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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  B.C.  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  September 27,1993 Volume 47 Issue 39  Switch to provincial voters' list promises havoc  by Stuart Burnside  Talk about making it tough to cast a  ballot  Unregistered Coast voters have until  tomorrow (Tuesday) to pre-register for  November's municipal elections, and  this year the only place they can pre-  register is at the government agent's  office in Sechelt. After Sept. 28, anyone  not pre-registered will have to sign up  on election day at polling centres.  Last month, Sechelt, Gibsons,-the  SCRD and other municiaplities across  the province, agreed under new provi-  Volunteers  staging  Raven's Cry  comeback  by Darah Hansen  The Raven's Cry Theatre is under new  management.  Eight volunteer directors, all with background in thc theatre arts, were appointed in  August to act as an independent board to  oversee the theatre's operation.  One of the first tasks of the new board is to  draft a management proposal and to negotiate  the terms of a lease with the Sechelt Indian  Band, owners of the building, said spokesperson and board member Alan Robertson.  Meetings have been held with band members to determine a workable budget. Robertson said other arts groups across the Coast  will be contacted in order to enlist their support for the venture.  With limited arts resources on the Coast.  ' irm\mmarSifm^^^^^  tion."  The band closed the Raven's Cry Theatre  in Dec. 1992 after running into severe financial difficulties.  Fifteen casual workers were laid off from  their jobs due to thc closure.  Volunteers from various cultural organizations met in the spring to determine how the  theatre might be re-opened.  After discussions initiated by the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council, a donation of $10,000  from the now defunct Gibsons Landing Theatre Project Society was accepted with a proposal to form the independent management  board.  Robertson estimated even with no full-  time paid staff, a further $30,000 will be  needed in order to successfully operate the  theatre.  He said only SO per cent of that money can  hope to be raised through theatre ticket sales.  The other half will likely have to come  through government grams and private donations.  The band will not be funding it, said  Robertson. "They have agreed to book the  facility under the same conditions as everyone else."  As well as managing the Raven's Cry Theatre, the new board hopes to encourage interest in the performing arts throughout the Sunshine Coast and to promote cross-cultural  activities with the Sechelt Indian Band.  Robertson said.  A part-time coordinator has been appointed to deal with booking requests.  Tuesday, Sept. 28 deadline for pre-registration  sions in the Municipal Act to use the  provincial voters' list for municipal  elections, scrapping the use of lists each  has to this point kept of their respective  residents. However, because the plan is  new, no provision has yet been made  for BC municipalities to use the provincial list, so a Sept 28 provincial cut-off  date applies for municipal voters as  well.  "Unfortunately, for this first year,  there is going to be a lot of confusion,"  said Sechelt's municipal clerk Michael  Vaughan.  The idea behind the move to use the  provincial list is that eventually, perhaps by the next election, the business  of voting will be made easier for  municipalities.  "The provincial list is tied to Vital  Statistics," explained Vaughan, "so that  when people move around, change driv-  er's licences, etc., those changes are  automatically made to the provincial  voters' list"  Vaughan said until now the municipalities have had to track their own  information through monthly Vital  Statistics records, duplicating the work  done for the provincial voters' list.  Because it has been so long since the  last provincial election, however, the  provincial voters list probably won't be  accurate for this election, Vaughan said.  "A lot of people won't have made sure  their provincial listing is up to date."  Adding insult to inconvenience is a  new Municipal Act directive requiring  voters to sign a release form if they  want to view the voters' list.  The release says they will not  divulge any information (other names)  they might see on the list  turn to page 2  On a wing and a prayer...  Hundreds of young daredevils, like four-year-old Gavin Seesahai, enjoyed     Amusement's extravaganza was in town for three days, Monday through  themselves at the September carnival in Sechelt last week. West Coast  Wednesday.  Joel Johnstone photo  Deficit alarm sounds at St Mary's  A hardly noticeable increase in government funding and an increase in  wages and operating costs is forcing St  Mary's Hospital into a deficit situation.  Concerns of financial stress in the  upcoming year were echoed in the  annual reports submitted to the St.  Mary's Hospital board of trustees by  board chairman Gene Johnson, board  treasurer Peter Crawford and hospital  administrator Ted Wright  "For St Mary's Hospital, the combination of budget constraints and job  security guarantees, if both continue for  three years, may exhaust our cash  reserves," said Wright in his report,  refering to the likelihood of the hospital  having to dip into its $656,000 reserve  fund.  Work hours to be  reduced at  year's end  Treasurer Crawford noted the hospital filed a "modest surplus" of $33,000  but "in company with most other hospitals, our annual funding allocation is  insufficient to maintain existing staffing  levels."  Because of a provincial agreement,  hospital staff work weeks are being  reduced to 36 hours from 37 and a half,  without a reduction in pay.  "We've still got our head above  water but the real crunch will come in  December," said board chairman Gene  Johnson, referring to when the new  hours go into affect.  "What seems to be clear, however, is  that we will suffer a substantial deficit  this year," Crawford said.  It is unclear at this time if there will  be any staff reductions.  Wright estimates the hospital will  compile a $140,000 deficit this year but  as a result of a no lay-off clause, with  no other hospitals located within 75  kilometres from Sechelt (ferry schedules limit accessibility making St.  Mary's staff eligible for the clause),  money from the ministry of health  might be available.  turn to page 3  <****  fWfr"  eemmmlty  tm+  mure  m*��  ttHttV  P**S  rtnbrwhen  af-ipM-i:  sports  pete 15  $PCt  **1*  MctedLiee  JMgft 1t-\  mm  Launching Gibsons constitutional bandwagon  Bill Hansen is promoting the Share Canada concept from Gibsons.  Ian Cobb photo  by Ian Cobb  He's a rangy man with a salt  and pepper beard, spectacles and  he's building a bandwagon.  You won't drive by his Sunshine Coasl Highway home outside Gibsons and see him  pounding nails into a transporta-  tional gizmo, but you might see  him erecting a sign that declares  "Fresh Start Canada ��� National  Headquarters."  Bill Hanson is an enthusiastic, optimistic man and he's tired  of watching Canadians shrug off  what the government is doing to  the nation.  He isn't proposing to save the  land with sweeping political  reforms. All he wants is to have  the constitution become what it  was originally meant to be ��� an  instrument of the people.  "The door is wide open and  waiting for us to walk through,"  he said of Canadians taking thc  initiative to rewrite their constitution.  "We're probably the most  democratic nation       in the world ������ we  negotiate and we  compromise. We  have a vast array  of organizational  skills and a very in tbe world  highly educated  populace. We have  the resources to do  this thing."  Hanson   isn't       saying he wants to  rewrite the constitution, rather,  he wants people to climb aboard  "the bandwagon" and help him  establish Fresh Start Canada, a  non-profit organization currently  numbering himself, his wife,  Kim, and about five or six Vancouver residents. Over time and  'We're probably  the most  democratic nation  we  negotiate and we  compromise'  -Bill Hanson  wilh the input of people from  across Canada, he hopes enough  people will clamber aboard this  bandwagon to force the govern-       ment to sit up and  listen.  "It's a small  project right now,"  he said softly, then  tapping his temple  he added, "but it's  huge in here."  Hanson said he  hopes to raise  enough interest to  make the fledgling  organization grow  large enough, using financial  contributions from private business and individuals (but no  money, he points out quickly,  from any government body), to  help establish an office on the  Sunshine Coast and begin the  yeoman task of stockpiling input  from Canadians on the issue of  constitutional change.  "We have two primary purposes," he listed.  "The first is to get a consensus of opinion to convene an  elected constituents assembly,"  he said, explaining an elected  constituents assembly is "a body  of citizens elected by citizens to  accomplish a specific purpose  on behalf of the citizens (redo  the constitution) and then disband once the task is done."  The second purpose, he said,  "is to create a constitutional  community centre to which any  Canadian can send their ideas  about our constitution. By creating such a centre, we give Canadians a voice.  This isn't even restricted to  Canadian citizens but to anyone  who loves this country."  turn to back page Coast News, September 27, 1993  tfecb rCi��imm$/4/e *Hato  welcomes  -TiMMy/iiWMN    tooursaloo    T>*u<~Mst��<  GOODTIMES ARE HA* ��� 886-2121  KERNS PIAZA,HWT101,G��SONS  MON-WmM-M 1HJBM FHO.SH) SAT9-4:M  Council decries secrecy  over provincial voters' list  (g Taiji Qigong  "Balancing energy exercises".  Starting September 29, 1993  e       Coast Academy of Dance {���������  5645 Wharf Street, Sechelt ^J  8:30 ��� 9:30 pm ^mm  Teacher: Paul Blakey  A ib aa������ axum i-KKMng a*t*>*a-a>iai my aa> lanm em-cmm �� .tara*, l/aaaaa ilw tody.  lna-raaoM rv.ia��a*a(*a>�� dlawaaM and cut. OU Injurtn aiad Unaa-M.  For information call 885 7503  from page 1  The directive raised the ire of  Sechelt council.  "You mean that people will  have to sign a release to see a  list we used to staple up to telephone poles?" asked an incredulous Councillor Michael Shanks  when told of the new rule. He  and the rest of council voted for  Vaughan to send a letter of  protest to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs denouncing the new  procedure.  Vaughan  said  from  the  provincial perspective, making  the voters list harder to view is  geared to protecting the identity  of voters, but agreed lhe regulation seems excessive.  "The whole purpose of the  new legislation is to free up  information within government,"  he said Tuesday. "And Uwt certainly is not what's happening  here."  As for voters having to pre-  register with the government  agent for this year's municipal  election rather lhan at iheir  respective governmenl offices,  Vaughan said thai would change  for the nexl election.  The problem this time around  is that there are no municipal  registration application forms  compatible with the provincial  voters list  "The decision to use the  provincial list happened only  last month," Vaughan explained,  "(all local governments) are  working on adapting variations  of the provincial forms, but they  won't be ready for this election."  Michael Vaughn  Non-resident voters tied-up by red tape  LOGS  WANTED  by Stuart Burnside  The provincial government has placed  new hoops for non-resident property owners  to leap through if ihey want to vole municipal this year.  According to Sechelt's municipal clerk  Michael Vaughan, non-residem properly  owners will have four forms to fill out before  being allowed to vole ihis election, and it  musl all be done before 4 pm Nov. 5.  "The property owner must first pick up an  application to be a property elector," Vaughan explained.  "Then there is another form they must  have signed by any other owners of the property assigning the vote for that property to  one of the property owners.... It has to be  notarized."  Next, according to Vaughan, the property  owners must pick up a certificate that says  ihey are entitled to vote as pioperty electors.  They then take ihe certificate on voting  day to Ihe poll and register on another form.  "I think the system was designed to discourage property electors," Vaughan said,  "which die government initially was going to  exclude altogether, but as a result of public  pressures from areas where there are a lot of  non- resident pioperty owners (like Sechell),  I guess they've decided lo include them  again."  Vaughan said the Nov. 5 deadline, in  addilion lo inconveniencing non-resident  property owners, will most likely cause the  district problems on election day when those  who haven't found out about the new regulations show up to vole.  "I don'l know who dreamt this up," he  said.  Outreach reaching out for volunteer assistance  Competltlv Prices  886-7033  by Darah Hansen  Children are the future.  That's why volunteers have  worked hard over the past year  to keep the Gibsons Outreach  Centre for teens up and running.  But a full-time commitment  to the centre in combination  with a full-lime job has led lo  burn-out among many of the  adull volunteer directors.  "There's a lot of work and  not enough bodies, not enough  hours," said the Outreach Centre vice-president Roslyn Gris-  ton.  "We need some help."  Gibsons teen centre remains closed for  restructuring, reorganization  At present, only a handful  of directors have kept the teen  centre open every weekend,  Thursday through Sunday.  The drug* and alcohol-free  centie opened last November  with the slated goal of promoting a sense of family between  local youths and adults, as well  as promoting individual rights.  In addition, "It's somewhere  (the leens) can go and have  structured activities," said  Griston.  She added, during school  season, up to 50 leens regularly come to lhe centre over the  course of a weekend.  Lack of money and little  time for planning, Griston said,  has kept it from moving ahead  with many activities organizers  have had planned, including  creating a bike path around  Brothers Park where the centre  is located.  The operation works on a  tight budgei consisting mainly  of government grants and  donations.  For the past month, the teen  centre has been closed for  "restructuring and reorganization," Griston said.  "We're trying to figure oul  where we're going."  The Gibsons Outreach Centre will reopen Oct. 2.  Griston urges any adult with  a little extra time on their  hands to donate it to the continuation of the centre.  ...   �� - aab.  HR  =1=  Guaranteed  ���5%  Watch your savings grow as you help B.C. grow.  Buy B.C Savings Bonds. 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Pender man hande  term for firearm offence  by Jape Seyd  A 40-year-old Pender Harbour  man was sentenced to one year in  jail and three years probation in  Sechelt provincial court Tuesday  after he terrorized his former  common-law wife and a male  friend by driving to their house  and pointing a loaded rifle at  Jeffrey Hallberg was sentenced by Judge Shirley Giroday  after pleading guilty to charges of  pointing a firearm, breach of  undertaking md impaired driving.  The incident took place Aug  19, just after 10 pm when Hall-  berg's former wife and a friend  heard a vehicle drive up to their  house en Redrooffs Road and saw  Hallberg walking towards the  from door with a rifle.  The occupants called the  police dispatcher, who (old ihem  to hide and lie down out of sight  said Crown counsel Marie Rowan.  Meanwhile, Hallberg started  yelling and kicking at the door.  After the woman ran out the  back door of the house, said  Rowan. Hallberg pointed a rifle al  the other man.  Eventually, Hallberg ran away  from the house and drove away in  his truck. He was later airesied at  gunpoint by Constable Wood-  worth of lhe Sechelt RCMP outside the community hall.  The rifle was later found in  bushes near the Redrooffs home  where lhe incident took place.  At the time of the incident,  Hallberg was out on bail after  being charged with a previous  assault against his wife.  Rowan told ihe court Hall-  berg's anger management counsellor said he still has serious  problems dealing wilh anger.  Crown counsel also commented the offence of spousal assault  "appears to be a larger problem  here lhan in many other communities."  "In a case like this the overriding interest is protection of the  public."  In addition to the one-year  sentence for pointing a firearm,  Hallberg received a 60-day concurrent sentence for breaching a  previous court order and a 90-day  concurrent sentence for impaired  driving.  He was also prohibited from  owning firearms for 10 years,  prohibited from driving for a  year, and ordered not lo contact  his victims and to take counselling.  I  tkf\      Septic System       i  i   TT-vJ Hazards i  ��� Donl allow any vehicles to drive or park  over any part of the septic system.  ��� Donl pour paints, solvents or toxic  chemicals into drains or toilets. (Tank  bacteria action may be destroyed)  ��� Donl dispose ol grease, tat, coffee  grounds, paper towels, facial tissues,  hair, cigarette*, etc. in sinks or toilets.  ��� Donl plant trees or shrubs in or near the  disposal field area, as their roots may  affect the system.  ��� Don't overload the system with water  Irom dripping faucets or continuously  tunning toilets.  I  L  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons.  Sechelt. Pender Harbour areas.  M6-7064(coi1*ct)  .4  ^ Coast News, September 27, 1993 3  health  Hospital bed closures not anticipated  from page 1  However, lhe ministry has allocated only  $3 million in relief and that has to be spread  around the province.  Because of the projected deficit, bed closures loom as a possibility, but Johnson  remains optimistic.  "We'tc not anticipating any bed closures  right now," he said.  The hospital reduced il's number of beds  to 38 from 49 in 1991. ,  One way to help combat the rising tide of  red is lo have the hospital auxiliary develop  a St. Mary's Hospital foundalion, Johnson  said.  "Thc idea is to have a proactive rather  lhan a reactive organization and this will be  needed as pressures continue," he said.  In related news, during the Sept. 22 annual general meeiing of the hospiial board,  Arie Van Walsum was sworn in as a replacement io (Mike McCormick on the board,  departing due to health reasons.  Norman Constantino, Isabel Gooldrup,  William Grant and Peter Crawford as treasurer will continue with their roles on the  board and Johnson was elected to continue  another term (one-year) as chairman of the  board and presidenl of lhe St. Mary's Society.  Left to right: John Reynolds,  John Pritchard, and John  Shaske, all of Gibsons,  pedalled 200 kilometres in  two days to help the BC  Lung Association raised  funds in the Trek for Life  and Breath. The event  attracted cyclists from all  over the province and raised  $149,000.  photo submitted  Local cyclists journey for lung association  Three Gibsons cyclists pedalled to raise money to fight lung disease in the BC Lung Association's 9th annual Bicycle Trek for Life  and Breath last weekend.  The local participants were John Shaske, John Pritchard and  John Reynolds.  So far their efforts contributed to an interim provincial total of  over $149,000 and they will collecl donations until mid-October.  The Trek '93 goal is $200,000 to fund lung disease research, health  education and community programs.  Gibsons trekkers were among 236 participants form all over BC  who cycled in the two-day event which took Ihem at their own pace  over 200 kilometres of scenic country roads in the Fraser Valley  and northwestern Washington Slate.  "We are very proud of Ihe cyclists for their dedication to raising  money and increasing awareness of the importance of exercise to  good lung heallh," said John Borthwick, BC Lung Association volunteer president  Each trekker was required to raise at least $350 in donations  before the ride.  A voluntary heallh agency with 130,000 supporters across the  province, the BC Lung Association relies on contributions from  individual British Columbians for 98 per cent of its support.  by Ian Cobb  Missed it by t-t-that much.  The registered nurses on thc  Sunshine Coast, numbering 174,  were unanimous in their support  for an application lo thc Ministry  of Health for a community nursing centre earlier this year, but on  Sept. 17, ihe Registered Nurses  Association of BC, sponsoring  the demonstration project,  announced that the Comox Valley will receive the $385,000,  two-year projecl.  The ministry of heallh is funding ihe project  Though the Coast missed out  on lhe opportunity, seen as a vital  new way to add alternative  approaches to medicine, it did  make the short list, said Sunshine  Coast representative Jan Kotaska.  There is still hope one could  be established in the area sometime in the future, Kotaska said.  "Now lhat we know wc aren't  the project, we can now work  with the committee to continue  planning for it" she said, refering  lo a steering committee made up  of people from "ferry lo ferry"  and consisting of members from  all municipal and the regional  government  Should the pilot project in  Comox turn out to be successful,  the Coasl will only      benefit from having  a nursing centre,  Kotaska said.  "It's not to  replace .existing  heallh care facilities," she said,  adding some doctors  are not being supportive of the idea.  "Though   they  ~   can   see   places  where nurses can fill needs in the  community, when it affects their  pocket books, they're unhappy."  Yet, Kotaska assured, nurses  won't be playing doctor, they'll  merely add a new service lo communities.  "If a person comes to the  nursing centre and it's clear they  need to go to the doctor, they'll  be sent to see a doctor," she  "We'll be working  with tbe process  as it's unfolding'  -Jan Kotaska  exclaimed.  "I think doctors would find,  eventually, a lot of people come  to their offices they can't deal  with," she said, explaining some  people only need someone to talk     to, to reassure ihem  or help them understand what is  wrong, and doctors  don't usually aid  people with such  holistic methods  and "shunt them  off."  RNABC president Elaine Baxter  said the nursing  centre being established in Comox will "show how  effective nurses can be when  they are able to exercise Ihe full  scope of their professional practice."  Kotaska, a registered nurse  with more lhan 30 years experience, said she would like to see a  nursing centre expanded to be "a  multi-disciplinary health centre,  incorporating other heallh disci-  Comox  plines (such as physiotherapy)."  Should the Comox project  work out, Ihe province and taxpayers will benefit, Kotaska said,  adding she believes health care  I will improve and become more  cost effective, with less people  going to see doctors ("the most  expensive end") for maladies lhat  .don't require a doctor's attention.  A nursing centre could also  serve as an educational outlet for  people, she said.  Also, the quality of the nurses  at such a cenlre, she said, would  likely have university degrees  and "a lot of experience."  For the next few steps in trying to secure such a centre,  Kotaska said a committee of  local nurses interested in establishing a centre will watch the  Comox project and, "We'll be  working wiih ihe process as it's  unfolding to get people's ideas."  1  Ett'3  NEEDFUETHIMGS  color prints available at  E&E PHOTOGRAPHY  287 Gower Pt. Road  Gibsons Landing  886-458?  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It has been a long road since the plan last came up for  an airing at a formal hearing in January 1992. Many  changes have been wrought to the overblown original  draft with its attempt to accommodate a projected population of 15,000 by the year 2005. Among other things, residents objected vociferously to the plan's housing densities .vid the notion of seven-storey highrises springing up  around the outskirts of town.  The draft and accompanying comments from residents  was referred to consultant Urban Systems Ltd. for major  revisions, then reworked again by a new town planner,  Susan Stratis, after she joined the municipality in November.  When the revised draft was unveiled to the public in  May, Stratis conceded that the first draft was, in effect,  illegal, exceeding the five-year OCP planning mandate  conferred by the Municipal Act.  Accordingly, this new draft has been scaled down considerably from what was tabled last year.  The central challenge remains that of trying to plan for  a self-sustaining municipality within a limited land base  and offer the services residents demand for affordable  taxes.  This new draft addresses itself to those concerns by  reviewing the remaining undeveloped land of the town  and charring out more moderate, mixed housing densities  and putting forward a scheme for future commercial  development  It is, by and laige, a far more reasonable and rationale  planning document than the one advanced 21 months ago.  Residents turned out in numbers to open houses at die  end of May to study the plan and compare its direction to  their vision for the future Gibsons. Some changes have  since been incorporated based on the comments gathered.  