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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X5 94.9  Atten: Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  September 20,1993 Volume 47 Issue 38  St. Mary's eyeing  specialist funds,  ministry stalls  by Charles Hart  There's a crying need for  specialist eye treatment on the  Coast, a qualified ophthalmologist keen to relocate, community  funds available to equip St.  Mary's Hospital for surgery, but  no help from Victoria.  The predicament, outlined by  St. Mary's Hospital administrator   ~���~~~~~~  Ted Wright, illu  the new service along with its  annual budget in April; some  $70,000 annually would go  toward nursing services, the rest  would pay for supplies.  Six months later and the hospital has received no commitment - one way or the other -  from the ministry. "I can't even  get a 'no' out of  them,"    Wright  said, although the  minates the diffi-  The government's   ministry has indi-  cuities involved geitine one bell of ca,ed lhat fundin8  a good deal'  - Robert Maxwelll  in a shift to more  regional health  care  when  the  Ministry        of  Health's budget   ���������������  strings are drawn  tight. St. Mary's has considered  ophthalmology a high priority  need for years, finally applying  for operating funds this year  upon learning a specialist would  be willing to open a practice on  the Coast if there were hospital  support.  "But we can't do anything  without the operating funds to  introduce opthalmology  surgery," said Wright. Most of  that surgery would involve lens  implants for cataracts, he said.  "Particularly with our elderly  population, this is a service our  hospital and doctors have identified as a high priority."  Wright noted the hospital  applied for approximately  $100,000 In operating funds for  for the service was  unlikely. "Now if  we had a definite  'no' I could talk to  ���������    the board about the  advisability    of  mounting a community-wide  campaign," said Wright.  Community funding for  opthomolgy equipment has been  lined up through the Ladies  Hospital Auxiliary and the Mt.  Elphinstone Masons. Masons  spokesman Robert Maxwell said  the local lodge raised $10,000  from members, a figure matched  by the provincial Grand Lodge  to purchase a sophisticated  piece of equipment called a  sight field analyzer.  "The government's getting  one hell of a good deal," said  Maxwell, listing the countless  capital contributions groups  such as the auxiliary and  Masons have made in the past.  turn to page 2  First Irvine's Landing Day challenge  Dan Schindell helps carry the Septic Gal down to the start of  the Joe Bay Classic boatrace at the first Irvines Landing Day  Sunday. The Schlndell's team lost to Shipwreck I, built by Tom  Dodge Steve McKay, Greg Doyle and Hugh Jones, as other  craft - the Banana Boat apd tj)e Neilson Jersey ��� sank. The  celebration, organized by the newly formed Irvines Landing  Committee, is an all day barbeque, beer garden, boat-build  and Chowder Challenge and raised $1000 for the Pender  Harbour Community Health Centre in Madeira Park.  Joel Johnstone photo  Year 2000 controversy... all's quiet on provincial front  by Darah Hansen  Two weeks after Premier  Mike Harcourt announced the  cancellation of much of the  Year 2000 program, the issue of  what remains of the BC public  school system is still up in the  air.  "The gist is we'll retain the  things that worked (in the new  system) and get rid of the things  that didn't," said Gerald Morton, speaking on behalf of the  Ministry of Education in an  interview last week.  Morton said the ministry will  be looking to change the present  system, renewing a sense of stability in provincial education.  Of the expected changes, he  said, they will not be radical and  parents can be assured their  children will continue to be educated without significant disruption.  Morton said much of the  problem with the Year 2000  stemmed from a growing misunderstanding among the  province's schools of what  exactly the definition of the concept was.  Every school was interpreting it in a different way, he said.  That problem was compounded with the confusion of  parents towards the program.  Educational ideas were not  being communicated and that  led to a heightening of public  concern that children were not  meeting national standards of  education.  Morton was uncertain over  the fate of additional ministry  funding needed to implement  advanced Year 2000 principals  in school districts, including the  Sunshine Coast  "Certain types of programs  may be ended or changed...but I  don't see any massive dislocation of resources," he said.  Tuesday (Sept 7) the premier  made his discontent with the  Year 2000 public in interviews  with the Vancouver city media.  At that time he indicated the  controversial new education  program had failed in its ideals  to be a better method of teaching children.  Harcourt stirred the education pot even more last Wednesday in a cabinet shuffle which  saw the removal of Anita Hagen  as education minister in favour  of Art Charbonneau, formerly in  charge of transportation and  highways.  Neither Harcourt nor the new  minister have not yet said what  will replace the Year 2000 program. That news is expected by  the end of the month.  West Coast film  industry reels income,  BC reels in recession  by Darah Hansen  It's true, in a time of dim  economic recession, Vancouver  remains the burning bright star  known as 'Hollywood of the  North'.  In the past five years, the  West Coast city has soared to  the top of the movie-making  industry in North America,  second only to Los Angeles,  California.  And, according to recent  statistics published by the BC  Film Commission, millions of  dollars are pouring in to all  aspects of the regional TV and  feature film industry every year  and are directly responsible for  the employment of approximately 5,000 British Columbians.  But to those who think all  this means a clear and easy path  to fabulous wealth and a scandalous social life, think again.  The word from those in "The  Business" is - stay in school,  keep your nose to the grindstone  and don't take any wooden  nickels.  "It's extremely competitive  out there," says Richard Appleby, registrar and vice president  of the Vancouver Film School.  Appleby says students attending his school are taught not  only the skills they need to be  employed in the business, but  they are also told to be persistent. It could take up to nine  months to land a job, even  longer to build a reputation.  "It's a lot more work than  anyone would dream of. The  idea of a star is born is pretty  much a thing of the past," he  says.  Alan Robertson, a professional actor and director currently living in Sechelt, lends testament to the continued difficulty  of finding woik despite the  tangible increase in the Vancouver film market.  For those people with stars in  their eyes, Robertson says: "Go  out and get some sunglasses.  The glamour is not all it seems  to be from the outside."  Forty years experience has  taught Robertson the name of  the game is "you work your butt  off... Work, work, work, that's  what it is all about."  As an actor, he says it's  tough to earn over $ 10,000 a  year. Robertson himself got  lucky this year, landing himself  a role in a high-profile BC Tel  commercial, giving him much  needed exposure.  Even then the pay has been  risky. Of the 40 auditions he's  attended in the past seven  Mounties pursue new  facilities, Field Road  deemed 'inappropriate'  Shot on location In Gibsons last year, Needful Things attracted a  large Coast audience all last week. The film Is testament to the  boom times of the BC film industry. Joel Johnstone photo  months, he's landed eight days  work - sometimes earning as  much as $2,500 in one day, and  other times only $500.  "It takes burning passion to  do this job," Robertson says,  adding professional training is  imperative as well as an element  of luck.  turn to page 18  by Stuart Burnside  The Mounties may 'get their  man' a respectable percentage of  the time, but how are they with  buildings?  Two of BC's senior RCMP  officers descended on Sechelt  council Wednesday evening  decrying a council decision to  explore relocating Sechelt's  RCMP detachment to Wilson  Creek's Ministry of Forests  (MOF) building on Field Road.  The two officers, Superintendent David Cowley and the  province's senior RCMP financial officer Chief Superintendent  Gary Gregory, each had their  own reasons for disliking the  Field Road location.  Cowley, who is the officer  responsible for negotiating a  new RCMP headquarters with  the municipality, said the location was too far out of the way  to be a visible deterrent to crime.  He also said the police should  also be as visible as possible so  as to facilitate an enhanced dialogue and a good level of communication in the community."  In addition, Cowley said the  location placed the highway  patrol portion of the police  force, the portion that patrols up  the north end of the Coast, an  additional 10 minutes away from  the patrol area.  "From my perspective (of the  Field Road location)," Cowley  said, "on a scale of 10 dealing  with centralization and visibility,  both scores are zero."  Gregory spoke against the  overall cost of leasing the Field  Road Forestry office and  upgrading it to RCMP standards.  He said, because of a scheme to  have the RCMP share the building with the MOF, it would be  necessary to provide the additional security measures, which  would be costly. His estimate of  the overall cost of upgrading the  forestry building was roughly  equal to that of constructing a  new building; about $1.5 million  plus the cost of land.  "Really, there is little difference between the two options,"  Gregory said.  Council authorized administrator Art Lew to investigate the  lease options for the MOF building at its previous meeting,  despite the absence of Cowley  who had asked to be present for  the discussion.  Cowley speculated, based on  his understanding of what  occurred at that meeting, that the  Field Road site was something  of a red herring, that council was  not really sincere about the location but rather was attempting to  postpone dealing with the issue  of RCMP facilities.  turn to page 2 Coast News, September 20, 1993  TdM*, ^lmhc *7e*0t  Volunteer  Meetings  You are invited to help  the campaign of  Mark von Schellwitz  Gibsons  7:30 pm every Thursday  Village Office Extension  721 Winn Road  (beside Post Office)  (phone) 886*7277 (fax) 886*3320  For more information call  Vanessa Hammond 885*3562  Authoriad by W.B. Huxham,  official agent for Mark von Schellwitz  Sechelt  7:30 pm every Friday  5606 Wharf Street  (2nd floor)  (phone) 885*3562  (fax) 885*9215  news  Pick'n Save  Fall Strawberries  Yes we still have lots! 3 Acres.  Mason Road U-Pick  $1.00/Ib.  IHckingda_ysWed.andSat,  9:00-6:00  WSMasmRoad  885-3506  OHTHE  lomevsurm  WAY  A health home^support agency  NOW SERVING THE COAST  FROM PORT MELLON TO EC-MONT  We offer-.  HEALTH SERVICES  Registered Nurses  Licenced FVactkal Nurses  Professional Homemaker  a   ).  Long Term Care .Aids  Maternity/Baby Care  Medication Reminder  HOME SERVICES  Handyman  Services  1 Gardening  Jariotial  Employect arc bonded & iniured  Member B.C. Pricare Attoclatlon  LINDA REEVE 886-3188  ADMINISTRATOR 884-J270 (F.AX)  NO. 7*721 WINN ROAD, IOX424, CIISONSLANDING VON 1V0  Pender dump solution evades region  by Jane Seyd  It's been many months since the regional  board decided to lake some action on the  Pender Harbour landfill.  But so far, nothing has happened, says  Jane Reid, director for the area.  And recently she made it clear to olher  directors that doesn't sit well wilh her.  "I'm beginning to feel very frustrated,"  Reid told thtm at a recent public utilities  committee. "There have been no changes up  there. If anything, the problem is getting  worse." As a condition of extending Ihe  dump's current permit to 1995, the sile is  supposed to be fenced, said Reid. There is  also supposed to be an attendant provided.  But none of those measures have yel been  put in place. "I feel it's being stalled for  some reason. I'd like to see it move into high  gear," said Reid. "I'm really getting tired of  discussing the Pender Harbour landfill."  Reid also questioned why none of the  $140,000 budgeted for this year to upgrade  the landfill has yet been spent on it.  Directors said fencing the site has been  made more complicated by an access road to  other properties which runs through the middle of the landfill property.  An advertisement for an attendant was  expected to be placed soon. Cathy Kenny,  waste management co-ordinator, added there  have also been problems with staff at the  waste management branch, who aren't  pleased with the regional district's further  application to expand the landfill area.  But Reid said the board should put greater  pressure on branch and that it shouldn't get  held up just because, "there is one bureaucrat  who is not prepared to process the application." "We're not upholding the conditions  of the permit. It's important these things be  done," she said.  Changes to regional funding In provincial spending are expected to affect St Mary's Hospital In Sechelt  Joel Johnstone photo  Health ministry fails to find balance: Wright  frontpage 1  "So much of that contribution  is unacknowledged ... The ministry is being very, very shortsighted; the benefits would be  huge in the community."  Maxwell said funding from  the Grand Lodge will be reallocated elsewhere if left unspent.  "The government's appealling all  over the province to cut costs by  any means, but when a community says it will help - they can't  answer."  The irony, according to  Wright, is that the funds would  not amount to an increase in  overall expenditure since provid  ing specialist service on the  Coast would reduce demand elsewhere. "It's a balancing act, and  yet it's still not working out."  The ministry did not return  calls. St. Mary's annual report  has just been published in preparation for the Hospital Society's  annual general meeting Wednes  day (Sept. 22). Key statements in  the report confront the challenge  that lies in wait as a move to  regionalized health care collides  with a cash crunch. The health  ministry's New Directions initiative expects to eliminate 4,800  hospital jobs in the next four  years.  Sechelt landfill put off limits to fish farm waste  by Jane Seyd     . ���  Fish composting at the,  Sechelt landfill has been an endless environmental problem, say  regional directors, which has  prompted a decision to close the  site permanently Sept 30.  But meanwhile, at least one  fish farm company is worried the  move will hurt them economically.  In a Sept. 7 letter to the  regional board, Bernard Bennett  of Scanmar Seafood warned  directors it could be "prohibitively expensive" for companies to  ship fish morts now dealt with at  the site off the Coast for composting.  "In an industry which is only  now beginning to recover economically, these costs are just too  great to bear," he said in the let  ter, adding the industry provides  direct jobs for over IOO people  on the Coast.  But so far, regional directors  say that's too bad.  "It's an industry problem,"  said director Jim Gurney, chair  of the public utilities committee.  "Over the yeare we've done  an awful lot for the industry...I  don't know that they've been that  co-operative or helpful."  In the past, when fish fanning  was booming on the Coast, the  regional board allowed a fish  composting business to operate  at the Sechelt landfill site.  Dead fish were meant to be  mixed with wood products and  composted in a digester which  would control smell and access  by wildlife, said Gurney.  But ever since the composting  operation opened at the height of  the fish farming boom there have  been continuing problems with  open pits, leaehate control and  other environmental hazards,  said Gurney: "It's gone on and  on."  Birds have been found covered with leaehate from the pit  and the threat of a fine from  Waste Management - which  oversees the landfill permit - has  been growing, he commented.  "We've been very patient,"  said Gurney. "We're the ones  who have taken the liability in  the interests of the industry."  Options available to fish  farms now include trucking the  morts off the Coast to other composting operations ��� like the one  in Port Alberni - or opening their  own site, said Gurney.  In the letter, Bennett voiced  concern about the "moral principle" of taking waste from one  area to another. He also said the  fish farms had been the last ones  to be informed about problems at  the composting sites.  Pender Harbour director Jane  Reid said she was still concerned  that closing the site may result in  illegal dumping of the fish morts.  "I have grave concerns about  (the companies) throwing them  in the ocean," she said,  "...nobody polices that."  Directors agreed to write a letter to the Ministry of Environment stating those concerns.  But they said they aren't  about to change their minds on  the decision.  Said Gumey, "The freebies on  the local taxpayers are over."  *  ���NOTE: ALL DUTIES AND TAXES PAID AT PORT OF ENTRY, CUSTOMS CLEARED  PUBLIC AUCTION  INVENTORY OF GOVERNMENT SEIZED  PROPERTY AND OTHER MERCHANDISE.  Gold jewellery purchased from Government auction will be auctioned. The  majority of inventory consists of other general merchandise: Loose Gems,  Gold Rings, Sapphires, Rubies, Emeralds, Italian Gold Jewellery, etc.  INVENTORY OF UNPAID  HANDKNOTTED PERSIAN CARPETS  UNPAID AND DEFAULTED PAYMENT TERMS.  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Sechelt became responsible  for its own police force following the release of census figures  last year showing the municipality had grown beyond 5,000 residents.  The municipality, rather than  raise and train its own police  force, has opted to enter into a  contract with the RCMP, but  still must province police facilities. The current RCMP building was built in 1961 and has  since been outgrown by the  municipality.  G/IJ-SiQiJtS  PARK  PLAZA  n  gratefully acknowledges the  Award for Best Commercial Landscaping;  \mefitedto us by The Gibsons Fall Fair 1993 \  *���   Pie Plaza Management and Merchants wish to comvy Iheir  %      lhanks lo our grounds beeper, Red Morrisson. It is  his hard kw* and high standards that  resulted in our receiving Ihe award, * ���  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA    ,  BEST COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPING 1993  a_m  mtmm  m Coast News, September 20, 1993 3  news  Is he a sport?  Students from Gibsons  elementary school toured the  Victoria '94 Commonwealth  Games travelling information  centre Thursday, learning  about the International  sporting event The mobile  crew came to Gibsons  Wednesday, winding up a  summer of touring the  province with Games mascot  ���KletWyck.'  Joel Johnstone photo  Sechelt resident files suit against district  by Stuart Burnside  As with most court actions,  it's hard to predict who will  come out on top once the dust  settles.  A resident of Sechelt's Porpoise Bay Properties has filed a  $10,000 suit against the municipality in small claims court saying council's failure to deal with  an ongoing dust problem near  his subdivision has damaged his  home and reduced his property  value.  Resident John Bums says the  dust problem rises from the  unpaved condition of Burnett  Road, which is used almost  exclusively by trucks from two  gravel operations, Swanson's  Ready Mix and Central Grading  and Gravel.  Dust billows up, says Burns,  as the trucks negotiate a turn  coming off of Burnett Road onto  East Porpoise Bay Road. He  claims gravel also spills out of  the trucks at the corner making  the intersection potentially dangerous.  "There have _____  been a number of  times when I've  swept that intersection myself because  the municipality  hasn't kept it  clean," Burns has  said.  Burns maintains  the only way to        really  solve  the  dust problem is to pave Burnett.  He says a cost estimate on  such a job is around $7,000 and  if he wins his case against  Sechelt in small claims court he  will use the money to pave the  road himself.  Mayor Nancy MacLarty has  'Quite frankly  I'm a bit  confused'  - Michael Vaughn  said in the past that the taxpayers of Sechelt should not be burdened with a paving bill that  benefits only a few residents.  Burns, however, says that if  his case does win  in court, a number  of Porpoise Bay  Property owners  are ready to follow  suit, and the whole  situation "could  end up costing the  municipality a lot  of money."    Sechelt's municipal clerk Michael  Vaughan, says he doesn't know  what will come of the legal suit,  and says he doesn't fully understand the point behind it.  He noted that there were a  number of avenues open to  Burns other than small claims  court.  Gibsons man drowns at Bonniebrook  Ocean Beach Esplanade in Bonniebrook was  the site of family tragedy Friday (Sept. 10) after a  Gibsons man was found drowned.  Helmut Walter, 46, was last seen in the water  shortly before 3 pm Friday when he suddenly disappeared.  A search was initiated immediately by friends  of the victim, police from the Gibsons RCMP  detachment and members of the public passing  near the accident site.  Walter's body was found 75 feet from the  shoreline.  He was rushed to shore where ambulance crews  attempted to revive him and was later transported  to the Gibsons Medical Clinic where he was pronounced dead.  An autopsy was performed on the body by the  local coroner's office.  Drowning is listed as the official cause of  death.  Library plans  complete,  review  underway  Gibsons council has decided  to defer approval of a site location and parking plan for a new  Gibsons and District Library  building until it has had a chance  to thoroughly review a site  selection feasibility study.  The building committee,  chaired by John Young, has  requested support to go to referendum for borrowing authority  of up to $1.5 million for the project, although Young has estimated the building will be completed for less because of community donations in labour and  materials and lhe possibility of  provincial grant assistance.  Parking was the final hitch in  completing the site plan, which  if approved and funded would  see a new library constructed  adjacent to the existing one. The  revised site plan provides for 36  parking spaces - an increase of  17 from what was originally  proposed underground.  The additional spaces at the  corner of South Fletcher and  Winn roads would provide a  pool for the combined use of the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum,  Motor Vehicle Office and  Library/Marine Room users.  The Sunshine Coasl Regional  District has already given preliminary readings to a funding  bylaw so that a referendum  could be held in conjunction  with the municipal elections  Nov. 20.  The library is jointly funded  by the Town of Gibsons and  areas D and E of the SCRD.  ::uni  "Indonesia!  for you!  New Fall Fashions  Have Just Arrived. Full Range of Sizes.  Mon.-Sal. I0-.-.X  ,_-.**,, 5729 Cowrie St., Sechelt  M 885*160  guami  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!  The  WHARF RESTAURANT  Josi and Maurssn Martins*  Thai Matui oumar/oparafri of this feMttMf id  Davit Bay rtttaurant waleotna all Mm!r  euitamari to anptrianea now and  ���||ar4aU�� fits* alining...  ��IOJU  DAILY  LUNCHEON  BUFFET  $6.95  n:jo aim-2 pm  Banquet Rooms     ��� We also cater  for In Restaurant    outside the  Catering restaurant  HOURS J$ft^  Monday - Friday  7 am - Ipm U5 pm- 9 pm  Saturday & Sunday  H am ��� z pm O % pm - 9 pm  "Quite frankly I'm a bit confused," he said.  Bums, however, says what he  is really seeking is a chance to  talk to council.  He says he has found within  the Municipal Act a way for  council to have the road paved  with out cost to the municipality, but says he won't comment  on his find until council is ready  to listen.  A for why he's chosen to go  through small claims court in  search of satisfaction, Burns  says he doesn't have time to  watch the situation drag on for  another six years.  I'm 75 years old," he said," I  want to see an end to this."  Before a small claims court  date is set, both side in the dispute will get together Jan. 6,  with a judge sitting in, to try to  arrive at a compromise.  SKOOKUM  CHRYSLER  Includes: Installation  of up to 5 litres of Mopar  "Engine Oil and a Mopar Oil Filter.  PLUS  WASH & VACUUM  PLUS  AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE   taxes  INSPECTION STATION  FACILITY  B.C.A.A.  APPROVED  Qmopor  CUSTOMER CARE  fjtiffld&  '10* ' FOR AUTOMOl  I PARTS tSERV  ...AUTOMOTIVE  PARTS t SERVICE  886-3433  CALL MICHELLE OR LUKE FOR FAST SERVICE  DAVIS BAY     PHONI. 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At last week's Sechelt council meeting, information  rampaged like the Schlitz bull. There were at least four  packets waiting for the media at the onset, beginning with  an official agenda.  An official agenda is necessary under the circumstances, but judging by the changes accorded this document at the start of council meetings, it was not an entirely relevant precursor to proceedings. Wednesday's  weighty, 36-page tome contained everything from municipal correspondence to bylaw readings, to mayoral proclamations to committee reports, as well as minutes from the  previous council meetings ... All important stuff to be  sure.  Next came the 30-page 'additional' agenda package,  also usual to the situation, used for last-minute additions  or alterations to the 'official' agenda. Wednesday's additional agenda included standing committee reports, official correspondence, replacement bylaw readings, a mayoral proclamation or two, etc.  Often times, as was the case Wednesday, this packet  contains duplications of items found in the official agenda  with only small changes distinguishing them. A little confusing, perhaps, but not insurmountably so.  On Wednesday, however, another twist was added with  the introduction of a third 'extra additional' agenda package consisting of 16 information-packed pages. It included a couple of bylaw revisions, a breakdown of the Rockwood petition and another mayoral proclamation.  These three documents were followed by a packet  devoted solely to official correspondence. That accounts  fpr the 'official information'... add to it two more packets  tossed in by a well-intended member of the public, and  pretty soon you have information overload.  And these were just the papers at the media table. They  didn't include the pink, 'in-camera' packets and other  highly secret documents further burdening councillors,  who have the added trauma of having to eat these missives and memos at the end of every council gathering.  It wasn't long before voices were lost in the rustle of  paper, with everyone sneaking peaks at his neighbour's  packet to see if he had found the item currently up for discussion. In short, it was ludicrous, something along the  lines of a pamphlet bombing. And like pamphlet bombing, it begs the question: Is it really necessary?  The purpose of a council meeting is to enlighten, as far  as that is possible, to provide a view of the overall workings of the municipality. The view afforded at the council  meeting Wednesday was clear in its own way.  It was an excellent view of a Mount St. Helen's bureaucracy spewing paper and confusion with no end in site.  Attend SPCA  special meeting  As all SPCA members know  by now, there will be a very  important and special meeting  coming up September 26 at the  Roberts Creek community hall  at 2 pm. We ask ourselves: why  are we members? Simply  because we love and care for  those who cannot speak for  themselves. What does this  mean: that the people who make  the decisions concerning our  animals should be experienced  and knowledgeable.  This doesn't mean that you  nave to have a lifetime of experience working with animals,  one can also learn from others  who have. In a society like the  SPCA, there is definitely no  place for personal vendettas, ego  trips or just plain ignorance. Do  not lose sight of the purpose of  our involvement... our animals.  The Sunshine Coast is lucky  to have some very dedicated and"  professional people living here,  people like Irene and Clint  Davy. This couple has over 20  years of experience working  with animals, in and outside of  the SPCA hours. Their whole  life is animals! 12-hour work  days are not out of the ordinary.  We should consider ourselves  very fortunate to have Clint  Davy as our SPCA shelter manager.  Please  attend  this  very  important meeting and make the  right choice. Listen to those who  can speak for those who cannot.  CORaNELIAVAN  BERKEL/DON KERN AN  Madeira Park  Browned off  with parties  Despite their success in  attracting millions of supporters,  environmental groups have  proved largely unsuccessful in  bringing about the necessary  changes in public policy that  will prevent the accelerating  destruction of tbe environment.  Unfortunately, virtually all  the political parties, large and  small, are committed to preserving the imperatives of unlimited  economic growth. Only grudgingly will they adopt policies  aimed at preventing desecration  of tbe environment. The grossly  underfunded Federal Green  Plan, and the often ignored Federal Fisheries Act come to mind.  