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Array Says Gibsons planner  LEG1SUT1VEUBRARV  Victoria, BX- ���"  eeds preventive medicine  Gibsons Town Planner Rob Buchan stresses the need to plan  ���Beta Frith pketo  Crowded schools...congested  traffic...public services strained  beyond their limits...is that the  Town of Gibsons of the future?  Are tlte changes twng witnessed  now merely a portent of the new  wave of growth for the Sunshine Coast destined to bring in  30,000 more people in the next  30 years? Are today's aches, twinges and various throbbings  only the town's growing pains?  The answer to the above, according to Gibsons' Town Manner Rob Buchan, is an unqualified 'Yes!', and, advising  against assorted poultices,  Buchan advocated the merits of  preventive medicine. In other  words, lie says simply that  preparation for this foreseen  growth should begin now.  In a seven-page, single-spaced  report to the mayor and council  at last week's planning committee meeting (which, after its  reading, prompted many to  think, but only Alderman Jerry  Dixon to comment, "Thought  you might be running for  office"), Buchan laid out as  bluntly as possible the direction  in which Gibsons should go,  and why.  He pointed out that, whether  the present residents of this area  like it or not, the charms (and  relatively cheap prices) on the  Sunshine Coast have been  discovered and growth IS coming.  The original 1983 Gibsons  Official Community Plan  (OCP) dedicated an entire  chapter to the pressures of  growth and the important* of  maintaining 'a small town atmosphere', a message Buchan  feels still exemplifies the  philosophy of many residents.  In the 1988 version of the  OCP of Development Permit  Areas and their more specific  degrees of control, this particular 198S section was diluted,  its essence appearing only as  "...to re-vitalize and beautify  the Gibsons Landing area and  to preserve the intimate atmosphere of the harbour  village."  The point being, Buchan  says, "With forthcoming  amendments to the Gibsons  OCP in mind, a more detailed  and more clearly defined expression of both these I98S and  1988 philosophies is essential in  order to discourage the exploitation of the focal points of  our vicinity's natural heritage to  the point where their innate at  traction and desirability has  been sacrificed to the demands  of commercial devdo|>mem."  As recent census figures for  the Coast .are not available  (population of the Town of  Gibsons in 1986 was 2674), and  will not be until approximately  1992, Buchan uses BC Telephone Company statistics to  estimate the town's population  as between 3500 and 4000.  It is further suggested, he  says, by representatives of the  utility companies, that the  Coast lias become one of the  most rapidly growing areas in  the province on a percentage  basis.  He suggests this growth rate  will not be affeaed by the completion of the Port Mellon mill  expansion and expects no exodus when it is over, as other  factors have and will continue  to have a major effect on the  population increase of this area.  These include the 'ripple' effect  from the major population increase of the Lower Mainland  as well as this area's exposure to  'the outside' from Expo '86 as  well at from the construction  workers at Port Mellon; the  work force on the natural gas  pipeline; and the labour force  associates! with the construction  of the Gibsons bypass.  Buchan says, "If only a uoaU  percentage of all of these new  ���visitore' to our area retain an  interest in our community, ate  attracted by our relative  'bargain-beisemcnt' land value*  and by our ambience, and *teU  their friends', then these  numbers could themselves  represent an on-going population increase for some time to  come."  According to the planner, the  Coast's typical new resident of  today is different from tlwee of  earlier tunes, and one to whom  Howe Sound is no longer a  'moat' bridged by infrequent  and fallible ferries, but rather a  very fordable body of Wetter  conquered by computers, fax  machines, direct telephone lines  and all the other modern conveniences for the businessman  who wants to live in Gibsons  and y�� converse with the rest of  the world.  "This changing 'face' (of the  new resident) is reflected in the  rapidly increasing number of  daily commuters on the  Langdeile-Horseshoe Bay BC  Ferries run, and this trend is  further underlined by the recent  Please turn to page 4  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25* per copy on news stands        October 15,1990     Volume 44     Issue 42  Morrison on SCRD griddle  Ferry plans  seen unacceptable  by Rose Nicholson  Regional District Directors  are not nonvineart Ihit th��plani  which the BC Ferry Corporation has to alleviate overcrowding on the Langdale to  Horseshoe Bay run will solve  the problem.  Rod Morrison, General  Manager of BC Ferries, finally  met with the board last week  after several postponements. He  told the directors that the Queen  of Cowicfum will service the  local route, and an hourly  passenger-only service to  downtown Vancouver would be  instituted.  "We don't know yet if that  service would be supplied by a  private carrier or by BC  Ferries," Morrison said.  "We're thinking of a vessel that  would accommodate 300 to 350  people."  "Have you done a survey to  find out if that is what the people on this Coast want?" asked  Director Gordon Wilson.  "I'm a regular commuter,  and it's my understanding that  most people want to take their  cars. Very few of them are  travelling to downtown Vancouver," Wilson added.  Morrison described a survey  that the Ferry Corporation had  done which indicated that a  passenger only setrvice would be  eKxeptable, but Directors Jim  Gurney, Brett McGillivray and  Sechelt Mayor Tom Meredith  disagreed strongly.  "I don't think that you could  fill a ferry with 300 people every  hour," said Gurney. "My concern is that you'd institute a service 111* ihtf (^ theft ybh'd  have to withdraw it. That would  be a disaster. You'd create a lot  of hard feelings."  "If you got a private carrier  to provide the service, he'd be  bankrupt within six months,"  added Meredith.  Gordon Wilson, describing  services in other areas, suggested that the most efficient  method would be to have  medium-sized ferries travelling  at more frequent intervals.  "The concept of super ferries  all disgorging huge numbers of  cars into a highway system that  can't handle them doesn't make  sense," he said. "We certainly  have our problems with that  here on the Coast."  Director Jeremy Frith  brought up the parking problems that would result from a  passenger service based in  Langdale.  "There's a serious problem  now from Langdale to  Gibsons," he said. "Until we  solve that, it would be madness  to consider adding to it."  Frith also .asked what consideration would be given to  Gambier and Keats Islands  residents if tlte passenger service  were instituted. He was told by  Morrison that the ran would include stops at those islands.  The problem of hazardous  cargoes on ferry runs aim* in  for some lengthy discussion.  Morrison  described  several  measures that had been instituted recently, including, a  computerized invi  thousand items and the method'  of dealing with them should I  spill or fire occur. v  Director Wilson outlined a  recent Regional District proposal that a speci.il hazardous  cargo run, using a smaller ferry,  be instituted two or three times  a month.  '"Hut's a serious concern for  many merchants on the Coast,"  he said. "The new Coast Guard  regulations have .added a lot  more items to the prohibited  list. Many of these shipments  have >been coming by targe, but  that's becoming prohibitively  expensive."  "You also have to think  about all the things that come  here in the trunks of cars," added Gurney. "Most people don't  know what's on the prohibited  list.  "We Med to have some way  we can get that information  beforehand. What do you do if  you get to Horseshoe Bay and  find you have something you  can't take on the ferry? You  tran't just dump it on the road  and leave it there, and you can't  take it back to where you got  it."  The issue of passenger and  crew safety is another concern  that is being addressed by the  Corporation. Morrison described an ongoing study that is be-  Please turn to page 4  A chorus of cheers goes up as, on behalf of Ihe Gambier Communily Cenlre Sociely, Richard Poller  accepts title to 3,2 acres of Gambier Island from Helen Negroponte. Negroponte, a resident of Gambier for 45 years, has donated the land as the site for Ihe proposed Gambier Community Cenlre  which will include a park, appropriately named after Helen herself. "I've .been on the island a long  lime but I haven't gone 'bush' yet," laughs Negroponte, who came lo Gambier jusi after World War  II. Approximately 40 Gambier residents as well as SCRD Chairman Peggy Connor and Area F Director Jeremy Frith attended the October 6 sod-turning ceremony. II is hoped work on ihe cenlre wilt  begin very soon wilh completion next summer. ���eh��� Frith photo  'The many faces of oppression"  Local amnesty chapter spotlights International justice  This week marks Amnesty  International (AI) Week here on  the .Sunshine Coast ��� and  worldwide.  This year, according to AI  spokesperson .Shirley Hall "Hie  emphasis will be on 'The Many  Fac>es of Oppression', and our  eSunshine Coast AI group will be  hosting informational displays  at the malls in Gibsons and  Setchelt on .Saturday, October  ��."  According to Ms Hall, AI  members will be on hand to explain Amnesty's role in  monitoring  and   fostering  human rights throughout the  world.  The Sunshine Coast group ���  officially designated Group 160  .almost a year ago, was assigned  a 'prisoner of conscience' on  whose behalf the members act  through various activities.  "We were assigned a 25 year  old student named Zhang Wdp-  ing," said Hall, "He was attending a Fine Arts Institute in  China's Zhejiang Province during the time of the Tiannemen  Square uprising. Well, in a nutshell, Zhang Wdping allegedly  called a Voice of America  reporter on June S, 1989 and  said that the Zhejiang Provincial Government had flown the  flag at half-mast in mourning  for the victims of the  massacre."  Chinese officials, however,  claimed this report was inaccurate. Zhang Weiping was duly  arrested on August 26, 1989,  and subsequently sentenced to  nine years imprisonment by the  Hangzhon Peoples' Court for  "counter-revolutionary propaganda and incitement".  "He was the first student  known to have been sentenced  in connection with the student  protests (in Bejing) last year,"  Ms Mall noted.  Aside from contacting the  Voice of America, Zhang Weip-  ing's 'crimes' also included  drawing cartoons which apparently vilified the Communist  Party and government leaders.  "Because he nrither used nor  advocated violence," Ms Hall  said, "Zhang is considered a  'prisoner of conscience'.  The Sunshine Coast Al group  has, to date, sent in excess of  100 letters on Zhang Weiping's  behalf, mostly to Chinese  authorities. "We would be surprised to say the least if we got a  reply," said Ms Hall. "But  every so often a prisoner is  released. Conditions ranging  from nutritional to medical are  occasionally aheviated for some  prisoners ��� thanks to the efforts of AI."  The Sechelt AI group hopes  that members of the public both  in Gibsons and Sechelt will visit  their mall displays, if only to  sign a petition which will be sent  to China's Ambassador to  Canada.  On young Zhang Weiping's  behalf, of course. And, indirectly,   on   behalf  of  the  thousands of 'faces of oppression' and .prisoners of conscience which AI tracks and attempts to see freed all over the.  globe.  As to wheteher or not Canada-  herself harbours any "prisoners:  of conscience", Shirley Hall.'  says "My educated guess would:  be, no. But I'm not certain."  ;  The reason Ms Hall isn't certain is due to the fact that AI  never assigns 'prisoners of conscience' to member groups:  should the prisoners be held in  the same country. "Doing this  could be unsafe for group  members," Ms Hall explained.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, October 15,1990  comment:  Vigilance  still needed  Given the volatile agenda and the equally strong feedings  of those in attendance, we entertained the possibility that  the public forum held recently on pesticides might  degenerate into something of an emotional free-for-all.  Our concerns were ill-founded. More than 300 people,  of all ages, professions, and socio-economic backgrounds,  came together with a shared unity of belief and understanding, and proceeded to epitomize the term 'community of  interests'.  Perhaps even more laudatory was the manner in which  the opposition was treated.  It would have ebeen entirely understandable had Forestry  officials Barry Mountain and Mel Scott imagined  themselves to be trapped in a remake of Custer's Last  Stand. As defenders of the faith insofar as pesticide usage  was concerned, they might as well have .been selling guided  tours of Chernobyl.  And while the audience knew this, and on a couple of  occasions teetered on the brink of harassment, the idea  that the other guy deserves to be heard no mailer how  repugnant his views might seem held sway throughout the  evening.  Although Mssrs. Mountain and Scott made not a single  convert to their department's approach to brush management, it would appear that the way they were received and  treated during the three-hour confrontation had some influence on these minions of the Ministry of Forests.  For, the next morning, Barry Mountain telephoned this  newspaper and made it clear that his head had been turned  around 180 degrees.  He had entered the arena prepared to make a case for  the spraying of pesticides and, instead, had apparently  undergone something of a conversion experience. He  would be reviewing the use of herbicides...doing more  research...providing for greater public involvement in the  process.  How profound, how far-reaching, and how lasting will  be the effects on Mr. Mountain of this concerted exercise  of the public will is presently unknown. If at this time  three, four, or even 10 years from now we can say that the  last time herbicides were sprayed' on the Sunshine Coast  was in the fall of 1990, a relaxation of vigilance might  possibly be warranted.  Some of the citizens playing parts in the recent protests  and culminating public forum have played recurring roles  in the protests and dialogues (on the same issue) dating  back a number of years. So while there is legitimate reason  for celebrating the resolve, commitment, and solidarity  which has apparently led to some small shift in the position  of at least Barry Mountain, we must remember the basic  nature of virtually any beauracratic institution.  It is akin to the Hydra, the mythological water or marsh  serpent with nine heads, each of which, if cut off, grew  back as two.  -from out files ���  We Remember When  5YeEARSAQO  The second annual Sunshine Coast Aquaculture Conference and Trade Show was held this week in Sechelt. It  was attended by 360 delegates, including 50 from foreign  countries, representatives from every level of government  involved, bankers, investors, equipment manufacturers,  suppliers, technical consultants, and fish and oyster  farmers. Delegates were welcomed by speeches from Syd  Heal, president of the Sunshine Coast Aquaculture  Association, and Oddvin Vedo, economic development  commissioner.  10 YEARS AQO  The chairman of the Sunshine Coast Regional Board,  David Hunter, predicts 'absolute chaos' on Highway 101  between Langdale ferry terminal and Qlbsons when  jumbo-class ferries start service.  20 YEARS AGO  One thounsand, three hundres and thirty visitors to the  Sunshine Coast were welcomed at the Tourist Booth at  Sunnycrest Mall, open for its first season. The booth was  opened for 530 hours between June 19 and September 2  and by far the greatest number of visitors were from points  within the province.  SOYeEARSAQO  Approval was received from the BC Hospital Insurance  Service to conduct a plebescite to authorize the formation  of a Hospital Improvement District. The formation of this  district, which would coincide generally with School  District 46, will provide the means for raising the community's share of funds necessary to build a new hospital.  40 YEARS AQO  Bonfire parties are scheduled to be held at Pender Harbour, Halfmoon Bay, Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Qlbsons  as part of the Kiwanis Shellout program over Hallowe'en  this year.  The Sunshine  mm iin  Pubti.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Jan Michael Sherman  Advertising  Fran Burnside  Rose Nicholson  Mgr:  John Glltrert  Jean Broccoli  Production: Jan Scheeks  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHeffey  Office Mejr:  Anne Thomsen  Brian McAndrews  Dee Grant  Bill Rogers  Jeidle Myers  Bev Cranston  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast. BC every Monday by Glassford  Press Ltd., Box 460. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0. Gibsons 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt 885-3930: Pender Harbour 883-9099: Gibsons  Fax 886-7725. Sechelt Fax 885-3954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Glasslord Press Ltd., holders of Ihe  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canid*.' 1 year t35 6 months 120: Foreign. 1 year $40  Ego derma scalpel work  Taking your licks Is worth It  As if to compensate for insights into me others have  shared, which sent me spiraling  down into a funk, Delle's served  only to enhance and transform  my self-image delightfully.  A confidante and former co-  writer on screenplays, Delle had  just finished reading a first draft  of a chapter from a book I'd  just completed. Setting the  material down, she stared strife  curiously for a moment'.' Tke  tension I was experiencing was  deliriously ambivalent.        '*  The personal post-mortem  was about to begin. This is the  pan I value most about those  situations (creative or otherwise)  that have any bearing on who I  am, what I do, or, in this case,  what I have done. Delle's unequivocal, gut reaction and comments is what had me on  tenterhooks.  In a nutshell  Travel notes  from Gibsons  At our Sunday family  m��tings when I was a boy,  'Comments and Criticisms' was  the eagerly-anticipated high  point���a free-wheeling, inter-  generational exchange of often  devastatingly-personal observations about each other, usually  originating from a place of love  and concern. These 'postmortems', as my mother drolly  dubbed them, proved painful at  times, but ultimately instructive  and enlightening.  However, any such exercise  which is not grounded within a  matrix of brutal honesty, is a  complete waste of effort and  time. When skewed to protect  the interests or feelings of any  of the parties involved, it  becomes a meaningless sham.  f-iWwy.of us aren't all tl|at  'eager to make our actions and  ihat observable results the subject of external critique. Unless  we feel reasonably certain that  the post-mortem feedback  stands a decent chance of being  positive, we generally avoid the  issue like the plague. In those  instances when we tremulously  pose the question, 'So, what do  you think?', and the resulting  ego blows outweigh the strokes,  we tend to consign the negatives  to the nether reaches of the  morgue of our minds.  Not that I relish the feelings  that accompany the rejection or  downing of something I have  said or done, I do, however,  force myself to listen without  flinching or running away. It is  one of the best ways I know to  improve myself and become  more effective in anything I do.  So-called 'negative feedback'  may be pure agony at times, but  it is an absolutely essential component of my personal quality  control system.  When the emotional pain of a  personal post-mortem seems intolerable, I try to bear in mind  that the unyielding acceptance  of it is always rewarding, if not  in obvious yvavs.  The friend who says 'fate arid  banal' to a song you wrote last  Thursday, should you court her  true opinion, might well add  some further insight which  spurs you to rewrite the darn  thing, and sell it to Kenny  Rogers on Friday. This is how  life seems to work, when you're  playing it for real.  Handing back my story,  Delle informed me that, while  reading it, it occurred to her  that my writing was highly-  distilled. Which meant, she .added, sipping rather than chugging  it was necessary, if she was to  absorb and make sense of the  whole.  Her remarks caught me  pleasantly off-guard. The idea  of my writing being 'distilled'  had never before entered my  mind. 1 was instantly inundated  with every association to the  word my brain had at its  disposal.'  How perfect! Anything I turn  out in my little creative still  must be���ipso facto���a kind of  moonshine!  In that moment, I came to  know who I was from an entirely different perspective. Tie  feeling was, to say the least, intoxicating. 4  Delle had done a little postmortem on something of mine,  and had wound up re-defining  what I do and who I am in a  novel and liberating manner.  But that's what friends and  post-mortems are for.  (On a good day at the  morgue, that is).  by S. Nutter  If you take the train from Inverness in northern Scotland  down and across to Edin-  borough, a highland lass will  come on the intercom and tell  you that here was a famous  massacre and there a dreadful  battle and so forth. You sit  there going clickety-clack, looking out at the glum brown hills,  and thinking hey, man, here 1  am in Scotland.  If you take a boat from Gibsons and sail pretty well due  south, and keep going, and have  enough provisions, and alter  course east across the stream at  an appropriate point, you may  get to a rocky odd part of the  world and, if you can find a  place to put in, you may say,  hey, goddammit, here I am in  Patagonia.  If you fall asleep with the  television on and wake up to  some unknown spectrum of  homo sapiens; a bronze bunch it  may lx with some kind of bandannas on their heads, throwing  a lania net out over the water  for fish, you may think hey, I'm  on the west coast of Africa, or  in Indonesia, and find you're on  Lake Titicaca.  Travel is something else of  course in the TV world. We  move at the flick of a switch  across continents and, more  shakily, history. What we get all  the time though is nationalities.  In   the  animal   kingdom,  which we see really a lot of, particularly if we stay up at night,  we find that there are a staggering number of different kinds of  our lesser cousins (perhaps) the  monkeys. How in the world, we  wonder, can there possibly be  this many different lands of  monkeys?  There are monkeys in the tree  tops and monkeys who never  leave the ground. There are  some who bellow away all day,  making the place hideous with  their howls, and some living  cheek by jowl with them who  never say anything at all.  There are some maldng spectacular leaps about the upper  twigs of the trees with a bravura  use of their prehensile tail (a  reasonable development one  would think); but there are  other fellows up there doing  almost the same stunts with  hardly any tails at all.  Some have the cutest, most  cuddlesome look of anything we  know; some have a (tauntingly  intelligent look in the eye.  Others have the most vicious,  ignorant and repulsive visage of  anything else there seems to be.  Some we can barely look at, at  all.  Travelling in this way from  our couch or chair, our dinner  under our belt, our posset it  may be at hand, we are getting  of course a pretty lordly view ���  of monkeys and humans and  landscapes and other critters.  Please tum to page 7  Hockey Poem  Poems an something  like hockey players  nurtured In Ihe junior leagues -  Ihe farm teams of the subconscious.  Every so often  you advance them lo the majors  hoping  they'll make Ihe grade for you -  score Uterary goals  deke the critics  When they don't come up to snuff  you ship them  back down lo the minors.  Always  you draw more culls lhan champions  sometimes useful workhorses  who can't skate ���  sometimes dazzling skaters  who can't score  Gingerly  you juggle your tines-  assemble your teams  All too often  Ihey don't even make the playoffs.  Bul a poet  Is like a patient coach  The game  must goon  After every defeat  you tick your wounds -  study the menial draft chokes  always on the lookout  for a Gretiky.  Peter Trower  1  awew n sum ^   I lin i "i'~"  a ar<afait*ae��ie��ITTf*1t,iPl''"#***������"*"*��� ��" u��...��e..���  1 Zet&itL tr the, ���d��tol  Another view of Tetrahedron  Coast News, October 14,1990  .Editor:  I don't often write letters to  editors or, for that matter, even  to family members, but I fed  concerned enough about his  issue, so here goes.  If I remember correctly,  about one year ago, a petition  was circulating, stating to the  effect what a beautiful area the  Tetrahedron is, as well as being  a potential water source for the  Sunshine Coast. It would be  good for all if this area was kept  from being exploited by forest  companies or anyone who  would destroy the beauty and  looks of this area. I cannot  recall if I signed this at that  time, but I know 1 would sign  one today so I would have one  year ago.  On September IS five people  including myself���all members  of the Sunshine Coast Integrated Use Coalition���travelled into the Tetrahedron for a  closer look at the troubled area.  During the lOor 12 mile trip, we  passed through many logged  areas where the regrowth was  looking like a miniature forest.  At the start the new trees  were up to 30 feet high and had  been recently spaced. The closer  we came to the end of the road,  the regrown trees were small,  but very healthy, as well as  evenly spaced. A lot of the new  trees were planted, but I was  surprised at the amount and  lushness of the natural  regrowth.  At the end of the road where  there was still a small amount of  logging being done, I was surprised to see a new method of  logging. Most of the small trees,  about eight inches and less,  were being left, while the felled  timber was carefully removed  without damaging these small  trees. This is a slower and more  expensive method, but it seems  the company is willing to pay  the price for everyone's benefit.  As we were leaving this area,  we could look down on Tannis  Lake. We saw another group of  people across the lake looking  up at this freshly logged area.  They turned out to tie a tour  group paying the Tetrahedron  Alliance for a tour of the area.  Three things disgusted me  about this:  The first thing was the way  the Alliance presented information to these paying people.  They made sure the people were  two or three miles away from  the freshly logged sidehill and  then planted the idea that this  was the way the whole area  would look unless all logging  was stopped now.  I doubt if they bothered to  explain that they would not  even be on their tour without  the logging roads to begin with.  The main fact is that the logging  is finished in that area with only  the clean-up to do. The little  logging left in the future will  have almost no visible effect on  the Tetrahedron area and will  be done over a space of 20  years.  The second thing that really  disgusted me was seeing the  damage that groups of people  had done lu the delicate marshland around the edge of Tannis Lake, standing and walking  on it, while observing the  'devastation of logging' in the  background. Mud was coming  through and the delicate moss  was crushed.  The third thing that really  disgusted me was having to pick  up all the garbage left behind.  Now, I cannot say this group  left all of this garbage, but I  have never seen or heard of any  loggers leaving dirty diapers laying around lake edges. Then we  happened to see this group of  the Alliance tour at the next  place we stopped. As they were  ahead of us, it was left to us to  pick up broken beer and pop  bottles as well as all lands of  plastic containers.  And now I understand that  one or two of the directors of  the Tetrahedron ."alliance are  planning on starting a guided  Exploitation of forests  Editor:  It is time for the Ministry of  Forests to change its name  because what is being practical  in the province of British Columbia is not forestry. A more  accurate title would be the  "Ministry of Tree Farming and  Timber Extraction".  Graduates of the training  programs at BCIT and UBC  should not be called foresters.  Tree Farm and Forest Exploitation Technicians is a more appropriate term for people who  are trained to work for the logging companies. They can also  work for the Ministry���which  claims to emulate nature in its  forestry practices when there is  nothing even remotely natural  about clear-cutting, slashburn-  ing, monocrop planting and  herbicide spraying.  Here is one alternative to cur  rent forestry(?) in this province:  only 70 per cent of the trees in a  given area should be logged and  the healthiest 30 per cent will be  left standing. These remaining  trees will seed the area and protect the young trees as they  grow. When the young trees are  ten years old the remaining 30  per cent from the original stand  can be cut.  