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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X5  Atten: Rod Cardin 94-9  50 cents per copy on newsstands  COASTZNEWS  IH^^IaUea^HelaSl^BR^ra "~���^������""^���~"*���~������^^^"���  on newsstands |1M���iM������^���MM October 25.1993 Vc  October 25,1993 Volume 47 Issue 43  Red tide blooms  in Sechelt Inlet  by Stuart Burnside  Sechelt Inlet may be a nice  place to visit, but don't eat Ihe  mollusks.  The Department of Fisheries  and Oceans (DFO) reported a  red tide bloom in Sechelt Inlet  Thursday and the public is being  warned about eating any shellfish from the area (clams mussels or oysters).  "The warning covers pretty  much all of Sechelt Inlet south  of Egmont," said Rudy Ching,  Shellfish specialist for the DFO,'  " Including Salmon and Narrows  Inlets."  Ching said the red tide bloom  is slight - at the moment, but  only monitoring will determine  if it grows more serious.  "The number we use lo rale  Ihe toxins contained in mollusks  is 80 micrograms per 100  grams," Ching said," right now  we've tested one batch of mussels at 86 micro grams."  Ching said, while red tide is  usually associated with summer  months, a fall or winter bloom is  not unheard of, and they can be  quite serious. "In 1989 there was  a Sechelt Inlet bloom that took  place in December," Ching said,  "It had a toxicity count of 31,000  micro grams per 100 grams...  you would not have wanted to  eat any of those shellfish."  Red tide is a naturally occurring growth or bloom of the  micro-organism known as  Gonyautax excavala, and while  red tide doesn't seem lo have  much of an effect on shellfish, in  people it can cause what is  known as paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) causing paralysis  or even death.  "The amount of the organism  it takes to affect a human varies  from person to person," Ching  said, "but it's besl not to take  chances."  Ching said the symptoms of  poisoning from PSP begin with a  tingling in the face, mouth and  limbs, and could involve total  paralysis. "Death is by asphyxiation," Ching said, "caused by  paralysis of the respiratory system.  Monitoring for red tide in  waters around the Sunshine  Coast is done on a weekly basis.  Leader Publishing  goes out of business  Leader Publications announced the end of its weekly newspaper  the Leader Thursday morning ending nearly three years of operation  on the Sunshine Coast: ' ' �����';,�����-;������  Managing editor for the Leader, Al Price, said Thursday the decision to cease publication was one of economics. "I think everyone  knew there was no room for four papers on the Coast," Price said.  "It was jusl a matter of time before someone went down. Unfortunately, it had to be us...."  Price says Ihe company will be completely dissolved, but he has  no regrets about what he and his team accomplished.  "I think we made a difference," Price said, "I'm proud of whal  we've done and 1 think our competition improved the other papers  in the market."  Workta'  up a  sweat?  Jessie shakes off  after fetching a  stick at Davis  Bay Thursday  and prepares for  the next  toss  from owner  Patty Dressier.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Elphie students brush up against controversy with mural  by Ian Cobb  "Art is meant to disturb - science reassures" is a maxim often used to describe  the sociological division between the left  and right brained.  Though this isn't an example of artistic minds colliding with scientific minds -  it is an example of how art disturbed  someone enough to make them censor it  Two Elphinstone Secondary School  Grade 12 students completed a mural on  a wall inside their school Oct. 20 and the  next day they learned a lesson in how art  can be art to some while others will find  il offensive.  The mural entitled Siamese Dream,  culled from the cover of a Smashing  Pumpkins CD, had a portion in it "that  looked like a girl's crotch," said school  vice-principal Lawrence Stoochnoff and  because some staff members and others  took offence, he asked the artists to  change the piece.  Stoochnoff said the "offensive"  impression that became apparent in the  mural was not noted when reviewing a  mock-up before granting permission to do  the piece on the wall.  Instead of changing the mural as  requested, however, the students wrote  "censored by administration" beneath it  Artist Ryan Mellor, who completed  the piece along with Gary Russell, said  the offensive impression wasn't a crotch  but a point in the painting, showing a mirror image of a woman on a dragon, where  "her two hips joined together in the mirror."  Though Mellor said he acknowledges  the school administration wasn't amused  by the line written beneath the work after  he was asked to alter it, he said he  changed it "a little bit and they still didn't  like it."  "I said, look, this picture can stay, just  make sure this is fixed up in here and it  would be fine," Stoochnoff said, adding it  wasn't fixed up and instead it was  defaced.  Stoochnoff had the whole thing painted over.  turn to page 3  -i  Local dives into boat business, breaths life into deep sea dreams  by Stuart Burnside  How much wood does it take  to build a dream? If you're  George Skea. aboul 12,000 feet.  And that's just for the hull.  Skea, an expatriated Scot  who now makes Hopkins Landing home, is. after years of  dreaming, building in his front  yard what he considers the  world's greatest vacation dive  ship.  When finished it will measure 102 feet long (three feet  longer than Captain Vancouver's war sloop Discovery) and  24 feet wide with room for 16  to 18 divers.  "You've got to have a  dream," says Skea, his accent  broad despite nearly 30 years in  Canada. "This is mine."  Skea says there will be facilities aboard to allow crew and  passengers to stay at sea for  extended periods of time. The  goal, he says, is to build a ship  that can travel to dive locations  beyond the reach of standard  day trips.  "Virgin tetritory," says Skea,  "that's what we're after, virgin  territory."  Skea says he'll build the hull  Hopkins Landing resident George Skea scrutinizes the nine foot scale model of a 102 ft. dive vessel  he   plans to build.  of the boat from one by two  inch strips of fir which will be  nailed and epoxied together. He  got a deal on a load of old  growth fir about three years ago  which he says is ideal for the  project. Unfortunately, most of  the wood is larger than l"x2"  Stuart Burnside photo  and will have to be cut to size...  all 12,000 feet of it. To ease  this process, Skea has a friend  building him a three- bladed  table saw.  "All 1 have to do is plane,  cut, bevel, glue, nail, sand and  paint about two and a quarter  miles of one-by-two says Skea  philosophically, gesturing  toward his old growth fir pile,"  ... Nothing to it."  Skea has toyed with a number of designs for his dream  vessel over the past IS years,  even to the point of building  four full-scale models, but he  says the blueprint for his present design came about through  a collaboration with Finnish  designer Niles Lacandler.  Lacandler's design is exactly what he's been searching for,  and then some.  "The engine manufacturers  who are going to do the engines  for me reckon (Lacandler's  creation) is one of the most  advanced designs in the world,"  Skea says.  "And I didn't know it till I  got my hands on the bloody  thing."  Aspects of the ship's propulsion system remain secret, Skea  says, but when the ship is finished they will mean exceptional smoothness of ride and excel  lent fuel efficiency.  In a downstairs workshop in  Skea's home sits the most  recent - and final - scale model  of Skea's dream. It's nine feet  long and Skea shows it off sans  modesty.  "It's going to be something,"  he says holding the model's  bow in the air.  Underneath, at the stem of  the boat are twin 48-inch pro-  pellors, which will be driven by  twin engines also located near  the stern. "These engines are to  be slung under the hull just like  a 747," says Skea,"... So the  engine noise will be cut right  down."  As for the accommodations  aboard Skea's vessel, the ship  will have individual cabins, a  dining area, a large diving platform, a darkroom and a photo  lab.  Skea says he's building a  portion of ship on the Henry  Ford principle of mass production in that each of the vessel's  eight washrooms will be built  off ship as individual units, then  simply lowered aboard and  hooked into place.  turn to back page Coast News, October 25, 1993  FOR SALE  POTATOES  ��� Kartafler ��� Aardappets ���  ��� Kartoffei ��� Potetes ��� Pommes de terre ���  Jlftjf'- KartofJur . *-.  m  In any language ttey are goocf SPUDS! |  PHONl 885-J575 I  news  Council denies exemption for church  by Ian Cobb  With Gibsons mayor Eric Small excused  due lo conflict of interest reasons, Gibsons  council denied a request by the Anglican  Parish of St. Aidan and St. Bartholomew to  have development cost charges and building  permit fees waived for the expansion of the  church building.  Acting on a recommendation by town  administrator Dan Legg to deny the request,  council unanimously agreed with Legg.  In a letter to council from lhe rector and  wardens of Ihe parish, the town was asked lo  waive Ihe charges and fees because of Ihe  churches' deeply engrained historical ties to  the community, It's input to Ihe community's needs such as the first level of the new  parish building becoming a childcare centre  and because Ihe parish hall, located at North  Road and (lie Sunshine Coast Highway, is a  community cenlre.  The letter also noted the church isn't a  business or a private club.  "To levy development cost charges and  fees against this building is to penalize members of Ihe communily who support the  infrastructure of the community through  their diverse businesses, investments, taxes  and public services; and who moreover, give  generously of their time and financial sup  port to the upkeep and expansion of parish  buildings and programs���because Ihey know  that the Anglican Church continues to make  a positive difference lo life in Gibsons," the  parish letter said.  Legg said in his recommendation to  council that they cannot waive "either development cost charges or building permit fees  as both ate established by bylaw."  He added thai council, if it wishes, could  require the payment of the fees and then  make a grant of an equivalent amount to the  parish or amend the relevant bylaws to grant  an exemption to this church or all similar  organizations."  JAZ.ZABELLE HALLOWEEN SHOW  at Raven's Cry Theatre ��� 8 pm ��� October 29tfi ��� Prizes for tfw btit costumes  Tickets: call 685-4597, Raven's Cry Box Office to reserve  or pick up at Wilson Creek Gallery, Wilson Creek Plaza  Hours: Mon - Sot9:30- 5:00 ��� Son 11:00-4:00  I^$*9*��*  Uniroy-al /Go-edrkh  235/60/SR15  All Season O/W/t  Balancing Extra  95,000 km tread Warranty &  Road Hazard Warranty  79  Am  It _\      m  ^L_-_^_^_W             t_^_w  WALT'S AUTOMOTIVE  mmm HVASJSLSESSNS  And the  winner is...  Dave Stent, operations  manager for the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union's  Sechelt branch, and branch  manager Rick Cooney  (right) hold up the Sechelt  and District Chamber of  Commerce 1993 Business of  Ihe Year award presented  to the credit union last  week.  Joel Johnstone photo  Damp summer saves province money, trees  Social Credit Party  Powell River-Sunshine Coasl Constituency Association  Leadership Vote  NOTICE OF POLL  Saturday, November 6th, 1993  Locations:  Powell River  City Transfer  7095 Duncan St  485-2811  Sechelt - Gibsons  N.R.S. Office        Marine Room  5549 Wharf Steet      (lower rear  885-2235     entrance of Library)  South Fletcher Rd.  Time: All polls will be open from 9:00 a.m. - 6 p.m.  For further information,  call Jane Sorko, President  886-7225   Fax:886-3701  by Ian Cobb  A hot September sun and a  pleasant early portion of October had Sunshine Coast Forest  District fire suppression crews  on the alert at a time when  they're usually beginning to  wind down.  With four of the eight fire  stations in the district registering  high fire warnings and another  registering .an extreme caution,  times were tense.  However, as of Oct. 15, the  Ministry of Forests announced  the official end to the forest fire  season.  Tim Ewarl of the Sunshine  Coast Fire Dislricl said the Are  suppression crews and equipment have been "put to bed for  the year."  Costs of controlling Tires in  the province dropped by one-  third this year, with only $21-  million spent compared to $69-  million in 1992.  "Weather is a controlling factor in the severity of a fire season," said provincial duty officer Ross Wilde, adding the cool,  wet summer experienced  province-wide this year, along  with early detection and  "aggressive fire fighting" helped  reduce the number of blazes and  the area destroyed.  On a yearly average 35,000  hectares (77,000 acres) are taken  in roughly 2,900 wildfires and  this season's output amounted to  only 4,622 hectares damaged in  1,440 fires.  Of this total, the ministry said  57 per cent were caused by people and 43 per cent were lightning-caused.  The SCFD battled 26 blazes  compared to the 38 annual average this year and spent a little  more than $62,000 on fire suppression.  Residents question 'improvement9 plans  Qfyt Corporation of fte  Bijjtritt of g-ctlif It  P.O. Box 129, S54S Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fax (604)885*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Municipal All Candidates  Meeting  The West Sechelt Community Association  is sponsoring an all candidates meeting for  those who are running for the office of  Mayor or Councillor for the District of  Sechelt. The meeting will be moderated by  Gordon Wilson, MLA.  The next three years are of vital  importance to residents of Sechelt and all  electors are urged to take this opportunity  to question the Candidates on issues  important to us all  Date:  Wednesday, October 27,1993  Placa:  Rockwood Annex  Tima:  7:00 p.m.  All residents are urged to listen to the candidates and ask questions on their  priorities so that you may make an  informed choice on November 20th in the  Municipal election.  Upcoming Committee  Meetings  November 9,1993:  Planning Committee 10:30 a.m.  November 16,1993:  Finance Committee 1:30 pm  November 23,1993:  Public Works 9:00 a.m.  November 23,1993:  Parks & Recreation   following Public Works  Garbage Pickup  Sunshine Coast Disposal Services asks  all residents' cooperation in placing their  garbage containers at curbside NO  LATER THAN 8:00 A.M. on pick up  days. This will facilitate much more  efficient service, particularly for residents  in the SELMA PARK/DAVIS BAY area.  Expansion in Sewer  Capacity  Please be advised that the Sechelt  Waste Management Permit allocation  has been expanded. All those who have  been waiting to take out building permits  may now apply.  For further information please contact  John Wright, Chief Building Inspector.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take  place on the 1st and 3rd  Wednesday of each month at the  Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  by Stuart Burnside  Residents of two Sechelt subdivisions are saying Iwo proposed local improvement projects for Iheir areas are anything  but improvements and they are  imploring Council to hold off  making any decisions on the  issue.  "This doesn't benefit anyone,  said resident Gordon Steele.  ��� "We're asking council to re-petition residents, to give them a  chance to vote this down."  The projects in question call  for the paving of portions of  Chapman Road in Wilson Creek  and Havies Road in West  Sechelt.  According to municipal clerk  Michael Vaughan, residents  affected by the work in question  were polled by the municipality  with the number of people  opposed tabulated before any  decisions were made.  The poll shows 3 of 23 affected residents against the Havies  project and 19 of 44 against the  Chapman project.  Steele however, said Wednesday that not as many people  responded to the municipal poll  as wanted to and he asked council to re-petition the area. "This  may be legal," Steele said," but it  isn't right."  According to the terms of the  improvement bylaw, residents  affected by or butting up against  the roads will pay for 90 per cent  of the work, which is estimated  in the neighbourhood of $22,000  for Chapman and $26,000 for  Havies.  The province picks up the  remainder on behalf of the  municipality.  Steele, who is affected by the  Havies project, asked council to  wait until more development  takes place in the area. "There is  going to be more development  up there," he said, "... Make the  developers pay for the paving."  The mailer was tabled to Nov.  23 for further discussion, not  because of Steele's arguments,  but because a councillor wanted  clarification on a point of project  cost  Vaughan said this would stop  the projects for this year because  even if council approves them at  thai meeting it will be too lale to  in the year to pave.  Gibsons Animal Hospital  You are cordially invited to an  OPEN HOUSE  We are celebrating the completion of  our extensive renovations and  upgrading with an Open House  ���Saturday, Oct. 30, 1993���i   1 - 5 p.m.   There will be lots of refreshments, prizes, fun and  more. Please join us in a tour of our new facility.  TVetnmel  Hwy. 101 &  Payne Rd.  Gibsons  ���86-7313  wmmmm  iM  ^m Coast News, October 25, 1993  LOGS-  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Klphinstone artist Ryan Mellor (above) with his painted over mural on his right.  Mellor defaced the painting (left) himself after school administration asked for  "restraint In the imagery." Joel Johnstone and Kyla McDonald photos  Vice principal says issue exaggerated  from page I  He noted Ihe mural had been " defaced"  even further before administration ordered it  covered over wilh grey paint. "(This issue)  has been blown out of proportion a little bit  but decisions have been made," he concluded.  Meanwhile, Mellor, claiming he has the  support of the student body and student  council, said he's been told he can't be trust  ed and if he wishes to do another painting on  Ihe school walls, which isn't an uncommon  practice at the school, he must wait a couple  of months. "I'll try," he replied when asked  if he'll attempt another mural.  Ministry bungles Gibsons Harbour study  by Nancy Moote  It took the ministry of environment more than a year to  crunch Ihe numbers from the  Gibsons Harbour pollution study  - and in the end - they got it  wrong.  A sewer leak under the government wharf was more than  250 limes as polluted as the ministry reported.  Water quality biologist Brant  Moore, who designed the harbour sludy, said the error happened because a technician  accepted computer-generated  averages without checking to see  if Ihe numbers made sense.  As well, the technician mixed  up Ihe data from the two kinds of  bacteria testing used, reporting  entcrncoccus counts as faecal  coliform and vice versa.  The errors means the report  seriously underestimated the  amount of sewage pollution  going into the harbour. However,  last fall's sewer  repairs seem lo have ���������������  stopped the leak.  Low-level industrial pollution is also  a problem in the harbour, as noted in the  ministry report.  Oil contamina-      tion of sediment was  found near Smitty's marine gas  station, the Shell tank farm and  most severely at the end of the  government wharf where the old  Shell oil barge loading facility  was located. As well, oil pollution is suspected al several sites  which  were  not  tested  for  We're not happy  with an error  like that  -llnml Moore  marine gas station.  The oil pollution levels fall in  the "slightly contaminated" range  the report noted.  This means the  ������������������   levels are  high  enough lo harm  ocean planls and  animals, but not  high enough to be  considered a heallh  or environmenlal      hazard.  Any sediment  dredged from the contaminated  sites could not be dumped in the  ocean and would have to be  buried in an approved landfill.  In this case the dredgates  would have been deposited in an  industrial landfill because the  heavy melal materials found in  petroleum, including the Hyak     the dredgate were too high for a  Gibsons passes three per cent  increase in garbage collection  by Ian Cobb  Gibsons residents will face a  three per cenl increase in  garbage collection fees for Ihe  upcoming year.  Sunshine Coasl Disposal Services Ltd., the company contracted by the town to provide  garbage collection and disposal  services for single-family and  duplex residents, asked Ihe town  to adjust their annual rates by  three per cent, applicable to Ocl.  1, 1993.  In a letter to town administrator Dan Legg, SCDS Ltd. operations manager Bruce Wallis stated, "With insurance rates  increasing on average 22 per  cent, property taxes increasing  by over 20 per cent and wage  increases in the last year of five  per cent, we feel that a three per  cent increase is quite reasonable."  After discussing the request  briefly Oct. 19, town council  agreed unanimously to grant the  increase.  It amounts to something  along the lines of three cents  more per residence per week or  $1.56 per year.  '���I    M  PRESENT*  ^)fw Gfrnt^  PUMPKIN  HULLABALOO HAi~LOW��etV    '  SAT.ocrZ5.tZ-ZPM  PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST  ALL AGES ARF. WELCOME TO BRIN& THEIR CARVED PUMPKINS TO  SUNNYCREST MALLo^��� _�����'��������  KIDS1MEET THE GREAT PUMPKIN!  ON SATURDAY <9CT iO FROM |l-**7Wl 'TIL Z.3o PM  FINAL JUDGING-2:Jt?r"SAT, FOLIOWED BY PRI2E&IVING  TO IHE  HIGHWAY" I�� I ��� UPPER. <S IB-So US  standard (recreational/residential)  landfill as outlined in ministry of  environment guidelines.  The toxicity tests planned for  the harbour were also bungled by  the ministry, with six of the 12  samples "misplaced or lost in  transit." The toxicity results from  the remaining six samples were  not reported.  Neither the ministry of environment nor the town of Gibsons  noticed errors in the 1992 study,  which was released this month.  Because of staff shortages and  tight deadlines, Moore said, the  report did not get a thorough  internal review before being  released. "We're not happy with  an error like that going out," he  said, adding that he will review  the report himself and send the  town a corrected version.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community Programming on Coast Cable 11  Gibsons/Sechelt & Cable 10 Pender Harlwur  Tuesday, October 26,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Let's Do Lunch"  7:00pm: Allergy & Nutrition  Dania Maliation talks with Dr. Janice Joncga  8:00pm: Canada From Every Quarter  8:15pm: Fuel Smart Challenge  8:30pm: Challenging Educational Change in S.D. #46  Maureen Clayton is the host.  Wednesday, October 27,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Harvest Food"  7:00pm: Parliamentary Talkback  M.L. A. Gordon Wilson joins host Harold Fletcher in the studio. Taped  Ocl 14th.  8:00pm: Home Support Services  8:30pm: Mental Health  Lola Westell talks with Ted Wright.  Coast Cable 11 Gibsons / Sechelt  Thursday, October 28,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Lean and Luscious"  7:00pm: Mac. Bio. Tree Farm License  "LIVE" Phone-in  Representatives from MacMillan Bloedel discuss thc possible plans for  thc tree farm license in Sechelt.  8:00pm: Forests for The Future  Join Angela Kroning and Robin Archdekin for a tour of the Canfor seed  orchard in Davis Ray.  8:30pm: Waste Management "LIVE" Phone-in  What are the plans for the Sunshine Coasl ? Join host Nancy Moote to  find oul.  9:00pm: Arts Update  SPONSORED BY SOUTH COAST FORD  iiMi Toward finding  a concealed truth  in censorship  On the front page of this edition of the Coast News we  report the subject of censorship in one of our schools,  Elphinstone Secondary to be more specific. Regardless of  any circumstances surrounding the situation at Elphinstone,  the issue of censorship in a secondary institution is invariably an interesting if thorny subject.  On one hand we have the task as a society for instilling in  our young a sense of civil responsibility, a modicum of decorum as it were, an understanding that civilization has parameters. This is often referred to as the golden rule. It is part  and parcel of education and is seemingly as valuable to  North American life as the summation of all other learning.  On the other hand, we in this country take great pains  through our education systems to teach our young that censorship is an evil, an omnipresent menace to democracy that  must be beaten back - with a stick if necessary - to preserve  our way of life.  Those outside the family with the greatest responsibilty in  maintaining this precarious balance between censorship's  pros and cons are the state-appointed guardians of our  "impressionable young," the principals and professors  charged with the burdensome task of deciding how far is too  far when it comes to freedom of expression. Not an enviable  job to be sure, but a necessary one that does, if handled properly, impact with a far greater force than the strap ever could  have.  Students, despite the often sophisticated nature of their  outward appearance, do need guidance. But the guidance  must be from educators they respect. If students are rightly  thought of as young adults interested in new experiences,  tlien it is inevitable they will take tlte occasional poke and  prod authority, be it through "risque" art, or through the  clothes they wear, or through an overall attitude. And the  reactions they get will likely determine the aggressiveness of  subsequent pokes and prods.  