The present government of BC  has left out tbe hotly contested  Clayoquot Sound wilderness  from the deliberations of the  heralded CORE resource use  process.  Left or right or centre, the  political parties can be lumped  together and collectively named;  The Browns.  The one exception is the  Green Party which has been  contesting federal and provincial  elections for almost 10 years,  but with little success at the  polls. Reason; the very defenders of the environment, the environmentalists themselves, by  and large continue to electorally  support the Browns even when  it is those same Browns who  persist in adhering to environmentally destructive policies.  The time has come for environmentalists to stop supporting  the Browns and join in the electoral efforts of the Greens. For,  the Browns will never halt the  cannibalization of the earth until  the political mainstream moves  to Green. However, it will never  shift to Green unless obliged to  do so. And it will never be  obliged to do so unless many  people work at the partisan  political level, helping to build a  sizeable Green Party following  among the voting public.  When environmentalists  apply their enormous energy to  the federal election struggle,  there may be a chance to turn  this society around from the  Mtws w&tconw  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  unsustainable present to a sustainable future.  JIMBOHLEN  Denman Island  Schooled in paving  An open letter to Mayor  Small and Councillors:  I would like to thank you for  initiating the paving and  improvement program to School  Road. The road and easement  prior to this work was patently  treacherous for vehicles, hazardous for pedestrians and, I'm  sure, a real nightmare for the  town's maintenance crews.  Now that you have invested  the substantial funds to undertake these much-needed  improvements, I would certainly  be left scratching my head if  you were to turn around and  close the street to through traffic. Sort of defeats the purpose  doesn't it?  By terminating School Road  at Fletcher, you funnel all that  traffic down South Fletcher, dramatically increasing intrusion  upon the residents of that street.  There are no homes on School  Road below South Fletcher to  disturb, so why would we want  to impose upon the South  Fletcher residents? If there is a  problem with running the stop  sign at the foot of the road, is  this not a matter for the RCMP -  better dealt with by enforcement  than a street closure?  I certainly hope that you will  not reconsider your wise decision to keep School Road an  active community thoroughfare.  BARRY J. JANYK  Glbtont  Some separatist perspectives in Scotland and Canada  "Well there ye are then, young fellow."  And there he was in tbe same comer of the pub  where I had met him before.  A pint was before him on the table, his hands  were crossed on the head of his walking stick, and  the bright blue eyes were glinting beneath the  formidable eyebrows in unmistakably friendly  greeting.  "Indeed," said I. "Can I get you a pint?"  "I am, as ye can surely see, well supplied at  present. Look tae yersel. I have a question waiting  for an answer."  And so he did. At our last meeting Old Jimmy  had demanded to know why I had been holding  forth in favour of Scotland breaking the Union  with England and just as vehemently indicating a  support for the retention of the Canadian federation.  I got my pint and joined him cheerfully.  "Ye'll mind the question, I think?"  "I do," I said and took my first pull at the pint  He waited.  'To begin with," I said,"let me mention the  similarities before we get to the difference."  "At ye wish," said Jimmy comfortably.  "In both cases, Canada and Scotland, you have  a very much smaller country sitting to the north of  a country which out-numbers its population by 10  to one. There are advantages of climate, of markets  musings  john burnside  and of transportation to the south. Agreed?"  "So far to good," said Jimmy equitably. "But I  believe it was the differences in circumstances we  were going to explore."  "The main difference between Scotland, and  say the Province of Quebec in Canada is that Scotland is an ancient nation which joined a Union voluntarily just shortly after Quebec was conquered in  Canada and became an English colony.  "Further, the difference is in what lies without  tbe countries we are discussing. The European  Common Market, whatever its failings, has a first-  class record when it comes to bringing member  states up to economic par with the rest of Europe.  Spain, Portugal, and the Republic of Ireland are all  tbe beneficiaries of long-view programs to get their  economies up and running.  "There bis been no evidence of such altruism  from the United States of America. Should Canada  come apart it would appear likely the Americans  could pick with even more ease over the juicy parts  which benefitted them. And there is no part of  Canada more likely to suffer than the same Quebec, a province which has proved very adept at  using the Canadian federal system to their advantage."  "Let me get this straight," said Jimmy. "Ye're  basing your case for the dismemberment of the  United Kingdom but for the retention of the Canadian federation on your perception that the European Common Market is less predatory than the  United States of America?"  "At the present time, yes. The Europeans are  groping towards a post-imperial world. Most of  them have imperial backgrounds where they looted, murdered and exploited with abandon. The  States just happens to be in the full flush of its  imperial fit, and Canada a young country just out  of its colonial past."  "Hmm," said Jimmy but seemed relatively  unconvinced.  "Look," I said, "I'm not saying that it is either  America or England's fault that the Canadians and  the Scots have not prospered as they might. But  absorption by the States at this point would be  reverting to die status of colony for Canada.  "Scotland did that nearly 300 years ago. They  voluntarily joined a union with a much larger  country, and one with an imperialist mentality.  From ancient independence, Scotland has become  a virtual colony.  "The price can be seen in the closed shops and  empty houses in all the smaller towns of this country. We cannot get a fair economic shake. Politicians go where the votes are and the votes are in  England."  "Is there a body of opinion in Canada for amal- '  gamation with the United Stales, imperialist or otherwise?"  "Och, there's some," I said. "The risk is greater  for piecemeal absorption should the Canadian federation fall. In Canada, federation is the country's  best defence. In Britain, the Union has been given  300 years and reduced Scotland to beggary. Here it  is difficult to see how reasserting independence  within Europe could not be bener than this."  Old Jimmy savoured his beer for a minute and  seemed to give the matter some thought.  "What do you think," I asked finally.  "I think you are a very glib young man," said  Jimmy. "Which doesn't mean you may not be  right. I think the surest thing you've said is that it  isn't England's fault if Scotland has let itself get in  the mess it has. Whinging and complaining will  take us naewhere. And neither will sitting too long  in the pub. I thank you for your views."  So saying he up and left.  COAST^NEWS  Sartea-ra-a-fan Data aW  I year ��� 135 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 mo��ms* $20 a-$1.40 CST-$21.40  t yaw ��� $40 (No CST)  Het. No. 4702  PuMaVie-  Pet Tripp  Editor            Charles Hart  Thaa Sunshine CoMI News is pubhhed on  Salea  fleporreri      Stuart Burnside, Darah  .     m__.                                                               JaneSevd.  Ihe Sunshine Coast, BC. eveay Monday by  Glassforel Fi-ss M  Am-nmr.  flepaeawilaHvaat  Oar-dak* Oaardarson. Janloe Edmonds,  PhotoQiwphuf aJoel Johnstone  Production  Orison. on-.S37Cr_i-l._-e  Loral She*, Smone Carlyale*Srr��fi  Mto**        CrihyMMk  Bo�� 460, Clbsom, B.C., VON IVO  Cms. Maaieoaa  Anne Thomaen  Production     Bevertey Shipley,  (604) 886*2622, Fax (604) 886-772 =.  Ser-6e*OM*-e-H2tCoaea-i��St  Office Slall  Otoaont  Saehell  Sue Connor  HenaHoee  Annie MacTwiih,  Ellubetft Simpson  Box 68 SecharlL B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 865-3930, Editorial (6041 885-3980,  Fax (604) 885*3954  ] rourcemmmlti't AWAMD-WINHNG rmwspmp-r \  The Sunshine Coasl Neavs is protected by copyright  and reproduction ol any part ol it by any means Is  prohibited unless permission in writing Is first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder ol the copyright  ~,Vm-Jmr^r_^_,.fm'^,m*mI^m*lm��^mm*mr. Coast News, September 20, 1993  opinion  Stirring broth in education pot-boiler  The quote came to me over  the shoulder from radio which I  tend to have on mainly as some  kind of background. What the  man said was "...any cook will  spoil the broth." Well we all  know, of course, about loo  many cooks and so on, but any  cook? And any broth? All I  could gather later was that he  was speaking from Oregon on  the CBC about school education.  Perhaps it's not a bad quote  for some, perhaps some in the  school education program. It  doesn't really matter how good  a cook you are, any other cook  is also going to spoil lhe broth.  But this is kind of a mean way  of looking at it. What the man  must have been meaning was  that any professional prodding  at the mash we have here to  start with is going to spoil some  possible broth, some imaginable  dreamworld that we might otherwise have attained.  I live on a street in Gibsons  and when I would walk up to  the shopping mall it struck me a  number of times that the  preschool kids playing along the  way were speaking a better,  livelier language than their older  brothers and sisters with some  years of school behind them. Is  this, a natural movement of the  mash or is this a matter of any  cook spoiling the broth?  The man from Oregon was  speaking on school education  and so I will stay more or less  there. Why, most of us ask, do  so many of our children end up  using the language as if it were  some kind of second language  that they had been forced to  leam?  I did only a year as a teacher.  in a nutsheil  It was a boy's boarding school  in Brockville, Ont. I went down  to see the headmaster. I had  been taken on to teach the  senior forms history and English  and I expected him to be telling  me exactly that.  "Well," Nutter, he said,  "what are you going to teach  them?"  "Well, sir," 1 said, "what  have they had?"  They had had English and  had had Canadian. Had they had  ancient? No. So it was ancient,  and we used H.G. Wells' History of the World and had, I think,  a pretty good year with it. I was,  however, unquestionably being  a cook in the present connotation.  Is it possible to somehow  inform the mash in some general way without spoiling the  broth? No, of course. I found on  arriving that I was also sports  master and, as soon as the headmaster found that 1 was a proper  Anglican, I was taking chapel  before breakfast. So the days  became pretty well filled from  seven in the morning until the  end of prep, which was nine in  the evening.  What we are talking about,  however, is how the cooks  affect the broth. I had a friend in  Brockville whom I had known  when he was in the navy during  the war. He came back to  letters  stuart nutter  Brockville and to his old job of  teaching history in the local  high school.  He found that a great change  had taken place. The Professional Teachers Act had been  passed first in Ontario In '44,  when a majority of people were  away at the war. It gave the  teachers, or an echelon of the  teachers, control over who  could teach in Canada and how  they should do it and, since the  rest of us were lazy about his,  pretty well what was going to be  taught.  My friend, a lieutenant-commander in the navy, found that  people burst into his classroom  without even saying good morning, clutching clipboards, and  plumping themselves down at  the back of the room, taking  notes. Later he might be called  in and asked why he was not on  the right page of the book for  the day.  He used to like to come up to  our common room, where we  had a fireplace and a usually  well-stocked cupboard and  where there were no regulations  about drinking, and not many  about how you should teach history.  At this point he hardly  believed the changes that were  being rung in to what he preferred to call his 'calling' rather  than profession. Many of our  talks by ihe fireplace then were  on this subject and when you  come down lo It, it can come to  be a matter of whether you can  do it without the cooks spoiling  the broth.  Individual people, like writers here, have little effect. It is  the professional associations  which need some steady overlook. It is true that ihere may  not be any real definition of the  brolh itself, but it may very well  be trae that any cook may spoil  it.  Clayoquot beefs  Things that bother us about  the Clayoquot Sound issue:  ��� the mispronunciation of  Clayoquot; it is not phonetically  pronounced! It's Kla-quit, no  "o"!  ��� complaints about lost work  and school after being arrested  due to court appearances?! Did  the protesters expect not to have  court or jail affect them?  ��� do the protesters think that  the loggers take part in the exec-  utive decisions at the M&B  'Ivory Towers'? Why are they  here blocking the loggers, they  could be blocking executives;  ��� the polarization of Ucluelet  and Tofino. There are plenty of  supporters and non-supporters  in both villages;  ��� loggers made out to be the  enemy of our somewhat blessed  media coverage. These people  are not psychos, talk to one;  ��� why aren't the protesters  staying through the winter, the  rain maybe? Where's the commitment, fading with our beautiful sunny days?  ��� people who are ignorant of  the issues and our area, joining  the 'crusade' because they think  that they are doing the right  thing. NEWSFLASH: it is possible to be an environmentalist  and to be concerned with industry and the communities that it  supports. It is not all or nothing.  DANIELLE ST. JACQUES  TERM PHILLIPS  Ucluelet  Putting best  face on crime  1 was listening to a radio  broadcast the other day about  two female Clayoquot protesters  who were in jail awaiting trial.  It seems they had refused to sign  an agreement not to return to the  blockade if released, so the  crown wouldn't release them  before their case went to court.  What I heard was an outrage.  These women were being  denied life's basic necessities.  They were being forced to eat  greasy takeout food every day  and were even denied access to  makeup.  They weren't even provided  with a mirror so they could  make themselves more presentable in court. The authorities had taken away their  shoelaces and their toilets didn't  afford them any privacy. My  god, I thought, they're actually  being treated like criminals.  Understandably they were  taking their case to Amnesty  International in an attempt to  expose the atrocities being committed within our penal system.  What has this country come to  when people who break the law  are thrown in jail and denied  access to a decent take-home  pizza?  For shame, for shame, BC.  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I  believe there is a need for some  calm heads among the directors,  who can address the needs of  the facility, and take appropriate  action to contain disease, and  alleviate overcrowding. If the  current rules and directors do  not address these needs, it is  time to change them, to deal  with today's needs.  It is my understanding that  this is a society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. It  seems that the '96 hour' rule,  actually causes unnecessary cruelty to the innocent wild animals  and actually offers protection  only to the unknown human  owner. Is it an act of kindness to  take these wild, terrified kittens  who have been removed from  their mother and familiar surroundings, then confine them to  a small cage to be kept in terror  for 96 hours before being euthanized? I feel this amounts to an  unusual cruelty itself.  It would be preferable to  never have to destroy any animal, but there are conditions  Featured Restaurant of the Week  AT BONNIEBROOK LODGE  "Beyond a doubt the best  accommodation and  restaurant on the  Sunshine Coast,"  ��� Anne Gather  The Province  FALL HOURS  Open for dinner  from 5:30 p.m.  Closed Tim.-* Wed.  Call for Reservations  886-2188  FAMILY UININI,  HiW-A-Wiy RMtaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for greet  dining at the Haid-A-Way Rtttaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays k Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. 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Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10.  Hwy. 101. Gibsons. 886-7813.  which make it a very necessary  procedure in order to save the  whole population of the facility  from succumbing to disease,  which will weaken and eventually cause death of many of the  animals and leave behind for  adoption, animals with already  weakened constitutions.  In an ideal world, we would  have no need for this facility, as  people would be responsible and  have their animals neutered and  spayed, thus eliminating the  practice of persons abandoning  animals along roadways, where,  by necessity they become wild  to survive. A number of these  wild animals will be eaten by  predators, starve to death, or  succumb lo disease, as is the  way of nature providing for the  strongest to survive. When we  intervene, capture these animals  and bring them to our facility,  they now face an additional  challenge of being introduced to  a confinement with other animals, some of which have been  brought in with weakened systems, carrying disease. These  wild animals soon outgrow the  natural immunity from their parent and are left with no means  of resisting infections, which a  kitten from an immunized  healthy mother cat can sometimes withstand.  I am not a proponent for  euthanasia, but I am logical, and  can understand that some rules  need to be in place to keep the  facility operating in a healthy  manner which is beneficial to  the needs of the community  which it serves. Principles must  be served before the needs of  the personalities of the people  who are taking responsibility for  these helpless animals. There  must be in place someone who  can get the required help to take  immediate action to promote the  health and care of the animals  entrusted to them. There is a  need to restrict the number of  animals which the shelter can  safety, healthfully contain.  There is a need to address the  issue of overcrowding, which  caused the sickness to the animals within the facility and a  level head, and board, has to  address the Issue of trying to  recover the health of very sick  animals at the cost of exposure  to the rest of the healhty animals  population, both within the shelter area and surrounding neighbourhood animals.  I don't feel that a facility of  our size can afford to put the  emotional issues of the caregivers ahead of the health needs  of the animals.  PATRICIA IDLER  Gibaona  Protests not subject  to Trespass bill  I am writing in response to  an article in the Sunshine Coast  News entitled "New law targets  Crown trespass" regarding Land  Act trespass amendments  included in Bill 25, Environment, Lands and Parks Statutes  Amendment Act. The statements in the article suggesting  that the amendments in this bill  are designed to restrict public  access to Crown land, or are in  anticipation of public protest  this summer in Clayoquot  Sound, cause me concern. I  want to assure your readers that  this is not the purpose of the  amendments.  During the debate in the legislature on Bill 25, questions  were asked if the amendments  were to be used against potential  protest actions in Clayoquot  Sound. In response to those  questions, I stated: "There was  nothing whatsoever - and I say  again: nothing whatsoever - in  this Act that has anything to do  with events in the Clayoquot,  either past events or events that  may happen in the future." The  Land Act is not the type of  statute for dealing with protests.  The amendments are to  improve trespass enforcement  capability relative to a wide  range of industrial, commercial,  residential, utilities, and other  private uses of Crown land that  require authorization under the  Land Act. Examples of trespass  activities include illegal log  dumps and storage, unauthorized fish farms, illegally filled  foreshore, unauthorized cabins  (eg.Tatshenshini), illegal  garbage dumps, hell-ski trespass  by Alberta operators and abandoned vehicle on Crown land.  Public access is an important  part of Crown land management. As a result of improved  regulation of the above types of  uses, public access will be better  protected, not restricted by these  amendments.  Support for these trespass  improvements has come from a  wide range of sources including  the Outdoor Recreation Council  of British Columbia in a 1990  submission to government.  m^d  Time for  Fall Plantinj  yjfe have a large selection of  '��jk    new arrivals ��� shop  early for the best selection!  '���1   Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.    ...  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Coll us at 886-2622 or 885-3930!  inferuta k Arizona  with Terry VVUkyBansen  Come S-ajoyathKor four week vaatkmlnacoaaitoble  snc)wtirdiaoitwithahe��ledpool��ndtr**UB  Madtt-tf exeiting ptea In Aiteom.  nished 1 bedrana^-^apartiiwtwtthiitttoand taxes,  cfy\o_Bawiifaty,piity*yOm.  ���9KUUL OVMI  Booko��6,7,��8w��kp��ti^brfi*#eOrtdwl!��/93 and receive  al5%dtaHntandteaitfworalS%<lK)trtandan  additioiiatiba��ltrf$3tt.t)0^  '-"!������ "HI liacMff  trnklaMM.*  7����lil31M.��  m \v%m\K -9*-BwW)t>^  mxm  MUlK*  Rates are based on 2 sharing a 1 bedroom, tvvinoi king bed apartment  Sit^>��il0;6twdi|349,7H^t��^SHt��k|l57i.  Forii*\ith^mamcattllUIEI_lA\TLat  8864862  numerous environmental, recreational and commercial interests  involved in a recent review of  commercial backcountry recreation policy, local governments,  and private individuals.  The trespass amendments  will bring the Land Act into line  with other modem environment  and resource legislation. Most  of the trespass provisions in Bill  25 already exist in the Land Act  The main changes are:  ��� improves notice provisions  for trespass;  ��� improves administrative  measures to resolve trespass  issues by introducing administrative penalties up to $ 1,000 for  not complying with a trespass  notice. Such penalties are used  in the Range Act in British  Columbia and in Crown land  administration in Alberta;  ��� makes the trespasser  responsible for third party liability;  ��� increases maximum fines  by the courts from $300 to  $20,000. The present $300 maximum fine has existed since  1956 and is neither a deterrent  nor sufficient to recover the  costs by government in dealing  wilh trespass acts;  ��� court action will be used as  a last resort to resolve significant trespass such as unauthorized industrial development or  illegal foreshore fill that causes  environmental damage.  I trust the above has clarified  the purpose of the Land Act  trespass amendments in Bill 25.  JOHN CASHORE  Minister of Environment,  Lands & Parks  Protect Sechelt's  green space  Here are a few basic facts  regarding Trail Bay Park. This  2.8 acre property bordering  Sechelt Boulevard was sold by  Vic Walters to Jeffrey Tong in  1989 for $700,000. In 1992 a  speculative offer of $1.5 million  was accepted by Mr. Tong but  fell through due to too few  investors. The property went to  tax sale, for which there were no  bids, and is now technically in  the hands of the municipality  until taxes are paid (which  appears likely).  The Trail Bay Project Committee has not requested that the  municipality purchase the property from taxes. They have simply assessed the human interest  and ecological need to preserve  the land and presented the  results, with research, along  with a request of municipal support, to Sechelt council. Due to  the fact that both Mayor  MacLarty and chairman of planning, Councillor Wilson, are in  favour of commercial development on that property, the project committee has been thwarted in its attempts to communicate with council through the  proper channels.  They were refused the right  to make a presentation to council (Sept. 2, 1992) and requests  for discussion have been refused  or publicly degraded at council  and planning meetings. Parks  chairman, Councillor Art  Whistler's recommendations  have also been disregarded.  Simply, we have a piece of  prime parkland, with possibility  of acquisition, perhaps on a  shared basis with the regional  district and/or with community  investment.  This issue will set the precedent for methods of acquiring  other parkland in Sechelt.  Waterfront parks in West  Sechelt and Davis Bay are crucially needed. There are very  few lots left. Development cost  charges for parkland are a logical long-term solution and need  to be implemented immediately,  which is a request that has been  made repeatedly. Neighbourhood parks in upland areas need  to be planned carefully using the  5 per cent requirement of new  subdivisions. Large areas, such  as the proposed Heritage Forest  in Sandy Hook, are essential as  accessible wilderness and forest  habitat. Land has to be secured  now, whether or not it can be  immediately paid for.  Ideally, Trail Bay Park  should be placed in a land trust  or at least have protective  covenants such as the one that  has saved Hackett Park from  several attempted intrusions.  Once secured, green space has  to be protected.  PAT CHAMBERLIN  Sechelt Coast News, September 20, 1993  education  School  district  space  expands  by Darah Hansen  Space - the final frontier.  The quest is ongoing to find  enough space to fit the school  district's burgeoning student  population.  Reporting from the minutes  taken at a recent school district  buildings and grounds committee meeting, secretary-treasurer  Tim Anderson brought trustees  up-to-date Tuesday (Sept. 14)  on current expansion projects  planned for the district.  Anderson said construction at  Roberts Creek Elementary is  now substantially complete and  students are in the new classrooms. An administration area  will be completed prior to starting school renovations and a  west wing addition.  Expansions at Cedar Grove  Elementary are expected to be  Clearing the way to play  Expansion plans have cleared the lot next lo Cedar Grove Elementary school between Chaster  Road firehall and Frank West Community Centre. Development waa planned by the regional  district and School District #46 to accommodate a new playground. Joel Johnstone pholo  compiele by November, Anderson said.  Projects at both Halfmoon  Bay Elementary and Elphinstone will be tendered later this  month and November respectively. Anderson said working  drawings of the high school  expansions are in their final  stages with some concerns arising from the possible inadequacy of sufficient parking space.  school notes  The board further prioritized  Ministry of Education funding  for future district projects, classing the $3.6 million addition to  Chatelech Secondary in first  spot. The construction of four  new intermediate schools to be  built in Gibsons, Robeits Creek,  Sechelt and West Sechelt were  classed as runner-up at an estimated cost of nearly $47 million.  Student enrolment continues  to climb across school district  by Darah Hansen  School's in and student enrolment is once again  up, up, up.  The Sunshine Coast school district remains for  the 1993/94 school year one of the fastest growing  districts in the province.  Numbers have increased over last year's total  by 236 students bringing the population of all district schools, kindergarten through grade 12, up to  3,815. This year's jump is down by almost half last  year's June total of 444 new students.  With few exceptions, all schools are witnessing  a steady growth. Hardest hit were secondary  schools, Chatelech and Elphinstone, with student  increases listed at 87 and 114 respectively. Chatelech now houses 522 students; Elphinstone 713.  Of the elementary schools, Roberts Creek saw  the largest leap from 312 children last year to 350  this year, a difference of 38 students.  Gibsons, Madeira Park and Sechelt elementary  schools were the only ones to experience any  decrease in population, however slight  Assistant superintendent Stuart Hercua told  trustees at the school year's opening board meeting  last Tuesday (Sept 14), the district had anticipated  a significant increase, though the estimated number  was 70 students below predictions. Hercus said  funding from the Ministry of Education will be  sufficient to cover costs to the district as hiring for  additional teaching staff had not yet been completed until the final numbers were in.  "We're even now. Just even," he said.  Condom machine installments into district high school  remains on the school board  agenda going into the 1993/94  school year.  