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Array Legislative Building  farliument Buildings  VICTORIA. B.C.  V8V 1X5  95- 09  Attention:Rod  Cardin  UOASIYNEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  August 22,1994 Volume 48 Issue 34  Band starts ball rolling on Coast rec centre  by Ian Cobb and Darah Hansen  The question of a recreation complex  on the Sunshine Coast might finally be  getting some answers.  Sechelt Indian Band Chief Gary Feschuk, band Cllr. Wesley Jeffries and  members of Ihe public approached the  Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD)  Friday, Aug. 19 asking for support of an  $18 million recreation complex plan.  Feschuk urged SCRD directors to stop  preaching the need for a recreation facility on the Coast and get on with doing  something about it.  "We're fooling the public into believing we're doing something but we're  not," Feschuk said.  "We have to stop giving the public lip  service and put some action into place."  Feschuck said the band submitted a  recreation complex proposal to the  provincially and federally funded Infrastructure Works Program earlier in the  summer. The plans include an outdoor  running track, two soccer fields, two ball  diamonds, a cultural centre, two sheets of  ice ��� one featuring 1,500 seating capacity, a full-length swimming pool, childrens  pool, seniors centre, youth centre and two  racketbal l/squash courts. The hand said  the project is to serve Ihe entire Coast,  not just for the Sechelt Indian Band members and people who live close by.  Peter Cech, manager with the infrastructure program, confirmed the government has received the band's proposal,  adding it is still in the "approval" phase.  Cech said the Sechelt's proposal  includes a request of up to $12 million in  grant money, enough funding for two-  thirds of the project.  Under the infrastructure program, the  final third of the funding must be supplied by the municipality requesting the  project. The band is hoping to split the  costs ��� totalling $6 million ��� between  the four Coast governments.  Cech declined to comment on what  chance the band had in getting the money,  saying only the department is bombarded  by requests province-wide for funding.  turn to page 2  Sherlock Park officially open  Jean Sherlock (centre) officially drops the ribbon to open Sherlock Park, located between the  Sechelt Seniors Centre and Capilano College's South Campus. The joint Sechelt Rotary Club,  Sechelt Seniors and Capilano College project was made possible through a donation by Jean and  Bert Sherlock. Joel Johnstone photo  Annual allowable  cut under review  by Darah Hansen  The annual allowable cut  (AAC) in the Sunshine Coast  forest district could be chopped  back further pending the conclusion of a timber supply review  currently underway across the  province.  Officials with the Ministry of  Forests confirmed last week the  Sunshine Coast is  among 36 districts  under      review,     ~~~~~~  adding the results  ��� a timber supply  and socio-economic impaci analysis  ��� are due oul in  December of this  year with Ihe new  AAC to be decided  by mid-summer,  1995.  Greg Hemphill, '  Sunshine   Coast  district forest man-  ager, declined to officially comment on Ihe potential impact Ihe  review will have on the district's  AAC.  "1 really don't have a feel one  way or the other," Hemphill  said, adding he felt the Coast  was in a "better position" to  avoid additional cutbacks than  other districts because of reductions made to the AAC in 1993.  Last year, the local forest district was hit with a 24 per cent  reduction in the AAC following  a similar timber supply review.  The reduction ��� the first to be  conducted in the area for 11  years ��� was about double the  average cut made to other  regions, which has hovered  around 12 percent.  The cutback lowered the  allowable cut for the Sunshine  Coast from 1.4 million cubic  metres a year to 1.1 million  cubic metres.  Meanwhile, forestry workers  and environmentalists alike are  questioning the methods used by  the ministry to shape the AAC.  'The accuracy  oftbat  inventory is  very important'  ���Brad Benson  In particular, they question the  accuracy of the limber inventory  on which the ministry bases the  percentage of the cut.  "The accuracy of that inventory is very important," said  Brad Benson of the Tetrahedron  Alliance.  "We don't trust it. The IWA  (logger's union) doesn't trust it.  That's something  we both agree on."  ~������-���        The   problem  stems from the last  review where both  forest     interest  groups charged the  ministry with a  lack of up-to-date  information indicating the state of  the "working forest" on the Coast.  _^_        Linda Williams  with the Tuwanek  Ratepayers Association called the 1992 review a  "theoretical aggregation of  hypothetical volumes" or the  ministry's "best guess."  Williams said the last review  was based on small and very  few samples taken from the  forests and did not calculate  aspects of the resource values ���  including wildlife and recreational use as well as visual  impact ��� beyond the basic timber supply use.  She said If those additional  factors are taken into consideration this time around, the outcome will likely be further cutbacks for the lower Sunshine  Coast.  "The government has been  informed Ihe other resource values are important on the  Coast...we simply can't support  the current rate of cut (in  Sechelt)."  But ministry officials say  they are confident the new timber supply review and subsequent AAC will be based on  more accurate information.  Trailing along with the Sargeant Bay Society  by Ian Cobb  The Sargeant Bay Society is  back in the trail building business ��� thanks to funding from  Human Resources Development  Canada.  The society, a watchdog  group for the Sargeant Bay area  since 1978, recently funded the  creation of a three-fifths of a  kilometre-long hiking and  nature trail along the area's  Colvin Creek, and is now seeking six workers to construct a  two kilometre extension of that  trail to wind up to the park's  Triangle Lake.  "We want to make a real  nature trail ��� hikers only," said  sociely secretary Joop Burgerjon. "We'd like lo keep bikes  out if we can." Burgerjon said  there are "some nice rock out-  croppings, arbutus trees and lots  of other interesling plants"  along an existing trail to Triangle Lake, but Ihe route is essentially an abandoned logging  road.  Before any trail building can  begin, Ihe society and project  manager Michel Frenelte must  pick six workers. The $74,000  project, funded entirely by the  federal government, is designed  to provide work for people having trouble finding jobs.  "It's a development project  so there will be some kind of  educational benefit. The people  working on the trail will know  how to properly build a trail,"  Burgerjon said.  It's a .development  project so there will  be some kind of  educational benefit'  ���Joop Burgerjon  The tough part will be sifting  through the (as of press time) 54  applications of interested workers, Burgerjon said.  For instance, according to  federal guidelines, the work  crew musl have at least one  native Canadian, one female,  one person under the age of 25  and two people who are on  social assistance.  Burgerjon says he's anticipating a tough and interesting  time in finding the people who  will build the trail.  "It will be an interesting  group of people," Burgerjon  noted.  The chosen workers will also  need to "be prepared to - and  capable of - work in the bush."  The project is expected to take  22 weeks (the length of government funding) and work should  begin sometime ihis week.  The (railhead will be located  across Redrooffs Road from the  Sargeant Bay Provincial Park  turnoff (where the yellow posts  are) and will wind up an easy  grade with about 170-metres.  However, the work crew will  face a few obstacles, Burgerjon  said. A set of cliffs at about the  half-way mark on the trail will  present "a problem to get up so  the average person can hike it."  The destination of ihe trail,  Triangle Lake, is what Burgerjon refers to as a "pristine" spol  and is indeed shaped something  like a triangle.  The lake is ringed on all  sides by a sphagnum moss bed  and Burgerjon says the surrounding area is teeming with  plant and wildlife.  Joop Burgerjon nf the Sargent Bay Society.  Ian Cohh photo  RCMP  safety check  setup       0  Executive  apartments  come under  council  scrutiny  Winning raffle  ticket brings  new mountain  Hackett Park Craft  Fair brings  residents and  artistic  endeavours  together  SPCA news  em  mm  mm  mamm Coast News, August 22, 1994  IP  New - Used  Furniture dk Collectable*  W WHARF STREET MARKET  hi Wanted: Stamps & Coins  ISs Open 7 day. a week. 10 -5:30pm ���W*-C*i  ��SV 5500 Wharf Rd. .^Jr^r^*  news  885-6389  ���* .  **rS-e':--  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 99<t  Buy  Trade* Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  183-5710 Teredo StreaL Sechelt 885-2882  "A Rare Musical Treat Cemes  to the Sunshine Coast"  Internationally acclaimed musicians Gilopez  Kabayao, violinist and Corazon Pineda Kabayao,  pianist from the Philippines to perform in concert  Saturday August 27,7:00 p.m.  at  Calvary Baptist Church  711 Park Road; Gibsons, B.C.  This husband-wife duo, well known in the Phillipines have  liven crania lS%M> *IW3^JE��0P*- ^P" kbayao  began his Ulustriwis careei at ap 19 pufgmuig at Carnegie Hall to critical  L I jetton His rare talent proawted jhe Hew York Tipes to say, "Sand/vtkmon  the sap, fopeibkyx itemed to hold the Urge torneg'ie Hill Audience in the  pilm of his tondfmm beginning to end.'  Gilopez has served as Husk Director and Conductor of the Manilla Symphony and  has been honored for his crusade to bring Tine musk to schools even in the  remotest areas of his country.  Corazon contributes her own remarkable artistry as one of her country's leading  pianists. She has performed in concern in four continents during the last 20  years. As outstanding artists and ambassadors of good will, the Kabayaos1  program features a Mend of classical and sacred favorites.  A voluntary offering will be taken. The entire proceeds will go towards a new  church outreach in Hoik) City, Philippines.  Coffee and tea to be served in a reception time following the concert. For further  information call 886-2611 or (86-7712 (evenings)  WBL  in cooperation with  (Scraps, Clayton's & Grips  would like to remind you to  RECYCLE YOUR  OLD 1993  TELEPHONE  DIRECTORIES  it M Wooing 3 loMlioni:  . Gibsons Recycling Dtp*. ��-���"�� SumycfKi Mail  ��� Seen* Recycling Depot al TraH Bey Mall  ��� Pend��H��tx�� Recycling Depot, cm H*t 101 neer Menaciw Ftoad Kimwe  Thi depot! H�� acctpt otlwr lecyeleWet... pleett Ht loi t nil mtm you drop by!  EnquHiiiMMTO   ��  Rec centre plan finds cautious support  from page 1  "We've gol some tough choices to  make... Obviously not everyone is going lo  gel what they want," Cech said.  Meanwhile, directors debated the plans at  Friday's meeting.  SCRD director Jim Gurney said he was  still concerned wilh "how and where" the  recreation complex will be built.  Gurney argued those questions, along  with others concerning how the complex's  operating costs would be paid, needed to be  answered before any real headway in the  project could be gained.  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small said he was  lighting a "dilemma." He said he didn't want  lo see chances for a $12 million complex  passed up but worried, "What if we get il?"  The affordability of operating costs and  how existing facilities ���Pender Harbour  and Gibsons pools and the Sechelt ice rink  ��� will be affected must be explored in  depth, Small said.  Small said he doubted the Coast population "is there yet" ��� referring to finding  agreement on where a facility should go and  how it should be funded.  Sechell Mayor Earl Basse agreed with  Feschuk's comments on Ihe need for the project's expediency. "We have to get our bulls  moving on Ihis."  SCRD chair Peggy Connor also agreed,  noting it's lime "a serious look" was given  the issue.  Following the meeting, all the SCRD  directors, except Eric Small, signed a letter  staling their approval in principle for the  proposal.  Gibsons council has yet to offer ils formal  support in principle. They are scheduled to  hear the proposal in council May 30.  Feschuk said the band will be hosting a  public meeting in September on the subject.  He said all government representatives and  interested people are invited.  Seat belt and  safety spot check  It's those pesky seat belt  laws again.  Constable Colin Cree slows  down another vehicle as he  runs a joint roadcheck for  vehicle safety and to  encourage people  to buckle up.  Joel Johnstone photo  Sechelt pushing to unite local police forces  by Ian Cobb  Sechelt council is asking the  RCMP to consider uniting the  police detachments on the Sunshine Coast.  Citing the economic benefits  of joining the Gibsons and  Sechelt detachments, a letter to  the RCMP from mayor Earl  Basse and council suggests  "storefront" operations be sel up  in either Gibsons or Sechelt and  Pender Harbour wich would be  run from one central detachment  building.  "We are in full support of a  new detachment building for  Sechelt, however, we on the  Sunshine Coast are somewhat  unique in that both the Gibsons  and Sechelt detachments require  new premises," Basse wrote in  his letter to the RCMP's Vancouver sub-division commanding officer.  Why build two new detach  ment buildings when one can be  built and everyone can save  money, he asks.  Both detachment commanding officers (COs)  concurred their  units "desperately"  need new buildings-  .  The four local  governments  (Sechell, Gibsons,  Sunshine    Coast  Regional District  and Sechelt Indian  Government District) are in favour    ______  of the idea, including the setting up of storefront  operations in the three previously mentioned communities,  Basse writes.  "We have not completed any  cost or feasibility studies in Ihis  regard but have run the idea past  the local detachment comman-  'We have not  completed any  cost or  feasibility  studies in this  regard'  -Earl Basse  ders and have received their support."  Sechelt detachment CO Staff  Sgt. Cam Reid said: "I think  there's a good pos-  ""���"~~    sibility it would  work well. With the  advancements in  technology we can  link up and have  storefront operations in other communities."  Gibsons detachment CO Sgt. Rick  Sargent, however,  ______    remained reserved  when asked aboul  the idea. "Obviously, they want  lo look at the most financially  feasible and efficient way to  police Ihe Coast," he said.  Basse maintains a one-  detachment idea "would provide  significant savings in capital  costs and annual maintenance  and operations expenses, and  also provide flexibility to the  detachment commander to more  efficiently deploy personnel."  Reid agreed there could be  possible savings in dispatching  needs and it could "expand our  manpower options." .���������* ���'���  >8 ,Rs$ noted, howoKef, that  efforts to amalgamate the two  units in the pasl have met a  political death because neither  municipality has been willing to  give up ils detachment.  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small  said his town has already  worked out a deal wilh Gibsons  detachment regarding a new  building on Shaw Road.  "We need a new detachment  and we have the land to build  one," he said.  Sechelt is asking the RCMP  to explore the concept and future  talks between the local governments and RCMP are pending.  Softwood tariff ruling favours Canadian interests  It was once called the 'Tariff  of Knotty Hamheads' by an  enraged BC forest industry  owner.  The hated 6.S1 per cent  American tariff on Canadian  softwood exports, which became  officially defunct Aug. 16 thanks  lo an international court ruling,  could mean a cash windfall for  many BC forest industry compa  nies ��� but not necessarily for  coastal operations.  The Americans have been  ordered to refund as much as  $800-million to Canada for the  money collected in exports since  the tariff was enacted in 1992.  Believing Canadian lumber  exports to be subsidized by Ihe  federal and provincial governments, the Americans whacked  Help us celebrate our  A3-     10TH  ANNIVERSARY  and you get the gifts...  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"Coast companies haven't  concentrated on the U.S.," Bell  said, noting companies have  made use of their Pacific Rim  friends, primarily Japan, as well  as exports to Europe and North  Africa.  Companies which will benefit  from the expected windfalls are  located in the Interior because  thev deal with the Americans  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gower Point Road. Gibsons Landing   886-9213   Opm 7 days a week  Serving tht Sunshine Coast 1984   1994   Dean's Security  Helpingyou protect your home and business  We offer you a uniform security guard, lhat patrols your  property on a random schedule, checks doors, windows,  making everything secure.  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Gibsons Mayor Eric Small  agreed there was cause for concern. He said the new bylaw  became necessary after continued calls and notifications to the  building's owners ��� a group of  Canadian businessmen ��� were  ignored.  A report by Roland Seguin,  the town's chief building inspector, reads: "The owners have  allowed the building to become  dilapidated and decayed to the  point where it is affecting the  health, safety and well-being of  the occupants and visitors."  The report notes several safe-  'It's a very sad  situation'  -Ed Steeves  ty and heallh concerns including  missing, broken or rotten  guardrails in the stairwells, missing smoke detectors in the apartment units, and a decayed roof.  The report recommends a new  roof be installed, with possible  decay to the building's main  structure replaced at the same  time.  _____ Currently, the  roof is too soft to  allow firefighters  safe access if it  were needed during  an emergency.  An inspection by  fire inspector Dale       Boghean conducted      May 5,1994 backed  the   findings   of  Seguin's report.  Small said the purpose of the  bylaw is too speed up the  upgrading of the building. He  declined to estimate how much  repairs might cost.  Last monlh, several occupants  of the building had their hydro  cut off after the building's proprietors failed to pay the hydro  bill.  At that time, a lawyer for the  owners, Michael McBride, said  repairs to the building are forthcoming as soon as they get the  necessary money together.  McBride said the building,  built and purchased around 1978,  has not been a "money-maker"  for its investors, demanding  approximately $5,000 per year  "just to keep it alive."  "We're poor," McBride said,  "We're barely scraping by."  Ill  ���  III  ii  11!  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"It's a strong strike vote,"  admitted Sunshine Coast International Forest Products general  manager Mike Bell. "It's showing their membership is behind  them."  However, a strike among the  logging, sawmill and plywood  workers in the province could  result in staggering problems in  the immediate and in the future,  he said.  "It's a difficult situation  because the industry has done  really well (in 1993 and so far in  1994) but you have to look at  the previous years and the losses  then," said.  Union representatives are  demanding increased wages and  increased job security.  The fact that the industry is  doing well is more reason to  share the wealth, said IWA  Local 1-71 President Murray  Cantelon.  "The executives have been  voting (themselves) raises in the  area of 100 per cent," he said.  Yet, money isn't the only  bone of contention, Cantelon  said.  "Money is only part of Ihe  equation. We want assurance  that union workers will retain  jobs."  One thing both sides have in  common is they don't want a  strike to happen.  "The IWA committee is  negotiating on the basis that we  can achieve a fair settlement  without strike action," Stoney  said.  A strike would have "negative impacts" on the stability of  the forest industry, already  besieged by new government  legislation (BC Forest Practices  Code), timber supply area cuts  and other cuts, Bell said.  "The markets are quite good  right now," he said, but a strike  could seriously harm investor  and customer confidence.  Increased costs in business  operations, debts incurred during the late '80s and early '90s  and the Forest Practices Code  are making the industry more  and more expensive, Bell said.  "We don't want to get to a  situation where we will price  ourselves out of the market."  Meetings between the union  and the industry are ongoing.  Ferries finds funds for phase II of Gibsons bypass  by Jane Seyd  The on-again off-again Gibsons highway bypass is on again  this week.  Recently, BC Ferries turned  down immediate funding for a  part of the Langdale ferry terminal expansion which ties in with  the bypass.  But after finding out the  headaches this was creating for  the highways ministry, the  crown corporation apparently  changed its mind.  An overflow parking area ���  meant to contain all cars heading  to the ferry - will now be included once again in the first stage  RCMP investigate  gun-related death  A fatal incident involving a rifle unfolded in a quiet rural neighbourhood near Gibsons over the weekend.  Police were ailed to a borne at 80S Payne Road at approximately 2 pm Sunday afternoon.  At least one body was removed from the home by stretcher and  taken away by ambulance. *  No further details about the incident were available by press  time Sunday.  of the terminal expansion.  Work on the second phase of  the Gibsons bypass is expected  to go to tender Aug. 29.  Leah Martell, highways project manager, said he heard from  the regional director the project  was on again.  Last week, no one was saying  courtnotes  exactly how the earlier decision  got changed.  "My guess is the board was  not fully aware the impact their  decision had," said Sunshine  Coast MLA Gordon Wilson.  Wilson spoke to BC Ferries  President Frank Rhodes last  week aboul Ihe problem.  Assault  A trial date of Feb. 10, 1995  in BC Supreme Court has been  set for a 27-year-old Gibsons  man charged with assault. Donald James Cairns faces one  charge of common assault and  two counts of assault with a  weapon. The charges stem from  an Incident in March in which  three victims were allegedly  assaulted.  Two of the victims were  allegedly hit with a baseball bat.  Assault  Sheldon Marcel Jeffries, 20,  of Sechelt was found guilty in  provincial court Aug. 9 of two  counts of common assault. 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Aurora  - Subdivision  ���0  21  21  or  Load  ���Cathi  ���Ft  ��� Heated Dt  ��� 2Gasl  ���Jacuz  Pric  Chi  m\_           fl  off North Road  -Jew View Homes  100 & 2050 SqFt  i 7600+SqFt lots  ed with extras like...  dral Ceilings ��� 3 Bathrooms ���  imily Rooms off Kitchens ���  mble Garages ��� Open Staircases ���  ^replaces ��� .Landscaped Yards ���  zi Soaker Tubs ��� etc. etc. etc....  ed from $230's  ?cft these homes for  luality & Value  COURTESY TO AQEMTS  t    TWIN OAKS  DEVELOPMENT CORP.  PHONE 886-4680 - FAX 886-4623  wee  __________mm  wm Coast News, August 22, 1994  opinion  Focusing on the  whole Coast  when thinking  recreation  Carpe diem for crying out loud!  Ladies and gentlemen, someone has just stepped forward  with the initiative and plans to construct a multi-use recreational facility on the Sunshine Coast.  It's an SlS-million facility and it could be $10 to 12-mil-  lion closer to happening thanks to the efforts of Sechelt Indian  Government District (SIGD) in garnering federal and provincial government booty.  Off we go ��� damn the torpedoes! Build away!  The need for such a facility is unarguable. Our growth rale,  our current population, our isolation...  To give the majority of Coast politicians credit, they're  keen on hearing what the SIGD has to say and are willing to  talk further.  However, the task ahead of us is complicated indeed. We as  a community are going to have to be convinced that having a  recreration complex in Sechelt is a good thing.  Why should a rec-complex be built in Sechelt? Gibsonsites  and Harbour-folk will ask.  Simple ��� it's pure logic. Sechelt is the Coast's most central and largest community.  Cast yourself ahead ten years and Sechelt could begin  infringing on city status. Surely, the Coast's city should hold  the Coast's main sports facility.  With one government talks scheduled for September, the  issue of where a recreation complex is located could be a  strong indicator of where one government will go.  If we can cast our regionalism aside and a rec-centre can be  had ��� our way of life picks up on the Coast, many more kids  will have something to do with their time and, much to the  delight of the tourism business, there's a landmark facility to  boast about.  Sure it's better for folks in Sechelt, but that's the way it  goes.  We're known as the Sunshine Coast so let's be the Sunshine Coast and let's allow those willing to contribute to our  betterment.  Carpe Diem!  Successful tea a sad  reminder of lost  tourism potential  A tip of the hat to the Sunshine Coast Maritime History  Society folks for the colourful and classy tea Saturday afternoon.  