But this is natural, as natural as any adult/youth,  teacher/student relationship. It's a necessary part of growing  up. People often refer to high school as if it were some weird  Utopia, a haven somehow separate and isolated from "the  real world." The truth, however, is that school today is as  real as real gets, a potent, puckering microcosm of all the  goodness and grief waiting on the outside. It's the place  where we leam about life and its limits in undiluted fashion,  and, through our contact with principals and teachers, it's the  place where we form our most lasting opinions of authority.  The question here is not really of whether students in  Canadian high schools should be censored - we are all  responsible to some degree for censoring ourselves and usually leam this fact during the "terrible twos." What is important in this issue is how "censorship" is applied.  Censorship as a word is a synonym for authority, censorship as an action walks the tightrope of tyranny. This is as  true in education as it is in government. And as parents who  turn our children over to the state to be educated, we have  the responsibility of making sure those who are administering that education are aware of die tightrope they walk and  how far the fall really is. We must insist our educators have  compassion and ability enough to earn the respect of our  young.  taMl**1**- aS"*1  /  .-OUST A FEW  '    iDOftEWS,���  ICANIETKW  our....  >-.  Raising an eyebrow  over free trade  If we want to gel an idea of our  fate under the North American  Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)  we need look no further than lo  Victoria and the fate of the  heroes of the Clayoquot blockade.  Here we have an American-  based company, one which has  broken laws, damaged our forests  and waterways and flouted public  concern as consistently as has  most of the forest industry, using  our court system to repress those  who are most courageous in  opposition to them.  This is possible because the  people who control these companies and those with economic  power in this province and country are allies. They envision the  world as one huge economic  organism which will inevitably  serve to funnel wealth and power  to those who control it. The rest  of us, already characterized as  "human resources" and "con-'  sumers" by the proponents of this  view will be worker bees in ihis  buzzy little world.  We see the beginnings of this  already as those in government  and the professions struggle to  align themselves with the economic elite with the obscenely  high incomes they appropriate  for themselves. The income disparity between the top of the  working population and the bottom is now on the order of forty  or fifty to one where in far better  times it was four to one. Everywhere we hear that we are  tetters  involved in an economic fight for  survival, yet those who describe  themselves as leaders are sucking  on grapes from manicured fingers. Whatever happened to that  great old model of the general  who shared the troops' privations. These people seem more  attracted to the profligate model  of royalty.  Our governments, already  under the sway of the big money  people who fund election campaigns then recover their investment from public funds in the  form of subsidies, grants and tax  breaks, will be irredeemably dis-  empowered by an integrated,  worldwide system of economics.  Free Trade proponents often  hold Japan up lo us as a model of  economic efficiency, but consider the words of the Japanese  author of a highly popular and  often-utilized book on do-it-yourself suicide who says, "Living in  Ihis world is not such a big deal...  we might as well be broiler  chickens."  Beware the control artists.  They use fear as a lool and, if  necessary, as a weapon as we  saw in the courthouse in Victoria  last week. Fear is the mind killer  and control exercised through  economic pressure corrupts the  human spirit.  The nice thing about Hitler  and Genghis Khan and Atlilla  was that their aims were blatantly  obvious. We are up against a far  more subtle tyranny.  JOHN MARIAN  Sechelt  On the S.PCA  front...  In answer lo Rena While's letter Sept. 13 regarding the Coast  SPCA board members, it is  unfortunate that some people  lake the current management  problems as a slander on all the  good work that has been accomplished in the past. There is no  one lhat will disagree with how  hard all members of the board,  both present and past, have  worked to bring to fruition the  current shelter.  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Directors, volunteers and  members alike share the basic  love of animals and gladly give  of their time and money to support the SPCA activities. These  values and past accomplishments  are not in question nor will they  be forgotten.  The wonderful shelter and  equipment attest to how well  these people have succeeded in  their aims.  However, as time passes and  goals are achieved, so change the  requirements of the supporting  organization. As in all aspects of  life, there is no substitute for  years of iraining and experience  gained on the job.  Wrong decisions, followed by  short-sighted, knee-jerk reactions  endanger the quality of life for  Ihe animals at the shelter.  This shows for the most part,  the relatively newly elected  board members' distinct lack of  training and qualifications to handle these new situations. A society is based on cooperative decision-making and the need to  respect decisions arrived at joint- ���  ly by the members or special  committees must be adhered to at  all times.  In conclusion it is not Ihe past  good record of the current directors that is in question, but their  more recent indiscriminate and  flagrant disregard of issues and  recommendations requiring the  input of more qualified people.  This meeiing is jusl an opportunity to make some management  changes in line with the new current needs of the SI-CA.  DON KERNAN  Madeira Park  The delight of reclaiming a birthright, if only for a day  I have noticed, if I may be forgiven a personal  note, that the bright and unquenchable optimism  which once I took as a birthright has dimmed.  Mine is a somewhat more sombre view of the  world these days. Events personal and greater than  personal over my half century of consciousness  have rendered me somewhat careful about expecting too much from the daily grind.  And yet, and yet, I would hope I am not so jaundiced as to overlook some positive trends when  they do present themselves.  Such a surprising development came to us last  month when Yassar Arafat and Prime Minister  Rabin of Israel came together on the White House  lawn and those seemingly irreconcilable enemies  began to walk together the path of peace.  There was room enough for the cynic's exercise  in the fact that it was on the White House lawn that  these sworn enemies came together. The United  States seems to have played little role in Ihe historic rapprochement. The honest broker role was  played by humble Norway, but who would grudge  the embattled American president his central role  at the ceremonial signing.  And certainly it was fine to see ex-president  Jimmy Carter prominent at the ceremony. In the  only other coming together of Arab and Jew in our  lifetimes it was Carter who did play the tireless  diplomat to bring Menachim Beguin and the now  murdered president of Egypt, Anwar Sadat to that  togetherness at Camp David during the Carter  presidency.  musings  The optimism of which I speak comes in the  sneaking suspicion that there is a copy-cat factor in  great international breakthroughs as we have long  known there is in criminal activity.  No sooner has the astonishing news about Israel  and Palestine been digested than we hear that the  Irish Republican Army has expressed an interest in  some heretofore secret peace negotiations.  Peace in Ireland and peace in Israel in the same  12 months? What can be impossible.  Even Woody Allen, seeking renewed friendship  with Mia Farrow is said to have asked plaintively:  "If Israel and the Palestinians can do it, why can't  we?"  Why not indeed?  What can be next?  Could the Somali warlords announce they have  been consulting with the village elders and, for the  national good, have agreed to lay down their arms  and politely ask the United Nations to withdraw  their troops so that the work of national reconciliation can proceed apace without outside interfer-  john burnside  fence?  Will the Croats and the Serbs meet with their  Muslim brothers and agree to have again a multi-  religious state with freedom and justice for all,  ancient hatreds consigned at last to the trash can of  history?  That is the trouble with old optimists, you see.  They can emerge from cloudy months and years of  defensive cynicism to see rainbows of hope and  joy from horizon to horizon.  Be that as it may, there have been intractable  enemies coming together this last while. It has  been done; it can be done again. Who knows where  or when? Why, Canada may be the next beneficiary of this spreading bonhomie. One can imagine,  with a bit of an effort, a day when French Canadians decide to drop their surly hostility to all and  sundry. A rapprochement is announced by Quebec  separatists with Ontario, Alberta, Montreal  Jamaicans and the Kahnawake Indians.  All of Canada rejoices and peace and brotherhood and sisterhood reigns.  Dr. Ian Paisley and Pope John Paul meet and  issue a joint appeal for general ecumenism and the  end of religious hatreds.  In America Pat Robertson, the leader of the religious right, praises President Clinton fulsomely  and calls for lhe rebirth of charity and tolerance  throughout the Christian movement  Iran renounces its death threat against Salman  Rushdie and turns away from fundamentalism,  calling for brotherhood with Jews and Christians.  In Iraq, Sadam Hussein renounces militarism  and calls on Turkey to meet with him and together  restore Kurdistan to the Kurds.  Woody Allen's question is a good one. If the  ancient and entrenched hatreds of the Palestinians  and the Jews are susceptible to good sense and  good will at last, whose estrangement is immune to  such radical change?  Tomorrow, I will be quite recovered. Immersed  again in my blanket of cynicism, I will look out  with a cold and hopeless eye on the parade of folly  and barbarity which is largely the landscape of  human history.  But for today, let me delight in the ray of optimism brought to mankind by the outbreak of peace  between the Palestinians and the Jews. 'A journey  of a thousand miles,' says a Chinese proverb,  'begins with a single step.'  We have made no great journey down the path  of good will yet, my friends. But it cannot be  denied the handshake of Rabin and Arafat surely  represented a good solid step forward.  COAST^NEWS  teteenftee Mates h,  em Cesat Nmes or dm Waekmamsrt  Canada! I yaw ��� ��35 ��� S2.45 CST - *37.a)5  6 months ��� 120 ��� $1.40 CST - $21 All  formlpi: 1 year ��� $40 (No CST)  Reg. 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Annie MacTavlah,  EIHaMh Simperan  ymu eomm-mtYt AWAKD-WINNINC mmp*m  The Sunshine Coast News is prorecTed by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unlets permission in writing is first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd, holder of the copyright  c_4___  >->...���.>���*.��� *,.j*^-*.  mmm���mmmmmm..***..  ���MM  ���MMi  _m_m_t  i   J.-J   S .*>  i'i   m ���  t-ajMa-Mal Coast News, October 25, 1993  opinion  Illustrating the need to teach English  More and more in the ongoing discussion or debate or argument about schools education,  we are having it put to us that  many of the things we might  perhaps do we can't because of  an increasing pressure in the  schools to deal with people who  can't handle English, even as a  second language. We are being  told that we can't find the  money to set up a workable system of schools to leach English  as a second language, even  though it would have to be a  first priority for a country with  our encouraged immigration.  I do realize that this is not an  easy thing.  I would have to say that I  have not been any good at having a second language myself.  For some odd reason I still  remember the first line of Virgil's Aeneid in Latin from  school days but that's about all.  In Montreal where I spent about  10 years with the film board I  would be asked from time to  time why I didn't make some  effort to learn French and 1  remember saying that I was a  writer and had enough trouble  with my own language. There  was some element of truth in  this, but still there was some element of chicken.  I did teach English as a second language once for a short  time at a night school in the east  end of Toronto, known to us all  simply as Jones Ave. There was  a list of books from which you  could choose one for whatever  in a nutshell  course you were devising. It  included as all these lists  seemed to, Steinbeck's Red  Pony, but to my surprise it had  at the bottom Dylan Thomas'  poetic radio play Under Milk  Wood. I asked about to see if  anyone had used this and  nobody had, so 1 did.  I think it worked out quite  well. The class had Chinese and  Italians and east Europeans,  with a back row mostly Canadians who had initially dropped  out in about grade eight. When  they got over the initial bit of  shock in finding that they were  dealing with a play, and with  poetry and with Welsh, the fact  that everyone could take a part  to read and the fact that most of  the speeches are quite short and  the fact, I think that the vigour  and poetry of it all did get  through to most of them. There  was a read through at the end for  the school's superintendent and  really it was all I could do not to  cry.  I have a book on the table  here by Stephen Vizinczey, who  will not be a household name I  expect. This is his last book, but  his first one will be remembered  stuart nutter  by a number of people - In  Praise of Older Women. The  reason Vizinczey crops up here  was that he wrote In Praise of  Older Women while English  was still very much a second  language with him.  He had been one of the  young people who had led the  abortive revolution in Hungary  and at the end he had escaped,  with George Jones and others  and come to Canada. Stephen  had been through the Budapest  film school, then one of the best  in the world, and got a job right  away writing scripts for the film  board.  The problem, of course, was  that he had as he says, less than  500 words of an English vocabulary. He needed aid from the  staff writers, and Hungarian is  one of the mystery languages of  Europe. But within a year he  had started a magazine in  English in Montreal and two or  three years after that he had  written In Praise of Older  Women and taken it personally  across the country selling it to  booksellers.  Another slight experience in  this field involved a young Chi  nese doctor my friend Helen got  introduced to in Toronto when  he came out with a fellowship to  carry on his cancer research at  the Princess Marguerite Hospital  and the University of Toronto.  He obviously had the problem  that he knew very little English  at all and she offered to teach  him if he came up to the apartment three afternoons a week.  She was very thorough-going  about this and sent off to the  New School for Social Research  in New York for a best phonetic  text.  If I was about I used to retire  to my room during these sessions but I could still hear the  painstaking ooh's and aah's of  the phonetic drill. Then at a  point I would bring a backgammon board out and introduced  him to backgammon, and he  took to this immediately and  there used to be some little discussion between Helen and I as  to whether he was learning more  English from the phonetics or  between the rolls of the die.  Some five months later though  when I offered to type his first  paper for the university it took  us about nine hours as I remember.  These are, of course, just  three small random happenings  but it is clear that learning the  language over a wide range has  to be a top priority in this country and it would certainly be  comforting to hear of there  being more organized programs  going on.  WORLD  SERIOUS  CAR  DEALS  '93 SPECIAL GM  PURCHASE  letters  Fessingup, sort of  I confess. I did it  I was the "aggressive and  apparently angry Gibsons resident" that lost his temper (at a  recent all-candidates forum in  Gibsons). I wish it hadn't been  so, but I admit that I "lost it"  when Al Price, the moderator,  appeared to deny me another  opportunity to ask a question  when I reached the mike for the  third time in a two-hour session. I  arrived at the mike by fair process and it was my "democratic"  right to ask a question, I maintained angrily.  This caused Mr. Price, normally a fair man, to announce  that he was leaving. The Liberal  candidate, Al Huddlestan, perhaps fearful 1 would di.ect my  next hard-hitting question to him,  quickly took the cue and stood to  announce that he would "take  questions in the corner of the  room." Unfortunately that ended  the process.  My first two questions had  been directed at Mark Von  Schellwitz, the Tory candidate,  and I attempted to lay the foundation of my question by reading  into the record how Canada's  major corporations, mostly foreign-owned multinationals - on  earnings of billions of dollars,  had paid no taxes and in many  cases had received tax credits. I  also read into the record, the  amount of money they had donated to the Conservatives.  My second question allowed  me to read into the record how  this country's wealthiest people  had benefitted from the Tory's  Bill C-92. which meant they  didn't have to pay the billions in  taxes which they owed to our  depleted federal treasury, and  taken together, these two huge  arrears would entirely eliminate  our national debt.  I can only presume that Mr.  Huddlestan rose quickly because  I was about the read into the  record how the federal Liberals  have had their hands in the till as  well.  The contributions from big  business are quite staggering in  total. Does anyone doubt that  huge contributions from big business requires no compensatory  actions once a party attains  power? I'll leave it the reader's  imagination.  Not to leave the Reformers  out, they too have been the recipients of a goodly largesse from  Canada's big banks and businesses, for covering all bases seems  to be the name of the game. Only  the fringe parties and the NDP  (who get their money from big  unions) seem to be untainted by  the big business agenda.  So it appears I can be silenced  at the microphone, but fortunately there is still a fairly open  newspaper in this area that isn't  owned by big business (as is the  entire spectrum of Canada's  mainstream print media), and little but little the facts will come  out. As to Mulroney and the  other Tory criminals, stay tuned!  R.S. RODVIK  Gibsons  X-ray helpful but..  An X-ray machine is really a  vety necessary unit in any hospital type of setting. The Sunshine  Coast Rehabilitation Centre is not  classified as a hospital, but it will  enhance our first aid measures  100 per cent.  It will certainly cost a lot to  run the machine and the centre  has found an electrician willing  to hook it up for use.  As of yet we do not have a  developer for it, the protective  lead aprons nor the X-ray film  itself. We are hoping for donations of these items or the money  with which to purchase them.  We're really excited about it.  It will make our work so much  easier and the success rates will  fly. It's another very good reason  to get this log building off the  ground and finished, for them we  can turn what is now the office  into an X-ray room.  It is going to be pretty crowded in here until then and we are  worried about the hydro costs of  running the machine, but having  it will be such a valuable tool and  sometimes the difference  between release or death.  Every Saturday at 10 am there  is a log building party at the  SCWRCS. Please come and help  to make this facility run at its full  potential.  JOANNE DICKESON  Wildlife Rehabilitation  A festival of thanks  The Second Annual Rockwood Centre StoryTelling Festival winds up after a very successful three days of storytelling, performance and workshops.  As we lake down the balloons,  fold chairs and put away the banner for another year, I would like  to take a moment to thank all of  those in the community who  made the Festival a wonderful  place.  The sponsors, donors, audiences, community organizations  and the volunteers who all make  a festival of this size a reality.  Everybody who attended the festival was made to feel welcome  and comfortable by those on site  and in the community.  I would also like to thank the  Rockwood staff and board members whose support and guidance  steered me along, keeping the  nerves in check.  The Festival Tech Staff  (Steve, Kerry and Sandy) were  exceptional. The Festival Admin  Staff made my job so easy -  extra special thanks to Gordon  and Joan. It is very special to be  part of such a caring, energetic  community. Mark the dates for  the Third Annual StoryTelling  Festival, Sept. 30, October 1 and  2,1994.  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Come in  before 2:00 on Saturday,  October 30 to pick up your  pumpkin, enjoy some yr  Halloween trick-or-treats,  and find out if you're a  lucky prize winner.  mm Coast News, October 25, 1993  T  1 CLIP THIS AD '  30  o  OFF  Wide Selection of 100% Cottons  (Great for Quitters!)  1 WEEK ONLY (Mon-Sat, Oct. 25-30)  BRINOWTHISADFORADWTIONAtlWOFF  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt     885-2725  ^  community  Council supports 'fox' hunt scheme  PUBLIC NOTICE  To all customers of Elphie's Cabaret  Tlte Management of Elphie's Cabaret have met  with the Town Council. Stf. Rick Sargent and  Inspector Tom Stevvardson to take action to  resolve the loitering problem otitskle the Caluiret  during hours of operation and at closing time. Tlie  foll(A\ing mle has lieen implemented.  THERE WIU. BE NO LOITERING  OUTSIDE THE CABARET AT ANY TIME.  ANYONE SEEN LOITERING WILL  HAVE THEIR NAME RECORDED BY  MANAGEMENT AND WILL BE  BARRED PERMANENTLY.  Tliis rule will be strictly enforced. We appreciate  your cooperation.  Tlie Management of Elphies Cabaret.  by Ian Cubb  It's possible the sound of the  huntsman's horn and the baying  of fox hounds may soon be heard  in (iibsons and the surrounding  countryside.  During an Ocl. 19 meeting,  Gibsons council discussed a letter they received from the Sunshine Coasl Equestrian Club asking them to "join      us in inviting Ihe  Fraser Valley Hunt  lo Gibsons."  The letter, from  equestrian club  vice-president  Kenan MacKenzie  quickly notes Ihe  hunt involves no  fox. "To avoid any  misconceptions, it would be prudent lo clarify lhat the Fraser  Valley Hunt is a drag hunt. Tlte  hounds will chase an artificial  scent that is laid by a rider."  Mayor Eric Small said the  hunt represented possible economic benefits for the Town but  noted that certain members of the  community may not approve. "I  personally have no problem with  il," he added.  The hunt, MacKenzie  explained in his letter, would  start at the Cedars Inn on the  Sunshine Coast Highway, where  a formal address and toast would  be held, followed by the release  of the hounds and the ride to the  hunting area.  The hounds will  chase an artificial  scent that is laid  by a rider  ���Kenan MacKeruie  ADVERTISING  DOESNT COST..  IT PAYS  For the finest in area dining  Featured Restaurant of the Week  cTTlqnwau 101 glbioni  886-3388  Lunch and dinner social every day. Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House specialties  include veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, pizza and Thai food. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, (W6-3388. Open Sunday and Monday 11 am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  FAMILY DINING  Hiid-A-Wiy Rtttaurant - Bring the  whole family find join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons 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 & 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. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501. 50 seats plus banquet room.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Mondays (V Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kitchen  hours: Noon ��� 8:00 pm.  Irvinm Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm: Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard 4  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's RMtaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta. Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sundav brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. C^aen  7 days a week  Blui Hiron Inn ��� Localed on Ihe  walerlronl. enjoy the view of Easl  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight wilh a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.    .  Chu Philippe Reitaunnt al Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in Ihe quiel country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188 Open from 5:30/5 days a  week. Closed Tues. tVWed.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Effective Oct. 1, closed Tuesdays.  Open Wed-Mon for dinner and  Thurs-Mon for lunch. Lunch  hours: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 ��� 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  NMdt Fmlly tlMtaurml Located at  Seaview Place, Highway 101. Featuring relaxed fine evening dining  with special emphasis on fresh  seafoods, innovative local cuisine  and dally specials. Casual atmosphere, licensed and air-conditioned. Hours: lunch, 11-4:30,  Mon-Sun: dinner Sun-Wed, 5-9;  Thurs-Sat, 5-10.866-2993.  Pabbl-rt - On Th* Bauch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by jr. sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-230 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit > Oaa-ff't Drht In - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge lor orders under $10.  Hwy. 101. Gibsons. 