School superintendent Bob  Johnstone said Tuesday (Sept.  14) the board is still wrestling  with the question of whether to  enact a district policy regarding  the sale of condoms in schools  and, if so, whether that policy  would encompass all schools in  the district or be unique to each.  Parents Advisory Committees will likely be contacted for  their input with the board on the  subject. Trustee Carol Adams  added the need to include high  school students in any such  talks.  Chatelech accreditation  Chatelech Secondary School  has received accreditation status  from the Ministry of Education  for the period 1993 to 1999.  Staff at the Sechelt high school  were congratulated by the ministry and district board for their  dedication and productivity.  Scholarships awarded  Former high school students  Zoe Mackenzie and Klisala Harrison were awarded district  scholarships for their excellence  in the practical and fine arts.  Mackenzie, a photographer,  plans to further her talents next  year in either New York, Toronto or Vancouver. While Harrison, a violinist, is attending the  University of Victoria this year,  studying music.  The district scholarship is  worth $500. A further $500 is  available if the student attends a  [post secondary institution.  ' ' The district of Sechelt baa  made available $40,969.34 to  the school district for the  'Mayor of Sechelt Scholarship'  fund.  The scholarship is available  for students who are entering  the political sciences.  Outdoor trips  Twenty grade 11 students  from Elphinstone Secondary  will depart for the Pemberton  Outward Bound program Sept.  28 for a five-day outdoor experience.  The Outward Bound program is aimed at instilling in  students qualities of leadership,  self-confidence and personal  growth.  The cost of the trip per student will be approximately $350  which will be raised through  fund raising efforts or personal  funds.  Up to 16 grade 12 students  from Chatelech Secondary  depart Sept. 27 for a canoe trip  up Jervis Inlet.  The trip was originally  scheduled to last for one week  but senior students already feeling pressure from iheir course  load asked to shorten the experience to just four days.  The trip is an opportunity for  the students to learn first hand  about outdoor education, as well  as the natural and cultural history of the Sunshine Coaat  Financial statements  Money's tight this year as  secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson released financial statements for the year ended June  30, 1993. The operating fund  results show an accumulated  surplus for June 1993 at $297.  The $358,211 available as  surplus last year was needed to  cover the deficit in funding for  the present school year.  Trustee Elections  Three readings and an adoption were given by the board to  an elections bylaw.  The Sunahlne Coast Regional District-has agreed to conduct  the November trustee elections  in conjunction with the regional  director's poll. A motion  accepting this arrangement is  requested.  All local governments have  agreed to the appointment of  Anne Pressley as Chief Electoral Officer, in order to ensure  consistency in polling regulations.  Green Party nominates candidate  The Green Party has  announced the nomination of  Michael Mascall as its candidate  for the North Island federal  electoral district. Mascall is 43  years old and is a consulting  economist. He and his wife,  Katherine, have three children  and are residents of Quadra  Island.  Mascall is not new to the  political arena. In the 1991  provincial election he was the  Green Party candidate for the  North Island constituency. He  believes there is a need for a  change in the political climate,  arguing the mainstream parties  are virtually all the same. "By  placing environment first, the  Greens are the only party thinking in terms of long-term survival," says Mascall.  Among other policies,  Greens are against NAFTA.  "Our long-term economic  strength will depend on regional  decision making and community  self-reliance," states Mascall in  a prepared statement.  JTHIrucanglU.  SAND ��� CRUSHED ROCK ��� DRAIN ROCK  PIT-RUN ��� BLASTED ROCK SALES  CELL #328-9899  PHONE Jim Robinson (385-7878  MAItlNO ADDRESS  R.R.1 JOLLY ROGER SITE  C-20 HALFMOON BAY VW 1V0  10190 MERCER RD.  SECRET COVE  TOWN OF  GIBSONS  Notice of  Tax Sale  Public Notice is hereby given that on  September 27,1993, at 10:00 a.m. in the  Council Chamber of the Municipal Hall at 474  South Fletcher Road, the Collector will conduct  the annual tax sale,  The following parcel will be offered for sale by  public auction if the delinquent taxes and  interest are not sooner paid:  FOLIO  755,000  LEGAL DESCRIPTION  Lot 16, Block 1 of K& L, D.L. 686, Plan 4028  STREET ADDRESS  629 Glen Road  Prospective purchasers are hereby advised  that any purchase of tax sale property will be  subject to a one year redemption period by the  registered owner.  Ian C. Poole, CA  DEPUTY TREASURER/COLLECTOR  fbt Corporation of tfjt  gistritt of jwljdt  P.O.Baa 1��,SS45InUtAvtwm,Sochalt,BC.VON3*0 TiWphone(604)666*1966 Fat(604)665*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Nolle* ro: Nomination  Papers  Nomination papers are now available at  the Municipal Hall tor candidates wishing  to be nominated for the District of Sechelt  Municipal Council or School Trustee.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires,  A Burning Permit for all other types ol  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1903 to mid-  October. There is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be made  to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURMNQ PERMITS  ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE PRESENT  TIME DUE TO THE CURRENT HOT  WEATHER CONDITIONS.  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  New Municipal  Hall Hours  Please note that the Sechelt Municipal  Hall will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00  p.m. Monday thiough Friday beginning  September 13th, 1993.  Lynda's Boutique  Is changing owners.  Vera's Boutique  will be moving  Oct 1st to $531 Wharf St  Vera looks forward to meeting  you and extending a  warm welcome.  It pays to  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  ROCKWOOD  events  NIGHT  Fun with Harmony  in Singing  with Judy Beagan  To develop independence in  singing and a sense of rhythm  & timfcvJfiHe learning to fing I  InhomoiVPeeJSbw*!  Open to all-12 sessions txslinlng ,  ThursdkV,S��pt.30.^  Level 1-6-7pm Children  Level 2 -7.15-8.15pm Adults  Guitar Instruction  with Judy Beagan  12 sessions beginning Tues., Sept. 28  Level 1 - 7-Bpm Beginners $SS  Level 2-8:15-9:15pm Advanced $60  Tai Chi  with Merrily Corder  B sessions beginning Mon., Sept. 27  Noon - 1pm Fee $50  Yoga with  SaraGcrring  10 sessions beginning Wed., Sept. 22  Beginners: 6-7:30pm $65  On-going: 7:35-9:30pm $70  Yoga with  Carol Brophy  10 sessions beginning Tues., Sept. 21  Beginners; 6-7:30pm $65  On-going: 7:35-9:00pm $70  Children Theatre  Workshops  Have lun while developing  creativity and confidence with  Maggi Guzzi.  8 sessions beginning Mon., Sept. 27  Ages: 6*14 4:30*6pm $48  Creative Projects for  Young Designers  with Greta Guzek  Join in the graphic arts in a lun J,  creative way. Fee: $60  6 workshops begin Sept. 25- 9-18 yr  6 workshops begin Nov. 6 - 6*8 yrs  Design:  Composition and  Colour for Arts  and Crafts  A guide to inspiration, planning and  preparation of original design  with Jan Poynter for the technical!/  competent craftspereon. $65  6 workshops begin Tues., Sept. 28  10-noon  Painting for the Joy  of it III  Watercolourist Gordon Munro  Find fun at all levels. $ 75  Nov 3 & 4,10am-4pm  Call for details  885-2322  ���-��� K  '       *>   - Coast News, September 20, 1993  r \  V** ���  Election Day  Is on its way!  THE RULES FOR THIS ELECTION ARE BASED ON THE  RECENTLY AMENDED CANADA ELECTIONS ACT.  ���* a  m-      m  Will the new Elections Act affect how you exercise your right to vote?  Yes, to some extent, because the new measures will provide eligible voters with more ways  to exercise their right to vote. For example, it is now possible to vote by "Special Ballot"  and revision of the voters list has been extended to give more voters the opportunity to be  registered.  The Special Ballot: a new way to have your say  By allowing you to vote in advance either by mail or in person, the Special Ballot addresses  voter concerns related to conflicting schedules, distance or mobility.  ��� If you expect that you will be unable to vote on Election Day, October 25 or at the  Advance Polls, October 16,18 and 19, you can vote by Special Ballot as of now. For more  information, contact the Elections Canada office in your riding.  ��� Voters away from their riding can pick up the registration form entitled "Voting by  Canadians away from their ridings", available at all Canada Post Corporation outlets  lMAIL>POSTEl  ��� As for voters who are temporarily outside Canada, and Canadians who have been residing  abroad for less thaniive years, you can play a part in helping them to exercise their right  to vote. Just tell thdii to pick up the above registration form at any Canadian diplomatic  mission abroad. Or if possible, send them one by fax. The forms can be found at all  Canada Post Corporation outlets.  An election with a difference: no enumeration*  The voters list, compiled by Elections Canada during  the enumeration for the October 1992 referendum, will  be used again for this federal election. In order to update  this list, the majority of Canadians will receive, within the  coming weeks, a Federal Voters List Revision Card, as  illustrated. This card confirms that your name is on the list  and tells you where and when you can vote. A leaflet from  Elections Canada will arrive shortly afterwards explaining what to do in order to correct  any errors or omissions on this card.  ��� Except in Quebec, as thc one held there last October was conducted under provincial legislation.  �� ELECTION M)-!  WHT"   m__mmm    um.gaMB.   SSaVST  'aanRSaVaaaa.  tlMkeaaWi ��*-*-*���  MMIMMM  l��HlllO��l>  MMKHHaH  taKIMIMiro  tSZm.  A reminder to all eligible voters  To exercise your right to vote, you must be a Canadian citizen, at least 18 years of age on  Election Day and your name must appear on the voters list.  Some important dates to remember  End of revision of the voters list: October 20 ��� Advance Polls: October 16, 18 and 19 ���  Election Day: October 25  * Notice to all cable subscribers: Elections Canada voter information is broadcast daily on the Parliamentary Channel.  * If you know a person who has difficulty reading, please inform them of the content of this advertisement.  Jean-Pierre Kingsley "  Chief Electoral Officer of Canada  A  YOUR VOTE IS YOUR SAY  i  ELECTIONS  CANADA  The non-partisan agency responsible  for tbe conduct of federal elections  ���Ma  _m_w_m  mm Coast News, September 20, 1993  community  george In gibsons  by (Seorge Cooper  Gus and Verda Schneider of  Gibsons attended a hockey tournament for youngsters in age  groups from eight to 15 held in  the Lower Mainland, Aug. 12 to  18. Their interest was their  grandson, Shon Jones-Parry, a  defence player for the Northern  Alberta Allstars.  Shon's team was outstanding,  winning all their games in the  minor peewee division wilh very  few goals scored against them  by teams from BC, Manitoba  and Minnesota.  Shon was awarded the plaque  and a $250 travel voucher as  best defenceman in his division.  He was also selected for the all-  star team of the tournament.  WW Q memento  The Gibsons Legion has a  memento of the Canadian  Women's Army Corps (CWAC)  recently given to the branch by  Mrs. Dorothy "Do" Wortman of  Gibsons.  The memento is a block of  grey granite with a facsimile of  the CWAC cap badge cut into  one face of the granite. Do, then  Captain Wortman, was quartermaster of the CWAC unit stationed in 1943 near Barrie,  Ontario. Her commanding officer was the late Jean Fallows,  Roller hockey teams square off Salurday morning In the enclosed play area at Cedar (irove  Elementary. Joel Johnstone photo  then Major Fallows. The bleak  barracks needed some touching  up and one of the tasks assigned  the quartermaster was to obtain  a replacement for a block missing from the fireplace in their  officers mess. The missing  block had been removed by a  departing regiment as a souvenir  since it had their insignia cut  into it.  Wortman did find a stonecutter in Barrie to do the cap badge  design and with the assistance of  the engineers soon had this  CWAC block set into the fire  place face. Upon the unit's disbanding in 1946 the granite  block came to Roberts Creek  with Jean and Do - a souvenir.  Now it serves as a reminder to  legion members of the women  who served in the forces in WW  Most people think there's only one way  to help the developing world. We hsve 26.  Call im at 1-800-661-CODE for more information.  4*  CODE  Self-tuffldency through Uteracyb the developing world.  roberts creek  by Katharine Trueman  Well, our summer, like Ihe  showy blooms is beginning to  fade what with colourful leaves  adorning the lawn and definite  chills in the air. Barbecues and  leisurely sunny days are  becoming memories and we  begin to focus on fall  happenings in the Creek. If you  are a newcomer to the Coast or  if you have been here for many  years, the Creek according to the  history I have read has always  been a beehive of activity with  much community involvement.  The fall of 1993 is no exception.  Roberts Creek legion  The Roberts Creek legion,  branch 219 offers a variety of  i activity for -all members and  their Quests. Every Tuesday at  7:15 at the Roberts Creek hall,  bingo is offered and is open lo  anyone in Ihe community. For  action of a different venue try  'darts for fun' on Tuesdays at  7:30 pm or crib on Thursdays at  8 pm, both at the legion hall. For  something extra special treat  yourself and a guest to either a  barbecued steak on Friday or a  roast beef dinner on Saturday  from 6 to 8 pm at reasonable  prices. Entertainment is also  provided and September 24 and  25, the legion presents 'The  Couriers', a rock 'n roll blues  group.  The legion also has an active  ladies auxiliary that meets regularly and is now beginning to  plan for Remembrance Day. The  branch is open from 11 am to 11  pm Monday to Thursday and 11  am to I am Friday and Saturday,  where new member applications  are available. Phone president  Billy Rodgers al 885-9258 for  more information.  Daycare  Melanie Berg, who presently  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  runs the after school club at  Roberts Creek elementary for  ages five to 12 years has raised  the question - is there a need for  a day care in Roberts Creek?  Melanie is considering starting a  licensed day care with a qualified teacher in place and has the  facilities ready to go. If you  have any ideas or input give  Melanie a call at 885-3720.  Surely by now evety  resident in the Creek  owns at least one  pair of official  Roberts Creek  gumboots,  RCCA  The object of the Roberts  Creek Community Association  is to study problems and events  in Roberts Creek and to take  whatever action is deemed  advisable in the interests of residents as a whole. RCCA secretary Jamie Davidson says "We  try to represent the broadest  cross-section of Roberts Creek  as possible." In addition we are  landlords for the community  hall, the library, post office and  the small foot of land behind  this complex.  Meetings are usually held the  fourth Wednesday of each  month, but this month will be  held on Sept. 29 at 7:30 pm at  the hall. Brett McGillivray ,  SCRD regional director for  Roberts Creek attends all meetings and is always willing to  answer questions.  Only members have a vote of  substance, but everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend  as your continuing support is  needed, claims Davidson. Memberships can be obtained at  meetings or from the library or  Creek Hair Salon at $5 per person.  Gumboots  Surely by now every resident C"  in the Creek owns at least one  pair of official Roberts Creek  gumboots. What does one do  with them when they no longer  fit or are unserviceable? Why  recycle, of course. And Gail  Newman has just the plan. Upon  hearing that the Roberts Creek  hall is in need of a new septic  field, Gail decided to pitch in  and lend a hand.  By cutting up gumboots, she  has created exotic fridge magnets, trendy pins and even earrings. These are available at the  general store and would make  great stocking stuffers. All proceeds are going to the septic  field fund. If you would like to  help out call Gail at 886-3977  who will be glad to have your  old boots and she'll even make  house calls to pick them up.  Library notes  "Of making many books-  there is no end" says the preacher and this is why all libraries  cpmplain of lack of space. We  found our collection of short  stories had pushed its way into  our special shelf of staff choices.  Look high to your left as you  enter the library and you will see  'selections from our collection',  an ever-changing selection of  books which our volunteers recommend. We will also feature  various superior writers in the  mystery and other fields, hoping  to draw your attention to someone you may not have stumbled  on. We hope you will check this  shelf with the same regularity as  you check our popular new  books display.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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Smaller size grips  and brake levers lor younger children provide better  control and breaking power.  ��sw����  Suggested retell 949.95  Uf-Awtjrttor -CfcrlstMM  tupoelt mm hoM m-f n-^mnty -,*.*-. ���  model (tor   Skate Board  Parts & Accessoriel  NOW Available  al Mountain  Hish Cycle  Mm 10       Coast News, September 20, 1993  Congratulations  Samuel  Simpson  to Dr. Sam Simpson  for successfully completing  Doctor of     year one of your Chiropractic  Chiropractic Fellowship in Sports Medicine  at Simon Fraser University.  Best of luck in year two. V/.V/.-4.fi.  community  Farmers' market, a return to tradition  THE m  ��� homt fhwwj  qf Douglas fir  ��� Custom tttst&n  WVfcfJ  R.R. 3,  Powell River.  VSA 5C1  IBER FRAME  COMPANY  ^      ��� stres.s-ikin  \       fktnel emlosHre.,  ]    ��� call or write  J         for  infontuitum  Maurice Shapiro  B.C.  (604) 487*43%  Many years ago, women and men gathered in a town square and under shady old  trees to barter their farm excess.  A pile of eggs on a shawl; a spare lamb;  perhaps a basket of windfall fruit. These  markets were casual and loosely organized  but became an important place to meet and  exchange news.  Every Sunday in front of the old Roberts  Creek community hall, a handful of local  producers inadvertently duplicate this old  marketing system.  You'll always find Shirley of Chichako  Ranch ihere, with her organic produce, pepper jellies, jams and flavoured vinegars; and  Laurelle is standing by with fresh baked  bread, pies and coffee cakes. Robin appears  J_m__J_*    BAU   m_^_^_m_mm_m  asms amy news  once the dew has dried, with a selection of  indoor and outdoor plants. Debbie makes an  appearance with her farm eggs, art and soul  products and usually has a few free-range  chickens ready for basting and popping into  the oven.  Not-so-regulars make their appearance  also, to sell the odd flat of beans or berries  and then make their way home. The customers stand and chat and some bring their  own coffee for the visit.  The Roberts Creek farmers' market will  be running until the end of September, so  bring down that spare produce or extra lamb  and meet your neighbours.  Or drop by wilh the family and pick up  something healthy for dinner - stay for a  visit, exchange news on the weather, share  gardening tips and feel part of a very old tradition.  Market hours are 9 am to 1 pm each Sunday in front of the Roberts Creek hall. On  Saturday, Sept. 25 the market will shift  briefly lo Sechelt.  From 10 am to 2 pm the usual sellers plus  a few Sechelt folks will be gathering behind  Gilligan's Pub. If it's raining, the Sechelt  market will be postponed lo Oct. 2, so check  Ihe sky before you head over.  Meanwhile, the Roberts Creek version,  gumboots at the ready, will be running with  no regard for Ihe weather for a few more  weeks. For more information call Shirley at  886-7859.  ���Ballet* National* Jazz  ��� R.A.D. + I.S.T.D. Syllabi  ��� Preschool to adult classes  ��� Examinations available  (primary to advanced)  Mrs. Penny Lea Hudson  A.R.A.D., A.I.S.T.D.  886-9449  AVALON CONSTRUCTION  HOME  IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS  ��� Additions/Renovations  ��� New Constructions  ��� Basements ��� Garages ��� Sundecks  ��� Replacement Windows  ��� Cedar* Vinyl ��� Aluminum Siding  ��� Kitchens/Bathrooms  ��� Project Management  SERVING THE SUI*fSHINE COAST AND SUIUOUNDING IS1ANDS  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885.3629  'It was the besl ever' was the  sentiment expressed by over 50  people who turned out for the  potluck dinner at the hall last  Sunday.  It was a wonderful display of  community solidarity. The menu  was delicious, the camaraderie  was obvious and already talk is  in the air about a dinner dance in  December.  Entertainment was supplied  by Reg and Lynne Dickson and  Evelyn Bushell (who, incidentally, along with husband Jack,  celebrated their 63rd wedding  anniversary last week).  Special thanks to Jack Knaus  for his welcome contribution to  the affair. He and Marlis  brought along their son, his wife  and family who are visiting  from Switzerland to join in the  fun. Don't miss the next one.  Arthritis group  A self-help arthritis support  group is starting up on Tuesday,  Sept. 21 at the hall from 10 am  to 12 pm and every other Tuesday after. The group will be  coordinated by Joyce Erickson  who has taught courses on how  to cope with thi* disease. For  Anther information call Joyce at  885-51382.  Garden wedding  A garden setting was the pel*  feet choice for the wedding oT  Shannon Dickson and Cory Hef  golt who took their vows oh  August 28 in the presence of  110 guests. The daughter of Reg  and l.ynn Dickson, Shannon  was radiant in white satin and  lace. Her sister Sara, as maid of  honour was gowned in hunter  green, while the bridesmaids,  sister Amy was in deep purple  and the groom's sister, Maggie,  wore royal blue. Best man was  Rob Moyer with Matt Hergott  and Clay Munson as ushers. The  couple honeymooned on Vancouver Island and have returned  to reside in Davis Bay.  Bridge  The Sechelt/Roberts Creek  merry-go-round bridge luncheon  heralds the start of the bridge  season on Sept. 29 at St. Hilda's  hall at 12 noon. Admission is $5  and this includes lunch and an  afternoon of bridge.  For more information call  Margaret at 885-2840 or 885-  2916. DB/WC bridge commences on Friday, Oct. 8 at 1  pm in the hall and continues  every other Friday. If you are  interested call Lois at 885-9010  or Maria at 885-4473.  Lost Iguana  Only in Davis Bay - Bill Gibbons decided some fresh scarlet  runner beans would be nice for  dinner sq up his trusty ladder he  climbed.  Reaching for a nice long fat  one, lie clutched something that  wiggled and squirmed. Not a  bean, but an iguana aboul a foot  long. Someone's pet gone  astray? It was just about then  that I would have fallen off the  ladder.  Ron Boychuk, spokesman for Ducks Unlimited, explains the  organization's purpose for holding the Sunshine Coast's  upcoming third annual Ducks Unlimited banquet, Nov. 20 at  the Sechelt Citizens Activity Centre. For more information  about DU or the upcoming banquet call Barry Naimark at  885-4588 or Sandie Lanskail at 885-5476.     Joel Johnstone photo  THE LANDING  GENERAL STODE  'Watch for bargains king added.  272 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons Landing . 886-2818  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The Sunshine Coast is an  area rich in interest groups,  clubs and societies. You can  usually find some group whose  activities will interest you.  There are sports activities,  craft clubs and arts groups. Volunteering, open to young and  old, healthy and infirm is a wonderful way to meet people,  become part of the fabric of the  community and to achieve  worthwhile goals. Find out  about the volunteer opportunities by contacting the Volunteer  and Information Centre at 885-  5881.  by Joyce Ostry  Shortly after 11 am on Thursday, Sept. 16  Branch 69 Seniors Centre greeted Branch 15 from  New Westminster as they departed their bus. The  friendly committee with chairman Martin Flynn  was on hand to welcome guests from the bus.  There was a grand tour of the building and then  coffee was served. The general meeting for  September began at the regular time at 1:30 pm.  Unless otherwise called, the meetings are always  on the third Thursday of the month.  Coming events at the cenlre include dinner and  entertainment at 6 pm on Thursday, Sept. 30.  Another evening of dinner and entertainment will  be on Thursday, Oct. 20. At 11 am on Nov. 6 is  the annual fall bazaar and luncheon. Saturday  evening, Nov. 25 at 6 pm sees another gathering  for dinner and entertainment.  Following is the weekly and monthly activity  list:  Monday - carpet bowling at 1:30 pm; Tuesday -  first and third, crib and whist at 1:30 pm, second  and fourth, Aggravation at 1:30 pm; Wednesday -  weekly oil painting at 1 pm; Thursday - weekly  crafts at 9:30 am, weekly pom-poms at 9:30 am,  second and fourth, social bingo at 1:30 pm; Friday  - Gibsons Lanes bowling at 10:30 am and 1 pm;  Saturday - weekly bridge at 1 pm; Exercises Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10 am; square  dancing Tuesday and Friday at 8 pm; 69ers practise when called.  The seniors centre the number is 885-3513.  rSMMMH  The Kenmac Parts ad which appeared in the September  16 Coast News Weekender should have listed Interstate  batteries (not Magnacharge) at $63.95. .Also, the  correct phone number is 886-2031.  The Coast News apologizes for any inconvenience to  customers of Kenmac Parts.  For frr-e in Ikmiic estimate call John at 885-0588  SURREY DRAPERY CENTRE  Classifieds to  cheer about!  Call 886-2622  or 885-3930  Trail Bay project  The Trail Bay Park Project,  started by concerned citizens,  continues its efforts toward  establishing waterfront parkland  in front of Sechelt for aii of us.  They are raising much-needed funds through a raffle. Prizes  include a cord of seasoned firewood delivered free anywhere  on the Sunshine Coast; a bird's  eye maple burl mantle clock;  and a copy of Helen Dawe's  Sechelt. Tickets are available at  Books 'n Stuff in Trail Bay  Mall.  Chamber of commerce  The Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce will  continue to accept nominations  for Good Citizen of the Year,  Good Business and Good Business Person of the Year up to  Sept. 24. Nomination must be in  writing, outlining your reasons  for the nomination. A banquet  and dance to announce the  award winners will be held Oct.  16 at the legion hall.  Arts centre  Plan to take in the reading at  the Arts Centre on Friday, Sept.  24 at 8 pm. Bill Valgardson,  award-winning writer, wilt be  reading from his novel Tbe Girl  With the Botticelli Face and  from some of his other works.  Admission is free, courtesy of a  Canada Council Grant. Valgardson is a lively speaker and reader so it promises to be an interesting evening.  The Arts Centre is also presenting a new exhibition from  now until Oct. 9. It is entitled  Baby and Me and features the  work of Tina Thompson. It is a  celebration of new motherhood  in a series of paintings and  monoprints.  library  The Friends of the Sechelt  Public Library meet every  fourth Wednesday at 7:30 pm at  the Sechelt Library. Members  and anyone interested are urged  to attend. The group has been  busy with several projects and  new members are welcome.  ���������---���-���-*-������-������------���-���������  team  i*_i_ilsta_m_m_m_m_M_m_i.  mm  mM���m  m. Coast News, September 20, 1993       11  community  An impressive number of  Pender folk turned out for fun  and good times at the first  Irvine's Landing Day.  Boatbuilding with hand tools  in preparation for the first Joe  Bay Classic boat race held  centre stage. Here,  Christopher, Mike, Wayne  and Cory toil away, but not  quickly enough to enter the  race.  Joel Johnstone photo  BPfl| |^MWa i'17.  The  Creekhouse  will be  closed for  holidays -  \_m'^-*15SSa  Re-opening  October 29  Thank you for  your patronage!  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  harbour gybe  by Marie Blsson-Montpetite, 883-2142  Volleyball season is in full swing - we  wish all the teams good luck in their future  games.  School photos are on Sept. 24; meet the  teachers is Sept. 28 from 7 to 9 pm.  Madeira Park elementary  Marg O'Coffey is looking for 30 volunteers to help out with Ihe Terry Fox Run on  Friday, Sept. 24 at 11:30 am.  The Pender Harbour Fitness Centre is  offering a free fitness class that morning at  hallmoon happenings  9:15 to anyone who will go out and volunteer with this activity. Phone 883-2373.  Sage Wright is looking for a donation of  two fridges (in working order) for the school  milk program.  PH Aquatic ft Fitness Centre  Fall programs are in full swing.  Red Cross swim lessons start this week.  