Molly's Reach, speaking of landmark places, was one happening spot.  Ah, it is such a shame we've painted ourselves into a corner with our rules and forced Molly's Reach to live such a  quiet life.  The tourists were lapping it up Saturday, wandering in and  out and upping Kodak stock by the minute. Lower Gibsons  felt alive with the the old building acting as a gathering spot  for everyone in shorts and sandals, clutching shopping bags  and smiling.  If only the Reach were open all the time, or at least on the  weekends...  "If it's Tuesday, we must be in Gibsons..."  Cr  *~^,Z\^'rJ$%     *  rSi*  A'   ~>  35LA<J^!lL3  letters  Block parents  The Gibsons Block Parent  Program has started with 46  Block Parents in the community.  It is a good beginning and would  not have been possible if I had  not had the help and support of  many organizations and people  in Ihe community.  The first thank you musl go to  the Gibsons RCMP. Without  their enthusiasm for the Block  Parent Program and the work  they put in to approve the applications we would not have a program.  I have some good people who  volunteered to help get the program started. They were there to  listen to my ideas and contribute  theirs, they boosted my moral  when the whole project seemed-;  so overwhelming, they helped to I  advertise, they helped arrange  distribution of applications and  the education of the children in  the schools and they will be there  to help distribute signs and help  monitor the Block Parents in the  community.  They have given their time  and their support and I want to  THANK Phyllis Dorst, Carol  Dunsford, Rosina Slack, Karen  Webb, Susan Duxbury, Lynn  Ujvary, and Megan Ware.  The businesses and organizations I approached for support  were very receptive and it is their  contributions that help make our  efforts succeed. Thank you to  Sunco Printing and Stationery  for the classroom posters, the  Town of Gibsons for the town  map, Gibsons Building Supplies  for the materials to build a lost  and found booth for community  events, the financial support of  School District 46, Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper, the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (who  also contributed maps), and the  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons (who  also donated the use of their  hall).  Thank you to Langdale Elementary School, Gibsons Elementary School, Cedar Grove  School and Elphinstone Secondary School. The support of  the staff and PAC's for the Block  Parent Program was overwhelming.  They helped in so many ways  to get the program started. By  allowing us to come into the elementary schools and tell the children how Block Parents could  help them if they needed it  shows they care for our children.  Finally I would like to thank  the people who applied to be  Block Parents. You are the people above all else who make the  Block Parent Program work.  Your willingness to be available  to help someone in need is truly  a gift to our community.  A big THANK YOU to the  community from Port Mellon to  Woodcreek Park. It is so nice to  know that people care about  other people. We welcome anyone interested in being a Block  Parent to fill out an application.  To give your support and time  makes our community a safer  place to live.  DIANE KAUEL  Coordinator, Gibsons Block  Parent Program  Like water for gravel  I read Jane Seyd's August 15  article about the effect of our  water shortage on the operation  of Coast Aggregate's gravel pit  with mixed feeling.  I am concerned for the two  holiday relief workers who were  laid off, and hope that they will  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions tor brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Include your name, address and telephone number.  be back to work soon.  I was impressed at the quantity of water used by the operation  in the course of a normal day,  sometimes reaching one million  gallons. It is gratifying to see that  the SCRD has applied limits and  alternative sources are being  sought.  The over-enthusiasm of the  operators seems to have caused  too-rapid expansion of the enterprise to Ihe point where its secondary resources cannot sustain  it in the current setting. It goes  without saying that shared community resources, like water,  should not be depleted because  there is a seemingly inexhaustible supply of raw material.  Finally, I have to mention  what has, for me, been a most  happy side effect of this otherwise unfortunate situation. I can  get to sleep!  Nol having to endure the  clunks, groans and roars of  heavy trucks, with inadequate  mufflers, grinding over the steep  terrain in the wee small hours  has reduced my stress many  orders of magnitude. On many  an early morning at 2 am I have  observed them while forced to  listen from my window. After  all, I couldn't sleep and there  wasn't much else to do but walch  and think bad thoughts about  Construction Aggregates!  When solutions to the water  problem are found, I hope they  will include Ihe elimination of  noisy operations, while others  are trying to sleep.  JIM HEYWORTH  Sechelt  Bugged by a driving sense of Volkswagen nostalgia  There's a Volkswagen bug for sale up the hill in  Gibsons. It's orange and black and in want of a  good home.  Every lime I drive by it, in my soul-less Plymouth, I reach for my cheque book and wish il  were mine. But, wilh a sigh, I drive by without  slopping day afler day, thinking back to the days  when my own driveway was cluttered with an  orange and black bug, a "for sale" sign in its window...  I named her Ginger because that was her  name.. "Ginge" on the good days, "Grrrrrrr" on the  others.  She was mine after years of dreaming of someday possessing my very own Volkswagen Bug.  Not a grand dream, I know, bul one lhal endured  well past my childhood and way beyond the shelf  life of the movie thai originally inspired my passion for the small, round automobile.  My dream included a white beetle, hard lop.  with a "52" painted on ils hood, maybe some racing stripes...and a mind of ils own. Oooh yes.  My reality was a rusted beast ��� a dime store  toy dressed up like car. Oh yes. Not a single racy  stripe. Mine was just a serious little orange car with  teeny, weeny tires and an $800 price tag.  "I'll take it," I said on first sight.  pillow talk  "It's yours," the former owner said, grinning.  "uh...The heater don'l work so good."  The healer worked just fine ��� only it sucked  carbon monoxide directly from the exhaust pipe  and pumped it readily into ihe cockpit every time it  was used.  The windshield wipers unfortunately did not  work ��� at least nol in combination wilh weather  that would dictate Ihe use of windshield wipers ���  and made it uncommonly difficult to drive from  Canmore to Banff, Alberta in the middle of a snow  storm.  Beyond that the radio didn't work, nor the horn,  nor the engine ��� but only if a passenger was seated in the passenger's seat (really, it could have  been any passenger, she wasn't discriminating).  Ginger's gas gauge didn't work either. The little  darah hansen  marker that was supposed to bob up and down with  the level of fluid in its tiny little gas tank never,  ever bobbed once.  It jusl floated, as if suspended in the greeny-  brown fluid locked behind the plastic dial on the  dashboard.  Yes, it was a challenge to drive that baby. I was  never quite certain if I would mike it from poinl A  lo point B ��� and often didn't. But, oh, how I loved  that car.  Besides when you drive a VW you're never  really alone.  If you run out of gas, a VW driver will stop and  take you to a gas station. If your oil cap pops off in  the middle of nowhere and your car suddenly transforms itself into the Exxon Valdez, a convoy of  bugs will be there to fix you up.  It just didn't matter when or where I was or  what kind of trouble my Ginge had gotten herself  into.  Volkswagen aficionados young and old, rich or  poor, near-sighted or far-sighted alike would be  there...come to my aid, beep their horns, wave, or  just ogle at the car's condition.  True bug fans would know how old the car was  by the amount of rust and parts that had been  replaced. They'd know if it were made in Mexico  or Germany or where I could get repairs done.  One elderly German couple, driving a rented  Mercedes Benz, even took pictures of me standing  next to my little car. A Volkswagen bug had been  the first car Ihey had owned after they'd gotten  married back in the 1950s, the lady lold me with a  tear in her eye. As a former owner myself now, I  understand that lady's feelings of nostalgia.  I sold Ginge i couple of years ago to a friend of  mine. I guess I'd driven her one too many times in  Ihe winter. My fingers and toes are slill thawing  out.  She was in the same shape I'd bought her in  when I sold her ��� a little redder from a failed  attempt to cover Ihe ever-spreading rust.  "I'll take her," my friend said eagerly.  "She's yours," I said, grinning, "uh... The heater  don't work so good."  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Nikki Weber presents a nighl wilh  The Rolling Tones  & Guests  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  All proceeds in support of the  Gibsons Landing Revitalization Project  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  Dougal Park, Gibsons  Admission 50C  ��j   kids 12 & under FREE  Saturday  Dinner Theatre  "Driftwood Players" present  "The Parallax Garden"  Tickets available at...  Gibsons...  Branka's Boutique ��� Coast Books  The Landing General Store  Sayward Books, Sunnycrest Mall  ���������*.      Molly's Lane Market  V Sechelt...  iV    Talewind Books  Travel, the sleepscape for a tired soul  There's nothing heller lhan  gelling synapse-lwislingly losl.  I mean gelling really spun  around and then set loose to  uncontrollably flail off inlo  some new horizon and whump  chin first onto a new experience  as spirals of dust curl up from  where your chin whumps and  once il settles you're well and  truly on your way lo a new  inspiration ��� lo a new view.  Travel, it has been said,  makes you a more rounded-out  person.  This is true in the psychological and physical sense. Every  time I've travelled I've returned  home a much plumper person.  Damned cheap prices of  Caribbean rum and what not.  Travel is a time when we  open the windows on our souls  and air out Ihe old ether closet.  We dust off our rechargers and  refuel for Ihe grind before we  can travel again.  I'm not talking aboul hopping on a plane and jaunting off  to exotic locales.  Travel is a much smaller  thing than Ihose planned vacations Ihe average person lakes  about six or seven limes in their  life.  You know, the one to Disneyland with the fam, the  Hawaii debacle, the Caribbean  cruise, Ihe Mexican beach blistering, the European grime and  ruin of the drive-by sort, the  Hong Kong blunder and the  in the middle  Australian summer before the  reaper's knocking at your tent  flap.  Realistically speaking, a  hoofing to the corner store for  milk is categorized as a trip.  But, what I'm steering  lowards is a weekend away is  enough to recharge the old body  ��� thai damned burdensome  sack of watery electrically  charged plasma we're encumbered with during our frightfully  pitiful and shallow trundlings  across time.  Some guy called Christopher  Fry once penned, "I travel light;  as light, that is, as a man can  travel who will still carry his  body around because of its sentimental value."  Once we're able to disentangle ourselves from the web of  our regular blitherings, we're  immediately washed with a  fresh salve of new thoughts.  The brain, stimulated by the  fact it need not compute such  things as "if I spend money on  that nippy-chilly looking case of  Ian cobb  beer, will my wife stove my  lobes in while I'm sleeping it  off?" Nope ��� the brain will  leap up and happily order your  hands to immediately and firmly  grab that nippy-chilly looking  case o'throat lubes and dish Ihe  demanded financial exchange  out and then bolt for a clime in  which consumption would be  most appreciated.  The wisest travel is travel in  which we spend without thinking. This also explains why people visiting somewhere else on a  weekend tend to be a bit dazed  and confused. When you see  some poor soul lurching about  with wanton careless abandon,  remember, you've been ihere  too!  Come on, remember that  time in Seattle when you drove  over a planter while you were  scanning a motel sign for such  lutings as 'movie channel, each  room stocked with complimentary bar���this week's feature,  the Greek Maze', or the ever  attractive offer, 'a free bath cap  wilh each nighl you stay.'  Hey, your brain needs lo be  switched off now and then, like  that time you made a fool of  yourself in that lounge in Reno  when you rifled olives at a  pianist and ordered him in your  best John Wayne (as done by  Don Knotts) voice, "Well Ihere  little sisler, I think you better  play...FASTER-PLAY  FASTER hahahahahaha..." At  least the state trooper was rational and the fine wasn't too  severe.  When you finally got home  and picked up where you left  off, barely hanging onto the  slippery vine; that proliferate  along the trails of your own special sociological jungle, you felt  rejuvenated.  The vine ilidn't slip as easily  and months'passed by before  you started feeling the drag and  the inevitable effects of gravity  on your energy pulse.  Questions are answered���  confusions are untangled���  decisions are made ��� credit  card companies come knocking.  "A man travels the world in  search of what he needs and  returns home to find it," said  some guy named George Moore  who's in my book of famous  and somewhat dated quotations.  Indeed. Summer and travel.  The recharging of the soul for  the long winter ahead.  Now, if only the abrasions on  my chin would heal up.  Utters  Watch this paper for more details  Election thanks  The recent election in the  West Howe Sound Area for a  replacement for Tony Laver has  been an interesting exercise for  someone who has never made  himself available for public office  other than in a volunteer capacity.  It has been an insight into just  who the stakeholders are, their  concerns, their priorities and particularly how they feel about  local government.  May I take this opportunity to  thank them for supporting both  my goals as an area resident, and  that of the Library Board which  represents the whole Lower  Coast. Particularly the numbers  who offered me support and,  without any particular organization, saw fit to vote accordingly.  And thanks, too, to John  McNevin, who ran with the best  of intention for our area and who  was fair to the end and who maintained his sense of humour.  With full knowledge that one  cannot be all things to all people,  may I work for Ihe best interests  of the whole of West Howe  Sound and all of the Sunshine  Coast, and may the electors who  came out be satisfied with the  result. And finally, West Howe  Sound has lost a fine, dedicated  servant with the resignation of  Tony Laver. He is a big man with  appropriately large feet... his  boots will be hard to fill.  ERIC R. CARDINALL  Ambassador lament  I am writing in response to the  article, found in your paper sometime ago, regarding the Gibsons  Ambassador Program. Because I  am directly involved with this  program, I was a contestant and  became Gibsons 1st Deputy, I felt  that it was my place to tell you  exactly what it is that we did over  those five months.  First of all, as a group, we did  Toastmasters. This eight week  program consisted of activities  relating to public speaking. In  those eight weeks, we took what  is called the Youth Leadership  Program, and learned everything  from government procedures to  prepared speeches. It was a very  rewarding experience that gave  us, the contestants, self-confidence and the initiative to go on  stage and say a few words at  important events.  We also attended a Superhost  20% OFF  New Fall Stock  $10 OFF  Jeans  Chico'  CASUAL WE AP LTD.  SUNNYCREST MALL  GIBSONS  (604) 886-3080  program and a travel counselling  course. We learned about tourism  in BC, and the importance of it to  our economy. With the skills  learned in this program we now  have the opportunity, and the  qualifications, to work in almost  any tourism place within BC.  Not only did we learn things  about our community, and our  province, through the ambassador  program but we learned a lot  about ourselves. We learned that  we are capable of doing anything  we want to do in life. We learned  what true friendships were about,  and what it feels like to truly have  people loving, trusting, and supporting you. We all felt that love  and suppon, and people told us  that they could see it when they  were around us. To me, this is  really the most important part of  the ambassador program.  Beauty and talent are definitely the last things on the judges  minds when making a decision.  By the time the decision has been  made, the judges had met with us,  talked to us, learned about us as  individuals and as a group, and  had even read reports written by  us. They judged us on confidence, communication skills, personality, and all the other great  things you will find inside of a  person once you get to know  Ihem. The only beauty judged  here was inner beauty, and in a  person, that is what counts the  most.  I find it funny that the only  people saying bad things aboul  the program are those not  involved in il. They are not one of  our wonderful volunteers, our  great sponsors, or even attended  any of our events. We held car-  washes, put on a fashion show,  and then the pageant night itself  was a great success. If you have  any doubts about what this program truly is ask one of us, one of  our coordinators, our sponsors,  even the judges, because comparing us to i wel t-shirt conlesl was  unfair and a little bit far fetched.  What does putting on white I-  shirts, wetting Ihem down, and  showing your breasts, have anything to do with learning some of  the fundamentals of life, such as  friendship? So please, before  ICBCAUTOPLANMOTOR VEHICLE  Efficient friendly service by  Trained I.C.B.C. & Motor Vehicle Staff  ICBC Vehicle Transfer Registration & Insurance  Special. Coverages Drivers Licenses  Temporary Permits Learners Drivers Licenses  Violation Disputes Violation Payments  PHOTO COPIES  Monday to Friday 9:00 - 4:30 Saturday 9:00 -12:30  Ample parking across from the post office in lower Qibsons  TOWN OF GIBSONS APPOINTED MOTOR LICENSE OFFICE  718 WINN RD.  PHONE: 886-3379  FAX: 886-0220  passing judgement, get involved  and research what you are about  to print before you pass it on to  your readers. Otherwise you are  going to end up giving other, who  are not involved, the wrong  impression as well.  I would like lo take this opportunity to thank all those in the  community who have helped us  out, and who were there when  needed. Most importantly, I  would like to thank Suzanne and  Barb, our coordinators, for all  they did for us.  SOMMER BELANGER  Gibsons 1st Deputy  Humming along  Ruth Forrester, who writes the  "Halfmoon Happenings" column  in the Coasl News, advised her  readers in her August 15 column  to take in their hummingbird  feeders. If they don't, the hummingbirds will hang around the  feeder, miss the flight south, and  starve to death in the BC winter.  Along with Ruth Forrester, I  believed that it was an established  fact that if you fed hummingbirds  in the late summer and fall you  were harming, not helping, the  birds. Apparently this is not true.  John Morton of Wild Birds  Nature Shop in Vancouver has  this to say about hummingbirds  and feeders in a letter published  in the Vancouver Sun: "Your  Aug. 10 article 'Bird Brains, huh?  Try humming a brighter, sweeter  tune', suggests that it is time to  stop feeding hummingbirds. This  is at odds with advice from the  Cornell laboratory of orthinology,  the University of Arizona and our  own experience here in Vancouver.  "The migration instinct in  hummingbirds is triggered by the  length of daylight and not by the  availability of food. Feeding  'hummers' will not keep them  from heading south, and in the  case of rufous hummingbirds en  route from Alaska, will help them  'gas up' for the balance of their  journey.  "In addition to rufous hummingbirds, the Vancouver area  hosts Anna's hummingbirds who  overwinter and breed here in  December/January. Feeding these  beauliful creatures in the colder  weather can increase their  chances for survival.  "Our advice is to keep on  feeding and enjoying these living  jewels. The best feeding solution  is one cup of white sugar to four  cups of water.  "This mixture provides carbohydrates for energy only. Nutrition in the form of minerals, protein and vitamins comes from  small flying insects."  BROCK HANSEN  Halftnoon Bay  a  i :��� t a- ; community  Coast News, August 22,1994  Raffle  winner  Eight-year-old  Karla Haerthe Is  the proud owner  of a shiny new  mountain bike  after winning a  raffle draw held  by the Royal  Bank in  Gibsons.  Bank customer  service manager,  Kevin Shaw,  said the raffle  was in support  of Easter Seals.  The Gibsons  branch raised  $250 for the  charity.  Darah Hansen  pholo  by George Cooper  Question time at the end of Mel Hurtig's  speech (Festival of the Written Arts, Aug. 13)  brought a man, probably retired, to his feet,  "Where are the young people tonight? I don't  see any here to hear these ominous warnings  from the speaker of Canada at the edge of disaster."  A woman stood immediately, "I'm 25  years old. Ever since some of us walked out  of our high school social studies class in  protest of the text being used - it was pure  American propaganda, later withdrawn -  those of us who are the young people of  Canada have been skeptical of the aims of our  politicians and governments, and suspicious  of the traditions handed to us. Believe me,  young people are alert to what goes on in  Canada's affairs. We're watching," was the  gist of her reply. Hearty applause from the  assembly and the speaker.  Was Mel Hurtig's speech a mere political  harangue, or the harsh truth about Canada's  precarious perch on the precipice's edge? For  one thing, nothing will improve, he says, until  Canada rids itself of secret corporate influence on governments. And rids itself of the  practice of huge corporation contributions of  money to election campaigns. The people's  voice can never be heard as long as this influence remains a part of our electoral system,  Hurtig told us.  By Ihe way, did that couple leave part way  through the lecture because they found the  chairs too hard, or because they did not like  Hurtig's declaration that our present prime  minister is following the very policies that put  the former government out of office?  Will we ever bestir ourselves, for a start, to  demand the reform of our electoral system?  Just a rhetorical question, folks.  Jewel  A moving, insightful script no doubt, but  the actor displayed no real depth in her interpretation of the character's feelings. There  was intense drama in the character's situation  - a widow because of a dreadful accident -  bitterness, wistfulness, humourous memories.  She had found a sel-esteem in her marriage  that she had never experienced in childhood  and youth.  But in the Festival presentation of this  play, it became a mechanical recitation. Shallow. Last place in a school elocution competition.  Not at all up to the Festival standard we  have come to expect.  roberls creek  ���     ..i i.' . ii,i i  .-.,   ,,e\<n  ,1 ,, I ,..  ?irii-iti  bin itulotui  ,in.  ���  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  Attention all Creekers! Here  are two opportunities for you to  help in the community and in  the world al large.  You may recycle your 1993  telephone book. These may be  deposited at either of the recycling depots at Trail Bay Mall,  Sechelt or behind Sunnycrest  Mall, Gibsons. Thank you.  Secondly, August is "Spirit  of the Creek" month. Our focus  has been to help with the crisis  in Rwanda. You can assist by  donating your extra change in  any of the cans located in Out of  Time, Gumboot Cafe or the  Roberts Creek Store. All proceeds are being sent directly to  the Red Cross Rwandan Relief  Fund.  Farmer's market  Just a reminder that the  Farmer's Markei is located in  front of the hall every Sunday  (rain or shine... what rain!) from  10 am lo 1 pm. There you will  find a wonderful selection of  organically grown vegetables  and fruits, and some very tempting jams and home baking.  There is also a good selection of  plants and herbs for your garden.  There are only a few more  Sundays left for 1994 so don't  miss out.  Country music singer  Do you remember our 13-  year-old country music singer,  Sarah Norris? If not, let me  remind you. Sarah was busy this  spring competing in the YTV  Vocal Spotlight competition.  Finally after much hard work,  Sarah was advised in early June  that she had been named as one  of the top ten singers in Canada.  She then went on to the second  phase to be evaluated. This  week Sarah received a letter to  advise her that she placed second in Ihis overall National  Competition.  Well done, Sarah!  