The working harbour concept, spelled out for the first  time in this OCP, has proved a thorny issue for a town  that has traditionally provided a range of marine services  on its doorstep.  Those who have argued that a mix of industrial and  commeicial marine activity and housing is in tbe long-  term interests of Gibsons' vitality have confronted a planning philosophy dating back to the early 1980s that has  encouraged higher density residential development along  the waterfront.  With the environmental, fisheries, and highway access  concerns attendant to foreshore development, it doesn't  appear that will change, no matter where the political  winds blow.  It is impossible to overstate the importance of this community plan for Gibsons, only the second the town has  drafted in its 100-year history. Council and municipal  staff have worked painstakingly to put together a document they believe reflects the concerns and ideas of residents and the best interests of the municipality.  If you live within the boundaries, it is now up to you to  let them know if they have succeeded.  Make sentence  fit crime  I was shocked and dismayed  when I read the article in the  Coast News titled 'Sschelt teen  sentenced in Roberts Creek  driving fatality' in your Sept 16  edition of the Weekender.  It is obvious from the court's  decision that the Honourable  Judge did not attend the accident. I, and many other good citizens who administered first-aid,  did.  The article goes on to say  that the 17-year-old Sechelt  youth has been fined S1.000 md  had his driver's licence suspended for two yean.  The youth pleaded guilty to  'driving without doe cue and  driving without valid insurance.'  I'll ay he was driving without  due care.  Due to his lack of care, Linda  Sturdy is no longer with us. The  young nun in question deprived  the two children of iheir mother  to raise and love them.  He took awty the husband's I  life-long mate and completely |  aliased the Sturdy family's life  forever through his actions.  A $1,000 fine.  How can a human life be put  into monetary value? There is  no guarantee that the youth will  have to woik to pay the fine.  Two-year driver's licence suspension, the court orders. He  probably won't be able to afford  a vehicle d use as a weapon f or  a couple of years anyway. A  driver's licence is a privilege.  not a right The driver denied  Linda her right to life. Why  should he get lhe right lo drive a  vehicle and possibly destroy  other innocent people's lives so  soon?  A sentence of hundreds of  hours of community service  warning his peers and children  of tbe dangers and seriousness  of driving without doe care for  life and limb would be much  more beneficial and would help  remind our youth of the tremendous value of life.  MR. BENSON  Roberts Creek  Start again by  getting involved  The purpose of this letter is  to inform and remind people  that each of us as a citizen of  Canada has an obligation to con-  tribuie all thai we can in order to  ensure the well-being of our  communities and oountry.  The (wintry is crippled with  debt and I don't know how so  few will be able to support so  many in the noi-so-distant  future.  The people of our country  lack enthusiasm aboul the future  and we are not taking action to  find the solutions lo our problems.  Did we forget lhat we are  supposed to be held accountable  for our actions and that each of  us has a commitment 10 Canada?  We must begin fixing problems right now and if some people are not willing to help out  then they should not complain  when others lake action.  The social programs I pay  into through taxes will not be  around when I am older, I am  confident of that so why do others expect them to be. Now  please do not ask me to give up  my quality of life id ensure that  others can maintain theirs if  they're not even prepared to  help.  Tbe answer to our problems  Ict-trimkomc  We iMrioofM totea*s to tte acfitor on matters of pubKc  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity .and tegaBty. Please mafi  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunstdne Coast News  Box460  ^W*WI^**^W^P>^Bj '1&e%0+  VWMV0  is with the people of Ihis country and not with the politicians.  For example, if we really want a  solution io the national debt we  must first ask if each of us, people and businesses, are willing  to pay our fair share of the debt  Now is the time to act to  ensure your future and lhe future  of your kids. It is your obligation lo this country as a citizen.  Start talking, get involved, and  give.  BRIAN R. HARDCASTLE  Sechelt  Chasing down  Fox funds  Despite a cool windy morning, participants did manage to  get out and move for the Terry  Fox Run.  Although it was a slow start  we did finish with 75 participants of all ages and the wonderful sum of $4,420 was raised.  Special thanks to Liz Calder  and Dave Gam who worked so  hard tn raise $3,000 in pledges ���  you are both great.  Also many thanks to all the  other participants for coming  out and giving for such a worthy  cause.  Big thanks to John, Christine  Spencer and the Maedel family  for their very valuable help; St.  Mary's Church for the space;  the media for coverage; and  SuperValu for providing  refreshments.  Let's do it again next year.  RIETA HANSON  Gibsons  Weathering rights of passage on the Sunshine Coast  Perhaps I should introduce myself - given lhat  this is die first and last time my mug appears in the  Coast News.  Ike first time because I'm not the kind of journalist actaaomrd to airing his thoughts or convictions in a personal column. And even if ; were,  (taring my tenure as editor here the words might  have looked something like this - mmforzingber  slamdwotcher memtns bluunieg xxoneophib.  There never was a lack of other tasks to boggle  the mind.  And besides, Bumside's Musings enjoyed a  readership on the Coast that 1 was unwilling to supplant, even though he offered  The last time for the mug. sa.e for ignominy,  fame or backshop hijincks. btxause I'm leaving die  Coast; ihis is the last edition of the Coast News in  which my name will appear on the masthead  below.  So I have decided to exercise the editor's prerogative and enlarge my signature. ~ommandeenng  the column space that was offered 21 months ago.  The whole thing stained on a Thursday when I  got a phone call from an insistent voice I did not  recognize. Outside, a November rain shrouded  Parksville. where I was toiling on the mudflats for  another paper. An anonymous source had recommended me for editor. John Burnside said, baiting  the lure of a Tyee flight over Georgia Strait to  come check things oul  A few days later I found myself slipping up  Sechelt wharf in the drizzle, to be met by a solitary  figure inhabiting a pair of outworn sneakers and  other folk's  business  Charles hart  rumpled duffle cosl gazing inquisitively through  misled spectacles from under a shock of wiry, grizzled hair.  Our first exchange centred on border collies  John's elderly version, Meg, lounged in ihe back  seal of ihe newspaper-strewn vehicle 1 had clambered into and I made a casual comment mat 1  loved the breed.  The unlikely Coast News owner, a Scotsman by  birth, launched into one of his narratives aboul a  presumptuous Englishman who had dared to write  a history of Scotland. "The book tuned out to be  astonishingly good," be conceded after a series of  circumlocutions.  As we rolled up outside the Sechell office, a  twinkle invaded John's eye as he came to the point  and reported that the author had described border  collies as having the look of "anxious mathematicians."  It was a fitting introduction to a man who exuded a playful love for language and, ineluctabiy. my  fate lo assume the editorship of the Coast News  was sealed.  The first meeting I attended was a public hearing for Gibsons official community pain and, curiously, the revised OCP is returning to public hearing on my last day here.  Thai should tell you something about the cyclic  perils of community papers. News notwithstanding, the reporter's resolve to chronicle events is  under siege by OCP Rides Again, Needful OCP,  snd OCP - The Return (pan 34).  A few months after my bewildered arrival on  the Coast, we gave birth to the Weekender. My  image of first issue production day - March 11.  1992 - is a riotous octopus of arms grappling with  delivery. Even our accountant, Anne, waded into  die deadline bay.  Miraculously we made ihe ferry and were on  our way as a twice-weekly publication.  The move kept me off die streets and. contrary  io the usual connotation of thai phrase, landed me  in double trouble ��� double die (leaillines, double the  number of things for readers to get steamed about  People frequently call or write when they don't  like whal we do, but no one has had to contend  with violence. Messengers in other times have  been strung up for delivering unpleasant news.  Sometimes, we've even received praise. I'm  pleased to say the paper lias never lacked for intelligent corresponajerra on a wide range of issues,  lesument to an informed and opinionated readership.  My approach has been to let tbe communily,  within the bounds of liability and good taste,  reflect itself in the papers' pages with hole inter  ference, while allowing as much latitude as possible for writers to pursue their interests.  Editorially, certain themes have predominated.  For instance:  ��� The Sunshine Coast, like everywhere else  around the Georgia Strait, has reached a critical  pass. Growth pressures are enormous so it's now or  never.  ��� And: There's a ion of talent and good intention  nestled into these coastline folds, but it's dogged  by parochialism. Petty politics carry a costly price  tag for community and government sen ices.  ��� Or Slop clearing so many trees  Personal highlight: the April Fool's Weekender  1993-What's page 29?  All time law: publishing an unsolicited obituary  about a Gibsons oldtimer that read like lhe  humourous recollections of a friend but deeply  offended the grieving family.  .  The arrival of Westmount Press in January of  1993, purchasing Glassford Press from a battle-  weary Burnside, began a new era at the Coast  News. The company has a long-term commitment  io continue to publish the newspaper of record for  ihe Sunshine Coast  May it prosper.  Loads of people have helped me in my passage  here, inside and outside the paper, and the creative  talent within the Coast News has bailed me out  more times than I can recall.  Now Tm ninning for Protection. Look me up.  COAST^NEWS  *e<_m_tHmmerejeWm_m_im.  fawtm 1 mm * SJS * ��2.45 CST - J3T 45  . imaarh. ��� SM ��� $1 40 ("-ST . $21.40  1 yaw ��� S40 V_CST  Ran; �������� 4702  **ae Su-artwa. CoaS -aaaaa-l a -*utaaaV*ae! or,  "* jj-Waaraa. C*JK SC aMB> Ma***>34> baa  Ommmiemmm  Cmmm OM- ��� S17 Omc lata  Bo. 460. <j"-**o**l. BC   VOH 1V0  'M>4: ��W**t22. Im IW4I ataa*a*.*72 5  Jaa*a-�� Om~. tat Cmmm *  Bas. M Sax-haft. B C, VON lajtf  ���504 M53930. Maa>tf |KM)aMSM4  Fla '<a04| U5-3954  'a-* S-anM-ana* CoaB ��*aam-a a pacaaanaad bv co-Jva-jM  a-aa taaaT-ta-ka-Ta-a- a am pan oa aa t�� am araaam a  c-aa-abaacl .a-aant paa-im-ao-a an mnmt a 4as aaax*ua*ad  tatai- Gla-a*-**-! r-aaaa. Lad  hotalaaa oa Da�� co*��a-a(hl  mm Coast News, September 27, 1993  opinion  Landlord-tenant riddle hanging on  Perhaps lhe longest unwritten  history is the one about landlords and tenants. The landlord  owns the place, one way and  another and lets it out to the tenant who lives in it and either  fixes it up or trashes it or whatever, and either pays the rent or  maybe doesn't.  It's when he doesn't, of  course, that a lot of our major  trouble can be seen to begin.  Initially, going back a bit, the  rent involved providing soldiers  for wars lhat the landlords put  on in order to gain more land,  and ergo more tenants. In those  old days, often, if you didn't  pay your rem you gol hanged or  drawn and quartered.  There are people, like the  first nations in Canada, who do  not believe in this way of parcelling out the land, though  many of Iheir warlords in fact  did it.  In a more civilized time, we  think, like ours the idea of hanging people for not paying their  rent is unthinkable, but the old  thing still goes on. There are  slill Ihe landlords and there are  slill the tenants and there are  still the tenants who don'l pay  their rent.  On the ever-peaceful Sunshine Coast, excluding a couple  of spots perhaps, we mostly all  know people who are landlords  and people who are tenants. We  on occasion sit down wiih landlords and tenants whom they are  suing for non-payment of rent  It is a thing lhat seems to be  totally knitted into our way of  life There seems no other way  of operating. When the revolution took place in Russia it  seemed lhat the only thing they  could do was kill all lhe Kulaks  (landlords). Bul now, 70 years  later, nothing else that they can  see seems to give them much  hope either.  Generally of course, their  problems are our problems. It is,  you could say, just a matter of  how you handle them? Shoot  Ihe landlords and start over or  something?  in a nutshell  Open Mon-Sat W-5PM  5729 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-6460  The Landlord-Tenant Act  seems to work out pretty well in  this area. Just the same the same  old problems keep coming up.  Nice people, who we know are  running out of money and having to be tossed into lhe street  by nice landlords whom we  know because they haven't  paid their rent. - -  A property manager on the  Coast tells me that he has 300  clients, but there are only aboul  16 who give him any trouble.  The 16, though, can give him a  real problem and lake up most  of his working day. Still the  pay, apparently, is worth his  day.  Being an expert in this field  stuart nutter  must be, I guess, okay, but I  really don'l know any experts in  the field and the question rises?  Any rental to a house or hut or  room or whatever is made on a  basis that the person will pay  the rent. But here we are, of  course, some landlords and  some tenants and some with  week-io- week problems.  The stories of landlords and  tenants are pretty well innumerable. Some of the besl, Balzac  in France, Checkov in Russia,  wrote stories where the motive  was landlord-tenant relationship  and always there has been at  least a question hanging there,  and no one has ever been able to  answer it.  Coast Micro  Computing  5762 Cowrie  aSecftel-t  885-6033  fkane/fax  Now Open!!  Specializing im  ���IBM/MAC*  ���Adult Courses*  ���KW's Camps*  ���Sales /Service*  ���Hardware/ Software ���  Consulting / Training  ���Pay/ Evening*  Mters  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!  The  WHARF RESTAURANT  Josi and Maureen Martinet  Tha imiv owntr/opnatort of this beautiful  Davis Bay restaurant wtlcomat all thatir  eustoniatrs ta ����pari��iic�� ntw and  af fordaMa fin* dininf...  ��� ������ ���v!���.:���.. ��� *.-..."."_���**"*"���**f"%ft8ra*kgjRis  SUNDAXB?  Wallowing in  garbage past  There is a Confucius saying  that goes something like: "They  who dig around in the garbage  soon smell like it." Your Sept.  16 edition of the Coast News  Weekender sure had a distinct  odour about it.  Over two months ago you ran  an article about some of the  deficiencies in the operation of  the Sunshine Coast Association  for Communily Living. Some of  what you referred lo in that article was, in fact, justified. The  board of directors of the society  chose at that time to withhold  any response.  However, since your wish to  continue to wallow around in  the now nearly petrified garbage  of the past, we would like to  point out several factors that  you continue to overlook and  ignore.      ..,  times' change. To cpntiiiiie  the operation'if the Achievement Cenlre for limited clientel  with a limited avenue of outreach seemed to the board at the  time to be inefficient use of limited resources.  The more recent philosophy  is to integrate the uniquely gifted mentally challenged individuals into thc ongoing flow of  life in the community, not to  pull them out and occupy their  time with menial tasks in less  than adequate facilities.  No one has disputed lhal the  process of disposing of lhe centre could have been handled differently, but the fact is that it  happened nearly 10 months ago  and is now irreversible history.  Your continued harping on  irregularities in ihe operation of  one of our residences for ihree  profoundly handicapped individuals is appalling.  The provincial decision to  appreciably downsize Ihe very  large facility known as Woodlands and place the residents  into group homes in communities brought our society into Ihe  position of providing such care.  We had no previous experience,  available qualified staff on the  Coast was very limited, appropriate facilities did not exist, but  we took it on anyway. Sure mis-  lakes have been made, staff has  had monumental asks in learning the ropes, but we're doing  the job and improving every  month.  Why don't you relate lhat to  the public? Most of Ihe discrepancies noted in the investigation  have either already been corrected or are in process, but you  don't mention lhat.  There are three residents in  that home, but you don't bother  to point out that we also serve  nearly 30 other self advocates,  mentally challenged adulls, in a  large variety of ways from  employment training, to life  skills learning, to progress  towards independent living in  Ihe community.  You failed to have anyone  present, although invited, at our  orientation and organization  meeting Sept. 1. Over 50 con*  scientious, committed, Coast  citizens now serve on six working committees of our society;  people with expertise in their  field, knowledgeable in personnel procedures, finances, programming, public relations,  maintenance, and other disciplines. Have you noticed Ihis ���  no way.  Our board and president have  spent many totally volunteer  hours, miles and effort in reorganizing our society to more  fully fulfill our mandate, have  you taken any time to find out  about what is really going on?  Not to our knowledge, even  though invitations have been  extended to your staff to do so.  We have called a general  meeting of the society for  Thursday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 pm in  the meeting room of the Cedars  Inn, Gibsons, who will again  make ihis facility available at no  cost to us.  We invite you and the public  to come and see what is really  going on, to hear Ihe truth, meet  many of our uniquely gifted  self-advocates, and become  informed from the source of our  operations.  Although only members of  the society for the previous 90  days may vote, everyone is welcome and urged to attend, ask  questions, meel our committees,  staff, and respond to becoming a  member.  Organizations and business  enterprises are especially urged  to become members at a cost of  only $25 a year.  Our missions is "to foster  independence and an inclusive  community for all persons with  a mental handicap." We are  about that mission with dedication and limited resources. Your  assistance to help us fulfill that  mandate instead of undermining  our efforts would be appreciated.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  Sunshine Coast Association  for Community Living  robbed. Much of the jewelery  taken has an insurance valuation  of unique and irreplaceable,  meaning that it is easily traced.  Photographs of many pieces  have been faxed to pawnbrokers, who will be complicit  should they accept that jewelery.  The RCMP is investigating  and has someone under  surveilance. A reward of $1,500  is offered for the return of Ihe  jewelery or identification of Ihe  thief leading to trial. No questions asked.  If you have any information  please contact the RCMP Gibsons, and quote file no. 93-34-  87. Anonymous calls will be  accepted.  NAME WITHHELD  GIBSONS  .wCtoBCltocjaxfiS  SAIY&SUN.^  BRUNCH BUFFET  10:00 am-2 pin  DAILY LUNCH  IRUNCH BUFFET BUFFET  10:00 am-2 pm $6.95  11:30 am-2 pm  Mon.-Fri.  Banquet Rooms     ��� We also cater  for In Restaurant    outside the  Catering restaurant  HOURS ,*#frk.,  Monday - Friday ,��  7 am - Z pm ti s pm - 9 pm  Saturday ii Sunday  8 am - 2 pm Ii 5 pm - 9 pm '^*j��j.>i*'  DAVIS BAY ��� PHONE 885-7285  Reward offered  for jewelry theft  On one of the days Sept. 20,  21 and 22 my house was  A  �����X  \-.-^^*-;'J*!p  :'a  ii.;r"cl  We didn't invent waterproof  walking shoes. We just make  them available to those  without feathers.  Propel  The Walking Shoe  with the  1,000 Mile Guarantee.  Sfrnitacltoe's Shoes  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS ��� 886-2624  REAL  ESTATE  NEWS  By Jon  McRae  Location  The old Realtors' adage,  "location, location, location"  reflects the fact that the  location of a house is one of  the most important  considerations in determining  the price of a home.  While we know that any  location on the Sunshine Coast  is going to be wonderful; the  neighbourhood in which a  house is located is a major  factor. If a house is localed on  a busy street, it may not appeal  to buyers concerned about  children or pets being near  traffic. Some people might rule  out a house because il is in an  area that is not convenient to  the major business district or  because there is no public  transportation available. And  while having a school nearby  may be an attractive feature to  families with children, having a  school directly across the street  may not seem so desirable. It  is important to remember,  however, that you can often  get more house or land for  your money if you are not  bothered by location factors  that could cause others to rule  out ihe property.  If you are considering a move,  contact Jon McRae at NRS  Gibsons Realty. 886-2277  (office)or886-3999 (home).  FEDERAL  Buy 2-Set 1 Age  a/taW^  (in-stock items only)  *20%l  'l-W**- 1 ��70WMi��aiso��*    1  $17*8p��*��   I 30-06 SPRGiMai^lT**^  I Off Rifle Ammo (other than feature)  OfFShot Gun Shells  Master Trigger L-odcs res 17 98 $13"  LIS -LoduMe travel Safe  Single Scoped Rifle/Shotgun Case reg. 47.50'  "The Big Chief'  Electric Smokehouse  501b Capacity  reg. 139.98  $10999   I  tv^*>.  Klondike Oversize 3-Season Bag  -8�� C 5 Ib Holbsoft Fill Flannel Lined  reg.119.98$g*J99  "The Little Chief'  (Home Electric Smokehouse)  Front and Top Load  reg. 99.98  $8999  Little Chief Chips 'n Chunks  Smoker and B.arbeque Hardwood  Flavour Fuel $_\M per 2 Ib beg  MR'AIL BAY  Trail Ave 8. Cowrta? St., Sax  885 2512  Monday to Saturday  9:30    5:30  Friday - 9:30    9:00  FEDERAL Coast News. September 27,  1993  #   rIOTES $ SC-hCCL  .1  f j;   rtKfcching acts  J tn     Actms Classes with An Soiomon  *>   , Starts Oct 1, 6-18 yrs  886-4722  community  mberts creek  New Crop Potatoes  Yukon Gold's  Ponttac's  & Kennebec's  to choose from  ROOSENDAl FARM  GARDEN IAY RD.  OPEN IO* PM  883-9910  25C lb  20 Ib or om  Attention  Skaters ami Sparks, Brownies  (i units, Pathfinders ami I cutlers  It Figures Skate k Shape Shop has supplies  and accessories for Figure Skating and is an  offiti.il Agency for Girl Guides of Canada.*  tlOS - 7635 King George Highway, Surrey,  V3W SB1  Qoidcs  iluCmda  f.r -��.-3T :rr':~js:x - '' "Hr? :��_��cfm. -&.'������'+-W5-I  'Sc aerat cuiies <r ms-ptu  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  Traditional music has always  been a favourite of mine. An  evening with Nathan Cum and  Linda Miller was just what the  doctor ordered lo help mellow  out my somewhat busy week  Playing to a standing room onl>  crowd and the resident cat, an  aura of peace settled over thc  Gumboot Cafe.  Miller's vocals were definitely from the bean and soul of her  being, as she held the audience  in the palm of her hand. Cum  charmed the listeners with his  own compositions and his natural talent on a variety of instruments was inspiring.  If you were not among thc  crowd you missed ai evening to  remember and the folks at the  Gumboot Cafe hope to host  more evenings such as this, so  watch for further news.  Golf course  Land clearing has begun at  the end of Hanson Road as  preparations are underway for  the expansion of the Sunshine  Coasl Golf Course. Harry  Almond, a member of the  regional board, has explained  that the contractor is well aware  of environmenlal concerns and  steps are being taken to ensure  the water quality is not affected  in either Roberts or Clack  Creeks. Water samples are  being taken above and below  the site.  If any radical changes begin  to show, then something will be  done, but changes over and  above natural changes are not  expected, as the area is flat and  runoff should not be heavy.  For the finestirt area dining  Featured Restaurant of the Week  * il%$*0*  El Nino  Seafood House  WINTER HOCUS  (Effective Oct 1-March 3D  Lunch: Thurs-Mon 11:30-2:30;  Dinner. Wed-Mon 4*30-9*30  CLOSED TUESDAYS  Fresb Seafood Our Specialty . 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Dav.s Bay  ���5-72B.  onet-s a vanetr at -ypetima and  ertrees leaturmg local produce  ���d rres-r. seatood _��� a reiaad se��-  r_-i -*.-���*��� cacrar. virw Average data-  Mr rcr rwc S5C We re now ops 7  davs a a**eek i-.e> '.'. aa*. tc 10  pts Pub II am to ll pm Poaaatr  -: ar c: ur **s:-". 145 MaMtnard 4  '. -sa r__. jce**-sed  FWE DINING  ���Wii R-MtaOTl - Lunrti md ��>  T-tz ?v>ecai5 tsrrs toy rkust jpe-  r.air-.��M include prime nb. veal  ��_*r<a srea*3 seafood pasta. Tim  '.-���:c rz *:�� re-*;-*, gcx-ffrw islv  e> Z'-.c ��� ~j_. Az-iys great !ur*ch  r-::e: Vcr-rr. &?.i our potpuiu  ? -" zi ��� :-_r ��� '.. ,cr - Z.30 pm  r>-. ::: C.rscc* wc-i-*? C-per  " i2.