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 Le.gisl.nivp Building  fatrliamenV Buildings  VICTORIA, B.C.  V8V 1X5 94,0  Attention:Rod CafUih  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  August 15,1994 Volume 48 Issue 33  Funding dispute creates stall on bypass  THFJffiEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  Ruby Lake woes  get serious  consideration  from  regional  board  2  Water is everything  to Sechelt  Richardson  a highlight at the  Festival of  the Written  ,A  Arts 10  This happy  pup is animal  number 1,000  for the Coast  SPCA. To view  him or any  of the society's  other  potential pets,  call  886-CARE    by Jane Seyd  Early completion of the Gibsons  bypass has again been thrown into question. The BC ferry board recently voted  down funding for a key part of the Langdale ferry terminal expansion which ties  in with the project.  Sunshine Coast MLA Gordon Wilson  said he found out Wednesday the ferry  board turned down funding for part of the  Langdale expansion, including an overflow compound for cars heading to the  feny. The extra parking area would keep  ferry traffic off the highway.  "I'm so angry I could spit nails," said  Wilson. "They've now reneged on what  was previously agreed to."  The latest news comes just one month  after a provincial government promise of  $6.7 million to complete the second phase  of the Gibsons bypass and ferry terminal  expansion project. Now construction -  supposed to be finished by June 199S -  could be delayed further, said Wilson.  Leah Martell, highways project manager for the bypass, said last week that  prior to the ferry board vote, "basically  we had the documents ready to go to tender."  The ferry parking issue, however, is  critical to the plans going ahead.  "We don't want traffic stored on the  highway," said Martell.  Wilson said on Thursday he spoke  wilh Frank Rhodes, president of BC Ferries, who told the MLA he would look  into the problem.  Wilson said his greatest fear is it could  end up being next year before any work  starts on the bypass.  Commenting on the vote by the ferry  board, he added, "It further underscores  the need for us to have a full-time representative on that board."  The lack of a Sunshine Coast member  on the BC Ferries board has long been a  bone of contention for local politicians  and residents groups.  Further information from BC Ferries  and BC 21 - the provincial government  agency which is funding the project - was  not available by deadline.  SCRD  Jlfc^  UOgS  SPCA  W^  with  ��  summons  1                f -  by Darah Hansen  Jr  Complaints of barking dogs  have forced the local branch of  the Society for the Prevention of  *_w ��� ���  Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) into  m_r                                                     x,  a court battle with the regional  ^mik. ���    **!��,,  district.  i^k\nfS_____w  Stan Jones, Sunshine Coast  ej&��'<     '���                                                          ir  Regional District (SCRD) ani  HP                                 \ -  mal control officer, presented  ____peSrW                                                                          JM  the society with a court sum  ____Wr^    '���  mons last week.  A\W                                                                                                                                                  /        A^m'mT���.  According to Lynn Hauka,  \f^ v ���         "      /  . / JLWM  That Kinsella is  SPCA president, the court sum  W    A                                                          >  e*7   a& j i  mons charges the SPCA with  *X  *  JF/J  some kinda fella  five violations under the dis  1                          ;-   r_r*                                                                                                 ...  mf  jiff i y  trict's animal control bylaw,  also known as the "barking dog" ��� ti i  bylaw.  | ���               $e,,*'            ' ���-'���'<m<-  *m\\  W.P.Klnsella adopts a  pose for the reading of one  of bis characters In his July  release ot Brother Clancy's  Gospel Hour Thursday  Hauka said the summons  Jti                                                   M,  indicates the charges occurred  once a month fnr the past five  Kt                               ^~^_J If iii _\  months. She :   led the SPCA  ^*emm*W          M    fl  1      M    1  evening at the 12th Annual  has not received any record of  ^m-4W  II n n 1  Festival of the Written  complaint from Jones since  hHK                                            ^_W     ' **             '  M m a m af m M Aa\W  Arts. (BUI Richardson  April.  Hauka called the summons  "harassment" on the part of the  review page 10.)  Joel Johnstone photo  aJSP*-- ���                   flA ^  regional district towards the  ^K^ JS********  7/F//I I m a  non-profit society.  159"  *.     m  ll It t m k  Contacted at his office at the  Aa*m\*     ^*^*9W  __uin m  SCRD, Jones had no comment  '  m 1 ���>* *  on the matter, saying only it was  ���Kr a__  "in the hands of the lawyers."  J  -Wmry*  He added, "1 would never  j  S^aW            ���^"^  proceed on something like this  j  without previous warnings."  '*3_  The Crown counsel's office  in Sechelt ��� the office handling  _va  |f         Sy��   ^\^[  the legal matter for the SCRD  f ii  ��� also refused comment on the  II  WT     ^ ___  summons.  Jm  ir A-   : i��~  turn lo page 3   1  Small, SCRD directors clash over complaint rulings  by Ian Cobb  A ripple of mistrust between  local municipalities and the Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) has erupted into a full-  out debate.  Directors of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  met Aug. 11 to discuss nine recommendations of a Ministry of  Municipal Affairs investigator  concerning complaints filed  against the SCRD by Gibsons  and Sechelt.  The complaints centered  around the SCRD's improper use  of contingency funds, municipalities being unfairly charged for  SCRD property purchases and  municipality directors (Gibsons  and Sechelt) being left out in the  cold too often by other directors.  It became clear during the  afternoon meeting that Gibsons  mayor Eric Small was on his  own in the attack on the SCRD  as Sechelt mayor Earl Basse,  elected after the complaints were  Tiled in April 1993, kepi clear of  the fray. "I think we have to lake  Cardinall wins,  library approved  Long-time Coast resident Eric Cardinall will be the new West  Howe Sound representative on the regional board.  And the Gibsons Library will gets its long-awaited funding.  According to preliminary results, Cardinall won the West Howe  Sound seat with 199 votes, beating out John McNevin - currently a  Gibsons councillor - who garnered 162 ballots. Thirty-six per cent  of eligible voters took part in the Area F election Saturday.  Meanwhile, just 15 per cent of voters on the lower end of the  Coast turned out to have their say on the Gibsons library funding  referendum. Those who did gave it a strong green light. A total of  590 voters said yes to borrowing $1.5 million for construction of a  new building - compared to 221 people who voted against it. A total  of 582 voters also said yes to a mil rate system of providing operating funds to the library, while 231 people cast their ballots "No."  in mind this is an art not a science," Basse said at the start of  the meeting.  Small, however, pushed for  compliance of ministry investigator Al Tamblin's nine recommendations in the conclusion of  his report. "There have been  some serious mistakes in the past  with very serious circumstances," Small said.  He said he would like to see  any money that was incorrectly  allocated be re-allocated.  "When you purchase something, you purchase it out of  something to which it belongs."  Of the money in question,  $17,404 was spent by the SCRD  for an 'animal control' truck.  The money came from the  SCRD contingency fund and  should have come from the animal control budget, Small said.  The board eventually agreed the  money should be re-allocated to  the animal control function, as  recommended in Tamblin's  report.  A bigger, more grating concern with Small was the purchase  by the SCRD of Kalherine Lake  park land in Pender Harbour and  of Chaster House in Bonniebrook.  Brett McGillivray, Area D  director and finance committee  chair, said the parks properly "is  Jim Gurney  where we will differ the greatest.  Director Small."  McGillivray said when the  properties (Katherine Lake and  Chaster House) were purchased  - with contingency fund money  at a cost of $116,100 - the board,  including directors from the  municipalities, "agreed unanimously" because it was seen as  "corporate property."  Area E Director Jim Gurney  asked how a decision made years  ago could now be undone.  "It's not unfair ��� that's what  happened," he said, noting all the  directors agreed at the time to  purchase the properties.  Gurney said the bickering  being done over the complaint  was hurting the possibility of  establishing one government for  the Coast.  Small shot back that it was  just the opposite.  "It is indicative of Ihe need  for one government," he said.  "It's these kind of things that  have really riled me in the last  couple of years."  Small said the fact that he was  never invited to sit on a parks  committee meeting was an indicator of just how the municipalities are snubbed by other directors in decision-making matters.  Gurney responded he had  invited all board members "two  or three months ago" to get  together to buy land for parks  and to discuss the issue of parks  but Small didn't want to be  involved.  "For crying out loud ��� how  much more of an invitation do  you want, man?"  McGillivray told Small that  he is also welcome on the SCRD  planning committee, a committee  Small has avoided because Gibsons has its own planning department and committee and sees it  as duplicating a service.  Basse noted that he thought  Ihe SCRD chair (Peggy Connor)  was supposed to appoint directors to committees.  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Aubusson, Indo-Bidjar, Birds of Paradise and Dove  Designs, Classical 16th and 17th century designs,  Bokharas, high quality Pashmina wool dining and living  room sizes, Village and Tllbal rugs.  BURMESE  JADE  MEXICAN  CERAMICS  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  ROBERTS CREEK RD., ROBERTS CREEK  SUNDAY, AUGUST 21,1994  AT 2 P.M. SHARP  Public inspection from 1 pm,  Terms: 10% Buyers Premium charge to be added Cash  Bank Cards, Visa, Mastercard accepted. Not affiliated with  Canada Customs. Auction held by BUCKINGHAM  AUCTIONS.  FOR INFO PHONE 538-3084  SCRD promises Ruby Lake action  by Ian Cobb  Citing a variety of health and pollution  concerns, Ihe Ruby Uke Landholders Association (RLLA) has demanded the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD) do something about illegal camping at Ruby Lake's  Dan Boshe Park and on the lake's islands...  immediately.  RLLA spokesman Terry Clayton, along  with three other RLLA members appearing al  an Aug. 11 SCRD meeting, passed around a  cardboard-backed display holding photographs of carnage wrought by campers.  The pictures told a messy, thoughtless  story.  "We're talking hundreds, going into the  thousands of human excrement going into the  lake," Clayton said.  The RLLA said campers are setting up  sites for weeks on end at the supposedly day-  use park. Clayton said the campers are  extending their sites into the area's ecological  reserve and are "cutting" new campsites oul  on the west side of the lake. He said Ihe long-  term campers are also creating fire and health  hazards, polluting drinking water and ruining  Ihe ecosystems of the islands.  The RLLA claim the problems key to the  situation are lack of enforcement of SCRD  bylaws, the lack of maintenance and sanitary  Trust  called key  facilities al the park and the fact the RCMP  are uninformed about the SCRD bylaws concerning the area.  SCRD chair Peggy Connor said sanitary  facilities once found at the park were  removed because of vandalism, and signs  declaring the site off-limits to campers have  been immediately removed and "burned."  We're talking hundreds,  going into the thousands of  human excrements going into  the lake  -Terry Clayton  Clayton asked the directors to think of the  area as if it were their own neighborhood.  "If they trash your neighborhood, do you  roll over and lei them do it?" he asked.  The association is asking for a clean-up of  all human excrement and debri ��� Ihe enforcement of bylaws, the reinstatement of sanitary  facilities and the RCMP being updated on  SCRD bylaws.  Clayton was told the SCRD bylaw  enforcement officer was doing the best he can  with his limited lime and enforcement  strength.  Clayton refuted the statement.  "He told me he won't come out (to the  area)," he said. "... A lot of people would act  more responsibly if they were told an enforcement officer was coming out," he said, "Get  rid of the campers and you will have no problems."  SCRD administrator Larry Jardine , however, said he didn't think it would be that  easy. "(The bylaw enforcement officer) can  go out there and remove all the campers and  they will all be back Ihere tomorrow," he said.  "I could have him working seven days a  week, 24 hours a day and it's still nol  enough."  Area E director Jim Gurney noted people  have a propensity for camping at Ruby Lake  and suggested a campsite be established that  would meet all guidelines and rules governing  environmental and SCRD concerns.  Area F director Tony Laver, in his last  official meeting as director, recommended the  bylaw enforcement officer act on the concerns  expressed by the Ruby Lake residents.  Director Earl Basse agreed and suggested  the officer let the RCMP know when he to  goes up. "I'm sure they'd come along," he  said. The SCRD voted unanimously lo make  the situation at Ruby Lake a "priority item  and to be dealt with immediately."  issue in  uniting  Coast  from page 1  Connor said she was aware  of the workload of the Iwo  municipal mayors and "I felt  sometimes we were giving you  a break by not putting you on a  committee."  "I rest my case with your  assumptions, madame chairman," Small responded.  Connor, angered by the  remark, told. Small he had a hurt  ego.Tm not allowed to play sqt  I'll go home and throw rocks at  people," she said.  Eventually the SCRD directors also agreed to see what they  could do to boost their lines of  air bubbles  Blnrajflp/''"^|  5*jul  wt*'   ^         t^^l  loTl  i ' -'\vaiiir 1  fc     -\^-M     *&������  ���  ;J%.  _____  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small contemplates matters at the Sunshine Coast Regional District meeting  Thursday. Joel Johnstone photo  communications.  Earl Basse suggested fax-  machines be installed in every  directors home. "It would only  cost a couple of thousand dollars," he noted.  A final recommendation  made during the special meeting, that the board would imple  ment a policy in which all directors would be included in  retreats and studies, was shot  down several houn later during  a regular SCRD meeling.  "You can't legislate trust,"  Basse declared.  "I see better ways of solving  it. We have to trust one another  otherwise we're going to sil  here and spin our wheels."  A) the end of the afternoon  meeting Connor said "I don't  think we've solved anything.  The feelings held by one of the  mayors is deep rooted and I  don't know if there's anything  we can do."  "I'd like to tell you about my  little pig," said Sunshine Coast  Regional District Chair Peggy  Connor, propping a pink pig  head in front of her on the  boardroom table.  The pig, the politician  explained at Ihe end of an Aug.  11 SCRD meeting, was won by  herself and Home Support Soci  ely golf tourney teammates Joe  Flander, Sue Spurgeon and Stan  Jones for being the "Most Honest" team.  The pig is actually a golf club  cover.  Doubting Eric  "I don't think you've ever  been in the watershed. What do  you know about it?" asked a  steaming mad Area E director  Jim Gurney of Gibsons Mayor  Eric Small during a special  SCRDmeetingAug.il.  Small was complaining about  Ihe SCRD directors acting  behind his back and cited a past  meeting in Victoria in which  SCRD directors spoke with the  court notes  government about the Chapman/Gray Creek Watershed.  Small was excluded from the  meeling and is using Ihis perceived sleight as fodder for an  ongoing complaint against the  regional government and their  "exclusion of the municipalities" policy.  %TEL  f  ���Scraps, Claytons & Grips  B would like to remind you to  in cooperation with  RECYCLE YOUR  OLD 1993  TELEPHONE  DIRECTORIES  ��tlw foaming Jlocitfm:  . Oittons Recycling Depot tienmd Sunnycrest Malt  ���Sechelt Recycling Depot at Tra* Bay Mal  ��� Pender Hartxw RecycSng Depot, on H��y tot near MMM Road. Herniate  Thi depotiilfo accept other recyclaWei... pimiaa lot illit mtien you drop by!   ElHulrlw:MMI7tl           L  Too much���nol enough.  Prosecution and defence lawyers have filed appeals in the Darryl  James Brisbin arson conviction.  The 24-year-old Brisbin was convicted on two counts of arson  endangering life and one count of arson June 28 for his role in lighting ihree house fires to two houses January 6-9,1993. He was subsequently sentenced to one year behind bars and three years probation.  Citing the fact such convictions can bring a maximum penalty of  life behind bars and because he was after a minimum five-year  prison term, Crown counsel Kevin Gillett has filed an appeal.  Brisbin's defence lawyer Michael Welsh of Sechell also filed an  appeal last week on behalf of his client who has been behind bars  since his June 28 sentencing at Supreme Court in Vancouver.  *oR&Jt��  Sechelt Shell  Full service, 2 repair bay gas station.  Great location, enjoyable to run  and profitable.  SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY, PLEASE ��� WRITE TO:  Sechelt Shell, Box 577, Sechelt, B.C. VON MO  !'���  ��� -   ������ ! J-  ������������--������ Coast News, August 15,1994  news  New - Used  Furniture & Collectable*  W WHARF STREET MARKET1  li Wanted: Stamps & Coins  |Sv Open 7 day* a week, 10 ��� 5:30pm  I2V 5500WharfRd.  885-6389  -**&&*  Lack of water at Construction Aggregates is limiting the gravel operation to two shifts from four,  separate the company's product.  The water is used to wash and  Joel Johnstone photo  Dean's Security  Helpingyou protect your home and business  We offer you a uniform security guard, that patrols your  property on a random schedule, checks doors, windows,  making everything secure.  II you can use this service call Vic 885-1018  Dean's Security aknemcesojjend  Alarm Sales  Alarm Running  Water supply puts gravel pit on rocky ground  ��� Alarm Monitoring      ��� Guard Service  ��� Process Serving       ��� Private Investigations  For Hon Information pltatt call 88M01S  by Jane Seyd  Construction Aggregates gravel operation  in Sechelt is slill parched.  And the lack of water means production  for the company is way down.  Since early July, when hot weather hit the  Coast and put a strain on water supplies, the  company has had its raw water supply dramatically cut back by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD).  Currently, Construction Aggregates is  limited to 300,000 gallons of water per day,  three days a week, which is used to process  many of its products.  That's enough to keep supplying local  demand, says manager Ray Collier. But  since the water rationing began, the local  plant has had to stop shipping many of its  regular products lo Vancouver.  So far only two holiday relief workers  have been laid off at the plant.  Other workers have been encouraged to  take their vacation time now, says Collier.  Normally, the company uses between  450,000 and one million gallons of water a  day, producing 12,000 metric tonnes of sand  and 2,000 metric tonnes of aggregate stones.  'We can't afford for this to  happen again'  ���Ray Collier  Since the hot spell began, production has  dwindled to 3,000 tonnes of sand per day  and 1,700 tonnes of aggregates.  Collier says the company is still hoping to  go ahead with a plan which would see  Sechelt's municipal sewage waters treated  and used in the company's production. So  far, Conslruction Aggregates has contracted  Dayton and Knight engineering to look into  the proposal and find out which permits  would be necessary. "I wish it could happen  faster," says Collier. "The actual construction (of a tertiary treatment plant) and implementation doesn't take that long."  So far, no written application from the  district has been received by the Ministry of  Environment.  The current permit allows the municipal  sewage to be pumped into Trail Bay.  Collier says changes to the company's  water rationing have not been discussed yet  with the SCRD.  Regardless, he says, the company has to  find an alternate water supply: "We can't  afford for this to happen again."  In a search for water, the company has  also been drilling wells on the property. One  290-foot well came up dry. Another 275-foot  well is now being tried: "We're halfway and  haven't hit any water," says Collier. Two  other drilling sites are being considered.  SPCA petition to be presented to regional district  from page 1  Under the regional district  bylaw, no owner shall allow his  or her dog to "unduly" disturb  the "peace, quiet, rest or tranquility of others" through dog  barks, bays, cries or "other noises."  If found guilty, the SPCA  could face a fine of up to $500  per violation.  The society is scheduled to  appear in Sechelt Provincial  Court Sept. 20.  Hauka said members of the  society have yet to meet and  discuss how they will plead lo  the charges in court.  She said she is "reasonably  sure" the plea will be "not  guilty."  Last year the society spent  $10,000 sound proofing the dog  kennels at the shelter, located  north of Gibsons on Henry  Road, after receiving complaints  from neighbours about the noise  level.  Meanwhile, a second dispute  continues to broil between the  SCRD and the SPCA following  a decision made last month by  the regional district to move  impounded dogs from the SPCA  shelter to a private kennel.  The move ��� which takes  control of the adoption of  impounded dogs found in the  regional district out ofthe hands  of the SPCA ��� is a result of an  on-going conflict between  SCRD board members and  SPCA volunteers over several  management points including  impoundment fees, euthanasia,  and the assessment of adoptable  dogs.  A petition circulated by the  SPCA protesting the move to  the private kennels, as well a  controversial new set of SCRD  policy guidelines assessing a  dog's candidacy for adoption,  has collected over 1,000 signatures around the Coast, Hauka  said.  The society plans to present  the regional district with the  petition at the end of the month,  she added.  'll   1  ___^^^_\  :      "*3H          l  -'IB    H  J9l >'ht  Sunshine  Coast SPCA  l a***m luff  president  Lynn Hauka  pictured  outside the  .        '^es  SPCA animal  ti       H  shelter on  L              ��� I^Bvi  l <j ._m  Henry Road.  si --<lat\\\\W  Joel Johnstone  photo  ''''^c^V*!'