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Array The Sunshine  JECISLATIV ^  Kuueeshed on the Sunshine Coast    ��' pw copy on news stands     September 17,1990   Volume 44   Issue  38  At Gospel Rock hearing  Stoic council gets  public earful  by Dave Allen  "The only thing missing here  is the ferris wheel," joked  SCRD Area 'F' Director  Jeremy Frith, alluding to the  Public Hearing on the Gospel  Rock area on September 12,  which attracted an overflow  crowd.  ThCTe was something of a  carnival atmosphere in council  chambers as citizens cheered  and jeered through three hours  of questions, answers, conflicting statements, and confusion  surrounding the polarizing  issue.  Conspicuously absent was  Hayden Killam, the developer  who has been shrouded in controversy since this re-zoning  process began over a year ago.  Members of the public and  elected officials listened closely  to a parade of speakers, most  providing support for the position of the Friends of Gospel  Rock (FOGR), a very few voicing approval of the proposed  by-law changes.  At one point, an elderly  gentleman stood and seriously  advocated the elimination of the  eagles in the Gospel Rock area,  as they were a "hazard to small  aircraft."  Town Planner and Approving Officer, Rob Buchan, led  off the evening by referring to a  map of the area, and describing  the restrictive covenant for park  land.  "It (the covenant) will ensure  that all of the waterfrontage of  the Gospel Rock area, which is  about four acres of land, would  be dedicated as park land to the  Town of Gibsons. Another 14.5  acres of land, above Gower  Point Road would also eventually be dedicated as park.  "What we all know and what  we all love as Gospel Rock, has  never at any time been considered by this municipality for  development." Buchan spoke  openly of his concern that the  public had not been aware of  this, but statements made by  many who subsequently spoke,  suggested that there was a  generally informed awareness  of the issue and its ramifications  by those in attendance.  Michael Welsh, lawyer for  developer Hayden Killam, read  a lengthly Inter at Mayor  Strom's request. It points out  that if there were further delays  in the rezoning of the area, the  developer would have to reconsider park land dedication.  "As you can appreciate, our  client will not be able to develop  the property in an economically  feasible fashion with so much  land being dedicated for park,"  Welsh intoned.  Two-thirds of the way  through Welsh's 'speech' a  shouting match took place between Mayor Strom and a Mr.  Bartley of King Road, who was  quite irate at having to listen to  the lawyer's half hour message.  "We came here to present our  views, not listen to him  (Welsh)."  "Anyone who cannot reman  quiet 1 will have to ask to  leave." the mayor retorted, but  expulsion was not invoked.  During a sustained attack on  the credibility of Lola Westell  and Catherine McManus, two  of the 'Friends of Gospel  Rock', Mr. Welsh, reading  from his prepared letter, stated,  "The Friends of Gospel Rock  explain that they are prepared  to take this issue to court. This  is an interesting contrast to the  Coast News article where they  (FOGR) claim that we (the  "developer) have threatened  council with court action if the  by-law mentioned is not passed.  We have never made such a  threat."  In rebuttal, parts of a Inter  from Michael Welsh to the  lawyers for the Town of Gibsons, was made public by Pat  Braithwaite of Friends of  Gospel Rock.  "This letter and the execution  of  the   Priority   Agreement  should not be seen as a relaxa-  . tion of our position or as a  grant of an extension of time  for the passing of the  by-law...our client (Hayden  Killam) does not wish to be  placed into a position where he  will have to consider other options, including any recourse he  might have against the town, by  reason of the assurances given  and the subsequent extensive  delays. However, further delay  into September may force his  hand."  Her voice quavering with  emotion, Ms Braithwaite said,  "This is real blackmail! The  covenant is worth nothing. It  can be challenged at any time  and the letter is a threat. It's all  worth nothing...it is my belief  that Mr. Killam has never intended to give any park land (to  the Town of Gibsons). A deal  has been cooked here!"  "Are you accusing the town  of making a deal?" countered  Mayor Strom.  Ms Braithwaite continued,  "Mr. Welsh has said in this letter that he (Killam) is granting  the town an extension (on the  re-zoning). He is the developer.  I thought that council had the  powe*r to grant the re-zoning."  "I can assure you, Pat, that  there have been no deals made  by myself, and I am sure I can  speak for the rest of council."  "Well, who has made the  deal then?...This man is granting you an extension. Who has  the power here?" Ms  Braithwaite demanded.  A Mr. Hugh McNab, self-  described as not being a  member ofc-Friened�� of .Gospel  Rock, mentioned that he had  seen a West Vancouver newspaper advertisement for Gospel  Rock, describing 75 .acres of  waterfront property and 150  view lots. "The implication is  that there are waterfront view  lots for sale. I think it is this  aspect of Mr. Killam's  misleading presentation that has  created a lot of confusion in this  controversy."  Copies of the newspaper ad  Please turn to page 4  Al Strang, the Environmental Supervisor at Howe Sound Pulp ud Paper shows the 'spill lagoon',  which Is a very large hole covered with a heavy felt material under a 20 ml. poly liner, as ll nears com-  P,rt'011- -Dtve Allen photo  'Spill lagoon' In  place at Port Mellon  The finishing touches are being put on the first full scale effluent treatment system on the  West Coast of British Columbia, at' Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper's Port Mellon operation.  According to Technical Services Manager, Ron Wilson, the  new 'spill lagoon' will enable  mill personnel to divert any  spills from the entire effluent  stream to a holding pond  capable of containing 33 million  litres.  This modern system prevents  chemical shocks which could  impact on the effidenty of the  treatment system whose main  function is to eliminate environmental damage.  "Fourteen hours worth, or 33  million litres of effluent being  contained during the production process means that there  will be far less scheduled down  time when a bottle-neck in the  process occurs," says Al Strang,  Environmental Supervisor.  Lawyer Michael Welsh appeared on behalf of his client Hayden Killam at the public hearing last week  on the Gospel Rock development. -Dive Alien photo  Pender votes to join  Sunshine Coast CU  by Rose Nicholson  Members of the Pender Harbour Credit Union have voted  to join the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union by a vote of 128  with 29 opposed.  At a well attended meeting at  the community hall in Madeira  Park, 157 members of the over  1000 eligible to vote heard president Joan Willcock describe the  advantages of the new arrangement: access to MasterCard  charge cards, combination che-  queing/savings accounts, inter-  branch banking privileges, expanded banking hours and access to bank machines all across  the country, including the newly  installed 24 hour a day machine  in Sechelt.  Further savings would be effected through a consolidation  of operations and a member of  the Pender Harbour Credit  Union would be immediately  appointed to the board of the  expanded Sunshine Coast  Credit Union and a two  member advisory committee of  the Pender directors would be  appointed until the next Sunshine Coast Credit Union elections are held in 1991.  Started about 40 years ago  with assets of approximately  $88,000, "which is just about  enough for a mortgage on one  house now," said Willcock, the  credit union has reflected the  growth of the arm.  An analysis of the financial  statement showed a generally  favourable condition, with  assets at July 31, 1990 totalling  $9,(85,688 as compared to  $8,923,217 on December 31,  1989.  There was some concern over  an increase in doubtful loans,  but members were assured that  this wets fully covered by the required reserve fund, "and every  effort will be made to collect  these loans."  "There's not much discretionary privilege in lending these  days," said Dale Eichar,  manager of the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union. He went on to  describe the stringent regulations that control lending by  financial institutions which  minimizes the risks from bad  debts.  It was also pointed out that  commercial loans, which the  Pender Harbour Credit Union  does not handle, would be  available as a result of the new  arrangement.  The merger provides for "the  sale and transfer of all the  issued and outstanding shares  of the Pender Harbour Credit  Union and the assumption of all  the liabilities, by the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union."  $45,000 legal costs  for SD #46  The court case brought against School Dislricl 46 by the  Sunshine Coast Parents for French (SCPF) has cost the  district $45,000,  "This is money that was not in the budget," Secretary  Treasurer Tim Anderson told Iruslees at the September 11  School Board meeting. "At the present time I do not have a  solution for you of how we are going to cover this. By the  next Board Meeting I will have leaked to the lawyers and have  some proposals."  Mr. Justice Silencer ruled in favour of the board at the  June hearing, declaring that the board's decision to replace  Early French Immersion with Middle French Immersion was  lawfully made.  The board has been notified that the SCPF have appealed  tlie decision and that case will not be heard before March or  April of 1991.  Chamber Vote  The Gibsons Chamber of Commerce will be holding its  Annual General Meeting and Elettion of Officers on Monday, September 17 at the Cedars Inn in upper Gibsons.  Cost is $15 p<er person. Guest speakers include Sergeant Ed  Hill 'Dealing With Vandalism', Jean Gallante 'Hooidng Up  To The Gas Pipeline', and Sandy Reid 'Gibsons Towne  Mall'.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, September 17,1990  Comment  Nasty! Nasty!  Denise and Roger Lagasse, a young Sechelt couple active in  community and environmental affairs, were stunned to find  themselves hauled into Supreme Court in Vancouver last  week by International Forest Products.  They were charged with "tresspass, obstruction, intimidation, nuisance, interference, and conspiracy to do injury to  the plaintiff in its business."  What precisely did the Lagasses do? Bomb a logging  camp? Hurl threats and invective wrapped around a boulder  through the window of Interfor's had office? Throw sand or  sugar in the gas tanks of logging trucks?  No. Apparently Mr. Lagasse phoned one Chris Ortner, Interfor's area forester, and announced that he planned to protest the Tetrahedron logging. But it really doesn't matter whal  Mr. Lagasse planned to do.  What matters is the response of lnterfor to Mr. Lagasse's  so-called "threats". Did they call Ihe RCMP and report the  "threats?" No, that would have been too easy, and would  not have served the company's obvious intent.  Which was to stifle free speech, subject a family io ihe indignity of being dragged into court, cause the Lagasses inconvenience and interference with the orderly flow of their  lives, and, quite possibly, to induce a little fear in the hearts of  others.  Others who, like Ihe Lagasses, feel strongly aboul Ihe company's activities in the Tetrahedron, and who might decide to  exercise their own freedom of speech and self-expression in a  manner not pleasing to this high-handed corporate entity.  The case was thrown out of court, as well it should have  been. Surely lnterfor knew this would be the end result.  But as many large and controversial corporations do more  and more often throughout North America, lnterfor was trying to muzzle dissent and stifle protest before it got off the  ground.  After all, they've got the manpower, mosl specifically the  legal gunsels, with which to intimidate and harass virtually ai  will. Pitting lnterfor against Denise and Roger Lagasse is  something akin to putting the Toronto Blue Jays on ihe diamond to challenge any Sunshine Coasl slo-pitch team.  What lnterfor did to the Lagasses was intended to have a  chilling effect on those environmental warriors whose only  weapons are almost always nothing more dangerous lhan the  press release, the picket sign, and a concern for their  planetary heritage.  One can only hope that respectable, law-abiding citizens  such as the Lagasses, and groups like the Tetrahedron  Alliance, will not be unduly shaken by this recent, deplorable  action of lnterfor.  lnterfor, hopefully, will find a more constructive way of  dealing with public opinion when it is perceived to be in-  imicable to their interests.  S YEARS AGO  Members of the Sechelt Indian Band met with senior advisers from the departments of Municipal Affairs and  Finance to discuss changes necessary In both the  Municipal Act and the Provincial Taxation Act to accommodate the Sechelt Indian Band Self-Government Act. The  last major hurdle which must be cleared before the federal  cabinet can deal with the issue in the matter of land title.  Provincial legislation must recognize that the band has  legal title to the lands reserved for it, and that it can enter  into fiscal agreements and is a legal entity in the same  way that any municipality Is, with the same rights and  powers.  10 YEARS AGO  A spokesman for the BC Ferry union says a new shift  schedule on the Langdale ship will mean the end of late  sailings on the route.  An estimated 8000 square feet of the pulp warehouse  roof at Cantor's Port Mellon operation caved in when one  of the 12 by 12 wooden support pillars was sheared off by  the lift truck working Inside the warehouse.  20 YEARS AGO  Harry Bains Winn, who, with his wife Louise operated  telephones in this area for 31 years, died in White Rock at  the age of 79. Harry and his wife were the first couple married In the old Gibsons United Church in 1916, and Harry  and his father brought the first automobile to the area in  1919.  30 YEARS AGO  Gibsons United Church began construction of a $75,000  youth centre and church at the corner of Glassford and  Trueman Roads.  40 YEARS AGO  The Coast Naw* Egmont columnist W.J. Griffith, noted  that the usual scramble for fall runs of pink and chum  salmon is getting underway and that Joseph Warman, new  owner of the Egmont General Store Is making considerable  improvements and alterations to the store and his stock.  ScnserfdTrettjon?  Pair of pioneers  still on the trail  by Jan Michael Sherman  I don't think about marriage  per sea whole hell of a lot, but  when you're married it's a  tough subject to avoid.  Like the other day when a  new friend dropped in for some  get acquainteds, laced with a  shot of local politics.  Getting acquainted being as  ritualized in our culture as it is, I  believe it was me who popped  the question:- "So tell me Bart  (not his real name) ��� you married?"  - Hit grin was a little slow in  coming, but it grew in intensity  as he allowed as how he and his  v . had been together for 24  years "next week". When I asked what it felt like to be married  for almost a quarter of a century, Bart's grin disappeared, to  be replaced by a quizzical smile,  the smile of a fighter who has  outlasted his opponent, but  doesn't quite comprehend how.  "I feel as if when Betty and 1  started out we were just another  couple of pioneers, part of a  sort of wagon train of friends  and near-friends who'd gotten  married about the same time we  did."  Bart paused and squinted, as  if trying to get a fix on the past  through a veil of unclarified  smoke.  "Then at some point, and  I'm damned if I can pinpoint  when, I remember suddenly  feeling as if me and Betty had  made it into some clearing, but  when I looked around all the  others had vanished. Like we  were the last pioneers or  something stupid like that..."  As Bart continued to speak, I  found myself coming in very  immediate touch with a feeling  memory of a lady I'd met in  Toronto about the same time he  and   Betty  were  exchanging  meaningful glances, telephone  numbers, and understandable  fibs.  The lady in Toronto was  bom Denise Patricia Moore  ("Denny Bugs") in Victoria,  but e\rmy brats have a way of  turning up just about anywhere.  But when she turned up on the  balcony of a respectably threadbare highrise on Isabella Street,  where it just so happened I  shared an apartment with a  banjo-playing accountant for a  brasierre factory, my life took  one of those sideways shifts that  Dylan neatly crystallized as  "...a simple twist of Fate."  I was just back from a six-  month sojourn in Mexico, having fled Hogtown in the first  frigid weeks of 1963, following  the demise of a kids' TV show  on which 1 was featured as  'Michael The Magic Minstrel'.  When I left I was pale,  overweight, and dejected. When  I put boot to the Isabella Street  pavement six months down the  line, I was nut-brown, lean, and  ready for anything.  Anything, in this case, was  about five foot seven inches and  wearing a purple, one-piece  bathing suit. She was bending  over in a second or third floor  balcony, doing something with  a cat, a guitar, or both. Her face  was entirely unavailable to me  but, where Fate is concerned,  the details are usually irrelevant.  She later claimed that I said  hello and offered up some excruciatingly hip one-liner, but I  have only the memory of gaining access as quickly as possible  to a pair of high-powered  binoculars Gordon (the brasierre accountant) and I used to  line up likely dates from apartments facing us on the other  side of the street.  It was easy determining  which apartment belonged to  Lady Purple, even easier to suss  that she and one, possibly two,  girlfriends were actually moving  in that very day. That very moment I  An hour later, having  discovered that Lady Purple  had cats (for which she would  have been ejected, if found  out), was barely learning to play  guitar (hers was a pitifully  cheapo model), and, most importantly, was named Denise  Moore, I shined up my Tony  Lamas, adjusted my attitude to  Humble Strut, and descended  upon her unknowing Self from  the tenth floor.  The rest is almost anti-  climactic. I rang the buzzer, and  one of the Lady's Ladies-ln-  Waiting answered. I tipped my  cap, and made a nonchalant  beeline for the far end of the living room, heading straight for  Lady Purple herself.  This time her face was more  than available. It was staring at  me with the curiosity of a  myopic panther. I said "Hi,  Denise", then immediately  picked up her guitar and started  to play. I made up a song about  this beautiful damsel who smuggled some cats into a building  where they aren't allowed...  Bart said goodbye, leaving  the psychologist in me to arm  wrestle with the immense complexity of the fact that, two days  after this column appears in  print, Lady Purple and I will  celebrate 25 years together on  the trail.  The operative word is, happily, "celebrate". After a  quarter of a century together we  still take pleasure in kissing each  other good morning. And goodbye. And good luck.  And, now and again, good  riddance. We have left each  other for short periods of time  within the private personal  therapy chambers of our hearts  and have, more often than not,  shared the soul pain of these  solo sessions with each other.  In short, we have strived to  be as honest with each other as  we try to be with ourselves. The  relationship, the marriage itself,  has always been as important to  each of us as have the personalities involved.  But none of this counts for  doodly squat, I believe, unless  one truly likes one's self and  one's life partner. In his cult  classic "Still Life With  Woodpecker", Tom Robbins  has his heroine Leigh-Cheri  pose the question "Who knows  how to make love stay?"  It is a fair question, since so  many of us pose it, usually in  extremis.  But universal as it is, it's not  the Big Question. Making love  stay is as simple as keeping a  fire lit. Keep stoking it with  more wood. Keep stoking a  relationship with more love.  Light and heat will be generated, and your relationship will  grow and be nurtured.  The Big Question, for me at  least, is how to remain "in like"  with another human being moment by moment, day after day  for 25,50 or 75 years. THAT'S  the biggie in my books!  I don't have a glib and ready  answer, and I suspect there isn't  one.  But I do know that, despite  the occasional nagging, feuding,  and mutual disappointing, Lady  Purple and I are still in like with  each other. We're not still  together out of habit or because  we feel trapped. I still look forward to kissing her good morning (before she's truly conscious  or even brushed her teeth), and  she still gets upset if I fail to kiss  her goodbye when she's still  asleep. (How she knows is  beyond me).  Which brings me to those  moments when I hate Denise  the most, which just happens to  be at those times when I have to  buy her a present. This is a lady  who travels light within herself,  who has never been materialistic, and who appreciates the  gift of feelings more than  things.  So as our 25th rolls around,  even though I have done my  best and come up with a few  tokens of my love which I know  she'll appreciate, I have decided  to gift my Lady Purple with one  additional little surprise item.  This column.  Happy Anniversary, pioneer  woman of my dreams.  The Sunshine  m$f ii ti  Pubii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Jan Michael Sherman  Rose Nicholson  Advertising Fran Burnside  Mgr:  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  Production: Jan Schuks M^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHeffey Ollice Mgr:    Anne Thomsen  Brian McAndrews Dee Grant  Bill Rogers Judie Myers  Bev Cranston  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper  published on Ihe Sunshine Coast. BC every Monday by Glasslord  Press Ltd., Box 460. Gibsons. BC VON W0. Gibsons 886-2622 or  8867817: Sechelt 885-3930: Pender Harbour 883-9099: Gibsons  Fax 886-7725. Sechell Fax 885-3954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction ol any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Olasslord Press Ltd.. holders of the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: i yea' 135: 6 months SM: Foreign  1 year 140  - ���  IIVIII.WI    WI    IIS/    UlVeOllleS,  No, kids haven't changed  by Bev Cranston  "CWIdretn are different today  than they used to be." How  many times have you heard  your parents or older relatives  say this to you? I've heard it so  many times I can't even count  them. "Not so," I say. Children  are the same today as they were  yesterday.  It's the junk that is thrown at  them from everywhere including, of course, the biggy  TELEVISION, advertising  (flyers, books, stores and TV)  and today's higher standard of  living.  Today you can trot on down  to the local thrift store and find  beautiful, hardly worn clothes.  This stuff was not available  when I was a kid, or I would  have been wearing it.  Kids are the same. They have  their secrets, inhibitions, loves,  hates and confessions just like  we used to, and still do.  When visiting friends on their  dairy farm home in the Fraser  Valley this past summer, the  group of seven kids that got  together for a couple of days  and night became as one. They  didn't even know any of us  parents existed. They were in  their own world. It was interesting to watch this midget,  magnificent seven, and enjoy  sharing in their interactions and  learning fiom <each other.  They had a great, free time. It  was like the city kids visiting the  country kids. But these country  kids had NINTENDO, an ATV  (driven by the oldest country  kid), a big outdoor pool complete with hottub and a barn full  of cows and wild cats. My so-  called city kids were in seventh  heaven,  But the country kids didn't  get to go to the PNE and ride  the famous roller -coaster three  tim��, like my city kids.  Children have always stuck  together when it came to any  kind of secret they felt should  not be divulged to a parent or  adult. This is nothing new. I can  reimember doing the same thing  continuously with my older  brothers. There were never any  bad secrets.  So my son the other day  started telling me about their  five-aboard rides on the ATV.  Out to the fields to change the  location of the irrigation pipes  they went, with Gene, the oiliest  and most trustworthy at the  wheel. So I didn't worry. He  roared and raged around on his  Dad's big tractor as if it were a  tricycle. But he was only eleven  and he was showing off.  The three smaller kids,  would, I was told with hysterical laughter, lean back on the  ATV to make it pop wheelies.  "It can't flip over, Mom," my  son said. "Yeah, sure Bob."  They were lucky it didn't, I suppose, but there was a bar on the  back for just such a situation.  Ely the time we left there and  headed back to Vancouver, my  kids were so tired they couldn't  even smile and they are smilers  and jokers. Their grandparents  thought they were sick.  Does tehis scenario sound  familiar? Kids haven't changed.  Only their toys.  Vour community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper    ��� - ������ ������ -  ��� -,*..... - ,���. r���������  - - *--.-���-- ��� -��� --.-- .. the Edit  Coast News on griddle  Coast News, September 17,1990  Editor:  RE: Gospel Rock  We are the solicitors for Mr.  Hayden Killam and write on his  instructions. We note with interest your two articles on the  Gospel Rock rezoning in your  edition of September 10/1990.  Your concept of "clarifying  the issues" (as you put it) by in-  tetrviewing only two persons  with the same partisan view,  while making no effort to grant  the same privilege to our client  or to officials of the Town of  Gibsons, is a novel twisting of  the language.  We suggest that it only  clarifies your own bias on this  issue and your lack of comprehension of the distinction  between reporting and editorializing.  We also note that your timing  is such that any reply we seek to  make in your newspaper can  only reach an issue printed after  the September 12, 1990 public  hearing. You have reported  enough on the history of this  matter to realize that any reply  directed to all the misinformation you printed on September  10, 1990, could be construed as  an attempt on our part to influence members of Gibsons  Council after a public hearing,  something the Municipal Act  prohibits.  We .are certain that the  "friends" of Gospel Rock  would attempt to so argue in the  next court challenge they  threaten. As you have therefore  effectively muzzled our ability  to reply in print so that the  issues can truly be clarified, we  can only ask that, in future,  your paper report responsibly to  the public it serves.  Law Office of Welsh and Gray  Per: Michael F. Welsh  Thanks  Editor:  I would like to say lhank you  to the Rotary Club of Gibsons  and to the CBC Beachcombers  for the wonderful party we attended Saturday, August 4.  It was fun to be in Gibsons  again too. Thank you.  Veronica Plewman  r\mm  ���I MORE THAN CLOTHING  U��.--��/���-���*��� Some Original Designs  10,30 ��� 4,30  XSoumtoivn sRobexts Ciiifi  885-1411  Lagasse's boycott strategy  Editor:  It's time for a boycott of International Forest Products, the  corporation which is clearcut-  ting in the proposed Tetrahedron Wilderness Reserve.  lnterfor has plans to clearcut  right into the heart of the Chapman Lake area, the main source  of potable water for the Sunshine Coast community. The  process of organizing the  boycott will put pressure on lnterfor to take local concerns  more seriously.  Over 400 people recently  signed a petition to halt logging  in the Batchelor Lake area but  the company is clearcutting  anyway. The only way lnterfor  will stop cutting is if they are  convinced that their actions will  result in financial losses.  A well-organized boycott can  achieve that end. People who  want to protect our watershed  should avoid any financial tran  sactions with lnterfor until the  company shows more sensitivity  to local public opinion.  So how do you boycott a big  forest company? First, you  make up your mind not to sell  or buy logs from them. Then  you find out where their offices  are and you set up an information picket to let their patrons  and the general public know  about your concerns.  You find out what other  companies are owned by lnterfor and you disseminate that information widely. Then you  contact other groups that have  similar concerns and you ask  for their support.  There will be a great deal of  sympathy off the Coast in environmentalist circles and this  should increase the effectiveness  of the boycott. We ought to appeal to the national and international environmental community for support.  Update on  mill dioxins  Editor:  I'd like to respond to Pat  Ridgway's letter 'Poisons',  where she describes her worry  over air emmissions containing  ���dioxins from Port Mellon.  According to HSPP's 'Environmental Impact Statement'  recently released and prepared  for those who objrcted to the  granting of a permit January  10, 1990, dioxins, furans and  chlorophenols suffered over a  99.99 per cent destruction rate  in a test boiler which was  operated at 60 per cent of the  maximum continuous rating to  be consistent with potential low  boiler steam loads, and low  combustion temperatures.  