*5 2 w-eeiv  BkH Htroa lau ��� Located en tbe  waftsrtroBt. c.cy the *t*w oi Hast  ?zrsco-c aa;. Obserw tbe T__r_?mZ_.  drntm rd ceese or dme S svood-  -:cr: ��-.:r i :iri> r .cu: ta'Se  Ojt .iec* e now apd k�� _ht s��av-  r-er sea*cr _-.e ^assjcal gictar  -- p:! ��� 7; S2.:: r^ rjpert dsn-  ire exper.cra r-jveri-anoco are  rec^rec ::r z_--sr ru2> bcerjed  Hours Wednesday- Sunday  Lurcr ".* >r-- Ir^r  >jr*er 5 r-m*  Ch-ii ^fcil-PP* RttUuraat at B-or.-  ���hteoafc Lodge Er. c^. a driktaa  dinner in the qiue< country elegance ot (xv dinng roccn. We have  an eiterts*. e wtne i_st aad tnexxliy  prcrfesaocul serwc luxated at the  waterfront foot oi Gower Pt Rd  Ratrvariocs reooouxwnd��l 886-  21M Opea from 3.30/5 davs a  wwkOt��edTue5.4VSed.  B Wm ��� Dim ia th�� fiaot ocean  tag. Savour tbe delights of freah  italcnr. from around thc world.  Our eatensive Dinner Menu  frwh iiarfnnl in m soup  aabd. hot or ookd q>p-mztr%. mam  couaes .and paataa Other entrees  iadude arte-ak veal ducken ind  laiab Caesar ulad for two and  fum be deaaerts are prepared at  your tableside Our lunch menu  oontasM aandwKhei and burgers  Effective Oct I doted Tuesdays  Opes Wed-Mon for dinner and  Thurs-Mon for lunch Lunch  houra: |] JO ��� 2JC .Dinner .houn  AX - t-X Visa -and Mastercard  R.fS<rv acors recommended &>  3091  MUM ��� Oi Tto iaaca . r>ne m a  fnendh atanoephere. wu& cruae  ships ghde by It sarnie the fu*  cafciM ot i_ii_i renowned restaurant Open 7 day a week for break  fast, lunch and dnner Brunch or.  Sunday 8 am-2-30 pm Dinner  B��� i t��m B���aawhd In the  heart of Sedieit at the Dnftwocd  IraxTnlAwtaue 3e>MV.  EflTINTAKEOOT  _���e I G��an'�� Dme M - Take cau. or  deliaa-err Burgers, chicken, ice  111 ���i dannass, salad, ptrta Free  home adebvery wstk-r 1 traies after  5>pa only, on fWrnaanuBi orders  Sod charge for orders lander $10  Hwy 101. a��� fK-7ni  Carmen Hansen lakes Conner (left) and Stuart Ritchey for a  Stroll up Roberts Creek Road. Joe! Johnstone photo  OCP  Recently a technical committee meeting of representatives  from concerned ministries of  BC, the federal fisheries ministry and the regional board met  to discuss the technical aspects  of the prospective Official Com  munity Plan for Robens Creek.  This plan was well received by  the provincial agencies who  were in attendance. Those not  able to attend will send in their  written comments by October 5  and then it will be prepared for  an aimended second reading b\  One stop  does it all!  Rick 4 Lorraine Sim  are happy to announce the  engagement of their daughter  Roberta Catherine  to  Jason Afcock.  son of Bill 4 Sandy Alcock  Wedding to take  place May 21, 1994.  Rowland  Brate * Muffler  nasi 600  Brighten  Someone's Day...  (or rain on their parade)   with  smnMSMtms  Chafed Ads  ForS-iC. /    .Wft  _���>_m    iSS"-*.  aall-be   1S*S__  Siit-Ai-at or SoaTaaers  symbol to _ram daofied ad.  GtfRss yootsett  886-2622 Of 885-3930"  VINYL SIDING  Vry.KLTTsjrWnto*ttjjT*numRmin}S  /iy&>Tt��afloi>Ti5-f^a>>emgr"  ALWEST  #7- 5522 Wharf Si. Seer.* JnUnHMSn  WSfT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Attention AH Artisans  1st Annual  Giant Christmas  Craft Fair  NOVEMBER 20 & 21  Gibsons Lt-��ori Hal!  Book Your Space EarK  Entrance Fee $100  Items will be juried  Cash priae for best denoted booch V  Dooaooo wiH be matie  to the SPCA  For more information  call Betty $86-2673  A  \  M  or Jackie S864895  the SCRD. What's nexl? Well  regional planner Bob Patrick  hopes that open house sessions  for thc public will be planned  for the late fall.  RCCA meeting  A reminder thai the RCCA  will hold its next meeting this  Wednesday, Sepl 29 at 7 pm in  the community hall.  Thc agenda will cover many  issues. Included will be a proposal by thc association to offer  the hall free of charge for a leen  group in Robeits Creek.  "It is our hope to provide a  program every Friday night that  the hall is not booked." says  secretary Jamie Davidson.  Interested teens and adults  who would consider assisting  the youth plan programs are  encouraged to attend as your  support and input are needed.  Guest speaker at the meeting  will be John Young, the chairperson of the Gibsons Library  building committee.  Girl Guides  Guiding in the Creek a few  years ago was not very active  but today it is the largest growing area in the Elphinslone District which covers from Port  Mellon to Wilson Creek.  New to the Creek this year is  'Sparks' (for five-year-olds)  which is a one hour program  focusing on friends and sharing  in a positive fun way.  We now have two Brownie  packs bul ihere are a few spaces  available Tuesday after school.  The Guide company has 20 girls  enrolled this year and is slill  growing.  For more information call  Janice al 885-2660.  george in gibsons  by George Cooper  Memoirs of an industrious  life are told in breezy entertaining fashion in Fate and Destiny  by Frank Roosen of Pender Harbour's Roosendal Farms.  His story is redolent with his  vitality and robust humour. Of  course, I'm sure his wife, Joka  could well have told the story  because she has been a strong  enduring partner in all his business projects.  In this self-published biography, Roosen recounts his childhood years in Holland in the  1930's and wartime Nazi occupation, and his settling here on  the West Coast Should you not  know, Frank is well known on  the Sunshine Coast for his greenhouse tomatoes, cucumbers and  now yellow peppers. His other  exploits in business may not be  widely known, but they are all in  the book. His willingness to take  chances, suffer wrenching setbacks and see success after all  will leave the reader utterly  astonished at his hardiness.  The racey narrative certainly  shows a person of ingenuity and  versatility in the greenhouse  business. Now retired, his son in  charge of the greenhouses.  Roosen is still very much  involved on the eight acre farm.  Deer have browsed the buds in  his new orchard, jtjst one of  those setbacks he has seen so  many of in his time in agriculture.  But fire, winds, flood, frost,  snow and plant disease did not  deter him in this enterprise.  Now, the buildings practically  proofed against natural calamity,  the hydroponic operation, computer-controlled, pollination  done by domestic bees is flourishing. And his market has  grown over the years.  A genius at improvising,  Roosen heated his greenhouses  vaith salvaged boilers and waste  oil. Boilers have come from the  old residential school in Sechelt  and from Pender Harbour high-  school. The storage tanks are  from far and wide.  Frank Roosen is the author-  composer of the song Jake the  Peg. a song the entertainer Rolf  Hams (remember his Vancouver  days?) bought and used so successfully. Jake the Peg is a three-  legged fellow who has a time  adjusting to society. Roosen has  told me that he and Rolf did a  duet of Jake for a service club  social evening. "I had made a  fake leg with a knee joint which  his didn't have. I threw a few  extra bits of business into the  song, much to his surprise."  Tidal floods and small wind  twisters have persecuted the  Roosens over the years, but they  have recovered from each catastrophe in stoic endurance and  wry humour.  _*_* Coast News, September 27, 1993  community  The whirling lights of West  Coast Amusements shone  brightly in Sechelt last week.  Joel Johnstone pholo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The first day of fall has come and gone. The  weather has been beautiful; warm bright days and  cool crisp nights. Except for the occasional pungent reminder of skunk wafting past our windows  in the evenings, it has been perfect  Elections are coming, first federally and later in  ihe village. It's time to start reading, listening carefully and attending thc various political candidate  meetings. It's also a time when the skill to read  between the lines and to recognize the implications  of all promises becomes more important than banners and balloons. Good luck to all of us.  Village residents  In addition to political meetings and television  debates, plan to attend a meeting of important  interest here in Sechelt.  Thc Sechelt Village Residents Community  meeting lakes place on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 7  pm at the seniors centre on Trail Avenue. RCMP  Staff Sergeant Cam Reid will be in attendance to  discuss the role of policing in ScchelL What priorities do we have, what functions do we see the  police performing? Come and bring your questions, concerns and support.  Our village is growing and changing rapidly.  Police presence and police work should and can be  a positive force in the community from traffic  safety to crime prevention.  Cal Pal Chamberlain at 885-2339 or Peter  Williamson at 885-3818 for information.  Rockwood Centre  Rockwood Centre is beginning a number of fall  workshops whose subject matter ranges form  davis bay news ;;;;; ,  painting to yoga. Check it out, you'll likely find a  course that interests you. It's not too late to enroll  your child in the Children's Theatre Workshop.  Beginning today there will be a series of eight  workshops for children ages six to 14 years. It  begins at 4:30 pm to 6 pm,  This is a wonderful way for children to develop  their creativity and self-confidence. Drop in at  Rockwood or call 885-2522 for information.  Rockwood Centre is also sponsoring the second  annual Storytelling Festival. It begins Oct 1 to 3  with more than 20 performers over the three days.  Tickets are going fast so drop in at Sayward Books  or Rockwood Centre to buy them .Last year's festival was a great success and everyone who attended enjoyed thc performances immensely.  Caring tribute  I am often amazed at how many caring people  live on this Sunshine Coast. The Elves Club, an  organization that welcomes new members, plans,  sets up and delivers Christmas hampers of food  and gifts to those in need all along the Coast.  They are already beginning to get ready for this  coming season.  Helping on Oct. 3 are the motorcycle enthusiasts along the Coast who are welcoming fellow  riders form all over BC for the second annual  Motorcycle Toy Run. Rules of admission are simple, come on your bike and bring a new  unwrapped toy or non-perishable food item. All  donations go to the Elves Club and the Food Bank.  Meet at the Beach Buoy parking lot at Davis Bay  at 11 am on Oct. 3. Call Michelle at 885-6370 or  Julie at 885-0682 for more information.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The Continuing Ed brochure,  eagerly awaited by so many  finally arrived two weeks ago  and what a selection. There are  over 150 programs offered, from  arts and crafts, languages, fitness  and health to career courses,  hobbies, music and dance - truly  something for everyone.  Three new choices that have  been added are the popular  country line dancing taught by  Janice Brown, starting Thursday, Oct. 7 at Chatelech; astronomy by Bill Phillips starting  Tuesday, Sept. 28 at Davis Bay  elementary and a one-day seminar entitled bridging the gap,  dealing with the gap between  puberty and adolescence. This  will be held Saturday, Oct. 30 at  Elphinstone. For further info on  these or any other courses, call  Vcm at 885-2991.  Perusing the fall '93 booklet,  you have to be impressed with  the variety of activities offered  and praise those who have made  them possible. Try your hand at  bread baking, quilting, serging,  lampshade making or ethnic  cooking such as Mexican or East  African.  Congratulations  Belated congratulations to  Lou and Jack Heidema who celebrated their 50th wedding  anniversary on Sept. 18. An  open house was held and their  two sons Jim and Bill were on  hand io help greet thc guests.  The St. Mary's Hospital  bridge luncheon is ihis Wednesday, Sept. 29 at St. Hilda's hall.  Admission is $5 and lunch is  served at 12 noon followed by  bridge.  Correction  A collection from last week's  column - the DBWC Friday  bridge which commences Oct. 8  at 1 pm is held every second and  fourth Friday, no every other  Friday as reported.  Ask Rob  What is the plan for Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek? What's happening with our tax dollars? are  questions being asked frequently  these days. You will have the  opportunity to ask these questions in person to the town planner, Rob Buchan at the nexl  meeting of the DB/WC Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 1:30 pm. Buchan  has graciously accepted the invitation to come and talk about  these concerns.  Raffling newborns  Tickets are now on sale for  .Buckle up.  K you still don't  get the message,  well put it  inp.  Additional  Soul bolt Entofcofitoitt  Oct. 1-9  Your Local Police and ICBC  c Wccki'iiilci  1 Vim"  com in ii it ilfi  iu'wspaiH'1'  the Books for Newborns raffle  to be drawn Oct. 12. Then are  now over 50 books which have  been given out to new babes.  For tickets call BiU at 885-7490  or myself at the above number.  flftt Corporation of $t  ���Jfetettt of e%>tt\)t\t  P.O. Box 129,5545 InW Avenue, Sachtal. B.C. VON -VO Tittphont (604) 685*1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice to  Non-Resident Electors  Non-resident property owners can vote  only when they have obtained a property  elector certificate from the Municipal Hall  by Novaambar5.l993. The application for  that certificate must be signed by a  majority of individuals on title, who name  one individual as the person entitled to  vote. Bring a copy of your Certificate or  Title or recent title search. You must take  the property elector certificate with you  and register at the time of voting.  Nomination Papers  Nomination papers are now available at  the Municipal Hall for candidates wishing  to be nominated for the District ol Sechelt  Municipal Council or School Trustee.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's Hotline  s  885-5360  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be made  to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING PERMITS  ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE PRESENT  TIME DUE TO THE CURRENT HOT  WEATHER CONDITIONS.  New Municipal  Hall Hours  Please note that the Sechelt Municipal  Hall is now open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00  p.m. Monday through Friday  -���-  WHEN YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING,  CALL 886-2622 OR 885-3980  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  1993  General Local Election  Notice of Nomination Period  Public Notice is hereby s'rven to the electors of the herein cited Rural  Areas of School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast), that a seneral local  election will be held on Saturday, November 20,1993 to elect:  Rural Area 1 (Regional Areas A & B) One Trustee 3 Year Term  Rural Area S (Regional Areas D, E, F Three Trustees 3 Year Term  and Sechelt Government District)  Nominations fa qualified candidates will be received durins resular  business hours at the School Board Office, 494 South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, B.C.  9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 5,1993  8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding holidays  from October 6 to October 14,1993  8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday, October 15,1993  Nomination documents are available at the School Board Office.  NO NOMINATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 4:00 P.M., FRIDAY,  OCTOBER 15,1993.  List of Registered Electors  Bes'mnins Tuesday, October 5,1993, until the close of seneral votins  for the election, a copy of the list of resistered voters will be available  for puplic inspection at the Sunshine Coast Resional District durins  resular business hours.  Objection to Registration of an Elector  An objection to the res'istration of a person whose name appears on  the list of resistered electors may be made in accordance with the  Municipal Act until 4:00 p.m., Friday, October 15,1993.  An objection may be made by a person entitled to be resistered as an  elector of School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast) and can only be  made on the basis that the person whose name appears has died or is  not qualified to be resistered as an elector of School District No* 46  (Sunshine Coast).  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer Coast News, Sieptember 27, 1993  1     "Over 30" ��  SOCCER PLAYERS.  for Cedars Shooters  Contact Dave 886-7513  NEW?&  Of D*rto# wO DO  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts lo welcome you.  CALL USI  Gibsons Sechell fcrfcfcei  Sylvia NHUO      RuihSaS-SMT      M-dge.MMa-5.9M  ruSfugl      Super Multi Plus  \t__Z_^_m___m_S^.  Factors  All You Need Is  Vitamin ��  ���ONE*  ^**S��**^  ye  Cal dolphUus  Primrose Oil  On Sale until Oct. 10  VARIETY !��!,$,  FOODS  US WF i***-* m *��� <-*-m jjPWi BfcgM  TZukb ^ftxmc *7ecuK  Volunteer  Meetings  You are invited to hdp  the campaign of  Mark von Schellwitz  Gibsons  7-30 pm atvcty Thursday  Vlife Office E��ension  721 Winn Rond  (betide PM Office)  (phone) 886*7277 (fa) 886*3320  rot more nonBatton cu  Vanraaa, Hammond 885*3562  Authorise! by w -B. Huxncm,  ct^mlagmtforM^vonScMwitx  ���Sechelt  7 JO pm every Frvky  5606 Whin Street  (2nd floor)  (phone) 885-3562  (fa) 885-9215  &PHINSIONE  SECONDARY  SCHOOL    NEWS  WuVraBacU  Ou* id lit oia��-a**h**airTTing laepanee irom parents and a lot of help  burnt* paper���� em ^ id >W up atwBpHnelone Secondly  News again. We ai be in tw paper most weeks ol tM ectaol year.  %__m_^ alii *����� ��� i|S,������,���  ���Men mo lewcnor leigm  7*0-!:����� September 30,1993  Al parents are MM �� come to dm tie Mchsn. Teachers ��*  be MtaMe lo u* to gndt 9 ��� 12 stxlsnts torn 7 * 830 and ID  parens Dt grade S students from 7:40 ��� 8*30. From 7:10 - 7:40 tome  grade 8 teectiert w# givs a bnet survey o( (he grade 8 program ID  perentsof grade 8s.  Langdale parents ��� parnaps you can gc to Langdale Elemenury-s  Mean tm Teacher titfn first and then over lo Elphmnone  from 8*00* 8 JO.  II you can not make It to this event arc wish to speak lo a particular  teechajr. call tie school ano arrancje 'c an ntsrview after school.  School Opens to Big Jump in EnroNmont  Elphmstone Sacorxtary now nas 714 students, a jump ol 68  students from last September.  Ctassos Incfosiod  Beceute some classes era loo large, classes wit have �� be added  andtar changed, necessitating changes In some students'  timetables. All efforts are being made lo rnnirrm Ht cfarupton.  ���r  community  by Merit Bisson-Montpetit. 88J-2I42  The Pender Harbour Aquatic and Fiuiess  Centre's CPR level C will be on Sunday,  Oct. 3 from 9 am to 5 pm (pro-register).  Bronze Medallion/Senior Resuscitation  starts Wednesday. Oct. 6 and runs tor 10  weeks for 13-year-olds and up.  Continuing Ed  Calendars are available at Madeira Park  elementally.  Basic and Intermediate Watercolours  with Wendy Simmonds is at Pender Haibour  secondary on Sept 27 from 7:30 to 9:30 pm.  Drop-in Wood Working at Pender Harbour secondary suns Ocl 6 from 7 io 9:30  pm. Phone 885-2991 lo register.  .Madeira Park elementary  Tom Dodge has offered to renovate the  school playground.  If there are any volunteers who would be  able to assist, call 883-9822.  Enjoy the Indian summer, and remember  that lack of exercise increases your chance  of coronary heart disease by 55 to 60 percent.  Anyone lhal has any news call me al lhe  above number.  ;*f    ".. **'�����  >iv wBtr  ** ���            v   y  i *���$��� Pwl' ���������  '���                I-;'  Sign of the  '* *  Times?  ���'���  ,  Disgruntled Pender Har  bour developer Wendell  Welander stirred up com  -  munity concern Friday  (Sept. 17) after he erected a  -  sign on his Hotel Lake  a-1  waterfront property indicat  ing be would clear aU 35.4  -  hectares of bad ia frustra  tion after the Sunshine  -a!"-.  Coast Regional District  turned down his bid for a  U       **&���  strata title subdivision  permit  By Monday, the sign was  removed and it appeared  ���aHSffl  ��� ��� ���" -     '   <_.   -***** ** ^ - z.  ����� -                                  ���**! -            -.                 *-  . '������:���:-'_ ;*"~*-.  L ���mmwt^.WmmM            P"?-*-*. '  ���_*_ jiii   ^^_m  " .   -              ���j**** -       -*-*"-.-       ,    *  '-*a*5  action on clearing his land.  >L*-   - -��� ���--��-**'��� -���*��� z_\-m*z.. ���*���--;  &,  *C��e-   '   ^____   '    ."_---    ~  - _  - -.     -        -    **^mij7��i-*''r*   '���     *^  ���---r-f-.-i:--*-  - -   -��� _ -.._*  " *-���*��                       "5^����������  by Pat Thibodeau  A bush fire occurred near  Waugh Lake this past week,  causing some concern about the  dryness in the area. It was  quickly brought under control.  Fire permits are still required  until Oct IS but due to lack of  rain, outdoor burning is not  encouraged.  Visitors  Ella. Sally, Wally. et al had  the pleasure of a visil from sister  Barb and her husband. Parky  Higgins from Yellowknife,  NWT.  New neighbours  Welcome lo Tina and Maray  Ramsey who have moved into  beautiful downtown Egmont  frt�� the suburbs of Earis Cove.  Fun stuff  The Egmont Community  Club will be holding a Harvest  AattMMfeppMtogs  Potluck Oct. 23 - price of  admission for members S3.50,  non-members, S7, children are  half price and under age six,  free. Dinner begins at 6 pm ad  continues until we are full, run  oul of food, or 8 to 8:30 pm,  whichever happens first  The dance begins when all  the tables are cleared, dishes are  done, or the band has arrived,  whichever happens lasl. Purple  Gang, a lively bunch from the  Sunshine Coast will be providing the entertainment on stage  (though there's bound io be  some entertainment on the  dance floor as well.) Tickets for  all, aged 16 and up are S12,  children up to 16, half price.  Some of the proceeds of dinner and dance go toward the  Hallowe'en party which happens the following weekend.  So get ready. There are lots  of potential costumes waiting  for you at the Egmont Thrift  Shop, which is open Wednesdays, from 10 am to 3 pm every  week, thanks to Doris Jackson  who keeps our thrift shop neat,  trim and organized.  Egmont glimpses  Marie Hill and I have shared  an Egmonl glimpse form opposite sides of Agarnmcmnon  Channel in the past. The killer  whales would travel through the  channel on their way to rich  feeding grounds on the inland  side of the Skookumchuck  Rapids.  Like all good seafarers, they  would wait for slack tide before  going through the rapids and  put on some fine performances  for Marie and I while putting in  lime, breaching, spy-hopping.  blowing and other awesome  aquatic antics.  I once ventured to the shoreline, flute in hand, to catch a  closer glimpse and was thoroughly drenched when a young  killer whale breached and  slapped the water with his  flukes. I was told that it is very  good luck to be splashed by a  whale, on the other hand, 1 was  told that the whale probably  thought I would make a good  meal and was trying to knock  me off the rocks. (I think I'll  believe the former.) -  Egmont Lions Club  The Lions Club is planning a  garage sale for mid-November,  lime and location to be  announced later. If you have any  goods you would like to donate,  please notify any Lions Club  member ahead of time.  by Bath Forrester, 885-2418  lhe Halfmoon Bay School is  banting at the stains right now  and is a hive of activity.  There are now 229 pupils,  aid five new teachers have been  added to the staff. They are  M*garct Webb. Jill Shon. Katie  Brown, Patricia Juoziatis and  Jan Jensen.  Tenders will soon be accepted for construction of additions  to the school, but in the mean-  toe three new portable classes  art in place.  This is oae of the fastest  (rowing schools on tbe Sunshine Coest, a &ct which is really snowing up in the neighbourhood where there seems to be an  endless number of people moving into the area.  Tribute  On occasion I use excerpts  from previous columns by Mary  Shannon. This lime it is one  from a tribute she paid to Canon  Greene who gave his name to  the seniors complex, Greenecourt and I quote:  "By 1966 Canon Greene was  retired from his 40 years as a  marine missionary and was living at his Redrooffs home, bul  be had one more dream to realize. He was concerned that since  tbe new hospital had been built  in Sechelt, the senior citizens  collages which he had built earlier at Garden Bay were too isolated and far from medical help.  So at the age of 77 he started  working on the solution beginning with the formation of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens  Society.  Tbe society started with no  funds and I recall that when the  decision was made to purchase  the three acres of land on which  Greenecourt now stands, we  didn't know where to turn to  raise the S 1,000 needed as a  deposit This was a cause close  to the heart of local people and  memberships and donations  began to roll in. The Sunshine  Coast Lions came through with  a donation of $706.35, and they  gave practical help in clearing  the land.  Alan Greene lived long  enough to see Greenecourt  established and the first 24 units  completed. He had the love and  respect of many in high places  as well as the friendship of loggers, fishermen and settlers  along the isolated inlets and  islands of our coast  A devout and godly man  throughout his life, Alan Greene  had a tremendous consciousness  of an unseen hand guiding the  ship of his destiny through all  the adventures, dangers, and difficulties of his life. He was convinced that he had been guided  through the years *by one who  knew what was best for all of  us." End of quote.  