Grey kitten, Gibsons Marina area,  Aug. 24.8864963. 135c  ��� I i.ii|t mmtil") m umlti) ?wiH  ���ByanunnnamedGoodSamerilan,  a pair ol prescription eyeglasses in  brown leather case. Identity at  Coast News olfice. 5721 Cowrie  St., Sechel. ��35c  12. Pets & Livestock  Free kasns,rwks.oM. Ready to  00.6864009. #37w  Hand-tod baby poach LOVE  BIRDS for sale by brooder. Vari-  gated colors, veiy tame. $35, $40.  885-4847 137c  Magnificent Maggie, Jersey milk  cow, gentle, $600.8B3-2926.*36w  PYRAMID DOG TRAINMG  Private classes, in-home and in-  kennel training available. Problem  solving, puppy dasses (6-12 wks),  coffd trainer. 866-2654.      #35w  Border King horse trailer, 7 It.  height, surge brakes, $2500 obo.  M6-7966. ��35w  5 yr. chestnut 1/2 Arab gelding,  $1500. 4 yr. buckskin 1/2 Arab  My, $1500. Gentle pots, not ridden. To approved homes only, no  agents or stables. 8864995.135w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since I960  Dog $ Cat Boarding  "Science Diet- pet foods  Dog Obedience Classes  SUN SMART  At Mary Kay, we've  HOI your SPF numher.  Wilh a variety of  formulas and SPF  levels from 8 to 10.  Call me lo select the  Sun Management��  sun protection  products lhat are right  for you.  ^LMARy KAY  WI i.i'hi ll*t��i ��nv .1-  Yvonm Valanckn  886-4643  Piano Tuning  m^   ���rtpallo  j_\_*\' *n��*~~*  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Carpet lumps removed and burnt  holes Cal Ray 866-6934.    135c  One ton Iruck available tor hauling, rubbish rsmoval, moving, yard  mansnanoo, lowuang, oao jmo  6654117. Ins  Apt. size upright piano, esc. cond.  Appraised al $2000. Lovely tone  Offers 8864543 ��37c  Mathushekl Son (New York) cabinet grand piano $ bench, $600.  S65-3642 Hn  THE JOY OF MUSIC STUDIO:  Private instruction: Voice, piano,  keyboard, theory. Rear 6653  Wharf St.. Sechelt 885-5552   ��39w  Private piano lessons. Royal Conservatory ��� Beginners ��� Limited  space -Eileen Lewis 666-6586   M8c  Vantage Chet Atkins style hollow  body electric guitar wkh hard case,  $500 fkm. 886-2373. ��36c  Upright piano, Bush Gorts. $900;  Seth Thomas metronome, $20  6853396 I35w Coast News, August 29, 1994  17  21   For Sale  21. For Sale  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beauliful sound. $1000.885-9306.  tfns  Secure garage needed lor winter  months, lo slore car. 686-7697.   ��37c  Chest Ireezer, reasonably priced.  665-5444. *37c  One pair useable exhaust manifolds lor Mercruiser Ford V-6.883-  2574. ��7c  Commercial gas clothes dryer  (laundromat type) at reasonable  price. Evi 8864097. 1137c  Clean fill. 886-6775. #36w  Small 1 bdrm house or shack wkh  storage shed, preler place off  beaten path, access lo hydro $  phone. Wantsd by single old sge  pensioner, at least until April or  May 1695. Smoker snd hava dog.  886-2389 except Tues. 6 Fridays,  10-3 pm. ��36c  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold 4 Silver  Video Etc.  6664312  Kayaking lite jacket, comly &  cheap, call 886-7355 tins  To good home, male rabbit and  male guinea pig. 686-3641.  ��35c  Hideabed couch, waler bed  includes reg. maltress as well as  water bed mattress. 883-2555.   M5w  Doi and Dukae need a home! Left  at my door at 5 wks. these tabbies  want to grow up and old together.  Now 10 wks, they aie de-dead,  dewormed and vaccinated. Phono  Violet 886-2407. ��35c  Two puppies, Lab $ Shepherd X,  8 wks. old, ready lo go lo good  homes. 883-2018 eves.      135c  Scooby the dog is looking lor  Shaggy 6 Crew: if you can offer a  loving and caring home, 885-5045  Shaun. ��35c  17. Garage Sale:  Huge garage uie, 7079 E. Porpoise Bay Rd., Sal., Sept. 3,10  am-3pm. Rakiorshine.    #35w  MOVING?  Need boxes? Slop by the Coast  News office in Gibsons, Monday  mornings alter 10.30 am.       Hn  SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE  GOLDFISH  ORNAMENTALSPOND  136c  Fresh Irozen blackberries, 885-  9��� ��7w  5 hp chipper / shredder, $400 obo.  865-3602. ���  Moving: 12 cu. It. freezer, $200;  Leading Edge computer, all software, complete w/prinler, $1000  obo; blue couch i chair, 2 yrs. old,  $600 obo; queen size bedroom  suile, $600; barbeque, $100;  microwave $100.8654397. #37w  FIREWOOD-TOP SOIL  Sand, gravels. Reasonable rates.  885-5070, Doug. ��37w  SCREENED TOP SOIL  $16/yd. Delivery available. 885-  *__��� *37w  Mahogany bdrm set, highboy, twin  beds, dtesser, mattresses, box  spiing; maple glider chair (  ottoman; teak hutch. 885-7519.  __^ ��37w  Ful length beige raincoat, as new,  size 12.666-9346. #37c  Ful length winter cost, Indigo blue,  Size 12.666-9346. #37c  AMAZWQII  Mum-use carts... Greet for hauling lirewood, parcels, pails, you  name II Two-wheeled, heavy wire  frame, royal blue, $30 ea. Hurry!  Quantities are limited! See al  Sechelt Coast News olfice, 5721  Cowrie St. or Gibsons Coast News  ollice (behind Dockside Pharmacy), Mon-Fri., 94pm. tfn  Nonconforming drum wood stove,  good heal, $200.1-261-4331.  ��37w  Craftsman 10' contractors table  saw w/assorted blades, $350; 2 ���  16514 Chev studded snow tkes,  $20.686-9447 alter 6 pm.   (37w  Welder Flex-110 home gym. Uke  brand new, used only 4 times.  $150,666-2203. #37w  Ladles Norco 18 spd. mountain  bike; new Seagul steel string guitar w/new case; 'Bill Heline' 14  karat carved gold ring w/diamond  (Ravens Head); Sealy queen size  box spring I mattress, $1000,  obo. 8664793 after 5 pm.    ��35c  NEW WATERLESS  TECHNOLOGY  Wash your boat or vehicle wkh no  water. Cleans, seals, polishes and  protects. For free demonstration,  885-6823. #37w  100 yards 4 yr. old sand color  Saxony carpet plus underlay,  $250,665-9013. 135c  DECEMBER FOREST  . .    i    PROOUCTS ."till  Mixed firewood, spM & delivered,  ful cords, $100. cedar available.  6864349 ��37w  H.E.R.O. airless mod. 1000, Baldor motor, $1000 obo. 8864646,  ,Ksn. I37W  Mett Appliance  Repair to all makes ol  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  CaH Harvey at 8888969  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Wedding band 6 engagement  ring, appraised at $2400.885-  2670. #36c  Studs, l/|, 92 1/4', $3 ea. 885-  9349. ��36c  Used Citation kitchen cupboards.  $1500000.666-7976. #36c  Eastern Canadian knotty pine  hutch, made in early '60s, 65' h,  36 1/2' w, 17' deep. $225 firm.  8654508. *36c  Ikea baby highchair, $30; 2 child's  car seats, $35 ea; Alkot love ssat,  $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 tires on rims, $100/pr.;  men's large Warden dry diving  suit, used lOx, $200; Kenmore  washer/spin dryer, $100; Norco  bike rack, as new, $25; oak self-  contained sewing csbinet, $400  (sll kerns obo). 865-3596.     #36c  17 bundles black Interlock shingles, sll lor $150 or $10 each.  885-7977 eves. ��36c  '77 Chsv 3/4 Ion p/u $ 11 II.  camper, $1000; 18 It. Roadway  travel trailer, $550; Troll Gurdies,  $200; 40 ft. stsel lampost, $300.  8654869. 1136c  Mate's bed, 3 dtawets, mattress,  headboard 6 night table, $175 obo  for set. 8864279 after 3 pm. ��36c  Hideabed, $100; wooden microwave stand, $20; single bed ml  bookcase headboard, $150; 3  drawer wooden dresser, $30; 5  drawer wooden dresser, $20; 2  drawer metal desk, $20; wooden  picnic table, $40; cedar bench,  $50; hanging basksl chair, $30.  686-9765. #36c  2 new taupe/rose / green brocade love seats, microwave, typewriter, armchair. 686-2428.  #35w  1966  1961 Honda PA50 moped bike,  firm. 686-0272  $475 Obo. 866-3036. ��35w  '73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss        ���  '86 Sprint, 2 dt��� 61,000 km, 5  '75 green Hornet stn. wagon, $800 spd., $1600.865-3642.      *36w  1666  ��37w  Genuine Australian opals, $25 6  up. 885-2471. #35c  5 ft. coflee table & 2 end tables,  solid wood, $100; Kent wood  stove, $750; weedeater, $25;  mural, 12 tl. 6 In. x 9 ft., $20;  handmade lireplace, $45; video  camera 6 accessories, VCR brand  new, $1000; Pentax camera as  new, 3 lenses, good LP records  25C to $1,685-9597. #35c  200 w. Kenwood amplifier, high  speed dble casselte deck, 5 CD  carousel 6 3-way speakers, custom stand. Reduced: $1650 complete. Lou 666-7774. ��35c  '75 Camaro 350, auto, air, runs  great, $600 865-7716.        137c  1976  '88 Dodge Aries S.W., only 55.000  kms, very dean, great family car,  $3750 obo. 866-7648.        ��35w  '86 Honda Accord, 5 speed, 4  '78 Volvo 4 dr., runs well $700  (lo0,s' new "'" * im"r' mc-  obo. 885-7203. ��37w  <��nd. $7800.865-2541.       ��35c  $H��  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnl.-Eid. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  Bolnroom Fixtures etc.  Miil or store oral  111-6669  5653 Whorl Rd., Sechelt  ttteytl* A Sent*  MON-SAT 9 am-5 pm  '88 Chev Eutosport wagon. 5 spd,  106,000 kms, a/c, am/lm cass.,  one owner. Exc. shape. $5900.  685-3727 SS  '88 Cavalier Z24, V4, Pwr. sunrool w/alr. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  686-7654 all. 5:30pm. ss  '68 Nissan Ssntra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new front tires,  exc. cond, $4900 obo. 886-4637.  ss  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  Call Bruce 885-1949  Used photocopier, Savon 7120  w/stand, 12 copies per minute.  $900,886-4843. *35c  CASH PAD  For old mantel or wai grandfather  clocks, pocket watches (working  or not), jewelery, furniture, anything dd. 886-3905. #35c  Two partner 500 chain saws, exc.  cond,$250/both.8864522. #35c  New 24x108 shuffleboard, $295;  18 It. sailboat (lormerly Beachcombers) $899 or trade for car.  1360  '76 Dodge Aspen near new tites,  good running cond., $575 obo.  665-7099. ��36w  76 Merc. Monarch, new Irans,  running gear, Hurst shifter, $1500.  665-4165. I35w  1979  '79 Pontiac Sunbitd, slereo, p/s,  p/b, runs great. $500 obo. 885-  7458. ��6w  '79 Porsche 924,5 spd, $72,000  mi, new tires, clutch, major tune  up. Trade for car, boat? $4,200.  8864161. ss  '79 GMC Jimmy 4x4, black,  $1600 685-3537. ��35w  '79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, new transmission,  exhaust. 885-5102. ss  1960  '80 Chevette, immaculate, 56,000  k original. New tires. $1400. 666-  4540. ��36w        _  '80 Camaro 350 auto, new shocks I     8(6-3880  6 exhaust, low mileage. Moving,  must sell. $1800 obo. 866-4688.  ��36c  '90 Nissan Sentta, gtey, auto, 4  dr, $6500 obo. 666-3279 after 3  pm. 136c  used"!  ���autopartsi  J   Shop around-you'll    I  I     (ind il pays lo buy  r  ii  65 GMC 3/4 ton p/u w/canopy, lull  ftaHer hook-up, 51,000 mi $6500.  683-9272. ��37c  '85 Ford Ranger, grey w/black  canopy, 77,000 km, 5 spd, 6 cyl.  $2900 obo. 885-9561.        ��35w  '85 Ford F150 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new patts, gd.  cond, $8900.6854109.        ss  1966  '88 Chev 1/2 Ion p/u, 305 auto,  p/s, p/b, Ht, $5995 obo. 8854512  after 5 pm 863-9848. ss   1969   '69 Jsep Pioneer 4x4, black, CD,  p/w, p/s, c/conl. $13,500. 663-  2722. new  '89 Ford F250, 351 ci, 5 spd,  45,000 miles, visor, roll bar, lull  aluminum box liner, new painl,  transfer cass, ball joints 1 tire rod  ends. $10,500.8864389 Chris.  tins  '89 2-71 stepside 4x4, lully  loaded, must sel. 866-7464.    ss  69 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp,  cass, dean 6 comfortable, $9600.  665-2133. ss  Canoe: 16 It. chestnut paddles,  sail, lee boards. Good condllon,  $850,885-5656. ��37c  I recycled aulo parts from  BYPASS AUTO A  TRUCK RKYCURS  i   ���������;*��������, J  SNOWBOARDS  93 Morrow Spoonnose 160, used  only toiimes, $400; '92 Burton M6  asym. race board ml Burton plate  bindings, $350.886-7096.    #36c  Used lumber, 2x6, 8 to 16 fl, no  cedar, 251 It. Phone 686-2191  after6pm. #36c  GOLDFISH  CLEARANCE SALE  SUPPLIES  TANKS-PUMPS-ETC.  TROPICAL FISH  ;xe-cutetuds  35( a ft; lir 2x4. 35c a ft; fir 2x6.  49( a ft; lir 2x6. 79* al ft; cedar  siding. 1x8 channel 49c aft. Delivered, no taxes. Cal 885-9306. tfns  Fi*csr\ G-vtsroeartng  StfawberWes  U-Ptcl<  $ 1.001b  open Wed. ft Weekends  5873 Mason Rd. 885-3506  vberWes  Ski rack lor car lop. 886-9346.  137c  GE electric stove, 30*. good dew  cond, $50 obo. 666-9213, 325-  5293. 135c  1 year ok) GE washer t dryer,  bolh extra capacity, still under  warranty. Asking $700.666-7906.  I35w  FRIDGE - white, R-hinge. $125.  STOVE - white, $200. STOVE ���  gold, $75.8864113. #35w  20. Furnituie  Brown arborite kitchen table, 2  leaves, 4 chairs, $75.886-6557.  HSw  Moving. Glider chair, dining room  teak hutch 1 cabinet, teak book  shakes, twin bedroom set, double  dresser thigh boy. 6657519.  I36w  1969 Charger 318 auto, $1700  obo, nseds TLC; baby change  table, $45; queen futon mattress.  $65 666-2946. 137c  Gas heater, twin Mm, 47.000 btu,  naw $1200, asking $450; double  stainless sink w/tap, $45; single  sink, $10; plastic wash tub wAsps,  $20; 2 solid core exterior doors,  $25 aa.; 4 rattan klchen chairs,  $60; tree-standing sold oak mania. 60"wx 60' h, $550.885-4804.  I37C  Used btoadloom, exc. cond.,  approx. 80 sq. yds, rusty brown  ��Hor. Offers. 666-3354.       137c  12 ft. libreglass canoe, $225;  snare drum (stand, $50; 5 spd. 6  10 spd. bikes, $25 ea.; recurve  bows, $4000 6834324.      137c  Table $6 chairs; vertical binds. 8'  w; glass door firescreen; 5 pee.  lool set. never used. 886-7490.  137c  Peugeot 6 spd. bicycle, excellent  condition, $150; internal lax /  modem, $50; axternal modem,  $50.6664619. 137c  Queen bed. Sealey, as new, $250.  686-79(0. 636C  CIIAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chain.  TIM CLEMENT  CAinNETMAKER  ���������-���21a  SMiwurt W��y,  WUMMt  1044 Seamus W��y, (Mmm  -.tieree)  Dry, soisonod or groan. Call  Nous, spook to my electric secretary 6654679. 137c  Skla Peppier sols * chak. $400.  dresser wkh mirror, $50; chest ol  drawers, $25; crib mattrass, $10.  6664*57. ��37c  Two 100 ��> propane bottles, $100  oa; aluminum box rack to fit SIO  or S15 long box. $100.686-9558  ���37c  3 pee. leather couch set, cream,  matching glass coffee table, 2 yis.  old, $500 (km .6654265.     #35c  Two 9 drawer dressers, wih mk-  rors, 1 satin maple, $250 obo, 1  pine, $125 obo; one queen  waterbed, w/padded rai 6 met 6  400 w. hit, 12 baffle mattress,  $250 obo; ��� 4 rills gun rack  w/drawer, $10; one twin bed rail  with wheels, $20.885-7354 sllsr 6  put. 135c  Queen size sola bod, exc. cond,  $375 obo; single box spring  w/meU bed Heme, $100; Ikea tingle bod, dresser, desk, shod urn.  8(64656 635c  Your Logs to Lumber  Custom Sawmilling done  on your property  to your specifications.  885-3506  Machinist tools wtth eh��t Millwright tools. 666-2431.     ��36w  Scooter Pacer Plus II, one ownet,  new condition, hoHprlce -oncon-  slgnmenl 666-3726. ��36w  Fridge, $325; queen bedtrame,  $36; glass $ btsss shower stall,  $40 965-4624 after 6.        136c  Antique Mdor, $350.865-2213.  I36C  #36c  Moving: selling twin bedrm set,  highboy, tssk bookshelf, cabinet,  hutch, stc, exercise equip. S calenda collection. 885-7519. ��35w  DAHLIAS GALORE  Sunshine Acre Farms on top ol  Seima Park Rd. 10OS ol varieties  in bloom. Cut Ilowers and tuber  sales. Mon. 14 pm, Tues.-Sat, 9-  6pm.6B5-9620. #35w  Building supples left over: window  sealed units, antique bathtubs,  fibreglass lifeboat, old truck and  camper, misc. Hems. 8854669.  #35w  Craftsman 5 hp rototiller, kke new,  $600; 25 gal. lish tank, complete  w/fish, new $450, sacrifice, $200;  3 dressers, 1 minor, $75 ea.; electric lift recliner chair, used t  month, new $1500, sacrifice $800.  8864991. I35w  GROWER tHRECT  Hanging baskets, bedding pansies  and new varieties. Glorious color  lor your palio and garden. See us  a 1061 Hwy. 101. Gibsons, weal  Ecosonic 886-7444 #35w  Entsrtslnment centre, $200; one  oflice chak, $25.8864181.  #35w  MUSTSEU.  Bamboo curtains, 1/2" re-tar, canning jars, light fixtures, Decosonic  Sealer, wicker rocking horse,  child's desk, dog house, lamp,  lounge, baby ca seat, aluminum  clothes rack, wardrobe, de-humidifier, house lacks, pick axe, clay  pots, aquarium filter. National  Geographies, wMe bath sink, ca  tape deck and speakers. 685-  1942. I35w  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, $26 sq. yard  FIREWOOD  Fir ot alder, $120. Split 1 delivered, 886-7774 I35w  Four subspoakers, 62, 10 inch *  ���2,12 inch $20ffpair 965-4165.   mm  Moving Sale: wooden desk, metal  typing table, kitchen table and  chairs, vinyl lounge rocker with  matching ottoman, 3 piece set  salesman samplo casss, naw  backpack with aluminum Irame.  685-3396. I35w  5 ft. mable jacuzzi and vanity top,  $550 obo 6852096. I35w  Bunk beds, $125; old coal rack,  $25; old sm. sink, $75; youth's  mountain bike, $75; BMX bike,  $100.8664746. 135*  Set ot glass patio doors wkh hardware. $125; 2 exterior wood doors,  $100 ss.; 1 interior door. (79:  dishwasher, h.g, as Is, $100. Alia  5 pm, 8664580 ��35w  19' colour Zenith TV, remote.  Make good second. $150. 886-  9796 ��35w  250 gsl oil tank (ful), lower Gibsons. Swap lor utility trailer, yard-  work, w.h.y. 6853433 SS  Grandfather dock Irom Germany,  oak, many leatures, beveled  glass. 8864550. ss  Sears 9' garage door 5 opener  (new 1000 ea) $650.8854244. ss  5 tolls Of FAX paper 8 1/2'x328\  1'core, $5.95 per rol. 886-2622.  tins  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  lavourite photo. Pets, lamily,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tfns  Heli-ox-18 band mask t hoses  wih communications gea, $3000;  T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. ft. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, starter Ma, etc. Hydro  |ust expired auto shutofl at 3100  psi, $3500. 686-9464. tfns  SATELLITE SALES  ANO SERVICE  '91 blue Mustang, 51,000 kms,  p/W, p/dl, ak, cruise, $8868.883-  9167. #37w  '61 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond, 36,000  kms, $15,000000.886-3623.   SS  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp, 2 dr,  sir, WIS cass. $8900.886-2668.  ss  19(2  '92 station wagon, 5 spd., naw  exhaust system. (1500.8864096.  ss  Must sell! 1992 Mazda 323SE  hatchback, auto, ps/pb, am/fm  radio cassette, 7500 km. 866-  0017. ��36w  '92 silver Tracker, 6000 km, like  new, $13,500.8864991.     #35w  Must sell! 1992 Mazda 323 SE,      hatchback, auto, ps/pb, am/tm  ���81 Eagle 4-wheel drive, runs radio cassette, 7500km. 8664017  good, $700.686-2987.        #35c J35w  '91 Couga 2 door, auto, sun root, ;,} Honda Civlt, whiter Sony  new brakes. $950 obo. 8664993    ,ltreo eM Mnd tKna (jj.   "  2341 SS  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWING  886-2020  24 Hr. Emergency Towing  'Fully Insured and Reliable'  Guaranteed Oood.Uaed  Parts for moot makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  "4 Whwl Drive, 2 Wheel  Drive and Some Do Drive'  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and tow some  ACCESSTO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  ���91 Chevy SIO, black, (ft, Pioneer  stereo. Great condition. (6250  000.666-7096. 136c  1663  ���93 Chev SIO TahoeV6, extended  cab, low mileage. $12,500. Alia 5  pm, 8864574. I37w  19(1  Must set 14 ft. tram trafcr, 1400  kg, propane hoat, stove. $600.  6664246. I37W  1972 Ford 302 poptop, heater,  sink. Iridge, $2,500.686-7400.   I37W  1977 Triple E Class A motorhome,  25 ft., oxc. cond., $15,500 firm.  8852606. *36w  28 It. Komforl Travel Trailer.  Fridge, stove, bathroom, shower.  Big enough to Ive ki. $2500 obo.  6652213. I36W  1977 Nomad 201/2 tool travel  trailer, 3 way tridge, stabilizer  baa, good condHon, as is $2500.  666-2904. tins  1981 Chsv 350 camper van.  Fridge/ stove / heator al propsne.  Unique fold out side bedroom to  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain till Murray  MC.MMC. MN.AMS  MABYC  ���Marine  Surveyor! and Consultants  26 ft. Chris Craft, slandup head,  galley, Ige. V-berth, 2 yrs. old, 350  Chev Crusader i/b, V-drive new  prop - All mahogany, compl.  top/bottom done over, VHF, depth  sounder, asking, $10,000, 8 mos.  moorage left tt Secret Cove Marina. 8652771. ss  115 hp Mercury o/b, propellor 19  pitch. 886-9346. ��7c  End of season bargain: Campion  210,19 ft. 8" x 6 ft. 0' fibreglass  w/teak trim. Maintained to highest  standard. Complete w/pump toilet,  galley pack, luly equipped lor lishing. Yamaha 150 hp o/b power.  $11,500,685-2640. #37c  8' t/gi wood boa w/ielable Johnson 3 hp. First $250 takes. 886-  9145. #36w  'Good Buy' Avon inflatable boat,  111/2 ft. 4 Honda o/b motor, 71/2  hp, newly sen/Iced. $2300 obo.  885-7717. #36c  Compact 21 ft. f/g salboa, sleeps  4, marina head, 6 hp Mac, $3700  obo. 683-2015. 