886-7813.  MacKenzie, who also made  an appearance al Ihe Ocl. 19  meeiing. assured council lhe  hunter*, cany M-milllon in liability insurance and that no cruelty  lo animals occurs in Ihe hunt.  The hounds, according lo  MacKenzie, will follow Ihe  dragged scent lo "Ihe kill,"  �� here Ihey would have chunks of       beef tripe thrown  down as a treat. He  noted that, while  the course will for  the most part follow the powerline,  some traffic control would be  required after the       hounds are  released.  MacKenzie said the hunters  want lo know they're welcome in  Ihe community before planning  Ihe hunt any further and thai he  loo would appreciate getting  council's support before he can-  vased residents who live along  ihe powerline for their support of  the event.  After hearing Mackenzie and  discussing the idea, councillor Ed  Steeves moved that council send  a letter of support to the equestrian club and welcome the Fraser  Valley Hunt - which would be  open lo Ihe public to watch.  Council unanimously agreed  with Steeves. It is uncertain at  ihis point when and if the hunt  will actually proceed.  Kenan MacKenzie of Ihe Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club leads  thc pack in a mock fox hunt held last March. file photo  Fish - forest report expected soon  by Jane Seyd  A report which documents Ihe  effects of streamside logging  practices on the Sunshine Coast is  expected lo be out by the end of  Ihe month.  Mike Brownlee, with Ihe integrated resources departmenl of  the Ministry of Forests in Victoria, said the report should be in to  the ministry by Oct. 31.  A public release of the report  is expected soon after, along wilh  a summary comparing results in  forest districts several areas  including the Sunshine Coast,  Squamish, North Coasl, Queen  Charlottes and Vancouver Island.  This summer, final fieldwork  on the Sunshine Coast was com  pleted for the ministry by Derek  Tripp of Tripp Biological Consultants.  Tripp was examining cut-  blocks for compliance with  guidelines established in 1988 to  protect Fish-bearing streams near  logging operations.  In 1992, logging companies  failed an audit of 21 eutblocks  examined by Tripp on Vancouver  Island.  In Ihe Sunshine Coast and  Squamish forest districts, a total  of 28 eutblocks logged by a variety of companies were looked at.  Earlier this fall Tripp said  practices on the Sunshine Coast  looked at first glance to be "about  average" compared to other areas,  though somewhat belter than  those he saw on Vancouver  Island.  In the areas he visited, Tripp  looked at elements like cross-  stream yarding, debris and sediments in streams, diversion of  water courses, drainage and erosion control on roads and leave  strips among other criteria.  If damage is found, companies  are required to rehabilitate the  streams where po&sible.  Last week, Brownlee said it  would be "premature" lo comment on the results of the audit  before Ihe report is released.  But he said people have certainly expressed interest in finding out that information.  Locals plan sit-in protest over Clayoquot  Around about the time B.C. Attorney-general  Colin Gabelmann is making another landmark decision���fettucini alfredo or balogna sandwiches - two  women from Gibsons, a dog and a few friends will  be setting up shop on the sidewalk outside his 815  Hornby St. office in Vancouver.  In an effort to protest the Clayoquot Sound sentencing decisions handed down to protesters anested  at lhe sound earlier this year, several being Sunshine  Coast residents, and "to support a need for change in  government policies that more justly reflect the  wishes of the public," as the poster they've placed  around town and in Vancouver declares, the "high  noon" sit-in has been sel lo begin Ocl. 25.  "It arose out of a friend of ours going to trial and  possibly getting a jail term," said Teoni Spathelfer,  who's organizing the sit-in along with Nanci  Gaudry, both of Gibsons.  Both women admit they can't stay in Vancouver  lo continue with the sit-in should it go beyond a couple of days, due to other commitments, bul they hope  a seed will be planted.  laJOM THE Pah-sty!  HALLOWE'EN  GALA I  FORiw  rGR0WN-UPS f  ATTHE     l|;  cedArs  PUB  rM  AWOPRQ  One .stop  does it all!  Service vo.u�� lo g-tt  )��U) CO! >n f-htlpa*  Lub* A Oil  Chang*  Tires  for mo*! ��� vwnKi-M  jj  k\  n  K  Front-end  Alignment  Saturday, October 30th  COSTUME CONTEST  with judging at 11 p.m.  PRIZES?  OF COURSE!  Entertainment by  Gordie van  Enjoy spookTacular  drink specials!  For a good time with the right crowd,  COME ON mi  Shock  Installation  Brake Chock  Muffler  Specialist  Rowland  Brake & Muffler  Wharf St., Sechelt  885*7600  EXTRA! EXTRA!  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Tha Cent Nawi  m Sax-ratal  ��a* '..a'*,.--',a'*.a*-WV**-��-*.*''.-r :  . i. mt  .   . .  M_m Coast News, October 25, 1993  aeorge In gibsons  community  by George Cooper  Look what turned up. The  form letter's opening said. Surprised? Surprised, we certainly  were.  Our lost ring of keys had jusl  arrived by mail from Ihe Tuberculosis and Chest Disabled Veterans' Association, all because  of the little lag wilh their  address attached to the ring.  These were keys we had  inquired about for nearly a  month and had turned closets  and handbags out in our anxious  search for them.  Thank you to the unknown  thoughtful person who took the  trouble to drop them in the outgoing mailbox for Ihe post  office to deliver to Ihe Vets  Association.  The letter from the TB Vets  said lhat near to 140,000 keys  have been returned to owners in  the long years since 1946 that  they have provided this service.  If your keys are lagless, call 1-  800-665-77% for information.  Schools  Author Sigmund Brouwer  will spend tomorrow in Gibsons  elementary. He will speak to  pupils about his books and how  they can become better readers  and writers.  Parents can come to meet  him between 12:45 and 1:15,  perhaps to obtain autographed  copies of his Dr. Drabble series  or of his Accidental Detectives  and Windsof Light series.  Play ball  Between those tense  moments when for instance, the  score gets tied in the bottom of  the ninth, TV's baseball gives  us hours of watching the humdrum exchange of players from  field to dugout and full screen  views of the expressionless  pitchers.  Really not very exciting is it?  We who are fans so often await  some dramatic turn thai never  comes.  We are ever expectant. And  the players are ever expectorating, the only activity the camera  can find to zero in on.  Expectorating (the vernacular term is spitting) in my childhood was not Ihe 'nice thing to  do' which of course made it  popular among us little boys.  Little girls didn't participate  in this activity nor did they  REAL  ESTATE  NEWS  By Jon  McRae  LENDER'S  APPRAISAL  Many sellers think that the price  of their home is determined  solely hy what they are willing  to accept and whal the buyer is  willing to pay. There is one  more variable however, that can  complicate the sale of a home -  the lender's appraisal.  To protect die interest of their  investots, mortgage lenders hire  an appraiser lo give an  independent objective  evaluation of whal the property  is worth. And if the appraised  value is lower than lhe selling  price, which is often tlie case,  llie seller will be glad lhal they  have enlisted the services of a  professional Realtor. Tlie Realtor  can provide the appraiser wilh  infomutkm which supports die  seller's asking price by  supplying the sale prices of  other homes in the  neighlxwthood which have sold  recently. Such an appeal to the  appraiser sometimes wotks, but  if it doesn't, some delicate  negotiatioas will need to follow.  Both the seller and the buyer  may have to make some  concessions in order for the  transaction to work Tlie bank  may ask the buyers to increase  their down payment, or they  may ask lhe sellers for a  reduction in price.  If there is a move in your future,  call Jon McRae of NRS  Gibsons Realty at 886-2277  (office) or 886-3999 (home).  seem lo wish to, at least not in  those limes.  Where present day ball players seem limited in Iheir frequent spitting to a simple 'pfft'  through pursed lips which  scarcely slows their cud chewing, little boys of my time had a  number of spitting skills they  proudly displayed any time they  gathered.  For the ones wilh gaps in  their front teeth, a mouthful of  waler from the hall fountain  gave them ammunition at recess  time to spray the unwary smaller kids.  And Ihere were Ihe distance  contests like hoisting one clear  across the street. That's when  Ihe kids with the cold had lhe  advantage.  Hats off in a great hurrah for  the baseball players - their  extended remunerative childhood brings us oldsters such  smiling reminiscences.  (iibsons Yacht Club had a 'Great English Pub Night' on Oct. 16 with Len Headde entertaining and  singing, along with a very talented ensemble. Donna Gatland and Arline Collins sang with Steve  White and Connie Wilson on piano and Ken Collins performed some magic. pholo submitted  Got a  news story?  Call the  COAST  In Sechelt  885-3930  In Gibsons  886-2622  CANADA'S FIRST CHOICE  PUTS SAFETY FIRST  IN 1994.  MORE REAS0NST0 GO WITH THE LEADER!  M TIAI Standard driver &  passenger air bags  NEWaSldbMms#NEW  interior & exterior  Owner t choke \  pfoleitioii pkm  1994 DODGE CARAVAN/PLYMOUTH VOYAGER   24T PKG.  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Rebate includes GST. limited lime oiler Deoler order may bo necessary See deoler lor details.  CHRYSLER  ^ SKOOKUM  TO CHRYSLER  886-3433  Pender Harbour  Call Collect  1028 Highway 101, Gibsons, B.C. DEALER 8084 8 Coast News, October 25,  1993  Cooney-McClue Wedding  $ prttty wtiidituf tookiptactSept. 11 at 'H'Uiowdalt United  Church in 'Ihornhiit. Ontario when Qitn iftoryt Cttonty, tldtst  ton of iMannn & loan Cooney of ijibsons, and 1anfut(int iMarit  Louise MiCtut. daughter of 'Patruk_and 'Pe^y iMcCtm of  County 'Vown, Inland, united in marriagt. 'Tht couple honty  mooned in tht Caribbean and art residing in 'Toronto.  community  roberts creek  Hoe. Tim Hl-Ft  0145  0730  1415  2105  11.2  75  14.2  7.2  Fri  Tlma) Ht-n.  0520  1045  1605  2300  13.7  95  13.5  3.9  Tuaa. Tamaa Ht-Fl.  0255 11 8  0830 8 1  1450 140  2135 6.3  Sal  Tamaa Hl-Ft  0605  1125  1630  2330  14 1  99  13.3  3.4  Waad   Tlmaa Ml Fl  0350  rwo  1515  2205  125  86  138  54  Sun   Tlraaaa Ht.-Ft  0640      14.3  1205     10 2  1655     13 2  by Katharine Trueman, 885-22,112  Have you noticed lhal the Roberts Cteek  post office and library complex looks a little  brighter these days? Well, it is thanks lo Ihe  efforts of a small but dedicated group of volunteers, who have painted part of Ihe nut-  side. Well done.  RCCA  The Roberts Creek Community Association look forward lo yom attendance at ils  next meeiing at 7:30 pm Ihis Wednesday,  Oct. 27 at the hall. Special guests will be  Brett McGillivray and Paul Tombu. SCRD  candidates for Area D for the local elections  in November. The meeiing will include an  open forum lo allow you to ask questions of  the candidates.  Youth forum  Attention all youth in the Creek area. If  you are interested in utilizing the creek hall  with a Friday night program on a regular  basis, then please attend Ihe youlh forum lo  be held Monday, Nov. I al 7 pm in the hall.  Adulls interested in guiding the youth are  also encouraged lo attend.  Rainbow preschool  This popular Camp Douglas based  preschool is pleased lo announce that they  still have openings for Ihree and four year  olds. If you would like more information call  Jan at 885-3707.  Thank you  The Roberts Creek Scout Group wishes to  thank Ihe citizens of Roberts Creek and  members of the Roberts Creek legion for the  fantastic support on apple day. We did very  well.  If you have a cub uniform that you are no  longer using, we would appreciate your  donation or we will sell it for you. Please  conlacl Mike Talbot at 885-1937.  Library news  There are no ghoulies or ghosties in the  library, although there may be some long-  leggity beasties in the darker corners. What  we do have is an interesting collection of  books from the outer edge. You can tickle  your Hallowe'en fancy with fiction by the  likes of Dean Koonlz or Stephen King, or go  to Aliens Among Us by Rulh Montgomery,  Witchcraft by Eric Maple, or Mystic Places,  one of Ihe Time/l.ife series Mysteries of the  Unknown. You will find all of these and others to haunl you in the 133 section near the  back door.  There are some shivery fiction for the  juniors loo and we can help you dress Ihose  junior goblins in style - look for the No Sew  Costume Book by Breslan and MacFarlane.  Happy Hallowe'en  Hospital auxiliary  The Roberts Creek branch of St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary is holding its annual  Christmas Bazaar on Nov. 6 from 11 am to  1:30 pm al lhe Roberls Creek hall. Look  over Iheir wide selection of craft and gift  ilems, lake a chance on Ihe raffle and enjoy a  delicious luncheon.  This branch is one of six on Ihe Coast lhal  assists in Ihe hospital gift shop al Totem  Lodge, blood donor clinics and Ihe Si.  Mary's Thrift Store. New members are  always welcome, no special talents are  required. Join us al our next meeting on  Monday, Nov. 8 al the legion at 10:30 am.  Thaar*.  Tamaa Ht-Fl  0440  1005  1540  2235  13 1  9 I  136  4.6  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tim*  .....   '.-.........  y.   .  wk  For Shooaaiamcha* N  I hr 40 man **u�� 5 -ran tor aac-ch ll  ol nsat earad 7 mn. tor aaaeh H. cat M  Tide Tables Sponsored by  Pender Harbour's Only  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  if il doesn't say  guaranteed waterproof,  it isn't   ^!tn^  ��� SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS ������386-2624 ���  .Annual  Home  Support  banquet  Sunshine Coast  Home Support  Society  workers and  volunteers held  their annual  banquet at St.  John's United  Church in  Davis Bay  Thursday  evening.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  ***>)W "***��� t��  ��%    -��i*>  k **    M                 ***��� ef���  ��� m?^_m                       '-1M ������ $  K                     ������                             ' *sr~m          .  ��� ���\^_Wf      .-reefe.   '          *-feiAife_                          -tat  ��� #M  BB  ^LaaaTktF         fl  w**.  ^^B  '  ^  ' Zf  ^*-***  *****-Bad-***-*ra--|  ,*<**flr^  N ���  *   '   ')  "-1  w      *:.  J  dents bty news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Witches and warlocks, ghosts:  and goblins, all are a part of our  traditional Hallowe'en: but this  year, perhaps a different slant on  the myths and legends we are  accustomed to. A story of the  half-man, half-beast that the Indians called Saskehavas, the giant  hairy wildman that stood six to  eight feet high and weighed 600  to 900 pounds.  He resembled an ape, with  low brow and sloping forehead  and walked upright like a man,  taking six to eight foot strides.  He was said to communicate  with a pitched whistling scream  and was vety shy of human contact  We have come to know this  species as Sasqualch and while  there have been numerous report  ed sightings of Ihis creature, only  a few remain authenticated. In  1846, an officer of the Hudson's  Bay Company, Alexander  Andersen established a post near  Harrison Lake - his job was to  establish the most practical route  for fur traders between the  coastal potts, up the Fraser River  and into the Interior.  His reports frequently mentioned 'wild giants' who regularly hurled rocks at them as they  worked.  In the July 4th, 1884 edition  of The Daily British Colonist,  published in Victoria, BC, the  public was treated to the first  detailed account of a Sasquatch  captured. It began when an engineer on the train that ran from  Lytton lo Yale saw what he  thought was a man sleeping close  to the tracks. He quickly blew  the whistle, applied the brakes  and brought the train to a standstill. Suddenly the 'man' sprang  up, uttered an unusual sound and  climbed a steep bluff. Conductor  R.J. Craig and Express Messenger Costerton (who was a relative living in Davis Bay) immediately gave chase.  Once they had their quarry  cornered on a rock shelf, they  dropped a small rock on the creature and dazed him long enough  to enable them to rope and bind  him.  They were now able lo scrutinize him at close quarters and  saw thai he was something like a  gorilla, standing about four feet,  seven inches tall ad weighing  127 pounds. He had long, black  strong hair and while he resem  bled a human, his body was covered with glossy hair with fore-  anus much longer than a man's  and possessed extraordinary  strength. It was then that Ihe  name 'Jacko' was given lo the  creature.  After his capture, he was very  reticent, uttering an occasional  sound which was half-bark, half-  growl. Jacko was kept in a cage  in Yale, a curiosity to stare at by  all those who passed through, but  soon ihe novelty wore off and it  is thought that he was released  and allowed to return to whence  he came.  Happy Hallowe'en, watch for  Ihe kids on the dark streets and  don't forget to put your clocks  back one hour.  Above all, don't forget to  vote.  APPLI  SecUeti  ICE & Mi:  Lmi  1TTRESS  mi  ' Ca$A i. Carry Sato  BEDS  Mattress & Box Springs  While Supplies Last!  If TUT UTTtTIMM ll  AFFORDABLE PRICES  TOP QUALITY BEDS  FULLY WARRANTEED BEDS  "Come in and test drive your bed today!"  See David  for Quality,  Service & Reliability  #102-5688 Cowrie St. Sechelt  885-5417 ��� FAX 885-5418  -Helpful hints for keeping  Hallowe'en a safe, fun evening  While witches, ghosts and goblins come out to  haunt us on Hallowe'en, parents must be on the  alert for some of the more serious dangers that can  potentially cause our children harm.  When we venture out for trick or treating on  Oct. 31, remember that Hallowe'en is an important  time for both kids and parents to turn up their  radar.  Here are some important safety lips from Slay  Alert - Stay Safe, the national street-proofing organization founded in 1987 and funded through the  generosity of the Canadian Tire Child Protection  Foundalion. Parents should discuss these tips wilh  their kids to help ensure a safe and happy adventure on Hallowe'en nighl.  ��� Encourage your children to wear makeup,  instead of a mask so they can see properly. And a  short costume will be easier to walk in.  ��� Make sure that your children go trick or treating wilh family or friends. Make sure you know  their route.  ��� Check the treats they collect before they are  eaten.  ��� Ask them to walk, not run. And to look all  ways before crossing the street - trick or treat on  one side of Ihe street, then Ihe olher side.  ��� Tell your children to go only lo homes with  their lights on.  ��� Tell Ihem never to go anywhere with a  stranger.  ��� If someone asks Ihem to go into a house alone,  lell your children lo say -no lhanks.'  ��� Give your children a flashlight lo help light  their way.  ��� Know Ihe block parents homes in your area  and make sure they do too.  BACK BY POPULAR BEMANB!  When you order 500 Business Cards at our everyday low price, we will print an additional  500 BUSINESS CARDS  \ OFFER EXPIRES  FRIDAY NOV. 12tfi/93   _^_me_^a_m  Evergreen  ��� printers  COWRIE ST   ot INLET. SECHEIT    885-7273  _t_J-V---4���4m*���- *���%���*���*���*���*���%���*������*���%   ���  -J.  <*.-��- I  ���  ���*��<-fc��--*��  '- nlk-H-L^mAl'mMt ,t!a-. Coast News, October 25,  1993  community  Something  fishy in  Sechelt?  The fire of a  Sechelt band  member cooks  early chum  catch. Within  Ihe next week  band fishers will  gu alter this  year's late chum  salmon run.  Joel Johnstone  photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna I.ueder, 885-7365  Today is not Ihe only day on which Sechelt  residents will be casting ballots. A new  mayor, council and school board will soon be  elected. To learn more about the candidates  for these positions plan to attend the all candidates meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 7 pm  at Rockwood Centre. MLA Gordon Wilson  will act as moderator.  Caregivers  On Tuesday, Oct. 26 Ihe Caregivers Association of BC is holding a meeting from 1:30  lo 4:30 pm al the Seniors Centre in Sechelt.  All caregivers and interested persons are welcome to attend. The association wants to hear  about your regional concerns and suggestions  for improved community support services.  If you need some exercise on a Saturday  morning, drop over to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre on Trout Lake Road about 10 am.  The log building continues and volunteers are  needed and welcome.  golden lifelines  The St. Hilda's Anglican Church woman  are holding a fall bake sale at Trail Bay Mall  on Thursday, Nov. 4 at 9:30 am. If you want  some delicious home baking slip over early as  the goods sell quickly. Proceeds from this and  other events go toward supporting ongoing  church programs as well as a number of Outreach services. I think we all like to know  where our money goes and this womens club  contributes widely. They regularly donate to  the Leprosy Fund, to Operation Eyesight Universal, to the Elves Club, to the Sechelt Food  Bank and Breakaway. As well the women  sponsor two boys in the third world through  Save the Children Fund, provide a bursary to  the Vancouver School of Theology and help  to support the struggling congregation of St.  Luke in Old Crow, Yukon.  Slide show  There will be a two in one slide show at St.  Hilda's Church hall on Nov. 6 al 7 pm.  Admission is by donation with proceeds  going toward the Calcutta Urban Service. The  first presentation is 'Introduction to India'  with John Rawling. The second presentation  is 'From Winnipeg to Churchill' with Bea  Rankin. Refreshments at the intermission.  Save children  Save the Children Fund of BC now has its  beautiful Christmas cards available for sale.  There are cards by several Canadian artists  including Robert Bateman and of special  note, Sechelt artists Diana Durrand. The cards  are on sale al Bobbi's Shoes in Sechelt and  Sayward Books in Gibsons. Funds raised go  toward the education of children and  improvement projects in their communities in  the third world.  If you want to participate in the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council's Christmas Craft Fair to  be held on Dec. 4, register at the arts centre or  call 885-5412 for information.  Watch out for all the ghosts, goblins when  driving on ihis Hallowe'en.  by Joyce Ostry  The social gathering for  October is a spaghetti dinner on  Ocl. 28 at 6 pm. Yo I can gel  tickets at the door.  Gearing for fall  Autumn activities are in gear  and if you have become interested and are not yet engaged in  any group, the following list  may help.  Aggravation meet second  and fourth Tuesday at 1:30 pm  and contact person is Larry  Grafton al 885-2759.  Crib and Whist meets first  and third Tuesday at 1:30 pm  and contact persons are Beryl  butler at 885-3793 or Larry  Graflon. Carpet Bowling meets  every Monday at 1:30 pm and  contact persons are Mel Nee-  lands 885-2490, Tom Billing al  885-4441 or Robbie Robson at  885-7917.  Crafts  Crafts meets every Thursday  at 9:30 am and conlacl persons  are Virginia Ekdahl al 885-3548  or Edith Knight al 885-2996.  Exercises (body moves)  meets every Monday and Thursday al 10 am and contact persons are Audrey Merrill at 885-  7813, Eva Wall al 885-4501,  Gwynneth Houghton al 885-  5911. Exercises (Chi Gong)  meets Wednesday at 10 am and  conlact persons are Cathy Hall  at 885-2634 or Betty Jeffries at  885-3762.  Five-pin Bowling meets at  Gibsons Lanes Friday at 10:30  am and I pm. Contact Bill or  Beryl Butler at 885-3793. Oil  Painting meets Wednesday at 1  pm. Contact persons are Martha  Griffith at 885-9997 or Tillie  White at 885-2720.  Social Bingo meets second  ad fourth Thursday and contact  persons are May Widman at  885-5200 or Ruby Breadner al  885-3830.  Bridge  Social Bridge meets every  Saturday at 1 pm and contact  persons are Gwenda Thain at  885-3417 or Ed Darcy at 885-  3371.  Square Dancing Club level  meets at 7:30 pm an contact  persons are Carmen Grassie at  883-9254 or Marshall Griffiths  at 885-9500.  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ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  #7-5522 Whart St., Sechelt  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain 885*4572  COLD  ft WINE STORE  885-9240    3   4$   U  Hours: Mon. - Sun. 9 a.m.-l 1 p.m.  Op*��n Election Day  Oct. 25  Regular Hours 9 a.m. -11 p.m.  Please Dont Drink & Drive  PUB    885-4148    2   C9  open evety day til midnight (Sundays, too)  Open Station Day Oct. 25  Regular Hours  WWKM_mmm^  TEREDO STREET, SECHELT  SUPERSHAPE      885 2818  Cdn you  bdieve  this got  is now  "40'  'Happy  birthday"  Joyce Lasuta  from a secret  admirer  (p.s, whet's for  iimtr tonight)  NOTICE  ,0N  i  Ghosts, Ghouls,  Vampires & Witches  vOj |NO COVERI  Jolly Roger Inn  presents  Ed Powell  Oct 29th and 30th  Special 3 course HaUowc-an Menu Oct 30th  Come for dinner, stay for Costume Party (9:00 pm)  Special prizes, tricks ft treats  o  Dinner Reservations ��� 685-7184  Book Now for  Christmas Party  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  A reminder to parents of Halfmoon Bay  school pupils that there is a PAC meeting  tonight, Monday, Ocl. 25 from 7 to 8 pm.  Former principal Roger Douglas will be on  hand to speak on conflict resolutions and all  parents are urged to attend.  On Saturday, Nov. 6 there will be a Fall  Bam Dance at the school which promises to  be lots of fun. Dinner is from 6 to 7 pm and  there will be some square dancing as well as  some instruction on line dancing.  Lots of games, prizes, raffles and good  news for Ihose with little ones - free babysitting will be available.  