This test was done under the  supervision of Environment  Canada and Waste Management to provide wood waste  boiler destruction efficiencies.  In Sweden the estimated  amount of dioxin equivalents  for the pulp and paper industry  is 4 to 6 grams per year.   In-  Sl     Gibsons  ?!  & District  'Public Libraryj  Hours:  = Tues 9:30-5 peiij  _Wed  | Thurs.  J Sat.  ���STORYTIME:   Wed  cinerators here produced 50 to  100 grams per year which were  then to be regulated to 10 grams  per year in 1992. All the burning  of oil, coal, and wood was  thought to be 10 grams per year.  Basically dioxins are a result  of poor combustion efficiencies.  A damped down airtight stove  can be a source that one may  want to think about.  The monitoring of chemical  recovery boilers for .dioxins was  being done in Sweden, however,  and this was neglected in the  Enviro Impact Statement  prepared by HSPP under the  direction of Waste Management.  I asked Waste Management  why this wasn't done considering the past intensity of public  opinion on this topic, in my  general comments about the  study. I included your letter for  their review.  I hope I have been of some  help, and given some understanding from our comer of this  environmental jigsaw puzzle  we're in.  Hugh McNab  Chairman, CPU Local 1119  Environmental Committee  More letters  on Page 23  Ted Peters Photographer  CrT.xLi.tmai. 5Poitia.Lt <Sfi��cLaL  Sunnycrest Mall In Gibsons  For Three Saturdays,  September 22, October 13 & October 27  No Appointments Needed  For a Sitting Fee of $10 you receive Six Poses  and all Proofs. No Retakes Please On This Offer.  Package available from your choice  of same Negative  ��� 2-8x10's ...     -,____  .6-5* 7's and      $   $2999  ��� 6-3V4x5's  Other Reprints Available At Regular Rate. Last Date To  Re-Order For Christmas Delivery Is December 1st.  OfVilOfING, PKOCtSSING, PACHAGE AND OTHER REPRINTS ��IL COMPLETED IN  GIBSONS BY SUNNVCHEST PHOTO UNO E. * E. PHOTOGRAPHY.   Every Sunshine Coast resident should read the center  pages of the September issue of  National Geographic. There are  pictures of an lnterfor clearcut.  We do not want to see this type  of disastrous and short-sighted  logging in our watershed.  The Ministry of Forests is  ultimately responsible for the  rapid depletion of old growth  forests in BC. The  government's forest policies  allow companies to mow down  forests over the objections of  local communities. What is  needed is forestry policy which  allows communities to have  powers to protect their potable  water and a veto over any logging on public land. Until such  laws are in place, we will have to  keep fighting each issue as it  arises.  Roger Lagasse  Halfmoon Bay, BC  R���FL��CTIOn$  Bath Collection  We're New  In Town  TOWELS    SHOWER CURTRINS    BflTHROOfTI RCCESSORIES  "ALL COLOURS - RLL SIZES"  Opening Day  Thursday. Sept. 20  Come & meet The Staff  Johannt, Lorna ft Cathy  5670 COWRIE ST., SECHELT 685-4893  Time Again!  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'Low linance ���rales and cash rebaies may nol be combined Retail buyers choosing ,i reduced finance rale m lieu ol cash rebate are eligible lor 8 9��<> tor 12-24 months. 10 9% (or 25-36 months.  12.9% (or 37-48 months on approved credit Example lor $15,000 linanced over 24 months al 8 9���� APR. Ihe monthly payment is $684 58 the cost ol borrowing is $1.429 92. and Ihe total  amounttobe repaid is $16 429 92 For $15,000 tinancedover 36 months al 10 9% APR. the monthly payment would be $490 37. the cost ol borrowing is $2,653 32. and Ihe total to be repaid is  $17,653 32 For $15,000 financed over 48 months at 12 9% APR Ihe monthly payment is $401 67 the cost of borrowing is $4 280 16. and the total lo be repaid is $19,260 16 Assuming a  rebate ol $750 as the alternate, should you choose a reduced financing rale instead of Ihe cash rebate, legislation requires lhat the amount ol the rebate must be included in the cost ol  borrowing in order lo arrive at an effective interest rate For example, when financing $15 000 al 8 9"<> the elfeclive interest rate would be 13 52��0 and Ihe total cost of borrowing, including the  rebate not taken, would be $2,179 92 Cost of borrowing will vary depending on Ihe'amount financed and Ihe term of loan Purchase must be made and taken trom existing dealer inventory  The offer cancels and replaces all programs previously advertised and may not be combined with any previous oflers or currently available alternatives See doaler tor details Escort  Mustang and Bronco II offers include dealer participation  "12.9% financing available lor up lo 48 months See example above  The Sunshine Coast/Howe Sound  Dealers  Sechell  SeiiitK Coasl Ford Sales Ltd.  Squamish  Squamish Ford Sales  MM Coast News, September 17,1990  Council gets earful  ( eentinued tr��m page I  were circulated and Lola  Westell reminded Mayor Strom  that she had mentioned that a  "flip" (a quick buy and sell)  would not take place with ihis  property. However, it was confirm^ on Thursday that there  are prospectuses available from  Bell Realty for the property  which carries a price tag of $2.5  million.  In a further confusion of the  property's actual status,  Hayden Killam told the Coast  News on September 12 that he  had purchased the land for $1.3  million. "The property will be  mine in 14 days," he claimed.  "As of yesterday (9/11/90) it is  not on the market."  Pat Braithwaite spoke to the  issue of ihe restrictive covenant,  drawn up by Mr. Welsh for  Hayden Killam, and presented a  letter from a Mr. Bauman, an  expert municipal lawyer in Vancouver. In the letter Mr.  Bauman outlines, "...The first  problem is that the Town of  Gibsons does not grant approval for subdivisions. The  Approving Officer does. He is  not doing so as an employee of  the Town...but as an Approving  Officer under the Land Title  Act. More importantly, the Approving Officer cannot, as a  condition of subdivision,  lawfully require execution and  registration of the covenant.  "Accordingly, the purported  consideration for the covenant  is unlawful and, potentially, the  grantor of the covenant (Valentine Land Corporation) could  resile from its terms on these  grounds in the future."  "In fact this covenant is really not worth the paper it's  printed on. It has huge  loopholes." charged Ms Braithwaite.  Mr. Buchan was quick to  point out that he is quite sure of  the town's position and his  jurisdiction as an Approving  Officer. Further, he went to  great pains to assure those present that as Approving Officer,  he would be objective,  judicious, and scrupulous when  it came to the adjudication of  this development issue.  Speaking as a representative  of the Regional District, Jeremy  Frith told those in attendance  "...there was a referal of this  by-law at the emergency  Regional District meeting last  night, lt should be known at  this meeting that the Regional  District askexl that this by-law  be tabled until such aspects as  water supply, access, density are  reviewed.  I believe that all of us (elected  officials) are first and foremost  responsible to our constituents.  1 know that we work from very  well thought out community  plans in our areas and in our  towns. It is essential, after all,  given the work that went into  these plans, that they are not  watered down for future  residents of this Coast.  Frith glanced around the  quiet chamber, then continued.  "It is the current residents of  this Coast that should be in control, and I question the mandate  of this council to change that  i Gibsons Community Plan."  "I think we should point out  that not all members of this  council are in favour of changing the community plan,"  stated Mayor Strom, without,  however, naming names.  Director Frith continued, "In  many aspects of our lives on this  Coast we have been in a Rip  Van Winkle siutation. Life has  suddenly changed here very  dramatically.  We are realizing that things  that are very crucial for the  quality of life on this Coast can  slip away almost immediately  SCRD urges  voting delay  by Rose Nicholson  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) has recommended that Gibsons Council  "defer any further action on  By-laws 600-6 and 553-43  (Gospel Rock) until concerns  with respect to road access,  drainage, park dedication and  density have been clarified and  resolved."  The matter was discussed at a  special Regional District  meeting on September 11 when  directors reviewed a Planning  Director's report concerning  amendments to the by-laws.  "The attempt of the recommendation is not to forestall the  development," said SCRD  Director Jim Gurney. "But we  have some strong and legitimate  concerns, and we hope that  (Gibsons) Council will take  them seriously."  New programs  for Coast sohools  A new program for part-time  students who wish to work  toward their high school  diploma will begin in Gibsons  on September 17.  The Part-time Education  Program (PEP) will offer individualized tutoring by qualified instructors af a variety of  convenient times during the  morning, afternoon and evening. Students will be able to  select class times that are most  suitable for them.  There are no tuition fees for  this program, and students will  be able to work at their own  pace. Instruction will be  available for English, mathematics, science and social studies  courses.  PEP is designed for adults  and older teenagers who have  been out of school for a while  but who now wish to continue  their education on a part-time  basis in an informal yet purposeful atmosphere.  If you are interested in this  education program or wish  more information, please contact Mary Pinnigar, Director of  Continuing Education at  885-2991.  A satellite outdoor school in  conjunction with the North  Vancouver District may become  a reality for the Sunshine Coast.  At the September 11 School  Board meeting, trustees passed  a motion to explore the  possibilities of establishing such  a partnership.  "I am really impressed with  the North Vancouver outdoor  school," said Trustre Maureen  Clayton.  I      Jeannie's  SEMI-ANNUAL  Jewellery Repair Event  Are Ihe daw* worn Ihinf  Are the vide Mimes hi u ret  V'  ~y Ii Ihe centre slone secure?    >'<" thisi QuisribM i  _,��*       I.  .1 i ��� .a .     . I   '.el  He l.ee.1  I   lellleel   ,,  M SLHSUMUI s  Special Savings Now in Effect  thru' Saturday, September 29  CLAW Rpft. Preep  mtiwng   ���,r^wl  RING M'd' Sm.l"e'.  SIZING    Now $8  Beg. Prire $12  $10-$14  Feg. $16 ��� $20  KARAT GOLD CHAIN SOLDER  Sale $6 nq. prict sto  half shanks By Estimate  rk  SIWICKSTVUI  wham mmJtrkm  Hwy   101, eUgptf (iibsons  Jeannie's  Gifts & Gems 886-2023  unless we do something about  it.  "Since we in the Regional  District also work from rom-  munity plans, I live in dread of  us giving not development to  the Coast, but fostering the idea  that there is a right to rezoning.  There is no right to rezoning.  When you have a community  plan, it should be followed. 1  think developers have got to  know that we have them (community plans) there in order to  maintain the kind of development that we want long term on  this Coast."  As soon as Buchan had  responded to Frith's impassioned plea, Area 'E' Director, Jim  Gurney, was on his fret, seeking  the lloor.  "I think there are some  serious discrepancies in these  by-laws. When you look at the  map and you look at the bylaws, the only thing lhat is being  rezoned here (Gospel Rock) is  the area for residential development.  "And yet we hear council  members going on at great  length about a covenant to  register some park land. It  seems to me thai you should get  it all done at the same time.  "And it's curious to me that  you (council) haven't chosen to  recognize, particularly for  rezoning, the area for park  dedication."  Gurney waited for some applause to die down before continuing. "(Council) and certainly  show its intent by rezoning (the  park land), but I suggest that  before you adopt these by-laws,  there should be an amendment  zoning the area that is proposed  for the dedication."  YOU  AND  WE'LL  Www em  HELP  %  Ifit's  MB  ,.    TIME  M"* Uurit Anet (kor��ii  to renew your Autoplan insurance  let the professionals at Suncoast Agencies  process it for you with speed, accuracy,  and a friendly smile.  OUR ICBC COMPUTER ACCESS    IS FAST AND ACCURATE  DID YOU KNOW  that your Autoplan coverage is  related to the use of your vehicle? If you generally use your vehicle for  purposes other than those specified on your insurance papers you may  not be covered in case of an accident. Check with us to be sure your  vehicle is rated correctly.  COVERING THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR OVER A GENERATION  SuucMttt Agenda  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC  886-2000  BritishCokmbia's ��/>>U\��  VeWlllQlGn S rlOSpiTdl Puttingsniifebackwiieretlicybjdong.  EMPLOYMENT.  cyeafi  Employment Plus at work In  Kaslo where the Kooienay  Lake Historical Society's  project to restore the  S.S. Moyie and create a  visitors' tile hasemployed  and trained 32 recipients  over 2 years.  We'll Pay 100% Of An Employee's Wage  For Registered Nonprofit Organizations  If you can provide materials and offer  jobs that develop skills, we'll pay the  wages. Eligible organizations receive  100% of an employee's wage ot $700  per hour, plus a supervisor's wage  of $10.00 per hour when an income  assistance recipient is hired. The  project must be for a period of 4 to 6  months and leave a community  tourism legacy.  This program is being used by nonprofit groups to start up new festivals  and special events, create and  upgrade tourist and recreation areas,  and construct community arts and ���  sports facilities. Plan your festival or  project now and apply for funding  to begin work any time during the year.  COMMUNITY TOURISM EMPLOYMENT  TRAINING PROGRAM  We'll Pay 50% Of An Employee's Wage  For Private Businesses, Nonprofit Groups and Local Governments  We'll help you when you help receive 50% of an employee's wage,  someone develop or upgrade skills on      UP,0 $3.50 per hour subsidy, when an  the job. Eligible employers must income assistance recipient is hired  create a 30 to 40 hour per week job and ,rained.  for a minimum of 2 months and will EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM  The Environment Youth Corps provides  employment for income assistance  recipients 16 to 24 years of age.  Participants learn job skills in parks,  fish and wildlife habitat improvement  projects, recycling, and as response  teams for non-hazardous  environmental emergencies.  ENVIRONMENT YOUTH CORPS     The Employment Plus group of  programs is a major initiative under a  federal/provincial agreement and part  of a $28 million continuing commitment  from your provincial government to  help British Columbia employers hire  and train income assistance recipients.  ft?  Province ol British Columbia  Ministry of Social Services  and Housing  For Program Details and Application Forms,  Contact Your Nearest District Office.  Check th* Blue Pages of Your .Phone Book.  l\  j.*i-jl *,- -   /- ' :'   .  .���-  :���'-������>    ���  >^majgj^mam^m^m^m^m^mk^mm.f^  Wmmmmmm^mmmm  mmmmmmmmmmWmWmmmmm-mm  MManfttBE Georcje    in    Gibsons  Coast News, September 17,1990  A heritage reclaimed  by George Cooper, Wtjgjl  The former Women's Institute (WI) Hall has just seen a  itturn to its original function of  a community hall with the first  Fall Fair in 22 yerars.  The Gibsons Landing Heritage Society has worked long  and hard lo get this idea across  to local authorities and to the  public.  Now the Driftwood Playesrs  hope that its November production of Alan Ayckbourn's comedy Living Together will be in  the WI Hall.  "We have some very practical equipment, the gift of the  Beachcombers; everything from  sand bags to a lighting grid,"  said Nwt Lewis, "to start us off  in the WI Hall."  Pam Feichtner, the former  volunteer Gibsons and District  librarian, put her organizational  skills to work co-ordinating the  preparations for the Fall Fair,  and along with many volunteers  staged a fair quite nostalgic for  those who remember the fairs of  half a generation and more ago.  At ribbon cutting time, Peggy  Connor, the Regional District  chairman, said she remembered  the dances held in the WI Hall.  Jean Wyngaert who, along with  Jeimiferr Sinclaire, this year's  Miss Gibsons, cut the ribbon,  especially remembers Christmas  Day 1936, the day her wedding  took place in the hall.  "It was still quite new, and  with an arch and big white bell  and str.*amers along the walls, it  was a lovely place to hold a  wedding."  "And," she added, "I  remember the plays that were  put on in the hall in those time's  of the 30's. Entertainment we  all enjoyed so much."  Pearle Trethewey, who was  treasurer of the Fall Fair committee in 1968, recalls the hurried task of getting the prize  money into envelopes ready to  be given out at the clay's end.  "Quite a time getting that  done," said Pearle, "along with  my day's work in the bakery  that was then situated in the  building now used by the  Mariners' Restaurant."  Pearle said the Fall Fair was a  preparatory show time for the  4H Club members who could  then take their poultry and their  dairy or beef calves to the PNE.  "Parent interest in 4H generally  fell off," she said, "and  without their support, the  young folk did not carry on."  Good to see the Fall Fair  RETIRING???  FREE MARKET SURVEYS AND  PRODUCT PLACEMENT SERVICES FOR:  ��� Annuities  ��� Registered Retirement Income Funds (R.R.I.F.)  ��� Registered Retirement Savings Plans (R.R.S.P.)  "On-Line" Surveys of over 100 Financial Institutions  ���t  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Retirement Planning ��� Life Insurance  ��� Annuilies/R.R.l.F. R.R.S.P.   ��� Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  ��� Mejiuie lieiede licanca wilh Atceit Financial Saevlcaa Ltd.  ��� Ufa leeeeieaeec* licence weeee Naitonal Ilia ot Canada  TELEPHONE: 886-9111  FAX: 886-9121  TOLL FREE:    1-100 M3-20S1  GUESS  ���  ALFRED   SUNG   DENIMS  and a good selection of    HUE Legwear  Congratulation!  to Riusctt Turlock  Winner ol the  $100  Gift Certificate  LEEWARD  CLOTHING  GROUP  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons 686-2715  Thanks to Paul Sheridan  who drew for the  Back to School "Draw"  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE  1990 List Of Electors  Court Of Revision  Take notice that the sitting of the Court of Revision  to revise and correct the 1990 List of Electors for the  Town of Gibsons will be held In the Council  Chamber of the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, B.C., at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, October 1,1990, and shall continue to sit, If required,  from day to day until the list has been corrected and  revised.  The Court will hear all complaints and may:  a. correct the names of electors Incorrectly stated;  b. add names of electors omitted from the list;  c. strike from the list the names of persons not entitled to vote or disqualified from voting;  d. correct any other manifest error In the list; or  e. add to the list the name of any person qualified on  August 31 to have his name entered on the list.  Copies of the List of Electors may be examined at  the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. during normal office hours.  Any elector whose name has been omitted or Incorrectly entered may register a complaint, In person, In  writing, or by agent to the Court of Revision to have  the List corrected.  Further particulars may be obtained from the office  of the undersigned.  R. Lorraine Goddard  MUNICIPAL CLERK  revived in the form so many  remember, or at least have  heard of.  LOCAL DOINGS  No I09ers' luncheon this  month, the president of the  Ladies Auxiliary, Gibsons  Legion, has told us. A reminder  to legion members that the first  meeting after the summer recess  will tie held tomorrow evening,  September 18.  Scottish Country Dancing  begins Friday, September 28 at  8 pm in the United Church  Hall. A welcome to everyone,  especially beginners.  A reminder of the Tetrahedron Alliance announcement  in this newspaper a few weeks  ago: There are still a couple of  weekends left in September to  join a trip into that high country  in the Tetrahedron region to sw  for yourself the potential there  is there for a natural recreational area.  GOSPEL ROCK  The North Shore Real Estate  wwkly of September 7 carries  an advertisement for Bell Realty. In the ad a diagram and text  tell about the offer of a rare opportunity with the Sunshine  Coast's most famous subdivision, high on a hill overlooking  Howe Sound and Georgia  Strait. For $2,550,000 one can  buy the entire 75 acres; that's  150 lots, view lots, only minutes  from Gibsons.  Famous, indeed. Notorious is  a much more apt word. Overlooking? Not only the strait but  also the fact re-zoning has not  been done yet. It would also  seem the Official Community  Plan is being overlooked.  RCeMP  The RCMP wishes to commend a group of teens who  observed an obviously intoxicated driver about to drive  away from a gas station and  stopped her and called the  police.  Their actions prevented a  potential accident and consequent serious offence.  Concert  time  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council's 7th Annual Series of  Countryside Concerts opens  Sunday, September 23 with the  Vancouver Chamber Choir presenting a recital featuring the  works of Bach, Brahms and  Rutter.  October 28 we will once again  enjoy the Coast's new piano  with a recital from celebrated  Canadian pianist, Arthur  Rowe.  The Vetta String Quartet will  perform on November 25, our  last concert before Christmas,  and includes violists Victor  Constanzi and Mark Koenig,  violist Andrew Brown and  cellist Eugene Osadchy.  The feature presentation of  this series will be renowned  pianist Linda Lee Thomas in  conceit with fellow symphony  members Wesley and Laren  Foster on clarinet and  viola/violin.  The series closes on March 24  with the Sooke Ensemble, a trio  of gifted artists from Victoria  including pianist Bruce Vogt,  whose solo concert last year was  received with great enthusiasm.  Soprano Susan Young's brilliant voice will bring a new  dimension to Countryside Concerts  All concerts are at the  Twilight Theatre in Gibsons on  Sunday afternoons at 2 pm.  Very few subscription tickets  are left so avoid disappintment  and call Betty Allen at 886-2324  "   R E_  HAIR  SALON  ,^_  I THA\KS  J J y**** Prices effective  9:30 im* 6 pm      11 am-Spin . 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Upholsttry & Boat Tops  Ltd. ��� This versatile business is  situated at 637 Wyngacn Road (just  off Highway 101) halfway up the  hill in Gibsons.  W.W. is owned and operated by  the Weinhandl family for over 20  years.  Specializing in marine lops,  biminys, upholstery, etc., .hey will  custom design each to your specifications, using the best quality  materials available.  Heavy duty equipment seats:  repairs, frames welded, custom seat  construction to suit the individual  and custom covering are all .part of  this department.  W.W. 's Foam Shop is unique to  this area. Foam is purchased in large  blocks and custom cut on the  premises. Special orders are usually  ready the same day. Standard size  mattresses, toppers etc. are wrapped  and ready to go. Quality convoluted  (eggaate) foam is stocked, as are  regular and custom mattress covers.  Sales include fabrics, vinyls, canvas, boat toppings, vinyl-window,  Industrial coverings, etc.  Boat fillings ��� custom and roll  YKK zippers in many sizes, custom  covered buttons, plus all upholstery  and boal top suppliers for the do-it-  yourselfer.  Plexiglas full sheets or custom  cut, coroplast white and colours.  Yes, and all basic fiberglass supplies,  too. Fiberglass resin is stexked in 1  to 20 L. containers.  Vinyl and hull cleaners, waxes,  waterproofing (for canvas tents)  supermend, vinyl repairs, and much  morel  J&$a J/boMfla  ii  Come in tc a Friendly Cats  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour die  home made dessert  ���Croat service from people  who care  ff^ftWS  Gibsons Landing*^     886-2261  We  PERK UP  your  9-5 GRIND  Call Doug at 886-7686  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office k. Restaurant  Supplies &. Equipmenl  -f"  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  i.ff->^u,��f^  #  SANOW/CH  . /// TOWN  .  Dalit  Varie|y���� foods  Cibsons Landing     886-293'e  m d ��� Bqg"  HOlsa  15 Regular Roasts,  6 Flavoured,  4 Swiss Water/Decafs  To Choose From  p|us    Cotton Reusable Filters and  Unbleached Fillets  Gower PI. Rd.,  Qlbsons Landing  886-2818  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods /(j^m  886-2257     gower point roao, Gibsons landing Your LOTTERY Centre    [H-VI h'"'] IPS      I  EAfllTaC /  [BUTCHER SHOP)   efSe  V /   SEPT. 17-23  Fresh ��� Quarter - Cut Into Chops  loins   ��,. 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A A  pie shells 3^ 1.99  Pepperldeje Farms ��� Assorted       4     mm.  cakes each 1.49  ij  BAKI  Country Harvest - 6 Varieties  bread 67*  Homestead ��� 100% Whole Wheat  bread . ���*�����  1.49  1.69  THE DIET  was what I'd Intended to do but the sunny  weather happened and I rushed out Into my  garden Hearing my pruning shears. I buzzed  around my yard snipping this and chopping lhal,  probably In all Ihe wrong places, and working up  such an appetite In all that Iresh air that the diet  died. This Is what helped llll the gap.  BEEF IN RED WINE  2 lbs. stewing bed, cubed  12 green onions, trimmed  1 UMeMptM flaur  3 ttblospoofli ivo wine vlneejer  1 pint dry ltd wine  II  II  1*1.  ( doves gat*  Vi toospoon milted peppercorns  1. Heat oil and brown meat quickly In trying pan.  2. Add green onions and stir In lor two minutes.  3. Add flour ��� stir one minute.  4. Remove meat and onions and place In  casserole dish.  5. Add wine vinegar to try pan and boll till vanished.  6. Add wine and boll till reduced by halt.  7. Place wine and all other Ingredients In,  casserole.  8. Cover tnd cook at 325* F. lor 2Vi hours.  I tit that with carrots and a baked potato ��� and  thw I nude a chocolate cake!  Complete  Foam Shop  Mattresses,  Toppers,  Bolsters,:  -etc.  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 Wyngaert Rd . Gibsons  886-7310  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  k^Come In  vl&f     and  Check Out  the New Merchandise  Open  7 Daya A Week  Gower Pt. Rd.  Glbsoni Landing  Dry Cleaning  Drop OH  CUSTOM  Ceramics  k  Made to   ���  Your Order  8883233  Open: Tuts -Sai km  Tun S Tnun evil  6 30-9 30  s  Itf?  bow  eElections  ** 453 Marine Drive  >      Drive  Gibsons landing  iertmlct Instruction  Workshops  Eagles & Whales  GALLERY  Sunshine    J?  ��� Frames        J"  ��� Posters     y    ��� Princess  ��� Prints   Jf    Louisa Cruises  ��� Cards J ��� Depart tOam  *'     ��� Fishing Charters  y  &   From $15 per hour  30 boats  116*1341 j4 n,  SUNSHINE COAST  TOURS  ������.-.���--������:���.-."���- - ��� V '^���reLMea^Lle; y.r.1 Coast News, September 17,1990  RAMMA'S;  PUB   K  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  uockstoe  phar&naqy  441 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-8158  SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: weekdays to 7.00 Pm  * Provincial  fl  Your full line  extBA  ���XPR���SS  il  with something  Enter with?  iAny Non-Winning Online Ticket;  (649, Lotto B.C., Express or B.C. Keno)  Each Week we will draw for a  Lunch at the Mariners' Restaurant  (value to J10.00)  649  THURSDA Y IS SENIORS' DA Y  Save 10%  Includes  Sale  Items  With Gold Care Card  Except Prescriptions and Lottery Tickets  --  =3,  0  0  0  ���"^L***-  \y  2 Drawer Metal  File Cabinets  Reg. 99.99  Sale 49.99  WUWWWW  NEW: at  ��7��   ��� STYUS OF LACE J  WlWj  . BASKETS i  "'   . POTPOURRI 5  IARS J  ��� PEWTER 5  FRAMES %  Great Pric�� C  e   ',   e * "I  .1 ..^3    Great Selection   c  ^ij That C  Won't Last Long! 5  5 ACCENTS...  I C-O-U-N-T-R-Y  Gift Store  Gibsons Landing  <ef 886-92B8  m,  . "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" '/  -M*l%*WA%WAV  oooooooooooooooo  Cafe & Confectionery  886-7522  ��� Soup ��� Sandwiches ��� Salads ���  ��� Quiche ��� Muffins ��� Tarts ���  ��� Cinnamon Buns * Tea ���  ��� Murchie's Coffee ��� Ice Cream ���  ��� Candy a Chocolares! ���  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  "Homemade Daily"  Eat-In or Take-Out  i AM ��� 6 PM Mon.-Thur.&Sun.  ) AM ��� 9 PM Fri.&Sat.  Gibsons Landing  STONE  WASHED  DEMMJEANS  24,  99  'EACH  Exclusive to Work World. Straight lag cut Inns,  5 pocket styling. 14 oz. ��� 100% cotton dtnlm  Stonewash denim ��� blue or black. Men's sizes ���  waist 30-38, leg 30-36  Ladles'leans leatures clean bsck. 2 front  pockets, zipper fly. Sizes 26-34.  e-WORKWEN?  /1KWQRLD  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Outdoor Apparel  ��� Binoculars  GIBSONS  marina  Bo�� 1520. Gibsons, B.C  What'  to do  Find out all the places to  see and things to do,  when it's happening and  how to get there with  SOUNDINGS  ON SALE AT  Tourist booths,  newstands &  THE COAST NEWS  Spray Cleaner  Fantastik  950ml 2.77  Ritz or Triscuit Bits  Christie  250a 1.89  YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD DRUG STORE  ;,V    ''  GORDON MUNRO  ��� Fine Art  ��� Pottery  ��� Cards  ��� Posters  ��� Art Supplies  ��� Blown Glass  iShow Piece Gallery  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing  GALLERY  886-9213  M  GIBSONS UNDIN(;  FRAMING  886-9215  ,~~vj  mmimm Coast News, September 17,1990  Roberts    Creek  : "Sooler Man" swooped down Into the streets of Sechell list week  '���'.as part of a promotional gimmick. Obviously Denise Olsson and  '.her twins enjoyed making his aquaintance.      -Ruth Formier photo  '.    ^T^TS^Iieria^ourUi^QiontfiWetsrTstWM  ttik Roberts Creek  *s      LEGION  Branch 219  +  Many Thanks J  to the Roberts Creek       3*^"  Volunteer Fire Department  for the beautiful paint job! f  l^jm TOWN OF GIBSONS  [ >5>J      CALL FOR  PROPOSALS  The Town of Gibsons will consider proposals for the  use of the "Old Firehall" at 356 Gower Point Road.  Those submitting proposals should be aware that:  1. the building requires upgrading to National  Building Code standards appropriate to the proposed use (currently estimated to cost $45,000  for retail use);  2. appropriate liability insurance will be required;  3. all bylaw requirements must be met including  parking requirement;  4. the site is currently zoned Public Administration,  and uses not allowed under that zoning would be  subject to regular rezoning procedures; and  5. the Council will not consider subsidizing any  deemed commercial venture.  Proposals must include:  1. details of proposed use;  2. rental amount and duration;  3. evidence of financial ability to complete building  repairs and construct any necessary additional  parking; and  4. a scale drawing of the site, building and parking.  Proposals should be submitted not later than 4:30  p.m., October 10,1990, to:  Rob Buchan, Planner  Town of Gibsons  P.O. Box 340  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  Changes at school  by Bev Cranston, 8M-2215  Roberts Creek Elementary is  going to receive some change  this year and that is a promise  from the provincial government  and the local school board. Yes,  there is another portable on the  grounds but the architects are  really working hard to come up  with plans that will suit Ihe  school and everyone in it.  Meetings will begin soon between parents, teachers and the  school board to discuss and  then vote on enlargement plans  for the school.  Building will definitely begin  this year (1990). Close to SI  million has been allotted for  these plans. The school playing  field will not be redone this  year.  Apparently only one playfield  on the Coast per year will  receive a total overhaul. This  year it was Sechelt Elementary's  Held that got the facelift.  Roberts Creek Elementary is on  the list somewhere, but is not  next in line. According to Principal Stewart Hercus "Believe it  or not, there are fields worse  than ours."  This school year, there are  285 pupils attending, up 16  from last year and the new  pupils are spread throughout  the grades. Welcome to all of  you and your families from the  Roberts Creek community.  Principal Hercus would like  to welcome new teachers Carol  Graham (early primary),  George Ritchie (Grade 4) and a  special congratulations to Jeff  Marus, new teacher half-time in  Grade 4, who we all remember  as a very popular teacher aide,  Egmont  News  Smorgasbord  who  now  lias  his  teaching  degree. Welcome back!  New aides, now called 'speeci-  al education teacher assistants'  are Marion Jolicoeur and  Shirley Burton.  Parking is still tight at the  school, but this is a problem we  are going to have to keep on  dealing with. There is an extra  bus this year, for a total of five.  All teachers participated in  three days of non-instruction  before school opened dealing in  the subject of 'conflict resolution', in other words, how to  help the Grade 6 and 7 students  lo deal with peer problems and  what to expect in high school.  Principal Hercus felt it was a  very beneficial program.  A reminder that parents in  Roberts Creek who ate involving their children in Home  Schooling must register their  children between the ages of 7  and 13 at Roberts Creek  Elementary.  All the teachers would like to  thank custodian Janine Hough  ton for the great job she did on  cleaning the school and getting  it super spiffy for the new year.  And please watch out folks,  for all the kids walking, riding  and biking to school, and keep  those helmets on.  BASKETBALL  Adults, if you are interested  in playing co-ed basketball Sundays this fall, come on out to  the Roberts Creek Elementary  gym this Sunday, September 23  at 10:30 am and sign up.  Because the gym must be  bookesd and paid for in advance, this year the organizers  are asking that players register  and pay for the 11 sessions ($33)  ahead of time.  For further information call  Dan Kingsbury at 886-4535.  RAINBOW PRESCHOOL  There are a few spaces still  available at Rainbow Preschool. To register call  885-9333.  KNITTERS We Carry  pv  W  u��i  PATTERNS & NOTIONS  Just for you   ^/^:^  t-ASHiPN BOL'TlQL'E       (.eilison>e Landing   886-2470  B.C. Liberal Leader, Gordon Wilson (right)  welcomes the Honourable Clyde Wells,  Premier of Newfoundland lo the Sunshine Coasl  When the Prime Minister and premiers were dividing our  country, Clyde Wells alone, stood firm for Canada.  When British Columbians wanted their voice heard, Gordon Wilson, alone, came forward and served.  You are invited to hear the Honourable Clyde Wells, introduced by Mr. Gordon Wilson, share his vision of  Canada, Monday, September 24 at Rockwood Centre  Pavllicn at 7:30 pm.  Tickets:  Gibsons - Gibsons Pharmasave      Htlfmoon Bay ��� B&J Store  Roberts Creek - Seaview Market    Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Sechell ��� Talewind Books and Paper Mill  Footprints For information call 885-2239  ��� ���J^aMe'eim*^  ���%v,v        ���'��������  IIBERAL  Catch the Spirit of Change  by Ann Cook, 883-9911  The   Egmont   Community  Club invites one and all to a  smorgasbord in celebration of  the Autumn Equinox on Satur- .  day, September 22.  We Ijaven't had a smorg fof%  awhile, so I will remind you of j  the treat. Ham, turkey, salads,  casseroles, homemade buns and  desserts,  fried rice, scalloped  potatoes and all at that same  fair price.  WALKATHON  Egmont Lions are organizing  the Saturday, September 29  Walkathon at the Skookumchuck Park trail, so get your  form for pledges at The Paper  Mill or from any of the Egmont  Lions.  Fill it with your sponsors,  who will be pleased to hear all  proceeds go to the Jaws of Life  for the Pender Harbour  Volunteer Fire Department.  PAT ON THE BACK  To everyone who is even  thinking of doing the Walkathon or making a pledge for the  Jaws of Life.  NEWS FLASH  "The Nurse' will hold a  'clinic' in Egmont on Wednesday, September 19 at 2:30 pm at  the school building in the library  room.  LEADER  FURNITURE LAND:  A WAREHOUSE OF  HOUSEHOLD DELIGHTS,  I  With the largest selection on the SECHELT PENINSULA  as well as the ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST.  Be it a piece for your Living Room, Dining Room, Bedroom,  Kitchen, Utility Room ��� or Hi Tech Audio/Visual Equipment  it's available at  SECHELT^ Sunshine  Furniture Land j~r  OPEN FRIDAY TIL 9 PM ���  BEST PRICES1 BEST SELECTION' BEST QUALITY' BEST SERVICE'  DISTRICT OF SECHELT  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  NOTICE OF REFERENDUM  A Memorandum of Understanding between the Corporation of the District of  Sechelt and the Senior Citizens' Association of B.C., Sechelt Branch #69 has been  drafted and will form the nucleus of a lease agreement should the referendum as  to whether the Seniors' Activity Centre be allowed to locate of Block 7, pass.  The Memorandum of Understanding is as follows:  1. The District will allocate a specified parcel of land for lease to the Senior  Citizens' Association of a size not to exceed 14,000 square feet for the construction of a building, for a term of 99 (ninety-nine) years, for the consideration of $1.00 (one dollar) per year, paid in advance (The actual net cost of the  land to the community is $14,000. The appraised value of the land is $49,000.).  2. The building will be constructed and designed to be compatible with other  civic buildings built on Block 7;  3. The Seniors' Association shall have sole control, maintain, and be responsible for utility and other like charges;  4. The Seniors' Association shall make the hall or auditorium available for use  by other community, non-profit or charitable organizations. For the use of this  facility a nominal fee would be charged, to offset operating expenses. The  other amenities will be available to Association members only, recognizing  that there are no restrictions on membership.  5. The Seniors' Association shall pay the District of Sechelt the sum of  $25,000.00 (twenty-five thousand dollars) at the commencement of construe-'  tion of the facility, as a contribution to the cost of off-site services. The cost  of maintaining and upgrading said site-services to be borne by the Municipality. The District will provide services such as, sewage, water, Hydro and  telephone to the site as required.  6. Any lease between the two parties shall contain a proviso for re-entry by the  lessor on failure to pay rent or to observe the covenants contained in it; and  shall contain a prohibition against subletting without the approval of Council.  7. This Memorandum of Understanding will be for a term of 3 (three) years, dated  from the date of an affirmative referendum (referred to above), at the expiration of three years, if construction has not commenced and financing to completion assured, then this Agreement will terminate.  Take notice that the above is the Memorandum of Understanding on which the  vote of the electors of the Municipality will be taken at the Advance Polls which  will be held at the Municipal Office on:  1) Wednesday, September 19th, 1990, between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.;  2) Saturday, September 22nd, 1990, between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.;  3) Wednesday, September 26th, 1990, between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,  and on Polling Day to be held at the  1)    Municipal Oflice, on Saturday, September 29th, 1990 between 8:00 a.m. and  8:00 p.m.;  21    West Sechelt Elementary School, on Saturday, September 29th, 1990 between  8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.;  3)    Davit Bay Elementary School, on Saturday, September 29th, 1990 between  8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.;  A Mobile POLL will be conducted on Saturday, September 29th, 1990 at the following locations at the time Indicated:  1) "Shorncliffe" Intermediate Care Facility - 9:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m.  2) "Greenecourt" Senior Citizens' Housing facility -10:15 a.m. -11:15 a.m.  3) St. Mary's Hospital -11:30 a.m. ��� 12:30 p.m.  And take notice that the Memorandum of Understanding may be inspected at the  following places and times, namely the Municipal Office, 5545 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt, B.C. during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, excluding  holidays, during the normal hours of business, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  The question on the ballot shall read:  "Aft you In favour of tht Senior Citizens' Association of B.C., Sechelt Branch #69,  constructing an Activity Centre on Block 7, In accordance with the Memorandum  of Understanding, at approved by tht District of Sechelt Council?"     Yet or No  J.M.A. Shanks  Returning Officer  Dated at Sechelt this 7th day of September 1990. H.tlfmoon B.iy H��tp|)onin<)s  Coast News, September 17,1990  .PASTIMES  VFD luau roasts neighbours  by Ruth Forrester  Last Saturday the Halfmoon  Bay Volunteer Fire Department  played host to all the fire  departments on the Sunshine  Coast at Coopers Green. A  large flatdeck was hauled in for  use as a stage for the band. The  barbecue pit was set alight for  the roasting of a pig, coloured  lights were set up and torches lit  throughout the grounds, all  providing the atmosphere for  the planned Hawaiian evening.  Gradually the participants arrived dressed in Hawaiian outfits and everything looked good  for a wonderful menu of food  and drink and a pleasant social  evening.  Things seemed to go fine until the arrival of the band. The  music started at around 8:30  pm. Of course it was loud, but  not unreasonably so. Until the  chant could be heard from the  crowd shouting "Louder,  louder!" Naturally, the fellows  who were hired to play obliged  by boosting the sound so loud  that it could be heard through  the whole bay.  I speak of this on behalf of  those residents who made phone  calls and comments of outrage  that this type of noise pollution  was totally out of line. It continued until one in the morning  when someone apparently  phoned the RCMP who came  out and put a stop to it. What a  relief, otherwise it may have  gone on all night.  Throughout the evening  those who live close by were  unable to get the volume of the  TV loud enough to hear the  programs and had to abandon  an evening of watching while  the vibrations could be felt  throughout the houses.  Now it seems to this writer  that I, together with our local  people, have always given our  full support and appreciation to  our firemen in their fundraising  endeavours such as their garage  sale and food outlets at the  Davis Bay  News it Views  Public  hearing  by Lauralee Soil!, 885-5212 "  At the Wilson Creek Hall in  Davis Bay on Tuesday, September 25 at 7 pm, before a regular  District of Sechelt meeting,  there will be a Public Hearing  regarding the proposed Davis  Bay Motel.  LIBRARY NEWS  If you are finding you might  have time to get back to  reading, we have purchased  about a dozen books this summer. A Chilling Rain in January  by L.R. Wright, The Evening  News by Arthur Halley, Head  first ��� The Biology of Hope and  several non-fiction books. See  you at the library, Fridays noon  to 4 pm and Saturdays 1 to 4  pm.  NOTHING TO DO?  "There's nothing to do  around here." If that's a common complaint around your  house, the Pioneer Club at the  Sunshine Coast Gospel Church  on Davis Bay Road can help.  Every Thursday from 7 to  8:30 pm starting Septembr 27,  boys and girls find plenty of fun  activities at Pioneer Club. All  children ages four and up are  welcome. There will even be a  youth group called Challengers.  For more information call  Reverend   E.   Peters   al   the  church office at 885-7760.  COMING SEPT EMBER 23RO  Caught, a film from Billy  Graham's World Wide Pictures  will be shown at 7 pm on Sunday, September 23 at the Sunshine Coast Gospel Church in  Davis Bay. This is a true-to-life  dramatic story, warm, with  many moments of humour,  which shows how one caring  person can have an immeasurable impact on the life of  another lonely, disillusioned,  desperate person.  The public is cordially invited  to attend this showing.  GREAT-GRANDCHILD  Congratulations to George  and Joan Newsham of Davis  Bay on the birth of their first  great-grandchild, Alexandria  Blaire Carissa Wells, weighing  seven pounds, two ounces, born  at 4:35 am on September 11.  Congratulations to parents  Stephanie and Gordon, and  grandmother Georgina Sager.  country fair, etc. We do so  because we fed that tht-y are a  community minded group who  annually put on the Hallowe'en  fireworks and goodies for the  kids.  It is unfortunately that, this  time, they blew it. It didn't seem  to matter that they wt*re offending the whole neighbourhood  and that there were people close  by who were ill and unable to  sleep. In actual fact, the whole  affair had all the symptoms of a  'don't give a damn' attitude.  Coopers Grem Park was not  obtained for the exclusive use of  the fire departntent for their  sodal events, nor for any other  exclusive group. It is for all of  us to enjoy.  It may have made for one hell  of a party for our local firemen  and their invited guests, but it  didn't do much to gain the admiration or good fwlings of the  general population. And this is  a .great pity.  PARK MEETING  There was a very good turnout at the Halfmoon Bay  School hut Monday when Area  B Director Peggy Connor  chaired a mrxting of those interested in the future plus for  our local parks.  Most of those present were  pleased and surprised to learn  of the number of areas obtained  by the SCRD for park purposes, pieces of land which  might otherwise be taken over  for development and lost  forever for the residents and  visitors to enjoy.  There was lots of input and  suggestions from the floor, all  of which would improve facil  ities at the present parks, but all  of which cost more money than  that available with the present  budget. It was pointed out  however, that there are grants  available for these projects provided that it is proven that  volunteer and sponsored  workers are willing to help out.  Many of those present en-  pressed their willingness to get  involve and will do so under  the wings of the present Halfmoon Bay Rrcreation .Society.  A meeting with this group is  scheduled for later this month,  date to be announced.  More good news was that the  rumour of the filling in of the  lagoon across from Coopers  Green was put to rest. There are  no such plans on the agenda.  AT WELCOME BEACH  Bridge afternoons are already  underway on the first and third  Fridays of each month at 1 pm.  Also at 1 pm on the second and  fourth Fridays there will be  Cards for Fun. Please call Olive  at 885-2378 for particulars.  Shuffleboard will be starting  up soon too. Contact Hersey  Sewell at 885-3130 or the  Grimseys at 885-9860 for the  new lists.  And don't forget to come  along to the Pub Night on  Saturday, September 29 at 8 pm  to enjoy darts, shuffleboard,  sing-along, horse racing and tht  usual great food. Cost is onl)  $2.50 at the door.  TOY STORE,  Next lo Talewind Books 885*9309  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council's  Seventh Annual Series of  Countrws*^--  Full Subscriptions are still available.  Concert # I Vancouver Chamber Choir  Concert #2 Arthur Rowe, pianist  Concert #3 Vetta String Quartet  Concert #4 Vancouver Symphony Trio  Concert #5 Sooke Ensemble  ALL FIVE CONCERTS FOR ONLY $50  Single concert tickets to the  VANCOUVER CHAMBER CHOIR concert  of Sunday, September 23rd. are available. $12.50 each  FOR RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION  please call 886-2324.  We gracefully acknowledge che financial euppeert of  Shop+Easy  SECHELT  and the Government of British Columbia  One of the celebrants at the controversial Coopers Green Luau  held recently. 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WCB FILMS AND POSTERS SECTION  P.O. Boa 5J50. Vancouver, B.C. V6B SL5  WORKERS'  COfTlPENSATION  BQARDffiSX  EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO A SAFER WORKPLACE  -���   -��� -     - ���  . .. .. .. ���1- msaataa ��� 10.  Coast News, September 17,1990  i  I L\l If IVX"  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  j:  OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY  Sept. 23, 2:00 - 4:00  1632 YMCA Rd. Langdale $129,500  Bill Howe, 885-4656  Immaculate rancher in quiel area, close to ferry and schools Living  room has (place, huge kitchen, 3 bdrms, l'/a baths (ensuite), den with  woodstove.  1556 Islandview Drive, Gibsons $158,500  Lite Wiggins, 886-8206  Three bedroom, two both rancher In Woodcreek Park. Open family,  kitchen and eating area. Sunken living room, built In vac, double garage  and more  6314 Hwy. 101, Wert Sechelt ��164,900  Gary McCluskle, 885-9512  BETTER HOMES & GARDENS WOULD LIKE THIS ONE! Modern  contemporary in excellent condition. 3 Bedrooms, outdoor hot tub.  ��^_J!  125 Wharf Rd., Langdale $157*500  Rob Jardine, 885-9044  COMMUTER SPECIAL! Quality Lindal cedar style home with beautiful  view. Attached solarium, fireplace, pine accents. Large lot with  southern exposure.  3658 Beach Ave., Roberts Creek 1189,900  Lindsay Beynon, 886-9339  Over Vz an acre on popular Beach Avenue in Roberts Creek. Close to  beach. This custom designed home has been lovingly finished with the  finest materials.  6434 Norvan Rd., West Sechelt $129,900  Ruth Moore, 885-2432  Neighbourhood pride is reflected in this large, 2 bedroom rancher.  Separate living room, formal dining room, cozy family room,  woodstove, fireplace, double garage and well landscaped.  514 King Rd., Gibsons $137,000  Clay Carby, 886-8673  This brand new home currently under construction on King Road  features 3 bdrms up. 2 down. 2 full baths, kitchen with nook, f.p. In living room and rec room.  . a ~mrV$a\L}LJZ  j  1455 Henderson Rd., Roberts Creek $ 124,000  Suzanne Dunkerton, 886-8317  Totally renovated and upgraded - skylight, airtight woodstove - new  carpets, plumbing, wiring, reinsulated. Top of the line hot tub on large  private deck.    _____  $99,900  5685 Creekside Place, West Sechelt  Patty Kraft, 885-4719  3 Bedroom rancher features full ensuite, skylights, floor to ceiling stone  faced fireplace, storage space, tastefully decorated, quality flooring.  810 North Rd., Gibsons $67,500  Laurella Hay, 886-9683  Affordable living and centrally located. Two bedroom, lVa bath  townhouse with fireplace, 5 appliances and attached carport. Patio and  some yard.  1005 Metcalfe Rd., Roberts Creek $139,000  Ken Goddard, 886-7172  Three bedroom, IV2 bath full basement home. Two fireplaces, deck  and patio with Southern exposure, landscaped yard, carport. Close to  transportation.    7848 Fawn Rd., Halfmoon Bay $143,000  Sue Roberts, 886-8040  Beautiful deluxe 9 year old rancher in tip top condition, There's lots of  room to roam in this 1650 sq. ft. rancher located on almost >/2 an acre  of landscaped yard.   780 Creekside Crescent, Gibsons $139,000  Ronaye Ryon, 886-8590  Split level in Creekside. V/i baths, 3 bedrooms, den, fireplace. Two  blocks to schooli and shopping. Large addition with sauna and in  ground hot tub.  5017 Greer Rd., Selma Park $139,900  Barbara McFee, 886-2917  1900 Sq. ft. rancher ��� 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces. Private  setting In a nice neighbourhood.  8536 Redrooffs Rd., Halfmoon Bay $159,000  Carolyne Breadner, 885-9029  1650 Sq. ft split level home on private 1.16 acre with ocean view. Has  family room, fireplace, workshop, etc.  'r   !  -  J  1 i  ,! 1  *   1  I_  $67,500  745 Tricklebrook Way, Gibsons  Kathi Webster, 886-9157  This mobile is in excellent condition with new floor coverings, it has two  bedrooms and the yard is totally landscaped in lawn and shrubs. .Large  sundeck.  5685 Radcllffe Rd., Selma Park $165,000  Marg Berry, 886-7081  Spanish villa with a view. White stucco, wrought iron and red tile compliment this large family home.  4107 Francis Peninsula Rd., Pender Harbour $219,000  Teresa Sladey, 883-2233  WATERFRONT HOME 81 GUEST COTTAGE in Pender Harbour.  Spectacular views and sunsets.  1549 Ocean Beach Esplanade, Gibsons $310,000  Lynda Chamberlin, 886-7352  ONE OF A KIND ��� WATERFRONT! 2 Bedrooms, lull basement, level  low bank.  5409 Derby Rd., West Sechelt $115,000  Kelly Therien. 885-5516  LOVE WOOD? Gracious panabode rancher has separate dining room,  large vaulted living room, fireplace. 2 bedrooms, sundeck, double  garage and workshop. All fenced and nicely landscaped.  4731 Sinclair Bay Rd., Garden Bay $122,000  Rob Gill, 885-5454  2 Storey, 4 bedroom immaculate home on easy care view lot. Double-  car garage and satellite dish. Walk to Duncan Cove Resort.  GIBSONS  GEORGIA MIRAGE TOWNHOUSES  2:00 ��� 4:00  554 Eaglecrest Drive, Gibsons  $111,000 to $189,500  Beth Pate   886-8380  Tom Turner   886-2530  Gorgeous view from this unique condominium project built  on nearly 9 acres. Project features a 9 hole Pitch & Putt and a    spacious social building.  SECHELT  HIGHPOINT CONDOMINIUMS  RHR]  ���i^nSmmA\w="]  rc^"|si^Jijagg  I        Ml    j ��� ���" "   J    Itt-l ��� ��� ff.naae     -    -.   -   *ggly  e.__3 .ifeSr^r^���^  K^BaBl'iil~':mV iT2--2^^'-- -"- r  1:00-4:00  5630 Trail Avenue, Sechelt  $105,000 to $139,500  Janette Gordon 885-3247  Ross Howe   883-9423  Deluxe, adult oriented condominiums in the heart of  Sechelt Village. 1 & 2 Bedroom suites.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE ABOVE SALESPEOPLE or:  CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD.  SB49 WHARF AVENUE, SECHELT  or toll free  -��� -�� ���*��� -*'������ Sechelt Seniors  Keeping fit for life  Construction workers move concrete forms as Ihe road to Egmont  C0lrtlnuM- -Ann Cook pholo  Pender Patter  Ten Good Reasons to Join  the Active Seniors  1. More efficient bloeod circulation and breathing; improved muscle function.  2. Improved digestion; less  constipation.  3. Stronger bones; more supple joints.  4. Attractive appearance and  control of body weight.  5. More energy and pep.  6. Increased confidence and  well-ebeing.  7. Opportunities for socialization and friendship.  8. Improved mobility; less  chance of falls or accidents.  9. Continuing independence.  10. Increased fun and enjoyment.  If you would like a copy of  the exercises send a self-  addressed, stamped envelope to  me at Box 564, Sechelt, BC  VON 3A0. Again, check with  your doctor.  Sadness at the end  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9099  Although I expect there's a  story elsewhere in the Coast  News about it this week, the big  news is about the Pender Harbour Credit Union (PHCU): its  existence has ended.  It will soon be another  branch of the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union (SCCU), as decided by a vote at a special general  meeting held Ubt Wednesday  evening. Of the approximately  160 members who attended the  meeting, only 30 opposed the  transaction (a buy/sell agreement which transfers all PHCU  shares to the SCCU).  The PHCU was established  more than 40 years ago with  start-up deposits coming from a  couple of local commercial  fishermen. The first office was  Sechelt  Scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  Boy, this week is going to be  a busy one for some people.  The District of Sechelt Concerned Citizens Association general  meeting will be Wednesday,  September 19 at 7:30 in  Greenecourt Hall. Everyone is  welcome.  Catholic Women's league  monthly meeting is also on  Wednesday, September 19 at  7:30 pm in Holy Family Hall.  This is a change of meeting  date, so please take note.  Shornecliff Auxiliary monthly meeting is Thursday,  September 20 at 1:30 pm in the  board room. This is a change of  meeting day for this month only.  Clyde Wells, Premier of  Newfoundland will be visiting  Sechelt on Monday, September  24. He will be at Rockwood  Centre Pavilion at 7:30 pm. For  more information call 885-2239.  TICKETS  Tickets are now on sale at the  Paper Mill for: Pender Harbour  Lions Club Ladies Diamond  Night on October 13. Newfoundland Premier Clyde Wells  at Rockwood on September 23  & Pender Harbour Volunteer  Firemen's Ball on September  22.  HOLIDAY TIME  September is holiday time for  me, so I'll be away for a few  days. If there is anything you  want to put in this column,  Ruth Forrester says she will be  happy to lake your calls. You  can get in touch wiht her at Ihe  Coast News office in Sechelt.  BIRTHDAY WISHES  Happy birthday wishes go  oul to Rob Almond on the 26.  Rob is a young friend of ours  who lives up in Hotham Sound.  Have a great day, Rob!  CORRECTION  The phone number for the  Sechelt Pre-school in least week's  column was wrong. The correct  number is 885-3515.  Show of  craftwork  at Contra  The proliferation of quality  craftwork being done on this  Coast in went years has prompted The Arts Centre to  schedule its first juriesd craft  (how in seven years.  Don't miss this show, which  is on display until October 7.  in Irvine's Landing and the  credit union later moved into  the building now occupied by  the Bargain Barn in Madeira  Park.  A former teller recalls that all  transactions were recorded using only those "old fashioned"  tools, pen and paper. No one  imagined computers in Pender  Harbour, or bank machines.  The PHCU simply provided a  service to its members.  Wednesday night ended a  chapter in the history of Pender  Harbour and started a new one  in the development of the Sunshine Coast. 1 would be disappointed to think that those who  voted in favour of giving up our  independent little credit union  could do so without a touch of  sadness.  GOOD NEWS  Last week I asked for some  non-controversial, positive  reports on activities in Pender  Harbour. The response was not  overwhelming, but here's an interesting note from the Pender  Harbour Aquatic Society director, Marie Bison-Montpetit:  Last Tuesday evening about  8:30 as she was driving towards  Garden Bay Road from the  pool, Marie saw a "quite large"  meteorite enter the atmosphere.  Marie points out that she studied astronomy in university, so  was sure that what she was was  what she thought she saw.  Wellness and Exercise Classes  will resume Monday, September  10 at 11 am at the Seniors' Hall.  Evans Hermon is with us again  this year. Phone 885-2383 or  885-7917 for additional information.  If you are planning on attending the regional council  meeting and luncheon, phone  Tom Bitting at 885-2461. It's on  September 12 and be there to  welcome our guests about 11:30  am.  Crafts and pompoms are  already in operation at 9:30 am  Thursday mornings.  Social Bingo will start on  September 13 at 1:30 pm and  the schedule is the second and  fourth Thursdays.  