136c  14 1/2 It. KSC runabout, 65 hp  Evinrude, E-Z load train, c/w fish  finder, rod holders, poddies, 2 gas  tanks. Moving, must sell. $1900  Obo.8854668. ��36c  10 t/J boat w/oars, $300. Magma  mains bbq, $135.8857207. ��35w  161. Houston 70 hp Johnson tor  pais, trailer, $950 obo. 9854778.  *3Sw  Lost: 7 ft. Galleon dinghy, Hallmoon Bay, Aug. 1. 865-5373.  NSW  16(2  '62 Renault 5, runs well, needs  work,$300obo.885-4571.   #37w  '62 Plymouth Relanl (2 cars), running cond, $400 obo. 665-78(7,  Bjorn. I36w  REAL BEAUTY!  '82 280ZX petted cond, T-rool, 4  w disc brakes, new Ins, rust-free.  Special white pearl coat paint.  '92 Aerosta, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 666-7524 eves      ss  im  CLEAROUT! Used tins,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  6857167 SS  Propsne tank, mixa and convsrta  $4800 or bade lor smal flu. same |�� ���� pick-up, $300 obo. 8(5-  value.8654396after6pm.  135c  3557 Myc  1 UNLIMITED  IFREE KMs;  2 SKOOKUM  1    CHRYSLER  MANTEO: Extra cab 4x4. Caical-  1471-2129. 136c  !���*  !J  Rental Cars  88fr3493i  '65 Chevy pick up, 2(3 4 spd,  (5500; 327 Corvette motor,  nbu��. $1500.865-5467.        as  '61 Chevy p/u truck, short box,  lowered 350 4 spd, $2(00 obo.  6659481. KSc  Easy Rider kayak - canoe, very  stable. Nglrt, $750.6853113. #35w  For sale - moorage or anchor  buoy, 49 dia. $469.1-274-0761.  *35w  16'K �� C w/lrailer, 50 Merc, tarp,  sounder, $5500 obo. 886-3036.  I35w  Sevylor 9 It. inflatable w/oais,  motor mount. Used twice. $325  000.665-2831. ��35C  18 ft. Belboy cabin boa, trim tabs,  M somas, 120 Mae cruise, VmH  rebuilt log, sounder, VHF, CI.  compass, sleeper Mats, trailer,  $7,000 obo, wil consider smaHr  boa lor pat trade. 883-9658. M5c  18V Doubts Eagle Jot boot, elm  baiter, $3500 obo. Dave at 686  (406,88(4107. 135c  1(49 34 ft. Monk diesel cabin  cruisa. A very economical boat ki  excellent working otda. (25,000.  866-2736. ss  2 person libreglass kayak, dl  equipped, good cond. $2400.685-  7645 SS  22' Heavy fg OavMson double  ender. Single cylinder Faryman  diesel $9500fkm 6659066    ss  4V houseboat. Frldgo, stovo,  shower, holding tank, bedroom,  One of a kind. (10,900 eves. 686  2155 ma  1(78 Frontier 18 1/2 ft, good  cond., sloops 4 comfortably,  $7,600 685-9909 136c  1973 Custom Coach 23II. bevel  WMC. Add oft with wood hMtof  $2500 obo. Wilson Crook Camp  Ground. 665-4066 !35w  Ready lor take oft! 21 ft. Vanguard  5th wheel. Showa, stovs / oven,  lurnace, w/boal loader. Optional  1979 Dodgs 1 ton 4-spd w/5th  wheel. 685-2738. I35w  Travsl Ma by Tony. Spacious,  UK, balh, sleeps B. knmaculals  cond. Phone 865-4046 eves for  vtwfnQ. Prictd lo Ml. II  17 ft travel trailer: Iridge, stovo,  fum, shower, etc. (2000 obo. dressing room. $7500 obo. Ph  663-9450 eves 136c  sves, 886-6014 ss  GfMn Onion Etfth Station  OOOO HAY  MOMale Delivered  Garten MuMl Hay $150  Whole oats 1041b  Cel Between IMpm  6654JS7  62 Ford Mustang, 117.000 k's. 6  cyl. auto. Vary good condition  $2500. Cal 8650366. SI   ���82 Mazds RX7, good cond, new Jeep J10 let* 70s powaMkt snd  dutch, brakes. $3100.6864032.     wheels lor sals. John 865-4098.  SS 137c  75 Dodge propane 4X4, onr cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $49(5.665-7516 SS  White 4 cyl ChiysiaRekait.exe  running cond, prt, pft, woman driver $1500 obo 6664129   I35w  16(4  BODYWORKS  LIGHT WELDING  Save the high cost I wil bea aiy  wntten estimate on Ihe Coast  PROFESSIONAL POWER  POLISHING AVAILABLE  Fa info. 8854531 #37w  1920s  1923 Model T, 350 LT-1 duel  toura, tunnel ram, ex-show, very  fast, head turner. $12,000 obo or  pi. pymsnt. on boat suitable lor  charter. 866-7704 ss  1660s  ���68 Firebird, big block 400 Munci 4  spd ml Hunt shifter Eatons Limited slip rearend $2000 obo 866-  3349 ss   70s   72 Mercedes 220 D.L, suto. runs  well, needs shocks. $1350. 683-  2703. ��37w  73 VW Westfalia camper van.  pop-top, sink, ��c. $ dining tent,  very dependable $1400 865  5665 135c  '84 Nissan Micra Moving, musl  sel $500 8664960 135c  64 Honda Cmc hatchback 1500S  std. 1 owner, exc cond. $3495  tltm Call 969-3943 and leave  message ss  84 down Victoria aulo, o/d, d/l.  a/c .extras. $2950.665 9646  ss  1(M  '85 Pony, axcalsnt woik ca, runs  well $1300 Phone 865-9529  I37w  '66 Chev sin. wgn, running cond.  $3,200 obo 685-0641 137c  M Camera Z26, new Mop, new  comp TA ��� tires, Iroe rites,  brskes, paint, atarter, heater  core - new buslnsss rsqulres  truck, must sell. (6000. 666-  3562. 636c  86 Olds Cera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $57(5.866-7150  ss  IMT  87 Mercury Tracer, (0,000 km.  diamond coating, oxc. cond,  $3000 666-2417. I35w  67 Dodge Omni, (4,000 km. good  cond. no rust. $1700 8655102 ss  76 Ford Ranger 4x4, 1/2 ton  77 Ford ISO 4x4. 60 box, now  tkes. lull box Good cond. $2600  000 666-4650 as  78 GMC van. 6 cyl, short wheel  base Good running order $1500  665-5461 ��36w  79 Landcrurser. diesel. 6000 Ib.  wain winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust. $6500 obo 886-7600 ss  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto, looks snd runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 686-7099. SS  1(61  '81 International 5 Ion, propane,  mechanically certified. Best oiler  or trade lor smaller truck. 685-  3506 ss  1K2  '62 GMC High Sisrra, 300 k on  rebuilt trans Need brske/body  woik. loc m Sechel $750 obo. 1-  874-7961 #37W  1164  54 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  6664204. as  '84 SIO Blazer 4x4 Tahoe pkg,  low mileage, chip guarded, exc.  cond Moving, must sel. $5500.  866-4666 136c  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  ful bathroom, stovo, fridge, lur-  ss  20 It. Frontlor, shower, toilet,  stove, tonteoo, Iridge, ll working.  Recond. sngine. $7000 0(0. Can  be ssen a 163, Wilson Ctk. RV  Pak sa  Fa tent 13 ft. bMi Mtor, sleeps  4. $200/wk. $200 d/d. 6855307  I35w  6x45 traitor, stoops 6, dean and  good and. (S5-2100 ss  19901*. 24'motorhoms A-1 conditio K6402S ss  19' flbnform hadtop, 1(5 Mac  i/o, VHF, CS, sounder, Daitbeg.  (ma, trimtobs. auto pump. (6000  9634(23 SS  27 It. Atgo alum, work boal, 3  sins, 454. (40,000 obo. 665.  1014. ss  15 fi. f/g displacement, b/i gas  tank, canvas cuddy cabin, 15 hp  Yamaha 4-stioko. $2500.665-  1014. sa  12- aluminum boat, 7.5 Mac o/b  motor, $1600 firm. 686-9049.   as  22 1/2 ft. Doubls Eagle CB  350/260 baitbag VHF soundei,  $23,000.6854448 ss  Naw trala. 3000 fe cap. $2500.  ((50(21 ss  Wantsd: Classic woodsn lun-  about 666-2736. ss  19 ft. Campion had top, cuddy  cabin, lull canvas. Powered by  666 Mercruisa Iresh wata cooled  5HraV(/19(HP.Vaylowhoun.  used mostly tot mooching. Pertsct  cond, dean inside I out, ($500  000 6855025 SS  22 Bel Buoy NM 302 and Mac  leg. convertible hardtop and canvas. VHF, fishfindst, trailer.  $12,000. WW consldsr pat trade  665-4019. sa  25 ft IVd fibreglass woikboal. 165  Patdna diesel, low houn, slow but  good puller, $13,000 obo. 685-  1014 SS  Mobile Boat  Repair Seivice  Hull repairs, electrical,  mechanical, interior work.  24' wotk / pleasure boat, t/g on  wood, axe. cond, zero houn on  rebuil 316, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Ful price  Indudes dinghy, oas, 9 hp motor  $7900 663 2990 ss  Sunshine Coast Power ft Sail Squadron  HASIC IJO/\TING COURSE  Classes in Gibsons flf Sechelt  Starts Tuesday September 13  PREREGISTER  Roy Boutilier 886-7168  Centra Gas 885-6117 i^UlISI INt'WS,  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 ot 883-9290.      ss  18 It. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer. $3600. 883-  2297. ss  25 It. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo 886-  4670. ss  Heavy duty 50' float lamps built to  suit. 883-2610 01883-9290.      ss  Foiced to sell, luxurious libreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 ft.  ol craftmanship, world traveller.  Fridge , 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, weath-  et lax, FM and ham radios,  inboard computers and much  more. Great condition, will consider real estate Irade. $210,000  Herb Craig 686-2277. ss  27' Concorde lg. cabin cruiser  318 Chrysler i/b. radar. VHF. CB,  soundsr, compass, sleeps 4  Excellent condition. Ready to  cruise. $17.800.886-7240       ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20 30-40 50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort. 683-2456.       tfn  28. Motorcycles  1979 Honda CX500. shaft driven,  watet cooled, saddle bags and  windshield, new tires, exc. shape.  $875000 883-2172. ��36w  85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new. 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 aft 7 pm.     ss  31. For Rent  29. Wanted to Rent  Responsible couple w/lwo mature  sons would like to tent 3 bdim  house, possibly acreage ASAP  536-3770 collect. ��36w  Responsible couple w/one child  and small dog seeks clean rural 3  bdrm home, Sechelt and area  N/S. n/d. exc. refs. Please call collect (403) 235-5695 eves.    ��36w  Large Roberts Creek family seeks  laige Roberts Creek home. Oct t  - Nov. 1 Exc. rels. avail. 665-8878  Fiona. ��35w  Require: renl or caretske 2 or 3  bdrm. Roberts Creek 1 North  Rets, avail. Dims, 885-3946.��35w  HOUSES  Two bdrm house, view, w/ w/d. f/p.  central Gibsons, $750 plus util.  Lower Village 2 bdrm house, w/  w/d, property is zoned com met-  cial so has varied applications are  possible Cuirent residential tent  at $650 plus utilities.  Centtal Gibsons, 2 bdrm house,  $650/mo plus ulil.  APARTMENTS  Two - three bedroom apis renl  includes heat * hot water $650 &  $675. no pets.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  GOTCHA!  Caught you reading a  IXI Box Classified again!  If you want to be read &  be seen here, call,.  885-3930 or 886-2622  27. Mobile Homes  2 bdrm mobile, 12x70. l/s, w/d.  deck ft workshop. Oil host. #4,  1416 North Rd. 8859561.    137c  12x70 1973 Leader. 2 decks,  appliances? $19,500. 685-0225  eves. ss  1971 Lamplighter, 14'x60'. 2 bdrm  w/2 extra rooms added. Carpeted.  good cond, 4 appl. $24,500 at  Sundance Pak. 9664459.      ss  1 1/2 yr !4'x70' mobile in Ike-Lon  Park 12'��14' workshop. 16'x24'  carport, i�� sundeck, 78x132'  landscaped lot. $67,900. Musl  see 6654194 ss  WANTED: Used back Ike hi CR,  size 4.60-18, hub $ everything.  863-9016. *37c  POWERHOUSE MOTORCYCLES  1990 GSXR 1100 $5100  1960 CB750 Custom (800  1964 GS 750 ES $1700  1965CV80 $800  1(46 FIELD RD  6(54117  lln  1 lor parts for Honda CB  400T, 1978. Cal JJ 6654864.  *36w  HOUSE SITTING  Quiet, matute, responsible, n/s  lemale business owner new to  Coast, wishes lo housesit youi w/l  home for winter monlhs. Must be  in '685' exchange. Local personal  refs. upon request. Patricia 885  4354. 136c  Matute, responsible prol. mother  ol one, n/p, n/s, looking loi funky  artistic type dwelling (ie) lg. loft,  suite ova garage / offices, bight  basement or cottage. Prefer lowei  Gibsons / negotiable! Appiox.  $500/mo incl. Willing to update  decor. Ref. available. 8864115 or  6864144. ��35w  Dry gaiage needed lot arts 6  crafts, Halfmoon Bay area. 885-  4835. #35c  Professional couple, historians,  looking lor housesilting In S.C.  area. N/S, n/p, extremely quiet.  Experienced In home 6 yard maintenance, repairs. Will cars lor  plants, pets, elc. Rels. Until Aug.  30 8859290, then 9294580 #35w  Single father, needs small house /  apartment or to share accommodation w/otlwr single parent. Wilson Creek ��� Davis Bay area. Praia Mission Point. Sept. 1 or sooner. 8854141. ask (�� Michel. 135c  Courteseikng 3 bdim (or 2 bdim  ���) house lo lease by Oct/Nov. i.  Acieage, privacy & leas, lent  would be nice. 686-2576     #37w  3 bdim house, main Hoot, waterlront. Gale Road, lease. $750.  2 bdim older waterfront, Seima  Park. $650.  4 bdrm furnished Redroolls, Lease  $800  2 bdrm lurnished, Tuwanek, $700.  4 bdim furnished, lease, Noiwest  Bay Rd, $900  2 bdim suite, Cowrie, $650.  4 bdim oldet waterfront. Seima  Park. $750  COMMERCIAL  1900 square fool workshop,  power, hoist, compressor, Sechelt,  $800  SUSSEX REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGMENT  DAVE AUSTIN 1654295  #35c  For Renl  Gibsons Langdale  Lengdale collage. Spectacular  view. Walk to feny 6 beach. W/D.  $550/mo util Incl. 6664158, 669-  5797. MOw  Avail. Sept. i. Lowei Gibsons, 2  bdrm suite with view, 4 appl, n/p.  $650/mo. 596-1669. #37w  Wataview, 3 bdtm, 2 bath, eat-in  kitchen, 5 appl, laundiy, gaage (3  yi. old duplex). $875/mo. 298-  5215. #37w  Basement suite, view ol Gibsons  Harbour; n/s, n/p, new carpets,  one laige bdim, gas l/p, heat 6  light ind. $650/mo. 886-7037.  I37w  Avail. Sept. 1: Smal furnished or  partly lumished house, waterside  of Gower Pt. Deck w/view, w/d,  back yard needs upkeeping, 1  bdrm 6 den or olfice. N/S.  $750/mo. 686-2362. 635c  RV site tot rent, Sept. 1,$150/mo.  ��� uti. Quiet area, near North Rd.  963-3165 N. message.       #37w  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  3 bdrm house beside park. View, 5  appl. Avail. Sept. 1.$850/mo. 886-  0938.  M7w  Attractive new 2 bdrm, lower Gibsons, near beach, w/d, vacuum,  n/p. Avail. Sept. 1. (850/mo. Rels  263-556? I37w  2 bdrm mobile 12x70, f/s, w/d,  deck a workshop. Oil heal. U,  1416 North Rd. $625/mo. 886-  9581. M7c  2 bdrm bsmt suite, l/p, w/d, stove,  fiidge, $695/mo. 6 utll. 686-7738  aftei6.   #37C  Granthams 2 bdtm waterlront cottage, avail. Sspt. 15. -June 15.  $550/mo. 666-7034 lv. mess. ��37c  Laige 1 bdrm suile incl. small  spare room, cosy, clsan, convenient location. Rels. req'd.  $400/mo. 866-9326. ��7c  2 bdrm bungalow. Waterlront,  neai Langdale Terminal. F/P, electa heal, lully lurnished (Incl. appl,  dishes, bedding, etc.). Suitable loi  couple. Avail. Sepl. 1/94 - June  30/95. Rent 5650/mo ��� util.  Ptease phone 886-2089.      137c  Qood tenants wantsd lor large 2  bdim ground flow Ike new. Walk  to schools 6 shopping. Quiet,  yaid, paiking, w/d. $595/mo *  hydro. Avail. Sept. 1.8864682.   M6w  1 bdrm apt. rural setting. Hydro,  cable included. $550/mo. 886-  8001, Thurs. to Sunday, 8-10  am. I36w  Duplex. 3 level, 2 bdrm, 2 balh,  d/w, w/d, view. $800/mo. Sept. 7.  886-9543. #36*  New 28x8 1 bdrm travel trailer on  private property. North Rd. 6  Chamberlin. N/S. N/P. $380/mo. ���  utilities. 886-9625. #36w  1 12 bdtm apts. $440 6 $480.  Cal Dean at 8864073.      f39w  1 bdim suile, newly decorated.  Sept. 1, $450/mo, n/s, n/p. Quiet  aiea, Reed Rd. 886-7261.    ��36c  Avail. Sept. 1, uppei floor of  immaculate house, near marina,  lower Gibsons. Rental includes 3  large bdrms, 4 appl. N/P. Walk to  all amenities. $775/mo ��� utilities.  6852095. 136c  3 bdrm uppei floor. N/S preferred.  Near Ceda Grave. $800/mo. 866-  6446. 136c  Fiee standing bachelor sule on a  large properly w/exc. view 1  beach, one mile from the feny terminal. $475/mo. incl. electricity.  6852736.      fHo  tides apartmanl Iowa 53.  piivate patio, gaiden, blight and  sunny, new building, quiel and  secure. $620.8864420.     ��35w  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  4 bedroom, 2900 sq. II. ocean  view executive style home In  Woodcreek Park. Large private  yard, garden, double garage.  $1200/mo. John Austin, Pebbles  Realty 886-8107,681-3044. #35w  Modern laige duplex, uppei Gibsons, 3 bdim, 11/2 balh, sll appl,  close to schools 6 shopping. Rels.  req'd. N/P. Avail. Aug. 20.  $600/mo. 885-9540. 035w  Gibsons. New, unlurn. bachelor  suite. Own entrance 6 carport.  Beach access nearby. Rels req'd.  Avail. Sept. 1. $460/mo. 8864322  after 6 or tv. message.       #35c  3 bdrm duplex, w/d, gaiage, f/p, 1  1/2 baths. $850/mo. 886-6287.  #35w  Room snd full board  Gibsons. N/S, male. Private  entrance. Foi fuithei inlo 886-  8585 035w  2 bdtm suite, panoiamic view,  close to feny and beach. 1-432-  9679. *35c  New 2 bdim condo, $750/mo.  Includes util. N/S. N/P. 6854144.   M5c  1 bdrm suite, self-contained, cable  incl, n/p, $450/mo. Avail. Sept. 1.  666-2265 alia 6 pm. *35c  Beach cottage, Gianthams. Aval.  Oct. - May Wood stove. $450/mo.  Rels. 8864668. 135c  2 bdtm Farnham Gaidens giound  door, avail. Sept. f. $600/mo. 685  3525 ��35c  Furnished 1 bdim basement suls,  l/p, n/s, n/p. Refs leq'd. $450/mo,  avail. Sept. 1, 886-2684 or 574-  4040 ��35w  3 bdrm upper duplex, Roberts  Creek. $750/mo, aval Aug. 1  NRS Sechelt Realty Ud.  66590(3  For Rent  Sechelts District  Wilson Creek, small trailer, suitable lor 1 adult, Cedars Trailer  Court. 885-3313. I35C  Redroolls well maintained 2 bdim  mobile, woodburning stove, on 1/2  acie in Welcome Woods. Laige  workshop, w/d, n/s, n/p, avail, mid-  Sepl. $695/mo. 1-731-0963, 1-  322-0722. ��35c  Inlet Vlsw Qusst Houss. Furnished, accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 865-4490     ��36c  Halfmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  For Renl  Roberts Creek  2 bdrm furnished cottage, weekly  oi monthly. Roberts Cieek. 685-  9297; mm  Beach Ave. waterfront home, veiy  private 2* bdrms modestly furnished, f 1/2 storey old timer  w/sun room, $800/mo. Aval for 10  /12 mo. lease from Sept. 1 oi  sooner Employment 5 rents! rets,  required. Lv. mess, at 666-2558.  #36w  For Rent  Sechelt & district  Waterfront, 1 bdrm. cabin, f/s,  laundiy, elect, heel, aval. Sept. 1,  (400/mo. ��� deposit. 683-9446.  #37w  Charming 1 bdrm pt/lutn. w/l cottage, lovely swimming bssch,  huge bright loft lor extra bdrm /  study, n/s, n/p, $600/mo. ��� util.  Sspt. - June. Suitable lor responsible, quiet ptof. oi couple. 885-  1912. *37c  1 and 2 bdrm condos, lurn, l/p  snd view. Secret Cove. 8654631.  #37c  Gunboat Bay. 3 bdrm, dock, w/d,  $900/mo. lease 963-9029 n 687-  7826. ��37C  Waterfront, Redroolls Rd. 3  bdrms. 3 baths, 2 f/p's. $1100/mo.  Aval. Oct. 1. Refs. requited. 885-  7499. *36w  3 bdrm watertront house, Garden  Bay. Gaage, lumished, moorage.  Aval. Od. 1. Rels. $825/mo. 883-  9685 M6w  Furnished 3 bdim, waterlront  home (1/2 acie park-like). N/S,  refs. $650/mo. t utll. Sepl.-July  (poss. long-term). 885-5733 or  2944033. #36c  Gorgeous Halfmoon Bay w/l, cozy  1 bdrm house, lurn, lireplace,  dock 5 sheltered moorage. Od. 1  - June 1, $500/mo. ��� utll. 885-  2661,9444194,9414263.   #36c  2 bdrm apt, magic view, s/l, laundry, sundeck, n/s, no pets.  (660/mo. incl. hydro. 883-1122  Robi. #36c  3 bdim cottage, 6 mo. lease, Sept.  15 to Match 15. Apply Silvei  Sands Resort. 683-2630.    #35w  Vacation Renlal - 4 bdrm. executive homa with waterfall, beach  docks, volley bal and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $850/week. 885-5157. as  Small w/l home in vXage. Sul 1 -  2 persons, n/s, n/p, $800/mo. 1-  261-4331, mm  New one bdrm suile, n/s, n/p,  avail, immed, $500/mo. indudes  uti. 685-2432. ��37w  n  AkfciW QttM4$iUt  BCYCNA  MfflOH  COLUMBIA  ��,o vvmos       These ads appear in more thsn 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  ���"J',, and reach more than 3 million readers.  uiocumon       TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669-0222.  373  $225  lor 26  words  14.00 etch addMonal wort  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT Irom  $795. ENGINE  rerrunulacture Irom $995.  6 months to pay. 6 Year  120,000 warranty. Bond  Mechanical building engines lor 26 years. 872-  0641,8-6, 7 days.  CANADA ENGINES Ltd.  Qualily remanufactured  engines 6cyl Irom $995.  V6 Irom SI,095. 6yr  120,000km limited warranty 580-1050 or 1-800-  665-3570. 12345-114  Ave. Surrey. BCAA Ap-  provsd.        TRUCKS! TRUCKS!  Tiucks! Choose from  $2,000,000 light duty truck  inventory. We beat the  competition. Call colled Ed  Klasson, G.M. Fleet/  Leese Oept, Brad/Rob/  Peter 594-2277 DS5370.  BUSINESS  ej______  DISTRIBUTORS  WANTED. A sales and  service like no other!!  Odor-Miser Canada has  the greatest business opportunity today' Not MLA  Phone: 1(604)853-6367  NEED CAPITAL' Selling  your business71 000's ot  Investors with $5,000-  MOM to Invest No bro-  kersge lees or commission. 1(403)489-9298.  Edmonton, AB.   EXCELLENT BUSINESS  Opportunity. Includes res  tauisnt, grocents A gas-  bw.locstedinEston Saskatchewan. Sales exceed  $1,000,000 Est. 1985  Asking $250,000. plus inventory. Phone  1(3061962-3893 or  1(306)962-3520  START YOUR own  homobased business'  Wstklns is today's best  business opportunity! For  free Information contact:  Independent Marketing  Director, 218 Meglund  Crescent, Saskatoon,  Sask. S7H 426. 1-800-  263-2999.   EXTRA INCOME. For  unique home based businesses. Free information.  Send S.A.S.E. to:  Glenwynne Enterprises.  20-21960 River Road.  Maple Ridge. B.C. V2X  2C3  BUSINESS OPPS.  GREAT OPPORTUNITY  Franchise Printing Business. No experience necessary Companytralnina  back-up & support. Financing available. Mr.  Davis 1(604)643-6691.