Tickets are $10 per couple or $20 for Ihe  harbour gybe  family and can be picked up at Fawn Road  Market, B&J Store,.Talewind Books or at  the school.  Flea market  It's not too early to remind you lhat the  Welcome Beach Community's Fall Oianl  Flea Market is on Nov. 14.  This should give enough time lo gather  your treasures, get some baked; goods ready  ad while you are doing your fall garden  cleanup, put some cuttings into pots and  bring them along for the plant sale. All donations are welcome for this annual fundraising  event.  Reports have it that the Oktoberfest dinner dance was a great success with a good  number of people laking part in the fun. Last  Wednesday saw a well attended luncheon at  the hall. It is nice to see some new faces at  these events and it gives encouragement to  the hard working committees who are  responsible for the success of their endeavours.  Bridge is continuing on the first and third  Fridays of the monlh at 1 pm and newcomers  are always welcome. Shuffleboard is gong  great guns on Tuesdays and Wednesday.  The many long time friends of Mary  Shannon will be sorry lo learn that Mary is  presently a patient in St. Mary's Hospital.  She has her up days and her down days, but  knows lhal we are all thinking about her.  by Marie Bbson-Muntpetit,  883-2142  Federal elections are today  from 9 am to 8 pm at Ihe  Madeira Park community hall  for all of Pender Harbour. Anyone who is not registered to vole  can do so on election day at the  poling station provided they  have ID with their signature and  street address or have a local  registered voter vouch for them.  Jane Reid and Steve Garrett will  be running for Area A Director  on Nov. 20.  PH secondary  The seniors girls volleyball  leam was off to Burnaby for a  tournament and the junior girls  volleyball team went over to  Campbell River for some competition.  Madeira Park elementary  Sage Wright would like to  thank Lyn Vanderpol and  Mamie Anderson for donating  fridges for the milk program.  Also a big thank you goes out to  Stephanie Warner, Steven  Sladey and Lynette Brainerd for  being such exceptional helpers  with this program which would  egmont  Planning to get out alive  Cayla Orr and Holly Jacks enjoy lunch with  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Department  chief Bill Hunsche (right) and training officer  Darren Reid. The two were honourary fire  chiefs for a day and winners of the Plan To Get  Out Alive program. Roxanne Gregory photo  not be possible w ..out Rob of  IGA letting us use his cooler  space as well.  GRIPS  GRIPS will be having a fall  fair at the recycling centre on  Saturday, Oct. 30 from 10 am to  4 pm. There will be crafts, baking, flea market, as well as a ski,  skate, toy, clothes, and electron  ic equipment swap. Call Val at  883-29248 to book your table.  All donations towards the recycling centre would be appreciated.  by Maureen Parrot', 883-9189  Gary Beazley and Del Plyley  ran into some trouble on the  way home from Scanmar Thursday. ���'  Coming through Sechelt, a  van rear-ended a car, pushing it  into the lane ahead of them.  Ouch! Fortunately, both men are  belter now, which is more than  we can say for Del's car.  Del will be stiff and sore for  a few weeks, Gaiy got off more  lightly. Without their seatbelts  "We probably would have gone  right out through the window,"  said Del.  Michelle Beardmore is back  from the city, visiting her molher Gaye. Hi, Michelle.  The parly on October 16 was  'excellent', according to Lynn  Mees.  Over 120 people came from  as far as Roberls Creek. The  nine-piece band, People Playing  Music played reggae-Sanlana,  jazzy - hard lo describe. The hall  was shaking, the floor bouncing  up and down. Greg ;llowitt did  a great job of organizing everything. Profits went to help Iris  Sayers, still disabled but recovering from last spring's aulo  accident.  The Egmont Community  Club held a Hallowe'en dance  last Saturday, too. Lots of fun to  be had in Egmont this season.  Salmon Enhancement time is  upon us again. If you wanl lo  volunteer, call Billy at 883-2434  or RudiDudasat 883-2710.  Got your costume for Hallowe'en?  Try the Thrift Store on  Wednesday. Good people are  already lining up bonfire fuel,  fireworks and goodies for the  traditional children's and adults,  party starting aboul 6 pm at the  hall.  Band seeks to protect Pender Harbour's Sakinaw Lake  by Roxanne Gregory  Thursday's SCRD development services and planning committees have presented SCRD  directors with some difficulties.  On October 21, the Sechelt  Indian Band Government sent a  Tetter to the SCRD advising them  that the band opposes the  issuances of all development  variance permits on Sakinaw  Lake and all other salmonid  bearing waters.  The letter signed by Chief  Garry Feschuk and councillors  Trent Dixon, Calvin Craigan and  Wesley Jefferies, states that the  band is "now opposing all proposed building setbacks at Sakinaw Lake and all salmonid bearing lakes, streams, rivers and  oceans - it is the Band's objec  tive to preserve and protect the  salmonid resources in our traditional territory..."  Area A's representative Jane  Reid who chairs lhe SCRD  development services committee,  commented on the letter "Every  effort will be made to accommodate their request. As a courtesy,  we send copies of applications to  the Band for Iheir input. "We do  not issue development variance  permits unless they are absolutely necessary. The planning  department conducts onsite  inspections of areas requesting a  permit and I do some onsite  inspections myself. But a blanket  refusal for all requests is impossible for us to deal with."  The SCRD planning committee approved applications for  variance Irom setbacks on Sakinaw Lake for two residences.  Sechelt Band council members were in Victoria Friday and  were unavailable for comment.  Sechelt Inlet hydro project questioned  In a presentation to the Development Services  Committee, Ron Swanson, manager of the  hydropower division for Conwest Explorations,  expressed concern about the economic viability of  Ihe Sechelt Creek hydro project as a result of BC  Hydro's restriction of capacity for the project from  17.5 megawatts per year to 12.5 mega watts.  Swanson suggested thai if Hydro doesn't  rescind its decision, tunneling from conduit piping  for the power house could become economically  unfeasible and that the downgrade to 12.5  megawatts of power would mean a loss of $500,000  annually in revenues to Conwest. Area directors  voted to support Ihe program provided all planning  department and Ministry of Environment recommendations were met. The planning committee  voted to send a letter lo BC Hydro supporting Con-  west's optimum capacity request of 17.5 megawatts.  ni  Order now for Christmas!  v   Sega   Super Nintendo  GAME BOY GAME GEAR  Games start at $19.99. Rental or Trades .Accepted.  TRI* PHOTO  U-i-5-Mil  103 -5710TEBEDOST.. SECHELT  wfMlW��-aA#Sw^  MASON HILLS FEED SUP.PLY  jVcxoCJ  AJJic.\i^%��_U  *��.*.   Buckcrfield's  Complete Line of Animal Feed.  ��� One Super Nitendo     99 ^        Free Membership J  | or Sega Rental w/coupon       ���*����� fjJ'JSr, J  mm^jrif' -aa*-*-**-*������ ~J..<-,lJm*',--w-\  ._aa A *. ��*.-ar .a*   ...-J. * A- . U m. ~r .* .* m�� J, * t*--*-.tf J-_iul^ J' ��� , Coast News, October 25, 1993 11  women In history  Work began lo the exterior of the Women's Institute Hall last week as part of a manpower work program grant to help finish the  community centre/theatre renovations. joel Johnstone photo  ��� Jt  HJIPPY  BIRTHDAY  MYRNA  Sid, Heidi,  Elliott, Angela  and Big Sam  ��� t/*^>-  Twilight Theatre  NOW Playing-evenings 8 p.m.  mm  NYSTttY"  ComJngV  MdayOctM   \  STALLONE SNIPES  Woody Allen  BC WARNING: Occasional tuggtsllv.  scents, coarse language .  40IAIM6- Soon!  Women often ignored by historians  by Roxanne Gregory  Two thousand years ago the  forum of Imperial Rome was  thronged wilh citizens who were  eloquent, literate and occasionally brutal.  Women were educated, they  divorced freely, and managed  their own estates. Working  women were fullers, physicians,  midwives, merchants, and  whores. Women of Ihe leisure  classes had a literary history  which was not preserved by historians in the middle ages.  Those cloistered chroniclers  were busy recording Ihe invectives of Cicero, Juvenal and Martial. Without learning and literature, women's history became an  oral tradition recorded on  tapestries, song and story, with  shadowy glimpses of extraordinary women revealed in the histories of kings.  Times change, and once again  we have a society that is eloquent, literate and occasionally  brutal. Quick - name ihree BC  women of historical importance -  from the last century? What roles  have Marcia Braundy, Joan  Meisler, Marion Pollock, and  Alice Berry played in Ihe contemporary history of Canadian  women?  Can you name an outstanding  native woman, olher than those  remembered for living with and  leading, European explorers?  History or Herstory?  For years the Elphinstone Pioneer Museum featured a life-  sized photograph of pioneer,  George Gibson standing alone.  Today his wife Charlotte stands  beside him.  'We are accredited  with all other major  universities in  Canada'  ���Roberta Feschuk  A labour intensive kitchen,  and child's bedroom are not far  from her shawled shoulders and  knotted hands.  Charlotte has that grim look  common to so many pioneer  women who worked without  reward in the kitchens and fields  of yesterday. Do we remember  Charlotte and the work she did to  raise eight children, and a market  garden? Do we remember her as  Ihe co-founder of Gibsons?  October is Canadian  Women's History month and Ihe  Ministry of Women's Equality is  highlighting women and work in  a booklet called BC Heritage.  If you're interested in learning more about women, their history and roles in society,  Athabasca University is offering  a Bachelor of Arts Degree program in Women's Studies  through distance education.  Some of the core courses  include History of Women in  North America, Feminism in the  Western Tradition, Perspectives  on Women, and Contemporary  Feminist Thought. The program  is broad based and covers issues  in women's health and counselling, family roles and expectations.  Many traditional counselling  programs and psychological theory were developed form a  man's perspective, but that's  beginning to change.  "People who earn a degree in  Women's Studies will find  employment opportunities in  career counselling, women's  shelters and women's health centre," said co-ordinalor Roberta  Franchuk. "The great thing  about this program is that people  can do the work at their own  pace at home and we are accredited with all other major universities in Canada."  Quiz on women in Canadian history..  1. Who said "Whatever women do, they must  do twice as well as men to be thought half as  good. Luckily, this is not difficult"  a. Margarel Laurence b. Charlotte Whitton  c. Nellie Mi-nun; d. Margaret Atwood  2. In what year did the first equal pay for  equal work legislation come into effect in Canada?  a. 1952 b. 1933 c. 1970 d. 1946  3. The first Canadian woman in space was...  a. Laura Jamieson b. Manon Kheaume  c. Roberta Bondar d. Cora Hind  4. Who was Nancy Hodges?  a. Canada's firsl woman judge  b. The firsl woman Speaker of Ihe BC Legislature  c. Canada's first woman mayor  d. Canada's firsl woman RCMP officer.  5. Who said "1 try always to follow the  advice I give to other women. Take an interest  in public affairs, keep yourself informed and  express your opinions. Above all, be active."  a. Helena Outterldge b. Emily Murphy  c. Jeanne Sauve d. Audrey McLaughlin  6. Thc first woman to contest Ihe leadership  of a federal political party was...  a. Kim Campbell b. Sheila Copps  c. Rila Johnston d. Rosemary Brown  7. Elsie Gregory MacGill was...  a. Canada's firsl woman judge  b. Canada's first woman journalist.  c. Canada's first aeronautical engineer  d. Canada's firsl woman Dean  8. This woman founded the anti-slavery society in Toronto in 1851 and is widely credited as  North America's first black newspaperwoman.  a. Mary Ann Shadd Cary  b. Rose Fortune  c. Marrie Hayes  d. Susanna Moodie  9. Who was the first woman from BC to win  a seat in the House of Commons?  a. Margaret Mitchell b. Grace Maclnnis  c. Mary Collins d. Pal Carney  10. Who was Canada's first woman radio  broadcaster?  a. Idola Saint-Jean b. Therese Casgrai  c. Anna Dexter d. Ethel Cruise  11. This woman was largely responsible for  the restoration of native rights to native women  who had married non-natives.  a. Nellie Mildred-Carlson b. Jane Manuel  c. Mary Two-Axe Early d. Nellie Coumoyea  12. Who was the first woman Member of the  Legislative Assembly in BC?  a. Lydia Arsens b. Daisy Webster  c. Helen Douglas-Smith d. Mary Ellen Smith  13. In what year was lesbianism decriminalized?  a. 1948 b.1969 c. 1986 d. 1921  14. Who was the first woman physician to  practice medicine in Canada?  a. Emily Howard Slowe b. Clara Brett-Martin  c. Catherine Parr Traill d. Martha Lewis  15. In 1982 who was the first woman  appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada?  a. Sandra Day O'Connor  b. Bertha Wilson c. Zsa Zsa Gabor  d. Rose Lee  Women's Quiz Answers  1. b. Charlotte Whitton (1896-1975- Canada's      engineering in the world.  first woman mayor when she was elected mayor of  Ottawa in 1951.  2. a. 1952.  3. c. Roberta Bondar.  4. b, A Liberal MLA from Victoria.  5. a. Helena Gutteridge.  6. d. Rosematy Brown.  7. c. First woman to graduate from aeronautical  8. a. Maty Ann Shadd Cary (1823-1893).  9. b. Grace Maclnnis.  10. c.  11. c. Mary Two-Axe Early.  12. d. Maty Ellen Smith  13. b. 1969.  14. a. Dr. Emily Howard Stowe.  15. b. Bertha Wilson.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lent your care* at home with in.  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It and other Nanson renderings of north coast canneries are on display In the BC Royal Museum In Victoria.  Capturing images of BCs fading history  by Ian Cobb  Did you know lhat the firsl  whaling town on the west coast  was located on Cortez Island?  Neither did Gibsons artist  Lyall Nanson, who recently had  10 watercolor paintings of north  coast fish canneries put on display in the Royal B.C. Museum  in Victoria.  "The first one (whaling town)  was on Cortez Island and I can't  get any information on it," Nanson said, lathering a tone of  incredulity in his statement.  "I'm still digging though."  Nanson came upon Ihis tidbit of  information during his seemingly  tireless research on the fish cannery industry that was so prevalent from the late I870's until the  I930's.  Taking his interest in the  subject and a commission from  Vancouver businessman H.B.  Sutherland, Nanson, 66, started  his labour of love four years ago.  "Il's a part of our heritage  that's not been recorded and it  won't be repealed again," he  said, explaining his research has  come through countless interviews with fishermen and  archivists and from ploughing  through records at the University  of British Columbia and the  provincial archives in Victoria.  "It's jusl gone," he declared of  Ihe once booming canning industry, with an estimated 300 canneries churning oul canned  salmon, halibut and other Pacific  Ocean treats in Ihe lale 1920's.  Nanson said he's been told  only five canneries remain active  and the vast majority of the old  canneries have disappeared in the  relentless winds of history.  "Most of them were blown up  or destroyed or just rolled away."  With a colorful collection of  Native Indians, Chinese,  Japanese, Norwegian and olher  Artist/history buff Lyall Nanson  Caucasian races camped together  up along the jagged B.C. coasl,  the canning towns created pockets of population linked to the  larger centres by steamships.  "They lived in just wild conditions," Nanson said of the people  who made up the towns and  noted how they lived separately  in their own little camps but  worked together.  "It was such a big industry at  one time and no one could tell  me anything about it," Nanson  exclaimed, shaking his head.  "Isn't that bizarre?"  Al Ihis point Nanson checks  off sites where canneries were  localed.  Gibsons, Salt Spring Island,  Quadra Island, Pender  Harbour.. .and some of the sites  he depicted in his works...Mill  May, Balmoral, Nass Harbour,  Tuck Inlet and the Skeena River  area.  As for the whaling town on  Cortez Island, he said, "Ninety-  nine per cent of the people I  talked to didn't even know there  was a whaling town on Cortez."  After a pause, he continued,  "You don'l see the big (whales)  come through any more, just the  Killer Whales. I guess they killed  them all off."  Another thing that has Nanson  baffled after all of his research is  the lack of knowledge or reference material on the old Halibut  boats.  He started trying to find mate  rial on the boats because he  wanted to include period boats  into his works of art to properly  show off the era.  "I talked to an old guy right  on his death bed and he couldn't  remember. There isn't anyone  alive today who can tell me anything about them. Nobody  knows...it's weird."  Though the provincial government is making strides to preserve what little is left of the  industry's history, such as a new  exhibit at the Royal B.C. Museum, where Nanson's paintings  will be on display, and a push to  refurbish the Gulf of Georgia  cannery at Steveston, the federal  government has shown no interest, he said.  "It doesn't surprise me the  federal government doesn't give  a damn," he growled.  a VThey haven't latched onto  preservation of any kind."   Having his paintings  displayed at the museum is no  small feat for Nanson as it rarely  displays paintings.  Bob Griffin, head of history at  the museum said a lack of adequate exhibits depicting the  industry and era is the main  reason they opted to display the  watercolors.  "That's why, as a museum,  we thought we could use them,"  he said, adding the pieces, currently not on display, will likely  be placed throughout the facility  to "liven up" areas.  Griffin also said "we probably  won't acquire much more" artwork.  Nanson said having his woik  on display in a museum such as  the Royal B.C. Museum "is quite  an honor."  While he keeps busy fulfilling  commissions, Nanson said he  would like lo do another series of  south coast canneries.  Coast Cable Vision Launches  Community Programming in  Pender Harbour  Viewers on the Pender Harbour cable system are now  receiving Community Programming on Coast Cable  10. Programmes are produced in the studio facility at  Elphinstone Secondary School in Qibsons.  Coast Cable Vision would like to thank the staff at the  Madeira Park Legion and the Pender Harbour  Chamber of Commerce for their assistance in getting  this service on the dial. Programming schedules are  printed weekly in this paper.  Community Programming on tht Sunshine  Coast - A Service made possible through  the cooperation of Coast Cable Vision and  School District #46.  NalWtSL*....  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Sschelt _ , Gibsons for Babies  iTs-S-MT    Carole jWgMM    Midge 18S-338Q  The  "BIG SCREEN"  is now  at Gramma's Pub!   ���   Come down and watch  your favorite sports  ���+   ^   ^KitchenHours:  _W\h_    Sun-Thurs: 11-8  4||Q    Fri/Sat:ll-9  w  8 6jID   Neighbourhood Pub  xto      ���**'   Beer & Wine Store 886-8215  Gibsons Landing fe  JSK  rJw  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  B  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  OtmU'rVeeVtv'*  JMAH1IUL  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAVS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarp. 8 Covers  Upholstery 8 Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Weicome  1 /a Micar NOT.TH aar garden Bav Rd.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  Pamdaar Haibour. 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Come Meet These  Business Professionals  and discover the goods and services available  to you right here on the Sunshine Coast!  Wednesday, Oct. 27 ���5:30 - 7:30 pm  ��� ������  at the HILLSIDE FAMILY RESTAURANT,  Seaview Place. 682 Hwy 101. Gibsons, 886-2993  Hosted by;  PARTIES UNLIMITED &  THE HILLSIDE FAMILY RESTAURANT  The  ^l^*^5S��,8:��*l,!!^!l  Located behind the Chev<��n^^:^,,J.******...aa|-*********^  Gm\bs<ms��j  ^District  CH.AMBER OF  COMMERCE  Business  After w  Houi  Parties Unlimited is a "complete" event planning service  company, I will create the desired atmosphere for any occasion.  From a personalized gourmet meal prepared In your own home, a  romantic evening at a local bed Jx breakfast, a surprise birthday  party or transforming your company warehouse Into a 1940's  style "speak-easy" complete with authentic gaming tables, let me,  Simone Carlysle-Smlth, organize your special day. The range of  "tailored" themes Is truly unlimited.  886-8095. R.RJl, S14, C34, Gibsons  Simon-' Carlysle-Smlth  CRUISE HOLIDAY*  Canada's oldest and largest cruise only agency. Because cruises  are our only product, we can offer you the expertise that results  from specialization and, incredible value as a result of our buying  power with the cruise lines. Cruising offers people of every age,  the convenience of an "all-Inclusive" vacation package for a price  that is often better value than land-based holidays. Whether it be  meetings or conventions, family cruising, singles, a honeymoon,  whatever your needs ��� we represent all ma)or cruise lines. Stop  in at 1157 Wharf St., Sechelt, or call 885-8964  ANDREW SMITH TECHNICAL SERVICES  Complete computer system sales, planning, Installation and  programming. Training for everyone's level with an emphasis on  practice and fun. Our maintenance and cleaning service for  computer systems, printers and other peripherals will extend the  life of the equipment and then, offer updated accessories and  software as technology continues to expand. Data services include  backup to ensure your data Is secure with a verified tape drive.  Many satisfied customers!  Phone 886-4523 or Pager 1-645-5585. RR#2, S5A, C5, Gibsons  IAN FINLAYSON, OOLDSMITH  Ian Finlayson is a master craftsman who brings to the Coast  more than 20 years of experience in the making of fine jewellery.  Each piece is individually handcrafted in 18K gold using  traditional European techniques. Since he does custom work and  does not carry expensive stock or maintain a retail outlet, his  prices are well below his competitors'. Ian also specializes in  expert repairs, remounts, and redesigning of old jewellery. By  appointment only. 886-9590  Hillside  af-AMO-y  Restaurant  P  Sunshine Coast  Business  Development  Centre  HILLSIDE FAMILY RESTAURANT  With our new evening menu, we are now offering The  Sunshine Coast a new, serious dining alternative. Featuring fresh  and Innovative local cuisine, we now offer you fine dining in a  true and affordable "Family" spirit. From our "Ca|un Black  Currant Ribs" to our unique Seafood Crepe "Rangoon" and our  selection of gourmet burgers, our attention to detail is sure to  please.Under the sincere and caring guidance of owner Barbara  Millar, The Hillside Family Restaurant has built an honest  reputation for good quality meals, friendly service and value.  Wayne Sfc Croix Manager/Chef  THE MUTUAL OROUP  Randy Johnston Is an agent with The Mutual Group. He offers  a free computerized financial planning service which makes  recommendations In regards to a variety of financial products  Including; life insurance, RRSPs, non-reglstcred savings plans,  investment funds, disability Insurance, RESPs, business insurance  and mortgage insurance.  The Mutual Group is a financially stable company, highlighted  by Mutual Life's AAA rating with Standard and Poor's bond rating  service for its claims paying ability.  Randy makes his home in Gibsons. 886-8018  PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE  Following a family tradition (her father has been with  Prudential for more than 25 years) Pamela Collard left a  background in retail sales and management to concentrate on the  financial services Industry. She joined Prudential in 1987, and has  since developed a practice that covers a wide range of financial  needs. Her clientele includes individuals, families and business  owners. While practicing in a number of areas, Pamela specializes  in solving the disability income problems experienced by  professionals. The Prudential Assurance Company Limited  886*4667  SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE  Self Employment Assistance Program  Are you on UIC or Social Assistance?  Do you have a business idea that is innovative?  Program information, October 26, 1993 10:00 am  #205-5710 Teredo St.  P.O. Box 128, Sechelt,  BC, VON 3A0  885-1959  ENCHANTED OARDEN * OIFTS  1 proudly present exclusive superb quality museum replicas and  fine art pieces, myths and legends, bronze, alabaster, stone busts  and figurines to name a few. Also hand crafted Nottingham lace.  Limited Editions, Lady of Shalott, La Belle Dame Sans Mercia,  chess sets, dragon and crystal towers.  Order early for guaranteed Christmas gifts. Layaway available.  Jan Roberts. 689 Hwy 101, Gibsons. 886-9355  ROSEMARIE'S BOUTIQUE  Rosemarie's Boutique is a home based business featuring hand-  painted clothing and Canadian-made "Leigh Morgan Fashions".  Leigh Morgan Fashions are mostly manufactured in Vancouver,  and sold across Canada by catalogue, home party and studio  showings. While Leigh Morgan originally sold only quality knits  in basic styles and colours, they now include tailored wools in  blazers, skirts, pants, beautiful rayons, jeans, sweaters etc., in  original well made quality classics. All clothing is guaranteed.  Bring your friends for coffee and browse in a relaxed atmosphere.  