Oil painting begins on  Wednesday, September 19. Any  style of oil painting is available.  Beginners, bring your table  covers, paints, canvas and  cleaning rags. Time is 1 to 5 pm.  Social Bridge begins on  Saturday, September 15 at 1  pm, coffee will be served.  Mary Bannerman needs to  have committee chairman  phone her, 885-9562,  Aggravation will still be on  the second and fourth Tuesday  of every month. First meeting is  September 18 at 1:30 pm.  The plant sale is scheduled  for September 22 at 11 am.  We want to welcome all  members new and old to Seniors' Branch 69. We hope to see  you at any time. Our first  general meeting this fall is  September 20 at 1:30 pm.  Coast News, September 17,1990  11.  CHIMNEY FIRE!  A serious chimney  firs can ruin the  soundist of chlmniyt.  Choosing i Quality  chimney service to  perform regular  cleaning and  Inspections Is tho best  protection against this  potential disaster.  ��� CWEI Certified  ��� WETT Certified  ��� Licenced  ��� Insured  Coast Chimney Service  Damn 886-8554  - 0 ���  -leW  A Fresh Face for Fall  Put moisture back into  Summer skin  EUROPEAN FACIAL $30  ALSO: Eyelash Tinting, Eyebrow  Shaping, Facial Waxing, Make-up Application  Make-up And Skin Care Products  by Yvon Bourgeois and lsabelle Lancray  COMPLIMENTARY  MAKE-UP APPLICATION  with any make-up purchase  COAS   S53IWhtrlSt.,Sechelt Dae -mm,  Caliano Mini Mall 0B5-717*  hyimart  licensed lathetjcieo  United  Tb Serve You  Better  Sunshine Coast Credit Union and  Pender Harbour Credit Union Merge  The Sunshine Coast now offers you a stronger  credit union base with three branches to serve  you north to south. So whether you're in Pender  Harbour, Sechelt or Gibsons, you'll have easy  access to your finances. In fact, all the financial  services you'll ever need are available right here  at home on the Sunshine Coast.  ���Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Sechelt 885-3255  Gibsons 886-8121  Pender Harbour 883-9531  !  SHOPPING  BEAVER ISLAND  GROCERY & CAFE  883-8108  Breakfasts ��� Lunch Specials  Pizzas ��� Subs * Movie Rentals  883-9551  Building  Supplies  HQME/.1LL  BUILDING CENTRE  Enjoy a Day of Business. Leisure  and Shopping in  VENICE NORTH  {Pender Harbour Has.  yiUmt  Tom Toolery Ltd.  Sales, Service & Rentals  883-9114  CONTRACTORS  BUSHWACKERS  Trimming, Mowing. Pruning  Property Management V|/  Light Landscaping    -* ���  883-2142  SPECTRUM CONTRACTING!  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Jerry Netzlaw Phillip Netilaw  885-9341 885-4801  J.P.FORM RENTALSl  Rt'iitals & Construction  883-9046  CENTRE HARDWARE  hardware  housewares  tackle  paint  883-991��T  <��  0<  FOODLINER  Che*  ftye<  .Jxenmar lur  lenmar 'JJrapenes  A NltlllK KAII SUPPLIES  883-2274  Sechelt  SHOE REPAIR  and Salss  There Is a drop-off  at Ihe Paper Mill, Madeira Park  MARINE    SERVICES  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Lexated at Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  HEADWATER MARINA ltd  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  & Year-Round Moorage  883-2406  OPEN NOON TIL DUSK EVERY DAY!  'QXI0Or\y a funk)  *-?- art shop,  oruuwns  883-2429  Jl MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  J  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am - 8 pm  Pub. Walejrli'eeeH le  Garden Bay  Hotel  Waturlrunl KoflLaiiiMiil. Moorage. Air  Charters. Platting Charters. Bike Rentals  883-8674 Pub  883*9919 Restaurant  Dining worn loungt ll-.*-.  and sundeck open jl^**xll1C.  It 00 am  Fully licenced wilh  draught beet on lap  Catering Available  Galjery  A. Ilea Panda. Haeboeee Holal  B.ean Scleaelee. Mqe 883-2425  Pender Harbour  Restaurant  t .en.iili.iie t. Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HUGH W. IONES  Lawyer  881-9525  t>A��  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  8839531  Pender Harbour  Really Ltd.  881-9525  I w 883-9524  Marina  HUM SHOPPING  7 Days a Week  All Chevron Product;.  883-2253  J**r* aWOBO PROCESSING  Batter -accounting  WmT... 'Tht SERVICE  Mill -PHOTOCOPYING  M*-H11 "ANSWERING SERVICE  RECREATION  PENDER HARBOUR  GOIF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  Vi M. North of Garden Bay Rcl.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  legion - Branch 112  i      PENDER HARBOUR  ��� LEGION  ��  Members & Guesls  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  JW�� RESORT  BOAT RENTALS  AUTOMOTIVE  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  COMPLETE  GARDEN  CENTRE  OPEN 7 DAYS -A WEEK  NURSERY  9:30 ,im   6:00 pm 883-9183  (oast  IVeTt  estern Airlines Ltd.  loi reservations/information on  daily scheduled flights & charters  cell 885-4711 (Sunihlne Coitt)  684-8768 (Vancouver)  MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE HOMES  New end Used ��� Instant Housing  883-9338 or 980-4321 (call collect)  Seahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  Roofing  863-9303   emtjQlc  To" ��� Grft-tl, Shah**, Shlngl*-,.  flWl Rood, Torch On. Duioldi  Peninsula Power &.  Cable Ltd.  He��le & lem Veeleaar Pneepr I iiec  OeeedeN). Suh SlalH.ee,  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  a\ Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  HAIRDRESSERS  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  REFLECTIONS  Hair Studio  For appointment call 813-2545  AIR  883-24561  Shop locally: Support your friends & neighbours.  )  jg 12. Coast News, September 17,1990  On from Toronto  Diary of a Vintage Car endurance trek  by Ed Laidlaw  Day 36. Left Toronto for Ivy  Lea via an old car auto wrecker  in Milford. He had a lol of cars  of the 40's and 50's but not loo  much older tin. Arrived at Gan-  anaque and took the 1000 island  tour by boat. Incidentally this is  the area that the famous salad  dressing was named after. Had  to go back to Kingston for  trailer tires behind the Chev and  a new brake switch for the  Plymouth.  Day 38. Off to Ottawa.  When we arrived at the campsite we were attended by a most  unusual woman. She allocated  us our sites with some difficulty  as she had left her glasses at  home. I went back to the offire  for information on how the  parking was near (he parliament  buildings and how to get there.  Was told not too much parking  and should take public transportation. About how to get to  the parliament buildings she  criticized my reading of the map  j^MIM(Mi!MfMMlMlil3l  of the city (might add she  couldn't see the blasted map).  Made a third trip to the office  to ask when and where we could  catch the bus, only to be greeted  with "Oh, it's you again, what  the hell do you want now?" On  returning to the campsite I vowed, never again, someone else  would have to go.  We did get to see the Changing of the Guard, wehich was  the first ceremony of 1990.  They were .all dressed in scarlet  tunics and black pants with fur  hats on their heads. We took a  tour of the parliament buildings  and were allowed to take all the  pictures we wanted except in the  library. We as Canadians can be  very proud of the setting in Ottawa, ll was most impressive.  We did use the bus transporta-  tion which was an experience we  all enjoyed. On leaving Ottawa  the Plymouth stopped cold on  the road. Richard found the  ground wire in the distributor  touching the points.  Day 41. We were now at the  Quebec border and Meech Lake  WALLS  I WEAR [  Mdtilitir 1  ",     ' .��  ROBERT HON I.y  INTERIORS  Decorators for fine Homes  885-4044  5639 Wharf Road, Sechelt  Tuesday ��� Friday 12-4 p.m.  ./*���=:;.  Now  la the Time  to Add to Your  Fall Wardrobe  for 1 Week Only  20%  OFF  885-2916   m-i-rn ctj nauvs  Store Hours       10   5  L - J     ��� ��� Mon. - Sat.  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE  OF TAX SALE  Public Notice Is hereby given that on October 1,1990  at 10:00 a.m. in the Council Chamber of the  Municipal Hall at 474 South Fletcher Road, the Collector will conduct the annual tax sale.  The following parcels will be offered for sale by  public auction if the delinquent taxes are not sooner  paid:  Folio Legal Description  238.000       Lot 35, Blk. F,  PI. 10362, D.L. 685  300.000       Lot 1, Blk. G,  PI. 7317, D.L. 685  732.000       Lot A, Blk. 2,  PI. 7910, D.L. 686  843.000       Lot 3, Blk. 6  PI. 4028, D.L. 686  855.000        Blk. 7, PI. 4038  D.L. 686  874.138       Lot 20, Blk. 4-6       808 Mountain View  PI. 17237, D.L. 688  874.250       Lot 76, Blk. 4-6  PI. 17237, D.L. 688  884.000       Lot 8 of 1, Blk. 7  PI. 7392, D.L. 688  970.000       Blk. 7, PI. 6755  D.L. 842  970.025       Blk. 6, PI. 6755  D.L. 842  997.000       Lot 12, Blk. D,H,J  PI. 3971, D.L. 686  Prospective purchasers are hereby advised that any  purchase of tax sale property will be subject to a property purchase tax on the fair market value of the  property at the time of the transfer of title.  (Mrs.) R. Lorraine Goddard  COLLECTOR  Street Address  Skyline Drive  284 Headlands Rd.  564 N. Fletcher Rd.  586 Highway 101  Fairy Glen Rd.  735 Cascade Cres.  684/686 North Rd.  Gower Pt. Rd.  Chaster Road  Water Lot  had just gone down the drain.  Undaunted we pressed on to  Montreal where we spent two  ���days. Took a bus tour of old  Montreal on Jew Baptiste Day.  We were most impressed by the  cleanliness of the city which all  the citizens are very proud of.  No paper on the streets after the  parade a half hour earlier and  no graffiti on any walls or  buildings.  Day 43. Off we went up  Highway 132 on the south side  of the St. Lawrence River,  through all the small towns  where we were warmly received.  Everyone would wave as we  went by. Most people outside  the major cities spoke only  French, of which we had limile*d  talent, limited to about four  words spoken poorly. I tried only once to order at an A&W using very limited French and ended up with a double order of  onion rings. At least we tried  and they appreciated it.  Day 44. On to Quebec City  where again we took bus tours,  really the best way to see  everything. They have tours in  French or English. There is so  much history in this city, and  the tour drivers are so knowledgeable, that it would be impossible to put it all down on paper.  We found the people of  Quebec most friendly and  helpful. Tourism is their  number one industry with  working for the government  number two.  Day 46. We then started our  way around the Gaspe Peninsula. Did run into some very  steep and long hills. Engine  temperatures to 200 degrees at  times. The hill down into Perce  Rock was the worst. Very little  warning before we started down  for 1 km at 17 per cent with a  sign at the bottom into town,  "Speed limit 50 km."  Don't know how 1 managed  to read that sign as we hurtled  into town at SS miles per hour.  Just about gassed Richard and  Helen with the smell of my hot  brakes. Stopped at a town called Bonaventure for the night  and to check the Plymouth  which had been missing and losing power. Turned out to be  faulty spark plug wires which  were replaced and all was well.  Day 50. Off into New Brunswick where Richard and Helen  were pulled over by a radio station car and made "Tourist of  the Day". Received all kinds of  goodies, a lot of which they  couldn't use as they were for  discounts at local stores in  Bathurst and we were just passing through. We took in  another car "Show and Shine"  in Moncton.  Day 51. We went over to  Prince Edward Island and  stayed for five days. Saw the  stage play in Charlottetown  'Anne of Grten Gables.' Had a  lobster dinner at New Glasgow.  Wells  to visit  Sechelt  Premier Clyde Wells of Newfoundland will be the guest of  BC Liberal Leader, Gordon  Wilson, on September 24 in  Sechelt. The visit to the Sunshine Coast was arranged by  Wilson when he travelled to Mr.  Well's Bay of Islands riding in  Newfoundland in June to consult on the Meech Lake Accord.  Mr Wells will address local  residents at an open meeting  commencing at 7:30 pm at  Rockwood Centre Pavilion.  An informal reception will  follow where people will have  an opportunity to meet with  Mr. Wells and his wife.  Tickets are available at Gibsons Pharmasave, Seaview  Market, Talewind Books, Footprints, B&J Store and the  Pender Harbour Papermill.  Price of admission is $5.00.  Portable  TOllCt  Rents s  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  AIm:  Septic Tank Pumping  Bonnitbrook  Induttrltt  ���80-7064  We left the girls to do shopping and have a restful day at  the campsite while we took in a  car show at Montague, where  the Plymouth won a trophy for  the best "pre 49" and the Chev  a trophy for "long distance."  (No contest). We returned to  the campsite to a high stack of  "clean" clothes. The girls were  not idle while we were away.  Day 56. Took the ferry from  P.E.I, to Nova Scotia and on  up to Cape Breton KOA campground, leaving us an hours  drive to the ferry lo Newfoundland.  lt was a five hour trip with  nothing to see but water about  100 feet from the ship and then  fog. We landed at Port aux Basque which was a good two day  drive to St. John's, which is the  oldest city in North America.  Went on a boat tour from  Bay Bulls to the bird sanctuary  islands to see the Puffins, Kit-  tiwakes, Razor Bill Hawks, etc.  There were 100's of thousands  of birds. It was quite a sight and  to top i! off we had Iwo large  Humpback whales swimming  around the boat.  Took pictures of "Mile  Zero" of the Trans Canada  Highway, which was posted in  front of City Hall (can only  assume they don't think anything east of there is part of  Canada). Night driving on the  highway in Newfoundland is  not recommended because of  the moose hazard. Five accidents with one human fatality  in the short time we were there.  Moose were imported to the  island, from Canada, in 1904.  Newfoundland became a province of Canada in 1949.  lt took us four days to drive  back to Port aux Basque which  gave us the opportunity to visit  some of the fishing villages on  the way. Were fortunate to see a  huge iceberg off the coast of the  small village of Salvage. The  'locals' were very hard to  understand, but very friendly.  Day 66. Another five hour  boat trip to Cape Breton where  we took a trip over the Cabot  Trail in the Plymouth. The  scenery was spectacular but un-  . fortunately there were a lot of  J foggy areas.  CANADA'S  MERCHANT SEAMEN  "STAND BY"  The Canadian Merchant Navy Association  continues to request the Government of Canada to  grant full Veteran status to wartime merchant  seamen. To further this objective, we need to  know how many Canadian and Allied merchant  seamen with wartime service in seagoing and  coastal ships, there are in Canada.  Will you reply to this roll-call? Our census  will be as accurate and complete as you make it.  PLEASE REPLY TO  W. Reey Spry, President  The Canadian Merchant Navy Association  316 Tweed Street  Cobourg, Ontario  K9A 2R9  I!!!  FORESTRY  A 909 Pmrap0ctlv  The future of forestry on the Sunshine Coast  demands our immediate attention.  Are we satisfted with current forest  management practices or are there better  alternatives?  Join us in exploring a number of interesting  options with a panel of highly respected  forest profession^.  For more information about the  FuturesForum please call the Sunshine Coast  Community Futures Association at 886-2639.  September 29, 1990  Sunshine Coast  FUTURESTORJJM  Planning for  m  SECHELT  FIRE PLACE LTD,  1356 Wharf Road  (Across From Bus Depot)  (TUESDAY - SATURDAY)  FEHTURinG  ��� Gas ��� Pellet ��� Wood  ��� Hi-Temp Chimney ���  ��� All Venting Systems  Certified Technicians Following All Current Safety Codes.  It's All We Do!  Sales Manager: STEVE CHRISTIAN  Specializing For 12 Years  885-7171 Coast News, September 17,1990  13.  The Sunshine  Second Section  m  to  it  to  it  id  On Pender bylaw  SCRD defends process  NDP 'Comrades-in-arms', Howard While (left) and Nanaimo MLA, Dale Lovick exude confidence  during Coast News interview. -Rom Nicholson photo  Hands across the water  Nanaimo MLA makes case  by Jan Michael Sherman  NDP MLA Dale Lovick  made a brief visit to Gibsons  September 14 to speak at an  NDP potluck fundraiser on  behalf of NDP candidate  Howard White. Just prior to his  appearance, however, Mr.  Lovick dropped in to the Coasl  News for a brief, informal interview.  A smallish ex-professor with  silveiry hair and an energy-  driven dynamic personality,  Lovick exhibited a keen intellect, infectious sense of  humour, and a commanding  grasp of provincial politics both  historical and immediate.  Although every inch a politician, and one who quite obviously relishes the game,  Lovick's academic roots inform  and lend extra weight to his  political statements and positions.  After Mssrs. White and  Lovick had made themselves as  comfortable as one can in the  ���Coast News' all-too-functional  'executive chairs', Lovick  described himself as the NDP's  "Transportation and Highways  critic." Then in a sly, twinWy  aside, he added that he also  acted as the party's spokesman  for the province's privatization  program.  "The ultimate purpose of the  Socreds' privatization program  is to reward their friends and  punish their enemies," Lovick  chuckled, appreciating the barb  immensely. "As for the benefits  to the province, 1 think we have  yet to see them materialize," he  continued. "Rather, the public  has taken a negative, cynical  posture to the plans instituted to  date."   When asked how the NDP  might approach privatization  should they form the next  government, Lovick the politician allowed himself to hedge  slightly. "The only committment we've made thus far is to  advocate the reinstatement as a  governmental entity of the Environmental Testing Lab. It is  not working well. It's costing us  (a lot of) money."  Lovick and White both  agreed that the recent coming-  to-power of the NDP in Ontario  has had significant impact on  the BC political scene. "First  and foremost is this election's  symbolic impact," Lovick  remarked. "It gave an added  sense of legitimacy to the NDP  as a national party.  "It was, I strongly believe, a  vote for integrity, idealism, and  the feeling that we, the people,  can indeed exercise some very  real control over our destiny."  Lovick the idealist then gave  way to the hard-driving political  pragmatist. "But in terms of  our provincial party, what happened in Ontario had a tremendous impact on the morale of  our members, workers, candidates ��� on everyone involved  with the NDP."  Asked about his party's prospects in terms of historical overview, Lovick was suddenly  transported back into the  classroom, taking all in the  room with him: "In '72 we  formed the first and only NDP  government, with 34 per cent of  the vote. Since then our percentage of the votes has steadily  risen." Lovick grinned.  "Given, of course, a few dips in  the graph.  "The next election will be  E  RECYCLING  An our good Intontlono  going to wootot  The Sunshine Coast has proven its interest in  recycling, however, our efforts have b<een  hampered by inadequate funding,  transportation problems and fluctuating  markets.  Join our panel of local, regional and  provincial representatives in discussing then-  concerns and new initiatives that muld  improve the outlook for recycling on the  Sunshine Coast.  For more information about the  FuturesForum please call the Sunshine Coast  Community Futures Association at 885-2639.  September 29, 1990  SunsMwCoeui  FUTURESFORUM  tofffB    BBin Iht 90s  fought on fair electoral boundaries ��� for the first time in  history." Lovick agreed that  with 26 seats acquired in the last  election, and with 38 needed to  Please turn to page 24  by Rose Nicholson  In a presentation to the board  at the September 13 Regional  District meeting, Joe Harrison  urged that directors give Area A  residents an opportunity for  debate on zoning by-law  changes in Pender Harbour  before the public hearing  scheduled for October.  "I know there are a number  of people who have not had the  opportunity to attend the drop-  in sessions, particularly the  members of the fishing community who won't be back till  October," he said.  "A number of people are  concerned because it limits the  possibilities on their property. It  doesn't deal with the real problem in the Harbour of densities  that are inappropriate to certain  land areas that are very rocky.  Until we get a community plan  and some data in place we're  not going to know that.  "What I'm asking tonight is  not to move too fast. I'd like to  see the community talk it out  before you make any precipitate  move that would be regards as  cramming it down the throats of  the people in Pender Harbour."  Regional District Directors  Jim Gurney and Gordon  Wilson both objected strongly  to some of Harrison's remarks.  "The Regional District has  not had any discussion on this  by-law whatsoever," said  Gurney. "The District provide  the expertise and the administrative assistance to  develop the document, but the  input has been provided by the  people in Area A.  "If you have a fault with this  by-law, it's not the Regional  District's fault. The fault is with  your friends and neighbours in  Area A."  Phony fundraiser  on thin Ice  The Sunshine Coast Figure Skating Club wishes to stale  that it is NOT soliciting funds for advertising at this time. Apparently phone calls have lieen received requesting support to  send skaters to Powell River, and these calls are NOT being  made by the local dub.  SHOES  SHOES  ipperskids  885-5255  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  3  mW  IVtnN  O FURNISHINGS  Serving the Sechelt Peninsula since 1973  ^^\   For Wee' ,  Jj^     & Quality ~||  P   SHOP&  ��||  W COMPARE^  Plush Contemporary  Sofa & Loveseat  '76800  Sofa  Sofa/Queen Sleeper  with innerspelng Mattress  Cnntemoorary Lining Boom Sectional  [Dacron filled back pillows  and high density   eerapped  loam  cushions  love.tat  Deep seated comfort and stylish  looks. Durable velvet cover In  gunmetal blue  *%������  S993OO  s728oo  00  '  1898  Solid Oak Entertainment Unit  on Castors  ���This unit features pull out I  shelf for VCR. rolling I  front doors, glass enclosed!  audio section, holds 29" r  TV. 55" H.- 56" W.  898  00  ,0110  m the Appliance  BEST MADE  Industry  (���Consumers Report)  Sr bZckbd washers a dryer*  20 yaart on tub  10 yoift on fransmlss/on parts  S ywrt on transmission labour  2 yaara on parts overall  1 yaar on labour overall  BEST BACKED REFWDOMATOR:  10 yaara on sealed system ��� ��  ONLyoitiWXm\ Appliance Outlet  an MaSfClwiS Peninsular  INSTANT A\  CREDIT   ���*  up to $3000 "  OAC.  ("Financial Post Survey of  Markets. B.C. Breakout)  3II*  Isb-  stf*l��  QUMJr'.  LEATHER CHAIR  & OTTOMAN $-gg  icts  ������  eJECHB-V  Black all leather stresses  swivel chair and ottoman.  Genuine top grain leathers.  Full recliner, full swivel  action. Easy K/D system.  4m  j3  3-TIER  BRASS STAND        .  This Triple Tiered  Brass Plant Stand  (o����m  is ideal to accent  any decor  tW  $1999  HOME  FURNISHINGS  aarn'i ria;a  Hear 1Q1 I School HO  UlteilW  9 30 9 00 pm, Mon  1? 00 5 00 pm, See.  TORE FINANCING  lolidays 886 8886  >a-*ii  ��v.,..��v>w^1j};.e-;��,-,y  -.--���v.-v^i   ������_ ���.-,��� -.- , ��� Coast News, September 17,1990  The Mellow Sounds of Dawn Loverock filled St. Bartholomews  Hall at |his years' Fall Fair.  Cable ll  Tues., Sept. 18/90  6:45 PM  Callie Connections  A new format for the broad-  tasting students brings a wwkly  news programme to the schedule on your community channel.  7:00 PM  Parliamentary Talkback  Join your MP Ray Skelly and  ' your MLA Harold Long in the  studio for the first in a new  season of programmes that brings   federal  and  provincial  representatives to your community channel. Harold Fletcher hosts the hour long phone-  in taped last Thursday.  8:00 PM  Dog Obedience  Gordon Pollock tak�� Karen  Bruce, her dog Chutney and  others through the basics of dog  obedience training.  8:30 PM  Continuing Education  The Fall Programme  Mary   Pinniger  talks  with  some of the instructors of this  fall's   Continuing   Education  courses. Invited guests include  Doug   and   Delphine   Brown  -Ballroom Dance;  Ian Clark  -Fly Tying; Pat Mackay - Duffle  Bags; Jujly Mclvor - Carrilon  Music for Children 4-7; Tink  Robinson and Judy Armstrong  - Music Th<tatre Workshop and  Larry Westlake - Boat Building.  Thur., Sept. 20/90  6:30 PM  Cable Connections  live  This weeks news brought to  you   by   the   broadcasting  students at Elphinstone Secondary  7:00 PM  Block 7 Sechelt  The Pros and Cons  Live Phone-In  Al Price moderates this  discussion on the Block 7 proposals for Sechelt. Panel  members include John Burns,  Frances Fleming, Wayne  Galbraith and Nancy MacLarty. Join the panel during the  show via the phone lines with  your questions and comments.  8:00 PM  Dale Lovkk  NDP Transportation Critic  Commuter Ed Burritt  discusses concerns about  highways and ferries with Mr.  Lovick during his visit to the  Coast.  8:30 PM  Coast Interfalth  The Reverend June Maffin  introduces the Reverend Daniel  Gifford, the newest addition to  the ministry staff at St. Hilda's  and St. Andrews Anglican churches.  Art films  This year, the Arts Centre is  offering passes to the Wednesday evening Fall Film Series at a  reduced rate. The series begins  on September 19 and the line-up  is an exciting one. Clip this  schedule and keep it handy!  Sept. 19, "Entre Nous"  France, 1983. Directed by Diane  Kuryo. Oct. 3, "A Letter to  Brezhnev" UK, 1985. Directed  by Chris Bernard. Oct. 17,  "Time Stands Still" Hungary,  1982. Directed by Peter Gothar.  [  f*    the    >Ji  *   TERRACEn-  ��iiiii'iia"ir*wii  |||e|lltl��e|......'l|l|lll|.  "1|||IHI|I||I|I'"  AT BONNIEBROOK   FULLY LICENSED   ATTENTION:  Watch For Our  NEW FALL MENU & HOURS  next week  WE WILL BE CLOSED  MON., SEPT. 24 TO THURS., SEPT. 27  The End of Gower Point Road  PHONE: 886-2188  P.)t.)rs From A  Dialogue with a beaver  by Peter Trower  "You stood a felled tree back  up again!" exclaims the braver  in total wonderment. "How did  you ever manage to do that?"  "It wasn't easy. I helped raise  quite a few spar-trees over the  years, but I remember one back  in the mid 60's that was a rral  toughie. This is how it went."  The tne went up at Inst  and hung like a symbol  across the sky  where we'd stuck it.  It had been a hard tree  an unwilling Iree  It had given us wooden battle  in the shaky landing  high above Its growthplace.  It had refused us stubbornly  like a cornered living thing  till we sweated In bitter contest  on the hill.  Three times we failed ���  the tree lay laughing at us ���  the woods boss  flung down his hardhat.  It was a tired  end-of-the-week Friday ���  payday in fact ���  the tree defied us on the high  plateau.  We took a smoke break  and considered  that it wasn't really the tree ���  the tie-up lines were rotten ���  the sun slashed through Ihe fog.  So we tried once more  put a cat blade  against the base of il  and under ihe straining  mainline  the reluctant fir came up.  Stood like a Gulliver  tethered by guyllnes  and I believe we sighed in relief  had drinks from the water bag  and perhaps joked.  'Til be damned," says the  braver incredulously. "Putting  a felled tree back up! That just  about brats everything I've ever  heard!"  "It's the truth," I assured  him. "That tree served us pretty  well once we got it standing. We  decked it with rigging and logged that whole claim off in a  couple of months. Then we cut  loose the guylines and laid the  old fir to rest again. They had a  saying in the woods that only  raised trees died more than  once."  We bandy a few more words  and then the braver cocks an  ear. "Think I hear the missus  calling me," he say's. "I'd better  go see what she wants. She's  been feeling a bit poorly the last  while. It's b<wn real nice talking  to you."  The beaver ambles away and  I drift off to a different  quadrant of dreamland.  About a week later, my lady  and I visited the real life beaver  again. He waddled up to the  fence once more to accept our  carrot stick offerings. All seemed as usual. Then, I swear, he  lookesd directly at me ��� and  winked.  The End  gGIBSONS  SkEGION  BmikIi 10')  Members and Guests Welcome  GENERAL MEETING  Tues., Sept. 18  at 8 pm.  I Friendly Country Legion^  . Roberts  Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  Fri., Sept. 21 Is  SaX., Sept. 22  Double Back  Memiwt and bom lid*  gunts welcome  FUDAY NITl  DINNERS  86  Grilled New York Steak  Sat. Night Dinners  BINQO ��� TUES. EVENINGS  IL.C a/50631  SALE  u]f     Sechelt  p5^ Public Library.  IL Hours  =Tues.  Wed.  iThurs. 10:30-7pm5f  ESat. 1030-4pm  Book Drop In Trail Say Mall Jl  10'30-4pms  10:301pm [^  ���|^*9*^"��e��'*"��)eV-I-  $5%  Off All I-Stock  POSTERS  15% Off CUSTOM FRAMING  Sale Ends Sat., Sept. 89  ARTWORK FRAMED PROFESSIONALLY ON LOCATION  SECHELT LEGION BR. 140  ��� Dry Mounting . N��dle Work Stretching  ��� Conservation Framing . Oval or Oleic Mate  ��� Ready Mad* Frames        Cue to sn.  Bernie & Red      Sep:t. 21  [I TIME:  Doors Open 8:30 pm  PLACE:  Sechelt Legion 140 Hall  uauery FRAMing  On the Job     vs*. ...*9-00 Each at tne Door  Shoiv Piece-  & CUSTOM  FINE ART, POTTERY, BLOWN GLASS, CARDS. POSTERS  AND CUSTOM FRAMING  Gallery  Framing  886-9213 280 Gower Pi. Rd . Gibsons 886-9215 |  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  H(u*u&  w  ���WEIGHTS  743 North Rd.,  Gibsons  886-4606  ���AEROBICS  Drop-Ins  Welcome  Sunshine Coast  Tours  ��� Mucin Loulta Cruise        ��� Molly't Rnch Tour  ��� Salmon Fishing Chirtwi      ��� Skookumchuck & Island Ciului  449 Marine Deeve. GeOsans (Beside Pockslele Pharmacy)       886-8341  Fine Dining  and Lodging  On Porpoise Bay  Fully Licensed  CloKd Sunday lunch, all day  Monday, and Tuaaday dlnnar  For Reservations 885-3847  EAST PORPOISE BAY RD.  