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A Little Splcel Lovely  roomates - Karen, Linda,  Cheryl have exciting personal photos to share.  Free into: Karen, Box 670-  OB, Kelowna. B.C. VIY  7P2. Adults please.  PLAY 6/49 TO Wlnl $6.  M.O/Cash. 100% returnable. S.A.E..0 Tichy. Unit  325-720-6th Street. New  Westminster, B.C. V3L  3��i   I INVESTOR-PARTNERS  Opportunity. (Active or  | Passive). A very success-  I ful. aggressive business  group needs good people. Call in strict contl-  ! dence Roland (604)536-  WZ   EDUCATION  A NEW Career? Lots of  ; |Obs available. Trained  ; Apartment, Condominium  Managers needed ��� att  areas. We can train you  now! Free Job Placement  Assistance 681-5456/1-  800-665-8339.   COUNSELLOR TRAINING Institute ol Vancou-  - verottars correspondence  courses lor the certificate  ol Counselling Studies lo  begin on the 15th ol the  month Foi a brochure  Phone Tolllree 1-800-  665-7044  AUGUSTANA UNIVER-  SITYColiegeinCamrose.  Alberta is still accepting  applications lor university  studies beginning In September. For information or  application materials  please call toll-lree: 1-600-  661-6714.   CHEF TRAINING Full-  lime 17 week Diploma  Programs ottering the best  j training in Cooking/Pastry  and Desserts Financing  J available and placement  ! assistance.   Dubrulle  J French Culinary School.  I Vancouver (604)738-  3155or 1-B0O-667-7288.  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITIES  jpUIPMENT  FOUR WATER Tiucks,  Fuel Tiucks, 4X4  Backhoes, Bobcat.  Kenworth Dump Truck,  seven loaders, three larm  tractors, 40 Ion lowbeds,  1213 crusher, complete,  belly dump, end dumps,  740 grader, three pavers,  compactors. Call Vic 493-  6791.  FOR SALE MISC.  STEEL BUILDINGS:  "Cheaper Than Wood*.  Ouonset-Stralghtwall  quonset, Structural Steel  Buildings. B.C. Company,  we won'i be undersold.  Service and satisfaction  guaranteed! Weslern  Steel Buildings 1-800-565-  9800.   FUTURE STEELBuildings  - Ouonsets 25'X30'  $5.462,30X40'$6,593,  35'X50' $6,476.  Straightwall Ouonsets  25'X30' $5,922, 30'X40'  $6,999. Endwalls. Sliding  Doors, Freight lo Vancou-  verSGSTincludedl-SOO-  668-5111.  SATELLITE OWNERS  Lasl month! Save $499.  Decorder for TSN, Networks, etc. $101 Pey only  subscnpiionljays, Expos,  others. 1(902)477-5456.  "Decorder Blowout*. Box  8356, Station A. Halifax,  NS. B3K5M1.  HELP WANTED  IN SCENIC Clinton B.C.  26 unit mobile home court  end 31 site RV park on  lown waler and sewer.  Comes complete. Phone:  (604)457-6633, Fax:  (604)457-6632  INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL Exchange ���  Ages 18-30 win agricultural experience to live/  work wilh lamily In Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Japan. Cosls/deialls  1-600-263-1827. 1206,  1501 ��� 17 Ave. Calgary.  ABT2T0E2.  CSM GIFTS is an established Party Plan company We offer great programs, large variety ol  toys, gifts and specialty  rtems. No investment, deliveries o/collections Call  1(519)258-7905, Fax:  1(519)258-0707.  MERTIN GM, Chillwack.  Here we grow againl Requires a licensed technician GM experience preferred. Comparative pay  plan and excellent benellts. ForlnlervmvcallRk*  Sperling, (604)795-9104.  EXPERIENCED DEALERSHIP Partsman  wanled lor Ford Dealership. Call Rick Nielsen  1(403)667-7866.  EDITOR REQUIRED loi  community newspaper In  Kimitat.B.C.Two publications perweek. Must have  strong writing skills, also a  strong work ethic. Call  Sandra Dugdate  (604)632-6144. Fax  resume and referencesto;  (604)639-9373.  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  stock, countertops/vanl-  tles slso. Cash �� Carry  Cabinet Warehouses:  "4278       Lougheed,  Bumaby 296-9277  " 19700 Langley Bypass,  Langley 534-7273  " 600 Cloverdale Ave,  Victoria 475-1159  "561 -HthAve, Campbell  River, B.C. 287-8787!  "2680   Bowen   Rd,  Nanaimo 756-9229.  "1666    Spall    Rd.,  Kelowna. 666-6638.   EMU THE New Alternative Cash Crop. Now available, 3 month old chicks  liom high production  breeding slock. Low coat,  high profit venture. 339-  0202.   TEAMS OF Percherons,  Belgians and Mules plus  well broke ranch geldings  and young horses (over  1500). Senior 21 ranches  Aug. 25, Sept. 3,4,9,10,  11,16 and 1 f. For list call  Moore's Auctioneering  Ltd. 1(403)366-3759, Al-  POETRY    CONTEST  $24,000 In prizes yearly.  Possible publication. Send  one original poem 20 lines  or less: National Library  Of Poetry, Box 704-1363,  OwmgsMllls, M0 21117  HOMESTEADER OUT-  DOOR FURNACES:  Qraies, Ashpen, Metal  cladding. Approved/Certified lo CSA Standards.  Stokers, pumps, rads,  pipe, Iloor heat. Homestead. Box 160. Winkler,  Manitoba, R6W 4A4, 1-  204-325-4253,  MUSIC/ART/DANCINO  -LEAflNGUITARNowlV  1/2 hour video shows all  tht basics and more. Easy  to use, essy to learn. For  more inlo. call Toll-lree 1-  600-541-8066, Lower  Mainland 541-6066  (10a.m. to 5p.m.).  MOBILE HOMES  CUSTOM DESIGNED  Manulactured Homes.  Why buy off a lot when  you can customize any  plan to your own personal  taste. Pre-owned homes  also available. Noble  Homes 1(403)447-3414.  FACTORY DIRECT. Single and double wides.  Quality manulactured  homes. 1400-667-1533  "II we cam make a deal-  we'll pay your way home I"  PERSONAL  GOOD SEX lor seniors.  Overcome all Impotence  problems caused by aging, medications, surgery,  diabetes etc. Get Ihe tacts:  Performance Medical,  Box418,Valemount,B.C.  Tpl-lreei-aoo-663-0121.  HANDLE STRESS Gam  control ovei the Reactive  Mind. Read the book  "Dianetics* by L.Ron  Hubbard. $7.50. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundatlon,401  West Hastings, Vancou-  veiV6B1L5. 661-0318  SPIRITUAL  UNFOLDMENT can be  accelerated by effort and  conscious contact wih  spirit. Tiy s simple spiritual exercise, the HO. Call  Eckanksfs Inlormation  line 1-800-667-2990/  qVHD2M"M2S,  WICKED WHISPERS  Llve-1 on 1,24 hours 1-  600-562-2151 Ext. 906.  (2.99 per minute. MC/  Vlss/AX18�� years.  REAL ESTATE  HENDRIX LAKE, B.C.  Lskeslde recreational  community. Fully serviced  lots Irom $12,000 6  houses Irom $34,900.  Fishing, hunting 6  tnowmnblling. Essy financing. Richard  Osborne, Realty Work),  White Rock. (604)531.  5561.    INTERESTED IN  Parksville or Ouallcum  Beach? Homes or business. Ctll Don Parker lor  Inlormation 1-800-666'  3622. Remax Anchor Re-  aky Ltd, Ouallcum Beach,  RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owntr. Smal  lots to large acreages.  Oceenlronl, lakelront,  streams, ranchland - located throughout BC.  Tarns available. Free brochure. Nlho Land Seattle  Company Ltd. 521-7200.  SERVICES  LEARN THE Secrels ol  chordlng on guitar. New  home study course. Fast,  easy methods Guaranteed! Free Inlormation.  Popularmusic Studio G31,  103-1054 Ellis, Kelowna,  B.C. Call 1-800-667-0050  Ext. 770.  WE TAKE The Fear Oul  01 ICBC. Ma|or ICBC In-  luryclalms.JoelAWener,  trial lawyer (or 25 years.  Calltree 1 -800-665-1138.  Contingencies. Simon,  Wener 6 Adler.  1 bdrm w/f self-contained apartment, avail. Ocl. t. N/S. N/P.  $400/mo. ��� share uti, w/d. 885-  0605 #37*  Immaculate 2 bdtm rancher in  West Sechel. All appl. kid. w/d.  6825/mo. Sept. 1. Call Diane to  view 686-2670. 137c  View home, Sandy Hook, 2 bdim  t loft, 2 bath, n/s, n/p, refs.  $600/mo.274-2840. 137c  Blight above ground bsmt sule. 1  bdim, piivate entiance, cable,  shaied laundiy, utll. Incl. Avail.  Sept. 15. 5425/mo. Prefer quiel  n/s single peison. 865-3391. #36w  Sandy Hook. New waterfront  home, sandy beach, 3 bdrms, 2  full balhs, appliances. N/S. N/P.  Avail. Sept 1- June 30. $975/mo.  �� utilities. 1-266-3419.        I36w  WILSON CREEK  2 bdim mobile homo, w/d, Codas  Trailer Court 885-3313       136c  2 bdim main door of houss, LR,  DR, 3 appl, use of w/d, csiport  Security deposit $750/mo ��� 2/3  hydro. Aval, immed 685-3165.  Mw  Browning Rd, Wilson Creek Aval  Immed, coiy, clean, 2 bdim  house, 4 appl, l/p, $750/mo  Looking la reliable long lam tenants Rets please 665-3433 ��36c  3 bdim ��� den townhouse, view,  adult oriented 6850/mo. 885-  3651.6854360 ��36c  Watertront house, 3 bdrms. aval.  Sept. I.WXVmo ��� uti 885-5376,  after Sepl 1,1-733-3888     136c  MADEIRA PARK  1 bdrm sule. $360/mo. 885-6895  136c  ���MEDIATELY  2 bdim doublewide in desireable  Big Maples (adul paik), $650/mo.  8(57616. M5w  Neai new 2 bdrm 1 level condo.  gas, f/p, 5 appl, (700/mo. 922-  8456 eves, afler 6 pm (coled).  mm  Sandy Hook: 2 bdim lurnished  cabin, aval. Aug. 15 yeai round  $700/mo ��� util. 1-9459161.135w  2 bdim w/l view house, 7965  Redrooffs Rd. (850/mo. 734-5660  or 1-734-3991. 135c  721 Mm M.  MO sq.ft.  Commeicial space available  Ocl 1st Can he used as  offices or medical purposes  Very reasonable rates  CaflUnka  Retail/Office space downtown  Sechel, approx. 5000 sq. ft, main  floor Call Maig at NRS Sechelt  RealyUdloidetai8,885-2235tfn  Oceanview furnished office aval.  for rent by the day or open to special tsquiiemenls. Located in  friendly, relaxed Professional  Building ki Gibsons Landing. Ful  secretarial services a receptionist  svail. Cal 886-3320 oi fax 666-  3270 ttn  Devis BayAWson Creek hal available Wheelchair lacilities. 885-  2752 a 665-9663 Ih  Roberts Cieek Hal, aval, dances,  parties, weddings Yvonne 886-  7815 Ifn  1100 sg fl. industrial/commercial  loi lease. Wilson Creek No triple  net  1022 Sq ft. retail/office space.  Sechel. Lease hold improvements  negotiable.  NRS Sechelt Reedy Ltd.  34  Help Wanted  P/T position avail, at local video  stoie Must be 20 yis. *, tesponsi-  We and able lo woik flexible hows  (weekends and evenings). Compute! knowledge necessay, 685-  7864 I35c  Gtamma's Pub has openings loi  door stall. Knowledge of 'Squirrel'  sn asssl. Apply with resume lo  Michele at Gramma's Pub, Wed -  Sat days No phone cals please.  I36w  34. Help Wanted  I need help expanding my 15 yr.  old debt-tree business. Motivated,  positive bilingual individuals.  Spanish, European languages,  Korean, Cantonese. Mrs. Young,  tolllree, 1-978-6244 ��37w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Community Kitchens Is looking  foi an assislant lo help organize a  monthly communal cooking session and lo plan and publicize for  the program. Call lor more Information.  Volunteers sre needed for a program thai provides sen/Ices to victims 6 witnesses ol clime. Full  training and support provided.  The Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is looking tor senioi who is  interested in leaning how to give  educational sessions to students  al a variety ol schools on the  coast.  A scslt model is needed ol a heritage building on the coest. All  measurements are available bul a  voluntesi is needed to build Ihe  model.  A lemale "buddy* who loves  music and choli is needed lo  accompany a woman to choir and  possibly music shows In Ihe  Sechel aiea.  The Sunshine Coasl Volunteer  and Information Centie, tel: 865  5861, lax: 8659493. ��34c  Expeiienced counselloi, MA/MSW  oi squiv. For group practice.  Katherine 866-7045. ��37c  Lino layer needed lw new klchen  Iloor. Reasonable, please! 886-  3113. ��36w  34. Help Wanted  Now accepting applications for P/T  woik. Must be able to wotk days,  nights and weekends. Apply In  person to Saan Slore, Gibsons.  ��35c  INSURANCE  Level I ot II licence with personal  lines, Autoplan (computer expeiience. Contad Dorothy Lupel, Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies  Ltd., Trail Bay Mall. 885-2291.  #37c  Growing Sunshine Coast business  requires a purchasing clerk. Would  be responsible foi all ordering,  answering phones and customer  service. Must have good organizational skills. Must be able to work  under pressure and work well wilh  others. Must be able to comprehend and retain information Part  time to stall may woik into lull  time. Please send written lesume  to S48 C6 RR 12, Gibsons, BC  VON IVO. *36c  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Cenlte has need ol p/l on call  employee, ECE qualit. a E.C.E.  studsnl preferred. Closing dale,  Sept. 2/94 Reply Box 55, Fawn  Rd.fiRI Hallmoon Bay VON I YO  665-5607. ��35w  Opening lot dependable ollice  receptionist foi Satuidays (9-5),  Sundays I national holidays (10-  4). Contad John Peal al 885-  3295, Sussex Realty, Sechel.  ��36w  Busy Sechelt restaurant seeking  mature, reliable breakfast cook.  Houis wll be 7 sm - noon, Sunday  lo Wed. Call Kim, 886-0027  between noon 6 8 pm.       *36w  Store space, 1420 sq. fl, aval.  Od. 1.5638 Cowrie St, Sechel.  8859067. ��7w  Large ground level sule aval. Od. 0��" 500 sq II stoie front tolsd  1. 2 bdim, 5 appl, sulable loi l" busy smal ptaa oil Hwy 101.  quiet couple. N/P. N/S. $565/mo.�� Exc. lor business ollice. Long lam  t/2 uB. Open house Tues, 7:304 Kaso aval. Newly lenovsted. Cal  pm, Sat. 10 - noon. 885-2995, Mario oi Glen at 866-7016 ot  5603 Wakefield Rd. #37w Lome colled 73740(1 th  300 sq fl office specs foi rent ki  professional building in Qibsons,  on (00 Mock ol Sunshine Coast  Hwy. Available knmed. Foi further  inhumation contad 685-5736  th  LOOKING FOR NEW  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES?  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     Jnl   1019 Venture Way, Glbeona    na sul  To PB^Wter call   iM ?��"y��"-*��  006-3007  Reporting to the Municipal Clerk, the  Records Manager is responsible tor servicing requests arising from the Freedom of  Information and Protection of Privacy Act  and creating, maintaining and managing  the records and information systems for  the District of Sechelt.  Education and Exoarlanca:  ��� High School Graduate or equivalent plus  office training and data gathering skills;  ��� Minimum one year of filing experience;  ��� Prefer experience with a B.C.  Municipality.  ��� Familiarity with Freedom of Information  Legislation.  ��� Word processing skills (WordPerfect 5.1)  This position is open to both male and  female applicants. The position is excluded from the BCGEU. bargaining unit due  to its confidential nature relating to the  Freedom of Information Act (currently  under review). The applicant will have  access to a variety of sensitive and confidential records and as such will be  required to swear an oath of confidentiality  ensuring conduct becoming to the requirements of the position.  Salary: $16.74 per hour  Applications should be submitted by 4:00  p.m., Friday, September 9th, 1994, to the  following:  Mr. Joseph A. Calenda, MCIP, DTM  Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,  Sechelt, B.C.    VON 3A0  Fax 885-7591  DID YOU KNOW?  10,331,000 adults In English Canada read  a community newspaper every week. 34. Help Wanted  34. Help Wanted  34. Help Wanted  Delivery driver needed. Musl be Teacher requites morning help for  energetic, motivated and willing to her 2 school age children in  work long hours. Must be 19 yeats Hobeits Cieek. (12/hi  7 am -  ot age and live In the Sechelt area. 10:30 am, 5 days/wk 885-0323  886-8005,666-0951. #36w Rels. ^  Now hiring p/t, f/t. Apply with  resume to Subway, Gibsons. ��36c  Caretaker w/energy, skills S vision  to clean up and restote old w/l  homestead. Reply lo Box T c/o  Coast News, Box 66, Sechelt VON  3A0. ��36c  F/T bookkeeper / oflice administration - medium sized industrial  dim requires knowledgeable bookkeeper, capable ol running a fully  Integrated software package which  Includes job i equipment costing.  Some secretarial skills also req'd.  Reply to Personnel c/o Box 1456,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.        *35c  S.C. COMPUTER COLLEGE  Impiove job opportunities,  increase conlidence 6 skills lor  competitive job markets. Register  tor ow adult courses. We make it  easieil 865-3366. 136c  Young geneial labourer required.  8654869 M5w  P/T casual clerk, cash register  experience In letail shop in  Sechelt. 885-5178. #35w  Matuie n/s, n/d live-In houssksep-  ei required Rels. req'd. Send  resumes lo Box "S" c/o Cosst  News, Box 68, Sechelt VON 3A0.   #35w  Two part time retail sales clerk  positions now available. 18-20  his/wk. Computeiized P.O.S. and  hatdwaie experience an assst.  Apply wth resume Landing Home  Hadwae. ��35w  Part lime clerk, nights. Village  Store. Phone Moi 686-3520. 135c  In search ol expeiienced prawn  fisherman to lun 36 ft. prawn boat.  686-7464 Mic  It you aie tellable, personable,  physically til and mechanically  inclined, drop oil a resume at Aero  Seivices, Wharf Plaza, Sechelt.  Foi an opportunity to train as a  service peison loi oui company.  Starting wage ol $8510 pa houi  depending on expeiience. No  phone calk please. ��35w  Fully qualified stylist required foi  busy salon. Expertise In all phases  of haii caie. 2 oi 3 yis. expert-  anca. Mail lesume to Box 291,  Sechel a phone 685-2818. #35c  ALASKA JOBS! Eam up to  (30,000 in thiee months fishing  salmon. Also yea round lishing loi  King Ciab, halibut and barring.  Plus construclion���caoneries..oil  (elds, aid more. Hiring nowl (601)  799-1362 Exl S-36* 24 houis.  135c  Reliable, sell-motivated hairstylist  lot busy salon. No clientele  required. Chair rental basis. 886-  21^ #35c  Temporaty bookkeeper must have  AccPac 6.0 experience 6 ability to  train stall. Call Sunshine Coast  Employment Agency 883-2162. tfn  Assemble light products at home.  Excel. Income, easy wotk. Call lot  directory, 24 hts. (604) 623-2380  SXI-A74. tf���  OFFICE MANAGER  Part-time position (16 hours per  week) to ptovide organizational  and clerical assistance to Boatd ol  Directors, Executive Director, and  professional management team of  social seivice agency; supervision  ol other support start and volun-  leets; computeiized inlormation  management; and building management.  Qualifications include post secondary education in office management, social services, oi volunteer management; related woik  experience; proficiency In computer applications; snd excellent  organizational and communication  skills. Ws are seeking an individual with enthusiasm tot waking as  a team member, and commitment  lo the community. Benefit package  available.  Please submit resumes by September 6,1994, to Executive  Diiectot. Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box 1069,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.        #35w  PROGRAM ASSISTANT  Part-lime position (14.5 houis pei  week) to provide organizational  and clerical support to piogtams  saving (amies with children who  have special needs: the Infant  Development Programme, Bridges  (Children's Rehabilitation Seivices), and Special Seivices to  Children. Responsibilities Include  woid processing, computeiized  infatuation management and data  base maintenance, assistance  with facility scheduling and main-  fence, and general clerical tasks.  Qualifications include giade 12  diploma, and training and experience in office procedures, including computw applications We are  seeking an individual who Is  Iriendly, professional, committed  and sensitive to clients and tha  community and has excellent  organizational and communication  Please submit resumes by September. 8, 4(94, to Executive  Mactwi Sunshine Coaat Community Seivices Sociely, Box 1069,  Sechel, BCVON SAO.       ��35w  Sechelt, the Heart ot the Sunshine Coast,  is a rapidly growing, beautiful seaside  community of 7,200. As a new District, we  have the opportunity of defining a vision  and building the foundations for future  growth with the participation of 7 very  active and energetic community associations.  ThaPoaltlon  The Director of Engineering and Public  Works is a challenging position reporting to  the Administrator and responsible for  supervising all aspects of Public Works  and Engineering, participating in the  Management Team, advising Council and  working with the citizens.  The Candidate  The successful candidate will be a highly  motivated, smart, energetic team player  who is comfortable dealing with engineering consultants.has experience in developing infrastructure in rapidly growing communities and can relate well with the public, community groups and senior levels of  government.  Qualifications  The preferred candidate will have a degree  or diploma in Municipal or Civil  Engineering, be eligible for registration in  A.P.E.Q.B.C. or A.S.T.T. and have several  years of municipal or relevant experience.  The District offers an attractive benefits  and remuneration package, relocation  assistance and the opportunity to work  with a dedicated Management Team in a  rapidly growing community.  