The Pool Rats Royal Life Saving Society  Youth Club is happening on Tuesdays from  3:30 to 4:40 for seven to 17 year olds.  The Red Cross First Aid Course is being  postponed until a weekend at the end of  November.  PH health centre  Annual general meeting is Sept. 26 at 2  pm with the election of officers and reports  on the changes in the health system.  Chamber of Commerce  Meeting on Sept 27 at 7:30 pm at the  legion with the election of officers, including  two directors and one secretary treasurer.  Anyone with news fit to print please drop  it off at the pool or phone me at 883-2142.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Some statistics on the use of  Coopers Green and the launching ramp have been received  from Joanne Martin and Don,  the capable caretakers of the  park.  It was calculated that more  than 2,000 people used the park,  just over 1,000 boats were  launched and almost 200 divers  enjoyed the waters. In comparison to last year, there were  almost 300 more boats using the  launching ramp, a fact which  can no doubt be accounted for  by the increase in the number of  fish caught.  There is no count of the weddings which were celebrated at  the Green, but just as recently as  last Saturday there was a wedding party from Coquitlam  when Paul Philip Auclair and  Judy Lynn Wynes exchanged  vows.  This young couple will take  up residence in Welcome  Woods once their house is completed.  Nighttime fairyland  Recently there have been  some spectacular evenings on  the waters of Halfmoon Bay  when, just after sunset, the  ocean turns into a display of fluorescent lights.  It was particularly delightful  while paddling canoe or kayak  when the lights seemed to  respond to the paddle motions.  Paul Philip  Auclair and  Judy Lynn  Wyles at their  windy-day  wedding at  Coopers Green.  Ruth Forrester  photo  This is a phenomenon which  does not happen too often and  which is indeed awesome.  Help needed  Joanne Dickeson of the Halfmoon Bay Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is appealing for the  help of lots of strong willing  hands next Saturday, Sept. 25 at  the Trout Lake Road location.  Starting at 10 am there will be a  log-raising party.  This is lo construct the build  ing on the site which will, in the  future, be put to several uses,  one suggestion being that of a  gift shop to help raise funds for  the centre. Anyone willing to  help is asked to bring along any  tools which may be useful for  the project, although there are  already several such tools on  site.  Following the construction,  volunteers will be treated to a  barbecue.  NEEDFUL THINGS  PRIZE WINNERS  Please pick up your prizes at the Coast News Gibsons office - 886-2622  Sponsor  lhe Landing Clothing Co.  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Chocolate  Chip Cookies  pkg of 18   iFLORAL  BAKERY  Any Item from  our Full Service  Seafood  Department  !?mi)ci 20-2  tyloiis Hoi  M.ukcl  WHU Coast News, September 20, 1993       13  leisure  Photo exhibit finds focus in diversity  by Cynthia von Rhau  After just one hour at The  Quay Works latest show, a  three-person exhibit of photographs featuring ihe work of  Iris Marcela Solis de Ovando,  Zoe Mackenzie and Lionel  Trudel, I left feeling a bit dizzy  and utterly dazzled.  In the Quay Works show  Lionel Trudel was the only  generalist showing. He trained  in the Canadian Army and has  done everything from industrials  to ariels hanging out of an open  helicopter door lo spreads for  Step Magazine, to studio portraiture, to location portraiture.  His campaign photo of Howard  While, poised wilh fishing fleet  behind may not have won an  election, but it's a memorable  portrait. Trudel's portraits of  men have power, show character, such a photo is in the show -  John Lekich.  His portraits of women  express an internalized notion of  how a woman should look. He's  picked the Vogue Magazine  with Playboy stirred in image as  true womanhood, so his women  lack character.  Usually.  But, pow, there is a breakthrough in the show that holds  promise for future female photos. With dramatic lighting he's  stripped a beautiful woman of  her Playboy pretliness revealing  a face and figure of androgynous, Grecian classicism. For  sheer dramatic power this photo  is rivalled only by his study of  Quay Works unveils 'Latitudes', an exhibit of photography by  three local artists. Lionel Trudel photo  Zale Dalen, which hangs behind  the Quay Works entrance  counter. And for sheer fun don't  miss Trudel's animal snout  image.  Which takes us to the only  amusing piece by Iris Marcela  Solis de Ovando, an elephant  and dinosaur. Chilean born,  Canadian raised, graduate of  Emily Carr Fine Arts as a photography major, Solis de Ovan-  do's work is breathtaking. To  lose one's breath isn't comfortable.  Looking at her work is a bit  like jumping on and off the  railroad tracks in front of an  oncoming train, or going for a  stroll in a hurricane. She is an  artist who uses photography.  Her works are painterly in that  they recall other very different  works.  Val, a collage, recalls  Bruegel's visions of hell;  Manuelitos recalls Goya's mad  period.  She is not derivative, emotions are conjured, similar emo  tions.  To say an artist is not derivative, or influenced, is like saying  water is not wet. If Solis de  Ovando is influenced, I don't  know her sources. She's an  extraordinary original. One  hopes lhat Quay Works would  offer her a one-person show to  include a range of her works in  various media.  Zoe Mackenzie at 18 has had  an exciting start to her career as  a photographer.  She studied with Jude  Renault at Elphinstone, the  photography course, and then  leapt out on her own with work  appearing in the BC Festival of  Arts and for Kodak she did the  Canadian poster for Images of  Who We Are.  Pretty heady stuff for an 18-  year-old tyro.  And, is it fair to critique a  talented young person by the  same standards as the others,  who are more experienced, and  have clarified to some extent  their personal vision? When you  toss your hat into the ring, when  you elect to show, the answer is  'yes'.  Zoe's work is vapid,  clever/tricky, superficial, unoriginal, but promising. The bicycle photo, handpainted, with  waves of coloured energy surges  is outstanding, and full of  promise.  Overall the show is a triumph.  It's called Latitudes and will  continue until Sept. 28.  Arts centre readings open with noted BC author  An award winning BC author will open  this season's series of free readings sponsored  by the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre and the  Canada Council. Bill Valgardson will read  from his latest novel The Girl with the Botticelli Face.  Set in what can only be Victoria, the novel  centres around a murder mystery, which the  author claims to have known about. Following thc breakdown of his marriage, a middle-  aged English'professor develops a fascination  for a waitress, the girl with the Botticelli face,  and her murder plunges him into a search for  her and for himself.  While the author claims lhe book is fiction  he is a divorced 53-year-old professor of creative writing at the University of Victoria.  Although the novel is essentially a tragedy,  the brunt of its socially critical blow is softened by the author's acute sense of observa  tion. The woik has been panned by some feminists because of its depiction of that group  but Valgardson says he has nothing against  that group, as against believers en masse of  any hue.  The novel centres around a  murder mystery, which tbe  author claim* to have  known about  Valgardson is the winner of the President's  Medal for short fiction, the Books in Canada  Best First Novel award, the CBC first prize in  short fiction and in drama and the BC Book  Prize.  The Girl with the Botticelli Face will be  presented in a two hour radio drama and in  condensed form on Between the Covers on  CBC.  His first novel Gentle Sinners won the  Books in Canada First Novel Award in 1980  and garnered notoriety 10 years later when a  Manitoba group asked for its removal from  school libraries because they claimed it contained "filthy language and pornography."  Valgardson says one of his aims is to get  people thinking and tatting.  He hopes; for instance, that by raising the  topic of male sexual abuse in The Girl that  more people will begin talking about the  issue.  The reading begins at 8 pm Friday, Sept.  24 at the Arts Centre. There is no admission  charge.  Following the reading, the audience will  have a chance to meet informally with the  author.  Dessert auction rivalries heating up,  competition promises to be ferocious  The battle lines have been  drawn in the flour, Ihe aprons  donned, and the wooden spoons  sharpened for the Second Annual Celebrity Dessert Auction.  The celebrities are spending  the final week outwitting the  opposition, honing their culinary skills and even engaging in  some covert cuisine cover-ups.  All is fair in love and pastries!  The (.���veiling kicks off al 7:.10  pm for Ihe uncovering - the public's first glimpse of the tasty  desserts.  The caloric drenched evening  will be accompanied by live  music by some of the Coast's  well-known musicians. Mick  Bryant and Steve McCarthy join  forces to present music to muse  by - acoustic, contemporary  jazz.  The duo, seen delighting  audiences at numerous local  events, get the evening underway on the right note! As audiences take time to savour Iheir  winnings with a refreshment of  wine or fine imported coffees,  Gordon Webber and Barbara  Lee Fraser will entertain with  their special brand of traditional  Celtic and contemporary folk  music.  All the proceeds from the  evening go directly to Ihe Second Annual Rockwood Centre  Storytelling Festival, October 1-  3.  The Festival features five  venues, wilh more than 20 performers over three days. The  celebrities are guaranteeing a  fight to the end, and all eyes  will be on Sechelt Fire Chief  Bill Higgs as he attempts to better his flaming effort of last  year.  Tickets for the event that has  come to symbolize good taste  on the Coast are available al the  Rockwood Centre Hot Ticket  line at 885-2S22.  *  CDA/ACD  r w  Know your skin! Do a  self-examination, and  see your doctor if you  notice any changes in  your skin.  MrlfHr  ���CANOVWON OMSION  jtfWINTERjfc  VBOOT SALE*  ���20% off*.  T (One week only)  SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 2ty  ** 40% off   W  selected men's shoes  1/2 PRICE SALE continues  for summer clearance  SiWacttoes Shoes  SUNNYCREST MALL, OIBSONS ��� 886-2624  .otseshoePitc4.  ��� TOURNAMENT^?  Sat. Sept., 25th starting at 5 pm  Sun. Sept., 26th starting at 1 pm  Pre-registration Thurs. & Fri. $5.00 entrance fee, with all  monies being given back for $$ prizes St.  Enjoy our weekend special;  *" A hefty 14oz T-booe steak with ill thc  tail's for $16.95  COMIONDOWNYAHIAWI!  NOW ACCEPTING lOOKINCJ FOR CHRIJTMAS PARTIES  Davis Boy 885-9319         R  H  yuaFMooN bay  ANTIQUES ��� COLLECTABLES  MEMORABILIA  r#ADlNG POS"v  Mon-Fri 11-5:30 ___ ___.,  mg Sat & Sun 11-6 Oo5-U5ol *w ���  f^ Next to Halfmoon Bay General Store pa}  VINYL SIDING  Vlnytt Aluminum Windows-' Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sutvtek Hairing, fttio Costings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain MMS7!  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Lord Jim's iSJL.  Resort "���asso^iy*  Ole's Cove Rd., just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS ��� SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  7 days a week  8 ��� 2 p.m. & 6 - 9 p.m.  Reservations Requested 885-7038  S^nooH Boy  Classes Start Sept. 20  Cooper's Green ��� 7-8:30 pm, Monday - Wednesday  Halfmoon Bay School ��� 6-7:15 pm, Thursdays  (Kits Classes Only)  Phone 885-9026  Instructor: Ron Robinson  ', Sept 24 & 25  NORM GLASS  ���nfyBBQSteak ���6-8pni,$7.00ind.G.S,T.  KITCHEN  OPEN  SATURDAYS   12-3  0PIN SUNDAYS 12 ��� 6 / UMKjjj WON. ��� HI. 11 ��� X  Next General Mealing  HciiStpl20  Crib  Timtopjpm  Wd,7pm  Meat Draw  fiwy SrtHWf 4 pn  ROBERTS CREEK  MM Low. i koud ��� 886 998'-)  Friday & Saturday, Sept24 & 23  COURIERS  ��  ��� Mdmr,*-9pm  ��tmtm4u\f,6-$pm  $7.50 Ind Q.S.T. (wM�� <>��������*>* lo*)  OPEN FOR LUNCH 1 1 AM  Next General Meeting  Wed. Sept 22  Bingo  I'm. 7:15 put  Crib  CLOSID  SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  /y   IDI ��� 886 7*  (Mfmcmetl)  Bt30.Tt30p.rn. ��� $��J0indOi.T.  flt*��\ 0 P 1 N   SUNDAYS   11  KITCHEN OPEN MON.- FRI.  Next General Meeting  nm.Jipf.2l  Darts  mi7:30pm  Crib  in. Ipm  mdL  Sat Meat Draw  fi��vJ)iVnlb)r*fpffl  aJtea  :'<     CLIP   'N'   SAVE    >  ] our  nnumuuitu  ucu'sptipi'r  MM  w_m_mt_\  m  wm  mmm 14       Coast News, September 20, 1993  ���ARK MUCH ��� TOP SOU a WASHIO  CRUSHH DUST a AQUA POST ��� PATIO HOCKS  CUAR CRUSHED ROCK ��� OARDIN MIX  MUSMOOM ftWNUM a IXPOSID AOOMOATI POTS  CiDAR ARMUU ��� CIDU POTS ��� nmWOOD  LANDSCAPi FMMC ��� OARDIN CONCRiH STATUS  ft nown nd nam rota  Mondoy to Saturday 9 5 ��� Closed Sundays  ���,'������.6 Wluiif St.  #C      Septic System  ��� Sketch a map of your yard, showing  the sewage line, septic tank, and  drainage Tield for future reference.  ��� Pump a septic tank regularly.  ��� Use chemical drain cleaners, toilet  bowl cleaners, or bleach sparingly to  avoid destroying tank's bacterial  action.  ��� Use white, non-fluffy toilet  tissue.  ��� Mix 1/2 pound of brewer's  yeast in  warm water, and flush down  toilet eveiy 6 months to  hasten decomposition.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  Reviving folk traditions in the Creek  by Charles Hart  Folk music is enjoying something of a  rennaissance in Roberts Creek these days  with the announcement of a winter coffee  house concert series and quality performances such as Nathan Curry and Linda  Miller at the Gumboot Cafe Thuisday night  Forty people were enough to fill the cafe's  corners for two sets of crafted traditional and  non-traditional songs and tunes.  Curry is a multi-instrumentalist from  Ottawa equally adept whether his hands are  wrapped around a guitar, fiddle, mandolin,  cittern (bouzouki) or Scottish small pipes.  Schooled in the traditional music of the Mar-  itimes and British Isles, Curry also pens his  own songs, melodic excursions into broader  musical territory.  Miller is a Hornby Island singer in possession of a strong, clear voice well suited to  the lilt of traditional balladry.  The low-key concert was followed by a  session of traditional music featuring Coast  talent on fiddle, hammer dulcimer, banjo,  bohdran (Irish hand drum), guitar, mandolin  and spoons.  Meanwhile, the Acoustic Gumboot Folk  Society's winter coffee house series opens  Wednesday at the hall with a concert by  Canadian folk artist Garnet Rogers.  In the 10 years since the death of his  musical partner and brother, the legendary  Stan Rogers, Garnet has emerged as a solo  performer and songwriter in his own right.  The concert begins at 7:30 pm; tickets available at the Creek Store and Coast Books.  Arts council seeks Lowndes award nominees  .4  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is soliciting nominations for the annual Gillian  Lowndes Memorial Award,  which is to be presented in  November.  Each year, a Sunshine Coast  artist (active in any field of the  arts) is recognized for innovation and recent growth and  achievement in his or her field.  Gillian Lowndes, a promising ypung dancer and then vice-  president of the Arts Council  died in 1981.  This award, the yearly inter  est yielded by a Canada Savings  Bond purchased by her parents  and the Arts Council for this  purpose, was created in her  memory.  Some former recipients have  been Pat Chamberlin (painter),  Betty Keller (writer) and Ken  Dalgleish (musician). Last  year's winner was Donna Balma  (painter).  Written nominations with  reasons for submission should  be sent by Oct. 31 lo: The Sunshine Coast Arts Council, Box  1565, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  Ckoanteed  Watch your savings grow as you help B.C. grow.  Buy B.C. Savings Bonds. The rock-solid investment,  guaranteed by the Province of British Columbia.  Unlike other savings bonds, B.C. Savings Bonds  keep your money working right here in B.C., providing  essential health and education services, and building  new schools and roads in your community. Iimtarn  And they build your savings too. with a W"W  competitive interest rate guaranteed for one full year.  | BC  These bonds are your chance to invest in Canada's  fastest growing province, the province with the highest  credit rating in the country. They're available only to B.C.  residents, in denominations of $100. And you can cash  them in every six months or at maturity in three years.  B.C. Savings Bonds. On sale September 20  to October 5 only. To purchase, or get more information, visit your bank, trust company, credit union  or investment dealer. Or call 1-800-463-BOND.  B.C. grows with RC. Bonds.  After school children's  theatre program  kicked off at Rockwood  Rockwood Centre is pleased to announce an after-school Children's Theatre Workshop series beginning Monday, Sept. 27. The  program will run for eight consecutive Mondays and will be facilitated by Maggi Kalve-Guzzi.  Kalve-Guzzi has facilitated summer children's theatre workshops  for the past three years, all of which resulted in performances at local  outdoor venues throughout the community.  She has a bachelor of arts in dance and has been involved in all  aspects of the theatre for 27 years and is totally committed to an  ongoing children's repertory theatre on the Sunshine Coast.  Each workshop in this series will be an hour and a half of creative  play, exploring the many facets of theatre, including improvisation,  voice, movement and group building.  There will be opportunities lo write scripts that could culminate in  a short performance piece to present to parents. Kalve-Guzzi's workshops have filled quickly in the past and registration is limited, so  enrol early by calling Rockwood Centre at 885-2522.  Comedy  Night  & Dance  with Rod Crawford,  Vlnce Flueck & Billy Mitchell  from Punchlines Comedy Club  In Vancouver  Saturday, Sept. 25  at the  Indian Band Hall  Doors open at 7 pm  Show at 8 pm  This is a fundraiser for the  Sunshine Coast Sharks  Admission is $15.00. Tickets may be purchased  from the Sharks (Contact Tom 885-2095)  or at the Coast News Offices.  1 our  i omiuuuilu  m'wspupv'v  it  .��.*~.;.Jt**:-r~m--���:������-.������'-������-���  _^_m Coast News, September 20, 1993       15  sports  Gibsons pair  swat medals at  Seniors Games  Paddling to victory in the BC Seniors Games, Gibsons  residents Jim Scolt and Norah Cox swiped a selection of  hardware in table tennis competition.  Scott, who started the Elphinstone table tennis club four  years ago, has been among the medal winners at the Seniors  Games before.  This year in Cranbrook on ihe Labour Day weekend he  collected the gold medal in doubles and a bronze in singles  play, losing in the semi-final to his doubles partner Phillip  Cheung of New Westminster.  The competition was a first-time outing for Norah Cox,  who took up the sport earlier this year when Scott took ping  pong tables to Harmony Hall. Cox improved so much in six  months of playing, said Scott, that she won the silver medal  in women's singles.  "It's fun and It's a greal game for seniors," said Scott,  "because you play to what your body can take. You get your  exercise, improve concentration and hand-eye coordination."  Scott said Ihere are more than 20 different events in the  Seniors Games and he's suprised there aren't more people  involved in competition from the Coast, which plays in Zone  4. "There's a lot of seniors in this area so there should be a  lot more participation."  For those interested in taking up table tennis, Ihe club is  starting up again Tuesday, Sept. 21 in Elphinstone Secondary  gym. Lasl season about 30 players met every Tuesday  through the winter, playing on four tables owned by the club.  Games are from 7 pm lo 9 pm.  pander golf  Jim Scott  and Nora  Cox, both of  Gibsons,  brought  back medals  from ping  pong  competition  at the BC  Senior's  Games  held In  Cranbrook  over the  Labour Day  weekend.  Joel Johnstone  photo  by Wendy Haddock  Senior Mens Day, Sept. 7.  Fifty four golfers played straight golf with  low net getting the prizes.  1st low net: D. Roberts; 2nd: Alex Kerr;  3rd: Bill Dean and Wilf Crowe; 4th: Hugh  Maginnis, Bill Jack, George Reid and George  Grout; 5th: Ernie Holloway, Mac McFariane,  Eric Antilla, Ted Dobrindt and Bill Ewan. KP  #3 - Alex Kerr. KP #6 - Hugh Maginnis.  dart points  Ladles Day, Sept 9.  Bingo Bango Bongo was the competition  and the winners were:  1st: Helen Crabb; 2nd: Cathy McQuitty;  3rd: Marcia Keim and Moni Langham.  Low gross - June Reeder.  Low net - Man West,  Nifty Nlners.  1st: Lii Abbott; 2nd: Marj Gandy; 3rd:  Elsie Colling (welcome back Elsia).  Low net: Hazel Charbonneau.  Andy Tapio Memorial: 36-hole stroke play  competition and winners respectively were:  Champion - Bill Dean.  Low net: Emie Holloway.  Runner up: Hugh Maginnis.  Longest drive: Hugh Maginnis.  Closest to the rope: Pete Waycott  KP#3-Bill Dean.  KP#12-BenDlin.  VDRIFTWOOD PLAYERS?  Teen to Twenty Drama Course  Mondays, Sept. 27, Oct. 4,18 & 25,7 pm to 10 pm  M the Frank West Community Room  on Chaster Road next to the firehall  Cost $40.00  Class size limited to 10  Ihis course covers basic drama techniques, exercises and  scene studies for those aged 16 to 21.  Pre registration required - 886-7476 or 886-7573  Ii DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS?  2nd SUNSHINE VAUDEVILLE  A meeting for aU those interested in  participating on stage or backstage.  Thespians, terpskhoreans et cetera, et cetera required!  Tuesday, September 28, 7:30p.m.  Use Room  ���*������   W ������##���*���       ���....- ,       __._,._,-    ��� _.  Chaster Rd. next to tft�� firehall  886-7476 or 886-7573  ttfeei HjHiesfiu ~Hato  welcomes  T^"**""   tooursskm     **?*-"  GOODTIMES ARE HAR ��� 8860552  KERNS PIAZA. HWY 101. GIBSONS  MCWWa> M-30, MR W, M M-lO, SAT 9-4*30  A-  V  **     'i  The Young at Heart dart players are seeking more players interested to form a group. At present, there are about five persons on the  Sunshine Coast interested in entering for a zone playoff in Richmond  next year in order to participate in the BC Open Seniors Dart Tournament which will be held in Prince George next year around the  Labour Day weekend.  You must be 55 years or over. Dartster Betty Endersby from Gibsons returned irom Cranbrook, BC recently, with a silver medal in  Ladies Doubles and a bronze medal in the Ladies Singles.  Sunday's nine darts shoot which was held at Sechelt's Gilligan's  Pub raised $148 towards the Sunshine Coast Cancer Unit, patient  comfort.  Come On In!  PEEK at our New  .  . . *,   ���, * ,    Fall Arrival&.Take  \ \ UtX  The Coast News is the people's choice.  You can learn a lot from a little classified ad.  For example, we know when it comes time to advertise  that suite for rent, or that car for sale, you choose the Coast News  2 to 1 over the Press and 7 to 1 over the Leader.  That's also why, week after week, more businesses choose  to advertise with the Coast News and Weekender than with  any other paper on the Coast.  You put your advertising where it works. The Coast News.  Notice Board J��  On join j events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit lubmiiiiom for brevity  All submission, should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed Ihree weeks prior lo lhe event  m****"  Monday, September 20  girls   aged  iNVpereon. T  Registration:  ore  Regletrelk  nirjvtduelc  Hliad VoUoybell League lor guys and  )ed   13-18.       Regieter��  teem (10 people per teem, minimum 3  girls). Games every Monday, 7 pm,  alerting Sept. 27. Regieter at 7 pm,  Chrislian Lile Assembly, 730 School  Rod., Qibeone (ecroee from RCMP). Into:  Len, 886-7107,886*2420.  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  Sunshine Ceest Buelneee 8  Proteeelonel Women'e Club dinner  meeting, 6:30 pm, Pronto'e Restaurant,  Sechelt. Speakers: Mary Pinniger 8 Anns  Duncen-fraeer ol Edgeweter Counselling  Service. Topic: Beyond the Power  Stnafc - Business 8 flehH-mahtoe. The  club Is celebrating Ha 14th anniversary  and invites ell pest members and any  working women Interested in attending to  cell Sienna el 885*5773.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  Arthritis Set Help Oroup (Oboone). 10  em-noon, Kiwanis Heritage Apis., 824  Kiwanis Way. Tha Arthritis Sell  Management course begins Oct. 20. To  register tor either group, cell 8864461 or  Aeeuetle Gun-boot Folk Society first  concert, 7:30 pm, Roberto Creek Hell.  Inio: 885*5512.  Qibeone * District Chomber et  Commerce "After Hours' 5:30*7:30 pm,  New Chine Kitchen. Ceeh ber,  complimsnts-y refreshments, door prises.  Into: 888*2325.  St. Mery'e Hospital Auilllery. Hopkins  branch meeting, 1:30 pm, Klwenis  Heritege Apartments. New members  most welcome.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER t>  Sunehlne Coest Breekewey ennuel  Kmoral meeting, 7:30 pm. 807 Kiwsnls  sy, Qlbsons (in lens)  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24  Bill Velgerdeen, swsid-wlnnlng author ol  The OirUrMh ihe Boffioe* Face, will give  a Iree reeding al 8 pm al the Sunshins  Cosst Arts Centre, Trail 6 Meduse St.,  Sechelt. Meet the eulhor lollowing Ihe  reeding. No sdmlssion; sponsored by Ihe  Canada Council.  Multiple Sclerosis Support Oroup  meeting, 10 am, Coest-Qerlbeldi Health  Unit, Sechell (serosa Irom poel olfice).  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28  Leg Building Petty, 10:30 am to rebuild  Ihe heritage cabin for the Wildlife Reheb,  Csntre, Trout Lake Rd., Helfmoon Bay.  885-5887.  Sunehlne  Ceeat  Qulltere  Guild  Resource Day. 9 sm, St. John's United  Church Hell, Davis Bay.  Qlbaona Outreach Teen Centre bottle  drive, 10 em-4 pm. Pleeaa drop oil  empties during this lime.  Denoee et Universe! Peeee, 7 pm, Cell  885-5007 lor localion end other into.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27  Cenedlen Federation ot University  women meeiing, 11:30 em, St. Johns,  Devis Bay. Panel discussion: Reaching  New Height.. Prospective members  especislly Invited. Light lunch will be  served. Info: 885*3315.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28  Seohelt 8 District Chsmbsr of  Can���Oreo luncheon meeting, Pebbles  Rsstsurant, noon. Speaker Pet Stuart,  cholrpereon, School District #48. Topic:  BnpfcyittMy Stria Pleeee cel 885*3100  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6  Arthritis Salt-Management Courae  beglna. Six weekly seeebne. 10 sm-noon,  Qahbekll Heelth Unit, 5871 Inlet, Sechell.  For deteUa 8 to regieter: 888-2677.  IBSCELLANEOUS  Qfeeone Outreeoh Teen Cenlre - closed  until Oct. 2 due to reetructurlng 8  reorganisation.  B.C. Arte Council annuel Chrlstmaa  Crelt Felr, Sat., Dec. 4, Seniors Centre.  Pleeee regieter your nemo, eddress -  phone number et the Arte Centre (885*  5412)11 you wlah to participate. 43  Quay Works Celery presents latitudes,  en exhibit ot photography lecturing Zoe  MocKonsie, Marcolle Sole de Ovando 8  Lionel Trudel. Sepl 16* 28.  Elphinstone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., ecross Irom Post Ollice,  Qibsons. Dlspleye ore constently  chenging. Wheelchsir eccesslble.For  houra of opening or to book e tour 866-  8232.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: tor parents with children up to 5. Sterling Oct. 1, 9:30*11:30  em et the following locstlons: Qibsons  United Church Hell (Mon., Tues., Wed.,  Fri.): Sechell St. Hilde's Church Hsll  (Tues.); Wilson Crsek Community Hell  (Thura.). Into: Community Services, 865*  Child Heelth Clinics In Qibsons Sepl  21 8 28 wilh en extra CHC Sept. 27.in  Sechell Sept. 22 8 29. In Pender He-hour  Sept. 23.  Tuberculin Skin Teetlng 8 Travellers  Clinics In Qibsons snd Sschelt on  Mondeys, Sepl. 20 8 27 with Travellers  Clinic only on Thursdays, Sept. 23 8 30.  Travellers Clinic only in Sechelt on  Wednoedeyo, Sept. 22 i 29.  Sexuslly Transmitted Olseese Clinic:  Phone tor sppointment In Qlbsons 886*  5600, Sechell 685-5164.  Prenetel Classes: Next Early Cless Oct.  5 in Sechelt. Next Lets Clsss Sense commences Sept. 21, 28 6 Ocl. 5, Qibsons  Heelth Centra. To regieter, cell 686*5600  (Qlbeons) or 885*5164 (Sschelt).  Register eerly ��� clssses fill up quickly.  Single  ���886-5  MONDAYS  Elphinstone New Horizon Oroup,  Roberta Creek. For thoee SO 6 over Interested In ploying bridge, bingo, crtbbege  end/or carpet bowling. Community Uss  Room, Robeits Creek Elementery, 1:30*  3:30 pm. New members welcome. Into:  865-7203 or 885-5375.  Introduction to Seottleh Country  Doming 6 beginners class, starting Oct.  4, running through April. Info: 666-8295.  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cencer" Support Qroup  meets every other Tuesday. Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bey, 1 pm. Into 885*5861  or 8864368.  Teble Tennle, 7-10 pm, Elphinstone  School gym. 4 tebles, lots ol rom, loads  of fun. beginners, vieltora 6 seniors welcome. Info: Jim, 888*2775. 43  Qlbeons Outreech Teen Centre gym  night, Qibsons Elementary gym, 7:30-9  pm. through Dec. 7. Drop-in lee $1.  WEDNESDAYS  * Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  5600.  