Although she did not win the  $1,000 and the recording session, she has the wonderful satisfaction of a job well done and  her taped performance will be  shown on YTV.  Early in July Sarah placed  first in the Sechelt Star Search.  She will be competing in the  PNE talent contest. If any  Creekers plan to go to the big  fair, why not plan on attending  on Wednesday, Aug. 31. Sarah  will perform in the Garden  Auditorium at 2 pm.  Let's do our best to support  Sarah as she continues to strive  for the top. Good luck, Sarah!  library news  Health care costs continue to  escalate and many health services are dwindling. Many of us  feel that we could and should  give more thought to self help.  This is where your library can  help. For some, what is loosely  called alternative medicine may  provide answers. The library  suggests such books as Rodale's  Encyclopedia of Natural Home  Remedies, or the guide to Chinese Medicine, Between Heaven  and Earth. Another that  approaches the subject through  the mind is Bernie Siegel's  Peace, Lave and Healing.  Diet can help, as can exercise. Consider The Complete  Book of Diet, Health and Fitness by Gillie, or Lighthearted  Everyday Cooking published by  the Heart and Stroke Foundation  of BC. Two others to consider  would be Walk with John Man,  or Run for Your Life with Arthur  Lydiard.  There are several specialized  books for specific complaints.  The Arthritis Helpbook, Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy,  or End Back Attacks, all by  Charles Templeton and new on  our shelves, or the Family Circle Guide to Stroke are all good  choices.  This is just a small selection  from a large collection. There  are also many books available  discussing mental health of both  individuals and the family  group. So remember, when it  comes to health, your doctor is  your first resource, but the  Creek Library runs a close second.  I liihie's < abaiet  - ^   f ALL REGISTRATION  Friday Ausust 26 5-8  Saturday August 2710-3  At Twilight Theatre (up-stairs)  Recently returned from dance studies at  Stratford Festival Ont. end New York.  Keren It excited to be celebrating  her studio's 10th Anniversary!  CUSSES IN...  Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Flamenco, Musical Thealre and Actina Woitehops.  Competition Wotk and Technique Classes available.  Ages 3 to Adult.  Come enjoy the experience of dance, with  the Sunshine Coast's longest running school!  For more infoimetlon call 886-4732 or 886-9989  Invites you to come and party  with the live music ot  Bring In this coupon ana receive  $2.00 oil ol the covei charge lot  Aug 25. 26. 27  YAMAHA  GENERATORS and WATER PUMPS  now available on the Sunshine Coast  Full range of sizes to suit your needs  Your authorized  YAMAHA POWER PRODUCT Dealer I  Sen-trig the Sunshine Co*~t  Hours QQC  Qi Q7  Tues - Sat 9am ��� 5pm   QQ J"Q I Q /  Coast News Classifieds.  They never stop moving.  Coast News classified ads move cars, homes,  anything. Call 886-2622 or 885-3930  MASON HILLS FEED &. TACK  AtMtLS\i*ttt*tt*ttU\  jy)\ Buckerf ield's  Complete Line of Animal Feed  ��� Finch Mix ���  ��� Wild Bird Mix ���  ��� Peanuts ��� Niger ���  ��� Cockatiel Mix ���  ��� Canary Mix ��� Millet and Sunflower Seeds ���  ��� Pigeon Mix ��� Parrot Food ��� Budgie Mix ���  c^vr all pour feathered friends  Hours : Mon.   Sat. () - d  MASON HILLS FEED SUPPLY  tKSJ Mason Road. Wesl V-t lull HH=> ')"S i  ANNOUNCING  THE ARRIVAL OF A MAJOR  MARTIAL ARTS SCHOOL  SUN HANG DO  A DYNAMIC BLEND OF ANCIENT  ARTS INTO AN EXCITING AND  EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE. INCLUDING  TAE KWON DO - HAPKIDO - JUDO  - KARATE - AIKIDO - WEAPONS  AND MORE.  SPECIAL OFFER  40% DISCOUNT  Regisiration begins August 29 - September 9  Receive 40% OFF 1st month and uniform  5511 WHARF ST.  SECHELT  8864044 ��� 8854066  'HH Coast News, August 22, 1994  BRfiVO  Dance ficadcmy  community  JILL KIRK  dockside davls bay  Exam & Recreational Classes  Ages 4 - Adult  REGISTRATION  Tues, Aug 30 & Thurs, Sept 1  6 - 8 pm, Kinsmen Hall  nutlet Shuts tit tiilelble si am,it  FRONTRUNNERS  886-4890  Coast News  Classifieds.  They never stop   I   moving.  Coast News classified ads move cars, homes, appliances and  more. To place your ad with the fastest movers on the Coast,  call 886-2622 or 885-3930  J  \  THE5?MFF  AT     $ I ( H I I T  IDife at tlie J op   ���   The model of our  new condominium  ��J��e OBfuffaiSecM/"  is now available for viewing.  Please feel free to drop by the  NRS office at 5549 Wharf Street,  Sechelt, to view. Or direct  inquiries to:  Janette Gordon 885-3247  l^v      Ross Howe 883-9423     /^  ^A (This is not an offer for sale) If  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  Guests of Kirkland Centre  continue to experience an abundance of exciting things to do  and see these days.  Two weeks ago, they took  part in an armchair cruise to  China complete with slides by  Ken Bell, Chinese art and costumes with Lynn and Polly and  Chinese cuisine prepared by the  Centre's chef. Fortune cookies  added Ihe final authentic touch.  Polly shared the secret of these  unusual treats by saying lhat you  add ihe words, "in bed" al Ihe  end of the fortune. Could make  an interesting prophecy, couldn't  il?  Individuality and flexibility  are encouraged in every aspect  of Kirkland Centre and while  every guesl is invited, il remains  a personal choice whether Ihey  wish lo attend or not. It continues to be a whirlwind of activities and there is always something for everyone.  Tomorrow, Aug. 23, there is  lunch out at a mysterious destination, while on Thursday of this  week, the 25th, a special musical  afternoon wilh flutist Kelly Smit  and guitarist Clarke Stebner is  planned. On Aug 30, Mary Pel-  latt, well known for her slide  shows and talks, will speak on  Wrong World. The next day, the  31st, lunch will be enjoyed at a  mystery restaurant. Busy, busy  place!  Beaching  A couple of concerns have  been voiced this week and have  asked to be put in the column.  More than a few people are a little upset at the close proximity  of the hot dog stand at the beach  to the portable toilets... some 20  feet.  The only facility for washing  hands is a cold water tap and as  sechelt scenario  hot dogs are a hand-held food,  it's a trifle disquieting. I'm told  by the health inspector that ihere  are no guidelines as lo distance,  but it's not very appetizing to see  food being cooked and a toilet  sitting, side-by-side.  More than a few residents are  upset about the mess being left  on the dock these days, but with  no garbage containers being  made available, I presume  tourists have no other option.  Perhaps Ihe Beach Buoy could  put a can on Ihe dock as there are  a lol of chip boats, cardboard  cups, etc. lying around. Would  be a good neighbour gesture.  Float  Have you seen that great float  built by a group of enterprising  fathers anchored offshore? It  gives the kids something to  swim out to, dive off and have a  ball on. It is reminiscent of the  days when we were kids and  made rafts out of old planks and  logs that washed up on the beach  and proceeded to sail the ocean  blue. Not nearly as neat nor  sophisticated, but good, clean  fun. Congratulations to the dads  who took the time to furnish  their kids with the means to have  simple summer fun.  Retire  The end of September is the  date set for Chevron agent Verne  Maedel lo retire after 40 years  with Chevron of Canada. Verne  and wife, Marg, are leaving the  Sunshine Coast to settle in  Qualicum Beach.  We wish them good luck,  good health and happiness in  their retirement.  Fishing derby  Don't forget the Kids Fishing  Derby this coming Saturday, the  27th. Registration starts at 10 am  behind the Beach Buoy, Ashing  from 11 lo 1... see you there!  A change of exchange  Chatelech student Brittany Decker (front) returned to Sechelt  recently with her Italian "sister", Serena Bertoli, after  spending one year In Italy as part of a cultural exchange program for high school students. Joel Johnstone pholo  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  If the crowds of people were  any indication of the success of  the Festival of the Written Arts,  then it was a hil. Again.  Congratulations to Betty  Keller, coordinator of the festival  since its inception in 1983.  Betty was and is the driving  force behind the yearly event.  The many hard workers who  make sure everything runs  smoothly should also take a bow.  The festival makes it possible  for us to see and hear authors  from across ihe country read  from their best works.  It also brings extra money  A good number of people turned out for the annual arts council  Hackett Park Craft Fair in Sechdt Joel Johnstone photo  district of gttSett  P.O. Bat 129,5546 Inlet AwnuftSedetBC. VON 3A0 Trtflwte (604)866-1916 Fax:(804)885-7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS - SEPTEMBER 1994  Wednesday, September 7th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m.  Monday, September 19th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m.  BURNING REGULATIONS  CAMP FIRES AND BEACH FIRES  Please contact the office of the Fire Chief at 885-7017 for current information  regarding camp fires and beach fires.  into the community.  For me, the best part is watching people relax, laugh and visit  like old friends.  Raffle  There's a beautiful quilt on  view in Sew Easy's window in  Trail Bay Mall. You may have  seen it as you passed.  The design is called Irish  Double Ring and il was created  by Pat Crucil.  The proceeds from the raffle  go to the Sechelt CWL.  SHOP  5653 Wharf Road,  Sechelt 885-7621  LICENCED  AESTHETIC1AN  ' skin care  PORPOISE BAY WHARF  INCREASE IN ELECTRICITY RATES  Effective August 1994  Hook up fee (Service Charge) of $5.00  $2.00 per day, per hook up, between April 2nd and October 30th of each  year.  $3.00 per day, per hook up, between October 31st and April 1st.  Committee Meeting Dates  August 1994  Planning CommlttM  Tuesday, August 23 at 1:30 pm, to be followed by the Environment Committee  Community Liaison CommlttM  Wednesday, August 24th at 2:30 pm, to be followed by the Economic Development  Committee  Clip g gijgg[  f)  ��� beauty packages  ��� nana & foot care  Xjsiit C^ertiifica��e A.van  BOAT TRAILERS  Two boat trailers were towed away from the Porpoise Bay Wharf on July 29th, 1994.  Please contact the Harbour Manager at 885-1986 for further information.  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  your complete septic system service  Tank Pumping  Reid Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  High Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  \%\r  Tickets are $1 each or 3 for  $2.  Remember, you can'l win if  you don't buy a ticket.  |  Legion news  A lot of people slill have out  of lown guests.  If you have run out of ideas  for entertaining Ihem, why not  take them for supper to the  Sechelt Legion on Saturday?  The food is varied and delicious and Ihe drinks are cheap all  day Salurday. Take pari in the  meat draw.  Who knows when you'll be  lucky.  Weekly activities are posted  in the Legion, so take advantage  of your membership and participate in your Legion's activities.  By doing so, you are also helping  your community.  Wildlife Rehabilitation  The Wildlife Rehabilitation  Cenlre really needs your help.  This is the end of the 'baby  bird season' and Ihe food and  other necessities have lo be paid  for.  This year, not loo many baby  birds were brought in with  injuries, rather it was orphaned  babies who were fed and kept  warm and then let free.  If you would like to help oul  wilh Ihis very humanitarian venture, a donation may be mailed to  Box 8, Halfmoon Bay. VON  IY0.  I know I can rely on the gen-  erousity of every one of you oul  there.  I will keep vnu up lo dale on  the outcome.  Sechelt Scenario will nol  appear in next week's Coast  News, bul will relurn Monday,  Sept. 5.  Going Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  tarn your amnhnnrwMtw.  M/AntMlCn  MtU CkariOf nd FomnHni  Indoor nuitmd Yard Mttnlmmc*  Refill* Home duck of UrHflSmfct  CALLSHARON 885-2228  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  In Pender Harbour call Ken Cole 883-9134  ,CwitM Hum - (UtidJ  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branch���Coot To Coatt  IL  - ������������-���--*���-���-��� --��� -  M^faMtM* community  Striking out from shore oft Davis Bay.  Paddle power  Joel Johnstone photo  Coast News, August 22, 1994  DIRT BIKES  Now in Stock!  Bikes ��� Clothing ��� Equipment ���  H0TOH0VCf.ES  Serving the Sunshine <Coast  SHOP HOURS QO        q.io-71  tues sat 885-31 37  9am - 5pm    vww   w '  hallmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  There were around 70 people who enjoyed  scrumptious hamburgers, salads and desserts  at the Welcome Beach Community Hall last  Salurday. Members were quite surprised and  delighted that so many turned out to share a  good meal and an evening of friendship. It  won't be long now until fall activities start at  the hall and we will keep you in touch with  Ihe up-coming events.  In last week's column I mentioned that we  would keep you informed as to start-up dates  for local organizations. Already we have  received phone calls asking about Brownies,  Beavers and any activities at Ihe school for  which registration is required. Unfortunately,  these questions could not be answered by  your correspondent, since, lo date, no one has  called wilh any information which could be  passed along. It may be a bit early yet and  possibly Ihe various leaders have not got dates  and times worked out, but for many newcomers to the area it is important to know what  programs will be available for the young  folks. As soon as you have information,  please give me a call and we can give you the  publicity needed lo make your particular  activity a success.  Closing In  It's amazing how quickly the summer days  are passing from long hot days to much shorter cooler evenings.  One can almost feel that slight chill in the  air after sundown. Most of us have had our  summer guests and can now begin to think  about getting away for a break.  It's great to have friends come visit and  share Ihis lovely wee corner of the world with  us, and most of us don't want to go away  from here when the weather is great. What  better place could one be at than right here on  the Sunshine Coasl.  At Trout Lake  Some Halfmoon Bay residents seem to  have been unaware that much of their drinking water comes from Trout Lake. One such  call came this week.  The caller was shocked and unbelieving  that such is the case. She watched someone  washing a carpet and bathing their dog in our  drinking water, saw boats and swimmer, all of  whom completely ignored the "respect our  water" sign. When will this situation be rectified?  W WONDERFUL  EDUCATIONAL  v% \V       EXPERIENCE  L'Ecole Passe-Partout Is now accepting  registration for Early French Immersion.  Kindergarten and grade 1, no prior  French required.  (registration for higher grades may be considered)  L'Ecole Passe-Partout offers high quality early French  immersion education both primary and intermediate in  the idyllic setting of Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  Small classes contribute to the high educational quality  and parent input and participation is encouraged.  Bursaries are available. Playgroup is also available for 3  and 4 year olds.  For Information call Diane at 886-9074,  Allison at 885-5363, Mary at 886-7574  or leave a message at 885-5855.  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  This is slill Harbour Lights  and not Dock Side, it gets hard  for you people to find. Right?  Especially wilh the busy  week coming up as you can see.  I hope you enjoyed the Mission  Boal gathering.  Harbour artists  Harbour artists are offering a  iwo day sketching class on Aug.  25 and 26 by Caroline  Buchanan- American water  colourist/skelcher - and will be  held al ihe Harbour Gallery.  For information call Maud al  883-1112.  GRIPS  GRIPS will be having a summer swap meet al their depot  egmont news  (foot of Misery Mile) on Saturday, Aug. 27 from 10 until 4.  Crafts, clothing, baking, produce and junk will be changing  hands for a price. For information and table rent call Val at  883-2948.  New dump hours  Please note dump will be  open Thursday to Monday from  10 am until 6 pm, Tuesday 10  until 2 pm.  Closed all day Wednesday.  Please mark your calendars and  don't phone me. I told youi  Travelling playsite  This is fun-time for the little  tykes and will be held around  the Pender Harbour Community  Centre from Aug. 22 until 26 -  12:30 to 3:30.  This is put on by the Fun on  the 101, a recreation program of  the SC Recreation Committee.  For information call 885-2261.  Brain teaser  Okay, who had it figured  out? It is really so simple.  First the farmer takes the  goat across the river thus leaving the cabbage and the wolf  behind with no problem.  . On Ihe second trip, he picks . ���  up the cabbage and bring�� it; M  acroo and be takes the goat   i  back to the other shore, where  he picks up the wolf, brings him *���  across and then goes back f  pick up his prize goat.  I told you it was simple!  by Lynn Mees  No news is good news, sometimes. Which was the case last  week. When all is quiet in the  Mont, we jusl lei it be. Why try  and make something up that isn't  Ihere? As life goes here, we're  happy fishing, swimming, thinking about the nexl dance, which  will be something new and fun. I  won't give too many details, as  we are nol sure when the gig will  actually happen, bul guaranleed  il will be a happening thing.  Here's a hint: il's a local brothers' band, who just put oul a new  CD.  Women  Attention: Females in  Madeira Park lo Earls Cove area.  Here's an opportunity lo get  together lo discuss common concerns, interests, ideas, including  the potential formation of a  semi-organized women's group.  Il's informal, and your children  are most welcome. The lime and  date are: Aug. 23, Tuesday, at 7  pm at Ihe Egmonl School.  It's that time of year, anyone  noticed the amount of garbage  around the hall, and the grounds?  It's time to clean up. Come on  folks, let's gel together and do  something about it. Marten is  willing to pull a work party  together. It will just take an afternoon so let's try and connect  soon.  Summer  Just think it will be over soon.  Fishing boats heading home,  truckloads of firewood, school  buses on the road. Okay, okay,  it's nol over yel.  Anyone willing lo volunteer  in the thrift store, please let me  know. Lisa would like to have a  break.  Also the people who own a  big brown dog which has a pitbull look about him, please get a  handle on him, he's going into  other people's yards and not letting them out of their vehicles.  Welcome home. Gale R.,  we're glad you're home and  healthy!  Jhe Native Cultural and Theatre Arts Society  prtunti  Robert Davidson's  RAINBOW CMK DANCERS  The internationally acclaimed Haida artist and his  ensemble will perform m his most celebrated masks  and ongionai costumes Also performing will be  The Youth Irom Camp Salish '94.  ONE NIGHT ONLY  Friday, Sept. 2, 1994  700 pm at the Festival Pavillion  Rockwood Cenlre Sechelt. B.C.  Tickets $10.50 available at the  Festival for the Written Arts, Sechelt B C.  Reservations I  For more into call I  Proceeds to benefit Camp Salish  Jon McRae  at  Sussex Realty - Gibsons  886-2277 (office)  886-3999 (home).  e  SUSSEX  REALTY  ^Lke. name Canada1* cem^cUabU with.  LA-Z-BQY  Canada Limited  ^Takc it easy*.*  ��� it's still summer time after all!  ������ Come arid see the largesti  selection of LA-Z-BOY chairs,  recliner chairs and recliner  rockers on the Sunshine Coast  <T>M&cUnc6  ON SALE NOW  THE NEW SIMMONS Beaufyrest*  [The Official Supplier to the Commonwealth Games I  Each Simmons Beautyrest' and Beautysleep*  box spring is specifically designed to work  together with your mattress to absorb shock  and assist in the support function, It also helps  to prolong the life of your mattress.  1. The welded grid-top conduction  provides firm, level and stable comfort  8. Heavy-duty border wire provides  durability and edge-to-edge support  3. Heavy-duty coil springs add extra  resilient support  4. The sturdy, kiln-dried wood frame with  cross slats supports every row of coils  and provides extra strength  5 Anti-sway stabilizers increase overall  stability (not illustrated)  COUNTRYWIDE  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Sechelt 885-5756  warns  m_mm_wm_m_____m 10  Coast News, August 22, 1994  eh  Evergreen Landscaping  serving the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years   ���   TOP QUALITY: Workmanship, Design, Materials  FOR YOUR: Landscape, Irrigation, Fencing needs  DESIGN, CONSULTATION or FREE ESTIMATE  Inquiries welcome for our  DO-IT-YOURSELF packages  885-5033 ��� Fax 885 3066  If you want to do it once, cull us first!  Chatelech  Secondary School  School District No. 46 y  SENIOR ALTERNATE PROGRAM  Chatelech Secondary School Is accepting applications for a  new senior alternate program. Individualized programs and  flexible hours will allow you to complete your secondary  school school diploma in an off-campus setting. Program  starts in September. 1994.  Contact: Ron Fearn at  Chatelech Secondary: 885-3216  P O   Box  1430 Sechelt B C   VON 3AO  Chatelech  Secondary$c  School District No. 46  NEW REGISTRATIONS  Counsellors will be available August 29 -  September 2 (9am to 3 pm) to register new  students. Please bring records from previous  school. Phone if you need to make an  appointment for a specific time: 885-3216  RETURNING STUDENTS  Classes start on Sept.6. Homeroom lists will  be posted on Sept. 2. Student timetable will  be available in homeroom on. Sept.6.  School office: 885-3216  P O   Rm*   M.'tn SiThPlt B C   VON 3AO  ftimiat yftswtp*  TOTAL SHOPPING  7IMT5AWEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  ^    883-9551  & m  BUILDING HOME HARDWARE  SUPPLI��S  BUILDING CENTRE  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-  MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  fendfr Hirtx wr'�� ONLY Full Unr  Spirting GiHHkSturr  CunirrofHwylol A  Fram-lt Pcnlnwb Ril HH V.TM  i'mti-z-ionwirf  MOBILE HOMES  New & Used  Instant Housing  883-9338 OR 5804321  Gill Collect  I Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 Mile North of (Janlen Bay Rd.  HWY nil ���883-9541  PenderHubour.BC 883-2630  UVE BAIT" tackle Shop'  CONVENIENCE STORE  .ROOFING  kltindolt  Tv A Gravrl. Slukn. SWngki.  Mri.il R.��ifv Tiirth On. Dumfcb  LOWING!  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  (.ravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  83-9222  To Ust iii this Directory  phone 885-3930  'S&Wft  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  lmmmmmmlm..m.u��im,.m..1rt........m.iimu��1  Michael c. Crowe  BarrtMrr ��� Solicitor  NoMiy PiMfc  Pmeter Harbour Itgal smites  12874 Madeira Puk Rd..  Madeira Paik  883-9875  leisure  Geordie narrower, pictured at Woodstock '94.  photo submitted  Creeker helps capture Woodstock '94  by Ian Cobb  A Roberts Creek man helped  capture Woodstock '94 in high  definition.  While 350,000 concert-goers,  whether nostalgia-driven or generational-identity-seekers,  moshed away in the world's  largest mosh pit, Geordie Har-  rower of Roberts Creek was kepi  hopping to make sure 14 high-  tech cameras were operating  properly as they filmed the event  for a conglomerate of worldwide feeds.  Narrower, 39, arrived in  Saugerties, New York 10 days  before Ihe event as part of a  "crackerjack" learn of film technicians working for Visions  Unlimited of Vancouver��� the  company hired to film the event  in high definition.  Visions Unlimited owner  Martin Yokota also works for  Tokyo, Japan's largest television  station NHK, the engine behind  the high definition coverage of  Woodstock '94. "The NHK crew  of technicians came from all  over," Harrower said a day after  returning lo the Sunshine Coast.  "There were people from Vancouver, Tokyo, New York, Dallas, New Orleans and me, from  Roberts Creek."  If you watched any of the  massive, muddy event during the  Aug. 12 through 14th weekend  on pay per view, you will have  been watching high definition  television and appreciating some  of Harrower's handiwork.  "It's quite a coup when you  think about it," Harrower said of  the Vancouver company getting the  chance to film an  event of such magnitude.  High definition  television is, Harrower explained,  much richer and  longer lasting. "It's ������  like looking into an  aquarium." Normal television  has S2S lines of resolution while  high-definition has 1,125 lines.  "It's like a movie theatre screen,"  he said.  Harrower, working as a key  grip, rigged all the cameras for  the event. Considering the average cost per camera is $400,000,  he faced a little more than your  basic stress as he tried to figure  out how he could most safely  and efficiently rig the cameras,  booms and stands so the anticipated crush of humanity  wouldn't knock any of them out.  This was  Generation X's  Woodstock'  ���Geordie Harrower  "You don't drop Ihose  babies," he said.  Some of the logistics of filming the event in high-definition  meant some high-level technicians, he said. "Two guys  work for NASA."  In addition, to mount cameras  in "the field" lo cap-  "~~"""    ture shots from the  crowd and of the  mob, miles of fibre  optic lines wrapped  in  conduit   were  buried under the  field. "We had to  keep it away from      the crowd," Harrower said.  