The end result is a FOREST  ���not some man-made tree  farm that requires fire and  chemicals to manage it���a  forest in all its diversity, its  nutrient-rich soil, and its  strength. The new trees are  from seeds that have been  evolving in that particular area  for generations���they belong  there. No need for clearcutting,  burning, replanting or spraying.  Environmentally sound; economically sound.  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About one year ago, when a  'Save the Tetrahedron' petition  was making the rounds, I most  likely signed it, as did, I am  sure, a lot of concerned people.  Now the Miance boasts of having 800 plus memebers. Now if 1  signed this petition, in good  faith, do I now find myself a  member of the Tetrahedron  Alliantx, without even knowing  that I'm a member?  As a member am I being used  to further some people's plans  to make money at the logger's  expense, leaving the public with  a garbage ridden area to visit?  I'm sure that many of the  people who pay for guided tours  will not really worry about how  they leave the Tetrahedron���  our backyard���because most  will be visitors to the area, not  local people.  Joe Gibson  1 have been a treeplanter since  1981. I do not want to hear  another forester tell me or this  community that we are not  capable of understanding the  complexities of forestry. I hope  for "Forests Forever" but right  now, that is nothing more than  an advertising campaign to distract us from the fact that our  forests are being replaced by  tree farms, and from the fact  that we cannot let current logging practices go on forever.  I realize that responsible  forestry practices may eventually make my vocation obsolete.  But I will celebrate the arrival of  responsible forestry, and happily move on to another job.  Steve Cohl, Gibsons  More letters  on page 23  Fears  felt for  Rockwood  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following   was   received   for  publication.  Mayor Tom Meredith  and Council  Sechel, BC  Dear Sirs:  The Board of Directors of  Rockwood Centre was extremely dismayed to see reference  made by Alderman Wells and  Alderman Graham, in last  week's Coast newspapers, of  the possibility that the  municipality would consider occupying the centre for use as  their municipal officw.  To embark on this course  would unequivocably compromise the centre's ability to  continue operation. The repercussions would include the  demise of Sechelt's Festival of  the Written Arts, ud its  Writers-in-Residence Program,  not to mention numerous other  community activities.  The Rockwood Centre with  its mandate to enhance the  lifestyle of Sunshine Coast  residents and visitors has  become a focal point of activity  which the directors are proud to  be a part of and hope to remain  so for many years to come. We  hope that both comments by the  .���aldermen were not serious and  we trust that Rockwood Centre  will continue to flourish and  grow with the ongoing support  of the District of Secheit.  With all due respect, on  behalf of the board,  Kay Little, presidmt  Oeop OH youe  COAST NEWS  Item Co���t Hmmtu  Gibaoeei  -a. 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I The average prices of homes in  I the Lower Mainland range from  : $392,500 in West Vancouver to  : around the $180,000 mark in  * the less desirable surroundings  ���of   Coquitlam.   Even   in  ��� Squamish, a long commute to  - Vancouver down an unreliable  '. highway, houses go for a hefty  ^ $150,000. Compared to these  ; prices, the average house on the  J Sunshine Coast with a price tag  ���of   $108,000   is,   indeed,   a  Apparently very few com-  '. munities, if any, can claim to  ; have effected a successful 'mar-  ; riage' of the three distinct facets  I to the subject of growth which  ��� are: economic health of the  ��� community; affordable hous-  ". ing; and livability of the region.  ; Buchan says, '"The rules of  ; the game' (ie, zoning, subdivi-  ; sion, and building regulations)  ��� generally ensure that only large  ��� homes on small lots...will be  '. built in the future. It remains  I therefore entirely possible that,  ; in spite of the frequent rhetoric  ; about the shortage of affor-  ��� dable housing from both politicians and public servants, local  '. government itself may indeed  ; frequently have implemented  ; actions which are diametrically  ; opposed to the integration of  ��� these vital factors.  "The recent housing crisis in  the Gibsons vicinity, which has  to a certain extent been artificially induced by the  economic developments in the  area...is surely sounding an  alarm to those of you in  decision-making positions.  While we can regard with some  measure of satisfaction the standard of redevelopment in the  downtown Gibsons Landing  area, and in the upper Shaw  Road and North Road plateaus,  it is nevertheless true that even  in our small community our  housing stock is becoming top-  heavy with Rl prime value  housing���with little or no infusion of 'affordable' housing at  the other end of the scale. If this  trend is left unaddressed,  authorities will have inadvertently encouraged a social  unbalance in the structure of  our community, - with, 1  believe, the unfortunate results  of an unhealthy community  'heart'."  Although the present OCP is  working, Buchan stresses, with  the co-operation of the various  developers active in the town,  he sumits that the pressure of  events and the changing circumstances indicate a serious  review of the plan is now  necessary - "with, of course, the  extensive public input on which  any such document should be  based."  Such a review could uncover,  "...that given the rigid limitations of the well-known 1.7  square miles of our legal entity,  and our consequent inability to  develop in any meaningful  measure the essential off-setting  extent of industrial and commercial tax base, the simple  continuity of the development  of or town on a basically single-  family residential basis may well  dirM the course of the town's  growth in what may almost be  described as a critical financial  path."  In other words, Gibsons  could well become a very expensive place to live to be enjoyed  by only a minority cross section  of the population.  If there is any justification  for Buchan's projection of  fiscal concern, and here he  states he would defer, in this  particular instance, to those in a  better position to judge, any  review of the OCP must lead to  ane of two conclusions to be  followed depending on public  preference:  The community must accept  higher density development in  the yet un-established areas of  the town (ie, "...an increase of  townhouse and apartment  developments, mobile home  parks etc., in order to provide  not only an alternative of 'affordable' housing but also to  provide a more efficient method  of servicing and taxing these remaining undeveloped areas.")  or, il must accept the only other  viable alternative...restructuring.  Although the first conclusions may be a necessary alternative to single-family dwellings, Buchan is not convinced  "the people of Gibsons are as  yet prepared to accept this type  of development." As for talk of  restructuring:  "Being well aware of the  background of this highly sensitive issue, I do not wish to  describe the measure as any expansion of the town's municipal  boundaries; but it is patently  obvious to me that, call it what  we may, the successful future  planning of not only the Town  of Gibsons, but the entire Gibsons vicinity, is of necessity  totally dependent upon some  political form of re-distribution  or re-alignment of our jurisdictional separation.  "There must eventually be a  recognition, I believe, that existing legal boundaries in our  area have occurred as a result of  little or no long-range planning,  and have more often simply  been knee-jerk reactions to individual applications."  The point of Buchan's report  was essentially to ask council  for directions in preparing the  amendments to the OCP which  must be forthcoming and he  states, "From time to time 1  have found in my position that  it is extremely difficult to avoid  making at least quasi-political  statements, and 1 am trying very  hard in this issue to avoid doing  so again.  "Nevertheless, I firmly  believe that the time has now  come for a serious political examination by all parties concerned of the planning of the  Gibsons vicinity and I firmly  believe that the benefactors of  such actions would be not mere  ly the residents of the Town of  Gibsons, but of the community  at large within our trading  area."  The aldermen at the planning  committee meeting (Mayor  Diane Strom was absent) thanked Buchan for his input and  discussed the possibilities of implementing any procedures now  versus handing the decision over  to whatever new council was  voted in next month in the  municipal elections.  It was decided to allow time  for the town's senior staff to  -espond to the report compiled  >nly that afternoon.  Morrison on griddle  Continued from Page  ing carried out, and explained  the difficulty of determining  just how many people sire on  each ferry.  "We find people hiding in the  trunks of cars, others that jump  over the barriers, and some even  hide in the backs of trucks," he  said.  "We have a new computer  system that gives us a reading  that we believe is very accurate,  but just to make sure, we allow  ourselves a cushion of 100 people."  Morrison said that the recent  dramatic population growth on  the Sunshine Coast was at the  root of many of the problems,  "but I'm sure you know all  about that," he added ruefully.  "It's like a chess game, you  never know what is going to  happen next, but you have to be  ready to make your move."  BC Ferries' General Manager Rod Morrison fields one of many  tricky questions at SCRD Board Meeting. ,   ....  -J.n Mlchwt Stitrnun pholo  iFerry smoking  ;a cold prospect  ; During the SCRD board  ; meeting of October 11, while  ;BC Ferries' General Manager  ��� Rod Morrison was fielding  'questions, an unidentified  Imember of the public rose to  loose one of her own.  minutes might well prove to be a  beneficial form of self-denial,  possibly leading to the breaking  of addiction.  Mr. Morrison smiled, said  nothing, and continued to scribble notes on a large yellow pad.  m customers to say \ J<GOUTIIiet CoffCCS  l  A gift to  new and regular  Thank You!  All our famous  $2 lb. OFF  1 WEEK ONLY  W OTCHWI GflRNIVfll  rie St., Sechelt        885-3611  The Gibsons Outreach Teen Centre  Is Slated To Open In November  01 This Year And We Need Your  Involvement In The Organization 01II  Fund Raising, Programming.  Sot Up And Operation,  Promoting And Marketing,  The List Goes On And On  The Next Organizational  Meeting Is On:  P.O. Box 1826, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Wed. Oct. 17,  In The Burk Block  Starting at 7:30 PM  Soncerned   citizen   at   SCRD  oard Meeting wonders what  tan be done to help smokers on  ferries. -Jtie MicheiH Stiermui photo  Why, she wondered, couldn't  BC Ferries do something about  the plight of smokers? The*y  have been banned from the  boats' interiors and have to give  themselves nicotine fixes on the  open decks.  ', Which is okay during the sort  Of chilly weather. But now, she  explained very politely, it's getting of chilly, and extreme  discomfort is setting in.  "Maybe you could just build a  little partition and give smokers  a small area���even if it's only  standing room���rather than  force them to freeze outside."  At this point a member of the  media suggested that the answer  might be to install portable  space heaters on deck to ward  off hypothermia.  Someone else muttered that  going without tobacco for 40  Japanese in  high school  Students from Grade 9 to 12  at Elphinstone Secondary  School have the opportunity  this year for the first time to  study the Japanese language.  Their teacher, Alisa Kage, explained the project to trustees at  the October 9 .School Board  Meeting.  The 28 students start by learning "the most important  phrases in the Japanese  language such as 'good morning, good day and good evening*.  In addition to teaching the  Japanese language, she also  teaches English as a Second  Language courses to Japanese  students on the Coast.  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The issue was raised at last  week's Planning Committee  meeting along with that of  several other properties where  owners have applied for inclusion within the town boundaries. Two properties, including Lot 3 in Area E, which  is owned by Valentine Land  Corporation and considered'  part of the Gospel Rock proper  ty, were recommended for  amalgamation with the town  while three others, for various  reasons, were not. The basis  against the inclusion of the  Reed Road property, however,  was faulty.  Apparently the requirements  necessary for joining the town  are that the relevant property  abuts a town boundary and that  whatever servicing connections  are required are carried by the  property owner. The Reed  Road property fulfills both  demands.  The 34 acres in question  belong to Redge Hillman who  first asked for inclusion in the  town in 1986. It was his application, Buchan said, which triggered the controversial restructuring issue that culminated  with the cancellation of the  referendum vote designed to  J*Hk  ' ' Af%          .!���*         If !. ^jmtmmt  r  "Wr ���  **- ��� /^ ���     f 1 \Srmm  , ���a -    "      isSXE  \ v.<          .JK/TI  4��L ^  ��� a  W"  Ih3             mr              \  Ek.,  W >^.Ji  **��ti.  ���  *u' *��,  '.  - .V  ,' -^flfr  "fee*      ^  *���  A !___   ,��_-... ���fcaAb*���.                     _...- -       .               --      ...  ��  ���>  -**W��fi  The oldest resident of Gambler Island, Helen Negroponte, 89,  gives a hug to the youngest member of the island set, four month  old Nicholas Pennington.                             ���Ellen Frith photo  Mary Had A Little Lamb  Her Face Had A Rosy Glow  Look For Her On Hallowe'en Night  And Follow Where She (joes wwitW  &  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Retirement Planning ��� Life Insurance  ��� Annuitles/R.R.I.F./R.R.S.P.   ��� Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 years'   LAWRENCE K. 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In the first instance, a major expansion of  Gibsons was recommended  and, although endorsed by the  town, it was "cooly received"  by the SCRD, Buchan said.  Reed Road from Fisher Road  in Granlhams Landing to  Mahan Road was also thought  to be a more reasonable boundary for the town by then  SCRD planner Jim Johnstone,  and Buchan when they compiled their report.  "I would suggest that inclusion of the Hillman property is  in keeping with the John-  stone/Buchan Report," Buchan  said last week.  The Hillman property, which  is not part of the Agricultural  Land Reserve, is presently zoned for five acre parcels. The  majority of it was clear-cut last  year, a move the town would  have "strongly recommended  against," Buchan said. And, in  the event of a heavy rain, the  cutting of the trees may yet  cause damage to Gibsons  Creek.  The owners have no rezoning  plans at the moment, Marie  Hillman told the Coast News  and they intend the property for  "personal uses". Apparently  there are Christmas trees growing there now.  "Not having to deal with the  regional district for one," was  the reason stated by Mrs.  Hillman for requesting inclusion into the town.  Because any restructuring  issue has proved extremely  volatile in the past, Alderman  John Reynolds voiced some  concern in regard to the town  seeming too eager to involve  itself in this case. He did  acknowledge that Victoria had  apparently misunderstood the  exact location of the relevant  property.  the aldermen also specified  the need to discover Hillman's  intent for his property.  "We have to protect ourselves," he said. "We have to  find out what his purpose is."  Buchan told the Coast News  he has since written to Victoria  to clarify the property's position  as well as to Hillman to ask for  a clarification of his intentions  for his land.  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"Community? What do you  mean by community?"  The resident sitting in the fall  sunshine on a bench in  downtown Gibsons looked at  the stranger standing near him,  camera poised.  "Oh you know, where the  people ate wide awake, interested in civic affairs, you  know."  "Well, this ain't no community then," said the resident,  "just the Town of Gibsons or  more like Sleepy Hollow with  the 20 years still to go." The  resident yawned through his  long beard and blinked his eyes  shut.  Then, too, there was what the  fellow, an old movies fan, told  me. He was enthralled by a sci-  fi where aliens from space could  only manifest themselves by  taking over individual humans,  both body and mind.  These aliens accomplished  this, the movie fan told me, by  getting gourd-shaped pods  secreted in some unused space  in the victims' houses. Within  each pod a form, a precise imitation of the victim developed.  Then zap! One night, the victim  asleep, his mind was transferred  to his clone emerging from the  pod.  The human fedl into a heap of  dust ud the aliens were on their  way to taking over the world. In  the movie someone was alert  enough to escape and mobilize a  defence.  ���Good gracious! Suppose it  was little old peaceful Gibsons  that the aliens had chosen, helot  to take over as a toehold to  world conquest, surely, but as a  celestial prank by juvenile aliens  roaming the univase in a stolen  spacecraft.  "We'll just have a little fun  and then take off," they probably said to each other. "Take  over the world? Not likely.  We'd be ancient aliens before  we got Canada straightened  out, let alone the world."  Pungent expletives quite un-  translateable, peppered thdr  conversation.  Suppose these aliens scouting  about for their first victim  pounced on the very one that  would, when transformed, ex-  peditiously distribute pods and  at the same time be the vehicle  to provide some fun.  "There's one," they must  have giggled in an alien way,  pointing out an innocent young  person of the town.  A pod was maneuvered into  the young innocent's basement  and placed upon an unused  work bench. The pod, however,  was discovered by the young in  nocent's relative who, taking it  for another piece of junk, rolled  it out for the garbage collector.  The pod not being in a container, was left by the collector,  and the relative rolled it to the  greenhouse and left it among  the cobwebs.  So was sealed the fate of Gibsons.  The aliens had no difficulty at  all getting the alien, who was  now the perfect imitation of the  innocent young person, elected  to the town council. No one in  the town had so much as noticed that there was an election  called and all somnambulated  Animal health week  October 15 to 21 is the week dedicated to animal health and  in recognition of ths the SPCA has arranged for locations at  which donations of dog and cat food may be dropped off.  The Eagle Ridge Veterinary Hospital on Highway 101 In  Sechelt and Gibsons Animal Hospilal on the highway In Gibsons will be pleased to And food Items In the boxes located  outside the premises.  Film making  The fllming of a murder mystery movie will soon by underway on the Sunshine Coast by the Vancouver film competny,  Circle Productions, Town Puuiner Rob Buchan announced at  last week's planning committee meeting. The movie Is baaed  on the book, The Suspect, by LR (Bonny) Wright, and is actually sett In Gibsons and Sechelt. Wright used to live on the  Coast.  notes  continued from Page 2  But is this really 'travel'?  It is broadening of course as  travel is supposed to be, but it is  not experience.  There is a pretty good question of whether it is, in fact, experience for the people on  screen who are in fact doing it. I  mew, there is clearly a camera  crew there following this intrepid loner down the croc-filled  river, across the pathless desert,  etc. Climbing the unclimbable  mountain, etc.  On one Australian thing I  saw lately, where our dogged  hero is making his way over a  really blasted Columbian  plateau, there was the shadow  of the boom man right at his  feet. This of course is rare  nowadays, on the order of a  misprinted stamp, but still you  have to know that the fellows  are all there, and they at least  are eating steak every day.  One that's going on now has  a solitary bicycle rider pedalling  about in remote Patagonia. As  it happens I recently read two  books by people who did in  fact, go down there on their  own and push about, mostly on  foot. Surprisingly our bike rider  meets the exactly same people  who are described in these  books.  Well, why not, one could say.  it is certainly good to see countries we have only read about,  even in the selected film frame.  But if it's experience we want, I  think we still have to take a boat  from Gibsons, sail south, take  enough beans, alter course east  at a right point, and find a place  to put in. Then we can say hey,  goddammit, here I am in  Patagonia.  For real, man, for real.  NOTICE OF  ELECTION  Public Notice Is given to the electors of the Town of  Gibsons that I require the presence of the electors at  the Council Chamber of the Municipal Hall on Monday, October 29,1990 at 10:00 a.m. to elect a Mayor,  four Aldermen, and a School Board Trustee.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as  follows: candidates shall be nominated in writing by  two qualified electors of the municipality. The nomination paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at  any time between the date of this notice and noon of  the day of nomination. The nomination paper may be  in the form provided in the Municipal Act, and shall  state the name, residence and occupation of the person nominated in a manner sufficient to identify the  candidate. The nomination paper shall be signed by  the candidate.  In the event a poll Is necessary, the poll will be opened  ���t the Marine Room, below the Public Library at 464  South Fletcher Road on Saturday, November 17,1990  between the hours ol W0 tM. and M0 p.m. An advance poll will be opened lor those unable to attend  the polT on polling day at tho Council Chamber ol the  Mtmlclpal Hall at 474 South Fletcher Road, on Friday,  November 9,1990, between the hours of 8.-00 a.m. and  KOO p.m., ot which even person Is required to take  notice and govern himself accordingly.  Dated at Qlbsons, B.C. this 15th day of October, 1990.  R. Lorraine Goddard  RCTURNING OFFICER  happily in their daily routiners.  In no time pods were discreetly placed in the hornets of influential citizens and before  election time rolled around  again, a large body of aliens was  ready to take over.  But the aliens did not fool the  town's dogs. Although they  smelled the same to the dogs,  the faithful pets sensed  something wrong and fled to a  neighbouring area. There they  were welcome additions to the  succession of protests and  meeting bashings that the  residents there undertook  against everything  under the  sun. But the barking of the dogs  was refdly a warning that no one  there comprehended.  "The town's affairs? That's  where we have the most fun,"  the aliens thought. "What a  scream!" One of them said.  The alien-innocent young  person set the council first on  one ear and then on the other.  Irrelevant speeches, endless non  sequitor motions, long absences  (to bring in more pods, it turned  out).  A resident did discover the  plot and escaped to Victoria.  There he raised the alarm, not  to the premier whom he sus  pected to be one of the flyst  alien transformations, but wjlh  the civil service.  While .arguments of the  usefulness of the army rafaty,  "Would the army be able *o  change its ways and shoot instead of standing stolidly," tjie  whole matter was resolved by;'*  violent geologic change.       ::  The whole of Gibsons slid i-  to the sea just as the prcmifcr  landed, tlwre to honour tfte  town by announcing the provincial election.  Gibsons Flash: Nominatiois  close October 29 at noon. Ekt-  tion Day is November 17.  ANNIVERSARY   '  A   SAVINGS  CELEBRATION  Dariene Golnick, Limit Wallace, Kevin Henry, Gwen Senders, Dariene Cavalier, Stacey Clelend, Pam Gregorchuk.  Gillian Hughes, Marlon Black, Ptulette Desrosiers.  The SAAN store management and associates in Gibsons  invite you to celebrate 42 fabulous years of selection, service and savings!  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Coast News October 15.1990
Native fashion show
A great
by Ruth Forrester
On Saturday, Oct. 6, a most
enjoyable fashion show was
presented at the Indian Band
Hall in Seschelt by a group
known as 'Native Women In
Business'. The show was titled a
Collage Of Culture Extravaganza, and was dedicated to 'Our
Elders, our Youth and ourselves'.
The core of the group is seven
women with an entrepreneurial spirit who desire self
sufficiency through economic
independence, and are currently
developing a variety of business
The Collage Of Culture fashion show is an extension of the
training program and involved
the expertise and teamwork of
each business interest.
There were fashions designed
by Sylvia Joe of Exclusive
Fineries, Pam Baker-Pack of
Touch of Culture, Suzanna
Huen of Formats by Suzanna,
Joy Joseph of Joy Joseph Fashions, and sweaters by Theresa
Jeffries, Delly Paul, and Tilly
The garments modelled were
of extremely high quality and
design and were shown delightfully by the chosen models in a
very professional manner. The
authentic buckskin beaded
items were outstanding as was
the selection of business and
evening wear.
Theresa Jeffries, .Sechelt Indian Band Councillor, opened
the proceedings with a sincere
welcome to all and pointed out
that this was also a celebration
One of the beautiful formal fashions presented at the 'Collage of
Culture Extravaganza' by the Native Women in Business group.
—Ruth Formicr photo
of the fourth year of self
government by the Sechelt Indian Band.
Gracious thanks were expressed for the contributions
and support of local businesses
and organizations, and for the
many   local   businesses   who
donated raffle prizes.
Anyone who would like information as to the availability
of the items shown at the
Fashion Show should call
Daphne Paul at 885-3800.
Roberts     CroeU
Well done, folks!
Sincere congratulations to the
Sunshine Coast Environmental
Protection Project (SCEPP)
and memebers of the public in
succeeding to convince Forestry
that the Sunshine Coast wants
to be a herbicide free zone.
However, Forestry did
manage to spray one cutblock
before the October 4 meeting
with the public. With Grace
Lawson pointing the way, she
and I drove up the B&K logging
road that is almost directly
across from the old Roberts
Creek gas station on Highway
101 near Cliff Gilker Park to
the sprayed cutblock.
The clearcut is above the first
road to the right and Mow the
second road to the right. The
lower road has no sign, but the
upper righthand road has a
brown sign stating it was
sprayed with Vision September
26. Grace and I ventured a short
way into the cutblock.
Fireweed ww everywhere.
Looking closer, we could see the
healthy two foot high long-
needled pines spaced evenly. No
dye was used to colour the Vision sprayed, so it was hard to
tell the range of the sprayed
area. There was no overwhelming physical evidence of spraying. A few withered alders
perhaps, but very few. We both
looked carefully over the
meadow sloping away from us.
Yes, there they were. The red
and yellow plastic flagging tapes
used along with the easily
overlooked sign to demarcate
the area. This is not a pleasant
strolling area as there are the
charred bodies and stumps of
dead trees lying criss-cross
But if you find yourself
wandering in and out of the
woods up there and want to
avoid the sprayed area, check
for the flags. 1 wish I could
communicate this to all those
birds we saw.
Three openings are currently
available in the morning
preschool class at Camp
Douglas. Other openings will be
available in January. To register
call 886-7610. Coming up .Sunday, November 4, Rainbow
Preschool will tie holding a Flea
Marka in the Roberts Creek
Hall. Tables will be available.
More information later.
The Elphinstone New
Horizon Group in Roberts
Creek has stjirted again. For
those 50 and over interested in
playing bridge, bingo, cribbage
and/or carpet bowling the
meetings are being held in the
Community Use Room at
Roberts Creek Elementary
Mondays from 1:30 to 3:30.
New members are encouraged.
For information call 886-9863
or 885-5375.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Roberts Creek Legion are having the Harvest Bake Sale on
Sunday, October 28 from 11 to
2 pm at the legion. Brunch is being served. Bring donations of
baked goods to the legion that
day or call Dorothy at 8864657.
The annual Christmas Craft
Fair at the Roberts Creek Hall
will happen Sunday, November
25 from 1 to 5 pm. Tables are
$12. Call Yvonne at 885-4610 to
book a table.
The Roberts Creek Library
has a cassette regarding new
legislation improving life for
those who use guide animals.
This can apply to the hearing
impaired as well as the blind. If
you know someone who comes
into this category, please tell
them to tall on us.
Rainy autumn days followed
by periods of crisp clear weather
produce mushrooms. Foraging
for wild mushrooms can be a
delightful and rewarding way to
experience the beautiful forests
around us. A good mushroom
field guide is an indispensable
tool for choosing among the
many varieties of fungi growing
everywhere presently.