Hospital Tour: phone St. Mary'a Hospital  swtchboerd, 885-2224.  Perent 8 Beby Drop-In: meet other par*  ante 6 discuss common concerns.  Tuesdsya, 1:15-3:30 pm, 494 S. Fletcher  Qlbsons end Wsdnesdsys, 1-3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, Sechelt. 39  School Entry Booster Clinks: a boost*  sr doss of diphtheria, talenus end pertussis is Importent tor children entering  school. Qibsons, 886-5600. Sechelt,  868-5184. 39  Breeet Selt-Exem Clinic: sscond  Mondey of each monlh, 7*8 pm, Qlbeons  Heelth Centre. Enquiries pleeee cell  DemeeOleen(mldwile), 886*8847.     39  Chortle under ths direction  ol Chrystal Unrau, 7-10 pm. New members welcome. Info: Pern, 865-7502.   39  Needleerte Support Oroup. 9:30*11:30  em through Nov. 24, Sechell Art Centre  studio. $6 fse. Info: 685-2516. 39  Senior Feinting Qroup (any medio), 1*4  pm, Senior Centra, Sechelt. 39  Teeetmaatere. 7:30-9:30 pm, Frank  Weat Community Use Room, Firehall,  Cheater Rd., Qlbeons. Into: 885*3742.39  Navy Leegue Cadets, 6:30 pm. Qibeone  Legion Hell. Boye 6 girls aged 10*13  develop self-respect 6 discipline while  heving lun learning neutical ekllle.  Uniforms providsd. Runs Sept.-May.  Annual lee: $25. Into: Mike. 866-8236 or  Lera. 886*2569  THURSDAYS  JC'e Weight Loee Support Qroup  meeta eltemoone 12:30*2:30pm, cell 886-  2692, end svenlngs 6:30*6:00pm, coll  886*7158, el ths United Church,  GlesstordRd., Qlbsons.  Needleerte Support Qroup. 7:30*9:30  pm through Nov. 25, Sechett Art Centre  sludio. $6 Iss. Into: 865*2516. 38  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Garibaldi  Heelth Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7*9 pm.  Confidential service ��� everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Into: 885*7770.  S.C. Legion Snooker Leegue sseking  regular league or spare players for 7 pm  pley. At Roberts Creek. Sschslt 6  Qlbeons Legions. Players must be Legion  members. Info: Len, 885*7016.  SATURDAYS  OM Growth Tours of the Caren Renge  throughout September. Meet et Wildlife  Rehab Centre. Trout Lake Road,  Halfmoon Bay, 11 am to car-pool 4x4s or  trucks or to catch a rented van. For mora  info: Frlsnda ol Caren. 885-239B (mess.).  SUNDAYS  Sunehlne Ceeet Philatelic Society  RPSC Chapter 203 meeta let and 3rd  Sunday ot even month at the Sechelt  Public Library at 7:30 pm. Visitors welcome. Into: 865-2958.     ���M 16       Coast News, September 20, 1993  COAST NEWS  B WEEKENDERS  by Wednesday, October 13  epo  , Od  SWEEPSTAKES  The Sunshine Coast's  ONLY IHS Hockey Pool  Rub Elbows with  the Legendary Gordie Howe!  Mr. Hockey himeell will be tilling In hie own entry. II you are  beating hie score at the All-Star break (January 22) you could  accompany him lo an NHL game (Includes airfare and two nighta  accommodation tor two plus 8200.00 spending money).  Nolo: The winner will be selected Irom all Hockey Draft  Sweepstakes conteatante Caneda wide.  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For internal use only  CN  Gibsons  ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13  ENTER BEFORE OCT. 13TH  e.i m mi. a- ���n mu a^a ^_l-ct**.At,*^.*fc.%^^i. t9 .*���*��  ;..  ���,..,;.,.:. ...,..-' *'���'__'______. **__~~~_.-'~*_"_r__t"~:_i' Coast News, September 20, 1993       17  5W^m^^  SPCA News  Omar, ��� four year old  neutered male cross, Is  waiting at the SPCA on  Henry Road. Come and have  a look If you are Interested In  helping him out. He's very  friendly and good with kids.  Call 886-C ARE  5 YEARS AGO  Regional Director Stan Dixon is praised  in an editorial for his admirable initiative  when he suggested a marine park in Jervis  Inlet. 'His farsightedness and thoughtfulness  on preservation of some land for the future  stand in welcome contrast to some who have  been on the regional board much longer  without ever evincing such sensitivity.'  The two victims of the crash of a light  plane just off Port Mellon that occurred  aboul 4:30 pm on Sept. 11 were taken to St.  Mary's Hospital. Susan Duncan, aged 21 of  North Vancouver died enroute while the  pilot, her uncle, Ronald Bradwell, aged 39,  was later released from hospital.  10 YEARS AGO  Mayor Lorraine Goddard returns from the  annual convention of municipalities and  reports that she found it worthwhile. She  says she is unfazed by recently announced  provincial cutbacks, calling them realistic.  MP Ray Skelly protests a proposed feder  al election boundary change which would  see the Sunshine Coast moved into a riding  with West Vancouver,  Fisherman Mike Hicks is seeking the federal nomination in this riding for the Progressive Conservative party.  A public hearing has been set for Sept. 26  preparatory to the rezoning required by the  Gibsons Marina project.  20YEAHSAGO  Two hundred guests enjoyed dinner and  dancing in Sechelt's new Ugion Hall to celebrate the completion of the Sechelt Indian  Band's $400,000 48-home development  adjacent to Indian lands.  The buildings were brought from a former RCAF base in Ladner and the project,  the first of its kind in Canada, was administered by Gilbert Joe.  35 YEARS AGO  Anti-aircraft shells are reported to have  fallen in Roberts Creek during a navy practice firing in Georgia Strait. A shell whistled  so close to the head of Mrs. J. Monrufet of  Beach Avenue while she was working in her  garden that she ran for cover.  Sechelt's first white settler, Mr. T.J.  Cook, celebrates his 95th birthday at a quiet  party at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ada  Dawe.  40 YEARS AGO  Dr. L.V. Cowley of West Vancouver is  beginning an apt-time dental service in Gibsons, as he feels no area should be without a  dentist.  Young Vern Black of Roberts Creek was  one of 10 BC persons to receive a Parchment  for Heroism after his attempt to rescue  Joseph Fortt from drowning when he fell  from Roberts Creek wharf.  45 YEARS AGO  "Our faith in democracy must be lifted  out of storage in the museum case and  lodged in the brains of our children," School  Inspector Carter told a meeting of the staffs  of all local schools.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Weit Coast Mjetos  b-mhbn -earn  -���' . r~nr. ' ��� ' ***"���mm " ' "' ���'*'   ��� m  Kahloke hits Horseshoe Bay ferry slip Boards  meet at  Sechelt  Tba Aaaocbts-1   Bosrd-i ���  Traala from tbe rawer Valfer  a-nd lb. Leaver WartM*,*.,* _____  on men, 11 .1 aeebtu, aaas-aa  Ihey -rare entertadned at Jaa*  cheoo by the Sechelt Board *���  Tr.de. The 70 deleajstaa a-ar  layered at the Indian aa  where routine buaiaaaaaa -araa  conducted by T. Wlleon. Oat*  liana* B.C. vlce-prasldeaa a  the Aaa-ociated BoaMs aM  Trade,  ReaMared st the lea. sm*  i"S am thu the prbbla*. *H  floodlns oat Ike rraaar Baa  be cbaawd to tbe Joint aaaaa*  of Ihe maw Meet Mart  and Provincial B. of T. Iks  1BSS report front this Baaaa-S  contains Information raasaaaV  Ins * nirvey  the floe  The  ���tronsly protested than- -aawaas  front Veneouver be rua as  lota, bland, IlkbaioM. '*.  Prarsoaa, pteaSdeol of Ihe f*aa>>  mood B. of T. aaaked for tha  sup-tart of tbe AaeocUUd Fraa  ���er Valley and Loarer Maaaa*  lead Bawd. In thi. lasue. lass.  er In the afternoon e   ahaaaja  DOWN the ALLEYS Cemetery road garbage area  turned down by Lands dept.  BY ELSIE JOHNSON  Two IUC lim�� wf*"** bowled -it Sechflt bowllni nlkyi  lhe put *������� SWf w���  wire nude by Boy Doyle, 299.  of .S*K*ielt SporU Club end  J<* r��Uei 3B33. o( Pender  ���hour Lea|ut>.  * Koret lor Sept   10 to  ' week were  '���������.���.j*      -.cafue  llie lands department  the provincial government h_.  informed Ute Village Commit  ���Ion by letter It Will not  allow a garbage diipoul to  be ealabluhed on th# North  Hnad n*ar "��� i-��n" owlni  brought to the attention of  Hit 1'f.n.miiaion and after a  lengthy and wmeUmea heat*  ed del>ate the matter was led  In the handa of authorltlei In  charge of auch p -Ueri  ���emmu' tl lent In*  "into*  Clerk Robert Burns were ie-  lerted to attend tiie Union of  BC. MunicipalItlea convention at Penticton early in October.  Two building permit! wart  i.uui-11 one to r,C. Velhunt  for a 18,000 home and one to  I.J Betdek to build a 900  workahed.  Picture by Vancouver Sua.  Thli ia what happens when  navigational haiarda take over and create havoc. The Kahloke wai easing tn when ���omt-  thlng went wrong aboard  ship a-nd the abdvt wu Um  result. Then the Smokwi had  to Join in tha fray and atfikt  soma rocks on entering tha  bay with the -W-H It wu  holed "I** ' '*������*  Mllltr of Vancouver and fern-  ���on caused President K V��f*  Ungley, to suggest thai tm  delegates lAle the complitt*  until a further comprdMMtwt  study could bt mad*.  The dogates Irom aJI  parte ot B.C. adjourned to At  old Union Store In Sechelt lee  cocktails before meeting tt  the Legion Hall where a eaM  piate luncheon waa served ajj  Mrs A. Garry and lUtt.  Seated tt tht head UM  were Mn C. Johnston, StchaB  I. of T. and chairman ol U��  vllUga coramiaalon; Q.K. lm  toek, Vaneouvtr; H. U_m  secretary ol tha Astoria tad &  ol T.; f* Wilson, vlce-prori��  eat; & Vogel, pmldent ol Ob  *mU B   .* T, and M.  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  TOWN OF QIBSONS  1993  GENERAL LOCAL  ELECTION  NOTICE OF  NOMINATION PERIOD  Public Notice Is given to the electors ol the Town of Qibsons  that a general local election will be held on Saturday,  November 20th 1993 to elect a Mayor and four Councillors  for the 1994,1995 and 1996 Council years, and one School  Trustee for 1994,1995 and 1996 School Board term.  Nominations for qualified candidates will be received by the  Municipal Clerk during the following times at the Town of  Qlbsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Qlbsons.  British Columbia:  9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 5th, 1993  8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding holidays  from October 6th 1993 to October 14th  1993  8:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m. Friday, October 15th 1993  Nomination documents are available at Town of Gibsons  Municipal Hall during regular business hours  No nominations will be accepted attar 4:00 p.m. Friday,  October 15th 1993.  LIST OF REGISTERED ELECTORS  Beginning Tuesday, October 5th 1993 until the close of  general voting for the Election, a copy of the list of registered  electors will be available for public Inspection at the Town of  Gibsons Municipal Hall between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,  Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.  OBJECTION TO REGISTRATION OF AN ELECTOR  An objection to the registration of a person whose name  appears on the list of registered electors may be made in  accordance with the Municipal Act until 4:00 p.m., Friday  October 15th 1993.  An objection may be made by a person entitled to be  registered as an elector of the Town of Qibsons and can  only be made on the basis that the person whose name  appears has died or Is not qualified to be registered as an  elector of the Town of Qlbsons.  Further Information on the foregoing may be obtained by  contacting the Chief Election Officer at 885-2880.  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarp. & Covers  Upholstery 8 Repairs  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  B  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  JAABIMA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chtvron Products  883-2253  MADEIRA  MARINA  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 /a Milk Noarraa or garden bat no.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  883-2888  Panda, Ilaaabour. 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Im aa* ll  Pacific Standard Tlma                       otrlaaand7-i*ilor ax* It of lal  Tide Tables Sponsored by  Pender Harbour's Only  Full line Sporting Goods Store  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday September 21,7:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Comforting Pasta"  7:30pm  Storytelling Festival  "Tall Tales"  9:00pm  Unveiling the Burmese Nightmare  Steve Larsen tells of whal he learned during his travels along the  Thailand-Burma border.  Wednesday September 22,7:00pm  Parliamentary Talkback  We're back in the studio with lhe first show this season. Join  M.P. Ray Skelly and ML.A. Gordon Wilson for an hour of lively  interactive Community Television.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Fall Luncheon"  8:30pm  Stitches in Time part #2  Weavers & Spinners  Producer Laurel Suko looks at the history of the weaving and  spinning crafts on The Coast.  Thursday September 23,6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "Party Time"  7:00pm  Changes in the Heallh Care System and How They  Affect The Sunshine Coast - "Live Phone-in"  8:00pm  Healthy Eating is in Store For You  Nutritionist Dania Matiation takes you on a healthy shopping trip.  8:30pm  Taking Responsibility for Your Own Health  "Live Phone-in"  >y South Coast Ford  Large stones loosely patterned together characterize the  architectural artistry of Pulguk Temple southeast of Kyongju. The  combination of natural and man-made elements produces an effect  of constrained dignity and peaceful harmony. Toni Dabbs photo  Expo-sing Korea's new world charms  by Tonl Dabbs  Through Nov. 7, Korea is  hosting Expo '93, 'an official  and specialized exposition registered at the International Bureau  of Expositions (BIE),' as was  BC's Expo '86.  However at 90 hectares, the  Korean Expo covets more  ground than Expo '86 (70  hectares) and includes a record  number of participants: 113  countries (Expo '86 had 54  nations plus 12 provinces and  states) and 23 international  organizations (Expo '86 had  eight).  Expo '93 is the first BIE  registered exposition to be hosted by a newly industrialized  country. Korea made the transition from Third World nation to.  Pacific Rim power in a single     ;  generation following the Korean  War (1950-53).  Taejon, a city destroyed  during the war but since rebuilt  to an industrial centre of one  million residents, is the setting  for Expo '93. Its location 170  kilometres southeast of Seoul  allows visitors to stay at Seoul  hotels and commute to the fair  by express train and shuttle bus.  Significantly the fair's theme  is 'challenges of a new road to  development.' Stunning futuristic pavilions feature imaginative  exhibits exploring ways to har- .  monize modern science and  traditional technologies.  Highlight of the Canadian  pavilion is a 102-seat simulation  theatre, where viewers experience a six-minute motion-  enhanced film talcing them on  an adventure ride across Canada. Vidatron Communications  of British Columbia produced  the film, incorporating motion  systems made by Inter Active  Simulation Inc. of Ontario.  Korea's capital city of Seoul  is a good base for Canadian  visitors to Expo '93. Its major  hotels provide familiar  surroundings, North American  style meals and English speaking staffs.  Once reserved for nobility  Seoul today is home to about a  quarter of Korea's 42.8 million  citizens, making it the fifth  largest city in the world. The  modernity of its highrise office  towers and neatly aligned apartment blocks masks its antiquity.  Namdaemun, also a five-  KOREA - Monorail track snakes past the 93-metre high Tower  of Light, centrepiece of the Expo '93 site. Toni Dabbs photo  minute walk from the Hilton,  was one of the most imposing of  nine city gates which punctuated the 17 kilometre wall that  once bounded Seoul. The 14th  Century structure now stands at  the centre of a traffic circle  surrounded by 20th Century  skyscrapers.  Fanning southeastward from  Namdaemun is the market that  bears its name. Pushcarts, open-  air stalls and indoor shops congest its extensive maze of narrow lanes and sell merchandise  ranging from stylish silk shins  to gnarled ginseng roots.  On the north side of downtown, separated from city traffic  by a high stone wall is Kyong-  bokkung, the greatest of the  Choson Dynasty (1392-1920)  palaces.  During the Japanese occupation (1910-1945) all but 10 of  the compound's 500 buildings  were destroyed, but many historic stone pagodas and monuments were relocated to the  park-like palace grounds.  Adjacent to the compound  are two major museums: the  National Museum, housing a  collection of 15,000 artifacts;  and the National Folklore Muse  um, displaying dioramas of  Korean everyday life through  the ages.  Also on the north side of  downlown is Chogyesa, temple  headquarters of the biggest  Buddhist sect in Korea and  regional office of the World  Fellowship of Buddhism. Gra;  CLIP & SAVE  IH BcreRRies Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Laa ve Langdale  6:20 am 2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM 8:20M  Leave Hofmhoe Bay  7:30 am 3:30  9:30 M 6:30 pm  11:30 7:28M  1:15 pm 9:15  Laava Earls Cove  6:40 am       *:-*0Pm  820 *�����������  10:30 ��:�����  12:25 pmM   10-20 M  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  WEi��ERI  robed monks chant prayers in  the temple's ornate main hall,  the largest of any in the country.  A rewarding day trip from  Seoul is a visit to the Korean  Folk Village at Suwon, 48 kilometres to the south. A living  museum, the 65-hectare village  recreates Choson Dynasty life,  with authentic replicas of typical buildings and costumed  workers tending small fields or  practicing crafts as their ancestors did.  Daily entertainment at the  village includes the Fanner's  Dance, the oldest existing dance  in Korea, traditionally  performed when planting crops  to exorcise unwanted spirits. To  the frenzied beat of gong and  rums, dancers leap into the air  .  and snap their heads, swirling*  streamers attached to their hats.  Visitors wanting to delve  deeper into Korea's past can  take an overnight excursion to  Kyongju, 325 kilometres southeast of Seoul near the eastern  coast. Now a country town with  120,000 inhabitants, Kyongju  was one of the world's most  important cities in ancient times  with an estimated population of  one million.  The capital of the Shilla  Dynasty (57 BC-AD 935),  Kyongju offers reminders of  Korea's early cultural achievements at every turn. Within the  town are a seventh century  astronomical observatory and  numerous royal tombs and scattered throughout surrounding  hillsides are temples of complex  design and exquisite stone carvings.  Mount Toham is the site of  two important Buddhist structures.  At its base is the attractively  terraced Pulguk Temple, one of  the oldest surviving monasteries  in Korea, originally constructed  in AD 535. Near its top is the  Sokkuram Grotto, built about  the same time with a domed  chamber encasing a large, finely  sculpted Buddha.  Information to help plan a  trip lo Korea is available from  the Korea National Tourism  Corporation, Suite 406,480  University Avenue, Toronto,  Ontario, M5G IV2, telephone  (416)348-9056.  Toni Dabbs is a Vancouver  Travel Writer  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!   : -__ .  IMMM Coast News, September 20, 1993       19  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News  Time Saving Foundation System  One solid continuous wall of concrete  * Lna-form ��� Styrofoam pfanka  *R.20Barrlar ��� Made lo your apedlica.iona  ��� Easy lo msiall * Free eatlmataa  COASTAL BLUE FOUNDATIONS  885-3737  land Gearing      885-3469  %?___.-_    886-8053  Silt  mpKemovol  1 Development  tree estimales  J v��  fl SUNSHINE KITCHENS   .KITCHENS* BATHROOMS.  889-9411  Cellular 380-3978  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        M���rinc  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mnn.lli. 6-fa S.il B*(a Sun. 10*y  FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  .Phone 885*0308     Fax885-2774  \  US-IIM    FOR HUE ESTIMATES   NlffU A  Mark OMiitmts. ��� ft CONSULTATION   ���*���"> I<*��-*��'  KALQTIRE  If we sell it... we guarantee Ul  -aWiW "WIN iw  n untwine  All typas ot concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  OtMRTF COMaTOtt wOtll  Itt tirr titMirt���pal  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  Complete Cooling System Sentke Centre  Wi R*.*|*.iii Sc RrplDfC K��\U_ llcalcr Coin, te Oil lanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE 1  v New. Used * Rebuilt ��� Pick tip A- Dclivciy  Vl J-J���i-i-JU'      "  "  Hwv. ���  4319 S.C. Hwv.  Across from Sunshine f.M  885-7986  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Qf IIMNI'f CONSTIUCTION LTD.  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FREE  ESTIMATES  HAROLD WEICHLER  885-9715  ZIAHJTHCXCKVXTING  ��� Land Clearing ft Development   ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We oiler a hill line ol  Services vrhh our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rales  .Ken Birkln a 885-7487 ��� Cell. 671*6411  Thank You ">  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    j  (itfeMoM  Co-ordinated,  Creative Peeijjn  High Grade ,__ _^_me  Installation ���**���*������. ��������������������������� �������� m~*~*7 3* ���  Ceramic Tile, MarWe ,  & Grange  Blinds, Unique Drapery & Bedcoverings  Total Interior Design & Drafting for New Homes,  Additions, Commercial  Call Anthsa &&5-027, anytime  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  t By^^A^ToppInQ ��� Trimming "Pruning ��� Bru��h Chtpptr  M ^P-H**** Danger Trw Removal  ll Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  II 685-3897  ELECTRICAL SERVICES GENERAL CONTRACTORS  FtttE ESTIMATES  LANDSCAPING     L T IX  POO~090**f quality kisSUmthn^  ���_���-. -"'Wiy  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. GUAMNHU  *****-  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Rag. 10131  Call 883-98-02  MARINE SERVICES  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  . FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN a DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  Thank You \ / ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.  to our valued readers. Businesses       Residential       ^^.  D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD. ^  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  ���^  After 5:00 pm 885-6261   J)  appreciate il when you lell Ihem  you found them in  .    The Coast News  ENGINEERING  Residential       *^fl ^^ Commercial  Rool        m_4at_^9.\^2l^-     Systems  1024 VENTURE WAY, GIBSONS, B.C.  S8 CI7 RRI, GIBSONS, B.C., V0N1V0  HEATING  r A -ft T ENTERPRISES: Construotlon SwIom  Serving The Coast Since 1985  -rfWjt       . CUSTOM HOMES  fSHiM.     . ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  MfrMM  T. WONO. BOX 7S1, aiSSONS. S.C. VON IVO  Sunshine Coast Engineering  Efla*Mwer*nfl ond Design for  ��� Subdivision Development  ��� Custom Residential and Commercial  ��� SmKhird ��� Soils a Marine  S7, C29, RR#2  vsis  ons,BCVONIVO  886-47*43 J  (7    DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  *-*-='  ��� Salt Water Licence. _.  Motel i, Campsite. ��� WateaTaaci .���'.,������,  Marine Repairs        ��� Ice 8, Tackle BB-W-tDO^  .&  EXCAVATING  rortittaspertsofresldenHttlconslrHCllon.  \_        DwH- ne-aara  Construction  Fastrac BACKHOE ft  TRUCKING .SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS n.-e ...   ...  ��� UVSTFR 1IMPQ C**T SIB   Saw  .Sng       STEVE JONES   88641269  ]__tIM-$XM*lJl_M<M  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DBAUR ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116*7111  Showroom: 673 Poj-ne Rd. Cibsons        j  r  M J J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FASIA, Shutters    CEDAR SIDING    3  red Cocker  ^ Phone 88J 6065  POBaax l*>%  Sm-hrll, B.C.  VUN 3A0>/  f   Q.M.S.  Excavating  Qunmr ChrlillinMn  BI6-S463 89C7RR1  Qlbtont, BC VON IVO  Now on the Sunshine Coast1  Vrnliliilion and Furnarc Clawing lira* Hem-.  Air Duds  885-7670      Rl'Mdrntial al Connm-liul  Call. 880 7655 Rlck DcLong  a vmJuccaneer    \  ^ar|na a Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES ��� SERVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Thermoglass -^ \*'n*Ml -'  Cobri Boats now  ****���   -��������������> VJB9f.  ���    In-Stock  li',N;MIJ:.'  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I  ��� ������inattoai,  i,��s:a.i BBo*3Z3i M��*043iy  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers 20       Coast News, September 20, 1993  Take Advantage of our Neiv Classified Ad Special  Run yoveir classified ad 6 times  and pay for- only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  mmm Gibsons &  ��� Sechelt Offices  I    Homes &  Property  INVESTORS /BUILDERS  Huge 64x135 lot backing onto  execulive goll course Cute 1 bdim  home is rented to reliable tenant  lor S600/mo. Sepaiate log cabin  oilers additional storage or guest  room. Some recent upgrades  make tttis 0/T very attractive. Asx*  ing $122,500. Call 436*2484.s39cn  752 Hwy. 101,50x2136 lot. 3 bdrm.  older house, $165.000.666*9049  ss  1/2 acre ol land. Roberts Creek.  $60.000.536*6729.        SSS40W  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek 1 some view.  $135,000 lirm. No agents al all1  686-4714 SSS37W  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite.  West Sechelt, excellenl investment, $145,000.865*5764.     ss  1.   Homes &  Properly  DOWNTOWN GIBSONS  Older custom built, post and beam  construction home on 2 lovely view  lots. 2000 sq. It. on 2 levels, lower  floor legal suite, sunken living  room with mahogany feature wall,  easy care siding. Multi-dwelling  zoned. Otters. 686*3261.   MOcn  DECORATING?  Need help with your colour coordination ��� New blinds? Smart, attractive valances? Furniture arrangement? Exterior colour end design  problems - Call Cheryl Law < Decorating Consultant 886*7372,9 am ���  9 pm. Bonier Board Special  $159.96 (reg. $169.96).     MOcn  Creekside Estates * greet building  lot. view, close to everything. Lot  90. near Tricklebrook Way and  Crucil, by owner, $76,000. 922-  3559. 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Please report any error MMMDUTHY  by calling 1*4-2632 or 113-3930  Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  18  23  /TT|  Baiter ft Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  IS  30  2  [GREAT  ���  Business and Home  Services  38  XIDEAi  Business Opportunities M  Campers  ChildCare  28  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  aajajaa-BB--*  For Rant  31  eaBB^aae  For Sale  FourST  21  11  Obituaries m*  3  ���*!:������  -��  Personal  Pets ft Livestock  a  12  GaSrJe Sales '���' <*���  1*>  - Recreation  a  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  38  8  Home ft Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memonam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IB  Manne  28  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Wo* Wanted  9  38  DROPOFF YOUR "]  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Perlasula Place 88J-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre R83-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  Ba* J STORE RHVIW)  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 8RS-340O  Di ADLINE IS 5 00 PM THURSDAY  li     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksldc Pharmacy)  886-2622  The smiling staff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily take your classified ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Places!  Homes &  PropeMy  Laige, bright, tamily home, in* 1270 sq. II. townhouse, no stairs, 2  eludes 4 bdtms. F/R, sun/play bdrms, 2 baths, enclosed garage,  room, etc. Features large yard blinds included. View ot Sechelt  area, skylights, oak flooring, solid Marsh. $138,500. By owner. No  pine cabinets, solid pine and agents. 885*7815. I39cn  French doors. 1543 Cypress, shb^^bb  $199,000,886-2718.        MOcn  5305 CEDAR VIEW PLACE  New. large executive home  w/great view ot Trail Islands. 3800  sq. tt. w/level entry, 4. bdrms, 3  baths, gas, TOO sq. It. unfurnished  lor more bdtms or suite. Exquisite  interior, skylights, hardwood, tiled  entries. French doors. Delinltely  best value. $288,000. No commission No GST OPEN HOUSE Sal.  ft Sundays 12* 4 pm. 885*3572.  MOcn  7.   AnnounceiTipi  Giovanni, Michelle and big lister  Ctiiara are thrilled to announce the  sale arrival ol Antonio Charles  laquinta, born appropriately on  Labour Day, Sept. 6,1903 at 11:55  pm, weighing 7 pounds, 6 ounces.  Special thanks to Or. Rhone Gordon and the stall al Grace Hospital, Vancouver. I38cn  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate tloor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/lrvlaw  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885*2253, no agents. ssMtw  Lot Reed Rd. East, 48x168', s. facing, gentle slope, ocean view,  w/more potential. Waterft driveway in, power, cable ft phone at lot  line. By owners, $70K. 1-486*7696  no agents. MO*  SEAL. Y LTD,  fed  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1-361-4380  New 1730 sq. It. rancher, many  custom features, private t/2 acre  lol, Welcome Woods. Buy now,  save commission, $193,900.885-  483?. ss#38w  3yr.okjl400sq.lt. rancher, West  Sechell. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, country  kitchen, 1/4 view lot, $175,000.  885*2188 or 885*7410 tor mess.  