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 Parliament" Buildings  VICTORIA. B.C.  V8V 1X5  *M.O  Attentioh'.Rod Cardih  ;0AST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ������������������������������������  Hydro comes  back on for  residents of  Executive House  Apartments   Q  IWA takes  serious look  at strike      -  action        3  Creek,  celebrates  tank removal /  New art show  features  Coast talent  11  Coast kids  turnout  in force to  learn from  Canadian  soccer great  Liberal leader  wins  Lord Jim's salmon  derby  18  Fire  danger  sparks  ban on  burning  by Darah Hansen  Record fires and lightening  strikes have forced a ban on  Coast burning from Pender Harbour to Gibsons.  Fire chiefs in the Coast communities confirmed Ihis week a  total ban on open burning has  gone into effect ��� and that  means no camp or beach fires  during Ihe Coast's busiest outdoor recreational season.  "Not only is there a threat of  the fire getting out of hand, but  (the Coast) is critically low on  its water supply," said Gibsons  fire chief Wally Dempster.  Dempster said July was a  "record month" for Gibsons  with the volunteer fire department responding to 23 calls. He  said most of the problems resulted from unattended beach fires.  In Sechelt, a lightning storm  on Wednesday (Aug. 3) kept fire  fighters from both the town and  Powell River Forest Service  busy all afternoon.  Fire control officer with the  forest service, Brian Mcintosh,  said an approximate 350 light-  ning strikes-.hil the ground on  the Sunshine toast Wednesday,  the majority concentrated in the  Secheltarea.     ,.,, j, .���...-.  - While the forest service battled a number of small���leaf  than one-tenth of a hectare ���  fires around the lower Coait  using both ground crew and  helicopters, the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department contained a  larger fire near the corner of  Highway 101 and Browning Rd  after lightning hit a tree and  exploded it into matchwood.  The fire bans are likely to  continue on the Coast while the  hot weather persists.  Over 3S0 fires are currently  blazing in the province, destroying an estimated 15,195  hectares. Since April 15, forest  fires this summer have cost taxpayers $30.6 million.  August 8,1994 Volume 48 Issue 32  Sechdt firelighters responded to a  Browning Road hat week. The Ore  lightning storm.  tola  brash Ore near the corner of Highway 101 aad  of bush Urea contained following an Aug. 3  Ian Cobb photo  Coast CPAWS aims for a greener BC  by Ian Cobb  What is it aboul Gibsons that  lures top level environmentalists?  Along with Ric Careless of  the World Wildlife Fund, Gibsons is also home to the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society's conservation director  George Smith and to CPAWS'  BC chapter representative  Sabine Jessen.  Considering CPAWS has a  national membership of over  200,000, this fact makes the  Gibsons connection all the more  intriguing.  Jessen said il's a "fluke" lhat  she and Smith came to be in  Gibsons. "It's pure coincidence,  really," she said.  As a CPAWS volunteer,  Jessen came to the Sunshine  Coast two years ago from Vancouver, having been involved  with Ihe society before then  while a student at Ontario's  Waterloo University.  Smith, who is one of the few  paid employees of the society,  became involved with CPAWS  by chance.  "The reason 1 got into this  line of work was because of the  Tetrahedron," he said.  Smith arrived on the Coast 10  years ago with plans to write and  to get away from the rat race.  However, after experiencing the  back country in the Tetrahedron  and after helping build the network of cabins in the area, he  became involved in the Tetrahedron Local Resource Use Plan  (LRUP) Core Committee.  Option Six, the 87 per cent  area of the Tetrahedron Plateau  that has thus for been agreed on  by the LRUP for protection and  submisaion to the provincial  Protected Areas Strategy, was  designed by Smith's Wilderness  Sub-Committee.  Smith said he became  involved with the LRUP when it  became obvious to him a lot of  the critical areas were going to  be logged.  "I just wanted them to practice intelligent forestry up  there."  While working on the LRUP  Smith has also established himself as one of the more active  conservationists in the nation.  In that time he has worked in  concert with Careless on saving  BC's Tatshenshini Wilderness  from a copper-mining fate and  getting it named a Class A  provincial park.  In fact, an environmental  poster distributed entitled Tatshenshini Wild, depicting a grizzly bear wading in a wild river,  was from a photograph of  Smith's. This same poster has  been presented to US Vice-President Al Gore.  "ll kind of tells Ihe story," he  shrugs when asked about the  colourful pholo.  During the campaign to save  the Tatshenshini, Smith worked  on a Canada-wide public speaking tour (with the organizational  aid of Jessen) and credits the  work done by people not jusl in  Canada but from "all over Ihe  continent for contributing to Ihe  George Smith  campaign" as the reason the area  was saved from copper mining.  While CPAWS works on an  array of protection and awareness campaigns throughout the  country, Smith is front and centre in perhaps the two most  important environmental projects surrounding area protection  in BC, along with keeping on  top of the ongoing LRUP discussions and the Vancouver  Island CORE process.  The first of the projects is situated in Ihe south-eastern area  of Ihe province, bordering  Alberta's Waterton Lakes  National Park and Montana's  Glacier National Park.  Called the Akamina-Kishine-  na area, it is also known as the  Crown of the Continent.  Smith shows off a mini-slide  show that explains Ihe beauty of  the area much better than words.  The Akamina-Kishinena is  one of the finest grizzly and deer  habitats in North America and  has more rare plants than anywhere else in BC, according lo  Smith.  turn to page 2  Hockey  ice crunch  could see  players  turned  away  by Ian Cobb  Unless there are some concessions made or a second sheel  of ice is miraculously established, roughly 100 Sunshine  Coast kids will have to sit out  the upcoming minor hockey season.  After conducting an early  registration to determine number  of youngsters wishing to play  hockey this year, the Sunshine  Coast Minor Hockey Association (SCMHA) has found there  are already 87 more kids registered than last year and SCMHA  president Walter Tripp believes  that number will top 100 by  September.  Thus far there are about 350  youngsters, aged five to 17,  signed lo play hockey on the  Coaat.  "We'll have to add teams in  Atom, Pee Wee and Bantam,''  Tripp aaid, adding that if the  SCMHA can't get extra ice time  from the District of Sechelt, "we  won't be able to fit them all in."  Sechelt council discovered  first hand how concerned some  local hockey players are aboul  the possibility of net playing  during an Aug. 3 council meeting.  Seventeen-year-old Dwight  Daviaon of Tuwanek approached council and asked  them to consider his plight and  that of other youths.  In a letter to council Daviaon  says, "This year I have no place  to play." He said the reason  there is no Juvenile team (17-19)  because of the lack of available  ice time.  "Upon completion of Grade  12,1 will be playing for a Junior  Club, but my chances of this can  be dramatically reduced if I  don't play minor hockey."  Davison asked council to  help him out and nffntn* ih*m  three choices: develop a residents only policy, allot another  four houn per week of ice time  to Minor Hockey or cover the  cost of his commute to Powell  River to play hockey.  Sechelt mayor Earl Basse discarded the idea of the municipality paying for Davison's commuting as "not a viable option."  The situation needs addressing, though, Basse said. "I'm not  sure what the answer is...I know  it's a real problem."  Ray Remple, chair of the  Sechelt Parks and Recreation  Committee, said one way to add  more ice time is for user groups  to be more flexible.  Tripp agreed with Remple  and noted the traditional  scheduling used by the adult  leagues is in the early to mid-  evening slots, mostly running  from 7:30 to 8:45 pm through  the week. The time slots that  could be better used by school-  aged kids.  "If lhat slot can be opened the  kids can definitely be accommodated," he said. "We don't  expect to cut the adults out completely but if we can't get any  more ice time we'll have to  restrict our registration."  Of course, the best solution  would be the establishment of  another sheet of ice, Tripp said.  The Sunshine Coast Arena  Association, of which Tripp is a  member, raised $6,000 last winter in a skate-a-thon. Some of  the money will be used to establish a viable plan for a second  sheet of ice and the rest will go  to the municipality, Tripp said,  to help cover whatever costs  may be arise with longer hours  ofoperationattherink. Coast News, August 8, 1994  If you have a  news  story or  see news  happening,'  call  885-3930.  The Coast  The Coast Made  BACK BY  POPULAR DEMAND  KID'S CAMP  Ki'gisUT Nn�� Kor August  7 SUNSHINE COAST  COMDIHCOUiCEINC  5iSBI*AitSaW��H.��  IMldftWjilmiXI FJliJWJltfiM*  lirw��% DaiaBoarCi  f/nfiW�� Smwtlfavts  U'flWftuft-iWuj /fi)*��in��>ijj  !:niplo\ ment Skill testing a\ timt  NEW AT  SUNCOAST MOTORS  PAGERS  ALSO  CELLULAR PHONES  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  Buy  Trade* Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5711 Tmil Strut Siclwlt 815-2182  Two Scrumptious Buffets  Branch & Dinner  from 11 am. to 2 p.m. & from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.  $9i95 pet penoH  (11 years and under 1/2 price)  ocean view dining at its best  in beautiful Davis Bay  news  Hasty house permit raises questions  by Jane Seyd  Sechelt's building department will be asking for some  extra paperwork from landowners in future, after a house  recently went up on a lot still  under a mv building regulation.  The land, on Baillie Road in  Wesl Sechelt, is under a restrictive covenant left over from the  time it was used as an absorption field for a community  sewage system. Under that regulation, no houses are supposed  to be built on the site.  Last week, the covenant was  still in force. But a building permit had been issued anyway,  and a house is currently under  construction on the land owned  by Burtnick Enterprises.  District building inspector  John Wright said the permit was  issued "because I made a mistake."  But "it doesn't mean they  have to stop building."  Not many properties have  restrictive covenants, said  Wright.  In future, though, property  owners will have to present the  district with a land title search  from the government agent's  office before permits get issued.  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The results  were then compared with  provincial guidelines for contaminated sites before the government gave approvals to lift  the covenant.  The local health department  also said the chance of bacteria  or viruses surviving on the site  was low.  "It's a safe site," said Wright.  The community sewer and  disposal field were dismantled  last year when properties in the  area were connected to Sechelt's  expanded main sewer system.  lights flick back on at Executive apartments  by Darah Hansen  Their power is back on, but  the tenants of the Executive  House Apartments in Oibsons  are still in the dark regarding  payment of their hydro bills.  Power was reconnected  Thursday afternoon (Aug. 4) to  four suites in the low-rent building which were cut off from BC  Hydro service one week earlier.  BC Hydro discontinued its  service to the suites last Thursday claiming lack of payment by  the apartment's owner.  Regional BC Hydro manager  Wayne Turner said power was  returned to the suites after Ray  Bartlett, the accountant for the  building's owners, issued a ''  cheque for the "full amount  owing" Thursday morning.  Turner would not disclose the  amount owed by the apartment,  but Michael MacBride, lawyer  for the "partnership"  of proprietors consisting of eight  Canadian busines-  men, said the bill  was $900.  The hydro issue  arose after BC  Hydro began switch- _____  ing the majority of  billing responsibility from the  building's individual tenants  directly to its management ���  with the exception of a few long-  term renters.  According to McBride, that  move was taken to avoid past  'It's been a  nightmare  for us'  ���Michael MacBride  problems of tenants skipping out  on their hydro bills.  The change has caused confusion for both the building's tenants ��� who say  ���~^~    they received no  notice that their  hydro    payments  were due prior to the  cutoff���as well as  for the owners.  "It's   been   a  ______    nightmare for us,"  said McBride, in a  phone interview from his Toronto law office. McBride said the  owners are "worried" about the  switch over of billing responsibility, suggesting the possibility  of a lawsuit over the issue.  "(But) we would prefer to  work this out amicably with  hydro first," he said.  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."  McBride added, he does not have  money invested in the apartments.  Meanwhile, he said tenants  can be comforted with ihe notion  that he will personally keep calling the hydro office on the Sunshine Coast to "avoid this ever  happening again."  "It makes us look bad,"  McBride said.  No time to pause for Gibsons CPAWS members  from page 1  "For someone who has spent  as much time in the Tatshenshini  to say there is nowhere more  beautiful (than Akamina-Kishi-  nena) is really saying something," Smith says of the area.  And through his efforts and  those of other environmentalists  in BC, such as members of the  East Kootenay Environmental  Society, "We're doing quite well  on that one. It's currently at the  top of recommended protected  areas in all of the Kootenays."  The second and newest of  CPAWS' and Smith's projects  could eventually become the  largest protected area in the continent. Located in the Northern  Rockies, in the central northeastern part of the province, the  project spans from the Kechika  River Valley in the south to the  Liird River in the north and east  and west from the Rockies to the  Cassier Range. In total, there are  50 untagged and unloaded watersheds.  "It has the highest wildlife  values of any roadless area in  North America," Smith said.  "It's very exciting. There's  some real possibilities there,"  Jessen said, adding the Northern  Rockies project is all a part of a  continent-wide plan to create a  protected corridor from the  northern Rockies south to Mexico. Smith uid almost everyone  living in the area is in favour of  protecting the area.  "It's an opportunity to have  protected areas within an enormous wildlife management area  and one that allows, in some  places, human economic activity."  As is probably expected, the  two CPAWS members speak  highly of one another.  "It's been great���it really  works out well," Jessen said of  working with Smith. Also, working wilh CPAWS and meeting  people, such as former Prime  Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau  has been "a totally overwhelming  experience."  Smith credits Jessen for her  tireless volunteer work (over  1,000 houis last year), as well as  other volunteers.  "CPAWS is a volunteer driven organization. They're the  heart and soul of the organization."  While absorbed with projects  far and abroad, Smith keeps  returning his thoughts to his  efforts on the Coast. "I care  about the Tetrahedron as much as  any place on the earth," he said.  Smith speaks while peeking  out a window from his office on  the bluff overlooking Gibsons  and the North Shore Mountains.  "It's kind of odd that I can do  this work and stay living in a  place I love."  American visitor dies while on Coast sailing holiday  Sechelt RCMP are ruling out "foul play"  in the death of a 48-year-old tourist Aug. 3.  Carl Schmilt, 48, of Wisconsin, USA, was  holidaying aboard a sail boat in Princess  Louisa Inlet when he was found unconscious  in a bathroom on the boat.  A physician from nearby Malibu Lodge, a  multi-denominational wilderness resort, and  BC Ambulance attendants from the Coast  responded and administered CPR for approx  imately 90 minutes before Schmilt was pronounced dead.  RCMP Staff Sgt. Cam Reid an autopsy  will be performed to determine Ihe exact  cause of death. A coroners report will follow.  REQUESTS FOR LETTERS OF INTENT  The Community Action Program for the Children (CAPC), is one component of the federal governments Brighter Futures Child Development Initiative. The goal of CAPC is to enable communities to develop comprehensive, integrated, long term programs that promote the health and  social development ol at risk children 0-6 and their families. The provincial priorities for funding  under CAPC are: support for young parents, including prospective parents, crisis intervention  and injury prevention.  The B.C. Association of Indian Friendship Centres (BCAIFC) has been funded under CAPC to  work in partnership with the B.C. Child and Youth Secretariat and Regional Child and Youth  Committees to facilitate the development of regional and province-wide culturally sensitive, integrated programs and services.  WHO CAN APPLY:  Community organizations which include both non-Aboriginal and off-reserve Aboriginal groups,  that are incorporated, non-profit and non-government. Coalitions of community organizations that  represent a broad array of interests and fields of activity who plan to work together to develop  and deliver programs will be given preference.  A submission of Letters of Intent is invited based on the following program needs for the Howe  Sound Corridor and the Sunshine Coast Region.  A COMMUNITY BASED FACILITY TO SUPPORT AND EDUCATE FAMILIES AT RISK.  Across the province, at least 25% of the services must be provided for off-reserve Aboriginal and  Metis children 0-6 years and their families, through this will vary from region to region depending  on the size of the Aboriginal and Metis population. The letter of Intent should address how this  requirement will be met.  A Quide to Applicants, description of regional boundaries and history of the process to date can  bo obtained from the Regional Coordinator, CAPC Project at: 209 - 1999 Marine Drive North  Vancouver, B.C. V7P 3J3. Phone: 986-7048 Fax: 986-3530  Letters of Intent will be accepted at the above address until 4:30 p.m. August 22,1994. Agencies  who have submitted letters of intent which are approved by a Task Group will then be invited to  submit detailed proposals.  Fishermen to accept industry price offer  A one-year truce has been  signed by BC fishers and companies.  Thanks to a 92 per cent strike  vote cut by fishermen belonging lo the United Fishermen and  Allied Workers' Union  (UFAWU) in July, the Fish Processors Bargaining Association  (FPBA), representing fishing  companies, changed their position enough to make union repre  sentatives urge Iheir members lo  accept the FPBA offer.  "The companies moved substantially enough in their offer to  enable us to recommend acceptance," said UFAWU president  John Radosevic August 3.  The offer includes a et minimum price of $1.20 a pound for  net-caught sockeye in all regions  except the Fraser River and Oulf  of Georgia. In those two regions  Silent Auction  &t Garage Sale  sponsored by the Roberts Creek  VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.  SatAu&ttth  10am-3pm  SttMary's Catholic OwrchaHall  Gibsons * Re_tv_ttt__!_____________  the price of net-caught sockeye  will be $1.10 a pound until  August 21 and $1.00 a pound  after that date.  There is a new formula in the  contract proposal to adjust the  minimum price depending on Ihe  export price of a case of 48 half-  pound cans of sockeye.  These price adjustments,  which will likely be made every  Dec. 31 and March 31, will occur  if the price of a case rises to $100  or more. A case is currently listed at $75.  Minimum prices for spring  salmon will be $1.00 a pound,  with bright chums at 35 to 45  cents, dark chums at 20 cents,  coho at 65 cents and pinks at 25  cents a pound.  Meanwhile, the UFAWU is  still up lo it's neck in negotiations as the shoreworkers and  tenderers are still without a contract and they have voted 95 and  87 per cent for strike aclion  unless the FPBA comes back  with a better cor.liaci offer.  MM* Coast News, August 8, 1994  news  Woodworkers pushing for strike vote  by Ian Cobb  A "Iwo bit" offer by the forest industry has  pushed the International Woodworkers of  America (IWA) Union to call for strike votes.  The 27,000 IWA members working in  BC's forest industry will be conducting strike  votes over the next two weeks, the union  announced August 5.  Forest Industrial Relations (FIR), the bargaining agent for the industry, offered the  union a three-year contract with 25,20 and 15  cent increases over those three years.  "FIR's proposal is a two-bit offer," commented IWA-Canada president Gerry Stoney.  "Their proposal is an insult. At a time  when the forest industry is reaping record  profits the best they can come up with, after  three months of negotiations, is a three year  proposal with wage increases totaling 60  cents an hour."  IWA Local 1-71 president Murray Cantelon said money is only part of the problem  with the FIR's offer.  "It's not just money. That's only part of  the equation because job security is equally as  important," he said.  Local 1-71 will be conducting strike votes  at 7 pm, Aug. 13 at the Royal Canadian  Legion in Sechelt and at the same time on  Aug. 14 at the Cedars Inn in Gibsons.  In addition, Cantelon said a ballot box  will be on hand at the IWA office at 1014  Venture Way in Gibsons and members can  cast votes from 1 to 5 pm Monday to Friday.  Cantelon said he expects a high strike vote  because such a move would clearly demon  strate to the indusiry lhal they should re-visil  negotiations "knowing we've got Ihe support  of the men.  "We're just hoping the indusiry is Ihrough  playing goofy little games," Cantelon said,  echoing Stoney's statement that the FIR offer  is "insulting" and "a little bizarre."  Especially, he said, in the lighl of recent  financial upswings in (he industry, including a  recent Canadian victory in the Canada-USA  softwood lumber trade dispute that will see  $800-million returned lo Canada from the US,  with half coming loBC.  IWA-Local 1-71 has roughly 400 members on the Sunshine Coast.  IWA employees at Bayside Mill in Port  Mellon are working under a different contract  and are not affected by ihis turn of events.  Two hospitalized in spate of accidents  Two Sechelt residents were  airlifted to Vancouver General  Hospital with serious injuries  following separate motor vehicle accidents Aug. 2 and 3.  On Aug. 2, at 9:50 pm,  Bruce Johnson, 39, was thrown  from a car that went off Lookout  Avenue.  Johnson sustained back  injuries in the accident and was  taken to St. Mary's Hospital and  then later transferred to the  spinal unit at Vancouver General. Johnson was a passenger in  the vehicle, a 1965 Austin  Healy, driven by Stephen  Lawrence Day, 43, of Sechelt.  Police are investigating the accident.  At 5:25 am on Aug. 3  Andrew Robertson lost control  of his 1981 Honda on Highway  101 near Davis Bay and hit a  power pole.  Robertson suffered head  injuries and was taken to St.  Mary's and then later transferred to Vancouver General.  At press time he was listed in  critical condition.  Sechelt detachment RCMP  were kept hopping between  Aug. 1 and 3 dealing with a  number of other of vehicle accidents.  'A Garden Bay resident's  vehicle sustained $2,500 in  damages after an accident that  occured at 7:35 pm on Aug. 2.  Nolan Percival was westbound on Highway 101 near  Misery Mile when he swerved  and went off the highway while  avoiding an oncoming vehicle in  his lane of travel.  At 11:10 pm, two semi-trailers collided on a corner of Highway 101 at Madeira Park.  David Krajnc of Campbell  River was traveling northbound  in a 1989 Peterbilt and Michael  Demone of Wetaskiwin, Alta.  was heading southbound in a  1988 White when their rigs  came together.  Police determined Krajnc  crossed Ihe centre line and he  has been issued a warning.  Demone's vehicle sustained  about $3,000 in damage and  Krajnc's damages are estimated  at $200.  At 3 pm on Aug 3, Ivan Hink  of Gibsons stopped his 1985  Ford truck for a pedestrian  crossing Cowrie Street in  Sechelt.  However, a 1987 Chevy driven hy Susan Shepard of Sechell  slammed into the back of Hink's  truck. Damage is estimated by  the police at $3,200.  At 4:05 pm, a 1992 Nissan  Pathfinder driven by Allen  Richard Edwards of Roberts  Creek went off Ihe right side of  the road on Highway 101, about  halfway up Rat Portage Hill.  The truck narrowly missed  striking a power pole before it  hit the ditch and flipped on its  side. Police estimate the damage to be about $8,500.  