The Roberts Creek Library
has a very good selection of
these books. The New Savory
Wild Mushroom by Margaret
McKenny and Daniel Stuntz;
Guide to Western Mushrooms
by J.E. Underhill; Mushrooms
and Other Fungi by H. Kleijn
and others are available. Some
of these have beautiful colour
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id Coast News, October 14,1990  11.  Sechelt Seniors  Tips for health  by Joyce Oslry  Two young beauties enjoy the sunny days ot rail at Davis Bay  Elementary playground. -Rom Nicholson photo  I've received a number of requests for the exercises. Use  them in good health.  Should 1 see my doctor  before beginning an exercise  program?  If you're unaccustomed to  exercise or intend to engage in  strenuous fitness pursuits, it is  advisable to check with your  physician first.  Do I need a fitness test?  After medical evaluation,  your doctor may or may not advise you to take a physical test.  Such assessments measure your  capacity to perform and determine your initial fttn<ess level.  More complex tests enable a  trained professional to monitor  your reaction to exercise. Such a  specialist can then advise you of  any individual restrictions or  modify a fittwss program to suit  your needs.  Whal equipment and clothing  do I need?  Wear loose, light, comfortable clothing suitable for the  weather and your activity.  There are some lovely clothes  on the racks for us to see and  buy.  Comfortable, good-fitting  footwear is essential. We see so  many shoes to choose from.  Usually, a good walking runner  Sechelt  Scenario  by .Margaret Watt, 885.3364  With Thanksgiving over and  done with and out of the way  for one more year, our internal  clock automatically starts the  countdown to Christmas. .Mine  does, anyway. But before you  get carried away thinking about  what to get everyone, there's  something else to think about  first.  Your garden. If you want a  beautiful garden in the spring,  you have to prepare for it now.  On October 20, a Saturday, the  Sechelt Garden Club will be  holding its annual Fall Plant  Sale. It will run from 9:30 am to  12 noon in the Trail Bay Mall.  This is your chance to pick up  those plants, shrubs, ground  cover (you name it, they have it)  that will make your garden a  lovely place to be come spring.  WEST SECHELT SCHOOL  When I wrote last week about  the PAC meeting at WSES, I  overlooked one very important  person, Deborah Mcllrath.  Deborah has taken on the job  of liaison for the school. As  near as I can understand it, each  school has its own person who  will represent it at district  meetings. For WSES, Deborah  Mcllrath is that person.  ;  KIDS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  Before the Perfect Gift  is gone, put it on our  Convenient Layaway  885-5255  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  NOTICE OF ELECTION 1990  Public Notice Is hereby given to the electors of the herein cited Rural Areas of  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast) that I require the presence of the said  elector at the School Board office, 494 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons, on Monday the  29th day of October 1990, between the hours of 10 o'clock and 12 noon In the  forenoon, for the purpose of electing persons to represent them as Trustees for  the Rural Areas of the School District as hereinafter specified:  Rural Area Term of Office  "1" (Reg'l areas A & B) Three year term, one Trustee  "2" (Reg'l areas D, E & F)       Three year term, three Trustees  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated for the Rural Areas In writing by two duly  qualified electors of the rural area concerned. The nomination paper shall be  delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice  and noon of the day of nomination. The nomination paper may be In the form as  prescribed by the Municipal Act and shall state the name, residence and  occupation of the person nominated In such manner as to sufficiently identify  such candidate. The nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such polls will be opened at:  Rural Area Polling Station  Rural Area 1, comprising Regional       Egmont Community School Bldg.  Areas A & B Pender Harbour Auto Court, Garden Bay  Madeira Park Elementary School  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  Rural Area 1, comprising Regional  Areas D,E, F and Sechelt Indian  Band  Sechelt Indian Band Office  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Cedar Grove Elementary School  Langdale Elementary School  on the 17th day of November 1990 between the hours of 8 o'clock In the  forenoon and 8 o'clock In the afternoon, of which every person Is hereby  required to take notice and govern themself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons this Sth day of October 1990,  Joan B. Rlgby  Returning Officer  would be a good choice. Make  sure the shoe has a well-  cushioned sole.  For home exercise, no special  equipment is necessary.  Background musk with a good  beat improves performance and  makes exercising more fun.  A stationary bicycle is also  useful and can be purchased  second-hand. Be sure it is sturdy  with adjustable tension.  When is the best time to exercise?  Any time that suits you is  good for activity, but not immediately after a meal. If you  have a cold, postpone the exercise, the same if the weather is  hot and humid.  MISCELLANEOUS  The hall was in a buzz when I  check in on Thursday morning,  lt was wonderful to see so many  faces. We need you and all the  others who plan on coming out  next week. The regular general  meeting is on Ortober 18 at 1:30  pm.  The square dancers are  hosting the dinner on October  27 at 6 pm so phone John Miller  at 885-7792 or Vic Southin at  885-9879. Do this soon as there  are limited tickets.  Get in touch with May Widman, 885-5200, to reserve your  seat on the bus for the trip to  Bellis Fair, October 30.  /DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  DM you know...  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V6B 1N2  *   Faller's ^f  tin  -���*;��v ��f\  ,��-N.^4*-r.0V\>' .-*���-.*>-*.' Phase One Opening November 1, 1990  The New  RITZ MOTEL  Located in lower Gibsons opposite the Gibsons Marina  !  A new 30 unit motor hotel with  microwave equipped kitchenettes and  colour TV in every room.  Ample parking available.  Opening special for advanced reservations  prior to November 1, 1990.  $175.00 per week, single occupancy.  We accept Visa, Mastercard  and American Express.  886-3343  The New RITZ MOTEL  505 Gower Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  r.  L  . e=.,"=-*K*.Si.�� -v- s. *- x. c ��u �� e n * * * ftaS trici   -       ��������� in ���  ��� ...  ...,..-  ��� 1: .*. X.4? tt .tat  *������.&* -**,*���t.,-y Highway start-up  Craftsman Riy Mair displays the handmade wooden chest he is  donating tor a Pender Harbour Clinic expansion raffle.  ���Ann Cook photo  Egmont  News  by Dixie Percy, 883-9206  It's mid-October now and  that means it's time to get ready  for that night of nights,  Hallowe'en. I've heard rumours  of a potluck, masquerade fiesta  in Egmont so keep an eye out  for more information on that.  The Egmont Community  Club is pleased to say they were  able to contribute $200 to the  Pender Harbour Jaws of Life  Fund. That's $200 well  donated.  The new shed on the government dock, complete (almost)  with public telephone, is a happy sight to most folks around  town but there are some skeptics. Other attempts at having  an outdoor phone booth were  rendered useless in no time by  vandals so...let me say in advance 'a big thump on the head  to anyone who willfully  damages the new phone. It  could be very useful in an  emergency'.  Thanks to the Tuckers for  donating a colour television to  the Egmont school. Plans are  underway to connect the  satellite dish so you know where  to go to catch a movie or  hockey game this winter.  There is still a group of  dedicated people determined to  keep the school operating and  hoping for a happy day it can  officially re-open its doors as a  school. If you would like to help  or lend moral support, till offers  are accepted. Pop in anytime  and see if anyone's around.  Is it, or isn't it? That's the  question on most gardeners'  minds on clear nights, wondering if it will frost or not.  After every rain, it seems to  get colder. Mount Churchill has  even tried on his winter coat a  bit already. It makes me want to  put another log on the fire just  thinking about Jack Frost coming to town.  WANTED  Experienced  accountant/bookkeeper  to work two - three days a week,  Madeira Park area.  Reply  HARBOUR PUBLISHING  Box 219  Madeira Park  B.C. VON 2H0  883-2730  by Myrtle WMwHt,��<W  The great highway project  start date guessing game is still  in full swing. Last week  rumored starting dates were  'Monday morning' (today),  'November 1,' and 'who  knows?'  I spoke with Project Supervisor Ian Sutherland on Friday  and he assured me that things  will be in order very soon after a  few bureaucratic details are  taken care of, and that a  November 1 startup is neat impossible.  PH WILDLIFE  The Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society will  meet on Tuesday, October 16 at  7:30 pm at the Madeira Park  Elementary School and guest  speaker Peter Olesiuk will tell  you "everything you wante*d to  know about seals and sea lions  but were afraid to ask."  Everyone  is  welcome  and  everyone is asked to bring their  own mug.  ART SHOW  A selection of Noreen Marshall's paintings, including new  works and ones from Mexico  and France, will be on display at  the Hunter Gallery in Gibsons  until the end of this month.  20-20 TALK  Anyone interested in the  future of Pender Harbour and  the Sunshine Coast is invited to  the Sechelt Indian Band Hall on  October 20 to hear speakers  discuss planning for housing,  transportation, environmental  concerns, etc.  For more information contact the SCRD office in Sechelt.  .LEGION NEWS  Norm Jones will entertain at  the Pender Harbour Legion on  Saturday, October 27. This is a  Hallowe'en celebration and  prizes will be awanfed for  costumes.  MOBERG .MUSIC  Expatriate Pender Harbour-  ite country-folk musician Alan  Moberg, accompanied by the  other two thirds of his trio will  perform at the Community Hall  on October 26 at 7:30 pm.  Tickets are available at Miss  Sunny's Hair Boutique and  from members of the Pender  Harbour Music Society, sponsors of the event.  ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP  Following the Madeira Park  Elementary School Parent Advisory Committee meeting on  October 16 at 7 pm, School  District 46 Primary Coordinator Cathy MacGregor  will give a workshop on the new  primary education program.  All parents are urged to attend.  ELECTIONS  Next month is the end of  Gordon Wilson's term as our  Area A Director on the SCRD  and the position is up for election by Area A taxpayers.  No one seems to have any  idea who's planning on running, but anyone thinking of doing so must file with the  Regional District within the next  week or so.  irvines  landing  Sparine 9ub  is pleased to announce their fail & winter hours.  Effective October 15th, our hours will be:  11 a.m.-ll ij.m, ��� Sat/&. Sun.  3 p.m.-ll p.m. ��� Wed'., ���Thurs. &. Fri.  Closed Monday & Tuesday  DINNER FEATURE  EACH DAY  as well as our mehu  Join us  FOR GOOD FOOD  & GOOD TIMES  Your patronage over the summer season was much  appreciated, and we look forward to serving  you this winter.  Telephone: 883-1145  BUY BEFORE GST START!  1990 Dodge 250 Pickup  Low km with Northern Light #>����e aae  9' Deluxe Fibreglass Camper $25,995  New Northern Light Pickup Camper _, nnn  Starting at $7,900  New Slumber Queen Pickup Camper ��, ann  Starting at $/,300  1990 Slumber Queen 24' Deluxe Motorhome,.-- ___  low kms $<Jf ,999  1989 Slumber Queen 24' Deluxe Motorhome^.. ___  low kms $��JO,DOU  1989 Slumber Queen 22' Deluxe Motorhome..- _-_  low   kms $aM,900  1987 Holid-Aire 24' Deluxe Motorhome       -_Q oftn  Microwave $��0,9UU  1977 Frontier 21' e-M aac  Sleeps six 9 l*��,999  23' Motor Boat with Chevy Motor __ ...  Volvo Leg, Tandem Trailer $' ,99w  HAPPY HOLIDAYS MOTORHOME  RENTALS SALES & SERVICE LTD.  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(le\irine{  Se'ptie Systems  883-9222  B83-9046  \3 Seahorse  ^Construction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhw & Dumptrtitk  Service  883-2747 or 883-2710  MOBILE HOMES  New ind Died - Instant Housing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  SUPPORT  YOUR  FRIENDS &  NEIGHBOURS  Coast  estern Airlines Ltd.  lor reservations/information on  daily scheduled flights & charters  call 815-4711 ISumMiH Coast)  6J4-I7M (VitKOewer)  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  Itajw  ���TYPING  ���WORD PROCESSING  ^^ aFAX SERVICE  |(||      aPHOIOCOPyiNC  US-Mil  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  Pender Harbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  l w 883-9524  Sechelt  SHOE REPAIR  Pender Harbour drop off:  The Paper Mill  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  The Sunshine  COAST NEWS  ��� * - �����*��.�� - -������-�����  > A ei *AS.A.��*����el!��--*-;^-li GBS  has been selling glass and  windows for 40 years.  Now we're pleased to announce  our appointment as dealers for  MRP  National Aluminum Products  windows  Patio Doors  ft Screens  Spa-Hot Tub  Sechelt Location  Saturday. Oct. 20,  8 am - 5<pm  Spas include everything you need.  Just add water and hook-up to electricity.  Gibsons Location  Sunday, Oct. 21,  4  Open Mon. - Sat.  lilillilllia^BllilililllliflilBB  B am - 5 pm  Sundays,  (Gibsons Only)  10 am - 4 pm  illllllililPS  .liil! i -...-.el'.  iliiitiimtMiiiiliiilhiilait   illi        -  ������   ���        .^m j  mi ���  p  SKhalt  885-7121  Gibsons  886*8141  BUILDING SUPPLIESg  TWO LOCA TIONS sunshine coast highway gibsons   wharf ano dolphin sechelt (toafi^mmI'm  ~"..^-->**:~:*.a\t.-^:tL ���������-. Hiilfmoon B.iy H.i|)|)(M1iikis  Bush survival course for Cubs  by Ruth Forwster, M5-2418  Notification of a Bush Survival Course for Cubs and  Beavers was received too late  for publication in last week's  column. This was unfortunate  as it was an excellent lesson for  children of all ages, devised by  the North Shore Search and  Rescue Unit and took place at  Connor Park on Sunday Oc-  tober 14.  Because of this trip there will  be no Cub or Beaver meeting on  Tuesday, October 16.  Investiture for both Cubs and  Beavers will take place on Tuesday, October 23 at 7:30 pm in  the school gym. Boys already  invested ve expected to attend  and parents of new Cubs are  also enwuraged to attend and  participate in the ceremony.  Parents are asked to please  bring a small plate of cupcakes  or gpojdji so that the boys tan  have some goodies to celebrate  their investiture.  This ceremony will take place  of the regular Beaver meeting  scheduled for the afternoon of  October 23. Regular afternoon  Beaver meetings will resume on  Tuesday, October 30. If you  have any questions contain the  leaders at 885-5208.  AT THE HALL  A reminder that this Sunday,  October 21 is the day of the  Giant Flea Market at Welcome  Beach Hall on Redrooffs Road.  It will start at 10 am, there will  be baked goods, plants, and all  kinds of items that no home  should be without. Bring a  friend along and enjoy a cup of  coffee as well as a visit with  your friends and neighbours.  Donations will tie welcome, as  will you!  Then on Saturday, October  27 the locals will be out in force  disguised as weird and wonderful Hallowe'en characters, so  get your costumes organized  and join the gang at the  Welcome Beach Hall for a really fun night.  Tickets axe only $7.50 each  and include a darned good  meal. Call either Mildred at  885-5249 or Marg at 885-9032  for reservations.  WEDDING  In last week's column I mentioned a very pretty wedding at  the little Church of His  Presence on Redrooffs. I just  happened to be passing and had  a chat with one of the guests  who told me that the groom was  from Kamloops and the bride  from Mexico, nobody local.  It turns out, however, that  this information was wrong and  that the groom is from Vancouver and is the son of John  and Mavis Dayton of Redrooffs. The Daytons have been  coming to the Coast for about  30 years and have become permanent residents on Redrooffs,  so the family have very strong  connections in the area.  Their son Timothy exchanged  vows with Alicia Trueb on that  special day. Humble apologies  to the family for passing on this  mis-information and we wish  the couple many happy years  together.  ATTENTION WRITERS  I know that there are lots of  you in the Halfmoon Bay area  who like to write. Here is a good  opportunity to possibly see your  work in print and to earn some  money at the same time.  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  Writing Contest is underway  and contest rules and information can be picked up at local  book stores or at the Coast  News office in Sechelt.  Categories are both fiction and  non-fiction.  Coast News, October 14,1990  RECUNLzR  SPECIAL  STARTING  AT  15.  $299  dtlttl|olni Juntitun  | Coarto St      * 'nttriOfB  ISlchirt   "       BB5-3713     Opm Tun.. Sat   10 - 5  Tues. 16th  A BAG DAY  ^THRIFTY'S  8f GIBSONS  Pender Harbour parents got a chance to dig out their memorabilia  as Pender Harbour Secondary students revisited the 70's on 'Hippie Day'. 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Sechelt Indian Government District  NOTICE  OF ELECTION  Public Notice  Is given to the Electors of the Sechelt Indian Government District that I require the  presence of the Electors on Monday, October 29,1990 at 10:00 a.m. at the locations  indicated, to elect one advisory councillor for each of the following five areas:  1. Sechelt Band Lands (Tsawcome) No. 1  2. Sechelt Band Lands (Sechelt) No. 2  3. Sechelt Band Lands (Suahbin) No. 19  4. Sechelt Band Lands (Cokqueneets) No. 23  5. Whole of the Sechelt Indian Government District  THE MODE OF NOMINATION OF THE CANDIDATES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two qualified electors of the area of  the Sechelt Indian Government District, for which they are being nominated. The  nomination paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer or his Deputy at any  time between the date of this notice and noon of nomination day. The nomination  paper may be in the form provided in the "Municipal Act", and shall state the  name, residence, and occupation of the person nominated in a manner sufficient  to identify the candidate. The nomination paper shall be signed by the candidate.  The Returning Officer is located at the offices of the Sechelt Indian Band,  Sunshine Coast Highway, Secheit, B.C. and the Deputy Returning Officer is  located at the offices of the Powell River Regional District, 5776 Marine Avenue,  Powell River, B.C.  Candidates for Sechelt Band Lands No.'s 1, 2, and 19 must file nomination papers  with the Returning Officer in Sechelt.  Candidates for Sechelt Band lands No. 23 and for the whole of the Sechelt Indian  Government District may file nomination papers with either the Returning Officer  in Sechelt or the Deputy Returning Officer in Powell River.  In the event a poll is necessary, the poll will be opened on November 17, 1990  between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the following locations:  Sechelt Indian Band Office, Sechelt, B.C. for areas:  ��� Sechelt Band Lands (Tsawcome) No. 1  ��� Sechelt Band Lands (Sechelt) No. 2  ��� Whole of the Sechelt Indian Government District  Garden Bay Motel, Garden Bay, B.C. for areas:  ��� Sechelt Band Lands (Suahbin) No. 19  ��� Whole of the Sechelt Indian Government District  Kelly Creek Elementary School, R.R. #1, Powell River, B.C. for areas:  ��� Sechelt Band Lands (Sallahus) No. 23  ��� Whole of the Sechelt Indian Government District  Electors must vote at the polling station for their area. Nominations close at 12:00  noon on Monday, October 29,1990. Every person is required to take notice and  govern herself/himself accordingly.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C. this Sth day of October, 1990.  Harold L. Fletcher  .....     .   -  .-^-^^���w-... a~^,..^,,,.-_....*,. .->,.,-.,.  Mfc*>��,0-fc. ���*>.--  .-��V*-'->��;���  f*-.- <L��_-Jil" FAC side-steps  serious debate  '.      by Jaa MMwd Shtrmsa  ' Although the issues of coastal  * pesticide spraying and the best  ; way lo deal with the  I Tetrahedron flgured prominent-  I ly on iheir Octotxr 10 agenda,  the Forest Advisoiy Committee  (FAC) side-stepped serious  debate for the moment.  Calling the pesticide/herbicide question "...the most  emotional public issue at the  moment," Maurice Egan suggested to his colleagues that  "...it is not necessarily the most  important forestry issue." Egan  went on to suggest that, "It may  be helpful for (us) as a committee to put out a reasonable, informed statement."  Some members appeared inclined to get down to cases,  given what was perceived to .be  the radical outcome of the recent public showdown between  Forestry officials and Sunshine  Coasl residents. Others were  unclear as to what precisely had  transpired vis a vis Barry Mountain's reaction to the forum.  "Has he completely banned all  herbicide spraying on the Sunshine Coast?" one committee  member inquired.  Ready to address the issue  squarely was Tony Greenfield.  "None of us are in Favour of  herbicides," he began, although  no pool was taken of the others  in the room. "But whether  they're used or not could have a  large impact on forestry companies.  "I think there's in abysmal  level of comprehension (on the  herbicide issue) out there,"  Greenfield continued. "Most of  herbicide use is agricultural-  only one per cent of herbicide  use is forestry-involved.  "People don't make the connection between spraying (Vision) and spraying the foods we  eat." Greenfield went on to  ^raint  out  that,   "Most  herbicides are used by people kill-  ��� ing weeds in their own  ^backyards."  '-. Greenfield urged that the  -FAC, following Egan's original  "suggestion about issuing some  "sort of public statement cum  ���report on herbicides, bear in  /  Are You Ready]  for Winter?  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Egan once again attempted to  centre the committee on what he  felt was most needed, "We  musl put out a balanced, non-  judgemental informational  statement about herbicide use.  We're not asking for a ban. Not  taking sides. This must be a  neutral thing."  The FAC then agreed to put  the issue of herbicide use onto  their agenda for the next  meeting, in the meantime  gathering data and putting it  together in a meaningful, informative fashion.  Later in the meeting, the  committee began to consider  what was listed on the agenda as  'Tetrahedron Summary', but  did not proceed very far before  agreeing to holding any discussion of the issue over to its next  meeting.  The main reason for this  move was the presence of an  eight-page document issued by a  group known as the Sunshine  Coast Integrated Use Coalition  (SCIUC), and apparently  brought to the committee by  Murray Cantelon. Cantelon is  association with the SCIUC,  serving as its recording  secretary.  "I'm in something of an  awkward position," Cantelon  admitted, when the document  .began to be the subject of some  comment and criticism by  several of the committee  members. Alluding to his involvement with the SCIUC  pressure group and the confrontational stance the SCIUC has  taken vis a vis the Tetrahedron  Alliance, Cantelon tomplained  that, "The press has taken the  wrong slant and made (the  Tetrahedron issue) confrontational."  To which committee member  Tony Greenfield quickly  responded, "As a member of  the Tetrahedron Alliance, I  think this document is very  slanted! It doesn't, to my mind,  represent the views of the community."  Maurice Egan noted that,  "In interest of differing points  of view, I'd like to see the  SCIUC and the Tetrahedron  Alliance sit down together."  Then glancing across at  Cantelon, Egan added, "Murray, I take exception to some of  the things you say in this document. Particularly the reference  to 'dishonourable people'."  "I never intended to have this  (document) included on the  agenda. If it's causing a problem, I'd request that it be  withdrawn," Cantelon offered  to the committee.  Ultimately, Cantelon agreed  to sanitize and balance his document.  With this done, the FAC  agreed to consider the document at a later date, as part of  its full consideration of the  Tetrahedron issue.  -Cm'on in and_7T~  Wrangle Yourself Some   ^^^      At Your Finishing Store:  Deals  LATTICE  PATCH  SPECIALS  l'x8' white Painted  $150 Ea  nite Painted  Protestors  to picket       .  Members and supporters of the Sunshine Coast En-  vironmenttl Protection Project (SCEPP) are expected loV*.  picket the .Environmental Appeal Board on Tuesday, October iff  ���6 at 2 pm? i'l'fc  The action comes in response to an appeal by SCEPP on $'    1  Vision spraying permit held by Weldwood of Canada. Ife  spraying  in  question   centers  around   200  hectares  at  Clowholm in the Salmon Inlet.  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The Sunshine  Second Section  Natural gas lament  Sunshine Coast short-changed  on natural gas distribution says SCRD  A warm welcome Is given to all visitors by the inhabitants of Sechelt Marsh  -Kenl Sheridan photo  by Rose Nicholson  In spite of all the highly  publicized promises, the Sunshine Coast will not be getting a  great deal of benefit from the  natural gas pipeline that  residents have watched being installed for several months.  "The overall distribution of  gas is going to be far, far less  than we were led to believe,"  said Director Gordon Wilson at  the October 11 Regional District  meeting.  "Basically what they're going  to do is deliver (gas) to the mill  and to the industrial site at  Hillside. There will be very  limited distribution in Sechelt  and Gibsons,  "They (ICG, the distributor)  are as upset about it as we are. I  think they are looking for a subsidy. We have to take a very  hard line on this. We have  literally been duped."  Director Jeremy Frith in-  dignandy agreed. "We were  given all this wonderful rhetoric  about how we were going to be  running our cars and just about  everything else on natural gas.  "We let them dig a dirty great  trench all along our Coast, and  now they're saying 'sorry, we'll  see you later'. I don't think we  should stand for it for one second."  Director Brett McGillivray  reminded directors that the issue  should be brought to the attention of the Association of Vancouver Island Municipalities  (AVIM).  "It's absolutely essential we  touch base with everyone involved," he said. "Those  municpalitia are going to get  the same shaft we did. They  should be forewarned."  "We'll have a lot of allies  over there," commented Director Jim Gurney.  Sechelt Mayor Tom Meredith  told directors that the  municipality is tieing pressed to  sign a franchise agreement.  "We have to have a referendum  and the only time for that would  be November 17," he said. "It's  going to cost a lot, with very little return. In my own mind, I'm  wondering if it's worth it."  Hydro plans  future lighting  New high pressure sodium street lights recently installed by  BC Hydro in Lower Gibsons will, when "completed this  year, result in a savings of nearly $1500 a year to the Town of  Gibsons," Al Driscoll, BC Hydro Marketing Representative  stated.  The new lights in Gibsons are the first stage of a  changeover program for the whole Coast.  Driscoll pointed out that the conversion will be complete by  1993 and the full cost will be borne by Hydro.  