*'.-  TT -'"  t;���' '������Vt,"' ,*  ,-yV*8H  Regional district employs  security measures  over impounded animals  It's a matter of security.  That's the message from Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Regional District  (SCRD) as to why Magus Kennel owners will not release any  information over the phone  about impounded dogs to people  who refuse lo give out their  names.  "We don't deal with anonymous calls," said SCRD administrator Larry Jardine, in an interview Friday, Aug. 12.  The issue arose after the local  Society for the Prevention of  Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)  reported being denied information about the dogs impounded  al the SCRD's kennel facilities,  Magus Kennels.  Jardine said people phoning  the kennels for information on  the dogs must be prepared to  identify themselves.  Otherwise, he said, "We  don't know who they are or what  their purpose is."  Jardine said the SCRD "has  reason to believe" ihere is a campaign afoot in the community to  harass the kennel owners since a  policy was implemented last  month by the regional district  moving the dog impoundment  facilities from the SPCA to the  privately-owned kennel.  Since that move, Magus kennels has received up to 30  anonymous phone calls per day,  Jardine said.  SPCA president Lynn Hauka  said she is aware of the phone  calls but says the campaign is  nol sanctioned by the SPCA.  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TILL 6PM  SECHELT  885-2787 Coast News, August 15, 1994  opinion  Taking stock of our  natural resources:  fishing for a  better way  In last Thursday's paper, a news story announced thai  new fishing regulations will soon be handed down in  order to control the downward spiral of wild coho salmon  stocks in the Strait of Georgia.  What's happened to the numbers of coho in the gulf  over the last 20 years is indeed alarming. Each year, there  are fewer and fewer of them.  Sadly, the saga of the coho in the gulf isn't an isolated  chapter.  Other wild salmon stocks in other parts of the west  coast fishery are also increasingly under threat.  It isn't an accident that each year a higher and higher  percentage of salmon caught began their lives in fish  hatcheries. Last year, both prize-winners at the Lord Jim's  fishing derby were hatchery salmon.  For the important work they do, the hatcheries should  certainly be commended - and supported in more tangible  ways - as much as possible.  Unfortunately, some people are still inclined to look on  hatcheries as a kind of tree farm of the sea - producing  fish so there'll still be something for our fishing industries  to catch when the wild stocks are gone ��� but this is a foolish and short-sighted notion.  The work of the hatcheries hardly excuses us from taking a hard look at what we've so far managed to do to the  stocks of wild salmon.  Of course, the terms "new fishing regulations" in the  context of falling salmon stocks can often be taken as  fisheries longhand for "cutbacks" to current fishing quotas.  And generally, cutbacks of any sort aren't very popular.  Beginning early each summer on the west coast, we're  treated to the spectacle of fights over quotas between a  whole variety of fishing factions: Canadian vs. American,  commercial vs. aboriginal, commercial vs. sport.  Each group perennially worried that someone else will  get more than their fair share of the salmon. Each group  charging others with destruction of the stocks; sometimes  while simultaneously threatening to go ahead and unilaterally fish in contravention of the rules themselves.  Aside from the fishing, more precious spawning  streams and habitat for juvenile fish are destroyed each  year by ever-encroaching urban development on the south  coast, eating up the last of our wild places.  Logging companies are repeatedly found operating  with a less-than-optimal concern for the health of nearby  salmon streams.  Herring ��� a prime food source for salmon - are scooped  out of the ocean in vast quantities and shipped to offshore  markets.  Is it any wonder our salmon stocks are in trouble?  There are plenty of reasons to be concerned.  The fish, of course, don't get to comment on any of  this, except through their absence.  If we listen closely, though, we might be able to hear a  faint echo of foreboding rising up from the ocean.  It goes something like this: "East coast fishery; east  coast fishery..."  It's about time we started paying attention to the warning signs.  Fast one being  pulled?  Are Construction Aggregates  and Vic Walters trying to pull a  fast one on the people of  Sechelt?  Construction Aggregates has  an excess sand problem from  their gravel mining operation.  Vic Walters wants to help them  get rid of their sand, and he  wants to sell his retaining wall  blocks to the Village of Sechelt.  So, dump the problem on Trail  Bay beach and call it "improvement".  Vic Walters claims "as for as  he knows" Trail Bay beach was  sandy at one point. Nice try.  Billie Steele, daughter of  Sechelt pioneer Ada Dawe,  remembers back 75 years. "It  was gravel," she says.  My great-uncle Jack Mayne,  another Sechelt pioneer, remembered back even further, and all  his descriptions of Trail Bay  beach confirm it was gravel. In  fact, be spoke of the seemingly  endless bargeloads of gravel that  were hauled right off the beach  those many decades ago.  Trail Bay beach is beautiful  just the way nature created it.  The pebbles are smooth to walk  on, they don't stick like sand to  your picnic, they provide the  best swimming beach and the  best habitat for marine life.  Il is unfortunate not everyone  appreciates the beauty of Trail  Bay beach, but they should not  be allowed to spoil it for those  who do.  I urge all concerned people  to call Sechelt council at 885-  1986 to voice their concerns.  Thank you,  PAM BARNSLEY  Sechelt  Deputy minister  clarifies  I am writing in response to  the article of July 7 "Coast couple angered by loss of suppon  for handicapped child." In it, a  statement was attributed to me  which I did not make.  I do not know how the misunderstanding arose but I want  to be clear that 1 did not advise  the Konopaseks to sue the  school board and do not suggest  this course of action as a W to  resolve this issue.  ,     |^,i  What I did recommend was  that the couple try to work this  out with the school board. I  understand that the school dis  trict staff have some ideas on  how to resolve this matter and  staff are trying to negotiate a  solution with the parents.  I am sympathetic to the position of the parents, but it would  be inappropriate for the ministry  to intervene at this point.  This is a matter that must be  resolved at the local level with  the parents, district and special  education teaching assistants.  CYNTHIA MORTON  Deputy Minister, Ministry of  Education  Eduation changes  called for  Many parents are becoming  more and more apprehensive  about what is actually being  taught in our classrooms. We  need to change the way education is delivered in our province.  We need to give parents the  financial means to choose the  BEBbb^l a^*Mt\stMasa%t* *a*a*a**j***M^s  mwfs WBKSOnm  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:  ThsEdltor  Sunshine Coast Newt  Boor 460, Qibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  Include your name, address snd telephone number.  best education for their child -  be it their current neighbourhood school, a private school, a  specialized school, a Christian  or other religious school, or  home schooling. We need  vouchers in education in British  Columbia.  We need standardized testing  right across Canada, a national  core curriculum and a mechanism to give parents a much  greater say in the textbooks that  are used, the teaching methods  that are employed, and the like.  I was appalled this spring  when a booklet being used in  Vancouver schools called Preventing Pregnancy defined  abstinence as including anal and  oral sex.  Parents should have a veto  on that type of material. The .  schools are there to serve Ibe ,  parents and children of British  Columbia; not the reverse.  Personally, I would also like  to give postsecondary graduates  a better start by changing the  laws so that student loan repayments are deducted each year on  one's income tax form as a percentage of one's income rather  than having large payments  becoming due almost immediately upon graduation; regardless of one's income.  If you share our concerns  about education and schooling  in British Columbia, please give  us a call at 1-688-5274.  DARREN LOWE  Deputy Leader Family  Coalition Party or BC  Advancing technology rings the bells ofphoniness  I tried to phone a friend in Vancouver the other  day whose number I had somehow misplaced. As  there was no city phone book hr.idy, I phoned directory assistance at 411, expecting the usual BC Tel  operator to come to my aid.  It was a machine, however, that answered my call  for help and sought to lead me through the quagmire  of lost and forgotten numbers.  "Welcome to BC Tel operator assistance," said  the less-than-human voice. "For what city, please?"  In my disbelief, I may have uttered something  like a profanity.  Thank you," responded the voice. "Now the listing, please."  More profanity on my part... "I want to talk to a  human," I told the machine.  Thank you," it said again. "Please hold the line  while an operator looks for your number."  "Don't thank me," I ordered the machine, "Give  me people."  "I Uke it you don'l think too much of our new  service," said a voice.  For a moment I thought I was slill talking to the  machine, and I admit to feeling a little bit impressed.  Then I realized contact had indeed been made with a  human.  "Is that what we're calling 'service' these days?"  I asked. "Am I still being charged 50 cents to talk to  that thing?"  I     ^  cane raised  "This is not my problem sir, I just work here.  Besides, you're calling from outside the city...  That's 80 cents. You know of course," she continued, "We (the operators) can hear everything you  say (to the machine)."  "Then why not just answer my call?" I asked.  "Because we have this new service," she  responded.  "Does this mean you'll be saving money?" I  asked. "Will my phone bill start to decrease?"  "You'll have to ask my manager... " she said.  "Now what name were you looking for, sir?  "I forgot... I'll have to call back."  "Please, do."  I lived in Uie States for a while, going to school  among other things, and I remember how irriuu.J  I'd get when ever it came to talking to any operator.  Compared to Canada, or more specifically BC,  stuart burnside  American operators seemed down-right rude.  They had no time for the pleasantries like Thank  you" or "Just one moment sir." They simply cut you  off and a mechanical, spliced-together voice would  blurt out your requested number.  Back in BC, the voices were friendlier and said  things like "Please," "No problem, sir," and even the  occasional "Have a nice day." A pleasant thing to  hear regardless of sincerity levels.  Then came the rumours proclaiming the de-regulation of our phone system. The door of free enterprise had swung open and the winds of competition  came swirling in.  Which I have no problem with, we live in a free  enterprise system after all. However, I was under the  impression this new spirit of competition was to  bring improved service at a reduced cost.  Suddenly, however, the BC operators became as  rude, if not more so than any of their American  counterparts. It seems, in an effort to streamline  operations in preparation for increased competition,  BC Tel had drained its pool of operators to the lowest possible levels. And I can't say I noticed a corresponding decrease in the charges on my phone bill.  It soon became something of a personal challenge  to keep operators on the line long enough to get a  simple verbal courtesy out of them. It was the sort of  thing you had to sneak up on them with, like asking  a stupid question then thanking them profusely when  they responded., then insisting they 'have a good  day' while they're still reeling under your gratitude.  "You too," they might say.  Is this improved service?  Now we are at the point where machines are  becoming more and more responsible for basic  human communication. Technology has taken on  tornado-like proportions and is whirling around us  like a bad dream. It seems we have forgotten in this  age of information that simple courtesy and human  contact make the world a better place to live.  Well, to that end, there is a certain scope here for  protest. Not that I'm in any way advocating profanity as a means of improving communication, but  when you dial 411 next time, at least insist on talking to a human.  This is a paid service, after all, and talking to a  human, quite simply, is simply far less phony.  COAST^NEWS  5if6fu4pffcM *.tea tor  He* Crmt Nmt* at Mt ItlMtendw;  CaM*.- I year ��� S35 ��� $2.45 CST - S37.45  t months ��� 120 ��� S1.40 CST - $21.40  hart*-: I year-��60 (No CST)  Ree,. 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Call us at 886-2622  or 885-39301  Tickctj new on sale forw  Nikki Weber presents a night with  The Rolling Tones  ___^��Guests^^^  St. Bartholomews Anglican Church Hall  All proceeds in support of the  Gibsons Landing Revitalization Project  International Ports of Call Tea  Tastes from around the world.  internationally-renowned Tarot card reader.  Have your photo taken with the "founders"  of Gibsons Landing: George & Charlotte  n09S< Molly's Reach, Gibsons J~0O��>  M**        Tickets $4       ^*XQ  Tickets available at...  Gibsons...  Branka's Boutique ��� Coast Books  The Landing General Store  Sayward Books, Sunnycrest Mall  Molly's Lane Market  Sechelt...  Talewind Books  Upcomiitf Evcitfu  Saturday Sept. 1*0 ��� I0:30am-4pm  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  Dougal Park, Gibsons  Saturday October 1  Dinner Theatre  "Driftwood Players" present  The Parallax Garden"  Watch this paper for more details  Making the time to take the time  In my other life, what I call  "Before Sunshine Coast", I  never took a holiday. I take that  back. Once, one hot and gloriously sunny summer between  my third and fourth year at university, our family did take a  holiday. We went up to the Sierras, all of us. We rented a cabin  and went fishing and adventuring for a week. Our whole family, my brothers and sisters and  my parents, all of us. And I  remember thinking how odd this  was for our family, half of us  already grown, how odd it was  for us to be taking a holiday.  Other people took vacations.  There was something sad  about those sultry August days,  as I sat at the river bank watching clear waters flow over  multi-shaded rocks, saw fish  jusl beneath the sparkling surface. The kind of something you  experience when you notice  how the sun hits the trees at twilight, as you hear the sound of  someone's voice calling in the  distance.  With the stars so bright in the  big dark sky, with the sound of  little animals and insects calling  to each other, and warmth all  around, there was something  aboul that trip that seemed like  the end of an era. It was the first  time we played together, as a  family. It was also my last recollection of all of us being all-  together. A few years later, my  mother became sick, and died,  and that was that. The family I  had known as a child was irrevocably gone.  So as an adult, 1 didn't exact-  mountains of things  Iy take vacations. First, I had  gone to Europe. I had won an  award to study the European  Economic Community, and  headed off by myself in a plane  to fulfill its promise. On my  return, I was driven lo be hired:  my classmates had six months  on the job while I was indulging  myself speaking French in trains  and pensions all over Europe.  When I married, my first  husband was a Sierra Club out-  doorsman who knew the backwoods and loved to make lists  and pack up the car and head  out for the lasl untamed river at  the break of dawn every weekend in summer. I was on Yuppie  overload; I could barely get to  the laundromat on Saturday. My  firsl raft trip, my sisler fell out  and had to be rescued twice; we  ripped the boat over a rapid  called RazorBack and arrived  under moonlight, tired and  scared, remembering every  gruesome scene from DELIVERANCE.  When I remarried and had a  child, instead of taking vacations, we had the urge to move  whenever things got tense. It  would be raining or hailing outside and one of us would look at  caitlin hicks  the other and say, "Let's get out  of here!" And somehow, it  seemed like such a good idea  never to come back! So we'd  give notice, or put our house up  for sale, and by the time everything was signed on the dotted  line, we'd be looking at each  other again, thinking in panic:  "Whal have we done?" We went  to San Francisco, New York,  Toronto, Chicago, Toronlo,  Central California and Vancouver on this idea. At our second-  to-lhe-last move, my son, who  was born in Toronlo the first  time around, was five years old.  Finally, one rainy, dreary day  in Vancouver, after weeks of  relentless gray, I looked up from  my work, thinking, "Normal  people take a holiday when it  gets like this!" And then, "It's  so much cheaper!"  We're improving. Still, it's  difficult. We work for ourselves, so vacations never come  up unless we bring them up. A  vacation means time when we  lose income, time we could be  hustling new business. And we  have lo save or budget or borrow to finance a vacation. And  justify it. We could do a show  there, look up an agent, do  research. Then usually, my partner, who had visions of going  around the world when he met  me, gives himself permission,  and 1 spend the rest of the time  making up lists that I have to get  done before I can even THINK  of going on holiday.  This time, he did a panic  push for the 2:30 ferry, crying  'long weekend' and we were on  the boat before t realized that I  had forgotten my camera, my  travellers cheques, my LISTS! I  did manage to water the plants  and write a note to my neighbour about the cats. My son's  face was clean, and 1 thought  back in relief: we left nothing  on the stove.  So, theoretically, we were On  Holiday. Well, not so fast. By  car from the Sunshine Coasl,  it's difficult to know Ihe exact  moment you're ON VACATION.  Fussing infanl ferry-goers,  tanned vacationers in shorts and  sunglasses - they're on holiday!  Through hot Vancouver traffic,  helmeted bicyclists, roller-  bladers, beachgoers, someone  selling t-shirls on the lawn, a  moving truck in front of an  apartment building and cars,  tons of them, all their noise  everywhere! Culture Shock.  Finally, about 5:30 pm, outside  of Richmond/Delta, wilh the  cornfields on the right, snowcapped Mt. Baker in the distance, a little voice in the back  seat says, "Mummy! Look how  long that train is!" and my heart  is filled with the excitement of  being on the road.  letters  SCRD supported  As an ex-president of the Sunshine Coast SPCA, I believe I  can shed some light on the issue  of the SPCA's reaction to the  SCRD's new regulations on dog  impoundment and euthanasia.  The SPCA has charged that  dogs will be euthanized indiscriminately under the new regulations. This is utter nonsense. In i  the four and a half years that Stan  Jones has been the SCRD's Animal Control Officer, less than 10  dogs have been euthanized. Stan  is an eminently reasonable, tolerant, humane man, well-liked and  respected in this community for  his fairness in dealing with wayward dogs and their owners. Gordon Pollock, owner of Magus  Kennels where impounded dogs  are now being housed, also has  an excellent reputation, with 17  years of experience in dog breed-  ing, training and boarding.  Together, these two men probably know more about dog character than all the SPCA staff and  board of directors combined.  We can all therefore rest  assured that Stan's decision (with  Gordon's input) on the adoptability of any given dog will be made  JBigtritt of ��>ed, clt  PO.to 129.5645lnWA>enua.Secim,BCVON3*0 T*piwne(6W)885-1866 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCILS  Regular council meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at  7:30 pm in the Council Chamber at the Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue.  Due to the UBCM. Convention, the following is the schedule for Council Meetings  in September: Wed., September 7th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m. and Monday, Sept 19,  1994 at 7:30 p.m.  BURNING BAN  Due to the extremely dry weather conditions, ALL fires are hereby banned in the  District of Sechelt - this applies to campdres and beach fires.  Bill Higgs  Fire Chief  CommlttM Meeting Dates  August 1994  Planning CommlttM  Tuesday, August 23 at 1:30 pm, to be followed by the Environment Committee  Community Uil��on CommlttM  Wednesday, August 24th at 2:30 pm, to be followed by the Economic Development  Committee  Clip ��n�� �����������-  carefully, thoughtfully and wisely. It must be further emphasized  that all adoptable dogs will be  offered to our local SPCA or  taken for adoption to other  SPCAs in Vancouver.  The SPCA has failed to act  responsibly by not dealing effectively with both the noise problem and adoptions of dangerous  dogs. This letter is not to denigrate the many dedicated volunteers whose motives are unquestionably the welfare of the animals. However, it is truly regrettable that the leaders of this  SPCA, when faced with loss of  control over their ftefdom, react  by maligning and vilifying anyone who opposes their egocentric  lust for power.  LENORECHEESMAN  Gibsons  SCRD decried  While on vacation in your  idyllic area I was saddened to  read of the SCRD objecting to  the SPCA's policy of trying lo  find a home for every adoptable  animal which comes into its care.  Harry Almond's statement in  your paper, Aug. 1,1994, that the  SPCA has a policy of not  euthanising any animal is completely untrue. I saw an SPCA ad  in your paper recently reporting  they must put down 10 per cent  of the animals they take in.  Harry Almond also claims the  SPCA has 90 cats in its care  because it doesn't believe in  euthanasia. When I visited the  shelter on August 2, there were  approximately 35 felines there  and the Shelter Manager lold me  50 more cats and kittens were in  foster homes.  The SCRD should be pleased  to work with an SPCA which  tries so hard to find homes for all  ils adoptable animals. During my  visit lo the shelter, I was  impressed with its cleanliness,  organization, and the dedication  of the staff and the volunteers  who I saw doing everything they  could for the animals who come  inlo their care. It puzzles me that  the SCRD decided to stop taking  their dogs to the SPCA, and  would choose instead to board  them in a private kennel, probably at a higher cost. Undoubtedly  the dogs will not be walked twice  a day, or groomed and bathed.  Most importantly, the animals  boarded at a private kennel will  miss out on the attention shelter  volunteers heap on homeless  pets.  Wouldn't it be interesting to  know the real reason for this  change in policy? It is obviously  not concern for the dogs.  