Applications should be submitted no later  than Friday, September 16,1994, marked  confidential and addressed to:  Mr. J. Calenda, MCIP, DTM,  Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,  Sechelt B.C. V0N3A0  Fax 885-7971  BUS DRIVERS  Sechell School Bus Seivice  Ltd. is now accepting job  applications lor School Bus  Drivers lor the 1994-1995  School Tetm.  Applicants should have a  valid Class tor 2 B.C.  Driver's License.  Apply at 6041E. Porpoise  Bay Rd., Sechell, B.C.  or phone 885-2513 for more  information.  35. Business &  Home Services  DO YOU NEED...  Brushculting ��� Lawn mainl. -  Headge trimming ��� Weedeating ���  Turf installation ��� Low maint. landscaping ��� Rubbish removal ��� Window / gutter cleaning ��� Cleanups ���  Woodsplltllng ��� Power washing.  665-6357. #36c  35. Business &  Home Services  36. Work Wanted  Coast News, August 29,1994  remember when  19  k. J i>      -I ' ^   keVtL.   st  Hou9* ami"Q ** h0UM  i/s \.    V|C%3 ���*rsnces.bondaUe.B8SH  35. Business and  Home Services  Look upl Ate youi ceilings dirty?  Don't paint oi replace youi tile. I  specialize in cleaning stipple and  T-bar ceilings. For Iree estimates  call 884-5263. ��37w  FREE ESTIMATES  For all your sandblasting and  painting needs, Coasl Abrasive  Blasting 863-9629. ��37c  A  2    <T  Brothers \  Construction  Good Quality  Cedar Fencing  Chain Link  Lawn Care Services  CALL  Carey 885-0942  Richard 885-1079  TRADITIONAL DECORATING  Paint ��� Wallpaper  666-3425   tfns  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors-supplied, laid, sanded  1 linished. Old floors - re-sanded  & re-finished. Lyle Hayter Floors  Ltd. 865-7633 ��36c  House cleaning and house sitting,  -9679.  ��35w  VILLAGE OFFICE EXTENSION  mak\t our office your office  Full Secretarial Services  /liisuipriiifl Service,  Word Processing,  Bookeeping, Public Fax,  Photocopying & more...  All work handled by  Village Office Extension  Is guaranteed confidential.  llie services 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 only a phont roll away..  721 Winn Rd, Gibsons  886-3320  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroollng and repairs, oui specialty. For s FREE sstimals call Al,  885-1269. #35w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Quality home builder, forms, framing, finishing, decks, renovations,  caH Diew, 865-4557. #38w  ALL CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doots, windows, bathrooms. Renovation, re-ioofing, siding, painting. 20 years expeiience,  reasonable istes. Norman 886-  0506. #35w  Door Pre-Hang  Service  ��� Sales, Repairs & Installation  of Wood, Metal  4 French Doors  ��� Door Lites to brighten  your entrance  ���We do custom sizes  SUNCO 885-8889  YARD  ATTIC &  BASEMENT  CLEAN-UP  Call for FREE Estimate  886-3309  RR*2 SIO C4 Gibsons, BC VON IVO  TIXW-AY  Mobile Mlllworks Ltd.  CulnmSmetlmf  M ill.  Dean 885-4794  Custom designed interior / exterior  additions, staircases, decks,  fences, etc. Ouality wotkmanshlp  guaranteed.  Big tt Smell's Woodenware  686-8194  I36w  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yaid clean up, etc. Will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous service. 665-4604.     #36w  BOB'S PAINTING  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free estimates.  Bob, 885-4804. M6w  Journeyman with 15 yis. expeiience available foi all aspects ol  framing, n  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping between mainland & Sunshine Coast. Construction 6 agriculture supply oui specially. 686-7774.  DUMP RUNS  Will remove anything, anywhere,  anytime. 886-7774. #35w  R 6 BTREE SERVICE  Let the sunshine inl Spiral pruning,  thinning, lopping, danger Iree  removal. Reasonable rates. Free  estimates. Fully insured. 885-  9190. 135c  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden t Chain link  Decks li Porches  Call altei 6pm 166-2215 Bob Una  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Flaming to lockup. 686-0380,886-  0664eves. ttn  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look st all jobs big oi small.  Foi piompt, qualily wotk at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 885-3372 or 885-7166. ttn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tiee  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Fiee estimates. 685-2109.  tfn  PLUMBING  Remodelling, buret pipss, hot  water lanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Call Paul 886-9420 ��39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton duck available loi hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yaid maintenance, lotolilling, odd  |obs. 685-3917. tfns  Gardening, gas weedeetei, lawns,  giound maintenance, window  washing. 866-2999 #35c  VERSATILE TRACTOR Co.  * Excavator  * Bobcat wilh Landscape Rake  * Fencing & Landscaping  Dan Plows  . 886-2485  r^  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  No smoke, No Chimney!  Dealer for Jamestown  Envirofire, Tempest  A vent  CAIASSS-SIS3  9349.  *39c  DIRT PEOPLE  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rewoik old landscaping, weekly cuts, Inside repairs, low rates,  exc. lets. 886-9593. ��39c  CEDAR SHAKES  ROOFING REPAIRS  Special prices on cedai shakes,  and shingles. Nwman 886-0506.  I96C  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repair and renovations. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dan 886-  3064. #35w  COASTAL CONSTRUCTOH  Flaming, linishing, renovations,  DEC-K-ING, vinyl decking, aluminum railing. 886-0764.     #35c  CATHY'S HOME CLEANMO  (iioudly announces Its first anniversary. Fully bondable.Relsi-  ences available. For rates and  inlormation. call 686-4660. Look  for specials coming in September  I35C  LAWNS GARDEN  Fiuit tie* pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Cal 88M160. tin  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Fiee estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2178. Hh  37. Child Care  Child care available In my Langdale home. Shift woik, etc. (flexibility), TLC, liist-aid and references 886-4053. ��37w  Morningtown Family Dsycaie.  Qualily licensed daycare has one  full-time opening for a child to 5  yrs. 886-2203. ��37w  Wanted: live-in nanny. School age  children. Rels required. 686-7813  beloie 5 pm, 886-0121 after 5 pm.  #35c  Babysit, my house or yous. 686-  3907. I37w  Live-in nanny /housekeeper needed to care lot two smal children.  Some experience oi training In  working wUh children wih special  needs Is pretened. Must be non-  smoker, have a valid BC drivel's  licence snd wiSng to woik flexible  houn. References and doctor's  letter required. Phone 886-7956.  I37w  BETHEL PRESCHOOL  Now accepting registrations loi  Sept. t*. Pleas* phone Bonnie,  ���37c  Nt*d Mp? Can do B*dtord, dri-  ving, painting, cMdng, oytM taping, dealing. Safi 8844263.I37W  HORIZON CLASS  LIMITED  ���pecidningin I n���mill ft  residential gluing  Over 20 yean expertise  Competitive, prompt service  crinum  CREEK WOOD FLOORMG  Installation, finishing, tefinlshlng.  Free esUmetss. 885-0641    ��35w  CLEANMO LADY  Thorough, trustworthy, us* own  supplies, good refs. Rates: W. I  town ol Sechel (local) Wr, of*  a***, naaaflsfesa. 8664108. #37w  Renovations carpenter avail. 7  framing, dyval, flnishing, 865-3320  Lany. Mc  DRYWALLTAPER  ���Saw MoneyT You boad, II tap* ���  15 yis. experience. Oualy service.  6654564 I36w  X  MORNINGSTAR MAINTENANCE  . Handyman A Household Fix-It Seivice  ��� Plumbing Alterations & Repairs  ��� Renovations, Drywall & Painting  ��� No Job Too Small  CallBrisnH Mellis ��� 8S6-9272,  Overnight cere to elderly ot chit- Mother ol one would like lo look  dren, references, bondable. 686- after 1 oc 2 children l/t. mine or  9679. #35w  you home. 885-0583.        136c  5 YEARS AGO  A community forestry project, sponsored by  the District of Sechelt, has received $152,180  from Ihe provincial government under the new $5  million community forestry program.  Thirteen year old Kristen Horvath of Gibsons  was the winner last week in The Province Trivial  Pursuit Contest, winning for himself a portable  colour TV and the latest edition of the Trivial Pursuit Game.  10 YEARS AGO  The regional board of directors expressed concern at its meeting of August 23 that the provincial government had altered its approach to funding planning programs resulting in a shortfall for  the Sunshine Coast of $11,000 to $25,000.  Last Thursday, during the course of the senior  men's regular play, saw a hole-in-one for Jim  Gilchrist on Number 8. This was the first ever for  Jim after 40 years of golf - so the rest of us can  take heart!  15 YEARS AGO  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club proposes that the regional board should turn over 45  acres of Cliff Gilker Park for the expansion of  golfing facilities.  Two lightening strikes start a small forest fire  in the Ruby Lake vicinity. A five man crew from  Pender Harbour Forest Service brought the fire  under control the same day.  25 YEARS AGO  Sechelt Waterworks claims the regional dislricl  has no right to expropriate its water system.  Principal T.G. Elwood informs parents of high  school students by letter of the need for Elphinstone secondary school to go on shift system  because the facilities are inadequate.  35 YEARS AGO  The contract has been let for the construction  of the new RCMP building in Gibsons.  The Coast News carried a picture of the Johnson twins of Sechelt, Ron and Roger, who were  awarded medals for service with Ihe United  Nations Expeditionary Force in the Gaza strip.  The Johnson boys are the sons of magistrate  Andrew Johnson.  45 YEARS AGO  Unfortunately 45 years ago is not available this  week.  Moth*r ol 2, ages 3 6 5, will  babysit my homa, f/t. Five yis.  expeiience woiWng loi daycare.  Horitiy snacks Hunches, aits a  crafts, lots of TLC. Rets, avsil.  Please cal Karen 686-9325. ��37c  Requite live-out nanny for 3 chl-  dren, tft, own vehicle. Rets, req'd.  KWwIy, 865-2751. ��36w  Expei. In-home day care. Refs.  Mother ol 2 looking foi infant ��� 4  yis. Large yaid w/play centie.  Langdale are*. 9864762.   m*  LovinQ mothtr of 1 pro-ichootor  wi provfdt chH ctro In ntr tome,  in a Mfe friendly subdivision. Cal  after 6pm. MM697. #36*  Chid car* n*eded for 6 mo. old,  Davis Bay to Sechelt area, p/t       (sNflwwk). 885-1913.        