The new lights are part of the company's Efficient Roadway Lighting Program, and is one of 20 Power Smart programs that is expected to make enough electrical energy  available through increased efficiency to power the equivalent  of 240,000 homes annually by the year 2000.  fwm  ���I MORE THAN CLOTHINC  MORE THAN CLOTHING       4/    II  3��..-AfaJL, Some Original Designs .    /\    Jl  10,30 ��� 4,30 �� afW^  'j^oumtotun <J\?oh\ts. Cttik XSn-Wi  WmmWM  Support Group for Individuals 6 Families who  are Experiencing Grief, Loss and/or Change  During times of loss and change it is often helpful  to talk about feelings and experiences with others  in a confidential and supportive environment.  Weekly support group meetings will begin in  October in Gibsons.  The group leader is Peari Siddall. She has considerable group experience and knows the importance  of working through grief, loss and change. Pearl a  also a trained volunteer with Sunshine Coast Hospice.  ���"���Ret more rfonration, Oil FM at B8MJ69'���~" ���  Any woy you Slice it  the Clossifieds bring results  o    <t    a     i    i    o  mw i uraTomnoni  ONLY 1 LOT  Corner North > Rssj Roads, Gibsons  YtuV bt pltmaatlr  -Loaded with Extras-  ��� All Corneh Units  ��� 5 Appliances  ��� 6" Jacuzzi Tubs  ��� Corner Stone Fireplace  ��� 2 Bedrooms  ��� Shake Roof  ��� Mini Blinds  ��� Heritage Doors  ��� Fully Landscaped  Sunshine Ridge  Q\ _  W    ^ TOWNHOMES  ^^ ^fW           School Road (nssr North Rd.), Qlbsons  PUK 3 NOW ULLDN  1820 aq. 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Input*  ��34900  3 Level  Dishwasher  |3 LEVEL WASH]  '539'  11  IIALS!  ���ngidaire  Washer      Dryer  6 Program S Program  11991  Mfe  HOME S':::h,  FURNISHINGS  9 30 9 00 pne, M0.1   S.lt  1? 00 b 00 pm, S..n  h H  ��� not exactly as shown  886 8886  -��� ^-"------      -      *���-���*���**^--**"t*r 18.  Coast News, October 15,1990  LI5URL  P.Kejes From A Lite  ���  Reliving Kitimat memories  She was hilarious; she was touching; she was zany; she was gutsy.  Caitlin Hicks delivered a high-powered, moving and totally convincing performance as Annie in Ihe one-woman show 'Six Palm  Trees' at Ihe Ails Centre last Saturday. ���Fran Burnside ptioio  by Peter Trower  We reach Terrace by late  afternoon. At last we are back  in a place with which 1 have  some familiarity. But 30 years  have passed since I last set foot  in the town and it has grown  almost beyond recognition. Terrace has burgeoned into a city  and���with two large malls and  many other businesses���now  bills itself as 'The Shopping  Centre of the North'. 1 look in  vain for some link with the hazy  smalltown past. We pick up a  few groceries in a modern  supermarket and head south to  our final destination for this leg  of the journey.  The resort community of  Lakelse lies west of the Kitimat  highway, about one third of the  distance to the aluminum town.  Yvonne's sister and her husband own two summer houses  here and have kindly offered us  the use of one of them for the  duration of our stay. We locate  the lakeside a-frame, light the  heater and gratefully settle in.  The comfortable house will  become our home base for most  of the next two weeks.  Kitimat holds memories for  both Yvonne and myself  although we were there at different times, she in the very early construction days; me,  several years later when the  smelter was in operation. I am  curious to see what the town  looks like after three decades  and we make this mission the  first on our northern .agenda.  We wind down the valley  towards tlte town that Akan  built, passing several logging  trucks along the way. The surrounding hills have been extensively plundered since my tenure  in these parts. We enter the  town via the old Nechako  district where I once boarded  with my brother and his family.  Driving around, I manage to  locate the house they used, to  own. It has changed very little  Hicks' resonant vignettes  by Rose Nicholson  In the program notes for 'Six  Palm Trees' which recently  played at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt, there is a quote from  Anne Dillard which says "We  are here to abet creation and to  witness it, so that each thing  gets noticed. Together we notice  not only each mountain shadow  and each stone on the beach,  but we notice each other's  beautiful face and complex  nature, so that creation need  not play to an empty house."  It's all too easy to forget to  notice, but every once in a  while,   someone  like  Caitlin  Hicks comes along to remind  us.  In this case she's reminding  us to look at all the funny, sad,  poignant, ordinary events of  everyday family life.  Her solo play 'Six Palm  Trees' recreates the life of a  family of 14 kids, and I'm sure  that everyone in the audience,  even those who didn't grow up  in such a big family, could feel a  resonance with many of the  vignettes.  We are reminded of the angry  frustration of a child whose  mother can't rememtier her  nfune, "Look at me! I'm Annie!"  We remember when we too  were absolutely convinced there  was a grizzly bear (with rabies!),  hiding in the closet, and every  mother knows the only privacy  she ever has is in the bathroom  (until one of the kids discovers  this and camps outside the  door).  Caitlin Hicks, with minimal  setting and props, creates and  sustains the illusion of a family  reunion where a family history  is nostalgically recalled. Never  once does she falter. She draws  the audience in to play the parts  of relatives and the willing participation is a tribute to her  creativity.  'Six Palm Trees' was written  by Hicks and Gordon Halloran,  who also directed the play. It  was produced by Third Coast  Theatre Works, and has been  performed in many places including Toronto, San Francisco, Wisconsin and Vancouver. Following the current  tour of BC, it will be performed  in New York.  Drop off your  COAST NetWS  It  ThsCoaMNaws  Olbaoeia  "A Freearedly PaopM e*  P  Coast Arts  ���Layout & Design  Brochures - Books  Flyera - Newsletters  ���Computer Creations  Video Titling  Oraphics A Animation  885-6087  Suite 215 Teredo Sq.  (above Cafi Pierrot)  Gibsons  Landing  Heritage Society  invites you to  rAn Evening Extravaganza"  of  Entertainment Extraordinaire  and  Superb Evening 8. After 5 Fashions  for the over 30  Flamenco Dancing, Classical Slngaes. Comady  Serin, and Musical Hlli Irani Today  and lha "JO's  ALL PROCEEDS TO  THE WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE  HALL  TERRACE  jiiUlllttlllllliii  eeill|i.ie....i'eeeee  l"IHH"����"��"|l|llll'  ,1||||IHI|II|II��I  AT BONNIEBROOK  This is your  COMPLIMENTARY ENTRE  with purchase of an entre of  equal or greater value  ��� Offer valid Sunday, Monday and Tuesday  to October 31, 1990  ��� Offer excludes Chateaubriand  ��� Present advertisement upon arrival  FALL HOURS:  Friday - Tuesday, 5:30 - 9:30  Sunday Branch, 10 - 2 PM       xx��  (CLOSED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY)  886-2188  over the years. I feel a stab of  nostalgia and wonder who lives  there now.  The Nechako area hasn't  really changed all that much but  as we drive on, I notice that a  lot of other things have. There  are two residential complexes  where I remembered only trees  once stood and a central mall on  a space once occupied by construction bunkhouses. There are  even traffic lights at an intersection beyond the mall. Once-raw  Kitimat has come of age.  We cross the familiar bridge  that still spans the Kitimat  River, pass the old Service Centre by the now-abandoned  railway station and head for the  beach. A pulp mill and chemical  plant along the way remind me  that Kitimat has had more than  one industrial base for a good  many years now. Soon we come  in sight of the huge smelter still  sprawling across the mouth of  the valley, much as I remember  it. The sight of those long  potline buildings trigger some  less-than-pleasant recollections.  For more than two smokey  years, I had an intimate relationship with the interiors of  those buildings.  to be continued...  c  "IE    Sechelt  If*6Public Library.  LHours:  "Tun. 1030-4pmj  Weed. 10-30-1 pm a  ���Thurs. l030-7pm =  ���Sat. 1030-4pni  look Drop In Trail by Mad  Jack & Jill Went Down The Hill  Looking For A Hallowe'en Blast  They Both Had Fun & A Prize They Won  Do You Know Where? Think Fast!      __  \ANSWERNEXT PWfEKJi^KtN.V^1  9r  OPEN HOUSES  Morn  / m ti' Ailists it ill he in nlte  Iti demonstrate u variety <��/ tci h\  SAT., OCT. 20th      1*3 PM  I L]/all Nanton - will be watercolour painting on location.  | Stan Kelshaw - will be discussing painting, illustration  & perspective.  I Both artists will be available to answer your questions on |  I materials or techniques.  SAT., NOV. 10th      1*3 PM  Pat Font - will be carving onto clay.  Greta Guzek - will explain about serigraphs.  I Gordon Munro - painting demonstration & will talk about |  I take-along sketching material.  SUN.. DEC. 2nd      14 PM  1-2, Gary Kelly will explain wood turning techniques  while his wife Sandra will discuss silversmlthing.  | 2-4, Col. Douglas Dickson - author - will be book  signing his latest adventure Broken Wing.  Ed Hill will be explaining the style of painting  that he used to illustrate the book cover Broken Wing.  Show Piece Gallery  X   ( I'SIOU I Ii WIM,  ..Minn       ,     ��--!     ffff  m, ���>? I t-      h���l 7 r'  i  For Information  Please Call Karin Tigert  at 085*2114  School District No. 46  CHOIRFEST  For Intermediate Elementary Choirs  NORTH ZONEi  Sechelt, West Sechelt,  Madeira Park  Thursday, Nov. 1, 7:00 pm  West Sechelt Elem. gym  ���M-eXUaJV)*****  SOUTH ZONE   Cedar Grove, Gibsons  Langdale, Roberts Creek  Friday, Nov. 2, 7:00 pm  Roberts Creek Elem. gym  CUfST PERFORMANCES BV DISTRICT CHOIR  ����*5��,tJjKa*r,��H  WORKSHOPS during the day and  EVENING PERFORMANCES are  Open to the Public  SILVER COLLECTON AT THE DOOR  YOUTH  OH-ZONE  FLEECE  TOPS & PANTS  BART SIMPSON  T-SHIRTS  PANTS  ��� Popeye  ��� Fllntstone  ��� Jetson's  ��� Mickey Mouse  k���   eWORKWEN?  /IK WORLD mm?- ��� ���   ���amamamawam.rn.mam.mmm. ���**r>.-��*,*~  n  - fl                                              BHei'ilJSii               taaiMTri-aTiw.*a-aei.M                      v  _  .  Coast News, October 14,1990  19.  Acting course at Rockwood  Bring the arting skills of your  children to the surface.  A new and exciting course  begins at Rockwood Centre on  Saturday, October 20 from II  to 2 pm. For eight weeks on  Saturday mornings, Christine  Mills, former .actress ud director of the Burnaby Summer  Theatre, will be teaching a  Children's Improv Acting  workshop for kids seven to 12  years old.  The students will be introduced to basic acting skills and  techniques leading them into  improvisational situations. The  development of the students'  ideas will be encouraged.  Registration and payment is re  quired by October 17. The  course is $85 and runs from October 20 to December 15. For  information call 885-2522.  Weaves of jie World is the  theme for our Novembw Art  Show. There will be silks,  batiks, linens, saris, kimonas,  serapes, shawls, tapestries, veils,  rugs, mats and head coverings  or whatever piece of fabric you  picked up on your travels  around the world. Bring these  articles to Rockwood by October 26, with a brief  background of the article and  you will be part of our  November An Show.  How many of you have  wanted to see the vast vista of  the Peninsula from atop our  Coastal Mountains or explore  our intriguing inlets and their  abundance of wildlife and sea  creatures? On October 20 and  21, Rockwood is sponsoring a  sea to sky experience with noted  guide, Tony Greenfield.  Rockwood is pleased to announce that Kay Bailey will be  joining our innovative, fun-  loving marketing team at  Rockwood Centre. Call Kay to  tdl her any ideas about events  or classes that you would like to  see at Rockwood (885-2522).  Channel 11  'Canoes', an oil on canvas boaitl painting by Coasl artist Sean  Murphy, Is on exhibit al Show Piece Gallery In Gibsons.  ���Kent Sheridan pholo  Free entertainment  There's not much you can do  for free entertainment these  days. But on Friday, October 19  the Arts Centre presents ��� free  of charge ��� award-winning  author Cynthia Flood.  This Vancouver-based awriter  won the 1990 Journey Prize of  $10,000 from McClelland &  Stewart for hw short story 'My  Father Took a Cake to France'.  Through funding from the  Canada Council, the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council will sponsor  an evening with Cynthia Flood  on the above date at 8 pm.  Library space  An Interim report on the activity at the (Jibsons and  District PuMk Library shows it growing In every way except  physical space. Total circulation this yew has reached over  38,000 items (up about 4000 over this lime last year).  As well as being open 30 hours per week for reference, Information, and pleasure reading, the library offers a variety  of services such as photocopying; a story time for three and  four year olds at 10 am every Wednesday; a multilingual  book service lo order blocks of books In languages other than  English; a changing collection of large-print books; an inter-  library loan service for books the Gibsons Library does not  have; and a core collection of materials to promote adult  literacy.  Tuesday, October 16  7:30 PM  Gibsons Council Meeting  Once again Coast Cable 11  resumes its coverage of Town  Council meetings from gavel to  gavel live from the Gibsons  Council Chambers.  Thursday, October IS  6:30 PM live  eBCIT Magazine  The Broadcasting students at  BCIT   produce  a   weekly  newsmagazine program. Coast  Cable 11 is proud to carry BCIT  Magazine on a weekly basis.  7:00 PM  Sunshine Coasl 2020  Planning For Our Future  Live Phone-in  Maurice Egan hosts this hour  long program that reports on  the ideas that were submitted to  public hearings on the future of  the Sunshine Coast. Guests include Brett McGillivray and  Judy Skogstad. Viewers are in  vited to call during the program  with questions and ideas.  8:00 PM  Coast Profiles  Stan Dixon talks with  Sliaman Indian Band Elder  Elizabeth Harry.  8:25 PM  School Board Speaks Out  School Board communications chairman Lynn Chapman  hosts and produces a report on  the new Intermediate Program  for elementary schools.  Lynn's guests include Barry  Krangle, Maureen McBeath and  Eleanor Swan. Included in the  program is a visit to Roberts  Creek Elementary.  Television Schedule  Courtesy ol ��� ��� ���* ���  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281   7  Hallowe'en  HOG BOP  Sat., Oct. 27  7pm to 1am  Roberts Creek Hall  $13 No Minors  HOST: Gibsons Rugby Clubx  Space donated by Ernie t Owen's Drive-In  Gibsons  & District  Public Library!  Houra:  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  oiffceCoodt  My friend and I had promised ourselves a leisurely dinner at the Terrace  Restaurant at Bonniebrook. The long-awaited evening had finally arrived.  Although the chilly fall weather had become drizzly, qur spirits were cheered as we  were amiably greeted by a crackling fire and the warm glow of table candles. The  Terrace's charming atmosphere was further enhanced by gracious service, fresh  flowers, gleaming table settings, crisp linens, classical music, lovely garden and  ocean views.  Our host, Ken Norton, explained that they proudly offer West Coast Cuisine  and also enjoy promoting BC wines. To start, I chose a spinach salad with hot  bacon crumbles while my friend had the chicken and basil quiche, accompanying  these dishes, we selected Em excellent BC Johannisberg Riesling. For entrees we  chose roasted rack of lamb with black currant vinegar sauce and Filet Mignon  dusted with fresh cracked peppercorns.  We then sampled another excellent BC red wine, Osoyoos Select ��� Casabello.  For dessert, we savoured their specially blended coffee served wth real cream  and lingered over Belgium choeolate pate and cheese cake topped with warm hazel  nut maple sauce.  Our dinners were outstanding in every detail, from the fresh rolls to the after  dinner mints. We thoroughly enjoyed our evening and look forward to returning.  FAMILY DINING  NIGHT ON IHI   TOWN  Btae Heroe lu- For dinners only.  Fully licenced. Wednesday to Sunday,  5pm to 9pm. dosed for lunch. Ooaed  from September 3 to II.  For reservations phone Laurie or  Heather. M5-3J47.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine In a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daly specials. Reservations recommended. Robots Qeek Road and Beach  Avenue ��� H5-932I. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC.40 seats.  ���Mariners' Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes h fresh and live seafood, and  .*o offers a ful rare* of lunch and din-  Mr annas. Both menus chime daly,  with (Widow daily specials. Marine  JMve, OftnoiB Undfr, 88M334. Mon-  day to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  SatuteJay: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seats. V. M.C.  Th* Wharf ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditiaMd. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  I-M l\       l\ht OUI  En* * Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgen, chicken, desserts, drinks, let  cram. FM home delivery within 4 miles,  aim t pm only, on S10 minimum ordn.  Smal dune for orders undo $10. Open  1st* way nigh. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7113.  TINT DINING  Ihe Terrace at .Bonniebrook With  an ocem panorama. The Term* at Bonniebrook, texated on the watertront at  Dower Point, offers superb West Com  cuisine in a ptaureseiue and relaxing ledge  setting. For those seeking finer dinirig and  a hatjier standard of service we offer freah  local BC food, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of sppetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Foelow Oower Point road to Ocem Beach  Esplanade. Dinner 5:30*30. Sunday  Breach IM. Group reservation only for  Breakfast * Lunch. CLOSED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. Rescrvatkns  reoomnendod. Businen efroupi A reotp*  Hon welcome. Visa, M/C 886-2188.  Andy's Restaurant- Lunch and dinner specials every day. Monday Night  Buffet: 5-9. Every Wednesday night is  Prime Rib Night. House specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's greal Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from llam-3 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons. 886-3388. .Open 11-9,  Sun. & Mon., 11-10 Tues.-Sat.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable at-  mosjehere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  Oertscrts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the beach and cerppudno are  available. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as the Coast itself. Mon. - Sat.  9am-Spm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechdt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  COast Club Cafe Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is the order of the day for all of our  menu Items. Bin burgers, pasla dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult en.  vironmeni veiili European flair, which offers dining at reaseenable prices. Open  from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 5519 Wharf Ave.. Sectidt.  885-9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  seating for 60.  Frances' Dining Lounge - Join us  for family dining at Frances' Dining  Lounge at the Pender Harbour Hotd on  Highway 101. The atmosphere is comfortable, the staff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We are open from  6:30 am lo 10 pm, 7 days a week for  bretekfost, lunch, dinner and daily  specials. Enjoy a patio view of the harbour and remember that private parties  Pub - Enjoy the beautiful  waterfront view (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from Ihe  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  well as the separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skookumburger or our greal fish & chips.  Dinner is served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Located Vi mile north of Egmont  on Maple Road.  Cedars Nelghbourttood Pub -  Greal food every day all day. Appetizers  and ful menu along with terrific daly  specials, available IH 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thin, open 'til  can be arranged. Call 883-9330. By the  way, this is the same great food that you  enjoy at Frances' Takeout, only in more  pleasant surroundings. The Takeout is  still open from 10:30 am to 5 Monday to  Saturday.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster Hoik - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good lime atmosphere, the Omega is a people  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are thdr specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Poinl Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurc, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seals 145.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. Wc spedalize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasla, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am ��� 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., It am - II pm. Wc are open for  lunch ��� try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. Wc also  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasla, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  Pronto's Restaurants Two kecatiom  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-120. Located at  Wharf Rd��� Sechdt, 885-1919; and on  Highway tot, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 88W138.  midnight, IM. & Sat. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 886*171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub -  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a frienedly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. Flee moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road. Our hours are  Uam-llpm Saturday and Sunday, 3pm-  11pm Wednesday, Thursday and .Friday.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Kitchen  open until 10pm on these days. Call  883-1143.  H^-mjHHimmmm  _������.,���..-..���.,.�����..... ,   _... 20.   ^^     Coast News, October 15,1990  Pender Golf  Dean is men's senior champ  Taking the plunge into a new sport, Laura Russell rappels down  aa 80 fool cliff on Keats Island. Bungee jumping next?  SC Golf ��f Country Club  On October 9 and 10 the  senior men's championship  tournament took place. For the  third year in a row, Bill Dean  led the field of 28 golfers with a  score of 117 over the 27 holes.  BUI was presented with the  '/\ndy Tapio Memorial Trophy'  by Evelyn Tapio.  Coming in second with a  score of 12S was George  Langham, followed by Ed  Roop and John Willcock tied  with a 135. Dutch Haddon  carded a 139 and Bill Jock and  Jim Menzies tied at 140.  Net scores for the tournament were Jim Buntain 107,  Bruce Patrick 109, Gordie Hall  and Bo Bo Sagansky I09.S,  Merril Smith 110, Ernie  Holloway 111.5 and Al  Wendlandat 113.  The directors' tournament  rallied 24 golfers with Shirley  Dumma winning the trophy.  The Crabb Cup was won  handily by Jan Watson. Congratulations to a fine competition.  LADIES CLUB  On October 11 the ladies annual fall meeting and luncheon  was attmded by 35 members  and three guests.  The new elected executive  are:  Joan Willcock, I-adies Captain; Joyce Reid, Vice Captain;  Pat Mitchell, Secretary-  Treasurer; Mary Roop, Social  Committee; Cathy McQuitty,  Publicity; .Beth Mulhern, Handicap Committee; Lois Haddon, Match Committee; Kay  Mahoney, Rules Committee.  Ladies day scramble - October II. First low gross team:  Evelyn Tapio, Carol Reid,  Shirley Dumma and Pat Mitchell with a score of 38. Second  low   gross:   Isabel   Goldrup,  Mary Roop and Jan Watson 40.  Fust low Mt: Helen Crabb,  Vera Love, Mai's Horrbourd  and Elsie Colling with a 17V4.  .Second low net: Blanche Paton,  Beth Mulhern, Joan Willcock  and Vera McAllister with a  21M. KP on 6 - Joan Willcock.  Longest drive on 7 - Jan Watson.  MONDAY TWILIGHT  October 1 - first low gross  score 46. The team of Helen  Crabb and Carol Reid. Second  with a 50, Hazel Charboneau  and John Willcock. Third with  a 51, Joyce Reid and Cathy McQuitty.  Fust low net - Mary Roop  and Sylvia Thirlwell, 14.5. Se-  cond team Lois Haddon and  Shirley .Dumma, 15. Third couple Merril Smith and Claudette  Campbell, 18. KP on 3 - John  Willcock. KP on 6 - Dutch  Haddon.  ���Octoeber 8 - first low gross  was won by Evelyn Tapio and  Jay Deyman. Second team,  Tom Held and Jacquie Hooper.  Third, Moni Langham and  Carol Reid.  First low na - Dan Reid and  Shirley Dumma. Second - Bruce  Hamilton and Shirley Gram.  Third - Ken Hooper and Sylvia  Thirlwell. KP on 3 - Doug Reid.  KP on 6 - Neil Reeder.  Strikes and Spares  |_adies' competition in full swing  >K    The 9-hole ladies played a  f  hidden hole low net with fewest  putts on their final day with  Marg Neilson winning for the  ; early gang and Adie Gayton  viand Pearl Sheal winners in the  I late starters.  , ���',     The 18-hole ladies completed  the playing of a 2-day eclectic  . low net tournament. The final  day of this tournament was one  - of the wettest on record for this  .   season. Undaunted by weather  the stalwarts donned gear and  went out to brave the elements.  The results were awaited by a  full house. Marion Reeves had  taken first place in first flight  with her net 55 over the two  days. It was then announced  that Rita Hincks had taken second and Judy Forman third.  Nan Nanson had taken first  place in the second flight group.  Silence seemed to prevail  -followed by an increasing  crescendo   of   voices.   Was  something wroftg, thought the  'Charge D-Affairs'? The name  Helen seemed to prevail. A  quick meeting was called only to  discover that "never had so few  caused such a commotion  amongst so many."  It was finally announced that  an error had occurred and that  Helen Milburn's score head in  fact been missed and that she  was the winner of second place  in first llight with her fine net  56, one behind the winner. It is  rumoured that the match girls  had done all this one purpose to  get publicity in their campaign  for a seat on next year's match  committee.  The prizes, a forgotten item  in the confusion, ran from  turkeys to $2 hot poodles. A  thank you to the ladies who  made ths a year of good times  and tournaments from the  i group.  CLASSIC:  PHVNTASTIQUE:  Wiraatlilli Paal  244484  EvcCoiMt  215426  Walter Kohwh  2(2-932  Fat tast  211429  TUESDAY COFFEE:  LeeRraalr                        223441  EdtaBowdea                    269465  eNoralnllllli]                     291-793  Ten Our*  MdtNdaoa  NIGHT OWLS:  EMaFMay  Ron Webber  241455  311-715  2494M  3*4453  SWINGERS:  SECHELT GAS  Dorothy Harm  2254(4  Merle Hatdy  limit  JotMcCMdt  2324M  Miry MacLeod  275421  JlmGHchrM  259-674  TomOWier  275453  GIBSONS 'A':  Andy Lee*  257492  BevDroabofc  215429  YBCPEEWEES:  261-746  jendferHaarekxHi  116-222  EbeyWiMatii  211453  KMJohaatoa  129-245  Pese Cavalier  260497  YBC BANTAMS:  BraadoaTurenac  162-463  SLOUGH-OFFS:  Marti Uott  203-513  Dariene Huibbd  248436  YBC JUNIORS:  BerceaedalMsaaaj  25*457  Bob Hood  1(64(1  LueJfc dapper  302461  KiaRocpke-Todd  2(34(1  BALL a CHAIN:  C!trk Vol  2244M  Pm Launder*.  244441  YBC SENIORS:  DotRoWam  231459  Debbie Davidson  1(6*27  JuCanavktnd  241474  Nell dark  2M-537  Sat WIM*  316-731  MJkeMcLdlao  2364(6  aaeaaaavsaaaaataiaiiaiaaaai  eaMMMMMMM  MMMMMM Half of IhcOlMMi Brothers, I  course design for Sechell  i (Ml)  shan a filial power shake la front of their golf  Olsons tee off Sschelt 18-holsr  by BUty Morton  What costs a million bucks a  year to operate and 147 acres to  operate in?  