Come  Down  &  Browse  Fine Art ��� Art Supplies - Gifts  280 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons Landing   886*9213  ( Blue Heron Inn  Ocean Sound Kayaking  Guided Sea Kayaking Trips  Howe Sound*Narrows Inlet ��� Desolation Sound  NO .EXPERIENCE NECESSARY    ofiaC ��OOA  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL   OO0*!M3U  Ocean Activity Centre  AND TZOONIE GIFT HOUSE  ��� Into Cruises ��� To Skookumchuck Rapids and Narrows Inlet with  Salmon BBQ; To Princess Louisa Into     ��� Wilderness* Camping in  Narrows Inlet       ��� Fishing Charters     ��� Gourmet Smokesd Salmon  5644 Cowrie St., Sechell 885-9802  vBROOK  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  Bed & Breakfast & Campground  Restaurant 886-2188, Office 886-2887  The End of Goeerer Point Road  M^  Jewelleiry   Prints  >*���� ,v> v> Paintings  Fabric Art  O    6*0* Pottery      Cards  HUNTER GALLERY handcrafted eeurle by local artists  Upstairs, .Corner of School fie. Goerer Pt. Rds., Gibsons' 886-9022 I  VISITORS  WELCOME  j    &KY4ft  Enioythla warm weather Irom a Kayak   J  i    /mIitT'  '         Rentala ��� Intra Counts           j;  JuflJ/  886-3136      886*3654  |   v!j^  Call t Book Early                     [  Lounge a Snack Bar  Power Can Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Cardan Bay turnoll  Phons 883-9541  CANOE RENTALS  lik( R&'lt 883-2269  local Authors/local History  Madeira Park Shopping Centre  883*9911  i  ���MM  wmmm Coast News, September 17,1990  X  Bette Cooper ot Gambler bland spins ud weaves for Fall Fair  spectators. ���Ralk Formicr photo  Gardening  notes  by MarfetrUt  Welcome to all newcomers  and gardeners to the Coast. The  kids largest sunflower head winner was son by Keith Van Brabant measuring 17 inches, it was  also the tallest.  Second was Andrea Keney,  13 inches, Thalia Elletl and  Warren Collins seven and one  half inches each. The entries  were smaller this yew, owing to  our wry wet spring.  Many thanks to prizes  donated by Gibsons Building  Supply, Supervalu, Home  Hardware, Toy Shop, Todds,  All Occasion Flowers, Pharmasave and Quality Farm.  The Gibson Garden Club  meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20, at 7:30 pm,  in the Marine room (below the  library). The speaker, master  gardener Betty Yenton. The  topic, "How to put your garden  to bed for the winter" which is a  broad subjesct covering taking  cuttings of geraniums and  fuschias and lawn maintenance.  New members and guests  welcome.  The Fall Plant Sale takes  place Saturday, September 22 at  Sunnycrest Mall front entrance  at 9:30 am.  Winners at the Fair  TtopMes - Bat ol Fair Perpetaal  Trophy donated hr UK Faunas mwaat  In memory ot Mrs. LeFMvra, ana hy  Leeaore Nygren, pier sealed ley Peearte  Tretbeway.  ���est ol Fair Trophy doaated by *e  Tom of Gttaooi, ma by Leeaore  Nygren, piiaiand levy Mayor Strom.  Bat ol Fair Trophy Teesss Cap ma  In llialhn laaa  Iks* nf lah T In  12 yean oM Cup, woa by Wan Betted  .ind Beat of F*, 6 aad tinder Cap, ������<��  by CMm Ship, al donated by Ihe  Sunshine Coast Regional District aad  prorated by Chahmaa Pe|fy Connor.  Beat of DtvUon A Cut Fhnttn, iron  by Mary BUh and Moate Mailer, Brat  of Betaken B Decoration won by Jody  Lockdt; Bat of UvMon C Vegetables,  won by Bartey Paulas and Best of DM-  ���ion D Fruit, ma by Harold UMb *a  received a ma of Dlaaaa's Organic Fertilizer donated by Oaalty Farms.  BcM of DlvWon AAC ud D  Flowtn, Decoration, VefctiMts mo  Frail won by Harold Utile a BO GUI  Certiflcale doaaled by Qaaaiy Faun.  Beat otDlvtalo..E,C and HCaeantog,  PnaanrM, HpiaihaMat aad Candy  Watkins an Boi donated by R A M  Enterprises.  Best of DlvWon F Wine Gtaam  engraved lay June Inaaas, fM won by  Walter Bash sad second won by John  Best of UvWoa I Needlework, Book  oa Applique donated by Talewind  Books, Sechell mm by Lots Keaaedy-  PahKi Best of DlvWon J Hasedcrafts,  Pottery Bowl made by Jack Sam aad  donated by Ihe Coeaal Pollen Gaud,  won by Garth David.  Best of DlvWon K Art, $20 Gin Cer-  tilketle donated by Show Piece Gritty  and woo by Pal Tripp. Beat of Dhieoa  K Art, ProfmSonal, fmwt donated by  Charaberan Garstm and woa by Nora  Tarrelli Best of Dlvlsloa L  Phototraphy, $50 Gill Certificate  donated lajr E * E Pbotofraphy mt woa  tsy Josephine Haasasond.  DlvWon   L   Photoepapt  a...   a* mar-a-a    _   _a> ���** -   m*\ ��� a,  uy Hon "rvcDDcr oi suuycRH rMKO.  PaitWpMtiwere Mary Christmm, eBetly  Demrce, Lorayae Immm mi Ted  M of DtvWoa M, Tcaaa Only, GW  Certificate for tan* plua donated bj  ���a by r  Best of Photography, DtvWoa M,  Teens Only, $25 QnCertlflcaledoeaated  by E ��� E Fheotofraphy aad woa by  Nicole Quaky  Best of DIvWooN, 7 to 12 year ohb,  won by JlWaa Brirad aad BM of Division O, 6 aad under, won by Chelsea  Seep both received Gift Certfflcale for  larie plua doaaled by Andy's  Restaurant.  Heal of Photography DtvWoas N aad  O, Qft C-ttmcale foe $2S donated by E  * E .Photography, won ley Sana Evas-  son; EMaMtor Wilh Moat Entries,  Hamper donated by Ssjnaycna Mil  Merchants AasocaSkM and won by  Unort Nygren.  Exhttaltor Sabmllthsi Ffcst Eatry  Form, received Angaal 1, Pot of Herbs  donaledbyRaadle'sHefhsaadwonby  Audrle Fliriong.  The Tom of  ribbo  for the fair. The  Co-  Show. The ne*anjiTaal Mal ���  the Art aad Photography,  Fiona k  Ihe Speck"  "  oidiaator for the Mel and man  bkfordewssepuenlofthefafr.  Contesls eachsM Wel-ht of Cake  Contest, made and doaated by Me  ���ease and ma by T. tmmtm ZateaM  wrapped In string (ehow long k the atf-  mfl) ZaecWal donated by M. Hehaad,  pri�� bat ol onmaat HilMair donated by  Quality  Fanaa aad  won  by Betty  i hi Jar Coaltat, gnat IMsty  aad donated by Paaaae  wan by Oamt Eng��*  pom and donated by Peter Fslchtase  aad woa by Ana Stewart.  How Well  Do You Hear?  To find out call for a teat.  Gibsons Hearing  Centre S8&3883  Testa by appointment only.  (���12.60 par test)  Serving the Sunshine Cosset  Scrambled Utlen, Fnsll aad Veggies  lewr email aad napkin rings  by nmsaalar of Swatch  sd won by Jaa De Grass;  Words la Fal Fab Coateet, Watkins $25  GUI Ceitrftcatt doaaled by R * M  Enterrprlses eat woa by BU Font.  Alramecteatries eligible to win hang-  lag phut doeuud by Casey's Gaidem  aad ween by Peggy Smal.  Ok Dealer Draw ��� Dinner for two  at the Tenace Restaaraal doaated by  Boaaaihiook Lodge sad won by Laura  Rayae; set of WUsswa Knives donated  by Gibsons Balling Supples and won  by Barbara Mercer; Hand Carved Clock  made aad donated by doe Day and won  by Carol Adams; Head Woven Cushion  donated by the Sunshine Coast Splnnen  aadWeavenGuldeiidwonbyDofolhy  Crake.  Doaar Hamper Draw, W.I. Hal,  Haaspetr doaaled by Gibson Landing  Mackastk Aanxealron aad won by  Doreen Bartley; Dote Hamper Draw,  St. Bartholomews, Hamper doaaled by  Gibaoas landing Merchank sad won by  Maiy Coltas; Auction, Silver Mexican  Ee-friags donaled by Join Parana, purchased ley Mayor Strom.  PEBBLES REALTY  Welcomes Jean,  Anke and Corey  to their sales staff.  I  n  ������*<%  J f      yg|  fp^y^mm. ���  1         ^fc'  ,'fil  ��� ~M  " t^-i:~.">*^fi'  i,.-iaW  JEAN READ  Jean Read, a resident of the Coast for the past 27 years  has worked with many organizations, most recently has  been mainly involved with the Sunshine Coast Music  Festival. She Is now looking forward to serving you with  your Real Estate needs. Phone Jean at 885-3398.  ANKE SARAN  COREYSARAN  Pebbles Realty is pleased to announce that Corey and  Anke Saran have joined their sales staff. Corey comes  to us with 35 years management and sales ex-  periencewith Chrysler Corp. Call this husband and wife  team for all your Real Estate needs at 886-8042.  ��� ���;  Yr  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Tow!  oitfteCoddi  The Cedars Pub in upper Gibsons is a great place to take time out to men  friends, run into more friends, quaff some of their great brews and taste thdr  Cedars Specialties.  It's cool and comfortable in here mid some of my favourite tunes are playing in  the background. My friends and 1 haven't eaten all day and if we have dinner, it's  going to be late, so time to check out the Cedars' great menu.  Cedar burgers range from charbroited, chicken, or a local favourite, the oyster  burger made with fresh oysters and tartar sauce (a real treat) from $4.50 to $5.25.  The specialty of the day was com chowder and roast beef sandwich for only  $4.25. Cedars' traditional hearty soups from their kitchen range from $1.75 to  $2.50.  Well, as usual I chose the Caesar salad, my favourite, made of fresh Romaine  lettuce, smothered in very garlicy and creamy sauce and parmesan topped with  crisp, herby homemade croutons ��� more than I could eat for $3.25.  My friends all chose super Cedars burgers and I heard comments like "There's  a lot of meat in this burger", and "Mmmm, really juicy, I'm stuffed." Their  heaping piles of hot fries couldn't be finished.  If you only want a snack the Cedars has nachos for two with real chedtlar and  Monterey Jack cheese for $2.95 to $4.25, or how about zucchini sticks, lightly  breaded?  Try the Cedars Pub soon. It's a great meeting and eating place.  FAMILY DINING  NK.Hl ON llll   IOWN  Blue Heron Inn- For lunches and dinners. Fully licenced. Dinners Wednesday  to Sunday, 3pm to 9pm. Closed for  lunch. Closed from September 3 to II.  For reservations phone Laurie or  883-3847.  Creek Howe - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmoseptiere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recotn-  mended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 883-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays ft Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Mariners' Restaurant ��� On the  waterfront with exec of the most spec-  tacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons landing, 886-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 3-10 and Sunday 34,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seals. V. M.C.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a \wek.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every lable. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and ak-  conditkned. Dinner reservations reoom-  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7283.  HNE DINING  Hie Terrace at Bonniebrook -With  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bonniebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  selling. Feer those seeking finer dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Follow Gower Poinl road lo Ooean Beach  Esplanade. Breakfast, 6-9:30; Lunch,  11:30-2; Dinner, 3:30-9:30. Sunday  Brunch, 10-2. Ooaed Mondays. Lunch  and Dinar reservations recommended.  Business ejroerps and receptions welcome.  Visa, M/C, 886-2188.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots  of NEW dishes. Don't miss Antiy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  llam-2:30. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-338S.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheal bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the teach and cappucino are  available. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as the Coasl itself. Mon. - Sat.  9am-5pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Coast dub Cafe Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is ihe order of the day for all of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult environment with European flair, which of-  fers dining al reaseenahle prices. Open  from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 55lv Wharf Ave., Sechdt,  885-9.144. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  seating feer 60.  Burkcddy Pub - Enjoy the beautiful  walerfronl view (caitlcs and hummingbirds arc a common sight) from the  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  well as ihe separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your appeiite for our home-style  Skookumhurgcr or ewr greal fish & chips.  We're open lor breakfast al 9 a.m. and  dinner is served from II a.m. to 9 p.m.  Lexated v\ mile north of Egmont on  Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbouriiood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along wilh terrific daily  spedals, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good limes. Sun. - Thurs. open 'tie!  midnight, Fri. & Sat. open 'till 1 am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub -  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harteour. Prime rib every Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at Ihe end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from II am to 11 pm. Pub  open llam-llpm. Kilchen oejen llam-  10pm. Call 883-114S.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster HoiM - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu indudes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are thdr specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for Iwo: $20. Reservations recommended. Lexated in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  epm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seats 143.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from II am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., 11 am - 11 pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from 11 am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommeneied. We also  have take-out ��� pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Kalherina - Hostess.  Pronto's Restaurants Two location  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, sieak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family at-  mosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees indude garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal fix four about SI5-S20. located at  Wharf Rd., Sechdl, 885-1919; and <xe  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic. Gibsons, 886-81.18.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, post-and-beam elining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are ran of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smorgasbord features  bvor -f beef and other hot meal dishes,  a 1 Jtiful salad bar and homemade  des .its, suits at 1 pm. Absolutely superb  prime rib on Friday. Breakfast from 6:30  am, lunch from 11 am and dinner from  4:30 to 8 pm. Daily spedals. licenced,  reasonable prices, menus have something  for everyone, on and ofT-premises catering. Hwy 101 just notth of Pender Harbour, good highway access and parking  for vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  f47 in - TAKE OUT  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 6 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  'v ��� -.      c- ���' ���     I, IB.  Coast News, September 17,1990  SPORTS  SC Golf a Country Cluh  Duffy tunes up  Let's hear it for the crew  by Frank Nanson  by Rufus Cohen  Tony Duffy racked up another title in his resume of boxing  achievements by capturing the  welterweight crown in the  California State Police sponsored Golden Gloves Tournament in Los Angeles on the  Labour Day weekend.  It was an encouraging victory  for Duffy who has been finding  it difficult juggling boxing,  work and college.  In his first bout Duffy stopped Jamal Washington of the  California State Prison Boxing  Program.   Duffy   denies   the  presence of armed guards at  ringside as having any effect on  his enthusiasm to end the bout  early.  In his second and third bouts  Duffy outpointed Jose Mendez  and Paul Liddy of Los Angeles  and BC respectively.  Duffy returned to the ring  last winter following an IS  month layoff and a close bid to  represent Canada in Seoul. Duffy has won nine straight bouts  since, including the BC Provincials and the BC Golden Gloves.  Duffy heads back east in  November for the National and  to regain a birth on Canada's  National Team.  I want to hike this opportunity in the news column to give  the people on the Sunshine  Coast who take advantage of  the little golf course we have  here, to let all know who the  people are that do all the work  on the fairways and greens.  First is our superintendent,  Tim Kelly, who I say the least  about, but who organizes the  whole show. Tim has been with  us for about eight years, is married with two children and was  referred to us by one of the  Agronomists of the BCGA as  one of the most knowledgeable  greens keepers he has had the  opportunity to med and discuss  golf course upkeep with.  Tim has a keen interest in all  he does and has taken all the  maintenance course the club  has offered to send him in, and  1 tell you if you want to know  how to plant or keep grass  green, just ask Tim.  Dave Hobson who has been  with us for eight years and was a  junior member of the course  prior to becoming a member of  the greens staff. Dave now  holds a handicap of IS! Dave  was raised on the Coast and according to Tim is responsible  for the difficult pin placements.  Maybe this is Tim's out.  Rugby season kicks off  by John Rainer  That's right, the 1990/91  �� Vancouver rugby schedule has  ���'���'. txgun. Entering a team in the  Q3rd Division for the 19th  ' season, the Boys in Blue again  take on the best and the rest.  After a summer season full of  fun and frivolity, namely  7-aside, the Pigs now begin the  arduous task of fielding IS  players (hopefully with spares)  for the ensuing season.  Having had some successful  fundraisers recently, the Gibsons Rugby Club (Stu) has been  able to change the old ratty,  beatup,   well-worn,   reliable  jerseys of the past, into a new  rugby fashion statement. The  colour scheme will be large opposite squares of powder blue  and white, dark blue crest and  numbers on back. With this  new change we hope it will bring  with it a renewed vibrance and  enthusiasm for years to come.  To view these creations, catch  the first home game on Saturday, September 29.  As reflected in the heading,  the season has begun. The local  side travelled to Jericho to take  on the UBC Old Boys on Saturday, September 8. Leaving their  jealous eager coach at home,  the Pigs went to work and  iry  /ednesday  5m 7 to 8:30 pm  ftOPERS GREEN HALL  Every Thursday  from 7 to 8:30 pm  at  THE HALFMOON BAY SCHOOL.  For further Information calL  Ben Robinson at  885-9026  energetically participated.  Using their enthusiasm right  from the kickoff the fellows  came out strong, winning thdr  share of ball and trying mightily  through the struggle of that now  reality, first game, first half.  Both ways the play went and  at half time the score read UBC  Old Boys 8, Pigs 0.  Coming out into the 2nd half  the Pigs were still in the game.  A couple of positions were switched (ugh!) and off to the races.  Coming back on after an injury, Swade Shaw took on the  hefty task at inside centre with  Albert out with an injury and  the rest not quite in condition.  Alas, a gallant effort with  lessons learned, the boys fought  on.  Still playing strongly at full  back (after all these years) ex-  fire truck operator, the Rave  was the lone scorer for the GRC  in this match. The final score  was UBC Old Boys 29, Pigs 4.  The spirit of the boys is  strong and all are looking forward to the rest of the playing  season. On that topic, the remaining schedule is as follows.  Away Games: September IS,  no game, September 22 Exb  Lions at Clinton; October 20,  Capilano at Klahanie;  November 3, UBC at UBC;  November 24, Bayside at  Bayside; December 8, Kats at  Balaclava; December IS,  Scribes at John Hendry.  Home Games: September 28,  Kats; October 6, Scribes; October 13, VRC; October 27,  Meralomas II; November 10,  Trojans; November 17, Chilliwack; December 1, Exb, Lions.  PUBLIC NOTICE  OF  ZONING AMENDMENT  BYLAW NO. 555*46,1990  (being proposed amendment to Zoning Bylaw No. 555,1986)  TAKE NOTICE that the Municipal Council of the Town of Gibsons hereby gives  notice of proposed Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-46,1990 pursuant to Section  958 of the Municipal Acl R.S.B.C. 1979, c. 290 to amend the present zoning of the  following property as described:  1. That certain area of land in the Town of Gibsons, British Columbia, more particularly known and legally described as the southerly 23.46 meters (76.97  feet) of Lot F, Block 2, D.L. 1328, Plan 12128 as shown on the map attached.  2. In general terms, the intent of the Bylaw Is to rezone from the existing Tourist  Commercial Zone 2 (C2) to the proposed General Commercial Zone 1 (C1).  3. This Bylaw may be cited as "Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-46,1990."  4. A copy of this Bylaw may be inspected at the Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474  South Fletcher Road In Gibsons, British Columbia during office hours, namely 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday (Statutory Holidays excepted).  Take notice that this notice is deemed to be a synopsis of the Bylaw, and not  deemed to be an interpretation thereof.  Pursuant to the Municipal Acl, the Municipal Council has waived the holding of a  Public Hearing on this Bylaw as an Official Community Plan is in effect for the area  and the proposed Bylaw is consistent with the plan.  Rob Buchan  MUNICIPAL PLANNER & APPROVING OFFICER  ////AV/  Peter Pisani has been with the  crew for six years and is a  ���beginner at golf with a 36 handicap, which I am sure is dropping rapidly. Peter has been a  resident on the Coast for 10  years. He also plays cricket, a  game in which every ball must  be tut or you're out. Some of us  can't even do this in golf.  Then comes the latest addition to the crew, Diana McCrea  who joined us one year ago. Site  is the little gal that you see doing  just about everything on the  course from replacing turf to  running the big mower with the  wooden blocks on the pedals.  They were put there so that she  could reach them. Diana plays  golf about once a year, is from  Ontario and is a relative  newcomer to the QMst. She has  worked evenings a lot this year  sprinkling the course after dark.  I am certain you will concur  with me when I say that th<ey  have all been doing a fine job on  the course and deserve a lot of  credit for the fine shape it is in.  Why not stop one of them and  give him or her a word of  thanks. The visitors to the dub  think we should.  urm  Sechelt Indian Government District  NOTICE OF COURT OF REVISION  LIST OF ELECTORS  TAKE NOTICE that the Court of Revision for the Sechelt Indian Government  District List of Electors, for use at the local Advisory Council and School  Board Election in November will be held in the Sechelt Indian Band office,  Sunshine Coast Highway, Sechelt, B.C. on Monday, October 1, 1990 at  10:00 a.m.  The Court shall hear all complaints and correct and revise the List of Electors. The Court may correct the names of electors Incorrectly stated, add  names of electors omitted from the list, strike from the list the names of  persons not entitled to vote or disqualified from voting, correct any other  manifest error in the list, or shall add to the list the name of a person  qualified by August 31,1990 to have his name entered on the list and for  this purpose the Court may accept a completed application if delivered to  the Court at its first sitting.  The list as prepared will be available for Inspection at the Sechelt Indian  Band office on and after September 12,1990.  Harold L. Fletcher  Clerk  INCREASE YOUR PROFITS  THROUGH  THE SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM  If you're a committed, established business .person ready to capitalize on the growth potential of  your business, The Sunshine Coast Business Management Program can help you reach your  goal.  Use ihe Potential Power in your  Business to the Maximum...  This results-oriented program helps improve business performance by identifying areas of potential growth, broadening horizons, pointing out pitfalls and offering different approaches.  The Sunshine Coast Business Management Program provides 30 hours of high quality  seminars, 30 hours of mini-workshops and 20 hours of follow-up counselling over a  period of 8 months. Group discussions and meetings with your advisor are strictly confidential.  SEMINAR TOPICS:  ��� Marketing and the Right Attitude  a Learning to Use Financial Statements  a Profits and the Health of Your Business  a How to Prepare a Sales Forecast and Cash Budget  ��� Marketing  ��� Advertising  a Motivation  a Time Management  a Successful Entrepreneurs - A Panel  (Different topics may be substituted based on the group's consensus)  1/ you really want your business to grow,  don't miss this opportunity!  . Participation limited to 25 businesses  ��� Financial Assistance may be available through  Canada Employment &.  Immigration Commission.  ENROLL  NOW!  For further information contact:-  SUNSHINE COAST COMMUNITY FUTURES  885-2639  OR  FEDERAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BANK  FAX: 666-1957  "Sunshine Coast Business Management Program"  is presented by the F.B.D.B. at the invitation of Sunshine Coast Community Futures Coast News, September 17,1990  17.  Former Sechelt resident Lucy Chrisms* exhibits her Granny-with-Gusto approach to sky diving.  After her first free fall she is ready to go again. -Ciri chrismu pkoto  Strikes  and Spares  We're back bowling. Some of  the leaguers started last week and  we have room for more bowlers  on Thursday night and in the  ladies morning leagues.  Highest games for the first  week were:  Gibsons A: Robyn Page,  228-625; Barb Christie, 258-637;  Bev Drombolis, 310-697; Leif  Nelson, 25M52; Freeman Reynolds, 263-662; Tom Gilchrist,  325-774.  Wed. Coffee: Hazel Skytte,  234-603; Lilo Peattie, 327-650;  .Ball & Chain: Janet Mel-  drum, 258-626; Joanne  Christensen, 286-654; Sue  Whiting, 261-656; Richard Laf-  fere, 233-613.  Phuntastique: Dariene Hum-  bird, 251-655; Jim Humbird,  234-610; Rick Nelson, 264491.  Night Owls: Bill Wilson,  217-600; Bill Price, 221-602;  Ron Webber, 276-702.  Sechelt GAS: Mary MacLeod, 248-688; Andy Leslie,  283-663; Cec Byers, 285-706.  Granny takes a dive  by Carl Chrismas  My Lucy has received many  strange birthday gifts in her life  time, being as she is in the class  of 'what do you buy for a gal  who has everything?' But the  most unusual was this year's  gift to sky dive with Gerry  Harper, chief instructor for  Horizon Sky Diving School  near Abbotsford.  It all came about last  Mother's Day when daughter  Bev Jaques took mom out to  the field to watch grandson  Bruce Pelzer do his 50th jump.  When introduced to Gerry by  Bruce, Lucy admitted to having  GIBSONS  LANES  had the desire to do a parachute  jump since her early teens.  "No time like the present,"  said Gerry. "Get her a jump  suit, Bruce."  "How about it, grandma?"  asked Bruce excitedly. "Well,  maybe on my birthday," stalled  granny.  She had from that day on  May 13 to BC Day on August 6  (also her birthday) to make her  decision, but her mind was  made up when she saw grandson Bruce do a two point landing on target on the field.  She had almost three months  to change her mind, but she is a  very determined lady (as well I  know after 25 years), and she  never wavered from her decision.  The Province newspaper  moved it up a couple of days to  make the Sunday edition, and  arranged for a sky diving  photographer to provide front  page coverage of the event. Also  along was a video photographer  Gibsons  031 Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 for further Information  Mondiy t Widmudiy  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Parent!, Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8:30  8:30-10:00  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Seniors Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Underwater  Hockey  Fridays  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  7:30  Tuesday & Thursday  Seniors Fitness     10:00-11:00  Seniors Swim  Adpt. Aquatics  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6.00  6:00-8:00  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5:00  Public 7:00-8:30  Swim Club 12:00-1:00  Family  Public  Sundays:  1:30-3:30  3:30-5:00  Admission Charges  Child  Teen  Adult  Senior  Family  Rentals  Fitness  Lessons  $1.75  2.00  2.50  2.00  6.00  55.00  11.00  25.00  45.00  60.00  22.50  J5J0  LESSON SCHEDULE  Session  1) Sept. 17 - Ocl. 22  2) Ocl. 29 - IHe. 3  3) Jin. 7 - Feb. 7  4) Feb. 11 ��� Mir. 21  5) Apr. 15 ��� Miy It  6) July 1 - July 12  7) July 15 - July 26  Pool Cloiutes:  Dec. 24 - 26  Dec. 31 - Jan. 2  July 27 - Sept. 9  ��� Over Ihe holidays  we mil  have  some  special  holiday swims.  Publication ol this schedule sponsored by]  BUSINESS  INCUBATOR  A unique support system for business.  Learn about the opportunities available  through an incubator - counselling,  networking, business support, work space.  Join the managers of 2 Vancouver-based  incubators who will share information on the  services they offer to their respective  communities.  For more information about the  FuturesForum please call the .Sunshine Coast  Community Futures Association at 886-2639.  September 29. 1990  SumVeWWCeOMl  ���FUTURESFORUM  Planning tor^M    SSln th* 90s  with helmet-mounted camera  for the action shots for TV and  a human interest article.  