This is just a part of the tribute paid by Mary to a man  whose name will always be  remembered, particularly in the  Halfmoon Bay area where his  little church on Redrooffs is still  used for services and weddings.  by Joyce Ostry  Remember lhe Sept 30 dinner at 6 pm  ml its potluck. Switching from plans for a  full stomach to good things for the eyes and  ears, listen to the 69ers at Shorncliffe on  Sept 29 at 7 pm.  While a board member of BC Coalition of  People with Disabilities, I met a co-member  Ian Hinksman. He was a senior, and also an  aboriginal who headed up a group called BC  Aboriginal Network on Disability Society.  Since I had taught on reserves in the US and  Canada, we easily made a friendship. During  our early friendship I learned that not all  aboriginal people are medically (or dentally)  covered bom birth to death. This misconception is one commonly held by non-aboriginal  people. The difficulties faced by an aboriginal person with disabilities are, cultural and  linguistic.  A conference held in Victoria in 1992  brought together a large group of aboriginal  people with disabilities. Tbe end result of  this gathering was Ihe formation of a group  whose end result was travelling the province  and conducting a survey on .aboriginal people with disabilities. (Ian is non-status and  does not live on a reserve). Tbe difficulties  facing this group are staggering.  When applying for assistance, the first  questions are "Are you status or non-status?"  and "Are you living on or off reserve?" The  rules are different if you are status, living on  reserve, or status off reserve.Disabled aboriginal people and in particular the elders are  often told that services will become available  if they move away from home into the urban  areas. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily  the case because if you are in a strange environment and do not understand whal you are  being told, you may not get the service you  need.  All polling stations, with few exceptions, provide  level access. If the following symbol Q does not  appear on your card from Elections Canada,  contact the Elections Canada office in your  | riding if you need level access.  ELECTIONS  CANADA  Tbt non-partisan agency rtsponsiblt  for tbe conduct of federal elections  _m  _t_^_*  mmmmmm Coast News, September 27, 1993  leisure  Mister Rogers conquers Creek Nation  by Ian Cobb  He may be selling T-shirts  bul he's still tuning his own  guitars.  Recording artist Garnet  Rogers, beginning lo emerge  from thc too often overlooked  folk world, cracked open the  Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society's first season wilh a sold-out  foot waggling, stomping and  thigh-thrumming show Wednesday nighl at the Roberts Creek  Hall.  The crowd was warmed up  by local recording artist Bob  Carpenter who took io thc stage,  shrugged and said, "Good  evening."  Many in thc crowd replied  with a "Hi Bob" that smacked of  someone saying hello to someone ihey were talking to a few  seconds earlier.  Carpenter pul his powerful,  gravelly voice to good use and  by thc time he hammered out  thc blues standard Stalesboro  Blues, thc crowd was ready for  some fun.  Carpenter turned out to be a  perfect opener for Rogers,  whose smoother, deeper bari-   -"  lone followed Carpenter's more  carlhy (Joe Cocker after a shot  of codeine-flavoured mouthwash) style.  Rogers took thc audience on  a two-set journey, infusing  many of his own compositions,  an Archie Fisher piece, a touching Doug MacArthur ditty, the  popular From thc Heart by  Suzanna Clark and Richard  Lees, a piece by David Sudbury  and finished with his late, great  brother, Stan Rogers', Northwest Passage.  Rogers was every bit as  entertaining between songs as  he was when he was working  out on his acoustic or electric  guitars and singing.  "Never go to a horse auction  on the arts beat  Garnet Rogers performed at Roberts Creek Hall Wednesday.  Joel Johnstone photo  if you've got some kind of facial  lick," he advised lhe crowd  before singing a tender song  about saving an old horse from  "the knackers yard."  The theme of the song  reflects much of Rogers' character and musical hues ��� as he  details an ordinary person  achieving "one more small victory."  No huge AM radio cheese-  ball 'grab ihem by their stupid  parts and strum litem until they  buy' lyrics from Rogers.  If David Wilcox was a folkie,  he'd have to change his ways  because Garnet Rogers is  already doing it  Rogers found a friendly  chord to return to during the  show and that was playing up  the everyday averages with the  true-folksy crowd.  A song aboul aging, "What's  wrong wilh this picture" was  followed by a shopping song  (actually about conceding another battle in the beauty war) and  that was followed by a song  aboul relationships.  Rogers also, thankfully, took  a melodious sledge to "the dear  departed Mulroney government"  with a sand-blowing-across-  your-dust-dried-vision song  aboul an old railroader wondering where the prairie roads have  gone.  In his assault on politicians,  Rogers said, "If God had wanted  us io have elections, he would  have given us candidates."  Thc show was like reading a  book of short stories, as Rogers  changed his musical stylings  just enough to keep the audience  captivated and mixed the emotions of the show like a masterful director.  To the delight of the crowd,  he saved his best invective for a  recently published book on Stain  Rogers.  Before tucking into the tear-  inspiring Frankie and Johnny,  Rogers said, "There's a thing on  the market calling itself a book  and ihis song is a lot like that  book���it's not about my brother either."  Rogers concluded his show  with David Sudbury's King of  Rome, a song about how dreams  don't usually come Due, but if  we accept that and never dream,  we'll never experience one  coming true. A fitting ending to  a show loaded with down-to-  earth imagery.  As an encore, Rogers  whipped out the fiddle and had  the crowd stomping and singing  along to Northwest Passage.  The second show in the  Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society  series will feature Vancouver's  Rachel Page Oct. IS.  Thc American film Berkeley  in the Sixties by Mark Kitchell  is a gripping, classic of civil  strife in a tumultuous decade,   .  Thc historian'if.greatest, phalt  lengc comes when relatively  contemporary events not only  call for organized documentation bul also require evaluation  from an historical perspective.  Six years in lhe making, this  film emerges as a magnificent  documentation not only of thc  Berkeley campus' various causes, movements and demonstrations but also of its role within  and without thc Bay area and  the American nation's social  and political ferment.  In order to make this film  Kitchell handled thousands of  film clips, hundreds of interviews, and organized them into  a brilliantly paced two hour  work.  The director follows no special leaders or spokesmen,  instead they're all here from  Mario Savio to Governor  Ronald Reagan, from Phil Ochs  to Joan Baez, from Allen Ginsberg lo professors Roben  Scalapino and John Scarlc.  The film starts with the jolt  of the shocking conduct of thc  House Committee on unAmcri-  can activities as il tried to ferret  out confessions of communism  from such people as KPFA's  Society expert, William Man-  dcll. Then suddenly we're being  hosed and dragged down the  marble steps of San Francisco's  city hall. Which is precisely  where the Bay area's protest  movement which had begun 10  years earlier in the loyalty oath  controversy, picked up steam.  The film notes that the  HUAC's film Operation Abolition which displayed presumably disloyal students protesting  civil rights violations, actually  encouraged students across the  US to head west to Berkeley to  join the protest movement. It's  quite a saga and an important  film. There are good guys and  ; bad guys and plenty of comments from all points of view.  This showing is at the Arts Centre, Sept 29 at 8 pm.  Date for Lowndes award  nominations moved forward  The deadline for nominations for the Sunshine Coast Arts Council's annual Gillian Lowndes Award has been moved forward to Oct  22 from Oct 31, the date published last week.  The award recognizes an artist in any medium for innovation,  growth and achievement in his or her field. Former recipients are  painter Pat Chamberlin, writer Betty Keller, musician Ken Dalgleish  and painter Donna Balma.  Written nominations with reasons for the submission should be  sent to the Sunshine Coast Arts Council, Box 1565, Sechelt, BC,  VON 3A0.  Thai's right.  WEST COAST  AMUSEMENTS  will he at the Mall  Sept. 28 & 29  *Pick up your  Discount Tickets  at participating  merchants  *Savings  throughout  the Mall!  1994 Sunshine Coast  Car Show Winners!  Kirk Friederich (Sunshine Coast Imports), Harvie  McCracken (South Coast Ford) & Mark Guignard (Skookum  Chrysler) look on in the background as Robert Hoy of  Gibsons IGA presents Gwyneth Davies (third prize - $100  Park Plaza gift certificate), Neil MacLean (first prize -  Vancouver hotel getaway) and Roger Karen (third prize -  Liz Mitten Ryan print) with their Car Show Draw prizes.  Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to everyone  who came out and entered the draw!  THE TIMBER FR.4ME COMPLY  ��� home frames         f       JtStiks.     ^\      * Mess-skin  of Douglas fir     /      *^^JOJk        \       panel enclosures  ��� Custom design  (      p**J��zl **8       J   ��� mil or write  seniles             V       [     W���-*2             j       for information  R.R. 3.                ^ ^  Powell River, B.C.  V8A 5C1            (604) 487-4396  Maurice Shapiro  THERE'S ACOLD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. 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The paintings arc a series of  depictions of Thomson and her  year-old son, Lauren, and how  ihey have interacted at various  stages of their new life together.  The artist's comfort with the  abstract elements of painting is  evident in the ethereal quality of  several of the canvases, in particular those large in size. These  were created, she says, prior to  the birth of her baby. Here her  thoughts are dreamy, somewhat  unreal, larger-than-life - a spoof  really of the sense of unknown  change the child would bring  into her life. "More fantasy than  practicality," Thomson says.  ,- _^_u              _W_  J     y_U_m___��'    _m  m_+&r\   mm_M              '     Jafl  ���   JL            'jfl  ' m     1  _^_m f * iinH  ' ^     BaQ          a^^��  *i  J fcf^y m  ���  Artist Tina  Thomson  and her  inspiration for  Baby and Mt,  at the Arts  Centre until  Oct. 9. Joel  Johnstone pholo  In one such work entitled,  "Guess What!", she paints wilh  humour her future self as a  plump maternal figure, knees  covered with a floral print skirt,  feet clad in square-heeled  pumps. Wilh an air of quiet  resignation, the imaginary  woman surveys the destruction  of her environment brought on  by the as-yet unborn child.  The painting is further complicated wilh the deliberate slop-  piness of the artist's technique.  With paint dripping, colours  running, it's as if she'd had no  time to concentrate, watching  only the child and the chaos he is  creating.  With the date of the child's  birth looming closer, the dreams  became gentler, the canvases  smaller, the art more delicate,  Thomson says. The change  comes with the acceptance of the  passing of her girlhood into  motherhood.  The results are warmly intimate. The human images are  abstract and colourful, The emotions remain real and tangible.  Thomson, 41, moved to Gibsons in 1990 where she met and  married her husband, Hugh  McNab. The couple celebrated  the home birth of their first baby  last year. "It's been a happy  change," she says.  Exposing storytelling myths  by Darah Hansen  Stories don't have to begin  with "Once upon a lime."  They don't have to end with  "happily ever after."  They don't have to end at all.  The proper way to tell a story  is to ensure an eager audience,  be it a sleepy child tucked away  in her bed or a roomful of  strangers, eyes closed, hanging  on every word that's said.  "It's like being a painter but  being a painter with words,"  says Lee Gillespie, one of several artists who will be performing  at the Rockwood Storytelling  Festival this weekend.  To Gillespie, this oral means  of communication allows her to  tell her own story "from the  heart." It's simply the best  method to express all that she  has learned about herself, about  life. With a blend of drama and  music, "storytelling seemed the  right kind of vehicle to bring  that personal story forward," she  says.  People have a longing to  rediscover the personal warmth  and intimacy relayed by a story,  says Vancouver storyteller Nan  Gregory.  Stories establish a real  human link, she says. With the  advent of television, or even  books, often "you see more people through the windshield of  your car than you do in person."  "Storytelling," she says, "is a  very personal experience."  Storytelling is also an ancient  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  fflxz ��oast Njeuis  in  QlbWM. B. C,  165 pupils  at school  in Sechelt  A highly lUCNMful turnout  ���I the first meeting of the Sechell PTA wu held In the  Kltmeniary School Sept. 12, J.  Plumrtdfe. prei*. conducted  thc mtcllnf. ���  Principal Russell sUlcd  that the tohool now hu un enrollment of 165 pupllf, and  Introduced the teacher-. Mr  Owslar. Gr. 4 and Bi Mrs B  lang, Grade 3 and 4. Mis* C  Humphrici, Gr 2 and 3. Mr*  Thompson. Gr. 1 and 2. Principal Of the Annex. Mrs Seymour Of Pender Harbour, who  will, in the future tcocli at  WiLon Creek when the imall  annex building hai been moved; Min Sharp*. Gr. 1 and 2  In the Annex  Nominated ta attend the  Coundl meeting at Madeira  Park Sept. 23 were Mr* B.  Simmi. lira D. Smith, and  lira T. Rohllliard Mn Simmi  read the treasury report In  whl* a turn of $8S wu mentioned ������ being Mt utde for  library hook* for the achool  tM tor the acholanhlp fun.*,  then aw 4 applications for  thla acholanhlp. A large turn  ta for a memorial for tbe late  A. Jatluori, Wilaon Crttk  Section of offlcera will  take place In May. It w�� decided, rather than June, ai  this ii tht monlh attendance  ueually dropa.  Gu-tit speaker, Mr J. ktethl*  ���on, Vancouver Conaultant ol  the Community Programs  Branch spoke on th* import*  lance of recreation He urged  that tht* different organization* In lhe area moke full  use of iheir newly formed Re  -���Creation Commlaaion to help  gel cTaaaee of Instruction  started  Tho Community Programs  Branch, he said, will pay *60  per month to the salary of a  full time director. If an expert  Is deilrH by thc community  at any lime, plus Sift per  m.-��th under lhe Jurisdiction  of ine Recreation Commluion  LINCOLN      JOHWIOH  MV and Mn Alf Rilchey nf  Gibaona  attended the funeral  f their friend Lincoln John  ������i-merly nf Halfmoon Bay  Cd   luddcnly    nt    hii  "���nullum on Sept   21  ' wu    1*< ki    "i*  -k  2 loggers missing off boat  with motor still running  Thf two loggers missing off  their boat in Pender Harbour  district are j believed to be  John Dusenkrg and Mike  Spatt. f  Thc men ncre last teen  Sept 22 at 5,?5 p.m. and three  quarter* of an hour later their  vessel was found adrift at the  entrance to Agamemnon channel wilh tlte engine running  but in nculra] gear with   no  one aboard. It wu towed to  Pender Harbour.  RCMP of Sechelt and Powell River are conducting a  search for the man.  Bott* men war*-on Iheir  way to Nelson Island. Mr  Duscnberg wu togging for  Seymour Sawmills of North  Vancouver.  A large number of boats  started   an   immediate  search  Firemen incorporate  Incorporation of Ihe Sechelt  Fire brigade under thc Societies act have now been completed and the brigade ia at  liberty to serve communities  outside the village of Sechelt  The easterly boundary is  Dennis or Tyson Road, east ot  Wilson Creek snd the westerly boundary extends to the  west end ot the De Pander  property. Bolh east and "est  side* of Porpoise Bay will be  covered also.  A grant hu been received  from the village of Sechelt  but is not luffideni lo cover  'operating expenses, new equipment and completion of  the Fire Hall so outside communities will be approached  tor donations No member of  the brigade receives remuneration ot any kind for his ur-  Calf club to  hold d  lance  The Sunshine Coast Call  Club will hold a dance .Sept*  3D In Glbaons School Hall*  The Calf Club Is Kiwsnls  sponaore'. and Rae Kruse reports it Is hoped to have the  club enrolled In the 4 H organisation There are some  admin lit rati ve expenses to be  met and funds trom the dance  will be devoted lo this.  The past seaion was successful for the Calf Club,  which counts among Its accomplishment* an excellent  sh..*ln�� at the Sunshine  C. Til Fill Fmr  ���vi''  pUV'  ih  Owing to members having  lefl the district, lour new  members are required to fill  thc vacancies, preferably men  who are around Sechelt in the  daytime. Prospective members should apply to T.H. Parish, fire chief, TJ Robtliiard  assistant fire chief or attend  Ihe neat meeting* Meetings are  held every Wednesday at 7  p.m. in the temporary tin hall  next to the village centra.  BofThas  new V P  Gibsons and District Board  of Trade awtartng-Jn of officers occurred at a dinner meeting al Port Mellon cafeteria  when Magistrate Andy Johnston installed Edgar A. Anderson u vicepraaident, Th*  preaiddnt, Mrs Wynne Stewart wu unable to attend owing to illneu.  William Sutherland wu  chairman. Id Sherman introduced Magistrate Johnston  Mr Johnston said It wu unfortunate Mrs Stewart wu  unable to attend u she had  dona bo much work on behalf  of the Board of Trade.  Mr Johnston praised the  community enterprise being  shown from Post Mellon lo  Jervis Inlet. He said he expected to see a doubling of  the present population within  the lifetime of the generation  now coming up. Canadian  Forest Products, he uid, was  ' the backbone of progress to  beyond Sechelt.  Poh n. vies ("���       manager  Mell*-" wu  but no tree* wu found of th*  men.  Mr Dusenberg 1* mrfried  and has a stepson in Vancouver, also a son by a previous  marring*.  Car Club  HQ likely  Things are looking brighter for the Peninsula Falcons  Safe Driving Club la their  search for a garage and muting place.  Mr Doble, chief  for th* B.C. Electric  Commission 1  promised member* of th*  Club that he would contact  the BC. Power Commluion In  an effort to obtain th* us* of  an old warehouu at Selma  Park for club headquarters.  Mr Doble wu speaking to a  meeting of th* c-hib held at  Um home of th* club prut-  dent W. Morrison, Sept. S.  Mr Doble said that be would  try to get Mint u well a* ���  device for testing brakes for  th* Club. He Intends to mak*  available the statistics on auto  accident dutlis In Canada.  First to sponsor the Club  ar* Lao Johnson of Sechalt  AutomoUve and Chorlte Lmm  of Peninsula Motor* They  ar* offering the boys dla-  count* on parti and tbl* u  weR u Um uu of their garage  facIUUu when th* garagw  ar* normally cloud. Mr John*  Plane saved from storm  A piper aircraft,- lorced brewing, so th* men got skldg  down near Roberts Creek on under tha pontoons, and God-  Sunday Sapt 11 wu rescued *-*���" ���vlncbed It up out of r**Jb  frm.tt^my sub,   Frank of the wavu jurt u th. *la��  Tbe pilot lud two i  wrecksr to stand by at   club  m**to.  Bazaar by  St. Mary's  Artlcks entered by St  Mary's Hospital auxiliary In  Ihe Sunahlne Coaat FaU fair  won first prise and will be up  for ule at Um auxiliary fall  boraar In Ihe Community halt,  Madeira Park. Ocl. 6 i I pu.  There will be horn* cooking,  fancy work, aprons, flowers  and plant booths and a Salt  pond for the younger folk.  An Innovation Ihis year will  be a handker chief tr**.  Raffle tickets ar* - allab'  Godbor of Wart Beach A**.  Th*   aplanu   *ngin*  forcing * landing in front of mut to Vancouver. Th* pfc*s*  Godbar's horn* and Fairmont property od the h * K -UgaJnar ���  Boat Worka. .Between    mom Co., remained on   th*   boa*  small h*lp from th*   anc** -M��nj*M. A  .and with Mr Godbor pulling, and repaired  ih* craft   wu   bronght    to Um pun* wu It  shore.  A    heavy. blow    wu on Monday.  Concert association .  formed for Peninsula  Thirty pooplo   from   Pa-art rliilmaj*-   lav   mmme teem  ttt_m 10 Robert, tort alia, warn Fat HUMS. IM Aa*  caaaaaad Monday oaajht. Iho poaa* neer. OOs-m.  t_m AS. �����  albtmy ei foa-mlra| aan Oaaaaf* 'etetf,   aTatfca*   Cern-%   MB  laart CoocM   Aaa*xi.liaaai oo Waal. Wa> Aar HatM �����  ga-cb.lt Peralnaail.. raaatf to   aaaat k   ttaa   Ml  Oaaaan. Mamma, -mi m ���*����� ���*   9m*   mm  Ih. mm. lillian Is VaiaajoaaM. artll ht OMMJMM Mai eeeem  apUln-ad Iho   aavaUaaxW ol oc* aiaiaail   afro    I���I   *>��  tmlaUoaa. to   ajM   taa-a-ODht mmt_m   m  �������*���*���  cooc-ai, oatlA la.otaua.KM. __*m^_**_*_______2  UM*. * ���*������*_ *���   ****���  MWJIBW  I^W  la formated  In a community. Th*** m-msw ���������   ���_- .-,-���^:_.���~  bar* mv an annual fee, whkh Cm* and weema uem   n��  H tho baajlna-1-ai ol tho oooaaaaa. "too *���*��� �� *���****" ������ *���*  With thla money.   ���Jttaabi aw aaa Crook, to mereme paajto  XemTSSm   Ome- ���*-_\_<���__* **J  ton Coot-art Aa-aaa-UUoaa. uad ��oaa, Mn Tachaar, Mn Ha*  ~ ��_.7,.1-mm.   -a.-4uby.MMn Jock**. lm��  hill naaul.. vmum aat��J ol* md to lot-rat thoaah-M Ii  ..-Uaio, .*. laaald. tho arootllM.  ��0 aaiaala ajOaa"   '      "aafcaala .yi, j   a        I  ��. m< ' widely known  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  art, as old as any culture on  earth. Through the ages, over  continents and communities, it's  been a means of keeping historical records, or relating traditions  and morals, of setting law, and  of entertaining.  "There are lots of different  motives behind why people tell  stories," Gregory says.  There are lots of  different motives  behind why people  tell stories'  ��� Nan Gregory  Gregory Scofield, a Metis  writer and poet from Maple  Ridge, grew up with storytellers  and has found the art a near perfect means of sharing his cultural experience with others outside the community.  Metis are often thought of as  "Canada's forgotten people,"  says Scofield. But in reality the  culture is rich with its own history and roots. "We've always  been as strong as any community."  His stories, known as The  Tales of Wisakedjak, are a blend  of Cree mythology and European characterization.  Victor Reece's culture has  always been strong and through  it, he's found a means of breaking down humankind's artificial  barriers.  Reece, born to the northwest  coast Tsimshian people, learned  his stories from his grandparents, who learned them from  their elders. They are based on  myth, animals and encounters  with the forces of nature.  From his grandparents, he  says, "1 learned a lot of things. I  learned to appreciate my culture."  When he first began telling  stories, he spoke them only in  the language of his community,  to Native people, so as not to  lose any of their validity.  But studies in world mythology and the education of life  showed Reece more similarities  between people than differences. He has since translated  his stories into English in order  to establish a means of cross-  culture communication.  Says Edmonton actor and  playwright Kenneth Brown,  there are no new stories in the  world, just different ways of  telling the same ones.  "The originality lies in what  angle you take in it," he says.  Of his own story, My  Father's House, a semi-autobiographical account of a rebellious  young man's return home,  Brown says he "telling everyone's stoiy."  It's the language that's  important, he says. "One can  really indulge in and enjoy communicating in the spoken language and use words to their full  effect."  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  Ha-UR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  885-9551  HOMIHMDWAU  ���UILDINGCINTItl  Topi, Tatps 9 Covers  Upholstery 8 Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPMO  TDAY*AWUK  Al Chtv run Products  883.2253  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors wiJcomi  i /e Mu Mouth aar Oa\a*MN sat no.  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Businesses!  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   KHVMO THC FOREST, MAMNC ANOCOMTHUCTIONINOiltTMCt  ON THE lUNtaWE COAST  HOWARD LANG            ,,.,.,. . OB.  12IJHEEPHP GMCM OOD-Oa'jl 88��-043iy  /V1ISCELLAINEOUS SERVICES  V  ^/ DenU  t.      88(U)  D it P CONCRETE  PIACING k FINISHING  Residenlial and Commercial  ACI CcrUfied  Denis Turenne      Paul Dcsautcls  88&0340       885-5492  Chainsaws & Trimmers  m_mm-ma  i-i-iiMteirifaaBaa Coast News, September 27, 1993       15  -3 \ c  electronics  TV*VCR REPAIRS  Most makes and mixlels of radios, TVs, VCR's, CD's,  stereos, and camcorders.  Take your components to one of our convenient depots:  Seaside Video in Wilson Creek, the Roberts Creek Store,  Video Etc. in Gibsons, Max Music in Gibsons, on  Visit our shop at Williamsons Landing. Residential pick up  and delivery can be arranged at a nominal cost.  