I39w  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOOUE  seee Cowrla St, Box 12ie  Saaohafl, BC, VON 3A0  eenan fax semes  Van. Toll Fraaaaaveoie  Overlooking Secret Cove, 3 bdim.  detached townhouse w/sep.  parage workshop, features 3 decks  with SW exposure. $149,000.940-  4249. M9w  Rancher, 3 bdrm., 2 tuH baths, on  duplex M. 11/2 yrs, 1173 sq.ft.,  vaulted ceilings, sundeck In rear,  12x16 workshop, single carport, 3  appL, $139,900.886*7141. 138*  New mobile home sites, Ikelon  Paik at Robeits Creek. Common*  wealth Homes, CMIiwack, BC. Call  collect 782-4678. #38*  New 2600 sq.tt. mncher + 600 sq.  It. inlaw stile with view in Robeits  Creek. Over t/2 acre and short  walk to beach. This 4*5 bdrm.  home has spacious kitchen with  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite with  F/P. There are too many extras to  mention. Flooring and cabinets can  still be seiecied. $289,000.886-  0380 or 886-3684. Hn  Costa Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical trull Irees, minutes to  beaches, $22,500. Owner 885-  5157. sts39w  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lol, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac wilh all underground services. Privale panhandle access. Ready to build yout  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. Si  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil It reasonable  rale. W.D. Excavating, 886*9764  orcein. 11*220*152 tfns  MOBILE HOW  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnght. spacious layout, excellent condtion, vety dean,  newly penned ft renovaled .enuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white wall,  400 sq. It. deck, fridge I stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Exceient location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call to  view. tins  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennlsh Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double gaiage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 686-  0081,351*7866aflet6pni,     SI  VIEW 8 INVESTMENT! Move in  and start LIVING! BRIGHT open  plan, master with ensuile/walk-in.  Watch Ihe ships from new  sparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE! t/2 acre Soames area,  $259,000. Phone Jenniler 1*689-  7070. ���  BfitOiffi,  OjtAMJIX  PROMOS  ...tee ALL TOUR ORtfHC NEEDS  "885-0244  ta-aaSaaa-Saara-.-hamaS  V ^��� *m.-~.��*m  L.V��llab>foo^  f * * * ��*.  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  ^jit** Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bass, & Fun  Call M5-6803 to  book your*!  MINOR HOCKEY  REFEREE CUNIC  Sept 25  9am*5pm  at Arena.  For further Info call Bill Garland  685*3753. I38w  TAXING AN ART CLASS?  We have the largest selection ot  ait supplies in stock on the Sunshine Coast. Showpiece Gallery,  280 Gower Pt. Road, Gibsons 886*  9213. Mien  BROOKS* MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  Benjamin Muore Paints I  rlttrntf r*WWt        ji '  e,MCole4jraal    ',-  ���atRaMoaa  ...a-aOaaafUs (1-m  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885*2923  Res. 885-5058  ��� I  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER^  v-f-B- Relaxation for  ������ft. the body  1-** and the mind.  886-4274  Gihsons t Stchtlt Locations  The lamily ol Salty Cooper would  like lo extend our heertlen thanks  to all the Iriends and relatives who  have expressed their love and  sympathy on the loss ol our  beloved Sally. We are grateful to  Norman Nelson, Allison Gibsci.,  Constable M. Spielman, Dr.  Rogers, Dr. Esley and Reverend  Catherine Hall. The Cooper and  Burden families. !3Bcn  COUNSELLING  for individuals, couples, and families. Mary Lang (RSW/MSW) 886*  8144. MOw  S/M smoker, social drinker, early  50's would like to meet a lady early  40's to lale 40's who enjoys dining,  dancing, boating, lishing, quiet  time, most ol all doing things  together. Reply lo Box I, c/o Box  68, Sechell, BC VON 3A0. MScn  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club ��� hikes,  camping, bar-b-cues, crib. Pot luck  supper, Sepl. 18,7 pm, Kirkland  Centre. For info call 885*9968 or  886-0954. 139*  Lady, 64 years young, new resident to Coast would like gentleman  friend. She likes to walk, swim,  fish, read, due oul, N/S, SID. Box  J, c/o Box 66, Coasl News,  Sechelt, BC. VON 3A0.      MBw  Cells  Looking lor a team or league to  play in? Monday nights (Coast  Dad League) men-ladies invited.  Former members ol Vancouver's  Wesl End most welcome. 886-  0506 or 886*7041. 138*  Know Thyself! Your lUe Is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by  Dometria. For queries and appointments 885*0261. Mtw  TAROT PALMISTRY  Accurate readings by Kalawna.  IVM 885*5111 or toll Iree pager It*  977-7449. MBw  Looking for a  place to sell your crafts?  Christines Is comingll  Why not give Mollys lane  Market a try.  8*6*8078  M-WtjaNOMTUOB-  pragrrjm, 35 *vwb, U.I  sponsored, offering skills kl  ElsdrW/Baelraiies,  Corpanlry, Haxtry Equipmant,  Small EnaiM ftepair,  AidoaiKMriic),  -vorkpiocanraaaits. Opa-iloM-a*  ond Worn- Cal M6-1M7  |_���- jugm taaaja-a-M^ta*-  'it Wl BIHITlIWi  Sunshine Coast French Education  Society Annual General Meeting,  Sepl 23,7:30 pm, Camp Douglas,  Roberts Creek. I38w  Lay-away tor Chrislmas wilh  AVON. 886-3504. 140*  Experience vie Release of Ten*  akxi from Polarity Therapy. It is a  louch technique which aims at the  balancing ol lhe bod/s vital energy  and the release of tension. Call  Vonnie for appointments. 883*  9853. M9w  ?Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  a Pa*nnanmt4-afcia-mov.lc-f  unwanted h*ar  * IjM in caampiilnutd  th-Tinoly>a k bl-nd ma-tali  * Comtaiim-tituy lOmin.  introduction  a Ccrtfid Ekdnaljrgiat  * r.venin*; .ppointmcnls -v.ilat-|a*  * Privacy of home taswd studio  For appolntmaml call 8a%-77%  We ate pleased to announce M.V.'  Excalibur II, 30 fl. turbo diesel is  now In the Mel. Available lor cm  and cargo. No job too small. 685-  4666,250*5148. M9w  Acupressure a Reflexology.  Relieves stress and tension. Call  886*9234. I39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lot hating,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling. odd jobs.  685*3917. tins  Does someone m your tamily have  a drinking problem? Call Ai-Anon  666*9903. 885*7484. 886*9059.  Ai-Ateen 966*2565 or 865*7484.  nc  ART  Children's or adult's classes, private tutorial, tamily art and special  home visits lor elderly. Individualized instruction in painting and  drawing. Can 8860014 to pre-reg-  Uer. MOcn  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7863,24 hour line.        tin  UNE DANCING  starts Sept. 14. Beginners: Tuesday 8*9 pm, intermediate, Thursdays 6-9 pm. St. Marys Hall, Gibsons. $5.00.886*7372.886-3977.  ���39m  WW  QUALITY  Office Services  (here to urn Gihtons)  i WORDPROCESSING  i HUNG  4 BINDING SERVICE  iBIMKAWHiTEi  COLOUR-CANNING  KUONAIUIATB  CaKTofaylM-2MI  I#808fMM TftM  mmnm  DENSE O'BRIAN  Artistic Director ol Coaal Dance  Theetre School announces opening ol Fall Term tor classes in  Royal Academy of Dancing  method ot Beast, Contemporary  and Creatine Dance. To register  MBw  WESTCOAST  FIRST AID  TRAINING  Industrial First Aid  70 hours $425. Oct. 4  Evenings & Weekends  ChlldrMte  Evenings ��� Nov. 9 & 10  Survival Flrat Aid  One day ��� Nov. 6  CPR Laval A  Heartaaver  Evening* Nov. 18  CPR Laval D  Babyeaver  Evenings ��� Nov. 19  Emergency Flrat Aid  One day ��� Dec. 4  CALL 88.5-4757  12   Pels &  Livestock  Free Huffy kittens, 3 orange males,   Hoise manure. 688-7778. M6cn  onetn-cokxed female. 885-9620.      ~������ '. ~���~  ���36w    Qelvanized steel auxiliary hot  water heater, good cond. 886-  Cats: 10 yr. old neut. male �� 9 yr.  spayed lem. need loving home  with no young children. 866-3848.  ��38w  Exercise rowing machine. 886*  7990. <38w  Free lo good home, Shepherd X  lem., not spayed, needs affection,  lots of room, good watchdog. Jerri  865-0156eves. MBw  Learn to play  Highland  Bagpipes  prlnOelessimfitralli^i.  886-887*  Baby grand piano, "Liebermann*.  S6000. View at Tally's, Madeira  Park Centre. Phone eves. 885-  6410. <40cn  Piano Tuning  *  repairs  ��� appraisal!  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Sept. 25,10 -12,1650 Grady Rd.,  Langdale. M6w  Amnesty International Ilea market  < plants, good taips, Sechalt elem.,  10*2, Sal., Sepl. 25. Donalions  welcome. 885*3221. MBw  NEW CONCEPT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lose up to 25 fee In 1 month and  feel great. All natural. Doctor  approved. 100% guaranteed ot  money letunded. Wendy 686-  3067. MOcn  Sunehlne Coaet Transition  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please caH 886-  3849 or 685-4622 lor help,     nc  Mikha ��� Mikhaila is taking appointments again. Call 686*6499 all.  6pm. 138*  A safe place for women and childien ki crisis. Fiee confidential 24  hour service HS-2S44        Hn  Black baseball glove losl Brother's  Patk, Sandy McKenzie 8664992,  Wallet- dark blue eeiskin wallet in  Gibsons atea, as long as one  month ago. Sue 688*2622.   tins  Tennis racket (Kennex) Brothers  Park area, sentimental value.  Reward $40.886*0650.     M8w  Blue point Siamese cat, blue  leather cdlar with bell. 8864717.  wen  Missing since Mon., lem. Rottweiler with YJton tag and Sechelt  lag, around Wilson Creek. Phone  8854529. MBw  Black/brown dog, Raid Rd. area.  685*7199 lo identity.        MBw  Piano tuner selling pianos delivered and tuned. 883*2329. MBcn  Blues, jazz, classical piano taught  by prolessional entertainer. All  ages, Gibsons/Sechelt. 6860261.  MOw  Weetwind School of Music  Piano ��� Guilar - Voice ��� Woodwinds. Beginning choir 3*5: Children's choir 5*7; Gill's choir 8-14;  Boy's choir 8*14; Adult choir 20*.  Beginners welcome, Iree 1/2 hr.  consultations. 885*2460 Davis  MOW  Yamaha trombone, $200. Alter 5  pm, 6854383. MOcn  Voice, piano, keyboard lessons In  your home. 886-9630.       MOw  JOY OF MUSIC  STUDIO  Voice - piano - keyboard -theory.  5653 Whart, 885*5552     I36cn  Black Yamaha 45 inch piano, 2 yrs  old, excellent condition, $4,250  000.680*0268. M8cn  12-slring Yamaha piTSS case,  as new. C.PA_X* v*rtn8**'  1*3^  Yard Sale  Sat. Sept. 25  9:00 am - Noon  (no early birds please)  606 Seaview  (use McCall Lane)  Sat.JSun, Sept. 25(26, starting at  10am, BOO O'Shea. Tools, saws,  household Items, furniture, tree-  standing fireplace. No early birds  please. MBw  MUtHamHy sale SaLiSun., Sept.  25126,10*4, building supplies,  baby Items, household items, 1610  Grandview Rd., Bonrtetxook.M8w  weekend ���*  tins  2 mile Rotweiller puppias, 7  weeks, ready to go, $350.886-  9531. MBw  Wirehaired Fox Terrier puppies,  purebred, born Aug. 25. $350.  Phone 883*2400. MOW  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles It  levels 1 applied theory. First lesson dee. Avail, days ft eves. Steve  885*7067. MBw  Singing lessons tor all ages. Children's program (group) ages 5*7.  Gibsons and Sechelt. Call Judi  Beagan 865*7503. M9w  VIOLIN LESSONS - Also Celtic,  Old Time and Bluegiass Fiddle.  BiTettyBBa-aieOS. 139*  Prolessional Houaa Sitter and  Pal Nanny. Quiet, non-smoker,  writer (former nurse). Impeccable  .966*5124.       M9w  EAGLE RID6E  VtTMINAHY HOJWTAl  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  (MblsglMsSirM  885-5158  1 1/2 yr. old goat, lem.. part Nub*  bian, pad Toganberg. Veiy friendly, veiy smart, needs a kind and  loving home, $75885-7473. MOw  Yellow lab with papers, avail lor  stud service. 886-9737.      138*  17 HH. Bay thoroughbred gekfng,  good on trails, nice manners,  $1250 686-9346 alt. 6pm. 136*  Organic slug control. Ducks $7.50,  ducklings $2.50. Phone 885-6409.  I39w  DOG CROSS  'Functional Foods"  ��� ArthrHi.  ��� All.*9ia.  ��� Spasciokl-sa  -     a...        I 0_tmmm-1     '    '  aaoanaanH m���m^m awaw  tanaulaat mrmees, em. a nana.  Distributed locoliy by  Michael McGinnis  jjjefili  Belletan Goats, 1469 Clover Rd.  up Irom Roberts Creek hall, then  right along Hansen onto  Clover.Rd. Kind homes wanted.  Kids $65 up. Belletan bucks and a  larger non Belletan buck. Breeding  lea $20 wtlh return. MBw  County competitor dressage saddle, black, 16 inch, like new, $800.  885*9969 or 863*9124.     MBcn  Two-horse trailer, 6', good lloor,  electric brakes, $2000.683*2154.  ���ssSBcn  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Pnvale classes, problem solving.  Certified twter. 866-2654.1390*  MAOUS KENNELS REG.  Dog t cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pel foods. 886-  8568. h  Experienced tramer, carpenter with  at least 5 years. Call 686*4850  after 5pm. MOcn  Small motorcycle, must be in good  shape, inexpensive, larger lhan 50  cc. 663-9297. MBcn  Lg. cheep old house trailer lor storage, condition not important, will  move. 665-9357. tfn  Outboard motor (10*25 HP) lor  Sea to Sky Outdoor School. 886-  2256. MOw  Wanled to buy, leather recliner: fire  screen and tools: and washer S  dryer. 886*2830. ��39w  Hockey gear for 6 yr. old. 886-  4867. I38w  Hockey equipment lor 6*7 yr. ok).  885-3183. 136*  Fishing rod ��� a good sail water;  sturdy enough lo land those whoppers! Reasonable $. CaH 886*7355  lve. mess. tfns  Inglis washer; GE dryer, 30' stove,  $150,886-2792. M8w  Hotwheels with redlmes on tires  wanled by privale collector. 885-  9306. tins  Wanled to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonsble. 886*2622  days. Annie. tins  Used building materials in good  cond. . buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 865-8889. Recycle 1  Save. tfn  McClary 30* H-6 stove. $289; Kenmore, 30' while. $329; Gumey, 30'  almond I Si. Steel stove, $269:22  cu ft upright Ireezer with new  compr., vety nice, $429; Kenmore  almond d/w (built-in), $249; Hot-  point Cornado w/d, $549 pair;  Inglis almond 5-cycle, 2-speed  washer, $349; Modem Maid, 30'  wall oven, sell-dean; $329; white  Westinghouse 30' almond self-  clean stove, $449; Danby 12v  fridge, 5 cu ft, $389; and much '  more, 90 days to two years warranty, parts t labour. Phone Bjom  885*7897 or Comer Cupboard,  6854434. M6cn  Washer ft dryer, good working  order, $225.895*5684.      MOw  Washer ft dryer set, white, good  cond., $500 obo. 885-0509.M8cn  Almond Whirlpool 18.1 cu. fl frost  tree Iridge, matching seH-deaning  stove with matching hood and fan,  practically new. 8888109. I39w  Like new, '69 Frigidaire 'Elite'  range, reg. and convection oven,  self-clean, white with black glass  panel ft oven door, $600 (was  $1200 new). 666*2299.      MBw  Washer ft dryer, working, $100;  woodburnlng stove, $150. 885-  8558. ��38*  Gibson gold stove, $150; Kenmore  w/d, gdd, $250. Call 885-8899.  MB*  Three electric commeicial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Contacl Dave al  St. Maiy's Hospital. 885*2224,  kx��l60. tin  Admiral side by side FF Iridge,  18.2 cu. ft., almond, $575 obo.  885-9336 SSI36*  2 new single beds, Sealy Posture*  pedic, $250 each. Phone eves.  8958410. MOcn  Couch and chair, excellent condition, $550 obo. 866*2485. I39cn  Large wooden woik table, suitable  lor charting, $75; round card table,  chairs, $65.685*7725.       M9w  We mmheJUnseure.  Wl can do tbe bard pam  tfyou are making  your own.  PlmniniJolmtmi  .awing, Joinery  TIM CLEMENT  aae-eaii  1044 Saamaxi��*ay, QH-aona  ���a-Ma<��aaa*aataaa,<  To good home: 1 year ok) English  pointer, lemale, neutered w/shots,  Iriendly and good w/children. 885-  6861 eves.     MBcn  Double size box spnng. very dean,  wi deliver in Gibsons or you pick  up-8668271. ��38cn  Two while solas and matching  chair, top of the line, vety modem,  near new, $2500.686-0090.M9*  New spring and mattress, top quality, $375 Obo. 866-7394.   M6cn  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.686-  7307. ss  Used furniture and misc. 2nd hand  goods. "Castaways* Molly's Lane.  Wed.-Sun., 11am*4:30pm. 666-  8078.1X8684830. ��40w  Round oak table, 40* diam., two  (Mrs, $590 obo. 886*9651. MOw  *~������--:... ���... ���:. .. :!.���-���:.   ���      V   --  m���: -:-.--..  ���_^_m  -_m_wmmM_w_m  mm Coast News, September 20, 1993       21  Large anlique table ft 4 chaiis: 2 ocean kayaks Nimbus Puffins ft  fold-out couch; couch ft loveseat; equip., $1600 ea. 663-9775 eves.  bcatitteds. 865*0804.        tan*    orwknds. I39w  Ingttsweeher.GE dryer, 30' stove.  $150.986-2792. MOcn  9 di. dresser, lg. mirror, humidifier  (cabinet style); exercise bike; Ig.  trunk; wheelbarrow; moving dolly.  666*7990. MOw  Rust plaid Kroeler hide-a-bed,  $150, double glazed 6x68' sliding  glass door with screen, $250; 2*  13* Mazda rimmed near new bres,  $40.886*7992 all. 6pm.    M8w  Pacific Energy air-tight F/P insert  slove,  variable  speed Ian,  29*x24'x21', $600 obo. 986-1156.   ��40w  XL1A0 chainsaw, good working  cond, $100.886*2560.     MOw  Two cockatiels with cage, large  perch and access., $100 obo;  black bar set. 3 stools, $100 obo;  older cabinet, Singer sewing  machine, many attachments,  works wall, $150 obo. 666*0242  bakxetOpm s40cn  Folding cot and mattress, $75 obo;  marine toM, $35.685*7575.  MOcn  Air light woodslove, good cond,  $350; electronic phone system,  great tor med. size business, 2  phones, all electronics purchased  lor $1700, sell for $500.895*3372.  MBw  Compiele colour co-ordinated  boys large hockey gear, t year  ok). 863-9773. MOcn  Inglis washer, good condilion; custom made leelher motorcycle jacket, like new. 8868074.     MOcn  64x69 teak French doors on 2x8  frame. Openl side /could open 2  sides, $225 obo. 885*3435. MOcn  TOPSOIL  Gravels, AH, sand Reasonable.  (Ml Doug BS5-S070.      MOcn  Potter's sludio Shimpo Wheel, 6  cu (I Estrin kiln, shell, clay, etc,  $1500.686*7209. $40cn  FRESH SALMON FOR SALE  CaH Tim 8854818 N9cn  Canopy, aluminum ��� lor import  truck, long box, $100.885*9056.  MOw  Gas lawn mower, runs wen, $50.  665*3306016854257.      138*  Sale al cost on Vinyhek vinyl windows. 8 ��� 3.5x5.5 picture; 2*4x4  sliders c/w screws. Various other  sizes .mil. Mwest Home Seivices  865-4572. M6w  10' FIBREGLASS SKIFF, $300.  885-4818. M9cn  2 mobile homes, 12x40, $12,500;  10x52, $10,900.885-3604. 139*  Skis 93160 BizzardsTyrolia bindings, Salomon boots, Kerm pdee,  $350,686-7545. MOw  500 gal. propane gastank, $600  obo; 24 in. Hotpoint 2 dr. F.F.  1990 Iridge. $500 obo; 30 in. Moffat gold stove, good cond. $75  Obo. 885-1912. MBw  Queen-size waterbed, $100;  portable dishwasher, $50; Iwo  2'x2' skylight kits, nsw, $40 ea.  M9w  Washer and dryer, $35tVpr; Kenmore vacuum, $175; 26* color TV,  $150; small microwave, $40.886-  7069. M9cn  WOOD STOVES  Fully approved Pacilic 143, 29'  wide, 21 1/2' deep. 20' high plus  6' legs, lop vent, $495 dim. 886-  3730.  Pine Hill lulty approved glass door  model, gold trim, lop vent, 25'  wide, 16' deep, 29' high plus 9'  pedistal. $595 firm. 886*3730.  Used acrylic hot tub, appro. 6x8  with equipment, minus heater,  $1495.6660730.  Submersible sewage pump, brand  new, cost $895, sell $495. 888-  3730. M8w  Baby's crib ft mattress including  bedding, $75 firm: playpen, $20.  886*3107. M8w  Moving sale ��� 3/4 size mattress ft  box spring. $125; HD washer ft  dryer, as new, $700 pr.; portable  dishwasher, $75; Speed Oueen  Ironer, $50; 2 single beds, $25  and $40; lge. 2-pce. sectional.  $350.666*2223. M6w  1 yr. Kenmore apl. sz. dryer, Ike  new, $200 obo. 6883464. I38w  Propane slove, 30', $200 obo.  665-3472. Mtol  Upright grand piano, needs a little  work. $300 or trade lor a few cords  d firewood. 886-9726.     M8cn  Cash paid for old clocks, pocket  watches, working or not. Old  advertising signs, jewdliy and lurniture. Anything old. 886*3905.  13801  Wood healer, $300 obo; heavy  duty captains bed. $100 obo. 885-  7551 *39w  Elna lock L5, 5 thread, near new  cond. Ml price, $500; Vagabond  beys mountain bike. 12 sp, Shi*  imno shifter. $95; SWar loveseal.  early American style, dark rusl  cord with golden oak trim, $300.  6880087. On  Firewood, $l00/cord, Iree delivery  in Sechell area. Phone 665*7567  days ft 865*7553 eves.     M9w  Lounger ft table, $50; umbrella,  $50; deep fryer, $15; bread box,  ch rome, $10; barbecue. $95.685-  5125. M9w  Used floats - 5x100,5x70, and 2  only 5x24,10 blue dotation barrels. 883*2767. !39w  HUNTERS  Complete reloading equipment.  Too much to list. 685*7623. M9w  8 HP Kohler eng. wilh elec. start,  new cond, $400.886-9868. M8w  Two pine Bonsai trees, 7 It, $50  ea.; other evergreens also available. 885*7261. I36w  Fold down bed lor van, seats 3;  jump seet snd 2 seat belts tor van.  Don 685*5208. I38w  Exercise bike, older model, $10,  no speedometer; rawing machine,  good shape, $50. 886*7214.138*  Fresh Irozen blackberries. 885-  9734. MBw  CEDAR ��� regulsr dimension or  cuslom size available, competitive  prices. 885-0270. Mtcn  STRAWBERRIES - yes. we still  have lots! Ever-bearing, pesticide  Iree, Mason Rd., u-p!ck, $1/Ib.  5673 Mason Rd. 885*3506. MOcn  Briefcase ^combination lock, $40;  2 drawer locking tile cabinet  w/hardware, $40; Lambourgtiini  Iramed print, $65; 3/4 brown  leather jacket. $75.8850362.  MScn  Motorized scooter, 3 1/2 yrs ok],  runs good, $1000. 865*6299  mornings. M8cn  Chandelier, valued al $700, will  sell toi $200.885*0509.    MBcn  Shopsmith Mark 5, $1600; Stihl  chainsaw, $350; chipper shredder,  8 hp, $1800; Shopsmith 12' planer, $800. 886*0940. Cell 741-  4243. M8cn  New Sako .338 Win. mag, synthetic stock, Bums 1 3/4 ��� 5 power  scope, $1200.8854568.   M8cn  Craftsman 36' riding lawn mower,  $450000.685*3469.        M9w  Diving regulator. $200; diving  tanks, $140; diving nautilus, $700;  dive compressor, $2500; water  skii, $150; ladles sz. 7  roileiblades, $75; propane cooler  1 stove (lor boat), $75;  microwave, $50; hot tub orinetor  (new), $75.6664421.      MBw  Moving ��� portable dishwasher;  Lazy Boy rocker recliner; 2 TV  stands; 14: TV, colour, Mc. 1048  Rosamund Rd, also garage sale  on Sept. 18419,104.666*7425.  M9w  Scuba equip. Brooks seal suit,  $350; Tusa BCD Shirwood Blizzard Octopus, Seailex belt, ankle  weights, US ehers blades, mask ft  snorkel. $900.885*0676.  MBcn  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600,885-3506. ssMlw  Electric lawnmower. Black ft Decker, 19 in, $175.885*9409. MOw  Yamaha digital keyboard; accor-  dian; Eleclrohome organ guitar,  all good oond.; gaiden shredder ft  tods. 686*9527. 136*  Attention men: Craftsman auto  scroll jigsaw, $50; men's sz. 10  leather corks, used 5 weeks, $150;  men's sz. 10 Abilene cowboy  boots, leather-lined, almost new,  cost $228, sell $75.866*9449.  138*  Sony 1/2* VCR, 4 heads, flat black  finish, $250, call 666*2622 Tues*  Fri. afternoons ask lor Annie, tins  Rrtchey stem w/moustache hande  bats, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Cal 666-2622, ask  lor Annie. tins  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb. ft $4 Ib. To order  M5-734INamasta  1 med. Ireezer, $275; 11ridge,  $300; 1 Oueen sz. bed, $300,2  single beds, $125 each; 1 twin  bed, $250. Everything good cond.  686-3910. ��38cn  2 tor 1 air ticket lor anywhere Air  Canada flies. 866*2417. $300.  ���40w  Exercise bike, $125. 685*5473  eves. M9w  '69 3 Ion Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  trenny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886*3001.  ss  1988 Escort wagon. 4 cyl. aulo,  cassette, one owner. 885*3281  MDL5936  Washer ft dryer, working, $100; ^ Mazda GLC, standard, runs  woodburning stove, $150. 865* wen, good tres, $750, as is. 685*  8558. M9w    3628. ��39w  Explorer XLT 4x4. 4 door, aulo.  This is the answer for the '90s  885*3281 MDL5936  1967 Chevette 2 dr, 5 sp. hatch-  sack, reliable. SI 200.885-3670.  SSMOw  1990 Beretta GT, 3.1 multi-port  luel injected, $10,000.686*2893.  ���39*  '81 Ford 4x4 needs work. 886-  7776. S40cn  1987 Toyota 4x4,6* lift, new tires,  brakes, clutch, chrome mags, exc.  cond. $9000 obo. 885-8906.s40cn  '60 Ford F-250 V-6 auto, $1800   1990 dx. 24' motorhome A-1 con*  obo. 666*7927. M9cn    dition. 886*9025. ss  Full size camper trig, stove heater,  $1500 obo. 886*2106. as  CEDAR SHAKES ft LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 665*2136  oreeS-5801. tin  IBM PC Compatible 266/640KB  computer with hard drive and 51/4  floppy drive. Includes monochrome monitor, enhanced keyboard, Panasonic Dot Matrix printer with stand, DOS 5.0 and some  software, $750 obo. Days 886*  8155 eves. 686*3211.       M9w  Utility trailer. $275; CCM exercise  bike, top ol the line, like new,  $145,686*3211. M9w  SATELLITE SALES  (keen Onion Earth Station  984-5240.  Itn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painled ft renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge ft stove  included, washer ft dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to feny, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad tent  $195. 8664095. $39,900. Call to  view tfns  GOOD HAY  $4.<XVBele Delivered  Straw KCKVbale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Cal Between 12-1pm  $65*9357  '86 Ford Escort wagon, 5 sp.,  stereo, 90,000 kms, exc. cond,  $2900 obo. Motorolla cellular car  phone, $75.8850470.      M9w  1986 Turbo Lazer, new brakes,  tune-up, new tires, exc. cond,  $3500; 1962 Yamaha 650 Maxi*  um, 45,000 kms, needs minor  repairs (parts ind.) 2 owner bike,  $750 obo; 1973 Ford 3/4 ton, new  tires, body in good shape, runs  well, exc. work tiuck, $1600 obo.  Eves. 8664574. M9w  1981 Corvette, good cond. 885-  4026. M9w  '71 Volkswagen Beetle, light blue,  new brakes, runs good, some rusl,  $700 obo. 686*2746 eves.  M8w  1974 Volvo, rebuilt motor, new  exhaust, dutch, $1650 obo. 893-  9590. M8w  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  completely refurbished, a greal  lamily wagon. SALE $2,495. 885-  3261.MDL5936  Re-conditioned 318 motor, $250  obo; 'Radlcon' gear box 50*1  ralio, never used, $325 obo. 885-  3435. MOcn  1988 John Deere 310C backhoe.  Extend-a-hoe, live thumb, 3 buckets, excellent condtion. $22,500.  885*5893. M9cn  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  eB6*77y'���"" ���'"--��'  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  866*2546. sa  WRENCH HANDS  Fully equipped, work space, we bj  can do ttaN or assist you. Phone,  lax 666*1631. See Business end  Home Sept. 20*23. 138*  MHR.TOWIN-8  AHXMnoncraiM  MMMO  Parts for most makes ferelji  domestic,! wheel drive,  4 wbsel drive 4 some do drive.  Some parts installation  available  ail te j*4*rvjslllfe  petts fnMef  1977 Toyota Corolla hatchback,  needs brakes, rusty, good woik  car, $300.885*7733.        140*  1976 Corvette Stingray, $7000 ���  will trade lor pickup. 685*7703.  HO*  1979 Dodge Caravell s/w, 316  auto, reliable, $800 oilers. 886-  6448. MOcn  M9w  -M^W IV HflnPH  PORTMUIAfiDUW  UHliRVMWU  m_-mm mm auk, ujau ia*. aaa-uuat araa-flaff  COM TO YOUR Hurtftl V  Toeurrowioos.  _��,  TOPSOIL  Rich quality lop soil by the ten*  darn dumptruck load.  Langdale* Roberts Creek $250  Roberts Creak-Davis Bey 1275  Davla Bay ��� Haltmoon Bay $21$  While quantKles ksL Call W.D.  Excavating, $86-9764 or cell. ���  i-awst ��ne  Omega 500 colour monitor, printer, new H/D Ht, 2 controllers, extra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  8B63280orB880924.        tm  Used raihvay lies, greal lor retain*  Ing wale. 6868204. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/repiacemertt filter  $25. Philips di purifier $15. Bionaire Oeen mist 2.5 gal. luridfier  $65 886*9865 tins  Muslang GT convertible, white on  white 5 0 L aulo Absolutely  loaded ��� wilh leather1 27k.  $19,495 885*3281 MDL5936  1975 Vega, good condition,  54,000 miles, new tires. $650.  893*1141. M9cn  1974 Volvo, rebuilt motor, new  exhaust, clutch, $1650 obo. 863  9590. M9cn  1977 Lincoln MK V with pmpane,  runs good. $1750 obo. 883*9590.  ���39cn  1962 Meicuiy unibody pickup, new  paint, tires, 6 cyl, 3 spd, $4800.  1972 Ford camper, special $1000.  8864563 or 866*8910.     I39cn  '69 Honda CRX, SI, 5 sp, win,  blk. inl, HB, pwr, sural, low kms,  $9500.886-8231 or 294*5045.  139*  LOOKING  FOR A VEHICLE?  You tf II ut whit you wint..  (year, make model)  we till you who has It!  Dealer Pre owned Vehicles  CALL TOLL FREE  1800-567-5535  '��!#. '"- ���   1*i �� *-   tj"   i��.!*.l it-   Ir  ������I5* A-rra Herru��:  24 DOUIl  TOWING  WALT'S  888-9500/cel. 240*6575  1973 Chev 3 ton dumpiruck, 350 1970 VW Campmobile camper.  cu. in, on propane, jusl recertified, Rusty but lunrmg. $500 obo. 985*  $7000 obo. 885-7553.       139*    6034 slter 5 pm. #40cn  81 VW Jetta 4 dr, 5 sp, sunrool,  $3500000.886*7969. SS  '63 Toyota Tercel wagon, 4 wd, 1979 Chevrolet Nova, body in  130 km on engine, very good run* good cond., needs a new cam  nlng condition, one owner since shall, good lor parts, $300.886-  ���85, $1750 Obo. 664664,    I39w 0356. ��38w  1988 Bionco II. 6 cyl auto. Greal  in snow1 8B5-32B1 MDL5936  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Csasl News  In Sechalt  1987 Tempo 4 dr, P/W, P/D/L, dr  cond, AM/FM stereo, exc. cond,  $3000.685-4054. ss!39w  1990 Cavalier 4 dr. sedan, PS/PB,  AM/FM, 3 6,000 kms, $6000.896*  3124 ah. 5pm. ��38w  1985 Subaru GL sedan, auto,  85,000 kms, immaculate, $3600  obo. 886*9649 lv. mess.    138*  '76 Volvo S/W, funning. Still a  good vehicle, oilers please. 886*  4557. I38w  '66 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass,  summer a winter Ures, low miles,  exc. cond, $7000 obo. 986*0960  eyes.  1977 Lincoln Mark V w/propane,  runs good, $1750 obo. 883*9590.  138*  1975 Vega, good cond, 54,000  miles, new tires, $850.683*1141.  138*  '77 Austin Marina, good body, carb  needs work, $300.696*2967.  