Once it was all set up and the  music started playing, Harrower  had lo keep on his toes and make  sure everything ran smoothly  "We lost one little audio wire  but that was nothing. It was  amazing," he said.  However, on Sunday a "small  riot" broke out and a camera  "was taken out of commission  for a little while."  Another factor to deal with  was the "mud people," he said of  the thousands of people covered  head to toe in thick slimy mud.  Some of them threw mud at  Hunter hosts fifteen-year  Rutledge retrospective  Ihe cameras, an act thai "wasn't  too kosher."  Harrower said while there  was a lot of work to be done, he  did have time lo take in some of  the numerous sights and sounds  and, unfortunately, the smells of  Woodstock '94.  "It was a mud bath and it was  just gross," he said of Ihe geographical and sanitary conditions  on the 840 acre Winston Farm,  located 20 miles out of Wood-  slock, NY. "There were fears of  typhoid and cholera," and the  toilet facilities were inadequate  and too far away for many of the  more inebriated campers.  Disgusting part aside,1 the  event had its moments, Harrower  said, noting that being able to  watch Joe Cocker and Bob  Dylan from back and side stage  was his "highlight."  While the original Woodstock  of 1969 has become known as  the crowning glory of the Hippy  age��� Woodstock '94 was far  from the peace, love and understanding theme that ran wild in  '69, Harrower said.  "This was Generation X's  Woodstock," he said. "In '69  there was no moshing, just a lot  of tripping... It wasn't '69 again.  It's a whole different time."  zsiipnlq  hnlwSbi2  ��� ������  Fifteen years at Hunter Gallery -  a retropsective by Marilyn Rutledge,  with examples of her work as shown  at the gallery annually since 1980,  the artist covers scenes of the Sunshine Coast forests, buildings,  mountains and seascapes.  Originally working in oils she  now concentrates on coloured pencil  drawings. Her work has appeared  regularly at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt and frequently in the provincial "Images and Objects" shows.  Marilyn's show runs from  August 20 and Sept. 9 and she herself is at the gallery every Sunday.  One of  the  works of  Marilyn  Rutledge.  photo  submitted  FRESH.  FRESH,  FRESH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Roberts Creek singing talent  Sarah Norris finishes second in country  It's a second place finish for Roberls Creek  country singer Sarah Norris in a national music  competition sponsored by a children's television  station.  Norris, 13, was named the second place winner  in her age category last week by the judges with  the YTV Vocal Spotlight competition. She beat  on the arts beat  out over 2800 contestants nation-wide to achieve  the placement.  Norris, who competed earlier in the spring, won  second place in the competition singing two songs  by American country music star Winona Judd.  First place winner was 13-year-old Laloya  Lesmond from Toronto, Ontario.  The Arts Council is proud lo  offer a Raku class with local  artist Ron Patterson again.  The classes will give you a  chance to glaze one of Ron's  works which is yours lo keep.  The firsl class will be taught at  the Arts Centre, where you will  learn ihe art of glazing.  The second part of the two  day course will be held al Ron's  studio, where you will learn  how to fire a pot, and lake a lesson in throwing them. Clothing  suitable for clay calamities is  suggested. Cosl for ihis thrilling  workshop is $25, $20 for members.  Classes are 10 am lo 1 pm,  August 22 and 23. Call Ihe Arts  Cenlre lo register at 885-5412.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  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:  iweIMeri  '���.   ���   ���   ���   ���   _      CUP A SAVE I Coast News, August 22,1994  11  sports  Local athletes bring home 7 medals  Ten Sunshine Coast athletes combined for  seven medals at the recently completed 1994  BC Summer Games in Kelowna.  Two of those medals were golds, with  Sechell resident Julie De Marni taking one in  javelin and Gibsons resident Melissa Paul  earning one in discus.  Sechelt wrestler Michelle Nelson, currently taking part in the Commonwealth Games,  earned a silver medal in the 52 kilogram girls  wrestling and helped win a bronze in Ihe  wrestling team event.  Suzanne Cameron of Sechelt also picked  up a bronze in the team wrestling event.  Shooters Ryan Kangas and David Harding  of Gibsons came home with a silver and a  bronze respectively in Ihe junior air pistol  event.  Other local athletes who took part in the  games were Gibsons residents Laura Spani  (eighth in discus and sixth in shot put), Brelt  Forsyth (14th in javelin and 14th in sholput)  and Tamara Pockranl (10th in javelin).  Sechelt's De Marni finished 11th in discus  and Dan Burden, also of Sechelt, came sixth  in smallbore rifle shooting, individual high  aggregate for juniors.  Coast residents win Powell  River sidewinder competition  An Egmont resident and a  Sechelt resident left the Powell  River Sea Fair wilh money in  their pockets as well as some  hardware Aug. 14.  Dean Bosch of Egmont and  Ian Brown of Sechelt won the  Sidewinder competition during  the Sea Fair Loggers Sports  events at Powell River and for  their their troubles they earned  $500 apiece, a "big" trophy and  plaques.  Sidewinders are the "unsink-  able" booming boats used to  build and secure log booms.  The duo finished worked  their prize log around a figure  eight - with Brown working the  sticks and Bosch operating the  sidewinder - in a rapid three  minutes and 15 seconds.  The victory was all the more  special for the two (who finished second in the competition  five years ago) because Bosch  no longer operates a Sidewinder  regularly.  "It was at least a year since  ihe last (competition)," he said.  "I've done it all my life but  I'm out of it now because of the  lack of trees on the Coast."  While Bosch pushes the prize  log, Brown, a tree faller by  trade, has to trot over the precarious booms and secure the log.  The win was particularly sweet,  Brown said, because this was  the 14th straight Sea Fair competition he's entered.  "We've come third and second but never first," he said.  | p Ther* weje. Ifl team} jb the  Dean Bosche and  Ian Brown won the  Sea Fair Sidewinder  competition  at Powell River last week.  photo submitted  Please leave Fresh Produce  the day before    Lack of  Food Bank Days  stora9e  ^Thrifty's  GIBSONS  HELP THE  Donation!    886-2488 or Box 598  Hon Tlnw Ht-Ft  0100  0630  1255  8.2  13.3  4.3  1935    14.7  Fri   Tlnw Ht-Ft  0340  0955  1525  2125  Tim  Tlnw Ht-Ft  0140 7.5  0720 13.2  1335 5.3  2000 14.6  Sit   Tlnw Ht-Ft  6.1  0420  5.9  12.6  1100  12.3  8.6  1610  9.7  13.7  2150  13.3  Wed   Tlmt Ht-Ft  0220 6.9  0805 13.0  1410 6.3  2030 14.4  Sun   Tlnw Ht-Ft  0510 5.8  1220 12.2  1705 10.5  2225 12.9  REFERENCE: Point Atklnaon  Pacific Standard Tim*  m-mmatwamamat���riTmsm���mamaaiaam  rot Skookumchuk Narrow add  1 hr. 40 mln. pka S min. lor oach It.  of rise and 7 mln. lor Mch II. ol M  For all your boating  parts & accessories  TIDELINE  Parts ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service  "N.  Mtm  MON-SAT  8 am-6 pm  MARINE  885-4141   b637Wha  rf Rood. Sechelt  Communication, Energy & Paperworker's Union of Canada ��� Local 1119, Port Mellon  CANCER CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT  Open to the public ��� All proceeds to "Camp Good Timed'  Sunday, September 4,1994 ��� Sechelt Golf & Country Club  Shotgun Start-Morning 7:45 a.m. (plus possible afternoon start at 1:00 p.m.)  $40.00 per golfer or $160.00 per team (Includes - golf, food and lots of prizes!)  Register at the Sechelt Pro Shop with Dave Charlton at 885-4653  ��� Russ MacLeod at 886-7908 (after 4p.m.) ��� Martin Henry at 886-4630 (after 4 p.m.)  During work hours call 884-5223, local 257  ���   Texa��.scr^Tt)legolf,play,(  dart points  r;  CLIP & SAVE  Teen Darts (ages 13 lo 18 )  will commence their second season at 7:30 pm in Gibsons on  Wednesday, September 14 and  in Sechelt on Friday, September  16.  The drop-in fee is $1.50 per  evening and darts are available  to those that don't have them as  yet. The drop-in fee will go  towards the upkeep of the user  darts; memberships (BCDA and  NDFC) and entry fees at Ihe BC  Provincials which total $60 per  player.  Players are encouraged to  purchase their own darts for various reasons, such as different  weights, flights, shaft lengths,  barrel sizes and styles. An  improved player gets accustomed to a certain type of darts.  Coast Teen Darts was formed  last January by Don at Dart Line  (a darts newsletter) to give teens  an evening of recreation, but it  soon became apparent lhat Ihere  was rivalry amongst the players.  More then 18 players wanted  "competition dans".  With full support of the  Royal Canadian Legion #109,  arrangements were made to  compete at the Fernie, BC  Provincials last March with  these results: Darren Flebbe  (Sechelt) ended in a tie for third,  junior men, while Karri Peterson (Oibsons) ended as third  junior ladies.  Rob Arnott finished eighth in  senior men. Junior men, Darren  Flebbe and senior men, Chad  Dampier (Gibsons) both brought  the Most Sportsmanlike trophy  home in their respective category. In addition, Chad also  received a perfect 180 score  medal.  Both Rob and Chad will continue to practice their darts with  the group, although they won't  be eligible for the next Provincials.  The majority of teens will be  practicing for the upcoming BC  Amateur Provincial Youth Darts  which will be held in Port  Moody, BC, in March of 1995.  Organizers are hoping to raise  $3,600 for their teen dart delegation. This would give them a  chance to have at least 16 able  representatives (eight from Gibsons and eight from Sechelt) in  all categories - junior men,  junior ladies, senior ladies and  senior men, at the next Provincials in Port Moody.  Nanaimo Youth Darts is the  largest entry with more than 20  players, which was followed by  Kamloops with approximately  14 players.  The 1996 annual BC Amateur Provincial Youth Darts has  now been awarded to Gibsons,  BC, a year earlier than initially  planned.  An estimated ISO players,  coaches, parents and family  members are expected lo visit  Gibsons that year. Arrangements are under way for the  amateur darts Playdown, in  which ihe winners and runner-  ups will represent British  Columbia in the National Cana-  Coast News  Classifieds.  They never stop  moving.  Coast News classified ads move cars, homes, appliances and  more. To place your ad with the fastest movers on the Coast,  call 886-2622 or 885-3930  dian Amateur Youth Darts  Championships. The winners of  the NCAYDC will in turn represent Canada at the World Youth  Darts Tournament.  Eligible are players with date  of birth after December 1,1975  but before December 1, 1981  (National Darts Federation of  Canada rule and BC Darts Association rule).  For more information on  Coast Teen Darts and the  Provincial Playdown darts call  Don Seykens at 886-0506 (day  time) or Betty Endersby at 886-  0500.  D bcf^is sdg-dae  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leeve Lsngdtle  6:20 am      2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM 8:20M  Mil an nil M '-*- *-���-  ���at*mi*a*M MWCI WV  Leeve Horseshoe Bsy  7:30 am    3:30  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30 pm  7:28 II  9:18  Leave Earls Cove  6:40 am      *Mpm  8:20 ��:30  10:30 *30  1225 pmM   10:20 H  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 II  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9*0  I Twoe  a   _  i   I  i   ���  ���  ���  a  e  e  e  a  ���  tstnaaoschiAAedtniTisiit^xStasiaysaisdiio^  SUSSEX  REALTY  The Toi)si:i.i.i\(.  I \    (, I H SO >  �� ,. (MULTIPLE USTWOLEAOEflM SALES OF HOMES A MOFfOTY}  >v mmmm    f  ....StWtWCREST^l^GJ^^-J^^^Hojuy^  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TOP SELLING OFFICE  IN   GIBSONS  (MULHPLE LSTMB LEADER M SALES OF HOMES & PROPBtTY)  Notice Board  Oegolnj tvciU mal be updated ninthly  We reserve Ihe right ta edil submissions tin brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo Ihe evenl.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  taring ��  16-7712  TUUDAY, AUOUST 23  Construction Aggregates Tour: ��� tour  ol the plant site Is scheduled lor 4 pm.  Interested parties should (How up at tn*  tlte on Sechelt Inlet Rd. II they wish to  attend  SATURDAY, AUOUST 27  Concert featuring Gilopez Kabayao,  violinist and Corazon Pineda Kabayao,  SUnlit. 7 pm. Calvary Baptist Church,  II Park Rd.. Qibsons. A voluntary  "    j will be taken. Inlo: 886-2611 or  712 (eves).  SUNDAY, AUOUST 26  Feetlval of tlw Written Arte presenta  Lloyd Arntzen and the Classic Jazz Band  playing gospel lazz, 2 pm, Festival  Pavilion Info: 865-9631  MONDAY, AUOUST 2��  Fibromyalgia Aaaoelatlon ol B.C.  President Sharon Green will be special  IUMI speaker. 7-9 pm, Coast-Garibaldi  '-����� Unit, Qibsons.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4  SC Dance Society auditions for dancers  lor 2nd Celebration ol Dance, 10 am,  Frank Waat Community Use Room,  Chaster Rd. Firehall.  Festival ot tit* Written Arts presents  Mostly Mozart Concert III, Festival  Players Canada, 2 pm. Festival Pavilion.  Info: 685-9631.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10  Que;  Heal  S.C. Fall Fair. Dougal Park, Gibsons  Entries Sepl 9, 6 30 9 pm. Sepl 10 6-9  am. Pancake breaklast 9 am. opening  10:30 am Cran lair participants register  now. Volunteers or lor Inlo. call 8869058  or 6666105.  MISCELLANEOUS  Children's Week In Olbaona Aug 28-  S*pt. 4. For Info on program lor children  and parents, call St. Bart's Church. 668-  2064 or 666-7410.  S.C. Maritime History Centre, Molly's  Lane, Qlbaona. Displays of marine  artifacts, models, photographs Com*  en|oy our maritime history. Open daily,  11:30 am-4:00 pm. Info: 866-9058     35  Kid*' Day Cluba lor ages 10-13,  Tuesdays, July 19-Aug 30.9:30 am-3:30  pm, Bethel Baptist Church. Register  ASAP: 665-2454 or 685-3919.  Junior Youth Day Club* lor ages 10-13.  Thursdays, July 21-Aug 25, 9:30 am-  3:30 om, Bethel Baptist Church. Register  ASAP: 665-2454 or 665-3919.  Elphlnetone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd.. acrosa Irom Poat Office.  Qibaons. A wide variety of displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artifacts ol the Coast. Open 7  day* a week, Mondays �� Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday through Sunday, 9-  5:30 pm. Admission by donation. Call  666-6232 hr more Inlo.  Parerd-Tot Drop-In: for parents with children up to 5.9:30-11:30 am at th* follow  ing locations: Qibaons United Church Hall  (Mon.. Tues . Wed.. Fri); Sechell St.  Hildas Church Halt (Tuea): Wilson Creek  Communily Hall (Thurs). Inlo:  Community Services, 865-5661.  Sexually Transmitted Dlaeaae Clinic.  (H.I.V. Information, counselling and testing) Phone tor appointment in Qibsons  886-5600, Sechelt 665-5164.  Single t Pregnant? Call tha Health Unit  -666-5600.  Prenetal Hoapltal Tour: phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  for tour, 685-2224. Prenatal only.  Parant A Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers eveiy Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S Fletcher, Qibsons and In  Sechelt at 5571 Inlet on Wedneadaya  from 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry Booater Clinics: A booster dose ol diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is Important lor children entering  school. Qibsons clinics - 886-5600;  Sechelt clinics-865-5164.  MONDAYS  Recovery, Inc. otters a self-help method  to overcome the negative feelings lhat  come Irom fear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety. 7-9 pm, the Wellness  Cenlre, Qibsons. Info: 686-6028. 35  HIV-Poeltive Support Group, (infected,  friends and lamily) meets in Qibsons.  Info: Robby, 886-3352 (leave msg) or  Don. I  4-0001  Fibromyalgia Support Oroup meets  fourth Monday ot each month, 7-9 pm,  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 665-5861  or 866-8389.  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Depression Support  Oroup - Gibsons Health Unit. 1 -2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3C'a Weight Lo** Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30-12:30pm. call  686-2692. and evenlnga 6:30-8:00pm,  call 886-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Qibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Garlbaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Conlidential service - eveiyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Into: 865-7770  TOPS weekly meetings, 6:30-6 pm,  Chaster House Inlo: Norma, 886-7756  35  FRIDAYS  Braaat Self-Exam Clinic: First Friday of  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Qibsons Heallh  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church basement, lane oil Trueman  Road.  m______________Wm 12  Coast News, August 22, lc)94  ��=    iiin:ni:riiii    =:  P THE LITTLE STORES?  &      THAT GREW!    t  =  NEWLQQMION ��� NEW STOCK =  Open 7 days a week  5498 Trail Ave. Sechelt  885-6460    ��8 "ST  ��� ���  D  ��� ������  ephemera  SPCA news  A little shy from a ten  month stay at the SPCA,  Jasmine, a one year old  spayed female cat, is the  longest residing animal at  the shelter on Henry Road.  Call 886-CARE to meet her  or the other friendly  animals waiting for good  homes.  CI,  oast  obbler Ltd.  Shoe Sales, Repairs & Accessories  Regular Hours:    Tues - Sat 9:00-5:00pm  Will be closed Friday, August 26  Reopen September 6th  5584 - Unit 3, Hwy 101, Sechelt (Across from Big Mac's)  883-6393  LOCAL HERO.  1994 CHRYSLER INTREPID  22C pkg.  ���    Si-.  The world class Intrepid.  A great Canadian success story  is now available at this great price.  QQ  %m  INCLUDING  FREIGHT  OR  $398  PER MONTH  FOR 30 MONTHS  a Standard dual air bags       af Power windows/locks  _t Air conditioning  _\ 4 speed automatic  if 3.3 litre V6 engine  H AM/FM stereo cassette  IH Speed control/lilt steering  _l Dual power heated mirrors  ji Power trunk release  _l And much more  ,H*  CHRYSLER  "Plymouth  Jeep Eagle  Intrepid's advanced aerodynamics, revolutionary "Cab-Forward" design,  spacious interior and lower, wider stance quickly earned it "Car of the Year?  And now the 1994 Intrepid comes with another winning feature:  a great sticker price.  SEE YOUR LOCAL CHRYSLER DEALER.  A DEALER YOU CAN BELIEVE IN,  'lukroMe loumlKis AiucJOMn ol Comatc. IW3 (uy* imp* at tst/i/Utt e |/jr<j�� Ow�� ml llnrat He. lent, "hnmUrlmhSMirtti-Wr   pm "raw n��**����"i���� MiMpMotflinlSIOS ImMtm.* M�� mo, ul Ip  la Ml mat moi as tsam. SnMpIpMi tMomWf ipHwloulnteolOimnlilpim tariff >*diiMPPlinfeiiM �� mrm nm mran p etntttl nt, tl SUB ' ***** *> tern pumrt |l. KtOi StUtitlatn*. Mpiioappri  brflir*i(ii*tpnfcl��l Snlr*|l.liSWSMM liMpilpppvrtwi^tpi^BlplnpMid* Mlio��olllgol��i.t^  ipi^��*o*P(iSpwiinpi^pnH*lipii(liIilp(��dQ Hn k i clowl nl Irk Md i�� Mnl ipgmM Wu��1*P(l��rti��iii<|kpM ��ni itpm. P* mn Ita'Wlt*'1"'*���* loud w�� �������� Sw*��to**k  Skookum Chrysler ��� 1028 Hwy 101, Gibsons ��� 886-3433  Dodge  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  The lown of Gibsons may  soon have a recycling depot  similar to the one located at  Shop Easy in Sechelt. Last  week Gibsons Council received  a proposal from the Sunshine  Coasl Recycling and Processing  Society (SCRAPS) outlining Ihe  possible development at the end  of Sunnycrest Road behind  Super Valu, a spot suggested by  council.  10 YEARS AGO  Over 300 people attended the  first all-candidates meeting held  on the Coast during the federal  election of 1984. The meeting,  on August 15, was held in  Elphinstone's gym.  The historical artifacts and  archives of the late Helen Dawe  of Sechelt have found a temporary home in a specially constructed building on the property of her sister Mrs. Billie  Steele.  15 YEARS AGO  While swimming in the  ocean, Terry Godber of Roberts  Creek was joined by a six-  pound coho salmon which kept  hanging around. Terry gamely  tried to catch it barehanded and'  four times the fish slipped from  his grip but didn't swiip away.  The fifth attempt saw Terry  manhandle it to the beach and  subsequently lay it to rest in his  freezer.  25 YEARS AGO  F.W. McGivern Limited of  Gibsons has won the contract to  build a new liquor store at Sunnycrest Plaza. It is understood  that the liquor store at the head  of the wharf will be closed.  New teachers on the staff of  Elphinstone Secondary School  include George Matthews and  John Bumside.  35 YEARS AGO  Shouts of a passing fishboat  operator saved the lives of Mrs.  Young and her two young children as fire engulfed the house  half-way between Gibsons and  Granthams on the shoreline.  The Coast News calls the  annual Sunshine Coasl Fall Fair  the besl visual fair to be held so  far.  45 YEARS AGO  Over 5000 people attended  the Third Annual Pender Harbour Regatta on the shores of  beautiful Garden Bay.  Mr. H.W. Booker, who has'a  chinchilla ranch in Sechell, has  been elected as one of the  judges in a forthcoming chinchilla exposition.  REGISTER NOW  FORFALLADULT  CLASSES AND KIDS'  AFTER-SCHOOL CLASSES  SUNSHINE COAST  GOMPUIfR  COUjjGEJNC  ___ Into __. Sahdt��885-3386  A  BUCK  353  in the hand is worth  more than a garage  full of junk."  To dace your ad  .call  885-3930 or 886-5622  waaa^px Coast News, August 22,1994 13  Marine  lndjustri.il    AUTOMOTIVE  PARTS & SUPPLIES  $101 SUPPLY LTD  W Hwy- 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101.  Sat. 8-6, Sun. 10-V  Mon.-Fri. 6-6  SECHELT RADIATORS^  Complete Coaling System Semite Centre  i i'i i i i i i f i i i i i i i i i i���  Wt Rti(rnli le Rr|,l. ie Rn,U, Healer Corn, & U��, Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  Ntw. I'<c.l tt Rrlmlll ��� I'llklip ft IMIvriy  ��� ' ' ��� f il.iii^-  S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  Ouality Concnu Work        Colowad a ftampad  WJ-ltW    CODCT��te,Ciurb��K��BH��n  WIL0W00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Sendee  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  Randy 885-4146  Far thu finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  give us a call  8��r>-()0r>2  41119 S.t.. llvy.  Across Irom Sunshine f ,M  Mon. ��� Sm.  885-7986  DENIS TURENNE CONCRETE  Piecing & Finishing  Residential ft Commercial  ACI Certified  Driveways, Slabs, Sidewalks elc  ����# ��.��..     Custom Concrete Specialist*  \886-0340 Colored,Stamped.Pamnml,ExpowdAggregate/  Gary's  303CAC *E=IViG  a MMin*TRACKS 'FORKS'STON DUMPTHUCK  ENCMKTMa*LANOSCAf>MQ*BACKnLLttMl-ETC  ��� EFFICIENT  .REUABLE  PROFESSIONAL"     ������BM��AIB  CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  ROTOR  PBfit     ilt-lrJAI   tfK  BUILDING CONTRACTORS ELECTRICAL SERVICES  CONSTRUCTION  residential T commercial  885-3887 Laurie Lacovetsk  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial 8r Industrial  KELLY 885-9565 *~mm  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC.   C_m_________   ��� FRAMING  to LOCK-UP  ��� FINISHING  ��� FOUNDATIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� SIDING  WMftf  THOMAS ELECTRICAL  ^rtt^ CONTRACTING  ^"^Thomas   886-7571  FREE ESTIMATES       KG^?m  SWANSON'S  EXCAVATING   *   SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR OVER 30 YEARS  ' Land Development ��� Road Construction  ��� Bulldozing ��� Sand & Gravel Deliveries  ��� Pipeline Construction  1185-0066  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  880-9411  Cttliuiar   250-3376  MARINE SERVICES  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. Qu�����  FREE  ENGINEERING  GARRTS EXCAVATING  .OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  ' tmhm Puny Sidatasmtal  ��� lSOKomalMJlxcavatar  >4S0MniD��raw/HM  > Sep* M* a Ma ���oxis.aaaoM  ********** i  886-7099  A t T ENTERPRISES: Cenetruotlen Barvloaa  Serving Tha Coaat Slnca 1965  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ������������MM  ;. WOHQ. aox ru, aissows. s.c. vow tw  Sunshine Coast Engineering  Engineering and Design (er  ��� Subdivision Development  '��� Custom Residential ond Commercial  ��� Structural ��� SoVs ��� Marin*  S7.C29, Mt��2 ...   ._.-  Gibiom, 8C VON IVO         OOQ-4743 J  . Salt Water Licences _  ��� Motel & Campsites ��� Water Taxi *%a>F',*��.��.  . Marine Kepalts       ��� Ice ��. Tackle _9S_____J  SEAWAY CONSTRUCTION  Complete Backhoe  Service  Call Bruce 885-0621  r  JIM  IIM      III  tfA  EXCAVATING  ILKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  #  MORNINGSTAR MAIHTENANCE  ��� Handyman A Household Fix-It Service  ��� Plumbing Alterations & Repairs  ��� Renovations, Diywall i Painting  ��� No Job Too Small  Call Brian R. Mellis  886-9272  Quality & Service  ��� Renovations   ��� Additions    ��� Siding  ��� Dtck* It Fences   ��� Garages  Small Projects to Custom Homes  [   ��� Seplic Systems  1   ��� Dfiveways  1   ��� Watetiines  1   ��� Excavations  V ���Land Oeanng  Reasonable  ���UN ROM  lea    tit t^Xti'    i  ��� Experienced       J  IIMSII      J  CENTURY ROCK  885-9910  ROCK MAILS  MHOS  PUNIER*  LocAttd ht Secret Cove  885-7888  t/Juccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  K.C. Themiogl���� k  Cobra Boats now  W.D. EXCAVATING  ���> ,, 'iKsi.:t:suetv/\i::~tV ���������������������  foods tOtrrm**vy**S*mmp IttH****-  low iorf Sorvfea* land Charing *f  Sejimlm Giwal. rnaomtmola*  MAkTY 886-9764  *  CEl 220-1526  885-3205  /cadre construction ltd!1  Custom Built Homes  Renovations ��� Additions  ^ 886-3171    PAVE MELLOR J  CONCRETE SERVICES  Fastrac backhoe k  TRUCXmO SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS  ���WATERLINES CAT4M ��M  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   866-826S  886-0057^  FAX: (59 2MB  vm  HASCOR"  Wll  Syita*  INDUSTRIES LTD.  m  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  /  Tha SnmMm  Caatt't Eviarade  Daalar  FEAWItlHB:  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SEMES '  _lEViriRUDE  innuoB  \* ���     V  COTTRELL'S  MAMINI    SI MI/ICI  L  88B-300!.  