136c  RUBBISH REMOVAL Are you * teenage parent ot  Yard clean up, light moves, odd young parent and wish to return to  jobs, quick, friendly service, 885- school, but need daycare? Why  96t4,1-97M147Mfi*tp*g��r. not cat Esprit Daycare and tak to  #37w Helen? 886-7739. 136c  Mom ol 1 available Mon.-Fri. ?���  5:30 pm, Sept. - June. Experienced i reliable, w/exc. rets. Lots  of span and tun activities. Close  to school. Fiist aid. Pam 885-  0720. 136c  Reliable sitter reqd (or 2 cMdren  (7 a 4) in my home. Must hav*  own vehicle. Early morning, Rels  req'd. 666-9112 altei 5.      I35w  Lanodala Ow Can  Quality licenced family daycare  Slight, well equipped w/quaHfiod  supeivision. Also taking registration for M. 666-7646. ��36c  Exp. childcare giver In my hom*.  After school only, don to school  bus slop. Have references. Phone  after 5 pm, 86*06)3. 135c  Complete daycare 6 equipment  lor sals 686-3295. I36w  743 Bobcat, 909 backhoe, TKSU  tiallai, 1991 1-ton Ford dlesell  dump. Take ovei business 663-  S8S7. raw  ��20O-$50O Weekly! Assemble  products st hom*. Easy! No s*1-  ingl Direct payment. Ftjy guaranteed. No experience necessary.  CaH 24 his. 1-504-641-7778 *xt.  ________________*  Hot dog vending bus****, 860  atyto. 8884317. Mc  38. Busine:  Oppoiti  "6475 Weekly"  Homewoikets needed to mske  stylish beaded sailings, yssi  round, at home. Info, send * sal*  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT, 629 Norwest Rd.,  SI*. 813, Ex. 3003, Kingston  Ortrt)K7P2N3, m*  I earn $200 a day, spare time from  hom*. You can tool Call 24 hi  recorded message lot details.  604-360-7906. I35w  Established used cat sales business tooking for active or silent  Christian partner Contact Mike  Pmnley. S8S-4004. mm  NOTICE I* hereby given lhal an  application will be made to th*  Director ot Vital Statistics tor a  change ol name, pursuant to St*  provisions ol Ih*-Nam* Ad* by  m*, Jam** Stmrart Corbett, PO  Bos S, Gianthams Landing VON  tXO to Chang* my nam* from  James Stewart Corbett to Phi  DaJim Corbatt. dated this 23rd  day of August, 1994. Wc  To whom it may concern: I wil not  be responsible for any debt*  Incurred by others In my nan*  from this day onward. William  LOOKING  TO  EXTRA  MONEY  OUT  OF  YOUR  BUDGET?  TRY  SELLING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  SUNSHIN1    COAST    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING    5-177 WHARF RD     SECHEIT   BC.   ���   BOX  800   VON  3AC  MONDAY, AUGUST 29,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Sunshine Coasl Recreation Commission  Tuesday, August 30th at 7:00 p.m.  Park* Committee  Thursday, September 1st at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, September 1st to follow Parks Committee  Regular Board  Thursday, September 8th at 7:30 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  CLOSED FOR LABOUR DAY  Please be advised that the offices of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District will be closed on Monday, September 5th  for Labour Day.  JOB OPPORTUNITY  WANTED: Line Dance Instructor for the Pender Harbour  Aquatic & Fitness Centre. Phone Marie at 883-2142  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7 -10 a.m.  unm _________________Qj  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7 ��� 10 a.m.  NOTF; Nfl SPBINM INfi FVFNINGS  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is  Permitted  ATTENTION: 'PLEASE TURN OFF AIL  .. SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT  *���*��� OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  m 20  Coast News, August 29, 1994  news  Spring SETA layoffs called 'unjustified'  from page 1  An audit earlier this year found the district  had overspent $250,000 on special education  services. In a June 16 letter from Art Charbonneau, Minister of Education, to Board  Chairman Pal Stuart, Charbonneau said, "The  grant adjustment will be deducted from your  regular June 30, 1994 payment. I understand  the adjustment may cause the district to incur  a 93/94 operating deficit If this is the case,  approval is granted for the board to incur a  93/94 operating deficit in the amount of  $250,000 on condilion that the deficit is  retired by the end of Ihe 1995/96 fiscal year."  Charbonneau also advised Stuart that the district could appeal the audit.  Both Olsen and Strand said the union  negotiating team which agreed to the June  lay offs as an 'eleventh hour' measure, were  unaware that the board had approval to carry  Ihe deficit until the end of the 95/96 fiscal  year.  When asked why the district laid off workers and cut back hours when they didn't have  to this year, treasurer Tim Anderson said,  "We were being fiscally responsible."  Anderson acknowledged the district has  appealed the audit and that the appeal will be  conducted by an independent consultant early  in September. He denied rumours that the  board or administration had received a 12 per  cent increase this year. "There is a lol of  sabre-rattling going on out there." He also  thought binding arbitration would be a 'lose-  lose' situation for everyone.  Both Strand and Olsen feel that some district trustees are unaware of the total scope of  problems in the stalled talks.  Olsen said, "A lay-off is only justified if  there isn'l enough work, and that isn't the  problem here. We're not even asking wage  parity with other districts, who have settled  their contracts without these kinds of problems. Burnaby gol 5.8% over two years and  their starling wages are $1.50 to $3.50 more  per hour than we have here. Most full-time  SETA's here don't make more than $19,000 a  year, and this summer 10 of them had Iheir  working hours reduced from 50 hours a  month to 20. We're worried that cuts like this  will mean a decline in service."  GQ&7A M0A  SPECIAL AIRFARES  + + + + + * 4- �� >��� *�� <T *T ���*��� *T  30 Day Max Stay $699  60 Day Max Stay $899  ��� Taxes Extra ���  Free overnight hotel with transfers In Los Angeles  These prices also apply over Xmas  based on space available  886-3381  beside Qibsons Medical Clinic  I��**  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Health officer argues  the need for condom  machines in schools  from page I  The clinics are important,  says Martiquet, because many  teens don'l feel comfortable  going lo Iheir family doctors to  ask for birth control.  About 10 lo 15 people attend  the clinic each week - most of  them young women in their  teens or early twenties.  In comparison, the nearby  Howe Sound area - which  doesn't have a Planned Parenthood program - has almost  twice the leen pregnancy rate of  ihe Sunshine Coast.  Still, "I think the fact that we  have a teen pregnancy rate  means we have more work to  do," says Martiquet. "...It's  almost one woman in every  classroom at school."  Although the government  report recommends birth control pills be available without a  prescription, Martiquet says  he's not sure that's a good idea,  because of possible side effects.  He agrees with the report, however, that rising costs of contraceptives are a problem for many  women, and efforts are needed  to subsidize them.  Martiquet says he also thinks  condoms should be available  free in high school washrooms.  The issue of condom  machines in high schools has  been a controversial one in the  community, because the attitude still exists on the part of  some parents that "our kids  aren't having sex," says Martiquet.  More recently, though,  there's been a growing awareness thai "when kids say they  want condoms in their high  school washrooms, there's a  reason for lhat."  Strike to continue  at Lafarge Concrete  by Darah Hansen  Nothing's changed in the  strike al Egmont's Lafarge Concrete Ltd.  The 20 workers who walked  off the job in mid May of this  year are still on the picket lines  outside the plant.  "Il's not going  well," Bill Baron,  representative for  the International  Union of Operating  Engineers, said in  reference to Ihe  talks       between  Lafarge officials        and Ihe  striking  employees.  Baron declined detailed comment on the stale of current  negotiations. He said the union  and company officials have met  several times since the strike  bul to no avail.  "I'm less than enthusiastic  (about the talks)," Baron said.  He said a strategy is in the  works to get a deal worked out  but refused lo discuss what  those plans included.  Phone calls to a Lafarge  company spokesman John Van  Koll were not returned by press  time.  'It's not going  well'  ���Bill Baron  The Lafarge workers began      seniority.  their strike action in mill May,  1994 after working without a  contract for 18 months.  Their union has been asking  the company lo maintain the  conditions of their previous collective   agreement,   which  expired   Jan.   1,        1993.  But Lafarge is  looking to change  its operations at the  plant   and   those  changes, according  to   Baron,   have  employees fearing a  ______   considerable  decrease in their annual take home pay.  In an earlier interview, the  Coast News reported the primary issues in Ihe Lafarge labour  action were around overtime  and the re-classification of jobs.  At that lime, union shop  steward Tony Nesman said the  company had proposed a 24  hour work schedule with no  overtime on weekends, except  after eight hours.  He said Lafarge was also  considering upgrading job  requirements for unskilled  labour - a move which would  directly   impact   employee  ATTENTION  STUDENTS!  Under the "Skills Now Initiative" of the  Provincial Government  Pender Harbour Secondary is pleased to accept  applications for the  GRADUATE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM  to be offered during the 1994/ 95 school year.  The program offers students the opportunity to achieve  first year apprenticeship standing during their senior  high school years in the following trades:  Carpentry  Joinery  Drywall Finishing, Painting, and Decorating  Wall and Ceiling installation  (Persons who have already left school will be also considered pending availability of space.)  Application forms may be obtained at Pender Harbour  Secondary School or at the School Board Office in  Gibsons. For more information, please leave a message  for Program Instructor, Mr. Dave Petrescu, at PHSS  883-2727.  SAVES YOU  MONEY!  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