HBcn  1961 Mustang, original owner,  sunroof, new tires, $1000 obo.  665-7370. #38w  1969 Mercedes Benz, California  car, all original, new tires, $4000.  6854488. ��38w  1960 Toyota Tercel, $850; motor  and transmission lor 1980 Toyota  Corolla, $350.885*9643.   43801  1963 Ford Escort L wagon, auto,  good condition, $600.865*3675  eves,. HBcn  87 Toyota Corona 4 dr, while, new  brakes, tires, exhaust, excellent  shape, 68,000 kms, $7000 obo.  885*2377 weekends, 469,2711  bus. 43801  '91 Aerostar XLT V6.1 owner.  "People Mover," total driving  experience! 885*3281. MDL5936  1974 Dodge 1-ton Hat deck,  $2200,6860940, cal 7414243.  ��8ai  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, ac, all power, excellenl condition. $4550.8B64641. SSMOw  66 Chevy van, reliable, Wile rust,  needs brakes, $750 obo. 885-  1938. MO*  '89 Tracker 4X4 convertable,  85,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 886-7556. sst41w  1987 blue Suzuki Forss, exc.  cond, $3200 obo. Exc. commuter.  685*7878. ��39w  1991 Hyundai Excelex. only  29,000 kms, silver blue, auto, like  new condition Selling lo buy work  Iruck, $5500 obo. 885*0515. ��38w  1960 Ford Granada, V6 aulo,  P/S, P/B, A/C, ciuise, AM/FM cassette, $1000 Obo. 685*3633or  885-3949. I38w  '75 Dodge 1 ton 318,4 sp, new  25 tt. Executive, $15,000 obo.  dutch, good running cond, $2000  Truck or truck and camper trade.  or trade lor car ot equal value.  885*9233. ��39cn  t____ *____    79 ��� 19 tt. Travelaire trailer. Mint  condtion. Reasonable price. 885-  3753. I39cn  1979 Wilderness travel trailer, 24  IL, very clean, never been abused.  Sleeps 6, elec./propane Iridge,  prop, stove $ hot water, 3 pee.  bath, nice open layout. Everything  works. Excellent brand new color  TV/VCR with remote included,  $6500 obo. 885*7814.       ��38w  1969 deluxe class C 24 tl. M.H.  like new, 1 owner, N/S, N/P,  leaded, 55,000 kms, will trsde lot  smaller RV . cash, $31,500. 685-  7976. I36w  Aeroslar A.W.D. Front & rear  heat, power windows, power lock,  overdrive, auto, 7 pass. SUCH A  DEAl. 885*3281. MDL5936  1962 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100.886-  8032. ss  '64 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp,  new tires. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  8854054. SS  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950 obo. 888-3484. ss  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25,000 km. Beautiful condition,  one owner. $10,995.885-3281.  MDL5936  1964 Escort; standard, needs  dutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond, exc. for parts,  $400 obo by end of May. Call 866*  2622. tins  '68 Cavalierr Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrod w/air. Exc. cond. $6800 obo  886*7854 aft. 5:30pm. M  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, kadad  plus disc player, $5795.866*7150.  n  1964 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cytn*  der, front speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable S strong $5,100. CM Jod  885*5185 Hits  1964 Dodge Aries K-car, new  brakes, tres, cart), 2.2 litre 4 cyl,  good shape, $2000 obo. 885*9706  aft. 5pm. I39w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very  clean inside 1 out, $10,000 obo.  886*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, ait,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 896*3623. si  77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900000.886*3646 SS  1966 Fotd Mercury 2 dr, 8 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000 obo 883*2512. II  ClEAROUT' Used tires, wheels.  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885*7167 ss  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 obo.  883*9234. SS  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  obo 886*7376 ss  1988 Foid Tautus. am/fm, Ac V6,  auto'od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886*7520 or 868*2111. ss  '84 VW Cabriolet, 5 sp, pullout  stereo, Rlken mags, 77,000 mi,  no rust, $7600.886*2626.   I38w  1996 Chevette 4 dr, hatchback,  good cond, good tires, $2250.  8854145. MOw  '77 GMC one-ton 454 eng, 400  trans, dump box, $4,000 obo. 885-  6248. S40cn  '76 Ford van 6 cyl, runs good,  rusty, $500 obo. 8883694. MOw  1991 Chev 1/2 ton 4x4, 34,000  km, $14,000.886-3382.    I38cn  Great on gas ��� '80 Mezda truck,  good deal, $450.886-7374. MOw  '76 Foid XLT 4X4 pickup, auto,  PS/PB, new brakes, looks and  tuna excellent, $3500 obo. 686-  7099 alt. 6pm. ssMtw  '81 GMC 3/4 ton, mechanically  pertect, some rust. $3000.885-  5468. S38cn  1987 Ford F150, 6 cyl. stand,  canopy, boxliner, exc. cond,  $6000 obo. 8654148.       I39w  1964 F-150 Economical 6 cylinder,  4 speed, original owner, dual  lanks, tuff box, $3,850. 1*976*  4855 or 8858869. I36cn  80 1/2 ton F-100,300 auto, runs  well, $1200 obo. 685*5959. M9w  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 In exc.  cond. 688-7774 or 886*3027.  SS  1986 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chalra, sola bed.  Loaded. Only 77,000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000.666*2342  orceH��1-220-5261. ss  74 Ford F250 pickup, 390 4 sp,  $700 obo. 885*0470.        139*  79 Chev, 3/4 ton camper special  withBlt. camper,3burner,stove,  heater, fridge, good cond, $5500  Obo. 883*2758 ��39w  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8664204. ss  Dodge D50 pickup propane rusty,  runs wel, $500 obo. 883*2696.  138*  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.866*8301 SS  1983 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  auton��tic,$2800.885*5623 aft. 6.  MSB*  '64 Toyola Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  rdiaMity. $4,800 obo. 686*7648.  ���91 Ntan P/U, shim box, 4 cyl, 5  sp, 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  8969600. W39w  1985 Ford F150XL, 52,000 orig.  kms, FJtaupirttt AM/FM cassette,  canopy I liner, immac., $4900.  893*2098. ��3Bw  1980 S.B. 4X4 P/U, $3000 Obo.  685-2151 eves. #38*  1963 MAZDA  B-2000 long box pick up, exceptional condtion, malching canopy,  $3,500.668*7098. MOW  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, craw  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  685*7518 ss  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 obo. 885*1949.  11.6 tt. Achilles inflatable, beech  wheels, under 100 hrs., $1200.  685*0168. ��36w  Sailboal Cove, 29' diesel sloop,  ceder on oak, VHF, very good  condtion, $14,000.883*9361.  1360)  14 It. aluminum Misty River boat.  9.8 Merc and trailer, $2350 obo.  Call att 7pm 685*5317.     t38w  Classic 25 It. Owens, landman's  cruiser. 350 Volvo l/w cooling, new  batteties, VHF, sounder,  mahogany lapstroke over oak,  sleeps 4, Sports Yak dingy, extras.  Requires work. $5000 obo. 883-  9296. MBcn  Two Chrysler 316 inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuildng. $1000; other Is in fine  running condition, $2000. For  details call Buccaneer Maiina.  Hn  16 tl. welded alum, cenlre console,  T.top, built-in gas tank, swim grid,  sounder, 115 hp Suzuki P.T.T.,  9.9 Evinrude, Highlingsr trailer,  $15,000,885*5700. MOcn  Excellent Value  12 It. aluminum Mirracraft (cattop*  per) never in waler, 7.5 HP Merc  motor, exc. cond, like new. Pkg.  $2000 firm. 866*0560 alt. 5pm.  MOw  Handcratt wooden 8 ll. Piam  dinghy, 2 HP motor, oars, beaching trolley, like new. 885*5807.  MOw  14 tt. aluminum boat $ trailer, 5  hp, oars v extras. $1200 obo. 685*  0249. MOcn  ttCKUTMUME  JUMRII*.,.  GMtala till Mwrav  MX.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.V.C.   ���Mirlrej t  Surveyors and Consultants  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000.886*3005 8am-  5pm. tfn  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable otters.  868*7800. ss  1980-70 HP Evintude and controls, rebuilt, $1750 obo. 865-  8385. ��39w  Relic's aluminum 16' jet boat,  $14,000,896-9421. ��39w  Xft. cabin cruiser, twin Chrysler  380, many extras, $6000 obo.  $33*1522 or 6854418     #39w  1850 Bayliner 10' beam, cabin  cruiser, Secret Cove Marina,  $13,500,922-1690. ��9w  21lt. X 8 tt. 4 In. Deep V fibre-  glass hull, Lapstrake design,  $2500 Obo. 885*1935.       436w  16 It. Martin Bowridar, 60 HP  Mariner, 6 HP aux. w/traller, lull  canvas, winter tarp, fish Under,  downrigger. 885*7917.      ��3Bw  Classic 25 IL Owens, handiman's  cruiser, 350 Volvo, I/* cooling,  new batteries, VHF sounder,  mahogany Lapstrake over oak,  aleepi 4, Sporls Yak dinghy,  exlras. RequiiB6 woik. $5000 obo.  863*9299 evea. ��36w  24 tl Owens, 318 Chrysler, FWC,  50 hrs SMOH, Lorance sounder,  VHF, Swan anchor package,  trimmed tabs, heads, $8000 obo.  885*7977. 13601  16 (l. Sidewinder sailboat, 2 sails,  Jb, trailer, $1600.885*5095.438cn  14 It. al. boat are. steering, 25 HP  Mariner, elec. start, low his., galv.  trailer, bait and 2 day tanks,  extras, $4000.683-2390.   HBw  14 ft. libreglass runabout, 20 HP  Mercury, remote EZ load nailer,  $1300 obo. 866*2429.       I38w  28 tt. Trend boat, ideal lor fishing.  twin powet, $35,900 or trade lor  property. 985*0722. *39w  16 tt libreglass runabout, 65 hp  motot, trailer, excellenl condition.  $2100.883*2990 mornings,    as  Windsurfer Hy Fly Nova $600 obo.  666-3623. II  28 tt. UnittyfibreglBss, new motor,  new wiia-h, new caipets, electronic  fish finder, lots ol extras. George  6868139. ss  1966 21 ft Campion Discovery,  c4jddycabin,6cyiMerciuiier, 170  hrs on boat fdly equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,695-2503. ss  Bayliner 24'C/B, rebtit engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900.666*  7255. ss  16 fi. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 9869224  as  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885*5278.  tin  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9*20-3040-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883*2456.     tin  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.866-3457. as  27 ft. Bayliner 302 Merc, cruiser  F/W/C, stove, ice box, VHF,  sounder, $14,000 obo. Walt 886*  6589. MOW  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we wll  lake your trade, car  boat elc  Call collect  597*3322 tin  New Paik  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents trom $235/mo.  For into, cal  597*3322   tin  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painted 4 renovaled  featuring stucco ceiling with csder  beeme In living room, white wals,  400 sq. tt. deck, fridge a stove  induded, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to feny, In  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 896*6095. $39,900. Call to  view. tine  Turn that a  unwanted items Info,  Soil thorn in tho  Coast News and  Coast News  Wookondor Classifiodsl  In Gibsons, call 886-2622.  In Sechalt, call 885-3930.  1  mt 22       Coast News, September 20, 1993  28   Motorcycles  '87 Honda 250XL, 15,000 km,  street legal dirt bike, $1850.865-  3835. MOcn  1966 Honda CR125. good cond,  some extras. $1200. Steve 885-  9656. MOw  '86 Honda Four Trax 125. Like  new, 2 wheel drive, reverse,  $1950.686-9770. ��38cn  1980 Yamaha XS 1100. exc.  cond, 20,000 kms, $1450 obo.  665*5492. SSI39W  84 Yamaha Virago, 500 cc, good  condition, $1300. Otters considered. 885-3856. ��38cn  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886*4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.866-4746. SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninia like new.  otters. 686-8622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 885*9512. ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike tor pens $600 takes all.  886*7722 leave message,    tins  GSXR 750. low kms, exc. cond,  $6000.685-7484. ss  2 like new 1993 Honda R50 dirt  bikes, $850 each, obo. 885*2905.  SHARED ACCOMMODATION -  Ideal lor mill student, North Road  Gibsons, no pets, Oct. 1, $350.  tfns  Mature prolessional couple N/S.  N/D, handyman, relerences available for caretaking posilion, preler  unfurnished. 886-4620.      ��40w  Senior n/s, n/p, wishes to rent  small 2 bdtm home with l/p, view $  cable, tor Nov.-Dec. 1. Gibsons /  Roberts Creek area. Reply to Box  401, c/o Box 460, Gibsons, BC  VON W0. I38cn  Wanted to rent. Specs suitable for  small, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-  9685Avw. tins  Small house, quiet spot, single  woman, $350 max. 886*0408.  ��$**  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm apartment,  700 sq. ft, avail. Oct. 1. Private  entrance, storage $ H/W tank.  Laundry A parking. Lv. mass. 734-  0323. #40cn  12 POINT  PANORAMIC VIEW  2 bdrm. master ensuite. gas F/P. 5  appl, deck, lower Gibsons,  $750/mo. ��� utils. 886-2588 or 1-  736-4604. I40w  2 bdrm. apart, Sechelt. avail. Nov.  1.$600/mo. 6854535.      MOw  Roommate wanted, 2 bdrm apt,  d/w, w/d, view, balcony. Close to  all amenities. N/S. $320/mo + 1/2  mil. 886*3249. ��40cn  3 bdrm suite, f/p, 2 car garage,  walking dislance to mall and bus.  Avail. Oct. 16.696*9376.   #40cn  Avail: 1 bdrm $ 2 bdrm apts. $390  and $425 plus damage deposit.  Dean 886-8073 or 866*4204  t40cn  Beautiful, spacious country home.  2 baths, sauna, shared accommodation, $350 or $475/mo plus util.  Call 986*8782 or 886*0014.��40cn  Small 1 bdrm furnished cottage,  $475fmo ��� util. Sorry no pets. 886-  9051. MOcn  Avail. Oct. 1, 2 bdrm. tull basement, view home on Francis  Peninsula Rd, $775/mo, partially  lumished, 4 appis. 1*530*0268.  *40cn  Greer Rd, Davis Bay. 3 bdrm  home, $650/mo. 1*204489-8634  lorappt. MOcn  2 bdrm basement suit, 5 appl,  partly lumished, ind. water A heal  Sr. center location, n/s, n/p.  $650/mo. 865*3417.        ��40cn  Gibsons 1 bdrm. basement suite in  nice home in Bonniebrook. Urge,  bnght kitchen, level entry. Close to  beach. N/S please. $500 ind. utils.  866-3575. MOw  2 bdim. view home in Sdme Paik,  incl. appliances $ drapes, rels,  aval, now, $775!mo. 885*7168.  MOw  Spacious 1 bdtm. suite Davis Bey  area, N/P, N/S, W/D, cable, utils.  ind., $550/mo. 865*8895.   MOw  2 bdrm. side duplex, Gibsons,  $750.  2 bdrm. ground floor waterlront  suite Halfmoon Bay, $600.  3 bdrm. lurnished waterlront  Roberts Creek, lease to June 30,  $1100,  Sussex Realty Property Management, Davt Austin ��5-3"3>5.   Wjjcn  Bachelor suite In Gibsons, avail.  .Immed., $450/mo. 86640O9.M0w -  Gibsons spacious 2 bdrm, large  deck, spectacular harbour view,  $625/mo ��� util. 686-3368.  MOcn  Gibsons specious 1 bdim. apt. in  2 yr. old building, ground floor,  central location. W/D. $575/mo.  includes heal 4 hydro, aval. Oct.  1.298*5215. I39w  Mid 40s prolessional male with 3  bdrm. home in lower Gibsons will  share accom. with tradesman/  handyman. Interested in exchanging rent lor repairs and maint. to  house. 886*2207. I40w  Avail. Oct. 1, Gibsons, new 1  bdrm, view deck, suit single n/s,  n/p, $550/mo incl. util. Rels. 886*  9043. MOcn  Avail. Oct. 1.2 bdrm 12x68 mobile.  Fridge, stove, w/d, large workshop,  excellent cond. 44 - 1416 North  Rd,$62S/mo No dogs 866-9581  MOtn  One bedroom apt, lower Gibsons.  Private deck and garden, lovely  view, overlooking marina, bright $  sunny new kilchen, bathroom,  laundry. Quiet secure building.  $650. The Westpon 866*3420.  MOcn  One bedroom apl, lower Gibsons.  New kitchen i bathroom, quiet and  secure building, laundry, dose to  all amenities. $690. The Weapon.  886*3420. MOcn  Bright ocean Iront 1 bdrm suite,  Gibsons area. Avail. Oct. 1. Sorry  no pets. $550/mo. 886>2596.l40cn  Hopkins Ldg. spacious 4 bdrm.  lum. home, 4 appl, F/P, 1 1/2  baths A cable incl. Lg. deck  w/panoramic view, N/S, $850/mo.  rels. req. 535*1834 eves.   ��40w  2 bdrm. upper level of house in  Gibsons, newly painted, hardwood  floors, F/P, deck w/outstanding  view, W/D, quiet neighbourhood,  avail. Oct. 1, rets. req. $700/mo.  Steve 688*7757 ext-X-120 or 255-  9924. MOw  NEW APTS ON WHARF RD.  Two bedroom wilh balcony, 4  appl, laundry room A security  door. $80Q/mo. plus mimes. Rets,  req. 8854103. MOcn  2 bdrm furnished waterlront cabin,  Granthams Ldg, avail. Sept. 20,  $55(Vnio. 931*7854.        MOcn  Davis Bay: giound floor studio,  view, private entrance, stove,  fridge, w/d, f/p. Ideal for one n/s  person. $375 plus utilities. 885*  2310. MOcn  Wanted to share, M/F, 2 bdrm.  house, central Glbaons, D/W, W/D,  garage, $450/mo. 886*0541 or 1*  '.739-0493.       -  :���   ..-.fckJw  Condo, Secret Cove, long term. 5  ���Wl. 885*8831. 139*  2 bdrm. house Fairview Di. near  the arena. Sechelt. View, lg. deck,  appis, shared W/D, avail, immed.  885*2159. I39w  New 4 bdrm. home In Sechelt, 2  car garage, 2 1/2 bath, 5 appl,  F/P, rels. req. N/P, $1100/mo. 686-  9039  S39w  Upper Gibsons and central, 2  bdrm. +, executive townhouse.  N/S. N/P, $825/mo. 866*2830.  138*  5 bdrm house near ferry  3 bdrm duplex, School Rd.  3 bdrm duplex. View. $850  Nibbles  REALTY LTD.  Don.Sutherland  686*8107  1 bdrm. waiertront suite, bright,  dean, laundry, balcony, $350/mo.  863*9177. I39w  Large 2 bdrm. house, across Irom  beach, Tuwanek. N/S preler,  $635/mo. i utils. 968-9552.139w  2 bdrm lumished house In Sandy  Hook, view, $675 -a utils. 6858867  alter 5 pm. I39cn  Irwin Motel Trailer Court, 2 bdrm  trailer, $475/mo. plus mils. Avail.  Oct. 1.886*3331. ��39cn  Waiertront 2 bdrm. lumished cottage, oil and wood heet, adults  only, N/P. cable included, avail.  Oct. 3, $60O/mo. 888*0645 or 433*  3643. 136*  Spacious 3 bdrm. townhouse, two  F/B, recroom, view, 4 appis, Ocl.  1$B50/mo. 886*3484.      138*  Sechelt 1 bdrm. suite, brand new,  very pnvale, W/D, single prolessional, $550. Call 865*7161.i36w  Spacious 1 bdrm. suite, Davis Bay  aree. N/P. N/S. W/D. cable, ulils  ind,$H0OAiio. 865*8895.   138*  3 bdrm. view home, 3 appl,  Granlhams. $750/mo. 886-2473.  I38w  New deluxe 1 bdrm. above ground  basement suite, Bay area, no pels,  avail. Oct. 15, $500.886-0103.  138*  Luxury upper tloor, 3 bdtm. near  marina, no pets, avail. Oct. 1,2/3  utils, $85tVmo. 686*9406. 138*  Gibsons large bright 2-3 bdrm.  mobile home on private acre, 4  appis., 5 min. to Cedar Grove  School. $650/mo. ��� utils or  $625/mo. Ind. heal - lighl. Long  lerm lease prelerred. Gary 886-  3359011-739-7670. #38*  3 bdrm. view home, 3 appl.,  Granthams, $750/mo��� N/S. 888-  2473. mi  New luxurious 2 bdtm. lownhouse,  3 baths, 4 appl, gaiage, F/P, NIP,  avail. Sept. 15. $775.1*942*1219  BV6S. *30W  Large 2 bdrm. suite, 5675 Wharf,  Sechelt. Quiet N/S, rets, $620/mo.  + hydro. Avail, immed. 686*3113.  138*  New 1 bdrm. bachelor suite, private entrance, balcony, fantastic  view, walk to ferry, lull cable -  utils. incl. $575/mo. 886*7394.  ���3BW  Gambier Island - 2 bdrm. water-  front cottage, avail. Oct.-May,  $550*110.*, uttts. 968-9099 or 481-     8666: ������  , ne*  House tor rent lower Qlbsons, 2 e bdrm. house, W. Sechelt,  bdrm, vaulted ceiling, skylights, $9S0/mo, aval. Ocl 1.8864535..  p��StXlsW**>.886*8714,��aBw I38w.  1 bdrm. ��� fireplace, skylight, mountain view, avail, immed, $425/mo.  > ulils. 8860539. 139*  One housekeeping room al  $200/mo. avail, immed. 8860539.  ���39w  Cute 2 or 3 bdim. home with view,  close to amenities, newly renovaled, N/S, rels. req. $B50/mo. 922  9814. I39w  Watertront panoramic view, Ig. t  bdrm. apt, $5KVmo. 8668756.  t39w  Near Gibsons, lg. top floor 3 bdrm.  2 baths, F/P, rec. rm, shared laundry, avail. Oct. 1, SBOQAna S utils.  922*1680. I39w  2 bdrm house, w/d, lower Gibsons.  $700,866*3222. I39cn  Male single parent, boy nine, have  two rooms in basement, Roberts  Creek. Share rest of house and  ulil. $35Q/mo. 886*7356,8868196  lv. message. I39cr  1 bdrm. suite, $450/mo, separate  hydro and phone, cable incl. 886-  2265. I39w  Modem 1 bdrm. suite, 5 appl,.on  acreage, $600/mo. 26t*2207.��39w  Cozy, clean, furnished self-contained cottage (lower Gibsons),  cable, utils incl, suit quiet, single  working person or retiree,  $515*110.865*3433. ��39w  a BCYCNA  BRITISH  camusu  aaaovuKOaa  coaauuwrv  NEWSPAPER  ASSOC*. T10N  A/4kW QIm*&uU  These ads appear in more than 100 oommunity newspapers In B.C. and Vukon  and reach more than 3 mlllon readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604) 669*9222.  $225  326  UMaach additional award  AUTO  ENGINES rebuilt irom $795.  ENGINE remanulacture Irom  $995. 6 months to pay. 6  Year 120.000 warranty. Bond  Mechanical building engines  lor 28 years. 872 -0641.8*8,7  days.   CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Guaranleed Rebuilds.  6 Cyl Irom $995. * VS trom  $1,095.6yr. 120,000 Km limited warranty. 560-1050 or 1 -  800-665-3570, 12345-114  Ave. Surrey. BCAA Approved.  F-250. 4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up lo $1500. cash  rebaie. O' down O.A.C. Payments Irom $189/monlh  Phone Granl collecl 538-  9778.  Dealer H8367.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  PROFIT WITH THE LAND  DEVELOPERSI 900 people  per week are crowding into  the lasl remaining space in  the Lower Mainland ol B.C.  The Greater Vancouver Re*  gional District says that 'At  expected rales ol development, the land currently identified lor single lamily housing  will be built to capacity by  aboul 2006*. Find out how  you can profit Irom this land  squeeze. Call lor Iree brochure (604)640-7787 or I-  800-668-3565.   AT HOME BUSINESS, or add  to existing operation. For total investment ol less than  $50,000. you'll enjoy high returns in the computerized  embroidery business. Acorn-  plete set up now available in  this area. Call Denis in  Calgary 1-800-661-9089.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Besl ol Both Woridsl SODA  SNACK COMBO. Musl be  financially qualified. Call I*  800-25COINS,   THRIVING TIRE BUSINESS  FOR SALE or Lease. 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Greenhouse  Builders Ltd.. 7425 Hedley  Ave.. Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1.  FREE BROCHURE.  Aluminum/Glass or  Aluminum/Polycarbonate  SDP, Double-welled Green*  houses, Soleriuma A compiele line ol Greenhouse Accessories. Telephone  (604)433*4220, FAX: 433-  ____,  (SMITH  WANTED:   Agea 16*30 to  work on (arms in Europe,  Australia, New Zealand, Japan or U.K. Contad Che International Agricultural Exchange Association, 1501 -17  Ave. S.W. Calgary, AB, T2T  OE2. 1*800*263* 1927,  FOR SALE UBC.  Five Loeders, 3 Graders.  Lowbada, 3 Excavators. Ambulance, Machanlca Trucka,  6 Dozers, Hlab, 10 Backhoee,  Water Trucka, End end Bely  Dumps, Fuel Trucka, Fire  Trucks, Oenaala. Call:  (604)493*6791.  FLYING FABRICS OFFERS  outerwear labrics. Selection  includes Ultrex -S9/M,  Mlcrollbres*$8/M, notions,  patterns. For mail order sample package contact, Box  20020, Red Deer, AB, TAN  6X6 or (403)340*1633.  Own your own boutique or  thrill shop? High quality vintage end designer lashions.  All Mil store products also  available. Incredibly low  prices. S.P.CA Thrill Store,  550 Clark Drlve.Vancouver  (604)264*8558.  PSORIOSIS Sufferers. Alo*  ton guaranteed to clear up  your PSORIOSIS or your  money back. $17.95 .$4.50  SAH. To Purchase:  Seashore Enterprises, Box  402,Coomba,B.C.VORIMO,  HELPWANTEO  PERSONAL  PASTLIVES.SoulTraveland  Dreams. Call lor a FREE  Brochure end leam an en-  dent technique for spiritual  Insight thai wll help you understand and cope with challenges In life. ECKANKAR  Into lino 1-600-667-2990.  HEAL ESTATE  WANTED:Tlmbered acreage  or wood lot by privale parly.  For long term Investment period. Box 268, Pemberton,  B.C. VON 2LO 804*6798.  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Inlormation  on both, Write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  CHIawaK2C3J1.  RECREATION PROPERTY  B.C. Land. For Sale by  Owner, 100 Properties.  Ocaanlront, Lakalronl,  Streams, Ranchland located  throughout B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  available. Free brochure.  Niho Land A Cattle Company  433*5545.   SALES  Regular Part-lime posilion  available In Denial Clinic.  Experience In dentistry an  asset. Good working condi*  Sons. Weges commensurate  with experience. Could lead  lo hil'dme employment. Sand  resume lo: Box 188, Lillooet,  B.C. VOKIVO.  ECOWATER requires two  technicians. Training provided $2400. plus per month.  Requirements: Transportation, good reputation In community, sell starter, bondeble.  CaH Mr Ecol-600-667-4401.  SERVICES  KITCHEN CABIHETS  CABINETS t/2 PRICE. In  stock, countertope/vanlties  alao. Kilchen Craft Factory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Werehouses, 4278  Loughaed, Burnaby 298-  9277. 1868 Spall Rd,  Kelowna 860-6638. 600  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114.  HOMES  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory Direct. 'Cue.  torn Built". Top dollar lor  trades. Many usedunlts available. Nobie Homes (403)447.  3414.   USED MOBILES. 3-14X70',  2*14X68', 1-14'X60', 4*12'  wides, 2-dbis. Will consider  car, truck, camper es down  payment. Try us al Christina  Lake el 447*9217 today  (DUM73). '  Major ICBC motor vehicle In*  |ury deims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyertor 24 years. Cal  tree: 1*800-665-1138. Contingency lees available.  Simon, Wener A Adler.  TRAVEL  "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekends A Hoi*  daya stay with "Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals'". Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi A Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE t-800-697*  5529.   VACATION  7 DAY HORSE DRIVE. Help  drive e herd ol horses Irom  Pemberton to Lillooet over  old gold rush trails. Leaves  Oct. 9. For lurthar Inio  (604)937*6623.  NETWORK CLASSIFIED  AM  These ads appear In over  110 community newspapers throughout B.C. A  tie Yukon. To find out  how you can place a Network Classified Ad cell  Ms paper or tha BCYCNA  at _______  immac. 2 bdrm. lownhouse, view, 3 bdrm. rancher, Gibsons, 2 yrs. $5000/mo potential right In your  Sechelt, avail. Sept. 1, $800/mo. dd, 4 appis, close to school and community with corporate supplied  mall, $800. Avail. Od. 1.524*9422. leads to our national clients. Also  . __     .   .   , 138* seeking service personnel. Call  2bdim���'"J^-'010"10811     Penny at 532*0099. Interviews this  amenities. $500/mo. ^^ *-*,  2 bdrm. condo with basement,  view, Gibsons, $K75/mo.  NRS Sechelt Property  Management$8990S3  tm  Watertront suite Selma Park, 2  bdrm., $700/mo., avail. Oct. 1.  926-3991. ��3Bw  Roberts Creek new 3 bdrm. house,  very spacious, 5 appl, close to  fishing, goll A lerry, N/S, N/P, asking $1100/mo. 885*0128.   I38w  2 bdrm house, Fircrest, $750/mo.  886*7261. I38cn  2 bdrm basement suite, n/s, n/p,  available Od. 1, W. Sechelt, $550  incl utilities. 6654100 or 1*275*  0282. I38cn  Convenient location - across  trom Trail Bay Mall. 3 bdtm house,  w/d, nice yard, parking in back,  $850.895*7161 alter 5 pm.#36cn  Watertront 1 bdrm cabin, Lee Bay.  Fridge, stove, electric heal, laundry, n/s, avail, no*. $400/mo ���  damage deposit. 883-9446.'38cn  New 2 level lownhouse, Ebbtide  St, Sechelt, avail. Sept. 15,2  bdrm, 2 1/2 baths, FP, single  garage, n/s, n/p. $800/mo. 885-  4421. I38cn  Clean bright 2 bdrm suite, view,  privale entrance and deck, walk to  feny, n/s, n/p, rels. req. 886-7490.  MBcn  2 bdtm lower level of house, newly  painted, l/p, greet view, w/d, quiet  neighbourhood. Avail. Oct. 1, refs.  req. $575. Steve 255*9924.138cn  2 bdrm upper level ol house, newly  painted, hatdwood Hoots, l/p, deck  w/oulstanding view, w/d, quiet  neighbourhood. Avail. Sept. 15 or  Ocl. 1. Rels reg. $72S/mo. Steve  255*9924. #38cn  Watertront, lower Gibsons, 2 bdim  apt, $675/mo; 1 bdrm apt,  $460/mo. 525-1589.        I36cn  Beautiful Roberts Creek watedront,  large two bdrm home, $800.885-  7685. 13801  3 bdrm houie with 4 appl,  $450*110. Madeira Park. 863*1132.  BBcn  Large bachelor suite, private  entrance, l/p, marvelous view,  adult oriented, laundry facilities  ind. Aval. Od. 1.8860990.13801  Lower Gibsons, view house lo  share with you and your spouse,  friend, or child. Owner absent  much of the lime. 3 bdrm A den,  w/d. 886*7286. 13691  Roberts Creek tow bank Watertront  property, two bedrooms, $1,100  par month.  Two bedroom townhouse, central  Gibsons, adult oriented complex,  great view, $800 per month.  Selma Patk ��� two bedroom waler  view house, $650 per month.  Two bedrooms, plus guest suite-a  home In a private setting ��� across  street from beach, $1250.  Spacious three bedroom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sept. 1. $1,250.  APARTMENTS  Two bedioom side-by-side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  rent Includes heal and hot water,  $625.  One bedroom apartment, central ���  rent indudes heat and hot water,  $525.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. ft. warehouse and olfice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  Upper Gibsons, 1 bdrm. suite avail.  Oct. 2, N/S, $500/mo. utils. incl.  868*3107. I39w  Gibsons - desn 2 bdtm. suite with  view, avail, immed, F/S, W/D, storage, parking, close to all amen  Dies. 596-1689. I39w  Upper Gibsons 2 bdrm. house,  ocean view, N/S, N/P, $720/mo. t  mils, rets. req. 866*0318.   139*  $600/mo. avail. Oct. 1, neat 2  bdrm. house et 290 Skyline, Gibsons Null. 677-1770 or 325-5533  Irene, or 8864861 weekends.  #39w  Fully lurnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen seivice and  guesl laundromat. Located across  Irom Gibsons Yacht Club A Marina. 886-3343. tin  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500,886*7018. tin  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patk) A  skylight. Utilities not ind. $550rMh.  866*7018. tin  Gibsons - recently decorated  house w/view ol marina, 2 bdtms,  avail. Oct. 1, $900/mo. plus mils.  886*0512 aft. 5pm. I38w  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm plus,  $600/mo. ��� util, aval, immed. 