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Tim   Thru Hl-Ft  0440     12.4  28   1050      6.3  TU   1720    14.0  2340      7.0  Watd   TIlTO Ht-Ft  0530     12.8  29   1130      6.8  WE    1740     13.9  Thurt Tinw Ht-Ft  0005      6 1  30   0615     13.2  TH    1210      7.3  1805    13.7  Fll   Tims HI-FI.  0035       5 4  1   0655    13.4  FR   1245      8.0  1625    13.6  Sat   Tlmaj Hl-Ft  0105      4 8  2   O/'O     13.6  SA   1320      8.6  1850    13.4  Sun   Tlim Ht-Ft  0035      4.4  3   0720     13.7  SU   1255      9.2  1815    13.2  REFERENCE: Point Atkln.on          fcSW.'KESi.i  Pacific Standard Tlmo                  oi r,,. and 7 minior .��*��.*>(���������  Tide Tables Sponsored by  Pender Harbour's Only  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, Septemlier 28,1993  6:30pm - Creative Cooking  "Party Time"  7:00pm - Changes in the Health Care System and How They  Affect The Sunshine Coast  8:00pm - Healthy Eating is in Store For You  Nutritionist Dania Matiation lakes you on a healthy shopping trip.  8:30pm - Taking Responsibility for Your Own Health  Wednesday, September 29,1993  6:30pm - Creative Cooking  "Comforting Pasta"  7:00pm - Arts Update for October  7:30pm - Storytelling Festival  "Tall Tales"  9:00pm - Unveiling the Burmese Nightmare  Steve Larsen tells of what he learned during his travels along the  Thailand-Burma border.  Thursday, September 30,1993  6:30pm - Creative Cooking  "After the Theatre"  7:00pm - "LIVE" Phone-in  The 1993 Storytelling Festival  Bronwyn Sutherland introduces this years festival with an invitation  to Ihe audience to participate in the show with their own stories.  8:00pm - Arts Update for October  Chuck Tkachuk takes us lo the studio of sculptor Axel Stelzel.  8:30pm  "LIVE" Phone-in - The Walk for Schizophrenia  Take a look at this annual fund raiser with host Elaine Middlelon.  Sharks lighten up on hockey diet  by Ian Cobb  Heading into their fourth season, the Sunshine Coast Sharks  senior men's hockey team plans  on slimming down on the number of games they play.  And to do so, they are bowing out of commitments to the  Royal City Hockey League.  Though the club will still  play RCHL teams, they're cutting their season down to a more  manageable 16 or ���������������  so games from  the 30 or more  they've played  the past two seasons. Not exactly  the friendliest of  seasons, with the  club compiling a  record of one  win, five ties and ���*************���������  44 defeats.  Player-coach Tom Poulton  told The Coast News he's hoping to arrange at least 10 home  games, playing Powell River,  Squamish, Port Coquitlam,  Burnaby, New Westminster and  first-year team Pitt Meadows all  at least once.  In addition, he hopes to bring  vanity teams from Simon Fraser and UBC, as well as host the  . RCHL all-star game at the  Sechelt Arena this winter.  Poulton said the team is  heading into a season-long exhibition schedule because the  travel commitments placed on  the club are too much for some  players. "When you play two  games on a weekend and come  home, you can be pretty sore,"  sunshine coast golf  'We'd like to build  this team all from  guys from here,  for more town  spirit'  - Tom Poulton  he said.  Currently going through the  autumn crank-up, the Sharks are  seeking playing talent and  financial backing.  "We're slill looking for players and we're going lo try and  keep as many local players as  we can," he said, adding the  door is open to any hockey  players over ihe age of 19 who  think they can  help out the      Sharks.  "We'd like to  build this team all  from guys from  here, for more  town spirit but  we'll probably  have to bring in a  couple of guys  from town (Van-      couver)."  Poulton said there's a good  body of older talent on the Sunshine Coast, "but they're just  not interested. The way this  place is growing, you'd think  there would be more."  As with every hockey season, the Sharks are also faced  with coming up with enough  money to pay the often exorbitant ice time and travel costs.  For instance, it cost $27,000  to run the team last year.  "The team isn't there to  make money, we just want to  have enough to pay for our  trips," he said  To try and cover some of the  costs, Poulton and Sharks players are hoping to get local businesses to sponsor individual  players.  The Sharks are gearing up for another season.  file pholo  "There's some pretty good  people in town when it comes to  that," he said of sponsors.  Finally, business and building aspects aside, are the Shades  going to ice a more competitive  club this year?  "You have to be optimistic to  keep people optimistic," Poulton shrugged, adding he's confi  dent the team will improve on  last season's winless campaign.  The Sharks should be hitting  the ice Sept. 26 for their first  practice and hope to have their  first home game in mid-October. If you have any questions  regarding the Sharks, such as  registration, call Poulton at 885-  2095.  Ladies Club Championship:  Connie Grant successfully  defended her title this year with  Virginia Douglas as runner up.  Barbara Mercer won the  three-day low net trophy with a  score of 208.  Debbie Sneddon and Dody  Grant, Jean Trousdell and  Eileen Evens, Rose Webster and  Peggy Small, Marg Arbuckle  and Edith Woodman, winners of  low gross and low net in their  respective flights.  Longest drive competition -  Debbie Sneddon, Jean Trousdell, Bernice Bader and Mary  McKinnon in order of flights.  KP's on #8 - Doreen Harris;  #17 - Virginia Douglas; closest  to centre line - Marg Arbuckle.  Senior Men, Sept. 15: 85  members and guests played  irons only.  Winners were: W. McMillan,  L. Evans, K. Abrams, A. Lamont, A. Laverich.  Wooden tees: L. Breeden, B.  Scott, B. Hobbs, L. Lawless, G.  Grant  Closest to pin ��� G. Davies.  Myrtle Point Tournament:  14 ladies entered the two-day  event at Powell River and nine  came home with a prize.  2nd low gross - Connie  Grant; third low net ��� Phyl  Hendy; 4th ��� Mary Horn. Dodie  Gram, Isabelle Rendleman low  nets. Virginia Douglas, Pat  Scarr, Marjorie Ross and Edith  Woodman winning different  events. Wonderful time had by  all, hospitality outstanding.  ponder golf  "TP-  by Wendy Haddock  Senior Mens Day, Sept. 14  Forty golfers played "Hidden  Teams."  First team at 208 - Jerry  Holmes, Pete Waycott, Murrell  Smith, and Vern Bullock. Second team at 213 - Alex Kerr,  Wilf Crowe, Ed McAllister, and  Mac McFarlane. Third team at  214 - D. Rathbone, Bobo  Sagansky, Al Wendland, and  Willi Marcincowski. KP #3 -  Denny Rathbone, KP #6 - Bill  West. Murrell Smith hit the  hoop. Ladies Day, Thurs. Sept.  16: Our ladies played match  play with Sunshine Coast. We  had a lovely day followed by a  great luncheon.  Sodth Coast Ford  5YEARSAGO  Federal Minister of Oceans  and Fisheries Tom Siddon flew  into Sechelt last Friday with a  pre-election good news  announcement of an agreement  in principle reached between the  governments of Canada and BC  to build the long-awaited natural  gas pipeline from Coquitlam to  Vancouver Island via the Sunshine Coast.  Last Monday in Egmont a  fire destroyed the home of  prawn fisherman Steve Leander,  only a few months after he purchased it and only a couple of  weeks after he and Patty Reid  moved all their belongings into  it  10 YEARS AGO  Powell River environmentalists urge the Forest Use Liaison  Committee to press for the use  of non-chemical alternatives in  forest management  Regional Board Chairman  Lorraine Goddard responded to  criticisms of the Doug Roy  house-numbering system made  by planner Jim Johnstone at a  recent planning meeting by saying that if as Johnstone insisted  the board was making a mistake  in implementing the Roy system, it was their right to do so.  The Sechelt Indian Band  raises two totem poles carved by  master carver Arnold Jones in  front of their new community  hall.  15 YEARS AGO  Local wrist wrestler Craig  Norris, Harry Kammerle, Pierre  Berdahl and Jim Peers distinguished themselves at the International Arm Wrestling Invitational in Richmond recently.  The Native Studies Environmental Studies project the first  of its kind in the province is  now in full operation with 10  white students from Grades 9,  10 and 11 living at Deserted  Bay in Jervis Inlet  20 YEARS AGO  Three hundred people attend  a public meeting to discuss  rebuilding the burnt-out Elphinstone Secondary School. The  discussion centres around  whether it should be replaced  with one school or two with a  second school possibly in  Sechelt, Selma Park or Roberts  Creek.  25 YEARS AGO  A message from Queen Elizabeth is received by Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce  on the occasion of its 21st  anniversary  30 YEARS AGO  Gibsons new Twilight Theatre, designed by award-winning  architect Arthur Erickson, opens  amid the skirt of bagpipes with  100 visitors from as far away as  Vancouver.  Governmental approval has  been received by St. Mary's  Hospital Society for the construction of a new hospital in  Sechelt, architectural plans for  which are already completed.  SPCA NEWS  Charlotte, a two and one half year old spayed female cat, is one of  the many healthy cats at the SPCA waiting for a home. She's  been waiting since April, so if you can provide her space, call 886-  CARE.  "g*$;  CUP & SAVE  O BCFGRRies Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  620 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      5:30 pm  11:30       7:25 M  1:15 pm    9:15  EARLS COVE  Leave Earls Cove  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  llMMfktk Bm  COAS^EWS'  COAST NEWS   WEERENDERI  ���i  wmmmmmm  wm  ������������ 16       Coast News, September 27, 1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run yottr classified act 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  ^^���v *****  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  LOWER GIBSONS  Custom built post 4 beam construction home on 2 lovely view  lots 2700 sq. II. on 2 levels,  sunken living room. Lower floor  legal suile. Multi-dwelling zoned.  See-new 4 Beacli Road. Oilers to  $250,000,886*3261 Mien  Gibsons 3 bdim. 2 bath 1 yr. old  duplex {strata). Gaiage and carport, sundeck, nice treed yard, 5  appl., $134,500. 298-5215 Hilda,  Sutton Group. Excel.        #40w  INVESTORS/BUILDERS  Huge 64x135 lol backing onto  executive golf course. Cule 1 bdrm  home is rented lo reliable tenanl  lor $600/mo Separale log cabin  often additional storage or guest  room. Some recent upgrades  make this 0/T very attractive Asking $122,500. Cal 438*2484I39cn  752 Hwy. 101.50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house, $165,000.886*9049  Hallmoon Bay. Hat 1/2 acie lot.  across park near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663. ss  Hwy 101 Wilson Creek. 2 acres 4  shake mill buildings. $172,000.  886*8651 or 886*2240.     Mien  ROBERTS CREEK  4.5 acres ol beautiful treed properly with seasonal creek. Lois ol pii*  vacy. Zoned lor 2 homes. Ideal lor  hobby larm Asking $125.900.886-  2352 M1cn  Spectacular View. Sechell ��� 2  bdrms. 4 F/P up. 1 bdrm /in-law  suite down, minutes walk to neighbourhood manna, golt course 4  park. By owner. $169,900. 885-  2000. .41*  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertiie-rs are asked to listen carefully as aU adi  placed by telephone are completely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, we are  responsible only for lhe first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any responsibility for  any reason far an error in an od .beyond the cost  of the ad itself.  ...... rlaMWIOIAniY  by caSng 184-1*23 or IS3-39M  -Moiwoy te Frtooy ��� o<tn* po 5 p.tn.  CLASSIFICATIONS  AflMuno-Mntntft f  tisr iz  Barter a Trade ia  Bed and Breakfast SO  bmii >  Business and Home  Servicea M  BuainaM* Oppa-artunrties 88  Carrara ae  ChMCaie 37  Commercial tor Rent 31  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  ForSele ai  Found It  Fiee ia  Furniture SO  Oarage Sales IT  Heavy Eo-ipment tl  Ha* Wanted M   lAPropeity 1  41  10  27  aa  13  Moote Homaa  Obituaries ���*���* 3  Personal 3  Pett 4 Livestock ia  Recreation 8  Storage 38  ThankYou I  Too Late to Claaeily   40  Travel 14  Trucks M  Wanted              ���   II  Wanted to Rent II  Weddings 4  Engagements I  Woik Wanted 38  DROPOPPYOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  CLASSIFI  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPUES  Fr-ancls Peninsula Pbca- 88J-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJST-ORE 885-855J  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885 M00  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksidc Pharmacy)  886-2622  The MNM ���*���*���* of the Robens Creek General Store  -M happa> lake jour cbsalflrd id. because It's one  of ow Friendly People Placa-nl  ANDERSON REALTY  FRH  CATALOQUK  5686 Cawariaj SI, Boa 1219  Saachajlt BC . VON 3A0  aSS*3211FAxaaS-2SSt  Vara Toll FrawajaS-eOie  1/2 acre ol land. Robeits Creek.  $60,000.5384729.        SSMOw  Five wooded acies, Langdale  area. Creek A some view,  $135,000 lirm No agenls al all!  886*4714 ss  Large level lot close to town,  glimpse ol Porpoise Bay, $75,000.  791*6396. Mlw  DECORATING?  Need help with vour colour coordination? New Minds'' Smart, attractive valances? Furniture arrangement? Exterior colour and design  problems? Call Cheryl Law * Decorating Consultant 886*7372,9 am *  9 pm. Bon-er Board Special  $159.95 |reg. $189.95).    MOcn  Creekside Estates ��� greal building  lol, view, close to everything. Lot  90, near Tricklebrook Way and  Crucil, by owner. $76,000. 922-  3559. MOw  Large, bright, lamily home, includes 4 bdrms, F/R, sun/play  room, elc. Features large yard  area, skylights, oak flooring, solid  pine cabinets, solid pine and  French doors. 1543 Cypress.  $199,000.886*2718.        I40cn  $306 CEDAR VIEW PUCE  New, large execulive home  w/great view of Trail Islands. 3800  sq. tt w/level entry. 4. bdrms, 3  baths, gas, 700 sq. II. unfurnished  for more bdrms or suile. Exquisite  inlenor, skylights, hardwood, tiled  entries, French doors. Definitely  best value. $288,000. No commission. No GST. OPEN HOUSE Sal.  �� Sundays 12 *4pm. 885*3572.  MOcn  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial. 3  bdrm up. 2 bdrm suile. 2 F/P, 3  balhs. double garage, shake rool.  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0081.351 7966 alter 8 pm,     ss  VIEW I INVESTMENT! Move in  and start LIVING! BRIGHT open  plan, master wilh ensuite/walk-in.  Watch Ihe ships from new  sparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE! 1/2 acre Soames area,  $259,000 Phone Jennifer 1-689*  7070. ss  Wade and Sharon are proud to  announce Ihe birth ol Brett Ryan  on August 15,1993, weighing 5  pounds, 14 ounces. SPECIAL  THANKS lo Dr. J. Hourigan, Ingrid,  Barb and stall at St. Mary's. #39c  i5(((ir~  GARY WHITE  MM1D7* 1-361-4390  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  elate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop end potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  cat 885*2253, no agents. ss��41w  Lot Reed Rd.Eaet, 48x168', e. lacing, gentle slope, ocean view,  w/more potential. Water A driveway in, power, cable - phone a lol  he. By owners, $70K. 1-486-7696  reagents. MOw  Syr. old 1400eq.lt. rancher, West  Sechel, 3 bdm., 2 bah, country  kitchen, 1/4 view lol, $175,000.  885-2188 or 885*7410 lor mees.  MM  OvwtooUng Seen! Cow, 3 bdm.  detached townhouae w/sep.  garage workshop, features 3 decks  web SW exposure. $149,000.940-  4249. Mtw  New 2600 sq. II. rancher + 800 sq.  II. inlaw suite with view in Robeits  Creek. Over 1/2 acre and abort  walk lo beach. This 4-5 bdrm.  home has spacious kilchen with  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite with  F/P. There are too many extras lo  mention. Flooring and cabinets can  slill be selected. $289,000 686-  03800-8864664. tfn  Costa Rica 2.5 acres w/view.  stream, horse stables, pasture end  tropical Iruil Irees, minutes lo  beaches, $22,500. Owner 885*  5157. ssf39w  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lol, level and cleared In a  quiel cul*do-ssc wilh sll underground services Privale panhandle access Reedy lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Cell 886*  3812 or 328*5534. M  TOP KM.  Screened lop soil el reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764  orcein-220*152 tfns  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condilion, very dean,  newly painted at renovaled featuring stucco ceiling wilh coder  beams in living room, while walls,  400 sq. fl. deck, fridge A slove  included, washer S dryer optional.  Excellenl localion, dose to feny, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl  $195. 886*6095. $39,900. CaH lo  view. tfns  HARTLEY: Rowan died on September 19.1993 in Richmond Hospital He is sadly missed by his wile  Card, sons Tim and Mark, daughter Nicole and Peter, and his  grandson Sagan; by his sister  Joan Nultall and her lamily of  Cranbrook, BC and his brother  John and his family of East London, South Africa. Rowan's funeral  seivice was held al 3:30 pm on Friday, September 24 in St. Hilda's  Church, Sechell. Friends are invited to make a donation In Ms memory lo Sunshine Coast Hospice.  Box 2420, Sechell, BC. VON 3A0.  ���39c  KINNE: Mary Helen, nee Mikota.  on Wednesday, September 22,  1993. Born February 6,1912 in  Comox, BC, former Langdale resident of 33 yeais. Predeceased by  her loving husband, Raymond A.  Kinne, son David A. Kinne and son  Howard J. Kinne. Suivived by her  four daughters Rayna A. Hayes,  Duncan; (Don) Janice G.  Edmonds, Gibsons; (Roger) Alice  M. Lutes, Gibsons; (Don) Susan  M. Lee, Madeira Park; (Ted)  daughter-in-law Eileen Kinne, Gibsons; 13 grandchildren and six  great-grandchildren. Mary will be  remembered aa an optimist, who  lound joy in the people around her,  lor her love of nature and her garden. No service by requesl. A  gathering in her honour was held  on Sunday, September 26 al the  home ol Alice Lutes. Woodcreek  Park, Gibsons. Should friends  desire, donalions lo Ihe Multiple  Sclerosis Society, 200*3540 Wesl  41st Ave., Vancouver, BC V6N  3E6 would be appreciated in memory of Mary Kinne. Interment al  Seaview Cemetery, Gibeona. Cremation arrangements entrusted lo  Devii Funeral Home. Gtsons.  WEST COAST  FIRST AID  TRAINING  Industrial Flrat Aid  70 hours $425. Oct. 4  Evenings & Weekends  Chlldaafe  Evenings ��� Nov. 9 & 10  Survival First Aid  One day ��� Nov. 6  CPR Level A  Evening ��� Nov. 18  CPR Level D  Babyeever  Evenlnge ��� Nov. 19  Emergency Flret Aid  One day ��� Dec. 4  CALL 8854757  Qualified tutor available. All subjects, grades 4 ��� 8, language skits,  all levels, ind. adults. Phone Barb  at 866*9005. Mtw  Healing Ihe pain lhat binds you.  Meet lecturer and sell-esteemed  instructor Carta Keys Jeflery, Sat.,  Oct. 2 at 3 pm Cedars Inn. Fee  $25. Call for info 886*3008. #39w  Attention Herbal Lile and Herbal  Weight Loss customers. For  prompt Iriendly service and Iree  delivery call Herbal Life independent distributor, Debbie at 886-  2238. Mlw  Gibsons "oldei" mothers ol infants  / toddlers and pre-schoolers,  where em vou? II vou would like lo  meel with us, please call the Infant  Development Program, 885*5940  for'lnformation. MIcfT'  In memory of Stuart Brown who  was taken from us suddenly on  Sunday, Sept. 19, a donation box  has been set up at Cedars Pub. Al  monies will go in trust to Stu's  daughter. Lindsay. I39cn  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER��|  v*w. Relaxation for  A thebody  ~^_~* and the mind.  88^4274  GihsoMtS-Mhett locations  Stuart B. Brown  lept1<Mi1��et-Septltta%t*t3  'Goma hitch a ride  head fct the other side  leave it all brind  never change my mind.  Gonna sal away  9jr*3l*Jjp��ierday  fretdoitliftynrid  f^ifljayfct  .telastfne.'  nitndi fofMr ���  tacavMrn-Aid*  Mat*.  WOMEN'S SOCCER  Looking for women to pul together  a competitive soccer team. ASAP.  Please call Mokie at 885*4626 or  Charty 885-9379. Mtw  ATTENTION AU ARTISANS  Giant Chrislmas Craft Fair, Nov.  20 A 21, Gibsons Legion Hall.  Betty 886-2673, Jackie 886*8895.  M1W  FUN TO GO  lllrilHDAV PARTIES  jjfr Face Painting  M Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bags, & Fun  CallUS-6803to  boekyounl  INTERESTED NUDtSTS  An informal meeting will be held  Sepl. 29 lo determine whel interest  there is in establishing e nude  beach and/or speciel interest  group. Please call 885*4140 alter 7  pm lor more Info. "39cn  We would like lo express our sincere thanks lo si of Ihe caregivers  who look such good cere ol our  mother This includes her home-  makers, the stall al Kiwanis Care  Home and the staff al Tolem  Lodge. We extend a special lhank  you lo Dr. J. Petzold for his personal attention and care  The family of Mary Kinne    139c  Kim Walts - conlact your lather  belore it's too lale. 886*4728 Mlw  COUNSELLING  for individuals, couples, and lami-  lies. Mary Lang (RSW/MSW) 886-  8144. 140*  HHHHMHI  QOAUTY  OflkiSer-kt.  (ktrttourHGibtoiu)  a) WORDPROCESSING  a) f mm  \ BINDING SERVICE  .) BLACK -WHITE t  cowuRxumm  MAMt-UMfUTB  Co* Today Its-Mil  ���-a-_a.:._. a.  mmm  1270 sq. fl. townhouse, no stairs, 2 CA.M.E.O. Singles Club ��� hikes,  bdrms, 2 balhs, enclosed garage, camping, bar-b-cues, crib Pot luck  blinds included. View of Sechell supper, Sept. 18, 7 pm. Kirkland  Marsh. $138,500. By owner. No Cenlre. For info cell 885*9968 or  agents. 885*7615. I39cn 8864954. I39w  Lay-away for Christmas with  AVON. 886*3504. MOw  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7883,24 hour line.        tin  Acupressure A Reflexology.  Relieves stress and tension. Call  886-9234. I39w  VJUJDERVB1. MY SALES  Sat. Oct. 2nd  Local hay or alfalfa.  To pre-order, please call  1-800-663-2678 or  Jeanine Ellingham 885-9969  ARIZONA  2 bdrm lum. "vacation villa' in  retirement complex. Golf course,  pools, and more. Sun City area.  $1200 US/mo. 886*7064.  ��39cn  Profeealonal House Sitter end  Pet Nanny. Quiel, non-smoker,  wriler (lormer nurse). Impeccable  references. 986*5124.       ��39w  ?  Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  ��� PerauMniaHfcRnml*if  unwanted ha.r  ��� UMblcomputemaal  MfSNayla A taknd flaHhodt  ���CompHnmluylOnle.  introduction  ��� Certified Ha-daoMit  ��� Evn,ia-a*jwa*lni-n(nl.miliNf  ��� Privacy a-tha-melawdtfudio  For appointment all 186-77%  One pair bi-focal glasses, gold in  colour. Abbs and School Rd. 886-  3112. ��39cn  DECORATIONS  SERVIETTES  COOKIE CVTTERS  ThttHksttelni  a Halloween  Ss  rltU  m*m  m a-     -a*    aaj   . I  rnwrtWf r��B  ��l Ml Colours ot  ...hckMUna Qreen]  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 886-29231  Ml Res. 885-50681  ���������fl  Know Thyself! Your lile is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by  Dometria. For queries and appointments 885*0261. Mtw  NEW HOURS  Tues. Fri. 10-6  Sat. 10-5  Off ENCHANTED  ���^    GARDEN 6  W        GIFTS  Rear of 689 Hwy 101  ol Marlin Road, Gibsons  Adull children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help      nc  We are pleased lo announce M.V.  Excalibur II, 30 ft. turbo diesel is  now in the inlet. Available for crew  and cargo No |cb too small. 885-  4666.250-5148. I39w  Experience tbe Release of Tension bom Polarity Therapy. It is a  touch technique which aims al Ihe  balancing of lhe body's vital energy end Ihe release of tension. Cal!  Vonnie lor appointments. 883-  9853. I39w  Does someone in your family have  e drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886*9903, 685*7484, 886*9059.  Al-Aleen 686*2565 or 885*7484.  nc  NEW CONCEPT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lose up lo 25 lbs in 1 month snd  leet greet. All natural. Doctor  approved. 100% guaranteed or  money relunded. Wendy 886-  3067. ��40cn  Sunehlne Coast Transition  Houaa.  A safe place tor women and children in crisis. Free confidentiel 24  hour service. 885-2944 tin  TROPICAL FISH  GOLDFISH  25c ia up, supplies ��� equipment.  MOW  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885*3917. tfns  TAKING AN ART CUSS?  We have Ihe largest selection of  art supplies in stock on the Sunshine Coast. Showpiece Gallery,  280 Gower Pt. Road, Gibsons  886*9213. MScn  ART  Children's or adult's classes, privale tutorial, family art and special  home visits for elderly. Individualized instruction in painting and  drawing. CaH 886*0014 to pre-register. MOcn  LINE DANCING  starts Sept. 14. Beginners: Tuesday 8-9 pm, Intermediate, Thursdays 8-9 pm. St. Mary's Hall, Gibsons. $5.00.886*7372,886*3977.  ���39cn  IACL  VttWINARV HOiMTAl  Servingthe  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  fwdtoHQMac's SecheH ���.  885-5158  Wirehaired Fox Terrier puppies,  purebred, born Aug. 25. $350.  Phone 883-2400. 140w  1 1/2 yr. old goat, lem., part Nub*  bian, pail Toganberg. Very friendly, very smart, needs a kind and  loving home, $75,885*7473. #40*  DOG CROSS  "Fundlonol Foods*  ��� Arid-all.  ���Allergist  ��� SpedaklaH  1    ****      Im., a    .   ,  aaaMa.MffMa feaaaa^^v ���mtm.  tet hiunjs rer*eess, cen a hsnes  Distributed locally by a  Michoel McGinnis  ������������taaa  Dads  Looking for a leam or league to  play in? Monday nighls (Coasl  Dart League) men-ladies invited.  Former members of Vancouver's  Wesl End most welcome. 886-  0506 or 886*7041. #39w  BROOKS t MILLER  FLQjJB COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  Organic slug control. Ducks $7.50,  ducklings $2.50. Phone 8854409.  I39w  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving.  Certified trainer. 