Call Rosemarie Cook. 886-9833  EUROPEAN SKIN CARE CLINIC  Skin care is a fascinating adventure which I would like to share  with you. European Skin Care Clinic offers services and products  which derive maximum benefits from the latest developments of  modern cosmetology.  My studio also offers privacy, a relaxing atmosphere, two full  lines of effective products, and a highly experienced European  trained specialist. So pamper yourself today, make an  appointment at the Beauty Clinic where experience and  knowledge is at you disposal.  The Clinic stands 100% behind ail services. 886*0939.  EYE DEAL OPTICAL  For professional service conveniently located in Sunnycrest  Mall. Our knowledgeable staff will help you select the style of  eyewear that best suits your prescription, your features, and your  pocket book.  Excellent frame selection ��� Multi facets, Silhouette, Polo, Fisher  Price ��� Repairs and Adjustments ��� Bifocals, Trifocals ��� No Line  progressive bifocals ��� Ultra thin lenses ��� Sunglasses - ski and water  ��� Serengctti, Ray Ban and more ��� Contact lens specialist ��� Clear,  tinted and opaque soft lenses ��� Gas permeable, toric and bifocal.  We fit the hard to fit. 886*8871  VILLAGE OFFICE EXTENSION  i  Organized, Professional, Confidential, Flexible ��� from answering service to accounting.  Imagine having a private secretary to handle your clerical needs while you concentrate on  making your business grow. Bev and Dar are two friendly faces and voices dedicating  themselves to the small and upcoming businesses of our community by providing secretarial  services without the overhead cost of a full time office. Shared services and office space means -  shared expenses.  Make Our Office - Your Office!   ��� 721 Winn Road, Gibsons, 886-3320  &  Sunshine Coast  Business  Development  Cenlre  SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE  Having trouble getting a loan?  Business loans up to $75,000  #205-5710 Teredo St.  P.O. Box 128, Sechelt,  BC, VON 3A0  885-1959  JANZART CUSTOM EMBROIDERY  We are the Sunshine Coast's only full-service computerized embroidery company. Wc have  produced embroidered garments for hundreds of satisfied customers both locally and  internationally. We are known for our quality work, reasonable prices, quick turnaround and  sincere interest in your satisfaction.  Bring us your logo or choose a design from the thousands in our library. You will find our  quality caps, shirts and jackets very attractively priced.  Think about us for your Christmas gift ideas too! 885-4273  In the Yellow Pages under "Embroidery".  KELLECTABLE GIFT BASKETS  Take the indecision out of gift shopping! Kellectable Gift  Baskets are all "Treasure Chests" of value! Perfect for those hard to  buy for people, yet personal enough to express your most tender  sentiments.  Creatively designed gift baskets for Mother's Day, Birthdays,  Weddings, Housewarming, Anniversaries, Hallowe'en, Christmas  or corporate appreciation. Send for my brochure featuring nine  baskets, Especially Romantic, Get Well, Time for Myself, Together  Time, Movie for Two, Fruit Fiesta, Elegant "Sea" Basket,  Kellectable5 Classic and Thinking of You. $15 - $100. Free delivery  in Gibsons. 886-8717  pkis MERIT IMPRESSIONS and HELP ON THE WAY  ftt^bta  MMMiAl   ' ���"-- - -'  'm_K_t__mm  -���'-*'- Consorts  return for  third show  The Coast Consort's Third  Annual Concert will be held on  Sunday, Nov. 7, at 2 pm at St.  John's United Church in Davis  Bay.  This group of local classical  musicians (Hannah Damtoft,  Hildegard Erber, Erika Wright,  Enid Harrison, Hana Hejzlar,  Alice Horsman, Jirina Vavrik  and music director Tom Kershaw) will be presenting a smorgasbord of musical entertainment, from renaissance to modern. Highlights of the concert  include works by Leopold  Mozart, Schubert and Granados.  Guests include soprano  Arline Collins performing songs  by Mahler and Hoist. Players  from the newly formed Sunshine Coast Community Orchestra will present a group of pieces  for strings.  Coast News, October 25, 1993  Art & Craft -Sale  Saturday. November 27 11AM - 2PM  Gibsons Legion Hall  Table Rental $10  556-7754 or 556-21B5  HAPPY HOLIDAYS MOTORHOME SALES  20', 22'& 24'  Gently used models  10* Camper Box for sale  FORD 250 Pick up's  'M&W  886-9025 or 8864481  The Coast Consorts, featuring artists Chris Bernetchez, Arline Collins, Alan Cairns, Tom Kershaw  and Enid Harrison will be performing at St John's United Church, Nov. 7. photo submitted  Pilot project to teach art to youngsters  by Ian Cobb  This is about as far away from John Brat-  by's image of an art student as you can get.  In Breakdown, he wrote, "A real art student wears coloured socks, his a fringe and  a beard, wears dirty jeans and an equally  dirty seaman's pullover, carries a sketchbook, is despised by the rest of society and  loafs in a coffee bar."  These art students might wear colored  socks and have a fringe or two but beards  are out of the question, dirty jeans and seaman's pullovers would probably be prefered  but their parents wouldn't stand for it.  Some might carry sketch-books but more  than likely they're toting Hillory scribblers  and the only people who dislike them are  child-hating grouches.  If they drank coffee and hung around coffee houses, it would be like a horde of Tas-  manian Devils making their way toward  Valhalla.  In five Sunshine Coast elementary  schools, grade 2 to 4 students are getting  hands on art lessons from three local artisls.  For an hour every Tuesday morning, potter  Gale Woodhouse, papier mache sculptor  George Gamache and watercolorist Jan  Bryant-Pointer take students under their  wings to teach them to undertand the arts  and promote self esteem through self-  expression.  West Sechelt Elementary school principal  Terry Corcoran said the program is going  over great with the kids, staff and parents.  "All kids have an art ability and as they  get older they lose it," he said, adding,  "Gifted artists are people who have maintained it."  The artists are also helping the students to  use the creative process as a tool for conflict  resolution.  "It's a pilot project to promote learning *  through community awareness,"Corcoran  said. "These people (teaching the students)  know what they're doing. They're really  accomplished artists."  As for how the students are taking to the  classes, Corcoran exclaimed, "Incredibly -  they're all budding artisls."  The program will run until the Christmas  break, and in May a festival displaying the  art created by the students will be featured  by the Festival Artists.  Third Coast Theatre  holds special evening  at Chez Phillippe  Third Coast Theatre will perform a special holiday evening  of entertainment Friday Nov. 26  at the Chez Phillippe Restaurant.  Actress-playwright Caitlin  Hicks and guitarist Len Hill will  combine efforts for an evening  called Stories For 8 Winter Solstice. It is a collection of dramatic, character-driven stories  which take place during the  winter season. Most stories have  been written by Hicks, although  she will also perform a piece  written by Gord Halloran for his  multi-media Ice Painting Project.  Hicks was most recently featured in the Storytelling Festival  at the Rockwood Cenlre in  October. She is besl known on  the Coast for her performance of  arts beat  the one person comedy-drama  Six Palm Trees.  Guitarist Len Hill was most  recently featured at the Roberts  Creek hall with singer-songwriter Bob Carpenter. Hill played  guitar on tour for Valdi in 1990  and has recorded with local  singer-songwriter John Marian  on his most recent CD titled  Pulling For The Woods. Hill  also played lead guitar on local  musician Graham Walker's latest children's album. As well,  Hill has played with 60s band  The Spencer Davis Group,  British rocker Freddie and The  Dreamers and guitarist Jerry  Deucette.  The evening begins at 6 pm.  Seating is limited to 36 guests.  Tickets include complete dinner  of traditional French cuisine.  _^,_UK  r^    S **     ^              ..,   /*"_,.               **-~mm  If        -   i*tl'**-r      ������" M  W   "'"~^5- "' m  Caitlin Hicks returns with dinner theatre to the Chez Phillippe  Restaurant Nov. 26. file photo  Twenly-three Coasl artists  were selected in Ihe arls centre's  ISth annual Juried Show  'View'.  Susan Baggio, Eva Barbro,  Don Jarvis, June Malak, Sandie  McGinnis, Pat Ridgway, Elizabeth Simpson and Tina Thom  son have paintings in Ihe show.  Donna Balma and Francine  Desjardins are showing mixed  media collages; Edmund Butler  has a yew and cherry wood  table.  There are sculptures and  assemblages by Christel Fuoss-  Moore, Micheline Larose and  George Gamache, Patrick Hughes and William Koropatnick.As  well, Greta Buzek and Peter  Heinrich have prints up.  Jeff Mulcaster's linked carving is displayed and we've got a  painled suit by Kristos Grames  and a Rubber Art Image by  Mandad. One of Margliy Rut-  ledge's coloured pencil drawings and a vessel by potter Laurie Rolland were also chosen.  Judging was done by Sally  Michener and all works will be  on display until Sunday, Nov. 7.  WORKSHOP  START YOUR HOME BASED BUSINESS  October 29th & 30th  ^  Sunshine Coast  Business  Developmem  Centre  Call 885-1959  TOPICS  ��� How to choose a business  ��� Developing a business plan  ��� Basic marketing strategy  ��� Financial planning  ��� Pricing & cost control  Pre-register at the  Business Development  Centre (#205.5710 Teredo St.  or your local  Chamber of Commerce  Sechelt)  tiV  rT-WMM-M BritWI COHMtaVM  M-wtry of SmiM Buwwts.  Toun��m ��nd CuHwt  F��d��r��l Bunnell      B-inqut (tdtr-ilt  D��v��lopmint Sink   d�� d*vtlopp��mtnt  ( .ill,l(n  Everyone  sedsaPAAL.  __ StayprotKteai with the  PAAL. Quorum s Personal Attack Alarm  that blasts I0.MB (mm. I when you  simplv pull Ihe pin Choose either lhe  standanl or sporls model. Carry il to  school, tire mall, tlie parti, whervw rou  go PML lets oul a en for help wtanner  you need it And oiil; Quorum gives  iou that kind of tech*   MJMWT  iwjogy and security     Sortajt*'  ��� ��� ��� r,.��arimrl��.��r,,����a��r��r,aw/Kr*rra�� ' ��� ���  Sue Thompson  885-4546  ROYAL   TERRACfS  BUILDING,   5*1//  WHARI   RD.,  SECHELT,   B.C.   ���   BOX  800,  VON   3A0  ���   885 2261  MONDAY / OCTOBER 25 /1993  UPCOMING/MEETING  a*  SUNSHINE COAST SOLID WASTE  ADVISORY COMMITTEE  Wednesday, October 27th at 3:00 p.m.  FOREST ADVISORY COMMITTEE  Wednesday, October 27th at 7:00 p.m.  REGULAR BOARD  Thursday, October 28th at 7:30 p.m.  *���    PARKS COMMITTEE  Thursday, November 4th at 2:00p.m.  fc��   PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMITTEE  Thursday, November 4th at 3:00 p.m.  OPEN BURNING SMOKE CONTROL  COW OF PRACTICE  PUBLIC MEETING  A public meetlno with Ministry of Environment concerning  the Code of Practice for open burning smoke control is  scheduled for NOVEMBER 16from7*10 pm atthe Sechelt  Indian Band Hall in Sechelt. For more information contact  Ministry of Environment at 1 -800*665-7027. 16  Coast News, October 25, 1993  During  Mark Twain's  d��ys u i newspaperman,  he was editor of a small  Missouri paper. One day he  received a letter from a  subscriber, sating that he  had found a spider in his  paper, and asked if this  was an omen of good or  bad luck.  Twain replied: "Finding a  spider in your paper is  neither good nor bad luck  The spider was merely  looking over our paper to  see which merchant was  not adtertisinjt so that he  could go to that store,  spin his web across the  door, and lead a life of  undisturbed peace ever  afterward."  COAST NEWS  and  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDER  885-3930  886-2622  NOTICE OF TRAFFIC  INTERRUPTION  ��  Please be advised that North Road will only have One Lane  traffic on Tuesday, October 26th, and Wednesday, October  27th, 1993 Irom 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. because ot Storm  Sewer connections.  Wilbert Fair  PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  NOTICE FOR TEMPORARY WATER  A    SHUT-OFF FOR ZONE III  Please be advised that there will be a temporary water shutdown on North Road between Reed Road and Kiwanis Way  from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on October 2Bth, 1993, to  allow Iwo 6" Waler connections.  Areas ol Deskside and Kiwanis will experience low  pressure ��� Top doors of Kiwanis Apartments may not receive  waler.  Wilbert Fair  PUWIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  FT  *  HAL LOWF 'E N DANCE  *  die tftoaterst  Saturday Ocl 30th ��� 9PM New SCA Hall, Trail Ave., Sechell  _. Tickets $12- available at:  1  ���a  V  Talewind Books, Scotts Music, Sayward Books,  Coast Books, Roberts Creek Store  PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUMES  1st prize $100 gift certilicate 0 Blue Heron Inn  All WELCOME  Waterside Production Benelil for the  *, Sechell legion Pipeband  FOR MORE INFORMATION CAU 886-2844  ���VI      Ul  v  *?  K  _^l  SaPCA  News  He's housetrained, good  with kids,  friendly, good  with other dogs,  has had some  obedience  training and  has had his  shots... what  more could you  ask for In an  animal companion. Call the  SPCA at 886-  CAREtomeet  this loveable  pooch.  Serving the Sunshine Const since 1945  ���atMlaiaiafc ������ ���������tjVam ���->-���,  imJnWmu&r wim  P LtUta-i in  GUmom,  S, C.  Vt liir-it-  10. Nun-hiT 43  October 25.   I8SH  Wxt ��oast Jfewis  ���nme tkar Sao-alaa)  New BCE Cheekye-Powell River  power line ready for operation  Completion -if Iht- Ch.eky*--  I'cm-ll River trannrniMion line  brim,*, i.drftil wcurlty ol electric IWviw lo Gibtunt f.nd  in i ph boring commu.ulh-i nnd  pivrj assurance of adequjlc  power fm future IndlMtrlil di���  velepmcnt  The lino will bt- officially  Opened at j banquet in Powell  River on October 26 ut lun  pm Oudti from Vancouver,  Victoria,  Mm-vf-  Sound  and  1 h>  i.litre  Sunshine  Count  will  bo  ill  MU-lldaiWV.  Httill ihruuuh rugj-td coastal  mriuotnini und timber country.  nnd ovtr two iirelehei of water.  iho line took 12 month! to com*  p'l-ii nnd tttti 13,600,000.  it  carrita power at  132.000  volt* from BC. Electric'* creat  BrldfC River snd BctOli ��t>ncr-  iitini! station- io Woodfibre  fori Mellon, Gibtom. Powili  River, IVildwood and Malaspina  Ponliuuli,   Then by submarine  cahN. Hit- power is carried 20,-  000 feet under Malaspina Strait  to T* xad-i Hand.  The ti Hii-mnsion line ntceivei  itt power from the Bridge Rivr  line through the new Cheekye  s 1.b-utirin. 11 mil's north of  Sqnarni'h.   There the power ii  1 educed from 230,000 to 132,000  volt*.  Seven permanent lubtttatiom  bi.-tw-.-en  Cheekye  and   Powell  Gale winds hit 90 MPH  Onto winds estimated al 90  mi|ei per ho'jr. with lorrrn-  ti.-l ruins did coruidernble dam  age In lhe Pender Harbour area  un Friday. Od  10  Kleindale und Hardin Ray  ureas rcpurird tfi��* wont wind*  in many year* Shingle* were  torn from Ihe root* ol lhe Hwli  wry general store and Lloyd's  General store, metal wis ripped  Feeney is  fire chief  Fred Feeny Will take over  the Job of fire chief temporarily until ataume re-organtiHfon  can nke place In ihefir* di  paxtment, A waa announced at  the lut Village Commlaelon  maettAg. Fire department at*  faint took up a considerable  .wnount of time at the meeting  w*th Commla*- *\ E Hitch*  ���������e r*  *  by  from Ihe roof of the oil abed al  Lloyd s. hunts and docks were  ii.itu-n-d. In the shelter of Haddock's wharf, one boat broke  ber stern moorings in the gnle.  A huge wash-out on the highway between Madeira aPafk and  Burcafn Harbour, at Lilltes  L.ke eloKft Die road on Friday  evening. Just alter the Powell  River but. had pone over ft.  Traffic w.i.- detourcd around  lhe cutoff by way of thc Motel  road and Bargain Harbour road  where one of tlie Sechelt Motor  Tranporl buses "-truck a pile of  rocks and tore out Uie oil pan.  On Saturday, a freshet could  tie seen roaring down the side  nf Cecil Hill, irwartfc the lite  of the waahout. where a stretch  of road had moved, complete  with tree*, into the lake  Early residents of Madeira state  REDCROSS  MEETING  A Red   CrDM mevting   W  hg hold   Frlda>    Ne--    2. t  Uiey had never .wen water running there.but said there had  been considerable logging on  Cecil hill tills past season.  Road crews were on the Job  Friday night with detour signs  ��nd working lo widen the detour Saturday.  It will bo several days before  the washout can be repaired,  Power wm cut off In the area  from abont 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  $20,000 in  scholarships  British Columbia students  will benefit - from scholarship*  totalling at least 120,000 /ram  the proceed* of ��� souvenir book  for the 1B5B Centennial. L J.  Wallace, centennial committee  chairman, said today.  Mr Walla* t said lhat a contract has bt i-n 1'iilerod into wilh  Sunppnl'��f - * ��� - \ich  River are now under conitrsa -  t:on or planned to tap Iht Tm.  cl Woodfihrc, Port Mclr-a.  .Scch.-lt, Pendor Harbor, ft,K -  water, Grief Point and Fum*-  Vlew substation.  A temporary substatln at  Gibsons is currently lervlag ta*.  area from Port Mellor *���  Sechelt.  B.C. Electric announces -.*��  lai't-r order had been plq,*-  through Vancouver Iron Vimn.  for di livery of 2'.. mttw,  |��unds of steel to thc compa.-i t  Chcukomus Delivopmenl 9  miles north of SquamisL  These orders worih ..tm  SWO.WO, bring to G,0otJjfc  pounds the amount of *la*dj r��  <hafed for lhe construrtlc-L a  two iift.nl steel penstocks  Water diverted from ���***��������  Cheakamuit River via a Tank  tunnel will plirhce 000 __m  through tho penstocks at __m  tunnel's end lo spin the turhiru'  of the itw.OOo hp Cheakamr  hydro-elt-etric plant on -��  Squamish river.  Sleel plates of the ptniinm  must be up to %'i meties l>*k  to withstand thc Immense pro-  lure of the waler when the tm  nel ig completed and the jlkm;  goes into operation neat ���mr  The penstocks, rww M��  built by Vancouver Iron Waif*,  are scheduled for compleUr  by March, 1957.  Ladies night  It will bt LadJea msjta i  Ihe Kinsmen etub whan im  >   II ent.wf in their a*n  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 yeais 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  5 YEARS AGO  A dock constructed by  Aquarius Seafarms at Gray  Creek hatchery in Porpoise Bay  continues to be a source of controversy at Sechell council meetings.  Joyce Fitzpatrick of the  Sandy Hook property owners  complained of contravention of  zoning regulations in the area.  Sechelt council had put a stop  work order on the project but  work continued.  A horse owned by Carmen  Peters of Gibsons had to be put  down due to injuries received  from dogs overnight. The horse  had eye and leg damage and a  probable skull fracture.  lOYEa-VRSAGO  Staff morale was said to be  slipping at local schools because  budget cuts made the future  uncertain for them. Roberts  Creek elementary was hard hit,  while it had the largest classes  and supplies had run out.  The lack of space al Gibsons  Wharf prompted local union  member fishermen to send a letter of concern to town council.  A tax error had caused a revenue shortfall of $109,083 for  the local school district.  15 YEARS AGO  Sunshine Inn, the 15-room  Tudor-style hotel that was formerly St. Mary's Hospital nestled in a cove in Garden Bay  was to be enlarged. The cabaret  was to be remodelled to become  an Olde English pub.  Sechelt council was considering what to do with the slough  north of the populated area.  25 YEARS AGO  Spacious new quarters for the  Bank of Montreal were being  completed in Gibsons on the  weekend. A special feature they  were to offer was an around-the-  clock depository unit.  An editorial thai week said:  Those of us who enjoy the fruits  of the labours of the Old Faithfuls in our community associations should learn to cooperate  actively and not be armchair  advisors.  35 YEARS AGO  Harry Duke and his neighbours, the Frelters and the Newmans, were belying the name  Dunworkin and were having a  tree falling bee.  45 YEARS AGO  Sechelt was lo now have 24-  hour telegraph service independent of Gibsons exchange. The  doctor in Gibsons could now be  reached without rousing Mr.  Parker at the hardware store.  'Sechelt termed den of iniquity' was the title of a letter lo  Ihe editor which claimed that  Sechelt began a downhill slide  when residents voted for a beer  parlor and that its reputation for  supplying everything for out-of-  camp loggers that Vancouver  had, including the good time  girls, had spread as far as Toronto.  We now carry  Jcana Bird Food  "Health Food  for Birds!"  Faibulou*. Weekly Pet Food Speci.ils  DOG&CATF00D  Dry ind CiniMfl  ��� Science Diet  ���IAMS  ��� Techni- al  ��� Nutro Max  ��� Purina  ��� Wayne ��� Many More'  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  Rabbit & Hamster Food  ��� Pet Accessories  Domestic Bird Seeds  ��� Wild Bird Seed  ��� Shavings  ���Kitty litter  lore*' JT*-  BuckerEield's  ���EAUER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  MVtfU   Pr;l11 Rcl    Gibsons 886*71)27   |  H**-*-*]     Mon     Snl   'I - r> 30    Sun   10-4  DID YOU KNOW?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.  -m*>\frm&.4m*--^*J-.*_-t ^ ->*mr+m--._m_m_mi-.r,~_+'.'<a.Ll  '      -     -     -    -   -  -���   ,_,      .      . Coast News, October 25,  1993 17  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you round them in  .    The Coast News  esl  m  Time Saving Foundation System  One solid continuous wall of concrete  ��� LHtvform ��� Styroloam planks  ��� R-20 Barrier ��� Made lo your specifications  ��� EMy lo inttall ��� Fre�� estimates  I COASTAL BLUE FOUNDATIONS  885-3737  Lond Claoring  Damolition  Slump Ramovol  SiK Davalajpimnt  KOCJdl  free estimates _^-a*1"'  885-3449  886-8053  Industrial    AUTOMOTIVE      Marine ^  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mini.In b-6 Sal, 8-6, Sun. 10-.)  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Custom homes��� Small commercial  Renovations * Forming ��� Framing ��� Finishing  Irv Hlld.hr.nch 183*2774  SUNSHINE KITCHEN*  . KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  Ceflutar  280-3376  For the linishing touch  Eric's Drywall  ���Vl* US 4 Calf  ��8">-(>0.>2  _.  TH�� TMF M*tT 111 StMVW*^_W  Swanson's  mm>w?F>'r -*g-;R>ady-Mlx Ltd.  Diapahrh ���..��� Account. ���,,���     FAX    ���,  8BJ-9666   11 , 885*5333   I [   885 2226   |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd., Sechelt, B.C.VON 3A0  GRAEM/K construction inc.  QtoliryrUmBuiklen  ��� FRAMING  ta LOCKUP  ��� FINISHING  ��� FOUNDATIONS  ���RENOVATIONS  ��� SIDING  .Eagle .Eye Concrete  Specializing in foundations, Retaining  Walls and Aa other types of concrete work.  FREE  ESTIMATES  HAROLD WEICHLER  885-9715  ���hziAaUTH ExCMTlNG  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter e lull line of  Services with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with professional  work al competitive rates  . Ken Blrkln��885-7487 ��� Cell. 671-6411  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News  LANDSCAPING  1  P. FREE ESTIMATES  LANDSCAPING    LTft  .885-5954 "-g^fiauS.  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves, au.*���  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  Call 883-9902  ,Hl_i_m.mt-  CENTURY ROCK  ROCK WALLS        FACMGS  PATHS PUNTERS      885-5910  f *5&"I 886-0057"  -***1**-        ***- FAX:M9"��M  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News  MARINE SERVICES  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  . FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PUN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  Thank You ^  lo our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell lliem  you Tound them in  .    The Coast News    ,  m��  INDUSTRIES LTD.  KWtSCOR" ___=______  Hall Syitem        '^���JJKrJ-j?"' TV-B  HEATING  ��� Motel & Campsites  ��� Marine Repairs  ��� Salt Water Licences  ��� Water Taxi ��������-����,,  ��� IceirTadde              883-2266^  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  ���    The Coast News    ,  ENGINEERING  ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.  4-atH^^.        Commercial  _4m ttessssm.     Systems  Residential  Roof  1024 VENTURE WAY, GIBSONS, B.C.  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A ft T ENTERPRISES: Construction Sorvlooo  Serving The Coast Since 1985  ��. aaaS-STft      'CUSTOM HOMES  f -f-a jSSSM       .ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ������������MM  T. wono. ion ris. oimoni. i.e. von ivo  Fastrac backhoe ft  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS  ���WATERLINES CAT416   4X4  ��� clearing       STEVE JONES   8864269  DENNIS MULLIGAN  m  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  v   Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392J  R & P  Construction  Vor till aspects of residential construction.  David- SS6._X_.77  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Chrlellaneen  886*1463 S9C7RRI  Qlbtont, BC VON 1V0  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL uAS INSTALLATIONS  Call MOW 116-7111  Sticiwr-iom, mpjunt Rd,gibsons        j  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Ths SimMm  Coait's EvIitrntU  Dealer  ffijffljjr  THE AU HEW  ^DellTeckDustbus  MECHANICAL SERVICES  r Thank You ^  lo our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    >  CONCRETE SERVICES  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Residential and Coinmercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne       Paul Desautcls  886*0340 885-5492  _\f^mm_\_  QByQlaK.  CONSTRUCTION  residential *1T commerciol  885-2887  laurie Lacovetikv  !.����?. *, 26   C T,   ROBERTS CRHK   BC. V0N1V0  Vi.-ntilol.on arid Furnace Cleaning Fin* Bones  Air Dui la  885  7670      Residential & Commer, nil  Cell. 880 7655 Rick DcLong  \r  K (.AS (I M I Kl  ���* 1'1,'it ���>,.   ��� iVnr.il - Hnl IV i  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLE89 ��� ALUMINUM   KRVMO THC FOBE��T, MARINE ANDCOMBTRUCTUN.NDUITRCt  r*NTHfIU��aHHi COAST  HOWARD LANO oaCIOajl .