Gerry was also speculating  that there was the possibility of  Lucy being the most senior lady  jumper in the world, which  might make the Guiness Book  of World Records, for as far as  he knew, the present record was  76. It turned out to be true by  eight months, for Lucy's gift  was for her 77th birthday. It is  yet to be confirmed by Guiness,  but she is thrilled that it might  be true.  The day of the jump dawned  a beautiful clear morning, a  On the  rocks  by Harry Turner  The curling season is upon us  again as October fast approaches. Curling is a friendly  game with a set of very siuipje  rules.  The object of the game is to  get your rocks closer to the button than the opposing team,  much like shuffleboard. There  are four curlers to a team and  eight curlers are needed to play  a game.  Now is a good time to take up  a winter activity that offers both  exercise and the opportunity to  meex nw friends. The Gibsons  Winter Club has a lot of fun activities throughout the year and  we are always excited to welcome new members. We have  space for new curlers.  If you would like to start up a  team for young couples, if your  ball team, soccer team, business  or club would like to get together for a few hours this wintw,  call Gary Flumeerfelt the club  president at 886-9656.  We have space in the seniors  league, the ladies leagues, the  men's league and the mixed  league. If you are one of the recent arrivals, the Gibsons Winter  Gub is a great place to meet  new friends.  Our Annual General Meeting  takes place the evening of  &ptember 26 at 7:30. You may  attend even if you are not a  member. This would be a good  opportunity to find out about  the club and sign up for curling  if you wish.  If you have any questions or  queries about the use of the club  or club functions, you can contact John McKerracher, the  Club Icemaker at 886-7512 after  September 17,  perfect day for sky diving, and  on our leisurely drive out to the  field, Lucy seemed no more excited than if going to a school  picnic. She can be a nail biter at  times, but her hands rested in  her lap all the way to the field.  As an instructor Gerry has a  knack of instilling confidence in  his students as he goes through  the routine, which .also helped  to calm Lucy's nervous family,  shared muted emotions, but  Lucy's smile and wave before  the door closed on the crowded  cockpit reassured us that all was  well, and there would be no  balking when it came time for  'Geronimo' and the leap into  space.  The climb to 3000 meters  (10,000 feet) took about 20  minutes, positioning of the still  camera man on the step and  wing strut outside the plane  while the video camera nun  scrunched up with the pilot,  took a couple more.  Then Gerry positioned Lucy  on her lowes at the open doorway, while he snapped his  harness to hers from the rev,  and they were ready. With both  cameras whirling and clicking  away, Gerry did a count down  of three, two, one, GO! and the  four of them were into free fall  and flying for the next 600 feet.  The rate of fall was 100 feet  p<er second, so for the next  minute they were flying like  birds with their wing fathers  plucked, using only hands and  body motions to create a foil to  keep them more or less in level  flight.  The camera men were able to  fly in close for their pictures,  then veer away again as chutes  began to deploy for their slower  descent to earth. The canopy of  Gerry's chute covered 4100  square feet of space, so their  glide to the ground was slow,  quiet and peaceful, which gave  them time to admire the neatly  layed out farms and ranches of  the valley.  Their landing was a soft one,  and they were welcomed back  to earth by a very grateful family, and by cheers and congratulations from the crowd.  "You were an excellent student," were Gerry's first words,  followed by, "Did you enjoy it  and would you do it again?"  "It was wonderful," .beamed  Lucy. "And yes, I wouldn't  hesitate for a moment. And I  would fly better the next time  around," was her enthusiastic  reply.  A very gutsy lady, indeed,  and we are all proud of our  "Go, granny, go!"  AHOY!  BOYS&GIBIS  IF  ��� you are from 10 to 13 years old  ��� you like ships and the sea  ��� you want to learn to sail  Join The  Navy League Cadets  Registration Wed., Sept. 19,1990  at 7:00 pm  at Gibsons Legion #109 Hall  For info call 886-9041 ��� Instructors Needed  ATTENTION  GOLFERS  Equity Golf m^jehships  Proposei  Sechelt Golf wursf.  Lifetime Membentfttp  can be sold or transferred  l0/��.��M!tet~Aip& i��/o share of profits  "J9 |p0 until September 30, 1990  lor htrtrwr tniormateton call:  Oboo Brothers  Pftopiaeuts Inc.  MS-MI? or ���e��T,qs 885-1939  AltO * lltlelleKl number ol playing  i,    rawbwitllpt st ell available.  \  ��*&*��� HOCKEY  ov  Anyone Interested in playing  "OLDTIMERS" hockey this season,  concentrating on Skill Development  Team Strategy and  Tournament Play  Attend Registration  & Meeting at  Sunshine Coast  Arena  THURS., SEPT. 20/90  7:30 PM  For FurUwr Inlormalion  Contact: Brian 8B5-Z581  Art ItMOM        lacli MH773  Reference: Point Atkinson    *��� <*��*���<>�� ���;��"��"�� ��*  Iht 40 mm plus 5 mm loieachll oftise.  PaClflC Standard Time and 7 mm lor each f| of lall  TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  885-4141  f  9.956'  FINANCING H ;  OAC    1 Y.'ae T.Tin " '  tVfrxTv\(Bnnf.* In Stocky Z  " ���������  - .", ���.-  .- .*��� . 18. Coast News, September 17.1990  Imihhif CoasI  Services Directory  AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Meere.-Frl. ei-6 Sat. 8-6, Sun. 19-3  ���"SECHELT RADIATORS"���  Complele Cooling System Service Cenlre  We Repair & Replace Rads. Heatei Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used & Rebuilt  5510 Whirl ��**-"P * OeHvety Mon . |,.  (Old Utiitre BiiUdlnosl    BgM 885-798(1/  YOUR "COMPLETE"  TRANSMISSION CENTRE  ���FRONT AND REAR WHEEL DRIVE  ���AUTOMOTIVE A MARINE 'CLUTCHES  ���AUTOMATIC A STANDARD  J.  1 Come see the Specialists at  5 EAQLE TRANSMISSIONS  ..^^^���^neMHeeMBMeeeeeeHn^^^^^^^^^^H^H,  The Coast's first Transmission only shop.  Phone Kerry at  886-2111  677  Payne Rd.  TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS FOR 18 VEARS  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ALPINE TRUSS  Bus: 886-8233  833  >*V  Res:  s: 886-8201  NO SHIPPING  CHARGES  InuHi made hart on tht lunihina Oout  Monty tptnt at home stajra at homt.  ( RESIDENTIAL RENOVATIONS ^  Gyproc & Lamination Work  Kitchens, Bathrooms, Painting  Local References  IrieWood  886-8808  Need this space?  Call The COAST NEWS  .it   886 ?6?7 en 88S 3930  Blfeatda ��� Scrfffna ��� Qaragt Doeera ��� Prthueeg Deeoea * Wlndoeaa  HlgheHy 101C Pratt Rd. CarJ4��717;  Wll laila,  Mm  i, B.C. VON IVO  HieiaillHin  AmiHMIOI  Fmint-eni.  ' Top Line uoncrete >  Curbs ��� Patios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls ��� Driveways  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  I Bus.: 885-4828 Res.: 865-9203  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message) Sechelt, B.C.  I Phone 885-8065 VON 3A0  'BO.f  ZORNES  ROOFING  FREE  Specializing in all types ol  commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves.   eui������  B.P. CONTRACTING  Custom Home Builders  Also Good Framing Crew  885-4033       Fret Estimates       885-7903  Hallmark  Custom Humes  & Renovations  Enquiries 886-3344  886-3364;  CONCRETE SERVICES  TTJRENNE   CONCRETE  ��PUMP TRUCKS -CONCRETE WORK  Placing & Finishing ol:  Basement Slabs, Patios, Driveways.  Sidewalks, Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK, CALL US! 886-7022  THEKsrorsrimcE"!  Swanson's  ^rrr^tt. -*-.-..���.-tfeady-Mix Ud.  ��� *4 HOU* CENTRM MIMICI!-.       ,.  ��� ACCOUNTS l  r885*9666l [885-53331  3 Batch Plane, em lie. Seitethlaw Coait  Gibeeona a Stchtll ��� PaeeeUt Hatboeei  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES  n Ready Mix Concrete  W C Sand A Gravel  N r-    CONCRETE  11    LIU    SHWNCrHISOIVSHINfCOASrl  GIBSONS PLANT I  SECHELT PLANT  M5-71W  o  Msrl  NT I  1*86-8174  All lypet ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, drlv��wayt, slabs ��� smoolh, broomed,  eXepostK. aqqreqaU' finishing.  QMlfCiMiinWetfc tmmemuilj  TOP Line uoncrete  Curbs ��� Patios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls ��� Driveways  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  Res. 885-9203  Bus. 885-4828  ELECTRICAL CONTR.  MIDWAY'PQWER~LINE  SERVICES LTD: ~  Privale & Industrial  Electrical Contractor  High & Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135  .813-9483.  Class A  Electrical  Contractors  Seaside tt*lectr  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  886-3308  EXCAVATING  Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES C��� 118 4*4  .clearing Steve Jones    886-8269  Selective Logging  Land Clearing  Excavations  i We Buy Timber  885-3924  885-7487  CAN-DO EXCAVATING  /iSSft   580 EXTEND-A HOE, BOBCAT 743, uiM^  L00^   SINGLE AXLE DUMP TRUCK   "<P|P  . Septic Fields ��� Sand, Gravel i Top Soil  George 8M-7SS3 or ^ery 885-4854 .  COAST BOBCAT SERVIC  Small In Size ��� Big In Production  Pe.M Hole's - Teenchiten  Speeeudinet/Le-vi'lling  Llllhi Hauling ��<��������  886-7061   SECHELT <������������  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site Sechelt, B.C.  Call: 885-7878       V0N 3A0 JIM ROBINSON  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SBRVICE  and landscaping  936-2086  Craftsman  EXCAVATING  HITACHI EX120  Cell Don 885-7240 alter 6pm  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie        nk  885-2447 JMjL   ^   ��*W%  886-3558 j^SmWKS^���^^  We eHa the aunsshkn Coemtl  ���  EXCAVATING  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating ��� Backfilling ��� T ranching ���  Dralnega ��� Claarlng ��� Retaining Wall* ��� Paving Stonaa  CLARKE FULLER       886-8538      Bo" '"'���QIMon*   *** ����-"-**' B.C. VON IVO >  SARYt CRANE SOmCI  ��� TON UFT-HOOK HMNTW  18 TON UFT - HOOK HMHT W  TMnkofmewfte*   mmm >  rem rmt a mil   WT  A     Ta   R  t/*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER "^  LTD HALFMOON BAY.  S.T.E. EXCAVATING LTD.  RMiduntial - Commarclal  Induitrial - Land ClMtlsg  j      Serving the Coast for 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality"  886-9020 Bo, mi, Glbaoaa, B.C. VON IVO J  ��s  s%s*Coast Water Haulingssss  4X4, 2000 gal., self-loading,  high pressure discharge,  spray bar  886-3412   DavidcaooM   GIBSONSV  Residential  Commcicial  Induslilal  Land dealing  FUTURE  Excavating ft Developments  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  PLUMBING  f Ernie Fallis  Contracting  Complete Backhoe  Service  886-9198  ��iiN                    a 24 Hour Service  ��� New Construction  a Renovations  kbl            ��� Free Estimates  ��� Seniors' Discount  LUMBING Dean Hunt  &... .-a, Qecaono Be; von evo 886-8344  Ilu  HEATING  - Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber GARY 886-9585  I TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.   BILL 886-8361 J  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  f SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sain ft Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tu��a.-SaL  1356 Whnrl Rd. (across Irom Bm Depot)  8.85-7171^  mmmmmm    ��� Auto Propane  jSSSS    * Appliances  [Ptlji    ��� Quality BB. Q's  ittl 885-2360  ^mwsmfn    Hwy 101, across St.  ICQ LIQUID GAS Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  'mA%  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  886-2835  Resldintlil 4  Commatciil  Construction      CONSTRUCTION  Renovations ��� Additions  Gibsons. B.C.  for the Professional  and the Homeownet.  RENT-IT!  CANADA INC.  I tt  HI    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  15540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885-28487  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  CUSTOM DRAPERIES  VENETIAN BUNDS  1 Bedspreads       ��� Balloon Shades  ��� Wallpapers       ��� Upholstery Fabrics  Comp/imentar) In-Home Service  Prolessional Installations  .  ROBF.RT HONEY  INTERIORS  Decorators for fine homes.  5639 Wharf Road, Sechell  12 ��� 4, Tuee. - Fri.  885-4044  ^, $orlt0t|ire (Sarfcena:  ' ^         General Garden Mainlenance  ���     Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  ���'              Hock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  ,  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS ���  888-9411  ���Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy 101  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm  |P bcfgrrigs Schedule I  VANCOUVER-SECHELT f>��NINSUU>  MOBSESMO��� BAY-  USSSimm  EARLS COVE   S��LTERV BAY  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M aeteaeae Mavaieth lat  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am      3:30 pm  9:30 M        5:30 M  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30        8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M      3:30 pm  7:35        5:30 M  9:25 M     7:30  11:30       9:30  I  tNOTE: tleaea em N in  "Fleatraem" ran an  Sala.seae. Saalays t HaUdaee  iae-93ia  lor inlormation.  A coenpeaenti  ROUTE I  Ivia Neeelii Rd. & Ssacot. Gov.ee Pt & Franklin. Lowe. Bus Slop)  Depart  5:45 1:45  7:45 3:45  9:45 5:45  11:45 7:45  Arrival  Langdale    6:10  FertyTer.   8:10  10:10  12:10  M Faery HIM  la lie Fore*  2:10  4:10  0:10  8:10  Gibsons Bus Schedule  ���Connects 8:30 Firry rim  ROUTE ?  Ivia Bonneatnoot. Wooejc.aak. SC Mobile Homo Parle)  "���PM Arrive  Mm         7:00' 3:00 Mil         7:30  9:00   5:00 g:3o  11:00   7:00 it:3o  1:00 a,;**  FARES Adults Seniors Children Stud. Comm Tickili  Out ol Town   Sl.50    SI 00     .75    SI 00        SI 25/ride  In Town .75       .75     .75        75  3:30  5:30  7:30  I  These transportation schedules sponsored hy  Insurance  OuM|*m  <o  SuKuioot AgeKcteft  Motan^fe       INSURANCE TRAVEL urn  "*&?        886*2000 886*9255 mJS  Red Carpal StrWe* From Frlendlf Ptotmlonil* la Sunnycmt Mill. Olbaons. ��� ���HAPPY HOLIDAYS MOTORHOME^  RENTALS SALES & SERVICE LTD.  sima mo sm  mm  1W1 Itasca by Winnebago CflLD  23 EC Class A. !?".���_...$47,900  1991 Itasca by Winnebago  320RBClassC $34,995  1990 Northern Light Camper  9 foot includes $500  worth of Options $9,495  1990-6'10" with $500  worth of Free .Options $7,490  I990-8T with $500  worth of Free Options $8,760  1990 Dodge 250 Pickup  low km with Northern Light  9 foot Deluxe Fibreglass Camper $25,995  1990-20 foot Slumber Queen      -aj-kt t%  Motorhome, Sleeps four 6k low kiOWr.TT.... .$26,995  1990-24 foot Slumber Queen  Motorhome, Sleeps six, low km $37,995  1989-22 foot Slumber Queen  Motorhome, Sleeps six, low km $33,900  1987-24 foot Holid-aire  Motorhome $28,900  1977-21' Frontier  Al Condition $14,995  23 foot Motor Boat with  Chevy Motor ck Volvo Leg  &. Trailer $7,900  Teh (604)886.902* or M64481  ���Fm(604)8M*U4i  Coast News, September 17,1990  19.  Flu shots now  This year's influenza vaccine  is now available. The vaccine  offers protection against three  strains including A/Shanghai,  A/Taiwan and B/Yamagata.  The vaccine will lie offered  free to adults and children with  chronic mrfical conditions, and  to all persons over 65 years of  age and their earegivers.  The Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit Clinics are scheduled for  Tuesday, September 25, 10 am  to  12 noon at Greenecourl,  i  !  Ocean Avneue, Sechdt; am]  Wednesday, September 26, llj  am to 12 noon at Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, 494  South Fletcher Road, Gibsonsi  and Thursday, Septemeber 27?  11 am to 1 pm at Pender Harbour Health Centre, Francis  Peninsula Road, Madeira Park.  If you miss thes flu clinics  please phone the Health Unit in  Gibsons at 886-8131; Sechelt at  885-5164; and Pender Harbour  at 883-2764.  Gibsons residents George and Betty Baldwin get their annual fin  shots from public health nurse Evelyn Poethko. "I'm a diabetic,  so It's a must for me," said Betty. "But it's easy. I never get a  reaction." For times of clinics, see story,       -roh Nkkohoa pinto  Part time education  program begins  by Rose Nicholson  'Part-time .Education Program' (PEP), a joint venture  between Elphinstone Secondary  School and Continuing Education, will provide part-time  education on a 'drop-in' basis  for high school students who  have dropped out of school or  adults who want to upgrade  their educations to high school  graduation level.  Colleen Elson, .Director of  Instruction and Martyn Wilson,  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  MISC SERVICES  1 SALES �� INSTALLATION  * Commercial 8. Residential ��� '  * Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  e**e����*ee��*     phone    �����>**���>**  shoppy   SHOWROOM at ��������� ��t��a|  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Mon.Sat., ��:30-5pm  __THE FLOOR STOKE AT VOUR T  ��� MARINE SERVICES ���  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  Gibsons 886-2480 .,��� n,���MB��07,p,  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van. Direct 689-7387  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across Irom Kenmac)  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  &  mccaneer  Marina fs> Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 815-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 vears  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K S C Thermoglass t,���^ ^l^.  Cobra Soils now  a^B   . \.* V-J**  In-Stock  lAHsMUsll  [OUTBOARDS  Need this space?  WEST COAST RAILINGS^  Swtiag the Sunshliia Coaat  Aluminum Ralhneji  Commmlal k Rmldtnllil Installations  -FREEeESTMATES-  LEN ROBINSON  .SadwHtC VOW 3A0 e-jeJeteMeWOV  UTHERLAND^ee,  IB  ���*JJ/  lOUflOAIDS ^C  _ YANMAR   V  icrVfvi/cr    marine   A  stern drives inioaros   DIESEL ENGINES*]  Parts 8. Service for All Makes ol Oultmards  Dncksitle or Dryland e,,tr.,. r ,,-  FINANCING AVAILABLE VHF 6 &   16  . at COHO MARINA, Madeira Park B83-1119J  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6452 Norwest Bay Road  885-9369        your authorized Dealer |  We carry a complete line ol  Animal Feeds & Supplies  the growing people'  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD  731 NORTH R6AD    886-2912^  --5jc��. Evinruae  u * Salt Water LicencesaA^J  * Motel & Campsites * Water Taxi ^*mWm'  * Marine Repairs      * Ice and Tackle    M3-22M  Need this space?  i    t:()ASI   Nl w^  :'lS;V e.e   RH'e   WHO  uiet   Cottrell's Marine Service  SKll       SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  ���     HflK     Speclelliing In Merc. Outboard  rsmcommm*M'>     * *,,,n *'����� lebuildlng  DIVER W" Located at  BOAT        W      Smitty's Marina, Glbaons  HAULING        SHOPMe-7711    RES. MS-SaWj  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD  Burglary ��� Fire  ll  Music & Sound - Intercoms        Don Watson  RRI4S15C17    Bus. 88B-9U4  Gibsons. B.C.   Res. M6-3304V  -mewM V MARINE WAYS  mCefvrui/er      l boat moving r  [Mercury Outboards    W      power washing  Volv0 AB HADDOCK MARINE ltd,  Garden Bay, BC.     'g''      863-2811  f     Complete, Confidential, & Prolessional     "\  BUSINESS tt PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  HH|t ffaptr Hill       883-9911  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & "  Chrla Nappor 8863488  B.R.H4, S8, C7B,  yoibiHWia, B.C. VON 1V0  ining i  1 Beams      UjlakJ  Principal of Elphinstone, ex-  plained the new program for  trustees at the September 11  School Board meeting.  "It will be very flexible," said  Wilson. "Some students will be  working on the regular programs and some will be taking  correspondence courses. Each  student will be working out  their own program.  "We have 13 people now  who are interested in signing up  and we only expected about six.  It basically came about when I  talked to some of these people  as they came into school as if it  was a drop-in centre. Then I  began to think that's what they  do need, more of a drop-in kind  of approach. In Mission they  started a program like this and  initially expected about 15  students. They now have 1150."  "Two instructors have been  . hired through Continuing  Education," said Elson. "They  are making the program as flexible as they can by holding  classes three evenings, four  afternoons and two mornings  during the week. That, way  young single mothers or people  i who .are working will be able to  find the time to attend classes."  : Classes will be held in a portable classroom behind Elphinstone and except for a possible  minimal charge for textbooks,  will be free.  "How do you see these students fitting in to the overall  life of the school?" asked  Trustee Shawn Cardinall.  "That's an interesting question," replied Wilson. "It's  something we haven't really addressed yet. I would think,  given that the majority of the  young people I have talked to  are 17 to 19 years of age, they  want to get their courses, and  they are not interested in the  social life of the school."  "Are you looking at an upper  age limit?" asked Trustee Lynn  Chapman.  "No," replied WUson. "We  feel that it should be completely  open to all ages, from the secondary age population and on up  to adults of any age."  P  aEKpNATIONAl UAL                ^          "W  ,lTO9fSTATt SMVKf              fl*            ���  Senlots Consultant. Buying. Sailing                    efc^a-^    fl  Retirement Planning. LIST YOUR PROPERTY        ^mmWt*' fl  WITH EXPERIENCE ��� free Evalaatksn                      flt>\ M  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.               K~fl1  Sunnycrest Shopping Cenlre, Gibsons. B C VON 1V0   1 1^  fl  RESIM-71340FFICE:MU177VAN:IIMI11        J.R. (JIM) MUNRO  .  <jjt DOLLAR A BAG DAYS  wmfu              Tues., Sept. 18th &  yigflL/>         Wed., Sept. 19th  WffK     "* THRIFTY'S  MsXfci        GIBSONS {i-TJrt^  q=*7                             886-2488 or Box 598    DA Nil  :4f*fi-  WE WANT YOUNG IDEAS  WHICH WILL BENEFIT YOUTH  IN YOUR COMMUNITY!  The British Columbia Youth  Advisory Council provides  funds through the Youth  Grants Program to support  projects based on these ideas.  Applications are available from all Youth Council members,  MLA offices, Government Agents, and  Job Training Area Offices of the  Ministry of Advanced Education,  Training and Technology.  For more information, contact:  IM*  British Columbia  Youth Advisory Council  5th Floor, 1483 Douglas St.  Victoria, British Columbia  V8W 3K4  Phone: 387-6065  The Honourable Bruce Strachan  Minister Responsible for Youth  Ministry of Advanced Education,  Training and Techniileegy  PATTON CONCRETE ltd.  �����  is. ���.   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In established  subdivision. $47,900. 885-4421  140  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY���  B&J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930   IN DAVIS BAY   Peninsula Market 885-9721  -IN WILSON CREEK-  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  a.V,i.'����l     "���.    ��-e   The Knit Wit   Sunnycrest Mall  886-2717   DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  Gwen ami Liz (and Sandy, tool) will tw happy to  help you plact your Clasillled Ad it Peninsula  market, our Frltndly People Place In Davie Bay.  Custom-built cedar home.  Beautifully landscaped Vi acre,  basemenl and bar. close to  Madeira Park. Privale wilh wraparound sundeck. View ol Harbour. 883-9480 #39  Duplex on v. acre, Hallmoon Bay.  $135,000 Possible revenue  $1400 monlh. 8039-8041  Wildwood. 272-1115. #40  Gibsons. Gower Point's choicest  walerfronl. Panoramic view, Ve  acre. 581-2904. Surrey.      #38  CAMERON CONSTRUCTION  SERVICES  Home Pre-purchase &  New Work Inspections.  Specification Writing  886-8374  5.1 acres $59,000 close lo lerry,  1000' Road frontage, Hydro.  886-9049. #38sr  Pender Harbour view lol, serviced  to border, uncleared, $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095.        #41sr  Cochrane  Road.   Good,   large  building lot. Close to marina &  beaches. $27,500. 885-4501.  #39sr  Semi-waterfront lot by owner,  65x130, serviced, very nice area,  good fishing, 3 km lo village,  $35.000.885-2544. #40sr  Unique 3 BDRM, 3 BATH Home.  Spectacular view. Approx. 2500  sq. ft. 883-9418 - 988-4310.  #39sr  Best level lot on Southwood Road,  6/10 acre, school close by.  885-9323. #38sr  Lot 23 Central Rd., 50x105.  view, level, 3 km to ferry.  872-1064. #35ss  For sale by owner, <h acre lot on  Gibsons Bluff, fantastic view! Fully serviced, top access, to view  call 886-8757. #37ss  Gibsons Lot 13, 1 acre, Rosamund Rd., fronts Rosamund &  Fairvlew Rd. Zoned for mobiles &  R2 plus subdMdable, waler and  hydro, asking $60,000.  266-5626.266-2240. #38  Gibsons lol, Shaw Rd., ideal investment Icoation for a potential  duplex. 886-7668. #38  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, private, no reas. offer  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #40ss  $40,000 down buys you view lot  with 2 houses and $22,800/year  revenue. Owner will finance. Let  the rent do the rest. Total price  $179,000,886-8327. #39  8.  Property  Watertront Soames Point, 4  bdrm privale setting. <A acre,  pebble beach 8. moorage,  $289,000. MLS FMT. 886-7204,  685-3111(Van.) #39  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your otter. 886-2694  WON  1700sq.lt. PANABODE, rancher,  ocean view. Genuine bargain at  1120.000. Drive by 950 Cheryl  Ann Park Road (Lower Road  -Roberts Creek) and phone lor  appl lo view. 886-2694.   #40ss  Wanted: To buy or rent, serviced  lot for mobile home. 886-4663  eves. #39  Sun. Sept. 23 between 1 and 4  pm. 1058 Flrcrest Rd., Gibsons,  (off Pratt Rd.) lovely contemp. 3  bdrm. home in quiet lamily  neighbourhood. Priced lo sell  $114,800. For inquiries, Diana  Starbuck 886-8107 or 886-9408.  #38  Open House Sat.. Sept. 22 between 12 and 3pm, 845 O'Shea  Rd . Gibsons (access oil School  or Shaw Rd.) 'Perfect' new 4  bdrm. Cape Cod-style home in  area of new homes. Has It All!  Close to stores, transportation  and even has a view. $149,000.  #38  Ray & Suzanne Mahoney are  thrilled to announce the sale arrival ot their 1st grandchild  Chelsea Kay. Born Sept. 14 at  Burnaby General.  Precious daughter ol Martin  and Sarah, also proud grandparents Jean & Jack Cudworth  and greatparents Kay and Slim  Bernard, and Uncles Bernie, Ronnie, Simon, Ken and Aunties,  Fran, Linda & Rebecca and many  many Iriends. #38  VAUGHAN, DAVID L. Passed  away suddenly on Sept. 15 while  vacationing in Halifax, Nova  Scotia, David L. Vaughan, late of  Gower Point Road, at the age ol  68. Survived by his devoted family: loving wife of 45 years. Mavis;  his sons. Michael and Peter and  wile Dm; daughter Anna and  husband Lex Hanson; grandchildren Julia, Cambria and  Laura; and father-in-law Dudley  Carter. Funeral and graveside  service will be held at Forest  Lawn Cemetery, 3769 Royal Oak,  Burnaby. Pleae call Don Moriarty  at 299-7720 for date and time.  For the date ol a gathering of  friends al Ihe Vaughans' home,  please call Anna at 886-7405.  #38  The Beat Dea�� Aiwutd!  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREEH  "SuwSett"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER}  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS muit be       ��  PRE-PAID before insertion. -  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ;���  81500  S100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Y..UI led leMlee.iiKj 1 il,-... e.nly. will run 4 con  wrullve* wi'i'ks. tlit-ei will be* cancelled unless  V'iu instruct us lo renew II BY NOON  SATURDAY. IN..I available ie, commercial  .ulee'rtesers)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885-3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons 886*2622  FAX: 886-7725 Gibsons  885-3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Obituaries  VAN BIELERT: Passed away al  home on September 13, 1990,  Henry Van Bielert, late of Gibsons, age 85 years. Survived by  wife Penny, daughters Trudy  (les) Virag; Irene (Lou) Jewitt; 8  grandchildren; 5 greatgrandchildren; Penny's son Tarry  Newton and (laughter Beverly  Smith; grandchldren and greatgrandchildren; 1 brother and 5  sislers: many nieces and  nephews in the Netherlands, as  well as many friends. Service  Monday. Septembei 17 at 1 pm  in Ihe Chapel ol Devlin FUneral  Home. Gibsons. Cremation to  follow Remembrance donations  may be made to Ihe Cancer  Society. #38  GREGORY: Harry Palmer Gregory,  ot Roberts Creek, passed away  September 12, 1990. age 86  years. Predeceased by his first  wite My in 1974, survived by  bis loving lamily; wile Mary; son  Ian (Sally) Gregory; daughter  Jeanine (Walter) Dennis; 3  grandchildren Janet Burtnyk,  John and James Dennis; sister  Helen Pelletler; several nieces  and nephews. He will be greatly  missed by Mary's lamily and his  many Iriends in Roberts Creek.  Remembrance donalions may be  made to St. Mary's Hospital, interment Seaview Cemetery.  