Police also reported a vehicle  theft that occured the night of  August 1.  Sechelt RCMP are investigating the theft of a 1988 Mercury  Sable (licence CHC 105) that  was stolen from Dubois Road in  Madeira Park.  "Malaspina Transport" is  written on the side of the car  which has not been located.  Police are asking anyone who  has seen the vehicle to contact  them.  Regional district Area F by-election approaches  The by-election for the director for area F, West Howe  Sound, of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) is  scheduled to take place Aug. 13  at Langdale Elementary School.  Polls will be open at Ihe  school from 8 am to 8 pm with  unofficial results available at the  SCRD office in Sechell Sunday  afternoon. Official results of the  election will be available Tuesday, Aug. 16.  Candidates for the director's  chair are Eric Cardinall and John  McNevin.  Cardinall's political experience on the Coast includes active  involvement in a number of  organizations including the West  Howe Sound Recreation Commission; Gibsons Aquatic Commission; Area F planning committee; B.C. Ferry ad hoc committee; and the West Howe  Sound Elector's Association.  McNevin, currently a councillor with the Town of Gibsons,  has a background in municipal  politics including a stint as  regional board chair and director  for area F in the 1970s. If elected  to the SCRD, he has said he will  vacate his chair on Gibsons  council.  The by-election for the area F  director's seat became necessary  after current area director, Tony  Laver, announced earlier in the  year he would be stepping down.  FOR   SALE   ���   OCEAN   VIEW  $289,000 incl GST  Oceanmount Estates  2600 sq. ft.  Close to schools & transit,  5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms  fireplace, natural gas  throughout, sprinkler  system, built in vacuum  886-0992  Low Cost Haircuts  Unisex Hair Salom;  Perms  Haircut  Adult: 8.95  Child: 6.95  Sell & use professional products  Colour or  Streaks  Short  32.9S  24.00  Medium  35.49  26.00  U>ng  39.49  29.00    Mon.-Sat. 9-9 By Appointmenl KK6-060.5 Veronica  The Sargeant Bay Society  under the Job Development Program of Human  Resources Development Canada (formerly: Employment  and Immigration Canada) has openings for:  Trail Builders  to build a 2km trail from the north boundary of Sargeant  Bay Provincial Park to Triangle Lake. The job will start  on August 22 and will last 22 weeks. Pay rate: $7.50 per  hour ($300 per week). Benefits: 4% Vacation Pay, paid  Statutory Holidays, Canada Pension Plan, Workers'  Compensation Coverage, eligibility for Unemployment  Insurance, if unemployed at the end of the project.  The jobs are open to long-term unemployed persons.  Successful applicants will receive training and experience  in trail construction, which is a growth industry on the  Sunshine Coast. Training includes courses in Outdoor  Survival First Aid and Safe Chainsaw Operation.  Applications should be received before August 15 and  addressed to: Sargeant Bay Society, P.O. Box I486,  Sechelt, VON 3A0. Or phone: 885-9308.  Hie Sargeant Bay Society is an Et-ial Opportunity Employer.  From prowlers to wild animals...  things that go bump in the night  by Darah Hansen  At 5 am on a weekday morning, the last thing anyone wants  to find in his or her backyard is  a couple of strangers rooting  around in the bushes.  Bul that's exactly what happened lo Ihe Duvenage family of  Sechell early Friday (Aug. 5)  morning after awakening to  "scratching noises" from out  near their house.  Upon investigation. Melody  Duvenage discovered what she  thought were two young  prowlers dressed in "baggy  clothes" shuffling around near  the carport of the family's  Marine Way townhouse.  The Iwo skulkers scampered  into bushes after Duvenage  shouted oul to them.  ll wasn't until the arrival of  the police shortly after that the  identity of the prowlers was  revealed.  A quick poke around the area  with a flashlight uncovered two  curious bears, who, frightened  upon their discovery, vacated  the townhouse projeci of iheir  own accord.  Duvenage's mother, Kay, a  two-year resident of the Coast,  said the family was surprised to  see wildlife so close to town and  now feels compelled to tell others to keep and eye out for bears  and other animals.  "I think people should be  made aware there are bears so  close to (residential areas)," she  said.  In fact, bears are a relatively  common occurrence on Ihe Sunshine Coast, particularly earlier  in the year, said local conservation officer Doug Pierce.  He said reporis of bears in  residential communities are typically reduced by July and  August.  Pierce said to help avoid  attracting bears into town, residents should make certain iheir  garbage bags are properly sealed  and stored where a bear can't  gel al themt.  He added, if a bear is sighted  nearby, residents are urged to  move indoors.  "Don't push (the bear), or  pressure him," he said.  Pierce said the conservation  office will attend to the bear if il  persists in Ihe neighbourhood.  The most typical method is lo  lay a live-trap and relocate the  bear to an uninhabited area.  WOW!  .. and to think I read  it in the Coast News!  COAST^NEWS  PROUDLY SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945.  js your* home.  PROTKT^D?  AFFORDABLE  HOME & OFFICE PROTECTION  HOME SECURITY HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER!!  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And the District of Sechelt has been carrying the  albatross weight of running the arena for some time, fielding the complaints of user groups over the high cost of  skating and struggling to accommodate a burgeoning skating population.  A plan to distribute the cost among other regions of the  Coast, however, was turned down by most areas in a referendum last fall.  So, what do we have? A run-down facility used by people from all over the Coast which one municipality, or more  correctly, which the taxpayers of one municipality pay for.  Sechelt should at this point incorporate a structured system where residents of areas supporting the arena through  taxes pay less to use the facility. This doesn't have to  viewed as a retaliatory measure, but more of a necessity  given the continued increase of arena use by non-Sechelt  residents.  If there should happen to be a resulting outcry from outside user groups perhaps the regional board will agree to do  something, like helping in even some small way with the  arena's financing.  The board, charged with wisely spending taxpayer dollars, has recently installed a new $17,000 table - which for  all intents and purposes equates to a mini rink in which  directors see themselves as big league players.  If the directors, demonstrating an enviable far-sightedness, can make such prudent playing-field purchases for  themselves, why can they not see their way to helping a  facility used extensively by the the region's young people?  Area F by-election,  more than just  another vote  There is a regional district by-election this Saturday  Aug.13 in which two would-be new directors will square  off across a regional polling booth.  Candidates Eric Cardinal! and John McNevin are both  long-time residents of the Coast. Both have experience in  local politics and both have track records indicating  involvement and dedication to the community.  And both men are capable of infusing new ideas, concepts and values into the regional district boardroom-  Challenging old guard SCRD members, as it were and,  and even perhaps shaking the tree of change.  Well, more power to them. There is nothing the SCRD  needs more than a good shake.  As for the voters, it's up to you to pick your candidate  and vote. A good turn-out means whichever candidate  wins has the support of the people he will represent. If  you don't exercise your right to vote you forfeit your right  to complain later.  The polling will take place at Langdale elementary  school from 8 am to 8 pm.  Be there.  letters  Table talk  The following letter to the  SCRD was forwarded to the  Coast News for publication  I am having some problems  trying to visualize a $17,000  table, especially when it has a  fairly insignificant function. Are  your homes and private offices  fitted in such splendour?  No doubt you are a very worthy group, but $17,000 does  seem a mite excessive.  Perhaps you should sell it and  put the money to somewhere that  could benefit the general public.  But who would buy it? MacBlo,  and Canfor spend their money  more carefully, and it might be  undersized for Buckingham  Palace.  In politics we see so often that  ordinary people, from ordinary  backgrounds develop some  extraordinary appetites once they  have access to public funds.  Perhaps you could make it a  tourist attraction, have daily  toura, sell picture postcards ... I  think there must be thousands of  under privileged people out there  who have never seen a $17,000  table.  There maybe other treasures  that we should hear about.  There are a few more questions that need answers. What  happened to the old table? Who  was the super salesman that sold  the table? Was it handcrafted on  the Coast to provide employment  for several tradesmen? What  exotic materials went into the  crafting of this magnificent monument?  Seventeen thousand dollars is  still a significant sum to most of  your humble constituents, and  we hope you will use proper  restraint in future. Purchase of  these items should be done  through public notice so bids can  be submitted from local businesses.  D. CONNOR  Roberts Creek  Hydro-phobia  Since the idea of hydroplane  racing in Porpoise Bay is still  being 'floated', I felt the  thoughts of a former hot-rodder  and motocross racer who spent  35 years living across the lake  from this region's oldest and  largest unlimited hydroplane..  event (Gold Cup. Seafair races on  Lake Washington) might be  apropos.  Growing up in the 50s, the  races were hot stuff. My young  friends and I knew all the boats  and drivers and took a keen  interest in hull design. We even  dragged crude wooden 'hydros'  behind our bikes, making the  'crack the whip' as we turned.  Living on Lake Washington, I  could row or paddle to the log  boom lining the race course and  later would make elaborate rafts.  As a child in the unenlightened  '50s and 60s, this sort of boyish  enthusiasm was excusable.  As an adult in the 1990s it is  not. The squandering of precious  fossil fuel for our mindless entertainment is morally reprehensible.  John Sperring (Impact Promotions) and Gordon Clayton  are promoting this as good family fun. My experience is otherwise. A few years ago my sister  and her husband returned to  Seattle for a .vacation and decided to row over to the Seafair  races - just like old times. They  came back early - disgusted and  fearful that their young girls  would see the drunken couple  copulating in the boat next to  them on the log boom. Is ihis  typical? You bet! The Seafair  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  Tht Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  Include you name, address and telephone number.  races have turned into a massive  beer bust - just ask the people  who live near the spectators area  and have to put up with the  brawls and the trash, that which  doesn't end up on the bottom  floats around for Ihe rest of the  summer.  And the noise! As a kid, I  remember hearing the boats  practicing while inside a supermarket 10 kilometres from Ihe  course for a whole week prior lo  race day. Imagine how the  screaming noise would bounce  around the confines of Sechelt  Inlet! The event is being touted  as a money maker (most likely  for the promoters) but what  would be the impact of the noise  and congestion on our existing  tourist draws? How would  campers at Porpoise Bay Park or  refugees form the city, enjoying  the peace of their summer cabins, feel about the assault of  noise and congestion - the very  things they come to the Sunshine  Coast to escape?  If you want an event that will  cater to 16 to 24 year old testosterone - impaired males (and  those that behave like them), an  event that will severely divide  the community, then you've  come up with a great idea - especially when combined with sponsorship by a major beer company. If you want something that  everyone in the community  would be proud to support,  something that takes into account  the Sunshine Coast's unique  offerings, then think a little harder or find someone who can.  MICHAEL DAVIDSON  Sandy Hook  Grannies and SCRD candidate being unfairly put upon  Sometimes in our zealous at'empts to uncover  the dirt (read: truth) about things, we press-types  end up trampling the innocent.  You see examples of this eveiy day, whether it  be television, radio or print news.  Former Coast News editor Larry Marshall effectively explained the reasons why the media covers  the bad news as well as the good news���because it  is our duty to do so.  And unfortunately, people, whether they will  admit it or not, covet the bad news more than the  good news.  There are only so many stories of 14-year-old  boys saving lives after a boating accident or of the  family dog waking everyone up in time to get them  out of the burning house.  I received a phone call from a concerned Ragging Granny Jo Cardinall Friday morning.  An article that ran on the front page of the Coast  News Weekender on July 28, headlined Legality of  Cavalcade boat blow-up questioned, and penned by  yours truly seems to have twisted more than one  pair of gitch in Gibsons.  The Grannies and even more absurdly, Eric Cardinall, Jo's husband, are taking a lot of flack for  the article.  Eric is currently running in the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Electoral Area F by-election  in the middle  against Gibsons councillor John McNevin.  "People are saying you Grannies went too far  this lime," Jo said, adding that though she was  happy I reported ihe event was conducted without  official permission from the Coast Guard or the  Ministry of Environment, the Grannies didn't  uncover this tidbit... I DID ��� so leave the  Grannies and Eric Cardinall, who has nothing at all  to do with the Grannies aside from being married  to one ���ALONE.  I was merely doing my job and if I went aboul  turning a blind eye to various news angles, as this  was, despite the cries of the righteous, I woulu,.'  be able to look In the minor in die morning and I  wouldn't deserve to be a part of the Coast News  staff.  Why did I call the Ministry of Environment,  Ian cobb  you ask? While watching the opening ceremonies  of the Sea Cavalcade, I wondered how the event  could be sanctioned by the ministry.  I was told by organizers that no permission was  required because the event was a traditional thing.  Clear-cut logging of old growth forests was a  traditional thing before people realized lhat this tradition was one that could and should be altered.  No permission seemed, to me, to be pretty  dodgy.  My curiosity piqued, I called the Ministry of  Environment and discovered thai the organizers  really should get permission from at least the Coast  Guard before staging such an event.  I must also say, at this point, that I believe the  event was run with the greatest concern for safety.  Because the Grannies were opposed to the  event, I used them as part of the balance to the  story.  As I said earlier���it is the job and the duty of a  newspaper reporter to uncover things, such as the  boat blow-up nol being officially sanctioned by  governing bodies overseeing Ihe well-being of the  harbour and to make a story balanced all sides have  to represented ��� which they were in the story.  Incidentally, there were other people against the  boat blow-up, citing the same concerns of it being  environmentally unsound and giving kids the  wrong message, lhan just the Grannies.  The organizers of the Sea Cavalcade, all good  folks and all deserving of high praise for their  efforts in putting on what truly was a fun and colorful weekend, are also some of the more influential people in Ihe lown.  They're not nor should Ihey be exempt from  playing by the rules.  Anyway, I was looking forward to seeing the  boat go kerflooey. While I think Ihe Grannies have  a good point ��� I also don't see the harm in the odd  boat blowing up for our viewing pleasure.  Finally, I must ask again���don'l shoot Eric Cardinall or the Grannies for that story���if you must  shoot someone ��� shoot the messenger, if it will  make you feel better.  COAST^NEWS  l��e Coast New Of IfteWeeaeix/er:  CtnttU: I year ��� J35 ��� J2.4S CST- H7.4S  6 months- ��20����t.40GST-$2l.40  lyeaf ��� $60|NoGST)  Heg. No 4702  the Sumhine Coast News is published on  Ihe Sunshine Coasl B.C. evecy Monday by  Cltssheel rrets IU.  Gibsons Office JJ7Cn*e lane  Bo�� 4*0, Gibsons, BC, VON 1VO  (mm) aaa.2622, f a�� immi aaa-tm  MM Office ��� mt Cmttrl* St  Bo�� 68, Sedwh, B.C, VON JAO  (604) MS- 3930,  Fa�� I604| 885 3954  PutAahtr  JeanneM Van Hattem  Ettttett  Stuart Bumside  tteportere  Oman Haraan. Ian CoU>.  SAIeaManaQet  Slmon���C���l1y���l���*"��,'  Jane Seyd  Attvtniaing  Photoorapriei  Joel Jchnetone  nepreaettlattves  GanlarQartaneon.  jHct Edmon*. Sown Connw  Oflice Manager  Cexeamsttst  KndyJuWa  OlkeSlafl  -aeeom  PnxtKtion  Elizabeth Simpaon.  Anno Page  Patnoa Wolfe. 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Gift certificates can only be redeemed at  one of the following stores (your choice):  Trail bay  _t Coast News, August 8, 1994  B  ?IAN AHLSTEN  ���h  10 years of award  winning experience  COASTWIDE  REALTY  885-0505  letters  New in Lower Gibsons  ONE HOUR PHOTO  Printing & Developing  Color Prints up to 8X10 ��� Black & White Prints  Film & Batteries also available  CUSTOM Enlargements up to 20" X 24"  ALL WORKDONEONSm ��� SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED  E & E Photography ��� 287 Gower Point Road ��� 886-4586   (next door to Omega Restaurant)   From T-shirts to  tiaras... rebuttal  This five month program oil-  minaling in the Pageant can  hardly be compared to a wet t-  shirt contest, a contest I might  add that belongs in the dark ages.  Any fool can get a t-shirt wet and  show off their breasts!  The Ambassador contestants  spend five months of concentrated effort in an eight week course  of Toastmasters for public speaking. Most of the contestants were  very shy when they began the  course and at the end of il they  were able to speak in public with  confidence. They also had a two  day workshop for the Superhost  and Travel Councillor course,  which when successfully completed gives each contestant the  opportunity to work in any  tourist booth in BC. Each contestant must have 30 hours of community work and they each had a  project which was judged individually by five judges.  We have to raise money for  this program so we had several  fund-raisers to which each contestant contributed.  readers write  These young people learn  skills which they carry with them  throughout their lives, skills such  as co-operation, sharing, dependability, trust, punctuality and self  confidence. This program is the  only projeci that is offered to all  young people from the ages of  17-21 in which they have the  opportunity to increase their personal skills with no financial  investment.  The contestants are not judged  on their physical attributes but  rather their ability lo communicate, co-operate and share their  time, energy and understanding  with others.  The chosen contestants will  represent Cibsons in other communities throughout BC as well  as here in Gibsons.  To compare this program to a  wet t-shirt contest is nol only  insulting to all the contestants  but to the sponsors and all the  people in the community who  volunteered iheir time and energy not to mention the businesses  that contributed money to the  bursaries and newspaper ads.  I would suggest to all those  thai feel this is a beauty contest  to spend one month out of the  five and come to all our meetings  and functions and get to know  the contestants before passing  judgement. I might add, that it is  very easy to criticize especially  when those doing the criticizing  have not volunteered one second  to the program.  The people who help to put  the program and pageant together have families, businesses and  jobs and all the hours of work are  a  Looking for the  ULTIMATE office?  X3  Cowrie  Street  ��� Pleasant Working  Environment  ��� Comfortable  ��� Convenient  Downtown Sechelt  ��� Professionals  limited space  available  Call Now  885-53 IO  DID YOU KNOW?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.  Ruby already  shines  I am writing this letter in  response to "Polishing up the  Image of Ruby Lake" found in  the Thursday, August 4th edition. For the record I enjoy  swimming and canoeing in our  lakes, however I feel that a com-  promise must be reached  between those who enjoy powered vessels, and those who prefer more leisurely activities.  Due to the fact that a compromise must be reached  between those who enjoy powered vessels, and those who prefer more leisurely activities.  Due to the fact that the Coast  has an abundance of lakes,  which in fact have already  banned Ihe use of motorized  vessels for Iheir own reasons, it  seems only fair to leave Ruby  Lake available for such activities. In doing so, it does art  leave swimmers and canoeist  wilh no other options. If they  feel lhal Ruby Lake is potentially dangerous because of the jet  skis and power boats, there are  many other lakes to enjoy without such worries.  Wilh all of the beautiful  places on the Sunshine Coast, it  seems quite unreasonable to  limit residents and visitors alike  to what only suits half of us.  D.DUNDAS  Garden Bay  NOTICE TO ALL  RESIDENTS OF GIBSONS  Please adhere to the "No Parking" signs at ths  intersection of Burns, Headlands, and Franklin Roads,  as vehicles will be towed if necessary to enforce the  safety of the intersection.  Also, please take note of the "Daylight Parking Only" -  permitted in front of Pebbles Beach.  (Mrs.) Valdine Michaud  BYLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER  TOWN OF QIBSONS  SPRINKLING BAN  ZONE 3  Effective immediately and until further notice, there is a total sprinkling  ____ in the Zone 3 water system. Please also refrain from washing  down driveways and vehicles.  Zone 3 includes the areas from Henry Road to North Road, Highway  101 north to Reed Road, plus Tricklebrook, Mountainview, Trallee,  Seacot, Cascade and Creekside.  Wilbert Fair  Superintendent of Public works  August 2nd, 1994  Voting no  1 regret that I shall be voting  against the new Gibsons library.  I realize a new library would be  a wonderful asset to our community, however, Ihe figures  just don't add up.  The Town plans to build a  5700 square foot building at a  cost of 1.5 million dollars or  $263 per square foot and we  already own the land. Any reputable building contractor will  tell you a quality home with  kitchen cabinets, carpet, the  works, can be built for $100 per  square foot. Where does council  get their prices from? Obviously  they are not spending their own  money.  Why is it to be built on the  most expensive property in  lower Gibsons where there is no  parking? Why is it not being  built on flat land we already  own in upper Gibson! where  (parking is not a problem?  A first class library of this  size could be built on flat land  for one third of the original proposal. I for one do not want to  be taxed out of town.  C.GRAY  Gibsons  Adnauseum  Re: "Please don't be fooled"  (ad, p.6, Aug. 1CN)  The purchaser of the anti-  library ad is confused in several  respects. All levels of government do not handle their money  in the same way. With local  governments, unless a specific  expenditure is okayed by the  voters, the money is neither  raised nor spent. If the expenditure is okayed, then Ihe money  is used for that purpose alone;  this isn't like home, where  funds allocated for a new TV  may instead go toward roof  repairs or reduction of the Mastercard balance. According to  the Coast News figures, the  additional sum for the new  library for each property owner  will average oul to an annual  $10. We can handle it.  '���The ad then goes on to ask:  When did you last use the  library?  When did you last need to  use waler?  Let's change the first sentence. How about: When did  you lasl use the hospilal? (I'm  well. Obviously there is no need  for a hospital) Or: Do you have  children in school? (This  doesn't apply to me. Close Ihe  schools.) Some things are for  the good of society as a whole.  To go on with the rest of the  ekl  Evergreen Landscaping  serving the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years  TOP QUALITY: Workmanship. Design. Materials  FOH YOUR: Landscape, Irrigation. Fencing needs   e   DESIGN, CONSULTATION or FREE ESTIMATE  Inquiries welcome for our  DO-lT-YOUtlSELF packages  885-5033 * Fax 885-3066  If you want to do It once, call us first!  