__^...  I  '.������)��i[c��c -aatoai       886*3231 iw-noiy  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Devalopment  Cam Mackenzie  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  PAINnNGAWAUPAKRINO  Jnlerior/Exterior  Reasonable Rale        RENEW DECORATING  Free Ejlimgjei 8854828   stim:  Chainsaws & Trimmers 18  Coast News, October 25,  1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Rttn your classified ad 43 times  and pay far only 2 timcsl  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  ���mm Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1    Homes &  Property  WANTED: Couple looking to buy a  nome in any condition or land to  txild on. 685-2203. M5cn  Excellent localion, bright, private 1  odrtn condo in Whistler. Plenty ot  windows, large above ground sundeck. $98,000 Obo. 8B5-5099 or  932*5859. M4cn  3.300 sq. It. plus double garage.  2x6 construction, 3 yrs old, 5  bdrms. 3 baths. 3 l/p's, partial  view, Gibsons. $279,000. 886-  7738. ��43cn  SUNSHINE COAST, BC  1200 sq. It. rancher. 3 bdrm, lire-  place up 1 down, new sundeck,  1.6 acre lully cleared. Revenue  shop on sile. Reply to Box 405, c/o  Box 460, Gibsons. BCV0NIV0.  M3cn  Homes &  Property  1/2 acre ol land. Roberts Creek.  $80,000.538*8729. SS  752 Hwy. 101.50x266101, 3 bdrm.  older house. $165,000.886*9049  ss  Hallmoon Bay. Hal 1/2 acre lot.  across park near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663. ss  3/4 acre lot on Norlhwood Rd..  Redroolls. Level and cleared.  Close lo school and park. Low  SBO's. 885-4150. ��43w  SNOWBIRD SPECIAL!  Let me plant you in your new  home. Palm Springs area. $51,000  W? Some on goll course. Trudy  Greig, Broker ��� 24 yrs in business.  Village Realty, Indian Wells. Fax  619*340*3337, phone 619*340*  3337 call collecl. Res. 619-346-  7189. M5w  Homes &  Property  Gibsons 3 bdrm. 2 balh 1 yr. old  duplex (strata). Garage and carport, sundeck, nice treed yard. 5  appl.. $134,500. 298*5215 Hilda.  Sutton Group. Excel.        ��43w  Wanled ��� 2 acres plus, w or w/o  1300 sq. It. tatrly new house. Good  soil, pnvale. 685-4031.      ��43w  MUST SELL!!! 1991 Nortech  mobile home in Mason Rd. Trailer  Park. Many extra lealures. Asking  $56,900.885*2323. ��43w  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked to listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are complelely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, we are  responsible only for Ihe first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any reponsibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond the cost of Ihe  ad itself.  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Engagements 8  WorkWanted 38  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&JSTORE 885*8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  00 PM THURSDAY  ii     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  Bffffily  *!��� Bt rO jH-i  The smiling staff of the Roberts Creek General store  will happily take your claaslfled ad, because it's one  of our Friendly People Placa-sl  ~wAh  GARY WHITE  886-8107.1-351-4390  ART  Discover and expenence your creativity in personalized painting and  drawing classes. Adults or children  avelcome. 18 years experience. For  more inio please call Laara  Williamson 866*0014.       MScn  Psychic reading, phone Terry lor  appointment 883*1194     MScn  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club. Join us  lor pot luck dinners, barbeques,  hikes, crib, dancing. Call 685*9968  01886-8611. ��44w  Fall clean-up. Blackberries,  hedges, leaves, rubbish. Need  help moving? Man with truck. Rob  886*3822 ��45cn  MHHHHH  j   QUALITY  t      OflictStnicti  ! [here to sen. Gibsons)  . WORD PROCESSING  , HUNG  - BINDING SERVICES  a \ BUCK i WHITE m  t COLOURSCANNING  rl HUSOaNAIUUnS  I Coll Today llt*]UI  f      Telephone Fu  HmHHHH  NEW CONCEPT  IN WEIGHT LOSS  Lose 20 lbs in 30 days and leel  great. Doctor approved, clinically  lesied. - As easy as 4 tablets  twice daily - 100% guaranteed or  money relunded - Free delivery.  10% off with this ad  Wendy 886-3067. M3w  Sunihlne Coast Transition  House.  A sale place lor women and children in crisis. Free conlidenlial 24  hour service. MMM4        tfn  For sale: Van conversion, Ford  '50,1980. Good condition, low  mileage. 866-8520. tins  1 yr. old gray male cat, not neut.,  missing Irom Reed Rd. area. 886-  8911_ M3w  Set ol keys Sunnycrest Mall on  brown braided key chain, Ocl. 19.  ��43w  # BB5-2777  Sechelt Qift Shop  ��� PEN IN a    BOON  ART & CRAFT  CONBISNMKNTB  Large level lot close lo lown,  gkmprse ol Porpoise Bay, $70,000.  791*6398. ��44w  Revenue house, 4 bdrm. bsmt.  home in Sechell. Close lo all  amenities and school, 11/2 baths,  2 F/P's, 4 appl., covered deck, 2  car carport. Presently rented at  5925/mo. $152,000. No agents.  885*0196. I44w  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER^  vTaa." Relaxation for  Jla, thebody  ^_Z> and the mind.  886-4274  Gibsons b Sechelt Locations  White/black short-haired neut.  male cat, very Irlendly, Beach Ave.  area, Rbts. Ck. 885*6280.  M3w  a-flfc.       Brand  *-** BxtxUUvt  Home by Twin  Oaks Development  OPEN WEEKEND I ���*  M7 Cower Point Rd.  11 1/7 lalks pasl the it-nmiuuitsl  courtesy to writs  HtmsOu-1/x.u 886*4680  or 846-7188  Davis Bay/Seima Park, 4990 Hwy.  101, $189,000. By owner. Greal  rant. home. Over 2,000 sq. It. hilly  reno. Features 3 bdrms., new  kltch.. balh, 1 ensfe. New carpets  throughout, new nat. gas lum. S  wtr. healer, new rool, 2 F/P's, fin.  basmt. w/large games and lam.  rm. Lge. private landscaped lol,  well above hwy. wilh peek-a-boo  view. Must be seen! 886*7513 or  1*922*8334. ��44w  WANTED: Vane, resident would  like small, buildaWe property on  the Sunshine Coast direct Irom  owner. No agent. Please send  reply to Box 404, c/o Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  <43w  Hallmoon Bay Id 0.62 acre, sewer  1 water hookup, $60,000. Phone  owner 885*4827. ��43w  Large view lot Madeira Park, .67  acre. 6834989. ��43w  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek . some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agenls at all!  886*4714 ss  Creekside Estates - great building  lot, some view, dose to everything.  Lot 90, near TUrlgbrook Way and  Crucil, by owner, $76,000. 922-  3559. I43w  ROBERTS CTEEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate lloor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in*law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 865*2253, no agents.      ss  Costa Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical Iruil trees, minutes Ip  beaches, $22,500. Owner 885-  5157. ss  YOUTH DARTS  Starting Nov. 7, boys and girls  ages 13*18 Darts played at Legion  Hall Branch 1140. Sunday Irom  2:30-5:30 pm. Registration lee, $5.  For inio, phone 885*7567 days,  885*7553 eves. ��45cn  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary,  Sechett Branch will hold Its annual  bazaar on Sat., Nov. 13, 1993, in  the Indian Band Hall, Irom 10 am -  1 pm. The winning ticket lor Ihe  doll house wil be drawn. Handicrafts will be on display and (or  sale In Marlee's Window Irom Nov.  1 until Christmas. #45cn  Attn: Far Side lam. Just arrived:  mugs, T-shirts, calendars and  cards. Stock up now lor Christmas.  Showpiece Gallery.        I43cn  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7883,24 hour line.        Un  COOLRUNMNQS  One Ion truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd fobs.  885*3917. tfns  This Christmas  give a portrait...  Beautifully executed  colour pencil portraits from  your favourite photo.  BOX29I, $**>B  Gtem,V0NtV0^.|a9*��)  Delivery 6*8 weeks. Sahstactican  guaranleed or money refunded.  ?  Noma's  Electrolysis  Studio  ��� I'crmancnl&Mff removal nf  unwanted hair  ��� Lakrai in computrriwd  Ihcrmol yn�� k Wend methods  ��� Complimentary 10 min.  introduction  ��� Certified Ekdrolygist  ��� Evening appointmmh available  ��� ftivacy ol home baaed studio  For appointment all 186-7756  Co-op Feeds ��� Pro Form brand  available at Chamberlin Gardens.  152*  EAGLE RIDGE  VrrtRINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  (or over  10 YEARS  riant to Big Mart Sechell  885-5158  Spring-tilled chesterfield, ��� 2  chaiis, $300.885-2759 aft. 6pm.  #45w  5-pc. double bedroom stile, Beauty Real spring and mattress all on  Sheperd casters, $500; collapsible  6 player game table w/cover, $50;  9 It brown llexstee! chesterfield -  chair, $200; 2 easychalrs, $50 ea.  885*2759 att. 6pm. #43*  Oueen size sola bed and love  seal, $300 obo; and misc. 886-  2448. MScn  Beige loveseal and armchair,  $250; dining table ar/4 chairs,  $100; Lazy Boy, $80; armchair,  $50; king sized bed ar/unique  headboard, $200; 3 barstoois, $50.  885-5659. ��43cn  Used lurniture . misc. second  hand goods 'Castaways', Molly's  Lane, open Wed. thru Sun., It*  4:30.686*178 or 886-4930.  tin  Double or queen size boxspring Antique relinished oak bowfront  mattress t frame, must be buffet, curved mirror, $700.886-  good/exc. cond. 885*5495. *43w    7696. I44w  Need a Brownie outfit In girls 14*16  size. 885-0240. ��43w  Lg. cheap old house trailer for storage, condition not important, will  move. 885-9357. tfn  Small apt. size freezer. 866-0979.  tin  Bellinhowell cube slide projector.  686*9749. I45cn  Moorage, 44' liveaboard, single  senior. 883*9)68. I44cn  2 anlique royal blue armchairs,  $450,883*2930. MScn  ALOETTE COSMETICS  ALOE VERA based Skincare and  GORGEOUS Face Colors, you  can have II all... lor FREEl Inquire  how you can receive our Hostess  Benefits AND $50 Bonus in  November. CaH Tammy 686*9776  today, lor a Iree brochure. #45cn  Art supplies, quality and quantity.  To order call Laara Williamson  886-0014. M5cn  f * * * %.  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTUS  Jjr Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bass, & Fun  Call 885-6203 to  bookyounl  TAKING AN ART CLASS?  We have the largest selection ol  ad supplies In slock on the Sunshine Coaat. Showpiece Gallery,  280 Gower Pt. Road, Gibsons 886-  9213. ��43cn  SWEDISHBHIATSU THERAPY  Introductory 1/2 hour session, $10.  Cheryl 8860338. ��43w  Experience the Release of Tension Irom Polarity Therapy. II is a  touch technique which aims at the  balancing of lhe body's vital energy  and the release of tension. Call  Vonnie for appoinlmenfs. 883-  9853. ��45w  GRAPE DEALS  WINE MAKING CUSSES  Free classes during Oct. and Nov.  Great savings tor class members.  Your own wine ready lor Chrislmas. Direct importers of California  special grape concentrate and  wine making kits. 886-0225. ��45w  Sadly outgrown Elvis Parsley, 13.3  H. Appy. P.O.A. gelding, exc.  jumper, good on roads S trails,  $1000000.886*3231.       I45w  I am a 9-year-old spayed female  cal. I have long white hair and like  lo cuddle, requires quiel lovable  home. 886*3848. #44cn  Ducks ��� greal gardeners, no fuss  pels. 2 lor $15.886*3634. I43cn  While Boxer, fern. 10 mos. old,  $200.8864120. M4w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog 4 cat boarding. Experienced  dog trainer. 'Science Diet' pel  foods. 886*8568. tfn  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautitul sound. $1000.885*9306.  tfns  Piano Tuning  m,    ��� repaint  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5866 Coavna St , Boa 1219  Saacnaatt, BC.. VON 3A0  ���M-IZ11 FAX I  Van. Ton Frraa I  Lot I Mouniamview Dnve, partial  view lot. level and cleared m a  quiel cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886*  3612 or 326-5534. ss  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View.  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  balhs, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $235,900.888-  00B1.351-78*56 aflsr B pm.    .is  SHIATSU AND ACCUPRESSURE  Massage lor pain and stress relief.  885*5424 alter 4 pm.       ��45cn  MARY KAY  A complete line of cosmetics, skin  and body care, and fragrances.  Introducing Ihe NEW SKIN  REVIVAL SYSTEM. Mention this  ad and receive $10 off this exciling  new product. All products not trast-  ed on animals and 100% guaranteed. Yvorme 886-4643.    ��47cn  *MaiVa Variety'  for your ���  ..Knitting Supplies,  ���Genuine Cowichon wool  ���bWihrefJobyYom  aConodiano & touquet Yorni  ���Knitting Nwdlai  'Acceiuriu  lT>tnarrr.U,<kwaLa>-la|  Leibermann baby grand piano,  view at Taflys Store, Madeira Park  (next to IGA). $6000 obo. Great  Christmas gift. 8854410 eves.  Cassette  Duplication  886-0478  Piano tuner selling pianos, delivered and tuned. 883*2329.MScn  I*  5.   Thank You  Thank you Bruce. Pattie, Frank,  Dorothy and Gene. Also all who  helped pelting the spud patch bom  and to those who are going to  enjoy eating them.      Lin 1 Fay.  Fall Fair 10*4 Sal.. Oct. X GRIPS  depot. Crafts, flea markei. bake  table, produce, skate t ski t doming swap raffle 683*2948. M3w  team to play  Highland  Bagpipes  Immtelesstmifrir all of/a  8864875  BROOKS* MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTO.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  frraVronrraamt  Friers*, Petri.  ii/UC-atstl-aor  ,'iL  ...ix-am-gG-m  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A  PERSONaUIZED  CHRISTMAS CARDS  15 or more from tamt negative  5x7 card k envelope  $2 each  owim BV MOV. 1  aae photooimphv  alGoaaaaPl Het CWaaa MaaSM  Slring bass late 1940s, painted  black, German plywood w/case,  S800.686-7781. I43w  Korg T3, $2000; Peavy Bandit 75,  $150; Traynor Bloc 100, $100;  Effect Pedals, $80.. 8864095.  tfns  Bus 885-2923  Res. B8S-S058  Reisz to Margaret wife of Frank, a  7 pound, 15 ounce ion, Byron  Jesse on October 14,1993. i43c  Thank you to all who volunteered,  organized, assisted, modeled, and  attended the fashion show at the  Gibsons Yacht Club Oct. 6. It wai  a great success. *43w  Do you need to stay in Vancouver  overnight occasionally? Stay with  us! Your own room, clean, quiet l  reasonable. Phone Carol 947*0169  or 255-3410. MScn  ART I CRAFT SALE  Sat., Nov. 27,11am-2pm, Gibsons  Legion hall, table rentals, $10.  888*7754 Of 686*2796.      K15w  Know thyself! Your life is in your  hands. Palmistry by Dometria. For  queries and appointment call 885-  0261. M7w  NEED A TUTOR?  Experienced, qualified teacher will  tutor students in all elementary  grades. Phone886*9l82.   ��43w  Adult children of Alcoholics or dys*  fwctionai families please call 886*  3649 or 685*4622 for help,     nc  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  686*9903, 885*7484, 886*9059.  Al-Atoen 886-2565 or 865*7484.  nc  Condo rental 885*5740 Puerto Val*  larta/Acapuico, beautiful beachfront, all amenities, pools, restaurants, activities, daily maid service.  Christmas in Arizona. Mobile home  available Dec. 15-Jan. 15, Apache  Junction (Mesa East). $850 US.  683*9410. ��44w  Five logging Iruck loads of lire-  wood. 885*7567 or 885*7553.  Win buy used or non-working major  appliances. 885*7897.      M5w  1960 or up 62*12 SCCC. model  shocked bike, good or great cond.  Phone Chris aft. 5pm. 883*9018.  Fishing rod ��� a good salt water;  sturdy enough to land those whoppers! Reasonable $. Call 886*7355  lve. mess. Hns  Hotwheels with redlines on lires  wanted by private collector. 885-  9306. tfns  Used building materials In good  cond. t buildings fo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 885-8889. Recycle .  Save. tfn  One old fridge, working exc. 885-  0624. I43w  Free ducks, 885*6409.      ��43w  GOOD STUFF  Indoor garage sale. Excellent  boys, infant lo size 5 dothes, toys  S decor. Renovation fixtures,  doois, rocking couch and matching  chair, household ilems, etc. 1553  Hwy 101, (across from Seaview  Rd). Sal. 10-4, Sun. 10*2.  (43oi  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Bake sale and plant sale al Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooifs Rd.,  10 am Sun. Nov. 14. Table rentals  $7. 885-4590, 865-9852, 685-  3305. I45cn  Help! The garage sale al Langdale  Elem. was so successlul we sold a  mint Perego umbrella stroller lhat  wasnl ours. If you bought it we'd  like to buy it back. Please call the  school 685*9971. M3w  TROPICAL FISH  GOLDFISH  25c and up, supplies, equipment.  885-9890. I44w  Litestrider treadmill, Nke new. 885-  2699. ��45cn  Glass lop colfee and end table,  white desk, Inglis washer t dryer,  large house plants. 686*2202.  #45w  Fibreglass shower stall, 30'.  basin, blue, $75; stainless steel  double sink, 86'x24\ $100;  playpen, folding, $10.885*7193.  ��45w  New 3/4 length fox jacket, $950;  typewriter, $30; set of encyclopedias, $100; 45 gal. aquarium  w/light and accessories, $100; Ikea  chair and ottoman, $50.886-4870  ask for Heather. #45w  70 ft. anchor chain; 25II. of 3 ft.  chain link fence; herring rake;  small pressure cooker, 36*cup coffee perc, other sundries. 685*2759  aft. 6pm. ��44w  Sm. Iridge, $75; wood healer,  $100; Franklin fireplace, $250..  035-3835. ��45w '           . i ... h  45-gal. aquarium, gravel, tiller,  light, heeler, vacuum, stand, $300.  885*5410. I45w  Dry seasoned lirewood, Gibsons,  $120 cord. 686*7774.        M5w  She turned me down! Exquisite  diamond engagement ring Irom  Swedish Jewelers ($4400) with  wedding band, $3200 obo. Box  404, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.      ��43w  One new Simmons twin bed on  metal trame and smooth casters.  885*5385. I43w  New carpon structure, 20x20, sleel  Irame, $450.885-0166.  MScn  $ CASH I  For used lurniture and various  items, good oond. 886*3254.14 5cn  Two pedestal Duncan Phife dining  suite, $1500 obo; RCA VCR 4-  head with VCR plus, $400; framed  mirrors, RCA camcorder, $600;  Safari video light, never used,  $200; stained glass Tiffany lamp,  $900; 4 poster queen size wafer  bed, $300; Bissel steam cleaner,  $200; Electrolux vacuum, $300; 2  vanities, $200 each, salon portable  hair dryer, $200; salon sink, $200;  Telefunkin TV, $250; Franklin Writ  car collection, $400; I960 Toyota  Corona, $500; Bradford exchange  collector plates, $50 each. 885-  6168. I45cn  2 pee. chesterfield, lighl Iweed,  $300; Lazy Boy space saver rocker  recliner (gold lone), $250 (both  recovered and in good condilion);  combination dishwasher, slove top,  oven 4 Ian, all fits in space of dishwasher, $650; 40 gal hoi water  tank, $20; Tires, 2 Good Year, 2  Sears Road Handler m/S P185/70  R14, nearly new, $150 set. 885-  3360 before 9 pm. ��45cn  Microfiche with s/m motor film,  $150; Bellsaw sharpening  machine, $600; small engine parts,  lot $1500; used parts and some  old saws, lot $200.885-5670M5cn  Beer fridge, $20; Demand H/W  healer, new $655, sell $425;  d/washer, $75; barrel stove, $100;  sofabed, $660; dresser, $180,866-  2390 M3w '  Firewood bucked, $60 * P/U load.  885*2342. ��45w  Stationary elect, cut off saw with  moveable bench ��� cuts 6' logs,  $100 obo; title Husquana 30.06 4  power Bushnell scope; 3 Briggs t  StrattwengTM. 885*6352. S45w  Large pub style sola and loveseat,  Truck canopy, lull size, good  S400 obo. 885*9626.       ��45cn    cond, $300.6854767.     ��45w  Whirlpool washer, rebuilt, $150;  Viking apt. size fridge, $150;  McClary stove, $75. All in good  working condition. 686-9511.  I45cn  Maytag coin-operated almond  washer, $279; Modem Maid Hack  serf-clean wall oven, $389; Hoover  while port, dryer, $199; Danby  white port, dryer. $199; Danby 12V  5 cu. ft. white Indge, $389; Kenmore 18 cu. ft. upright freezer  w/new comp., $379; Caloric court*  tenop stove with grill t Ian, $367;  Kenmore 30' white stove, $279;  and more! All appliances reconditioned w/wananty trom 90 days to  2 years. Phone Bjom 885*7897 or  Comer Cupboard 885*4434. M5w  Chest Ireezer, 7 cu. It., $200; Bean  built-in vacuum as new. $300.885-  0162. ��43w  Used Iridge and slove. $100 both;  woodstove, $50. 885*9689 alter 6  pm. I45cn  Admiral ss 18.2 cu If fridge,  almond, $575.685*9336.      ss  Apl. size Kenmore dryer, like new,  1 yr. old, $200 obo. 886*3484.  #44w  Apt. size Kenmore clothes dryer, 2  yrs old, $250.8850217.  MScn  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 etch obo. Contact Dave at  SI. Mary's Hotpltal. 865*2224,  local 60. tin  Cheil freezer, $75; Kenmore  washer, $50; portable dishwasher,  $25,885-3252. M5w  ���-SUM  az  Ui  -  - ��� '**��� ���--*-*   :^lrmkild_\ Coast News, October 25, 1993  19  TOPSOIL  Blch quality top soil by the t��n-  dem dumptruck load.  Langdale* Roberts Creak $250  Roberts Creek ��� Davis Bay $275  Davis Bay ��� Hallmoon Bay $215  While quantities last. Call W.D.  Excavating, 886-97(4 or call. I  l-aO-1526. tin,  tOO amp sq. D. panel. $25; 100  amp metre base, $10; 60 amp  temp, power pull, $100; two 165  R15 studded snow tires on Volvo  rims, $20; two 19575 R14 tires on  Schrader brick lined fireplace  insert, $250.685*9866 after 6 pm.  M3cn  FIREPLACE HEAT EXCHANGER:  heats 1,800 sq. ft., no Hue liner  required, glass door, auto fan,  24KT gold Inm, $650 cash (hall  price). Fits up to 37"W x 25'H x  16" deep. WASHER, Hot Point,  newer model, white, $265. 883-  2948.  M301  4x8 utility frailer, 14 in. tires. $550.  rims (Ford?), $15; 15x30 portable  885-4851 after 6. ss  insulated vinyl closet hut. $3000.  1979 Grand Marquis. $800 or  trade tor pick up. 885*7567 or 885*  7553. ��45cn'91 Isuzu Trooper,  cyl. auto, 4x4, 27,000 kms. 1 yr.  wananty. $14,500.886-8044.  ���45cn  1980 Ford Mustang h/b, sunroof,  stereo/tape deck, 6 cyl. auto, good  condition, $1200 obo. 886-8712.  MScn  1980 T-Bird. runs wall, $450 obo.  886*7626. ��44w  1988 Bronco II. 6 cy! aulo. Great  in snow1885*3281. MDL5936  1980 Honda Accord, silver w/blk.  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevelte; Honda Accord pans.  885*7167 ss  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 obo.  663*9234, ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  000886*7378 ss  1988 Ford Taurus, anVfm, Ac V6,  886*7815.  MScn  Orcana, all chord organ, $75 with  music. 886*9630. M5cn  Scuba equipment, Brooks seal  suit, $275; Sherwood Blizzard  Octopus, Stunno gauges, Tusa  BCD. Seallex belt and ankle  weights, US divers mask t  snorkel, blades, fins, knife, gloves.  AH excellent condition, $800. 685-  0676. M4cn  SCREENED  TO.PSOII.  FORS.AI-E  $18 per yard  plus delivery  885-9782  Wanted: Reel to reel lape recorder  in good working order. 885*2971.  MScn  Three Monarch metric steel belted  radiais, 185 R14's, $75.885*4503  eves. M4w  Mr. Jax 8 Mr. Leonard jackets S  skids, size 12 (like new), $80/ea.  6864206. M4w  14 in. bandsaw, $350; Bosch  bisket joimer, $350: dust collector,  $325; dado set, router bits, 12 in.  thickness planer, $550; 4 in. belt  sander, smart level, and bunder's  level, bull float, $100; compressor,  hose, nailers. Volks power gang  saw for cutting lath, stapler t staples. 4x8 4 2x8 assembly jigs,  offers. Greg 885*4150.     MScn  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600.885*3506. SS  Woodshed 11x15, bathroom vanity  countertop w/sink; 5 ft.; doors with  frames; zero clearance F/P; Ford  truck box cover. 8858170.  M3W  FIREWOOD  $100/cord, $110/dty Fir and Alder.  886-2369 eves. ��43w  interior, new parts, burns a little au|oW ��� ^      ^ ^  blue,$400obo.886*7311. *43w    e8B*7520or686*2111.  1947 Packard Clipper. 4 door.  $2.500.886*3337. #44cn  1988 Escort wagon. 4 cyl. auto,  cassette, one owner. 885-3281.  MDL5936  '53 Pontiac Chietton, 2 dr coupe.  $2000 firm. 886*8932.      IMcn  1990 Nissan Sentra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tres,  exc. cond., $5500.886*4837. ss  24 noun  TOWING  WALTS  886-9500/cel. 240-8575  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25,000 km. Beautilul condition,  one owner. $10,995 885*3281.  MDL5936  1988 5 sp. 4 dr.. red Nissan Sentra. $6000 obo. 886*4837.      SS  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, ac, all power, excellent condition. $4550.8854641.        SS  '85 Nissan King Cab, 5 spd, good  cond.. $2500.886*9062.   M5cn  Beater/mud racer, 1980 Chev 3/4  Ion 4X4. Body rusled out, good  mechanically, $500.886*3231.  M5w  30 ft. Iravel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, lurnace, shower. $6500.  865*4217. ss  1981 Dodge Maxivan, fully  camperized, no rust, mech. sound,  very low mileage. 885*8863. IMw  8 ft. Holiday camper for full sz.  truck, full sz. dbl. bed, 1 pc. metal  roof, ice box and porta-potti,  $1250.8853175. M4w  1975 Ford school bus. propane  engine, fully camperized, exc.  cond., $9000 obo. 885-3982J44W  1979 Okanagan 26 It. Flflh wheel.  Awning, stereo, hitch, etc., exc.  cond., asking $9500. 77 one ton  crew cab on Dwallies also avail.  Phone 885*5861. MSw  INSURANCE SALVAGE  12 ff. Fibreglass boat. Sears Kingfisher, built-in cooler, no oars,  $150 obo. 686*7694 aft. 6pm.  MSw  19 ft. deep-V Fibreglass hull. S500  firm. 8858915. MSw  1975 . Eagle, 18 1/2' hardtop.  Sleeps 4, no head, repowered '86  4 cyl. Volvo S 290 leg. Approx.  165 hrs., $5500. Refit 1 survey  ���93. $7875 firm. 6B5*4031.M3w21  If. Reinell cabin cruiser, 302 motor  rebuilt 351 heads, rebuill distributor, new water pump, new steady  bearing and U-joints. new stove  burners, new fresh water pump.  Needs leg work. $33,500 obo.  885-5134 pis. lve. message.  M3cn  1950 ��� 45 tt. LOA Monk Tri-  cabin, single 671 diesel rebuilt,  hull restored, as new Irom keel up.  Mahogany interior, completely  refinished, virtually all new components, beautiful, comfortable motor  yacht. Must be wen. Some finishing required. Cosmetic only, but  priced accordingly at $59,500,  which includes material lo complete. B85-0790 appt. only. M5w  1992 Gregor welded aluminum  boat. 1993 Evinrude 30 HP outboard, elec. start, Caulkins trailer,  $6000. 885-9677 days, 685*5065  eves. M5w  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992*1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 683*2456.      tin  1991 Explorer XLT 4X4, loaded,  42,000 kms., showroom condition al83M519-  $23,500. 