If you said miniature golf  with a serious ego problem,  you'd be wrong. Close, but no  cigar.  But if anyone should feel like  passing cigars around, it's the  Olson Brothers, designers and  developers of golf courses for  grownup, serious students of  the sport.  And if the Olson Brothers  have thrir way, the spring of  1993 will see the opening of  their new 18-hole course, to be  built on 147 acres in Setchelt  near the arena. To be built on  leased land, and costing some  $2.6 million to fully develop,  the course will cost a million  dollars yearly to operate, and  will bring in revenue from (approximately) 350 members and  the 'thousands' of golfers, both  local, and off-Coast the Olsons  hope to attract.  Since, as Administrator  Malcolm Shanks .dryly put it,  "The Municipality of .Sechelt  has no desire to be in the golf  course business," bids were  entertained for a design/development team, and the Olson  Brothers came out first on the  tee.  At a press conference held in  one of the municipal hall's  capacious conference rooms,  Mayor Tom Meredith, dropped  in long enough to say that  "We're pleased to be dealing  with some 'home boys' so to  speak," confer his official blessings on the project, and then  leave on pressing government  business.  The Olson's proposal calls  for a 'championship' 18-hole  course that ranges in yardage  from 5500 to over 7000 yards,  and incorporates numerous  sand and water hazards. Multiple tees and spacious bent grass  greens will provide a  "memorable golf experience"  for players of all skill levels.  A fully equipped practise  range and lawn bowling facility  are also included in the development.  (But not a miniature golf  course for the rest of us).  On the Rocks  by Harry Taraff  The names are starting to roll  in for this year's play. Be sure to  get your name in for this season  so you too can join the fun.  Leagues will shortly be forming  up for men's, ladies' and mixed  piety. Last week we had some  practice sessions, and this week  we start in earnest.  We have four nights over  subscribed, but we have an open  night on Mondays, so anyone  who has an idea for Monday  evening is welcome to submit a  proposal to the dub. May we  suggest a league of .Sechelt  curlers, mixed, ladies' or men's.  You could start at 8 and finish  at 10 so it would lend itself to  the drive down and home.  Think about it. We had a very  active .Sechelt group a few years  back.  The .Seniors' League is about  to start its activities for the year.  Any men interest in curling in  the .Senior League should leave  their name at the club. If you  came by the dub, but did not  leave us your name, please drop  by .again  Curling is a sport for  everyone, so join the fun.  Phone John at the dub at  886-7512, Gary Flumerfdt, our  president at 88.6-9656. Perry  Klimchuk, our drawmaster at  8864346 or Joy Hill, our  secretary at 886-3925 and get into this year's play.  We at the club would  especially like to invite any new  members of our community to  join the dub .and enjoy the  game this winter. We are also  interested in renting out the dub  to the community when it is not  being used for curling.  Might we interest you in forming a bridfle dub for a SMur-  day night or suggest an activity  and let us determine if we can  accommodate you?  If you are not new to the cm-  munity but would like to take  Peart in the dub's activities we  would love to have you pai-  ticipating too. The more, the  merrier.  Coast News, October 14,1990 21.  Men's hocksy starts  by Mark Benson  The league schedule for the  Sunshine Coast Men's Ice  Hockey League gets underway  this week with a full slate of  games. All six teams will be  playing for k��ps to start off the  30 game schedule.  On Wednesday, October 17  at 7:30 pm Gilligans Pub Flyers  host the Wakefield Pub in the  least exhibition game of the preseason.  The Gibsons Kings and  Gilligans Flyers start off league  play at 7:30 pm on Thursday,  October 18. The Flyers improved to capture second place last  season.  Friday the 19 at 7:30 pm we  see the last year's finals matchup of the Wakefield against the  Hawks in what should be an interesting game.  The double-header on Saturday the 20 in the first game at  7:15 pm will match the Buccaneers against Roberts Creek.  Both of these teams hope to  make the playoffs this year after  falling short last season.  Ted Peters Photographer  Cfrilikmai. ZPoxbxalt eSfizalaL  Sunnycrest Mall In Gibsons  For One More Saturday  October 27  No Appointments Needed �� 10 AM to 5 PM  For a Sitting Fee of $10 you receive Six Poses  and all Proofs.    No Retakes Please On This Offer,  ftm'9           1  mm\\mW*a)  illlS   m 1  m/r'3   r.rai' ,  IM  Package available from your choice  of same Negative  ���2-8x10's ...     *____  .6-5x7'sand      *".    $9QM  ��� 6 - 3Vi x 5's roK       -fc J  Other Reprints Available At Regular Rate. Last Date To  Re-Oider For Christmas Delivery Is December 1st.  DEVELOPING, PROCESSING, PACKAGE AND OTHER REPRINTS ALL COMPLETED IN  GIBSONS IV SUNNYCREST PHOTO AND E. * E. PHOTOGRAPHY.    Modelling and Self Development  Workshop  for Adults, Teens, Pre-Teens  ��� Fashion Modelling  ��� Ramp Work  ��� Self Development ��� Etiquette  ��� Skin Care  ��� Make-up Artistry  ��� Nutrition & Health  ��� Body Care & Fitness  ��� Actlrig  ��� Working for Film  Tetovi*iorVCotTiemercleals  ��� Working with tha Camera  ��� Audition Techniques  ��� Photo Shoot wlf) Ted Patera  COAST AGAMY 6f DANCE  AND FINE ARTS  886-7160  KIOTO Nicola SMwart. by Tad Panes  . Orodeeate of Blanche MecDerjnalerae  , Casting Oersctex/Coenmerclals  Also:  ADULT DANCE CLASSES BEGINNING THIS MONTH!  MAKE TRACKS TO...  KALfTIRE  SEE US FIRST!  Our Price Includes    i  Rood Hazard Cowagej  We Sell Chains & Batteries  SECHELT TIRE  & BATTERY  5633 Wharf Rd.  885*7927  THEY'RE GOING FAST!  The discount goes up,  but the selection goes down.  Now You Can  Put All Your  .Eggs In  One Basket  Right here at home on the Sunshine'  Coast you un put all your savings  In one basket and earn...  I     I    TH PER ANNUM  fl�� ���**   ��** lor 180 days.  (Mneeeilueei [kpeetll $10,000)  The convenience ol having a term deposit at Sunshine Coast Credit  Union is an added plus too. Our staff will be happy to set up your  term deposit over the telephone, then you can simply drop in to  sign the documents.  Your teBrm deposit will appear on your regular credit union statements,  which means all your financial records are In one place within easy  access.  Deposits are guaranteed to a maxi.  mum of $100,000 per separate  deposit aeccount. per credit union by  the Credit Union Deposit Insurance  Corporation of British Columella.  Offer rm*/ expire without notice.  Nol redeemable prior lo maturity  II you are interested In Canada  Savingi Bonds you ecan pur-  chate them at Seurwhlne Coast  Credn Union as well. And yes.  we can grt th* paperwork  underway with your Instructions over the telephone.  Box 28. Mevdelra Park  B.C. V0N2H0  Telephone: 883-9531  Box 375. Teredo Square  Sschelt, BC. V0N3A0  Telephone: 885-3255  Box 715. Kern's Plaza  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  Telephone: 886-8121  ^LCOUHJDOW  .......   .���.���   _������***- .  .. 22.  Coast News, October 15,1990  GEN CONTRACTORS  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 8864101  Mon.-Fri.6-* Sat .8-6. Sun. 10-3  8  ���"SECHELT RADIATORS"���  Complele Cooling System Service Cenlre  We Rep.nr & Replace Rads. Heater Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  Ntw, Ustd ft Rebuilt  55*0 Wiisrl ft<*"P * M'wy Mm. - S I.  IOW Forestry ItiWmtl    flffgj        885-7986V  BUILDING CONTRACTORS*   ALPINE   ��� Renovations ��� Additions ���  ��� Patios ��� Retaining Walls ���  ��� Sundecks ��� Siding ���  Bui. 888-8233 ��� Res. 886-8201  -ffltf esnaiAies.  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ot  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves  ALL WORK  QIMIUNTEE  Bus  ALPINE TRUSS  Ml ./Vitas-  686-8101  NO SHIPPING  CHARGES  Trasses made here on the tnunlne Ooest  Money spent t% home stays at home.  Electrical * Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  ran ranauTM  886-3344 ��� 886-3364  ST rHUnwiy 101�� Pratt "d.  ���Sumeeea.B.avONIVO  MeaeeeaeSSS-TSSS  B.P. CONTRACTING  Custom Home Builders  Also Good Framing Crew  88S-4033       Free Esllmitet       885-7903  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits  Fred Cocker  (Leave Message)  Phone 8854065  P.O. Box 1596  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  ALPINE TRUSS  ��� Renovations  ��� Additions  ��� Patios  is   j/\, Reti  ���riPN  Retaining Walls*  Sundecks���  Siding ���  But. 886-8233 ��� Res. 8864201   FREE ESTIMATES   A ft T ENTERPRISES: ConetruoUen Servleee  Stnlng Th. Coast Sine. 1985  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aaa-aaaa  T. WOM, MX 7SJ, OIBSONS, B.C. VON IVO  CONCRETE SERVICES   ���  TTJRENNE   CONCRETE  ���POMP TRUCKS  ���CONCRETE WORK  Placing t. Finishing ol:  Basement Slabs, Patios, Driveways,  Sidewalks, Exposed Aggregate  FOB QUALITY WORK. CALL USI 886-7022  _ isr or sower"!  Swanson's  e,  -er-^rrae.;-. _.t=. .,.��� -eRtadyMts Ltd.  [.��no��mcmi��*i otiMTCH-.     -     _ accounts �����    '   *i  888*96661 I88S-S333I  9latch Plerati on the Suaeaklaa Ceesl  OlbKiea a Stchall ��� Paeedeea Harbaeai  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand A Gravel  ' N C    CONCRETE  o  LTD.  ;^SUte  SECHELT PLANT  88S-7IS0  hiving rw surasmm caur  GIBSONS PLANT  esrl        D  V I  (���'k BETTER" BOBCAT  "Complttt Bobcat SonrfcM  �����aki*4*.C4**<titg. fining WatoPavkig  CLARKE FULLER  886*8538  ELECTRICAL CONTR  BJSiS!  ��TMIPWAY~I  1 " ThHVIi  I   /Private *. Indusl.ll  1  I      High �� Low V  .    ���    Reg. No. 16135  Industrial Eleclrlcel Contractor  a, Low Vollege Power Lines  J83-948  Class A  Electrical  Contractors  .easide C^lectnc JtJ  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  886-3308  FUTURE  Excavating ft Dtvriopminti  Residential  Commercial  Industrial  Land Clearing  Satisfaction Buarantaad  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  .986-2182  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  <**       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH Of CLASS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL I  IMPROVER "35  UIX HALFMOON .W J  sss-Coast Water Haullnj  4X4, 2000 gal., self-loading,  high pressure discharge,  spray l��r  886*3411   PAwcwoM  GIlSONSj  Need this space?  nilo * P Contractl  EXCAVATING  I.T.K. EZCATATnO LTD.  Residential - Commarcial  Induitrial ��� Land Cleering  Serving the Coast lor .20 Yean  "We pride ourselves on punctuality"  yjn-toao  Boa 17U, SUnaona, B.C. VOM IVO,  - Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  ��� Purchase Timber GARY S86-95B5  .TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD. BILL 886-8361 .  CENTURY ROCK  St.w*     ����      885-5910  PLUMBING  mVN  IOAST  ��� 24 Hour Service  ��� New Construction  ��� Renovations  ��� Free Estimates  ��� Seniors' Discount  UMBING Dean Hunt  e3o�� 741, Qlbaona, B.C. VON IVO 886-8344  \uit,  CAN-DO EXCAVATING  /l^5b   580 FXTENDA-HOE, BOBCAT 743,  LOQfe   SINGLE AXLE DUMP TRUCK  . Septic Fields ��� Sand, Gravel & Top Soil  George 885-7553 or Emery 885-4854 J  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS  Fastrac BACKHOE  SEBVICE  ��� SEPTIC FULOS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS ���_....  .^.,'  ��� WATER LINES Cat 418 4X4  �� clearing Steve Jones    886-8269  R A R CONSTRUCTION  Reliable & Reasonable - No Job Too Small  DRYWALL - RENOVATIONS  Jay     866-9662     Paul  AHKAT1NO  f New Houaea  *> Renovatlona  Now Stnrlng Tht Sunshlni Coast  61 LEAVE MESSAGE  Selective Logging  Land Clearing  Excavationa  I We Buy Timber  885-3924  885-7487  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  886-2835        (vfll  18 Mill  HEATING  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Qravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site Sechelt, B.C.  Call: 886-7878       V0N 3A0 JIM ROBINSON  construction!  Renovations ��� Additions Gibsons, B.C.  lor the Professional  and the Homeowner.  RENT-IT!  CANADA INC.  HI     lUULialLUUICMbNI     JBP  V5540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885*2848.  5�� forkBijitt (Rariwior  " '         General .Sarden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rock Walls t, Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526        ���  Hi  SECHELT FIRE PUCE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sale* ft hutaUatlona  SHOWROOM Opm Tu^-Sat  J3S6 Wharf Hd, (across Irom Bus Depot) 668-7171V  1  ICS LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Secheit  fMOPaNI^^-rS .^^ HUT. CMf\  Peninsula Got  Oljv Camlem .885-7340  INSTALLATION  S��VI��  So. Il����, SaeeaaH. VW U��  CONVERSION  APPLIANCES  Craftsman  EXCAVATING  HITACHI EX120  Cell Don 885-7240 liter Spirt  J  0mmmA ��� ������ ��� I��� ��� ��� ��� ��� MT  jM ��� m  -Pbctgrrigs Schedule  I  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SERVICE  and elandtoaplng  936-2086  Need this space?  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M<      4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  Lv. Hofiaihea toy  7:30 am      3:30 pm  9:30 M       5:30 M  11:30 7:2511  1:15 pm     0:15  Lv. Earls Cm Lv. Saltery Bay  6:40 am      4:30 pm 5:45 M     3:30 pm  6:20 6:30 7:35        5:30 M  10:30 6:30 9:25 M     7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M 1130      9:30  888-8118  ���a* HHettnitetofi,  neeeeeenelH camaueeiee  ROUTE t  ��ea Name M. I Umw, Sum ft i mmm. wm Seie esse)  5:45  7:45  8:45  11:45  1:48  1:41  1:48  7:48  Gibsons Bus Schedule  'CeatwctsliM Ferry tint  MOTE!  IM eeHMameeoli. evoodc.eek SC MttUt Hum Par��|  FenyTst.  8:10  8:10  10:10  11:18  1:18  4:18  8:18  8:18  7:00*  9:00  11:00  1:08  1:88  1:88  7:88  7:30  9:30  11:30  1:30  1:18  5:18  7:18  lean ax rntlm a Mty MM  ataaaeeBeaaMtelaeHnie  FARES  Oul ol Town  In Twit  Adults Seniors Children Stud. Comm Tickets  $1.50 S1.00 .75 $1.00 11.25/ride  .75       .75     .75        75  ITPi  These transportation schedules sponsored by  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886*2000 886*9255  \        ami Can* $trrla fitrn frltrtaiy ^ofHaleitala to Sunnycrwl Wall, Olbtona. S  Im*  -   ���   ���>--���-��'-^ ���-������-��   ---   -���   ���-     -'-.   -.������---^������������������W-.^l.ti*! B-,,1-   | ���      . ���Coast News, October 14,1990 23,.  ^ettetii. ttr the, CdJtob SimP|istic Nfc  In praise of pesticides  Editor:  I am writing in response to  some of the issues rased at the  ittent public forum on her-  bieides (Vision) sponsored by  the SCEPP. The issue is relevant to me because I draw my  water from a stream that may  some day be subject to adjacent  land spraying for forest  manangement. As a practising  forester, I feel that I have the  experience to shed some light on  this controversies! issue.  It appears that the issue can  be subdivided! into two parts.  The first revolves around the  site specific use of the herbicide  Vision on a number of  cutblocks in the Roberts Creek  area. Streams that flow through  the block(s) supply potable  water to downstream residents.  The second ptirt of the controversy involves whether we  should use any herbicides or  pesticides at all.  What is a pesticide?  Pesticides are natural or ar-  tifically produced chemicals  that are used to control pests.  They can be classified as insec  ticides, herbicides, fungicides,  bacteriocides, amongst others.  Our society relies heavily on the  products and living conditions  these pesticides help create.  We add chlorine to control  bacteria in our regional water.  Hospital and recreation  facilities use pesticides to ensure  safe and sanitary conditions.  The agriculture industry relies  heavily on pesticides to provide  our society with the food that it  takes for granted. People use  pesticides in and around then-  homes to control weeds, kill p��  fleas, and preserve wood from  decay.  What a pesticide is, is a  chemical tool that is used to  support or enhance our living  conditions.  At the public forum meeting  there was a lot of talk about  risks. One popular argument  against herbicide spraying in  forestry applications was that  the risk was not zero. The majority of studies and literature  relating to the use of the pro-  dud Vision find that the risks to  health are low.  I take it on faith that these  studies are performed by  knowledgeable professionals  employed by government and  industry. In the same way, I accept on faith that the chlorine I  ingest in drinking water and  swim in at the pool also present  minimal and acceptable risk.  The issue should not be  whether any risk exists, but is  the risk low enough to not be a  threat.  The other main concern expressed at the meeting was over  site specific use of Vision  around drinking water streams.  The clear issue is that no herbicide should be permitted to  enter the water bodies on the  cutblocks in question.  My direct experience from  supervising spray projects is  that this requirement is 100 per.  cent attainable. Spraying  methods, and careful layout of  pesticide free zones around  water bodies make this possible.  In short, the pesticide must be  applied in a safe and responsible  manner.  HEATING  MARINE SERVICES  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  -CertliUd  Need this space?  Cell   tier   COASI    Nl  &  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  - CABINETS -  886-941 f  ���Showroom Kern's Plizi.Hwf 101  Open Tuesday to Saturday KM pm  weeaneer  Marina if Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 2i years  - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 8 C Ttiarmoglass 8,  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  ..'iHsMIM.  OUTBOARDS  ���  MISC SERVICES ���  WEST COAST RAILINGS^  Salvia Ihe StwahlaYa Coast  Aluminum RaUtnegs  Cofmvsrdal ft RaskJanaal MalMons  icNRoamsoN  I f ALES m HUTAILATION  ��� Commercial & Residential*  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  l�� * *f *****   Phone  ******  ajSofW*   SHOWROOM at ��������� ��lit  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tues.Frl. IMO-Bpm, Sat. StSO-Spm  .THE FLOOR STOKE AT VOUR DOOR.  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER m  CHAIN8AW LTD  731 NORTH ROAD   886l9l"��  ��� MARINE SERVICES ���  mstax   Cornell's Marine Service  WM IBSl SERVICE TO ALL MAKES  ���     HflB     Sptelilhtlng in Marc. Outbottd  _7^^*^^^fc*fc      a stern dil��t rebuilding  DIVER WT Located at  BOAT V        Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING        SHOP 886-7711     RES. WMMeV  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6462 Norwest Bay Road  888*9869       Your Authorized Dealer \  We carry a complete line ol  Animal Feeds & Supplies  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary - Fire  Music t. Sound - Intercoms  RRI4S15C17  HT  Don Walton  Bus. 886-9144  Gibsons, B.C.    Bet. B86-3304y  Complete, Conlioanial, & Prolessional  BUSINESS > PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  iCfte gaper JUll       883-9911 J  *. Motel & Campsites * Water Taui  * Marine Repairs      * Ice and Tackle    aS3-H66.  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & Beams  Chrla Napper eM6-34<M  R.R.M, se, era,  Vpibaona, B.C. VON IVO  Sutherland ^  LTD  V IM-1111 rmttt  nbmm  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Hydraulic Hose I Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Weeding Supplies  Gibsons 8M-24W u��� -.     1IL1U7  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van-ttm mm1  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  As forest harvesting .and  reforestation move closer to the  regional district lands, the impacts on residential quality of  life are going to increase. Public  involvement and airing of local  concerns must increase to meet  this reality. Alternate treatments  to herbicides will increasingly be  used to remove the negative impacts on this quality of life.  However, all treatments need  to be evaluated objectively, and  must remain cost effective. The  forest industry supplies a great  deal to the local economy, and  we require it to remain a profitable venture.  It's time for all residents of  the Sunshine Coast to slow  down and take a good look at  the pesticide issue. When local  politicians declare the regional  district a 'Pesticide Free Zone' it  shows that they really don't  understand the broad issue, and  haven't thought out an appropriate course of action.  We deserve better leadership.  I encourage every citizen to  make an effort to become more  knowledgeable about the herbicides used in forest manage-  ment, as well as how they  should be applied. A better  knowledge of treatment alternatives is also necessary to make  an inform<ed decision.  Come out and review  development plans and pre-  harvest prescriptions. Pesticides  are used in every facet of our  community. Herbicides are an  effective tool in forest management when applied in a responsible manner.  What we must have is a  responsible action from the  community.  Gordon Todd, RPF  Lied to?  Editor:  If the Official Community  Plan (OCP) for Gibsons has the  strength promised by town,  (council and its representatives in  'their dealings with the public  over Gospel Rock rezoning; the  newly tightened tree cutting  bylaw bans any tree removal  from the slope of Gospel Rock;  and the area is covered in a  development permit zone, how  on earth could homes on the  waterfront or slope of Gospel  Rock now be up for approval as  reported in both local  newspapers last wwk?  Have we been lied to all  along?  Any exception made to allow  tree removal opens up the ugly  possibility of every tree to be  removed. Application for any  development permit on the  slope requires a further political  decision of council.  Are council and staff no  longer willing to protect the  public interest?  Have all the environmental,  ecological and geographical  concerns of the public from the  OCP disappeared?  Is maximum density the only  consideration for council and  staff?  What else will council and  staff sacrifice for one  developer?  L.J. Smith  Editor:  After reading the plethora of  contemtious statements made by  Ron Wilson in his tettetr to your  paper last week, I would like to  address one of his comments.  Mr. Wilson states that only five  per cemt of students on the  Coast are registered in French  Immersion and therefore the  majority of people on the Coast  do not want the program.  I must presume that this five  per cent figure comes from  comparing the population of  immersion children with the entire school population. Ron  forgets that there is no French  Immersion offered in Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grades 6 to  12.  To accurately determine demand, one must look at the  percentage of immersion  children in Grades 2 to 5 where  the program exists. Last spring,  several board members stated  that 13 per cent of children in  Grades 1 to 4 were in immersion. Based on figures obtained  across Canada, 13 per cent is  aebove average and considered  excellent demand for a rural  aiea like ours.  Furthermore, Mr.  assumes that parents who  have their children  immersion are against the  gram. The children of  supportive parents were too  to enter the program,  were afraid to enroll their  children because the scho<9  .board was not supportive. .Still  others did not want to trucl  thdr kids any great distance t<  the immersion schools. Thi  doesn't mean they were agains  the program.  Ron doesn't seem to under;  stand that one of the main concerns the school board had for  the program was indeed in  popularity and not a lack of Cei  mand. They feared it would  draw too much from thd.  English program.  Statistically, demand for in*  mersion on the Coast exceeds  the national average and ot*  school board does want left  honour that demand.  Ron Wilson's rather legend  dary dislike for French Immer-!  sion has lead him into a realm!  of simplistic logic. It is time hej  thought a little more deeply;  about the subject. J  Don Bland  Never was a park?  \  Editor:  On September 28, 1990 a  search of the title for Block 6  and 7 (Gospel Rock) was completed by West Coast Title  Search Ltd. on behalf of  Friends of Gospel Rock.  This search shows that Block  7 did not have its title cleared of  the outstanding charges or liens  against it. The necessary  documents which would clear  this title were pending only.  This means that there was a  legal technical loophole by  which any later charges and  liens are challengable.  The covenant, attached June!  27, 1990 was not therefore at-!  tached to property with dear ti'  tie.  The bottom line is that there  never was a park that we coult��  count on in the negotiations for!  rezoning Gospel Rock.  Catherine McManus',  'Willyou have  enough income  ft you become  disabled?"  "I can analyze your disability  needa, and show you just  how much monay you're  doing to need in tha event  ol sickness or accitlent.  For personal servie-e,  call tne."  my  Th* Mutual Group  Facing Tomorrow  Together  ee Inc., Mo o< Hit MuM (Imp  NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN  CENTRE  New Testament Church  5535 Whart Rd. Sechell  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lile Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 885-4775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  ���Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formally Qlbaons Penlecoalal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 8e36-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 88.3-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  Medusa St.. Sechelt.  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For Information, please call:  885.2506 or 885-3688  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: e386-2611  SundaySchool  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "TJie Bible as It Is...  lor People as they an."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH      \  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmltt, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  SundayWorshlp 11:00am  Come Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. eSarthotomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aldan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY CHURCH  Inner eVowsr Group 7pm Tues.  Sunday Service 11am Sundays  Study Group 10am Sunday  (The laws of Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek  Call SS6-91M (lor Information)  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885-7488 Office 885-9707  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Hlldl'l Stchtlt  8:00 am ��� Eucharist  9:30 am ��� Worship and  Sunday School  St. Andrews ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffln  Rev. Dan Glfford  885-5019  ' Wt> Mmd �� MeUm wstooms to aK"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  6:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:30 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  ��� ���������..���.--.  e*iaemj^aawj.^��.-��^a.^,/j.iA.^M' '���**  a .   , ..**..  .  ,-..         ..*.-.���,- .-��� ..-���-*, '. ,.;��*^w:-v *  V, -   ��� 24.  Coast News, October 15,1990  I  ^COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  rati CATU.0B0C  5686 Cowrie St.. Bos 1219  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  185-3211 FAX M5-2IM  Van. Toll Free M4-M1S  Homes S.  Propertv  5.1 acres $59,000 close to mty.  1000' road frontage, Hydro.  886-9049. #42sr  Pond* Hartxxir view lot, sensed  to twder, uncleared, $29,900  270-2958/883-9095.       #43sr  1700 sq. It. Ranabode rancher,  ocean view, genuine bargain at  $120,000. Drive by 950 CHeryt  Ann Park Road (Lower Road.  