ad, I'd say that our water is pretty darned good. I checked, and  it's still coming out of the tap.  The ad mentions insufficient  police in Gibsons. I remember  reading last year that Sechelt's  population had just grown to the  point where they would have to  begin paying for their own  police force. We are only half  the size of Sechelt, so this sort  of decision isn't up to us.  "Safe sidewalks?" I've never  felt ill at ease walking around  Gibsons at any time, although  admittedly on some late nights  I've been wary of stepping into  a pothole. "Proper storm  drainage" now, that's one I  would be prepared to work for.  If the 'ad buyer feels strongly  about these issues, then I urge  him to work to bring about  change. If he perceives that the  council is irresponsible, then he  should run for council himself  or support people who reflect  his own views.  But to vote against the  library because he'll never use  it?  E.M. GOLDMAN  Gibsons  Editor's note: The $10 figure  in question represents an incr-  erase to existing taxes, which  are roughly $8 for the average  $100,000 home. The figure does  not Include the 10-year loan  payment of about $14 a year on  the same home.  A missed  opportunity  Et tu Brute! The dying Julius  Caesar to his friend turned  assassin. Or should it have been  "Ettu Harry Almond"?  Fate sometimes resolves  deadlocked situations in mysterious ways. The script was  drafted ��� a former SPCA President who is also an alternate on  the Regional District Board  ('SCRD backs dog control  guidelines', Aug 1994 edition).  What better person to start  building bridges. To lower the  temperature.  To explain to the SPCA the  rationale behind the SCRD's  attitude. To explain to the  SCRD the operations of the  SPCA on the Sunshine Cosst,  filtered clean of the distortions  which continue lo circulate.  What an opportunity you  missed, Harry Almond, when,  instead, you took your nasty pill  thai morning. The old chestnut  about wise complaints when  you know full well that then  President Lenore Cheesmsn and  her Board, much to her credit,  done after work, sometimes until  the wee hours of the morning.  Everyone is entitled to their  opinion but please base them on  researched facts and not emotional nonsense. I personally  have been a feminist for many  years and I am very pleased that  beauty contests are a Ihing of the  past. We all have the right lo dignity and respect and no one  should be judged on their physical attributes.  I would like to suggest to the  paper that in the future with an  event as important as the Ambassador pageant that it be given  some positive coverage not just  negative coverage. Actually, how  about coverage of the event itself  and the five months of preparation? The negative coverage is  very disappointing for the contestants and all those people who  volunteered time, energy, money  and ideas.  To all of you, I thank you  with a million stars.  Without all of us the program  and pageant would not  occur...Thank youi  SUZANNEDUNKERTON  coordinator for the Gibsons  Ambassador Pageant I  dipped into the SPCA's scarce  funds and soundproofed the  shelter.  If you had one scrap of residual loyalty to the SPCA organization (I'm not talking of people  here - that persons sometimes  dislike each other is an every  day given), you would have personally uncovered the truth.  And to twist the ideal of 'no  euthanasia for adoptable animals' to 'no euthanasia' is a distortion you should be ashamed  of.  In the real world, ideals have  sometimes to be set aside.  Euthanasia for non-adoptable  animals does take place - Ihe  SPCA will provide you with  statistics.  But when the adoptability  threshold is crossed, it does its  best lo keep close to its ideal,  but, I repeat, the real world  imposes practical considerations.  If you were abreast of the  SPCA's philosophy, you would  know that more extensive spaying and neutering of cats snd  dogs to reduce the number of  unwanted animals is a major  milestone on the road to the  ideal of reducing the necessity  for euthanasia.  And on whal date were you  at the SPCA shelter counting 90  cats? There is no record of your  visit. Perhaps you will document your head count, maybe  you counted fast and forgot to  divide by four. I'm sure the  SPCA will want to find out how  their own daily records can be  so far out.  Come on Harry. To quote a  well used phrase - be part of the  solution and not part of the  problem.  BERNARD K.McG RATH  Gibsons  In defense of Skea  What is the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board in Sechelt  doing?  They are broke!  Even the Sechelt District residents have lo pay enormous  taxes to the regional board?  Why? To keep them alive, so  Ihey can raise their salaries?  The regional board (we hear)  receives $500,000 from Sechelt!  Why?  The regional board is not  able to keep the watersheds  clean.  The regional board is not  able lo handle Ihose logging  companies.  The regional board is nol  able to deal a belter ferry service oul for Ihe Sunshine Coast  residents.  The regional board is charging for 'dog control' but gangs  of poaching dogs are running at  large, making damages.  Those things to work on,  would be more important, Mn.  Chair Connor, instead of spending money from the Sechelt taxpayer, by running to (even) the  Supreme Court to spoil the  activity of a man (George Skea),  who is producing something.  It shows that il is a shame  and your representative dropped  the job, because he felt guilty.  There were other possibilities  to handling this deal gently.  DETLEVSTIEGLER  Sechelt  ...    .     . ��� -,  ���������' ������'-���k-' I Coast News, Augusi 8, 1994  community  george In glbsons  Graduates  celebrate  Graduates of the 1994  Working in Trades program celebrate the completion of the nine-month program. Good luck to all of  you! If you are Interested In  the 1994-95 program  beginning October 11,  please call 886-3807.  photo submitted  by George Cooper  Eileen Spencer reports on one event her  group of volunteers arranged for Camp  Goodtimes on July 30. "Our group was just  one of many volunteers thai made Ihe camp a  jolly affair for these children," she said. "We  prepared and served a roast beef dinner  accompanied by a hundred Yorkshire puddings, which were all eaten. And pies donated by others who wanted to help."  "Some thank-yous are in order," Eileen  said, "One is to Super Valu for reduced  prices on the food we required, and to  Branch 109, Gibsons Legion, who paid for it.  And to Pat at the Funny Farm who supplied  special green peas for our salads."  Library  You voted last year, didn't you, for the  new larger library to serve areas E and F in  Gibsons. And everything came to nought,  you remember. Now we have to do it all over  again on Aug. 13. That's for the new building and its operating costs. We must stir ourselves to get out to vote or everything will  come to nought once more.  Check Ihe insert that came with last  Thursday's Weekender for details such as  where your polling station is. Do phone your  acquaintances and remind them to vote.  Need a ride to your polling station? Telephone 886-4772.  Harmony hall  Picnic Day July 26 at Porpoise Bay turned  comfortably warm after a cool morning  wind. Out on the saltchuck, sparkling in the  sunshine, a couple of Canada geese swam  back and forth afraid to come ashore to their  grazing and dumping ground in the picnic  area.  At noon the Harmony Hatters filled plates  with the good things on the pot luck table  and in Ihe afternoon participated in games all  remembered from childhood picnic times.  Fun indeed! Useful prizes selected by convener Lilie Eidet were happily competed for.  The egg and spoon race was won by Mary  Bell Holland; the hilarious game of feed  your partner jello while blindfolded was won  by Vel Thomson and Marguerite Robinson  with a consolation prize to George Withnall  and Joyce Kaspar.  The water-loaded balloon competition  was won with a splash by Doreen Withnall  and Joyce Kaspar.  C.P.R. "B" Course  (baby, child, adult)  Monday August 15 & Wednesday August 17  6:30pm -10pm  TO REGISTER CALL 885-1969  Help us celebrate our  <*     10TH  ANNIVERSARY  and you get the gifts...  Weekly Draws Every Friday at 3:00 pm  7th Draw  Friday August 8th  LU.Wuthrich  "Rain Forest Salal"  Pottery Bowl  Last Week's Winner  ofaframed  "Howe Sound Winter"  COR. by Ed HIM  ANN LAW  Grand Prize Draw Week IO- Friday, Sepl.2,3:00 p.m.  'Handpulled serigraph by Greta Guzek  Show Piece Gallery ^=  280 Gower Point Road, Gibson's Landing  886-9213  Open 7 days a week.  Serulng Ihe Sunshine Coasl 1984-1994  roberls creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  The Nation of Roberls Creek  gathered on July 31 to celebrate  the removal of the propane  tanks. Under the trees, tables set  with cloths and highlighted by  dahlias held a bountiful'feast of  foods brought for the pot luck  meal. Music was provided by  guitarists and drummers.  There were brief speeches by  the King and Queen of the  Nation of Roberts Creek, Helen  and Doug Roy (they were  appointed at Roberts Creek  Daze a few years back - but  that's another story). Helen told  the crowd that the removal of  the lanks was a "celebration of  the results of years of community action." Doug suggested thai  one of the blue concrete lank  holders be retained as an epitaph  to the lanks complete with an  appropriate plaque celebrating  their demise.  The Roberts Creek Community Association would like  input on whal lo do with Ihe  space where Ihe tanks were.  They have circulated a questionnaire asking what people would  and would not like to see  replace Ihe tanks, seeking suggestions for improving communications wilh ihe Regional  Parks, and looking for ideas for  naming the park site.  Completed questionnaires  can be dropped off wilh Jeanelle  Moen at the Creek Hair Salon.  She also has blank ones if you  have not yet got one.  Creek Daze  The theme of Creek Daze  this year is "Spirit of the  Creek." To show lhat spirit,  Creekers are being asked to  donate to Rwandan relief.  Throughout the month of  August, there will be Red Cross  collection tins at various locations in the community. Lee  Mason advises that 100 per cenl  of the funds collected will be  used for relief efforts. For more  information, phone Lee at 88S-  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  3935.  Roberts Creek bingo  It's Bingo night every Tuesday, even during the summer, at  Roberts Creek Hall. Doors open  at 5:30 pm, and the games start  at 7:15. There are 20 games  each evening, and the funds  raised are used by the Legion to  assist many organizations within  our community.  Roberts Creek Legion  At the Legion Ihis Friday and  Saturday, August 12 and 13, listen to the music of Mike Conroy  starting at 8 pm. Mike has a varied repertoire, including rock  and roll, top 40, blues and country.  And why not come a little  earlier and enjoy a meal. The  Legion is serving a barbecue  dinner (chicken, steak or ribs)  on Friday, and its famous beef  and Yorkshire pudding dinner  on Saturday night. Dinners  come with all the trimmings and  dessert, are served 6 to 8 pm,  and are reasonably priced.  Daze dance  Local maestro Len Hill and  his friends will rock the rafters  from 9 pm to 1 am at a dance to  celebrate the Creek Daze, Saturday Aug. 20 at the Roberts  Creek hall. Tickets are on sale at  the Roberts Creek General Store  for $15. Proceeds will go to the  hall's upkeep. No minors or  smoking in ihe hall please.  Gumboot folk society  Mark your calendars for the  first evenl of Ihe coming season!  On Sept. 2 hear the music of  Tracey Riley from Yellowknife,  NWT.  Tracey is a one-woman show  and an all-round entertainer and  Residents celebrated the removal of propane tanks from Roberts  Creek recently. Doug Roy, rear left, ponders over a speech he's  been waiting over a decade to make. Joel Johnstone photo  comedian. She composes much  of the music she sings, and has  been described as a mixture of  rhythm and blues with a folk  twist and a feminist viewpoint.  Sept. 2, 8 pm, Roberts Creek  Hall.  Library sale  During Roberts Creek Daze  on Saturday Aug. 20, from 10  am to 2 pm, the Roberls Creek  Community Library will be  holding its annual book sale.  All proceeds go toward the  purchase of new books for the  library. Hard cover and paperbacks will be available at bargain prices for adults, juniors  and children. Don't miss it!  ERIC CARDINALL  KEEP WHAT WE HAVE !  WI    Ml SI  M \l\ I \IV  CLEAN WATER  SATE FORESHORE  BETTER TRANSPORTATION  EfFldENr REGIONAL GOVERNMENT  RETAIN OUR CHERISHED RURAL LIFE.  The biggest Ihreit is in bringing with us what we wanted to  leave behind and not accepting what we have found."  iBBimuniBMnnii  ERIC CARDINALL  FOR  DIRECTOR OF WEST HOWE SOUND AREA "F"  / Dnltebmclna...  TIXW-AY MOBILE MILLW0RKS Ltd  ON-SITE LUMBERMILL WORK  D mill mm le tjenr len) ani eel tftet lees milk me...  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Sul  inSecfei  ist Credit Union  Gibsons  886-8121  Pender Harbour   Sechelt  883 9531 885-3255  ���_____  1__m  em  ____________* Coast News, August 8, 1994  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  Public Hearing will be held at the Municipal Hall, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August  23rd, 1994, to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-66.  At the Hearing all persons who deem their interest in property  to be affected by the proposed bylaw will be afforded an  opportunity to be heard on matters contained in those bylaws.  (a)    Lot 33, District Lot 688, Plan LMP 13670  SUBJECT  PROPERTY  R3  TO  PRO  BYLAW  555-66  *3SH- +  KM  -**3Br  n ^s-^% 'fm~  <r^SrT- \J^-^*7&ri|,   "  :, v mc \Mim-1  i.  ,       '*a * wr  "���L       i    |\ ;."..   I  ! ) 5 , U+W  (b)    Lot A of Block A & B, and  Lot B, District Lot 686, Plan 14197  SUBJECT PROPERTIES  M2 TO PRO  BYLAW 555-66^  * -��.i��a, ��%). '&ttf\ku i tl EStosa.  (c)    Water Lots 5327,7011,4355,4356 and 6111  New Westminster District  SUBJECT PROPERTIES  HI TO PRO  BVLAW 555-66  The intent of the rezoning is to:  (a) Amend zoning of the subject properties to reflect  the intended Park, Recreation and Open Space use  of the sites.  (b) To amend the Park, Recreation, Open Space  (PRO) section of Zoning Bylaw No. 555 to provide  for non-commercial marina uses including marine  facilities, docks, wharves and floats.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed to be  an interpretation thereof. A copy of the above bylaw is  available for inspection at the Town of Gibsons Municipal  Office, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., Monday  through Friday excepting statutory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30  p.m. from August 8th, 1994 to August 23rd, 1994.  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  community  A First Nations canoe makes Its way out of Gibsons Harbour to cross the Georgia Strait on its way  to Join over 50 other vessels en route to Victoria. Their arrival August 18, greeted by Queen Elizabeth and dignitaries, will mark the opening of the Commonwealth Games. Joel Johnstone pholo  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  It seems like only yesterday  Gamma Phi Beta Children's  Camp opened its doors to the  first troupe of kids of the summer. Now it's almost time to  say goodbye to the last group.  We'll miss the sounds of  laughter and good-natured bantering, we'll miss the sight of  children playing some of the  same games we played when we  were children.  We'll have to say goodbye  also to the wonderful counsellors who, with patience and  humour, led the kids through a  summer they're not likely to  forget.  Last, but by no means least,  dockside davis bay  we'll have lo say goodbye lo the  three young women who  worked so hard lo see that  everything worked. Until next  year, goodbye and take care of  yourselves.  Trombone band  Tuesday, Aug. 9, be sure to  catch the Solid Brass Trombone  Band put on by the Festival of  the Written Arts and sponsored  by Trail Bay merchants. The  concert starts at 7:30 pm in the  festival pavilion. For more  information, call 885-9631.  Written arts festival  Aug. 10 to 14, Sechell will  experience the major cultural  event on the Sunshine Coast.  Writers from all over Canada  will gather to share their works.  This will be the twelfth year the  festival has been running and  every year it seems to gel bigger  and bigger. The event is held at  Rockwood Centre at the pavilion and attracts readers as well  as would-be writers from all  over Canada. Pick up a brochure  at any of Ihe local bookstores  and pray that you can still get a  ticket for your favourite author.  Summer craft fair  Also on the 13th and 14th  there's the summer craft fair  which will be held in Hackett  Park. Come listen to live music  and partake of the excellent  food. Admission for adults is  only $1 and children get in free.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The Sunshine Coast Volunteer and Information Centre,  under the umbrella of Community Services, is now housed  solely in Ihe old Cap College  building on Inlet Avenue. It is a  centre where coordinators match  interested persons with volunteer opportunities in a variety of  community groups.  There are services offered for  parents of infants from birth to  three years of age, who, requite  home-based group support and  tonsultation regarding developmental concerns or special challenges. Also a children's early  intervention program with particular care given to youngsters  who may have special emotion  al, physical or mental needs.  The centre provides information  to Ihe public concerning Transition House, volunteer drivers,  the food bank, audio books, the  telephone Iree, a special service  for seniors and much more.  There is a greal cheery room  for kids, decorated and furnished by a generous donation  of $10,000 from McDonald's.  There is currently a drive on  to raise money for programs  that require some additional  funding. If you have any qualily  items that you would like to  donate (no clothing please) call  the centre at 88S-S881 and pickup will be arranged, ll may take  you a month or two to collect  your goodies, bul they will be  much appreciated. There is a  super directory available thai we  should all have at our fingertips  which lists Coast agencies and  organizations such as emergency services and government  agencies - municipal, provincial  and federal. You may pick yours  up al the centre for a nominal  sum of $8...it's well worth it!  Fishing Derby  The annual Charlie Fishing  Derby takes place on Salurday,  August 27, 11 am to 1 pm off  the dock in Davis Bay. All kids  aged 6 lo 11 are eligible, must  wear a life jacket and the wee  ones must be accompanied by  an adult.  There will be more details  later.  By Jon  McRae  BATTERED SELLERS  SYNDROME  You found the perfect house  and made the Home Owners  an offer - a very low one.  The vendor responds with a  counter-offer, coming down  several thousand dollars from  their original price. You  countered with something  slightly higher than your  original offer, and they came  down even more. After many  days of negotiations, you  finally reached an agreement  with the sellers that pleases  you.  You have just driven a hard  bargain for a wonderful  house. As you move towards  your completion date, you  should keep in mind that the  sellers may be suffering from  "battered sellers syndrome,"  and therefore may not share  your elation. This is the time  lo be sensitive to their  feelings when you consider  making any additional  requests from them. If you  and your sellers bolh feel a  little ragged after a rough  negotiation, work towards  ending the transaction with  congenial feelings. It will pay  off after completion if you  have questions regarding  operating instructions, septic  lank locations, etc.  If there is a move in your  future, contact  Jon McRae  at  Sussex Realty - Gibsons  886-2277 (office)  886-3999 (home).  r  sechelt council notes  Regional recreation  complex urged  Dr. Rand Rudland of Ihe  Coast recreation sociely  appeared before council lasl  week to urge consideration of a  regional recreation complex  before expansions to the existing arena are approved. Rudland said a recenl survey done  by the society shows the arena  site is "less than appreciated as  a site for expansion" by many  residents of Ihe Coasl. The survey of 730 people showed most  would prefer a complex for the  whole Coast to be located in  Roberts Creek. One drawback  lo the arena site is lack of visibility compared to olher possible locations, said Rudland,  which means fewer people will  use the facility. He told council  other municipalities in the  province operate recreational  complexes using a combination  of user-pay money and tax sup  port. He added if Sechelt  decides to expand its arena  independently, it will likely  mean a regional recreation  complex won't get built for  many years.  New finance director  Council welcomed Sam  Weller, who will be the district's new director of finance.  Weller will be responsible for  Sechelt's budget and financing  of capital projects.  Previously, he worked in  similar positions for Richmond  and Surrey.  Jet-ski area requested  Ken Wigard, representing a  group of Jet-ski users on Ihe  Coasl, urged council to consider a designated area for Jet-skis  at Davis Bay, away from the  part of the beach used by swimmers.  Wigard said similar arrangements have worked for other  municipalities.  SUSSEX  REALTY  N J  Jhe Native Cultural and Theatre Arts Society  prtiirtti  Robert Davidson's  RAINBOW CREEK DANCERS  The internationally acclaimed Haida artist and his  ensemble will perform in his most celebrated masks  and ongional costumes. Also performing will be  The Youth Irom Camp Salish '94.  ONE NIGHT ONLY  Friday. Sept. 2,1994  7:00 pm at the Festival Pavillion  Rockwood Centre Sechelt, B.C.  Tickets $ 10.50 available at the  Festival lor the Written Arts. Sechelt B.C.  Reservations MB-M31  For more inlo call I  Proceeds to benefit Camp Salish  ..t-JLiia  ___________> Co^st News, August 8, 1994  community  hallmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  The many friends of Alva Dinn will be  pleased to learn that she is now home from  hospital and is coming along just fine.  Through this column, Alva would like to  thank all of you for cards and flowers and  for the many kindnesses shown throughout  her illness.  Right now she is in the good and loving  hands of daughter Maureen and two grand  daughters, so she can't help but get well  quickly.  Welcome Beach picnic  A last reminder of the annual barbecue at  Welcome Beach hall next Saturday, August  13 at 5:30 pm. Don't forget to take along  your own dishes and utensils as well as a  good appetite to enjoy the delicious hamburgers and goodies.  egmont news  by Lynn Mees  The month of August is upon  us, and so is blackberry season.  A good idea is to pick tons, and  freeze them until you decide  what to do with them. There sure  is an abundance this year.  Augusi is also full of thunder  and lightening. I'm thankful for  the short bursts of summer  showers. Maybe we get more of  that up here in Egmont; radical  weather, radical ways.  The Egmont ladies tea held at  the Egmont Community Club  was attended by eleven feasting,  very full people. On a hot Saturday afternoon we gathered to  indulge ourselves in sweets  ranging from rich chocolate cake  to fluffy angel food cake.  Thanks to everyone who helped  out, and all those who came.  Only hours later the community hall was filled with the delicious smells of food again. The  smorgasbord was great. I'd say  about fifty people were there,  and there was a vast assortment  of dishes.  I know for sure everyone  enjoyed themselves.  Town has been so busy, try lo  harbour highlights  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  The summer of '45  This slory will be aired by  CBC starting this Wednesday.  Check as lo what time. The reason I bring this to your attention  is the fact lhat this story, like so  many others, happened right  around us just about SO years  ago. We were right in the middle of all this. After nearly five  years of German oppression the  feeling for the Canadian troops  was overwhelming.  The town of Breda where  Maria met Bob is only some IS  miles from Tilburg, our home  town which was liberated by  the Scottish 15th Division and  the Royal Dutch Princess Irene  Brigade on the 27th of October  1944.  It was 'that' October when  the story of the 'Summer of  '45' started because our liberators were so welcomed by all  and apparently especially by the  young girls!  If you realize thai the  Netherlands were very, very  religious at that time, especially  in Ihe south, and gelling pregnant before being married was  about the deadliest sin one  could do, you can get a belter  idea of early parls of the series  and the consequences that followed.  