886-2442 8858075. Ask  for Larry M5w  1975 KIT camper damaged in auto 5 "2 m*m> moorage, 40 fl slip.  accident. Contact Brouwer Claims  includes hydro and gate key at  1990 dlx. 24' motoihome A-1 condition. 886*9025. ss  M3cn    Jolly Roger. 685*9626.     M4cn  4 HP Evinrude O/B, $250 obo.  885-6385 M4w  1986 Pontiac Firefly, 3 cyl., 5 sp.  93,000 kms., good cond. 665* ^{tDim  4654.  ��44w  92 Aerostar XLT V6. 1 owner.  People Mover," tolal driving  Crib, car seal, high chair, stroller 1  extras, good cond., $300. 885-  7037. I44w  Two display cases, 6'x4'x3', $300,  and 4'x3'x3', $200.685*9507.  M4w  Colour pencil portraits from your  favourite photo. Pets, family,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6*8 wks. for delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tins  Carpenters helper Double toll bar  (adjustable) frame. Easily attaches  to any short box.(loreign/domestic)  truck, $100 obo. 886*0298. M4w  Diamond back Topanga mtn. bike,  t4' chromoly w/extras, $475;  hockey cards, all'82, most'81,   many   others;   O-pee-chee sink; Commodore 128 computer 19eo Ford F.350 van, V8, auto,  mechanical drafting arm, $100; complete w/pnnter, $250. 886* jM0oba8(M,27i       #440,  0750. ��43w   1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  completely refurbished, a great  family wagon. SALE $2,495.885-  '89 Tracker 4X4 convertable,  85,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 886*7556. ss  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $3500 obo. 886*7969. ss  Boys 20' Norco fumbleweed bike,  like new, asking $100; Turbo experience! 885-3281. MOL5936  graphics system and 2 games,  asking $50.886*9145.      M3w  Enterprise electric range, white,  works well, $100 obo. 686*3723.  ���43w  Ping pong fable, net and paddles,  $120.886*7159 alt. 6pm.   M3w  Coleman furnace for mobile home,  $200 obo; misc. single pane alum,  windows. FM $25 ea.; dbl. ceramic  1982 4x4 Eagle, 2 dr., $2000.886*  3694. IMw  -89 Honda Civic DX, p/s, p/b, 4 dr  auto. Like new. 42 k's. $7,200. Pat  886*4886. SS  1988 Dodge Caravan, 5 seater,  am/fm, good condition, $7800.  14401  MHR. TOWING  MIX AUTO MCYOIM  MOWING  88*5-9090  Parts for most makes foreign  domestic, S wheel drive,  4 wheel drive t some do drive.  Some parts Installation  available  Access te satellite  or  Peugeot road bike, small frame,  needs work, $100; motorbike, '63  XR500, $800. 866-3344 wkdays  all 7pm. M4w  IOOITOLUMBIR  NRTAIUMNOSAW.  ..MIUSIRVICiWIU.  COMIlOYOURPROKHTY  .   TOCUTYWRIOOS.  ���ri��� _______oa_ro  Dbl. dreiser t mirror as new,  $115; BID elec. lawn mower, $70;  Frymo lawn mower; 2 bird cages,  $7 ea.; exercise bike, $10; tood  dehydrate-, $30: king bed frame,  never used, $65; hair dryer, as  new, $10; IBM P.C. junior coi, .put-  era extras, $100.886*25l3.��44w  Toshiba lull size/full power digital  microwave, mint cond., $200.886-  4886 after 4:30 pm. ��44w  King size dresser, night table,  headboard and water bed, exc.  cond., $450. 886*4886 alter 4:30  pm. M4w  Gold Speed Oueen dryer, exc.  cond., $75; 10' satellite dish wiih  receiver, $150 obo. 885*6062.  M3w  Firewood for sale, split t delivered, Ml cords. 686*4899. M3w  4x8 utility trailer, 14 in. tires, $550.  8854851 all. 6pm. IS  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions,  Green Onion Earth Station  685-5644.  tfn  GOOD KAY  KOtVBale Delivered  Strew $4.00/bale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.59  Whole oitslOc/lb  Call Between 12*1pm  6854357   tfn  Ritchey stem w/mousfache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 886*2622, ask  for Annie. tins  Amiga 500 colour monitor, printer,  new H/D kit, 2 controllers, extra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  886*3280 or 8850924. tin  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replaoment filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bonaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,686-9665. tfns  Full size camper frig, stove healer,  $1500 obo. 886*2108. N  WRENCH HANDS  Fully equipped work space. We  can do it all or assist you. Also if  you have difficulties finding parts,  we will help you. Phone, Fax 886*  3631. ��4jw  1987 Tempo 4 dr., P/W, P/M., air  cond., AM/FM stereo, exc. cond.,  $3000.885-4054. ss  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 obo. 886*3648 ss  ���fajjR    ->  LOOKING  FOR A VEHICLE?  Vou tell ui whit you wint...  (year, make model)  we tall you who has It!  Dealer Pre-owned Vehicles  CAU TOLL FREE  1 800 567-553S  UtJMttf K<**Jn It"   ���[���"���SlI.iM.I il*   .pr*  "&* Awn MUtuh  <^Km^g/mg0ti:  1989 Grand Wagoneer 4WD. V8,  auto, leather, fully loaded, trailer  pkg, low miles. 885*3281  MDL5936   1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 886-  8032. ss  1980 Mazda RX7 5 sp., sunroof,  good cond., $2100. View at 444  Gower PI. Rd. 686*3832.   IMw  76 580 C Case backhoe, new  Shrubs $3* $4 each; sofa, $125.  brakes e��c. cond, $16,000 obo.  good condnion: 10 spd bike. $60  ��____ ��  885*7882. M3cn  Sako 7 mm Magnum complete  wilh Redfield 2x7 (scopel exc.  cond. Phone 886*3793.     MSw  286 computer 1 meg ram 40M HD.  1.44 M floppy, 14' color monitor,  Roland pnntei. Upgradable. $600:  14' paper while monitor. $75:  wood dining room set. seats 8.  $450,686*4743. M3w  400 Turbo tiydiamatic trans.; near  new far pot or loundalion sprayer;  60 amp. temporary power supply.  (43*  Wanted: Cats for parts, Teralrac or  Case. 686*8915. I43w  Cal 955 Irack loader $7,000 obo.  886*7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  886*2546. SS  1982 Escort lor parts, rebuilt  engine, new exhaust, good battery  and tires. $600 obo. 665-4594  alter 6 pm. M5cn  '90 Chev lumina. 4 dr. sedan,  auto.. P/B. P/S, cruise, AM/FM  cass.. as new. $8400. 885*9027  aft. 5pm. ' M5w  78 Westlalia. engine S trans, prof,  rebuilt. 1000 miles on. $1500 obo.  885-6352. M3w  1980 Firebird, biack T-Top, as is,  $1000 obo. 883*2576 eves M5w  Queen waterbed w/6 drawers.  $150: kitchen table. $75; clothes,  size 121 up. $5-$20: 4 kitchern  chairs. $25.665*5307.      M3w  Double futon, excellent condition.  $150.685*6375 or 885*9810.  M3cn  TOPSOIL  Gravels, fill, sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 665-5070.       M3cn  3 cushion chesterfield and chair, 1  swivel rocket, coffee table, double  bed w/box spring, 8 in. table saw,  range, dishwasher, chest of drawers, pieces of carpet/upholstery  material. 685*7076.       MScn    1992 Taurus V6 aulo. air. nil  2 pairs elder exterior French cruise,   airbag   and   more.  doors, $150; 6 original captain's Clearance sale price 885*3261.  chain, heavy wood, $350 obo. mdl 5936   M3cn  74 F250 4x4 new propane 390  engine. Rum excellent, $2,000.  Must sell. 885*7768.        MScn  79 Vorvo $300; 83 Ford Ranger,  $1650 obo; 79 Dodge work van,  $1400; 79 Jeep Wagoneer, $1650  obo.686-S9l5. MSw  77 Cadillac Eldorado, lully  equipped, good cond., recent  tune-up, $1800 obo. 886*0118.  MSw  72 Dodge Dan, runs, best offer.  886*3461. I43cn  1984 Dodge Caravan. 5 pass..  exc. shape, $3800.885*4217. ss  1984 Cutlass Supreme, 4 door, 6  cyl, new fires, air, needs some  woik. Lady driven. $2000 obo. Call  Bill 886*0051. MScn  '86 Pontiac Acadian, 4 door hatchback, auto, good running condition. Asking $1700 obo. 886*3358.  l43on  1985 Ford LTD station wagon, a/c,  no rust, good cond.. $1300 obo.  883*9290 after 5 pm. ss  77 Ford Econoline van. needs  work, good lor parts. $250 obo.  883*1114. M3w  77 Ford Maverick, needs work,  $250 obo. 883-1114.        MSw  GOV'T  SAFETY  CHECKED  1984CHEVS10  1984 REUANT  1985 TEMPO  1983 RELIANT  1981 CHEVETTE  1980VOLARE  Centurion Auto  5645 Wliarf Rd. Sechell  885-4004 Moi.aji/  Horse rmnure $2tVpickup or 2*30  you load. 865*9969.        M3cn  One owner, garage-ilteltered  1984 New Yorker sedan. Excellenl  cond. 686-7263. M5cn  1990 F150 Custom SOL. Auto. tilt.  cruise, cassette. 885*3281.  MDL5936  ''67 Plymouth Fury 3 VIP, 2nd  owner, 4 dr. hardtop, 363 eng.,  real clean, new paint, rebuill  trans., $1800 obo. '61 Dodge Colt  96,000 kms., red, cheap on gas,  sell or swap, $750 obo. 886*3631.  MSw  1992 GT Berefta V6 fully loaded,  moon roof. 50,000.1 owner, musl  sell, $13,800.534-0030.     MSw  1990 red Tracker with white  moulded hardtop. 4 WD. aulo,,  56,000 kms.. $9000.886*7992 alt.  5pm. M4w  79 LeBaron station wagon,  doesn't look great, but runs well.  Make an offer. 886-3540 eves.  M4w  '84 Honda Accord, sunroof. 5 sp..  new Ures. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  885*4054. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine m  very good cond., exc. lor pans.  $400 obo. Call 886*2622.     tfns  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sun-  root w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  686*7854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886*7150.  ss  1984 Mazda RX-7,76,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt clutch, master cylinder, front speakers 4x9 Infinities.  Reliable (strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 tfns  1987 F250 Ford, XLT 3/4 ton,  camper special, 6.9 diesel, exc.  cond.. low mileage, asking  $12,500.886-3158 eves.    M5w  1973 Chev 3 Ion dump, certified till  July/94,350 cu. in. 5 spd. split on  propane. 6 yd's aluminum box,  $6500 obo. 865*7567 or 865-  7553. M5cn  1969 2*71 stepside 4x4, fully  loaded, must sell. 886*7484.   ss  1962 Ford Courier, running condition, 886*9749. M5cn  1985 Ford Ranger 4x4, 3' lift kit,  new trans., rebuilt V6, sunroof,  $3800 obo. 885*7489.      I44cn  1983 Ford F250PU, 351V6 aulo,  PS/PB, cruise control, equalizer  hitch, electric controller. 126,000  kms., orig. paint. Outstanding  cond, $5000.883-2122.    IMw  '81 Chev 4X4. 350 VB, rebuilt  trans./engine. New tires, canopy,  lighten. 8664213. IMw  '81 CJ7 Jeep, 6 cyl., 4 sp.. new  tires, clutch, rad., gas tank, runs  good, body rusty, best offer. 886-  0969. MSw  '84 GMC P/U, 3/4 ton, propane  350 V8, good shape, great work  truck. $3500. Craig 886-2352 alt,  6pm. #43w  1986 Ford Ft50 302 V6 auto.,  38.000 kms, radio/tape, like new,  $8200.885*5740. M3w  1986 Ford F150 4x4, 302,5 spd,  canopy. Many extras. $9,700.885  ,4351 after 6. ss  72 Ford 250 p/u. 360 aulo, new  lires, sportsman canopy. Solid  truck, $2200.885*7401.        ss  1968 Ford F150 4X4, 302, 5 sp,  canopy, many extras, $9700.885-  4851 alf. 6pm. ss  '64 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  6864204. ss  1963 GMC 3/4 Ion, great shape,  automatic, $2400.885*5623 all. 6.  ss  '64 Toyola Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 obo. 886*7648.  ss  1951 Ford, 1 1/2 ton w/dumplng  Hal deck, $400 obo. 885-3835.  I45w  '91 Nissan P/U, shod box, 4 cyl, 5  sp, 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  886*9500. SI  72 GMC pickup, V8 auto., P/S,  good fires, reliable transportation,  good work truck, bul rusty. Firsl  $500 takes. View at Gibsons Marina. 886*7207. imw  1965 Ford Ranger, Good MPG,  AM/FM cass, Michelins, $3900  obo. 886*9249. IMw  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  aulo, looks and runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 886*7099. ss  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  885*7518. ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 886*3005 8am*  5pm. ttn  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., lilt, Sony  stereo, open 10 reasonable offers  886*7800. ss  69 3 ton Chev. flatdeck. 5 t 2  tranny. new Iront lires. needs  inspection. $3250.866-3001.  ss  77 Ford F-250, 54,000 miles,  good running cond, $1500. Paul  886*2695 aft. 6pm. tins  16 ft. fiberglass, 65 HP outboard  with cover and trailer, $2600.886-  9127. ��45cn  14 fl. aluminum boat, 9.8 Merc,  trailer, exc. cond, $1950 obo. 665-  6319. M5w  32 It. diesel sedan trailer, exc.  West Coasl cruiser, boat house  moorage avail., $95,000 even.  865*9459. I45w  19 1/211. Sangster inboard/outboard, runabout style, 8 ft. beam.  dV, near new canvas, some new  upholstery, new trailer with brakes,  blown engine, $4600 obo. 886-  8M5. MSw  Will trade a 14 ft. aluminum boal,  motor t frailer . oars for a 80 or  newer 35*50 HP, Evin. or Johnson, motor must be very good.  685X1249. M5w  12 fl. alum, boat, 7.5 Merc, motor,  trailer brand new, $1200. |w) 885-  6422.8860225, (h) 886*2592.  ���43w  Si-lex Loran C, $65: Mustang anti-  exposure coverall, $225; Volvo  290 leg, $2000; counter weighted  table and chairs, $75.883-2280.  IMw  1983 lishing machine 204 Campion wheelhouse. Walk-around 200  Merc outboard, 80 hrs. on new  power head, anchor pkge, winch,  VHF slereo ta depth sounder, 2  bait tanks, life jackets, downrigger,  Secret Cove moorage until  June/94. Asking $14,000. Phone  885*5661. M3w  KGKITMMME  tuinmn.  Cipltln llll Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  M.A.B.Y.C.   *Marfrn  Surveyors and Consultants  Two Chrysler 318 inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuilding, $1000; other is in fine  running condition, $2000. For  delails call Buccaneer Marina.  885*7888. tfn  12x40' two bdrm. mobile home,  $12,500,865*0604. IMw  24x60 Neonex modular home L/R  and D/R. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, lam.  rm. w/wood burning stove. 3 appl,  matching covered alum, deck,  large, private view lot with reasonable pad rent. Keith Road. Gibsons, 1 mile from shopping,  schools, $49,500 fitm. 886*7779,  MSw  New home  Now Set-up  in Family Park  Gibsons area  To view call  886*2597,597*3322.  tm  Pad tor rent, Bonniebrook Mobile  Home Park, avail. Nov. 1,  $190/mo. 886*2887. tin  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, car  boal etc.  Call collecl  597*3322 tin  New Park  28' Character Cnjl.tr - Comiaand  bridge, head, galley, sleeps four,  c/w dinghy, surveyed 1992.  ��14,000 HUM.  Phone Art: SH3J72  14 ft. alum, with trailer, $950 obo.  12 ft. fiberglass Boston Whaler  vnth trailer, $850 obo. 886-8836.  MScn  1990 Campion 21 fl. Discovery  210, Merc cruiser, soft top, Cudy  cabin, water cooled, excellent condition with Highliner trailer,  $21,900. Len 886*4504.    I43cn  17 ff. fiberglass 90 hp Merc.  Needs some work. $1850. 885-  4217. ss  1993 Whaler Rampage 18.5, cenlre console display boat al manu*  fact, cost, $10,500.885*7453.  MScn  New tandem axle trailer for 24'  boat. Brakes and galvanized, in  waler twice. $3500. No GST. Larry  883*26191X883-2456.     MScn  Protected moorage in Bargain  Harbour. 683-2930.        MScn  14 tt Starcralt, heavy aluminum,  $500. Consider trade/light car top.  865-4851 after 6. ss  18 ft. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800.883-  2297. ss  Security, fenced  and lighted  Halfmoon Bay  Area,  Reservations  Taken now  885-2703  Adult community  Rents from $235/mo.  For info, call  597*3322  28 It. Unifly fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic lish finder, lots ol extras.  George 8866139. as  1986 21 ft Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885*2503. ss  Must sell, 1969 550 Triumph, original condition, $2000 obo. 885-  7072. I45cn  '83 BMW. RS-100,1000 cc, white,  beautilul shape, lots ot extras,  $5900obo.665-7492.       M5w  1985 CR-125, new clutch, B tire,  good cond. $1200.885*7453.  MScn  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000,686*4746. ss  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond., 20.000 kms, $1450 obo.  865-5492. SI  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.6864616 aft. 7 pm.    as  1976 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message.    Una  '78 Hartey Sportster, exc. cond,  $3760.683*9040 hr. mess. IMw  Bayliner 24 C/B, rebuill engine, 4 Sh|rtd _mmmMiCA ���r com*  hrs, new upholslsry, UHF CB, 2 mud house for woman, between  depth soundsrs, $12,900.886* Se*elt��RI*r*.Ck 885-3502.  7255.                              SS IMw  16 H. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 885*9224  ss  16 ft. Sylveriiner fibreglass boal  hull, $400 obo. 883*1114.   MSw  Furnished or unfurnished housekeeping rm. or bdrm. with kitchen  privileges in Sechett or Gibsons  area lor semi-retired lady.  Evenings after 8pm 8866682.  MSw  79 Ford LTD, auto., PS/PB,  immaculate cond, only 73,600  kms. Near new lires, plus snow  tires, exc, reliable transport,  $2500.886*6451. I44cn  1970 Ford Ranchero, V8 auto,  green, 109,000 orig. miles, runs  great, very clean, $1200 obo. 886-  8400. IMw  1969 26.5 It. KIT 5th wheel, 2 dr.  fridge-freezer, stove w/oven, 4  burners. Ducted forced air. TV 1  radio antennae 4 CATV hook-up,  AM/FM stereo, 3 pee bath, queen  bed w/2 dbl. convertibles. Skylight,  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air, dual 30 gal. propane lanks. 16 ft  power, white, exc. cond, 35.000 awning, $16,995. Tow vehicle also  kms, $15,000 obo. 685-3623. ss    avail. 886*7417. I46w  whon you  pay for 2 Ineorflonm  SO  AH classifieds mutt be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  HI Mftt0r tho mOfldoy Of WMUMHf  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 cants  for oodi odationol wont,  froo: Lost, Found ft Free  Suro Soil ClassHlmds  $17 up to W words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you Instruct us lo renew it  by 'louafaajd deadline ��� Nor available for co-menial admrHm  Coast New��  CIASSINID DIADLINIf t  Monthly ItJIrien W*e>ke>n-!*r  S PM. THURSDAY NOON TUIIDAY  Gibsons 686-2622 Sechett 885*3930 20  Coast News, October 25,  1993  31   For Rent  35   Business &  Home Servn  !  Heliable long-time SC couple,  seeking leasable 2*3 bdim afford*  able house to rent. Willing to  redecorate, maintain house/garden/landscape. Gibsons * Haltmoon Bay. 886-2576.       ��44cn  Responsible couple needs 2 bdrm.  house, $400-$500/mo. Willing to  work in exchange lor reduced rent.  886-8314 M4w  Small 2 bdrm. Sandy Hook,  $550/mo. 885*7719.        MScn  2 bdrm. condo, furnished, 5 appl.,  S580mo 865*8831. M5w  2 bdrm. condos for rent, furnished,  view, $650/mo. 685-8831.   M8w  Davis Bay, watch the cruise ship  Irom this executive 3 bdrm. lamily  room, not tub, hobby craft room,  vaulted ceiling, garden, avail, mid*  Nov. Lease, refs req. $l200/mo.  Van. 872*3516 aft. 6pm and weekends. M5w  Avail. Nov. 1,3 bdrms.. 2 balhs, 3  appl.. NS/NP, W. Sechelt.  $825/mo.Ev 885*5290.      M5w  2 bdrm. duplex. Davis Bay, 4 appl..  near school. $625.886-8250.M5W  4 bdrm house, cul-de-sac localion,  upper Gibsons, avail. Nov. 1,  SeOOmio. B85-2779. MSw  Sechelt. Available immediately, top  lloor ol house. 4 bedrooms, close  to school and all village amenities,  private back yard, carport, lire-  place, $800/mo. Phone Derek 1*  732-1716. M5cn  Davis Bay, gorgeous new execu*  tive rancher. 1500 sq. ft.. 2 bdrms.  den, 2 baths, family room, gas fireplace. 3 decks, 1/3 acre privacy.  $900/mo. Dec. 1.8854882.14501  2 bdim suite, $575/mo. Lower Gibsons, available immediately. Large,  spacious, all fixtures and appliances white, including walls. Carpets light beige. Private entrance,  deck, storage and hoi water tank.  Shared laundry, lots of parking.  Ask for Mamie 681*6990.  #4601  Immaculate 2 bdrm. rancher in  West Sechell. All appliances incl.  washer 8, dryer. $825/mo. Phone  886*8337 aft. 4 pm lor appointment  to view. tin  2 bdrm. home on Redroolls Rd.,  private, avail, immed. $750/mo.  885*4452. M5w  2 bdrm. mobile near Gibsons  Plaza, quiet, $475/mo. 8850604 or  M5w  Atari. Nov. 1, small 2 bdrm house.  Suit single or working couple. 5  min. from ferry and stores. N/S. No  pets. 685-7590 after 6 pm. I43cn  RV for rent on site at Langdale  Heights RV Park. $350/mo, hydro  included. 886*2182.        M5cn  Spacious modern country home,  shared accommodation * sauna,  l/p, w/d. Rooms avail. $350425 *  ulil. Call 886*8782 or 886*0014.  14(01  Two housekeeping rooms. First,  $280/mo.; second, $150/mo. 886-  0539. M5cn  Townhouse. 1500 sq. ft.. 1 1/2  baths, shopping and schools. 5  appis.. enclosed garage, 3 elects.  yard, f/p, n/p. $850/mo. Avail. Dec.  1.886*9604. ��45cn  Bachelor suite. Gibsons, semi-furnished. $450/mo. 8B5*6O09.l45cn  Upper Gibsons, large modern 1  bdrm. view ste., 5 appl., F/P, $550  Also, lum. bach, suile. $350. 686*  0126. M4w  2 bdrm.. good area, F/P, carport.  $550.886-7400. ��4w  Renovated 2 bdrm suite. Gibsons  Landing. $525/mo. 885*8895.  ���Men  Roberts Creek 3 bdim. 1 bath,  organic garden, wood/elec neat.  N/S, N/P, refs req. $800/mo 886-  9409 Iv. mess. M4w  Ground level 2 bdrm suite. Welcome Woods, children s pels welcome, $500/mo. ulils met 885-  8036. ��44w  3 bdrm. main floor nouse on quiet  cul-de-sac, F/S, 1/2 mils. Gibsons.  886*7669 all. 7pm. M4w  2 bdrm. house, partially lumished.  $500/mo 8850462. M4w  Houm in Roberts Creak i bdrm  plus den on acreage, avail. Nov. 1.  $695. For more info call 298*5215.  M4w  1 S 2 bdrm cottages avail, immed.  N/S. N/P. Free use ot dock and  small fishing boat. Cable included.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 883-  9569. tins  New 2 bdrm condo, downtown  Sechelt, 4 appl., N/P, N/S,  $675/mo. Avail. Nov. 1.6854546.  M4cn  Two 1 bdrm suites, avail. Nov. 1.  Very clean, close to transit and  shopping in upper Gibsons.  Includes laundry. $475/mo. t  $525/mo. 886*2223.        M4cn  Centrally located condo. 2 bdrm ���  den, i 1/2 baths, l/p, garage, 5  appliances, refs. req. Call Lauretta  886-2277 or 886-9683.     M4cn  Large t bdrm, 1/2 duplex, near  Davis Bay beach. Woodstove,  yard, $475/mo. 885*4862. M4cn  Commuters, Langdale, 2 bdrm *  den house, 5 appl., N/S, F/P, refs.  req. 886-0041. M4cn  Sschelt 1 bdrm suite, brand new,  private, W/D, single professional  N/S. 885*7161 after 5 pm. M4cn  1 bdrm + den, view house, lower  Gibsons. Avail. Nov. 1. $600/mo.  271*0753. M4cn  W. Sechelt, shaied accommodation, large lovely renovated basemenl suite Gieal pnvale fenced  yard Rent neg. Avail Ocl. 15. 939-  54861V mess. M4w  Avail. Nov. 1, 3 bdrm. townhouse,  $7507mo. . utils plus 1/2 monlh  deposit, rels. req 886*8641.M3w  2 bdrm partially lurnished condo,  Secrel Cove, $650. Avail Nov. 1.  885*7882. ��43cn  New Apts. on Wharl Rd. Two  bdrm. wilh balcony, 4 appl., laundry room. S security dooi.  $800/mo. plus utils. Rels. leq. 885*  4103. M6w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Vttik  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  3 bedroom duplex  $900/month  Pleasant 2 bdrm ground suite,  $450,886-7400.  14501  2 bdrm man floor of house. 3 appl,  share W/D and hydro. Carport, f/p,  avail. Nov. 1,$750/mo. 885*7016.  14501  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm, $6001  1/2 util. W.D avail 886*3466.  14301  Gibsons 3 bdrm bungalow with  ocean view. C/W W/W, air light  F/P, fridge, stove, W/D. Large sundecks, large garage, extra parking.  Avail. Nov. l.S900/mo. 936-6883.  14401  Nov. 1, 1 person, W. Sechell,  bachelor suite, quiel, employed  malure, N/S 885-5307.     M3w  W, Sechell, clean . bnght t bdrm.  suite. Separale entrance, ocean  view, suit single working person.  885*3630 MSw  Wesl Sechelt. lovely large 1 bdrm.  bsmt. suite with lenced. private  yard. Laundry incl. $500/mo. Avail,  Ocl. 15. Deidre 939-54B6 Iv. mess.  MSw  3 new. permanent/long term RV  sites now ready al Bool Hill RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 Keilh Road, 1  1/2 miles up Cemetaiy Road, Gibsons. 886*9764 or 220*1526.  dns  2 bdrm. side duplex, Gibsons,  $700.  2 bdrm. lower suite, Gibsons,  $575.  2 bdrm. lower waterlront suite ,  Halfmoon Bay, $600.  2 bdrm. furnished. Tuwanek, $500  2 bdrm. Selma Patk, $700.  Sussex Realty  Property Management,  Dave Austin, 885*3295.  M3w  Sandy Hook, brand new waterfront  home, sandy beach, 3 bdrm., 2  bath, appl., $900/mo. + ulils. 1-  266*3419. M5w  Ground level 2 bdrm. suile in Wel:  come Woods. Children 1 pets welcome. $500/mo. ulils incl. 885-  6036. IMw  Newly renovated 3 bdrm. house in  Haltmoon Bay, new appliances,  F/P, $725*1)0.885-3458.    MSw  Waterfront cabin, suit single person, fully furnished, shod term only  - max. May 1994. $500/mo. plus  utils. 886*9238. IMw  QIBSONS  Spacious 1 bdrm. apt. in 2 yr. old  building. Ground floor, central location, 4 appl., avail, immed., $575  incl heat 8 hydro. 296*5215.  MSw  Lovely large housekeeping rooms 1 bdrm w/f suite, bright, clean,  in privale suite. Rent neg., avail, laundry, balcony, $350/mo, 883-  00.15.939-5486. IMw   9177. MScn  4 bdtm house cul-de-sac location,  uppei Gibsons. $800/mo. Avail.  Nov. 1 885*2779 I43cn  Central Gibsons spacious 2 bdrm.  large deck, spectacular view,  $595/mo ��� util. 886*0775. M3cn  Waterliont, Redrooifs. 3 bdrm, 2  1/2 baths, easy waler access.  Avail. Dec. 1.$1100.291-8184.  ���43cn  Waterlioni, Hopkins Ldg., 3 bdtm,  2 balh. Avail. Nov. 1. $900/mo.  988*5031. I43cn  Renovated 2 bdrm lower 1/2 ol  house. F/P, covered parking, nice  yard, quiel, near park in lower Gib  sons. $495 . 1/2 ulil. Nov. 1. 886*  8526. MScn  Lower Gibsons, view house to  share. 4 bdrm, W/D. 886*7286.  #4301  Gibsons. 3 bdrm immaculate view  townhouse (duplex), 4 appl., carpon, garden, close to everything,  $850/mo. 685*5659. I43cn  One bedioom apt, lower Gibsons.  Pnvate deck and garden, overlooking marina, bright & sunny new  kitchen, bathroom, laundry. Quiet  secure building. $650. The West-  port 886*3420. I43cn  One bedroom apt. lower Gibsons.  New kitchen t bathroom, quiet and  secure building, laundry, close to  all amenities. $590. The Weslport  686*3420. 14301  Irvines Landing, ocean view, furnished i bdrm cottage, avail. Ocl.  1. S350/mo t utilities. 863-9403 or  1-940*1559. #4301  1 bdtm lower Gibsons, good view.  Avail. Nov. 1. $525/mo. Grant  Really, 886*3330 or 886*7630.  MScn  1 bdrm apt. walking distance lo  Plaza 8 bus. $4 50/mo 886*9376.  MScn  Gibsons 2 bdrm. 1425 sq. It town-  home, 4 appl., carport, sundeck,  dose lo shopping 8 schools, avail.  Oct. 1/93. $775/mo. 886*4660. ttn  Roberts Creek low bank Waterfront  properly, two bedrooms, $1,100  per month.  Two bedrooms, plus guest suite - a  home in a private setting - on  Ocean Beach Esplanade/Bon-  niebrook, $1250.  Two bedroom house lower Gibsons, $675/mo. plus utils.  APARTMENTS  One bedroom plus den, central  localion, $600 per month, plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heal and hoi waler,  $625.  