JERILYN BOWERS  Point Roberts, Washington  Old dog, new tricks  I am an old dog. Fourteen  years old, to the best of my  knowledge, adopted in puppy-  hood in Kamloops, by my current  caregiver. I will not comment on  whether I could be considered  "an extremely old dog." I hope  not!  In my wild youth, I bit a dog  or two, always in self defence.  While I am not a pit bull or a  wolf hybrid, I dare say I could be  as dangerous and unpredictable  as any of these if my caregivers  did not walk me, bnish me, feed  me and show affection to me  every day. During a family crisis  10 years ago, I even became a  fence jumper, until my caregivers  took my needs into consideration  during the crisis period. Luckily,  the Delta SPCA did not euthanize me for this transgression.  While I am nol permitted to leave  our property, I do bark loudly at  strange passers-by. I wonder anxiously if I could be considered  aggressive? I once saved one of  my caregivers by attacking a  vicious man who was assaulting  her. I certainly used every  aggressive impulse in my mala-  mute body to ensure she would  not be hurt any further. Could  such a necessary action result in  my impoundment and euthanasia  on the Sunshine Coast?  I was the victim recently of  two vicious unleashed dogs  whose owners perhaps do not  care for them as well as I am  cared for. This was a traumatic  event and I am properly grateful  for the SCRD's efforts on my  behalf at the lime.  I slill wonder ��� could I be a  Grower Direct  New Varieties,  Hanging Baskets & Parishes  Glorious Colors for your  Patio & Garden  See us at 1061 Hwy 101, Gibsons, or call us at...  ECOSONIC  886-7444  future victim of their questionable "guidelines" regarding animal control?  I appreciate this opportunity  to express a canine point of view.  LOOPY MILLS  Clayton responds  This will be my only public  response on this issue becausi I  don't believe the tiedii'lb1 bCH'1  suitable method fof business  communications.  In response to Mr. Pifer's column in the Press, Aug 3,1994, it  should be noted that he didn't  complete my statements regarding the Lifetrends trade show.  The fact is, were it not for late  payment by a variety of sources,  there would have been no delay  regarding any of the debits that  were incurred. As it stands, all  payables are clear and accounted  for. I will also maintain that  Impact's financial situation  remains strictly private and any  disclosure of accounts would  only be considered as a courtesy,  or in the event that a contract  were in place. Keep in mind that  the chamber had no contracts in  place and shared no liability.  How they derive any ownership  is beyond me. I will maintain that  the chamber's role was one of a  sponsor. The attempt to pirate  this event seems akin lo any  notable charity taking claim to an  event that was prepared to support it. We raise funds for the BC  Children's Hospital and they  would never dream of taking  over events (their option would  be to not associate).  We possess ihe written  expression from many participating businesses, as well as our  other business sponsor that they  look forward to being involved in  our bringing a professional show  lo our communily next year. The  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce,  which is almost entirely funded  by the municipal government, is  nol only unwilling lo support  these businesses and their decisions, but it is prepared to act in  competition with Ihem! The  Chamber has now effectively  become a less-scrutinized vehicle  for the implementation of municipal policy and ideas. This display of tax-funded double talk,  disguised as a representation of  business is highly questionable  and both business owners and  taxpayers should be concerned  that lax dollars are being diverted  regularly to maintain a body that  is neither business nor government but more a self-interest  group that strives to perpetuate  its own existence, rather than  promote economy.  GORD CLAYTON  Sechelt community  Coast News, August 15, 1994  Safe!  A triumphant  pose, but to no  avail as the  Blasters find  themselves safe  at third Sunday  in slowpitch  tournament  semi-final  aclion.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  george In glbsons  by George Cooper  Ever have an incident occur that did make  you look silly? Sooner than tell about it ���  being duped, that is ��� a person may put it out  of mind, right? At least not tell anyone about  it.  Since there's a file half buried on my desk  that's full of warnings about "How to keep  your money out of the con artist's pocket," a  file accumulated over the past year, I can  hardly honestly pass these on to you and not  tell how easy I've found it to be taken in.  Well, not defrauded actually in this incident but just playing the rube to a "kindly"  London grandfather who suddenly materialized on the street beside me just to chat with  me.  roberts creek  "Ere now," he said, "you'll want a few  photos of yourself to show your grandchildren  at home when you tell them aboul your trip  back to the battlefields." You see, he had  already extracted this information from me.  "Wouldn't you, eh mate."  He found me as malleable as kids' plas-  ticene, I'm sure. Trapped like a bird mesmerized by a round-eyed cat.  "Ere, put you Canadian address here," as  he handed me a scrap of paper. And I did,  completely helpless. And pulled out my wallet when he mentioned cost of photos. Did his  camera have film in it?  "These two will do," he said, Ashing out a  couple of sterling notes form my open wallet.  Then he vanished. I think he got two 10  pound notes...well maybe two twenties. I  hadn't yet got the hang of British money. Oh,  he didn't leave any receipt or business card. I  came after a few moments in the fresh morning breeze, and what a dressing-down I gave  myself. And SHE got the story out of me, too.  But what a surprise to get a packet in the  mail a week or two after our return to Gibsons. Five prints of myself with a frozen grin.  Probably each print cost me about $15. The  London post office had rubberstamped the  envelope "Delayed due to insufficient  postage" to point out that the stamp was the  equivalent of 10 cents. And the file of warnings about con men. Another time. Perhaps  you have a story you'd like to tell. No need to  give your name, of course.  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  It has been nearly two weeks  since the tanks were removed by  ICG from their base at the bottom of Hall Road. Last week the  blue cement cradles were  removed by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  What to do wilh this new  found land is the question which  is still lo be decided. Two factors  enter into plans at this time.  Number one, ICG slill holds the  lease for the land and number  two, the SCRD musl apply to the  Government for use of this area.  An application has been made  with a simple proposal which for  now (due to lack of budget for  1994) will include benches and a  lookout.  dockside davis bey  Further plans will be explored  for 1995 once the application is  approved and a budget allocated.  Congratulations!!  On Saturday, August 6,  Nancy Kidd (Gibsons) and Ed  Cahill (Sechelt) were married at  the Roberts Creek Picnic Area.  Good Luck!  Roberts Creek Daze  With only 5 days left, Creek  Daze are all but happening. It  really sounds like an exciting  program and a chance for all  Creekers lo celebrate, enjoy and  simply have a good time in  "Gumboot County!"  On Friday, August 19, shortly  afler work, a baseball game and  barbecue has been organized by  the Roberts Creek Fire Department. Come on down to Cliff  Gilker Park (playing field area)  and cheer for your favourite team  or player.  At 8 pm, for only $5 you can  join the Mr. Roberts Creek Festivities at the Hall (for those 19  years and over). Tickets for this  event are available at the Creek  Store.  On Saturday, August 20,  entertainment will begin at the  Hall at 10 am, while the parade  kicks off at 11. There is still time  to become a parade entry and  don't forget bicycles are encouraged.  Following the parade in  downtown Roberts Creek (the  village heart) you can enjoy live  entertainment, crafts, and a variety of food. There will also be a  horseshoe tournament and there  is a rumour that there will be a  gumboot toss.  The children's area is also  ready to go with games, crafts  and all sorts of surprises. Donations for the weaving and craft  area are still welcome.  Finally, in the evening, local  maestro Len Hill and his friends  will rock up a storm from 9 pm  tail am at the Hall. Tickets are  on sale at the General Store for  $15.'  Please also remember to look  for the Red Cross collection tins  at various locations in the community. All of the funds collected  will be used for Rwandan relief.  The theme of Creek Daze is  "Spirit of the Creek", so let's  support this two-day event and  make our spirit come alive.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  The lightning cracked, the  thunder roared and the rains  came followed by the wind, just  like an old movie. Wakened from  a sound sleep by the tumultuous  storm, it was something to  behold with limbs crashing down  from Ihe trees and rain pounding  the windows. What a relief from  Ihe dry spell we have had for the  past month. Suddenly the garden  perked up and everything had  that washed clean, bright look.  What a wonderful climate we  live in!  I'm told a lot of things are late  producing this year, mainly  lomatoes. Some say they are at  leasl Iwo weeks behind schedule.  Roses are slill blooming profusely and being enjoyed in most gardens.  Blackberries are in abundance  and the jam-makers are hard at il.  Labour  council  picnic set  The Sunshine Coast Labour  Council will be sponsoring its  third annual Labour Day picnic  at Dougal Park in Gibsons, on  Sept. 5 1994 from 1 pm to 4 pm  rain or shine.  "We welcome everyone to  this Celebration of Labour,  whether or nol they are members  of a union. It is a family picnic  with hamburgers, hot dogs and  refreshments supplied free of  charge, games for the children,  contests, entertainment and giveaways. It is organized labour's  opportunity to give back to the  community," stated Murray Cantelon, SCLC president.  Zucchini has suddenly appeared  almost overnight and offers to  share are numerous. The joke  around here used to be, "don't  leave your car doors unlocked  while shopping in Sechelt, for  when you return, you'll And your  back seat filled with zucchini!"  Reminds me of the story  about when Ihe garbage strike  was on in Vancouver, people  gift-wrapped their garbage, left it  on Ihe backseat of their car, and  presto! il disappeared!  The beach and the dock continue to be the focal points in  Davis Bay these hot summer  days and all too soon, school will  be back in session for another  term. Most of us have hosted  family and friends this summer  and all have gone home  impressed with the Sunshine  Coast. Many talk of this being an  ideal place lo retire as we appear  to have the best of both worlds.  Isn'l that the truth?  We watch the magnificent  cruise ships coasting by our  doors on their way to Alaska,  imagining ourselves sitting on  the fantail deck enjoying the  scenery as we glide by...and we  live here!  The Charlie Brookman Fishing Derby for Kids which takes  place on Saturday, August 27  from 11 am to 1 pm is an annual  adventure for all kids, age 6 to 11  years. For those readers who may  not know, this event is open to  visitors as well as residents. Registration begins at 10 am behind  the Beach Buoy Drive-In, and all  participants must have a fishing  license (available at Peninsula  Market) and wear a life jacket.  No exceptions please!  There will be the usual pie-  eating contest which has always  been a great favourite with kids  and adults alike. Prizes will be  awarded for a variety of catches;  the first fish caught, the largest,  the ugliest, and so on. The trophy  goes to the biggest fish of the  day. Don't miss this fun day.  Adults are kindly asked to refrain  from fishing off the dock for the  two hours the kids are trying  their hand.  Memorial service  A simple service held at St.  John's United Church last Saturday marked the passing of longtime resident, Joe Kertesz. Joe  will be remembered by many as  a fixture on the dock, fishing and  helping the young ones to leant  how to cast a buzz bomb. For  many years, Joe helped at the  Derby baiting hooks, untangling  lines and giving instructions. The  community extends sincere condolences to Kay and her family.  VltW. SIDING  Aluminum SolMs, Palio Covers & Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring, Windows & Handrail Coverings.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  #108-5530 Wharf St. Sechelt  IN REAR OF NEW WHARF ST. PIAZA  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain 885-4572  UOOK WHAT'S  COOKING!  OPENING SOON IN THE  TRAIL BAY C6NTRC MAUL!  ��� ��� =  mi   =::  | THE LITTLE STORE 5  I      THAT GREW!  !I NEW LOCATION ��� NEW 6TOCK _  Open 7 days a week ������  5498 Trail Ave., Sechelt m  885-6460   H3SJ    1  ���:.;r:*-UM  Sll  i  ARCTIC  REFRIGERATION  ^nnonnus tfu uppointeuent t>�� ...  ManaiuT  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  ��� mimi  Seecoast Video |  5705 Cowrie St, Sechelt  Come in for  "Schindlcfs List-  Leave with  "SchindlertList"  We are loaded  with copies!  MONDAYS & TUESDAYS  2 fori  Call 885-7864 to reserve  your favorite movie!  Open Daily 10-10  mm  NOTICE OF  WATER SHUT OFF  GIBSONS INDUSTRIAL PARK AREA  Water will be shut down on Tuesday, August 16th, at 9:00 a.m. for  approximately 2 hours due to major tie-in of new construction. This  affects all businesses on Venture Way, Industrial Way and  Seamount Way.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  Wilbert Fair  PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  ���ftfttt  t___________mm  mm Coast News, August 15, 1994  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  Public Hearing will be held at the Municipal Hall, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August  23rd, 1994, to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-66.  At the Hearing all persons who deem their interest in property  to be affected by the proposed bylaw will be afforded an  opportunity to be heard on matters contained in those bylaws.  (a)    Lot 33, District Lot 688, Plan LMP 13670  community  (b)    Lot A of Block A &B, and  Lot B, District Lot 686, Plan 14197  SUBJECT PROPERTIES  M2 TO PRO  BYLAH 555-66  rc<>.\  ti&iWm*  (c)    Water Lots 5327,7011,4355,4356 and 6111  New Westminster District  ���tli.FSSWB  fcUfliLBfif  ia!/^uti&".AAyi&  SUBJECT PROPERTIES  Ml TO PRO  BYLAW  555-66  yR.PT3  The intent of the rezoning is to:  (a) Amend zoning of the subject properties to reflect  the intended Park, Recreation and Open Space use  of the sites.  (b) To amend the Park, Recreation, Open Space  (PRO) section of Zoning Bylaw No. 555 to provide  for non-commercial marina uses including marine  facilities, docks, wharves and floats.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed to be  an interpretation thereof. A copy of the above bylaw is  available for inspection at the Town of Gibsons Municipal  Office, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., Monday  through Friday excepting statutory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30  p.m. from August 8th, 1994 to August 23rd, 1994.  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Walt 885-3364  Reminder  I know you haven't forgotten  the library fair to be held  August 20 at Rockwood Pavilion from'noon to 4 pm. Featuring the t-shirt event, bake sale,  silent auction and much more.  No admission fee is required  although a donation towards  accessories for the hoped-for  new library is very welcome.  Get well wishes  Sincere wishes for a speedy  recovery go out to Andrew  Robertson who was injured in a  recent auto accident. He is currently in hospital in Vancouver  with his mother, sister and  friend, Maura, by his side. Our  hearts go out to them in their  distress and we hope it won't be  long before Andrew is his old  self again.  Volunteers needed  If you have a few hours to  spare each week, or even each  month, give Sunshine Coast  Volunteer and Information Centre a call at 885-5881.  They have a great need for  extra bodies and anything you  can offer will, I'm sure, be  greatly appreciated.  Arts centre  The annual summer invitational show at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt is currently showing a  sampling of some of the finest  work of local artists.  Part two of the show starts  Tuesday the 16th and will continue until the 28th of Ihis  month.  The Arts Centre is an ideal  place to bring your visitors. Just  the building alone invites admiration.  Commemorative plaque unveiled  The Sechelt Rotary Club celebrated the completion of Sherlock Park August 9 with a small plaque-  unveiling ceremony. The park, completed thanks to the volunteer efforts of Rotary Club members, is  located behind the branch 69 Seniors Activity Centre In Sechelt. Ian Cobb photo  by Ruth Forrester 88S-2416  Time files  It seems like no time at all  since the kids were getting out of  school for the summer, and  already the stores are filled with  "back to school" supplies.  Already most of the hummingbirds have disappeared to head  south, and if you still have your  . feeder out there it's high time  you brought it in to store away  for their return next spring.  Otherwise the poor little  things will think that things are  .just fine around here and that  they will have food supplies all  winter. Not so. If they miss that  flight south they will die, so do  them a favour and remove the  feeder. Our local blue herons  who have been so busy nesting  and feeding the young have all  taken off now.  By the time this is in print the  Welcome Beach Community  Association annual barbecue will  have happened as will the Festival of the Written Arts. It's  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Leave your am it home wHh w.  K/AnkudC��e  IMCherlB|MdHinmnlhs  lata* thai aad Yard MatttauKX  sdarkorUntaScnte  CAIISHARON 885-2228  always an exciting atmosphere at  Rockwood Centre during the  Festival, and already those of us  who have been there are giving  the flower arrangements rave  reviews. They are absolutely  beautiful and are the result of  group of volunteers who did the  planting in the spring in the box  and hanging baskets, then just  prior to the Festival opening,  they did all the cut flower  arrangements throughout the  lodge, the North Wing and the  I pavilion. Congratulations are  j most certainly in order for a job  done with obvious love and dedication.  Lord Jim's Lodge are also  worthy of accolades for a job  well done. Their fishing derby  for the Salmonid Enhancement  Benefit was a great success with  lots of good fishing, good food  and good music. The recent alterations to the lodge are fabulous,  making it an even more desirable  and lovely resort.  It will soon be time for local  organizations to start registrations, so if there are any dates  and locations you would like  people to know about, please  give me a call and the information can be included in Ihis column.  Fun on the 101  The Connor Park location for  the children's program will be  closed from August 22 to 26, but  there are alternate places to take  the kids to enjoy the fun offered.  These are all from 12:30 until  3:30 and are at Hackett Park,  Roberts Creek Regional Park,  Chaster House at Bonnlebrook  and Dougal Park.  From August 22 to 26 there  will be a travelling playsite at  Madeira Park Elementary  School, and on that same week,  Monday to Friday, there will be a  day camp from 9 am to 4 pm at  Davis Bay. The theme for this  one is Sandfaslic Sports Mania.  Sounds like a lot of fun, so take  the wee ones of ages 6 to 12 to  have a good time with other kids.  Wait.  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Bonchoo Co���I To __t____\  Nominations sought  for aboriginal awards  CIBC and the Canadian Native Arts Foundation is accepting nominations for the 1995 National Aboriginal Achievement Awards in  the British Columbia region today.  The awards recognize outstanding career achievements by aboriginal people in the arts, business and commerce, education, energy,  housing, law and justice, media, medicine, social and health services,  science and sports.  Twelve occupational awards, plus one lifetime achievement award  will be presented during a CBC televised special in Vancouver on  March 31,1995, at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.  Several of the jurors were 1993 Aboriginal Achievement Award  recipients.  Nomination forms and category criteria can be obtained from the  Canadian Native Arts Foundation in Toronto (416-588-3941). The  nomination deadline is October 16,1994.  B.C.Hydro is experiencing  a labour disruption.  While we're working to resolve the current labour dispute  with our Office and Technical Employees' Union,  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.  BC hydro community  Coast News, August 15, 1994  A prize  winner  Resort manager  Sue Anderson  presents Liberal  Party leader  Gordon Campbell  with the $5000  first prize in Lord  Jim's Fishing  Derby, a  fundraiser for the  Sunshine Coast  Salmon  Enhancement  Society (SCSEH).  Campbell, who  won with an 18  pound 34 ounce  spring salmon,  gave $2000 lo  SCSES.  Joel Johnstone photo  dockside davls bay  by Frank Roosen  As promised, or threatened, I will give you  that last report on the mi-summer festival. In a  few words: it was a smashing success! A few  wrinkles to iron out as we go along and get  ready for the Second Annual Lions Mid-Summer Festival.  It was just fantastic.  I'd like to thank the fellows from both our  volunteer fire departments for their excellent  support with the kids games etc. Also thanks  go to Sharlene and Thomas Gamble, Jolaine  Pryde, Dr. Vineyard Choy and Lisa Cummings. Also to Anton's sister!  And special thanks to Larry Curtis for the  free bus shuttle and to Tony Steele for the  staging plywood. And to the Pender Harbour  youth for keeping our signs up. Thanks fellows, I'm proud of you! Thank you for all  your help!  Further bouquets go to the musicians who  go to health  all donated their talents. Also printed are their  phone numbers so you can make your bookings: Skinny Jimmy 883-9796, The Great  Dane: 885-4839, Lion Heart (trio): 885-0169.  Furthermore, extra mention has to be made  for our young, very promising and talented  singers: Ann Konopasek: 885-1960,  Shauntelle Nichols: 883-2523, Rose Ellen  Nichols: 883-9233.  Also to be thanked are all you folks for just  being there and making yourself a 'part' of  this festival. It has shown us that this harbour  definitely can do with something in mid-summer. See you all next year!  Musk Lessons  After all that nice music last week end  there must be oodles of youngsters wishing  that they could play an instrument. Well, this  is your chance. Violin, viola, piano and cello.  Your teacher: Kathleen Hovey from Halfmoon Bay 885-1066. Yes, she is the lady that  entertained you with the fiddle. Thanks Kathleen.  