We saw it in the Netherlands  last February when we were  there for my mother's 90th  Birthday.  Mission boats gather  This is also a first this year,  same as the other event which,  as promised, I shall not men-  lion! ll will be held in Hospilal  Bay on Augusi 19 lo 21 and  they will be displaying some of  the original photos and log  books from Ihe Columbia Mission fleet.  Local writers and historians  will be on hand to provide a  glimpse backwards on these  fascinating times.  There will be a theatrical  performance held in the Sundowner Inn on Saturday night..  The weekend will be fun for  everyone and is sure lo be very  informative and enjoyable.  The Sundowner Inn used to  be our Sl. Mary's Hospital as I  well remember. "Come see for  yourself."  Hot weather  This is the first morning without the hot  sun beating down upon us. Most of us hav:  just loved the hot sunny weather and have  taken advantage of every scorching moment,  but there are many for whom the heat is a  real challenge and who have a hard time  coping with it, especially if they have no air  conditioning in their home. This little spell  of cooler weather must come as a relief to  many. But let's hope that it is just a short  spell and thai our glorious summer has not  come to an end.  For the kids  Many residents are taking advantage of  the great programs for kids this summer, but  there is one which is not receiving as much  participation as Ihe program planners would  like, and that is at Connor Park. Every Mon  day to Friday there are programs for kids  from six to 12 years, lots of fun and games  which go from 12:30 until 3:30 in Ihe afternoon. Get the kids oul there so that these  programs may continue for the rest of the  summer. Many of you may not know about  these activities, hence the shortage of kids.  Go visit  A reminder to Halfmoon Bay residents  that two of your old neighbours now make  Iheir home at Shorncliffe and are always  pleased to have people pop by to say hello.  Mary Shannon and Queenie Burrows are  both happy and contented and are enjoying  the excellent care they receive and the fad  they are among friends.  Don't forget that if you have anything  you would like me to mention in Ihis column  I am always pleased to hear from you.  SECHELT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  ALL BURNING PERMITS  CANCELLED  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  By order, Fire Chief Bill Higgs  MASON HILLS FEED &. TACK  Egmont residents were treated to an afternoon tea, July 30, followed by i  Egmont Community Centre.  evening supper at the  Ian Cobb pholo  ^��/UWUh  ,4$) Buckerfield's  Complete Line of Animal Feed  Pet Pleasers  puckerflelde  Complete Dog Food  $12.99-20 kgs  Also supplier of  Nutromax Dog & Cat Food  NATURAL  CHOICE  PLUS   Hours : Mon.    Sal. 9   (>  MASON HILLS FEED & TACK  SHS2 Mason Road, West Stchelt SKS 9~S i  WTCOUULING  A NATURAL TOKACIlVr HOGS  buy something at the store; it  takes you twenty minutes. The  cars parked at the trail go all the  way down to the corner of  Maple Road. Every year it's the  same thing, and every year we  talk about it, complain about it,  business depends on it, and  locals disappear from it. Generally most tourists appreciate the  beautiful area we live in.  Stray dog problem  The white bellied silver cat  which wenl missing has been  found. Anyone interested in having a puppy, give me a call and  I'll give you the details.  The stray dog problem is arising again. They come into our  yard very early in the morning,  and prowl around. I don't like it.  I wish their owners would take  responsibility. I know our yard is  not the only one Ihey come into.  Please, if your dog takes off do  something about it, before someone else does something you  won't like.  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HWY. 101 ��� 883-9541  When the Commonwealth  Games opens this month in Victoria, millions from around the  world will be watching events on  TV. Unknown to most, what  ihey actually see on their screens  will have a lot to do with the  work of Sandy Hook resident  Gunther Zellmer.  Zellmer is the lighting director for Ihe games, in charge of  making sure everything from  gymnasts flying from the high  bar to arcs from the diving board  are evenly lit for the media crews  which have been arriving in Victoria from points around the  globe.  Remote cameras which hang  from Ihe ceilings must be properly set up and 18 mobile TV stations coordinated.  Since the Commonwealth  Games is the second largest  sports event in the world (after  the Olympics), it's quite a task.  Luckily, Zellmer has a lot of  experience, including lighting  the Commonwealth Games in  1978, Ihe Expo gala in 1986 and  the Calgary Olympics opening  ceremonies, for which he was  nominated for a Gemini award in  1987.  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Wharf Ave. Revitalization  PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING  to be held at the District of Sechelt  Council Chambers  Tuesday, August 9th, 1994 4:00 p.m.  Committee Meeting Dates  August 1994  Finance Committee  Wednesday, August 10th, 1994 at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Tuesday, August 23 at 1:30 pm, to be followed by the Environment Committee  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, August 24th at 2:30 pm, to be followed by the Economic Development  Committee  BURNING BAN  Due to the extremely dry weather conditions, ALL fires are hereby banned in the District  of Sechelt - this applies to campfires and beach fires.  Bid Higgs  Fire Chief  now was carried out on the Sunshine Coast, where Zellmer plot-  led the lighting on a computer at  home before doing further surveys at the sites in Victoria.  Lighting events from boxing  to weightlifting is a delicate balancing act, says Zellmer: athletes  can't be disturbed by the lights,  but there has to be enough for the  cameras to function at every vantage point. Shadows must also be  got rid of with the help of diffuses. Outdoor events taking  place after dark present special  challenges. So does the swimming pool, where specialized  lights are used lo control the  glare off the water. To film the  diving competition, 24,000 watts  are needed.  TV images from different  venues are then sent back to a  central broadcasting centre at the  University of Victoria by fibre  optics to be coordinated.  First contacted lasl week on  cell phone outside the boxing  ring, Zellmer is now putting the  finishing touches on the lighting,  which will be finished Aug 11.  Once the games start, though,  he'll be watching events the  same way as most other people ���  on a TV monitor.  'round west horn sound  Gunther Zellmer  by Joan Peterson  Ahh, Summer 1994! Glorious weather. Summer homes  open for the season. Waves of  houseguests disgorged by every  ferry. Swimming, sailing, a just-  caught salmon on the barbecue,  gardens bursting with fresh  provender. Could anything be  better than this summer on the  Coast?  Sad to say, there is a worm in  the apple of our Garden of  Eden. The unincorporated communities of West Howe Sound,  dependent on holding tanks for  water on demand (turning on  the tap), are experiencing water  levels dangerously below emergency requirements - the threat  of fire.  This year, a combination of  burgeoning new homes and  families, summer owners-in-res-  idence, an influx of guests and  our profligate water habits, are  exceeding the capability of our  water systems to restore to safe  margins.  Consider this scenario: A  whiff of smoke, a brush fire  sighted and the emergency  called in. Within minutes the  fire crew arrives, hose hook-ups  completed and full pressure  switched on; from the nozzle ...  a trickle. There goes the neigh  bourhood! Who's at fault?  Unfortunately, we are.  Hopkins Landing water  maven, David Fyles, alarmed at  the recent sudden drop in tank  reserves, spent days searching  for a leak somewhere in the system. Eventually identifying the  problem, it was us.  David recommends "showering wilh a friend," as a rather  more pleasant form of conservation. West Howe Sound Electors would advocate additional,  small, constant economics.  Compliance by ourselves and  our visitors, including the  youngsters, could make the difference between a fire controlled and disaster.  Please:  ��� refrigerate drinking water  ' ��� take short showers Vs baths,  at off-peak am/pm hours  ��� don't run water continuously for washing hands, dishes,  veggies, shaving, brushing  teeth, elc.  ��� fully load washers and  dishwashers  ��� compost or garbage kitchen  waste vs using disposal units  ��� repair tap or toilet leaks  ��� abide by revised sprinkling  times, 7 am to 9 am only, no  evenings.  Remember - in case of fire,  GIBSONS  CHIISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph: 886-4748  Wide selection of  fiction books in stock  Special prices on selected  books and bibles  Newt-shirts In stock  You are welcome to  come in and browse  SUSSEX  REALTY  fMwnnf u*ma icADt* m eatee or mm a *meaan)  Home or  ^Property  Evaluation  You've tried the  rest... now go  with the best  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  the house saved may be your  own.  FYI - WHSEA: The flyer  distributed to each Wesl Howe  Sound household, describes  some recent activities of the  West Howe Sound Electors'  Association, a non-partisan,  non-profit group, concerned for  the present and future of our  community.  Objectives continue to outweigh accomplishments, though  Ihere has been some progress -  BC Ferries experiment with  weekend late service runs this  summer and the highways budget finally to include completion  of the bypass/ferry terminal  intersection, are at least steps in  the right direction.  For small communities, outside tifib loOp and ignored more  often than not, campaigning for '  recognition and resolution of  local problems, must be con- ,  slant and focused. Too many are  leaving it up to too few. Your  help is needed.  Attend the summer meeting.  Meet and hear your neighbours,  express your own views and  ideas. Participate in your community.  General Meeting Aug. 10,  7:30 pm, Gibsons Yacht Club,  lower deck.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lravryourcairsathnmrwtthus.  Fet/AnknalCare  Mall Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Hum and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or lirc-ln Stn Ice  CALLSHARON 885-2228  CuiMtHtm-UkMi  li  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branch��� Paget To Com  FRESH,  IRISH,  FRESH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  k . ��� *_ *���tj Coast News, August 8, 1994  11  leisure  Dancers needed for show auditions  The Sunshine Coast Dance Society is  holding auditions September 4 for dancers  interested in performing in the Second Celebration of Dance.  The Dance Coast Danse troupe, as they're  alternately called, staged a smash success  Celebration of Dance last December and it's  time to start getting ready for another one,  said society secretary Paul Blakey.  "We need to find dancers for it and we're  looking for people who have had previous  on the arts beat  experience," he said.  Yet, previous experience can be in any  kind of dance���even aerobics, Blakey said.  The society is boosting the size of the  show this year, moving up to six choreographers, meaning more dancers are needed  Seventeen danced last year and 25 to 30  are needed for this year's performance.  The Sept. 4 audition will begin at 10 am  at Frank West Hall on Chaster Road in Gibsons and all the dancers have to bring "is  themselves and some dance clothes," Blakey  said.  A short class will be held to instruct the  dancers what steps and moves will be  required for the auditions "and we'll see  what they can do."  If you're interested and wish to know  more about the audition or the dance society  call Blakey at 885-7503.  Also, interested dancers must be over the  age of 14.  At the Arts Centre  The Annual Summer Invitational Show at the Arts Centre  provides a sampling of some of  the finest work by artists on the  Sunshine Coasl. For nearly a  decade now this survey show  has been run in two parts to  accommodate as many artists as  possible. The first part of this  year's show, including 24  artists, closed on Sunday after a  three-week run.  Part two of this show opens  Tuesday and will continue until  August 28. Thirty-one more  artists have been invited to be  part of this show. Most of the  artists will be present for a public reception Saturday, August  13 from 2 to 4 at the Arts Centre. Everyone is welcome to join  us for this event, to meet and  talk with the artists and share  the refreshments.  The works of a  variety of Coast  artists is  currently on  display at the  Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre.  Call for submissions for  1995. If you are interested in  exhibiting at the Arts Centre in  1995, submit a proposal by  August 31. The submissions will  be juried in September. A guide-  sheet is available at the Arts  Cenlre to help you prepare your  proposal. If you have any questions call Curator Larry West-  lake at 885-5412, 10 to 4  Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Camp Salish teaches values of Native culture  They come from native  reserves all across BC, from the  inner cities, and from as far  away as Alberta. On the site of  the Boy Scouts of Canada's  Camp Byng on the Sunshine  Coast, they take part in an intensive two-week experience of  arts, culture, spirituality, healing, self-discovery, and exploration. And it changes Iheir lives  forever.  They are the youth who this  year, for the third summer in a  row, will participate in Camp  Salish. Operated by the nonprofit Native Cultural and Theatre Arts Society, Camp Salish  is a very special place where  youth age 13 to 18, both native  and non-native, participate in a  unique programme designed to  foster practical skills for future  careers in the arts, as well as Ihe  essential ingredients of self-  esteem, inner understanding,  confidence, and creative awareness.  The camp has a multi-faceted  focus. It aims to offer youth a  solid grounding in the arts (acting, writing, music, movement,  poetry, filmmaking) through  workshops led by individuals  who are renowned in their  fields. Just as important, respected representatives of the First  Nations community come to  teach the kids about the valuable  spiritual and cultural traditions  of their culture - traditions that  are just as valid today as they  were centuries  ago. The camp's  days begin and   ""~~~-"~~  end    with    a  smudge circle, a  sacred spiritual  rite that provides  the young participants with an  opportunity to  reflect on their  feelings, their  goals        and  achievements, as    ���������  well as the world  around them.  Today, all youth are vulnerable to social problems. The difficulties are compounded when  youth, particularly native youth,  are alienated from their traditional cultural role models and  sources of family, community,  and individual and group pride.  Camp Salish aims to give its  young participants an abundance  '/ believe  we're learning  how to beat  ourselves'  -Taml Under  of strength to draw on. Camp  counsellors are predominantly  First Nations and act as advisors, confidantes and role models for the young people.  Annie Frazier-Henry, the  camp's director, says the important and unique thing about the  camp   is    its  emphasis    on  giving the youth  responsibility  and participation  in day to day  events.    "It's  peer group pjgft-.  nized and led,"  she notes. "Not  only   do   the  directors   and  staff lead the  ���������   smudges, but the  youth have the  opportunity to  lead the smudges and take their  place as the new leaders. 1 think  that's part of why this camp  keeps working for the kids. It's  given them a sense of family."  "It's just wonderful," says  Vanessa Engdahl, who attended  last year's camp. "Before I came  here, I didn't know much about  native culture. I always felt  trapped inside...here we're  learning about our culture."  Tami Linder, a student assistant at last year's camp, adds, "It  was great...we really bonded and  got close.  "I believe that when everyone  learns how to heal themselves,  we can heal the world. I believe  we're learning how to heal ourselves."  ; The highlight of the camp is  iis finale, taking place at the  Rockwood Centre in Sechelt on  tie Labour Day weekend.  | Here the youth will, perform  ap original piece which they  Itave conceived, written, directed and choreographed themselves, on a theme of their  choice.  ' This year's event will be  accompanied by the renowned  Robert Davidson and the Rainbow Creek Dancers.  These performances are  always sold out and provide the  audience and the youth alike  with unmatched opportunities  for enrichment in a spectacular  setting.  Camp Salish is made possible  through the financial assistance  of many donors.  Theatre workshop  seeks young thespians  Polish up those scripts, focus that spot light, and pull back the curtain. Sunshine Coasl young people are invited to ihis year's Children's Theatre Workshop at Rockwood Centre. The classes begin  Monday, August 15,9 am to noon, and run to Friday, August 19.  Under the skilled guidance of Maggi Kalve-Guzzi, participants  begin their mornings with warm-up exercises and games. The warm-  up is followed by improvisation of stories where participants develop  their own scripts. That leaves a bit of time at the end for voice/movement and timing work. Like previous summer workshops, the class  finishes the week with a command public performance.  The workshop is open to young people ages 8 to 14 years. The fee  for the week is $48. Space is limited and can still be booked by calling Rockwood Cemre al 885-2522.  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Agenda;    guest   speaker  candidates hi Area Director  Ex-Telephone EmployMa picnic lunch.  11 am-2 pm, Roberts Creak picnic site.  tool ol Flume Rd Details: 885-2423  SATURDAY* SUNDAY, AUOUST 11��14  S.C. Alls Council 7th Annual Cralt Fair.  Hackett Park, Sechell Admission Adults  St, children Iree. Creative �� original  crafts, children's entertainment, live  music, good food.  SATURDAY, AUOUST 13  Welcome Beach Community Aaan  barbscue Hamburgers, salads & yummy  dessens, alt tor SS. Children under 12 $2  Bring your own dishes & utensils and  coma and enjoy the good lood and  company at the Welcome Beach  Community Hal. 5:30 pm  MONDAY, AUOUST IS  SC ftMoureea Council regular monthly  meeting, SCRD boardroom, 7:30 pm  Everyone welcome to attend lo discuss  matters related to the community, the  environmenl and ils resources Info'  Harry Almond, president. 685-3484  SUNDAY, AUOUST 21  SC Equaetrlan Club Horn Show.  English I western flat classes. Starts  .approx. ��� am. Oibaons ring (behind the  pool) Concession on site, everyone  welcome Into 886 3059  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4  SC Dance Society auditions tor dancers  tor 2nd Celebration of Dance. 10 am,  Frank Wait Community Use Room,  Chaster Rd. Firehall.  MISCELLANEOUS  Children's Week In Olbaona Aug 28-  Sept. 4. For mfo on program tor children  and parents, caH St. Ban's Church. 888-  2064 or 886-7410  S.C. Maritime Hletory Centre, Molly's  Lane, Qibsons. Displays ol marine  artifacts, models, photographs Come  enjoy our maritime history Open dally,  11 30am-4:00pm. Into: 8869058 35  Kids' Day Cluba for ages 10-13,  Tuesdays, July I9-Aug 30.9:30 am-3.30  pm, Bethel Baptist church. Register  ASAP: 885-2454 or 885-3919  Junior Youth Day Cluba for ages 10-13,  Thursdays. July 21-Aud 25, 9:30 am-  3:30 rm, Bethel Baptist Church Register  ASAP: 865-2454 or 885 3919  Elphlnetone Pioneer Muaeum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Olfice,  Qibsons. A wide variety of displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artilacts of Ihe Coast Open 7  days a week, Mondays 8 Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday through Sunday, 9  5:30 pm. Admission by donation. Call  8868232 for more into  Parent-Tot Drop-In tor parents with children up to 5 9:30-11 30 am at the follow,  ing locations: Gibsons United Church Hall  (Mon.. Tues., Wed., Fri.); Sechelt St.  Hilda's Church Hall (Tues): Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs). Info:  Community Services. 685.5881.  Sexually Tranamltted Olaaaae Clinic:  (HIV information, counselling and testing) Phone for appointment in Qibsons  886-5600. Sechelt 685-5184.  Single I Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  . 886 5600  Prsnatal Hospital Tour: phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  tor tour, 885-2224. Prenatal only.  Parant t Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S. Fletcher, Qibsons and In  Sechelt at 5S71 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1 -3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose ot diphtheria, tetanus and pertus  sis Is Important for children entering  school. Qibsons clinics - 886-5600;  Sechelt clinics-885.5164.  MONDAYS  Recovery, Inc. offers a self-help method  to overcome the negative feelings that  come from fear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety. 7-9 pm, The Wellness  Centre, Qibsons Into: 866.8028.       35  HlV-Posltlve Support Oroup. (infected,  friends and family) meets in Qibsons.  Info: Robby. 8863352 (leave msg) or  Don, 884 0001 35  TUESDAYS  "Living With Canctr" Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 885-5881  or 6868389.  WEDNESDAYS  Poatpartum Depreaelon Support  Oroup -Qibsons Health Unit, 1 -2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3C's Weight Loaa Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30-i2:30pm, call  886-2692, and evenings 6:308:00pm,  call 886-7159, at the United Church,  Glasslord Rd., Gibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Qarlbaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Info: 685*7770.  TOPS weekly meetings, 6:30-6 pm,  Chaster House. Inlo: Norma, 886-7756.  35  FRIDAYS  Breaat Self-Exam Clinic: First Friday ol  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Gibsons Heallh  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 13 pm,  church basement, lane off Trueman  Road. 12  Coast News, August 8, 1994  ��� ��� ���  ��� ��� ���  ll_L_l ii III ��� t5M  ��� ���  I  ��� ���  ��� ���  THE LITTLE STORE r  THAT GREW!     \*i  NEW LOCATION* NEW STOCK  =  1  ��� ���  E  tr ���***^-**ajr,*metm*%_M ar* "   Open 7 days a week        ������  f XTRAS [  JU.IMPORTS  ���������1  aag -i-fejL.  5498 Trail Ave. Sechelt  885-6460    CS ^^  c  j MAVERICK COACH LINES j  Daily Service to Vancouver  Leaving  Powell River  Madeira Park  Sechelt  Upper Gibsons  8:15am & 4:30pm |  10:45am & 6:45pm .  11:35am & 7:30pm ��  11:55am & 7:55pm  Sponsored by:  I  iweBMeri  CUP & SAVE I  Mon Time Ht-ft  0100     8.9  0615    13.3  1255      3.0  1945    14.9  Tuee  Time Ht-Ft  0140     8.0  0710    13.3  1335      3.8  2015    15.1  We* TtmeHt-n.  0225     7.1  0800    13.1  1415     4.9  2045    15.2  Thun  Time Ht-Ft  0310     6.3  0900    12.8  1455     6.3  2120    15.3  Fri  TMw Ht-Ft  0400    ,5.5  1005    12.5  1540      7.8  2155    15.2  Sal  Tlnw Ht-Ft  0455     4.9  1125    12.3  1630     9.2  2235    14.9  Sun  TlmeHt-n. ���  0555                I^^^^IB  1305            |^HH  1735    10.5      ______WT\  7-KHi     14 R        Kg^^HSpI  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  For Skookumchuk Narrom sstU       I  thr 40mln ptue3Mn.toeadifl  ol rtao ami T nun to eaoh * ot M  For all your boating  parts & accessories  TIDELINE Mar?ne  Parts ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service  IVIMnllML.  ^M_mL  885-4141   se  37 Wharf Road. Sechelt  sports  CEPU to  host       *  charity  golf  tourney  Members of the largest  employee's union on the Sunshine Coast are coming out of the  woodwork to host a charity golf  tourney Sep 4.  The Communication, Energy  and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEPWU), all employees at  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper, are  organizing a public golf tournament at Sechelt Golf and Country  Club for the Sunday of the  Labour Day long weekend lo  raise money for the Canadian  Cancer Society's Camp Good-  limes and to remember fellow  employees who have died of cancer.  "We're coming out of the  woodwork down here���big  time," said Local 1119 shop steward and tourney organizer Russell  MacLeod.  "We're trying to gel something  oul lhal we're doing more in the  community than going to the mill  and filling our pockets," he said.  Because several fellow workers have died in the past couple of  years of cancer and because the  union has recognized Camp  Goodtimes, a Roberts Creek-  based summer camp for children  diagnosed with cancer, as a more  than worthy recipient of financial  aid, the union is proceeding with  what they're hoping will be an  annual event, MacLeod said.  "It's going to be more of a fun  tournamenl," MacLeod said of  the Texas Scramble team format  tourney (four balls-best ball). "It's  not going to be for hotshots."  Organizers are hoping for a  shotgun start to the tourney, with  a 7:45 am start and possibly a, 1  pm start. . J  Tlie coat for the tourney is KW  per person or $160 a team. The  entry fee will cover 18-holes of  golf, food and "lots of prizes."  MacLeod said the union has  started working on the Coast business community, "from top to  bottom" for donations and hopes  members of the private sector will  get involved by either playing or  by msking cash or prize donations.  If you want to prepay and register, head down to the Sechelt  Golf and Country Club Pro Shop  or call Dave Charlton as 885-  4653.  For more information contact  Russ MacLeod at 885-7906 (after  4 pm) or Martin Henry al 886-  4630 (after 4 pm) or during work  hows call 884-5223 (local 257).  Communication, Energy & Paperworker's Union of Canada* Local 1119, Port Mellon  CANCER CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMEN  Open to the public ��� All proceeds to "Camp Good Timed"  Imhwfcii 4,1WI ��� S��ctMttGotft Country Club  e*> *am  Shotgun Start Momlny 7:45 ajn. (plus possible afternoon start at 1:00 p.m.)  $40.00 par golfer or S1MMM) par team (includes -golf, food and lots of prizes!)  Register at the Sechelt Pro Shop with Dave Chalton at 885-4653  ��� Russ MacLeod at 886-7908 (after 4p.m.) ��� Martin Heny at 886-4630 (after 4 p.m.)  During work hours cal 884-5223, local 257  Texas scramble golf play (four ball, best trip ��� Lots of tun for beginners!!!  l��^SE"FsdSHE  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Laava Langdala  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  M-MMbHmrickBiw  Laava Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     3:30  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  MOM  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  Leave Earls Cova  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 *30  10:30 *30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  M - dcnotM MfVBncti wt  Laava Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  S  t~'*A***rrm'-'-**tA^r-t^ I  J  SUSSEX  REALTY  is lerry Schedule  The T( >p  JJ rWLWU USTTMIE40MM MIES OF HOMfS * AMWITV7  r...... SlJJfSfSl6,?! S��!��t.qJ?8?S�� 'afltVSm77* Hour���  That's the way you do it  Canada's number two leading scorer for the Canadian National Soccer Team, Dominic Mobilio  shows Thursday afternoon's clan at Ted Dixon Park how to kick a ball on the bounce. The'  soccer pro, brought by the Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission's Summer Fun '54'  program, drew over a hundred kids to Ihe one-day event  Joel Johnstone photo  Rugby tourney proves a success  Eleven teams from around the Lower Mainland  joined the Gibsons Pigs' in the local club's Tight  Fives-sevens tourney st Langdale Elementary  School August 6.  The annual tournament, featuring a more wide-  open style of rugby played by players traditionally  positioned in the trenches (first two rows of the  scrum) was blessed with a strong turnout and perfect weather said Pigs president Ray Dow.  "It was a really successful tournament. A lot of  the guys told me it was the best tournament they've  been in," he said.  The Pigs, heading into the 1994/95 Vancouver  Rugby Union Division Three season as defending  champions had a little bit of trouble on the day and  dropped all three of their matches.  The last of their matches, a 20-7 loss to the Capilanos, helped boost the visiting Vancouver side to a  tourney title. The Capilanos defeated the Meralomas  in the final.  "They tried but they just didn't have a lot of success," Dow said of his teammates.  Alas, the early exit allowed the host team to play  the role of host to its fullest, and with the warm  summer sun, the sideline festivities helped make the  tourney a bigger success.  Now it's on to a new season for the Pigs.  The club is starting its practice schedule next  week with twice weekly practices on Tuesday and  Thursday evenings, starting at 6:30 pm al Elphinstone Secondary School.  Try-outs are open to anyone interested, Dow  said.  Sechelt literary golf tourney brings  trip to Las Vegas for a single shot  The ball landed with a soft  thud aboul two and one-half  feet from the hole.  It flew Ihe 140 yards over Ihe  second hole fairway al Ihe  Sechelt Golf and Country Club  off Ihe driver of Vancouver resident Bill Embrey.  Because of its proximity to  Ihe hole and to a pin wedged  into Ihe green, Embrey'i shot  (closest to the pin) earned him a  round trip for two to Las Vegas.  If Embrey's shot had a bit  more jam and managed to fall in  as a hole-in-one, he would have  won a 1994 Mazda 626 courtesy of Sunshine Coast Mazda.  Embrey was one of 82  golfers playing in the first ever  Festival of Written Arts charity  golf tournament July 23.  "The tournament was very  successful," assessed club pro  Dave Charlton.  "The Texas scramble format  is a lot of fun."  A Texas Scramble format  takes the players sway from the  standard tourney format and  infuses some funky snd wonky  tricks and trials for players to  undergo and accomplish.  There was a healthy dose of  irony in Ihe tourney as well,  with Embrey winning a Canadi-  ����� ']  t  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  New Baby? ^m  Call ut for  irFttEE    GkMO>. Carole MMM2  gifts & Secheh (baUn only)  tatotmmtom. ______\  WAGON  f f Since 1930  an Air trip.  Embrey is the owner of Harbour Air.  Canadian Air representative  Mike Durkin won the prizes  donated by Harbour Air.  Sechelt golf course architect  Russ Olson won a book called  Architects of Golf.  "It was pretty funny," Charlton said.  Other winners on the day  include Firsl Low Gross, with  Gerry Peel, Garry Thomson,  Hayed Kakey and Gary Graham  shooting a 64.  Second Low Gross went to  Stan, Al and Jack Anderson and  Guy Scott with a 65 and Third  Low Gross was taken by  George and Moni Langham and  Chuck and Coral O'Reilly wilh  a 67.  First Low Net was taken by  Russ Olson, Gary Noble, Len  Pakulak and MuchMusic's  Terry David Mulligan with a  54.5. Second Low Net went to  Walter Faulafer, Bill Embrey,  Jim Jacob and Brian Findlay  with 58 and Third Low Nel,  with 58.1 was Roger Barnes,  Greg Anderson, Ken Woodward  and David Kaye.  All proceeds raised during  the tourney will go toward Literacy Canada.  . ..��  -"���������-  __^��i_m  MB  ���ft*  aCa.1  ML Coast News, August 8, 1994  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine "  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^     Mon.-rri.6-6 S.u.B-6. Sun. lO-.y  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  Ctimlitete Cooling System Service Centre  i  i'l  i  i  i  i 1  l   Wi Recall le RcjiIk< Mill, llnlel Colli, & (in Tankl  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New. 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Consotdotco. co'  oi vinoierei gooo -ecsc  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  BAYFIELD  INVESTMENT SERVICES lTD  20577 FRASER hWY  LANGLEY  SECHELT TEL: M5-5527  SELMAPARK:  AFFORDABLE WATERFRONT  2 bdrm home, cabinet kilchen.  ample storage. 1?��16' workshop,  large parking area, sate moorage  $60,000 685-5026 ��34c  ROBERTS CREEK  Level .73 acre on Henderson  Avenue. Partially cleared, perc.  test approved. $109,000. 686-  90O6eves. ��34w  Whistler Gondola Village, lurn., t  bdrm condo with Vp, 2 min lo IDs.  $94,000 Obo. 685-3076       ��34w  FORECLOSED  Aie you sick li tired ol your job?  Get linancial freedom immediately!  Learn how to Invest In foreclosed  US properties. Eg. Buy homes lor  $3000. Super positive cash How.  For Inlormation package; a $15  investment, write to: GKL Enterprises, #208 .7101 C 120th St.  Delta, BC, V4E 2A0 (604) 290  5926 #32*  1    Homes &  Property  NEW TO MARKET  Move this home to your property.  Parted tor rental or guesl 4 appl  ind Olters? 885-0929        #33c  CUSTOM CEDAR LOG HOMES  Plans available. Various styles,  sires Contact DV Log Works. 885-  5322 *34w  SECHELT TOWNHOUSE  ���44 - 5761 Whart Rd 2 bdrms, 2  baths, close to all amenities.  $113,900. 986-4657 or 886-3930.  Open Sal/Sun, 12-4 pm      ��34c  Custom built 2400 so. It. 3 bdrm, 2  balhs, vaulted ceilings, sunken living room, large In law suite, 1000  sg. It. shop, 1/2 acre. Redrooffs,  below appraisal, $225,000. 885-  7453 *34c  Save Realtor Fees  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyslde, large  landsaped lot with raised bed gardens, fruit Iress. dose to school 4  bus, quiet well-maintained area, 3  bdrm rancher, 1248 sq. tl. Heevy  insulation, 2x6 const.. 11/2 baths,  large deck. $178,500.8864367 or  lv mess at 1 478-9753        ��33w  i 4Mb '  RECYCLE  <&[  THIS  ,*t#:  PAPER!  For sale by owner: 1 year old condominium. 2 bdrms, ground floor  comer unit in park setting. Waling  disance to all amenities. $99,000.  866-3363 ��33w  Beautilul 2 yr old home close to  downtown, arena ft goll course, 3  bdrms. 2 baths up, nearly completed basement, nice view, great   price. 885-0336 ��33w  t/2 acre Beach Ave Roberts MOSSY ROCK  Creek. Treed, I blk Irom store. 1.25 ACRES  $107,000. 886-4843 days, 885- Last lot available in popular newer  3351wes. ��4w Roberts Creek subdivision. Gaa,  Very clean 2 bdrm mobile centrally **'" * pav,d '.oti,;l Cl��"l0  located. Many extras, call lor "^ l��'l? "' "K?"  data*. $29,900.8864011   134c W,l��o. 88MW1 ��33w  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers ore asked to listen corefuty as all ads plocsd by  telephone are completely read bock verifying requested  classification, start dote, number of insertions and a copy content.  We take trireme care to avoid typographical errors, however, in  Inc event of on error, we ore responsible only for ihe first incorrect  insertion of on ad. We do not assume ony responsibility for any  reason for on error in an od beyond Ihe cosl of ihe ad itsdf.  Itoport ony ��rn>r IMMEDIATELY by calling 986-2622  sgrMS-3930* Monday tp Friday 9 cuivto 3 wy  Off***  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���\m People Places ������  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9S5I  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-28HH  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice jne (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  ��N>2622      1.   Homes &  Property  IMOsqttRancherForSale  Price reduced ��� pay no commission. Light 4 airy, only 1 yr old.  #530 Shaw Rd 866-2620 or 686-  3191, Sieve or Sher. Pgr, #1-975-  1071 ss  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc,  cleared. .34 acre. 885-0699.    M  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Cenlre, 102 It. frontage clear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 883-9416. ss  Very nice family homa near W.  Sechelt School. 2,524 sq. It,, 4  bdrm, 12x16 den, with private  entrance ��� ideal for home-based  business. View of Trail Bay  Islands. Priced wel bekiw market  value at 1163,500.885-8913��33w  Qibsons: 717 Crucil Road. 4 bdrm  ocean view, recently renovated  home; 2 levels, 2 lull balhs plus  large lamily room - close to  schools: no agents please  $205.000.866-4738 ��33c  auywwn  M3-M33  Commercial lot, 36x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999.985-0412 SS  OPEN HOUSE  12-4 pm, Sat/Sun  502 Eagle Crett  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  Elegant 3 bdrm home, 2 baths,  level entry, large view deck. 1600  sq/lt, main finished, 1600 sq/tt  down semi-fin. Fully landscaped.  Asking $259,000/. 886-0984 #33c  1.   Homes &  Property  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on privale  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/ln-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885-2253, no agents.        ss  4 bdrm family home w/1 bedroom  suite, W. Sechelt. Qood Invest-  ment. $163,900 obo, 685-5764. ss  W. Sechelt, new 1350 sq. ft. rancher. Dbl. garage, 2 full baths, 3  bdrms, skylight, natural gas heat,  maple cabinets, $174,900 885-  7972; js  Roberts Creek: 1/2 acre, square  lot, Spruce Road, $99,000. 885-  fm. ss  Require a building lot In or near  Gibsons, serviced with access tor  under $50.000.886-3015 attar 6.  tins  Commercial lot across from med-  leal building, $95,000.9654412.   M  hi ���liaSM *--.-->*  unyw. bkiwi  OPEN HOUSE  SaM-Jpm,S4UMMeRd  Qreat 3 bdrm. 3 bath lamily home  Oak kilchen w/eatlng area, up.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  dan on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuite  a wakin closet. Nicely landscaped  fenced backyard w/deck 4 hot tub.  AH appliances Included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 7394100 Vane, ss  Require a building lot in or near  Qibsons, serviced with access for  under $50,000,686-3015 after 6.  tfns  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  IB  /^%  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  3S  VlDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  i_\___9  For Rent  31  s^aae  For Sale  21  *******  Found  11  Obituaries ���  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  38  5  Home & Properly  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  15  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  28  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings 4  Motorcycles  28  Engagements  Work Wanted  8  Music  13  36  Why rent? 2 bdrm view condo in  desirable upper Qibsons. F/S, d/w,  laundry, parking. $312 bi-weekly  assumable 5 yr mortgage at  8.75%. Immed. possession. Possible sub-lease, $89,900 obo. Maik  886-8336 133c  Cottage to move, ideal for B 4 B or  added Income. Easy move to your  property. Fully linished. Details,  888-2751 #32w  For sale by owner. Two superb t/2  acre lots on Agnes Rd., oil Lower  Roberts Creek Rd. Quiet surroundings. Treed setting bordered by  ALR. Next to Joe Rd. $96,000  each. Ellen or Bill, 922-9749 #32w  310 Cochrane Rd. 1864 sqfl custom built, 1.5 storey. F/P, vaulted  ceilings, 3 bdrms, master on main.  4 pc. ensuite plus 1.5 baths, island  kitchen ml eating area, built in  appliances, double garage. Many  extras. Close to beach and amenities. No GST, $249,900.866-7902  #32w  VIEW LOT  Bonniebrook, West Oibaons. Lot 6,  Harry Rd. 1/4 acre, power and  water at lot line, perc, guaranteed.  Watch the cruise ships and sunsets. Your dream home awaitsl  $110,000. Builders available. 886-  1445. ��32c  Sunshine Coast home wanted.  Must be reasonable. No agents  please. North ol Sechet preferred.  683-5644 #32c  West Sechel 1880 sq.ft. 3 yr. old  rancher, 3 bdrms, 3 baths, large  attached shop, 1/2 acre. $267,000.  885-2060 or 885-9150.        ��32c  SOAKS POMT, BY OWNER  3 bdrm rancher, 1863 sq ll Large  lamily room, f/p, 2 baths, workshop. Large lol Asking $247,900.  For viewing cal 8864388       a  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural sat-  ting, treed w/hydro access, 175 h,  asking, $115,000, no agents  please 885-3469 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  Halt acre selectively cleared on  Richards Rd. Bryan Ltdingham,  Sussex SRC Realty Corp, 925-  2911 ��33c  W. Sechell, 1/4 acre OD, partial  visw lot, fully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs $79,900.  885-4862 M  Waterfront lot. Sakinaw Uke. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1-872-2117, days. 1-685-7478 ss  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour, Ready to build, septic in,  financing 883 9597 ss  Gambier Island. For sale by owner.  Beautiful 6 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, 1 1/4  acre ot garden area 4 new  orchard, stream, 10 min. walk from  ferry. $225,000. Cat 886-3214. ss  RARE OUALITY ACREAGE  Qreat Ocean View, extensively  improved, well treed and wilhin  walking distance to Sgts Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is in a  growing large lot subdivision with  two driveways lo access upper and  lower sections of property at  $155,000. Lot 23 of Leaning Tree  Subd. wi not last kmgl Cal Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-9794042.   SS  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5S8eCowrHSt.Bo.12l9  SechM. BC. VON 3M  ess-san fax sea zees  van TonFte��ee4-eoie  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 8098 Alder-  wood Road, Halfmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 885-2201,  evenings 685-0944. ss  Jesse and Samantha Pelerso*  have a cousin, Cody Allen, bom  July 18,1994 in Kamloops. Proud  parents are MM and Jane   132c  7    Announcement  I 7.   Announcement  H12- Pets &  Livestock  Dave 4 Michelle are pleased to  announce the birth ol Justin David  Crosby on July 19,1994 at 8:23  pm weighing 8 lbs. Proud grandparents are Freeman 4 Joy Smtth  and Betty 4 Bob Crosby. Thank  you lo Dr.s Cairns 4 Burtnlck and  nurses Karen 4 Arlene tor all their  special care.       If32c  CROSBY, Bruce, peacefully on  Monday August t, 1994, age 39  years. Survived by his loving parents, Peggy and Hartt; sisters, Barbara, Meghan; and brother Rick.  He will also be dearly missed by  his nieces, Adrlanne, Jenna;  nephew Klan and his extended  lamily and hit vary many close  Iriends. A memorial service was  held on August 8,1994 in North  Vancouver. In lieu of Ilowers,  donations msy be made to tha BC  Cancar Agency - Brain Tumour  Research #32*  5. Thank You  We would like to extend a huge  thank you to mom, Randle Dkfy 4  Jenica lor a beautllul garden ol  Ilowers, Sue T. 4 gang tor a delicious 4 beautiful cake. Amanda lor  bouquets. Jeanette tor hair. David  4 Iriends tor music. Sue Sh��� Sue  W��� Greg. The Hawiians. Joel (pic.)  Darin, Bob, Rich 4 al ol our other  Iriends 4 family who made this a  veiy special day 4 wedding. Randy  4 Galadrlel, Brianna 4 Kaltlynn  Milne. #32w  THANKS to al my clients lor making CATHY'S HOME CLEANING a  success this first year. Cathy  Maclean ��34w  6. Personals  74 yr old gentleman seeking  Sechelt family who would enjoy  occasional visits. Loves children.  132c  ATTENTION COMMUTERS  Room In Vancouver house,  $200/mo. October 1.739-1197  #34w  cote at Ho^  mw Rsfllstsrtd Nurse   ^  Homemakers - Gardeners  Bonded & Insured  HELP o^fe WAY  (Maoris to Pander Harbour  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 sa  Close In - Gibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way. $79,500.1-922-3559.  si  Roberts Creek, 1.0 acre, southern  exposure, partially treed, building  site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access. $128,000.  886-7372. SI  This* a little gem tor the discriminating buyer. 1200 sq. It., 4 yrs,  inphblkasit adul house, close to  visge. Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-fled kitchen,  breakfast area opens onto s/l patio  4 garden. 2 full baths, master  ensulte. Big studio (easily 2 bdrms  again!) Sky/I, extra big windows.  Mature artistic landscaping, dog  run and kennel. Appliances. No  agents. $174,900. CaH 885-6010  toview. ss  COSTARICA  f lot left in Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, serviced, private community, tropical  park wth hiking/riding trails, swim,  ming. does to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $26,500 each.  (86-5157. SS  Hallmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpets, oak kitchen,  large rock f/p, w/RSF stove. 2  decks, ocean view, on park-like 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdrm w/ioft  cabin, presently ranted at  $400/mo. $215,000 885-6989  ss  Canasta 4 Frustration player, looking lor same, older female. 685-  9108 134c  Ta*, fun-loving 40 yr old, attractive,  energetic hard working mother of  1, n/s. SD, DWF, looking for tall  secure guy with a good sense ol  humour. Lst'a meet (or coflee.  Reply to Box N, c/o Box 68,  SecheH BC, VON 3A0        134c  Individual counselling in beautiful  tuwanek with Carolyn Lincoln,  RPC. ��� addictions ��� codependence  ��� trauma ��� women's issues. 885-  4672 ��36w  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call tor into 886-  3921 or 8854384. tin  Announcements  AT  Sechelt Book Stores  NOW  'Or, Vem CMen Slippers"  by��laiiw(B��H)MiHen  ...nostalgic history of  /lying, logging,  family anecdote!  67 recipes   SECHELT PRESCHOOL  Sept ���** registration; small dasses, quality program, 8(5-7212,  8859658 ��34w  MS ANALYSIS  Gives you information concerning  your health level by observing  colour 4 structure ol the iris. Analysis ii done Irom photographs  which may be taken in your home  for your convenience. Cal Vonnie.  6839653 I34w  ^VS    Coast .leadens)  ~��*LM ofDenu &  "5Jvp7(��*tt  Registration  Sssss Aug 21  3 -6pm  885-2263  <M<WHAKAV��.SECHELT  JANPOYNTER  Presents a new line ol colourful  wooden floral decor for your home  See Ihem at Hackett Park Cralt  F*. Aug 13-14. I32w  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation tor Ihe  mind le the body  _  , ��� Trager*  "*      '��� Acupressure  <=i   ��� Reiki 1  ���      ��� Therapeutic  Toudi  Release tension &  emotion;J blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environmenl  latctaeenf In woMcti'i hcaftti  IMM874  Save money. Find HIDDEN TREASURE USED BOOKS a 5525 Inlet  Ave, Sedies, 469 Marine Or, Gibsons. Selected trades welcome.  *37w  T^W^F     Reeve  II 1^886-3188  |   Bev.886-3714  Junior Lean to Sail program. CYA  Certilied Instructor. Olympic class  lasers. Sponsored by Qibsons  Yacht Club. Phone Dane at 666-  2884, QYC �� 886-4500, or Mary  at 686-7574. Deadline for registration, TuesAug. 16. #33c  SECHELT FARMER'S MARKET  First 4 thkd Sa, 10-4 pm, behind  QHgan'iPub. *37c  Rainbow Preaehool  hai openings for 3 ��� 4 year olds.  Fan/94. Call Jan, 885-3707   ��34c  Freckles Wear  Children's clothing is on the Coast,  Unique, colourful 100% cottonl To  view or book home party call Jan,  885-3707 #34c  Stress and tension release.  Reflexology S accuprasiure.  Phone /Weigh tor appl. 886-9234  ��34c  FEEL THE DIFFERENCE  Are you serious about losing  weight or tired, no energy? We are  #1 leaders In heallh 4 nutrition.  WE GUARANTEE RE8ULTSI All  nalural products. 886-3067  *34w  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children nourish In a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful Involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup ��� Grade 5  L'ecole Passe-Partout  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  Now taking registrations lor September, 1994.885-5363,888-9074  #34c  New in Gibsons Landing  ONE  HOUR  PHOTO  287 Gower Pt. Rd  886-4586  HAIR* NAILS BY VICTORIA  HAS MOVED  to Hair We Are. Tim - Sa, 886-  2222.1 Invite all my clients to see  me there. 934c  The Wellness Centre Physiotherapy Services (otl North Rd on Kiwanis Way) In Qibsons is pleased to  announce tha KaUe Angamwyer,  RPT, Is seeing clients for Susan  Edmonds during the 2nd and 4th  weeks ot August. By appointment  886-2640. #34c  Anyone aver Involved with BC  TEEN TOWNS contact Lena, 886-  2977. Re: reunion inlormation.  new  Econo Autobody. Summer specials on now lor bodywork 4 panting 8864662 #33c  >nffftirxM  School of Dance  HA.D. Ballet Classes  ���:M.|��IMIt.i;i.HBI  WedAus24&  SatAug27��5-8pm  1121 Port Mellon Hwy,  (1km from ferry terminal)  886-8346  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  ��� A complimentary makeover  thai creates the effect you  want-nalural, career or  dramatic.  ��� A glamour look lhal  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhat will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  4JLMARV KAV  1*1 IO (Afl || suit AWKf-  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  _^ji��rOj[ort��il]ii��iljkj^_  Two pygmy goats, 1 yr. old  (neutered), $200; 2 pygmy goat  kids, 5 wks. old (females), $160 /  pr.; 2 pygmy goal kids, 6 wks. old  (male 4 female), $180. Evenings  8864343. *32c  MAGUS KENNELS REQ  Since 1960  Dog 4 Cat Boarding  ���Science Diet" pel foods  Dog Obedience Classes  Learn to Scuta Dive  this summer at  Flexible schedule  All equipment supplied  Courses start weekly  ���1l2,1M4l��*|1t1,M  8. Recreation  Stan and Carol Skinner are  pleased to announce tha engagement of their son Michael to Ca-  aleaShub 132c  Beaches ��� Trails ��� Rain ��� Shine.  Spiritual walks, mental, physical  heath. 886-3953 ��32w  SILENT AUCTION 4 QARAGE  SALE by the Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Sal., Aug.  13, 10 am ��� 3 pm, St. Mary'i  Catholic Church Hall, Gibsons  Refreshments available.     *32w  Always tired? Physically drained,  stressed out, overweight? 'Feel  the power'. Amazing new herbal  breakthrough. Money back guar-  Call 885-4762        ��34w  Forst Pottery, open Friday and  Saturday 9 am - 3 pm or by  appointment 866-2543. 1040  Chamberlin Road. Qibsons. #33c  Colonic irrigation. Call Carolyn,  8654657 KSw  For Rent: Marquees lor weddings,  Bar-b-ques, lamily gatherings. 