886-  3466. MOcn  OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT  Two offices at Rockwood Centre  available October 1st to nonprofit  groups wanting ptlvate, quiel  space In a friendly, co-operative  ambiance. $200 and $230 indudes  heat and light. Phons 885*2522*  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tin  30XS0 WORKSHOP  Close lo Gibions. 2 bay woikshop  that may ba rented in half or lull.  Use for storage, small business,  or? 885*4490. tin  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Paik, light industrial, seivice commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq tt  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 686*2663 days, 886*9075  eves. ttn  Irvines Landing marina A pub,  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 663*1145. tfn  Licensed realtor or mortgage broker required lor local brokerage  position. Progressive and expanding company. Commission only.  Great income potential. Contact  Ms. Fiona Wong. 1*800*265*6643.  13801  Special Needs Worker required lor  22 hrsJWeek in the Haltmoon Bay  Childcare Cenlre alter school  pram. Must have some relevant  childcare courses and dr training.  Please submit resume belore  Sept. 30 to Jane Balance, Hallmoon Bay Childcare Cenlre Sod*  ety, RRI1. C57 Wild*ood Site,  Hallmoon Bay. BC VON 1Y0.I39*  Relief stall for daycare. E.C.E.  training preferred. 886*7648.l38cn  Required stall F/T tor pm shift, with  experience and/or training woiking  with mentally challenged adults.  Valid DL and First Aid needed.  Phone Sharole 886*3217.  ���3801  The Sunshine Coast Recreation  Commission is seeking 14 community members lo lorm an Advisory  Committee to work with the commission concerning leisure services on the Sunshine Coast. The  appointments will be lor a one year  term. Please submit letter ot Hem  outlining related experience to the  Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission, Box BOO, Sechelt, BC  V0N3A0byOct. 8/93      ��39w  Gardener, experienced, with references, guaranteed monthly minimum, no lawn work. 865*5473  eves. #39*  Babysitter to woik 3 mornings per  week, 9:30*10:30 at Fitness Centre. Hourly wage A free membership. 6864606. (fit  Supplement your income ��� woik as  little or as much as you want - lots  ot benefits. 885-0472.      I39cn  Profwlonal Bldg,  721 MrtraiM, <_teotm.ee.  Fum. otlice and conference  room with oceanview for tent  on a daily baala. One  unfurnished office available  Oct. 1. Located near marina  and post office. Full eacretarial  and admin, eervicee available.  For Irde eel Saw art WIW  er Lonke el Kt-MN (evee).  Local Dial*a-Boltle business  requires pA driver, avould suit semi-  retired person. 8868005 after 6  pm. ISBcn  STYLIST WANTED lor busy well  established hair salon Cal! Denise  668-3916. ttn  Cook needed. Apply in person with  resume at Hillside Family Restaurant, 2 ��� 4 pm daily. Some fine dining experience prelerred. Seaview  Place, Gibsons 686*2993. I39cn  Experienced legal secretary for  Eastwood A Co. For Inio or  appdntment, call 885*5631. ��9w  Persons required tor Sus! O's Billiards. Reply to Box 402, c/o Box  460. Gibsons, BC VON 1VO.I39cn  Driver required by Province Newspaper for local delivery. Reliable  vehicle necessary. 666-3224.  13901  Busy salon looking lor qualified  hairdresser. 886*2121, ask lot Janice, tin  New Chine Kitchen is now hiring  waiters/waitresses. Please apply in  peison with resume. tn  P/T receptionist required lo work in  friendly professtonal almosphara al  local optometry office. Rjtuittfltf  Ml Ime and training tor expended  responsibilities. Pis. send resume  and handwritten cover letter to Dr.  Grant Wood, RRI2, S2, C73, Gibsons, BC. #38w  Full-time instructor needed tor a  38-week Native Adult upgrading  program lor Ihe Sechelt Indian  Band. Deadline lor application Is:  September 24,1993. Applicants  Interested in this posilion should  submit their resumes to: Sechelt  Indian Band, c/o Gertie Plena, Box  740, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0 or  FAX: 885-3490. H you require further intormaton, please cal Gertie  Pierre at 6868016.  Two full-time Teacher-aides needed lor Native Adult upgradng program lor the Sechell Indian Band.  Assistant posilion wi only require  27.5 houra per week. Destine tor  applications: September 24,1993.  Applicants interested In this position should submit their resumes  to: Sechelt Indian Band, c/o Gertie'  Pierre, Bex 740, Sechett, BC, VON  SAO or FAX: 885-3490. If you  require further inlomiation, please  call 885*116. ��8w  Public petson, 15*30 hn. per  week, wiling to leem sales, terms,  stock handling. $7/hr. to start. Box  99, Granthams Landing, VON 1X0.  tin  Time for a Change!  Our new classified ad  deadline is  Thursdays at 5 p.m.  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline on  Thursdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in the  "Too Late to Classify"  category until the  following issue. Coast News, September 20, 1993       23  34   Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The StoryTelling Festivsl needs  volunteers with basic first aid training to assist them Oct. 1*3; tha  Salvation Army needs e driver lor  furniture pickup, truck and gas pro*  vided; a woodworking instructor Is  needed to shate skills with a  seniors group in Davis Bay, Thurs.  1*2:30pm; Parent-Tot Dtop-in  needs help at Its morning sessions  in Sschelt A Gibsons. For these  and more opportunities contad lhe  Volunteer and Inlormation Centre  at 885*5881. 138*  Roberts Creek Legion requires  door person lor most Fri. A Sat.  evenings. Call Dave at 666*9964  attet6pm.       tin  Small retail shop in Sechelt looking  tor personable conscientious worker, 1 to 2 days per week. Call  eves 6854431. MOw  35. Business &  Home Services  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  ���<Cn**Cus.om Ffomina  II   -Decks I V,  ���Sloir-   **-Ort\  ( ��� Wood Siding     ''V  883-9775  CLAIREMONT CONSTRUCTION  Framing, Drywall, Finishing  " 20 yrs. experience "  Reliable, Etlicient. John Williams.  885-3144. ��39w  PAINTING PROFESSIONAL  30 years experience. Residential,  Commercial. 666*2469 alter 6pm.  ���3Bw  Landscape  Consultants  ��� Design  ��� Supervision  ��� Management  886-3915  Daycare close to Haltmoon Bay  School. Full time, part tima, alter  schod, any age, babies welcome  Gaye 885*5208. ��36w  ) light products at home.  Excd. income, easy woik. CaH tor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  exl.A74. tfn  DOWN TO  EARTH  Gardening Sen-leas  We specialize In  working with people.  Kathryn Muaaella  885-3458  KCOfWlNQT  Need help with your colour coordination? New Hinds? Smart, attractive valances? Furniture arrangement? Exterior colour and design  problems? Cat Cheryl Law ��� Decorating Consultant 886*7372,9 am ���  9 pm. Bonier Board Special  $159.95 (reg. $189.95).    I40cn  Will's Window Washing A light  hauling, reas. rates. 685*7733.  MOw  Clean-up / dump runs, window  washing, grounds maintenance,  once or regular basis. Rob 886-  38a MOcn  PEMNSULA PAINTING  Prolessional quality interior / exterior painting $ paper hanging.  Senior's and non-profit organizations discount. Ftee estaimate.  Jerry 8858481. MOcn  R\. \KC\M)  House Cleaning  2 mature A reliable housecleaners  Janice 8864302 * Helen 8864676  0  Booth  Decorating  Painting (I &E)  Paper Hanging  15 Years Experience  Stipien   1385-0867  Light hauling, yard A basement  cleanups, seniors discount. Norm  886*9503. 140*  HANDYMAN  Quick A reliable, qually seivices.  Mechanical, construction, yard  work, cleanup, rubbish removal,  etc. Have Bobcat and trailet fot  excavating, backfilling, leveling,  landscaping, 01 W.H.Y. Gary 886-  2203. MOw  Rubbiih Removal yatd cleanup,  light moves, odd Jobs, quick friendly seivice. 885*9694, 326*1611  cel. Mtw  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rales,  free eslimales, no job too small or  loo large. Bruce 885*9576     tin  Light gardening done, weeding a  specially. Garbage removal. Edna  8854666. 139*  CARPENTER  40 years experience, all jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 6889257  MBw  Aval, tor small drywall and taping  jobs, exp'd. Call Alan 885-7080.  Ami SCHOOL CARE  ��� Licenced ��� Sole ��� Reliable  Nhw-rtrH-SwR  Open 5-8pm week days  Neil to Gibsons School  On the school bus route  frn ir Cedar Grove  6 Langdale  Call m-2064 anytime  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos ��� schod age.  Fun-filled oaring environment, wtti  trained staff. 886-3913.     M9w  Spaces still aval, for Nine-Three-  Seven Attar Schod Child Care at  St. Bart's church hal, North Rd. 1  Hwy. 101,38:30pm 888-2064 or  886*7118. tfn  Babysitter wanled lor 10 mo. old  baby. 886*2580. MOw  Babysitter needed 2 hat days par  week lor 2 children, ages 8 mos. A  3 years, In our homs. Rati. req.  6864821. 14001  Substitute teachers required tor  tie Halfmoon Bay Childcare Centre's todder, over 3 A out ot school  programs. Please contact Jane  Balance at 865*3739 for further  Into.  MOw  Rdiable, experienced student wll  sit evenings and weekends, has  certificate. 6884448      MOcn  General labourers, root repair, window washing, yard care, rubbish  removal. Seniors 10% discount,  Iree estimates. Call Grant or Mike  886*9894. 13801 '  tOMPUTIR  FRIENDLY  From Bookkeeping  to Custom Programming  ��� Set-up - Training  . ConnJtlnfl  . EaaceSant References  . Great Rata.  Nancy 885*8848 fta-Jtm  The phone tin Ihis ad was incorrect  in tne Monday Sept 13th issue ol  the Coast tievn. Sorry tor any  inconvenience.  885-0230  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 885-3372 or 685*7169.  I42cn  Locks and home security, free  consultation and estimate, call  Surlock Homes Security 685-  3557. I39w  Mmry Poppint1  Chimney Sweep  ToeMMtral  ���M-3.494  RSpaBarl m RlltalKllHMII  aWptwChlm Chimney  I'M YOUR HANDillAN  Porches, Additions, Remodeling,  Solanums, No job too small. Bill at  896*0360 or 24 hr. pager 1*977*  6502. tin  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets > Finishing  Kon name Ul  All projects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  FOR 15 YEARS  HOMEOWNER*  HELPLINE  .;,  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 665*2109.  tin  All types ol construction, renovations, quality workmanship, lair  prices. For last, Iree esimate, call  Don 865-3557, rets, avail.  I39w  Progressive Poweiwash ��� specializing in powerwashing/ painting/  boat waxing and repairs/ plus  much more. Discount lor seniors.  John 883*2030. MOw  WRENCH  HANDS  Fully equipped  work apace/tepait shop  Experienced  mechanic on hand  "Wa can do It all or  assist you"  Older car specialist  Kixjina* laipaur A uintalinlHiii/anicliinr*  btazin*] / hriikrs / okv-uiaal, ailc.  Phone/Fax 886-3621  Flexible Rates  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, tree estimates. Relerences  available. 886*3463. tfns  Drywall A taping. Quality workmanship, fair prices. For last, free  estimates, call Don 865X3557, refs.  avail ��39w  Housecleaning ��� seniors discount.  885-7645. ��39w  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaranteed work. Call  Richard. 686*0962. >38cn  NH VERSATILE  �����R$!ypACT0RCo  * Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  # Motorized screen  (or topsoil  ��� Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  John Harrison  886-4859  Ienovelions.$undecki  Carperls-lasemanli  A mere  Guaranteed prices  A workmanship  JOI Me-eiST  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 683-  2978. tin  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Paining - Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial A Residential  886*0180 lv. mess  m  rpf'tS'ate**  | Ffss GorauMon  LLJJ CAU 885*719  Fm GorauMon  CAU 885-4719  ANDARDEVCORP.  COOL RUNNINGS  Cine ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbiih removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd lobs.  885-3917. tta  Clean-up / dump turn, window  washing, grounds maintenance,  once or regular basis. Rob 886-  3822. MOcn  Framing crew avail, (to lockup) Joe  865*3572 eves. MOw  HANDYMAN SERVICES  Reliable A prompt. Broad range ol  experience. No job too small.  Seniors rates. Lv. message.  Michael 885-5495. 13601  Man avail, plumbing, carpenter.  Pager 1979*1526; telephone 886*  8292. ��38w  HONOA POWER PRODUCTS  AHUSOVARNA  FOREST A GaWDEN  PRODUCTS  '    ForistS Garten  Dealerships  available tor Sechelt  Cell Oorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  ScRKXJS INQUIRIES ONLY  Experienced, responsible care tor  your little one(s) In my safe, comfortable home. Lots of TLC and  toys. Rels. avail. Reasonable  rates. Flexible hours. 886*2227.  I39cn  Person lor occasional care and  feeding ol 9 year old Roberls  Creek boy while father is working  c* coast. Your place or mine, Rale  neg. 686*7356,8868196 hr. message. I39cn  EXPERIENCED RELIABLE  BABYSITTER  Grade 12 student aval, for after  school, evenings and weekend  daycare. Rels. available. Call  Rachad after 5 pm, 8880273.  Mfcn  Experienced nanny required to  provide consistent care for our 3  and 5 yr. dd children. Live-in or  oul. Comfortable home, generous  benefits and lime off. 6858545 alt.  7pm. <39w  Teddy Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces lor 3*5 yr. olds and  after school age children. Call 885-  2721. M2w  MOAMNOTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  Licensed facility and staff wll provide lun, stimulating activities and  outings. Ages 18 months A up.  Lower Gibsons. Lisa 886*2203.   M8w  Mother ol 2 will do childcare in  comfortable, life environment.  References. Call Lisa 8860055.  l3Bcn  Caregivlng babysitter, willing to  babysit child 2 yn. or older In  Cedar Grove area, rels. avail. 886-  0900. HBw  Molher ot 1 willing to provide childcare In Wilson Creek home. 885  0622. I38w  Homos snd Property  Gibsons 3 bdim. 2 bath 1 yr. dd  duplex (strata). Gatage and carport, sundeck, nice treed yatd, 5  appl., $134,600. 296-5215 Hilda,  Sutton Group. Excd.        MOw  Aftna-ajncements  The SPCA WU not be open to the  public on Sept. 26, due to the spatial general meeting.       I38w  Pets end Livestock  TROPICAL FISH  GOLDFISH  25c A up, supplies - equipment.  MOw  Car ddly for mid size car* reasonable. 885-4114. MOw  For Sale  Blood-infected HIV patients  to receive BC compensation  British Columbia residents  who contracted HIV or AIDS  through the blood system will  receive $30,000 a year for life,  Health Minister Elizabeth Cull  announced Wednesday.  In addition, they will receive  an immediate payment of  $20,000 as well as financial  assistance for surviving spouses  and children.  "Over the past several weeks  I've worked closely with ministers of health across Canada to  come up with a fair and reasonable package of financial benefits," Cull said. "It will assist  those British Columbians who  have lived wilh the devastating  effects of contracting HIV  through the blood system to live  out their lives in financial dignity and provide their families  with a certain level of financial  comfort and security."  Provincial and territorial  health ministers meeting in  Edmonton announced the details  of a multi-provincial assistance  package for people infected with  HIV through the blood supply.  All provinces and territories are  included except Nova Scotia  which has already implemented  assistance programs. The components of the package are:  ��� $30,000 a year for life for  the person infected;  ��� $20,000 immediate payment for the person infected or  their surviving spouse upon  enrolment in the program;  ��� $20,000 a year for four  years for surviving spouses;  ��� $4,000 a year for four years  for each dependent child.  Those individuals who  became infecled by HIV from  either blood products distributed  in Canada between 1978 and  1989 to treat a coagulation disorder, or a blood transfusion  received in Canada during that  same period are eligible for  assistance.  All people enrolled in the  federal government's Extraordinary Assistance Program will be  eligible for the multi-provincial  plan upon signing of a release.  The provinces are providing the  package without any admission  of liability. The life-time annual  payments will begin one year  after the person receives their  lasl federal payment, for the  majority it will be April 1,1994.  Funding for this assistance  plan is provided from the regular provincial health ministry  operating budget and contributions from various insurers.  "HIV infection through the  blood supply is a real tragedy in  our society. Our health system  should not make you sicker,"  Cull said. "This assistance package will allow people infected to  live out their lives with dignity  and provide financial security  for their families after their  deaths."  In BC, 102 people have been  infected with HIV/AIDS from  the receipt of blood and blood  products. Sixty-five of these  people are still living.  The easiest most profitable home*  based guaranteed income opportunity. Send sell-addressed  stamped envelope to Box 1 C-7  Westskte PI., Cleerbrook, BC V2T  4W3. On  ... �����as�����a-a-aa-aw-aa------���������  Small attotdable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, llexible  houra. Call Sharon 665*2226.  ss#39w  Wanl to be financially independent? And contrd your life in a naturally healthy way? This MLM pro*  vides unlimited Income potential.  Call 683*9853 tor more information. ��39w  40   Too Late  lo Classify  For Rent  Waterfront 2400 sq. It. houie,  newly renovated, $750/mo. 886-  3062 or 273*7098. MOw  Nice large watertront apt. at Secret  Cove. Year round, S550/mo. Call  Hayden 885-9368, h. men.  tin  woffeWmtod  RENOVATIONS additions, alterations, certified journeyman car*  Brad8668652.     MOw  Viking elec. tange, sell-clean, I  almond, $350; Royal Albert Petit-  Point 8 place setting (5 pes.)  numerous extra serving pieces,  $500.685-7011 or 659*9991.MOw  4x8 utility trailer. 14 in. tires, $550.  6854851 ah. 6pm.        ss#41w  5II. Amer. Standard gray bathtub  and plastic shower surround, $75:  6 drawer dresser, $45.885*4114.  MOw  Four 22S75/16 ��� 6 bolt tires, nms  snd caps. 685-5009.        MOw  Trucks  1989 Ford F150 4X4, 302, 5 sp~  canopy, many extras, $9700.685-  4851 aft. 6pm. ssMlw  14 It. Starcralt heavy aluminum,  $600. Will consider trade/light car-  top. 6854851 aft. 6pm.   ssMtw  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Applications now being taken lor  spaces avail, for newly licensed  family daycare In Sept. Large,  bright facility will be well equipped,  with mature, well-experienced  staff. Open 6 am ��� 6:30 pm to meet  the needs of woiking commuters.  866-7648 MBcn  Responsible molher of 1 looking to  care lor up to 2 children In my  home, Mon.-Fri. (days). Safe, lun  playroom aval, along with slacks  and nutritious lunches. Rels. tea  Brenda 685-6483. MBw  Wanled to Rant  Photographer, responsible, single,  quiet house Roberts Creek or elsewhere, torest or watertront, maintenance work negotiable, $450  max. Irwin 8854216 or 255*2787.  MOW  For Rent  House in Roberts Creek ��� dose to  Gibsons. 1 bdrm. + din, country  kitchen, on acreage, awl. Oct 1,  $675*1)0.298*5215. MOW  Province of  British  Columbia  Ministry of Foraata  SUBSTANTIAL  COMPLETION  In the matter ol bridge  comtructlon (5) on Ihs  Theodosia 6423.02 and  Duck Lake 3477.01 Forest  Sendee Roads.  Thi Corporation  of thi District  of Sichilt  notice of tax sale  On September 27, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. In tha  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Saehelt BC  VON SAO the following properties will be  offered lor sale II the Delinquent Taxes plus  Inters! are not paid.  IEQAL DESCRIPTION  u  57���� Patta. Cra*a-*-aa-t  .eeOQa-tfRoad  Tv-aonRoad  TyaanRaad  7��3Sa***ha*lt Mat Read  7Se0SaacMtkBlatRoad  1231 Hghaaay 101  6851 Smvww Rom  S2�� Mann Road  YES!  Since 1945 Jhe Coast News has been recording  the history of our community...  Special Interest Miterials  The Coast News' strength Is our  special interest editorials, addressing  issues and events unique to the  Sunshine Coast. Our community  columns, generated by local  residents, attract the reader's  attention and enhance the exposure  of advertising messages.  Awards lor Excellence  The Coast News has won 5 awards  from the Canadian Community  Newspapers Association and 10  awards from the British Columbia  and Yukon Newspapers Association  in the past 4 years, for both  advertising and editorial excellence.  91% leadership  81% of Sunshine Coast respondents  read every issue of The Coast News  (an additional 5% read 3 out of 4,  another 5% read at least 2 out of 4;  resulting in a 91% following).  Infleonce on Consumer  Activities and! Shopping  Decisions  68% of homes keep Tbe Coast News  4 days or longer; receiving the paper  in good time to influence weekly  activities and shopping decisions.  32% of respondents keep it in the  home for 6 to 7 days.  Source: Decima Research local Market Survey  336-2622  The Coast News  Our 48th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast  _wm  \m  ����������������� 24       Coast News, September 20, 1993  $200 a ^ag ^y  ^r*^-*        Tuesday, September 21 st  g^   One Day Only  I^Thitay*  HELP THE  Oonstlons    688-2488 or Boi SM  ���TTTTTVTTTTTT  SHORNCLIFFE  Annual General Meeting  TUESDAY, SEPT. 21 ��� 7:30 PM  Shorncliffe Building for the  Sechelt Intermediate Care Society  CALL 885-5126  ���AAAAAAAAAAAA  Film, drama  schools luring  waves of wannabe's  NEW?  On  laby  ���rMoorbridatob*  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USi  ,    5ife5?nia.��� Saschelt fwfcibias   Sylvia M6-4620     Ruth SIS-3M7     Midge MS-33M  from page 1  But all the warnings aren't  stopping people of all ages from  lining up at the doors of drama  and film schools throughout the  region.  The Vancouver Film School  has doubled its student population every year since its opening  in 1987, says Appleby.  The response to  their classes, he  says, has been  "absolutely unbelievable."  Teaching everything from script  writing and editing  lo lighting to act-       ������������  ing, the school has  presently 350 students, aged  mainly between 18 and 40.  People are eager, Appleby  says, because the jobs are out  there: "From the artistic to the  technical - there's just so much  that goes on with every single  shot." Appleby estimates about  half of the school's annual graduates are presently employed in  the film industry.  Meanwhile, city and the  surrounding district high schools  are also witnessing a boom in  interest in the dramatic arts,  including Sunshine Coast  schools where the number of  sludenis involved in drama has  doubled over the last five years.  Al Argyle Secondary, a  North Vancouver school known  for its quality fine arts program,  drama teacher Lloyd Burritt  _____________   says he's had to go  back to school  "The response to  himself in *>���*' ">  > ii. upgrade his knowl-  classes, bas been edge oftheTV and  absolutely  unbelievable'  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622  or 885-3930!  ATTENTION  HOMEOWNERS  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL OFFER:  CONTRACTOR'* �������'���c  S PUH IV,  mm  Mohawk offers  today's best value  and quality carpet  for the busy and  not so busy areas  film arts.  He says many of  his 300 plus stu-  ***********~~~- dents are coming  into grade 9  already with film experience  under their belts. Burritt, himself a professional actor with  several feature film roles to his  credit, says he isn't convinced a  shot at stardom is the only driving force behind the student  interest.  Students are generally so  stressed by their academic classes, he says, the fine arts is simply "a wonderful way to open  up and find yourself."  Alan Robertson  But stardom isn't completely  oul of the picture. Burritt says  many of his former students are  working professionally in the  industry. And he has at least two  big shots on his teaching list:  internationally popular singer-  song writer Bryan Adams and  teen heartthrob Jason Priestley  of Beverly Hills 90210 fame.  Enhancing communities goal of  new BC 21 project grant program  The NDP government  launched a new funding initiative last week aimed at building  or improving neighbourhood  facilities around the province.  The BC 21 Community Projects program is a new community-based initiative that will  provide $20 million to local  governments and non-profit  organizations to improve services for local residents.  Funding will go tp groups for  such projects as the renovation  or construction of playgrounds,  baseball diamonds, volunteer  firefighting halls, cultural facilities or community halls.  BC 21 Community Projects is  part of larger provincial initiative entitled 'BC 21 - Building  our Future', a program aimed at  expanding the province's economy. BC 21 is managed by the  Ministry of Government Services. Grants are available  province-wide.  A panel has been appointed  to review all applications.  Grants can be of any size to a  maximum of $1 million, covering up to one-third of the project's cost.  Only applicants that  operate on a  non-profit basis will  be considered/or  tbe program  Only applicants that operate  on a non-profit basis will be  considered for the program.  They may be a municipality ,  regional district or other local  government body, a federally or  provincially registered non-profit society or any group or orga  nization endorsed by local or  provincial governments or by an  appropriate community organization. Projects whioh do not  qualify for capital support  through any other provincial  government funding program  will be considered.  To qualify for a grant, the  submitted application must be  for a one-time capital project,  for example, lo purchase, renovate or construct a facility or  purchase equipment/furnishings.  Applicants are required to  provide a financial plan showing  the cost of the project as well as  substantial community support,  which can include the applicant's own funds; funds from  other sources; volunteer labour,  or donated materials.  There are four closing dates  for submissions: Oct. I, Jan. I,  April 1 and July I. Applications  will be accepted at any time.  TOWN OF  m$m   GIBSONS  LP!#   Notice of  Public Hearing  OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN BYLAW NO. 655  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held to allow the public to  make representation to the Council of the Town of  Gibsons in respect of Official Community Plan Bylaw No.  655. The public hearing will be held as follows:  DATE:    September 29th, 1993  TIME:     7:30 p.m.  PLACE: Cedars Inn Conference Room  895 Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons, B.C.  The purpose of Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 655  is to provide a general statement of broad objectives and  policies for existing and future development within the  boundaries of the Town of Gibsons.  A copy of the above bylaw may be inspected at the  Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road in  Gibsons, British Columbia Monday through Friday,  excepting statutory holidays, 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from  September 13,1993 to September 29th, 1993.  Copies of all submissions made to Council regarding the  Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 655 are also  available for public viewing at the Municipal Hall.  All persons who believe their interest in property to be  affected by Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 655 shall  be afforded a reasonable opportunity at the public  hearing to make submissions in respect of the bylaw.  Susan Stratis,  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  Council  called on  Celebration  Days  fauxpas  An official Sechelt representative needs to act as a dignitary at  the next Celebration Days,  lamented event organizer Beverly  Tanchak at Wednesday's council  meeting, it's not enough to have  representatives from other areas  participating.  Tanchak said the Coasl's  MLA Gordon Wilson appeared at  the function as did Peggy Connor,  chair of Ihe SCRD, but no one  was there representing Sechell  despite a formal request that at  least one councillor appear.  "Not one of you answered my  letter," Tanchak said.  In addition, Tanchak said the  municipality owed a debt of grati-  tute to the Lions Club and Indian  band, both of whom worked hard  to make the festivities go smoothly*  Tanchak said the focus of Celebration Days had to change to  ensure the success of the event in  the future. In particular, she said  the date should be changed from  being tied to Canada Day:"  "Sometime in late May or early  June would be better."  Tanchack said a Celebration  Days held in the school year  would mean schools could  become involved and more volunteer help would be available as  not everyone would be on holiday.  "These are things that have to  be thought about before it's too  lale," she said.  ti-rraLij-j-*  ���*"���-�����   ~ r~~--  ,.**,'.~.-;..-JZ ** *      * -���      - ��� .*���   -������"*-���


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