Roberts Creek) and phone lor  appt. to view. 886-2694.    Hit  Semi-waterfront lot by owner,  65x130. serviced, very nice area,  good fishing. 3 km to village  $35.000.895-2544.        #44sr  Unique 3 bdrm. 3 balh home.  spectacular view, approx. 2500  sq. ft. 883-9418-988-4310.  mat  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  Tht Coaat News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  - IN HALFMOON BAY -  B ft J Store 885-9435  - IN SECHELT -  The Coaat News2  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  - IN DAVIS BAY -  Peninsula Market 885-9721  - IN WILSON CREEK -  Wllaon Creek Campground 885-5937  - IN ROBERTS CREEK -  Seaview Market 885-3400  - IN GIBSONS -  The Coaat Newt  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 888-2622  OPEN  Sunday, Oct.  1257 Marion Placa,  Gibsons   $139,500  Jesuit Howden. 8888729  211 Grandview  Heights Rd. $139,900  Jeannie Howden, 88*8729  Grisonthwaite. BUI & Kathy are  pleased lo announce the birth of  their daughter Lauren Margaret.  Wednesday. September 26,  weighing 8 Ib. 2 oz. A sister for  Bryndalyn and Jared. Proud  grandparents are BIN a Lena  Grisenthwaite and Bud & Celia  Fisher. Thanks to Or. Pace, Dr.  Berinslein and Diana. #42  Obituaries  MILNE: Archie, formerly ot Gibsons, passed away peacefully October 5, 1990. age 85 years.  Predeceased by his wife Edith In  1987. Survived by many relatives  and Iriends. The funeral was held  October 11, Gibsons United  Church. Gibsons BC. In Neu of  flowers, donalions to the BC  Cancer Society would be appreciated. #42  Thank You  Kelly Therien, a Ng thanks to a  Superstar real estate Lady!  Lenore and Chuck Tkachuk.  #42  1493 Bonniebrook  Heights   $269,990  DUaa Starbuck, 886-9408  Jeannie Howden, 8864729  1496 Johnston  Road $144,900  Connie Nordll, 886-7819  REALTY LTD  886-8107  Van. Toll Free: 681-3044  Best level lot on Southwood Road,  6/10 acre, school close by.  885-9323. #42sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, private, no reas. offer  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. 144s  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your offer. 866-2694.  #44s  Thsrs's always ssrvlcs wilh a smile when you  place your classifieds at B a J Store, our Friendly  People Place In Hallmoon Bay.  14'x88' - 3 Bedroom mobile on  landscaped 1> acre. 2 Storage  sheds - Gibsons area. $72,900..  8864571. #42  For sale or trade, 3 bdrm. condo,  $69,500, 3 baths, 5 appls.,  patio, quality carpets, very clean,  ocean view, nice gardens, 2  blocks from beach on level street,  easy walk to stores, schools, rec.  centre and exercise track In  beautiful Powell River. 485-4687.  #43  Pender Harbour, 5211 Wesjac  Road, 2 bedroom chalet, all services. $49,500.876-4777.   #43  Soames Point rancher, Feeney  Rd., new 3 bdrm., kilchen nook,  close to beach, 2 bathrooms,  large garage, partial view. By  owner, $139,000 offers.  886-7830. #44  Rancher. 1358 sq. It., 3 bdrm.  IVi bath, on 60x120' lot. close  to everything, Just being completed, $100,000. 886-7141.  #42  Lot 23 Central Rd., 50x105,  view, level, 3 km to ferry.  872-1064. #44sr  For sale by owner, Vi acre lot on  Gibsons Bluff, fantastic view! Ful  ly services, top access, to view,  call 886-8757. #45sr  Cochrane Road, good large  building lot, close to marina &  beaches, $27,500. 885-4501.  #43ss  Urge Gibsons Bluff view lot,  $67,500. Anne Gurney, The  Argosy Group,886-2164.     #42  $40,000 down buys you view lot  with 2 houses and $22,800/year  revenue. Owner will finance. Let  the rent do the rest. $179,000.  886-8327. #43ss  Tlte Beat Did Aiwucdl  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $/|00  4  (minimum) for 10 words  \\  25*  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREED  SuteSeK"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pay lor 2 week*, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be  PRE-PAID before insertion.  VISA ft MASTERCARD accepted   A  ���l5oo  1100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Y.eui >iel. leraturiny 1 iteim only, will run 4 run  wruliw wewks. ihern well be ;ai.c��lla>d unlets  ve. Instruct ui iii renew il BY NOON  SATURDAY. INeet availably in commercial  aelivrllwrtl  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit office* Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099,  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885*3930  Crulce Lane. Gibsons  886*2622  FAX: 886*7725 Gibsons  885-3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Do vou need some information to  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Information Sorvfca  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Sunshine Ceest Transition House  885-2944 - A sale place for  women and children In crisis.  TFN  Retired female executive in 60s  looking tor mature, cultured  gentleman for companionship.  Dog/animal lover preferred. Reply to Box 349. c/o Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON  IVO. #42  Single sincere serious w/male.  40, divorced, well travelled,  athletic, seeks petite w/lemale.  Write Box 350. c/o Coast News.  Box 460. Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0.  #42  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #46  Royal Albert China, SECHEIT  HMDWME885-2171.       TFN  Announcements  BROOKS t MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896,886-7272.886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your lamlly have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 865-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection of bMutlful personalized  wedding   Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannles Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or  distuncllonal lamilies please call  885-5281 or 888-8(65 for help.  TFN  ms\>\smmm^mWmmBmm  MewTRctloniWiKtejl  "LINENS - BOOKS  FURNITURE  OIFTVMRE  For bide  1095 Hwy. 101 at Pratt Rd.  Gibsons MMM1  UWIY CHURCH  You are welcome to join us In exploring Unity principles. Sunday  Study Group ll 10am �� Service at  1 lam. Also Inner-Power Group on  Tim. at 7pm. Call 886-9194 for  It*. TFN  \nnouncements  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coeet)  INDUSTRIAL  FIRST AID  Eve/Wkend Course begins  Nov. 23 Can roe-a-it-i  Education to RegMor at  685-2H1  OCHTURE CLWIC  G. Asikalnen, Secheit. B.C. Full  Dentures - Rellnes - Repairs -Free  Consultation. Appointments:  885-2633. #42  Are you and your My getting  enough nutrients? For testing  and correcting your nutritional  weaknesses, deficiencies and Imbalances, 885-7033 Valerie L.  Brotherton, RNC, Registered  Nutritional Consultant.       #43  Going away? Will take good care  ol your home, pets, plants, yard  evork, repairs, etc. Good refs.,  leave mess, for Dave at  885-9509,12 noon to eSpm.  #43  WANT TO FRAME YOUR  FAMILY OR FRIENDS?  Why wait lor Christmas  ��� do it mm.  SHOWPIECEJeRAMES  m  GHeeoni  Gower ft. Rd,  886^.5  Portraits with a difference. Aegina  J. Boe 888-7955. #43  PSYCHIC READINGS  Phone for appointment. Kalawna  885-4883.  #44  R8G NEW 8 USED  Midnight  Madness Sale!  Bet. 27th, 8-12  Irmymni MM 1. til  sm  Heme Support Week  October 14-20  The directors, members and administrative staff ol the Sunshine  Coast Home Support Society  would like to thank our Home  Support Workers for yet another  year of dedicated service.    #42  SECHELT HARDWARE Open Sundays, 10-4 TFN  16' fibreglass canoe lound  floating on east side ol Keats  Island (Oct. 8th). 886-2138.  #42  Grey tabby cat, Surf Circle, has  while flea collar, ea* Cecelia  885-2291 days 885-5203 eves.  m  IVls��.  Livestock  Guitar lessons available  Steve. 885-4694.  FaH Paint Sale lECHS* HARD-  WAK8B5-2171. TFN  Ovation style guitar lor sale,  cutaway with pickup and hard  shell case, $300.  Michael  886-9747. #42  Guitar lessons, ad-styles avail..  shop,  also sopranos.  Nikki  885-9091. #43  WWIs piano lor sale, $1400.  885-5398 all. 6pm. #42  c^HAGUS  %ISNNIftS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  SPCA ADOPTION  Young med. Shop. X lam., black  6 tan Shop. X male pup, also cats  and kittens. 886-7313. Golden  Lab X lem. pup 885-5734.   #42  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also full line of bird seed  And much more.  OuaMy Fens t Gardes  Supply Ud,  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SMVHM PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway  101,  Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Canine consultant, offering obedience & intruder awareness  training. Reg Robinson.  886-2382.  TFN  Art and Ina McKinnon are pleased  to annouce the marriage ol their  daughter Rachel to Warren Scott  Kyle, son of Mrs. Hazel Kyle and  Ihe late Mr. Harvey Kyle of Burnaby. The wedding took place in  CoquiUam on October 6,1990.  #42  5776 Anchor Rd.. Sechelt, uphill  from Tyee on right, look for sign.   ��4  60th Wedding Anniversary tea for  Betl and Ruth Slade on .Oct. 21  from 2-4pm at Bethel Baptist  Church, Sechelt. Everyone  welcome. #42  iAPPY  Birthday  Grandma  Looefrotn,  Clarence, Larry, Bev,  Pam, Shelley & Debbie  White Persian cat, E. Porpoise  Bay area, reward. 885-5713.  #42  OTSKOMMIIV EDUCATION  Affordable now for young families  through Canadian Scholarship  Trust Plan. Conarned? Call  885-3147. #42  LOOKING FOR SHAKLEE PRODUCTS? Nutrition supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, akin  cat. Marts 885-7484. Dale  886-3105. #42  White lem. cat with black 4  orange markings, Davis Bay area,  reward. 885-4684. #42  Lost at Dougal l*��. <>��Y'S M**  vinyl jacket wRh burgundy piping, Corvette ���written down  sleeve. 2 sman racing Hags on  front, vary special, reward. Can  Doug 886-9710 or 886-2694.  #42  Fern, medium size dog, black t  tan, double dew daws * white  iMa cadar. Pan H��MI arr  anewers to Bnndy. S8W741  #42  Kerry Blue Terriers. 886-2505.  #42  To adult loving home, spayed  Kerry Blue. 886-2505.       #42  4&  Anglo-Arab Reg. #A-A59S4,7 yr.  old bay gelding, suitable for  Western pleasure, $1000, boarding available. 885-5033.    #42  Singing canary with cage, $45.  TFNS  Buck service: registered bucks  ���show & milk, records avail.,  guaranteed breeding. Seabreeze  Saanens, 885-2373. #42  GIANT GERMAN ANGORAS,  pedigreed stock, exc. woolers.  Leslie, 885-7083. #42  Reg. miniature dachshunds puppies. Ready to go - 1st shots.  Wormed 885-9840. #42  Horse Irailer, 2 horse, electric  brakes, good condition. $1800.  886-9626. #42  Pasture required lor mare,  Sechelt/flbts. Ck. Also trailer  space for horse Irom S.  Okanagan to Sechelt. 885-7906.  #43  law Dews Hounds Reed. Basset  Kennel, expWIng an outstanding  litter due Oct. 29 CKC Registered  'from ch. stock to show homes or  lust plain loving (by prior reservation). Call Charlotte 885-2630.  #43  Oceanvlew quarter horse, horses  boarded, full cm only. Riding  lessons beginners to advanced,  lesson horse available. Phone  888-9470. #43  Goat breeding, nd brown buck  with recessive gene for curly hair.  Stall. Fee - $20. 885-2819.   m  For sale Shar-PM wrinkled pups.  Phone 888-7538 aft. 1pm.    #42  Piano Toning  *  KeaDeiaMf*  886-2843  VWIn or ITddle instruction.  MtctMUs Bruce  885-9224  Mexico, 2 return tickets, Vancouver to San Jose Del Cabo. with  1 week's accommodation, leaving Nov. 2/90, reluming Nov.  11/90. $700 ea. 886-8333. #44  Old wooden framed windows in  gd. cond., sliding paik) doors,  single or double, with or without  frames. 885-3995. #44  ,    Instructors  ���jf    Wanted  Part time    -ml  CARPENTERS,  *  ELECTRICIANS.  MECHANICS  Plant cau  Continuing Education  165-2991 (Holly) or  816-3654 ijuelial  Child's skis, poles & boots 6 binding. 886-3841. #44  Filing cabinet; adding machine; &  bookcase. Call 886-2622, ask for  Anne. TFNS  WILD MUSHROOMS for cash!  886-2844 or 886-2671.       #43  12' aluminum boat, cement mixer, home welder. 886-7421. #43  Secure parking for large truck,  Sechelt, monthly rate paid.  883-9483. #44  Pine mushrooms, upper Roberts  Creek. 885-9620. #44  Immediately: old small,  refrigerator. 885-4503 eves.  #42  Garage Sales  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant and homebaking sale,  Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooffs,  10am, Sunday, Oct. 21, table  rentals, $6. 885-9032,  885-4590. #42  Annual Craft Faire, Sat., Oct. 27,  7-gpm, Wilson Creek Hall,  dessert, coffee. #43  Yard sale ��� Sat., Oct. 20th,  10am-2pm, 2663 Robinson Rd.,  Roberts Creek, Hwy. 101.    #42  Barter ��. Trade  Backhoe work lor carpentry  work. 886-3910 or 885-9011.   #43  Toys!   Toys!   Toys!   MCH8.T  HARDWAK885-2171.       TFN  GE washer, white 2 speed,  multicycle, w/axtta rinse, $329;  Viking washer, white, 1 speed,  $279; Gibsons Venus 16' almond, 2 dr. FF fridge, L-hand  door, Hke new, $479; Kenmore  washer I dryer, HD matching  ���a, $679; GE MedaNon 70 IB'  white, 2 door, FF. $479; Maytag,  ���wocado dryer. $267; Whirlpool  30" almond self-clean Move.  1539: Viking Copperton, 30"  stove, self-clean, $359; SlmoHd-  ly (deluxe) 2 speed, 2cycle, H.  Gold wisher, $2$7. AS recond.  ���nd guaranteed lor go days to 2  years. Corner Cupboard,  685-4434, B|om, 885-7887. #42  _i_���:_*.*-���-* t-  ���;z:l  ; * --   -* .* -���^x^-.^*.��^yw^"erv- . Coast News, October 14,1990  25.  Finders    f>  Keepers \w  Antiques. .  Colleciibles ��� Jewellery  2nd Hand ��� Furniture  Tools ' Building Supplies  Oi" Nee. Locieloee  TO H��y, 101, Qlbao.es  Acroaa Irom Dt Vnes   M6-4551  1 Ton truckload of  885-5150.  #42  Rich pecan dining room suite, 4  chairs, 2 leaves, matching china  cabinet and hutch. $lt00.  885-4553. #42  BRNO rllle 30.06. Model ZKK600  with Zeiss scope, Diatal ZF41S.  $700,885-5173 #42  Sea kayak, German made 15'.  collapsible wilh paddle,  spraysklrt, $800: Mylor blinds, 1  large wide. 2 short narrow: antique style dinlngroom light fixture  plus assorted other light fixtures  886-2258. #43  Woodburning cookstove with  oven, warming ovens, and hot  water tank, works well. $600.  886-8665. #42  Paint sprayer, air-less 1000  Wagner. $500886-9626.     #42  RESAW 36" handsaw, 5 hp,  elec $1300, Tim. 886-8218 or  886-9289 #42  FRIG/FREEZER combination {50.  Tim 886-8218 or 886-9259.  #42  Woodsman airtight wood stove.  $500. 885-5786 alter 5 pm.  #42  Panasonic microwave & convection oven. Owen size waterbed  886-8962 ah. 5 pm. #42  7 HP 26" Craftsman ride-em  lawnmower. $400. 883-2476.  #44  Thickness planer 16"x8" as  new, $1000; birch 2x4 rough  sawn KD 184 lineal feet. $184;  Leigh 24" Dovetail jig. new,  $375; wood lathe, good beginner  model. $140; router and table,  $135; (towelling jig, new. $75.  All prices lirm. 885-3406.    #42  Moving sale, heavy duty almond  dryer. 2 yrs. old, $200. Phone  all. 6pm 886-3013. #42  Do-it-yourself storage shed pkg.,  custom built, assorted sizes,  Alpine Truss 886-8233.  886-8201 eves. #44  HAY $4 00/bale  ORGANIC APPLES 8 POTATOES  STEWING CHICKENS $1 00/ea  Phone 885-9357  TFN  Enterprise cast iron hot air wood  burning lurnace with heat exchanger, good cond., $300; new  cast iron watertront, $50; 2 new  30 gal. steel water tanks. $40 ea.  885-3684. #42  Nurses uniform, size 14 $10;  RCA, VCR and camera $750;  1976 Ford truck $850: Boy's  skates, size 11, new $45; size  13. $25.885-7093. #42  T a S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pick up or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  863-9907  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  White  moulded   fibreglass  bathtub. $100.886-4743. #44sr  Wood stove, gd. quality, old  Findlay airtight, easily heats  1200-1690 sq. II., asking $250.  886-8562. TFNS  Freezer, 20cu.lt.. $150; Iridge.  15 cu. tl.. $100; both in gd.  cond.; pool lable with accessories. $150. 886-4949.  #42  WHI buy used or non-working major appliances. 885-7897.    #42  Rocky Mountain "Fusion"  mountain bike. 21 sp. Shimano  hypergllde. orig. componentry  and brake set. upgraded to Deore  XT 2 linger brake levers, Rltctiey  quad tires, grab-on grips, great  oltioad bike $575; 18" frame.  Allegro eiackcomb 18 speed  mountain bike, totally rebuilt,  newly painted. Shimano Deore  components. 2 finger brake  levers. Tioga TBone stem,  Prestige handlebars. Farmer  John Tires. 19" Irame. $575.  Days 886 9394, eves 886-9355.  #43  20' and 31' Common trusses  w/gables, 266" dual pitch with  gable, 41 flat trusses, 20' span.  Prices negotiable. Alpine Truss.  886-8233, 886-8201 evenings.  #43  Craftsman  ride-a-long   lawn  mower  $500.  At   Kelly's  Lawnmower Service, Gibsons.  #42  Mm's mountain Dike, Norco  Bush Pilot, 21 speed, as new.  $250. 886-7265 alter 5 pm.  #42  Overweight? Diet disc, program,  balanced nutrition daily, eating  the foods you love eating, the  foods you love, losing 10-29 lbs.  In one month. 1-250-9796.   #42  Handyman torch kit. $700 OBO.  Restaurant size meat siicer  "Blnexba" $500 OBO.  886-4631. Ray. #42  Kenmore 15 cu It. dew If"'-  Whits, good condilion. $200.  886-2553. #42  Moving sale, 16x20' shed,  already taken down. $350 with  15'x9' leanto; solarium alum.  Irame wilh wood pony wall,  $500: Sears gas lawnmower. gd.  ���cond.. $250 OBO. View at blue  house, Knight Road off Chaster.  #42  One   standup   Ireezer.  886-8558.  $100.  TFN  Double carved cedar entry door,  c/w frame & hardware: IBM colour jelprinler, 2 Tandy deluxe  joysticks. 885-5870. #44  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  Sales &  Rentals  New & Used  1104140 I.e.do Sqeeara  (bahlnu Trl-Pteolo)  885-4888  Electrolux vacuum with  powerhead and attachments;  electric range, bathroom.  886-2671. #43  250 gal. beer and wine maker.  886-2844. #43  Stroller, car seat, change table,  F.P. nursery monitor, outbound  backpack. 686-2647. #43  1500 psl Honda powered MCS  pressure washer, like new,  $1500 OBO. 886-3001.      #46s  1 pair Bose 501 speakers, $350  OBO. Phone alter 5. 886-8293.  #43  Firewood  Fir, hemlock, balsam, spill and  delivered. $100 cord. 885-5032.  #43  Roll bar to fit S.B. Import, $250  OBO. 886-3487. #43  1 waterbed with zippered cover &  headboard. $100.886-7462. #43  Recliner chair, exc. cond., muted  green vinyl, $100;bathtub, sink,  toilet, pink, $125. 886-2558.  #43  Alder firewood, $100 a load, will  deliver. 886-8974. #43  Hide-a-bed exc. cond., beige  with small pattern, $300.  886-3614. #43  280 Remington rllle with scope,  perfect cond., $400. Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  Full size Nuova Simonelll  Espresso-Cappuclno machine  with colfee grinder. Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  SMR VHF hand held radio, $300.  885-7977. #43  23" TV console c/w remote.  $250; Indoor manual walker, exerciser, $25.885-3737.      #44  Chesterlield and chair with maple  wood trim, excellent condition,  $500,886-2673. #44  Marina I Industrial Disss)  Engines - John Deere 4 cyl., turbo complete with Borg Warner 3  to 1 gear, coder starter, alternator, etc. Ready lo drop In. 100  HP Intermittent 85 HP continuous, $11,000. Detroit Diesel  4-71 marine or industrial model  number 1063-7000, complele  rebuild by lactory dealer,  $10,000: Detroit Diesel 4-53  marine or Industrial complete  rebuild by factory dealer, $7,500.  Call Westwind Mechanical Services Ltd. 886-4577. #43  Deluxe electric stove, solid  elements, exc. cond., almond,  $350,885-4739. #43  Large size shag carpet, modern  colours. 11x12', $60. Phone aft.  4pm 885-4503. #42  Brand new Apollo 10 spd. bike,  won in gott tournament. $200  885-5426. #43  One wood lathe, gd shape;  modelT Ford car, 1925, 90S  restored. 4 truck tires, 9.50  R16 5 Phone 883-9976.      #43  Moving sale: 2 cream Krohler  dressers: 2 bed tables; mirror  3'x5' plate: large 3-way  bathroom mirror; light blue  drapes, 20' head; lire irons;  grate; dogs; antique clock; glass-  brass coffee & sofa tables. All  quality items. 885-6010.      #43  CAN'T OCT CREDIT?  Trying to establish credit?  Claimed bankruptcy?  We Can Help!  $3,090 credit limit available.  No turn-downs - limited otter  Phono 1-632-2688  8 am to 10 pm daily.  Savin copy machine. $200 OBO  885-7927 #42  Wood stoves, small Fisher air-  light. $250; large Cozy Comfort.  $450; both ULC/CSA approv.  and in gd. cond 885-1904.  #42  Zero clearance fireplace with 21'  chimney, $200. 886-4851.   #42  9x7 panelled wooden garage door  with all attachments, plus Stanley  deluxe auto door opener with  remote control, $600 OBO; 52"  bed & box spring plus sleel spring base. $125; ladies' Sekine 5  spd. bike. $75 ladies' skates,  like new. size 8. $30. Lynn  886-7795. #43  Large Fisher wood stove,  catalytic converter, exc. cond.,  $500.885-5345 eves. #44  Lowrey organ, Magic Genie chord  system, bench, books, exc.  cond., $800 OBO. 883-2179.  #44  Computer IBM compatible w/30  meg harddrive. monitor programs  incl., new cond.. $1100.  886-8356. #45ss  Firewood lor sale, seasoned  maple, $80/cord. you pick up.  886-7774, ask for Alice.       #44  18a.  Heavy  Equipment  16' steel dumptruck box, new  hoist cylinder and pump, plus  sawdust extension box.  886-7064. #45s  1973 MF70 backhoe loader.  Phone 886-9834. #42  Allis  Chambers.  #44  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1980 Chev Malibu, 91.000 miles.  6 auto, good shape, $1750 OBO.  883-9423. #42sr  1983 Aries wagon. 130.000 kms.  35-40 m/p/g. exc. cond.,  sacrilice $3500 firm. 886-2945.  #44sr  1979 Ford T/bird. lots of new  parts, $1900 OBO. 885-1943.  #46s  '83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. aulo.  $3000 OBO. 885-3790       #44s  '82 Volvo SW. Overdrive, exc.  condition, inside & oul. $7500.  885-3790 #44s  87' Jetta. 60.000 km, 5 sp.  AM/FM cass., snows, 2 year  warranty remaining. $8500.  885-4794. #44sr  1979 Chevy Chevette, '81  engine, new snow lires. exc. tunning cond. very little rust,  $1200 886-3001 #43ss  Allordable, dependable transportation: 1980 Dalsun 510, hatchback. AM/FM cassette, A/C,  motor rebuilt 2 years ago, good  tires, great car for college/high  school student, cheap to insure.  $850 OBO. Lynn 883-2923.  #42  1977 Toyola Celica. recent  brakes, muffler, tune-up, new  batter. Cassette w/eq.. all bills.  Runs well $1400 OBO. 886-8685.  #42  1984 VW Rabbit GTI, 5 spd.  sunrool. 1 owner. $6500!  885-9840. #42  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #44sr  1985 Toyola Tercel, auto., good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #44sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #44sr  1976 Buick Skylark, 4 dr. 306  auto., reliable trans. $650.  885-7113. #43sr  '74 Jeep Cherokee, beater,  works fine, first $400 takes  886-4788. #44  VW. goldmine, shaft and all. first  b$200 takes, all parts.  886-4788. #42  '74 Datsun B210. runs great.  $500.886-4788. 144  1986 Nissan 300ZX. GL version  loaded, cruise, tilt. air. PS/PB.  alarm. AM/FM. cass.. well kept.  $13,500. 886-9006 eves.     #44  1988 Nissan mufti 4X4. 5 spd..  48000 kms., sxc. cond.. 4 yrs  warranty lett. one owner, non  smoker, consumers best buy.  $13,000 OBO 885-5505.     #44  1972 Cortina standard, gd  mechn cond . $400. 886-8510  #45ss  1980 Toyota Tercel, runs good,  $1500.886-8356. #44  '87 Escort GL. 5 spd., 1.9 I  premium sound syslem, $6500  OBO. 883-9993. #44  1975 Chevy van, runs good,  $1000.886-3501. #44  '74 Buick Skyhawk, runs well,  lor pals. $250.883-2948.   #42  '67 Volvo 123 GT, new motor,  new brakes, new interior, $3000  lirm. 886-3111. #43s  1975 Olds Cutlass. $550.  883-2289. #42  1985 Camaro V6, 5 Speed.  64000 kms.. Asking $7500.  886-8160. #42  1980 Toyota Tercel, good cond..  $1900.885-4870. #42  1978 Ford Capri Ghia. V6.4 sp..  new rubber, good body, runs  well, must sell, $1300 OBO.  886-9127. #43ss  1981 Mazda GLC. standard, runs  well. $1150 OBO. 886-4624. #42  76 Honda Civic, only $700, no  time to waste, call now! Anna  886-2108. #43ss  1981 Chev Citation. 4 cyl., auto,  new tires, $2100. 885-3205  eves. #42  1981  Chevy Impala. excellent  shape, low mileage. 883-2915;  #43  75 Volare SW. auto, runs well.  $900 OBO. 885-2604 or]  885-9060. #43i  1976 Buick Century 2 dr.. P/S,  P/B, auto, low mileage, reliable  transportation. $800 lirm. Call  886-4568. #43  1975 VW van. 93,000 mi., good  running cond., $1800.  885-5747. #43  1974 MG Midget, new top,  brakes, carb., waler pump, tune-  up. battery, low miles, $3600.  885-5747. #43  1973 Volvo, $500. 885-8986.  #42  1978 Chev* ton Road Warrior',  runs, gd braxes. some rust,  $500 OBO 886-2108.      #45ss  1977 Ford ciew cab pickup,  equipment Irailer. 20' deck with  all new planking, wiring, paint,  elec. brakes, lights & reflectors  886-8411. #44  1969 3 ton Chevy flaldeck. exc.  run, cond.. needs inspection.  $3500.886-3001. #45s  '76 Dodge pickup, some rust.  Brian 886-7463. #44  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #42sr  '84 Nissan kingcab. canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp.. 68.000 ml., new  rubber S6200 OBO. 886 4664  #42sr  '67 Chev V; ton. 6 cyl., 3 sp.,  $600 OBO 885-2836.       #44sr  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellular.  Make an offer. 886-8116.  #46sr  1978 Ford FI50 newly rebuilt  engine, new brakes, ball., tires,  $3000 OBO. 885-5896 eves.  #45s  1986 Ford F250 4x4.6 9L diesel.  low kms. Super cab. $14,500.  885-1949. #45s  1979 Ford Econoline % Ion, aulo,  P/S, cruise control, $1500 OBO.  686-9064 eves. #42  1987 Ford Ranger, 5 speed, 0/D,  89.000 km. AM/FM cassette. No  rusl. Excellent condition $6,900.  886-3223. #42  1988 4x4, Dodge Dakota, midsize  ft Ion. 5 Speed, VB. 3.9L, Propane. Many extras $11,777.  886-9621. #42  Dune Buggy! Fibreglass, lull  canopy, new molor, new ex?  haust. big lires, semi-slreet  legal, perfect lor hunting or trail;  $1150 OBO 886-8428.        #44  Good commuter car, 79 Dalsun,  2 dr., exc. run. cond.. $700  OBO. 886-7222. #45ss  1974 Triumph Spitfire, new  engine, new pain!, extra sel ol  alum, mag wheels. $2900 080.  Possible Irade lor boat, molor &  trailer. 885-4019 #43  74 Maverick, $400 OBO.  886-2686. #43  1971 Volvo 144 S needs work,  sell or Irade lor WHY., $500  value. 885-7906 #43  1977 TR7 Triumph, 4 spd . new  rebuill engine, $4800 060  886-9880 #43  1982 Olds Cullas Supreme new  350 engine, installed. S1650  886-8921 #44ss  1968 Malibu In exc condition.  Recent rebuild. 350,4 spd.. new  tires, brakes & clutch, bumpers  etc. Too much to list. 886-4735.  #43  1982 Olds Omega. One owner  $3500. Phone 886-7853.     #43  1981 Datsun 210. 4 dr sedan,  A.T. needs camshaft. $500 080.  1983 Toyota Corolla SW. A.T. 4  dr. $1800 OBO. 886-3487.   #43  1981 Chev. Boogie Van, sink,  Icebox. $5000 OBO. 883-2890  #43  1981 Honda Accord 5 sp.. 2 dr.  hatchback. 6 wheels & tires.  $2000 firm. 885-5061 #43  78 Datsun B210, winter beater,  runs great, what oilers'  886-3861. #44  1980 Pontiac Parisienne. Salari 8  pass. SW, P/W, P/L, A/C. S/A  etc., $2200.886-7837.       #44  '86 Skoda $2000 OBO, In running condition or lor pads. Phone  Kalawna 885-4883. #��4  76 V, Ton Ford PU. 390,  automalic. camperette. 961  CemetaryHd.,$11,000.      #42  1972 Ford % ton, camper  special. No rust. $3000 OBO.  8B6-2563. #42  1978 Ford 150, raised rool, V8,  automalic, PS, PB. $2000 OBO.  886-9626. #43ss  1977 Ford F250 Ranger 4X4,  newly rebuill engine, exc. cond..  no rust. 883-9109/922-1988  ev*. #43  1987 Dodge Ram, D50, 2.61'  Hngine. 5 spd.. slereo. long box,  he'd. mat. unique box cover, only  36,000 km. Still on warranty.  $8000(180.885-9531.        #43  1980 Ford % Ton Supervan. 351  Aulo., good condilion. $2500  Firm. 885-9333. #43  74 Ford 4X4. 8000 Ib. Warn  winch, 8' Camper, $2200.  885-2452. #42  1979 Chev 1 Ion, 350 Cl. steel  deck, $2500 885-7100.  #42  Campers  79 VW camper, new CVs, KYB  gas shocks, many new items,  $3000 Arm. 886-3111.     #43sr  18' Holidaire 73, exc. cond..  asking $4800. 886-4813.   #45s  1978 Prowler Irailer, 23ft', rear  bdrm.. lots of closets, large  Iridge. separate Ireezer. forced  air turn., shower bath. $8800.  