Memorial Service Tuesday,  September 18 at 2 pm in the  Chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons. #38  In Memorlam  In loving memory of Anne Davidson, who left us so suddenly  September 22, 1984. When we  are sad & lonely & everything  goes wrong, we seem to hear you  whisper 'Cheer up & carry on;  Each time we see your photo you  seem to smile and say. don't cry  I'm only sleeping, we'll meet  again someday. Ever  remembered by dad. brother &  sisters, nieces, nephews and a  multitideot friends. #38  Announcements  Davidson: Anne, September 22,  1984. September comes with  deep regret, a month lhat we  shall never forget We hold our  tears when we speak your name,  but the ache In our hearts remains the same. We miss you,  Anne, and always will. You left a  place no one can fill. Ever  remembered and sadly missed by  Dad, Wayne, Terrl, Sherri, Marty, Lynn, Bruce, Sara, Scott,  Leeanne and Judy. #39  Thank You  The Family and Child Services  staff from the Ministry ol Social  Services and Housing wish to express appreciation lo Sunshine  Coast residents who came forward In response to our request  lor foster parents. Thank you lor  your continuing support.      #38  Bouquets of Stars to the 'mystery  lady' who delivered 3 dozen red  gladlolas tor my daughter's wedding, il made our dayl Many  lhanks, Joy Smith. #38  Do you need some inlormation io  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Inlormation Service  885-5881; Mon. & Wed. 9-2:00  & some Fridays. #TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPV  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #39  Sunihlne Coait Ttiniltlon Howe  885-2944 - A sale place lor  women and children in crisis.  TFN  Michael Heimr Beglitirtd "  Massage Therapist  Massage, Reiki, Rebirthing  by appointment 888-7589  #40  The Terrace Restaurant at Bonniebrook Invites you to celebrate a  special occasion at the Sunshine  Coast's finest new restaurant.  #38  Announcements  UNITY CHURCH  You are welcome to join us in exploring Unity principles. Sunday  Study Group al 10am 4 Service at  11am. Also Inner-Power Group on  Tues. at 7pm. Call 886-9194 for  Inlo. TFN  Announcements  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR C0VERIN6S ltd.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Karate Classes In Sechelt for  adults, down to age 13, Mon. 4  Thurs. 7:30-9:30 pm. For inlo  885-6111. #38  Day t evteimt deuei by psychic  counsellor and healer. Gloria  Yates. 8 week Psychic Meditation  classes will start week of Sepl.  24th. 886-4929. #38  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  is offering  a wide selection of  FAU CLASSES  Come To The Store  For A Brochure &  REGISTER EARLY!  Teall Bay Mill. Sacheall  885-2725  Psychic Riadlngi  Phone Kalawna al 885-4883  MO  Industrial  First Aid  DAY CLASSES  Start Sept. 24  EVENING  CLASSES  Start Oct. 12  Call  Continuing  Idueatlon  885*2991  Qualified art instructor will give  classes and/or private tuition In  drawing, painting, all levels.  Reasonable rates. 886-3905. #40  Survival Wilderness First Aid  Course (34 hrs) Will be offered In  Gibsons, starting Oct. 23. For info call Eileen at 886-4943.  #39  Modco Acrylic Stucco  June Boe: 886-7955  #39  Hockey Playeri  Well established commercial team  with winning tradition needs experienced players. Speed & competitive spirit an assetl Call Dave  885-3295 days or 855-4546  evenings. #38  New Selection 01 Gift Ideas  ��� Silk Flowers  - Marble Stone  - Jewellery  ��� Clay Animals  For Old*  Times  ,Sqki  1095 Hwy 101 at Pratt Rd.  Gibsons 886-8261  Pro|ect Parent Sunihlne Coast  Offers two parenting programs,  10 weeks beginning 0ct./90  Wednesdays, Parenting 2 to 12  year olds, Thursdays. Parenteen  Relationships. Call 885-5881 to  register belore Sepl. 28.     MO  LOOKING FOR SHAKLEE PRODUCTS? Nutrition supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, skin  care. Mavis 885-7464. Dale  886-3805. #42  lor pain, muscle balancing, emotional work - call Valerie L.  Brolherton, RNC, Registered  Nutritional Conslt. 885-7033.  #40  Beginner and Intermediate bridge  classes available weekdays,  weeknlghts and weekends.  885-5552. Anytime. #40  KNITTING^  NEEDLEPOINT  X-STITCH  BEADS ft CRAFT  SUPPLIES  Tues. & Thurs., 10-4pm  450 Pratt Road  886*2910  Dine at Bonniebrook Terrace  Restaurant to en|oy specUcular  cuisine and ocean view  ��  i  POST SECONDARY EDUCATION  Affordable now lor young families  through Canadian Scholarship  Trust Plan. Concerned? Call  885-3147. M2  V  Leslie Ellett  DANCE  CraatM Dance  Classes lor 4 to 12 year olds  Beginning Sept. 27th & 29th  Gibsons United Church Hall  886-8044  Does someone in your lamlly have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  888-9903, 885-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection ol  beautilul  personalized  wedding  Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannles Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or  dlslunctlonal lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  TFN  CRIMINAL INJURIES  COMPENSATION  WORKSHOP  with Maria Valenzela Irom  Workers' Compensation  Board  Wed. Sept. 19 it 1:00 pm  at Community Services  Office, Sechelt  Sponsored by "The Leon  Information Services''  Call 865-5881  for turthw dataNt  Large 4 yr. old black cat, neut.,  lost Irvines Landing Garden Bay  Sept. 1, Reward. Irene  886-4989. #38  100' tape lost at Sechelt Marsh  around Aug. 31. 885-7259.  #38  Lost at Brothers Park, July 23, a  ladles purple jacket and a youth's  green pullover jacket. 886-8333.  #38  Long haired neut. male Persian  cat, black with white markings on  face & stomach, lour while paws,  called Starski, Iv. mess, lor Mrs.  Jurovlch, site 21. Reward  885-5937. #41  One inch narrow pale amethyst  crystal pendant, still attached to  small rock. Gold wire wound  around rock to attach lo neck  chain, near Sunnycrest Mall. Call  Myrtle 884-5263. #39  Small glasses for 5 or 6 yr. old.  Found at Gibsons Elementary  School crosswalk. 886-4746. #38  Car key no. 3741 found at  Henderson Rd. Mon., Sept. 10.  885-3498. #38  Found at Fall Fair, Sat., men's  navy windbreaker, men's black  jacket, please pick up at Coast  News, Gibsons. #38  Change purse lound on Cedar  Grove Rd. 885-2530. #38  &. livestock  dVIAGUS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Shar-Pei, wrinkled lawn pups  &600. Phone 886-7538 after  1:00pm. #40  3 Cute, black kittens are looking  lor a good Iwme. 886-4716  (days). MO  SPCA ADOPTION  Adorable cats I cute kittens  886-7313  Ktnot  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  OtiaeMy Farm 8 flarden  SawUfUd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SKA SPAYINQ PMMRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  609 Highway 101,  Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  &. livestock  eCanine consultant, ottering obedience & Intruder awareness  training. Reg Robinson.  886-2382.  TFN  Large, orange, neutered male  cat, well mannered lamlly pel,  Iree to good home. 883-2982.  #88  Beautilul American standard brad  chestnut trotter, 6 years, well  trained English style, gentle.  $2200 OBO. 885-5910.        #38  Calm Terrier pups. $200.  886-3134. #39  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  *  Ken DmlgWsb  886*2843  Alios, and men minimum age 15  needed lor Soundwaves Choir.  886-8026. TFN  String players, tympanlsl, percussionist, some brass players  needed lor Soundwaves Orchestra. 886-8026. TFN  Model FE-2 Yamaha Eleclone  organ, $3500 & Fender Gemini 2  guitar-, $175 OBO. 883-2239.  #39  Suzuki violin lessons, Katie  Angermeyer, teacher, registered  SAA. Beginners start October,  age 3 to adull. For Info 885-5539.  #39  Jean Pierre LeBlanc  Rockwood Centre 885-2522  #38  Upright piano In excellent condition. $1500. 885-3247 or  885-2235. #39  Violin Or Fiddle Instruction.  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  #42  Children's Ice skates, lllejackets.  888-2676. #40  4 harness counterbalance lloor  loom, 45". 886-9068.        #38  Utility trailer. Call In Ihe even-  Ings. 885-4876. #38  Room and board lor young man  between langdale and Sechelt.  886-7226. US  14" or 16" woodworking band-  saw. 886-2419. #38  GO'S,  TWO,  rMNTENOOQAMU  In good cond.  We rent  Nintendo Games  $1.50 per night  Small children's trlkes. bikes and  ride-em toys, lego, conslrux, doll  clothes, cars, trucks, etc. lor  small daycare. Quantity purchases prelerred. Usa 886-3070.  #38  Small Fischer woodstove, wanted  to borrow, lease, buy (cheap).  885-2144. #40  Rental ol camper van, sleeps 2,  Jan. to Mar., Cdlfornla and  return. 886-9796. #40  Free domestic oil lank never been  outside, clean inside. 886-2935.  - #38  .More Im goat manure lor your  flower garen - a truck or sack  full. 885-2819. #38  Garage Sales  Sat., Sept. 22, 10 an. 5703  Dolphin, Sechelt. Tods, elect, &  plumb supplies, timing tackle,  rec. vehicle goodies. #38  Sat., Sept. 22, 9-1. including  baby Items. 4717 Salmon Or. (dl  Surf Circle) #38  i Coast News, September 17,1980  21.  (jatacee Sales  Sept. 22, 10-2pm, 1491 Russell  Rd. (across Iron Coastal Tire).  #38  Sat.. Sun., Sept. 22 & 23,  l0-2pm, 2 family sale, 6334  NotwestBayRd. #38  554 4 566 Marine Dr. Gibsons. 8  Books, renovation, turniture,  tods etc. 9:00 am. Sept. 22 &  23rd. #38  216 Granview Heights Rd., Gibsons Sept. 23rd. 11:00 a.m.  #38  Barter 1 Trade  Swap or Baiter 2 yr. dd mule  gelding. 883-2977.  T t S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsdl mixed-Hog Fuel  By ihe yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Speed Oueen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 alter 6 pm.  #40sr  Men's R/H goll clubs, Spalding  Elite, 3 to P/W plus excecutive  melal woods, 1,3,5. used one  year, $300. 885-5858 or  886-9078. #41sr  HAY $4.00/bale  FRESH ORGANIC VEGETABLES  STEWING CHICKENS $1.00/ea.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  104140 Tmdo Square  tlaeMiInd TriPeSolol  885-4888  Auto, AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hl-comp speakers,  $275. 885-4151, 885-7950.  #41sr  2000 sq. It. green melal roofing,  26 gauge, Hashing & screws,  $2000.886-3457. #40s  Patrick green mohair picker,  carter/w 2 drums. 886-9068.  #38  Gibson 220V almond clothes  dryer, $125; early Cdn. ant.  birds eye maple spindle back  rocking chair, $350. 886-3675.  m  Foozeball table with extra men 1  parts, $195 OBO. Call 885-7576,  11am-1pmor5pm-7pm.     TFN  For Sale V. ton p/u  load, spill & delivered. $75.  885-5032. #38  Walerbeds: 1,klngslze. 1 queen-  size, wilh accessories, Lowry  organ, hutch. 886-2864.     #38  Primer Epson comp. $125; med.  sized dog house, $65.886-7089.  #38  Fireplace insert 'Elmira' 1400  serin, heartmount. $e500 OB 0.  886-9115 #40ss  Apt. size range, $150; dd  fashioned bathtub, relinished,  $800: baby change table, $30.  Strdlee 3-way buggy, $75.  886-7406. #38  Deluxe exerciser - As New. $195.  2 Pes. foam rubber, 4"x73x24,  4"x11x69.885-5200. #39  GE washer, white 2 speed,  multicycle, w/extra rinse $329;  Viking washer, white, 1 speed,  $279; Gibsons Venus 16' almond, 2 dr FF. fridge, L-hand  door. Like new. $479.:  Westlnghouse H.G. 15'FF Fridge  $389; GE Medallion 70 16' white  2 door, FF $479; Cddspot HG  20r, 15' 32"W. $387; Maytag,  avocado dryer $767; Kenmore  heavy duty, white dryer, Fabric  master (soft heat) $279;  Whirlpool 30" almond, self-clean  stove, $539: Viking copperton,  30" stove, sell-clean, $359;  Simplicity (dduxe) 2 speed, 2 cycle, H. Gdd washer, $287. All recond. and guaranteed lor 90 days  lo 2 years. Comer Cupboard,  885-4434, Bjorn, 885-7897. #39  Will buy used or non-working major appliances. 885-7897.    #39  Great deal. Brand new, air tight  fireplace, heats 1000 sq. It. CSA  approved. $355.885-4899   #39  Large oak desk $100; Exec, chair  $35; Small Iruck canopy $100;  Fischer stove $200. 885-5458.  #39  Oueen sized waterbed - $150;  King size wodrest mattress cover  $200. 886-9777 alter 7:30 pm.  #39  SATELLITE SALES  Gteen Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  White moulded fibreglass  bathtub. $100.886-4743.  #40s  Cast-iron wood stove, $150. Girls  bike, $40.883-2783. #39  Twin bed, beer Iridge, kitchen  lable & chairs. 885-2777. Alter 6  pm. #39  Champlcn juicer, like new. $250.  883-9432 #39  Elec. power lawn mower, near  new, $130, hand lawnmower,  $30; electronic Bontempi organ,  $110; elec. leaf blower, $85.  883-2903. #38  20 gal. aquarium with all the extras. $75: CCM exercise cycle,  $50; stereo cabinet, $25.  886-7072. #40  Skateboard, $30; soccer shoes,  size 5, $25; track shoes, like  new, size 6, $35; Texas Instrument computer; toys; music;  math; spelling, $20 ea.  885-7105. #40  Big red Honda & Irailer, gd. lor  acreage, hunting. 885-7365.  #40  Rough lumber for decking, siding  8, fencing. 886-9422. #40  Mobile dimension sawmill, mod.  128, $9000. 886-9422 or  886-2669. #40  4x8 Utility Trailer, wired, exc.  cond.; also 12' aluminum boat  wilh notation tanks, $750 lor  both. 865-7815. #39  King-size waterbed with mirrored  headboard, cheap, $350.  886-7652. #39  Antique dining room suite, Call  886-3411 aft. 6pm. #39  Pool table 4 access.; misc. toys  (Radio Shack racecar, hockey  game, 'remote control cars).  886-8661.     ��9  PEG IMG  For wood dimensional stabilization. $2/lb. Tim 886-8218.   #39  38" wheels. 34"x30" lilt table,  5 HP, 3PH motor, bands, $1300.  TlmSSt-8218. ��9  Builders survey level. Kern GKO  split bubble tripod & rod, $350;  new vinyl double glazed vertical  slide window, 2'6"x3' high,  $100; misc. copper & ABS plumbing pipe 8 fittings. 886-4743.  #40  INDI8P0SA1LE COTTON  DIAPERS Best fitted cotton  diaper. Mona 888-7844.      #40  Speed Queen washer & dryer,  asking $400 lor pair, clean, In  gd. cond.886-7391. #40  Sda 8. chair, colonial style,  flower pattern, $350. 886-7122.  #38  Hlde-a-bed, exc. cond., beige,  small pattern, $300. 886-3814.  #38  5 HP tiller, $300 OBO. or trade lor  turniture. 886-8381. #40  Moffat elec. range, Whirlpool  Iridge, Westlnghouse port,  dishwasher, all working, $100  ea. 886-8310. #38  2 sets garage doors, $375 ea.  10 #38  Valour couch & chair, coflee table  & 2 end tables. 686-4641.    #38  Nurses uniform, size 14 $10.00;  RCA, VCR camera $750; 1976  Ford truck $850; Boy's skates,  size 11, new $45; size 13 $25.  885-7093. #40  Simplicity automatic washer in  good working order. $75.  885-3498. #40  Magnavox (portable) CD player  -programmable, home slereo  adaptable. C/W RCA cords,  phones, AC/DC and two jacks.  Sounds Great - Like New! $300.  886-8923. #40  Seasoned firewood $100 a cord.  888-4599. #38  Single bed, box spring 8 mattress, gd. cond.. $50.685-4576.  #38  Snap on tods Ve drive socket set  with exlras. $600. 883-9676.   #40  Kale Salel Flowering Kale lor  winter colour. 1685 Tyson,  Sechelt. #40  Admiral electric stove, good  cond. Besi Oder. 885-3655.  #40  Finders    &  Keepers w  \WE'K MOVIHtl]  Te Our New Lxatlen  Hallway Dawn Hwy. 101  j*jj*j From DoVrtoi  Antiques. ,  r Collectibles  886-4551  Opan Oct. 1st  7 Pee. dining room suite, 5  chairs, table with 2 leaves, but  lei, $350. 4 Drawer dresser $50,  4 Drawer dresser and matching  dressing table with mirror. $100  885-4143. #38  Beautiful, antique Japanese  kimonos. Large, colourful hand'  .painted Japanese cotton banner  11x7'. 886-2513. #40  Fischer Poppa Bear woodstove.  $450.886-3287. #38  Osbourne wood heater, excellent  condition $400. Queen-size futon  sola bed $175. Small black &  while TV $50. 886-2676.     #38  Hunters, 6 wheel drive ATV (all  terrain vehicle) 886-9346 after  4:30. #40  Near new dinette set - Wood  finish. C/W leal, 4 upholst.  chairs, gray 8 blue. $275. Eves.  886-2491. #40  Small boat trailer. Mint condition.  8-14'886-8325. #38  Attractive gold brocade chesterfield and chair $195; 4 kitchen  chairs with extension table. All  chrome legs and padded seats  $80. Smith Corona electric  typewriter. 885-5583. #40  Beautiful organic tomatoes. Only  70'/lb. 886-4599. #38  Chesterlield & chair with maple  accents, burgundy $500; Zenith  19" Colour TV wilh remote control. $250; Rocker/recliner,  $150; All above in excellent condition. Phone 886-2673.      #38  18' Shake machine, auto-elect:  24; laper shake machine; trimmer, rundler box, tighlner, etc.  883-1122, Rob. #40  18a.  Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT ��  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachment available  DAV, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538.  #38  16' steel dumpttuck box. new  hoist cylinder and pump, plus  sawdust extension box.  886-7064. #41ss  yjSm "Catty's  f[^mC8tCan"m.  ^Guaranteed. More ttft  lor your Car when Cleaned^  '79 Toronado - loaded - over  $1500 recent work. $4300.  886-8779. #38  1979 LeBaron (green), as is.  $1300.883-2808. #38  74 Dalsun, $400. 886-3885.  #38  74 Dodge stretch window van,  heavy hitch. Arthur 885-9859.  #38  1980 Chev Van 305 Vi Ion. trailer  hitch. PS/PB cruise tilt. ait.  slereo. $3700. 1983 Aries  wagon, auto., PS/PB, 35-40  mpg. $3300.886-2945.       #38  1978 Dodge Aspen. 6 cyl., auto.,  gd. cond., low mileage, $750  OBO. 685-3768. #38  1978 Dodge Aspen. 6 cyl., auto.,  gd. cond., low mileage, $750  OBO. 885-3768. #38  1973 VW station wagon, clean,  California, $2000. 885-2293.  #39  1975 VW Rabbit. Runs well, good  transportation, some rust. $850.  OBO 885-9369,885-1928.    #39  '83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. auto,  $3000 OBO. 885-3790.     #40ss  1973 Pinto wagon, economical 4  cylinder, automalic. runs good  $750.885-7331 #39  1972 Volvo 144. 4 Dr.. aulo.  transmission. Good condition.  Clean. $1250.885-7331.     #39  '82 Volvo SW. Overdrive, exc.  condition, inside & out. $7500.  885-3790. #40ss  1977 Celica GT liftback, stereo,  good condilion. $1650. OBO.  886-8685 evenings. #39  1963 Riviera. 1973 Riviera, 1979  Dodge Ramcharger. For information phone 885-7553. #39  1980 Chev Monza 3.8L, sld.  Good cond. $1600. OBO.  886-7424. #40  1974 Firebird 400, aulo., PS/PB.  Fast and clean $2800 firm.  886-8407 evenings. #40  87' Jelta, 60,000 km, 5 sp.,  AM/FM cass., snows, 2 year  warranty remaining. $6500.  8885-4794. #40s  1972 Cortina, reliable $500.  886-8510. #36  73 Ford van. 6 cyl. auto. $700  OBO 886-3627. #40  1982 Ford EXP, 2 Dr.. H/Back,  sunroof, auto, good tires. Exc.  cond. $4000.885-4075.      #40  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Ante Parts  and Tewing  888-2020  TFN  1980 Chev Malibu, 91,000 miles,  6 aulo, good shape, $1750 OBO.  883-9423. #38s  1983 Aries wagon. 130,000 kms.  35-40  m/p/g,   exc.  cond.,  sacrifice $3500 firm. 886-2945.  #401  '87 Jetta, 60,000 km, 5 sp.,  AM/FM cass., snows. 2 yew  warranty remaining. $9000.  885-4794. #408  1979 Ford T/blrd, lots ol new  parts, $1900 OBO. 885-1943.  #38ss  1962 Chrysler. 4 door, HT. 361,  V8, push-button auto, trans.  "Juke Box Dash" Really nice  condition but needs a little work.  Make an oiler! 883-9450 evenings. #39  72 VW bug, $1600, as Is, greal  lor parts, offers. 866-4788.  #38  1984 Nissan Stanza, lux. 4 du,  aulo., air., power sunrool, loaded, new tires 8 brakes, no rust,  very clean, low miles, $7400.  886-2575. #38  1981 Pontiac, tuns well, gd.  tires. $1200.886-6046.      #40  '80 Austin Mini, gd. cond.,  $1500.Phone 886-7848.     #40  1986 Fotd Tempo, $4700 OBO.  683-2906. #40sr  1985 Toyota Tercell, auto., good  cond., $5500. 885-4520 eves.  #40sr  1973 Mustang Legrande, 302  auin, gd. rubber, solid body.  $1400.885-2207. #36sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #36sr,  1978 Buick Skylark, 4 dr. 305  aulo., reliable trans. $650.  885-7113. #39sr  '67 Volvo 123 GT, new molor,  new brakes, new interior. $3500  OBO. 885-3912. #39ss  1977 Hornel S/W. reliable  transportation, runs well. $650.  885-5727. #40  1981 Chrysler, 2 dr. Cordova  Special Edition, low mileage, exc,  cond., $5850. 885-3651 or  885-3960. #40  '68 Malibu. Iresh 350 4 sp.. high  performance cam, 12 boll, mint  in and oul, too much to list, must  see, Dale 886-4735 oi 886-2723,  $4900. '40  * Ton Dodge Iruck. 4 Spd. 360  1974 model. 81.000 miles. Exc  cond. $2700.885-9656.      #40  1976 Chev Iruck. $2700 or with  camper $3900.883-2907.    #40  1986 Ford F250 4x4,6.91 diesel,  low kms. Super cab. $14,500.  885-1949. #41ss  1981 Chev. auto. Decent,  reliable, must sell. $3975. offers.  885-7331.1 #40  1970 Clwv step van. 292 motor,  camperlzed, economical  motorhome, $2500 OBO.  888-7084. #38  '80 Toyota PU, mechanically OK,  rusty body, $300. 686-8263.  #40  1981 Chev pickup, gd. cond  $3800 OBO. eves. 885-2557.  #40  1980 GMC 6 passenger Van. VI  into,, sunrool, $2000  886-7048. '38  1975 Ford cabover 5 Ion Reefer.  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #38sr  '84 Nissan kingcab, canopy, exc.  cond., 5 sp., 68,000 mi., new  rubber, $6200 OBO. 886-4664  #38sr  1984 Chev 4x4, 6.2 I diesel.  automatic hubs. 5 sp. aulo. 2  tanks, tilt, AM/FM cassette,  canopy, good cond., $11,000  OBO. Phone 886-3940.     #40sr  1990 F-250HD 4x4 XLT Larial,  fully loaded with 460 5 speed,  dual tanks, skid plates, tew  pkg.. alum, box liner. Cabernet  red with with grey interior. $4500  km., $22,000 883-2126.   #40s  '67 Chev Vi ton. 6 cyl., 3 sp..  $800.885-2836 #40s  '87 Dodge Dakola wilh cellular.  Make an offer 886 81111   #38ss  '88 S10 pickup. 5 spd . shoil  box. extended warranty, $7500  886-3885 #38  77 Ckxlge <h ten P/U slant 6^  new 3 spd. standard trans..  $2500 OBO 886-9210 or mess.  886-2058. #38  '86 Ford Ranger 4X4, ext. cab.  70,000 kms., $8000. 885-7401.  #38  1989 Custom Ford Ranger, tew  kms, extras, $9500. 883-2977.  #38  1976 F250 4X4.302 stand. Runs  Good, $4995. 885-2575.  ... #38  1970 Chev step van. 292 Motor,  camperlzed, economical  motorhome, $2500 OBO.  886-7084. #38  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuill  engine, new brakes, ball., tires.  $3000 OBO 885-5896 eves.  #41ss  1990 F150 Supercab 4X4. short  box SLT Lariat loaded, matching  canopy boxliner, 800 kms..  886-4577 days 886-3767 eves.  Brent. #40  1980 24' "Holiday" travel  trailer, hot water, forced air furnace, fridge shower, awning, 5  radials, 30 Ib. propane tanks.,  battery charger, sleeps 6. $7750.  885-4143. #38  19' Security travel trailer, fridge,  stove, sink, shower, toilet, sleeps  6. Good condition. $2900.  886-2676. #40  1975 Dodge, 54 Passenger bus  motorhome, shower, toilet,  fridge, slove, propane forced air  furnace ksyslems monitor, power  convenor. Nicely finished interior  (cedar) all work done to  motorhome standards. Needs  paint and some small repairs.  Zinc alloy body. No rust. Truck in  good condilion. Musl be seen  884-5313. Message only. Besi  offer by 23rd up te $7000.  #38  24' Frontier Class C Molorhome.  roog and dash air. dual gas. till  cruise, low mileage, very clean.  $18,900,685-3114. #39  20' Travel Trailer good condition,  lully loaded, propane heal.  Iridge. slove & hot waler tank.  Sleeps 6 - $2400. 298-5215. #39  LET'S TALK  MONEY  let's gel logelliei and sell  youi RV11111I II we can't sell  il we'll buy it. Free Appraisnl  and pickup .mywlieie  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTO.  tall fee. 1-800-663-4234  1)7363  Campers  1973 VW camper in gd. run.  cond , $1000 OBO 886-3703  #38  79 VW camper, new CVs. KY6  gas shocks, many new items.  $3500 885-3912. #39ss  21' Kuslom Coach Iravel Irailer.  sleeps 6, lully contained, exc.  cond.. must see. $5500 OBO.  886-3280 or 886-9020.       #39  18' Holidaiie 73. exc. cond..  asking $4800. 886-4813.     #39  23.5' Fiberglass C Lie. crab boat,  needs work. Boat $2000, Lie.  $250 a loot 886-2942      Miss  14' C licenced liberglass cod  boal New motor Call 883-9234.  #41ss  14' Aluminum boal with 6 HP  Johnson motor. $875. 885-4421.  #40  17' K&C hardtop wilh 65 Mercury. $2000.883-9004.       #40  I3'4" Giegoi with 25hp Merc,  oars. $3250. 885-4143.       #38  32 FT. SAILBOAT  Custom Built  Well Equipped  READY TO CRUISE!  call 886-3433  $14,900  Trade For  What Have You  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condilion. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Yesl There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  For Sale: Float wilh building.  886-8058. #37sr  'Carloda. N' 43' D-licence packer  $28,000.  K.  Farrell 685-1126  weekends or gen/del. Egmont.  #34sr  30' disp. cruiser. 340 Chry. dual  hyd. str.. live bail tank. VHF/CB,  stereo, sounder, $7950 OBO.  885-2814.885-2515.       #40sr  18' Sangsler 120 hp 4 cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond  $4250 OBO. 886-9047.     #40sr  'McBelh' 45' ollslioie ketch,  7000 Aiiiohelni. Iracks accurate  courses, from Loran automatically. Exlra heavy sleel construction,  examine slip B10 Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830. #40s  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner Irailer. elc.  exc cond.. $5900 lirm.  886-8382. #40s  25' Apollo 225 Merc. I/O  w/traller, $12,500 OBO  883-9440. #33sr  Endurance 35' Pilot House Cutter  aulo helm. Loran C video lish  finder. 5 sails, slereo. diesel  engine & slove, Slip B-23 Gibsons Maiina. 886-9696.    #37ss  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  wilh Chrysler hemi. well-  equipped with or without C  licence 883-9555. #37ss  1974 Vanguard 5th wheel, 32',  air cond., exc. cond.. |2I 30 Ib  propane lanks. $9500 OBO.  886-8191 #39  1981 Ford Econoline van. 57.000  miles, engine, PS/PB, cruise.  air., lully camperized. Settee. 2  tables, sink, stove. Iridge. toilet.  holding tanks, lurnace, convener  hoi water, Michelin lires. trailer  hitch, exc. cond.. $13,500  886-2155. #39  1976 Vanguard 32' 5lh Wheel,  many extras, exc. cond.. to view  see Irv alt. 5:30pm, 1008 North  Rd.. Gibsons, $14,000 OBO.  #39  1976 29' Trophy 5th Wheel, gd.  living accom., road worthy, setup  in Wilson Creek. Phone & cable  hookup, $7500 OBO. 885-5503.  #39  13' Trailer and 15' Camper. $500  each OBO. Needs work.  885-3313. #39  Winter Vacation? This extended  1979 Ford Van has all the luxuries ol a summer home, Hush  toilet, shower, fridge with  freezer, oven 8 so on, exc.  cond., $10,500. 886-9194  #40  42' Cruisealiome house boal.  sleeps 9. exc. cond.. $29,500  OBO. 885-1943. #38ss  MV. Blacklist). 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck. Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/90,  lealuiing new Swann aulo. an-  Choi pkg., new LMS, 200 w/  1.01,111 C. new lenders 8 brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgiid. new handrails. Hush  mount Fishon icd holders (5|  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  #3888  22% II Fibielorm 165 Merc I/O  loo much to list, ready lo lish,  $5500 886-8779. #38  1974 Bayliner. 24'. $10,000  883-2661. *38  20' Spencer wilh cabin, toilet.  sink. V bunks, new upholstery.  new CR. 9 9 Johnson elec start,  heavy duly nailer. $2500.  883-9979 #38  22'H/T cruiser, 225 OMC. VHF,  sounder, ball lank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim labs. 425 hours,  mooiage till Aug. 91. $6200.  886-4690. #39ss  34' 'A' licence gillnetter, 2 nels,  $65,000 lirm. 883-9307.     #39  28' Tandem boat Irailer, 1972  Vanson, exc cond., like new,  used in Iresh water only. Includes  all access.. $3200 OBO.  885-5503. #39  17' Day sailer, 3 sails, 6 HP.  sounder, moorage, 'til Ocl.  $2000 OBO. Rob 886-8526.  #38  12ft'   Boston   Whaler  style,  comes wilh trailer, 20 HP Merc.  $1500 firm. 886-4733 evenings.  #40ss  M.C.MM.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  Mft-Mll  dflk  1979 - 16' Sangster runabout.  Full camper top. walk thru windshield. 100 HP Johnson. OB,  Galvanized trailer. Good cond.  $3800 886-9452. #39  "Quest" is lor sale. 27' Gall topsail cutter, 5 sails. 9.9 Yamaha 4  stroke outboard. $9500 OBO  Phone 886-8724 evenings.   #39  24' "A" licence gillnetter, 2  nels, $65,000 firm. 883-9307  #39  Wanted: 17-18' boat with walkthrough window, outboard motor  and trailer, also 14' alum, boat  7.5 lo 10 HP Honda 885-9336.  #39  14' Aluminum boal and Irailer,  15HP Johnson. $1100. OBO.  885-7251. #39  16'Calglass 70 HP Evinrude. Full  canvas, well maintained c/w ski  equipt. anchor, depth sounder.  $2800. OBO evenings.  886-8685. #40  Zodiac inflatable, near new life  boat, including detachable  wheels tor easy transport, oars  and loot pump. $650. depth  sounder with graph, $45.  883-2903. #38  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services 886-2246.   #38  VHS marine radio Seavox-25, 25  W. including marine fibreglass  antenna, $150.886-4743. Miss  14' Mirro cralt alum, with 1989  Mariner 9.9 HP and 4.5 Merc  kicker with gal. trailer, all in exc.  shape. $2200 lirm plus extras.  885-5951. #38  22.6' Sangster, 302 Ford  rebuild, 886 leg, new manifolds,  exlra props. V-berth. stove, ice  box. sink, $9000 OBO  886-8443. #40  VS anted te) Kpt  Mature, reliable couple, no pais.  N/D seek 2 bedroom, furnished  home lor 6-8 months. Rtls.  885-7794 #40  Carpenter looking lor accommodation or house silting. Oct. to  March. Neat. N/S, no pets. Rtls.  885-4036, (98  Responsible couple with 1 child  seeks 3 bedroom house or (own  house in Gibsons. 886-3931.139  3 days a week, tang term, non-  drinker Days 884-5355.      .US  Christian lamily needs 3 bdrm.  home Oct. 1 Gibsons. Fxc rels.  Phone 850-1848. #38  Responsible mature couple with 1  child wishing to rent or Mm  clew 3 plus bedroom Muse,  Langdale to Davis Bay. Plwe  8864086 131  Couple with 28' travel trail* wish  to rent space on property between Gibsons and Oavis Bay require access lo power, waler aid  sewer/septic 1-850-4813.   #38  Couple with one well-betiaved  child seek 2-3 bdrm. home lor  Oct. 1. Prefer Selma Park area  885-9080. mess. #39  Father & daughter looking lor 1  bdrm. accommodation. N/S N/D.  exc. rels., Gibsons aria.  886-7847.  #39  2-3 bdrm. clean home In Pender  Harbour, 2 resp. adults, no  children, refs. 883-9351.     #39  Quiet older retired woman, requires t or 2 bedroom house, cottage or suite. Furn. or unturn.  Ocl 1 or Nov. 1st. 885-7640 #39  Professional couple, no cnildren  or pets, seek 2 bedroom house.  ASAP. Gibson/Sechnlt. Long or  short term. Good rels. available.  