886*2854. Men  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog A cal boarding. Experienced  dog trainer. 'Science Diet' pel  foods. 886-6568. ttn  Belgian draught horse, good worker, well mannered. 17 hh gelding,  harness, $1350.886*3924. Mlw  Yellow Lab/Golden Retriever X  preler 7-12 week old pup, female,  will consider young adull. 879-  2226 (collecl) after Sepl. 26.M1cn  Furnace for mobile home. 883  2555. M1w  Preschool toys, good quality; Barbie dolls, clothes, and equipment.  885-6026. Mtw  Manual push lawn mower; super  eight movie camera. 885-7144  Mlw  Small motorcycle, musl be in good  shape, inexpensive, larger lhan  50oc. 883*9297. Mien  Car dolly for mid size car - reason*  able. 865*4114. MOw  Lg. cheap dd house trailer lor storage, condition noi important, will  move. 885-9357. tfn  Outboard molor (10-25 HP) for  Sea to Sky Outdoor School. 886-  2258. MOw  Wanted lo buy, leather recliner; tire  screen and tools; and washer A  dryer. 886-2830. H39w  Fishing rod ��� a good salt water;  sturdy enough to land Ihose whoppers! Reasonable $. Call 886-7355  lve. mess. tfns  Hotwheels with redlines on tires  wanled by private collector. 885-  9306. tfns  Wanted lo rent. Space suitable for  small, privale life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886*2622  days. Annie. tfns  Used building materials in good  cond. _ buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials. 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 885-8889. Recycle _  Save. tin  German Shepherd X puppies, tree  to good home. 883-2877 alter 6:30  '(Hn.       m: ��39cn  Piano Tuning.  m^  ���repelte  y��>S ��� ��ppral��ale  KenD.lglelih  886-2843  Yamaha trombone, $200. Alter 5  pm, 8854383. MOcn  Voice, piano, keyboard lessons in  your home. 686*9630.       MOw  VIOLIN  Classical. Celtic and old lime fiddle  styles. 15 yrs prof, exp., 8 yrs  teaching exp. Bill Terry, B.A.,  B.Mus. Sen. Disc. 685*4606 after 4  pm. MOw  Baby grand piano, 'Liebermann',  $6000. View at Taffy's, Madeira  Park Cenlre Phone eves. 885-  6410. H40cn  762 Dogwood, Sunday, Sept. 26,  10-2. ��39cn  Garage sale and bake sale * Langdale Elementary. Primary one is  having Iheir first fundraiser in the  school yard, Sal., Ocl. 2,9am to  3pm. Toys, loys, toys and treasures for all. Come out and support us. I39w  19.Appliance!  Washer A dryer, good working  order, $225.885*5884.      MOw  GE 30* easy clean range, almond,  $275.6864033. Mlw  Almond Whirlpool 18.1 cu. fl. frost  Iree fridge, malching self-cleaning  slove with malching hood and fan,  practically new. 886*8109. ��39w  Three electnc commercial grill top  ranges in very good condilion,  $1000 each obo. Conlacl Dave al  SI. Mary's Hospital. 885-2224,  localtjO tfn  Admiral side by side FF Iridge,  18.2 cu. tl., almond, $575 obo.  885*9336. ss#38w  Leam to play  Highland  Bagpipes  prime bum ft* attage.  886-8875  Blues, jau, classical piano taught  by prolessionel entertainer. All  ages, Gibsons/Sechell 8664281.  MOw  Westwtn. School ot ttusle  Pisno * Guiter ��� Voice - Woodwinds. Beginning choir 3-5; Children's choir 5*7; Girl's choir 8-14;  Boy's choir 8-14; Adult choir 20..  Beginners welcome, free 1/2 hr.  consultations. 885*2460 Davis  Bay. MOw  Singing lessons lor all ages. Children's program (group) ages 5-7.  Gibsons and Sechell. Call Judi  Beagan 865*7503. ��39w  Korg T3. $2000; Peevy Bandit 75,  $150; Treynor Bloc 100, $100;  Effect Pedals. $80*. 886-7178.    '  Mtw  Recliner-rocker, brown velvet, exc  cond., $150 obo. 686*6291.��41cn  Beds, kitchen suite, TV, end  tables, dressers, hideabed  couch . chair, lamps and other  household items 885*2616 or 885-  0878. ��39w  2 new single beds, Sealy Posture-  pedic. $250 each. Phone eves.  6854410. MOcn  Couch and chair, excellent condilion, $550 obo 886-2485   I39cn  Large wooden work table, suitable  for charting, $75; round card table,  chairs, $65.885-7725       ��39w  Two white sofas and malching  chair, top of Ihe line, very modem,  near new, $2500.6864090.I39W  Greal present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper face and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.886-  7307. ss  Used lurniture and misc. 2nd hand  goods. -Castaways' Molly's Lane.  Wed-Sun.. 11am-4:30pm. 886-  8078. or 886*4930. MOw  Round oak table, 40' diam., Iwo  chaiis, $590 obo. 886-9651. MOw  Large anlique lable A 4 chairs;  fold-out couch; couch A loveseat;  bunkbeds. 8854604.        MOw  mm Coast News, September 27, 1993       17  Compiele Waek. white dark loom  equipment, Dursl 606 enlaiger,  $300.886*3619. Mien  Matching almond fridge 8 stove loi  sale, working cond., $150. 886-  3573. ��41w  2 Ford truck radiators; weedeater;  tablesaw. All in good shape. 885-  5335 alt. 6pm. I41w  Fisher woodstove ��� Papa Bear,  $450; Anex heater, $75; portable  washer, $30; pool lable, $350.  885*9772. M1w  STRAWBERRIES  Yes, we sliH have lolsll! Ever-bearing, pesticide Iree, Mason Rd., u-  pick, $1/lb. 5673 Mason Rd. Picking days * Wed. A Sat. 885*3506.  Mlw  Utility trailer, heavy duty, lully  enclosed, 13 in. wheel, $800.886-  3559. I41cn  SEA KAYAK SELL OFF  Sunshine Kayaking Ltd��� Gibsons.  BC. The Annuel Fall Sale ot our  libreglass kayak fleet begins Oct  1 on a firsl come basis. If you have  been looking lo gel into owning  your own but have lound il just loo  expensive, here is a golden opportunity. The sale also includes related equipment. Phone 886*9760  M1w  Mobile compressor on trailer on  nine horse bridge, good lor carpenter with air tools. $1200 obo.  885*3398. MOw  Nantucket vinyl siding, while.  Avail, with accessories. Sealed  glass window units, new, various  sizes. 886*3115 eves.      Mtcn  Fisher double door airtight wood  slove, good cond. $150.885*5688  Mien  REDWKJQLERS  Now available for composting.  Complete set-up kits, also. 885-  7670. Mien  Viking elec. range, self-clean,  almond, $350; Royal Albert Petit-  Point 8 place setting (5 pes.)  numerous exlra serving pieces.  $500.665*7011 or 859-9991 .MOw  4x8 utility trailer. 14 in. lires, $550.  885-4851 aft. 6pm.        ssM1w  5II. Amer. Standard gray bathlub  and plastic shower surround, $75;  6 drawer dresser, $45.885-4114.  MOW  Inglis washer, GE dryer, 30' stove,  $150,886-2792. MOcn  XL1A0 chainsaw, good working  cond., $100.8864560      MOw  ������. -���****i   9 dr. dresser, lg. mirror, humidifier  (cabinet style); exercise bike; Ig.  trunk; wheelbarrow; moving dolly.  886*7990. MOW  Pacific Energy air-tight F/P insert  slove,  variable  speed Ian,  29*x24'x2r, $600 obo. 986*1156.  MOw  Washer and diyei, $350/pr; Ken-  moie vacuum. $175; 26" color TV,  $150; small microwave. $40. 886-  TOW-  #39cn  Wood heater. $300 obo; heavy  duty captains bed, $100 obo. 885-  7553. #39���  21. For Sale  1986 John Deere 310C backhoe.  Extend-a-hoe, live thumb, 3 buck*  els. excellent condition. $22,500.  885-5893. ��39cn  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  886*7727 ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  886*2546. ss  24 HOUR  TOWING  WALTS  886-9500/cel. 2404575  2 ocean kayaks Nimbus Puffins -  equip, $1600 ea. 883-9775 eves,  or wknds. ��39w  Firewood, $l00/cord, free delivery  in Sechelt area. Phone 885*7567  days 4 865-7553 eves      #39w  Lounger Stable, $50; umbrella, 77 Ford Muslang, V4 aulo, good  $50; deep fryer, $15; bread box,       ,..,.     ,,   "        ,    "  ch rome, $10; barbecue. $95.885* COnd*0"' $700 obo or lrade ,or  5125. ��39w w.h.y. 885*0583. M1cn  For all your  renovation needs call  HANDiUX  CONTRACTING  * Residenlial  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  Call Bruce 885-1949  Used floats ��� 5x100, 5x70, and 2  only 5x24, 10 blue flotation barrels. 883*2767. I39w  HUNTERS  Complete reloading equipment.  Too much lo list. 885*7623. ��39w  CEDAR ��� regular dimension or  cuslom size available, competitive  pnees. 685-0270. Mien  Craftsman 36" riding lawn mower,  $450 obo. 885*3469. ��39w  Diving regulator. $200; diving  tanks, $140; diving nautilus, $700;  dive compressor. $2500. water  skis, $150; ladies sz. 7 roller-  blades, $75; propane cooler A  slove (lor boat). $75; microwave,  $50; hot tub orinetor (new), $75.  B86-9421. ��39w  Moving ��� portable dishwasher;  Lazy Boy rocker recliner; 2 TV  stands; 14; TV. colour, etc. 1048  Rosamund Rd., also garage sale  on Sept. 18419,10*4.886*7425.  ���39w  Antique wood burning cook slove.  $600.885-3506. ssM1w  Electric lawnmower, Black A Decker, 19 in., $175.685*9409. MOw  Sony 1/2'VCR, 4 heads, Hal black  finish, $250, call 886*2622 Tues*  Fri. afternoons ask lor Annie, tfns  Rilchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 686*2622, ask  lor Annie. tins  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 Ib. A $4 lb. To order  885*7348 Namaste  ���39*  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top soil by tha tan-  darn dumptruck load.  Langdale-Roberts Creek $250  Roberts Creek-Davis Bay $275  Davis Bay ��� Halfmoon Bay $285  While quantities last. Csll W.D.  Excavating, 686*9764 or csll. I  1-220-1526. tins  Omega 500 colour monitor, .printer, new HI. kit, 2 controllers, extra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  886*3280 or 886*0924. tfn  Used railway lies, greal lor retaining walls. 886*8204. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65.886-9665. tfns  1981 GMC window van, good tor  work vehicle. 8854052.     M1w  '73 MGB GT hard lop, good cond.,  $1900000.886*8302       Mien  1979 Olds Cutlass Calais, has PS.  PB. V-8. aulo, $1600 obo. 886-  0007. M1cn  Two cockatiels with cage, large  perch and access., $100 obo;  black ber set, 3 stools. $100 obo;  older cabinel, Singer sewing  machine, many attachments  works well, $150 obo. 886*0242  before 10 pm MOcn  Patio set lor sale, four chairs and  one lable. white. $45/sel Brad  886*9090 7am*4pm. M1w  RSF energy woodstove. exc.  cond. 685*6052. M1w  Folding cot and mattress. $75 obo;  marine toilet $35.885*7575  ��40cn  Complete colour co-ordinated  boys large hockey gear. 1 year  old. 683*9773. MOcn  Inglis washei, good condition; custom made leather motorcycle jacket, like new 886-8074      MOcn  84x69 leak French doors on 2��8  Irame Open 1 side / could open 2  sides. $225 obo 885*3435 MOcn  TOPSOIL  Gravels, llll, sand. Reasonable.  CsH Doug 185*5070.      MOcn  Poller's studio Shimpo Wheel. 6  cu It Eslrin kiln, shell, clay. etc..  $1500.886*7209 $40cn  FRESH SALMON FOR SALE  CakTim 885*4818 I39cn  Canopy, aluminum ��� for import  truck, long box, $100.886*9056.  MOw  10' FIBREGLASS SKIFF, $300.  8854818. ��39cn  Skis 93160 Blizzards Tyrolia bindings, Salomon boots, Kerm poles.  $350,886*7545. ��39w  500 gal. propane gaslank, $600  obo; 24 in. Hotpoint 2 dr. F.F.  1990 fridge, $500 obo; 30 in. Mot  fat gold slove. good cond.. $75  obo. 885*1912. M9w  Queen-size waterbed. $100;  portable dishwasher, $50; two  2'x2' skylight kits, new, $40 ea.  886*3638. ��39*  MOSTOaUIMBIt  NBTMJMNDMW  UHlSHVKiWHl  coMTOYouRHnmrr  |    TOOJTYOURIaOM.  I4HR. TOWING  AMXAnOMCKURS  ITOWMI  MMOtO  PaMts for most makes foreryt  domestic, 8 wheel drttt,  4 whed drtre $ some do drtat.  Some parts Installation  1986 Turbo Lazer. new brakes,  tune-up, new tires, exc. cond.,  $3500; 1982 Yamaha 650 Maxi*  um, 45,000 kms., needs minor  repairs (parts incl.) 2 owner bike,  $750 obo; 1973 Ford 3/4 ton, new  tires, body in good shape, runs  well, exc. work truck, $1800 obo.  Eves. 866*4574. ��39w  1981 Corvette, good cond. 885-  4026. ��39w  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, ae, all power, excellent condilion $4550.886-4641   SSMOw  '66 Chevy van, reliable, little rust,  needs brakes, $750 obo. 885-  1938. MOw  '89 Tracker 4X4 converlable,  85.000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 886*7556. ssMlw  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25,000 km. Beautilul condition,  one owner $10,995. 685*3281  MDL5936   77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 obo. 886-3648 ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr.. 8 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond.. low mileage,  $5000 obo. 883-2512. ss  CLEAROUT! Used lires. wheels.  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  885*7167 ss  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  885-7518. ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 886*3005 8am  5pm. tfn  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB. aulo., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  886*7800. ss  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5.2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886*3001.  ss  KCMITMMHM  ��� SUIIEYS 111.  CWllRlllllNrm  MX.M.M.C.   M.'N.A.U.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond., 20,000 kms., $1450 obo.  885*5492. ss��39w  ���85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja. ���  Black, like new, 20,000 km.,  $3.500.886-4616 all. 7 pm.    te.)-  Auoute  jatjjjtte  imaerr  Exercise bike. $125. 885*5473  eves. )39w  Washer . dryer, working, $100;  woodburning stove, $150. 885-  8558 ��39w  Full size camper fng. stove heater,  $1500 obo. 886*2108. ss  IBM PC Compatible 286/640KB  computer with hard drive and 51/4  floppy drive. Includes monochrome monitor, enhanced keyboard, Panasonic Dol Matrix printer with stand, DOS 5.0 and some  software. $750 obo. Days 886-  8155 eves 886-3211        ��39w  Utility trailer $275; CCM exercise  bike, top ol the line, like new.  $145 886*3211 I39w  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884*5240.  tin  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdim. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile Home. Bnghl. spacious layout excellenl condition, very  clean, newly painted t renovaled  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, while walls.  400 sq. II. deck, fridge A slove  included, washer. dryer optional.  Excellent localion, close lo ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl  $195. 886*8095. $39,900. Call to  view tfns  GOOD HAY  $4.00/Bale Delivered  Straw KOtVbale  Garden Mulch Hey $3.50  Whole oels 1Mb  Call Between 12*1 pm  1854357  Explorer XLT 4x4, 4 door, auto.  This is the answer for the '90s.  885*3281. MDL5936  89 Honda CRX, SI, 5 sp., whl.,  blk. int., HB, pwr, suntt., low kms,  $9500.886*8231 or 294*5045.  ���39w  '83 Toyota Tercel wagon, 4 wd,  130 km on engine, very good lunning condilion, one owner since  '85, $1750 obo. 86*4664.    D39w  Security, fenced  and lighted  Halfmoon Bay  Area,  Reservations  Taken now  888-2703  22. Heavy  Equipment  '81 Mazda GLC. standard, runs  well, good lires, $750, as is. 885-  3626. #39w  1988 5 sp.. 4 dr.. red Nissan Sen-  Ira, $6000 Obo. 886-4837.SSM2W  1987 Hyundai Pony, aulo, slereo,  good lires, new brakes. Needs timing chains. $1100 obo. 8854928.  Mfcn  Four 22fV75/18 - 8 bott tlreo, rtma  and caps. 885*5009.        MOw  1977 Toyota Corolla hatchback,  needs brakes, rusty, good work  car, $300.885*7733.        MOw  1976 Corvette Stingray, $7000 ���  will trade for pickup. 885-7703.  MOW  1979 Dodge Caravell s/w, 318  auto, reliable, $800 offers. 886-  6448. MOcn  1975 Vsgi, good condition,  54,000 miles, new tins. $650.  883-1141. 13901  ___?  LOOKING  FOR A VEHICLE?  You lell ue whet you went...  (year, make model)  we tell you who has III  Dealer Pre-owned Vehicles  CALL TOLL FREE  1-800-567-5535  aaaaaaaaa aa r a*aaa I ��* I paa > SAaaaaa I a.. 1 aaa  ���f&jlaTa Hemic  THIS 'N THAT  BIG 'N SMALL  UGLY 'N PRETTY  WE HAVE'iM ALU  (almost)  Centurion Auto  5645 Wharf Rd. S.!-holl  885-4004 MDL831 7  1973 Super Beelle. $2500 obo.  883*9234 ss  a _  1974 Dslsun 260Z alpine stereo,'  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  000 886*7378 ss  61 VW Jetta 4 dr., S sp., sunroof,  $3500000.866-7969. ss  1990 Beretla GT, 3.1 multi-port  luei injected, $10,000.886*2893.  MtW  1��7Tsrn��4dr.,P/W,P/M.,alr  cond., AM/FM slereo, sn. cond.,  $3000.885-4054. Ml39w  '91 Aerostar XLT V6.1 owner.  "Psopls Mover,' total driving  experience! 885*3281. MDL5936  1968 Ford Tauius, am/lm, Ac Vt,  auto/od, 4 door, sxc. cond. $5995.  886-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1986 Chevelie 4 dr., hatchback,  good cond., good tires, $2250.  665*4145. MOW  1989 29 ft. Wilderness trailer, fully  equipped with all possible options,  mint condition, $13,500 obo. 1984  7 1/2 It. Okanagan camper lor  small truck, fully equipped, perfect  condition, $4,200 obo. 886*3865.  M1cn  1986 Fifth Wheel with hitch. Trave-  laire. 18 1/2' as new. $8900 obo.  685*9451. Mtcn  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886*9025. ss  1970 VW Csmpmobile camper.  Rusty bul running $500 obo. 885-  6034 alter 5 pm. MOcn  25 It. Executive, $15,000 obo.  Truck or Iruck and camper trade.  885*9233. ��39cn  '79 ��� 19II. Travelalre trailer. Mint  condition. Reasonable price. 885-  3753. #39cn  Aerostar A.W.D. Front A rear  heat, power windows, power lock,  overdrive, auto, 7 pass. SUCH A  DEAl. 885*3281. MDL5936  1974 Volvo, rebuilt motor, new  exhaust, clutch, $1650 obo. 683-  9590. #39cn  1977 Lincoln MK V with |  runs good. $1750 obo. 883*9590.  ��39cn  1962 Mercury unibody pickup, new  paint, tires, 6 cyl., 3 spd, $4800.  1972 Ford camper, special $1000.  886*4563 or 886*8910.     #39cn  Mustang GT convertible, white on  whits. 5.0 L/aulo. Absolutely  loaded - with leather! 27k.  $19,495,885*3281. MDL5936  'M Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass.,  summsr at winter lires, low miles,  sxc. cond., $6000 obo. 886*0980  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond,,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 886*  8032. ���       ���   ��� j  '84 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp.,  new Ures. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  885-4054. SS  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950 obo. 886-3484. ss  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  complelely refurbished, a greal  lamily wagon. SALE $2,495. 885-  3281.MDL5936  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond,, exc. lor parts,  $400 obo by end of May. Call 686*  2622. tfns  '88 Cavallerr Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  886-7854 ad. 5:30pm. ss  1968 Bronco II. 6 cyl aulo. Greal  in snowl 685*3261. MDL5936  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886*7150  1984 Mazda RX-7, 78.000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt clutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities  Reliable A strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 Ifns  1984 Dodge Aries K-car, new  brakes, tires, carb., 2.2 Hire 4 cyl..  good shape. $2000 obo. 885*9706  all. 5pm. ��39w  ^Bm-wU-wS-l-^mW^ a6 por(j Escor| wag0ni 5 sp  Re-conditioned 316 motor, $250    .��� ��� .. ^- .   ._  ..    ,        _...... stereo, 90,000 kms., exc. cond.,  obo; Radicon gear box 50*1  ratio, never used, $325 obo. 885* K-��0 obo. Motorolla cellular car  3435. MOcn phone, $75.885*0470.      ��39w  1968 Escort wagon. 4 cyl. auto,  cassette, one owner. 865*3281.  MDL5936  1990 Honda CRXsi. black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km. very  clean inside . out, $10,000 obo.  886*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air.  power, while, exc. cond.. 35,000  kms. $15,000 obo. 886*3623   ss  ���91 Isuzu Trooper XS 4x4, 26,000  km, on warranty, like new,  $14,500,886*8044. Mtcn  19N Bronco II4X4 V6 4 sp. aulo.,  -MS, W/POL, $8800.886-8033.   Mlw  1989 Chev 1500 fuHslzePU, 5 ap.,  4.3 L, w/canopy. $6200. 886-  2702. Mtw  1992 Dodge Dakota 4x4 ext. cab,  22,000 km, $14,500 obo. 883-  2881 Mlcn  1981 Silver Dalsun, 4x4 Klngcab  w/liftkil and canopy, $4500. 886-  9868, call aft. 6:30 pm.     M1cn  '86 Crew Cab Nissan pick-up with  canopy, 5 spd, 1 owner. 885*9323.  a";  M1cn  1974 Dodge 1-ton flat deck,  $2200,886*0940, cell 741*4243.  M1cn  1988 Ford F150 4X4, 302, 5 sp.,  canopy, many extras, $9700.885-  4851 aft. 6pm. ssMlw  'SI Ford 4x4 nssds work. 888*  mt. MOcn  1987 Toyota 4x4,6* Wl, new fires,  brakss, dutch, chrams mags, sxc.  cond. $0000 obo. 885-8906.M0cn  '80 Ford F-250 V-8 aulo, $1800  obo. 886*7927. 13901  1973 Chev 3 ton dumptruck, 350  cu. in., on propane, just recertified,  $7000 obo. 685*7553.       ��39w  78 Ford van 6 cyl., runs good,  rusty, $500 obo. 886*3694. MOw  Great on gas ��� '80 Mazda truck,  good deal, $450.886*7374. MOw  '76 Ford XLT 4X4 pickup, aulo.,  PS/PB, new brakes, looks and  runs excellenl, $3500 obo. 886-  7099 aft. 6pm. ssMlw  1987 Ford F150, 6 cyl. stand.,  canopy, boxliner, exc. cond.,  $6000000.885*4146.       ��39w  '80 1/2 ton F-100,300 aulo., runs  well. $1200 obo. 885*5959.��39w  ���80 GMC 3/4 ton. $2700 In exc.  cond. 686*7774 or 886*3027.  ss  1968 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 caplain chairs, sola bed.  Loaded. Only 77.000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000. 886*2342  or cell 11*220*5261. ss  '74 Ford F250 pickup. 390 4 sp..  $700 Obo. 885*0470. ��39w  79 Chev. 3/4 ton camper special  with 8 fl. camper. 3 burner, stove,  healer, fridge, good cond.. $5500  obo. 883*2756. ��39w  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  886*8204. ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto. $8500.886*8301 ss  1983 GMC 3/4 Ion. great shepe.  automatic. $2800.885*5623 all. 6.  ssl39w  '84 Toyola Van, 7 psgr. Toyola  reliability. $4,800 obo. 686*7648.  ss  '91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyl., 5  sp.. 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  886*9500. SSK39W  1983 MAZDA  B-2000 long box pick up. exceptional condilion, malching canopy,  $3,500,866*7098. MOw  1966 Dodge step ven, $500 obo.  883*2555. Mlw  9' Quicksilver inflatable, excellent  condition, $650; Tohatau 31/2 hp  outboard, hardly used, $450.685-  2831. M1oi  18ft. welded alum, centre consols,  T.lop, built-in gas tank, swim gild,  sounder, 115 hp Suzuki P.T.T.,  9.9 Evinrude, Highllnger trailer,  $15,000,865-5700.        MOcn  Excellent Value  12 fl. aluminum Mirrocraft (cartop-  per) never In waler, 7.5 HP Merc  motor, exc. cond., like nsw. Pkg.  $2000 firni. 886-0580 aft. 5pm.  MOw  Handcraft wooden 8 ft. Pram  dinghy, 2 HP motor, oars, beaching trolley, like new. 885*5607.  ______       ,J, Mfllj  14 fl. slumlnum boal A trailer, 5  hp, oars + extras. $1200 obo. 885*  0249. MOcn  1980 ��� 70 HP Evinrude and controls, rebuilt. $1750 obo. 885-  6385. #39*  Relic's aluminum 18' jel boat,  $14,000,886-0421. ��tw  30 fl. cabin cruiser, twin Chrysler  360, many extras, $6000 obo.  533-1522 or 885*4418.      #39*  2850 Bayliner 10' beam, cabin  cruissr, Sscrst Cove Marina,  $13,500,922*1690. I39w  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  2 mobile homes, 12x40, $12,500;  10x52, $10,900.685*0604. M1cn  NtwHomw  From $35,900 F.P.  Mm! have own localion  6% down or wo will  take your trade, car  boat sic.  CalcoM  507-r-l tin  NtWrlK  tin  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellenl condition, very  clean, newly painled A renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams ki living room, while wals,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge A stove  Included, wsshsr A dyer optional.  Excesenl locsbon, dose lo leny, kl  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rant  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Cal lo  view. tfns  Adult community  Rents from $235/mo.  For Info, cel  597*3322  1985 Harley Dresser, $11,500.  885*4089. Mien  '91 Honds CR250. Many exlras.  $3,000.8864746. ss  Hunter special: .\ Suzuki 230 4*  wheel ATV, low mileage, $2400.  865*9323. Mtcn  67 Honda 250XL, 15,000 km,  sireel legal dirt bike, $1650. 885*            3835. MOcn  28 ft. Trend boat, ideal lor fishing, 1966 Honda CR125. good cond.,  twin power, $35,900 or Irade lor some exlras. $1200. Sieve 885-  property. 885*0722. ��39w    9656. MOw  1989 * 14 fl. Fibretech triplehull.  dual lanks, swivel seats, fish holding lank, plus extras. 25 HP Merc,  electric start. Galvanized Highliner  Bailer. All ilems in exc. cond., low  hours, selling for health reasons.  $2800.886-8537. Mtw  Windsurfer Hy Fly Nova $600 obo.  886-3623. ss  28 ft. Umfty fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic lish Under, lots ol extras.  George 686*8139. ss  1966 21 II Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin. 6 cyl Mercruiser. 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped lor lishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery. UHF CB. 2  depth sounders. $12,900 886-  7255. ss  18ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda. $3000 886*9224  ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885*5278.  tin  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-20-30-40*50*70 HP 1992*1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 863*2456.      tin  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.886-3457. SS  27 ft. Bayliner 302 Merc, cruiser  8.5 Johieon outboard, exc. cond., f/W/C, slove, Ice box, VHF,  $800; ore man boal loader, $20; sounder, $14,000 obo. Watt 886-  boal swivel seal, $10; 30x20 tarp   8589. MOw  $15,8864196. M1cn  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new:  offers. 686*8622. ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike for parts $600 takes ail.  686-7722 leave message,     tins  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000.886*7484. SS  2 like new 1993 Honda R50 dirt  bikes, $850 eech, obo. 885-2905.  MOw  Reliable long-time SC couple,  seeking leasable 2*3 bdrm affordable house lo rent. Willing to  redecorate, maintain house/gar*  den/landscape. Gibsons ��� Hallmoon Bay. 686*2576.       