MECHANICAL SERVICES  8.A llathlesen Ltd.  IfaaawVOmnnartw  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  ENCO  CONCRETE  SERVING Tl lli SL 'SSI IINli IA JAST  R"<ii-Mtx concrete ��� snixi * Qravel  Curtis tt Liners ��� SepiK' Tanks  tuUi-KI74       Fax 886-8113  *2ZZ_!?        H< IX .114 ( ill )M H IS  Oibaons von ivo  885-7180  Sechell  HEATING  nt  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing A Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. & Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085Fax:884-5392/  Commercial Refrigerated Fixtures  1 ARCTIC  ,*��� ,i . i i i ��� ^  COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LTD.  24 hr. seivice ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-5111  885-3449  *'-     ft.     -In ,. M��|i|  [**.-..   JRt&Pexca))  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALEK ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  eailNowii��-7iii  Showroom: Hi Pognt M. (iibsons  ��� Sen** M ComawcM * MMM  Puma and Wilw THHmwt neeta  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  r  Swanson's  -.t%-uan**y*miRaady-MI. Lid.  .��� 0��a*eli _.,��� AcnunM���,r���    m    ���,  I   885-9666   j I   ��*������   | L, t^-aWS   \  3 Batch Plants on Ihe Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, M17 BuriKl M.. SexhtU, B.C.V0N 3A0  H.  ENTERPRISES  KziAIUTH ExCMMTING  ��� Land Clearing A Developmeni  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving the  Coaat  for 12 yeara  Our Customer Service la  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  >. KenBlrWn-885-7487'Cell68W1T7  G.M.S.  Excavating  Qunnar Chrlatlansan  ��'����* S.C7RB1  Olbaooa, BC VON IVO  MOBILE WELDING ANO FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM  ICRVWOTHCHMfST.IIANNf ANOCOMTRUCmMMMItTWt  ON THE UMMM COAIT  HOWARDLANQ ...,,,, ,J5.L���. i  MISCELLANEOOS SERVICES  LOGS WANTED  Alder ��� Maple ��� Saiv LrOg  Robert Cortett* 886-9783  umNt>  QUALITY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  Bob ScgUe 883-9283  JIainting contractors  ImnkN/Eslriof hinting ��� Pressurt Wadiing  IMIntiil a Commraal ��� Top Qiulity Mitnuli��  "Free Estimates"  885-5111 . Gtorat' 24hr Anmtrlm Service.  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  im  V ' 7aiNorlhlM.,OHtaon��e86-2fH2 14  Coast News, August 22, 1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and f>ay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  __ Gibsons &  "** Sechelt Offices  I.   Homes &  Property  MONEY AVAILABLE  SORROW ON KM! HOME EQUIIV  1ST, 2ND, 3RD MORTGAGES  Not basad on job stobiWv.  age oi credit.  Consolation, cat  oi wnalevet good reason.  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  .BAYFIELD  INVESTMENT SERVICES LTD  20577 FRASER HWY.  LANGLEY  SECHEIT TEL: 885-5527  MARINA PLACE  Very tastefully decorated, immaculate 1230 sq ft level entry 2 bedroom condo. 2 bathrooms, tire-  place, skylight, S appliances,  drapes, patio (adult oriented).  Across from marina, on bus route.  walking distance to stores. 886-  4190. tins  VIEW! Tastefully decorated 2  bdrm condo. Gtound level entry.  Central location, Oceanview Classics. Near schools 1 shopping.  Gibsons. Call eves, alter 5 pm.  886-0362. SS  The gentleman who called re:  property, comer ol Seaview ( Bale  Lane, please call 886-7870. ��34c  Central Gibsons home close to  shopping, in pleasant, quiet family  oriented area. 13 yrs. old with 3  bdrms and potential 4th and a  downstairs suite. Two baths.  Enclosed parking, landscaped,  hardwood floor in kitchen and dining room and a nice south lacing  deck with a completely lenced  yard out back. Currently rented.  Excellent investment property.  $155,000 firm. 886-3573.    ��36w  3 bdrm townhouse. Unit lit, 765  School   Rd.   Fenced  yard.  $123,000,661-7154. ��36w  Homes &  Property  uorgeous level entry view home  with in-law or nanny suite on lower  level. This lovely home features a  built-in vac, sunken living room,  heritage kitchen with eating area  on view side. Full ensuite, 2 fireplaces and office / computer area.  Fully landscaped. $299,000. NO  AGENTS. 886-2465 or 866-2893.  ��36w  Home wanted. Family with 2  teenagers looking lor nice home in  Gibsons approx. 2500 sq. It.. 3-4  bdrms. No subdivisions or vinyl  siding. Must be privale (1/2 acre  min.), yet close to town. Preler not  to renovate. 885-5033.       I36w  ROBERTS CREEK  Square .53 acre lot near ocean.  selectively cleared, lully serviced,  ready lo build. $98,900.665-3509.  ���s  3 bdrm, 2 level, mortgage helper.  Sundecks, solarium, near school.  $179,900 8866446. 136c  Sale or trade Abbotsford, 2 yrs.  old, (oft. den, 3 bdrm, 21/2 baths,  hot water heating, 2-car garage,  view. 591-6659. #36c  1    Homes &  Property  PRIVATE SALE  No agents. One ot the best view  Ids in Oceanmount Estates. Lot  35. $169,992.15. Phone 1-931-  1819. ��35w  Two 1 yr. old octagonal ollice /  studios w/deck. To code. To be  moved to your site. Approx. 550  sq. II. each. Sell separate or  together, asking $22,000. Make an  offer. 885-6141, ask lor Michel.  ���35c  Whistler Gondola Village, furn., t  bdrm condo with l/p, 2 min to lifts.  $94,000 obo. 885-3076       ��34w  Moving, must sell. $279,000.  Spectacular watertront, jusl under  1 acre lot, southern 1246 sq. ft.,  top Iloor plus finished bsmt., 4  bdrm, 2 baths, 2 kitchens, veiy low  down payment. Vendor will carry  mortgage. 7619 Redrooffs Rd.,  885-7738. 135c  Earn money while having property  paid for. New 2 bdrm condo, near  all services 8 school. Ocean view,  l/p, 3 appl. $86,995. 886-2247,1-  255-0651 collect. 135c  5.6 acre timbered 6 secluded,  oceanview, 2100 sq. It. log house,  near completion. $450,000. 885-  5910. ss  Cottage to move, ideal lor B 4 B  or added income. Easy move to  your property. Fully finished.  Some financing available. 886-  2751. ��35w  Situated in one of the most desire-  able areas of the Sunshine Coast,  spectacular view of Vane. Isl., Mt.  Baker, Trsll Islands. Watch the  cruise ships sal by. In a park-like  setting, all this and more! No  agents. For appt. to view. 885-  2397. ss  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PIEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  aked to litten caraMb at al adt piocod by  mplrtly   read   bock   verifying   requeued  le, number o* innrforu and a copy content.  Advertiiers an asked to litten  telephone   are   comp'  dauificatren, iturt dote, number a* tniertoni and a copy (  We take extreme cart to avoid typographical errors, however, in  Ihe went of an error, we are responsible only tor ihe first incorrect  insertion at an od. We do not assume any responsibility (or ony  reason (or an error in an ad beyond fce cost ol the od itself.  tort any error MMDUT&Y by cdfctg 116*622  M3-3ta-MondayteMday9cun,��o5p.m;/  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  It  f*%fm,  Autos  33  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  t  fGREAl  Business and Homa  Services  35  VlDE/L  Business Opportunities M  Campers  ChlldCare  3S  37  Commercial tor Rent  33  Entertainment  33  ^a*Maaaaa*  For Rant  31  **Meaaaaa*t  For Sale  31  ^A****  Found  11  Obituaries *  3  Free  13  Personal  ���  Furniture  30  Pets & Livestock  13  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  3  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  33  34  Storage  Thank You  33  S  Home & Property  1  Too Lata to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  34  Lost  10  Wanted  13  Marine  SO  Wanted to Rent  33  Mobile Homes  37  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  33  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  si  otff��>0B  AD*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ***** People Places *\m  DEADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 885-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3-fOO  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    wiyvMn  MMtM  Homes ii  Property  Close in - Qibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1 -922-3559  ss  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Qreat Ocean View, extensively  Improved, well treed and within  walking distance lo Sgts. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is In a  growing laige lot subdivision with  two driveways to access upper  and lower sections ol property al  $155,000. Lot 23 of Leaning Tree  Subd. will not last long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1 -979-4042    ss  3 bdrm house. 3 baths, linished V*V *�� 2 M,m "f"* cl^"tt  tec room in basement. 666 located. Many extras, call for  Oceanmount Bhtd.6664726.S35w   details. $29,900 886-8011   134c  Roberts Creek t/2 acre lot, luly  treed, serviced. Kraus Rd. off Marlene Rd. 885-6280 135c  CUSTOM CEDAR LOG HOMES  Plans available. Various styles,  sizes. Contact DV Log Works.  615-5322 ��34w  GEORGIA MIRAGE  Great view from this level entry  townhouse with patio. Two bedroom, lull bath with jet tub, full  bath 4 dressing rm oft mstr.  Enclosed oversized single garage.  Adult oriented. RV parking available. Clubhouse, golf course, lake  in complex. Overlooks golf course  1 Keats Island. Agent Appointed.  866-2506. 135c  Retirement delight, immac, almost  new, extremely bright sgl/lvl, t  owner home. Features ceramic  tiled outside entrance, fenced  back yard w/patio, cedar garden  shed, 2 bdrms, wAnralk-in closets,  skylights, fuly equipped rec room /  social centre, forced air gas furnace and brick l/p. Price ���  $183,900. Serious concerns only.  886-2211. North Woods 110. 820  KmnlsWay. 136c  Custom hi 2400 sq.ft. 3 bdrm, 2  baths, vaulted ceilings, sunken living room, large In law site, 1000  sq. ft. shop, t/2 acre, Redroolls,  below appraisal, $225,000. 885-  7463 #34c  t/2 acre Beach Ave Roberts  Cteek Treed, 1 blk from store.  $107,000. 666-4643 days, 865-  3351 eves. #34w  Sechell townhouse: 144 - 5761  Wharf Rd, 2 bdrms, 2 baths, close  to all amenities $113,900. 986-  4667 or 6864030. Open Sal, 1-4  pm 134c  ���*  Realtors  ntworiipiritflCM  I Will H  Make more St with us  ���100% or jhwdi/s  *f  jp/itp/an  ��� top notc/i location  ���sureHit Mining  MckPiwch  M5-OS05  In Lovely W. Sechelt  OPEN HOUSE  SaL t- 3pm, 5455 Mills Rd  Great 3 bdrm. 3 bath family home.  Oak kitchen w/eatlng area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main floor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuite  6 waftln closet. Nicely landscaped  lenced backyard w/deck & hot tub.  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 665-4379.       tt  W. Sechelt, new 1350 sq. ft  rancher. DU. garage. 2 lull balhs,  3 bdrms, skylight, natural gas  heal, maple caWnets. $174,906  665-7972. *  1.   Homes &  Property ,  We've been loo busy lo announce  out new business 'ERIK  EDWARD HODDEVIK" bom AprU  13,1994 at 1:50 am, weighing 9  lbs 2 oz. A joyful little Vice President, Erik Is well-loved by Big  Brother and CEO Anders, Secretary, Janelle and Treasurer  Jostein. His loving Network Affiliates are Grandpa 6 Grandma Ed  I Barb Trail. Thanks to Dr. Karen  Scott S SI. Mary's nurses.    #34c  Kylie Mulligan would like to  announce the safe arrival ol her  baby sister Kori Rene, born al  Lions Gate at 11:25 am, Augusi  15,1994, 7 lbs 6 oz. Proud parents Lloyd & Sharie. Grandparents  Bob! 6 Bernie Mulligan, Pasley  Groeniand. Big lhanks lo Auntie  Lorle and Daddy. Thanks to Dr.  Kaye and Nurse Liz. ��34c  Karen Middlemlss is pleased to  announce the arrival of her daughter KELSEY LYNN MIDDLEMISS,  bom July 29, 1994 at 6:46 pm, 6  lbs 2 oz. Proud grandparents Ray  S Dianne Middlemlss ol Sechelt.  Special lhanks to Dr. John Lebrun  and to Carmelita, Debbie, Chris  and Judy. #34c  TROUP: Alick and Jane are  pleased to announce the birth ol  Iheir son, GRIFFIN ANGUS  McGEE, bom July 24,1994,6 lbs  14 oz. Brother for William and Nelson. Thanks lo Dr. Scott and  Nurse Louise. #34c  Monica and Kevin Stachoski are  proud to announce the arrival ol  CHELSEA LEANDRA, born July  25,1994 at 6:24 pm, weighing 6  lbs 11 oz. Out thanks to Dr. K.  Scott, assisting nurse Cheryl and  hospital stall. #34c  7.   Announcement I 7.  Announcement  Clarity counselling - Iree initial half  hour consultation. Carolyn Lincoln,  R.P.C. 685-4672. ��38c  S/F living on S. Coast enjoys outdoors, gardening, the arts, traditional Celtic / talk music plus quite  a bit more. Looking tar s/m under  40 Interested In same for possible  ongoing relationship. Reply lo Box  ���R" c/o Coast News, Box 66,  Sechelt VON 3A0. *36w  She-bear, early '30s seeks he-  bear lor lishing / foraging / swimming and hibernation... Preler n/s  humorous bear (no growlies or  grumples), 30-40 years old, with at  least a lew brain ceils and lots of  heart. Reply to Box "Q" c/o Coast  News, Box 66, Sechelt VON 3A0.  mm  SECHELT PRESCHOOL  Sepl '94 registration; small classes, quality program, 685-7212,  885-9656 #34w  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind & the body  -   .  ��� Trager��  **     '��� Acupressure  "GJ   ��� Reiki 1  ��� Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  Sp��cUllilng in womcn'i heilth  886-4274  CREEK STEP  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Tues, Thurs. Sal. 9:30 am. Complete aerobic workout with  weights. St. Aidan's Hall, Roberts  Creek. Evening classes? Call 886-  3634 tins  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available tar hauling, rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling. odd jobs.  885-3917. tfns  LOSE WEIGHT  LIKE MAGIC!  Easy lo use plan will help you Lose  as much ot 25 lbs. n 3 weels  Call 1-800-387-7546  IRIS ANALYSIS  Gives you Information concerning  your health level by observing  colour 6 structure of the iris.  Analysis is done trom photographs  which may be taken In your home  lor your convenience. Call Vonnie,  863-9653 ��34w  ham MAS t* DUt  The Environmentally  Sound Solution to  Pest Control  GUARANTEED RESULTS  Visit 10*1 Hwy 101  Glbsoni  886-7444  ECOSONIC  Save money. Find HIDDEN  TREASURE USED BOOKS at  5525 Inlet Ave, Sechelt, 459  Marine Dr., Gibsons. Selected  trades welcome. ��37w  ATTENTION COMMUTERS  Room In Vancouver house,  $200/mo. October 1.739-1197  ��34w  ANDERSON REALTY  CATALOGUE  SM6 Cowrie St., em 121*  Sechel, BC, VON 3M  66WM1FAX66W666  Van. T<* Free M44018  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl., view. Asking (149.900.594-  9310 ss  1(00 eqfl Rancher For Sale  Price reduced - pay no commission. Light ( airy, only 1 yr old.  #530 Shaw Rd. 666-2820 or 888-  3191, Steve or Sher. Pgr, 11-975-  1071 as  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc.,  cleared, 34 acre 865-0899     tt  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre, 102 It. frontage dear. Septic Ok (65.000 obo. 683-9416. tt  Commercial lot. 38x100 Farnham  Rd (79.999 965-0412 tt  OPEN HOUSE  124 pm, latitat  OCEANMOUNT ESTATE!  SOAMES POINT, IY OWNER  3 bdrm rancher, 1863 sq fl. Urge  lamily room, f/p, 2 baths, workshop Large lot Asking 1247,(00.  For viewing call 686-6398       as  ACREAGE AOBEATI CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD Quiet rural set-  ling, treed w/hydro access, 1.75 h,  asking. (185,000, no agents  please 885-3460 ss  W. Sechelt, 1/4 acre GD, partial  view lot, lully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. (79,900.  885-4862 ss  Watertront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. (150,000. Gary: eves,  1 -672-2117, days, 1 ���685-7478 tt  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to buHd, septic in,  financing. 663-9597. ss  Requite a building lot In or near  Gibsons, serviced with access for  under (50,000.686-3015 after 6.  tfns  i Creek, 1.0 acre, south-  em exposure, partially treed, building site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access. (128,000.  886-7372. tt  Commercial lot across from medical building, (95,000.965-0412.  SS  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home wih hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/n-law  tula. Zoned R2. (259,000. please  cal 885-2253, no agents        ss  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 6098 Alder-  wood Road, Halfmoon Bay,  (168,(00. Don. days at 885-2201,  evenings 885-0944 ss  This is a Mile gem for the discriminating buyer. 1200 sq. ft��� 4 yrs,  sophisticated adul house, dose to  viage Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-lilled  klchen, breakfaat area opens onto  s/t patio I garden. 2 full baths,  mastst ensuite. Big studio (easily  2 bdrms again!) Sky/It, extra big  windows Mature artistic landscaping, dog run and kennel. Appliance. No agents. 1174,(00. Cal  885*110 to view. ss  COSTA RCA  1 lot left in Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, set-  viced, private community, tropical  park wih hiking/riding trails, swimming. Close to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. (26.500 each  865-5157 ss  COATES: Passed away August  18, 1994, Norman Frederick  Coates, late ol Gibsons, age 81  years. Survived by his son Dan  (Vickie) Coates, of Delta; 2 grandchildren Suzy, at home; and Sherri, ol Calgary; 1 brother Water, of  Vancouver; 2 sisters: Geraldine  Cadenhead, ol Richmond; Dorothy  Higglnbottom, of Vancouver;  nephews ind nieces. Predeceased by his wife Pat In March  1988. No service by request. Private cremation arrangements  through Devin Funeral Home.  '     -^ ��4c  McGREGOR: Passed away  August 17,1994, Gladys McGregor, formerly ot the Sunshine  Coast, age 85 years Survived by  one daughter Marjorie (Dave)  Parry, ol Nanaimo; 6 grandchildren; 2 sisters and one brother.  Predeceased by her husband  Floyd and daughter Betty. Funeral  service Monday, August 22 at  10:30 am In Die chapel of Hollyburn Funeral Home, 1807 Marine  Dr., Wast Vancouver; Mr. Ian  Andrews officiating. Interment  Seaview Cemetery, Gibsons, at  2:30 pm. In lieu of Ilowers, donations may be made to tha BC Lung  Association. Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons, In charge ol arrangements. #34c  RUTLEDGE: Passed away August  17,1994, Robert Edward Rutledge, late of Gibsons, age 66  yen. Survived by his brother Don  (Marilyn), of Roberts Creek; and a  sister Betty, ol Stratford, Ontario.  No service by request. Private cremation arrangements through  Devlin Funeral Home. Tha lamily  extends the! sincere thanks to al  ol the support groups and workers  who wen so kind to Bob.     134c  NOTICE: The Items belonging to  the lollowing people will be disposed ol it not picked up from the  Sechel Coast News office by Aug.  31,1994: Gloria Pye; Stan Dixon;  W. Sechel Elementary Odyssey  of the Mind team; S. Coast Dance  Society; Mr. 6 Mrs. Mervin Adam;  George Smith, AmeriSpec. Our  olfice is located at 5721 Cowrie  St., Sechel, across from the Shell  station. ��35cs  I like my own company but sometimes I gets lonely in paradise. I  am a tall, slim, strawberry blonde,  early 30's, light smoker, s/d. I  share a happy Hie with a sweet little boy and an energetic dog. We  would love lo meet a kind, happily  employed friend who is also seeking good limes, romance and is  not 'commitment phobic'. Reply  to Box "P" c/o Coast News, PO  Box 68, Sechel. #35c  Retired 71 year old widower seeks  55-85 ysar old woman lor companionship, who enjoys outdoor  activities, travelling and entertaining. Smoker 8 social drinker OK.  Please reply to Box 1654, Sechel  VON SAO. #35w  TALK UVE TO A  REAL GIFTED PSYCHIC!  1-900-451-3530 Ext. 1079  (3.(9 per mln. mutt be 18. New-  cAlld. (602) 954-7420.     135c    Canasta t Frustration player, SECHELT FARMER'S MARKET  looking for same, older lemale. First 6 third Sat., 10-1 pm, behind  685-9108 134c  Gilligan's Pub. 137c  Rainbow Preschool  has openings tor 3 ��� 4 year olds.  Fall/94. Call Jan. 885-3707   134c  Freckles Weer  Children's clothing is on the Coast.  Unique, colourful 100% cotton! To  view or book home party call Jan.  665-3707 #34c  C#e0tHo'����  Registered Nurses  ~  Homemokers - Gardeners  Bonded & Insured  HELPofy*WAY  GtsonstoPtsrnietHabcxjr  mm   LMm  T tJ^P      Reeve  II IF* 886-3188  |   few886-3714  Tall, fun-loving 40 yr ok), attractive, energetic hard working mother of 1, n/s, SD, DWF, looking for  tai secure guy wih a good sense  of humour. Let's meet lor collee.  Reply to Box N, c/o Box 68,  Sechel BC, VON 3A0 ��34c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Cal for info 866-  0954 or 685-5364. tfn  7, Announcements  HIGHLAND DANCING  Instruction by Angus MacKenzie  (lormer World Champion) lor all  ages (male/female). Join now for  Sept. start-up. Into: 685-0676.  I36w  SECHaT KARATE CLUB  Welcomes new members lor It  fai session. Experienced instruction wih emphasis on safety, finals, and excetence ol technique.  Any level of experience welcome.  Training Mon. 1 Wed. eves, in  Sechel, beginning Sept. 12. For  into, cal 865-9273 or 8864434.  #35w  AT  Sechelt Book Stores  NOW  "On Dem ��*olden Slippers"  by Baine (BreH) Mitten  ...nostalgic history of  /tynj, logging,  family anecdotes   8 recipes   The lamily of Joan Donaldson  wish lo extend their sincere thanks  to the many Iriends and associates of Herbert L. Donaldson for  Iheir support during his recent  loss. Special thanks to the ambulance crew, emergency ward staff  and the stall of I CU and a special thank you to Or Bruce Robinson ��34c  THANKS to sil my dients lor making CATHYS HOME CLEANING a  success this lint year. Cathy  #34w  cNWren'e wear  New fai catalogue now available.  Beck to School Specials. Call tor  mora Inlormation or to book a  party. 865-0916. Hn  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroofing and repairs, our specialty. For a FREE estimate call Al,  685-1269. *35w  Jesse and Samantha have a new  cousin, CODY ALAN MICHAEL  PETERSON. He was bom in Kamloops on July 16, 1994. Very  proud parents are Mike I Jane  ���34c  WHAT?  Wendy, formerly of Supershape  and Michelle, formerly of Headquarters would Hie to inform thek  clients that they are off to Los  Angeles to attend the Sassoon  Academy, returning to work In the  new location, Sept. 7, at Teredo  Hair Monona, 685-9495.    W8w  Counselling tor individual couples  and families. Also support 1 consulate lor step families. Call  Mary Lang (MSW). (RSW).  866-814* M*��  Lonesome senior gent wishes lo  enioy family atmosphere. Would  iiks to meet young couple with  smal kids In Sechel. Would like  occasional visits both ways. 685-  6082 ��*���  WANTED  Keeper ��� Pieyen foe  MiHsovm  ��  30  SOCCIRTIAM  *MS3D  Back to school with PLEAIE  MUM kids' clothes, fall catalogues  ate here. Gift certificates avail,  when having a party. 865-5669  Airlie. ��34w  Carpet lumps removed and burnt  holes. CaH Ray 686-8934.    135c  Stress and tension release.  Reflexology 6 accupressure.  Phone Artelgh tor appt. 686-9234  ���34c  The Wellness Centre Physiotherapy Services (off North Rd on Kiwanis Way) in Gibsons is pleased to  announce that Katie Angermeyer,  RPT, is seeing clients for Susan  Edmonds during the 2nd and 4th  weeks ol August. By appointment  686-2650. ��34c  "HD.i\CE  f  ACADEMY  TAP-JAZZ-BALLET  Registration  Tuesday August 30 or  Thuraday September 1  6 -8pm  Kinsman Hall  Call 886-4890  New in Gibsons Landing  ONE  HOUR  PHOTO  287 Gower Pt. Rd  811114581!  Sunshine Coeet  Transition House.  A sale place lor women and children In crisis Free conlidential 24  hour service. 865-2(44 tfn  Learn to Scuba Due  this summer at  IHE  r.J8.  LOCKER  ^fcg  IMcxiblc schedule -  All equipment supplied  Courses start weekly  #1O2,lOMH*nf101,  886-0236  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children flourish in a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup - Grade 5  L'ecole Passe-Psrtout  Camp Douglas, Roberls Creek  Now taking registrations for September, 1994. 685-5363, 886-  9074 134c  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  . A complimentary makfcover  lhal creates Ihe effect you  want - natural, career or  dramatic.  ' A glamour look that  perfectly complements. < .  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhal will  enhance your features.  - Maty Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  3LMAR.V KAV  1*1 tOttf I II��UIT <WKI��  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  Career weeriawty mjwMs  HAIR* NAILS BY VICTORIA  HAS MOVED  to Hair We Are. Tues - Sat, 686-  2222.1 invite all my clients to see  me there. *34c  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  8854206,24 hour line. tfn  Colonic irrigation. Call Carolyn,  8654857 #36w  Anyone ever involved wilh BC  TEEN TOWNS contact Lana, 686-  2677. Re: reunion information.  ���36w  Always tired? Physically drained,  stressed out, overweight? "Feel  the power*. Amazing new herbal  breakthrough. Money back guaranteed. Call 685-4762        I34w  FORIT POTTERY  Open Friday and Salurday 9 am ���  3 pm or by appointment 686-2543  1040 Chamberlin Road, Gibsons.  138c  8. Recreation  LUXURIOUS  THREE BUOYS HOUSEBOAT  wih all amenilies on Okanagan  Lake in Kelowna for rent with or  without Captain. Great ssvingS  August 21 onwards. 1 (604) 763-  7683 or 1(604) 764-2549.    #34c  9. Weddings &  Anniversaries  FUL THE DIFFERENCE  Are you serious aboul losing  weight or tired, no energy? We are  11 leaders In health 8 nutrition  WE GUARANTEE RESULTS! All  natural products. 686-3067. 683-  9375. I34W  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? CallAIAnon  886-9903, 665-7464, 866-9059  Al-Aleen 686-2565 or 685-7484.  nc  Black 6 whle long haired cat. Wilson Creek area. 865-4594.  I34w  Giorgio Armani prescription gists  es In brown hard-backed case,  between Bonniebrook in Gibsons  * Sechel. Aug. 17. Rewsrd. 886-  7002 I34w  Grey cat w/whle chest markings.  'Charlie.' Veterans 8 Fitchett If  tound please take to SPCA 134c  Part Siamese cat, female, missing  since approx. Aug. to In Wood  Bay, Middlepoint area. 663-2559.   ��34c  Cat. while w/btown spots, male, 3  yis old, declaweO. btown tail. 885-  0363. 134c  Thursday. August It, leaving  Langdale Terminal, a plastic bag  containing three boxes ol silk covered earrings fell oft my van onto  the road. A man was seen picking  il up and driving away in a pale  brown car It this was you or I you  have any information regarding Is  whereabouts, please contact Brian  or Louise at 866-4947 or 1-732-  0534 collect. #34c  ���YfiT-V.-'-���.'' vft* ���- --��� "'���;-'>�����.���**  _______  mw_t__^m^m  _____________________m  maim  __________ Coast News, August 22,1994  15  17. Garage Sales      ��� 21   For Sale  One pr. child's new shoes, Sechel Sunday, Aug. 28, beginning al 8  area. 865-9486. #34*  am at Pender Harbour Golf  Course. ��34W  Jacket 6 keys found at Sechelt Gambier Silkscreen 'End ot Sum-  Seniors Centre, Aug. 18, phone to me'' Oarage sale. Clothing only,  describe. 865-3513. ��34w Mostly T-shirts, some discontin-   1  ued, some seconds and some just  Ladies mountain bike, Madeira j**1 ��'���? d!,als- 9' 4;3��' sa-  Paik. 863-9635.              ��34w Au9-27- 3^3 South Fletcher. 886-  0711.  #34w  Large set ot keys on ring at bus  stop on Cowrie St., Mon. Aug. 15.  Claim al Coast News olfice, 5721  Cowrie St., Sechel. #34c  12. Pets & Livestock  Bring happiness 8 love into your  home - 2 lovebirds, (25 each; new  cage, (10.885-1985. #36w  Magnificent Maggie, Jersey milk  cow, gentle. (600.883-2926.��36w  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, in-home and in-  kennel training available. Problem  solving, puppy classes (8-12 wks),  cett'd trainer. 806-2854.      ��35w  Border King horse trailer, 7 ft.  height, surge brakes, (2500 obo.  666-7966. ��35w  5 yr. chestnut 1/2 Arab gelding,  (1500. Syr. buckskin 1/2 Arab  filly, (1500. Gentle pels, not ridden. To approved homes only, no  agents or stables. 866-0995.135w  Welsh pony, 12 hh, sound, good  disposition, includes Western tack.  686-2430 or 685-2726.       #35w  Gentle bomb-free pony, good wih  kids, (1200 obo. 665-4787   134c  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Since 1(80  Dog 8 Cal Boarding  ���Science Diet" pet foods  Dog Obedience Classes  Sunshine Coasl Salmonid  Enhancement Sociely is having a  tun gatage sale, Saturday, Aug.  27, Chapman Creek Hatchery, 10  - 3. 865-4136 inquiries and p/u.  Please support your hatchery.   ��34w  Multi-family, end ol Osprey, Porpoise Bay, near duck pond. Rain  or shine. Sal., Aug. 27,9-3 pm.  ���34w  SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE  GOLDFISH  ORNAMENTAL 8 POND  ���36c  19. Appliances  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sales - Service ol reconditioned  majot appliances.  * large selection * warranty'  Bjorn 665-7697  ���34w  Motorola 8600 cell phone ml oil  peak plan, (75 obo. 885-5133  *34w  ttn  Two yr old Border Collie X, very  friendly, good w/kids, spayed 8 6  yr old Shepherd X, neutered male,  very mellow, good w/kids, need a  good home, family moving over-  i. 885-4276 ��34w  Metz Appliance  nauA ai xepalr  Repair to all makes of  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Piano Tuning  *.  ��� repalH  'appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Mathushek 6 Son (New York) cabinet grand piano 8 bench, (800.  686-3842. th  THE JOY OF MUSIC STUDIO:  Voice, piano, keyboard, theory.  Rear 8863 Whart St., Sechelt.  865-5552. ��39w  Private piano lessons. Royal Conservatory ��� Beginners ��� Limited  space-Eileen lewis. 886-8568.  136c  Vantage Chef Atkins style hollow  body electric gutai with hard case.  (5001km. 666-2373. ��36c  Upright piano, Bush Gerts. (900;  Seth Thomas metronome, (20.  685-33(6. ��35w  Saxophone lessons 6 |azz theory.  Cal Tim, 686-7704 ��34w  Antique upright piano. Clinton,  hwy keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound (1000.8854306.  ths  Clean H. 686-6775.  ��36w  Smal t bdrm house or shack wih  storage shed, preter place off  beaten path, access to hydro 8  phone. Wantsd by single old age  pensioner, at least until April or  May 1995. Smoker and have dog.  866-2369 except Tues. 8 Fridays,  10-3 pm. *36c  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold 6 Silver  Video Etc.  8884(12  f year old GE washer 6 dryer,  both extra capacity, still under  warranty. Asking (700.866-7906.  #35w  FRIDGE - white, R-hinge, (125.  STOVE - white, (200. STOVE -  gold, $75.886-3113. *35w  Kenmore portable washing  machine, 1 yr old, hardly used.  White, $500.885-5206        I34W  20. Furniture  Brown arborite kitchen table, 2  leaves, 4 chairs, (75.886-8557.  ���36w  Moving. Glider chair, dining room  teak hutch 6 cabinet, task book  shelves, twin bedroom set, double  dresser 6 high boy. 885-7519.  ��36w  3 pee. leather couch set, cream,  matching glass coffee table, 2 yrs.  old, (500 firm. 685-0265.     ��35c  Two 9 drawer dressers, wih mirrors, 1 satin maple, (250 obo, t  pine, (125 obo; one queen  waterbed, w/padded nt 8 liner 6  400 w. htr., 12 baffle mattress,  (250 obo; ��� 4 rills gun rack  w/drawer. (10; one twin bed rail  with wheels, (20.685-7354 after 6  pm. ��35c  Oueen size sofa bed, exc. cond.,  (375 obo; single box spring  w/metal bed frame, (100; Ikea single bed, dresser, desk, she! unit.  8863856 ��35c  Floral couch, (300; 2 large burgundy chairs, (300 pr.; misc.  household items. 885-4672  ��34w  Queen size hide-a-bed, cream  peach stripe, exc. cond, (425 obo;  attic folding stairs, (75.885-2771  (34c  SILKSCREEN REPRO CAMERA  AGFA Repromaster, 1000 developer 1823 Image, pad computer.  CaH Diane 540-8300. ��34w  Michtnitt toon wtti choot MM*  wrfght tods. (86-2431.      ��36w  Sears chipper/shredder, 5 hp Brig-  gs 6 Stralton, (450 obo. 865-  3602. #34c  Scooter Pacer Plus 11. one owner,  Looking for Casio or Roland or m anmn mt,_.aim.  Tomlee or Yamaha touch sensitive  ^^ ���&.���_, IMm  keyboard tor a 6 yr old 886-8415    _   eves ��34c  Futon lor sale. 666-9543     ��34c  ttn  Hooked on Phonics kit Good used Fridge, (325. queen bedlrame,  camera, large preschool bike. (35; glass 6 brass shower stall.  883-9359 ��34c   $40 885-4624 after 6  ��36c  HUeabed, beige tones. 885-5699. Queen size malms 6 box spring,  M4w exc. cond., (200; 2 drawer metal   ���  desk, (30; whle entertainment  To a good home, white lemale vMMum $30 865-3955.  Chow X Samoyed, 2 yrs. old, 1st #36c  shots. 685-4073. ��34w ���.   ��� '  6 mos. old: Kenmore extra capaci-  5 kittens to good homes. 866- ^ M ���,���,, t dryer set j^  8008  ���34c  685-2919.  ��34w  Urge dog houses, 32x36. 885- S|Ud, u 92 ���4-, $3 ,a. 865-  0368. ��3*��  934, ��3&  Manual typewriter, good cond. [jui CiUltkln Hc)Hfl cupboards.  885-2378.      ��4c j150o obo. 686-7978. ��36c  Infant's crib 6 mattress, good Eastern Canadian knotty pine  oood.B85-0115. M4c hutch, made in early'60s, 65" h,  NmM ��*..*��.����� 36ffl 17' deep. (225 tm  0624. ��34c 8"-��5M     _  Black 8 Deckei 9 amp elec.  mower, 2 yrs. old, (85.665-7651.  ���340  Ikea baby highchair, (30; 2 child's  car seals, (35 ea.; Alkot love seat,  (20; change table, (45; 2 strollers,  (40 ea.; baby monitor, (30; baby  backpack, (25; girl's 12 in. bike,  $20; two Michelin 175-14 winter  radial tires on rims, (100/pr.;  men's laige Wardell dry diving  suit, used 10x, (200; Kenmore  washer/spin dryer, (100; Norco  bike rack, as new, (25; oak self-  contained sewing cabinet, (400  (all lams obo). 885-3596.     D36c  17 bundles black interlock shingles, all for (150 or (10 each.  885-7977 eves. ��36c  77 Chev 3/4 ton p/u 6 11 It.  campei, (1000; 18 ft. Roadway  travel trailer, (550; Troll Gurdles,  (200; 40 ft. steel lampost, (300.  885-8869. ��36c  Mate's bed, 3 drawers, maltress,  headboard 6 night table, (175 obo  lor set. 686-3279 afler 3 pm. 136c  Hideabed, (100; wooden microwave stand, (20; single bed ml  bookcase headboard, (150; 3  drawer wooden dresser, (30; 5  drawer wooden dresser, (20; 2  drawer metal desk, (20; wooden  picnic table, (40; cedar bench,  (50; hanging basket chair, (30.  886-9765. ��36c  SNOWBOARDS  to Morrow Spoonnose 160, used  only 10 limes, $400;'92 Button M6  asym. race board ml Burton plate  bindings, (350.866-7096.    (36c  Used lumber, 2x6, 8 to 16 fl., no  cedar, 251 It. Phone 686-21(1  after 6 pm. (36c  GOLDFISH  CLEARANCE SALE  SUPPLIES  TANKS-PUMPS-ETC.  TROPICAL FISH  5 fl. coffee table 8 2 end tables,  solid wood, (100; Kent wood  stove, (750; weedealer, $25;  mural, t2 fl. 8 In. x 9 ft., (20;  handmade lireplace, (45; video  camera 8 accessories, VCR brand  new, $1000; Pentax camera as  new, 3 lenses, good LP records  Ot to (1.885-9597. ��35c  200 w. Kenwood amplifier, high  speed dble cassette deck, 5 CD  carousel 8 3-way speakers, cuslom stand. Reduced: (1650 complete. Lou 888-7774. #35c  21. For Sale  TOP SOL '82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  sand, gravels. Reasonable rates,   dutch, brakes, (3100.666-6032.  865-5070,685-8366, Doug  #34w ss  1183  Grandfather clock from Germany,  oak, many leatures, beveled  glass. 886-8550. 53  Wh��e 4 cyl. Chrysler Reliant, exc.   running cond., p/s, p/b, woman drl-  Sears 9' garage door 6 opener  ver, (1500 obo. 866-6129.   *35w  (new 1000 ea.) (650.685-0244. ss  5 rolls ot FAX paper 8 1/2'x328',  1" core, $5.95 per roll. 666-2622.  tfns  '55 Chevy pick up, 263 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor,  rebuilt, $1500.885-5467.        ss  '60s  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moteriolt  French Doora/lnl.-Ext. Doors  Alum.ii Vinyl Window!  Ughling/Kilcheni  Bathroom Fixture* etc.  VWtatrsfenorcdl  ������>���������������  5653 WhorfRd, Sechek  RecydelSove  MON-SAT9om-5om  Used photocopier, Savon 7120  w/stand, 12 copies per minute.  (900.686-4643. ��35c  CASH PAD  For old mantel or wai grandfather  clocks, pocket witches (working  or not), |ewelery, furnlure, anything old. 666-3905. ��35c  Colour pencil portraits horn your  favourite photo. Pets, family,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box291, Gibsons, BCVON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6-6 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tfns  Hell-ox-18 band mask 6 hoses  wih communications gear, (3000;  T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, staler filer, etc. Hydro  |ust expired auto shutolf at 3100  psi, $3500 886-9464 tfns  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Green Onion Earth Station  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWING  886-2020  UtOOt NEW MMMOa��nv  24 Hr. Emergency Towing  'Fully Insured and Reliable'  Guaranteed Qood.Used  Parts for moat makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  ���4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel  Drive end Some Do Drive-  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and tow soma  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  '61 Chevy p/u truck, short box,  lowered 350 4 spd., $2600 obo.  686-9461. ��35c  70s  '75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuil, price slashed  (4995.665-7516. ss  '76 Ford Ranger 4x4, 1/2 ton  campei special, exc. cond. (3800.  666-3992. ss  '77 Ford 150 4x4. 60 box, new  tires, tuff box. Good cond. (2600  obo. 886-4650 ss   76 GMC van, 6 cyl., short wheel  F<* ��* t3 ft. travel trailer, sleeps  base. Good running order. (1500.  '��� J2���"** ��� *2���� *"��� 865-5307  885-5461. I36w ��35��  25  Campers & RVs  79 211, bailer, fridge, stove, fum.,  h/w, awning. (5495 obo. or  accept part-trade tor boat 6 motor  to (2000 value. 885-0512     1134c  Ttavel trailer by Terry. Spacious,  full kl., bath, sleeps 8. Immaculate  cond. Phone 685-4046 eves for  viewing. Priced lo sal. ss  17 ft travel trailer: fridge, stove,  turn., shower, etc. (2000 obo.  883-9450 eves 136c  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  full bathroom, stove, fridge, lurnace. Sleeps 6. (3950.665-3996  ss  20 tt. Frontier, shower, toilet,  stove, lurnace, fridge, all working.  Recond. engine. (7000 obo. Can  be seen at ��63, Wilson Crk. RV  Park ss  1984  tfn  Gibtont Mibili  Saw Un\n  Plainsawn, Quattersawn,  & Bevel  S86-346S  GOOD HAY  ROWBale Delivered  Garden Mulch Hay (3.50  Whole oets 10c*  Ctll Bttwitn 12-lpffl  (85-1357  ���36c  Moving: selling twin bedim set,  highboy, teek bookshelf, cabinet,  hutch, etc., exercise equip. 8 calendar collection. 885-7519. ��35w  For all your  renovation needs tall  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ���Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  Call Bruce 885-19*9-  DAHUAS GALORE  Sunshine Acre Farms on top ol  Seima Park Rd. 10ffs of 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,  libreglass lifeboat, old Iruck and  camper, misc. items. 8654869.  m��  Craftsman 5 hp rotobiler, Ike new,  $600; 25 gal. fish tank, complete  w/fish, new (450, sacrilice, (200;  3 dressers, 1 minor, (75 aa; electric lift recliner chair, used 1  month, new (1500, sacrilice (600.  8664991. ��35w  Two partner 500 chain saws, exc.  cond, (250/both. 6864522. 135c  New 24x108 shuffleboard, (295;  18 ft. sailboat (formerly Beachcombers) (899 or trade lor car.  8864934. #35c  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed firewood, spd 8 delivered.  ful cords, (100, cedar available.  8864349 ��36w  6 pc patio furniture set; sold pine  water bed. Oueen size, no-wave  mattress, zero EMF healer; crib,  mattress 6 betiding set; play pen;  Singer sewing machine (multl-  stlch) w/taUe; office-style swivel  chair; tv/stereo stand Simplicity  rldt-on lawn mowf; oMfMHOMd  pram 886-7152 W4w  OfMUt itudt  35�� a I; fir 2x4. 35�� a I; fir 2x6.  49* a ft; fir 2x8. 79�� at fl; cedar  siding. 1x8 channel 4�� a I. Delivered, no taxee. Cal 885-8306. tfne  Must sell. Dune buggy. Street  legal. Ready to go. 685-2461 ��34w  MM  '68 Firebird, big block 400 Munci 4  spd ml Hurst shifter. Eatom United slip rearend (2000 obo 886-  3349 SI  70a  73 Super Beetle, (2500 obo.  683-9234. SS  1(78  78 Dodge Aspen near new tin,  good running cond., (575 obo.  886-7099. ��36w  78 Merc. Monarch, new trans.,  running gear, Hurst stiller, (1500.  685-4165. ��35w  78 Westfalia VW van, exc. In 8  out, runs great, 1800 cc, Alpine  stereo. Muet sel, (3000 obo. 683-  26(0 ��34c  1I7��  '64 Reliant, good cond. No rust.  Low kms. (1995.6864306 ��34w  '84 Subaru sin. wgn., 5-spd,  stereo, sunroof, new exhaust, running well, (650.8654568    ��34c  '84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std., 1 owner, exc. cond. (3495  firm. Call 665-3943 and leave  message. ss  '64 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/l,  a/c, ���extras, (2950,865-9648 aa  '88 Camaro Z28, new Mop, new  camp TA ��� tires, Iroc rims,  brekee, paint, eterier, heater  core ��� new business requires  truck, must sell. MOM. 886-  3382. (36c  '86 Hyundai Pony, in great shape,  automatic. (1500 obo. 886-2999SS  '66 OMs Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, (57(5.686-7150.  is  '87 Pontiac Acadian, low km, 2 dr.,  std., good cond., (1500.865-  6289. (34c  '87 Mercury Tracer, 90,000 km,  diamond coating, exc. cond.,  (3000.886-2417. ��35w  '87 Dodge Omni, 94,000 km, good  cond, no rust. (1700 885-5102 ss  79 Landcruiser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  warn winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, (6500 obo 886-7600. ss  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh, drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  (4995 obo. 886-7099. ss  1(81  '81 F100 p/u, very reliable, work /  pleasure truck, new battery, good  ties, (1400.8854156.       ��35w  '81 International 5 ton, propane,  mechanically certified. Best offer  or trade for smaller truck. 885-  3506 ss  1(84  '64 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8664204. ss  '64 S10 Bluer 4x4 Tahoe pkg.,  low mileage, chip guarded, exc.  cond. Moving, must sell. (5500.  ���36c  6x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 685-2100. as  1990 dlx. 24'motorhome A-t condition. 886-9026. as  30 fl. travel trailer, remodeled, gas  stove, furnace, shower, (8500.  6864202. IS  6' t/g 8 wood boat w/relable Johnson 3 hp. First (250 takes. 886-  9145. ��36w  'Good Buy* Avon inflatable boat,  111/211.8 Honda o/b motor, 71/2  hp, newly serviced. (2300 obo.  885-7717. ��36c  1(88  '85 Ford Ranger, grey w/black  canopy, 77,000 km, 5 spd., 6 cyl.  (2900obo.685-9561.        ��35w  '85 Ford Ft 50 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd.  cond, (8900.885-0109. tt  1(88  '86 Ford Aerostar. Camperized  van., V6, (4800.886-3290   134c  Compact 21 It. l/g s  4, marine head, 6 hp Merc, (3700  obo. 683-2015. (36c  14 1/2 It. K8C runabout, 65 hp  Evinrude, E-Z load trailer, c/w fish  finder, rod holders, paddles, 2 gas  tanks. Moving, must sell. (1(00  obo 886-4688 136c  Iff l/g boat w/oars, (300. Magma  marine bbq, $135.686-7207. ��35w  16 fl. Houston 70 hp Johnson tor  parts, trailer, (950 obo. 8854776.  ���35w  Lost: 7 ft. Galleon dinghy, Halfmoon Bay, Aug. 1.885-5373.  Easy Rider kayak - canoe, very  stable, light, (750.886-3113.��35w  '88 Chev 1/2 ton p/u, 305 auto, For sale - moorage or anchor  p/s, p/b, Ht, (5995 Obo. 8864512  buoy, 4? dia. (489.1-2744761.  afler 5 pm 6834848. tt  ��35w   '88 Ford Bronco II 4x4 XLT.  16" K 8 C w/traller, 60 Merc, tap,  Loaded, (8500.683-2033   ��34w  sounder, (5500 obo. 886-3036.   : . ��35w   Your Logs to Lumber  Custom Sawmlng done  on your property  to your specifications.  885-3506  '68 Sprint, 2 dr., 81,000 km, 6  spd, (1600.665-3842.       ��36w  r* ronttac uuneso, stereo, pre,  p/b, runs great. (500 obo. 885-  7486.       ��36w  79 Porsche 924,5 spd, (72,000 '86 Dodge Aries s.w, only 55,000  ml., nsw tkes, dutch, major tune kms, very darn, great family car,  up. Trade for car, boat? (4,200. (3750 ObO. 688-7648.        M5w  8884161. tt       ������^��������� '68 Honda Accord, S speed, 4  79 GMC Jimmy 4>4, black, doors, naw tires 8 battery, axe.  (1800.8854837. N6w cond.(7(00.885-2541        ��35c  v,- ij I.-', y-^,-rr:��"i'JtiR|y�� 9 tt tnftstsble w/eats, ���  ���89 Ford rmnlMMatA+m-nitm HuunfrttedWIWHMS  MM3W tfns  obo.885-2831. 135c  '88 Z-71 stepside 4x4,  loaded, must sel. 666-7484.  fully  is  Smal W.H.-apptoved wood stove,  (250, Simply Accounting tor DOS.  8864368 ��4w  79 Ford Fairmont, good running '88 Chev Corsica 4-door auto, p/s,  condition, new transmission,  p/b, tilt, cruise, music ��� asking  .888-5102. tt  $4460.8884210 ��34w  GROWER DilECT DEMO SALE  Hanging baskets, bedding pansies Kitchen cabinets, complete, (750;  and new varieties. Glorious color wood framed dbl. glaze opening  lor your patio and garden. See us windows, 8W, (250, 5W, (200;  at 1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, or cal soaker tub, (150; vinyl dbl. glaze  Ecosonic 886-7444. ��5w windows; SUNCO, 6854869 ��34w  Entertainment centre, (200; one  office chair. (25.6864161. ��35w  MUST SELL  Bamboo curtains, 1/2" re-bar, canning jars, light fixtures, Decotonic  Sealer, wicker rocking horsa,  child's desk, dog house, lamp,  lounge, baby car seat aluminum  clothes rack, wardrobe, de-humidl-  lier, house lacks, pick axe, day  pols, aquarium filter, National  Geographies, whle bath sink, car  tape deck and speakers. 865-  1842. M5w  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, (28 sq. yard  Flour ml, (78; 1x12 tent, (100;  2hp 10' Grinder, (200; Singer  treadle sewing machine, (ISO.  886-7473 alter 4pm 134c  Maytag heavy duty w $ d; aluminum truck rack; Tiger torch,  Microwave wai shal, (oak), (40;  older model d/w, often? 8854816  ���34c  1    UNLIMITED    ;  !FREE KMs;  ��� SKOOKUM ���  1 CHRYSLER ',  ! Rental Cars '  886-3493!  in  ���88 Chev Eurosport wagon. 5 spd,  108,000 kms, a/c, am/lm cass.,  one owner. Exc. shape. (5(00.  1864727 H  88 Cavalier Z24, V4, Pwr. sunroof w/a��. Exc. cond. (6,800 060.  886-7854 afl 5:30pm. tt  '68 Nissan Sentra 8 sp., red,  AM/FM can. deck, new front tires,  exc cond., (4600 060 6664837  sa  89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  can., dean 8 comlortable, (MOO.  888-2133. tt  '90 Ford XLT Ranger 4x4, standard V6, canopy. (11,500. 666-  (188 ��34w  ���91 Chevy S10, black, s/b, Pioneer  stereo. Great condition. (6280  ObO. 886-7098. (36c  1H2  '92 Dodge Dakota ext. cab p/u,  low mitoege. (13,000.863-2033  ���34W  '80 Chevette, immaculate, 58,000 1888  k original. New Ires. (1400.666- ^^ ~  4540 I36w      *^^ noneer, owes, SM, p/w,  Kayaking lite jacket, comfy 6  Antique tractor, (350 865-2213.  cheap, call 666-7355 tfns     M6c  Wedding band 6 engagement  ring, appraised at (2400. 885-  2670. ��36c  Fir or alder, (120. Spll 8 delivered, (86-7774. ��35w  Four subspeakers, ��2.10 Inch ���  12,12 inch, (200/pak 8654165.  (35w  Moving Sate: wooden desk, mew  typing table, kilchen table and  chairs, vinyl lounge rocker with  matching ottoman, 3 piece set  salesman sample cases, new  backpack wih aluminum Irame.  685-3396 ��5w  5 ft marble lacuzzi and vanly top,  (550 obo 665 2096 ��36w  Bunk beds, (12$; old coat rack,  $25; old sm. sink, (75; youth's  mountain bike, (75; BMX bike,  (100.8884748. ��38w  Sel of glass patio doors wih hardware. (126; 2 exterior wood doors,  $100 ea; 1 interior door, (75;  dishwasher, h.g, as is, (tOO. After  5 pm, 686-0560. ��35w  2 new taupe / rose / green brocade love seals, microwave, typewriter, armchair 886-2428   ��35w  1981 Honda PA50 mopad bike,  (475 obo. (86-3038. I35w  Genuine Australian opals, (28 8  up. 685-2471. t35c  Two mattresses, 39x80, excellent  condllon 885-4098 f35c  Freak cSverbearing  Strawberries  U-PlcU  $ 1.001b  Open Wed A Weekends  5873 Mason Rd. 885-3306  ���80 Camaro 350 auto, new shocks  6 exhaust, low mileage. Moving,  muet ael. (1600 obo. I  p/a. c/cont. $13,500.883-Z722.  1K0  vuerries  '80 Ford Pinto, (350.6864229  ���34w  _^ fX Nissan Sentia, gray, auto, 4  dr., (8500 obo. 888-3279 alter 3  pm. (38c  19" colour Zenith TV, remote.  Make good second. (150.686-  9798 OSw  "poolers turntable, electric lawn-  mower, truck |ack, stereo stand.  686-3003 (V. mess.) *34w  Quantity heavy duty treie tendng  wih poets. Gravel shaker. Cement  mixing gahrwized bowl 6864996  ���34W  Airtight wood stove with stainless  steel cal connected to aux. h/w  8 hpBriggs 6 Stralton water pump  ml 3ln. outlet. (200; 50 fl lengths  ot hose, (40; Vlas maple coffee  table, (80; Vlas and tables, (30  ea; 20 hp Johnson o/b, (600;  Dynacheck auto analyzer, (125,  Golden Jet wel pump, (100 865-  2213 ��34c  Glass lireplace door w/screen.  Portable fireplace screen (offers);  almost new oak entertainment  centre w/glass door, (400 obo;  Apple II GS computer 5' (loppy  disk drive. Imegewritet II printer,  colour monitor, (600 obo. 886-  4880 134c  250 gel ol tank (ful), lower Gibsons. Swap tor utity trader, yard-  work, why 685-3433 ss  60 Votswagen Jetta. (1200 obo.   6654469, N. mew. W4w .��� m,lcu^ Cdij,,, auto., air,  ���60 Honda Accord, auto, Iront P"*. ���**. ������� *-*������ ��MW  wheel drive, runs exc, Int/ext good kms, (15,000 obo. (684623.   tt  con, (1200obo. (63-2630   ��34c  1(81  61 Eagle 4-wheel drive, runs  good, 1700.888-2987 ��35c  81 Mustang. Recent paint.  Immaculate Inlerior. New tkes. I-  roofs asking (2500 6664662  ���34c  '81 Cougar 2 door, aulo, sun root,  new brakes (850 obo. 8664993  ss  ���91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp, 2 dr,  sir, tl 6 can. 16900.886-2688.  IM  82 Plymouth Retsnt (2 cars), running cond., (400 obo. 885-78(7.  Bjom. 136*  '82 Renault 5 - runs well, needs  work. (300 ObO. 8854571.   134c  REAL BEAUTY!  '82 2802X petted cond, T-rool. 4  w disc brakes, new Ires, rusl tree  Special white pearl coat paint.  $4800 or trade tor smal p/u, same  vakil. (854388 attet 6 pm.  135c  '82 Artel stn. wegon. 4 cyl, auto,  p/s, fib. (800.8854706     ��34w  Must sell! 19(2 Mazda 323SE  hatchback, aulo, ps/pb, am/fm  radio cassette. 7500 km. 666  0017 ��36w  '(2 silver Tracker, 6000 km. Ike  new, (13.500.6864(91.    ��35w  Must sell! 1992 Mazda 323 SE,  hatchback, auto, ps/pb, am/lm  radio cassette. 7500km. 8864017  ���35w  '92 Honda Civic, white, Sony  ststeo. exc. cond. (9000. 886-  2341 ss  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves,     ss  1883   CLEAROUT! Used Ikes, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  (85-7167 tt  1977 Triple ECtess A motorhome,  28 ft., exc. cond., (16,800 firm.  885-2808. nam  28 ft. Komfort Travel Trailer.  Fridge, stove, bathroom, shower.  Big enough to Ive It. (2500 obo.  (85-2213. KAm  1(77 Nomad 201/2 foot travel  trailer, 3 way Iridge, stabilizer  bars, good condllon, as k (2500  8(6-2504. tfns  1(81 Chev 350 camper van.  Fridge/stove/heater al propane.  Unique lold out side bedroom to  queen size. Rear curtained potty.  Ono ota kind. (10,500 eves. 886-  2185 ��38w  1(78 Frontier 16 1/2 It, good  cond, sleeps 4 comfortably,  (7.600 665 9909 ��6c  1973 Custom Coach 23II. travel  trailer. Add on wih wood heater.  (2800 obo Wilson Creek Camp  Ground. 8854066. ��35w  Ready tor take off! 2t II. Vanguard  5th wheel. Shower, stove / oven,  furnace, w/boat loader. Optional  1979 Dodge 1 ton 4-spd w/5th  wheel. 885-2738. *35w  24 ft. motorhome, '89 Slumber  Queen. Rear bdrm, awning, dash  sir, air-helper springs. 84,000 km,  Ike new. (25,000.6854455 ��34w  Camper van, 1966 Dodge maxi  (Islander conversion), (13,900.  665-9491 *34c  1976 Chevy camper van, raised  roof, fridge, sink, good ties, well-  ffllint., economic, (2500. 685-  3568 ��34c  16 tt. aelboy cabin boat, trim tabs,  M canvas, 120 Merc crutee, (Wc,  rebuilt lag, sounder, VHF, CB,  compass, sleeper seats, trailer,  (7,000 obo, wi consider smaller  boat tor part trade 6634856. ��35e  28 ft. all new engines 8 tanks,  completely inside 6 out m 1991 tor  1/3 survey. 8834980.        ��5c  18V Double Eagle Jet boat, c/w  trailer, (3500 obo. Dave at 686-  (408,8(84107. ��35c  '90 25 hp Johnson 8 tsnk. Exc.  cond., new spare prop. Slow  troier. (1700; (.(hp Mere, long  shaft w/lank, (650; Fish on Swivel  tdd down chak, (50; atchor rdkr,  (60 new. 6864680 or 8884876.  ��34w  Custom bui 1982 28 ft Zeds, twin  volvos, dinghy, video sounders,  new VHF 6 CB, w��l consider el  serious offers. 685-5522 or 1435-  3300 M4w  16' Fiberform boat ml galv. EZ  Loader trailer in exc. cond. (2000  obo. 686-7967 *34w  Sailboat. Columbia 28 (MK1), 4  sails, 7.5 Honda, good cond.,  (9,900.865-9491 ��34c  Two Merc, legs, (1 ��� 1.5 to 1,1-  1.66 to 1), UK ea, and mite,  parts. 8854512 (Mc  22 It. Sea Ray. (11,500. Sounder,  galley pac, marine head, hard 8  toll lop. auto bal lank, fiah finder,  clean I fast. Hava al receipts,  may trade for small boat. 885-  5623afl.6pm tt  1949 34 tt. Monk diesel cabin  cruiser. A very economical bod In  excellent working order. (28,000.  6862736 tt  t61/2 ft f/g boat ml too hp, EZ  load trailer, $3000 obo, 6864120  2 person libreglass kayak, all  equipped, good cond (2400.885-  7645 tt  22' Heavy tg Davidson double  ender. Single cylinder Fan/man  diesel. (9500 firm. 665-9068    tt  41' houseboat. Fridge, atove,  shower, holding tank, bedroom,  dressing room. (7500 obo. Ph  eves, 886-9014 ss  SECHELT MARINE I  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain MN Murray  MCMMC  M.NAM.S.  M.ABYC  ���Marine  Surveyors and Conuittontt  82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6   ^m*m*e\\\*e\\\\*e\\\\\\*ma*e*ma*i   '59 GMC 4104 converted, air, gen-  cyl. auto. Very good condition.  WANTED: Extra cab 4x4 Cal eel-  eratot 3-way. Iridge. Seen at Silver  12' aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b  $2500. Cal 8864366 SS   hilar 1-371-2129 ��35c   Sands Resort, 883-2630      ��4c   motor, (1800 firm. 886-9049.    ss 16  Coast News, Augusi 22, 1994  29. Wanted to Rent I For Rent  I   Gibsons Liinc  For Rent For Rent 134   Help Wanted  Gibsons Langdale  |   Sechelt & District   I  Sunshine Coast Power St Sail Squadron  BASIC BOATING COURSE  l h.iiis  Naviy.Hion Safety, Knots. Boat Mandling  Classes in Gibsons Se Sechelt  Starts Tuesday September 13  PREREG1STER  Roy Boutilier 886-7168  Centra Gas 885-6117  Dry gaiage needed loi ails 6  crafts. Hallmoon Bay area. 885-  4835       ��35c  Prolessional couple, historians,  looking lor housesilting in S.C.  area. N/S, n/p, extremely quiel.  Experienced in home & yard maintenance, repairs. Will care for  plants, pels, etc. Rels. Until Aug.  30 885-9290, then 929-8560.135w  1 8 2 bdrm apts. (440 8 (460.  Call Dean al 886-8073,       #39w  1 bdrm suite, newly decorated,  Sept. 1, (450/mo, n/S, n/p. Quiet  area, Reed fld. 886-7261.    ��36c  Avail. Sepl. 1, upper Iloor ol  Immaculate house, near marina,  lower Gibsons. Rental Includes 3  laige bdrms, 4 appl. N/P. Walk to  all amenities. (775/mo. * utilities.  Single father, needs small house /  886-2095. 136c  1 bdrm lurnished apl. N/S, n/p,  rels. (400/mo * security deposit.  886-9233 *34w  Upper Gibsons, nice 4 bdrm  house. 2 balhs, big yard. Close lo  amenities. (900/mo * ulil. 929-  4969,649-6165 ��34w  Wilson Creek, small trailer, suitable lor I adull, Cedars Trailer  Court. 885-3313. 135c  3 bdrm rancher Wilson Creek  area. Ige. workshop, (900/mo.  885-5239,885-4594 ��34w  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Cenlre has need ol p/t on call  employee, E.C.E. quail, or ECE.  student preferred. Closing date,  Sept. 2/94. Reply Box 55, Fawn  Rd.RRt Halfmoon Bay VON 1Y0.  865-5607. #35w  31. Help Wanted  Caretaker w/energy, skills 6 vision  lo clean up and restore oi- w/l  homestead. 1-327-8851.      ��36c  F/T bookkeeper / olfice admlnls-  nation - medium sized Industrial  lirm requires knowledgeable bookkeeper, capable ol running a fully  22 1/2 ft. Double Eagle CB  350/280 bailbag VHF sounder,  $23,000.885-3448. SS  New trailer. 3000 Ib cap. $2500.  985-0621 ss  Wanled; Classic wooden runabout. 866-2739. ss  19 ft. Campion hard lop, cuddy  cabin, lull canvas. Poweied by  896 Mercruiser fresh water cooled  5 lire V87198 HP. Very low hours,  used mostly for mooching. Perfect  cond, clean inside 6 out. $9500  obo. 685-5025 ss  22' Bell Buoy rebuil 302 and Meic  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas. VHF, lishtinder, trailer,  (12,000. Wil consider part ttade.  865-4019. ss  24' work / pleasure boat, f/g on  wood, exc. cond, zero hours on  rebuil 318, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Full price  indudes dinghy, oais. 9 hp motor  (7900.883-2990. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  sul. 883-2610 ot 863-9290.     ss  18 ft. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer. (3600. 883-  2297. ss  25 ft. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. (9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  sul. 883-2610 or 683-9290.     ss  Forced to sell, luxurious fibreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 ft.  of craftmanship, 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, weather lax, FM and ham radios,  inboard computers and much  more. Great condition, will consider real estate trade. (210,000.  Herb Craig 886-2277. ss  27' Concorde t.g. cabin cruiser.  318 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  27. Mobile Homes  $26,900  3 bdrm. 2 bath home located in  local Sechelt Park, pad rent  (220/mo. For info 597-3322. #35c  1 1/2 yr 14'x70' mobile in Ike-Ion  Park.l2'x14' workshop, 16x24'  carport, I4'x36' sundeck, 78x132'  landscaped lot. $87,900. Musl  see. 885-4194 ss  28. Motorcycles  Looking lor parts for Honda CB  400T. 1978. CallJJ 885-8664.  ��36w  1979 Honda CX500. shal driven,  waler cooled, saddle bags and  windshield, new tiies, exc. shape  $875 obo. 863-2172 ��36w  85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new. 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 afl. 7 pm.     ss  POWERHOUSE MOTORCYCLES  1990 GSXR 1100 $5100  1980 CB750 Custom        $800  1984 GS 750 ES $1700  1985 CVBO $800  1946 FIELD RD  8854137  Ifn  29. Wanted to Rent  apartment or to share accommodation w.othei single parent. Wilson Cieek - Davs Bay aiea. Preler Mission Point. Sept. 1 or sooner 8856141, ask lor Michel 135c  Couple seekng 3 bdrm (or 2 bdim  -) house to lease by Oct/Nov. 1.  Acreage, privacy 6 reas. rent  would be nice. 886-2576     ��35c  31. For Rent  3 bdrm house, main Iloor, waterlront. Gale Road, lease, $800.  1 bdim waterfront. Reef Road,  lease, $750.  2 bdrm oldei waterlront, Seima  Paik. $650  2 bdrm side duplex renovated,  Redroolls. (600  4 bdrm lurnished Redroolls, Lease  $800  2 bdrm lurnished. Tuwanek. $700.  2 bdim new lumished, lease,  Sechel Inlet. $750.  4 bdim lumished. lease, Norwest  Bay Rd, $900  COMMERCIAL  1900 square lool shop, power  hoist compressor, Sechel, $600.  SUSSEX REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGMENT  DAVE AUSTIN 685-3295  3 bdrm upper Iloor, N/S preferred.  Near Cedar Grove. (800/rno. 886  6448. ��36c  Free standing bacheloi sule on a  large property w/exc. view 6  beach, one mile Irom the terry terminal. $475/mo. incl. electricity.  886-2738. 136c  t bdrm apartment, lower Gibsons,  private palio, garden, bright and  sunny, new building, quiet and  secure. $620.886-3420.     #35w  Free room lor Sepl, Oct. lor care-  taking farm. Must like classical  music. 886-0995. ��35w  Large 1 bdrm sule, new, close to electric heat, ocean view, beach  beach, deck, hardwood Iloor, n/s, access, across highway. $750/mo.  n/p, $500.686-7609 *34c 885-4276 or 299-3778        #34*  Large 3 bdrm duplex on Cochrane Waterfront home, W. Sechell, 2  Rd, lower Gibsons. F/S, w/d, t/p, bdrm. Avail Oct. 1/94. (900/mo  3 bdim railage, large yard. Wood^/  Un0 (ayer nM<led )w ^ kitchen W8,iated software package which   ~'"~L "" ''"''''  floor. Reasonable, pleasel 686-  Includes job 6 equipment costing.  3113. ��36w  sundeck 8 grass. Avail.  S800/mo 1-946-0384  immed,  ���34c  plus Utll. 1-463-9934  #34w  3 bdrms up, 1 bdrm basement  sule. Rent separate or together.  Call Rob. 686-2670 #34c  Avail Sepl 1. lower Gibsons. 2  bdrm sule w/view. 6 month lease  req'd. $650/mo. 1-596-1669 134c  3 bdrm upper duplex, Roberls  Creek. $750/mo, avail Aug. 1  NRS SechaH Realty Ltd.  HM093 _  Basement bachelor sule, 1 bdrm,  Davis Bay, w/view. $400/mo,  avail. Sepl. 1. 685-4091 eves or  day, 885-2818. ��34w  3 bdrm suite In Sechelt ml rec.  room. Large sundeck, 2 fireplaces  6 laundiy. Newly decorated. N/S,  n/p. Refs please. (850/mo, share  util. Avail. Sept. 1.685-9235 ��34c  Duplex. 2 self-contained apts.  BUS DRIVERS  Sechelt School Bus Service  Lid, is now accepting job  applications lor School Bus  Drivers for the 1994-1995  School Term.  Applicants should have a  valid Class lor 2 B.C.  Driver's License.  Apply al 6041E. Porpoise  Bay Rd, Sechelt, B.C.  or phone 885-2513 for more  information.  Some secretarial skills also req'd.  Reply to Personnel c/o Box 1456,  Sechel, BC VON 3A0.        135c  S.C. COMPUTER COLLEGE  Improve job opportunities,  increase confidence 8 skills lor  competitive job markets. Register  for our adul courses. We make I  easier! 865-3386.      '      ��36c  Young general labourer, required.  885-8869. '    ��35w  P/T casual clerk, cash register  experience in retail shop in  Sechelt. 885-5178. ��35w  Mature n/s, n/d live-in housekeep-  ���34c  Responsible couple wAwo mature  sons would like to rent 3 bdrm  house, possibly acreage ASAP.  536-3770 collect. ��36w  Responsible couple w/one child  and small dog seeks dean rural 3  bdrm home, Sechelt and area.  N/S, n/d, exc. refs. Please call collect (403) 235-5895 eves    D36w  Large Robeits Creek lamily seeks  large Roberts Creek home, Oct. 1  -Nov. 1. Exc. refs. aval 865-8878  Fiona. ��5w  Require: rent or carelake 2 or 3  bdrm, Roberls Creek 6 North.  Refs. avail. Dims. 885-3946. #35w  HOUSES  Two bdrm house, view, ml w/d, l/p,  central Gibsons, (750 plus util.  Lowei Village 2 bdrm house, ml  w/d, pioperty is zoned com martial so has varied applications are  possible. Current residential rent  at $650 plus utilities.  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm house,  $650/mo plus util.  APARTMENTS  Two - three bedroom apts rent  indudes heat 6 hot watei (650 6  $675, no pets.  4 bedroom, 2900 sq. tt. ocean  view executive style home In  Woodcreek Park. Large private  yard, gaiden, double gaiage.  $)200/mo. John Austin, Pebbles  Realty 886-8107,661-3044. ��35w  Modern large duplex, upper Gibsons, 3 bdrm, 11/2 bath, all appl,  close to schools 8 shopping. Refs.  req'd. N/P. Avail. Aug. 20.  (800/mo. 885-8540. #35w  Gibsons. New, unlurn. bachelor  suite. Own entrance 6 carport.  Beach access nearby. Reb req'd.  Avail. Sept. 1. (460AM. 686-8322  after 6 or hi. message.       135c  3 bdrm duplex, w/d, garage, f/p, 1  1/2 balhs. (850/mo. 886-8287.  ��35w  Room end ki board  Gibsons. N/S, male. Private  entrance. For lurther info 886-  8586. ��35w  2 bdrm suite, panoramic view,  close to ferry and beach. 1-432-  9879. *35c  New 2 bdrm condo, (750/mo.  Includes util. N/S. N/P. 8854144.  For Rent  Roberts Creek  Beach Ave. waterfront home, very  piivate 2�� bdims modestly lurnished. t 1/2 storey old timer  w/sun room, (800/mo. Avail for 10  /12 mo. lease Irom Sepl. 1 or  sooner. Employment 6 rental refs.  required. Lv. mess, at 686-2556.  t��m  2 bdrm watertront cottage, fully  lurnished, d/w, microwave, etc.  (900/mo. 666-3906. ��36c  Upper has 4 bdrms, lower has 2  Opening for dependable office er required. Refs. req'd. Send  bdrms. Both very spacious. Owner  receptionist for Saturdays (9-5),  resumes to Box *S' c/o Coast  Sundays 6 national holidays (to-  4). Contact John Peat al 885-  3295, Sussex Realty, Sechel.  ��36w  will rent whole duplex lor  $1350/mo. 6 you can rent out  lower apt or will rent upper lor  (850/mo 6 lower lor (650/mo.  Avail. Sept. 1,665-0698     *34w  Spacious I bdrm sule 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. ((00/mo, rels  req'd. 274-2840 ��34c  News, Box 66, Sechel VON 3A0.  ��35w  Two part lime retail sales clerk  Busy Sechelt restaurant seeking positions now available. 18-20  mature, reliable breaklast cook, nrs/wk. Computerized P.O.6. and  Houis will be 7 am - noon, Sunday  to Wed. Call Kim, 866-0027  between noon 6 6 pm.       #36w  Delivery driver needed. Must be  energetic, motivated and wiling to  work long hours. Must be 19 yeats  ot age and live in the Sechel area.  886-8005.886-0951. ��36w  1 acre, 2 bdrm, basemenl, sun-  Oceanslde, oceanview, 2 bdrm  apt, Davis Bay. (650/mo plus util.  Now hiring p/t, f/t. Apply with  deck, 5 appl. Avail. Sept. 1.(750  avail immed, n/p, n/S. 885-3715 or  resume to Subway, Gibsons. ��36c  appt. 885-0565  per month. 886-8943 or 464-1930.  hardware experience an asset.  Apply wih resume Landing Home  Hardware. ��35w  Part time clerk, nights. Village  Store. Phone Moi 686-3520. gjc  Rapid growing company needs 10  motivated people to establish  company on Coast. Phone for  ���34w  #35w  792873) after 6 pm.  ���3w  Inlet View Guest House. Furnished, accommodates 6. Dally,  ���36c  Old 3 bdrm house on acreage.  Avail Sepl 1. (550/mo. Write to  weekly rentals. 665-4490  Box 1157,1124 Lonsdale Ave,  North Vancouver, BCV7M2H1  ���34w  Halfmoon Bay '  Pender Harbour  GRANT REALTY LTD.  686-3330  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  1 bdrm sule, sal-contained, cable  ind, n/p, (450/mo. Aval. Sept. 1.  886-2265 alter 6 pm. 135c  m Beach cottage, Granthams. Aval.  - Oct.-May. Wood stove. (450/mo.  Refs. 886-0668. ��5c  HOUSE SITTING  I Excellent condiliog, R^adyJo. Qj*f, matyre^respojislfclf, n/s . Mmi ground floor Ike new. Walk  . cruise. $17,800,986-7240. ss female business owner new lo to schools 8 shopping. Oulst,  ���   "''���-���     Coast, wishes lohousesif your wA  home lor winter monlhs. Must be  in '885' exchange. Local personal  refs. upon request. Patricia 885-  4354. ��36c  2 bdrm Farnham Gardens ground  floor, aval. Sept. I. (800/mo. 866-  forlarge2 3525, #350  Shared accommodation. Beautiful  quiet home w/view, garden, hot  tub, fully lurnished, w/d, n/s.  Owner away most ol week.  (600/mo, util. included. 866-2003  ���34w  W/F Beach Ave, 2 bdrm house,  garage, sundeck, t/p, 5 appl.  (725/mo. 1-669-9192 aft. 5 pm.  ���34w  For Rent  Sechelt & district  Sechelt village, 2 bdrm home 2  mins. to shops. Sul n/s couple,  lease. (850/mo. 6654436.   ��36w  Bright above ground bsmt sule. 1  bdrm, private entrance, cable,  shared laundry, util. Incl. Avail.  Waterfront, Redrooffs Rd. 3  bdrms, 3 baths, 2 t/p's.d 100/mo.  Avail. Oct. 1. Rels. required. 885-  7499. f36w  3 bdrm waterfront house, Garden  Bay. Garage, furnished, moorage.  Avail. Oct. 1. Refs. (825/mo. 683-  9689. ��36w  Furnished 3 bdrm, waterlront  home (1/2 acre park-like). N/S,  refs. (850/mo. ��� util. Sept-July  (poss. long-term). 665-5733 or  2940033. I36C  Gorgeous Hallmoon Bay wA, cozy  I bdrm house, lurn., lireplace,  dock 6 sheltered moorage. Oct. I  ���June1,(500/mo. ��� util. 865-  2681,9440194,9418263.   ��36c  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.       tfn  yard, parking, fc/d. (595/mo *  hydro. Avail. Sepl. t. 886-0682,  ���36W  Wanted * WftkiSg/mid-igrf. Sept. 15. (500/mo. Prefer quiet  female for shared accom. ml tarn n/s single person. 685-3391. ��ew  ol 3 bdrm house - Gibsons,  27. Mobile Homes  12x70 1973 Leader 2 decks,  appliances? (19,500. 665-0225  eves. ss  1971 Lamplighter, 14'x60'. 2 bdrm  w/2 extra rooms added. Carpeted,  good cond, 4 appl. (24.500 at  Sundance Park. 966-0459.      ss  1 bdrm apt. rural setting. Hydro,  cable included. (550/mo. 886-  8001, Thurs. lo Sunday, 8 -10  Mature, responsible prof, mother am. ��36w  ot one, n/p. n/s, looking lor funky  (400/mo ��� util. 886-7738 afl. 6pm  ���34w  1 bdrm sule. F/P, w/d, (500/mo,  uti. Included. Aval. Sept. t. 922-  1880 ��34w  _ ,   .     A   ���    , ,,   , .   Duplex. 3 level, 2 bdrm, 2 bath,  artistic tif, dwell, g (ie| Ig^ toft      > ^  sule ovei gaiage / offices, blight  basemenl or cottage Prefer lower  Gibsons / negotiable! Approx.  886-9543.  Furnished t bdrm basement sule,  Vf, nit, n/p. Red req'd. (450/mo,  #36* avail. Sept. 1,886-2684 or 574-  4040 ��35w  New 26x61 bdrm travel traitor on  (500/mo incl. Willing to update private property. North Rd. 6 N/S female to share large 2 bdrm  decor Ret. available. 886-0115 or Chamberlin, N/S. N/P. 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For tree brochures, no obligation: U&R  Tax Services, 1345  Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg,;  MB R3T2B6, 1(800)665-!  5144. Enquire about ex-;  elusive franchise territories '  25'X30' $5,922, 30'X40'  $6,999. Endwalls. Sliding  Doors. Freight loVancou-  verJGSTincludedl-800-  668-5111.   HELP WANTED   C6M GIFTS Is an ostab-  lished Party Plan company. We oner greet programs, large variety ol  toys, gits and specialty  items No investment, deliveries or collections. Call  1(519)258-7905, Fax:  1(519)256-0707.  CHARLTON RESORTS  Year-round employment  opportunites-housekeep-  ing attendants lor Banff 6  Jasper. Chateau Jasper  requires buspersons A  morning dining room sen/-  eis. Contact Allison  Plants. Saturday-  Wednesday 9:00a.m. to  3:00p.m. MST 1(403 )8 52-  5644. Fax: 1(403)852-  4860.  PORT HARDY Requires a  Building Inspector. Qualifications: B.C. Level 1 certificate or equivalent Send  resume lo: Phyllis Belaie,  District ol Port Hardy, Box  68, Port Hardy, B.C. VON  ?PO by August 19. 1994.  (604)949-6665, Fax:  (604)949-7433.  EDITOR REQUIRED lor  Cranbrook Daily Townsman. Reporting, copy editing, Photography and  Pagination experience required. Excellent salary  and benellts. Fax resume  to-Carol Murray (604)426-  5003.  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  slot*, countertops/vanl-  ties also. Cash 6 Carry  Cabinet Warehouses:  "4278       Lougheed.  Burnaby 298-9277  " 19700 Langley Bypass,  Langley 534-7273  " 600 Cloverdale Ave,  Victoria 475-1159  "    561 -11th    Ave.,  Campbell Rivei.BC 287-  e767,  "2560   Bowen   Rd,  Nanaimo 756-9229  "1666     Spall    Rd.  Kelowna, 860-6638.  LIVESTOCK  OSTRICH-FREE delivery  across Canada. Start up  Inlormation available,  eggs, chcKs and breeders tor tale Irom top quality Alrican Blacks, ZImOa  owe Blues, Masai Reds.  1-600-653-7383.  MOBILE HOMES  CUSTOM DESIGNED  Manufactured Homes.  Why buy off a lot when  you can customize any  plan to your own personal  taste. Pre-owned homes  also available. Noble  Homes 1(403)447-3414.  PERSONAL  GOOD SEX lor seniors.  Overcome all impotence  problems caused by aging, medications, surgery,  diabetes etc. Qelthelacts:  Performance Medical,  8ox418, Velemount.B.C.  Toll-tree 1-800 863-0121.  REAL ESTATE  INVEST IN Watar Front.  Own part ol this resort on  Lac La Heche. Building  scheme, by-lews and  renlal pool protects your  recreational Investment.  Water Irani 6 watar view  Sites (19,900.(59,900.  Cell Nowl 534-6111.  Sandy Hook. New waterfront  home, landy beach, 3 bdrms, 2  full baths, appliances. N/S. N/P.  Avail. Sept. 1- June 30. (975/mo.  ��� Utilities. 1-266-3419. M6w  WtSONCAEIK  2 bdrm mobile home, w/d, Cedars  Trailer Court. 885-3313.      ��36c  2 bdrm main floor of house, LR,  DR, 3 appl, use of w/d, carport.  Security deposit. (750/mo * 2/3  hydro. Avail, immed. 685-3165,  ���36w  Browning Rd, IMkon Creek. Avail  Immed., cozy, clean, 2 bdrm  house, 4 appl., l/p, (750/mo.  Looking for reliable tong term ten-  Ms. Rate please (85-3433. ��36c  3 bdrm ��� den townhouse, view,  adult oriented. (850/mo. 885-  3651.885-6380. ��36c  Waterfront house, 3 bdrms, avail.  Sept. 1, (900/mo. tutu. 885-5376.  afler Sepl 1.1-733-3686.    (36c  MAMMA PARK  1 bdrm sute, (380/mo. 8858895.  ���36c  IMMEDIATELY  2 bdrm doublewide in desireable  Big Maples (adul pork). (650/mo.  885-7818. ��35w  Near new 2 bdrm 1 level condo,  gas, f/p, 5 appl, (700/mo. 922-  6456 eves, sfler 6 pm (collect)  ���35w  Sandy Hook: 2 bdrm turnished  cabin, avail. Aug. f 5 year round.  (700/mo .uM 1-945-9161  ��35w  Person to share 3 bdrm house,  central Sechell. large dean home,  w/d. room for your furrnshmgi. lots  of privacy. N/S. no dogs, (400/mo  < share uU 665 9235  GOTCHA!  Caught you reading a  IXI Box Classified again!  If you want to be read &  be seen here, call...  885-3930 or 886-2622  2 bdim apt, magic view, a/1, laundry, sundeck, n/s, no pets.  (660/mo. incl. hydro. 883-1122  Robi. ��36c  3 bdrm cottage, 6 mo. lease, Sepl  15 to March 15. Apply Silver  Sands Resort. 683-2630.     #35w  Waterfront bachelor apartment,  fantastic view. 7-lsles apt. 865-  3910 #34w  Waterfront, 1 bdrm cabin, t/s, laundry, elec. heat, avail. Sept. 1.  (400/mo ��� deposit 683-9448 (34c  Vacation Renlal - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hoi lub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  (850/week. 885-5157. 11  32. Commerci  For Rent  Over 150Osq 6 store front located  m busy smal plaza off Hwy 101.  Exc. lor business office. Long term  lease avail. Newly renovated. Cal  Marie or Glen at 666-7018 or  Lome collect 7378081 tfn  300 sg fl olfice space for rent in  prolessional building in Gibsons,  on 800 block ol Sunshine Coast  Hwy. Available immed. For further  information conlact 685-5736   tfn  Retail/Office space downtown  Sechel. approx 5000 sq fl. main  floor. Call Marg at NRS Sechelt  Really Ltd tor details. 685-2235ttn  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY Direct.  Save thousands ol dollars, Ridgewood Homes,  B.C.'s ��i selection ol  manufactured homes,  14'X70' starting at  (38.900. Free info: 962-  9114.  RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owner Small  lots to large acreages.  Oceanlront, lakelront,  streams, ranchland - located Ihroughoul BC.  Terme available Free brochure. Nlho Land a Came  Company Lid. 521-7200.  SERVICES  FACTORY DIRECT. Single and double wides.  Quality manulactured  homes 1-800-667-1533  'If we can! make a deal-  well pay your way homer  WOW! GREAT deals on  bank repos, estate sales,  fixers, good clean 14', 12\  doubles We take Irades  on vehicles, R.V.'s, etc.  Calgary toll-lree 1-800-  939-6637.  HOW TO Play Popular  Piano. New home sludy  course. Fast, easy  method. Quarameedl  Free inlormation. Popular  Music Studio C2, 103-  1054 EM, Kelowna, B.C.  VIY 1Z1 Call 1-800-667-  0050 Ext. 770.  WE TAKE The Fear Out  Of ICBC. Major ICBC injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer lor 25 yean.  Calllreel 600665-1136  Contingency tees. Simon,  Wener a Adler.  Oceanview turnished office avail  ��35w to'rent by the day ot open lo spe  ��� ciai requirements. Located in  Newly decorated 1 bdrm w/den. Iriendly. relaxed Professional  d/w, teundry, cenlral Sechel, n/s. Building in Gibsons Landing Full  no dogs, suitable tor one person secretarial services 8 receptionist  ot parson w/one chid. (500/mo.�� avail. Call 886-3320 or fax 886-  shae util 685-9235 M5w 3270 tfn  2 bdrm w/l view house, 7(65  Redrooffs Rd- (850/mo. 734-5680  or 1-734-3991. ��35c  Redrooffs: wel maintained 2 bdim  mobile, woodburning stove, on 1/2  acre in Welcome Woods. Large  workshop, w/d, n/s, n/p. avail. mid-  Sept. (6(6/mo. 1-731-0963,1-  3228722. ��35c  Davis Bay watertront, small, cozy.  2 bdrm furn homa, n/s. n/p. Sepl  - June 30/85 (600/mo. 885-5072  01(88-5079. ��5c  Veiy Urge 2 bdrm moMe. walk to  al amenilies Sul retired, no dogs,  refs Sept 1 (675/mo 665-5782  ���35c  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hal available. Wheelchair lacilities 685-  2752or885-9863. ttn  Robeits Creek Hal. aval, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tfn  1100 sq. fl industrial/commercial  lor leese, Wilson Creek. No triple  net.  1022 Sq It retail/office space  Sechel. Lease hold improvements  negotiable  NRS Sechelt Really Ud.  LOOKING FOR NEW  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES?  The Working in Trades Program  Starts October 11.1994  This 37 week program ie designed to  provide participants with the  opportunity to learn specific  occupational trade skills.This is  achieved through a combination of  classroom I shop training and on the  job experience.  INTERESTED?  