Show and Shine  All you folks with old, old, cars and trucks  with the vintage of 1974 and prior are invited  to show them off on Saturday, August 22, at  the Sunshine Motors parking lot, from 10 am  till 4 pm. Food and refreshment will be available. One trophy wil! be given out as to the  People's Choice.  Brain Teaser  The following persons had the right  answer to the farmer's quest with his cabbage,  goat and wolf. Robert Allen from Sechelt, Jeff  Collins from Gibsons, Jenny Ramsey from  Egmont and Beryl Dane from ??? So it  appears that the whole coast must be reading  this column whether they want to or notl  Oh you want the answer to the riddle?  Sorry folks, my time is up. Next week; and  that's another promise.  by Dania Maliation  "Lasagna," he cried and died  wilh a smile on his face.  Question: How do athletes  get to be good sports?  Answer: Many of the best  sports competitors know that a  balanced diet makes the big difference! A good diet won't  make an average athlete world  class, but a poor diet will make  a world class athlete average.  Eating for competition seems  to be a balancing act from which  many of us non-physique sorts  could take notes.  Fifty four year old Mae Palm  from Howe Sound competes  regularly as a long distance runner. She's learned lhat plenty of  good old tap waler and high  quality vegetables, fruils, grains  and fibre take her successfully  to the finish line. "No packaged  stuff is her choice, instead eating quality home made products. Restricting caffeine lo one  cup a day and drinking, drinking, drinking water propel her  athletically.  Ryan Dempster, a Gibsons  fastball pitcher, who has  clocked a 91 miles per hour  pitch, believes in pasta. He fills  up on starchy foods from the  grains food group and juices  rather than pop, lots of quality  food, some supplements and  plenty of waler are part of his  sport life. Ryan's Team Canada  experience is teaching him lhat  qualily intake begets quality  output.  Marathons have a somewhat  different strategy. Consistent  quality food is important too, as  well as an eating plan. Ken  Grunenberg "iron man" from  the Sunshine Coast, has to load  with starches/carbs for three  days prior lo a competition.  Reserve stored energy is vital to  keep from hitting the wall! The  other foods he chooses are low  in fat and enough fluids so that  he doesn't wilt. During the competition Ken knocks back power  bars, bananas and half  Gatorade/half water to take him  the distance.  Gymnasts, like skaters, are  sometimes tempted to eat for  perfect weight management.  That is, until their trainers coach  them about shape and energy  management. Christine Hough,  a gymnast on ice found out that  dieting and athletics won't  marry. After learning to use a  balanced low fat eating strategy,  with plenty of fresh food and no  junk, her training, stamina,  grace, attitude and performance  have dramatically improved.  Athletes who eal and drink  for peak performance carry a  concealed weapon into sports  combat. Of course, this slill  wasn't quite enough for Pat  Burn's Maple Leafs when Doug  Gilmour was filled with  spaghetti and tomato sauce. But  then again, the Canucks might  have won even sooner if he  hadn't pumped pasta.  Dania Maliation is the Community Nutritionist with Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit.  ��� Healthy Lunches  made to order  ��� COOL Yogurt shakes  fruit juice sweetened  in a COOL air<otutitionedettviwtinma  VARIETY 5IH.S, FOODS  dowel   \>\    K tt    dit)snns I .iih  886-2936  ���i n pat������   -  -���j���ii���:���  . DnttebitclnQ...  TIXW-AY MOBILE MILLW0RKS Ltd  ON-SITE LUMBERMILL WORK  D mill eemt le tfeer Un) am) tai etmt leap milk my...  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HWY. 101 ��� 8834)41  ^  Sillier  Sands  Pender Harbour, BC. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHQP  CONVENIENCE  ROOFING  Tar ft Gravel. Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Ri��)&. Torch On, Durofds  msm  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  To List in this Directory  phone 885-3930  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  MICHAEL C. CROWE  Berrteter ��� Solicitor  Notary PiMic  /Vnrfer��(��*o</r;^fl/Srn*��  12874 Madeira Park Rd.  Madeira Paik  883-9873  ���  Royal Canadian Legion  Members & Guests Welcome  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  Friday & Saturday, Aug. 19th & 20tb  fi     RON  GLASS     fi  OPEN SUNPtVS 11-9/ WTCHIH HOWS TUIS. ��� SAT. H ��� ���  No General  Meetings until Sept.  Darts  WM/:30pm  Crib  SeUpni  Meat Draw  fwrytoMpm  Hkm  ^    CLIP   'N'   SAVE    >��^  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TOP SELLING OFFICE  IN   (IIBSONS  (MuuncLsmo Lbadebw Sales of Homes & flwwnj  Ongoing events musl be updated monthly  Notice Board  Dfc ADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  We reserve Ihe tight to edit submissions fot brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  MONDAY, AUOUST IS  ���C Resources Council tegular monthly  moating, SCRD boardroom. 730 pm.  Everyone welcome lo attend lo discuss  matters related to the community. Ihe  environment and Iti resources. Inlo:  Harry Almond, president. 8683464  SATURDAY i SUNDAY, AUOUST 20 * 21  Oeteoporoele Prevention end Sell-  Management Program: volunteers  J"1 to train as leaders. 9:30 am-4  pm. both days at tha Sechelt Health Unit.  To register: 1.800.363.1933  SATURDAY, AUOUST 20  Frlende et the Sechelt Public Library  Library Pair, noon-4 pm, Rockwood  Pavilion. Celebrity T-shirt auction, silent  auction, book, plant, bake and rummage  sales Into: Dennis Hotrock. SSS 61 SI  SUNDAY, AUOUST 21  SC tqueatrlan Club Horse Show,  English 1 weatetn flat classes Starts  approx 9 am, Oibaons ring (behind the  pool). Concasaion on alte, everyone  welcome Into: 666-3059  TUESDAY, AUOUST 23  Construction Aggregates Tour: a tour  ot the plant alte la scheduled tor 4 pm.  Interested parties should show up at the  site on Sechelt Inlet Rd. II Ihey wish to  attend.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4  SC Dance Society auditions tor dancers  tor 2nd Celebration ol Dance. 10 am,  Frank Weal Community Use Room,  Chaster Rd. Firehall  MISCELLANEOUS  Children's Week In Olbeone Aug 28-  Sept. 4. For Info on program for children  and parenta, call St Ban's Church. 666-  2064 or 666-7410  S.C. Maritime History Centre, Molly's  Lane, Qibsons Displays ol marine  artifacts, models, photographs. Come  en|oy our maritime history Open daily,  I1:30em-4:00pm. Into: 886-9058 38  Klda' Day Cluba for ages 10-13,  Tueadaya, July 19-Aug. 30,9:30 am-3:30  pm, Bethel Baptist Church Register  ASAP: 885-2454 or 885 3919  Junior Youth Dey Cluba lor ages 10-13,  Thursdays. July 21-Aug. 25. 9:30 am-  3:30 pm. Bethel Baptist church Register  ASAP: 685-2454 or 885-3919  Elphlnetone Pioneer Museum. 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Olfice,  Qibsons. A wide variety of displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artifacts ol the Coast. Open 7  days a week, Mondays �� Tuesdays, 1- 6  pm and Wednesday through Sunday, 9-  5:30 pm. Admission by donation. Call  666-6232 for more into  Parent-Tot Drop-In: lor parents with children up to 5.9:30-11 30 em al the follow.  ing locations: Qibsons United Church Hall  (Mon . Tues., Wed., Fri): Sechell st  Hilda'a Church Hall (Tuea); Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs I Info:  Community Services. 6656661  Sexually Transmitted Dleeaee Clinic:  (HIV. information, counselling and testing) Phone tor appointment in Qibsons  6665600, Sechelt 665-5164.  Single 4 Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  686 5600.  Prenelel Hoepltel Tour: phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  for tour, 885-2224. Prenatal only.  Parent1 Baby Drop-In gives parenta an  opportunity to meet other parents end  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S Fletcher, Qibsons and in  Sechelt at 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1 -3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Clinic*: A booster dose of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis is Important tor children entering  school. Qibsons clinics ��� 686-5600:  Sechelt clinics-885-5164  MONDAYS  Recovery, Inc. offers a sett-help method  lo overcome the negative feelings that  come trom tear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety. 7-9 pm, The Wellness  Cenlre. Qibsons Into: 666-6028.       35  HlV-Posltlve Support Oroup, (infected.  friends and family) meets In Qibsons  Info: Robby, 966-3:��� '  Don. 884-OMt  1352 (leeve msg) or  . . .ort Group  meets afternoons 10:30-12:30pm, call  ings 6:30*6:    .  call 686-7159, at the United Church  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cencer" Suppon Qroup  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre. Davis Bay, 1 pm Info 885 5661  or 6664369  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Depreeelon Support  Oroup - Qibsons Health Unit. 1.2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3C'a Weight Loaa  meots alternoons 10  886-2692. and evenings 6:30 6:00pm  call 886-7159, at Ihe  Glassford Rd., Qibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, CoastQarlbaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Info: 885.7770.  TOPS weekly meetings, 6:30-6 pm,  Chaster House Into: Norma, 886-7756.  35  FRIDAYS  Breast Self-Exam Clinic: First Friday of  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Qlbaona Health  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church basement, lane off Trueman  Road.  ______  ____________  MMM  Ml  MM  _,.,{., 10  Coast News, August 15, 1994  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD���  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph:886-4748  Wide selection of  fiction books in stock  Special prices on selected  books and bibles  New t-shirts in stock  You are welcome to  come in and browse  leisure  Richardson the perfect kick-off to festival  *___*.  Mon Time Ht-Ft    Tuea   Time Ht-Ft   Wed   Time Ht-Ft  Thura   Time Ht-Ft  0700 3.9  1445 12.9  1905    11.3  Fri   Time Ht-Ft  0345  1050  1805  2340  13.3  2.9  14.7  9.7  0015 14.1  0806 3.5  1600 13.5  2035 11.5  Sat   Time Ht-Ft  0445 13.3  1135 3.1  1835    14.8  0120 13.7  0905 3.1  1655 14.1  2155 11.2  Sun   Time Ht-Ft  0020 8.9  0540 13.3  1215 3.6  1905 14.8  0236 13.4  1000 2.9  1735 14.5  2250 10.5  by Darah Hansen  Who else but Bill Richardson,  self-appointed poet laureate of  Canada, could possibly find a  word to rhyme with catatonia  (begonia) and have it all make  sense?  Or write poem after poem on  subjects obscure and mundane  yet keep a reader, listener, audience full of laughter for hours?  Or base a book on a collection  of fictional letters written by  characters who might, in another  author's hands, be dreary and old  instead of fun, soli...human?  If there is someone else who  can do all these things, he or she  has yet to challenge Richardson,  who gave Ihe debut performance  Wednesday night (Aug. 10) at  the twelfth annual Festival of the  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr. 40 mln. plus 5 mln. for each ft.  of rise and 7 mln for each ft ol fall  For all your boating  parts & accessories  TIDELINE  MON-SAT  8 am - 6 pm  BACK BY  POPULAR DEMAND  KIDS CAMP  Register Now For August  SUNSTONECOAST  OOMPUHCOUiCEINC  SSUIAitSaMftM*  \Ul djua iU smts I li taxm w  McueiMit       DwBam  Graphics. tyrnJtWtfrts  WoetlPrixcsswB teifaorditta  Employment Skill 'fating available  Parts ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service  885-4141     ')t.37 Wh.irf Ro.id. Sechell  ��� MARINE  ;, LTD.  The Future of  Bedding is Here!  '*0T   S88"  5M5 s3lfl  6  COUNTRYWIDE  i ill w*\-\*h  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Sechelt 885-5756  Written Arts in Sechelt.  Richardson ��� a writer, raconteur and broadcaster on the CBC  airwaves ��� warmed-up a full  house of festival-goers with  some original witty banter and  readings from his award-winning  books Queen of All the Dustballs  and the Bachelor Brothers' Bed  and Breakfast. Coincidentally,  Ihe evening was also the eve of  Ihe author's own birthday ��� his  39th. "No really," he said to the  skeptical crowd.  For well over an hour, audience members were drawn in by  the familiar dramatics of  Richardson's made-for-radio  voice and rewarded with poetry  the likes of My Handbag and /, a  lyrical piece exploring the contents of the Queen's handbag,  and Services Rendered, dedicated  to another Bill whom Richardson  dubbed the 'pretend" poet laureate.  In the latter poem, even  Richardson failed to find a  rhyme with "orange" (not counting "door hinge"). Instead, he  cleverly side-steps the issue, giving the honour of that rhyme to  the devil alone.  "Orange is an orange is an  orange," he concludes.  As he wrapped up the  evening, Richardson easily carried over his good rapport with  the audience, sliding into a question and answer period before  leaving the stage.  "I'm a librarian by trade," he  BUI Richardson  told the crowd in answer to what  he would do if he could no  longer write.  With a smile, he described his  university credentials as a kind of  "vocational mattress back onto  which I can fall" if his well of  creativity runs dry.  And taking just one more  question ��� asked when he'll be  back in Sechelt ��� Richardson  slipped away with a look at Festival organizer Betty Keller, "I  guess the jury is still out."  Famous Harman bronze statue  focus of Bannister, Landy reunion  The year was 1954 when  Roger Bannister and John  Landy ran their famous four-  Minute Miracle Mile.  This Saturday, Aug. 20, both  runners will come together at  the Pacific National Exhibition  as part of the PNE parade ceremony.  The ceremony marks the first  joint visit by Bannister and  Landy since running the "miracle mile" at the Empire Stadium  40 years ago. The athletes ���  named the honorary grand marshals for the 1994 PNE Parade  last week ��� are also scheduled  to visit the bronze  Bannister/Landy commemorative statue located at the Hastings and Renfrew entrance to  the park.  The statue was cast in 1966  by Roberts Creek artist Jack  Harman. Harman, then a resident of North Vancouver, was  DONATIONS  Clothes* Food* Cash  URGENTLY NEEDED  **>*" Donatio���   aa��-2488 or Box S9a DMIfllV  MAVERICK COACH LINES  Daily Service to Vancouver  Leaving:  Powell River  Madeira Park  Sechelt  8:15am & 4:30pm  10:45am & 6:45pm  11:35am & 7:30pm  Upper Gibsons    11:55am & 7:55pm  Sponsored by:  IWEE  NEW!  CLIP & SAVE  commissioned to create the  piece by a group of city businessmen. It has since been renovated and unveiled.  "It was quite an event," said  Harman, of the original Bannis-  ter/Landy race.  Harman said he would not be  attending the weekend's PNE  event.  "They (PNE officials) never  invite me to these things. I'm  just the sculptor."  Creativity  highlighted  during  Children's  Week  activities  Children will have a chance  to participate in a variety of  drama, dance and creative art  experiences during Gibsons  Children's Week, August 28 to  September 4.  Driftwood Players is offering a two hour Drama Workshop for 6 -10 year olds which  will include theatre exercises  and games.  A variety of craft classes  will be held at Molly's Lane  Market. Children ages 9 and  older (and their parents) can  learn to bead, to use 'fimo', and  to create with clay.  There will also be a "Paint-  In" and book give-away!  Dominique Hutchinson will  lead younger children in a  dance and movement class. For  information and lo register for  classes call 886-2064.  BC FCRRIGS  886-2242  \NCOUVER    SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  CLIP & SAVE  Schedule  Laava Langdab  ��� 6:20 am       2:30  J 8:30 4:30 pm  ��� 10:30 6:30  ! 12:25pmM  8:20 M  2  u.amtJksUtmittsssM  Laava Horaethoe Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      5:30 pm  11:30        7:25M  1:15 pm    9:15  EARLS COVE-  Leave Earli Cove  6:40 am       **>P">  8:20 *M  10:30 MO  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  SALTERY BAY  Laava Saltaty Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  |  Tt*,r^��u**��*i'jl*owh��luWor,Fnlijrt SondJV* Jnd hoid* M���n(L,v% (>M * fc,��n !**��� i4 lo S��ia Mi'JvrltanciiwBjv lift) pm Imw> ljn_dJt. 10 10. m  I  a  a  !        I SUSSEX  fsussexI  I        REALTY        I  REALTY       , _     _ . ��������.^��.���_^.__��  i       >v............... sifscfs^ijftws^^'j'stsriiift1?. Coast News, Augusi 15, 1994  SSusirlnl    AUTOMOTIVE      Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101J  ^     Miin.lri.ft-6 S.il.B-b, Sun. 10-j  SECHELT RADIATORS"-"  Cumlilrtr (Wing Sytlem Semicr Centre  . . . i"fi'i i i * * v"i r r"i i a** i * i i'  Wt Keitnli fc Rfitfaic Rail*, 11 rain Cora, fc <���** Twiu  AUTOS TRUCKS TKACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE I  Ntw, INcrl ft Krlmili ��� I'it k nn K Dclivny   ��� ��� ^t%_a_______\  f S. MADILL CONTRACTING]  All types ot connate woik.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  Quality Concrtta Work        Coloortd ft Itanpad  M3-2U7 Concwta, Carts liOaltw  WILDW00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Seivice  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  Randy 885-4146  For the Smashing touch  Eric's Drywall  fliWusacaff  885-6052  4319 S.C. Hoy.  Across Irom hunittilncOM  M<m. - Sat.  885-7986  DENIS TURENNE CONCRETE  Placing & Finishing  Rasldsntlal & Commarclal  ACI Certified  Driveways, Slabs, Sidewalks etc  i  ~~. ....     Custom Concrete Specialists  \886-0340 ____________________*/  Gary's  303C AC >��ViCE  ���Tmcxs-KMa-s-nw OUMMWUCK  i-uuaacAmo-aMKniMO-nc  ��� EFFICIENT  ��� RHMMf  PROKSWONAl^     'WEf ESTIMATES  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  ROTOR  hi    itintiii **%  BUILDING CONTRACTORS ELECTRICAL SERVICES  coHintocnoH  residential If commercial  885-2887  Laurie Lacovetsky  RRK2. S-26. C-25. GIBSONS. B C   VON  l\  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial & Industrial  KELLY 885-9S65  GRAEMAR construction inc.  QuoliyHom��8uild��a  ��� FRAMING  ��� FOUNDATIONS  lolOCK-UP  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� FINISHING  ��� SIDING  .      THOMAS ELECTRICAL  ^^C CONTRACTING  ^^TThomas   886-7571  FREE ESTIMATES  SWANSON'S  EXCAVATING   e   SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR OVER 30 YEARS  Land Development ��� Road Conetructlon  ��� Bulldozing ��� Send & Gravel Dellverlee  ��� Pipeline Conetructlon  K85-9CHH*  SUNSHINE KITCHEN*  ��� KITCHENS a BATHROOMS ���  8*98-9411  Cellular 250-3376  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramist t. Marble  Naw Caaitraallae A Reaeaatleat  IS yaari eaperieaee le TlleteHlaa,  886-4280  Specializing in all types ot  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves BUMANTMO  "cadre construction ltd?  Custom Built Homes  Renovations ��� Additions  V^ 886-3171    PAVE MELLOR ^  CONCRETE SERVICES  FoenuuTiMAm ms-imP   KTATION   ���mi*-���  (���Clearing 4 Sttaap Raiaowal I  Stucco* Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  ENCO  CONCRETE  HEATING  a/am*    ���*-*       * j ** ���  ((DENNIS MULLIGAN^  Plumbing A Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  Commercial Refrigerated Fixtures  1 ARCTIC  COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LTD.  24 hr. service ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-5111  SCRV7NG Tl III St 'MSI IISU COAST  Redl-Mtx Oxicretr ��� santt A Grovel  Curbs ta Liners ��� Seplic Tanks  886-8174  Gibsons  Fax 886-8113  Box 314 Gibsons  VON IVO  885-7180  Sechelt  885-3469  ���-,    884-8053  ��i��� n      i In ii m ani MkMlV  ant ugvwupniMii ������TTWG  JW*P EXC A'  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER - NATURAL ��AS INSTALLATIONS  call NOW IIMftt  Showroom- ��73 Pagne Rd. Gibsons  ^ SUNSHINE CLEAR  *W> Punws le Water Treatment  ��� Sen** M CootmnM*RtaMartM  Punta and Water Tnattnsnt Iliads  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614 7  H_  ENTERPRISES  heeethtnowi  ,        -J��  -a_w    ^mmw^rm nn if et i >f ��tVKi^^  Swanson's  iBaady-Mix Ltd.  ^^^^^^^^       art* ���.j���     FAX  i *_____6 |j mint 11 tun-mi  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, MI7 Burnet Rd., Sechelt, B.C.V0N MO  KziAIUTHExCIMtTING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking ���-������  ��� Subdivisions  Serving the  Coeet  for 12 yeere  Our Customer Service Is  prompt witti prolessional  work at competitive rates  ^ KenBliWn��885-7487��� Cell886-8177  G.M.S.  Excavating  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL i STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   ���CHVMQ THE FORE1T. MARINE ANO CONST RUCTION MOUITMft  ON THE HMMM COAST  HOWARD L ANO ���  U1S REED NO  01110*8  886-3231  m___J  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  LOGS WANTED  Alder ��� Maple ��� *Saw Lag  Robert Coriett* 886-9783  QUALITY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  Sob Stales 885-9283  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers 12  Coast News, August 15, 1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Rzitr yoxtr- classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   m*\^mtW  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  MONEY AVAILABLE  BORROW ON VOUR HOME EQUITY  1ST, 2ND, 3RD MORTGAGES  Nol bated on job ilablly,  age or credit.  ConsoWalcn, car  oi whatever good reason.  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  BAYFIELD  iSiviKMNT5ERViCKi.rt).  20577 FRASER HWY.  LANGLEY  SECHEIT TEL 885-5527  5.6 acre limbered 6 secluded,  oceanview, 2100 sq. It. log bouse,  near completion. $450,000.685-  5810. SI  Cottage to move, ideal lor B 4 B  or added income. Easy move to  your property. Fully finished.  Details. BS6-27S1 N5w  Situated In one ol the most desire-  able areas ol the Sunshine Coast,  spectacular view ol Vane. Isl., Mt.  Baker, Trail Islands. Watch the  cruise ships sail by. In a park-like  setting, all this and morel No  agents. For appt. to view. 885-  2397. ss  3 bdrm house, 3 baths, linished  rec room in basement. 866  Oceanmount Blvd. 886-3726.#35w  PRIVATE SALE  No agents. One ot the best view  lots in Oceanmount Estates. Lot  35, $169,992.15. Phone 1-931-  1811 M*<  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  otter. 885-6141. ask tor Michel.  tec  Homes &  Property  Whistler Gondola Village, turn.. 1  bdrm undo with l/p, 2 min to lilts.  $94,000 Obo. 885-3076       ��34w  Moving, must sell. $279,000.  Spectacular watertront, just under  1 acre lot, southern 1248 sq. It,,  top Iloor plus linished bsmt., 4  bdrm, 2 baths, 2 kitchens, very low  down payment. Vendor will carry  mortgage. 7819 Redroolls Rd..  885-7738. #35c  Earn money while having property  paid tor. New 2 bdrm condo, near  all services & school. Ocean view,  l/p, 3 appl. $86,995. 866-2247, 1-  255-0651 collect. ��35c  Very clean 2 bdrm mobile centrally  located. Many extras, call tor  details $29,900 886-8011    134c  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lot, fully  treed, serviced. Kraus Rd. ott Marlene fld 885-6260. *3Sc  CUSTOM CEDAR LOG HOMES  SECHELT TOWNHOUSE  Plans available Various styles.  sizes. Contact DV Log Works.  