Mien  Photographer, responsible, single,  quiet house Roberts Creek or  elsewhere, loresi or waterlront,  maintenance work negotieble,  $450 max. Irwin 6654216 or 255* -  2767. MOw  ,  Melure protessionai couple N/S,'  N/D, handyman, relerences avail* I  able lor careiaking position, prefer'  unfurnished. 686*4820.     MOw .  Wanted lo rent. Space suitable lor \  small, privale life drawing dasses,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Musi  be  reasonable.  886-��  9665.Annie. Ifna .  Small house, quiet spot, single I  woman, $350 max. 885*0408.       '���  ���39w '  I  ���  SHARED ACCOMMODATION ���,  Ideal for mill ttudsnL North Hoed'^  Gibsons, no pes), Oct IS. $360.  886-6095. Ore  Waiertront 3 bdrm older itjtt  house, Pender Harbour, leuady/,'"  oil/wood, n/s, avail, del. t. "  $650/mo. 883*9446. Mien  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm. with lg.  dstachsd workshop, $700/mo.  Rels. 883-9235 lv. mass,   jgj  Dupes, lor rent, 3 befem, nur mw,  4eppi., satatno, mmum  Watertront shared eawoa-nm: J  bdrm rancher, Redrooffs area, ;  $40tVmo+1/2 un. 885-2474.    '    Mtai  2 bdrm condo, Secrel Covs, fur*  nlshed, 5 appl., rafs. req.,  $650/mo. 685*8831.        M1tn   .   aii -f-i**-"*-  1 bdrm condo, Secrel COi/eyeli- I  nished, 5 appl, rets. req.,**(ljf8. I  885-8831 Midi  1 bdim house, large yard, Laurel i  Rd., Davis Bay, $600/mo. Call i  Langley 888*6496 e-.-enings.M1en  '  Lower Gteora, 2 bdrm apartment,  $700 sq. ft. avail. Oct. 1, pdvsls  entrance, storage and h/w tank; 1  lawdrytrtprtng.|aoaMg.'&. ;  meee734*0323. Mtcn  . .n.i.ii.i.. * ^______,.. ��� - - ..  rtopnns Lag. aMerriwi raws on  Point Rd. Easy walk to feny. 3  bdrms (or 2. den), 2 beta, turn. If  required. N/S, no pets. Rata. 1-  274*8056 or 866-8019.     Mtcn  Gibsons 1 bdm homs, sxc. vfsw,  f/p, w/d, nfs, $700. Aval. Od. 15.  Close lo el smartass. 875*1226.  Mtcn    j  Trail Island apta., Waet Sechelt, '  beautiful ocean view, large 2 bdrm j  evail. Ocl. 1, rets, please. $625. '  865-5143.                    Mtcn -  1 bdrm suite, Redrooffs Rd., self-  contained, $450 ��� util. Laundry  facilities. Avail. Ocl. 1.885*3557.  Mtcn  pay for 3k Insmrtlt  AH classifieds mat bn  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  hml4__W tka *���*���--   J -     mm *������*���-    '       -i--  sniNi mt Muinjuy or vnsKsiMr *  EdHlen. Uple10wardia;2SeMite  t- - ��� -.I, Malillllim ill     - --*  for iQui QQumonoi worn.  Ftn: Losl, Found ft Ftm  Sure, Soil ClaeeHlede  $17 up to 10 words  $ I each additional word  Your od, selling one Item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us lo renew il  by classified dSadliM ��� Noi .mtleU, l��� commercial oaaVaamaaa-a  Coaat News  CLAfSINID DEADLINES:  Memetay l-JIH-en We>e>k*n4*r  0 PM. THURSDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886*2622 Sechelt 8853930 18       Coast News, September 27, 1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad -.5 times  and pay for only 2 times!  THT  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  3 bdrm mobile home. Rosemond  Rd. oil Pratt. 4 appl. $700/mo.  Avail. Oct 1 886*9500. ttn  2 bdrm. mobile. SCMHP. $500.mo  885*0604. M1w  Hopkins Ldg. Point Rd., 4 bdrm., 5  appl., avail. Ocl. 15, $800/mo. 886-  0260. M1w  2 bdrm. bungalow, waterfront, near  Langdale terminal, fully furnished,  includes appliances, dishes, bedding, etc. Suitable lor couple,  immed. occupancy. Irom Sepl. '93  to June 25 '94. Rent $750/mo. plus  utile. Please call 886*2069.  Mlw  Waterfront 2 bdrm. lumished collage, wood A al heal, adults only,  N/P. includes cable, avail. Oct. 3.  $600/mo. 886*0645 or 436*3843  Mlw  View, new 1 bdrm. apt in a central  lcc on the ground lloor. $525/mo  Call Val at 686*8923        Mlw  Gibsons 2 bdrm. 1425 sq. fl town-  home, 4 appl., carport, sundeck,  dost to shopping 1 schools, aval.  Oct 1/03, $775/mo. 8864680. Hn  Centrally located condo, 2 bdrm ���  den, 1 1/2 balhs, l/p, garage, 5  appliances, n/s, rels req. $750/mo.  Call Laurella 666*2277 or 886  9683. Mien  House in Roberts Creek ��� dose lo  Gibsons. 1 bdrm. + den, country  kitchen, on acreage, avail. Oct. 1,  $675/mo. 296-5215. MOW  Waterlront 2400 sq. fl. house,  newly renovated, $750/mo. 886-  3062 or 273*7068. MOw  Nice large waterfront apt. at Secret  Cove. Year round. $550/mo. Call  Hayden 885*9368, Iv. mess,   tfn  New furnished or unfurnished  suits, privale enlrance, sundeck,  panoramic view, near lerry, lull  cable, utils incl. $575 886-7394  MtW  Gibsons Wstsrtront lurnished  colleges: 2 bedrooms. $850/mo.: 1  bedroom, 4850/mo.; 1 bedroom,  $500/mo. Long term lease, avail,  immed. 8B6*9518or 1*737*2136.  M1w  Claiming 2 bdrm. apl., W/F. view,  W/D, F/S, furn. or unfurn.,  $80tVmo. 883*1122 Robi.   Mlw  One loom tor rent In Cedars trailer  court. $200/mo. 885*3313  Mlw  l 2 bdrm apartment.  700 sq. fl., avail. Oct. 1. Pnvate  entrance, storage A H/W tank.  Laundiy A parking. Lv. mess. 734-  0323. MOcn  12 POINT  PANORAMIC VIEW  2 bdrm. master ensuite. gas F/P. 5  appl.. deck, lower Gibsons,  $750/mo. a-ulils. 886-2588 or 1-  736*4804. MOW  2 bdrm. apart., Sechelt, avail. Nov.  1,$600/mo. 885*4535.       ��40w  Roommate wanted. 2 bdrm apt.  d/w. w/d, view, balcony. Close to  all amenities. N/S. $320/mo ��� 1/2  util. 886*3249. MOcn  3 bdrm suite, f/p. 2 car garage,  walking dislance to mall and bus.  Avail. Oct. 16.886*9376.   MOcn  Avail: 1 bdrm A 2 bdrm apts. $390  and $425 plus damage deposil  Dean 886*8073 or 886*4204  MOcn  Beautilul. spacious country home.  2 baths, sauna, shared accommodation. $350 or $475/mo plus ulil  Call8868782or886-0014 MOcn  Avail. Oct. 1. 2 bdrm, tull basement, view home on Francis  Peninsula Rd., $775/mo, partially  furnished, 4 appis 1-530-0266  MOcn  Greer Rd Oavis Bay. 3 bdrm  home. $650/mo 1*204*489*8634  for appl. MOcn  Gibsons 1 bdrm. basemenl suite in  nice home in Bonniebrook. Large,  brighl kitchen, level entry. Close to  beach. N/S please. $500 incl. utils.  686*3575. ��40w  Spacious 1 bdrm. suite Davis Bay  area. N/P. N/S. W/D. cable, ulils.  ind.. $550/mo. 885*8895.   MOw  Bachelor suite in Gibsons, avail,  immed.. $450/mo. 685-6009.M0W  Gibsons spacious 2 bdrm. large  deck, spectacular harbour view,  $625/mo a-ulil. 886*3368   ��40cn  Gibsons spacious 1 bdrm. apl. in  2 yr. old building, ground floor,  central location, W/D, $575/mo.  includes heat A hydro, avail. Oct.  1.298*5215. MOcn  Mid 40s professional male with 3  bdrm. home in lower Gibsons will  share accom. wilh tradesmen/  handyman. Interested in exchanging renl for repairs and mainl. lo  house. 686-2207. MOw  Bachelor suite, adult oriented, marvelous view, separate kitchen, privale enlrance, F/P, laundry facility  ind. 886-0990. Mlw  Luxury upper floor, 3 bdrm. near  marina, no pets, avail. Oct. 1,2/3  utils. $850/mo. 886*9408.   Mlw  Avail. Ocl 1. Gibsons, new I  bdrm. view deck, suit single n/s,  n/p. 5550imo incl util Rels. 886-  9043. MOcn  Avail. Oct 1.2bdrm 12x68mobile  Fudge, slove. w/d. large workshop,  excellenl cond 14 ��� 1416 North  Rd. $625/mo No dogs 886-9581  MOcn  One bedroom apl. lower Gibsons.  Private deck and garden, lovely  view, overlooking manna, bnght &  sunny new kitchen, bathroom,  laundry. Quiet secure building.  $650 The Westpod 886*3420.  MOcn  One bedroom apt. lowei Gibsons  New kitchen . bathroom, quiet and  secure building, laundry, close lo  all amenities $690 The Westpod  886-3420. MOcn  Bright ocean Iront 1 bdrm suite.  Gibsons area Avail Oct 1 Sorry  no pels $550'mo. 886-2596  MOcn  Hopkins Ldg spacious 4 bdrm.  lum. home, 4 appl. F/P, 1 1/2  balhs at cable incl Lg deck  w panoramic view. N/S, $850/mo.  rets, req 535-1834 eves.    MOw  2 bdrm. upper level of house in  Gibsons, newly painted, hardwood  floors. F/P, deck w/oulstanding  view, W/D, quiet neighbourhood,  avail. Ocl. 1, refs. req $700/mo.  Sieve 688*7757 ext-X-120 or 255-  9924. MOw  NEW APTS ON WHARF RD.  Two bedroom with balcony, 4  appl., laundry room A security  door. $600/mo. plus utilities. Refs.  req. 8854103. MOcn  2 bdrm furnished waterfront cabin,  Granlhams Ldg., avail. Sept. 20,  $550/mo. 931-7854. MOcn  Wanted lo share, M/F. 2 bdrm.  house, central Gibsons, D/W, W/D,  garage, $450/mo. 886-0541 or 1-  739*0493. ��39w  Condo, Secret Cove, long term, 5  appl. 885*8831. ��39w  2 bdrm. house Fairview Dr. near  the arena, Sechelt View, lg. deck,  appis., shared W/D, avail, immed.  885-2159. ��39w  New 4 bdrm. home in Sechelt, 2  car garage, 2 1/2 bath, 5 appl.,  F/P, refs. req. N/P, $1100/mo. 886-  9039. ��39w  Upper Gibsons and central, 2  bdrm. a-, executive lownhouse,  N/S. N/P, $825/mo. 886*2830.  ��39at  New deluxe 1 bdrm. above ground ��� M-"1- - ''replace, skylight, moun*  basemenl suite, Bay area, no pets, lain v*e"'avail- immed., $425/mo.  avail. Oct. 15, $500.886-0103.        * ���*�������� 886-0539. ��39w  One  housekeeping  room  at  SDOO/mo avail, immed. 666.0539  ���39w  Cute 2 or 3 bdrm. home with view,  close to amenities, newly renovated, N/S, refs. req. $8507mo. 922-  9814. ��39w  Waiertront panoramic view, lg I  bdrm apt.. $550/mo. 886*8758.  ���39w  Near Gibsons, lg. top floor 3 bdrm  2 baths, F/P, rec. rm., shared laundiy, avail. Oct. 1.$B00/mo. A ulils  922*1880. ��39w  2 bdrm house, w/d, lower Gibsons,  $700.686*3222. I39cn  Male single parent, boy nine, have  Iwo rooms in basemenl, Robeits  Creek. Share rest ol houss snd  util $350/mo. 886*7358. 886-81%  Iv message ��39cn  I bdrm suile. $450/mo. separale  hydro and phone, cable incl. 886  2265. H39w  Modern 1 bdrm. suile, 5 appl, on  acreage, $600/mo. 886*7461.  ��39w  Cozy, clean, lurnished self-contained cottage (lower Gibsons),  cable, ulils incl., suil quiet, single  working person or retiree,  $5157mo. 685-3433. #39w  12x68' mobile Sundance Park, 2  bdrm., large addilion and decks,  W/D, S/F, no dogs, rels., $675/mo.  t deposit, Oct. 1.885-5782.M1W  Tiny single sleeping room, beach  side, central W. Van. Sunshine  Coasl visitors in lieu ol hotel, by  monlh. 926*2152. ��39w  Big Maples Mobil* 2 bdrm. doublewide, new carpets, W/D, wallpapered, deck, adulls only (55+),  N/P. $500/mo. Ocl. 15. Call 886-  3087. tfns  1 bdrm. waterfront suite, brighl,  clean, laundry, balcony, $350/mo.  883*9177. I39w  Large 2 bdrm. house, across from  beach, Tuwanek. N/S prefer..  $635/mo. + utils. 988-9552. ��39w  2 bdrm lumished house in Sandy  Hook, view, $675 + utils. 8854867  after 5 pm. 13901  Irwin Motel Trailer Court, 2 bdrm  trailer, $475/mo. plus ulils. Avail.  Oct. 1.886-3331. #39cn  Immac. 2 bdrm. lownhouse, view,  Sechell, avail. Sepl. t, $800/mo  2 bdrm. condo wilh basement,  view, Gibsons. $#675/iU0a,,��     i  NRS Sechelt Property  Managernent 115-9093  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  TtSffa  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  888-8107  3 bedroom duplex  .$900/month  2 bedroom beach  cottage $700/month  Upper Gibsons, 1 bdrm. suile avail.  Oct. 2, N/S. $500/mo uliit. incl.  886*3107. I39w  Gibsons * clean 2 bdrm. suite with  view, avail, immed., F/S, W/D, storage, parking, close to all amen  aties 596*1669. I39w  Upper Gibsons 2 bdrm. house,  ocean view. N/S. N/P, $720/mo *  ulils.. rels. req. 886*0318.   ��39w  $800/mo. avail. Ocl. f, neai 2  bdrm. house al 290 Skyline, Gibsons Muff. 877-1770 or 325-5533  Irene, or 8884881 weekends.  ���39w  Robeits Creek low bank Waleilront  property, two bedrooms, $1,100  per month.  Two bedroom townhouse, central  Gibsons, adull oriented complex,  greal view. $800 per month.  Selma Park ��� two bedroom water  view house, $650 per month.  Two bedrooms, plus guesl suite ��� a  home in a privale setting ��� across  sireel from beach, $1250.  Spacious Ihree bedioom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sept. 1. $1,250.  APARTMENTS  Two bedioom side-by-side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  renl includes heat and hot waler,  $625.  One bedroom apartment, central ���  renl includes heat and hot water,  $525.  COMMERCIAL  1800 uq. fl. warehouse and office  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple nel.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886*3330  .    . *���tataa  Ful||t|pished studio  kitchenette, TV, linen seivice and  guest laundromat. Located across  from Gibsons Yacht Club A Man*  na. 666-3343 tfe  31   For Renl  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight.  $500.886*7018. tin  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio A  skylight. Utilities not ind. $550/mlh.  886*7018. Itn  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm plus.  $6007mo. ��� util., avail, immed. 886-  3466. MOcn  32 Commercial  For Rent  OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT  Two offices al Rockwood Cenlre  available October 1st to non-profit  groups wanting privale. quiel  space in a triendly, co-operative  ambiance. $200 and $230 includes  heal and light Phone 885-2522 tin  Retail/Comm. space available on  Intel Ave., 1150 sq. It. exc. parking, new building. $12/sq. II. triple  nel. 885*9417. Mlw  Small bul spacious 600 sq It  office space. 5630 Inlet Ave., good  lot 885*9417. M1w  Robeils Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tm  30 X SO WORKSHOP  Close lo Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  thai may be rented in half or tull.  Use lor storage, small business,  or? 885*4490. tfn  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq H, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq fl  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886*2663 days. 886*9075  eves. tfn  34   Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The Parent-Tot Drop-in needs volunteers to help at (heir morning  sessions in Sechelt & Gibsons,'  Kiwanis Care Home needs volunteers to visit residents, play music  and enjoy seniors. Flexible hours.'  Volunteer drivers are needed in the  Sechelt area to transport people to  medical appointments in Vancouver and locally. All expenses paid.  * The SPCA still needs volunteers  to assist at Iheir new facility wilh  animal care, dog walking, cleaning  and front desk work. For these and  other opportunities call The Volunteer and Information Centre 685-  5881. #41 w  Part-time colfee truck driver  required. 866-0799. *39w  35   Business &  Home Seivic  Glbtont Landing  Professional Bldo.  ~tMmf>d,atleone,B.C.  Furn. otlice and conference  room with oceanview fear rent  on a daily baele. One  unfurniehed office svsilabte  Oct. 1. Located near marina  and poel office. Full eecretsrlal  and admin, services available.  Forkm>c-*Be.eta**J320  er Lento el HI -MM (MS).  Posilion lor retail sales clerk, musl  be experienced in ollice procedures and DOS. computers.  Send resume to Pro-tech Ollice  Electronics, Box 1579, Sechelt,  BC.V0N3A0. Mlw  Roberts Creek Legion requires  door person lor most Fri. 8 Sat.  evenings. Call Oave al 886-9984  after 6pm. tfn  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy woik. Call for  directory. 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  ext. A74. tin  35. Business and  Home Service;  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaner available, reasonable rates and good  references. 8864660.      Mien  Hair sludio, 1444 Gower mint  Road. 886*7911 days or eves.  M1w  34. Help Wanted  P/T kennel help for irregular hours.  Preler personable, healthy and n/s.  tfn  STYLIST WANTED for busy well  estiMsfied hair salon. Call Denise  tfn  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  .sTTI-'Cuja'om Framing  )[ ��� Decks  [I ��� Stairs  )( -Wood Siding  883-9775  BCYCNA  NVTWH  COLUMBIA  ANOYUKON  wwinvcM  AUOCIAT10N  NOirikrUc CleHf^UA  These ods sppssr In mon dun 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mom ten 3 mIMon readers.  TO PUCE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $225  327  MOOeschedaMonaliawd  AUTO  ENGINES rebuilt Irom $795.  ENGINE remanulscture from  SMS. 6 mc-nthaj to pay. 6  Yaar120,000viwnnly. Bond  Mechanical building anginas  for 28 years. 872*0641,8*8,  7 days.    CANADA ENGINES LTD.  OuaHy Guaranteed Rebuilds.  6 Cyl trem $996.�� V6 Irom  $1,0��S.6yr. 120,000 Kmllm-  Had warranty. 560*1050 or 1 <  800-666*3570, 12345*114  Ave. Surrey. BCAA Ap*  proved.   F-250.4X4'e, Cummins Die-  eel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up lo $1500. cash  rebaie. '0' down O.A.C.  Payments trem $l89/month.  Phona Grsni collecl 538-  977B. 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FANTASIA offers you s lucrative career Baling sensual  products and lingerie through  home partes. No Investment  for stock. Car required. 682-  6664 0-1-600-661-1878.  ATHOMEBUSINESS.oradd  loexMng operation. For total Invastment of Isss than  $60,000. you'll enjoy high relume In the computerized  embroidery busineM. Acorn*  plate sat up now available In  this ana. Call Danls In  Caloary _j_____tt_______j_\_  ititaiEit oppoitf UNtncs  EDUCATION  BAKERY/COFFEE SHOP ���  Wel located, lully equipped,  recently renovated.  Vendor  will finance at reasonable  terms.  Call Brian Willis for  Information (604)339-2021.  Asking $79,900.  BE      AN      INTERIOR  DECORATOR..**-*! our remarkable new home etudy  course. 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The eucceesful  candidate wll ba a rnothratad  lsam player possessing good  verbal and written oommunl-  eason aklls, affaetv* onanl-  zasonal and problem solving  sklls, will s oommltmenl to  detail and follow-up. Thepre-  ferrad Individual will be en  engineering technologist or  equivalent and have background in tie loreel Industry  end/or heavy duty mobile  equipment. Qualified applicants should submit resume  w/hand written cover lener to:  S.MaoW Ltd., P.O. Box 4300,  8,c vw tm,  Engine Machinist rsqulrsd  Immedlelely In Vsmon B.C.  Phone: 642*2685, Fax: 542*  0492. Muet be abla to do  'ALL' machine work on Auto*  motive Englnee.   KITCHEN CAlHETt  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  etock, countonope/vanitles  also. Kitchen Craft Facto���  outlet Cash and Carry Cabinet Werehouees, 4279  Lougheed, Burneby 298-  9277. 1866 Spall Rd.,  Kalowna 860*6636. 800  Clovardela, Victoria 389-  1114.  MOMLEHOMES  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory Direct. 'Cue-  lorn Built*. Top dollar lor  trades. Manyusedunlts avail-  aMs, Noble terries (403.447*  3414.  ���MOBILE and MODULAR  HOMES. New and used.  Single and doublewide. Fer  W*st modular Homaa Ltd.,  Verr��n1-800*666-7717Toll*  bas. Call Today.*  Handle Stress. GainoonM  over the Reactive Mind. Read  die book'Dlanetlee'byL.Ron  Hubbard $7.60. Hubbard  Dlanetlce Foundalion, 401  West Heatings, Vanoouvar  VSB IL6. 681*0318,  M-wmm  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid-axes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both, Write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa K2C 3J1.  ISTOPI LESS THAN t/2  REPLACEMENT! Tha  Grande Isles Resldontlel/re-  sort overlooking Via marina  on beautilul Banna Lake has  ���trite titles studio and one-  bedroom suites wlti ericas  starting at an incredible '  $14,900*.andnowwehavaa  limited number of eVae-bad*  room townhouaaa at $34,600.  An "ace In tm holm' lor your  future witi tax advantages  now. DON'T MISS OUTI D.  Frederikeent-33aM622.The  Raawt 1-MMS1.M77.   RECREATION PROPERTY  B.C. Land. For Sale by  Owner, 100 Propartlas.  Ocsanlronl.Lakafrsnt,  Streams, Rainchland located  Svoughoul B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  available. Free brochure.  NihoLandACatteCompeny  433 5645   ECOWATER -equina two  tochnfdana. Training provided. $2400 plua par month.  Requirements: Transportation, good reputation in community, self starter, bondabie.  Call Mr. Eco at 1*800*667-  4401.  t_m_____t_��  Major ICBC motor vet** In-  Jury doJme. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. "Cal  free: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency faas available.  Simon, Wener A Aoter,  TRAVEL  "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekends A Hol-  days stay with "See to Sky  Condo Rentale". Swfmmlno  Pool, Jacuzzi A Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE 1400-M7-  5529.    Cook needed. Apply in person wilh  'S6a#8**  Place, Gibsons 886*2993. ��39cn  Experienced legal secretary lor  Eastwood & Co. For info or  appointment, call 885*5831. ��39w  Persons required for Susi O's Bit  - liards. Reply to Box 402, c/o Box  460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.��39cn  Driver required by Province Newspaper for local delivery. Reliable  vehicle necessary. 886*3224.  19901  $5000/mo potential right in your  community with corporate supplied  leads lo our nalional clients. Also  seeking service personnel. Call  Penny al 532*0099. Interviews Ihis  week. tfn  Irvines Landing marina A pub,  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 883-1145. tfn  Special Needs Worker required lor  22 hrs/week in Ihe Hallmoon Bay  Childcare Centre after school  pram. Musl have some relevant  childcare courses and or training.  Please submit resume belore Sept.  30 to Jane Ballance, Halfmoon  Bay Childcare Cenlre Society,  RRI1, C57 Wildwood Site, Hallmoon Bay, BC VON 1Y0.    ��39w  The Sunshine Coast Recreation  Commission is seeking 14 communily members lo form an Advisory  Committee lo work wilh the commission concerning leisure services on lhe Sunshine Coasl. The  appointments will be lor a one year  term. Please submit letter ol intent  outlining related expenence to the  Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission, Box 800, Sechelt, BC  V0N3A0byOd. 8/93.      I39w  Gardener, experienced, with references, guaranleed monthly minimum, no lewn work. 885-5473  6V68. ��39W  Babysitter lo work 3 mornings per  week, 9:30*10:30 al Fitness Cenlre. Hourly wege _ free membership. 8864606. tfn  Supplement your income ��� work as  little or as much as you wanl > lots  of benefits. 885-0472.       #39cn  Busy salon looking for qualified  hairdresser. 886*2121, ask for Jan-  Ice, tfn  New China Kitchen is now hiring  waiters/waitresses. Please apply in  person with resume. tfn  An after school program at Teddy  Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  requires a responsible adult who  wants to work with children. Hours  from 2-6pm each day, full days on  school holidays. Call 885-2721.  Mlw  Female labourers will do  in hwie or business. .  weshing, shopping, will  recycled goods for disposal. 10%  off for seniors. Call Sherry 886-  9894. Mlw  Audiotape !ranscn**tiofi. Wood nro*  cessing. Mailing lists. 885*9419.  DOWN TO  EARTH  GanhningSwvlciw  Ws specialize In  working with people.  Kathryn Mussells  885-3458  DECORATING?  Need help with your colour coordination'' New blinds? Smart, attractive valances? Furniture arrangement? Exterior colour and design  problems? Call Cheryl Law * Decorating Consultant 886*7372,9 am ���  9 pm. Bonzer Board Special  $159.95 (reg. $189.95).    MOcn  Will's Window Washing i light  hauling, reas. rates. 885*7733.  Mary Poppint'  CMmneySweep  Todd Poltrol  ���16-3694  Special  $30 per Chlm Chimney  RENOVATIONS  Specialists in  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  Vou name Ul  All projects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVmG  THE COAST  FOR IS YEARS  All lypes ol conslruction, renovations, quality workmanship, lair  prices. For last, Iree esimste. call  Don 885-3557, refs. aval.   ��39w  Progressive Powerwash * specializing in powerwashihg/ painling/  boal waxing and repairs/, plus  much more. Discount lor seniors.  John 883*2030. MOw  La\NDSCAPE  CONSULT.*\NTS  Design  Supervision  Management  886-3915  Drywall & taping. Quality workmanship, fair prices. For lasl. free estimates, call Don 885-3557, refs.  avail. ��39w  Housecleaning * seniors discount.  885*7645. ��39w  ^fi VERSATILE  ^Sj|ra.ACTORCo  ��� Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  ���k Motorized scream  for topsoil  * Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASON  CLAIREMONT CONSTRUCTION  Framing, Drywall, Finishing  **'��� 2Q yrs. eaaTJed��(��W"  Henaoie. ktticienl, John Williams.  885-0144. .    ��39w  I'M YOUR HANOWAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solariums, No job too small. Bill al  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1*977*  6502. tin  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping * Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free eslimates. 685*2109.  tin  Home is the best  place* We serve the  elderly, post-surgical,  accident victims, shut-Ins....  anyone needing  professional help.  Part ot full time rates  Serving ihe Sunshine Coast.  Un-liH-m      HM1M  Mmnaliatiiful 166*3270  Clean-up / dump runs, window  washing, grounds mainlenance,  once or regular basis. Rob 886-  3822. MOcn  PENINSULA PAINTING  Prolessional quality interior / exterior painting _ paper hanging.  Senior's and non-profit organizations discount Free eslaimate.  Jerry 885*6481. MOcn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, painl, carpentry, drafting, Iree eslimales. References  available. 886*3463. tins  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved  Free eslimates. Tom Sealy 883  2978 ttn  METZAPPLUNCE  REPAR  ' Same day service  ��� Specializing in rebuilt  appliances  ��� Sales fi Service  Haiveyorjeny  All work guaranteed  487 Pratt U. Gibsons 886*9959  (tamaByJalijiHamaonaaaTaali)  renmnain���  h __   _\ 7*    "L*���^ WWl  . ���  I    **���������   I ��d_7&._   L.-,-,., '^^wrtwnene^  ���AttfJet  tONt CALL Don IT AIL  -886-4788  QUALITY WOODWORK  Horns Remodelling, Finishing  We look al all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work at an affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht  885*3372 or 885*7169.     