20 x  20.885-2896 or 685-3474   ��32w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-8208.24 hour Me. tfn   tin  Pure bred registered border collie  puppies, 10 wks old, $250.1-285-  4252 ��32w  Saddle, English, all purpose Good  cond. $425.885-2332        #32*  Saxophone lessons 4 |azz theory  Call Tim, 886-7704 #34w  Apt. size upright piano, exc. cond.,  appraised at (2000. Lovely tone.  Offers 886-8543 #33c  CREEK STEP  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Tues, Thurs, Sat, 9:30 am. Complete aerobic workout with weights.  St. Aldan's Hall, Roberts Creek.  Evening classes? Call 886-3634  tins  Summer fun for kkfsl  Ages 7-17. MuM-sports, soccer, 4  basketball camps. July 4-29, Aug.  2226. Great Instruction. Coach  Sluis, 886-9659 #32*  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tfns  Does someone In your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 985-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  nc  Sunahine Coasl  Transition House.  A sale place for women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour seivice. 885-2944 tin  Piano Tuning  ^     ��� repairs  j_W%' m*~��^*  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Mahogany piano (Henry Herbert),  $1900 666-3171 #33*  VIOLIN- VIOLA -CELLO  Lessons, all ages and levels.  Redrooffs. 885-1066 #32w  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautilul sound. $1000.885-9306.  tfns  W.L TRAVEL  SECHELTS"BESr  Janice Perry, Ingrid Matthews,  Cynthia Paul  #32*  W.L TRAVEL  CRUISE 4 TOURS  Peter Schmidt, Yvon LaCroix,  Rebecca Duthie.  ��32w  W.L TRAVEL  .Windsurfing equip,, boards, sails,  booms. God cond., telling separately. 8854699 ��33w  Sea Kayaking Instruction. Beginners, rescues, advanced strokes,  Eskimo rolling. With instructor  AudriU Points, 88(4947 #32w  Joyce Garden, Charlene Scoular,  SundiHailam  Fax:885-3880  #32w  2 mo ok) tabby kitten, dark nose,  white paws, downtown Sechelt  aea 885-5629 I32w  6x10 white IVd canvas tap, Hwy  tot between Roberts Creek 4  Davis Bay. 685-4804        I32w  Diamond ring. In or near Sunnycrast Mall. Tues July 19. Keepsake. Rewad. Langley, 530-3260  or 576-2418 132c  Sleek black lemale spayed cat,  named Lucky. 1469 Clover 4  Hansen Rds. 885-9355      #32c  Tilley Hat, white, between Seima  Park 4 Sechel 8854135 #32w  Camera - Sechelt aea, reward.  8853995 I32w  Wintering In Arizona  Travel Show  Aug. 14/94, 7:30 pm, rm. 101  BELLA BEACH MOTEL, Davis  Bay #32c  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  TOURS  Aug.2 - Queen Elizabeth Park 4  Grouse Mountain; Aug. 13 - Vancouver Symphony on Whistler  Mtn.; Aug. 25 - Vancouver Game  Farm 4 New Westminster Quay;  Aug. 27-Pender Harbour Cruise 4  Dinner; Dec. 15, shopping, dinner  4 Christmas lights. Overnight trips:  Sepl 13-15 Victoria 4 Chemakius;  Sept. 19-23 West Edmonton Mat;  Sepl 28-Oct. 6, Westcoasl Explorers Fell Tour; Oct. 2t-Nov. 22,  New Zealand, Australia 4 F*i; Dec.  14, Westcoasl Explorers Victorian  Christmas. For more information  ptoasecaH 6864862. 133c  Glasses in Mack case. Coach Rd  4 Leek Rd. 886-3814        #32c  Wedding ring, lound In Wilson  Creek ma Dsicribs to claim.  (85-2473 ��32w  Gold chain at Pebbles Beach. 866-  24(1 I32w  Box of personal effects (pictures)  Hwy 101 4 Stewart srss. Aug.1  (88-7302 I32w  Free to good home. 10 mo old  spayed female pup. Black  lab/Husky mix. 886-7596 eves.  ���32c  Two yr old Border Collie X, veiy  friendly, good w/kids, spayed 4 8  yr old Shepherd X, neutered male,  very mellow, good w/kids, need a  good home, family moving overseas. 8854278 ��34w  Gentle bomb-free pony, good with  kids, $1200 obo. 8854787   #34c  Horse boarding, W. Sechelt,  $100/mo. 885-3506 ��33w  Qentle horse lor lease. Tack  included. Qood lor children or  adut.CH 8854038 after 5 pm.  ISM  Used modern oil tumace, In exc.  cond, needed for smal cabin. Cal  Janice, dayi, (04-279-2114. lv.  mess, or 604-3254019 eves��4w  Wanted to buy fresh ripe firm  blackberries. 8869166      ��34w  Looking lor Casio or Roland or  Tomlee or Yamaha touch sensitive  keyboard tor a 6 yr old. (864415  eves 134c  Hooked on Phonics kl. Qood used  camera, large prs-ichool biks.  (83-9359 134c  American Playground trampoline;  desk (smal) 8854503        ��32w  Small cottage or suite, Sechelt  area lor responsible Individual.  6854361 or 1-940-1274     #32w  Picnic table, outhouse, kayak,  beach equipment, child gym swing.  886.9600 #32w  Kayaking life jacket, comfy 4  cheap, cal 886-7355 tfns  Boat trailer for 1? Boston Whater.  Reasonable. 883-9484.       *32c  Old used bricks. Please cal 685-  3917 tfns  BUYMQ COINS  Bank Notes  Qotd&SiKrer  Video Etc.  8S64312  Above ground rH tank with some  ol. You pick up. 885-3633 I32w  ....     ...  ���  _______%_____  ______  <a�� ii Coast News, August 8,  21   For Sale  2* is, to good homes. 883-2018 mowtr |nick |ac|| t[mK ^  886-3003 (lv. mess.) #34w  17. Garage Sale:  Quantity heavy duty Mils fencing  _ with posts. Gravel shaker. Cement  Sat, Aug 13. 8 ��� 2 pm. 313 King "**�� talvanized bowl. 8864996  Rd. Multi-family. #33* W*>  Three family garage sale, Sunny-  side, off Pratt. Lots ol goodies.  9:30 - 12 noon. Sat Aug 13.  Weather permitting 132c  Three lamily garage sale, Aug. 20  421,9smto2pm,9959Wescan  Rd��� Halfmoon Bay. #33w  Sal, Aug 13, 9.6 pm, Madeira  Pak, watch tor signs.        #32w  Moving ��� eveiy weekend In Aug. or  call - 420 Stewart (oil Winn).  Tools, clothes, stereo, sm. fum.,  d/w, wheelchair, boa equipment.  8440559 l^w  lawn sale - 689 Dougal Rd, Gibsons, Sri. July 30,10 am on.  #30*  Comingl Sa. Aug 13, annua Mission Point gasge sale - watch lor  Hgnsl #32*  Airtight wood stove with stainless  steel coil connected to aux. h/w  tank, $650.665-3508        #34*  6 pc patio lurniture set; solid pine  water bed. Queen size, no-wave  mattress, zero EMF heater; crib,  mattress 4 bedding sat; play pan;  Singer sewing machine (multi-  stitch) w/lable; office-style swivel  chair; tv/stereo stand Simplicity  ride-on lawn mower; old fashioned  pram 886-7152 #34w  pft-cutttudt  35�� a It; Ik 2x4. 354 a It; Ik 2x6.  491 a It; tir 2x8. 7(t at fl; cedar  siding. 1x6 channel 491 afl. Delivered, no taxes. Call 885-9306. tins  Swap sailing cruises/summer  cabin building trusses tor labour to  winterize, insulate 4 soffst cabin.  8884104. 133c  Kenmore portable washing  machine, t yr ok), hardly used.  White, $500. (85-5206       #34*  APPUANCES  Sales-Service of reconditioned  major appliances.  * large selection* waranty'  Bjom 865-7897   tt**  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed firewood, spll 4 delivered,  fun cords, $100, cedar available.  8860349 I34W  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commeicial  ���Free Estimates  Call Bruce M$-l>49  Ceiling Ian $40; Filter Queen vac-  cum, $90; Alpine car stereo, $200;  Dynaco stereo amplifier, $200;  Maantz stereo tuner, $200; Jackal $60.6864214       v    133c  Organic local garlic, large, easy  peeling bulbs 4 cloves. Order now  lor eating/October planting. 885-  7866 #33c  Dynamic duo: almost new top  quality Speed Queen waiher 4  seasoned Speed Queen dryer. In  fine running cond. $500/pr. 866-  0732 #32*  Windsurfer, begin, to intermediate,  good cond., complete. $350.886-  4773,885-7578 #33c  CHARS  35 hardwood colonial chairs, buy  one or all. $15 ��� (35. 886-2867  133c  21 spd mountain bike, (200; 23*  colour TV, $75; answering  machine, $50; rowing machine,  $100,686-0862 133c  GOLDFISH  al types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  Attention weavers: 45* Atherton-  built Conlre-March 6 harness Hoof  loom, solid mahogany construction, uses Leclerc parts. $1200  firm, 8860164, tax 8860283,132c  Maytag washer 4 dryer. $350 pak;  queenslze waterbed wkh drawers,  $160; kitchen table 4 chairs, $200;  Ckwwdale 8 fl. dinghy, $150.885-  5307. #320  Dry, seasoned or green. Call  Klaus, speak to my electric secre-  taiy. 6650679. ��32c  Colour TV, $75; goll set, (50;  tewing machine, more. 885-9783.  #32c   250 gal oil tank (hill), lower Qibsons. Swap tor utility traitor, yard-  work, w.h.y. 885-3433 ss  TOP SOL  sand, gravels. Reasonable rates.  885-5070,68643(6, Doug  #34w  Gibisnt Msbili  Rainsawn, Quarter-sawn.  & Bevel  886-1461  0^.  '81 Mustang. Recent paint.  Immaculate Interior. New tires, I-  roiofB. asking $2500.8860662  : #34c  '81 Cutlass Supreme, maroon  body, exc. shape, no rust, needs  motor work. $1400.8854874#33c  '81 Cougar 2 door, auto, sun root,  new brakes. $950 obo. 886-3993   is  '61 AMC Concord, whlta, rum  good, $550.685-1942. ss  '81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $3500obo.886-7969. ss   1982   '82 Aries sin. wagon, 4 cyl, auto,  p/s, p/b, $600.6854706     ��34w  '82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. auto. Vary good condition.  $2800. Call 6860368. is  ���82 Mazda RX7, good cond., nsw  dutch, brakes, $3100.8860032.  CLEAROUTI Used tkes, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-7167 SS  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt,  $1500.885-5467. SS  '70e  MeU Appliance  ��� Rapdlr  Repair to all makes ot  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  wilh warrantees.  Call Hatvey at 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Smal W.H.-approwd wood stovs,  $250; Simply Accounting tor DOS.  6880365 I34W  25' Owens Cabin Cruller, clinker  but, mahogany over oak, smooth  running. FWC Volvo, 3(0 GMC,  sounder, trim tubs, VHF, Sport-  syak dinghy. Fresh bottom paint.  New zincs. (4000 obo, 983-9298  eves, or after Aug. 11,(83-2153  H4w  DEMO SALE  Kilchen cabinets, complete, $750;  wood framed dbt. glaze opening  windows, 8W, (290, Stf, (200;  soaker tub, (150; vinyl dbl. glaze  windows; SUNCO,665O609l34w  Flour mil, (75; 9x12 tent, (100;  2hp 10' Grinder, (200; Slngar  treadle tewing machine, Si SO.  886-7473 after 4 pm H4C  Maytag heavy duty w S d; aluminum truck rack; Tigsr torch,  885-3082 134c  Microwave wai shelf, (oak), (40;  older model d/w, oflora? 6650816  M4c ���  Propsns bsrbacue w/tsnk, 3  shelves, w/glais on hood. 888-  9346 #33C   raw  MOVING: Llvlngroom 4 dining  room lamps, tables, tv, ikigle hides-bed, itsrso, daik, barbecue,  ornct entre, pram* pwwngi, M*  mond Mrringi, mite. 885-3651  #32*  PRODUCTS  Mixed firewood, ipM 4 dehared.  Fii cords, (100, cedar avalaNe,  8860349 MM  Grandtather dock from Qsrmany,  oak, many toatures, bevalad glasa.  '84 Reliant, good cond. No rust.  Low kms. (1(95.8860305 #34*  '84 Subaru Un. wgn., 5-spd,  itereo, sunrool, new exhaust, run-  nlng wel, $450 6650669    (34c  ���84 Honda Civic hatchback 150OS  Md, 1 owner, exc. cond. (34(5  lirm. Call 6853943 and leave  M  5tw  IhFnc  ST.00  18  open wed. a Weekems  5873 Mason Rd. 885-3506  19* colour zenith TV, remote.  Mska good second. (150. 888-  ���798 #34w  Kenmore washer, dryer, range,  (SO as ;kldge, (80; 6850633   ��3w  . Moffat H.D. washer. New clutch  needs more parts. Moffat H.D.  dryer, good working cond, (150  Mt. 965-1939 133c  Moving: must isl 10 cu. II dsap  freeze (QE). CU Doug, 888-7882  #32*  Wnha 4 drya set in good working cond $220.8850641    I32w  Freezer, 5.7 cubic tl, almond,  (200.8(60(23 #32w  1( cu tl. refrigerator. Whirlpool  almond, large frsszsr, sxc cond.  Asking (360.8880106       #32*  Moffat range, harvest gold, vary  d cond, $50; 8650712. (32c  Your Logs to Lumber  Custom SawmOng done  on your property  to your specifications.  885-3506  MAmual  Country Furniture Sale  Man lale July 30/31 (throughout  the summer, 114 pm. Items to be  considered: Painted phis harvast  table, Wk painted pine drop Iront  desk, 6II klchen cupboard, 18th  century Scandinavian unpainted  pins damnable, several dd hiding  acrasni, smal psinted amoks, Ml  pine book cass, American dining  labia w/4 chain, small wooden  Idlchen tables, mil stools, chain,  chsM, mkron, limps, rugs aid  much, much more. Roberts Creek  (off Lower Road st top ot Cheryl  Am Pak Rd). Ram or thine. (M-  3848. THIS IS NOT A GARAGE  SALE M2  Floral couch, (300; 2 large burgundy chain, (300 pr; (854672  mt  Queen ilze hide-a-bed, cream  peach stripe, exc. cond, $425 obo;  ante toMkig sWrs, S7S. 886-2771   #34C  7 pc klchen sa, (250.8860557  134c   L-shaped chsatsrtMd, $75; doubts  bed, (100. (880557 (33w  China cabinet, exc. cond, (800.  (86-9434 #33w  Round task dining rm w/4 chain,  (500.8854672 133c  Sad chestsrtMd, (50; wis and  chak, $200; Chinee Mack lacquer  chest, antique tablet S chain.  8 hp Briggi 4 Stratton eater pump  w/ 3 in outlet, (300; 501 Isngtv  of hoot, $40; VMM fflBBw cofftt  tsble, (60; Viae end tablaa, (30  ea; 20 hp Johnson o/b, 4400;  Dynacheck suto snalyzar, (12S;  Golden Jet wel pump, (100 444-  2213 M4c  Glut tireplsce door w/Krssn.  Portable fireplace tcrssn (offan);  almost nsw oak entertainment  centre w/glm door, (400 obo;  Appls II QS.computer S' floppy  disk drive, Imagewrller II printer,  colour monitor, (400 obo. 846-  4490 me  Mountain bike, (130; men'i 10  ipd, (20; LBoy Iswnmowa, (40;  bird C80M. $10 tti woodtn rock*  mg horse, (too, Johnton 4.5 oft,  exc. cond, (700.6860633 #33w  UQUOATION SALE  1908 Ford 4x4 crewcab, SSOOO;  1987 Ford 4x4 crewcab, $11,500;  19(8 Ford 4x4 crewcab, $8,500;  KM Fotd 4x4 crewesb,  (10,(000; 19(7 2(00 Invsdar,  crew Mat, (24,900. 487-4486.  8864497 ��33w  Prom chainsaw, 1100; 121. ftot-  glan canoe, (275; bunkbedt,  (50; Allen MOC organ, (1400;  tins, p 1(9/70 HR 14, Chsv rims,  $80 683-9324 133*  York 2001 horns gym, ss nsw,  (350; (4 In. soaker tub, whits  r, $100; 40*. base*/  tntonra, $75; Mt of wtfcit ttMdts,  (25. CU alter 6 pm, 6844897  #32*  1/2 Inch balding system */ nail  and band. Aa new: Strapox brand  S 341 Tensloner, S369 Sealer  (crlmpsr), 1000 sssli 4 about  9000ft 1/2 Inch nylon band. Currant rstsll: (750. Sell tor (500.  8(841(6 #32w  Lags dog travel cage. (60; older  mods! Ptall sewing machine In  crtlna, (170.4460166     M2w  17 Roadway travel baser, (600  obo;77ChevJWtonpAiw/ll��   ttssVmtst.   -'- -*-'-   aaat *   ��� *���   ��� '  ctmptr, ww; mchc wnw cntr,  $400 obo. 88^4288 M2w  1888,4 tap MriMV OtAottf, 8N6.  cond., ((SO; S It Hiding patio  Ooon wftcrttn tfcintun tant  ont window broktn, $200.886*  sooi raw  Two wMow Imtft ilr con. unit,  $100ee.2KonJeeSLR  zoom tens, (ssh cim stc ,$360;  photo course, (200. ConsMsr  Brothert knitting machine No.  KH881 with rlbbsr snd electric  knitter plus 3 different attachments Lots of cone wool snd pel-  lerm. $1000 firm 883-2887     si  Sssn 9' gsrsgs door S opener  (new 10W IS.) $880. (SM244.lt  5 roll ol FAX popor 81/2"x32C  1" con, 15.95 per rol. 886-2822.  '84 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/l,  l/t, textrai, $2950,885-9648 tl  ���88 Hyundai Pony, In grea shape,  automate $1500 ObO 686-2909II  WRenaul, Runs wel, some work  req'd. (350.8(40(41        ��32w  86 Chsv h/back, 4 dr. tadsn, one  owner, low kmt, mow tktt, nsw  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $4995.8857518. II  '76 Ford Club wagon 4x4,460  auto, 33* mud tires, $4000 firm.  686-7612 #33*  '76 Ford Ringer 4x4, 1/2 ton  camper special, exc. cond. $3600.  686-3992. is  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  dm, tuff box. Qood cond. $2800  ObO. 8864450 II  7( Chev, 3/4 ton V( auto. Heevy  duty racks, uses oil, (650 885-  9128 #32*  '79 Chev 1 ton pick-up, dual 444  suto. Sale or map tor motorcycle  (500 cc or up) or piano. 4830343.  #32*  '79 Landcrulter, diesel, 8000 lb.  wsrn winch, warn hubt, nsw  sxhaat, (MOO obo (84-7(00. as  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  suto., looks snd runs excellent,  (4996 obo. 686.7090. It  Boston Whaler, 17 tt. Fishing  /water ski/ bait tank, dbt. battery/  VHF/sounder/115 hp/trailar.  $15,750. Thurs - Sun only. 886-  4686 I33C  22 tt, Sea Ray, $11,500. Sounder,  galley pac, marine head, had 4  soil top, auto bait tank, lish linder,  clean 4 last. Have all receipts,  may trade for small boat. 885-  5623aft.6pm n  16 It Thermocrafl fibreglass boal  First $350 takes. 8854804   ��33c  Propellor for 115 Merc Ob. 19  pitch, good shape, $100, 886-  9346 #32w  1969 Cempion 250 Sunbridge  Volvo 350 Chev with duo-prop leg,  260 hrs, alt. cabin, head, Hove,  icebox, etc. Exc. cond. $27,500  000.885-2191. #32c  1949 34 tt. Monk diesel cabin  crutee. A very economical boa In  excellent working order. $25,000.  484-2734. M  20 Double Eagle, fuHy equipped,  (10,500.(83-2409. #32c  12 ft. chrome 'A' vent chimney, 42300.885-7259  $100; lege capady wood'   '  (500 sl lis naw. (65-7(11.  '81 Toyota 4x4 p/u. Exc. mech.  cond. Lady owned. $2675 obo.  (8(0778 #32*  Waited Deed or Aft* Toyota 4x4  lor pa*. 80-14. (840453.132c  81 Font 5 ton, 20 box, 3208 Ca  engine, 130,000k, (5(50. IM-  9(00 #33*  Belly bar w/ext, chains 4 turn  buckle, used t month, $75. 885-  0277 #34*  24 ft. motorhome, '89 Slumber  Queen. Rea bdrm, awning, dash  air, air-helper springs. 84,000 km,  like new. $25,000.8654455 #34*  Camper van, 1966 Dodge maxi  (Islander conversion), $13,900.  865-9491 ,.34c  1979 Chevy camper van, raised  root, Iridge, sink, good tires, well-  maint, economic, $2500. 885-  3568 #34c  '59 QMC 4104 converted, air, generator 3-way, Iridge. Seen a Silver  Sands Resort, 883-2630      #34c  79 21 ft. trailer, fiidge, stove, fum,  h/w, awning. $5495 obo. or  accept pat-trade for boa 4 motor  to (2000 value. 8850512    134c  77 Wilderness trailer. 22 It, ac,  salt-contained, exc. cond. tandem  axel, towing package, priced to  ssll or trsde, (5000. Dais, 685-  5271 aft. S pm ��33w  Leisure cralt hard top tent trailer,  kiexc.cond.ldeaforaimaltimi.  Iy. 866-0076 I33w  '88 compact/Import truck camper,  3-W, fridge, turnsce, stovs.  Immsc. con, (3400. (84-5(72  #33*  1980 Falkland motor home, 27 B. 38 Gran Mariner TRI, a* cond. 0  crulti, air, awning, loaded, hrt. on diesel. (120,000.844-  $10,500.240-2898cel.       W3w   *** *����  291 Prowta trassr. Rsa bsdroom,  al equip, stays. Pad rental stays tl  Merch 95. At Heed Water Marina  (Madeira Park) Often: 683-9502  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain M Murray  MCMMC. M.N.A.M.S  M.A.B.Y.C. ���Marine  Swveyori and Conusor*  132c  Colour panel portraits from your  lavourite photo. Pelt, family,  frlerxh. OW, $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON WO.  Pit. allow 60 wki. tor delivery.  SaUtaaae onaasssd n money  ttna  86 Plymouth van, 5 spd, 22m*.  crutee control, tinted glut, 6 pet-  linger, bid, sxc. cond. (4500.  486-72(1. 132c  81 International 5 ton, propane,  mecnenceay cemnea. uen oner  or trade for smaller iruck. 885-  3506 ss  HKki-K band mask S (ions  wih axniwrtcaloniBta, $3000;  T-30 InotrtoN Rtnd compftttof  UO   1 DU  _____��� __mm   Mima   H1J1 1  FW, 9 rn, MWHi Ml, MC tlfmv  Nexpktd auto shutoff at 3100  MiumsMisi  Grttn Onion Emm iMton  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLER8AHO  TOWING  886-2020  -iMCTicwHwuaoaarr  24 Hr. Emergency Towtng  ���tiAy limine) sand nam*'  GuamnleedQoodJLIeed  Pwtt tor most makes and  MECHANIC ON  4 WMM WWt, I MIMM  Drive and Some Do Drive'  Deed Car Removal  Wsbuysoms  and tow some  Trsvsl trailer by Terry. Spadous,  ful Ml, both, steepe 8. Immaculate  cond. Phone 8(54048 evei lor  wwfng, Prictd to Ml. it  17 It travel trailer: frfdga, stove,  lurn., shower, stc. (2000 obo.  883O450evee #36c  121 Aposo camper. Good Maps,  wMnwsr,S1(00.885O807 #33*  1989 Coleman lent trUtr. Sleept  4, good con, (1200 obo. 886-  4817 #32*  14 Dodge Csnvan, suto. (4,900.  Id  '85 Ford F150 XLT, sit. cab,  csnopy, 351, t/nsw parts, gd.  cond, $8600.6860108. N  Id  ���MFordAsroslai. Canperiied  ^������a 1W�� e^**fmf*r. ^^ItPI       V#9C  8IMezdeB2000,iportec*4  w/astcMng csnopy. Ess. cond.  84 SM Toyots 4 -runnsr, nsw  ' m  84 Ford Ranger. Ch* csb, VI  ntw Qfttft t Kw Mm cpfinpi,  f, (8000 obo 8(6-  ful bathroom, Move, fridge, hr-  nice. Steeps 6. $3050.8660906  20 ft. Frontier, thower, toilet,  88M81 untct, wloQt, m woridnp.  Rwond. tnglM. $7000 obo. Can  bt Mtn tt 883, WHmmi C*k. RV  r��___________*  Forret13tlravakasw,aeeps  4, S20OMrt(20O��U 4488307  2�� Antfttnt trtvtl trtltr, 90O8  oondton, $8^00.888J874.  As  Qood cond. 888-2100. n  1880 OR. 24 notortioint A-1 con*  Ha    ���   iil.il*   ***.--   ||    |. ,t   I  Ktcycwj DumnQivumui  Frandi Doon/hl.**. Ooon  Alum. 4 Vinyl Windows  UohHng/KMchtnli  (ottmoffl rblurae etc.  tMtsarNkrwsrcsf  888^888  5653 WhorfM, Sechek  ** *    ��� ���<-  HIJIIffamff  MONSAT9om-Spm  88 Foil Ranger sssi up. 4 cyl.  nm has. ( spd. HMwy guard  wlkKrfiSSSN*  stovs, fumsce, thowir, (8400.  ss  4400, m tor l360K6O076#33w  L8M8 ���08m NHw 8Mi DiyMQ  220 V 6000 wilt 20 cu fl custom  IktbrickOnsd dehydrate, posstte  mm____________m  HT ZerHh colour TV, (100; Evin-  Ito chJkfi convsriMi ca isa, (86  6850130 ma  Single bed frame w/plywood;  maple single bed, heed 4 frame  w/hew mafrm, best offer ssch;  Danby bar fridge, $130; Kenmore  BBO w/tank,conr 4 bricks, (100;  wagM bsnch, sl waghts S toms  accessories, $150; older ski rack,  $25; vmly w/slnk 4 shower, $25  IS (450399 I33C  Cedar shed, 10x12 , new shake  roof, lined wall, 2x4 const. WW  need paint |ot) You move, (NO.  RS*  Meonao isBncs, sngteixx^nng  4 mattress; dressmaker's form;  bind lemma. 885*7579 eve 932w  Panaionic SV 3700 prol. dal.  recorder, $1200; Panasonic 8  track am/lm smpWsr, (20; RCA  top loed VCR, $40; older B4W  bookshelf ipssksrt, SSS pair;  assorted smsl speekan; Sony R  toRncnd��TC2S2O,(S0;NHe  Tt, (50; 1970 Chsv 3/4 Ion vei,  (soossmise m  Sokd pine right engle bunk bsds  BARK MULCH  Miahroom manure, (29 iq. yard  Nasi ssD. Duns buggy. Street  tegi-Rwdy to go. (840441 W4w  BODY WOWS  UONTSIUMQ  SMlwNghocellwNbeainy  wrftten lakMto on tha Coest. Far  twos  '68FM)ird,bigt*)ck400kkmd4  ipd ml Hunt earn. Eaton IM-  ed skp resrend (2000 obo (86-  3348 N  87Dod|iOaaA8UIIOlM.(Md  and, noma. (1700 ((44101 si  (7 Aon Legend LXLeadsd,  exc. es��8. Osrcssl Orsy.  HOOOkes (12,000 ObO. 4(4-  88 Toyota vsn, runs ml, wi  10 %. Hataon H| dbi^iy, csr top,  nsw cont, (380 obo. 4(30047  30t I  dlsssl powsr, nsw csnvu.  $28,000. Csl 883-1112      H2c  22 ft. KSC Commsndsr, 1(74  modsl, 144 Msrc cruiser - 7.4  Merc kicker, trim tsbs. Msny  ���dm (8000 000 6660232. (32c  121 Kencrtft Nxsglssi boa rated  tor 20 hp motor, (395; 15' Frontiersman (braglass canoe, $340.  8(80430. M2c  1(1/2 ft Vg boat w/too hp, EZ  load trailer, (3000 obo, 8840120  is  12ft Boston WhaterStnhr, (750  obo, 8860836. No cssi afta 9 pm  I32C  2 parson tibrsglsu ksysk, sll  7846 as  22' Heavy fg DsvMson doubts  tnotf, SinQlt cylndtr Ftfyntn  dJMJjSSj^tojJMMS ���  41' houssbost. Fridge, stovs,  drsssing roe*. $7900 ess. Ph  eves, 4880014 n  ^aluminum boat 7.5 Mac oA  motor, (1(00 ta ((8(818.   ���  22 1/2 ft. Doubts Eagle CB  New traler, 3000 b tea. (2(00.  4880421 ai  Wanted: Classic weeden run-  about 888-2738. as  II ft. Campion hard top, cuddy  ctbln, Ml ctnvM. PotMrao by 888  Mtrcruiitr frtth wt(tf oooitd S  irt W196 HP. Vtry tow houn,   ���     ���  ���  ��� .*    _e_9 *-�� ��� ���     am.--*- -.  unq motoy w mooenng. nma  cond., dttn Intidt k out 18600  ObO 4454025 IS  ley, nn wel (NO. (86-7503  not   73 Supsr Beetle, $2500 obo.  p/b, m, crates, nuslc ��� asking  (4480i88Ht10 (34w  88 Chsv Ewapttt wigon. 5 tpd,  108,000 kms, alt. am/lm cats,  ass owner. Exc. shape (5900.  M40727 M  M Uaida 321 Esc. cond, SJOOO  ObO. Cal (484(87 (32w  wn. Vwy ctotn, Ots toRvy vtnt*  tada tar butt (88-7848      m |  ,_ 80 25 hp Johnson 4 tsnk. Exc.  87 Nasal Mud van. 4 wd. BC uj   u_ saare eras Blew  **JiJ���?2j-���'"I*? teilii.'si700;7(8Jlipllw.  ton. (2200Obo.(484M48   traaa ^m g^ m^miI- I'���<--*'--.  IMS " *mmeni  am Buoy nbril 302 aid Mac  teg, soiNsdfeto hsidtap aid car-  vss, VHF, fishfindsr, trailer.  $12,000. WloonaMa pat trade.  N8401I.                          N  '44 Ford Bronco IU��4 XLT. $280; Fish on Swivel told down  uwj, MW- 'tmmirmmm    vtw fftg_*i 86ft ohOfttrtt 8008) ntw.  r_  m^ ^m^ ^_ |^^ ^M ' #��� m**a *A*J twt^mmwW. enrn****!. s*t*a**arm^m*mV  nun  24' wo  WOOO, OMC. 00ft  rebui 311, new  SJ.MI  boa. l/g on  tsro hows on  sl   KSOS2SH1-43S-  I recycled outo ports from ��� 3300  a    IYPASSAUTOA     I      ^    I   ���      ���   IV rMtfrOCM DOtl W/ Hn. EZ  1   ���UOf8��!��l!tM��   I tM(ab*,h��C.eilIsKOO  nucxMCYons  Heat to ssS, laatnie tiafam  Force 50 yeM. teak led*, 54 k.  etc  74WsstttliVWvsn,ixc.ln4 ��S Ptrt AjJJtot, S pass. via.  out, rum grist, 1800 cc, Alpine p*��wlt *���  ��h��so.Mutl*(3000obo. 143- nCw^IM.V4Pw.UK'S! 5!�� m**ir.&e.��*SMOOobo.  IITI 888-7884 at 4:30pm.           H  LiSsSi J ��*tt**  -7SS7  QSI Tore 18 in 148 CGI  W, (200.8(80549 KSw  Mirror, 4 sheets ol 6x8' 1/4' plots,  (150 ea oral lor (450.8084(55  133c  Motorola 8800 cell phone ml otl Ctn_m !*J*T"[*��� " "J*  peak plm, $75 obo. 445-5133  tor, 45 mg HD, loltwira, $500  I34w  obo 9850495  #33c  Fir or aider, $120. Spit 4 dekv-  asd, 488-7774 raw  Make an ofteri 1600 ln.fl.ol new  4 Inch bevel csdsr tiding. 445-  0444 I32w  Our babise hsvs M grown theml  Don/it Csntury csr list, (40;  Fieha Pries chid sea. (30; Outbound child carrier (nsw), SM;  Gsrry baby carrier. (20; Pater  Rabbit comforter 4 twin bed  sheas, $44; umbnH (Mhr, (20.  (850844 raw  1x4 rough csdsr, 4 ft long, 3 ft  Jackal |ick, ( 1/4 In skill ssw,  extra blades, Msec water pump,  never used. 486-5611       #32w  Gol dubs, amoa nsw, 2 woods 5  bona, bag 4 cart, (125. (84-2902  ��2w  Bassinet with bedding, bumper  pads, Want sea, Gerry beck peck,  Jo* jumper, bath ring. 1484421.  ��32c  78 Honda CMC. Nsw dulcMnted '48 Nlison Ssntrs S ip, nd,  windows, mags, sunrool. Runs AHW����4*e4, new MM Ins,  vsry wsl. $550 obo. (84-7974 DC. cond, (4(00 obo. 4140437  ���34C M  28 (IK 1), 4  "" ssJto, 7.S Hoods, good cond,  8( Fort F250, (11,500 ObO.�� (4.901. (460441              134c  M403H SM         TwoMarc lags, (1 ���1,5101,1-  182-71 itosaUa*4,H|flN4K, rn to t), 1MB M, snd misc.  MUNI (M-7444.              SS pate. 9450512                134c  Hng end qussn bids, gnsl f**t.  tsx, FM snd has rsdlos, inbosrt  computen md muJi mm. Gnsl  79 Dodge Canelle, sxc. cond,  good mileage, 225, good tins,  sxhaat, tedy drhrsn. $1200 obo.  8880413    #33*  79 Porchs 924,72,000 ml, pnmi-  um condition, $5400 obo. 444-  0141. tt  79 Fotd Fskmont good running  condition, new transmission,  exhaat. 885-5102. II  10 Ford PHO, $350.4884229  #34*  10 Volowigen Jetta, $1200 obo.  K80489,lv.mstl. ��34w  '(0 Chsv Malibu. Great ihipi.  very low mHigi, $1(99 obo. 886.  0688ms or lv. message     tins  1��  IB  '80 Honda Accord, auto, front  wheel drive, rum exc, W/txt good  con, $t200obo. 4430430   434c  90 Stick Le Seen LTD, 43,000  kl. Alstons 113,(60. sxcsssnl.  M3-2248 #33w  It Mercury Cougar, suto, sir,  power, white, sxc cond, 35,000  kw, $15,000000 8840623    II  ���91 Sunbird SE, V4,4 sp, 2 dr,  air,��� 4csss (4000 8942688  II  1(88   '82 Muds 323, suto, p/s, p/b,  7000km (yes 7000 km), $10,500.  K8O071 #34*  '92 Hondo Civic, whits, Sony  stereo, exc. cond. 19000. 9(6-  2341 ss  92 Aeroster, 7 psss. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 8087524 rm      n  19 Bronco II XL stiver, V4 4 sp, 6 hp Evinrude cVb. (450.8440557  can, dean 4 comlortable, (MOO. 134c  (46-2133. II         Boathouie, good condition,  (2(00. Madeira Park, Meal tor  10FortXlTRaiMr4x4,aB>- **��>��-MMm        Mw  dart V6. canopy. (11,500   (M- 10 ft Itxsgtess ca lop, new part  ��1M MM good condion, (200. Wanted: 8 It  im Ight ikminum ca lop. 8680865    raw  '91 Ford Ringer, ext. cab, V6  standard, 53,000 km, am/fm cats.  Exc. cond. $10,500. ((6-7(37  MM  11 Chevy S10, black s/b, pknea  stereo. Great condition. $4250  obo 886-7098 133c  11 Ford F150 custom, dual tanks,  a/C auto, $9200.833-2033. 132c  '92 Dodge Dakota ext. cab p/u,  low mieage $13,000.683-2033  1C Bayliner Capri bowrider W  130 hp galvanized trailer. Exc.  cond, soundir, skis, Ik jackets,  $12,300.8860452 *33w  12 ft aluminum boat 9.9 Johnson  o/b; galvanized, ezy-load trailer,  brand new. $1800 865-7693 raw  25' libreglass Iri-huH house boa,  120 hp Mac. Cruise FWC. Rebui  Mock 4 leg. trailer. Trade consid-  en. $9000 446-3146        #33w  14 tt aluminum Mkrocralt 4 trailer,  (1000.8455373 #33c  10 It fibreglass Tender, dual hull  w/oan. $280.885-7219       133c  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 4M  2277. II  27' Concorde l.g. eebln cruiser.  31( Chryster lib, nda, VHF, CB,  soundir, compsii, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready lo  crutee. (17,(00. (84 7240.      ss  to 11. FiinglMs, Votvo I/O, boal  Tandem ade traaa, (3(00.843  2287^ at  251 Rekel, depth sounder, good  mech. cundlion. $4000 obo. 048*  4870 II  Heevy duty 50 (loatramps bul to  sul. 883-2610 or 443-9290.     II  24' umtly libreglass, brand mw  motor aid other extra, hi of electronics. Reasonable price. George  4460139 II  OUTBOARD* FOR (ALE  9.820000000-70 HP 1992-1993  Evlnrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 843-2454.       th  ������ 16  Coast News, August 8, 1994  27. Mobile Homes  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  For Rent  Roberls Crei  For Rent  Sechelt ii Distnr  t 1/2 yr 14'x70' mobile in Ike-Ion ���� seek���. 3 bdrm (or 2 bdrm  La'9�� 3 Mrm duplex on Cochrane Old 3 bdrm house on acreage  31   Help Wanted  35. Business &  Home Services  Park. $87,900. Must see. 885  4194 ss  Park space available in Sechelt.  Commonwealth Homes - Chilliwack, BC. 792-4678 #32c  Must sell: 1989 14x70' with  10x20' addition in Seima Park.  Fridge, slove, drapes included  $41,500.305-5593. #32c  28. Motorcycles  POWERHOUSE MOTORCYCLES  1990 GSXR 1100  1980 CB750 Custom  1984GS750 ES  1985CV80  1984 RX60  1981GL500  1978K2650  MAXIM 650  1962 MAXIM 400  1945 FIELD RO  4150137  $5100  $800  $1700  $1000  sold  sold  sold  sold  sold  ttn  1976 Harley Sportster lOOOcc.  must sell. $4000 obo. 886-9324  ��32w  1979 Honda CX500, shaft driven,  water cooled, saddle bags 4 wind  shield, new tires. Exc. shape. $975  obo 883-2172 #32*1986 Hond  XL 350/R, 18.300 kms, $1200 ObO.  885-7187. #32c  89 Suzuki GSXR 750 1400k.  $4900 obo. 866.0161 No test  pilots. ss  85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 alt. 7 pm.     ss  ���) house to lease by Oct/Nov. t.  Acreage, privacy ( reas. rent  would be nice. 886-2576     #34*  Wanted - Woiking, mid-aged  lemale for shared accom. ml same  ol 3 bdrm house - Gibsons,  5400/mo ��� util 886-7738 aft 6 pm  #34*  Small RV or camperized van from  mid-Sept to mid Oct. 8850743.  #33*  HOUSES  Two bdrm house, view, ml w/d. t/p,  central Gibsons, $750 plus util.  Lower Village 2 bdrm house, */  w/d, property is zoned com mercial  so has varied applications are possible. Current residential rent at  $850 plus util Ms.  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm house,  S650/mo plus ulil.  APARTMENTS  Two - Ihree bedroom apts rent  includes heat 4 hoi water $850 4  $675, no pels  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  Rd, lower Gibsons. F/S, w/d, l/p,  Aveil Sept 1. $550/mo. Write to  sundeck & grass. Avail, immed,   Box 1157,1124 Lonsdale Ave,  $600/mo 1-948-0384  ��34c  3 bdrms up, 1 bdrm basement  suite. Ren separate or together.  Call Rob. 866-2670 #34c  North Vancouver, BC.V7M2H1  #34w  Furn 2 bdrm bsmt suite, near Sechell Library Association is Applications now being accepted Carpenter Available  shops ( schools. Suitable for ski- seeking bids tor ths provision ot tor breakfast/lunch cook. Send Res/comm framing. Interior resl-  gle or couple, n/s, n/p, shaied cleaning services for the Sechelt resume to: Lord Jim's Resort dential linishing. Michael, 886-  laundiy. Avail. Sept. 1.685-4508 UbrarycommenclngSept.1,ig94. Hotel, Box 18, JR Site, Halftnoon 0041 _��32*  *32c Specifications avail, at the Hbrary Bay, VON 1Y0 or fax to 865-7036.  Avail Sept 1, lower Gibsons. 2  bdrm suite w/min. 6 month lease $60O/mo, util. Included. 886.2003  required. $650/mo. 1-596-1669 W4*    2* W/F Beach Ave, 2 bdrm house,  2 bdrm 4 den mobile at SCMH '���<".'��� "ndeck, f/p, 5 appl.  Park. W/D, s/f. Avail. Sept 15, 'I?*���- 1-669-9192atl. 5 pm.  Shared accommodation. Beautiful' Prolessional or retired non-smoker ��'"If be requested by phone Applications may be dropped oil at  quiet home w/view, gaiden, hot needed to rent my small new view 885-3260 during library hours. Lord Jim's, Ole Cove Road, Halt-  tub, tully lurnished, w/d, n/s. home in Sandv Hook, tana/mo. Commercial cleanino experience moon Bay. #32*  Owner away most of week.  $550/mo. 886-3670  #33*  #34*  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  House on acreage, 2 bdrm. New  Cedar Grove School. S450/mo.  886-2520 #32c  Lower Gibsons, 3 bdrm main floor,  house. Avail, now, $675/mo. Refs.  #34*  2 bdrm suile between upper 4  lower Gibsons, clean 4 comlortable. Woodstove in living room.NO  partyers, no pets. Refs req'd.  $425/mo. 886-9326 #33*  3 bdrm rancher in Gibsons, aval,  immed. $800. Alan, 755-1639*33*  2 bdrm mobile on acreage. 4 appl,  $600/mo plus hydro. 888-7441  #33*  Waterfront adult oriented 2 bdrms.  N/P $515/mo, Sept. 1.886-8435   #33c  Furnished house w/view. Walk to  ferry. Avail. Oct 15 - April 15/95.  Low rant. Prefer retired couple or  professional N/P. 686-7394   <33c  1 bdrm suite, private entrance,  sundeck, panoramic view. Walk lo  ferry. $47<Vmo. N/P. 686-7394  1330  Nice home, private location. Short  walk to Roberts Creek Park 6  beach. Avail. Sept. 1. saoo/mo  886-2182       #33c.  VACATION WEEKLY RENTAL:  new 2 bdrm home, sleeps 4. Close  to beach, garden, pond, ducks.  888-7372 #32*  home in Sandy Hook. $800/mo,  refs req'd. 274-2840 #34c  Davis Bay -1 bdrm giound Iloor  apl, newly decorated, opens onlo  fenced landscaped yard. All appl,  $540/mo. 1-986-0459 #33*  5 bdrm waterlront, walk to Sechelt,  gas, heat, fridge/stove, n/p, avail.  Aug. 1 $900/mo. 885-5474 aft. 6.  #33*  Commercial cleaning experience  �����n Bay.  desirable. Mint be bondable. References required. Bids will be  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  installation, finishing, refinlshing.  Free estimates. 885-0641    #3Sw.  Rubbish removal 885-4708. Senior  discount. ��33w  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call lor   accepted up to Wednesday,  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2360 Used motors 4 trans supplied and  August 17,1994 and should be  rtA74i fa |ra|>|w m4m ���_.  sent to attention J. Climo, Sechelt  Public Library, Box 2104, Sechek,  B.C. VON SAO ��32c  Part time dishwasher Irom 4-9 pm.  47/hr. Seaview Gardens. 866.9219  432c  35 Business and  Home Services  Oceanside, oceanview, 2 bdrm  apt, Davis Bay. $650/mo plus utll.  avail immed, n/p, n/s. 885-3715 or  792-8731 after 6 pm.  Ground floor opportunity. Need 5  people to wear 8 show LadyRem-  13*   ington Fashion Jewellry - fun 4  easy! Earn an average of $150 per  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  apcrialuinginrimmii-niul &  ri'Milrnlial glaxing  Over 20 ycxri cxpcrlinr  Competitive, prompt M.rvk-e  CaU88S41S3  Seml-waterlronl Roberts Creek  Small new house. 2 appl, n/s, n /p.  $750/mo P|u5 2'3 W"- *�����"���  2 bdrm main floor of house, lv. rm,  m. No lnmmm pt,. lboO  d. rm 3 apl, use ol w/d, carport,  728-3324 ext. 3070 #31 w  Avail, Sepl 1. $625/mo. 886-8124  #32*  For Renl  Sechelt & district  3 bdrm rancher Wilson Creek  area. Lge. workshop, 9900/mo.  6855239,885-4594 #34*  immed 885-3165  2 bdrm townhouse, n/p, red. Sul.  for adults, Jolly Roger site,  $650/mo. Avail. Ocl. 1.594-9310  ��33c  Garden accents 4 playground,  specializing In outdoor deign, cal  #33*   Lord Jim's Resort Hots), HsMnoon ��h*iMMM7 nam  ��� Bay, now hiring staff for the fall Landscaping 4 gardening work for  season In aH depts. Send or drop ��� m m ���*, 4 ,_������, ���,���  off resume it Lord Jim's Retort  686-2074 #34w  Hotel. #34*  Secretarial service - Your resumes  and letters typed professionally.  Reasonable rates. 885-4237.132c  ARBUTUS LANDSCAPING  Certilied utility arborist. Maintenance, new installation, tree work.  Free estimates. Klaus 886-0907,  #32c   DEVCO POWER WASHING  All types ol siding, gutters, window  cleaning, patios, decks, concrete  driveways, boats, RVs, etc. 886-  0069. #33*  MJJ SIDING  t bdrm bsmt suite, 2 Wks to mall,  N/S. n/p, $350 negot. to right tenant. 8850821 #34*  Inlet View Gueet Houn Fur-  P/T 3 d,��/"* *0,mn ,0' ECE Vinyl 4 cedar exteriors, soffits 4  nished, accommodates 4, Dally,  qu,lm,d p",on * 1**&t Bm" *4Mll, Fred Cocker, 485-6065,  weekly rentals. 685-4490     438c   "V Csrs. 485-2721 for informa- eel. 1880-1580 Mtc  Hon ��34c  f.CJ.C.  fr&ffttyto*  i nvengl, CewlatmSarnet  #34w  29 Wanted to Rent  Two older women seek 2 or 3  bdrm suite or home, lower Gibsons. Prefer watertront. Non-smokers. 866-9151 #33c  DO YOU HAVE FOR RENT:  a 3 bdrm home on the waterfront,  quiet 4 private (no hwy noise) anywhere along the Sunshine Coast?  ARE YOU LOOKING FOR reliable  long tarn tenants starting Aug 1?  We are two responsible, energetic,  semi-retired women with a peaceful cat 4 exc. refs. Please call collect 604-669-6596 or 604-874-  9994 #32*  There's no place like home!"  Cozy, one bedroom Roberts Creek  house or cabin needed eaep lor  quiel responsible woiking couple  mice. Cal Jane, 885-3930    tfns  Reiponiible working couple  looking lor a 2 ��� 3 bdrm house for  long term rental. Rets. aval. Pender Harbour aea only. 883-2212.  ss  1 bdrm suite. F/P, w/d, $500/mo,  util. included. Avail. Sept. 1.922-  1880 ��34w  1 bdrm basement suite, l/p, n/s,  n/p. Refs req'd. 5450/mo, avail.  Sept. 1.886-2864 or 574-4040  #34*  N/S lemale to share lege 2 bdrm  4 sundeck, ocean view, 5 appl.  $375/mot util. 886-7764     #34w  Beachlronl turn, older 2 bdrm  home, 3750/mo, negot. lo single  person. 885-3076 #34*  Wood/electric heat, ocean view,  beach access, across highway.  2 bdrm cenlral Gibsons, view, 2  $75��/mo. 885-4276 or 299-3778  balconies, skylight. Hydro 4 cable  not included. $595/mo. 886-7018   tfn  Hopkins, new, 1 bdrm apartment,  privale patio, super view, 886-7516  #32*  Summer rental, 2 bdrm view sule  across yacht dub. 8889737. ��32c  Spacious, near new 3 bdrm town-  house, 1620 sq. ft, covered balcony, t 1/2 baths, 5 appliances,  3 bdrm, 6 appls, downtown, fenced  yard, alt, n/p, lease, refs. Eitibltehid marina In Secret Cove  , hrf       .,      , ���   41000/mo   Phone 885-4320 Is seetdns to till p/t sec/office  L"S.SSt '.'.'?.'. ,"d-  between 3 4 6 pm. #32c odmln. position. Duties Include  Hallmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  Waterfront bachelor apartment,  fantastic view. 7-lsles apt. 885-  3910 #34*  Waterfront cottage, 1 bdrm ��� loll,  Waterfront home, W. Sechelt, 2  aaj_ tor *& ���,,, ^ &- ^  ym^t?Lmtmm   ��������� util.685-1912         #34W  pka utll. 1-463-9934 #34*        postal clerk, cashier, reception,  merchandising. Al applicants mat  have good communication skills.  Resume required. 685-7866133*  Temporary bookkeeper must hava  AccPac 6.0 experience 6 ability to  train staff. Call Sunshine Coest  Employment Agency 443-2142.  #33*  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  The Home Doctor ��� one cal covers  I al. Dave, 486-6922 #32*  Large 4 bdrm, 2 t/2 baths family  homa on acreage, W. Sechelt,  aval. Sept. 1, $850/mo. 885-5919  OT52O-3200 ��34w  Basement bachelor suite, t bdrm,  Davli Bay, w/vlew. $400/mo,  Furniehed 2/3 bdrm waterfront  house, Granthams. Woodstove,  soaker tub, skylight, carport    ���,       ,���,���,��� ������������  electric heat, w/d, $500/mo. Call SB5��mo. 88S4S15. 132c aval. Sept. 1.865-4091 eves or Rustic artist studio In Middlepoint, car PreterincTglvai tothoee wih  ��� day, 885-2818. #34w  $300/mo. 883.9899. *32c experience In a similar setting  Irvines Landing, ocean front, mod- Sumhlne Coast Home Support Ceramics, ill kinds ol tiles, mar-  em 1 bdrm cottage, turn. $375/mo. Society requires a registered nurse bles. Installations, complete bath-  Sept. 1.883-9151 #34w   to provide nursing duties 4 educa-   room renovations. 886-8934 #32c  bona information lor clients, families 4 staff of the Adul Day Centre  Program. Mutt be registered with  RNABC, in good health, 4 have a  Watertront, 1 bdrm cabin, f/s, laundry, alec. heat, avail. Sept. 1.  $400/mo ��� deposit 983-9446 #34c  BARRY'S  WINDOW CLEANINO SERVICE  Metal 4 vinyl siding cleaned, gut-  ten cleaned In 4 out. 496-3277.  #34c  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden 4 Chain Link  Decki 4 Porehee  Call after 6pm 8482215 Bob tins  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 8880380,886-  0684eves. tfn  886-4126 after 5 pm. Avail Aug 25  -JuneX/95 #34c  Large 3 yew old duplex in Upper  Gibtont avail. Aug. 15. 2 1/2  bathi, 3 bdrms, 8 appliances,  close to schools, shopping. $800   util. Avail. Sept. 1.885-9235 #34c  per month. Reb. req'd. N/P. 885-  t bdrm furnishid apt. N/S, n/p,  9640. #32c  Z��?" *"***��;  2bdrmFanfen<*da��,rourt  MM. Both vay sp**.. Own*  Upper Gibsons, nice 4 bdrm  house, 2 baths, big yard. Close lo  amenities. $900/mo ��� util. 929-  4969.8494165 #34*  3 bdrm suite in Sechelt ml rec.  Vinson Rental - 4 bdrm. execu- Seral <*��><*** by Aug. 12/94 to:  room. Large sundeck, 2 fireplaces  tive home with waterfall, beach MM ��>i Centre, Box 2420,  6 laundiy. Newly decorated. N/S,  docks, volley ball and hot tub on Sechelt. BC, VON SAO, attn: Saly  n/p. Red please, |S50/mo, Dure  sakinaw Lake, road access, Dusmbury. I32w  $85Wweek. 855-5157.  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  proudly announces It first anniversary. Fu��y bondable Relerences  available. For ran and information, call 886-4660. Look for specials coming in September.  ��35c  Duplex. 2 self-contained apts.  Upper hai 4 bdrms, lowtr hai 2  32. Commercial  For Rent  BULT RIGHT  FENCES AND DECKS  _..-., _,   ft** ttfiMi, union discount.  The Driftwood Inn requires addi- gu.2296 134c  HOMIOWNERS  HELPLINE  Any Jo*  886-4786  tionil housekeeping staff. Energy  4 enthusiasm at Important at  QUALITY WOODWORK  Hon>i RtRKmlUng, Finishing  We look a al jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work a an afford-  Iloor, aval. Aug. t, $600/mo. 148  3 bdrm 1800 sq. ft upper floor ol 4963. #32c  house, spectacular view, large      deck, *a* to lerry 4 beach. W/D,  d.w, t/p, $925/mo, util included.  8882891 ��34c  will rant whole duplex lor Oceanview furnished office avail.  $1350/mo. 4 you can rent out for rent by the day or open to ipe-  lowir apt or will rent upper tor clal requirementi. Located In  444-3372 er 444-7144.  tfn  Large 1 bdrm sule, new, dote to  beach, deck, hardwood floor, n/s,  n/p. $500 886-7609 134c  3 bdrm upptr duplex, Roberts  Creek. $75tVmo, oval Aug. 1  NRS Sechelt Realty Ltd.  AUCARPENmYREPAW  experience. Application to the  Changing doore, windows, bath-  J^^6' JJ]] J***��*Jf  General Manager , Box 829,  rooms. Renovtfoa ra-flMAng, sid-  "*"*"" *** '"*  Sechel. #33*    in9. painting. 20 yaan expari-  ������������������    anead, reasonable ratal. 886-  $850/mo 4 lower lor $650/mo.  friendly, relaxed Professional  Server required, 19. yrs, Sechel  0506 Norman #32w  Aval. Sect 1t 1850698   ��� #34*   Building M Gibsons Landing. F*- Goll ���*.��� Cbuntry Club. Contact  secretarial services 4 receptionist  Dome or Trudy. 865-4653. ��33w  avail. Call 486-3320 or fax 646-       Spacious 1 bdrm on quiet cul-de-  3270 tin   fit hstpsr ki temly daycare, own  sac, single n/s pref. $525/mo, util.     transportation, rifi., TB chick,  ind. Red reo/d. 685-7719   #34*   Davli Bay/Wlam Creek hsl svH- record cha*. 1480470, UiaWtl-  .      able. Wheelchair facilities. 665- comtWbodtaii.  2752 or  #33*  jj  I BCYCNA  BSlT'S*  COLjMBiA  I NiOtuiQU  COMMUNITY  I  St'WSPAa; .1 .  I ASSOC A'ON  No**** QUt4^uA  These ads appear In more than 100 communily newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669-9222.  370  (tOOK l0'25  14 00 oaoi additional word  Roberts Creek Hal, aval, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 444-  1 7415. tin  1100 sq. ft. industrial/commercial  lor lease, Wilson Creek. No tripte  net  1022 Sq ft. retail/office space.  ' Sechel. Lem hold improvementi  TfXW-AY  Mobile MUlworks Ltd.  CtUl*M$me*lt)tt  tmtltt  Dean 885-4794  PEERLESS TREE  Wtmm^nrnin  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Wo*. Free estimates. 685-2109  tfn  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT Irom  $795 ENGINE  remanu'acture trom $995  6 months io pay 6 Year  120,000 warranty Bone  Mecnamcal building en  '.}���'-> lor 28 years 872-  0641.8-8. 7 days  CANADA ENGINES Ud  Quality remanutactureo  engines 6Cyl trom $995  V8 trom $1,095 6yr  120.000km limited warranty 5BO-'050oM 800-  565 3570 12345-1U  Ave   Su"ey   BCAA Ap  proved,  TPUCKS1 TRUCKS'  Tfucks; Choose trom  S2.OC0 000 light duty truck  inventory We Deal the  competition Cin collect Ec  KiassenGM Fleet/Lease  Dept , Brad'RoD/Peier  594 2277Di5370  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  VEHICLE LEASE Drvea  new vehicle and wnie of  the cosl No down pay  -��������� Cal' Andy i\ 53'  0924 DLR ��8367  KWIK KERB ��� own your  ownpusmess P/TOfF/I  Installing on-site, conttnu-  ous concrete.landscape  edg<ng total equipment  proven system, training  Unper $25K 1-dOO-667  KERB  HOW TO Build A Small  Fortune Planning io Ouy  a lot. house plans or bund  Free B'ochure 1-800-535-  5801. Millennium. 1350  Berkiy Aylmer, PQ J9H  6W5  EXCELLENT BUSINESS  Opportunity Quality gift  store on the Alaska Hwy  inYdKonhousedinabeau-  ttlul log building on live  treed acres. Call  1{403)536-2307any1ime  WATKINS PRODUCTS  Stan your own Business1  Become an independent  V. ���:��� ���', Representative  Fu'i or part-time opporiu-  rilties available Contact  Dnvd IndependentDirec  lor. Boi 80597, Burnaby  BC V5H3K9 t-800-632  2232  OWN YOUR own bus.   ���  ness   Low inveslmeni.  high returns m automotive '  detailing. First step can  help you achieve your  goal$m0432.Fax.574  4436.  BUSINESS 0PP8.   LOGBUILDERSFullserv-  >ce Vance uver Island yard  tor lease Heede 100 Tower  Crane, mill and more  (604)752-3690lor details,  messages  IMPORT BUSINESS For  Sale Southwest USA  Pottery. Ceramics. W/22K  Gold. Silver Jewelry. Native American prints. L.m-  iied Editions Small wholesale customer base or  great retail opportunity1  (604)763-4867  INTERNATIONAL  MANUFACTURER Ol  Consumer Electronics  Untque career opportunity  with aggressive expansion  m Local. National and International markets lor  Entrepreneurial professional Call 1-800-326-  2985 (or 3 minute overview To set up Interview  or to get lurther information call {604J872-3173.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  WERE YOURSi Hurry to  t>no out about our exciting  hot photos and fantasies1  Discreet, iree mfo Karen.  Box 670 GB Kelowna.  BC VIY7P2 Adults Only  Please1  ORIENTAL INTRODUCTIONS International Bm-  ish Coiumbia'siargesi and  best introduction service  An members in your local  area Aw- ladies. Free  trial offer Call today'  (804)877-4749^  OUESTII PLANES. Boats.  Trains, Arts, Crafts.  Games, Puzzles. Miniatures, Kits. Quantity  structured prices. S3.  P4H. refunded with order  101-550-777 Royal Oak  Drive. Victoria, VBX 4V1.  EDUCATION  A NEW Career? Lots of  lobs available. Trained  Apartment, Condominium  Managers needed - all  areas We can tram you  nowi Free Job Placement  Assistance 681-5456/1-  800-6658339  COUNSELLOR TRAINING Institute of Vancou-  veroffers correspondence  courses for the certificate  of Counselling Studies to  begin on the 15th ol the  month For a brochure  Phone Toll-lree 1-800- I  665-7044  FOBtAUWC.  _  STEEL BUILDINGS:  "Cheaper Than Wood'  Quonset-Straighlwall  quonset, Structural Steel  Buildings. B.C. Company.  we wont be undersold.  Service and satisfaction  ! guaranteed' Weslern  SteeiBuWings 1-800-565-  9800,  QUALITY TRAMPOLINES Factory Direct 13-  Square Splash Bounce.  16' Round Mega Bounce  1-80Q-663-226V Parts.  Repairs; All Makes  FUTURE STEELBuiWings  - Quonsels    25X30'  $5,462, 30X40' $6,593  35X50' $8,478 .  Straightwall Quonsels  ! 25'X30' $5.922.. 30X40'  $6,999 Endwalls, sliding  doors, freight to Vancouver, GST included 1 600-  668-5111.  FUTURE STEEL Buildings  - Ouonsets 25X30'  $5,462 . 30 X40' $6,593 .  35X50' $8,478  Straightwall Ouonseis  25X30' $5,922 . 30X40'  $6,999 Endwalls. Sliding  Ooors. Freight to Vancou-  ver&GSTincludedl'800-  668 51H  GARDENING  BUDGETGRO DISCOUNT Everything tor  ihe nydroponic grower -  Food. Accessories. C02  fiestpneesever Sendlor  price list, Toll-free i 800  I 661-5877(604)572^5600.   HELPWAHTtD  CAM GIFTS is an established Parly Plan company We otter great programs, large variety ot  toys, gifts and specialty  items No investment, deliveries or collect ions Call  ' 1(519)258-7905, Fax  1(519)258-0707.  LIVE IN The Okanagan.  Lead Pressman (m/t) for  busy commercial  printshop Goss Community & 4-High experience  an asset Must be capable  of working wilh limited  supervision Evening and  shittworkrequired Excellent wage & benefit package. Reply m writing to  Allan Fradette. c/o  Kelowna Capital News,  2495 Enterprise Way,  Kelowna. BC.VIX7K2 or  Fax  1(604)763-8469  HELPWANTED  N.VAN. ISLAND Co. has  openings tor experienced  logging road building crew.  Hoe Operator, Driller,  Blaster, Cat Operator.  Positions are permanent  full-lime and pay Is negotiable on ability and production. Box 609. Port  McNeil, B.C. VON 2PO.  BAKER WANTED lor  Northern B C Experience  MOBILE HOMES  FACTORY DIRECT. Single and double wides.  Qualily manufactured  homes. 1-800-667-1533  ~lf we cant make a deal-  we'll pay your way homer  NEW MOBILE Home Sites  available, Located -  Shuswap Lake, watertront  access, year round, recreational New 14 wides  from $39,900. Country-  MRS Secnett Realty Ltd.  tin  in scratch bread S buns | sid,  Mob,|e  Hom,^  production Must bt moil- : Sa|mon Arm. BC 832-  vated clean & conscientious Generous salary  based on experience.  Phone: (604)788-3127.  Fax {604)788-3192  KITCHEN OlINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE In  stock, countenops/vani-  ties also. Cash & Carry  Cabinet Warehouses:  "4278       Lougheed,  Burnaby 298-9277  " 197O0LangleyBypass.  Langley 5347273  " 800 Cloverdale Avo .  Victoria 475-1159  "     561-11lh     Ave.,  CampbellRiver.BC 287-  8787.  "2580    Bowen     Rd  Nanaimo 756-9229  "1868     Spall    Rd.  