895-5322 M4w  GEORGIA MIRAGE  Greal view Irom this level entry  townhouse with patio. Two bedroom, lull bath with jet lub, full  bath l> dressing rm ott mstr.  Enclosed oversized single garage.  Adult oriented. RV paiking available. Clubhouse, goll course, laks  ki complex. Overlooks golt course  6 Keats Island. Agent Appointed.  686-2506. ��5c  SELMAPARK:  AFFORDABLE WATERFRONT  2 bdrm home, cabinet kitchen,  ample storage, 12*xtff workshop,  large parking arsa, sale moorage  $60,000,885-5026 #34c  ROBERTS CREEK  Lsvel .73 acre on Hsndsrson  Avenue. Partially cleared, perc.  test approved. $109,000 886-  9006 6V6S, f34W  1.   Homes &  Property  Retirement delight, Immac., almost  new, extremely bright sgl/lvl, 1  owner home. Features ceramic  tile, lenced back yard w/patlo,  cedar garden shed, 2 bdrms,  w/walk-in closets, skylights, lully  equipped rec room / social centre,  forced ail gas lurnace and brick  f/p. Price - $163,900. Serious concerns only. 886-2211. North  Woods #10,820 Kiwanis Way.  ��35c  Custom built 2400 sq.ft. 3 bdrm, 2  balhs, vaulted ceilings, sunken living room, large in law suite. 1000  sq. It. shop, 1/2 acre, Redroolls,  below appraisal. $225,000. 885  7453 #34c  1/2 acre Beach Ave Roberts  Creek. Treed, 1 blk Irom slore.  $107,000. 886-4843 days. 885-  3351 eves. *34w  NEW TO MARKET  Move this home to your property.  Perfect for rental or guest. 4 appl  ind. Offers? 885-0929 *33c  144 - 5761 Wharf Rd., 2 bdrms, 2  baths, close to all amenities.  $113,900,986-4657 01886-3930.  Open Sal/Sun. 12-4 pm       ��34c  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY^  PIEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THI FIRST DAY IT APPWS  AAirtun at otked lo limn anMhr oi al od�� placed by  telephone   at*  complettkr   read   bock  verifying   requeued  ' 'i,numberc   wcA insesiSKiM and o copy cortert.  are  coni|  dauikcotai, itortck*.  Wt kike Mn care <o avoid typographical mn, ro  tt ntrl at an ���not, *��� ore rtiporiiw trie far #�� linl    ..  __  kmnlon al an ad. We do ml attune any,mpanMly for t-ny  reason lor an error in on ad beyond tw oat at fa ad mam.  Report any snor WMMMMH.Y by ccCng 886-2622  Vjr MS-MM ��� Monday to Friday 9 am. to 5 pjty  off X OU*  _tt___?  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places tm  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9*51  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    u*vmm  M5-MJ5  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  It  29  /*!%  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  IB  30  2  [GREAT  fl  Business and Home  Sendees  35  VIDEil  Business Opportunities M  jf_i.- .     rrrAT  Campers  ChildCare  M  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  *amaa\*Me  For Rent  31  ^S^B  For Sale  21  ^^  Found  11  Obituaries w  3  Free  16  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  30  S  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IB  Marine  20  Wanted to Rent  21  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  20  Engagements  Work Wanted  1  Music  13  30  For sale by owner: 1 year old condominium. 2 bdrms, ground floor  comer unit in park setting. Walking  disance to all amenities. $99,000.  886-3363 *33w  Save Realtor Fees  Qibsons -1113 Sunnyside, large  landsaped lot with raised bed gardens, fruit tress, close to school a  bus, quiet well-maintained area, 3  bdrm rancher, 1248 sq. fl Heavy  insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2 baths,  large deck. $178,500.866-8367 or  lv. mess at 1-478-9753       ��33w  Beautiful 2 yr old home close to  downtown, arena & golf course, 3  bdrms, 2 baths up, nearly completed bssemsnt, nics view, great  price. 885-0336 ��Mw  InMv T nwvf\  1.25 ACRES  Last lot available ki popular newer  Roberts Creek subdivision. Gas,  wster 6 paved roads. Closs to  school, slors 1 goll course.  $99,000,886-8691 ��33w  1800 sq It Rancher For Sale  Price reduced - pay no commission. Light a airy, only t yr old.  K30 Shaw Rd. 886-2820 or 886-  3191, Steve or Slier. Pgr, 11-975-  1071 ss  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc.,  cleared, 34 acre 885-0899.     ss  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre, 102 ft. frontage dear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 683-9418. ss  Very nice family home near W.  Sechelt School. 2,524 sq. ft., 4  bdrm, 12x16 den, with private  entrance - ideal lor home-based  business. View ot Trail Bay  Islands. Priced wel below market  value at $163,500.885-6913133w  Gibsons: 717 Crucil Road. 4 bdrm  ocean view, recently renovated  home: 2 levels, 2 full balhs plus  large family room - close to  schools: no agents please.  $205.000.886-4736 ��33c  Commercial lot. 38x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999 965-0412 SS  OPEN HOUSE  124 pm, Sat/Sun  502 Eagle Crest  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  Elegant 3 bdrm home. 2 baths,  level entry, large view deck. 1600  sq/ft. main finished. 1600 sq/tt  down semi-fin. Fully landscaped.  Asking $259,000/. 886-0964 ��33c  Why rent? 2 bdrm view condo in  desirable upper Qibsons. F/S. d/w,  laundry, parking. $312 bi-weekly  sssumable 5 yr mortgage at  6 75% Immed possession Possible sub-lease. $69,900 obo. Mark  6864336 ��3c  SOAMES POINT, BY OWNER  3 bdrm rancher. 1863 sq It. Largs  lamily room, l/p, 2 bafhs, workshop. Large lot. Asking $247,900.  For viewing call 886-6396       ss  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD Quiel rural setting, treed w/tiydro access, 1 75 ti.  asking, $185,000. no agents  please. 885-3469 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  Half acre selectively cleared on  Richards Rd. Bryan Ledingham,  Sussex SRC Really Corp, 925-  2911 ��33c  W. Sechelt. 1/4 acre GD. partial  view lol, lully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 SS  Homes &  Property  Waterfront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1-872-2117, days, 1-665-7478  ss  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to build, seplic in.  financing. 863-9597. ss  Gambier Island. For sale by  owner. Beautiful 8 acres, 2 bdrm  character house and separate studio, 1 1/4 acre ol garden area &  new orchard, stream, 10 min. walk  from lerry. $225,000. Call 886-  3214. ss  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  improved, well treed and within  walking distance to Sgts. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage Is In a  growing large lot subdivision wilh  two driveways to access upper  and lower sections ol pioperty al  $155,000. Lot 23 of Leaning Tree  Subd. win not last long) Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-9794042.   ss  In Lovely W. Sechelt  OPEN HOUSE  Sat,1-3pm,5455MllleRd  Great 3 bdrm. 3 bath lamily home.  Oak kitchen w/eatlng ares, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensulte  S walkln closet. Nicely landscaped  lenced backyard w/deck i hot tub.  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 6654379.       ss  4 bdrm lamily home w/l bedroom  suite, W. Sechelt. Good Investment. $163,900 obo. 885-5764. SS  W. Sechelt, new 1350 sq. fl.  rancher. Dbt. garage, 2 lull baths,  3 bdrms, skylight, natural gas  heat, maple cabinets, $174,900  885-7972. ss  Roberts Creek: 1/2 acre, square  lot, Spruce Road, $99,000. 885-  5779. ss  Require a building lot ki or near  Qibsons, serviced with access lor  under $50,000.886-3015 after 6.  tfns  1.   Homes &  Property  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 8098 Alder-  wood Road. Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 885-2201,  evenings 685-0944. ss  ANDERSON REALTY  ' RtcftMlon * MdfMMn  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St, Box 1219  StxntAt. BCVON3AO  aos-san fax senses  Van. Tel Free sataoia I  The  COAST  NEWS:  The best  coverage of  news and  community  events on  the  Sunshine  Coast...  From  Port Mellon  to Egmont  7    Announcement  Stress and tension release.  Reflexology 1 accupressure.  Phone Aileijh for appt. 886-9234  ���940  Chelsea, Colwyn and Sebastian  Sleep would like to announce the  arrival of their brother Harrison.  Thanks lo the help ol midwives  Denise Olson and Michelle Small,  Harrison was born at home on  Augusi 11, 1994. Special thanks  lor the care and understanding  from Or. Karen Scott. Happy  grandparents are Sheila McNama-  ra and Don & Maureen Sleep. Parents Sue Duxbury and Stsvs  Sleep are doing fine. ��33c  Jesse and Samantha have a new  cousin, Cody Allan Peterson, bom  July 18.1994 In Kamloops. Proud  parents are Mike and Jans.  *33c  QUSS: On August 6,1994, Roger  John Quss Sr., age 65 years.  Interment Mission Reserve Cemetery Hinds Funeral snd Memorial  Seivices in care of arrangements.  ���33c  Secret Cove,2 bdrm condo, 6;  appl. view Asking$149,900 594-  9310 ss  Close in - Gibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1 -922-3559.  ss  Roberts Creek, 1.0 acre, south-  em exposure, partially treed, building sis cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodtey Road access. $128,000.  686-7372. SS  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home wth hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car gaiage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  cal 885-2253, no agents        tt  Commerdal lot across Irom medical building. $95,000.985-0412.  IS  AT  Sechelt Book Stores  NOW  "OK Dem Golden Slippers*  by ��loine (Brett) Mitten  ...nostalgic history of  filing, logging,  family anecdotes  & recipes  Anyone ever involved with BC  TEEN TOWNS conlact Una. 866-  2977, Re: reunion Inlormation.  ���36*  Always tired? Physically drained,  stressed out, overweight? 'Feel  the power'. Amazing new herbal  breakthrough. Money back guaranteed.Call 865-4762        ��34w  Forst Pottery, open Friday and  Saturday 9 am ��� 3 pm or by  appointment 886-2543. 1040  Chamberlin Road, Gibsons.  ��33c  Camera, found at Hopkins Landing, early Aug. Identify fo claim.  885-2712. ��3w  Package ol negatives at Soccer  Camp, Ted Dixon Memorial Field,  Sechelt, Aug. 5. 685-9404, Kim-  berV __*}  Franklin Beach, set ol keys, Aug.  9.886-6435. ��33c  12. Pets & Livestock  5. Thank You  THANKS lo all my clients lor making CATHYS HOME CLEANING a  success this lirst year. Cathy  MacLean ��34w  The Wellness Centre Physiotherapy Services (oil North Rd on Kiwanis Way) hi Gibsons Is pleased to  announce thst Katie Angermeyer,  RPT, Is seeing clients for Susan  Edmonds during the 2nd and 4th  weeks ol August. By appointment  866-2650. ��34c  ^DANCE  ACADEMY  TAP'JAZZ  _  Registration  Tuesday August 30 or  Thuraday September 1  Kinsmen Hall  Call  WiltWRIFfBEIM  School of Dance  IUU). Ballet Classes  WedAus24&  SatAug27��5-8pm  1121 Port Mellon Hwy,  (1km from feny tetminel)  886-8346  Econo Autobody. Summer specials on now for bodywork i paint-  ing 6864662 ��33c  SECHELT PRESCHOOL  Sept 94 registration; small classes, quality program, 885-7212,  885-9856 *34w  2 lovebirds, $35 each; cage, $15.  865-1985. #33c  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, in-home and in-  kennel training available. Problem  solving, puppy classes (8-12 wks),  cerfd trainer. 888-2854.      ��35w  Border King horse trailer, 7 ft.  height, surge brakes, $2500 obo.  886-7666.     __*  Welsh pony, 12 hh, sound, good  disposition, Includes Western tack.  666-2430 or 865-2726.       ��35w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 5 ><��� <**��*** "�� *" "^  885-6208,24 hour line. tfn $1500. 4 yt. buckskin 1/2 Arab   1  lilty, $1500. Gentle pets, not ridden. To approved homes only, no  agents or stables. 866-0995. ��35w  Two yr old Border Collie X, very  friendly, good w/kids, spayed ii 8  yr old Shepherd X, neutered male,  very mellow, good w/kids, need a  good home, family moving overseas. 885-4276 ��34w  Gentle bomb-tree pony, good with  kids, $1200 Obo. 885-4787   #34c  Colonic Irrigation. Call Carolyn,  865-6857 ��36w  mm Registered Nursa  **  Homemakers - Gardeners  Bonded & Insured  HELP o^/e WAY  Gtisons io Pender Htatoiir  Seeking witness to accident at  Sechelt Credit Union, Wed., July  6/94, between red Nissan Sentra  S white Dodge Crew Cab. 885-  7519. ��33c  ��� ���     Unda  T^WmW      R����ve  I I 1^886-3188  | Java 886-3714  Horse bosrding, W  $100/mo. 665-3506  Sechelt,  ���33w  IRIS ANALYSIS  Gives you information concerning  your health level by observing  colour 8 structure ot the Iris.  .          _   Analysis is done tram photographs  Retired 71 year old widower seeks  which may be taken In your home WE GUARANTEE RESULTSI All  55-65 year old woman lor com-  lor your convenience. Cal Vonnle,  natural products. 886-3067 ��34w  6634853 ��4w  FEEL THE DIFFERENCE  Are you ssrious about losing  weight or tired, no energy? We are  ���t leaders In health li nutrition.  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Sines I960  Dog i Cal Boarding  ���Science Diet" pet foods  Dog Obedience Classes  panionship. who enjoys outdoor  activities, travelling and entertaining Smoker & social drinker OK.  Please reply to Box 1654, Sechelt  VON 3A0. *35w  Clarity counseling - free Initial hal  hour consultation. Carolyn Lincoln,  R PC.885-4672. *38c  TALK UVE TOA  REAL GIFTED PSYCHICI  1-900-451-3530 Exl. 1079  $3.99 par min. must be 18. New- -  qall, Ltd, (602) 954-7420. , ��35c  Canasta li Frustration player,  looking lor same, older female.  685-9108 ��34c  Tall, tun-loving 40 yr old, attractive, energetic hard working mother of 1, n/s, SD, DWF, looking for  ^   Ca*  lit  Coast Ataahmy  ~-M^LofOana&  V(P flat Arts  Registration  Sun Aug 21  3-6pm  885-2263  MBWHABAM.SKHILT  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children flourish in a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful Involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup - Grade 5  L'eeole Passe-Partout  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  Now taking registrations for September, 1994. 865-5363, 686-  9074 ��� ��34C  Upright piano, Bush Gerts, $900:  Seth Thomas metronome, $20.  665-3396. ��35w  Saxophone lessons 6 jau theory.  Cal Tim, 866-7704 ��34w  Apt. size upright piano, exc. cond.,  appraised at $2000. Lovely tone.  Offers 666-8543 ., 133c  Save money. Find HIDDEN  TREASURE USED BOOKS at  5525 Inlet Ave, Sechell, 459  Marine Dr., Gibsons. Sslscted  trades welcome. ��37w  ATTENTION COUNTERS  ...        .    ��� Room In Vancouver houss,  tai secure guy with a good sense BWll.oel*af1.7��MW  ol humour. Let's meet tor coffee.  'BX*mo' ��*����"��� ����">'  Reply lo Box N, c/o Box 66,  Sechel BC, VON 3A0        134c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  tikes, camping. Call for into 886-  3921 or 885-5384. ttn  ���34W  7 Announcements  $LAROE$  CASH REWARD  For inlormation leading to the  recovery of tine wooden jeweleiy  box snd contents removed Irom  Upper Conrad Road., the week ol  August 1. Box is approx. 12" xir  x 12" with kilaidT. Contents represent great sentimental value. No  questions 866-2457. IMC  SECHELT KARATE CLUB  Welcomes new members lor Its  tai session Experienced instruction with emphasis on safety, fitness, and excellence of technique.  Any level ol experience welcome.  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind le the body  *-  ��� TrafciO  ���ReUdl  ~"   ��� Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension ft  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  ���"TBS  ��74  Uarn ta Scuba Dm  this rummer at  Flexible schedule  All equipment supplied  Courses scan weekly  lia,HMmiMl��Ml  Piano Tuning  ���t���tt  *  ��� rapaHa  ' appfalaeli  KenDslglelSh  886-2843  CREEK STEP  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Tues, Thurs, Sal, 9:30 am. Complete aerobic workout with  weights. St. Aidan's Hal, Roberts  Creek. Evening classes? Cal 886-  3634 tfns  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling, rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototHng. odd jobs  6854917. tfns  Does someone ki your family have  a drinking problem? CallAl-Anon  666-9903, 885-7464, 666-9059.  Junior Leam to Sel program. CYA  Certified Instructor. Olympic dass Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484  lasers. Sponsored by Gibsons  Yacht Club. Phone Dane at 686-  2884, GYC at 8864500, or Mary  at 666-7574. Deadline for registration, Tues Aug. 16. 133c  SECHELT FARMER'S MARKET  Training Mon.' 8 Wed. eves. In First 8 third SaL, 10-1 pm, behind  Sechelt, beginning Sept. 12. For QfrtPub.  info, cal 685-9273 or 886-8434  ���37c  ���39W  children's weer  New fall catalogue now available.  Back to School Specials. Call for  mora inlormation or to book a  party. 885-0918 tfn  THE SUNSHMC COAST  ROOFERS  Reroodng and repairs, our specialty For a FREE estimate call Al.  885-1288 ��35w  This is a little gem fot the discriminating buyer. 1200 sq. ft., 4 yrs,  sophisticated adul house, close to  village. Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-tilled  kitchen, breakfast aiea opens onto  s/f patio 6 garden 2 full balhs.  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  685-6010 to view ss  COSTARICA  1 lot left in Phase I, Espetanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, serviced, privale community, tropical  park with hiking/riding trails, swimming. Close lo shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $26,500 each.  885-5157. tt  rMCNSltliMt  cl PEOTCEUINC  ACTS  Fall Registration  Fri Aug 26 5-8  Sat Aug 27 IO-3  Upstairs at  Twilight Theatre  FOR INFO CALL  884-4722 a 886-2989  SUN SMART  At Mary Kay, we've  got your SPF number.  With a variety of  formulas and SPF  levels from 8 to TO.  Call me to select the  Sun Management��  sun protection  products that are right  (or you.  3lMARV KAV  |��CI lo iaci mauiv aonct-  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  New in Gibsons Landing  ONE  HOUR  PHOTO  287 Gower Pt. Rd  8864586  Sunshine Coeet  A sale place for women snd children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service 685-2944 ttn  Windsurfing equip, boards, sails,  booms. God cond., acting sepa  ratety 6850899 ��33w  Mahogany piano (Henry Herbert),  $1900.686-3171 I33w  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound. $1000.665-9308.  tins  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  TOURS  Aug 2 - Oueen Elizabeth Park 8  Grouse Mountain; Aug. 13 - Vancouver Symphony on Whistler  Mtn.; Aug. 25 - Vancouver Game  Farm 8 New Westminster Quay;  Aug. 27 - Pender Harbour Cruise  8 Dinner; Dec. 15, shopping, dinner 6 Christmas lights. Overnight  trips: Sept. 13-15 Victoria 6  Chemainus; Sept. 19-23 West  Edmonton Mall; Sept. 28-Oct. 6,  Westcoasl Explorers Fall Tour;  Oct. 21 -Nov. 22, New Zealand,  Australia 6 Fiji; Dec. 1-4, West-  coast Explorers Victorian Christmas. For more information piease-  cal8S6-4S62. ��33c  Wanted to buy, Iresh ripe firm  blackberries. 886-9168      ��34w  Looking lor Casio or Roland or  Tomlee or Yamaha touch senttlve  keyboard for a 6 yr old. 886-8415  eves ��34c  Hooked on Phonics kl. Good used  camera, large preschool biks.  863-9359 ��34c  Kayaking Ufa jacket, comly 8  cheap, cal 886-7355 tfns  Old used bricks. Please cal 885-  3917 tfns  Back to school with PLEASE  MUM kids' clothes, fai catalogues  sre here. Gift certificates avail,  when having a party. 985-5669  Airlie �������  Carpet lumps removed and burnt  holes Cal Ray 8884934.    MSc  Rainbow Preschool  has openings tor 3 ��� 4 year olds.  FaM4. Cal Jan, 685-3707   134c  Freckles Weer  Children's doming a on the Coast.  Unique, cotourtul 100% cotton! To  view or book home party ul dan,  885-3707 ��4c  HAIR 6 NAILS BY VICTORIA  HAS MOVED  to Ha�� We Are Tues - Sat. 866-  2222.1 Invite al my dents to see  metiers 134c  Black cat w/whle markings, t yr.  old neutered male, Seima Park  area. Aug. 6.865-0290.      #33w  7 ft. Galleon dinghy, Hallmoon  Bay. Rewardl 965-5373.     >33w  Small lemale black, white 8  orange calico cat, Madeira Park,  Aug 1.883-9456. ��33w  Big bag of leather w/cuttei inside.  888-9040. Ronald Paul, 589 Seaview Rd, Gibsons. ��33c  Pal tenet, Wilson Creek, Aug. 7  8854041. #33w  Friendly kitten, 685-9558.    ��33w  To a good home, female 10 mos.  Cole / Shepherd X, spayed, med.  size (and not growing!) 886-3214  01686-2266. #33w  17 Garage Sales  Sal.. Aug. 20,10-4 pm, 296 2nd  St., top of Harry Rd., Bonniebrook.  ���33w Coast News, August 15,1994  13  17. Garage Sales  21. For Sale  21. For Sale  Garage fit Yard  at Gibsons  Building Supplies  Saturday  August 20th  8am - ?  CASH & CARRY ONLY  Please enter from  Sunnycrest Nail Gate  Parking will be available  at the entrance  1981 Honda PA50 moped bike, Prolile chalnsaw, $100; 12 ft. fibre-  $475 obo. 686-3036.        #35w glass canoe, $275; bunkbeds,    $50; Allen MDC organ, $1400;  Genuine Australian opals, $25 & tiles ��� 195/70 HR 14 ChBV rims,  up. 885-2471.      .  ��35c  $60. 8639324  ��33w  2 family sale at 5776 and 5772  Cowrie St., Sat. 8 Sun., Aug. 20 6  21.9 - 4 pm. Hard cover books,  household Hems, furnishings, toys,  linen, fools, doors, windows, etc.  ���33*  Sat, Aug 13. 8 - 2 pm. 313 King  Rd. Multi-family. ��33w  Three family garage sale, Aug. 20  6 21,9 am to 2 pm, 9959 Wescan  Rd��� Halfmoon Bay. ��33w  Moving - every weekend in Aug. or  call - 420 Stewart (oft Winn).  Tools, clothes, steieo, sm. turn.,  d/w, wheelchair, boat equipment.  686-0559 ��33w  18. Barter & Trade  Floral couch, $300; 2 large burgundy chairs, $300 pr.; misc.  household items. 865-4672  ��34w  Queen size hide-a-bed, cream  peach stripe, exc. cond, $425 obo;  attic biding stairs, $75.685-2771  ���34c  7 pc kitchen set, $175.666-6557  ���34c  Double bed, $50.886-8557 ��33w  China cabinet, exc. cond, $600.  886-9434 ��33w  Round teak dining rm w/4 chairs,  $500,685-4672 ��33c  MeU Appliance  Repair to all makes ot  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 8864959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  (JIAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CL.BMENT  (MffiTHUB  1044 Seemwnt Way. oaxorw  MMMMM  Two mattresses, 39x80, excellent  condition. 685-4098. ��35c  5 tt. coffee table & 2 end tables,  solid wood, $100; Kent wood  stove, $750; weedeater, $25;  mural, 12 ft. 8 in. x 9 ft., $20;  handmade fireplace, S45; video  camera 8 accessories, VCR brand  new, $1000; Pentax camera as  new, 3 lenses, good LP records  25C to $1,885-9597. #35c  200 w. Kenwood amplifier, high  speed dble cassette deck, 5 CD  carousel 6 3-way speakers, custom stand. Reduced: $1650 complete. Lou 886-7774. *35c  Used photocopier, Savon 7120  w/sland, 12 copies per minute.  $900.886-4643. 1135c  CASH PAID  For old mantel or wall grandfather  clocks, pocket watches (working  or nol), |ewelery, lurniture, anything old. 666-3905. ��35c  Two partner 500 chain saws, exc.  cond., $250/both. 686-8522. ��35c  New 24 x 106 shuffleboard, $295;  16 ft. sailboat (formerly Beachcombers) $899 or trade lor car.  ��35c  Swap sailing cruises/summer  cabin building trusses lor labour lo  winterize, insulate 8 solfet cabin.  886-4104. ��33c  19. Appliances  t year old QE washer 8 dryer,  both extra capacity, still under  warranty. Asking $700.666-7906.  ���35w  FRIDQE - white. R-hinge, $125.  STOVE - white, $200. STOVE -  gold. $75. 886-3113. ��35w  Range, 30' white, Fridgidalre  Deluxe, good cond.; hot water  tank, 2 yrs. old, energy efficient.  Must sel-oilers? 665-5675. ��35c  Kenmore portable washing  machine. 