885-4851. #42  1989 Klt-Calay 5th wheel, lully  equip.. 100 miles, $19,900 OBO.  885-7575.       #42  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Lai's get together anil sell  youi RVuiul It we can't sell  il we ll buy il fiee Appimsal  ���ind pickup anywlieie  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTO.  ie.ee.... 1-800-663-4234  D7363  1975 VW Wesllalia camper van.  AM/FM cassette. 70.000 miles  on rebuilt 2e,00cc engine, very  clean, recently tuned and brake  job. must sell. $3500.886-9196.  #42  1978 21' Vanguard, Ford  chassis, low mileage, lully equipped, very good condition.  15,000. Phone cellular number  671-1202. #43  73 Wesllalia. rebuilt engine, new  brakes, Iront needs work, gd.  value, even lor pails. $1100.  885-6335. #43  16' Vanguard trailer, $1800.  886-9243. #43  27' Airstream. new rugs, beds  and (Ires, all the extras, $10,900  OBO 885-1942. #42  Lo-knesr Travel Traier, 17', gd.  cond., everything works, $3000.  886-4659. #44  OUTIOAROS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition.   Lowes   Resort.  883-2456 TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  'Carkxta. N 43' D-lrcence packer  $28,000.  K   Farrell 883-2458  weekends or gen/del. Egmont.  #42s.  'MceBeth' 45' onshore ketch.  7000 Autohelm. tracks accurate  courses, from Loran automatically. Extra heavy steel construction,  examine slip BIO Gibsons  Marina 886-2830 #44sr  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner  galvanized Highliner trailer, etc  exc. cond.. $5900 turn  886-8382 #44s'  25' Apollo 225 Meic. I/O  w/trailer. $12,500 OBO.  8B3-9440 #41sr  1974 - 28 It. Steal  Tug Billy Brandon'  Reg. tonnage - t.u  8V-71 Detroit Diesel  Reg. # on 368756  Vancouver. Condilion Good  Localed at Port Mellon, BC  Tel: Glen Williams. HSPP  1604) 884-5223  <l***aB��*l**��***4  20' 'Paceship' Daysailker and  trailer, comes fully equip , plus  extras, $1950 OBO. 886-8504.  #44  ���WHITS 111.  M.C.M.M.C    M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.8.V.C.   -Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  JmWL  Wanted tn  Rent  Exp sailor looking for liveaOard  lor rent, or small cabin or work  exheange for lower rent. Midaal  886-9747. 02  Garage in Gibsons a  double 885-5036.  Enduiance 35' Pilot House Cutter  auto helm. Loran C video lish  Under. 5 sails, stereo diesel  engine & slove. Slip B-23 Gibsons Marina 886-9696     #45sr  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  with Chrysler bemi. well-  equipped wetb 01 without C  licence 883-9555 #45sr  *����a  42' Cruise-a-home house boat,  sleeps 9. exc. cond.. $29,500  OBO. 885-1943. #42s  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec / 90.  leaturing new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 w;  Loran C. new fenders & brackels.  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid, new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders (5|  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500. 885-7977.  #428  SUNSHINE COAST  YACHTS  Laxatedat  Gibsons Marina  Fall Hours 10 AM - Dark  Open 7 Daya A V/rxk  18' Double Eagle, 200 HP  OuteSeinrd, trailer Offers  17'CnlOlosa-Chcv Engine,  trailer $6000  18' Glsispnr, rrnllcr, needs  meeteir $2950  I8vi'   Fihcrfeer.il   Hiirdl.ep,  full Convene, iraiUr, S5 HP  Omheeiird $J500  18' Bcllhuoy, Volvei Engine  ���Si Lcr $4000  20' Hourston, V8-880 Leu,  FAe-nlcr cooled, clcnn, on  trailer $10,500  22' Sen Rnv, Merc V8,  FAi-.m-reeeeele-d     $11,900  Runabouts To  Livr-aboardi ��� Drop In &  Disrms Your Nttds Or Pftonr  886-2628  18' boat, deep haul I/O 4 cyl���  Volvo penla 280 Volvo leg.  $5000.886-8367 #44ss  11' 3 comp haidwood lloor In-  flatable boal 885-4699     #44ss  19ft' Sangsler 150 Johnson EZ  loader trailer, skis, lile jackets,  anchor, oars, inboard lanks. plus  day lank, $4500. 886-3001.  #45ss  21' wood sailboat inboard motor,  survey. $1800 OBO. view at blue  house Knight Rd. oil Chaster.  #42  Mobile Homes  20' Glasply cabin cruiser. 2ft  yrs warranty on 115 hp Merc  0/B (new last Apr . only 19 hrs  use) Incl 8 5 Merc kicker, new  canvas lop. new deplh sounder,  stove, icebox, bail lank.  $13,500 883 2779 #43ss  Wide 12ft' aluminum boat &  Irailer. elec  start. 20 hp Merc.  0/B near new marine battery.  new deplh sounder. CB radio, rod  holders & ancboi. all lor $1850  OBO 13' wide lee-bull fibreglass . Large bdrm.. share balance-ol  boal wilh steering wheel, $495  OBO. 885-7738 #42  ef.   +  Biand new quality 3 bdrm. split  level home, 4 appls.. near beaoi,  Sechelt area, avail. Nov. 1, %rS>.  885-5626 or Vancouvsr  228-8343. #42  Gibsons. 3 bdrm. home wth  view, new pailn. new carpet.'2  full bathrooms, avail. Nov. 6,  $975 plus utils. 255-2044.     ."   y  Avail. Nov. 1. 5 appls.. *4  skylights. 3 bdrm.. 2 lull battti.  large fireplace. Rbts. CC  $950/mo. 886-2694. #44  Furnished room. view. doss, to  lerry. utils incl.. N/S private enlrance & shower. $500/i��p.  886-7394 AM  Futn&htd Hesse Mr Lotto - H  bdim 2ft bath, quiet privacy  with greal view on the Bluff lin  Gibsons; many extras; avail. Dec.  1/90 lor a year. Term  negotiable, prefer bonded & N/S.  886-2437 tn   412  Porpoise Bay, new 3 bdra.  home, ocean view, one Mop  from beach, lease $995 pies  utils. avail. Nov. 1. 255-2044.':   ��  Gibsons. 4 bdrm.  carpet, new paint, big yard,  baths,   $950   plus   utile!  255-2044.  Ll  Kill  1  WHY PAY  RENT  If you wish to buy i  home but have little or  no down payment, we  may be able to help.  Family Space Available  Call Collecl  REGAl HOMES  597-3322  22' H/T cruiser, 225 OMC. VHF.  sounder, bail lank, winch, head,  sink, slove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim labs, 425 houis  moorage till Aug. 91. $6200.  886-4690. #43s  12ft'   Boston   Whaler   style.  comes with trailer. 20 HP Merc.  $1500 firm. 886-4733 evenings  #44s  VHS marine radio Seavox-25. 25  W. including marine fibreglass  antenna. $150. 886-4743.  #45s  23.5' Fibeiglass C Lie crab boal  needs woik. Boat $2000. Lie  $250 a tool. 886-2942       #45s  14' C licenced fibeiglass cod  boat. New motor. Call 883-9234  #45s  22' C-license. $275 per loot  883-9380 aller 6 pm, #42  22' Reinell. cabin w/head. sink.  slove. dinelle. new painl. new  lloor: engine, bed. all new power  propulsion: 10 hrs on new 5 0  LX Alpha One. new 230 in alum  lank. last, comly, includ. H/Duty  nailer. $14,500. 883-9380 aller  6 pm. #42  26' Bayliner, Nissan 6 cylinder  diesel. 270 Volvo leg . needs  some work 886-8087 #4?  GULF ISLAND 29  F/G. FWC atomic lour, veiy well-  equipped and in truly Bristol con  dltlon, a safe, exceptionally  seaworthy coastal cruise).  $27,500 883-2745 eves     #42  12' Lund aluminum boat. 9.6  Merc. Top condilion. $1400  886-2500. #43ss  Swap or sell, 34' tug boal.  886-2459. #43  24' FG. I/O, F/W cooled, lully  equipped, VHF, CB, nailer,  dinghy. $11,500. 886-8440.  #43  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry. dual  hyd. str. live bait tank. VHF/CB,  slereo, sounder, $7950 OBO.  885-2814.885-2515        #44sr  18' Sangster 120 hp r cyl I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond  $4250 OeSO. 886-9047.     #44si  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services B86-2246. #42#  16' Glasscralt. 115 hp oulboard  molor 8 trailer $4500 OBO.  885-9042. #44  Spend Ihe winler in Ihe sun! In  Mesa, Arizona. 'Mecca' Park.  Model Irailer in leading trailer  park. 12x40' plus 5x10' slide-  oul on living loom, queen size  bed, glass-enclosed tub-shower,  lull size range. 25 cu. II. side by  side freezer/fridge wilh ice &  chilled waler dispensers. 2  reclining chairs, sola-bed, dining  table & cbnirs. Camei'air conditioning/heating unit, all in very  good condilion Foi info call  886-2104. #43  NEW PARK  Gibsons Area  Single 8e Doubles  New Homes Only  Reseive Now loi November  Occupancy  Buy iVow * San  Ihe OST  REGAL HOMES  597-3322 <c��llec<>  Condo tor rent,  Nov. through April Jolly Rog*  Inn, unil 302. 2 bdrm. with-J  new beds, completely furnt,  microwave, barbecue, stereel  washer, dryer, linen and towel*,  $850/mo.. Fred Vancouver  1-324-8214. #44  New 2 bdrm. duplex, beautihl  view, close to lerry. Grantharns  Landing, $650. avail. Nov. 1a  Phone 1-416-889-4860 colled  between 4-8pmBC time.      #4J  3 bdrm. house lor responsible  couple and theii 3 well-behavei  kids. Sechelt to Hallmoon Bay, 'a\  as far as Davis Bay it rent "  reasonable. Bruce or Ol  885-6158. #4*  2 responsible females wish  rent reasonably priced 2 bdrm.  ome to care lor and love as  own. Please call 886-2686 ..  886-9187. #4J  3  Ouiel cabin on acreage for womaj  and cal. Roberls Creek to Pender  Harbour. 885-2391 message #4*  GARAGE FOR WINTER FOMM  OF CAR. 886-7781. #4$  Show us a charming 2-3 bdrm,-  Rbls. Ck. home, we'll show yoi  caring and reliable tenants, ext  rels. 885-5189.  3  K  lo Slock al  IN MAC  tt/elc  Oil Fillets. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Geai. elc.  Phont Jay at 886-2031  1986 KXI25.  886-9557  Re-Brit.  $1350  #42sr  81 Kawi 1000,1 Headei. good  rubber. Like new. Fast.  8855492 #42sr  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislatkaf  prohibits advertising whicj  discriminates in the rental ol property For example a person whj  stipulates "no children" as "a  condilion of rental would be in  violation of the Family Status and-  the Human Rights Acts. Tlte  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Caatt News  will tbeieloie nol accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parlies, weddings.  equipment rental. Vvonne  885-4610 TFN  MINI-STORAGE  886-8628  #42  large   boal  883-1122  60x30.  #42  Apl tor renl. Secret Cove. KM  885-936801885-3533.       TFN  2 commercial shops lor rent.  886-9500 (anytime). 694 Hwy.  lOt&Ciucil TFN  One bdrm. home, close to  terry/shopping. N/S. resp.  gardeners, please Iv. mess.  886-9499. rels. req.. avail. Nov.  1. $650.  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.          ****  cond. 1000 kms��� asking $2500 1 bdrm. cottage, Roberts Creek.  or Irade. Phone 886-4690. #44sr $550 includes hydro and cable.  1983 HondaShadow. 750cc. for 88M567 *2  pails. $125 OBO. 886-9066. Madeira Park, waterfront suite.  #44s furnished, 1 bedroom. 467-2140    or883-9177. #42  '84 Honda Sabre. V65, 1100 cc.  $3000 OBO. 886-2264.      #44s  Gibsons:   Attractive   new   3  bedroom, view townhouse, car-  750 Honda motorcycle, full fair- Port. Refs. Avail. Nov. 1st. $850.  ing. moving, musl sell. $900 1 year lease only. 865-5659.  OBO. 883-9215. #42 #42  1980 Yamaha 650 Special. Low Mature person wanted to share  mileage. $690 or Irade W.H.Y. view home in Davis Bay. Own  883-2952. #45ss balhroom. $350/month plus heat     6  damage  deposit.   Roth  1985 Honda XL 600R, street nl8857233 ���  trail bike, exc. cond.. 900 kms. Room for rent in Gibsons Dally  $2000 OBO. 886-7265 alt. 5pm. rate $25,  weekly $160.  OH  #44 886-8097. #43  f  .   -. ��� -^~. ...���,.����� i-juntae-^w.-- .-A'=_~<L.'-^' ���_ -^^Lli,  :--^-iScs=*t*==_--!s *. .*>.  Coast I lews, October 15,1990  3 bdrm. waterfront house Pender  Harbour, avail, immed. $650.  883-9446 leave mess.  #42  1 bdrm. $650 (semi-furnished).  2 bdrm. $750 (includes Hydro)  Marine Dr. 886-2260. #42  I bdrm. watertront home, furniture optional, $300, Madeira  Park. 883-9110. #44  One bedroom apartment close lo  Sechell, $450/mo . utils. incl.  885-4493. #42  ,i Pender Harbour 2 bdrm. waterlronl cottage, newly renovated,  j -lully lurnished. utilities included,  ���:$700/mo.. rels. req. Call Keith  0643-7433 collect. #44  ! Large well kept 3 bdrm. w/t cot-  ;  lage, partly lurnished, Rbls. Ck.,  ���;avail. immed., tor 6 mos., $700,  Rob 886-2277 or 1-921-9939.  #42  Mature person tor shared accommodations. New, 2 bdrm. apt.  lower Gibsons. Nov. 1 886-3420  01886-2679. #43  Shared accommodations in large  new house. $150/wk. or  $600/mo. Gibsons. Call alter  7pm 886 8952. #43  Room lor rent. $150 per week,  $500 pei month, rural Rbts. Ck.  885-5734. #44  2/3   bedroom   apts.   avail..'  mrnules Irom lerry. 886-7516.  #43  Granlhams view cottage, sunny t  bdrm & den. large deck, new  ikea kilchen. 4 new appl.. cal or  no dogs. Nov. 1. $700 & utils.  rels. lease, deposit. 886-3983.  #42  INDUSTRIAL  SHOPS  |1500 sq. It & 2300 sq. tt  Healed with Offices  & Washrooms  886-2911  3 bdrm.. 2 bath, view home.  Davis Bay. I/place, appls.. N/S.  1 yr. lease minimum. $800 Dec.  1.885-9558. #42  Gibsons older home. 2 bdrm.  avail.. Nov. 1, $460/mo.  1-685-1744. #42  3 bdrm. W/F Garden eBay home  with dock, long term lease avail  furn. or unfurn., avail. Immed.  $700 or $625 without dock.  1-478-8280. #44  Waterfront  home,  $1IOO/mo.  886-9587. #44,  bdrm. rancher 1 Wick Iran  Sunnycrtit Mal, 4 appNancti.  carport, Mg yard, avtilabtt Nov.  lit. Cal 1-644-4*16. #41  2 bedioom cabin, Sechelt area,  avail Nov. 1 to June 30. $500  plus  utils.   Suil  single fern.  885-3295 Dave Austin. #43  Quiel NS to share spacious fully  lurnished and equipped condo.  November, no pets, woman  prelerred, cleaning service provided. $500 and share healing.  886-9441 #41  Furnished rooming house. Lower  Gibsons. $300. $350. $450.  shared bathroom, kitchen, sitting  room, washer, dryer, hydro included. 886-8306. #41  Sunshine In your lift Octobtr 31.  #41  Bedioom with shared accommodations, Lower Gibsons, quiet  area. 886-9330 eves. #42  1 Bedroom apart. Heat & light incl. Rels. N/S. No pets. 1 Working person. $400 plus security  deposit. 886-9233 #41  Trailer   space available.   All  facilities. Very private. Roberts  Creek   $250 per   month.  885-9535. #41  Help Wanted  SCHEDULING CLERK  Part-lime position ��� approx. 25  hrs./wk. -$10/hr. Must be well-  organized, have high tolerance  lor change; ability to maintain accurate, detailed records; ability to  communicate effectively in person  & by telephone. Previous office  experience in a health-related setting an asset. Send resume with  hand-written covering letter by  Oct. 29/90 to Sunshine Coast  Home Support Sociely, Box  2420. Sechelt. BC VON 3A0. #43  Bookkeeping opportunity, leading  to full lime employment, talk to  Anne, Coast News. Gibsons.  886-2622. TFN  Help Wanted  Wanted. 2 labourers lor improvement work at Pender Harbour Golf  Club. $400 lor 36 hr work week,  must have own trans.. UIC recipients only need apply. Contact  Craig at 883-9577 #44  Full lime position available in Kitchen Cabinet Showroom. Tues.  thru Sat.. 9:30 am to 5 pm. Call  886-9411 #43  Helper required for construction,  must have own transportation.  Fred 885-6065. #42  NEW CAB COMPANV  Dispatchers  Wanted  LMve Message  885-3900  ttte auHSrtmcs comma  Ladles. LITE HIS FIRE while in-  creasing your income with Loving  Promises Lingerie. Quality made,  erotic and best ol all, sized for  Real People Potential rep's call  (604)576-8674 or  (800)621-2936  #44  Major appliance repair man with  gas ticket to work lull or pan lime  on Ihe Sunshine Coast.  885-3318 #44  A professionally prepared resume  gets results. Call ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES 885-5212    #43  Help Wanted  emuNTEiM man  Secretary - Needed for  Heritage Society. One  meeting per month but some  extra time is needed now to  type letters, etc.  One World, One Sky -Kite  event on Oct. 14th needs  people to help put up posters  in the next two weeks.  Ptrmt 6 Tit Drip In -Needs  some help with the babies or  in the kitchen on Monday in  Sechelt. between 9am-12  noon. On Tuesday, at Wilson  Creek, between 9am-12  noon. Musical ability would  be extremely appreciated.  For then ind men oppor-  lunlllti, please onttct tin  Volunteer Action Cintrt it  885-9181  Attention: Earn up to $800 or  more/week working al home.  100's ol companies need your  help. Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1206-298-8075  Ext. H25. #45  Suit semi-retired person with a  Class 3 driver's licence. Cu!  lirewood by machine 8 deliver.  Flexible hours. Send brief  resume, PO Box 177, Port  Mellon. BC VON 2S0. #42  Aulo Trader magazine requires  reliable distributor lor Thurs. only  deliveries in Sechelt area.  430-4500 Diane Nickel.       #42  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  Requires immediately:  Special Education Teaching Assistant at  Pender Harbour Secondary School  The position is 5 hours per day, Monday to Friday.  The candidate musl meet general S.E.T.A. requirements. Behaviour management courses, experience and skills are necessary, along with strong  first aid skills and training, including familiarity with  epileptic seizures. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience working with students  who are severely and profoundly mentally handicapped.  Salary rate is $13.41 (to start). Inquiries should be  directed to Mr. Dave Wilt, Principal, Pender Harbour  Secondary School. Applications should be submitted  lo the Director of Personnel, P.O. Box 220, Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. prior to Monday, October 22,1990.  Help Wanted  NEW CAB COMPANY  Taxi Drivers  Wanted With Class 4 Licence  685-3900  Waitresses  Bartenders  ft Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Motor Inn   886-2804'  29.  Business 8,  Home Services  North Pacilic Boat Building, a  division ol Tolan Developments  Ltd. repair and restoration,  cabinets, etc. wood and  fibreglass boats, call Roland at  885-4847. #44  Pacilic Construction, a division ol  Tolan Development Ltd., renovations, basements, drywall, T-bar  ceilings, suspended drywall ceilings, finishing carpentry. For free  'estimates call Roland 885-4847.  GUYSCAPES  Small tractor service. Small  backhoe. 2 Iront loaded. Retota-  ling our iptclaWy! Call Brian  1886-4507 or Guy 886-3104.  #43  ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES lor  all your secretarial needs.  Resumes, letters, essays.  J885-5212. #43  WANTED  2 Labourers hr  improvement work at  ������Pender Harbour Coif Cowmi  $400 for 36-hour work week  must have own transportation  UIC Recipients only need apply  Contact Craig at 883-9577  Electrical renovations, repairs,  additions and new installations.  Workmanship guaranteed, Iree  estimates. 886-3861. #44  Now on the Sunshine Coast.  Solve your odour problems with  Nonscents. Absorbs smoke,  animal smells, chemicals, and  anything lhat stinks! 885-6108  Chuck. #44  Brush  cutting,  clearing  and  J removal, call Dave 885-3692.  I \ #43  Bob's Ptintkig  For all your decorating needs. 20  years experience. 885-4804. #43  Em's Place Is opening Wednesday. LOVELY HOMEMADE  LADIES FASHIONS 689 North  Rd. #44  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 90 Newepapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,400,000 homes and a potential two million readera  $195. lor 28 wordi ($3.70 per each additional word)  Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  3-JD740ASKIDDERSIorsele.  1S74, 1984 and 1987 models.  Woek orders available. In good  condilion. Ready to work. Wei-  ley, (403)9624061 or (403)554-  Qat, Medium Duly trucks. OMC  clearance. Will consider trades.  Padet OMC Ltd. CoquiUam.  (604)526-4566. Jack Burton or  Norm Day,  VOLVO -GM. Heavy Dumps. 5  Instock, nadytogo. 250hp-425  hp. PacllcQMC Ltd..CoquiUam.  (604)8264566. Jack Burton or  NomiDay.  BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  START YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT business, even spare  lime. No money or experience.  Since 1946. Free brochure:  Wade Wodd Trade, do Cdn.  Smal Business Inst., Depl wt,  1140 Mamy Rd. N. ��1, Scaitor-  ough, Ontario. M1H1H4.  81' Landing Barge, established  butkiea, M.V. Palaguin. 15 T.  capedly. Dlewl, V.H.F., Radar,  110V.. $85,000 liem. (604)333-  8788, evenings, 7SS-BM2, cellular. Opee-afti Luquttl, French  Creek, ParieaviN ant.  Prottabat kxm mainland weekly  ntewptptr. For Inlormalion reply  to Box #4168, Peace Arch Newt,  133S, Johnson Road. White  Rook, B.C., V4B3Z3.  Fabric and Sewing Medline  ���Shop. $500,000 annual tain.  BeeutW Filter Valley. Retiring  dler32tuexesdulyeara. Excel-  M return on investment. Box  9800, c/o Chilliwack Progress,  46880, SpaaTna, ChHwadt, B.C.,  V2P6H9.  Qroceiy doro grossing apjjroxl-  reeloly $300,000 a year Indudti  IxMhg with $40,000 ttock -  188,000 pka $12,000 mortgage.  14unl motes! plus living quarters.  Selling due to retirement,  UO0.0OO. BettiakatMhlneMor  d B.C., three mate Irom tHIil. I-  862-1633.  COMMO EVENTS  Cretf Pereone. Lknkedtpaetdl  ovaM*>. Nanaimo Craft Fdr,  Man Paik, November Z7.26.2S.  RegWritlon: phone 360-2103,  76M2S4 or Write: Box 462,  Namkra,V8R8LB.  ���LANKETCLAMm)  MM  Anadvertamg-eJeelBue/l  .EDUCATION  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM.  Make your future Ikvtncfaily secure. Join Ceirade'itMed growing Industry. CoeoWngitareceM-  tlon-ixod career. Sfun ketone  Inking. Eety flrancfd leime.  Gov't funding. PIERRE  DUBRULLE CULINARY  SCHOOL. 736-3156. Toellreefn  B.C. 1-800-667-7286.  ���MONEY MAKeNG OPPORTUNITIES! Loom Inoome Tax Prep*  ration. Freebrochuret. NoobB-  gellon. UARTexServkai.205-  1345 Ptmbine Highway, Win-  nipog.MB. R3T2B6.1-80O��eS-  5144. Exclusive fearechiaaienfto.  liet available.  FOR SALE NHC  SAVE HEATWO $$$$$. Farnoue  Valey Comfort add-on a oombl-  naUon wood-elaclric lumacea  end heatere. Contact your local  detler, or VaUty Comlod Syt-  lemt Ine., fox 777, Ptntkaon,  BC. V2A6Y7.  For til your computer needi el  daeount prion meed: The Pe-  it>henlCM>,otoDlgtecCompu.  em, (604)533-8279 or tend  SAS.E. (76) r\ti ill- envelope to: 7580 -202 A Street. Langley. B.C., V3A 4P7 lor a free  ���aM^ande^rteamalon,  Used Ooi Car Blowout Selel  Ytarend whclttale inventory  Cletrence. Wt have Ck/bcart,  Ytmahat, S-ZGaS, gat nd  ektclr1clrom$600lo$3.e300. For  neerett location lo you cat  (403)3266688, (604)8684962,  (604)2464111. We it* anywhere. "Snow Plough atlech-  mtrettv**!*)'  1977 immemorial 392 motor, 64  peeeingiredioolbut. Btdeao-  oepttd unlet 3 pm, October 11,  1660. Hlghtdoraiybldnrtnoo-  teaarly accepted. Settled lon-  dore marked 1677 School hue.  FormomlnlofiiwItoniOeanlBCl: BM  Pemar, Maintenance SupeM-  ear, School OiHrict f 10, (Arrow  Lakee), Box 340, Nekuap, B.C.,  V0G1R0,266-3638.  REPLACEMENT FILTERS for  BtONAIRE air purifiers at dfe-  count prion. CU collect  (604J652-0668; or write ON-  AIRE,Box202,.9aanlchkin,V0S  1M0. SPECIAL: BTppD air  "* 679,98.  Wide Horizon, Tundra eSwane by  1466. OurevecW636B. (Piesay-  mertonV). Tht Image Oaltry,  (604)3K��M0. Older- ~  00000*1130,1680.  FOR SALE MISC  THE PAPER RECYCLER -Com-  pMeptepermaking kit. Yeucon  make Invtlauone, cards, writing  paper,enve��lopMetc.in1/2hour  from |unk mal. Thlt kit haa received rave reviews Irom oon-  eumart tnd experts and waa  teen on Ihe newt on KVOS,  CKVU, BCTV, CHEK and CBC* ���  AlttmoonShoW. $29.1)6 plea lax  and 63 pottage. Mayor credl  cardt wkh expiry dale, chequet  or money oiriera toK J. Manultc-  tunng. #202-6272 East Boule-  vtrd, Vancouver, B.C. V8M3V7.  Fnoeaejort Raman Eqiapped. High  epeed Fingeijolnttr, Tl HoW,  Chop Sewt, Moider Planer. MuM  Rip, Lumlar Doliet and Bint.  Forkin, Satvdinl System and Bin.  Phone (804)662-37g3,��-5.  HELP WANTED  Early chldtiood Edueatore. Under 3 training edvantageoue.  Good heath and poailivt outlook  importeinl. Chldren't Chelengi,  520-OhAvtnut.Kamaxpe.V2C  3R7 or cel 6284676.  TOPS'N'TRENDS-Join a winning Item! See how eaiy kit  etiitlng your own Faihkm Buat-  ntei lor et Mo at 8179. Cal  Lynn: 1-60O-26M670.   WANTED: 69 ptceplt lo loot 10-  29 baJmontte wkh rtvdutexmtry  DIETDISC.AtteenonT.V.lun,  simple tnd 100% natural. Guar-  anttetd renin. Dodor recom-  mtndid. 1-80O68S-2405  Train to menage an ApartmenV  axTejonWum complex. The gov-  tmmml loeneed honaotuly eer-  tlkatlmlreeduedeilreepleoimtnl  auMtnot. Free brochure:  (604)681-5456. Or RMTI, 1120-  788W.Pendtr,V��icouvtr,B.C.,  V6C1H2.  WEST FRASER MILLS LTD, Pa-  ,,U1M   msmmmamatt   ***  ���-- -    ma., j   a  one iwh MMoumi uivMian  Warded: beedorHReead Logging  C<**ad�� lor ipproidnwitly  30,000 cut*; mttere. For turther  Ouenttrom at the Pacllc Inleind  ReeouroeeOWot,P.O.e9ox3l30,  Smlhert, B.C. VOJ 2N0, or  phone:847-26M Metteeledpar-  tiw lectybyOOotar 31,1960.  2 HeOHLY 8KH1ED log buMkeg  . iewlwea'anrilw|aii loejukoJ  lordeedyorpeuHlmtwork. Log  Home eioUe (4631.9664110.  QijertMerialkHa Ikaiikeilaut  ^Lr^mmmt^ZammT"SL  ���k OwfSMt Efnpoymwt  MoeW Royd, OuKac. H3P 3C7  HELPWANTED  -I-  EXPERIENCE WORKING  OVERSEAS: Eur>ope then Ihe  South PadHc wlh the Inlema-  Uetnal eAgricuhurat Exchange At-  todalion. Programe lor people  1840 wlh agrioitureVhodiculure  experience are Mil open. Please  phone (403)244.1814.   DOUG MARSHALL MOTOR  CITY. 11044 -100 St., Grande  Prairie. AB, T8V 2N1. requires  licensed auto mechanic. GM  experience preferred. Excellent  benetiti avalable. Conlad G.  Hunt, (403)5324333.   SORT OF RETIRED? Eamextra  Inoome promoting National Organisation Net $500 monthly  Income. Paitlkne.Sdays/month.  Security deport. Cal: Bob  Thatcher, (604)279-7971.  REPORTER - Photographer  wanted lor the Jaaper Sootier.  Send reeume end teary expeda-  llon lo Jatpetr Booetet, Be* 640,  Jttper.AB.TOEIEO.   SERVICE MANAGER - Tine  PexvakMorakiVkScderequkMa  filly ti pt .fenced prolttilonel lo  like conpeMt chtrgt dour tem-  loedtepaitmenl. Mud lave had  oontlderable experience (failing  wlh automotive mandadurera  and be adept wlh computer program!, mnanln do. Poetknli  ivtHebteimmedidtly. Cal Make  Jensen al 1(604)385-6737 ex  662-7464.  640 BILLION DOLLAR INDUSTRY. Thebuitkaoo-aortefilyd  your Me. LlettyleiDlilCooklei.  Dynamic Heelh Produd. Healhy  weiephlkai and high energy. In-  credMe prone and Ireeaom to  woek your own houre. Ad now,  while your territory Ie Ml untapped. 1400466-1727.  Workalhome. Eamuplo$100-  6300 e day commaukm. Take  phone orden lor PiMUher.  People Ceil you. (604)869-7979,  exl.132.  LIVESTOCK  BLACK MOUNTAIN LIMOUSIN  1ST Production tale, Saluiday,  Odober 27,1 p.m. at Horedly,  B.C. Seling bred lufelood tnd  purebred lemelet, ipso heler  Mfvee end long yeeietag bttVe.  Canted: uoyd Antypowich.  (403)620-3567.  PERSONALS  ���**ovah'e Wknotoot, fritndt  ���tjdhnajee-lindou lade He  focWydoeern want you to know.  Hte^r^meeiage, 1-2744687  or wile: Box 73, Mow. BC  VOQIeSO. ���-***-��. "���*>���  PERSONALS  FREE PERSONAUTY TE8T.  Your ptreonaiydtlenrilnet your  lulure. Know why? ColthoDla-  nettkahedlia. 14004674786.  CHRISTIAN DATELINE. Wtpro-  ���aledeiespcenelileoaenlkanlUlnlro-  dudion Mnrkae. Weertotdl-  nted to Chritlitn principles ind  Midlengmtanlnglulralatkin.thka.  Canada-wide. Box 1682, Station  ���A',KaOWNA,VlY6M3.  ABOUT TIME! A del lhal realy  wexktl Lote poundadndai.  Galntnergy. Did DbK It 100%  giaranttetd. Dejctor recommended. Cel Into Ine: 1400-  6664003,tol free.  REAL ESTATE  OEVELOPER LIQUIDATION.  OSOYOOS, B.C. Fulyaervicod  R.V. ilea In Paradet Park R.V.  Reeoit unW Oddar 31M only.  26% de*ooertle��aah,nookalng  ���xelt. Terme end India oorald-  erad. Free two nighl day (MM  amiable and advarae reeerva-  Ion). Cal: 6664622, (Vanoou-  ver) or 4967670 (Otoyoot).  6ERVICM  MAJOR CBC and m|my daknt.  Jod A.Werar, I rial lawyer lor 22  yean. Cal cdled: (604)736-  6600. Contingency leea aval-  aMe, mtuedln B.C. only.  TRADE  TRADEI 1984TripleE,26'mdor  home. Wll Irade lor lumlar, pty-  wood or enythlng d value.  Phone: (403)4474333.  TRAVEL  AUSTRAUAMEW ZEALAND.  Caltta8outhPadllc^tcltld,  ANZATravd. Venoouvei/Auck-  lewid, return liom 68691061*66.  Venoouver/8ydney mum Irom  61.146 10 81,679. Vanoouwr  cal: 734-7726. TdHree: 1400-  9724928.    WANTED  BC.tnd Yukon CMilxilcre Low  inveetmenl, high presd. No oom-  petlevm. Excekakie terrlory.  letonty maker world wide.  $1  Money maker woek  ���eaempa. llraoleCWh,Bo��6eS,  NewHa��lcn,B.C.,V0J2J0.  eMANKCTCLAetatnEO  AM  FOr only 8166.00 plaoe yaw  detailed ad In over 100  Communily newspaper  IhroughodB.C.indtheYu-  tion. Contad your kxal  raeapaper  9222 for mon  29.  