Kelowna, 860-6638.  MOilLE HOMES  BUY FACTORY Direcl  Save thousands ol dollars, RKjgewood Homes.  B.C.'s 11 selection ol  manulactured homes,  14'X70' starting at  $38,900. ft��� inlo: 962-  9114.   CUSTOM DESIGNED  Manulactured Homes.  Why buy oil a lot when  you can customize any  plan to your own personal  taste. Pre-owned homes  also available. Noble  Homes 1(403)447-3414  PRE-OWNED MOBILE  Homes Immediate delivery anywhere in B.C Call  lor details on available  homes 1-800-665-7717.  ABSOLUTELY THE  Greatest selection ol pre-  owned 12', 14'  doublewldes. Immediate  delivery anywhere in B C.  (DLH9673) 8-6 p.m. daily.  Call now toll-lree 1-800  939-6637.  6699.  6662.  Fax   (604)832.  PIBSONAL   _  THE DATINGHotlintlllt-  900-451-5003 Exl 112.  2nd Line. Call Nowl Connect Nowl NAS-Van.  S2.49/mln 18. years.  "PSYCHIC CONNECTION" Qilted PSychics  lell your luture. Love, Romance. Money. Career  Liver24 hours I-900-45'���  3530 Ext 2295. (3 99 per  mjnute/Mustbe tSyeart*  Newcall Lid 1604)954-  7420.   DEAL ESTATE  RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owner Small  lots to large acreages  Oceanlront. lakelront,  streams, ranchland ��� lo-  cated throughout BC  Terms available Free brochure. Niho Land & Cattle  Company Ltd 521-7200.  CRESTON: THE Kelowna  01 The Kootenay Now  available Lois in a controlled subdivision in the  city ol Creston. Fully serviced underground Paved  access roads and  sidewalks. Starting at  M7,500.Call769-5677or  769-6692.  Ovn 1S00 sq ft store front locaMd  in busy smal plaza oil Hwy tot.  Exc. tor tuinesi office. Long term  lease avail. Newly renovated. Ctl  Msrie or Glen st 886-7018 or  Lome coled 737-6061 Ih  300 sq It office space for rent in  professional building In Gibsons.  on 600 block ol Sunshine Coast  Hwy. Available immed For lurther  formation contact 865-5736   th  Retail/Office tptet downtown  Sechell, approx. 5000 sq ft., main  floor. Ctl Mtrg tt NRS Stchelt  Redly Ltd. to dtta*. 8694236th  Realtors  MW Of MplfllfKfi  I Mill H  MtktiwrtUttithui  ��� 100% or generous  <���    ip/itpllfl  ��� top notrfi /outran  ��� wrtfifttriininj  HOT REMW SPECIALISTS  Outbuilding, addition, renovation  Strudure inspection i documentation 8654070 #33w  JtLFMEQUSStVMYI.  Sundtckt, carports I balconies  Bu* to sul or upgraded. Free estimates. Quality work. 7337257,  eel 377-5564. 133c  LAWN* GARDEN  Fruit tree pruning tnd spraying,  gtrden renovttiont, rsttlning  wills, htdgt trimming, general  cleanup. Ctl 666-0160. Ih  MMUION  PELLET STOVES  No laoke, Nn Chieuvy!  Deilrr for Jsranlown  Envirolif*. Teepctl  Avon  CMLMUIU  HAROHWOO FLOORING  New Itoon- suppled, laid, sanded  linished OU toon remanded t  it-Unwed. Lyle Htyter Floors Ud.  865-7633 136c  Looking tor enthusiastic t energetic people to compliment our  tetm Now hiring part time position* tof servers t tne cooks, day-  RepM growing company needs 10 "��� *�� �������* ��� MH cover let-  3-1  Help Wanted  mothrMd people to MttMWi com*  piny on Coast Phont lor appt  8850565 nam  WLUNTmottomwimu  A cataloguer Is needed by Tht  Maritime Historical Museum lor  s-fim. 120 books In their tbnry. ���  Nitty TMNss is in need ot volunteers lo help sort clothes, books,  lertoRR��.S4,C16,G*tonsBC  ntw  Wtnttd: hot or ett operators  Please send resume 1 rtply to  Box 426, WTMCotH Newt, Boi  460. Gibsons. BCVON IVO WJw  TANKS  UNLIMITED  TANKS OF ALL TYPES  ��� Water. Fuel, Chemic.ils  ��� Polyethelene  ��� Fiberglass ULC Fuel  ��� Custom Fabrication  ��� Septic FRP & Poly  TIM  ������MMI  VILLAGE OFFICE  EXTENSION  ��__ our office your office  Full Secretarial Services  Answering Service,  Word Processing.  Bookeeping. Public Fax,  Photocopying A more...  All work handled by  Village Office Extension  is guaranteed confidential.  The services performed  In our office are kept on  file for your convenience,  or we can send you one  al our Insured temporary  stiff to assist or relieve  In your office,  WlYtnlye, j___ __ ___.  721 Winn Rd., Oibaons  886-3320  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA tpprovtd.  Frit estimates Tom Sealy 863-  2��78. ft  Carpenter ol 15 yews Renovations  4 ntw construction. Seniors dis-  t. Ron, 6864884       M4w  Let'i Fimous Recipe Chicken  require* p/t 1 l/| cooks,  price Mms it to asset customers HostrtMts toll Aug. opening in  in ther ttvlt shop Al proceeds go T'��* ** Ctnbe MM. Experience  to ��e Qdeone Food Btnk. ��� Tht pntottd. Ptstse send MM to  Red Cross * looking tor t chUr- ����l. CUdwH Site, CS, Sechelt.  person lor the Btood Program here  BCV0N3AO ��32c  on thtcovt. ��� A tutof it OMdtd 3  \\Jifa0-W4  TRADITIONAL DECOHATMO  tin. t wk. through Iht summer lor  NtFMOtMCUM   ttns  HOFWtTRANIFIR  Economy shipping between main-  lend 1 Sunthint Com Construc-  an 11 yr. old to asset Nm ml read-  J **__����"��ncl��ll�� ssslltsd  ��������� t nMm |upp|y ��� ^  ing 8 writing skits For more into-  cm,at "tooymM Certre ipon-   ciaty 898-7774 I32w  mabon on these opportunBes. cat   y���ces  WE TAKE The Fear Oul t  CM ICBC. Maior ICBC In-  juryclaims.JoelA Wener,  trial lawyer tor 25 years  Call Iree 1 -800 66S 1138  Conlingencytees Simon  Wener & Adler  CLIPPER BLADE and  Scissor Sharpening Service. 25 Years eipenence,  all work guaranleed. Geo  Robson, Boi 1355.  Chemainus. B C VOR  IKO I-800-3358588  Tne SuneMnt Cottt  votunmr ��� nwAtttw^awt mm*  sored job search progrim. Tht  progrim involves: -sn interactive  32c  WW MM  group support process (under the Wl" ,emov�� anything, anywhere,  supervision o( e tadUor) to help *___ **-���* ***  ���quire ettodht job finding skis ��� tOtlPAMTMG  tm 4 aptitudes letting ��� basic \m*l: Mm fmm mM.  Part lime chembermaid req'd, p/l  "PM'tm. WW bt tl receipt Ing, queMy wotmenthlp saWac-  receplionisl.sul lor student, leave  ot Ummptoymml Insuranc* bint- lion gutrtntltd. Frit ntimitlt  resume it Coiy Court Motel, 'its Proposed start-up Augusi Bob 886-4604 H3c  Sechel. 865-9314 ��34w   ���� For mote rtormsbon i reg-  atralion phone 686 0099  YARD  Anici  BASEMENT  CLEANUP  Call for FREE Estimate  886-3309  nn��2SlOC4 Gttsotia BCVOMVO  In search ol eiperienced prawn  fisherman to run 36 8 prawn boa  986-7484 M1C  133c  Pari tlmt chambermaid needed.  886-3343 ijsc  ���OS'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, etc Will remove  whatever hunts you Quick, cour-  teous service 885 4804       133c  Qadener, hmdymm wi hotee sl  over winter months. Rtftrencss.  686J078 I34w  Need pit wort MI cm bring my  *__________     n*  DmiNCIDCUANBIQUgV  Tnetwodhy, thorough, maim, own  suppHi<3oodretstenceil82Shr  Sechel. wtcettd aea only 665.  ��'M 134c  .  MBMB 36. Work Wanted     ��� 37. Child Care  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, Iriendly service, 885-  9694, t-975-0147 loll free pager.  ��37w  HITACHI EXIO EXCAVATOR  FOR HIRE  Experienced operator, reasonable  rates. Qlen, 883-9025        ��33w  Journeyman carpenter w/good  knowledge ol other trades, self-  empl. ts smell gen. contractor lor  12 yrs, seeks a perm, p/t job, not  nee. in constr. 865-7305, 731-  7637, collect. ��33c  BACKHOE FOR HIRE  in Pender Harbour area. Call  Peter, 663-2407 #32w  13 yew old wants work lawn mowing/babysitting. 665-5934, lv, mess  ��2w  Do you need help? Odd jobs, yard  work, required by group ot hardworking individuals. Reasonable  litis. Pis. contact Lisa Carter at  SC Ann. lor Community Living  665-7455 #32w  Class I driver ml sir, city 6 highway  exper. 8 yrs general freight highway. 10 yrs construction, tandem,  gravel trucks 6 end dumps. Clean  abstract aval. 663-9767     ��32w  Live In caretaker or house sitter.  Local riti. John 885-4096.   #32c  DrywillTipef  San montyl You board, I'll tape.  15 yrs experience. Quality service.  665-5564 #32w  Rsnovitions carpenter avail. 7  days per week. Spec, kitchens 8  balhs, framing, drywall, finishing.  865-3320 Larry. 132c  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yird clean up, light moves, odd  lobs, quick, Iriendly service, 885-  9694,1-975-0147 toll tree pager.  ��34w.  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Cal Paul 886-9420 ��39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs,  885-3917, tfns  Gardening, gat weedealer, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999 ��32c  Overnight care to elderly or children, references, bondable. 886-  8879. I35w  Houn dealing and house sitting,  references, bondable. 886-9879.  I35w  Homeworkers needed to make  stylish beaded earrings, year  round, at home. Into: send a sell-  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT-829 Norwest Rd,  Ste 813, ext 3003, Kingston  Ontario, K7P 2N3 ��32c$475 Weekly   Homeworkers needed to make  stylish beaded earrings, year  round, at home. Info: send a sell-  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT-829 Norwest Rd,  Ste 813, ext 3003, Kingston  Ontario, K7P 2N3 #32cl475 Week-  iy_   Aluminum railing 6 vinyl sundeck  business, earnings of 8160,000  easily possible ml this proven, successlul system for Sunshine  Coast. Complete operation  includes tools, equipment, supplies, training 8 promotions 8 can  be operated Irom home. All lor  only $9,500. Phone Mr. Clayton:  Vane, t-522-7238 *33c  OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS  Distributors wanted, small Investment required. Unlimited potential.  Call 8884246 or 8884816  ��33ct47S Weekly   Lmgdals Day Ctrl  Quality licenced lamily daycare.  Bright, well equipped ml qualified  supervision. Also taking registration for lall. 866-7648 ��32w  Mother ot 2, ages 3 6 5, will  babysit, my home. 5 yrs. experience working lor daycare. Healthy  snacks and lunches, arts ind  crafts, lots ol TLC. Rets, avail. I  Please call Karen 886-9325. #32c|  Daycare available. References. In  my home, reasonable rates. 666  3001 ��32w  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children nourish In a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup ��� Grade 5  L'taotePtaae-Partout  Homt-based business mon  needs enthusiastic, creative indi  vktual locate tor two energetic kit  (boy 8, girl 9) IN MY HOME. Mis  have a reliable vehicle. 20 hrs t  week/18/hr. Wed-Sa, summer in  4 alter school lorm Sept. 886  8(16 I34��  38. Business  ���   Opportunity:  Dancing Bur Early Childhood  Centre his l/l 6 prt openings lor  Sept 885-5807 to register   #34w  Child cue avail, for p/t. Experienced w/exc. rets. Redrooffs am.  8864806 W4w  Spaces avail in Stpt, it Ttddy  Bear Dey Care for children 21/2 to  6 yrs., ichool age 6-12 yrs. 685-  2721 lor Wormaion. 134c  Two loving, mature, capable  women wil babysit your baby by  the hour, dty, week or month, from  3 wks. tnd up, our houtt. 885-  6024,8864263. ��32c  BtbysHing (anytime) riterences,  bondable 886-9679. #35w  Mother ol ont would Ike to look  after 2 cbidren, l/l, mint or your  homt.88WS83 833c  Childcare available In my bright  Ltngdalt home. Shiftworkers ok,  lots to do inside/out. TLC. first aid.  Rets aval. 886-4053 133c  I eam $200 e day. Spm time trom  home. You cm tool Ctll 24 hr  recordtd msg. tor details. 604-  360-7906 lUw  Consumer Care franchise. Janl-  tor/carpet/windowdetnin^litndy.  mtn/liwn service etc. Ctll now  525-9597 I32w  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  38. Business  Opportunities  ATTENTION  ARTISANS  RENT ME  Knt'lnsftl Mall  Weekly &  Monthly Rates  MOKK INFO  K8<;-8:52:5  Homivoikiri needed to make  stylish beaded earrings, yetr  round, a home. Into: send ��� sell-  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT-829 Norwest Rd,  Ste 813, ext 3003, Kingston  Ontario, K7P2N3 132c  Coast News, August 8, 1994  17  ^Reach Your  Audience in  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for great deals  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for new wheels  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for more space  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who have no time to waste  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for a new pet  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for an office to rent  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  SHOULDN'T YOU?  To place a CLASSIFIED ad call  885-3930 or 886-2622  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  PROJECTED TAXES  QIBSONS LIBRARY PROJECT  Estimated Cost of Project  Canltal Qfifiuiing  $1,500,000    $170,000  Annual Cost to Retire Debt  (10 yrs)  Factor - 8.5%      0.15240771     $228,612  ANNUAL TAXATION  Land and Improvements  Value of Home -10 yr term  150,000  200,000  250,000  $20.16  $26.88  $33.60  TOTAL ANNUAL COST  Value of Home  150,000  200,000  250,000  $14.99  $19.99  ____  $35.15  $46.87  $58.59  Coast News Classifieds... MOVE!  41. Legal  Application for Pesticide Use  Permit 317-041-94/96  TERMINAL FORESTS  PRODUCTS LTD.  12180 MITCHELL ROAD  RICHMOND, B.C.  V6V1M8-327-9258  Notice is hereby given that Terminal  Forest Products Ltd. has applied to  undertake a basal bark herbicide  application on up to 47.0 hectares of  Forest License A19229, block 3-2  situated north of Goliath Bay in  Jervis Inlet.  The herbicide "Release" (triclopyr)  will be used to selectively control  unwanted deciduous brush that is  suppressing conifer seedlings.  The proposed permit is to run from  October 1st; 1994 until December  31,1996.  A copy of the application may be  examined at the Sechelt Forest  Service Field Office, 1975 Field  Road, Davis Bay or at the office of  Terminal Forest Products Ltd. 12180  Michell Road, Richmond, B.C.  A person wishing to contribute information about the site for the evaluation of this application for a use permit must send written copies of this  information to both the applicant and  the regional manager of the  Pesticide Control Program, B.C.  Ministry of Environment, Lands and  Parks, 10334 - 152A Street, Surrey,  B.C. V3R 7P6. Information must be  received within 30 days of the publication of this notice.  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  LICENSE OF OCCUPATION FOR PRIVATE  MOORAGE  Take notice that 379737 British Columbia Ltd.  #1300-883 West Georgia St., Vane., B.C. has  applied to B.C. Lands Oflice in Burnaby for a  License of Occupation for private moorage on the  east side or Halkett Bay, Gambier Island known as  DL2259, Gambier lid., Gp 1, NW District.  Commencing at a post 82 meters @ 185�� from the  N.W. corner of Lot 2239 thence 20 nt @ 270��  thence 32 m @ 180�� thence 10 m @ 90�� thence  N.E. along shoreline to P of C and containing  055�� lia. File #2406182, Ministry of  Environment, Lands and Parks, Regional Oflice  #401-4603 Kingsway, Burnaby. B.C., V3H-4M4.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to Greg Kockx at #401-4603 Kingsway  Burnaby, B.C., V3H-4M4. Be advised any  pome to these advertisements will be  considered part ofthe public record. For  information, contact FOI Advisor, BC Lands,  Lower Mainland Region at 660-5300.  JAMES GREEN, REALTOR.  I tilt  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  LICENSE OF OCCUPATION FOR PRIVATE  MOORAGE  Take notice that 379737 British Columbia Ltd.  #1300-885 West Georgia St., Vane., B.C. has  applied to B.C. Lands Oflice in Bumaby for a  License of Occupation for private moorage on the  east side of Halkett Bay, Gambier Island known as  DL2259, Gambier Dd., Gp 1, NW District.  Commencing at a post 280 meters @ 185s from  the N.W. corner of Lot 2259 thence 19 m @ 262��  thence 25 m @ 172�� thence 18 m @ 82�� thence  along shoreline to P. of C. and containing .05321  ha. File #2406183, Ministry of Environment,  Lands and Parks, Regional Office #401-4603  Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., V5H-4M4.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to Greg Kockx at #401-4603 Kingsway  Bumaby, B.C., V5H-4M4. Be advised any  response to these advertisements will be  considered part ofthe public record. For  information, contact FOI Advisor, BC Lands,  Lower Mainland Region at 660-5500.  JAMES GREEN, REALTOR  i. lies  ^ Reach Your  Audience in  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for great deals  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for new wheels  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for more space  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who have no time to waste  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for a new pet  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for an office to rent  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  SHOULDN'T YOU?  To place a CLASSIFIED ad call  885-3930 or 886-2622  ^______^fem*mej_________  COAST^NEWS  WUEc,  BULLETIN BOARD  ROYAl URRACI5 BUIIDING    54 7 7 WH ARf  RD     SU  BOX  800   VON 3A0  ���  88!  MONDAY, AUGUST 8,1994  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, August 9th at 7:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, August 11th at 7:30 p.m.  Development Services Committee  Thursday, August 18th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, August 18th to follow Development Services  Bwlnnlm the week nf ____ 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.  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 a.m.  mrm Nn<wiNitiiNr,FVENiKir.s  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  MnTF-NnSPBINItllNr.FVFNINGS  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is  Permitted  %*  ATTENTION: *PLEASE TURN OFF  ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT  OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  HOUM- MONDAY TO WI 18  Coast News, August 8, 1994  news  Liberal leader wins salmon derby  by Roxanne Gregory  Liberal leader Gordon Campbell and his wife Nancy netted  top prizes in the third Lord Jim's  Lodge Annual Salmonid  Enhancement fishing derby Saturday al Ole's Cove.  Fishing at the north end of  Lasqueti island, the Campbell's  were aboard lodge owner Hugh  Gadsby's boat the Kumalani,  when Gordon caught the 18.34  Ib. spring worth $5,000 in prize  money. Nancy Campbell look  third prize with a spring weighing 17.91 pounds.  Campbell, who co-hosted the  awards ceremony with Tommy  Thompson, was obviously  pleased with his catch.  "Just before we came in we  put the hook out, and I felt a really big strike... we were mooching  with live herring and it was a  good fight." When asked how he  knew where the big ones were  hiding, Campbell conceded, "I  don't have the opportunity to fish  very much, but I go out with the  best guide there is."  Nancy Campbell who landed  the first fish of the day aboard the  Kumalani said, "I had a lol of  pressure lo bring this one in by  myself." Her prize was a Beauty  Rest bed set. Gordon  later quipped, "Now        thai we've gol a new  bed, and all that  money, 1 guess we  can roll around in  it." Campbell donated $2,000 of his  winnings lo the Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement ~~  Society.  American Larry Boch took  second place with a spring  weighing 18.17 pounds.  Pender Harbour's Steve Morton came in fourth with a 17.86  spring. Morton who was also  mooching with live bait had a  lale to tell.  "About 10:30 I felt a bump,  bump, and the line went down,  'I go out with  the best guide  there is'  -Gordon Campbell  thought for sure it was a dirty old  dogfish. Then it sparked up and  went round the boat, tangling  three other lines. One of them I  cut with my teeth. I got up on the  gunnel, held on to the canvas and  played him, working         my way up the side  of the boat past the  aerial. I thought I'd  lost him because he  was right around my  anchor. It was a  great fight."  Eventually Mor-         ton played the spring  from the bow, while  his partner Bruce  Brown netted the seventeen plus  pounder from the stem.  Secret Cove's Bob Woods  came in fifth, with a 17.67 and  Chris Fawcks placed sixth with a  17.2. First place for the largest  coho was won by Frank Caprice  with a 10.21. Gibson's Debbie  Koch placed second with an 8.2  pound coho, and third place was  and then came up slack and 1      taken by Vancouver's Ken Hallat  with a 6.73. The hidden weight  prize of a trip for two to anywhere Air Canada flies was won  by Sargeant's Bay resident Clem  Mantel with his 8.02 spring,  Ticket sales were down this  year, with only 167 tickets sold.  Dog fish were plentiful but the  salmon were scarce with just 67  landed.  The derby has been able to  donate $22,000 to the Sunshine  Coast Salmonid Enhancement  Society during the first two years  of its operation. The barbecue  dinner was provided by the collaborative efforts of all three IGA  stores on the Coast. At the  awards ceremony, several prize  winners donated their prizes for  auction, and Secret Cove Marina,  which operated as one of the  weigh in stations donated $1,000  for Salmonid Enhancement. Lord  Jim's organizers are hopeful they  will be able to donate $10,000  from the proceeds to the SCSES,  which has released more than a  million hatchery fish this year.  ��� Healthy Lunches  made to order  ��� COOL Yogurt shakes  fruit juice sweetened  in a COOL air-conditioned environment  1  VARIETY 1.: ;!i,fh  FOODS  Cowci Pt. Rd., Gibsons l.iiKlmi: 886-2936  PENDER HARBOUR  FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  ALL BURNING PERMITS  CANCELLED  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  INCLUDING CAMPFIRES & INCINERATORS  By order, Fire Chief Bill Hunsche  SCRD debates Pender landfill hours  DID YOU KNOW?  Community newspaper readership has grown by  1,371,000 English adults in the past five years.  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) is discussing the  rearrangement of the summer  schedule at the Pender Harbour  landfill.  During a July 28 SCRD meeting, separate proposals of the  Area A Advisory Planning Commission (APC) and the Pender  Harbour landfill staff were discussed which would see a  change in the hours and days of  operation at the dump.  The APC said they would like  to close the landfill on Tuesday  afternoons and all day Wednesday and to enact summer hours  from 10 am to 6 pm and winter  hours from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.  sail notes  The Sunshine Coast Regional District Development Services Committee has reviewed  an application made by Fiedler  Bros. Contracting Ltd. for an  industrial burn permit for a proposed central land clearing  debris site in Electoral Area E  near Gibsons.  The committee has decided  to inform Fiedler Bros, that  "appropriate zoning is required  for the proposed use" and that  they must consider "maximum  recycling and reuse options and  that burning is considered the  least desirable prescription for  this wood product."  Pender OCP  The SCRD planning committee has given the regional  planning department the green  light lo go ahead and begin  preparing the Pender Harbour/  Egmont Official Community  Plan.  Foreshore study  The SCRD announced July  14 lhat they will not participate  in nor help finance the Davis  Bay Foreshore Study.  A recommendation made by  the SCRD Finance Committee  turned down a request for funding for the sludy based on  unavailable funds, a lack of  staff and because Davis Bay is  not a part of the SCRD jurisdiction.  The Finance Committee also  turned down a grant-in-aid  request by the Sunshine Coast  Home Support Sociely, Sunshine Coast Breakaway, the  Story Telling Festival, because  grant-in-aid funds have already  been allocated for 1994.  Transit spending  The SCRD plans on writing  to Ihe Ministry of Municipal  Affairs lo request permission lo  spend $145,080 out of their  Statutory Reserve Fund to help  defray extra expenses to the  SCRD transit building.  Transportation  The SCRD Transportation  Committee has recommended  that the board of directors write  a letter to BC Ferries Corporation to express "dissatisfaction  that the Sunshine Coast has not  been included" in their 10-year  plan.  The SCRD is also to ask  what BCFC has in store for the  area in the next ten years.  The landfill, which is currently closed on Monday and half of  Tuesday, should be open on  Mondays to accommodate long-  weekend visitors, the APC proposal notes.  The alternative proposal submitted by landfill staff would see  the dump closed on Sunday  mornings and all day Wednesday, thereby ensuring the dump  is only closed during one business day and is open to accommodate visitors, regardless of the  long weekend factor.  SCRD superintendent of public works Seig Lehmann, in a  recommendation to the board,  said the hours favoured by dump  staff should be implemented  "with a view to tracking vehicles  to determine usage of landfill site  from 5 pm."  If there isn't enough traffic to  warrant the dump remaining  open until 6 pm, the schedule can  be revisited. The SCRD agreed  with Lehmann on the condition  no extra staff landfill staff is  hired and no additional money is  spent.  The APC will also review the  schedule.  "By the time we get this summer schedule implemented, it'll  be winter," remarked Electoral  Area A alternate director Eric  Graham.  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