1 yr old, hardly used.  While. $500.865-5206       ��34w  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sales - Service ol reconditioned  major appliances.  ���large selection ��� warranty*  Bjorn 885-7897  ���34w  Motorola 8600 eel phone ml off  peak plan, $75 obo. 885-5133  ��34w  Kenmore washer, dryer, range,  $50 ea; fridge, $80; 685-3633  ���33w  Moffat H.D. washer. Nsw clutch  needs more parts. Moflal H.D.  dryer, good working cond., $150  set 885-1939 ��33c  Two captain's beds, each with 3  built-in drawers, take 39 in. maltress, 1 yr. old, sacrifice $65 each.  885-7651. ��35w  Double bed, box spring, maltress.  head 6 loot board, frame, bedding. Qood cond. $50.685-3637  eves. *35w  3 pee. leather couch set, cream,  matching glass coflee table, 2 yrs.  old, $500 firm. 8854265.     ��35c  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Coflimmial  ��� Fret Estimates  Call Bruce MS-1��*��  DAHLIAS GALORE  Sunshine Acre Farms on top ol  Seima Park Rd. toot ol varieties  in bloom. Cut flowers and tuber  sales. Mon. 1-6 pm, Tues.-Sat., 9-  6 pm. 885-9820. ��35w  Building supplies left over: window  sealed units, antique bathtubs,  fibreglass lifeboat, old truck and  camper, misc. items. 885-8869.  ���35w  Rocky Mtn. 'Edge,' ful stop., 24  tpd. mountain bike, used 4 times,  $2600.665-2634. ��35w  Craftsman 5 hp rototiller, Ike new,  $600; 25 gal. lish tank, complete  w/fish, new $450, sacrifice, $200;  3 dressers, t mirror, $75 ea; electric lilt recliner chair, used 1  month, new $1500, sacrifice $600.  686-8991 ��35w  GROWER DIRECT  Hanging baskets, bedding pansies  and new varieties. Glorious color  for your patio and garden. See us  at 1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, or call  Ecosonic 886-7444. ��35w  Entertainment centre, $200; one  olfice chair, $25.886-0181.  ��35w  MUST SELL  Bamboo curtains, 1/2' re-bar. canning jars, lighl fixtures, Decosonic  Sealer, wicker rocking horse,  child's desk, dog house, lamp,  lounge, baby car seat, aluminum  clothes rack, wardrobe, de-humidifier, house lacks, pick axe. clay  pots, aquarium filler, Nalional  Geographies, while bath sink, car  tape deck and speakers. 885-  1942 ��35w  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, $28 sq yard  FIREWOOD  Fir or alder, $120 Split 6 delivered, 886-7774. ��35w  Four subspeakers. 12,10 inch ���  ���2.12 inch. $200/pair. 865-4165.  ��35w  Moving: selling twin bedrm set,  highboy, teak bookshelf, cabinet.  hutch, etc., exercise equip. 6 calendar collection. 865-7519   ��35w  Wet suit. 7 mm, like new. $160.  686-9539 ��35w  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed lirewood, split 8 delivered.  lull cords, $100, cedar available.  686-0349 ��36w  6 pc patio lurniture set; solid pine  water bed. Queen size, no-wave  mattress, zero EMF heater; crib,  maltress 6 bedding set; play pen;  Singer sewing machine (multi-  stitch) w/lable; office-style swivel  chair: tv/stereo stand Simplicity  ride-on lawn mower; old fashioned  pram 886-7152 #34w  Olmentlonal Lumber  pre-cutituds  35�� a ft; fir 2x4. 35c a ft; fir 2x6.  49c a ft; lir 2x9.79* at tl; cedar  siding. 1 x8 channel 496 a fl. Delivered, no taxes. Call 885-9306. tfns  Your Logs to Lumber  Custom Sawmilling done  on your property  to your specifications.  885-3506  York 2001 home gym, as new,  $350; 66 in. soaker tub, white  fibreglass. Never been used, paid  $500, sell for $350.8B5-9076��33w  Large Scale Herb etc. Drying  220 V 6000 watt 20 cu If custom  firebrick-lined dehydralor, possible  use as kiln. $1250.865-7462 ��33w  26" ZenM colour TV, $100; Even-  flo child's convertible car seat, $65  685-3130 *33w  Single bed frame w/plywood;  maple single bed, head 6 frame  w/new maltress, best oiler each;  Danby bar Iridge, $130; Kenmore  BBQ w/lank, cover 6 bricks, $100;  weighl bench, all weights 6 some  accessories, $150; older ski rack,  $25; vanity w/slnk 8 shower, $25  ea. 885-5396 ��33c  Cedar shed, 10x12 , new shake  rool, lined walls, 2x4 const. Will  need paint job. You move, $600.  666-3466 #33w  Qas Toro 18 in 146 CG lawnmower, $200.686-3549 ��33w  Mirror, 4 sheets ol 6x6' 1/4' plate,  $150 ea. or all for $450.686-4655  ���33c  Computer 286 AT w/ b 6 w monitor, 45 mg HD, software, $500  obo. 865-8895 ��33c  Ceiling tan $40; Filer Queen vac-  cum, $90; Alpine car slereo, $200;  Dynaco stereo amplifier, $200;  Marantz stereo tuner, $200; Jackal $60.866-4214 1133c  Organic local garlic, large, easy  peeing bulbs 6 cloves. Order now  for eating/October planting. 885-  7866 #33c  Windsurfer, begin, to intermediate,  good cond., complete. $350.686-  4773,885-7578 ��33c  CHAIRS  35 hardwood colonial chairs, buy  one or all. $15 - $35. 866-2887  ���330  21 spd mountain bike, $200: 23'  colour TV. $75; answering  machine, $50; rowing machine,  $100.866-0662 *33c  '73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo  663-9234. ss  1976  78 Merc. Monarch, new Irans.,  running gear, Hurst shifter. $1500  885-4165. #35W  78 Westfalia VW van, exc. in 8  out, runs greal, 1600 cc, Alpine  stereo. Must sell, $3000 obo. 883-  2630  ��34c  1979  '79 Porsche 924, 5 spd., $72,000  mi., new tires, clutch, major tune  up. Trade lor car, boat? $4,200.  886-0181. ss  79 GMC Jimmy 4x4, black,  $1800.665-3537. ��35w  79 Honda Civic. New clutch, tinted  windows, mags, sunrool. Runs  very well. $550 obo. 886-7976   ��4c  79 Dodge Caravelle, exc. cond.,  good mileage, 225, good tires,  exhaust, lady driven. $1200 obo.  666-3413 ��33w  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, new transmission,  exhaust. 885-5102. ss  1960  '80 Ford Pinto, $350.866-4229  ��34w  '80 Volkswagen Jetta, $1200 obo.  665-4469, lv. mess. ��34w  '80 Honda Accord, auto, Iront  wheel drive, runs exc, kit/ext good  CCfl., $1200 ObO. 863-2630   ��34c  1981  '81 Eagle 4-wheel drive, runs  good, $700.686-2967.       ��35c  '88 Chev Eurosport wagon. 5 spd,  '86 Ford Ranger. Club cab, V6  Lost: 7 ft. Galleon dinghy, Hall-  108,000 kms, a/c, am/lm cass..   4x4,5 spd, cloth 60/40 split bench,   moon Bay, Aug. 1. 865-5373.  new brakes 8 rear leaf springs.   Reward. I35w  fibreglass canopy, $6500 obo 885-  4890 ��33c  one owner. Exc. shape. $5900.  885-3727 ss  '86 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,600 obo.  666-7654 alt. 5:30pm. ss  '88 Nissan Sentra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tires,  exc. cond., $4900 obo. 686-4837.  '66 Ford Ranger pick up. 4 cyl.  77,000 kms. 5 spd. Heavy guard  rack in back. $3500 obo. 885-5580  #33c  1987  1989  '89 Pontiac Firefly, needs trans,  good body, $750 obo. 885-7689.  *35c  1990  '90 Buick Le Sabre LTD, 63,000  k's. All extras. $13,950, excellent.  883-2246 ��33w  '67 Nissan Mull van. 4 wd. Exc.  Shape, $7000 obo. 79 Ford 3/4  ton. $2200 obo. 886-0465    #33w  1988  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWING  886-2020  ���mm ww mmmoumt  24 Hr. Emergency Towing  'Fully Insured and Reliable'  Guaranteed GoodJJead  Paris for moat makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  ���4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel  Drive and Some Do Drive'  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and tow some  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  Easy Rider kayak - canoe, very  stable, lighl, $750.886-3113. *35w  For sale - moorage or anchor  buoy, 4'9dia $469. 1-274-0761.  ���35W  16* K 8 C w/lrailer, 50 Merc, tarp,  sounder. $5500 obo. 886-3036.  #35w  25' Owens Cabin Cruiser, clinker  built, mahogany over oak, smooth  running. FWC Volvo, 350 GMC,  sounder, trim tubs, VHF, Sport-  syak dinghy. Fresh bottom paint.  New zincs. $4000 obo, 883-9298  eves., or after Aug. 11,883-2153  ���34w  Sevylor 9 fl. inflatable w/oars,  motor mount. Used twice. $325  obo. 895-2831. #35c  18 ft. Bellboy cabin boal. trim tabs,  lull canvas, 120 Merc cruise, f/w/c,  rebuill leg, sounder, VHF, CB,  '89 Ford F250, $11,500 obo. Call compass, sleeper seats, trailer,  tins $7,000 obo, will consider smaller  boat tor part Irade. 883-9858.135c  26 It. all new engines 6 lanks,  completely inside 6 out in 1991 for  1/3 survey. 883-9990. ��35c  186" Double Eagle Jel boat, c/w  trailer, $3500 obo. Dave at 886-  9406,686-6107. *35c  '86 Chev 1/2 ton p/u, 305 auto,  p/s, p/b, lil, $5995 obo. 885-0512  after 5 pm 883-9848. ss  '88 Ford Bronco II 4x4 XLT.  Loaded, $8500.883-2033    *34w  1989  '89 Ford F150 Supercab, gas/  propane, aulo, a/c, 75,000 km,  $10,000.886-9539. M5w  69 Z-71 stepside 4x4,  loaded, musl sell. 666-7484.  lully  1991  '69 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cass., clean 6 comlortable, $9600.  685-2133. ss  1M0  '90 Ford XLT Ranger 4x4, standard V6, canopy. $11,500. 886-  9168 ��34w  1991  '91 Ford Ranger, ext. cab, V6  standard, 53,000 km, am/lm cass.  Exc. cond. $10,500. 886-7637  ���33*  '90 25 hp Johnson 6 tank. Exc.  cond., new spare prop. Slow  trailer, $1700; 76 9.9 hp Merc,  long Shalt w/tank; Hummingbird  wide eye lishfinder w/speed, water  lemp, dual beam. Used once,  $250; Fish on Swivel fold down  chair, $50; Shoreline 9001b trailer,  I yr old ml spare. $550.685-4660  ���34W  '8t  Mustang. Recent paint.   '9t Mercury Cougar, auto., air,   g1 chevy S10 black s/b pioneer          <!!T^l^eT'elV,{'  P!!el',^,.!XC.f.".'L35,0??  stereo. Great'condition. $6250  Custom Du* 1662 26 It Yeda, twin  ���   ���~<nlH"m       '-��� ��������">-���- ����-���    --  ^ 886-7098 ��33c  volvos, dinghy, video sounders,  roofs, asking $2500.6864662       kms, $15,000 obo. 866-3623.   ss  ���34c  Smal W.H.-approved wood stove,  $250; Simply Accounting for DOS.  8660365 ��34w  k ��� nilHTtAH  Kitchen cabinets, complete, $760;  wood framed dbl. glaze opening  windows, 6x6', $250, SW, $200;  soaker tub, $150; vinyl dbl. glaze  windows; SUNCO, 865-6889 ��34w  Flour mill, $75; 9x12 tent, $100;  2hp 10* Grinder, $200; Singer  treadle sewing machine, $150.  666-7473 after 4 pm 134c  Maytag heavy duty w 8 d; aluminum truck rack; Tiger torch,  665-3062 ��34c  Microwave wai shelf, (oak). $40;  older model DM. offers? 885-8816  ���34c  Propane barbecue w/tank, 3  shelves, w/glass on hood. 886-  9346 133c  SUNCO  Itacycled Building Molerialt  French Ooon/W.-E* Door��  Alum. 1 Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  " "Bomroomfbdureselc.  -   vurouritmorcdr  ������������������������  5453WhoiflU.,SecWl  *eeyd*��fav��  MOf+SAT9om-5pm  '81 Cutlass Supreme, maroon  body, exc. shape, no rust, needs  motor work. $1400.885-4674*330  '81 Cougar 2 door, auto, sun roof,  new brakes. $950 obo. 886-3993  ss  '81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500 obo. 888-7969. SS  1982  REAL BEAUTY!  '82 280ZX perfect cond., T-root, 4  w disc brakes, new ties, not-free.  Special white pearl coat paint  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  air., til 8 cass. $8900.866-2668.  ss  1992  '92 silver Tracker, 8000 km, like  new, $13,500.686-8991.     ��35w  '92 Mazda 323 SE, auto, p/s, p/b,  7000km lyes 7000 km), $10,500.  8864017 *35w  '92 Honda Civic, white, Sony  stereo, exc. cond. $9000. 886-  2341 ss  1992  new VHF 8 CB, wHI consider all  serious offers. 885-5522 or 1-435-  3300 ��34w  16' Fiberform boat ml galv. EZ  Loader trailer in exc. cond. $2000  obo. 886-7967 ��34w  Sailboat, Columbia 26 (MK1), 4  1973 Custom Coach 23 It. travel sails, 7.5 Honda, good cond.,  trailer. Add on with wood heater.  $9,900,885-9491 ��34c  $2500 obo. Wilson Creek Camp .   "���; '���... . .  Ground.885-4068. KBw' ]***'ft!' *1J?V  '92 Dodge Dakota ext. cab p/u,  low mileage. $13,000.883-2033  #34*  25.Campers & RVs  1.65 lo 1), $895 ea, and misc.  parts. 885-0512 1134c  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  $4800 or trade for smaH p/u. same 42,000 km. 866-7524 eves, ss  value. 8854396 after 6 pm. ��35c  '82 Aries stn. wagon, 4 cyl, auto,  p/S, p/b, $800.8854708     ��34w  1993  Ready for take off! 21 ft. Vanguard  5th wheel. Shower, stove / oven,  lurnace, w/boat loader. Optional  1979 Dodge 1-ton 4-spd w/5th  wheel. 885-2738. #35w  Boathouse, good condition,  6 hp Evinrude o/b. $450.886-8557  ���34c  'liFori Mustang, 117,000k's, 6  865-7167  cyTaiT  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  u  $2500. Madeira Park, ideal lor  boat to 20'. 883-9021 ��33w  Freak Overbearing  Strawberries  M-PSck  $ 1.001b  openwrd * Weekends  5873 Mason Hit 885-3506  vbernes  Two 9 drawer dressers, wih mirrors, t satin maple, $250 obo, 1  pine, $125 obo; one queen  waterbed, w/padded rail 4 liner i  400 w. Mr., 12 baffle mattress.  $250 obo; ��� 4 rifle gun rack  w/drawer, $10; one twin bed rail  with wheels, $20. 665-7354 alter  6. ��5c  Oueen size sofa bed. exc. cond.,  $375 obo; single box spring  w/metal bed Irame, $100, Ikea single bed, dresser, desk, she! unit  886-3656 '35c  Moving Sale: wooden desk, metal  typing table, kitchen table and  chairs, vinyl loungs rocker with  matching ottoman. 3 piece set  salesman sample cases, new  backpack with aluminum Irame.  885-3396 ��35w  5fl. marble lacuzzi and vanity top,  $550000 885-2098 I35w  Bunk beds, $125; old coal rack,  $25; old sm. sink, $75; youth's  mountain bike, $75; BMX bike.  $100 866-8746 *35w  Set ol glass patio doors with hardware, $125; 2 exterior wood doors,  $100 ea.; 1 inlerior door. $75;  dishwasher, h g, as 'a. $100. Afler  5 pm, 886-0560 ��35w  Organic eating apples, scab-free,  ���McFree' and 'Prima,' 20(/lb.  8884520. '33c  2 new taupe/rose / green brocade love seats, microwave, typewriter, armchair 886-2428.  ��35w  19' colour Zenith TV, remote.  Make good second. $150. 886-  9796 ��35w  Speakers, turntable, electric lawn-  mower, truck jack, stereo stand.  866-3003 (lv. mess) f34w  Quantity heavy duty trelks fencing  with posts. Gravel shaker. Cement  mixing galvanized bowl. 8864996  I34w  Airtight wood stove wih stainless  steel coil connected to aux h/w  tank. $650.885-3508 ��34w  8 hp Briggs 8 Stralton water pump  w/3 ki. outlet, $200; 50 fl lengths  ot hose. $40; Vlas maple coffee  table. $60; Vlas end tables, $30  ea; 20 hp Johnson o/b, $600;  Dynacheck auto analyzer, $125;  Golden Jet well pump. $100 685-  2213 K34c  Glass lireplace door w/screen.  Portable lireplace screen (offers);  almost nsw oak entertainment  csntre w/glass door. $400 obo;  Appls II GS computer 5' (loppy  disk drive, Imagewiiter II printer,  colour monitor. $600 obo. 886-  4690 ��34c  Mountain bike, $130; men's 10  spd. $20; L Boy lawnmower. $40;  bird cages, $10 ea; wooden rocking horse. $100, Johnson 4.5 o/b.  exc cond.$700 8853633 S33��  LIQUIDATION SALE  1986 Ford 4x4 crewcab. $6000;  1967 Ford 4x4 crewcab, $11,500;  1968 Ford 4x4 crewcab. $8,500;  1988 Ford 4x4 crewcab.  $10.5000; 1967 2600 Invader,  crew boat. $24,500 487-4486,  6854497 I33w  250 gal oil tank (full), lower Gibsons. Swap lor utility trailer, yard-  work, why. 885-3433 ss  TOPSOIL  sand, gravels. Reasonable rates.  885-5070,865-8386, Doug  ��34w  Grandfather clock from Germany,  oak, many features, beveled  glass. 8664550. ss  Sears 9' gaiage door 8 opener  (new 1000 ea) $650.8650244. ss  5 rolls of FAX paper 8 l/2'x328'.  V core, $5.95 per rol. 686-2622.  tfns  12 tt. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; large capacity wood heater,  $500 an like new. 665-7611.     ss  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  favourite photo. Pets, family,  friends. 9'xi2', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. for delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  rehmded. Ifns  Heli-ox-16 band mask 8 hoses  with communications gear. $3000.  T-30 Ingersol Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. fl. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH. starter liter, etc Hydro  just expired auto shutolt at 3100  psi. $3500 886-9464 tfns  SATELLITE SALES  ANO SERVICE  Proymawng subscriptions.  Green uwm Eerlh Station  Tiifb. Very good condition.  $2500. Cal 8664366. ss  '62 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes, $3100.666-8032.  ss  1883  While 4 cyl. Chrysler Reliant, exc.  running cond., p/s. p/b, woman driver. $500 obo. 8664129.    *35w   1884   '84 Reliant, good cond. No rust.  '61 C^J" **��� .%^ "��������  Low kms. $1995.6864305 ��34w  lowered 350 4 spd.. $2600 obo.       686-9481. ��35C  '84 Subaru stn. wgn., 5-spd,  stereo, sunrool, new exhaust, running wel. $650. 685-3568     ��34c  WANTED: Extra cab 4x4. Call cellular 1-371-2129. ��35c  '80s  '55 Chevy pick up. 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor,  rebuil, $1500.685-5467.        ss  '60s  24 It. motorhome, '89 Slumber  Queen. Rear bdim., awning, dash  air, air-helper springs, 84,000 km,  to It fibreglass car lop, new part,  like new. $25,000.885-4455 ��34w   good condilion, $200. Wanted: 8 ft,,  ^~*~: .... ��� .   '���'rightaluminumcarttjjf.StfltiS���1  Camper van, 1986 Dodge maxi  ~ '       j^  (Islander conversion), $13,900.  665-9491 ��34c  1978 Chevy camper van, raised  rool, fridge, sink, good tires, well-  main!., economic, $2500. 885-  3568 #34c  '59 GMC 4104 converted, ai, generator 3-way, fiidge. Seen af Silver  Sands Resort 863-2630     ��34c  79 21 ft. trailer, fridge, stove, fum.,  h/w, awning. $5495 obo. or  accept part-trade for boat 8 motor  to $2000 value. 865-0512     #34c  19' Bayliner Capri bowrider '66'  130 hp galvanized trailer. Exc.  cond., soundei, skis, life jackets.  $12.300.686-9452 *33w  12 ft aluminum boat; 9.9 Johnson  o/b; galvanized, ezy-load bailer,  brand new. $1800 885-7693 #33w  70s  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain SHI Murray I  MCMMC. MN.AM.S.  MAB.Y.C  ��� Murine  Surveyors and Consultants       Leisure craft hard lop lent frailer,       75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  in exc. cond. Ideal for a smal fam-  84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  completely rebuilt, price slashed  Iy. 885-9076 *33w  25' libreglass tri-hull house boat.  std., 1 owner, sxc. cond. $3495  firm. Call 885-3943 and leave  message. ss  '84 Crown Victoria auto, o/d. d/l,  a/c, ���extras, $2950,885-9648  ss  '66 Hyundai Pony, ki great shape,  automatic. 81500 obo. 686-2999ss  $4995.865-7518.                 - ,������ ,   ,    48 compact/import truck camper.  76 Ford Club wagon 4x4,460 3-W, Iridge, furnace, stove.  auto, 33'mud tires, $4000 lirm. Immac. con., $3600.685-5972  886-7612 M3w #33w  76 Ford Ranger 4x4,1/2 ton  camper special, exc. cond. $3800.  886-3992. tt  77 Ford ISO 4x4. 80 box, new 29' Prowler trailer. Rear bedroom,  ties, tuff box. Good cond. $2600 al equip, stays. Pad rental stays til  Obo6664650 ss  79 Landcruiser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  warn winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, $6500 obo 886-7800. sa  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  $4995000.686-7099 SS  tfn  QOOD HAY  MOWaleDeaversd  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole oats lOc/tb  Cm MfWMft 12'ipfl)  8884397  [autopartsi  * Shop around - you'll 1  I find il pays to buy ���  I recycled auto parts Irom ���  ���    IYPASSAUTO*    I   __   j TRuacRtaraiK | 1N1  JL��������������� ��S '81F100 p/u. very reliable, work!  a6 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded pleasure truck, new battery, good  plus disc piayer, $5795.888-7150.   tires. $1400.685-0156       ��35w   "  '91 Ford 5 ton, 20' box, 3208 Cat  1M7 engine. 130.000k, $5650. 886-  9600 ��33w  120 hp Merc. Cruise FWC. Rebuil  block 8 tog, trailer. Trade considers. $9000.886-3148        ��33w  Boston Whaler, 17 ft. Fishing  /water ski/ bait tank, dbl. battery/  VHF/ sounder/115 hp/lrailer.  $15750. Thurs - Sun only. 886-  4666 #33c  22 It. Sea Ray, $11,500. Sounder,  galley pac, marine head, hard 8  March 95. Al Head Water Marina ^ top, auto bail tank, fish finder,  (Madeira Park). Otters: 683-9502    clMn & ,,��� Hav, ,��� nc,��y  1980 Falkland molor home, 27 ft,  cruise, air, awning, loaded.  $10,500 240-2896 cell.       *33w  #33w  Must sell. Dune buggy. Street  legal Ready to go 685-2461 #34*  B00YW0RK8  LIGHT WELDING  Save Ihe high cosl I will beat any  writer estimate on the Coast. For  kilo 8854531 ��33w  tMOS  '68 Firebird, tug block 400 Munci 4  spd ml Hurst shifter Eatons Limit-  ed slip rearend $2000 obo 886-  3349 ss  70a  '72 Dodge Scamp New fires, bat  tety. runs well $600 685-7503  ���33c  87 Pontiac Acadian. 91.500 kms,  running cond., tody driven, $1700  8854288 133c  67 Mercury Tracer. 90.000 km.  diamond coating, exc. cond .  $3000.888-2417. ��35w  87 Dodge Omni. 94.000 km, good  cond. no rust $1700865-5102 ss  87 Acura Legend LX Loaded,  exc. cond. Charcoal Grey  94 OOOkms $12,000 obo 886-  8906 tfns  ttM  88 Mazda 929. lully loaded.  78.000 km, excellent condition.  $9500.886-9539 I35w  88 Dodge Aries s w, only 55.000  kms. very dean, great family car.  $3750 Obo. 886-7648 ��35w  88 Honda Accord, 5 speed. 4  doors, new tires 6 battery, exc  81 International 5 ton, propane,  mechanically certified. Best otter  or trade for smaller Iruck. 885-  3506 ss  1984  84 Dodge Caravan, suto $4,500  8664204 SS  teas  65 Ford Ranger, grey w/black  canopy. 77.000 km. 5 spd.. 6 cyl.  $2900 ObO 885-9561 *35w  65 Ford F150 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy. 351. s/new parls, gd.  cond, $8900.8854109. ss  1988  '86 Ford Aerostar. Camperized  van.V6.$4800 866-3290   134c  86 Mazda B2O0O. sports cab 6  w/malching canopy. Exc. cond.  Travel trailer by Terry. Spacious,  full kl., bath, sleeps 8. Immaculate  cond. Phone 685-4048 eves for  viewing. Priced to sel. ss  17 It travel trailer: fridge, slove,  turn., shower, etc. $2000 obo.  883 9450 eves *36c  12 ft Apollo camper. Qood shape,  w/shower. $1800 865-3897 *33w  Reconditioned  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  lull bathroom, stove, Iridge, furnace Sleeps 6 $3950 885-3996  ss  20 ft Frontier, shower, toilet,  slove. furnace, fridge, al working.  Recond engine.$7000obo.Can  be seen at ��63, Wilson Crk. RV  Park tt  For rent 13 fl travel baler, sleeps  4. $200/wk�� $200 d/d 885-5307  I35w  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 665-2100. ss  1990 dlx. 24' molorhome A-1 condition. 866-9025. ss  30 fl. travel trailer, remodeled, gas  slove, furnace, shower, $9500.  6864202. ss  may trade for smsll boat. 865-  5623a!t.6pm ti  16 ft Thermocraft fibreglass boat.  First $350 takes. 8854604   ��33c  1949 34 ft. Monk diesel cabin  cruiser. A very economical boal in  excellent working order. $25,000.  686-2738. ss  18 1/2 It l/g boat ml 100 hp, EZ  load frailer, $3000 obo, 8864120  ss  To place your  classified ad,  In Gibsons, call 886-2622  or fax 886-7725;  tn Secheh, call 886-3930  or fax 885-3954  end $7800.885-2541        135c asking $4200.666-2970      I33w  88 Chev Corsica 4-door auto. p/s. '86 SR5 Toyota 4 -runner, new  p/b, tilt, cruise, music - asking muffler t rad. stereo $8000 obo.  $4450 886 4210 I34w 885 4890 ��33c  2 person libreglass kayak, all  equipped, good cond. $2400.885-  7645 ss  22' Heavy fg Davidson double  ender. Single cylinder Faryman  diesel $9500 firm. 685-9068    ss  41' houseboat. Fridge, slove,  shower, holding lank, bedroom,  dressing room. $7500 obo. Ph  eves. 866-9014 ss  12' aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b  motor. $1800 lirm. 886-9049     SS  22 1/2 tt. Double Eagle CB  350/260 baitbag VHF sounder,  $23,000,885-3448.                SS  10 l/g boal w/oars. $300. Magma       marine bbq. $135 886-7207. ��35w   New trailer. 