Business 4.  Home Services  " H0me PROFESSIONAL  1 STEAM CLEANING  Carpdi .��..  fowearui raucimoumio  tOUIPMENI  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  ��mnaw or >e�� miws  ���EEBLESSTIIEE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Pemoval. Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.        TFN  Typing service available,  manuscripts, term papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604.   #42  Phdographer. Degree in Fine  Arts. Weddings, commercial,  portraits, etc. 886-8288.     143  Work Wanted  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Phone alt. 6pm.  8867830. TFN  MOUNTAINSIDE  P6ESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roofs, paint  stripping, palios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks. swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free Estimate  885-7473. TFN  HOUSE PAINTING  Interior and exterior. Call Samuel  Dill 886-3678. #44  Luc Lottie, painting, Interior, exterior, 10 yrs. exp. 886-9379.  #42  ODD JOBS  Home repairs, plumbing, elec.,  painling, fence building, etc. Al!  work guaranteed. Reasonable  rates, seniors discount. Call John  at 885-3159. #42  Experienced carpenter/handyman available for additions,  renovations, repairs, new construction, also minor plumbing  and electrical. 883-2898.     #42  00 YOU NEED  Landscape malnt., weedeating,  brush cutting, rubbish removal,  hedge trimming, window  washing, firewood. Skip's  Maintenance Service, 885-2373.  #42  Handyman: carpentry, drywall,  concrete, painting pressure  washing, hauling, no |ob loo  small. Alan 886-8741.        #42  Carpenter, 4 years exp. Framing,  siding, decking. Fencing 8  Renovations. 886-8288.      #43  HANDV MAN - You break 'em, I  make 'em. Large or small, please  call Chris 886-2260. #43  Are you tired ol looking for, bul  not finding the right clothes lhat  fit well? Have them made by a  prolessional dressmaker. I also  do repairs and alterations. Elra at  886-4568. #43  Reliable man/men available lor  garden labour, other day jobs.  Gibsons/Rbts. Ck. Rob  886-3822. #43  Work Wanted  Good Earth Cleaning Services lor  a clean house with a clean future  call Miriam 886-2426 alt. 5pm.  #43  Carpenter available for renovations, additions and repairs  -references - Call Stewart  685-6140. #44  Carpentry renovations, additions,  realigning walls, patios,  Itbreglassnig. WHV, call Tom at  886-7652. #44  Handyman, all jobs looked at,  minor plumbing a specialty.  883-9278. #44  Want your house cleaned? Two  responsible young adults willing  to work. Please call Heather  886-6190. #44  Child Care  Help! Expecting Mom (Dec.)  needs part-time help wilh 2%  year old 613 mo. Flexible hours,  negotiable 886-2749. #44  Malure llexlb le person needed  lor commuting Rbls. Ck. parents.  Occasional child minding aller  school (boys 7 8 14 yrs.) Solme  housekeeping and meal preparation. Call Lisa 1-255-8337 or  885-6219 aft. Oct. 19. #44  Mother of one will babysit one  girl, age 2V? and up. part time.  886-7375. #42  Mother ol one will sit at own  home, Monday-Friday at Comeau  Trailer Park. 886-8287.       #42  Reliable babysitter needed for 2  pre-schoolers, my home or yours.  Phone 886-4834 evenings,  886-2000 days. #42  Wanted: mature person to look  alter 9 month old. 6 Hours/day, 5  days per week. Relerences required. 886-3625 (mornings).  #42  Molly Mouse Daycare  Spaces available. 18 Months to  school age. Fun-filled, caring environment  with   ECE  certified  stall. Phone 886-3913.        e��  Child care in Rbt. Ck. tor children  2 yrs. and up in small family centre by ECE mom. Drop-ins  welcome. Phone Sheahan Bennie  at 886-8822. #43  32.  Business  Opportunities  For sale ��� Salmon smoking  operation, complete portable  business, move to your sile  -smoker, vacuum packer, walk-  in freezer, refrigerated delivery  van. etc. $75,000.1-875-9231.  #43  After 4-5 months full or part time  you can earn up to $10,000 per  month or more. 885-7897 eves.  #42  Business  Opportunities  New Age - Fabulous skin and  hair care products an tare.  Order lor personal use or tree  distributorship training. Great  opportunity. Make txtra cash.  F/T 6 P/T, supplement your Income, inlo available. Please  phone Linda 883-2523.      #42  Start now ��� Local Amway  distributor otters opportunity lor  good earnings. You pick the  hours, we assist you. For appointment call 865-7144 or  886-9479. #60  NOTICE OF eVriWVAL NO.  AE10492  ISSUED UNDER THE  PROVISIONS OF  THE WASTE MANAGEMENT  ACT, S.6.C. 1682, C.41, IN  THE NAME OF HOWE  SOUND PULP AND PAPER  LIMITED  Take notice that Approval No.  AE10492 has been Issued lor  tho discharge of effluent  consisting primarily ol  cooling water and storm  water from a pulp and paper  mill located at Port Mellon,  B.C. lo Thornbrough Channel  ol Howe Sound.  The Approval consists of  authorization to diichtrgt tht  iffluent during Mi ptriod  Irom September 26, 1990 te  Dtctmbtr 27,1990 with the  lokowing conditions:  1. Maximum quantity ol  76.000 cubic metres per day.  2. Effluent quality to be  nontoxic and to have pH -  6.0 - B.5 and maximum  temperature aa 35��C.  3. Monitoring ol effluent.  A copy of the Approval may  be viewed at 15326 - 103A  Avenue, Surrey, British  Columbia, V3R 7A2,  (telephone: 584-8822),  during normal business  hours.  Dated at Surrey, Oct. 3,1990  E.M. Lawson  Assistant Regional Waste  Manager  NOTICE  TO CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  MARGARET ELIZABETH  SUNN, ottitrwlM known aa  MARGARET SUNN and  MARGARET E. SLINN  lormerly of Cedarvlew. RR 1,  GIBSONS, BC VON 1V0  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that creditors and others  having claims against Ihe  Estate ol Ihe above deceased  are required lo send lull particulars ol such claims to tha  Executor. Patrick Charles  Slinn, c/o W.C. GORHAM,  Esq., Barrister and Solicitor,  268-2025 West 42nd  Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.  V6M 2B5 on or belore the  12th day ol November 1990  alter which date the Estate's  assets will be distributed  having regard only to claims  that have been received.  PATRICK CHARLES SLINN,  Executor  By: W.C. GORHAM  ITS SOLICITOR  ^IT'S LIKE FINDING A HANDFUL OF CASl  WHIN YOU UM WANT AM TO till WHAT YOU DON'T NMD.  a  Survival Wldiriaii Flnt AM Coursi (34 hrs.) will be olfered In Gibsons, starling  Ocl. 23. For inlormation call Eileen, 886-4943.  Or. John McDougil "Eat yiur way te Dynamic Hulh" Oct 20th. 9:30 - 5:30 &  7:30 - 8:30. UBC Sub tickets 228-2711.  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee meeting on Oct. 15 at 7:30 pm at Roberts  Creek School Llbtary will lealure a speaker on 'Ihe Persian Gull and Canadian  security'. Everyone welcome.  Mltrkt tl Suite* Concirntd Cttlzim Alloc, general meeling Tues. Ocl IE a!  7:30 pm at Greenecourl Hall. Everyone welcome.  Half Family Church lamr Sat., Oct. 20. 10-2 In Ihe hall behind the church.  Free admission, crafts, baking, white elephant.  SherncHItt Auxiliary monthly meeting Tues.. Ocl. 16 at 1:30 pm in the con-  lerence room.  SC luiiimi�� Proltiilenil Womin's Club dinner meeting will be at Pronto's al  6pm Tues., Ocl. 16. We will be having a 'weekender' fashion show. For Inlo  Carolyne 885-9029 or Freida 885-9557.  GibiMts fciiKk F.O.S. video 'Understanding Schizophrenia' Mon.. Oct. 15 at  7:30 pm at the Garibaldi Health Unit, S. Fletcher Rd.. Gibsons. Also to be shown  Mon., Oct. 22 at 1:30 pm at Harmony Hall. Discussion to follow, all welcome. For  Into 886-3534.  (trim-Tot Drip-In begins Mon., Oct. 15 at St. Hilda's Hall Sechelt and Tues.,  Oct. 16 at Wilson Creek Community Hall from 9:30 to 11:30 am.  album's Qutriach - Tho next organizational meeting, will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 17; 1980 al 7:30 pm in the Burk Block In Lower Gibsons.  GibiMts dultkit Group ��� Meeting to be held Thurs., Ocl. 18th at 10 am. New  members welcome, 888-8763.  PM Natal BaiSH - Tues., Ocl 30th at Sechelt Health Unit Irom 7 til 9 pm.  Everyone welcome. Registration: Jeanette McBain, 885-7777.  Tontmistirs International - October meeting - Oct. 24th. Greenecourl Hall,  Sechell at 7:15pm.  Selma Park Cmaudty Centra Iriendly crib club and social evening will commence Fri., Oct. 19 and every 1st and 3rd Friday therealfer. Community Hall Is  located at Selma Park on Highway 101. New members welcome.  Debtees Landing Herkage StcWy Invites you to an evening extravaganza ol  entertainment and superb fashions at the Mariners Restaurant lower Gibsons on  Sun., Oct. 21 from 7 to 10 pm. Tickets S20 per person Includes hor-d-ouvres  and 2 glasses of bubbly.  CinaeTaa rttaetstt if Untvttilty Women of the Sunshine Coast October meeting  11:30 am Mon, Oct. 22 ai Kirkland House. For Info call 885-9569.  Neat SetteM FM tank Wed., Oct. 17 Irom 1 to 2:30 pm at the traitor behind  Community Sendees Bktg. For into call 885-5881.  '      '���   - ���'���'' ���  -*-"    ^uatflitfMefaf,  "���J-::-: :���-���-���*--������- ::'���������?���-- j ^^wt.f>vr>e.����>^A^. Coast News, October 14,1990  27.  Home support workers   Gardening in autumn  earn Coast kudos  by Rose Nicholson  The Sunshine Coast will be  celebrating, along with the rest  of Canada, the fifth Annual  Home Support Week from October 14 to 20.  But nearly every day of the  year 60 Home Support Workers  go into the homes of 400 people  on the Sunshine Coast and help  them by doing housework,  preparing meals, giving assistance with bathing and personal  care, doing the shopping or running errands, or help with child  care.  Five thousand hours of this  assistance every month makes it  possible for seniors or those  who are disabaled to stay in the  comfort of Iheir own hornets  and also shortens the hospital  stay for young mothers and  those who are recovering from  illnesses.  In addition, Respite Workers  give a few hours of relief to  those who have the full time  care of a disabled adult, and  Meals on Wheels volunteer  drivers deliver hot, nutritious,  inexpensive meals three times a  week to those who may find  cooking difficult.  The   Adult   Day   Care   at  Kirkland Centre in Wilson  Creek gives an opportunity for  a weekly social outing for those  who are confined to their  homes. Exercises, games, crafts  and outings provide a bright  spot for those who seldom  would have the opportunity to  leave their homes.  Volunteers in the Hospice  Program give support to those  who have life-threatening illnesses. They visit in homers, care  facilities and the hospital and  provide support to families and  friends, as well as those who are  ill.  The Homemaker Service,  predecessor of the Home Support Society, began on the Sunshine Coast in the 1960's as a  volunteer service.  From 1974 to 1987, it was  one of the services of the Sunshine Coasl Community Services Socirty, and in 1987 the  Sunshine Coast Home Support  Society was established as an independent, non-profit organization.  The Ministry of Health's  Long Term Care Program is the  main purchaser of the society's  services, along with the Ministry  of Social Services and Housing,  ICBC, Workers' Compensation  Board and persons who pay  privately.  Statistics recently released by  Victoria show that Home Care  support that enables people to  stay in their own homes for  longer periods of time has  sharply reduced the use of  hospital and other facilities. At  an average cost of $100,000 to  build one facility bed and  $200,000 to build one hospital  bed, the long term savings in tax  dollars is substantial.  Home Support Services account for two per cent or $103  million of BC's total health  budget of $4.3 billion. Wilh  operating costs of $500 a day  for acute care hospital beds,  Home Support Services result in  a significant saving of tax  dollars.  But government funding provides support for only a portion  of the services provided by the  SCHSS. The Hospice program  is entirely dependent on community donations and the Meals  on Wheels program partially  relies on donations.  For more information, call  the Home Support office at  885-5144, or call in at the office  at 202 Teredo Square in Sechelt.  Welcome to all newcomers  and would-be gardeners. Here  on the Sunshine Coast during  our mild autumns, gardeners  should take full advantage of  ideal planting conditions for  shrubs, trees, shrub perennials  and ground covers.  While the soil is still warm  even into November, most root  systems become well established  ed, promoting rapid plant  growth in the spring, and do not  suffer from transplanting shock  at this time.  Perennials can tie divided  with two forks back to back and  pried apart with less damage to  roots after five years growth.  Give unwanted roots to a  garden club or friends.  Collect all garden refuse,  vegetation and decayed stems  and rake leaves in preparation  for your compost heap. Slugs  and pests will have nowhere to  hide.  What is composting? It's the  result of a natural process that  breaks down vegetation into a  rich material that can be used as  a soil conditioner. By disposing  of garden waste, grass clippings,  and leaves (do not use fats or  kitchen plate scraps).  We will have a free source of  soil conditioner. Landfills will  be reduced .and we aid our environment. The Canadian Office of Energy is looking into  designs of compost bins for  home use that discourages raccoons, skunks and rats. A  report will be given in next  week's copy.  The next meeting of the Gibsons Garden Club will lie  Thursday, October 18 at 7:30  pm in the Marine Room below  the library. Old and new  members and guests welcome.  The speaker, Mr. Bob Hudson,  will speak on the subject of  roses.  Lions contribute  The Gibsons Lions Cub,  through this newspaper, would  like to thank the community for  their support in the various  money raising events of the  club.  During the past year tlte club  has assisted the following  groups and individuals:  Gibsons Swimming Pool,  $1020; summer camps for  children, $550; CARE, $100;  Timmy's Telethon, $383.20;  light for group home, $21.19;  International Camp, Girl  Guides, $300; assistance for  privale individuals, $155.66;  Camp Squamish, $100; Memorials, Pender Harbour Cinic,  $25, Cancer Clinic, $25 and  Sunshine Coast Bursary Society, $1000.  Elphinstone Museum, $50;  Easter Seal House, $35; Low  Vision Clinic, $100; Town of  Gibsons, trees and shrubs,  $100;     Sunshine    Coast  Notes from  school board  by Rose Nicholson  School Trustees will be attending the South Coast Branch  Meeting of the BC Trustees  .Association which will be held  at the Coast Mountain Outdoor  School near Pemberton on October 19 and 20. There will be a  business meeting, a seminar  conducted by Steve Bareham  and Jeremy Cato and a toitr of  the outdoor school.  The Ministry of Education  has authorized an increase of  $580,000 for the Chatelech  Secondary School building project that will cover the additional amounts tendered on the  original building and the  asbestos removal project.  The new maintenance building for the district will be officially opened on October 19.  Find enrollment for the current school year has been  established at 3169-students, up  by about 150 from last year.  Periodic overcrowding on the  Swhelt area school buses may  mean that walk limits will have  to be enforced and those  children living closest to the  school may not be able to ride  to school.  A pilot Passport for Apprenticeship Program has been initiated in Pender Harbour as  part of the district's Work Ex-  perience Program.  A letter will be written to BC  universities requesting information about their plans for  preparing future teachers in  light of the Year 2000 requirements.  A letter was received from the  Postal Consumers Association  asking for the board's support  of the association's objections  to a joint presentation by  Canada Post and MacDonald's  Restaurants of an issue of a  series of stamps that depicts  legendary creatures in a  frightening way.  The letter also objects to the  idea that a government agency  is opening "the doors of our  public schools to a fast food  chain intent on getting our  school kids hooked on junk  food."  ABBEY'S  Fait Ft&htffi  SPECIAL  I here'i not a window In your house  that wouldn't look better dretted In  the lean, dean Inet ol Abbey one-  liKh mini Mixta. Energy affldant mini  Mnde���In a teleet gaiety ol colours  - art even more attractlva ed thlt  ���pedal price.  Manufacturer'* Fall Special  beauty and tun control toil your evkedoea* toe only  ROBERT HONEY   INTERIORS  Decoratqrs for Fine Homes  885-4044  5639 Wharf Road, Sechelt  Tues. ��� Fri., 12:30-4 pm  Breakaway, $100; Canadian  Blind Golfers Assoc., $50;  Lions Easter Seal (donation/Port Mellon), $650; K  Crippled Children (dona-  tion/HSPP), $600; LCIF ���  Melvin Jones Fellowship, $100.  New members are needed to  ensure future support for the  club's service projects.  Membership is open to both  men and women. Please phone  886-7415 or 886-3126 for information.  Fitness  COAST FITNESS &   R Is EXERCISE  IVININOS  Mon., Wed., Thurs. 6:05 pm  MORNINGS  Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.  9:15 am  (Mon. & Wed. - Light Aerobics)  PLACI PLACE  St. Mary's Catholic Church Hall Gibsons Elementary  (Hwy. 101, opposite Swimming Pool)   School Gym  RIOISTRATION  2nd Session Oct. 18 ��� Nov. 29  Pro-rated during session  Drop-ins available  Babysitting morning classes  COST  $42 unlimited  classes   male,,. He,..., 880-8305  885-3827 i���.,;. 886-7312  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  ��    *     t     .ii  Any way you Slice it  Che Classifieds bring results  Drop oil Your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  AC BUILDING  SUPPLIES  in Madeira Park  until 3:30 Friday  "A Feiteedly Paopla Placa"  THE SUNSHINE COAST  SUNSHINE COAST 2020  PLANNING FOR OUR FUTURE  Residents oi the Sunshine Coast are invited  to attend a Sunshine Coast 2020 forum on:  Saturday, October 20.1990  9:30 am to 4:00 pm  at tho Sechelt Indian Band Hall  The objective of SUNSHINE COAST 2020 is to develop goals and  policies that will shape the future direction of this coastal community.  On October 20th, a panel of professionals will bring their own perspectives on future trends and their implications for managing our  economy, developing our landscape and providing for lifestyle needs in  the year 2020.  Participants at the October 2020 forum will including the following:  10:30 am - Dr. Fred Knelman - the recipient of many awards related to  peace, energy and the environment;  Topic: The Future Is Not What It Used To Be  1:30 pm - Richard Taylor, Chief Economist, BC Central Credit Union;  Catherine Berris, Catherine Berris Associates; Walter Hardwick,  Professor of Urban Geography, UBC  Topic: Development Today and Tomorrow  Everyone is welcome so please plan to attend.  PLEASE NOTE: Day Care will be available for $1.00 .per child per hour.  Pleaae pre-register by leaving your hum aad phone number at the SCRD  (885-2281, Planning Department).  WHEN TURNING OFF  THE LIGHTS IS ^  A BRIGHT IDEA. /  SAVE ENERGY  There are a surprising number of  ways that you can easily save energy  around your house, in your car and  in the products that you buy. From  heating and lighting your home  to cooking and cooling your food.  From the way that you drive to the  way that you work. We've got a  lot to get you started. And they're  all in our helpful brochures.  SAVE MONEY  When you're saving energy.  you'll start to save money too.  It doesn't take long Tor those  utility bills to go down.  or Tor gas mileage to go up.  We can prove it to you.  HELP SAVE THE  ENVIRONMENT  Each and every time you save a little  energy, you'll be helping to save a  little piece of the environment. Just  for starters, you'll be cutting back  on greenhouse gases and reducing  the use of fossil fuels. We created  our current environmental  problems. Wc can find solutions.  if wc work together. So write  lo us. We'll help.  IT AU ADDS UP    ;!  I -Vt;  Ptatse rush mt- your Swings picture        . '  I   today I  Enarepa. umaa *a  ftenomrw Canada  ITwn Jto Epp  THI LNIRGY Of OUR RESOURCES  Canada  I  |   Name-  I  .   Address  I   City_  I  I   Provie-Ki  *   Postal C  I  I  THE POWER OF OUR IDEAS  Send to:  I        a" ���a   m.t       .. . -  taMIU rVMKMMH  SMlMtkStnM  I otnm,OMn<<  I   KMK4  Im m �� �� M eee  i;  i  fe!  lttlmmSmm*mmM  iiiMyMn��-�� 11 rr i ' 28.  Coast News, October 15,1990  NDP critic quizzed on education  by Roa* Nicholson  A stylish woman with impeccable taste in words, Anita  Hagen unleashed more than a  few well chosen ones during an  exclusive interview with the  Coast News.  The NDP New Westminister  MLA, Ms Hagen serves as her  party's education critic. She  recently scored the education  policies and theories of the current provincial government at a  supper session hosted by the  Sunshine Coast NDP Club at  the Royal Canadian Legion in  Sechelt.  Prior to the potluck, Ms  Hagen and NDP candidate  Howard (Howie) White paid a  visit to the Coast News Sechelt  office.  Ms Hagen revealed that she  herself was a teacher for several  years before spending 11 years  as a school trustee during the  time Premier Vander Zalm was  the Minister of Education in the  Socred government of Bill Bennett.  Coast News (CN): "There  seems to be widespread concern  about funding for implementing  the Year 2000."  Hagen: "The government has  set up a lot of funds for education, but much of it is for the  ministry, for independent  schools and other things.  Teachers and trustees want to  know that there is money in the  district.  "If we are going to bring  about good and solid change it  requires that parents, students  and teachers work in different  ways. There needs to be time to  develop this, particularly at intermediate   and   secondary  levels."  CN: "How might this affect  teachers?"  Hagen: "Teachers have rjeen  taught, and now teach in a way  that has been in place as long as  most of us remember. If we're  going to look at a more flexible  system that takes advantage of  technology, we must look at different roles for students and  teachers. Teachers must be seen  as re-source people as well as  classroom teachers. There's  some significant style changes  that must take place and people  have to see and practice them."  CN: "But we're talking  about some ingrained  modalities all the way around."  Hagen: "Things are changing. Many students are not going out to work in the local industry, they are doing different  kinds of things. We have to  make secondary schools responsive to needs of young people.  They are on the verge of  adulthood. They should be  challenged to take more responsibility. They should have options about their schooling, including not being labeled a  failure if they decide to work."  CN: "Isn't that what the  work experience component of  the Year 2000 is meant to address?"  Hagen: "That concept has  already gone through many  changes. We have to say to kids,  'this is a place for you, but there  are some conditions and responsibilities.' In a small place like  this there are opportunities for  that because parents and  teachers are more apt to work  together."  CN: "What is the most important thing that has to be  looked at?"  Hagen: "The most important  thing is a willingness to work  with all people in the sytem. It  must not be a top down situation. Education is not delivered  by the ministry, it is delivered by  the schools. A climate has to be  established where critical environmental, social and  economic issues can be tackled.  Our educational system has to  prepare students for that."  CN: "Ate you saying that's  not happening, that the  Ministry of Education is not  providing that?"  Hagen: "1 think the people in  the ministry are committed and  dedicated, but they have been  hobbled by a government that  has made education a whipping  boy for a long time. It often  hasn't spoken well of the  (teaching) profession and has  often made decisions that are  politically expedient. They do  not seem to be comfortable in  the field of education. 1 think  that the current minister, as  much as any, has made some  sincere efforts to move the  education agenda into a better  frame of reference.  "The Royal Commission was  a very timely thing. It reflected  many ideas of the New  Democrats, so it's not a matter  of starting over again."  CN: "What is your position  on the taxation on local property owners?"  Hagen: "For the last 125  years, there has been a shared  funding between the government and local property  owners. The burden on the local  taxpayers was a lot higher then  than it is now.  "We were the ones who pr." ���  posed a much greater proportion of funding from the province. The ratio now is 90 per  cent from the province and 10  per cent from the local property  owner. The 90 per cent includes  the industrial tax base which is  collected by Victoria, then  distributed to the districts.  "We have proposed a significant increase in funding for  education, but inhere is much to  be done yet to insure that taxes  are fair and that they relate to  peoples' ability to pay. There is  actually about a 10 per cent  reduction in the residential tax  rate, but the assessments have  gone up dramatically. The  Socreds have gradually shifted  the burden to the residential  taxpayer (by increased assessments) and there has been a  significant reduction in the taxes  paid by industry."  CN: "What is the fundamen-  tal purpose of education, to give  a student a broad base of  knowledge and the ability to  think, or to train them for the  job market?"  Hagen: "A young person  should be challenged to get the  b��t from themselves and the  community."  Climate Controls  from  GOODYEAR  AND  kahtim  NOTICE  1ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY AND  1 PENDER HARBOUR AND DISTRICT  ICOeMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC  We announce that, In consultation with Mr. John Humbling,  arrangements have now been made for distribution of a  poster calendar of the Pender Harbour area with proceeds  after eost of production to be divided between St. Mary's  Hospital Society and the Pender Harbour and District Community Health Clinic. This poster calendar was prepared on  the initiative of Mr. Humbling to assist our respective  facilities, with needed funding and we are most appreciative  of his time and efforts.  OUR ANNUAL  Deep Discount  DRAPERY SALE  by JACKSON, TRITEX, AFTEX  ONE WEEK ONLY  Sale Ends Sat., Oct. 20th  307<  O off  TDU/Uwn ^ocMie^ cd &e /tf/U���&  SEE US FIRST!  Ask about Kal Tire's Expanded  Customer Protection Policy  We Sell Chains & Batteries  709 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-7112  s  SECHELT TIRE  & BATTERY  5633 Wharf Rd.  885*7927  We can show you carpet samples by the  hundreds. But it all bolls down to your choosing  ��� and our recommending ��� the carpet that will  wear beautifully for years to come. One that  won't soil easily, stretch out of shape, or wear  out too soon.  To be sure, we recommend carpet  made from Dupont ANTRON�� nylon  and       carrying       this       certification.  DUfwmRra)  stainmaster:  CARPET  meaning that the carpet is certified and  warrantied by DuPont for 5 years; and is  engineered to resist matting and crushing.  DeVRIES is proud to have been selected as a  DuPont Flooring Systems PREMIER DEALER.  Just  remember  DeVRIES  and  ANTRON*  and you can't go wrong.  NOW, WHICH ONE SHOULD YOU PUT UNDERFOOT?  * eCe-ertHlcatlon mirk of E.I. du Pont de Nemoure and Compeny.  *'.;*ere��S'f��?����>Wn  i   *, i   'I * *   *!  .   I  DeVRIES  MAKING HOMF'S HEAL  K)R  ,4'YFARS  Open 9*5, Mon. ��� Sat.  aHMMk  -��  - ~.-z^ ��� i /.-t^^.^ *. ��� ^. ���,.,.-


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