One bedroom apartment, central -  rent includes heat and hot waler,  $525.  Two bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot water,  (Nov. 1], $550.  One bedroom central, view, (Nov.  1) $525 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. ft. warehouse and olfice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.       j  886-3330  2 bdrm townhouse. t/p. pnme Iocs- Roberts Creek Legion requires  lion in Gibsons. Very clean. Close *��' person for most Fri. 8 Sat.  to amenities Avail, immed. 6 appl. evenings. Call Dave al 866*9984  $800 886*3218 or 733*7211. aftei 6pm. ttn  I43cn  2 bdrm house Gibsons. Avail,  immed. W/D, No pets. N/S.  $6b0/mo. Shared hydro. 886*8287.  ��43cn  Mica laige watertront apt. al Secret  Cove. Vear round. $550/mo. Call  Hayden 885*9368, Iv. mess,   fin  COZV HOME.  Large  room,  $41 li hw including utilities. Mature  N/S adults. 686*3779.      M3cn  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500.886*7018. ttn  Gibsons. 2 bdtm apt. with patio t  skylight. Utilities not incl. $550/mth.  886*7018. tfn  Immaculate 2 bdrm. condo with  view, garage 8 basement  $700/month. Avail, immed.  NRS SECHELT REALTY  68540)3  tfn  Fully lurnished studio suite wilh  kitchenette. TV, linen setvice and  guest laundromat. Located across  ttom Gibsons Yacht Club 1 Marina. 886-3343. tfn  2 bdim, main floor. 3 appl., shared  W/D and hydro, carpon, F/P, avail.  Nov. l.$75(Wno. Len885*7016.  MScn  Assemble light products al home.  Excel, income, easy woik. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  ext. A74. ttn  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Anyje*  886*4788  Journeyman mechanic wilh aulo  and marine services. Available,  with reasonable rates. 886-3605.  MOcn  DOWN TO  .EARTH  Gardening Seivices  Iff tknc to put your  5-Mdcn to bed.  Let us help you.  KATHRVNMUSSEUS  885-3458  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work af an affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht  685*3372 or 885*7169. Itn  All types of construction, renovations, qualify workmanship, fair  prices. For last, free estimates, call  Don 685*3557. Rets, avail.  #4401  I'M YOUR HANHMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Soianums. No job loo small. Bill al  866*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502.866-3684. tfn  PAINTING  Call lack lor your painting needs.  Reasonable rates, special rates lor  seniors. 886*0070. M5w  Help On The Way  Windows, gutters, cleaning, small  repairs, etc. 886*3188.     M8cn  REROOFING* RENOVATIONS  ���REPAIRS  Reasonable prices, guaranteed  work. 889*5696 cellular, anytime.  MScn  Computer Friendly  a Custom piogr,ntis. consulting  ��� Bookkcfpfng ft accounting  * Tax returns  ��� Excellenl references ���  885-8848 phono/fax  Nancy Horvath  PLAYMATE DAYCARE  Spaces avail, in a licenced lamily  daycare incl. one space open lor a  0-2-yr. old. Full daily schedule,  lunches and snacks provided.  Rels. avail. Yvonne 886*4643.  Babysitter needed 2 half days per  week tor 2 children, ages 6 mos. 8  3 years, in our home. Refs. req.  8864821. M301  Child care avail, in my brighl,  happy home for all ages, shiftwork,  drop-ins, F/P time. Reasonable  rates, meats and snacks, incl., rets.  6864527. I4SW  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos * school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, with  trained statf. 886*3913.     M9w  Spaces still avail, for Nine-Three-  Seven After School Child Care at  St. Bart's church hall. North Rd. t  Hwy. 101, 3*6:30pm 886*2064 or  886*7118.      tin  Molher of 2 in W. Sechelt would  like to lake in a 2 t/2 yr. old $  older. Rels. avail. 8B5-2323.I43W  HAMMER ON  CONSTRUCTION SERVICES  Lei us help you wilh your project  from beginning to end. 8850593.  IMw  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care seivice, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 685*2228.  LOWER GIBSONS  Ollice. Heal 6 lighl included.  $l75/mo. 1*7364804.      M5cn  Workshop/Warehouse for rent.  1654490. tfn  OFFICE FOR RENT  Office for rent al Rockwood Centre  for non-profit group wanting private, quiet space in a friendly, cooperative ambiance. $200 includes  heat light and parking. Phone 885*  2522. tin  Warehouse space for lease, 1600-  3000 sq. ft. Hwy 101, Gibsons. All  facilities avail, incl. large loading  dock. 8854193. tfn  Small office, upper Gibsons. 885*  5539. tin  Roberls Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parlies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. lln  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up lo 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceil*  . Ing. heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  ' bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886*2663 days, 886*9075  eves. tin  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaranleed work. Call  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Richard. 8860962. ��45cn    Woik. Free eslimales. 885*2109.  Drywall and taping. Quality workmanship, fair prices. For fast, Iree  eslimales, call Don 885*3557.  Refs. avail. M4cn  tfn  LaANDSCaAPE  CONSULT.-VNTS  Design  Supervision  Management  886-3015  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. References  available. 886*3463. tins  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Sealy 683-  297B. tin  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commercial - Residential  886*0180 Iv. mess  tfn  HOMDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUS0VA8NA  FOREST ft GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  dealerships  available for Sechelt  Cell Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  ScRKXIS INQUIRIES ONLY  40. Too Late To  Classify  Births  Paul and Caroline Nicholson are  very proud to announce the birth of  their son, Gavin Nicholson, on  October 12,1993 at 10:27 am af  St. Mary's Hospital. A very special  thank you fo all the nurses on staff  for all your care and attention.��43c  InMamoriam  aitaana Landing  ProtMilonal Bldg.  ~mtrilkt,abe-mtiC  Furn. otlice and conference  room with oceanview for renl  on a dally baala. One  unfurnlahed otlice available  Nov. 4. Located near marina  and peel office. Ful secretarial  and admin, services available.  toW.ee*-Ber*t**tX!-  erlM-_elt4tmm$ie*eel,  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  Expeiienced house cleaner available, reasonable rales and good  references. 6864860.       IMw  BOBCAT  Quality work! Done right! And on  time! Backfilling, excavating, leveling, landscaping, gravel driveways,  cement preparation, ground compacting, clean-up and lighl hauling,  snow removal. Best rales, tree  estimales. Gary's Bobcat Service  688-2203. MScn  The Old Woman  "What does she miss about me?'  you may be asking them, Howard.  I miss serving you your cup and  plate, putting your clean clothes in  1     HALLMARK CARD SHOP  SUNNYCREST HAU  Sales person required. Must be  enthusiastic and people oriented.  Flexible mall hours, approx. 32  METZ APPLIANCE  REPiUR  ��� Same day service  ��� Sfid-aUilafiantaUt  ��� Sales ir Service  Haivey  All work nurantml  487 Pratt Rd. Gibsons 886*9959  [Imt^'caV* Hantaan ��r**a��l  Carpet and vinyl installation. 20  yrs exp. Free estimates^* J^J-���'-' ^"JJJo*      preparing frjods I knew.you enjoy,11.ni  atfj^ltimes, your wise J-rt^Bfl.,. ���,*  ing dogs lie' counsel, never hearing you swear or yell, your "kill 'em  with kindness' ways, your success  at 'lightening the mood' when a  meeting disagreement becomes  too serious, your charm, cleanliness, gracefulness, shyness, sen*  ������������������������������ sitivily, and generous thoughtful-  Clean up / dump service, window was of your fellow man.  washing, grounds maintenance, Fjyavyn. 143c  elc. Man / men available. Casual    ���   or regular basis. Rob 886*3822.      Autos  #44cn      ������������������������������������      '77 Monarch, 302, body in exc.  Honest reliable woman for house* cond., runs good, $200 obo. 886*  deaning. 885*3502. #Mw    7212. MSw  For Rent  Need some help? Handy all-round  woman. Trip planning, phone calls,  driving, paying your bills, special  hrs/week. Call Darlaine collect evenlSj i^ndry, tutoring, wallpa-  987*9702 between 10 am and 5 pBring ciean boats, cars, RVs,  prrt Mtoi    Hghi ga-dening. 886*7039. MScn  L7��l  BCYCNA  B*I'(H  C0UMM  ANO TUAQN  COWaU-ifT*  AarSOCUTItM  A/-4-W C��e*+ptfuA  Thase aos appear m mora than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and raecti more than 3 million reeder*.  TO PLACE AN AO CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  331  AUTO  BUSINESS  To place an ad in this paper call 886-2622  mi, rn._m.mm     i .aaa a-. suaa. ����-al  $225-  KWMCH.d4l.onal word  oepomuiuriM  ENGINES rebuilt irom $795.  ENGINE nmonoiuaun Irom '  $995. 6 months to pay.   6 j  Year 120,000 warranty. Bond  Mechanical building engines  tor 29 years. 972-0641. 8 B.  7dayt,    CANADA ENGINES LTD  Quality Guaranteed Rebuilds '  6 Cyl Irom $995. ��� VB trom ,  $1,095 0yf 120,000Km.im- '  .ledwarranty 580 I050or I !  800-665-3570. 12349-M4 .  Ave.  Surrey     BCAA Ap  proved.  F-250, 4X4's. Cummlni Die* ,  ���at, Eipiortjrs, Rangers.  Trucks. Up 10 $1500. cash i  rebate "0" down O.A C  Payments Irom $!B9/monlh  Phone Grant collecl 536  2779   Dealer ��eM7,  HU IBUKUIL  Annie's Home Bed ft Breakfast. Homncooking, Mot Tub.  AJwcatenrigio special needs  (Dietary & Physical). Host  ess' Anna Wiebe. 30511  Sandpiper Drive, Matsqui.  B.C V2T 5N2 Canada  (904)864-9400. 864-0772.  ___JtM_B!l__l3VetUim\   DOORS! WINDOWSI Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French Doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collecl to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVES WANTED. I  HOME   IMPROVEMENT/  NEW    CONSTRUCTION ���  PRODUCT, ideal tor retired |  handyman or ful time Small  investment required. C^ JeH:  250 3974 - Days 944-  0640   Evenings.   GALIANO ISLAND 2 Business Opportunities: rasiau  rant, lormerly historic general store, by Femes  $325,000. Busy resort set on  22 tabuious acres  $1,200,000. Roiemery.NRS  Galiano Island Realty Lid  i_l___U___.   ���U��WWfMtW*L9  ADD a utue SpJoti Lovely  roommates ��� Keren, Unda,  Cheryl - have exciting personal photos io there. Free  mlo: Karen, Bos 670 GB.  Kelowna, B.C, VIY 7P4.  Adults Please!  CMMunumm  WESTERN CANADIAN  SCHOOL ol Auctioneering,  neil course Nov.16 -Nov.2*  1993. For a free brochure,  cali(403)2S0-T281orwrlteto  ��5,2O03McKnighlBlvd.,N.e.,  Calgary T2E 6L2.  eJUCATWH  Train to be en Apartmenf  Condominium Manager. Free  Job placement sssi stance-  Government Licensed correspondence course. 2,200  graduates wortung For FREE  brochure: R.MJ.1.681*5456  ot lflOQ-66S_633��.__..-  titPlQIttttfl  $$$Chnstmas$UYES!Eem  $$$ Irom home No assem  o-ypertonaJ selling. immeoV  aie Free Into. RushSA.SE  Ins-gni Enterprises. 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Staff physiotherapist required on a  casual basis possibly leading to  lock Homes Security 885*3557.  part-time work. Apply to St. Mary's  Hospital c/o Frank Marino, Oreclor  of Human Resources, Box 7777,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.      ��43cn  VACATION aPOTS  BEST PRICES IN WHISTLER. Best condo . hotel  rooms. As low ss SS9/nlghL  Swimming pool, Jacuzzi .  Sauna. SEA TO SKY  1*800*667.5529.  V WOO AMES  MORTAL KOMBAT  SNESS75 GENESIS S70  Hundreds of video games for  ALL systsms from CANADIAN MAIL ORDER company. Phona or write for Iras  listing. SusrVlsion Games  Dopt253 1857 Wast 4th Av<  enue Vancouver BC V6J t M4  {804)737*1061.  Irvines Landing marina 8 pub,  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 883-1145. tin  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Tutors needed in Gibsons and  Rbts. Ck. for English as a Second  Language program.  Animal lovers needed for 2 hr.  shifts at the SPCA.  Cancer Society of BC needs volunteers to assist with their programs.  Recycling depots in Gibsons and  Sechelt need attendants. Hourly  wage paid tor time worked.  For these and other opportunities  call The Volunteer and Information  Centre 885*5881. ��42w  Pre-school music teacher, 1/2 hr.  per week. 885*2460.        ��45w  MOUNTAIN  CUT  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  RRH.SIO.C44. CIBSONS VON IVO  Slflei GoAjuU S  fypJwlUeVUf  SliAMClEANINGOf CARPII  S UPHOI ST[RY CARPtT  REPAIRS �� RISIRUCIIING  ���FREF. tSllMAtfS"  Serving Powell River t,  Sunshine Coasl  885-4648  Audiotape transcription, Word processing, Mailing lists. 885*9419.  ���43*  Mature, responsible lady lor house  cleaning or babysitting. Refs.  avail., please call Joan st 886-  9879 anytime. ��43*  Loving Gramma type to care lor  kindergarten sludent, 2 afternoons  weekly, Hallmoon Bay area. 885*  0168. M5cn  Childcare required in Langdaler for  3 school-aged children, weekdays.  Your house or ours. 886-4610.  143*  Teddy Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  Plastic flamingoes lor rem. Novelty has spaces lor 3*5 yr. olds and  t custom pnnled belloons. Flamin* after school age children. Call 885-  r^ Fun. 896*4743. ��43w    2721. M3cn  QET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!   tP^:mm*m-~-,^  r ,.,������:-*������-~--_ -**, -,  ��� n���-��m_t'm  .'���.*..-����������.*������-.���  i_____m��__. Coast News, October 25, 1993  21  news  School expansion postpones  Gibsons sprinkling bylaw  by hn Cobb  The mandatory installation of  sprinklers in new and renovated  commercial buildings, as outlined in Gibsons town council's  Bylaw No. 700, was put on hold  until next year because it interferes with school expansion  plans.  Council went into its regular  Tuesday meeting last week prepared to give the final reading  of the bylaw, which is designed  lo amend Building and Plumbing Bylaw No. 452. But after  Sunshine Coast School District  representatives and a local  architect aired their concerns  about the bylaw and after deciding the bylaw needs more work,  council decided to rescind the  third reading, made Oct. 12.  School board of trustees  chair Pat Stuart addressed council as a representative of the  school district and expressed  concerns about Ihe additions of  sprinklers to Elphinstone Secondary School and how the cost  of a proposed expansion program would increase by  $306,000.  The project is currently budgeted at $2-million.  "The introduction of a sprinkling bylaw will seriously  impact the expansion project at  Elphinstone. The funding level  has already been set as a result  of last year's building plan  application but no allowance  has been made for sprinklers.  Retrofitting the older part of the  school would be extremely  expensive," she said.  Stuart told council the school  has a "very rigorous" fire prevention program and meets all  ministry of education requirements.  "Our schools are safe places.  Our schools comply with  national and provincial building  codes that require Ihe use of fire  rctardanl materials and, in addi-  ,>we provide sophisticated  l alarm systems that summon  fire departments automatically."  If council passed Ihe bylaw,  she said, "We would lose the  funding for the expansion at  Elphinstone as it does not fall  within the allowable budget. We  would be faced with reapplying  for the project next year."  She added that the likelihood  of having the project approved  During  Mark Twain's  days as a newspaperman,  he wu editor of a small  Miiaouri paper. One day he  received a letter from a  subscriber, staring that he  had found a spider in his  paper, and asked if this  wu an omen of good or  bad luck.  Twain replied: "Finding a  spider in your paper is  neither good nor bad luck.  The spider was merely  looking over our paper to  tee which merchant was  not advertising so that he  could go to that store,  spin his u/eb across tlie  door, and lead a life of  undisturbed peace ever  afterward."  COAST NEWS  and  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDER  885-3930  886-2622  would be shaky thanks to  "diminishing dollars in education" and two new middle  schools will be in the school districts building budget requests  next year.  'The sprinkling bylaw  will seriously impact  the expansion  project at  Elphinstone'  -I'M Stuart  "We believe students in Gibsons shouldn't have their education hampered," she said, pointing at Chatelech Secondary  School and schools elsewhere  not having to meet the same criteria.  Architect Richard Williams  wrote council asking them to  delay the final reading unlil "it  has had sufficient time to examine all sides of this issue."  "While sprinklers are essential in some buildings (ie hospitals and detention facilities), it is  my opinion that sprinklers are  an unnecessary expense in many  structures," he wrote.  Williams backed up his opinions by detailing contact he^s  had with Harold Locke, president of Locke, MacKinnon,  Gibsons and Associates, "the  foremost building code and fire  protection consultants in Vancouver."  "Mr. Locke shares my opinion," he wrote.  "It is not possible to talk  about affordable housing or reasonably priced construction  when the cost of building is  unnecessarily inflated by questionable bylaws," he concluded.  After reviewing Williams letter, councillor Ted Hume said,  "In the light of some information he's put in this," council  should table the bylaw "until  further investigation is done.  There's a lot of info here somebody is missing."  He exclaimed that if there's  anything they (council) don't  know about before passing a  bylaw, "we should bloody well  find out what it is."  After agreeing to rescind the  third reading and wave it until  February of next year, mayor  Eric Small suggested council  request further input from the  public and other building code  and fire code authorities before  proceeding.  MUST SELL  BEST OFFER  ALL CEDAR HOUSE  5818 DEERHORN, SANDY HOOK  New house, 2,500 sq. ft., with view  3 levels, 3 bedrooms,  wood stove & fireplace.  Open house - phone 885-0331  CLIP & SAVE  O BCSRies Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdalo  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  Leave Hortaahoa Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      5:30 pm  11:30        7:25 M  1:15 pm    9:15  Uava Elite Cove  6:40 am      -MCpm  8:20 8:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Laava Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pn  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       8:20  COASCTEWS  The Coast News  Our 48th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast  /WORE TRUCK  Ford F-Series, Drive a Leader!  ��� Best Selling Truck in B.C.f  ' #1 Selling Truck in Canada for  27 Years  ��� Larger Standard Engine than GM  ��� More Towing Capacity than GM  Loaded with Standard Features!  ��� Driver Side Air Bag  ��� 4.9 Litre EFI Engine  ��� 5 Speed Manual Transmission  ��� Power Brakes with Rear ABS  ��� AM/FM Stereo  AVAILABLE AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS BEGINNING ON OCTOBER 23,1993.  tBased on 1992 Compusearch registrations. Vehicle may not be exactly as shown/Based on retail purchases of 1994 F-150 Special 4x2 Regular Cab with PEP 826A from dealer  inventory. $13,320 with cashback deducted. Freight included. Excludes applicable taxes and licenses. CST is payable on full amount of purchase price before cashback  deducted. Dealer may sell for less. Limited time offer. Offer available at participating dealers to residents of British Columbia only. See dealer for details.  British Columbia  Ford & Mercury Dealers  FORD  SOUTH COAST FORD       wharf rd., sechelt ��� 885-3281 ��� mdl #S936 22  Coast News, October 25, 1993  Retirement Income...  ��� How do you get thc most  from your savings at retirement ?  ��� How do you find out which RRSP  income options* are best for you?  Lawrence K. Chambers. (11'  CHAMBERS  PIANNINC siaviaIs  For Professional Retirement  Income Planning  Call 886-9111  Skea  spars  briefly  with  SCRD  We've more than jusl tires!  ALIGNMENT* COMPUTE  I SUSPENSION CHECK & LUBE  \\Wi  2 WHEEL  $4195  4 WHEEL  $54,95  Coastal Tires  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  LONG  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  UN WMY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storiga, Local t Long Distinct Moving  HWY. 101.GIBS0NS    'ySffiSfiLT  S66-2664  from page I  "It's the only way to fly,"  says Skea, "You use common  sense and make things as simple  as possible."  Skea figures it will take him  ihree years lo finish his project  wiih the majority of work taking  place in a temporary shed structure now erected in his front  yard.  The shed is 110 feet long, 40  feel wide and 10 ft high, and it  didn't go up in Ihe middle of  Hopkins Landing without also  raising a few eyebrows down at  regional district offices.  "I've been getting a wee bit  of hassle from the regional  board, bul I've had a talk with  Peggy Connor and I think I've  got them won over," Skea says.  "It is after all only a temporary  structure.  "Besides," he says pointing  toward his house, "(The shed)  blocks my mother-in-law's view  in Ihe downstairs suite. I don't  need to post a bond, I've got to  answer to my molher in law."  if  Sechelt poised for improved enforcement  by Stuart Burnside  It may not be Robo Cop, but  Sechelt council took a further  step toward upgrading the  municipality's bylaw enforcement practices Wednesday  afternoon when it gave third  reading to a bylaw establishing  the Municipal Ticket Informa  tion (MTI) system.  "The bylaw (for implementing MTI) now goes to the  Attorney General's office for  review before council can give  fourth reading," said municipal  clerk Michael Vaughan.  Vaughan gave no estimate of  the time that process might take  other than to say it could be  lengthy.  The MTI system is aimed at  streamlining Sechelt's ticketing  process, according to Vaughan,  virtually eliminating the process  of dealing with offenders in  court.  Through MTI,  fines for all  ��� *  We at Daniel's Interiors would like to take this  opportunity to say thank you for the overwhelming  response to our "Autumn Floorwide Savings" sale  in the past month.  Being members of Canada's largest floorcovering  family, "The Floor Connection", provides us with  multi-store buying power which saves you money. It  is our privilege to pass these savings on to you - our  valued customers.  We're committed to helping you find just the right  floor covering for your decor, budget and lifestyle.  Once again we say thank you for your continuing  support and we look forward to serving you in the  future.  If you missed our Autumn Sale please come in  and ask about our special pricing in effect until  the end of October.  Retirement Income Planning  SEMINAR A  Answering important questions:     ~T(|jpF  ��� What income choices do I have?  ��� How do I reduce taxes to my  estate?  ��� How do I get the most from my  pensions and retirement savings?  Presented by  Lawrence K. Chambers, CLU  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1993  at Gibsons Yacht Club, 10:30 am  and at Driftwood Motor Inn, Sechelt, 2 pm  ���  Admission is ftee but seating is limited. Please pre-register by calling  Allfaon Forbes at 886-9111 between 8:30am and 12:30pm weekdays.  CHAMBERS  PIANNINC  SEIVICES  1  Winter in (lie Valley oi tm  .ey'oiuieoun  Apache JtaUKtIon, Aria-Ma (Phoenix art*)  with Terry f. Vicky Hansen  CHKISTMAS -1 NtW YtM'S PACKAOB '  Dec. 8 to Jan. 4: $2,195 .CDN'pp/twin  3WttKSPteUkL  Jan. 4 to Jan. 24/94: $1749 CDN pp/twin  Toura include: pick up at your door, Airport  Transfers, Air Fare, 3 or 4 weeks In a fully  furnished twin/king apartment, daily touring  and activities as per itinerary. * Plus Xmas  Dinner & New Year Festivities.  OTHER TOUR DATES AVAILABLE  APARTMlNTSSNTMSt  $327 US per week or $1250 US per month.  Includes 1 bedroom fully furnished Wng/queen  cottage style apartment, with utilities, cable TV,  heated pool, games area and taxes. Lots of  activities! Compact car rental available from  $139 US per week.  Far more information, call toll free:  ELITE TRAVEL 1-800-667-0081  lhe various municipal bylaw  infractions ate approved before  hand, so those ticketed may pay  their fines without going to  court.  Currently, ever ticket issued  for a municipal infraction must  go before a judge in District  court. The judge hears the case  and then sets the fine.  "Basically that is what slows  the process down," Vaughan  said, "It's not that we have a  problem with people not paying,  it's that eveiylhing lakes so long  in the courts."  Vaughan noted that people  ticketed under the MTI system  still have the right of appeal if  they disagree with a ticket,  adding that appeals are still  done through the courts.  Currently on Sechelt's  books, ihere are 81 fine-carrying  municipal offences covering  everything from unsightly  premises to garbage collection  to obstructing officials.  Fines range from $30 to $200  and, while most ticketing will be  done by the municipality's  bylaw enforcement officer, any  one of a number of people may  be actually passing out the tickets, depending on the offence.  Ticketing for dog control, for  instance, may be handled by the  bylaw enforcement officer or a  Mountie, while a ticket for a  plumbing infraction may be  issued by the plumbing inspector, his assistant, a municipal  engineer, the superintendent of  public works, a Mountie or the  bylaw enforcement officer.  "Some where down ihe road  we may consider hiring one or  more additional by-law enforcement officers," Vaughan said,  "but for now one is enough.  This is actually supposed lo  lighten (Ihe enforcement officer's) load."  Got a  news story?  Call the  COAST  NEWS!  ���  in Sechelt  885-3930  in Gibsons  886-2622  v'fffii~^^~^-L~^-*-'-i��� ^��  __to_ttm - - '���- ~ -   - -  ^���������- --  ���i^i  HmmA   "**'-T~~


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