3000 Ib cap. $2500.       8850621 ss  16 fl. Hourston 70 hp Johnson for       parts, trailer. $1200 obo 885-  4778. *35w  Wanled: Classic wooden runabout 866-2736. ss  '  ���MMHMMMH  maaeam  riMMHiiMtf 14  Coast News, August 15, 1994  28. Motorcycles  19 ft. Campion hard lop. cuddy   POWERHOUSE MOTORCYCLES  cabin, lull canvas. Powered by  898 Mercruiser iresh water cooled  5 Hire V8/198 HP Very low hours,  used moslty lor mooching. Perlecl  cond, clean inside 8 out. $9500  obo 885-5025 ss  22' Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Meic  leg. convertible hardtop and can-  vas. VHF, fishlinder, trailer,  $12,000 Will consider part trade.  885-4019 ss  24' work / pleasure boat, l/g on  wood, exc cond . zero hours on  rebuilt 31B, new ex-manifolds, new  S.8. shall, wiring, paint Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor  $7900 863-2990. SS  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suil. 883-2610 or 883-9290       SS  Forced to sell, luxurious libreglass  Force 50 yacht, leak decks, 58 It  ol cialtmanship world traveller.  Fridge . slove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer freezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower. 2 heads,  king and queen beds, great galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel. radar.  Loran. satellite navigation, weath.  er lax. FM and ham radios,  inboard computers and much  more Great condition, will consider real estate trade $190,000  Herb Craig 886 2277 ss  27 Concorde l.g cabin cruiser  318 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF, CB.  sounder, compass, sleeps 4  Excellent condition Ready to  cruise $17.800.6867240       ss  18 It. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O, boal.  Tandem axle trailer. $3800 883-  2297. ss  25 It Reinell. depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps buil to  suit 883-2610 or 883-9290.     ss  28' Umlly fibreglass. brand new  motor and other extras, full of  electronics. Reasonable price.  George 886-8139 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-20-30-4O-5O-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.       tfn  1990 GSXR 1100  $5100  1980CB750 Cuslom  5800  1984 GS 750 ES  $1700  1985 CV80  $800  1945 FIELD RD  885-3137  29. Wanted to Rent  27. Mobile Homes  1971 Lamplighter. I4'x60', 2 bdrm  w/2 extra rooms added. Carpeted,  good cond., 4 appl. $24,500 at  Sundance Park. 986-0459.      ss  $26,900  3 bdrm, 2 balh home located in  local Sechelt Park, pad rent  $220/mo. For into 597-3322. ��35c  11/2 yr 14x70' mobile in Ike-Loo  Park $87,900 Must see. 885-  4194 '       ss  28. Motorcycles  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500 886-4616 alt. 7 pm       SS  Large Roberts Cteek lamily seeks  large Roberts Creek home. Nov  1. Exc. rels. avail 8856878  Fiona. ��35w  Mature, responsible prol mother  ol one, n/p. n/s. looking lor lunky  artistic type dwelling (ie) lg loft,  suite over garage / offices, bright  basement or cottage. Preler lower  Gibsons / negotiable! Approx  SSOO/mo incl. Willing to update  decor. Ret. available. 8660115or  8860144 ��35w  Professional couple, historians,  looking lor housesitting in S.C  area N/S. n/p. extremely quiet  Experienced in home & yard maintenance, repairs Will care lor  plants, pe.s, etc Rels Until Aug.  306859290.then9296560 ��35w  Require: rent or caretake 2 or 3  bdrm. Roberts Creek & North.  Rets, avail. Dims. 885-3948. ��35w  Dry garage needed for arts 6  crafts, Hallmoon Bay area. 885  4835. ��35c  Single lather, needs small house /  apartment or to share accommodation w/other single parent. Wilson Creek - Davis Bay area. Prefer Mission Point. Sepl. 1 or sooner. 8854141, ask lor Michel. ��35c  Couple seekng 3 bdrm (or 2 bdrm  ��) house lo lease by Oct/Nov. 1.  Acreage, privacy 8 reas. rent  would be nice. 886-2576     #35c  Two older women seek 2 or 3  bdrm suite of home, lower Gibsons. Prefer waterlront. Non-  smokers. 686-9151 #33c  "There's no place like home!'  Cozy, one bedroom Roberts  Creek house or cabin needed  asap lor quiet, responsible working couple w/cat. Cal Jane, 885-  3930 tins  Responsible working couple  looking for a 2 ��� 3 bdrm house for  long term rental. Refs. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 883-2212  31. For Rent  3 bdrm upper suite watertront,  Gale Road, lease. $800.  1 bdrm waterlront. Reel Road,  lease, $750.  2 bdrm older waterlront, Seima  Park. $650.  2 bdrm new view. Sechel! Inlet  Rd.. lurnished, lease $750  2 bdrm lurnished, lease, Tuwanek,  $700.  2 bdrm Burns Rd. $550.  2 bdrm side duplex renovated,  Redroolls. $600  4 bdrm lurnished Redroolts, Lease  $800  SUSSEX REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGMENT  DAVE AUSTIN 885-3295  ���33c  HOUSES  Two bdrm house, view, ml w/d, t/p,  cenlral Gibsons, $750 plus util.  Lower Village 2 bdrm house, m!  w/d, property is zoned com mer-  cial so has varied applications are  possible Current residential rem  al $650 plus utilities  Cenlral Gibsons. 2 bdrm house,  $650/mo plus ulil  APARTMENTS  Two - three bedroom apis renl  includes heal 6 hot waler $650 8  $675. no pets  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  t bdrm apartment, lower Gibsons,  piivate patio, garden, bright and  sunny, new building, quiel and  secure. $620.866-3420.     ��35w  Free room lor Sept., Oct. for care-  faking farm. Must like classical  music. 8664995. ��35w  4 bedroom, 2900 sq. ft. ocean  view executive style home in  Woodcreek Park Large private  yard, garden, double garage.  $i200/mo. John Austin, Pebbles  Realty 886-8107,661-3044. ��35w  2 bdrm cottage on School Rd. Sea  views, reasonable rent. Ken 1-  979-6595 (toll tree) or 886-2234  ���33c  Modern large duplex, upper Gibsons, 3 bdrm, i 1/2 bath, al appl.,  close to schools 8 shopping. Refs.  req'd. N/P. Avail. Aug. 20.  $600/mo 885-9540 ��35w  Gibsons. New, unlurn. bachelor  suile. Own entrance 8 carport.  Beach access nearby. Refs req'd.  Avail. Sept. 1. $460/mo. 6864322  alter 6 or hr. message.       135c  t bdrm bachelor suite, $550/mo  includes utilities. Avail. Sept. f.  886-2751. ��35w  3 bdrm duplex, w/d, garage, f/p, 1  1/2 balhs. $850/mo. 6864267.  H35w  For Rent  sons Langdale  Room and hill board  Gibsons. N/S. male. Privale  entrance. For further Inlo 886.  8588. ��35w  2 bdrm suite, panoramic view,  close to lerry and beach. 1-432-  9679. ��35c  New 2 bdrm condo, $750/mo  includes util. N/S. N/P. 8654144  ��35c  1 bdrm suite, self-contained, cable  incl., n/p, $450/mo. Avail. Sepl I  666-2265 after 6 pm. ��35c  Beacn cottage. Granthams. Avail.  Oct. ��� May. Wood stove. $450/mo  Rets. 886-0668. M5c  2 bdrm Farnham Gardens giound  floor, avail. Sept. 1,$600/mo. 886-  3525. #35c  Wanted - Working, mid-aged  female for shared accom. ml same  ol 3 bdrm house - Gibsons,  $400/mo * util. 8867736 aft. 6 pm  ���34w  Small RV or camperized van from  mid Sept to mid Oct 885 3743  ���33w  Lower Gibsons, 3 bdrm main floor,  house. Avail, now, $675/mo Rels.  866-8698 ��34w  1 bdrm sule. F/p, w/d, $500/���,  util. Included. Avail. Sepl. t. 922-  1880 ��34w  Furnished 1 bdrm basement suite,  t/p. n/s, n/p. Refs req'd. $450/mo.  avail. Sepl. f, 886-2694 or 574-  4040 ��35w  N/S female to share large 2 bdrm  8 sundeck, ocean view, 5 appl.  5375/mo* util. 886-7764     ��34w  Upper Qibsons, nice 4 bdrm  house, 2 balhs, big yard. Close lo  amenities. $900/mo * utll. 929-  ���34w  3 bdrm rancher in Gibsons, avail,  immed $600 Alan, 755.1639  ��33w  2 bdrm mobile on acreage. 4 appl,  SBOO/mo plus hydro. 986-7461  ��33w  Waterlront adult-oriented 2 bdrms.  N/P. $515/mo, Sepl. 1.886-8435  ���33c  Furnished house w/view Walk to  lerry. Avail. Ocl 15 -April 15/95.  Low rent Preler retired couple or  prolessional N/P. 886-7394  ��33c  1 bdrm suile. private entrance,  sundeck. panoramic view. Walk lo  lerry. $470/mo. N/P. 886-7394  ���33c  2 bdrm cenlral Gibsons, view, 2  balconies, skylight. Hydro 8 cable  nol included. $595/mo. 886-7018  Ifn  3 bdrm upper duplex, Roberls  Creek. $750/mo. avail Aug. t  NRS Secheh Realty Ltd.  685-9093  For Rent  Roberts Creek  For Rent  Sechelt & District  Duplex. 2 self-contained apts.  Upper has 4 bdrms, lower has 2  bdrms. Bolh very spacious. Owner  will rent whole duplex lor  $1350/mo. 8 you can renl out  lower apl or will rent upper lor  $850/mo 8 lower lor $650/mo.  Avail. Sept. 1,8654898      ��34w  Spacious 1 bdrm suite on quiel  cul-de-sac, single n/s pref.  $525/mo, util. Incl. Rels req'd. 885-  7719 #34w  Professional or retired non-smoker  needed to rent my new view home  in Sandy Hook. $800/mo, rels  req'd. 274-2840 ��34c  Corf) en Cob  picked daily  Roosendal Farms  I km down Garden Bay Rd  1 bdrm furnished apt. N/S, n/p,  refs. $400/mo ��� security deposit.  886-9233 ��34w  Large f bdrm suite, new, close to  beach, deck, hardwood floor, n/s,  n/p, $500.886-7609 ��34c  Large 3 bdrm duplex on Cochrane  Rd., lower Qibsons. F/S, w/d, l/p,  sundeck 8 grass. Avail, immed.  $800/mo. 1-9484384 ��34c  3 bdrms up, 1 bdrm basement  suite. Rent separate or together.  Cal Rob. 888-2670 ��34c  Avail Sept 1, lower Qibsons. 2  bdrm sule w/view. 6 month lease  required. $650/mo. 1-596-1669  ���34c  2 bdrm 8 den mobile al SCMH  Park. W/D, s/l. Avail. Sepl 15,  $550/mo.886-3670 ��33w  2 bdrm suite between upper 8  lower Qibsons. clean 8 comfortable. Woodstove in living room NO  parlyers, no pets. Rels req'd.  8425/mo. 8864326 #33w  Older 2 bdrm house, w/d, on  acreage. $700/mo. I util. Sepl. 1.  Rets, req'd. 685-7666.        ��35w  Beach Ave. waterfront home, very  privale 2t bdrms modestly furnished, t t/2 storey old timer  w/sun room, $800/mo Avail lor 10  /12 mo. lease from Sept. t or  sooner. Employment 8 rental refs.  required. Lv. mess, at 886-2558.  ���33w  f acre, 2 bdrm, basement, sundeck, 5 appl. Aval. Sept. 1. $750  per month. 8864943 or 464-1930.  ��35w  Old 3 bdrm house on acreage.  Avail Sept f.$550/mo. Write to  Box 1157,1124 Lonsdale Ave,  North Vancouver, BC.V7M2H1  ���34w  Shared accommodation. Beautiful  quiet home w/view, garden, hot  tub, fully furnished, w/d, n/s.  Owner away most ol week.  $600/mo, util. included. 886-2003  ���34w  W/F Beach Ave, 2 bdrm house,  garage, sundeck, l/p, 5 appl.  $72S/mo. 14694192 afl.5pm.  ��34w  Nice bouse, private location. Short  walk to Roberts Creek Park 8  beach. Avail. Sept. t. $800/mo.  888-2182 *33c.  5 bdrm waterfront, walk to Sechelt,  gas, heat, tridge/stove, n/p. avail.  Aug. 1. $900/rno. 885-5474 alt. 6.  ���33w  Oceanside, oceanview, 2 bdrm  apl, Davis Bay. $650/mo plus ulil.  avail immed., n/p, n/s. 865-3715 or  792-8731 after 6 pm. ��3w  2 bdrm main floor ot house, lv rm,  d. rm, 3 apl, use ol w/d. Carport.  $750/mo plus 2/3 hydro. Avail,  immed. 865-3165 #33w  2 bdrm lownhouse, n/p, refs. Suit,  for adults, Jolly Roger site,  $650/mo. Avail. Oct. 1.594-9310  ���330  Inlet View Quest House. Furnished, accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 885-4490     (36c  Halfmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  3 bdrm cottage, 6 mo. lease, Sept.  fS to March 15. Apply Silver  Sands Resort. 883-2630.    ��35w  Waterlront bachelor apartment,  lantastic view. 7-lsles apt. 885-  3910 #34w  Waterfront cottage, 1 bdrm t loft,  sul. for single n/s. n/p, Sept -June,  $650 ��� ulil 885-1912 #34w  Waterfront, 1 bdrm cabin, fs, laundry, elec. heat, avail. Sept. f.  $400/mo t deposl. 883-9448 ��34c  Vacation Rental - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  5650/week 685-5157. tt  34. Help Wanted  FOOD SERVICE CONTRACT  The Sunshine Coast Gol $ Country Club is soliciting proposals to  operate Ihe club's kilchen opera-  lion. Interested 6 qualified personnel should conlact Ihe club's manager at 6854212 for further Into.  ���35c  Fully qualified stylist required for  busy salon. Expertise in all phases  ol hair care. 2 or 3 yrs. experience. Mail lesume lo Box 291,  Sechel or phone 865-2618. ��35c  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Community Kitchens is looking for  a coordinator to run Ihe monthly  cooking sessions and to plan and  publicize for Ihe program. Call lor  more inlormation.  Volunteers are needed lor a program that provides services to victims 8 witnesses of crime. Full  training and support provided.  A handy-person is needed by an  arts group in Sechelt to assist wih  maintenance and basic garden  care. Very flexible hours.  A scale model is needed of a heritage building on the coast. All  measurements are available but a  volunteer is needed lo build the  model.  The Red Cross needs a chairperson lo head the upcoming blood  clinic in September. This is an  excling opportunity for someone  lo get involved.  The Sunshine Coasl Volunteer  and Information Centre. 885-5881,  fax 885-9493. ��33c  34. Help Wanted  The Driftwood Inn requires additional housekeeping stall. Energy  & enthusiasm as important as  experience. Application to Ihe  General Manager , Box 829,  Sechel.       *33w  Server required. 19* yrs, Sechel  Goll 8 Country Club. Conlacl  Donna or Trudy, 885-4653. #33w  P/T helper in family daycare, own  transportalion. rets., TB check,  record check. 885-0470, Lisa.  Welcome Woods area.       #33w  Looking lor enthusiastic 8 energetic people to compliment our  team. Now hiring part lime positions for servers 8 line cooks, day-  lime shift available. Mail cover letter lo RR��2, S4. CI6. Gibsons BC  ���33w  Wanled: hoe or cat operators.  Please send resume 8 reply to  Box 426, c/o The Coast News.  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  ��33w  JOB FINDING CLUB  A 5-week financially assisted  Canada Employment Cenlre sponsored job search program. The  program involves: >an interactive  group support process (under the  supervision ol a lacihtator) to help  acquire effective job finding skills ���  skills 6 aptitudes testing ��� basic  computer skills. Musl be in receipt  ol Unemployment Insurance benefits. Proposed start-up August  8/94. For more information 6 registration phone 8864099.     ��33c  ALASKA JOBS! Earn up lo Part lime chambermaid needed.  $30,000 in Ihree monlhs fishing 8864343 ff33c  salmon. Also year round fishing for Assemble light products at home.  King Crab, halibut and herring. EllM| incomei easy ^i, Cal for  Plus construction, canneries, oil directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2360  fields, and more. Hiring now! (601) ext A74 tin  799-1362 Exl S-389 24 hours  For Rent  Sechelt & district  yt*��-i BCYCNA  n  collub a  ANO "tJllON  COUUuN -���  SfnSPAPeflS  ASSOCIATE  Network GUt4^uA  These aas appear in more than 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669-9222.  IMMEDIATELY  2 bdrm doublewide in desireable  Big Maples (adul park), $650/mo.  865-7816. ��35w  Sechelt village 2 bdrm home 2  mins. lo shops. Suit n/s couple,  lease $850.8854436.        ��33c  Near new 2 bdrm f level condo,  gas, f/p, 5 appl., $700/mo. 322-  8456 eves, alter 6 pm (collect).  ���35w  (fcOOK "" Sandy Hook: 2 bdrm furnished  ftt J *"�� cabin, avail. Aug 15 year round  roo eacti Manorial wort   $700/mo. ��util 1-945-9161. ��35w  371  loi25  words  ANTIQUES  TIMELESS HANOI  CRAFTS On English"  pub and advertising s,gns  (3D Style), nana-crattea  Iromwood Baoy buggies  bird cages, rocking  horses, iron chandeliers  etc ReproCudions but  autnent.c apoearance  Colourcatalog-S2 United  Force Picducts. Whole-  sale/Retail po Box 324  Rosecae.BC VOXiXO  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT trom  $795 ENGINE  remanutacve Vom $995  6 months lo pay 6 Yea'  120,000 warranty Bono  Mechanical Oji'ding engines tor 28 /ears 672-  0641. 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Leasing/selling  changeable message, illuminated signs Modest  inventory Purchase secures your territory Ex-  cellenl leturns with this  proven seller Call "Sign  Language" (604)732-  6645, Fax 732-1745  BUSINESS PERSONALS  WE RE YOURSi Hurry to  imd oul about our exciting  hot photos ano fantasies1  Discreet, tree into: Karen.  Box 670GB Kelowna.  BC VIY 7P2, Adults Only  Please'  COMING EVENTS  LITERARY CONTEST.  Whrte Rock WMers Club  invites unpublished prose  or poetry entries to annual  contest Fee $5/piece submitted Max length 1,000  words prose, 36 lines po-  elry. Full rules trom  Ladner Postal Outlet. Box  '.8647. De��a. 3C V4K  4V7 or call 531-2219  Closing dale postmarked  Oct 31/94.  EDUCATION  A NEW Careef Lois ol  iods available Trained  Apartment, Condominium  Managers needed - all  a'eas We can train you  now' Free Job Placemen'  Assistance 681-5456/1  800-665-8339  COUNSELLOR TRAINING Irstilute ol Vancouver otte's correspondence  courses 'o' the certificate  ot Counselling studies lo  begin on the 15th ol the  month For a brochure  Phone Toll-free 1-800-  665-7044  CHEF TRAINING FulBime  17 week Diploma Programs ol'enng trie oesl  training m Cooking-Past'y  and Desserts F.nancmg  available and placemen:  assistance Dubrulle  French Culinary School  Vancouver I604J738-  3155 or i 800 667 7286  PREPARE YOURSELF lo  ride Ihe new Inlormation  Super-highway" Gr-Tech  College has been training  adults tor Electronics &  Inlormation Technologies  careers since 19B4 Technical courses include  Electronics. Security Systems I 0 , Telephone'  Data installation. Business  Equipmem Repair, Audio'  Video Computer Hardware. Sohware & Networking Burnaby 439-1101,  Victoria 383-2336, Tolllree 1400-646-1477  EQUIPMENT  FOURTEEN G-GRAD-  ERS, tour Water Trucks,  4X4 Backhoes. lour Excavators, three Bobcats,  six Cat Loaders, ihree  Dump Trucks and Pups,  21 Ion Till Trailer. 5600  Ford Tractor c/w side  mower. 420 John Deere  Dozer, Ambulance Call  VIC493-679V  FOR SALE: 3 Freuhaut  Tandem end dump rock  trailers wl/2'steel liners,  1 Freuhaut tridem end  dump, 1 short slick lorCat  245excavator. 1 Komatsu  065. 2 Komatsu 155s. 2  Cleaver Brooks 30P31  boilers 1 Ram Air drill ml  Ingersoll compressor, 4  conveyor belts, 1-60", 1-  65', 1-25'. 1 -35'. Call Jim  orArt a](604)932-5541.  STEEL BUILDINGS.  Cheaper Than Wood".  Quonset-Straigtttwall  quonset. Structural Steel  Buildings 8 C. Company,  we wont be undersold.  Service and satisfaction t  guaranteedi Western i  Steel Buildings 1-800-565-  9600   _____  FOR SALE MISC  OUALITY    TRAMPO-  LINES Factory Bred 13'  Square Splash Bounce  16'Round Mega Bounce  '600 663-2261 Pans.  Repairs. An Makes  FUTURE STEEL Buildings  ��� Quonsels 25X30'  $5,462 . 30 X40' $6 593 .  35X50' $8 476  Straightwall Ouonsets  25X30 $5,922. 30X40'  $6,999 Endwalls Sliding  Doors. Freight 10 Vancou-  veriGSTincludedt 800-  668-51tl  SPAS'SPASi Spas'Lim-  Med Otter Wholesale j  pnced spas now available  in your area starling at  $1,795 complete Cana-  das leading wholesale  store. Call Now  1(604)420-0384 24 hours  HELPWANTEO  CSM GIFTS is an established Pany Plan company. We oiler great programs, large variety ol  toys, gilts and specialty  items. No investment, deliveries orcollections Call  1(519)258-7905, Fax:  1(519)258-0707.  ARBUTUS LASER Centre lor the removal ol spider veins, birthmarks,  scars, tattoos, age spots,  wans, wrinkles, plus treat-  ment lor Snoring. Call 731-  5512 in Vancouver or out-  ollown 1 -800351 LASR  CHARLTON RESORTS  Year-round employment  opportunites-housekeep-  ing attendants lor Banff 6  Jasper. Chateau Jasper  requires buspersons 8  morning dining room servers. Conlact Allison  Plante. Saturday-  Wednesday 9:00a.m. to  3:00p.m. MST 1(403)852-  5644. Fax: 1(403)852-  4860  THE CHILLIWACK  Progress requires a highly  skilled, experienced Journalist to till the position ot  Editor. Applicants should  direct their resumes and  handwritten covering letters on/or before August  ' 27/94io JulianGalbecka.  ; Publisher. The Chilliwack  I Progress, 45860 Spadina  Ave Chilliwack B C V2P  6H9  BUSINESS OPPORTU-  ' NITY ol a lilelime I need  people m your area You  can even keep your job.  but you won't Call 573-  4875 or Fax 573-4821  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE In  stock, counienops/vam-  ties also  Cash a Carry  Cabinet Warehouses  "4278       Loughoed.  Burnaby 296-9277  " 19700 Langley Bypass.  Langley 534-7273  " 800 Cioverdaie Ave.  Victoria 475-1159  "561-tllhAve Canvbell  River, BC 2876767  "2580   Bowen    Rd.  Nanaimo 756-9229  "1666    Spall     Rd..  Kelowna. 660-6638  MISCELLANEOUS  POETRY CONTEST  $24,000 in prizes yearly  Possible publication Send  oneongmalpoem20 lines  or less: National Library  01 Poetry.Box 704-1363.  Owings Mills. Md 21 117  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY Direcl.  Save thousands ol dollars,  Rldgewood Homes. B.C.'s  f 1 selection of manufactured homes. 14'X70'starling at $38,900. Free Info:  962-9114.    CUSTOM DESIGNED  Manulactured Homes.  Why buy oft a lot when  you can customize any  plan to your own personal  taste. Pre-owned homes  also available. Noble  Homes 11403)447-3414.  FACTORY DIRECT. Sin-  Ste and double wides.  ualily manulactured  homes. 1400-667-1533  'II we can'l make a deal-  we'll pay your way home I*  JEMONAL  GOOD SEX lor seniors.  Overcome all impotence  problems caused by aging, medications, surgery,  diabetes etc Getttielacis:  Performance Medical,  Box416.Valemounl.B.C.  Tflll-H��tte05-66iai21,  WOULD YOU Like to correspond with unattached  Christian people across  Cenadatorcompamonshp  or marriage'S.A S.E. Free  inlormation. State age.  Asngrove. P 0 Box 205,  Chase, B.C VOE IMP.   M8LI8TATE   RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owner. Small  lots to large acreages.  Oceanlront. laketront,  streams, ranchiand - located throughout BC  Terms available Free brochure. Niho Land & Cattle  Company Lid 521-7200.  HALF SECTION ol land,  1.700 square leet. split  level house, machine  shed, healed shop, barn  and other buildings  Greenhouses option, vermilion. AB. $340,000.  Phone 1(403)853-2525.  OCEANVIEW 7 9 ACRES  m Powell River. 3 bedroom  house. 8 unit motel.  $30,000 per year gross  Income potential. Near  manna $279,000 ownerfi-  nancing. Phone: 1-487-  9716.    SEMISES   WE TAKE The Fear Oul  01 ICBC. Ma|or ICBC in-  jury claims Joel A Wener,  trial lawyer lor 25 years.  Calllreet- 800-665-1136.  Contingency lees Simon.  Wener t Adlor. __  Person to share 3 bdrm house,  cenlral SecheH, large dean home,  w/d, room tor your furnishings, lots  ot privacy. N/S, no dogs, $400/mo.  ��� share ulil 685-9235        ��35w  Newly decorated I bdrm w/den.  d/w, laundry, central Sechel, n/s,  no dogs, suitable for one person  or peison w/one chid. $500/mo. ���  share utl 885-9235. ��35w  2 bdrm w/f view bouse, 7965  Redrooffs Rd. $85tVmo. 734-5880  ot 1734-3991 ��35c  Redrooffs: wel maintained 2 bdrm  mobile, woodburning stove, on 1/2  acre In Welcome Woods. Large  workshop, w/d, nil, n/p. aval. mid-  Sept. S695/mo 1-731-0963. 1-  3224722. ��35c  Davis Bay waterfront, smal, cozy,  2 bdrm turn, home, n/s, n/p, Sept.  - June 30/95 $600/mo 885-5072  or 968-5079 ��5c  Very large 2 bdrm mobile, walk lo  al amenilies. Suit retired, no dogs.  rets Sepl 1 $675/mo 685-5762  ���35c  Wilson Creek, small trailer, suitable for t adull. Cedars Trailer  Court 885-3313 ��35c  3 bdrm rancher Wilton Creek  ���rea. Lge. workshop, $900/mo  885 5239.8654594 ��34w  3 bdrm cottage, large yard  Wood/electric heat, ocean view,  beach access, across highway  $760/mo. 885-4276 or 2993778  ���34w  Beachfront turn, older 2 bdrm  home, $750/mo. negol. Sepl -  June. 885-3076 ��34w  Waterfront home. W. Sechelt 2  bdrm. Avail Oct. 1/94. $900/mo  plus util 1-463-9934 ��34w  Basement bachelor sule, 1 bdrm,  Davis Bay, w/view. $400/mo .  