An orientation session that will  thoroughly explain the program will be held  Tuesday September 13 at 7pm  1019 Venture Way, Gibsons  To renter-call m<  ���., iiaMfeSMtf        ������  Sechelt, the Heart of the Sunshine Coast,  is a rapidly growing, beautiful seaside  community of 7,2000. As a new District,  we have the opportunity of defining a  vision and building the foundations for  future growth with the participation of 7  very active and energetic community associations.  ThtPotltton  The Director of Engineering and Public  Works is a challenging position reporting to  the Administrator and responsible for  supervising all aspects of Public Works  and Engineering, participating in the  Management Team, advising Council and  working with the citizens.  ___________  The successful candidate will be highly  motivated, smart, energetic team player  who is comfortable dealing with engineering consultants.has experience in developing infrastructure in rapidly growing communities and can relate well with the public, community groups and senior lelels of  government.  QualHleatlana  The preferred candidate will have a degree  or diploma in Municipal or Civil  Engineering, be eligible for registration in  A.P.E.G.B.C. or A.S.T.T. and have several  years of municipal or relevant experience.  The District offers an attractive benefits  and remuneration package, relocation  assistance and the opportunity to work  with a dedicated management team in a  rapidly growing community.  Applications should be submitted no later  than Friday, September 16,1994, marked  confidential and addressed to:  Mr. J. Calenda, MCIP,  DTM, Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,  Sechelt B.C. V0N3A0 Coast News, August 22, 1994  17  34   Help Wanled  34   Help Wanted  Reporting to the Municipal Clerk; the  Records Manager is responsible for servicing requests arising from the Freedom of  Information and Protection of Privacy Act  and creating, maintaining and managing  the records and information systems for  the District of Sechelt.  Education and Exparlanea-  ��� High School Graduate or equivalent plus  office training and data gathering skills;  ��� Minimum one year of filing experience;  ��� Prefer experience with a B.C.  Municipality.  ��� Familiarity with Freedom of Information  Legislation.  ��� Word processing skills (WordPerfect 5.1)  Qanaral:  This position is open to both male and  female applicants. The position is excluded from the B.C.G.E.U. bargaining unit due  to its confidential nature relating to the  Freedom of Information Act (currently  ubder review). The applicant will have  access to a variety of sensitive and confidential records and as such will be  required to swear an oath of confidentiality  ensuring conduct becoming to the requirements of the position.  SallQC $16.74 per hour  Applications should be submitted by 4:00  p.m., Friday, September 9th, 1994, to the  following:  Mr. Joseph A. Calenda, Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 159,  Sechelt, B.C.    VON SAO  Fax 885-7591  35. Business &  Home Services  35. Business &  Home Services  Gaiden accents 6 playground,  specializing in outdoor desgn, call  Andre 885-5607 *34w  Custom designed interior / exterior  additions, staircases, decks,  fences, etc. Quality workmanship  guaranteed.  Big 8 Small's Woodenware  886-6194  ���36w  BOBS RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, etc. Will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous seivice. 685-4804.      ff36w  BOBS PAINTING  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, qualily workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free estimales.  Bob, 685-4804. ��36w  TIXW-AY  Mobile MUlworks Ltd.  Cttittm SaatlKtt  am ill.  Dean 885-4794  Journeyman with 15 yrs. experience available for all aspects ol  carpentry, framing, renovations,  additions 6 linishing. Also, avail.:  framing crew. Contact Peter 885-  9349. ��39c  DIRT PEOPLE  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, Inside repairs, low rates,  exc. refs. 886-9593. ��39c  CEDAR SHAKES  ROOFING REPAIRS  Special prices on cedar shakes,  and shingles. Norman 686-0506.  ���36c  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repair and renovations. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dan 686-  3084. *35w  DO YOU NEED...  Brushculting ��� Lawn malnt. ���  Headge trimming ��� Weedeating ���  Turf Installation ��� Low maim, landscaping ��� Rubbish removal ��� Window / gutter cleaning ��� Cleanups ���  Woodsplitting ��� Power washing.  8854357. *36c  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroofing and repairs, our specialty. For a FREE estimate call Al,  665-1269. f35w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Quality home builder, lorms, framing, finishing, decks, renovations,  cal Drew. 885-4557. ��38w  AU CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doors, windows, bathrooms. Renovation, re-rooting, siding, painting. 20 yeats experience,  reasonable rates. Norman 885-  9715. #35w  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  s[)t<iiili/in(|inl-ommrrrial &  ri-Milrnlial gluing  Over 20 yean expertise  I'.iniijM-titivr, prompt wTvicr  (all 885-5153  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping between mainland 6 Sunshine Coast. Consttuc-  tion 6 agriculture supply our specially. 666-7774.  DUMP RUNS  Will remove anything, anywhere,  anytime. 886-7774. ��35w  R 8 BTREE SERVICE  Let the sunshine In! Spiral pruning,  thinning, topping, danger tree  removal. Reasonable rates. Free  estimates. Fully insured. 885-  9190. #35c  /BrothersN  2  Brothers  Construction  Good Quality  Cedar Fencing  Chain Link  Lawn Care Services  CALL  Carey 885-0942  Richard 885-1079  COASTAL CONSTRUCTION  Framing, linishing, renovations,  DEC-K-ING, vinyl decking, aluminum railing. 886-0784.      f35c  Landscaping 6 gardening work for  or with you. Refs 4 pictures avail.  686-2078 ��34w  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  proudly announces Its first anniversary. Fully bondable.Refer-  ences available. For rates and  information, call 686-4660. Look  lor specials coming in September.  ���35c  VERSATILE TRACTOR Co,  * Excavator  m Bobcat with Landscape Rake  ir Fencing & Landscaping  i     Dan Plowe  ��|fe 886-2485  rj��  BUILT RIGHT  FENCES AND DECKS  Free estimates, seniors discount.  666-2296 #34c  35. Business &  Home Services  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, linishing, refinishing.  Free estimales. 665-0641    ��35w  TRADITIONAL DECORATING  Paint ���Wallpaper  ���864425   this  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors - supplied, laid, sanded  8 finished. Old floors - re-sanded  8 re-finished. Lyle Haytet Floors  Ltd. 885-7633 ��36c  35. Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 685-2109.  tin  Door Pre-Hang  Service  > Sales, Repairs & Installation  of Wood, Metal  & French Doors  ��� Door Lites to brighten  your entrance  ���We do custom sizes  SUNCO 885-8889  VILLAGE OFFICE  EXTENSION  ma/fe our office your offiu  Full Secretarial Services  Answering Service,  Word Processing,  Bookeeping, Public Fax,  Photocopying <U more...  All work handled by  Village Office Extension  is guaranteed confidential  Tlie services performed  In our office are kept on  file for your convenience,  or we can tend you one  of our insured temporary  staff to assist or relieve  in your office.  Wert only a phone caU away...  721 Winn Rd., Qlbtona  886-3320  QUALITY WOODWORK  We look at all |obs big or smal.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 885-3372 or 685-T166. tin  BARRY'S  WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE  Metal 6 vinyl siding cleaned, gutters cleaned in 6 out. 886-3277.   M4c  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden 8 Chain Unk  Decke8Porchee  Call after 6pm 686-2215 Bob tfns  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 866-0380,686-  0684 eves. tfn  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  Nn Rmokc, No Chimney!  Dcilrr for Jamestown  Envirofirc. Tempest  Avcnl  (Ml 883-5133  LAWN* GARDEN  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Call 866-0180. tfn  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. ttn  36   Work Wanted  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  |obs, quick, friendly seivice, 885-  9694,1-975-0147 loll Iree pager.  #37*  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Call Paul 866-9420 ��39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yard maintenance, rotolilling. odd  |obs. 685-3917. tins  Gardening, gas weedeatet, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999 ��35c  Overnight care to elderly or children, references, bondable. 886-  9679. #35w  House cleaning and house sitting,  references, bondable. 686-9679.  #35w  37 Child Care  Renovations carpenter avail. 7  days/week. Spec. Uchens 8 bath.  framing, dywal. IWehing, 865-3320  LanY IMc  Carpenter of 15 years Renovations  6 new construction. Seniors discounts. Ron, 686-9694        *34w  DRYWALLTAPER  ���Save Money!-You board, ll tape-  15 yrs. expeiience. Quality service.  6855564 ��35w  Gardener, handyman *M house sl  over winter months. References.  686-2076 ��34w  PRESSURE  WASHING/ ay/  BOATS, RVs /  DECKS 8  SIDING  ������������:  tit  YARD  ATTIC*  BASEMENT  CLEAN-UP  Call for FREE Estimate  886-3309  RRI2 SfOC4. Gibsons. BCVON IVO  EXPERIENCED CL��ANWG LADY  Tnatmthy, thorough, mature, own  supplies. Good references. $825  hr. Sechel, w 8 central ana only.  685-9106 M4c  Exp. childcare giver in my home.  Afler school only. Close to school  bus stop. Have references. Phone  after 5 pm, 8880613. ��35c  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre has VI6 p/t openings lor  Sept 885-5607 to register    ��34w  Require live-out nanny lor 3 children, VI, own vehicle. Rels. req'd.  Kimberty. 885-2751 ��36w  Exper. In-home day cere. Rels.  Mother ol 2 looking for intent - 4  yrs. Large yard w/play centre.  Langdale area. 686-8762.    #36w  Loving mother of t pre-schooler  wll provide chid care in her homa,  in a safe friendly subdivision. Cal  after 6 pm. 686-4697.        ��38w  Child care needed for 6 mo. old,  Davis Bay to Sechelt area, p/t  (shiftwork). 688-1913.        ��36c  Are you a teenage parent or  young parent and wish to return to  school, but need daycare? Why  not cal Esprit Daycare and talk to  Helen? 886-7739. 136c  Mother of one would kke to look  after 1 or 2 children f/t, mine or  you home. 8850583.        ��38c  Mom of t available Mon-Fri. ?-  5:30 pm, Sept. - June. Experienced 8 reliable, w/exc. rels. Lots  of space and fun activities. Close  to school. First aid. Pam 885-  0720. K36c  Reliable sitter req'd lor 2 children  (7 * 4) in my home. Must have  own vehicle. Early morning. Refs  req'd. 866-9112 after 5.      ��3Sw  Langdale Day Care  Quality licenced family daycare.  Bright, well equipped w/quaiified  supervision. Also taking registration tor fai. 886-7648.        nee  Child care aval, l/l or p/t. Experienced w/exc. rets. Redroolls area.  885-6805 #34w  Spaces avail In Sept, at Teddy  Bear Day Care for children 2 1/2  to 6 yrs., school age 6-12 yrs. 885-  2721 for information. ��34c  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children flourish in a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup-Grade 5  L'taolePeese-Partout  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  Now taking registrations lor September, 1994. 688-5363, 886-  9074 ��34c  Home-based business mom  needs enthusiastic, creative Individual to care lor two energetic Ms  (boy 8, gkt 9) IN MY HOME. Must  have a reliable vehicle. 20 his a  week / 86/hr. Wed-Sat, summer  am 6 alter school form Sept. 886-  8918 *34w  38 Business  Opportunity:  Established used car sales business looking lor active or silent  Christian partner. Contact Mike  Plimley. 885-4004. #36w  Complete daycare 8 equipment  for sale. 866-3295. ��35w  743 Bobcat, 908 backhoe, TK6U  trailer, 1991 1-Ion Ford diesell  dump. Take over business. 883-  9887. H35W  8208-6800 Weeklyl Assemble  products at home. Easy! No sel-  kigl Direct payment. Fitly guaranteed. No experience necessary,  Cal 24 hrs. 1-504441-7778 ext.  201 .   in*  Hot dog vending business, BBQ  style. 8880317. 836c  To whom I may concern: I wi not  be responsible for any debts  incurred by others in my name  Irom this day onward. William  ���SG*  I  I  In search of experienced prawn  IMerman to run 36 fl. prawn boat.  888-7484 ���������14,*'  i ���v*;  Part-time position (18 hours per  weak) to provide organizational  snd clerical Mttanc* to Boatd of  Directors, Executive Director, and  professional management team of  sodal service agency: supervision  of other support stall and volunteers; computerized Information  management; and building man-  Qualifications include post secondary education in office management aodel services, or volunteer management; related work  experience; proficiency in computer applications; and excellent  organMional and communication  sltHs. We at* Netting an individual wih enthuolasm for working as  a team member, and commlment  to the community. BeneM package  Fully qualified stylist required for  busy salon. Expertise kial phases  41 Hill ctte. 2 or 3 yrs. expert-:  ence. Mail resume to Box 291,  Sechel or phone 885-2818. ��35c  ALASKA JOB8I Earn up to  $30,000 in three months fishing  salmon. Also year round lishing for  King Crab, halibut and herring.  Plus construction, canneries, oil  IWds, and mora. Hiring nowl (801)  788-1382 Est S-339 24 hours.   #��  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Community Kitchens Is looking  lor an assistant to help organize a  monthly communal cooking session and to plan and publtia for  tha program. Cal for more kifor-  Please submit resumes by September 8,1994, to Executive  Director, Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box 1089,  Sechel, BC VON 3A0.        I35w  PROGRAM A$S��TANT  Part-time portion (14.8 houis per  weak) to provide organizational  and clerical support to programs  aorvng nmNtes win cnaoren who  have special needs: tha infant  Developmeni Programme, Bridges  (Children's Rehabilitation Services), and Special Services to  Children. Responsibilities include  word processing, computerized  Information management and data  base maintenance, assistance  wth tacitly scheduling and main-  tence, ind genera) clerical tasks.  Qualifications Include gride 12  diploma, and training and experience In office procedures, including computer applications. WI ire  Hiking in individual who li  Iriendly, professionil, committed  and sensitive to clients and lha  community ind his excellent  orginizMforial ind commumciticn  m,  Please submit tesumes by September 8,1994, to Executive  Director, Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box 1089,  Sechel. BC VON 3A0.        ��5w  If you in reliable, personable,  physically fit and mechanically  incined, drop off a resume at Aero  Services. Wharf Plaza. Sechelt.  For an opportunity to triln is I  service person lor our company.  Stating wage of 88-110 per hour  depending on experience. No  phone cals please. W6w  FOOO SERVICE CONTRACT  The Sunshine Coast Go��* Country Cbb is soliciting propouls to  operate the club's klchen operetta!. Interested 6 qualified personnel should contaa the club* man-  ager a 8850212 lor further Wo.  ���35c  Volunteers are needed lor a program th�� provides services to victims 6 witnesses of crime. Full  training aid support provided.  Anendypmon is needed by at  ats group in Sechelt to assist wih  maintenance and basic garden  cae. Very flexible hours.  A scale model ie needed of a heritage building on tha coast. All  measurements are available but a  volunteer to needed to build tha  model.  A lemale 'buddy* who loves  music and choir Is needed to  accompany a woman to choir and  possibly music shows In the  Sechel area.  Tha Sunshine Coast Volunteer  and Information Centre, tet: 885-  5881, In: 885-8493. ��34c  Teacher requires morning help tor  her 2 ichool age children In  Roberts Creek. $12/hr., 7 im -  10:30 am. 5 days/wk. 8850323.  Refs. M5c  Reliable, sel-motivitid hUrstykst  lor busy salon. No clientele  required. Chair rental basis. 886  2121. ��35c  Pat tlma chambermaid req'd, p/t  receptionist, suil lor student.  leave resume a Cozy Court Motel,  Sechel, 885-9314 134*  Lord Jiml Retort Hotel. Hallmoon  Bay, now hiring stiff for the till  season ki al deots Send or drop  oft resume at Lord Jim's Resort  Hotel. ��34w  P/T 3 day/wk position lor ECE  qualified person at Teddy Beit  Day Cae. 865-2721 for information ��4c  Temporay bookkeeper must hive  AccPac 6.0 experience 6 ibmy to  train stiff. Cill Sunshine Coast  Employment Agency 863-2162. tin  Assemble light products�� home.  Excel. Income, easy work. Cal tor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74.  *  WATCH  YOUR  BUSINESS  UJUEU  you  ADVERTISE  KM  CQASTNEWS  I  u/Rvtuna  IfKMWCK  GIBSONS  886-2622  fax 886-7725  ���  SECHEIT  885-3930  fax 885-3954  RECYCLE  THIS  PAPER!  S U NSHIN ��   ��OAST    REGIONAL    DIS T R I ��� T  MMMMMm  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING    5477 WHARE RD     SECHELT   B C    ���  BOX 800.  VON 3AO  ���  885   ??61  MONDAY, AUGUST 22,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Regular Board  Thursday, August 25th at 7:30 p.m.  Sumhine Coast Recreation Commission  Tuesday, August 30th at 7:00 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR LANDFILL  NEW SUMMER HOURS  Bwinnina the week of Auiust 21.1994  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday to Monday  10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  CLOSED ALL DAY  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 a.m.  NOTE NQ SPRINKLING EVENINGS  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7 -10 a.m.  NOTF; NO _______ 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 R*tvd�� 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 Gvnium?  ��� 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  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 1/2" or 1" size.  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  I  ���ta  ___________m_____________w____ 18  Coast News, August 22, 1994  news  Sechelt losing social consciousness.?  by Jane Seyd  Is Sechelt losing its social conscience?  Some people think it is, after several recent  decisions made by council not to approve  grants and tax exempt status to some nonprofit community groups.  Earlier this month, members of council  voted to turn down properly tax exemptions  for two organizations. One property is a residential care home for mentally-handicapped  adults on Medusa Street, run by the Sunshine  Coast Association for Community Living.  The other land parcel is one of two transition  house properties currently owned by Community Services.  In discussion surrounding those decisions.  Councillor Duncan Fraser suggested Ihe district take a harder look at giving oul tax  exemptions in the future.  That's been a concern for some community  groups. Vicki Dobbyn, execulive director for  Community Services, said earlier this monlh  any changes in taxes will mean further cutbacks to community programs.  sechell council notes  Also rejected by council last month were  two requests for grants-in-aid, one from Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Association for Community  Living and one from Ihe Coast Housing Society, which i.s working towards getting low-  income housing buill in Sechelt.  'My conscience is clear'  Hurl Basse  The decision lo turn down the housing  sociely request has Nancy MacLarty, president of ihe non-profit group, especially angry.  The gram request was simply an attempt to  gel back $1,070 previously paid to the district  for a permit to allow Ihree fewer parking  spaces and more "green space" on the development, said MacLarty in a recent interview.  In a letter lo the district about the decision,  MacLarty commented, "...we believed the  present Sechell Council might show at least a  small bit of social conscience in this matter.  Obviously we were mistaken,"  "They've done nothing for the Coast Housing Society," she added in an interview.  Now, she said, the $1,070 will have to  come out of the housing society's budget.  While council has this year approved  grants and lax exemptions for organizations  like the Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, the  equestrian club and the rod and gun club,  recent rejections of requests from social agencies shows a lack of concern for community  welfare, said MacLarty.  Sechelt Mayor Earl Basse said he doesn't  agree wilh those criticisms. "That's not a fair  accusation," he said. In the case of provin-  cially-funded agencies with money-raising  organizations behind ihem, "Why should we  provide more funding?" he asked. "We feel  maybe it's not appropriate. I don't think our  social conscience has anything to do with a  $400 or $500 or $1000 donation," he said. "If  they're depending on that, they're in trouble."  "My conscience is clear."  A home for mentally ill people on the Sunshine Coast is  needed and it's needed soon.  That was the message from  Marie Belle Bulmer, director of  mental health services for the  Sunshine Coast, who appeared  before Sechelt Council Wednesday night to urge members to  approve a proposed six-bed  home in Davis Bay.  "Every week situations arise  where this facility is needed,"  said Bulmer.  "The delays are starting to  cause us some serious problems."  Currently, people with mental  illness who can't be cared for at  home or in hospilal have to be  sent off the Sunshine Coast.  "I don't think we can continue  to do that."  Bulmer told council current  bed closures and reductions in  nursing staff at St. Mary's hospital mean it's especially important  to act.  "It is our responsibility to provide suitable supports in the  community," she said. "We just  can't afford to delay this project  much longer."  At a recent public meeting in  Davis Bay, some nearby residents remained apprehensive  about the project. They said  they're worried about safety and  they're not pleased with the way  the group home has been proposed to their community.  Others, including those with  family members who are mentally ill, say they'd be glad to have  the facility.  The six-bed home is currently  an allowed use on the property,  so a decision by council doesn't  need a public hearing.  But Sechelt does hold a  crown lease on the land, which  would have to be addressed for  the project to proceed.  Tree cutting  A meeting between Sechelt  district staff and local developers  is scheduled to take place soon  for discussions on a proposed  new tree-cutting bylaw.  Rob Buchan, planner for the  district, said he expects about 12  people to attend.  The idea is to get informal  agreement from developers, so  they don't start clearing all trees  off their lots before an official  bylaw is adopted by council.  "I think we will get a better  bylaw through with co-operation  rather lhan by imposition," said  Mayor Earl Basse.  Councillor Rosina Giles told  council it's important to get a  tree-cutting rule in soon, whether  developers agree to it or not.  "It's devastating what's happening," she said.  New municipal hall  Proposals are in. But so far,  Sechelt Council and staff won't  say what kind of plans for a new  municipal hall they're looking at.  Joe Calenda, district administrator, said "a number of applications" have been received by the  district in response to a newspaper ad placed last month. The ad  said the district wants to buy  strata-title commercial space of  at least 8,000 to 10,000 square  feet near the downtown core in  existing or "soon lo be constructed" development.  At Wednesday's council  meeting, nobody would say how  many proposals have been  received, or who has submitted  them.  The issue is expected to be  discussed at the finance committee meeting Sept. 8.  Corporate planning  Sechelt councillors and staff  were to have taken part in a  "strategic corporate planning"  retreat this last weekend, at Lord  Jim's Lodge. Internal structure of  the district and long-term goals  were some of the issues scheduled to be discussed at the daylong meeting, which was not  open to the public.  Title search  As a result of a mistake made  earlier this month, landowners  will now have to provide the district with a land title search from  the government agent's office  before building permits are  issued. A house on Baillie Road  was issued a building permit  recently while a restrictive  covenant was technically still in  place on the land which said residential homes could not be built  there.  Sending us  a press release?  \  Then please remember the deadlines.  For the Coast News Monday edition, press releases  should be at our office in either Gibsons or Sechell  no later than noon on Thursday.  \| For the Coast News Weekender,  I        �� we must have your releases no  \      I       *      'a,er 'ban 5 pm Monday.  '     / Please ensure that Ihe  ' release includes the name of  Ihe conlacl or writer, along  wilh his/her home and work  phone numbers, particularly  if the material you are  submitting is handwritten.  COAST NEWS  Gibsons 886-2622 or lax 886-7725  Sechell 885-3950 or fax 885-5954  or mail to  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON IVO  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  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