M2cn  Locks and home security, Iree consultation and estimate, caH Suriock  Homes Security 885*3557. ��39w  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn mainlenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commerdal _ Residential  886-0180 lv. mess  tfn  m&t  From Bookkeeping  to Custom ProqraimnBnu  ��� Set-up. 1>a*a1  2__*m  ��� Great Raeet  _*m_m Coast News, September 27, 1993       19  community  Provincial report identifies health risks of wood smoke  A report to the provincial health officer on the health effects of wood smoke  concludes that exposure to fine particulate matter in wood smoke may be causing substantial illness in certain areas of  British Columbia  The report was commissioned by  heallh officer Dr. John Millar, and carried out by UBC Associate Professor Dr.  Sverre Vedal of the University of British  Columbia's Environmental and Occupa  tional Lung Diseases Research Unit.  Millar said the report indicates the  need for increased monitoring of airborne  paniculate in BC's population centres,  and the need to develop appropriate air  quality standards based on health outcomes.  "It is evident that there are a number  of different sources of aitborne particulate, although Ihis study focusses particularly on wood smoke," Millar said.  "Other sources include motor vehicle  emissions and industrial sources."  While admitting that many assumptions need to be made in estimating the  heallh impacts of wood smoke in British  Columbia, the report makes estimates of  the impact of particulates in wood smoke  on levels of lung function, increases in  respiratory symptoms, and increases in  school absences for children.  It also estimates the number of extra  hospitalization, deaths etc. that might be  attributed to exposure lo high levels of  wood smoke in certain British Columbia  communities.  The report summarizes thc findings of  more than 50 epidemiological studies of  the effects of airborne particulate -  including wood smoke - on health, and  suggests that low level indoor exposure  to wood smoke from wood burning  healers may also have an adverse effect  on occupants, particularly children.  "Health impacts from particulate matter appear to be greater than for any other  outdoor air pollutants, and Dr. Vedal's  report identifies some British Columbia  communities which may be experiencing  health problems as a direct result of  wood smoke," said Millar.  Copies of the report will be available  all health unit and departmenl offices,  Government Agents, and public libraries.  Artists sought for juried show  All Sunshine Coast artists working in any visual  arts medium are invited to enter their work in the  Arts Centre's 15th annual Juried Show 'View'.  Artists entering work in ihis show should deliver it  lo lhe centre during regular hours (11am to 4pm  Wednesdays to Saturdays, 1 to 4pm Sundays), Oct  2 to 8.  The deadline for entry is 4 pm Friday, Ocl. 8.  There is an entry fee of $5 per work and a maximum of two entries per artist. Entry forms are  available at the centre now.  Sally Michencr will be selecting the work for  lhe show. She will discuss her choices with the  artists and any other interested individuals at an  open talk session at 2 pm Sunday, Ocl 10.  Part of the discussion will address the criteria  applied to choosing the work. Participating artists  are asked to write out what they believe are important considerations when attempting to decide  which works to accept and which to rejecL  If you were asked to choose, what standards  would you apply? The statements will be sent to  Michener before she arrives to make the selections.  It is hoped lhat this will extend the dialogue  between the juror and the artists and contribute to  understanding and improvement of the selection  process.  Sally Michener currently works primarily in  clay for standing sculptures and wall murals and  has been active in installation work in the past.  She has been teaching sculpture and ceramics  at ECCAD since 1973 and has been a juror for  Canada council's B grants and art bank, for national ceramics exhibitions, for the Whatcom County  International Sculpture Competition and has been  BC Representative to the Canada Council.  She received a Masters Degree from the University of Cincinnati and is an active exhibitor. She  opened a solo show at the Richmond Art Gallery  Aug. 19 this year.  Entry forms for the Juried Show are available at  the centre at 885-5412.  Home support workshops offered  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is pleased to  sponsor a half day workshop,  Taking Care of Me and Others  Through Changes and Transitions, Oct. 22, from 9:30 am to  1:30 pm at the Davis Bay United Church hall.  The presenter, Mary Blake,  is a psychologist and social  worker at the Geriatric Psychiatry Outreach Program at Vancouver General. She has been  on the faculty of UBC's Division of Geriatric Psychiatry for  seven years and teaches both  psychiatric residents and social  work students. She lectures  around the world and has  worked cooperatively with Continuing Care, Ministry of Health  for many years.  The workshop is open to the  community. To register and for  more information call the Home  Support office at 885-5144.  Deadline is Ocl 12.  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622 or 885-3930!  " When I entered the real estate  business it was because I wanted to  take control of my destiny. With a  family to support I had to choose a  company where I would be fully  trained and earning an income right  away. That's why I choose National  Real Estate Service. The National  Training Academy offers a  revolutionary training program for  Realtors. I can't believe how quickly  I was actually listing and selling  homes." i , ^s  ���y  ���/���vv^*  Lynnette Robinson  886-8387  " Private & semi-private office available now - let's talk!"  Steve Sawyer OWNER/MANAGER  NRS GIBSONS REALTY UQ.  AN INDEI'tNlMNI Ml MHLK BROKER  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons, B.C. VON 2V0  Telephone: 886-2277 Toll Free (Van): 682-1 r>1'.,  F.ix: 886-57  WRENCH  HANDS  Fully equipped  woik space/repair shop  Experienced  mechanic on hand  "We can do It all or  ml art you"  Older car ipatdallit  Rnajlriaa repel & installation/torching  t-m*iifl / txflkss / elsclrKal. etc.  Phone/Fax 886-3631  Flexible Rates  36 Work Wanted  Mechanics Seivices. Reasonable  rates. 666-3605. Mtcn  RENOVATIONS additions, aller*  alions, certified journeyman carpenter. Bred 686*8652.     MOw  Clean-up / dump luns, window  wuhing, grounds mainlenance.  once or regular basis. Rob 666-  3622. -"-Of  Framing crew avail, (lo lockup) Joe  685*3572 eves. ��ft��  Light hauling, yard 1 basemenl  cleanups, seniors discount. Norm  866*0503 MOw  HANDYMAN  Quick t reliable, quality seivices.  Mechanical, constiuction, yard  work, cleanup, rubbiih removal.  elc. Have Bobcat and trailer for  excavating, backfilling, leveling,  landscaping, or WHY. Gary 886-  2203. ���4u**  Rubbiih Removal yard cleanup,  light moves, odd jcibs, quick friendly service. 885-9694, 328-f6t1  cell.      Mtw  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rales,  free estimates, no job loo small or  loo large. Bruce 685*9576     tin  Light gardening done, weeding a  specialty. Garbage removal. Edna  885-4666. *__  Avail tor small drywall and taping  iobsnp'd. Call Alan 865-7080.  MOw  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton tuck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  686*3917. *L  Teddy Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces for 3*5 yr. olds and  after school age children. CaH 885*  2721.    _ M2w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos ��� school aga.  Fun-filled canng environment, will  trained staff. 886*3913.     M9w  Spaces still avail, tor Nine-Three-  Seven After School Child Care at  Si. Ban's church hall. North Rd. A  Hwy. 101, 3-6:30pm 888*2064 or  886-7118. ��n  Babysitter wanted lor 10 mo. old  baby. 886*2560. MOw  Babysitter needed 2 half day* par  week leaf 2 children, ages 8 mos.��  3 years, in our home. Rels. rsq.  686*4821. MOcn  Substitute teachers required for  the Hallmoon Bay Childcare Centre's toddler, over 3 A out ol school  programs. Please contact Jane  Ballance at 885*3739 for further  into.         MOw  Reliable, experienced student win  sit evenings and weekends, has  certificate. 886-8448.      MOcn  Experienced, responsible care for  your little one|s) in my sale, com*  loriable home. Lou ol TLC and  toys. Rels. avail. Reasonable  rates. Flexible hours. 886-2227.  ���Sfcn  Person for occasional care and  laeding ol 9 year old Roberts  Creek boy while father is working  oil coast. Your placa or mine. Rata  neg 866-7358, 8864196 lv. message.  a*****-**1  EXPERIENCED REUABLE  BABYSiTTER  Grade 12 student avail, tor after  school, aveningi and weekend  daycare. Roll, available. Call  Radiail after 5 pm, 886*0273.  MOcn  Experienced nanny required to  provide consistent care lor our 3  and 5 yr. old children. Live-in or  out. Comfortable home, generous  benefits and time off. 885-0545 aft.  7pm. ******  The easiest moil profitable home-  based guaranleed income opportunity. Sand self-addressed  stamped envelope lo Bon 1 C-7  WestsidePt.,Clearbrook,BCV2T  4W3. Mien  Small affordable franchise. Houm  lifting and pel care iitvice, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 805-2228.  Wanl to ba financially indopen-  dont? And control your We in a naturally healthy way? Tha MLM pro-  vides unlimited income potential.  Cal 863*9853 for mora informa-  ���ion. 439*  38   Business  Opportuni  HONDA POWER PROOUCTS  4HUS0VAHNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PROOUCTS  Forest A Gaiden  Osalenhipa  available for Saehelt  CalDoihnat  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS ItWUIRIES ONLY  40 Too Late  Classify  Hornet I Property  CENTRAL GI8SONS  Spacious f bdrm., 1 year town-  house overlooking goll course,  mln. view from dinette, bright  home, Ivge l.rm., din. rm., quiet,  pnvale, 7 appis., RV parking 38-  555 Eaglecrest Dr., (132.900.  666-0461. Mlw  WATERFRONT  Prime waterfront km. 100 ft. X 300  ft., in beautiful Powell River, BC.  Priced al $51,000 each, view lots  priced al (39,900 aach. Phona  Barry Lang 465*2741 or 4654748  Molloy Pemberton Really.   Mlw  3 keys on ring in Gibsons area.  8662990 tOte  Oarage Salee  Multi-family. 2754 Hwy. 101, Sal.  0012,104. I39w  Moving sale -1167 Chester, Sept.  28-Oct 1. i39w  For Sail   Two approved wood stoves, (200  I (250; ore cast miniature wood  lathe. (100; one 10* Delta bench-  top lablaiaw, last lhan 4 lira,  teed, (110.885*5796.     ��9��  Teahlba M226C VCR hardly  uied, features include on-screen  programming, aulo. rewind, 4  head, index search, much more,  (250.8864244 or 886-6077.M1W  1984 Nissan Santra A/C, Samui  stereo, all season radiais, 35/40  MPG, (2300.6854799 eves.MI w  -67 Cougar 2 dr. HT, collectors  plates, 98,600 orig. miles, 289 4*  H, PS, gdd/W blk. int, much rec  ant work done, very clean, exc.  runner, (3300 firm. 885*3232. .  MtW  For Rent  1 bdrm. ground level suite, neai  Sunnycreit Mall, teparale  entrance, laundiy, N/S, N/P,  (550/mo.���utls., avail. Oct 15 or  Nov. 1.1*240*5561 Robert M1w  Business I Hum Services  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICE  Exp., reasonable, reliable. Lawns,  hedges, pruning, beds, fall  deanup. Rob 885-3232.    Mlw  B-ielnoie Opportunities  Moving * priced lor quick sale ���  established retail business.  (29,000 obo includes all stock, fix*  turaa, signage, goodwill and con*  ��ds. 666*3254.10*5.       Mtw  Thi Corporation  or thi District  of Sichilt  notice of tax 8ale  On September 27, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. in the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt BC  VON 3A0 the following properties will be  offered for sale if the Delinquent Taxes plus  interst are not paid.  LEaALMSCRIPT.t>l ____WS_ti  DJ. Ban  303 1522.1  1370 21414  1411 ease  1401 ease  3250 11841  3250 12245  4204 eaee  4070 12744  4032 16513  0715 10570  57WPa4lWiCre.--.-al  4S00 deer Road  Ta/aaon Road  7403 Sadiaaal Inlet Ro-xj  7500 Saacha-n hnW Road  0231 Htfiaaay 101  eesiS-wkwRoa-l  8229 Melon Road  Notice Board J��  ��� Ongoing events aaast be updated monthly  ��� We reserve lhe rifhllo edit suintissnns for brevity  ��� All submissions ihoald refer to non-profit cvttiti  of genuine communily interest  ��� lesmswill be lilted three weeks prior to tie event  The Sunshine  Coast News  Canadian Padoratlea ef University  WMsee meeiing, 11:30 am, St. Joiin'e,  Davis Bay. Penal dlocuooion: neeonhtg  New Height.. Proepsetivs member!  especially Invited. Light lunch will bo  earned. Info: 885-3315.  A Dietrict Chamber et  luncheon mooting, Pebbles  Restaurant, noon. Spanker: Pat Stuart,  ohalipereon, School Dietrict MS. Topic:  -mptymtmysm. Ptoses csll 885*3100  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 90  Retired Teachers Association, Branch  ���46, picnic A meeting, noon, Porpoise  Bay covered picnic area. Bring lunch A a  dessert! lo share. BBQ available. Walk to  aae spawning salmon. Singsong. Guests  welcome. Info: 8854023.  FN., SAT. A SUN, OCT. 1, i A 3  2nd Annual Rockwood Storytelling  Foethrel, Rockwood Centre. Tickets al  Sayward Booke, Qibeone, Sechell  Chamber of Commerce A at Rockwodd.  Into: 885*2522.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2  Sschelt Osrden Cluh Fall Plant Sale,  9:30 am-noon, St. Hilda's Church Hall.  S.C. Motorcycle Aeon dance lo benelit  Toy Run, Elves Club A Food Bank. 7 pm,  Sechelt Indian Band Hall. Band:  "Hottehotle* Tickets al Olde Doughnul  Shoppe A Pliia Express  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6  Arthritis Sell-Management Courae  begins Six weekly sessions. 10 am-noon,  Oartbaldi Health Unit. 5571 Mat, Sechell.  For details A to regieter 885*2677.  C.N.I.B. Taohnlhua - open for viewing at  Bella Beech Motel, 8*6 pm.  Dr. Boh Bowman, lounder ol Far East  Broadcasting will speak al Cedars dining  room, 7 pm. Reserve by Sept. 28. Into:  Mary Cooper, 685*9618 or Francis  Clema, 866-3666  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7  Sunahlne Coaet Aeen for Community  KLMng, meeiing - 7:30 pm, Cedars Inn.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER I  Davla Bay-Wlleon Creak Community  Aeen aale ol crafts A collectibles, g am-1  pm, Wilson Creek Hall. Tables $8 each.  Info: BUI, 865*7490.  SATURDAY A SUNDAY, OCT. M10  S.C. Equestrian Club Fall Horse Show:  10 am Sat.: cattle penning > gymkahna.  10:30 am, Sun.: lumping A pleasure  classes. Qibsons Ring (behind pool) all  welcome; concessions on site. Info: Jodi,  886-3058.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13  Wtlks Cane Club monthly meeting, 1:30  pm, Davia Bay Communily Hall. Info:  886-2644.  Wast Howe Sound Electore Aeen  annua) general meeting, 7:30 pm,  Lanajdale School. Election of Officers.  your c  Ih. Bi  MSCEIXANfOUS  Welcome Beach Community  AesssMaM - ehuffleboard bagina mid*  October. Now ahufflere welcome. No  experience necessary. Info: Pat, 885-  9852 or Barbara, 885-9860.  CaManeW Slogan, a 14-member choir,  ie eeeklng eporanoa, altos A tonore.  Ability to read muaic prelerred, or  wWingneee to work on parte. Wa have fun  wkh music' Into: Christaballe, 885-9553.  43  aart Tournament - Gather  ,���.' own foursome and raise money for  (he BC A Yukon Heart Foundation. Tax  deductible. Into: 886-7340.  (Mesne Outreach Teen Centra - dosed  until Ool. 2 due to restructuring A  reorganization.  S.C. Arte Council annual Chrielmaa  Craft Fair, Sal., Dae. 4, Seniors Centre.  Please register your name, address A  phone number at the Arts Centre (885-  5412) II you wish to participate. 43  Quay Worka Oaleiy presents LaHtudet,  an exhibit of photography featuring Zoe  MacKenzle, Marcella Solas de Ovando 6  Lionel Trudel. Sept 16-28.  Elphinstone Plonssr Museum, 716  Winn Rd., acroas Irom Poel Olfice,  Qibeone. Oieplaya are conetantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opening or to book a tour 886-  8232.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: lor parents with children up to 5. Starling Oct. 1. 8:30*11:30  em at the following locations: Qlbsons  United Church Hall (Mon , Tues., Wed.,  Fri.); Sechell SI. Hilda's Church Hall  (Tues.): Wilson Creek Community Hall  (Thura.). Info: Communily Services. 885-  Chlld Health Clinics in Qlbsons Sept.  28 wilh en extra CHC Sept. 27.ln Sechelt  Sept. 29.  Tuberculin tkln reeling A Travellers  Clinics in Qibsons and Sechell on  Monday, Sept. 27 with Travellers Clinic  only on Thursday, Sept. 30. Trevellers  Clinic only in Sechell on Wedneedey,  Sept. 29.  Sexuelly Trenemttted Dlaeeea Clinic:  Phone for appointment in Gibaona 866*  5600, Sechell 885*5164.  Prenatal Classee: Next Early Class Oct.  5 In Sechell. To register, call 886*5600  [Gibsons)  or 885*5164  (Sechelt).  Regieter early ��� classes till up quickly.  Single A Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  -886*5600  Hospital Tour: phone St. Mary'a Hospital  switchboard, 865*2224.  Parent A Baby Drop-In: meet other par-  ante A dlecuee common concerna.  Tueedaya, 1:15*3:30 pm. 494 S. Fletcher  Gibaona and Wedneadaya, 1-3:30 pm,  5571 Intel, Sechelt. 39  School Entry Booster Clinks: a booster dose of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis is important tor children entering  school. Qibsons, 886*5600. Sechelt,  865*5164. 39  Braaat lell-txem Clinic:  Monday of each month, 7*8 pm, Qfeeone  Health Centra. Enquiriee plesea csll  Denies Olsen (rnkMe), 888*847.    38  MONDAYS  Elphlnatone Nsw Hsrlisn Oroup,  Roberte Crack. For those 80 A over interested In playing bridge, bingo, cribbage  and/or carpal bowling. Community Use  Room, Roberta Creak Elementary, 1:30-  3:30 pm. New memban welcome. Info:  885-7203 or 885-6376. 43  Introduction ts Scottish Country  Dancing 6 beginners class, etaa-ttng Ocf.  4, running through April. Info: 8884296.  TUESDAYS  "Living With Canosr" Support Qroup  meeta every other Tuesday. Kirkland  Centre, Davla Bay, 1 pm. Into 885-8381  or 886-8369.  Table Tannla, 7-10 pm, Elphlnatone  School gym. 4 tablee, tola of mm, loads  ol lun. beginners, visitors A seniors welcome. Info: Jim, 686*2775. 43  Qlheona Outreach Tssn Csntrs gym  night, Qlbeons Elementary gym, 7:30-9  pm. through Dec. 7. Drop-In lea SI.  WEDNESDAYS  Soundwave* Choruo under Ihe direction  ol Chryetal Unrau, 7*10 pm. New members aaekornc. Info: Pam, 885-7502.   39  Needlearts Support Oroup. 8:30-11:30  am through Nov. 24, Sechell Art Centre  studio. $6 lee. Info: 865*2516. 39  Senior Pointing Oroup (any media). 1*4  pm, Senior Cenlre, Secheh. 39  Toeetmeetere, 7:30-9:30 pm, Frank  Wesl Community Use Room, Firehall,  Chaster Rd., Qibeone. Into: 885*3742.38  Navy Leegue Cedote, 6:30 pm, Qabeone  Legion Hall. Boye A girls aged 10*13  develop aeH-roepect A diacipline while  having lun learning nautioal ekllla.  Uniforma provided. Rune Sepl.-May.  Annual tea: $25. Into: Mike, 8804236 or  Lore, 986*2569 43  THURSDAYS  JC'e Weight Loae Support Oroup  meeta afternoons 12:3O-2:30pm, call 886*  2692, and evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call  886*7159, at the Uniled Church,  Glaasford Rd., Gibsons.  Needlearta Support Oroup, 7:30*9:30  pm through Nov. 25, Sechell Art Centre  studio. $6 lee. Info: 885*2516.  39  Birth Control Clinic. Coast-Qarlbaldl  Health Unil, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Info: 885*7770.  S.C. Legion Snooker League eeeklng  regular league or spare players for 7 pm  play. At Roberta Creek, Seohelt A  Gibaona Legions. Piayere muet be Legion  members. Into: Len, 885*7016. 43  SUNDAYS  Sunehlne Coaet Phllalello Society  RPSC Chapter 203 meete let and 3rd  Sunday of every month at tha Seohek  Public Library at 7:30 pm. Viator* welcome. Into: 665-2958. 43  ���MU rr-  -������������tMI  ������  20       Coast News, September 27, 1993  NEW AT DANIEL'S INTERIORS  -m  WARMTH. WHERE YOU WANT IT.  e ECONOMICAL TO OPERATE  ��� COMPLETELY SAFE  ��� EXTREMELY DURABLE  NUHE AT is an innovative heating/floor  warming system that uses a unique  combination of proven technologies to  produce a durable electrical heating system  that is thin, easy to install and efficient to  operate. The PnTJHE AT system is  completely safe and has been rigorously  tested and listed by U.L. and approved by  theCS.A.  NUHE AT units are made in a variety of  sizes to fit into any room whether to warm  a cold floor in part of a room, heat a room or  an entire house.  Under carpet the NUHEAT unit is easily  installed between the underlay and the  carpet. When installed under ceramic tile  or natural stone, the NUHEAT unit is first  adhered to a suitable sub-floor and the tile  is set directly onto the NUHEAT unit.  709 Highway 101 Gibsons  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CAU SHEILA 886-7112  news  News welcomes new reporter  "I've spent years trying to  make it lo the Coast, but instead  of just packing up and fleeing  lhe prairies, like so many other  rats fleeing the proverbial flooding aqueduct before me, I waited until I had a job before making lhe jump."  So sayeth the Coast News"  newest editorial staff member,  Ian Cobb, 30.  Cobb arrives on the Sunshine  Coast fresh from a two-year  stinl working for the Windermere Valley Echo, an award-  winning weekly paper in the  Westmount Ltd. chain.  He said Ihe depanure from "a  comfort zone" and from such a  beautiful part of the world  wasn't an easy one, but he is  looking forward to new challenges and new stories.  Thc departure from the East  Kootcnay was also made with a  rather unique souvenir in the  form of he and wife, Rachel's,  first child, Haylcy Ann-Frances  Cobb, born Sept. 3 in Invcr-  merc.  "Fatherhood is like day-old  pizza," he pointed out.  "Il may seem cul and dried  ��� bul woof, it isn't! Il's a  damned fine start to a second  life, or, for the sake of the anal-  Ian Cobb has  joined the Coast  News staff from  a Westmount  paper fat the East  Kootcnay, the  Windermere  Valley Echo.  ogy ��� a second feeding. You  really sec Ihings differently."  Originally from Winnipeg,  Man., Cobb was educated in  Lethbridge, Alia., and worked  for Canadian Pacific Railways  for eight years.  "I ran for my life from big  business and somewhere along  the way I tripped and fell into a  pool filled with words. It's  strange," he shrugs, "it's kind of  like falling into a lub full of  three-quarters set jello."  When asked if he knew much  aboul the Sunshine Coast, he  tactfully replied, "No ��� and 1  won't say anything like 'only  because of the Beachcombers'  because I'm sure people are sick  of hearing that. From what I've  seen though, it's decent."  In-Stock  3 fori  Contractors'  Carpet  Special  (.yd.  carry  J/Thurs  Sept. 29 & 30  ONLY,  PADDING AND  INSTALLATION INCLUDED!  Complete 77 sq. ft. ceramic tub  enclosure installed in your choice of  tile and grauHMurs  for only  including PST  Green  Grass  N<  Stop in and see  our new larger  CERAMIC  SHOWROOM  O  W  featuring  MAJOR CERAMIC  DISTRIBUTORS  Contractor  Pricing  on all  DUPQNT  Hard  CARPET  LARGE NEW SELECTION  HAS JUST ARRIVEDI  Wearing  LEVEL  OP  CHECKOUT  OUR WAREHOUSE      1  FULL OF SPECIALS!  No GST  on  ROLL ENDS  sq.yd.  IN NOW  FOR BEST SELECTION!  709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  CaWtOft aVjai flow (Mm) twttf  886-7112  Molding  Fresh  Start  from  shop in  Gibsons  from page 1  Hanson's enthusiasm bubbles out again and he declares a  new constitution written by  Canadians could become "as  important as the Magna Carta  and the US Constitution."  As for reaction on how people are taking to his idea, he  smiled and replied, "Openly."  Hanson is quick to assure  that he has no political aspirations and FSC has no allegiance  to any party ��� and he is equally swift in pointing out he isn't  an expert on the constitution  (though his father in-law is a  constitutional law professor at  Queen's University in Kingston,  Ont.).  But party politics, he said,  have helped the government  mold the constitution for its  own use.  He has written in a FSC  news letter, entitled 'Dear  Canada,' that a mature democracy can only run with the consent of the governed.  "In such a democracy the  government governs' the people  through civil and criminal law,  while the people govern the  government through constitutional law.  Allowing our government to  write the law that governs it is  an open invitation to the abuse  of power."  Hanson and his family  recently moved to Gibsons to  flee Ihe urban sprawl of Vancouver and he views Gibsons as  a perfect spot to set up a headquarters for his organization ���  even viewing it as an employment creator if the bandwagon  is successful down the road.  "I'm looking for self-motivated people who can make a  decision for themselves and go  for it," he stated.  Hanson said he started thinking about ihe constitution after  the Charlottetown referendum.  "I found myself asking, why  is the government writing the  law that governs it," he said,  adding he decided to see what  he could do, citing the "humon-  gous great pool of disenchantment qui there."  With such enthusiasm, Hanson's bandwagon should be an  interesting one to watch come  out of the design shop.  "As you can see, he's at such  a loss for words," laughed his  wife Kim.  For more information regarding Fresh Start Canada, call  886-0027 between 9 am and 9  pm.  -d


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