avail Sept. 1 885-4091 eves or  day. 885-2818 ��34w  3 bdrm suile in Sechell ml rec.  room. Large sundeck. 2 fireplaces  $ laundry. Newly decorated N/S.  n/p. Rels please $850 mo, share  util Avail Sepl t 885-9235 134c  32. Commercial  For Rent  1900 square loot shop with power,  hoist compressor etc. $800. Susses Rsalty Property Management, Dave Austin 8884298.  ���33c  Over 1500 sq ft store front located  in busy smal plaza oil Hwy tot.  Exc. tor business olfice. Long lerm  lease avail. Newly renovated. Call  Marie or Glen at 866-7018 or  Lome colled 7374081 ttn  300 sg fl oflice space lor rent in  professional building in Gibsons,  on BOO block of Sunshine Coasl  Hwy. Available immed. For further  information contad 885-5736   tfn  Retail/Office space downlown  Sechel, approx. 5000 sq. 8., main  Iloor. Call Marg al NRS Sechelt  Really Ud. for details. 885-2235 ifn  Oceanview lurnished olfice avail.  tor rent by the day�� open to special requirements. Located in  friendly, relaxed Professional  Building in Qibsons Landing. Full  secretarial services 8 receptionist  avail. Call 886-3320 or lax 886-  3270 tfn  Davis Bay/Wlson Creek hal aval-  able. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9663. ttn  Roberts Creek Hal, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. Ifn  1100 sq. ft industrial/commercial  for lease. Wilson Creek. No triple  nel.  1022 Sq II. retail/otfice space.  Sechel Lease hold improvements  negotiable  NRS Sechelt Realty Ud.  ���884083  34  Help Wanted  Young general labourer required  8858889 ��35w  P/T casual clerk, cash register  experience in retail shop in  Sechel 885-5178 f35w  Mature n/s, n/d Iwem housekeeper required. Refs. req'd. Send  resumes to Box 'S' c/o Coast  News, Box 68. Sechel VON 3A0  ��35w  Two part time retail sales clerk  positions now available. 18-20  hrs /wk Computerized P.O.S. and  hardware experience an asset  Apply wih resume Landing Home  Hardware. ��35w  II you are reliable, personable,  physically fit and mechanically  inclined, drop oil a resume at Aero  Services. Wharf Plaza. Sechell.  For an opportunity lo train as a  service person for our company.  Starling wage of $8410 per hour  depending on expeiience. No  phone calls please ��35w  OPERATIONS  MANAGER  tufiittdforapmiintftndtr  HofwurliMigCfltiTt  Ttesra^aRfcttwIdeimifak  experience lit managing, product retain^,  irirtrtoiycortral.astomerservice aid stall  develofKTiert. You ����� be an jnto^al member  dotrmaragemBrtteamaihpeopleand  computer skits. Working \witti siafi vid  customerstoexpanda* marts and  rartaiwmaqeasaamrnrtffca��.  respond in writing to:  Recruiting Officer  c/o P.O. Box 59  Madeira Park, BC VON 2H0  Teacher requires morning help lor  her 2 school age children in  Robeits Creek. $12/hr , 7 am -  10:30 am, 5 days/wk. 865-0323.  Rels. - ��35c  Part time clerk, nights. Village  Store Phone Moi 886-3520. *35c  Reliable, self-motivated hairstylist  lor busy salon. No clientele  required. Chair rental basis. 886-  2121. ��35c  Rapid growing company needs fO  motivated people to establish  company on Coast. Phone lor  appt. 8854565 ��34w  Part time chambermaid req'd, p/t  receptionist, suit, for student,  leave resume at Cozy Court Motel,  Sechel, 885-9314 ��34w  35. Business and  Home Services  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroofing and repairs, our specialty. For a FREE estimate call Al,  885-1269. ��35w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  dually home builder, forms, framing, finishing, decks, renovations,  cal Drew. 885-4557. ��38w  AU CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doors, windows, bathrooms. Renovation, re-rooting, siding, painting. 20 years experience,  reasonable rales. Norman 885-  9715. #35w  Homepack Moving, 5-ton truck ��� 2  experienced men, $50/hour  Insured, bonded, equipped. Local,  Vancouver Island. Empty van to I  Calgary, Edmonton; Kelowna and i  Kamloops. 683-5052. .���  ��3c .  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repair and renovations. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dan 886-  3064. ��35w  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping between mainland 3 Sunshine Coast. Construclion 8 agriculture supply our specially. 686-7774.  DUMP RUNS  Will remove anything, anywhere,  anytime. 886-7774. ��35w  I00%orgwwous  *r  split plan  ��� top notch location  ��� sure fire training  Mcktoach  CMftaMeRuKy"  MS-OSOS  TIXW-AY  Mobile Mlllworks Ltd.  Cttittm Sememe)  am tlla  Dean 885-4794  R 8 BTREE SERVICE  Let the sunshine in! Spiral pruning,  thinning, topping, danger tree  removal. Reasonable rates. Free  estimates. Fully insured. 885-  9190. 835c  COASTAL CONSTRUCTION  Framing, linishing, renovations,  DEC-K-ING, vinyl decking, aluminum railing. 8860784.     *35c  Garden accents 3 playground,  specializing in outdoor desgn, call  Andre 885-5807 ��34w  Landscaping 8 gardening work lor  or with you. Refs 6 pidures avail.  886-2078 ��34w  In search ol experienced prawn  lisherman lo run 38 It. prawn boat  HOMIOWNUt  HELPLINE  AityM,  oorsitAu 886-4788  888-7484  Mtc  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel. Hallmoon  Bay, now hiring stall lor the tall  season in al depts Send or drop  oft resume at Lord Jim's Resort  Hotel. ��34w  P/T 3 day/wk position for ECE  qualified person at Teddy Bear  Day Caie. 885-2721 tor information ��34c  Established marina in Secret Cove  is seeking to till p/t sec/oflice  admin, posilion. Duties include  postal clerk, cashier, reception,  merchandising. All applicants musl  have good communication skills.  Resume required 865-7888 ��33w  Temporary bookkeeper must have  AccPac 60 experience 8 abity lo  train staff. Call Sunshine Coasl  Employment Agency 883-2162 Ifn  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  proudly announces its first  anniversary Fully bondable References available. For rates and  information, call 886-4660. Look  tor specials coming in September   W5c  BUILT RIGHT  FENCES AND DECKS  Free estimales, seniors discount.  886-2296 ��34c  ROT REPAIR SPECIALISTS  Outbuilding, addition, renovation.  Structure inspection 8 documentation. 8654070 ��33w  TRADITIONAL DECORATING  Paint ���Wallpaper  866 3425  Ifns Coast News, August 15,1994  15  35. Business & I 36. Work Wanted  Home Services   I  38. Business I 38. Business  Opportunities Opportunities  J8LFIBREGLASS8VINYL  Sundecks, carports 8 balconies.  Bull lo sul or upgraded. Free estimates. Quality work. 733-7257,  cell 377-5564. #330  ?        2        \  I Brothers \  Construction  Good Qualify  Cedar Fencing  Chain Link  Lawn Care Services  CALL  Carey 885-0942  Richard 885-1079  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors - supplied, laid, sanded  6 linished. Old floors - re-sanded  6 re-finished. Lyle Hayter Floors  Ud. 665-7833 ��36c  Carpenter of 15 years. Renovations  6 new conslruction. Seniors discounts. Ron. 896-9894        ��34w  DRYWALLTAPER  "Save Moneyl" You board, I'll tape ���  15 yrs. experience. Qualily service.  685-5564. ��5w  Gardener, handyman will house si  over winter months. Relerences.  666-2078 #34w  EXPERIENCED CLEANING LADY  Trustworthy, thorough, mature, own  supplies. Good references. $8.25  hr. Sechel, w & central area only.  685-9108 ��34c  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  fobs, quick, Iriendly service, 885-  9694.1-9750147 toll free pager.  ���37w  Hoi dog vending business, BBQ  style. 686-0317. ��35c  I earn $200 a day. Spare lime  Irom home. You can too! Call 24  hr recorded msg. lor details. 604-  360-7906 ��33w  Aluminum railing 6 vinyl sundeck  business, earnings of $160,000  easily possible ml this proven, successful system for Sunshine  Coast. Complete operation  includes tools, equipment, supplies, Iraining 8 promotions 8 can  be operated from home. All for  only $9,500. Phone Mr. Clayton:  Vane. 1-522-7238 ��33c  VERSATILE TRACTOR Co.  ir Excavator  * Bobcat wilh Landscape Rake  it Fencing & L-.i Escaping  L  Dan Plows  . 886-2485  rjfc  BOB'S PAINTING  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship: satisfaction guaranleed. Free estimales  Bob. 865-4804 ��33c  Door Pre-Hang  Service  ��� Sales, Repairs* Installation  of Wood, Metal  * French Doois  ��� Door Utes to brighten  your entrance  ��� We do custom sizes  [SUNCO 885-88891  tC   /I  wW  mm  WH  PRESSURE  /''ii  WASHING  f ��.*���/  BOATS, RVs/  ��� 11./  DECKS 8 /.  SIDING  / ,  ,W  -tJ YARD  /    -*     ^Ai  V ATTIC 8  KsS&J&^  BASEMENT  tv/r&^  CLEAN-UP  Caii for FREE Estimate  886-3309  RRX2 S10 C4 Gibsons. BC VON ivo  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, etc. Will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous sendee. 685-4804     (33c  Rubbish removal 885-4708.  Senior discount. ��33w  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, finishing, refinishing.  Free estimates. 885-064)    ��5w  VILLAGE OFFICE  EXTENSION  makj our office your office  Full Secretarial Services  Answering Service,  Word Processing.  Bookerping, Public Fax,  Photocopying A more...  All work handled by  Village Office Exterulon  (���JWMIPtF1 onfldenU.1.  llie services performed  In our office are kept on  file for your convenience,  or we can send you one  of our insured temporary  stiff to assist or relieve  in your office.  Wire only o pfiene call auioi....  721 Winn Rd, Olbaona  886-3320  Used motors 3 trans supplied and  installed. 885-4708 *33w  DEVCO POWER WASHING  Al types ol siding, gutters, window  cleaning, patios, decks, concrete  driveways, boats, RVs, etc. 886-  0069. ��33w  HORIZON CLASS  LIMITED  rmidi-ntial filling  Over 20 y r��r I expertise  Competitive, prompt service  CaUUMISS  BARRY'S  WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE  Metal 3 vinyl siding cleaned, gutters cleaned ki 3 out. 886-3277.  ���34c  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden 3 Chain Link  Decks 3 Porches  Cal after 6pm 888-2215 Bob tfns  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 686-0380,886-  0684eves. tfn  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  No smoke, No Chimney!  Dealer for Jamestown  Envinsfirr, Tempest  Avent  CAUMMIU  OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS  Distributors wanted, small investment required. Unlimited potential.  Call 885-3245 or 8854816   #33c  Notice Is hereby given that the  slorage lol held by Len Wray's  Transfer Ltd., Box t66,1052 Highway 101, Gibsons, BC in the name  ol Michelle Slrlegan will be sold al  a public sale lor debts outstanding  and cost ol sale within 30 days ol  Ihe second appearance of this  nolice at a location designated by  Len Wray's Transler Ltd.     #33w  in the hand is worth  more than a garage  full of junk."  Tojjlgce your add ,call  885-3930 or 886-2622  Just  moved?  t  Bride  to he?  New Baby? **  Sechell luth 885 5847    ^/ELCOME^pfr  Call us for ,^____  your FREE Gibsons ��� Carole 886-3682  gifts & Secheh (bailies only)  n/ormaUom. ___* 885-3580  r \Vagon  f f Since 1930  HITACHI EX80 EXCAVATOR  FOR HIRE  Experienced operator, reasonable  rates. Glen, 883-9025        *33w  Journeyman carpenter w/good  knowledge ol other trades, sell-  empl. as small gen. contractor lor  12 yrs, seeks a perm, p/t job, not  nee. in constr. 885-7305, 731-  7837, colled. ��33c  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water lanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Cal Paul 886-9420 ��39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yard maintenance, rotolilling, odd  jobs. 885-3917. Ifns  Gardening, gas weedealer, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999 *35c  Overnight care to elderly or children, references, bondable. 886-  9879. ��35w  House cleaning and house silting,  relerences, bondable. 886-9879.  ���35w  37. Child Care  Reliable sitter req'd lor 2 children  (7 8 4) in my home. Musl have  own vehicle. Early morning. Refs  req'd. 886-9112 alter 5.       I35w  Langdale Day Can  Quality licenced family daycare.  Bright, well equipped w/qualified  supervision. Also taking registration for fai. 886-7648. *36c  Exp. childcare giver in my heme.  Alter school only. Close lo school  bus stop. Have relerences. Phone  after Spm, 886-0613. *35c  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre has l/l 8 p/t openings lor  Sept 885-5607 to register   ��34w  Child care aval, f/t or p/t. Experienced w/exc. refs. Redrooffs area  885-8805 *34w  Spaces avail in Sept, at Teddy  Bear Day Care lor children 2 t/2  to 6 yrs., school age 6-12 yrs. 885-  2721 lor inlormation. ��34c  Mother of one would like to look  after 2 children, f/t, mine or your  home 865-0583 #33c  Childcare available in my bright  Langdale hom. Shiltworkers ok,  lots to do inside/out. TLC. first aid.  Refs aval. 886-4053 ��33c  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children nourish in a nurturing  Independent School. Parents haw  meaningful involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup-Grade5  L'teolo Passe-Partout  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  Now taking registrations lor September, 1994. 885-5363. 886-  9074 ��34c  OUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  Ws look at all jobs big or small.  For prompt, qualily work at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 835-3372 or 885-718*. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109  ttn  LAWN8 GARDEN  Fruit Iree pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Call 886-0180. tfn  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Fraa estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. tin  Home-based business mom  needs enthusiastic, creative individual to care for two energetic ks  (boy 8. girl 9| IN MY HOME. Must  have a reliable vehicle. 20 hrs a  week / 38/hr. Wed-Sat. summer  am 3 after school form Sept 68C-  8918 *34w  38. Business  Opportunities  Complete daycare 8 equipment  lor sale. 686-3295. ��35w  743 Bobcat, 909 backhoe, TK8U  trailer, 1991 1-ton Ford diesell  dump. Take over business. 883-  9887. ��35w  8200-3500 Weeklyl Assemble  products at home. Easy! No selling! Direct payment. Fully guaranteed. No experience necessary.  Call 24 hrs 1-504-641-7778 ext.  208. #34c  MONDAY, AUGUST 15,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Development Services Committee  Thursday, August 18th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, August 18th to follow Development Services  Regular Board  Thursday, August 25th at 7:30 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  PENDER HARBOUR LANDFILL  NEW SUMMER HOURS  Beginning the week of August 21.1994  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday to Monday  10:OOa.m. to 2:00 p.m.  CLOSED ALL DAY  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7 -10 a.m.  NOTE; NO SPRINKI INC EVENINGS  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7 -10 a.m.  NOTF: NO SPRINKI INC. EVENINGS  *  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is  Permitted  ATTENTION: 'PLEASE TURN OFF  , ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT '  OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  RECYCLE - GYPSUM WALLBOARD  Gypsum Waste is 100% Recyclable! The Sechelt and Pender Harbour  Landfills will soon be taking gypsum waste to New West Gypsum for  recycling.  Why Recycle Gypsum?  Landfilled gypsum can produce sulphide which leaches into ground  water, or hydrogen sulphide, a foul smelling gas which can create a  health hazard. Gypsum also requires a lot of space. Approximately 2%  of waste generated on the Sunshine Coast is gypsum wallboard. By  redirecting this material for recycling, we are able to protect the  environment and conserve landfill space in order to extend the active  life of our landfill sites.  Acceptable Gypsum?  ��� CLEAN gypsum board ONLY (from new construction or demolition)  The following materials are prohibited:  - gypsum associated with asbestos  - vinyl wall coverings  - drywaller joint filler cartons and pails  - vapour barrier material  - metal or plastic corner trim  - styrofoam, plastics, or other contaminants  Fees  Landfill fees for waste gypsum are under review and will be increased  soon to cover recycling costs.  For more information, call Cathy Kenny, Solid Waste Management  Coordinator at 885-2261.  SCRAPS NOW ACCEPTING  MAGAZINES FOR RECYCLING  SCRAPS recycling depots (Gibsons &  Sechelt) are now accepting magazines.  Magazines must be shiny throughout.  Catalogues are okay. If you are unsure, ask  the depot attendant for help.  Topsoil screens (4' x 8') are available from  SCRAPS Gibsons depot for $10 each. These  are heavy wire mesh of T/2* or 1" size.  FUN ON THE 101! UPDATE  1994  SUMMER  RECREATION  PROGRAM  MADHATTERS TRAVELLING TEA PARTY  VISITS-MADEIRA PARK  Aug22-26, 12:30-3:30, Mon-Fri  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY CENTRE  (Madeira Park Road, Madeira Park)  Cost: $2.00/day or FREE with the Fun on the 101! pass  CONNOR PARK PLAYSITE  8108 NORTHWOOD ROAD, HALFMOON BAY  LAST DAY AUGUST 19,1994  (There will be no program for the week of Aug. 22-26)  |OIN US AT OUR OTHER 4 SITES UNTIL AUGUST 26  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 885-2261  SUNSHINE COAST RECREATION COMMISSION  ROLLER HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  SAT. AUGUST 20  GIBSONS YOUTH CENTRE, GIBSONS  START TIME - 9AM  COST S2.00/PLAYER  NO TEAM? NO PROBLEM!  WE'LL PUT YOU ON A TEAM - JUST CALL US  FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION CALL:  SUNSHINE COAST RECREATION COMMISSION - 885-2261  OR  GIBSONS YOUTH CENTRE - 886-0496  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 885-2261  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  ___________  ________________  ________!_____________ 16  Coast News, August 15, 1994  Gibsons  shooters  continue  to excel  by Ian Cobb  They may be small in number  and from a small town, but  they're earning Ihe attention of  shooters from around the  province anil nation.  Allan and David Harding,  Ryan Kangas and Katrina  Haerlhe of ihe Gibsons Wildlife  Club have heen bang on in recent  shoots, earning a harvest of  medals and earning spots on  provincial and national teams.  Allan Harding, 19, shot his  way on to the 1995 Canadian  National Shooting Team by winning the Canadian Junior Shooting Championship Aug. 16  through 22 al Trois Rivieres,  Que.  The junior crown and the fact  Harding finished in the top eight  of all shooters (senior and junior)  during the meet cemented his  place on the team.  Harding also finished the  nationals with a gold medal in  the Air Pistol event and teamed  up with Williams Lake resident  Nick Webber to score a gold  medal in the junior/senior combined shoot.  While he was scoring big out  East, his teammates were earning  their own rewards in Kelowna  during the BC Games. "The kids  from the Sunshine Coast did really well," assessed coach Karl  Haerlhe. "We've been cleaning  up every where we go."  Ryan Kangas and David  Harding combined to win a gold  medal in the Team Event Air Pistol shoot, while Kangas bagged a  minor ball  The Gibsons All-Stars bantam baseball team is off to  Chilliwack to defend their  provincial championship title.  The All-Stars batted their  way through the Lower Mainland Zone to qualify for the  four-day toumey up the Fraser  Valley.  Victories over Ladner (9-3),  Burnaby (14-0) and Abbotsford  (9-6), earned the Sunshine  Coast squad the right to return  to the provincials.  The games in the zone finals  were closer than the scores  indicate, said coach Gary Johnson.  For instance, the Burnaby  game was tied nil-nil going into  the sixth inning before Gibsons  uncorked their offence.  "They're looking good,"  remarked Johnson of his squad.  The same team, in name and  the area they're representing,  that won the provincial title last  year in Vernon.  "It's a lot younger group  lhan last year but we've got  more balance in our pitching  staff," Johnson said of his three  steady starters.  At press time the bantams  were engaged in the 10-team  provincial tourney.  dart points  The second Sunshine Coast  Open Darts Tournament is  scheduled for Sept. 2, 3 and 4  in Gibsons.  The darts facilities in the  hall adjacent to the Royal  Canadian Legion will be used  for these three day events starting Friday evening, Sept. 2 at  7:30 pm with a blind-draw  doubles. The SC Open will see  known players from Texada,  Powell River, Sechelt,  Squamish, Coquitlam, Vancouver and Gibsons in action. The  tournament will be opened by  Mayor Eric Small and Peggy  Small prior to starting time.  Slated for Saturday September 3 are: Ladies Doubles at 11  am and open singles at 11:15  am. followed by Ladies Singles  and Open Doubles in the afternoon.  On Sunday Sept. 4, the  Mixed Triples (2 men/I  woman or 2 women/1 man)  will take place.  For pre-registration call:  886-0506 or fax: 886-8453.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Air pistol shooters Katrina Haerthe (left), Allan Harding (centre) and Ryan Kangas are grabbing a  lot of attention for their shooting skills. Ian Cobb photo  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  gold in the individual event and  Harding snagged the silver.  Katrina Haerthe placed a  respectable fourth in the Air Pistol. The medals continued for the  shooters the next weekend when  Kangas was the junior match  winner and Haerthe was the  junior ladies match winner.  "It's a step toward the Canada  Winter Games in Grand Prairie,  Alberta in February '95," said  coach Haerthe, who will also be  the BC team coach for those  games.  "Half of our talent is sitting  right here in Gibsons," he said.  Haerthe, who is also coach of  the BC Handgun Association,  said that even though the club is  earning more than it's fair share  of rewards on the shooting circuit, the sport is still viewed by  many people with scepticism.  "Our worst enemy is the ignorance of people about handgun  sports," he said.  Three other club members put  in strong showings at the BC  Games with Max Harrison, Jeremy Clement and Dan Burden (all  13-years-old) placed high up in  the small bore rifle shooting  competition.  "They had three months to  prepare for it and for the effort  they put in it was quite remarkable," Haerthe said of the  younger shooter's results.  The Gibsons Wildlife Club  will be accepting new junior  members starting in September  and Haerthe urges people with  any concerns about the sport to  come down and have their fears  ter Brenda's Cuts'n'Curls -3a  886-4805  UNISEX  Cuts ��� Perms Apothecary  Colors ��� Streaks Keri-Silk ��� Sunglitz  Shampoo Sets Ultriance  Evenings by appointment ��� Open Mon-Fri 9-5  i located behind Andy's Restaurant        ���  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system service  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushins  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  In Pender Harbour call Ken Cole 883-9134  Watch this Thursday's  COAST NEWS  ^WEEKENDERS  for our  BACK TO SCHOOL  special section in the centre of our  Sunshine Coast TV Guide  I

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