Telephone 266-1810 (Vancou .er)  #39  Single person, small house, quiet  spot, maximum $200.886-7592.  #39  Do you have the perfect lamlly  house lor our lamlly? 2-3  Bedrooms, In the Roberts Creek  area, with privacy & a view. Exc.  rels. 885-5189. #38  19' Reinell. rebuilt motor and leg,   ciearlight Dance needs studio for  lull canvass, spare prop., very  private lessons and small groups.  fast, $3200 OBO. 886-2976.  #40sr  live-In would be ideal. Ideas? CaH  Hope 885-9611. #40  Mobile Homes   II Rfd K Br���UUst  OPEN HOUSE. Sunday. Sepl. 23.  1-4 pm. Selma Visla Mobile Park.  1983 Komfort trailer 34' full  bathroom etc. As New. $16,750.  885-3688. #38  Bed & Breakfast close to terry.  886-3134.  HAVE YOU GOT  $2000.00  or car. boat as down-  payment? You can own a  new 2 or 3 bedroom home  with MAP OAC. Plus we will  pay your rent for 1990. II  you bring this ad In.  597-3322  Rocket house Irailer. $495.  883-2661. #38  1977 Frontier Class C, 68,178  kms.. sleeps 6. 3 way Iridge,  lorced air furn., 4 burner stove.  w/oven, hoi water, TV antenna,  cruise. $14.995.885-3939. #38  1200 sq. ft. double wide on landscaped lol in lamily orientated  park, two full baths, wood stove,  washer, dryer, Iridge, stove and  drapes incl. Covered 10' by 30'  deck wilh ocean view. 885-5890.  #39  Coachman travel Irailer, 1978  super exc. cond., skirting included, balh 8 tub, living room,  Iridge & stove. 2 beds. $6500.  885-4032 #40  Motorcycles  In Slock al  EN MAC  cycle  Oil Filters, Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear. elc.  Phone Jay it 888-2031  K  1986 KX125. Re-Built. $1350.  885-9557. #38sr  '81 Kawi 1000J Header, good  lubber. Like new. Fast.  885-5492. #38sr  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.  cond.. 1000 kms.. asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690.  #40s  1983 Honda Shadow. 750 cc, lor  parts. $125 OBO. 886-9066.  #40ss  Easy learner: '82 Kawl 250. belt  drive. $700; Thumper 76XT 500  Enduro, $850.886-8315.     #39  '84 Honda Sabre, V65,1100 cc.  $3000 OBO. 886-2264.     #40ss  81'XR200 Motorbike. New back  tire. $500. #39  "85" CR250 - runs exc. must  see, must sell! $1100. Dale  886-4735 or 886-2723.       #40  1 Bdrm. mobile, furnished;  Sechelt area. Avail, immed.  $650.885-7940. #38  2 Bdrm. duples. bungalow style;  Redrooffs area $700. 272-1115  for inlo. #40  Gibsons. 2 bdrm. view suite. N/S  $650/monthly. No pets.;  886-4773. #��'  Malure person wanled to share!  view home in Davis Bay. $350/M  a HT 8 damage dep. Ruth  885-7233. #40;  1 Bedroom watertront suite, fur-;,  nlshed, Madeira Park. 883-9177.-:  #40>  2 Bedroom, watertront home with  dock, garage. 4 appl., turniture.  Adults only, no pets. rels. req.  Enquire al Ihe Pender Harbour  paper Mill. #40  Cosy 3 bedroom, view home in  Hopkins Landing. Close to terry.  Available No. 15 on a yearly  basis. Relerences and deposit  necessary. Inquiry necessary. Inquire at 886-7574 eves or early  am. #40  1 Bdrm. in house, $200/mo. lor  working lemale. 686-8309 alt.  6pm. #38  3 Bdrm. collage in Roberts Creek  lo retired person/couple.  Reasonable renl in exchange lor  gardenlng/yardwork. Park-like  setting near beach. 885-3308.  #40  Bedroom lor rent with shared accommodation in large new house.  $600, unfurnished. $650, lurnished, per monlh. Gibsons  886-8952 alter 7 pm #40  3 Bdrm. house wilh basemenl, 1  block to Lower Gibsons Available  lor Immediate occupancy. N/S  886-4994. #38  MUMS - NIW Duplex Hall.  Tastefully decorated, all appliances and blinds. Available  Ocl. 1st. 298-5215. #39  Olfice space with ad(oining  bachelor suite. Together or  separate rates negotiable.  886-4880. #40  2 Bdrm ground level suite,  suitable tor quiet lemale who enjoys seclusion i waterfront.  $450.886-4880. #38  Pender Harbour, semi-lurnished  2 bedroom mobile homes. From  $400 to 1500 P/Monlh plus  utilities. 683-2424. #40  Large boat shed, 60x30.  883-112. #40  aMMM^A> 22.  Coast News, Septembr 17,1990  3 Bedroom waterfront cottage on  15 acres in Roberts Creek.  Privale. turn, laundry.  WOODHEAT. Availa. immed.  S900/MO Rels. 224-2656 pager  650-3091. #37  Roberls Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parlies, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  1 bdrm. house, lurnished. $500.  883-9110. #38  Unlurn. waler view. 1 person  bach suile avail. Ocl. 1. N/S, no  pets, Gibsons area. $550.  886-7021,732-7731. #38  Available Sepl. 15. 2 bdrm,  house. Hillcresl. $550.685-1744  collecl. #38  2 bdrm. Irailer. lurnished. Gibsons. Call 886-8128. #38  2 bdrm. view home avail. Cel. 1,  Lower Gibsons. $750. 885-7950  eves. 885-41519-5 pm.      #39  Walerfronl 3 bdrm. older house.  Pender Harbour, available Oct. 1.  883-9446 leave message.     #38  Prolessional lemale. N/S. no  -pets, no children, seeks room-  male for 2 bdrm. house Roberls  :creek. All appls. renl $400 per  Tnonlh plus ft utils. 885-6035.  #38  New 3 bdrm. 2 bath. home. 5  appl. N/S. avail. Oct. I,  $850/mo. Randy alt. Bpm.  885-5623. #39  MINI-STORAGE  886-8628  #42  754 Hwy. 101 Gibsons  Condo - New  2bdrm. 2full balhs. wraparound  sundeck. close te all amenities,  $850/mo, lease only 685-1744  collecl. #39  3 bdrm. home, must be clean  quiet and responsible, no dogs,  avail. Oct. 1, $795/mo. incl.  hydro & cable. 886-3129.  #39  2 bdrm. ocean view apart. Davis  Bay. approx. 1000 sq. ft., avail.  Oct. 1, $600 plus utils. Dave  792-8731. #39  insulated workshop and/or  stbiag'e space. Also monthly RV  site wilh hook-up or seasonal  storage. East Porpoise Bay area.  885-5280. #39  3 Bedroom rancher, 1 ft baths, 5  appl., FP, double garage, lully  landscaped, Marion Pic. Quiet,  cul-de-sac. 886-9777 .between  8810 pm. #39  Beautilul waterfront cottage, furnished, 3 bedroom on Redrool  Road. N/S, no pets. Oct 1 te  Mid-May. Only $550. Phone  872-7787 (Vancouver) alter 6:00  pm. #38  3 bedroom house Madeira Park.  883-9110. #40  1 bdrm. semi-furnished suile  Marine Dr. Gibsons. $700 incl.  Hydro, also 2 bdrm. unit, $800.  1-534-2056.  #38  Room lor Rent or Bed & Breakfast  886-9778 eves. #99  Shared accommodations  S350/mo. plus partial utils., Gibsons. Oct. 1.886-8277.      MO  One room with semi-private  bathroom, Roberts Creek  886-3994. #40  New 1700 sq. It. view home, Gibsons, 3 large bdrms.. 2ft balhs.  2 car carport. 1-921-6751.   #40  MINI STORAGE  885-2081  #40  Clean dry secured storage. 10x20  loot. $125/mo 886-8628     #39  Renlal through semi-turn. 2  bdrm. cabin, 10 min. Irom  Sechell avail. Ocl. 1-July 1.8500  plus utils. suit single lemale.  596-1968. #39  Furnished 2 bdrm.. exc. view  Marine Dr.. Granlhams. avail.  Ocl. 1. 886-3525 or 988-9402  and Iv. mess. #38  Selma Park beach Iront 2 bdim.  lurnished  house.   4  appls..  sundeck. wood heal, $700 plus  utils. no pets, rets. 885-7016.  #39  1 bdrm  cabin, private beach,  Sechelt. $385.885-5713.    #38  1 bdrm. mobile, lurnished,  Sechell area, avail, immed.  $650.885-7940. #38  Pipeline construction workers,  room & board, non  smoker/drinker. 886-7338. #38  Room lor rent - 4 nights a week.  $275/mo. N/S. Rbts. Ck. area.  885-3600. #38  Person to share house with single  working parent. Central location  in Gibsons, non-smokers only,  $350/mo. includes Hydro.    #38  Sleeping room, walerfronl home,  private 2 piece balh, avail, immed.. $375/mo. 886-3525 or Iv.  mess. 988-9402. #38  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  * Screen potential renters  * Do moving-in inspection  * Arrange for mainlenance  & repairs  * Collect the rent &  damage deposit  * Disburse rent monies to  owner  * Do moving-out inspection  Avoid al the hassles and pro-  blemi, and lor |usl a pittance,  cal the Property Management  Expert, Stem Sawyer at  886-2277.  Entertainment  r   smh-  Tour the last accessible old  growth forest on the Sunshine  Coast. Full or half day hikes and  vehicle only lours. 885-5105  sponsored by Ihe Tetrahedron  Alliance. Voluntary donalions.  Entertainment  4-1  TRAVEL  ^./CONSULTANT  For busy Reservec Equipped  Agency. Must have experience, wages negotiable,  extended benetits and incentive plan. Send resume to  Suncoast Agencies, Box  369. Gibsons. B.C.  The Omega Restaurant has immediate openings lor the following positions: Waitress, bus people, bartender, dishwashers. Ful  er part lime available. No experience necesaiy. Apply In person at the Omega. #40  ALL RESUMES ARE NOT  CREATED EQUAL! CALL ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES.  885-5212. #41  Cert. H.D. mech. wilh hwy. trk  diesel eng. exp. lull time pos. excellent wages and benefits.  Resume lo Box 1340. Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. More info  886-4577. #38  Counter person, lull or part time.  Apply mornings only, in person.  Henry's Bakery, Sunnycrest  Mall. TFN  Hairstylist, part or lull time trained in the latest precision cutting  and hair design for exclusive  salon. Please send resume to Box  2067. Sechelt. #39  Part-time person required for  video depl. at Kern's Home Furnishings. Must be 18 yrs. ol age.  Apply in person only. TFN  Clinical Physiotherapist  Full time Physiotherapist to serve  Special Needs Children (0-6 yrs.)  on the Sunshine Coast. This is a  facilitation and prevenlion roll to  assist lamilies and children to  develop their maximum potential  within the Early Intervention Program. Must be eligible for CPA  membership and registered with  A.P.M.P. of B.C. Pediatric experience preferred. Apply to Nan  Judd, Admlnsitrator, Sunshine  Coast Community Services Society. Box 1069. Sechell. BC VON  3A0. Closing date Sept. 28/90.  #39  Help Wanted  Part time housekeeper and  babysitter, mature person or high  school  graduate.   Debbie   #40  Part time gluer/cutter trainee  piecework. $7.50-$10.00/hr.,  hours flexible. The Sunshine  Coasl Slipper Company.  885-7413. #38  Sheepskin Slipper seamstresses,  exp. on lur machines an asset,  but will train, piecework,  $7.50-512 00/hr The Sunshine  Coast Slipper Co. 885-7413. #38  Experienced florist required, lull  or part time, wage negotiable,  send resumes to: Florist, PO Box  4, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. Ann  Lynn Flowers, Sechelt.       #38  Child Csre Supervisor 10  hrs./wk. Chid Care Assistant 6  hrs./wk. to work at Sechelt  Wilson Creek Parent-tot Drop-in  Oct. through May providing social  activities lor children 0-5 yrs.,  must enjoy working with preschool children, parents, staff  and volunteers. Job description  and inlo avail. Resume lo Helen  Roy, SCCSS, Box 1069 Sechelt,  BCV0N3A0. 885-5881, closing  dale Sept. 28. #39  The Terrace Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge requires part time  dishwashers 4-12 hrs./wk. lor  evening and weekend work.  Please apply in person.       #40  Need reliable person for auto  retail shop, must have drivers  lie. must be on social assistance.  886-3005. #38  29.  Business S.  Home Services  PEERLESS TUB  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ' Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,   Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  SPECTRUM ACCOUNTING  SERVICES  885-7069  #38  Rooling-Rerooling-Remodelling  and Repairs. Reasonable and  guaranteed. 885-4190.       #38  Brush  cutting,   clearing  and  removal. Call Dave 885-3692.  #39  DO VOU NEED  Lawn/Landicapa Maintenance  weedeating, brushcuttlng. rubbish removal, hedge trimming,  window washings. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 865-2373.  #39  North Pacilic Boat Building, a  division ot Tolan Dev Ltd. repair  and restoration, cabinets, etc.  wood & fibreglass boats. Call  Roland al 885-4847. #40  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Motor Im  886-2804  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Navy League - Drill officer  required 2 hours per week in  Gibsons lor 10 - 13 year  olds. Training supplied.  Military experience an asset.  Also administrator to do  reports al home. 1 hour per  week.  GAP - Volunteer needed to  stitch machine-ready banner  lor environmental group.  English is a Second  Language - Volunteers  needed in Gibsons and  Sechelt. Training provided.  20-20 Vision: People needed  lo help with phone interviews lor a survey. It will  take no more than five hours  In the next two weeks, and  will be helpful to the luture  of the Coast.  For these and more opportunities, please contact the  Volunteer Action Centre  885-5881.  Pacilic Construction, a division of  Tolan Dev. Ltd. renovations,  basements, drywall. l-bar ceilings, suspended drywall ceilings,  finishing carpentry. For free  estimates call Roland 885-4847  #40  WIN A FREE LUNCH. Find my  four ads in the new Yellow Pages.  DRAW OCT. 15. Call Arbutus Ollice Services. 885-5212.      #40  Let me tend your grounds.  Gardening, restoration,  maintenance, landscaping,  winter care.  One Earth Groundskeeping  886-7025  'TLC lor your yard. #38  Accounting Seivices lor small  businesses. Computer Tutor,  Michael Hamer, 886-7589.   #40  Work Wanted  Custom Iraming crew available,  foundation to lock-up. Also  renovations and additions. Call  Joe, 883-1122 for estimates. #40  Attention: Earn up to $800 or  more/week working at home.  10O's of companies need your  help. Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1 -206-298-8075  Ext. H26.    BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more lhan 90 Newspapers ol Ihe B.C and Yukon Communily  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1.400.000 homes and a potential Iwo million readers  $195. for 25 words ($3.70 per each additional word)       Call the Coast IJBWS at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Aulo Broken, diapoeel  agent lor Active Bailfl Services.  Boeyoooeooiom, estate, legale,  cam, trucks, motoitKxnes, boats.  Cal Mr. PHce (only), (604)434-  ISft. D5476.  MMteSSt OPPOHTUHTM  START YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT bejeineeji. even stave  lime. No money or expertonoe.  Since 1946. Free tvodwre:  Wade Worid Trade, c/o Cdn.  Smal Buslntu Irwt., Depl. WI,  1140 Beetamy Rd. N. f 1, Sovtur-  ough. Ontario. M1H1H4.  EXCELLENT VIDEO OPPORTUNITY. Inooeporated company In  video renlal and eaMranle rata*  Ing located in Comm Valey. Pro-  laded 1090 grow ealee ol  $340,000. For earn bv ornrm.  Contacl Nana or John Bill, 264  Andoiton Road, Comesx. Bualneee  330-0112 or rnklenlW 337-e9eS40.  Pikxtdlor quick sab. Clean lim-  Hy restaurant, includes succtu-  lul catering busineaa In sman  town mal. Quest Equtftmenl.  Excellent condMon. InqukkM  weloomo. 2564734 until6,256-  7620 after 6.  Image MoteH* Signs lor ran/sale,  mm/Ha wmmk lor your ana.  eEiceeTent ratum on inwelment.  Contacl: Image Signs, GMesa  Maikedng, 25S6 Lutein Court.  Burnaby, B.C. VW 1E1.  (604)4444188.  Newbuelneieioppoilunlty. Top  dotare. Fu��/perMlme. Nowt  ing. No kwMiMiil. Maaa appeal. B* fle-all (306)3434815.  BueineesOplleone, 2121 Wtgglnt  Ave., Saskatoon, SK, S7J 1*4.  START YOUR OWN P/TeME  BUSINESS WITH A TRIP TO  HAWAII. Sen low ooet electronic  signs. 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Frandiieeeavalliablt.  EDUCATION  AREWARDtNQCAREERI Leant  Income Tax Preparation. Fret  brochurta. NoOtHgatkm. Uifl  TaxStrvloee,2o5.1345Ptinbina  �� aa. a-            UffaMaLiam UB        D1T  rHQrwray, vvmfMQ, mo. wi  2SS. 14M0-685-5144. Exdutivt  miBM WnMJnH WHIM.  FOR SALE IMC  In tknt lor Chrettms, ov<er 5.000  geumnlttd. 5 txlaloguae, 16.  WW**. Best latSSquamleh, BC.  VtJN ���<*>,����� cal t����932a. Pane  Cofcctonol lOOIivexteoounlry  tonga. QratHorownpllrtelng-  ���longe. Only $12.16, ehtwut,  immoyoider. Harvey* Market-  tag, Box 48021 ~  SfcJSL  WeuaptQ.  Room, p.o.  ���TScr-  :sc7.  FOR SALE WSC  Ligehting lixturet. Western Canada's largest display. Wlwloealt  and ratal. Free catalogue avail-  mom Noibum Lighting Centra,  4600 Eaal Hastings SL.Bunal-/,  B.C.. VSC 2K5. Phone: (604)289-  0666  SAVEHEATNOIetttt. Feverous  Valty Comfort addon or oombi-  nalkxi woeod-eledilc lumaoet  andhealere. ConUd your local  dtaltr, ex Valty Comtoil System Inc., Box 777, P^kSon,  B.C. V2A6Y7.  FANTASTIC OFFERI Join North  Amanot't heStattllMI-MiCCU,  ony 619.93. Buy 40 LP.'e, Tapes  or C.D.'t "For 1/2 Pnde". Hi la  aoM In e record store, we oKw I  tool lloelwm I mat roilirtleia eVr  35 mm Camera, 3 omoa Uaa/ms  Set, Vacation Lodging or Tnvtl.  Mall cheque ex monty order lo:  Star eVaukeling. Box 612, Vtmon,  B.C. V1T8eM8. Pleaet kadude:  Name,ade��tM,eind postal oode.  Stained Glata: SlKp ley mail.  Qraal  Pikxte.   184 pg catalogue, IS  gahndHHt): The mass Bane, 60  e-Anne, Polnlt-Claire, Quebec H9S4PS. Orders cat: t-  e30O*63-76S6.  For salt by Bar*. Sol 7 eSody  Toning TaWte and Hex Tanning  .Booth dm Change Room. Two  yeartokl.liktmwcoiKttlon. WI  eel ttparalely or aa t unk. Ac-  oeplingotlere. Cexnlad Manager:  1-604-768*265.  SELL TAILORED CLOTH DIA-  aeafl * i. a.,. ���**��� ������--* ���j  .rtHo worn rant uotwi proud. Exdutivt tonHoritt aval*  ttto. Stmpleft tnd epefognnt ptiA-  age, $10. Reply: Diapen. 4022  Row Cmowd. Wtet Vanoouvw.  V7V2N7.  HeUPWAeNTIO  ABOUTTMEI A deet thai Italy  Oakitntm. DieHWseis 100*  guaranteed, Dodeor rtoom-  mtndtd. Cal Into Ine: 1-800-  8e��S4M3. ToMrtt.      HELP WANTED  Train to manage an AtwtmtneV  CoiedciTiiriieumooinplex. Theegov-  tmmtnl loenttd honteeludy cer-  MkdexinliKaUdtslreHplaotmenl  ataitUnce.Fratbrocliurt: (604)  681-6486. Ot RMTI, 1120-789  W. Ptnder, Vtnoouvtr, B.C.,  V6C1H2.  team to ttl aaomoMee. Pit-  petra lor ont ol today? latller  paying caratretl Iht MDAAulo-  mollvt Training Centre. (B.C.'t  only AUotnolivt Training CtnM.)  27041121.  WANT TO BE IN THE MOVIES,  T.V. or QAME SHOWS? CU  now,24hrittx-elng. H604)73eS.  5472,73W473,736-5454.  RESIDENT CARETAKERMAN-  AQER, 100 Mil Hoejte. B.C. Tht  B.C. Houekig Management Com-  natter*! at eiinejtnng tax nut pote-  llon tort 16untwnloii develop  mtm. Tender documente art  tvtltblt Irom BCHMC, 290  Nanaimo Avtnut Wtel, Ptn6e>  ey.BC.V2A INS. Tel: 4830X1.  Mandetlory eke vitwtngal 4 P.M.,  .Seplenter lath, I960 al Pioneer  Htvtn, 360 Atpen StrM, 100  MiltHojtt.B.CinthekMiae.  eExperltnosdtaletrapieeenlalivt  to ejammunlly ntwtpeiper In Vto-  toriaana. ExoeHeni oompeenu-  tkm ptckagt, lult>tre��leu. Italy  lo PuMtKeer. Tht Rtvetw. PO.  Box2070,8klnty,B.C. V8L3S6.  Nakuep Hot Springe. Mtnagtr  rtquktdtodeayloeSayopeiratlon  ���ndrMMenaiici ol two pooh,  oomplexandcaiTipgitMjnd. App.  50,000latnpwytev. Forhir-  tier tatemtkm tat 266-3689  Reitumttwiabtaexipltdiinlll  8tpltmlitr 14,1890. 8etndto  Boii280.Neteat).aC. V0Q1R0.  TOPS N'TRENDS-Join a wh-  ningteentl 8ett how ussy I It  starting your own Fathten eBusl-  nett to ��etMt at 8175. Cal  Lym 14W0-268O870  BODY, MeMO, SPIRIT?  youttrty? CU Iht L  hoeeHnt. 1-800-367-8788.  Attention! Just arrived in town.  Super good worker. Willing to do  |ust about anything. Experienced  in equipment operating, loaders.  Barkos. sidewinders, tugs, cutoff saws, power saws.  Fitness instructor, rooting, fencing. General handy man. Good  with people. Reply to G. Baron.  Gen. Del., Sechelt. #38  Nurse with 12 yrs. hospital experience will provide care lor sick  or elderly in their homes. Hourly  or dally rate. Will also consider  caring lor children In mothers  home. Short or long term. Reply  to J. Zahara, Gen. Del. Sechelt.  #36  "Good Earth Cleaning  Services'Tor a clean house wilh  a clean conscience call Miriam.  886-2426 after 5 pm. 138  B AND D RENOVATIONS  Addition, welding, decks, painting. One call will do It all.  885-3617. ���    #41  Reliable man/men available for  lawn and garden labour.  Gibsns/Roberls Creek. Rob.  886-3822. #40  Business college graduate, 1985.  Experienced In sales, marketing  and management recently moved  lo the Sunshine Coast seeks  career position. Caii Lawrence  685-9041. #40  Home PROFESSIONAL  ln STEAM CLEANING  Carpets  Upholstery  POWERFUL TRUCK MOUNIED  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  mtmffl&mWP  Work Wanted  Luc Lottie, painting, interior, exterior. 10 yrs. exp. 886-9379.  #39  Rooling-Rerooling-Remodelling  and Repairs. Reasonable and  guaranteed. 685-4190.        #38  Carpentry, Renovations, Additions, Retaining Walls. Patios.  Fibreglassing. W.H.Y. Call Tom  866-7652.  #39  Child Care  Babysitter available, one girl age  2'h and up. pari lime 886-7375.  #38  Nurse seeks babysitter lor two  children. 2 6 6 years, in my  home, Sechelt, 2-3 days per  week. 885-7008. #38  Malure reliable babysitter needed  lor 2 yr. old twin girls and a  newborn, variable hours, my  home. rels. req.. possible arrangement lor room and board il  req. 886-8917. #38  Child care needed lor 14 monlh  old. 3 days a week. Gibsons or  Roberts Creek are or my home.  Please call 886-3736 or  885-9229. #40  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. alt. 6 pm.  886-7630.    TFN  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types of  buildings, boats, roofs, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free Estimates  885-7471 TFN  HANDYMAN: Carpentry, drywall.  painting, patio stones, fencing,  driveway sealing, roof demoss-  ing, hauling. No (t* too small.  Alan 886-8741. #39  Carpenter available for decks, additions, small |obs, rets. Brad  886-2558. ��8  Are ttte cedar branches In your  driveway, yard etc. In your way?  It suitable lor florist, I will cut oil  30''tlW. 885-7206. #39  Professional drywall applicators,  satisfaction guaranteed. Free  EstimMesaW-9531.        #40  Westvdnd Enterprises  Quality House .Construction  and Motivations.  25 years building experience  816-7025 #38  Child Care  Rainbow Preschool. Roberts  Creek has openings. Call  885-9333. #40  Will babysit in my home. Ages 2  and up. Tuesday - Friday, starting Sept. 17. Kris 886-7469.  #38  More lhan custodial daycare,  mother ol a 4 year old boy. trained in child development provides  fun, creative, educational daycare  in an enriched environment with  Held trips. Full or part lime lor 2  children aged 4 plus. 886-9390.  #36  Babysitter lor 2 boys, 1 and 2'h  years old, 6-8 hours per week,  preler my home, Selma Park,  rels. please. 885-7407.       #38  Small daycare in Roberts Creek  has one lull time space left.  S20/day 7:45-5:30. Preschool  formal in AM with lots of time to  play. 886-8622. #38  Full time daycare required lor 4  mo. old beautiful baby girl beginning Nov. 1, your home or mine,  rels. req. 886-8069. #40  32.  Business  Opportunities  Suit now - local Amway  distributor offers opportunity lor  good earnings. You pick the  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144 or  666-9479. #39  1973 Chevy 1 ton complete wilh  Lincoln 200 amp welder, both  gd. cond., $5500. 886-4899.  #38  Wanted: Men & women, be your  own boss. Set your own hours,  earn $500-S1500/month part  time. Make S150O-S500O or  more/month lull lime. You will  decide when you want lo work or  how much you want to earn.  This is multi-level marketing.  For info call Gary or Lillian  Crosby 1-594-5232. #38  It you are looking for a business,  Ihis Is it. Good moneymaker. For  more Inlo RR1, S5, C22. Gibsons, B.C. VON1V0. #38  For energetic ambitious people:  Greal potential to earn good income. Will train. 885-7897.  #39  Wood shop Henry Rd., Gibsons,  looking lor partner to share shop  space. 886-4788. #38  OPENING  .The New St. John'a United Church  at Davis Bay Road and Simpkins  -���        Sunday, Sept. 23 ai 9f3aB.m.  -   "-- -Smr)^p:.^|P^:ii��;AT 9:30 A.M."  DedicatiM Sfcsfvice and Sunday Sclioiot -Btireallqieiil  IWJ ��jNDA|j* SV.VT. 30 AT jS^M,  :Gesfcbfalioia Servipe for All Howe ]  ss,        ^PastAaltehlrgel'  .Choral M^^Conducte  *v-  mxr  SK  iitu.*^  ���Sags  SOfvjRAY^SEPTrSd FROM 2 S^E^IlSfeS  ���.   OPEfTHOUSE       w- "fei-  .XI  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  New Testament Church  Sechelt Arena  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lile Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pasior Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 8854775 or 8852672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Gibsons Penlecostal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Ollice 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies ol Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt.  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For inlormation, please call:  885-2806 or 885-3888  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  SundaySchool  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible as it is...  lor People as they am."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you lo join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmltl, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Come Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST  Inner Power Group 7pm Tues.  Sunday Service 11am Sundays  Study Group 10am Sun.  (The Laws ol Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek  Call 866-9114 (for information)  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Sludy        7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885-7488 Office 885-9707  A  THE ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  SI. HlWa'a ��� Sechell  SUNDAY SERVICES  8 and 9:30 am  Nursery and Sunday School  9:30 am  St. Andrew's ��� Pender Harbour  Regular Sun. Worship     11:30 am  885-5019 Rev. June Maffin  "We extend a  Warm Welcome to all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:15 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  886-9526  (  / Coast News, September 17,1990  23.  Katie Meldrum, Grade 2 student at Gibsons Elementary School is  presented with the prize certificate she won as first place winner in  BC in the Union of BC Municipalities Government Awareness  Week Contest. Presenting the prize b Rob Paish, Katie's teacher  when she entered the contest last year. -Row Mchohoa photo  RosH Hashana  The eve of Wednesday, SeptemlMr 19,1990 marks the first  day of Rosli Hashana ��� the Jewish New Year. Tills two day  festival b regarded as one of the High Holy Days in the  Jewish calendar. This year marks the year 5751 since creation  dating back chronologically to the order of citation as related  in Genesis. The days of Rosh Hashana are a time for resolutions, for reflection, and self-evaluation. Traditionally It is a  day when the entire world b judged, and weighed in the  Notice Board  An evening with The Honourable Clyde Wells, premier ol Newfoundland, felon.,  Sepl. 24 al 7:30pm Rockwood Centre Pavilion. For into 885-2239.  Cralt Sale Sat., Sept. 28 at 9am. proceeds to Canadian Hemochromatosis Society, 437 Dunham Rd., Pott Mellon.  Girl Guides el Csnsda Elphinstone District registration Mon. Sept. 17 Gibsons  United Church Hall 6:30 to 8 pm and Roberts Creek Elementary Community Use  Room, Wed. Sept. 19 6:30 lo 8 pm.  Gibsons Branch ol BC Friends el Schizophrenics next meeting at Garibaldi Health  Unit, S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons Mon. Sept. 17 at 7:30pm. Topic: Formation of  Support Group and 'Caring and Sharing'.  Catholic Women's League monthly meeting Wed., Sept. 19 at 7:30pm In Holy  Family Hall. Please note that meeting date has changed.  Shornclllfe Auxiliary monthly meeting, Thurs., Sept. 20 at 1:30pm In the board  room at Shorncliffe.  District ol Sechelt Concerned Citizens general meeting Wed., Sept. 19 al 7:30  Bm Greencourt Hall, Sechelt. All welcome.  stlenal Planned Parenthood Week Sept. 16-22.  Sunihlne Recovery NA group meet each Fri. al 8 pm, rear door, 5686 Dolphin  St., Sechell. Inlo 885-9582.  Boy Scouts 01 Canada Sunshine Coasl District Council commences monthly  meetings - 3rd Tuesday of every month - 7:30 pm. At the Wilson Creek Hall,  Davis Bay. Information: Vic Bonaguro, 686-4943. Next meeling, Sept. 18,1990.  Survival Wilderness First AM Course (34 hrs.) will be olfered In Gibsons, starting  Oct. 23. For Inlormalion call Eileen, B86-4943.  The Khnnls Care Hems Auxiliary will hold ils September meeting on Wed., Sept.  19 at 8 pm In the residents lounge. New members are always welcome.  Qlbsons Chamber ol Commerce Annual General Meeling will be held Mon., Sept.  17 at 6:30 pm in the Cedars Inn meeting room. This will be a dinner meeting,  cost $15 per person. Election ol officers lor 1990/91 will be held. Guesl  speakers Sergeant Ed Hill, Jean Gallante ol ICG and Sandy Reid of the New Gibsons Towne Mall.  Hopkins Branch ol St. Msry's Hospital Auxiliary regular monthly meeting Thurs.  Sept. 20, 1:30pm at Camp Sunrise. We look forward to a busy season and  welcome all who care to join us.  Breakaway Drug Abuss Society meeting Thurs., Sept. 27 at 7:30 pm at rear ol  807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. Please come II you are interested in our program for  teens and families.  Sunshlns Coast Business and Professional Women's Club meeling and dinner  will be held at the Jolly Roger at 6 pm Tues., Sept. 18.  S.C. Amnesty International regular monthly meeting Wed. Sept. 19 at 7pm at  Sechelt Elementary. Everyone Is welcome.  National Coaching Certificate olfered at Cap College, Sept. 29/30. Call  885-9310.  Gibsons Yacht Club special general meeling will be held Sepl. 19 at 8pm In the  Marine Room, Gibsons. A social hour will follow.  Canadian Federation ol University Women ol Ihe Sunshine Coasl meet Sept. 24 at  11:30 am at Kirkland Centre. New members welcome. For info 885-9589.  Mia jEatfttfr  siting  Spraying answers sought  Editor:  I have a story to tell about the  herbicide. Vision. I work down  at Avalon Log and as a scaler  was witness to helicopter spraying on a previously logged patch  of forest on the hillside above  us.  I wasn't aware of what it was  at first and so I asked another  scaler. When he told me it was  probably the herbicide 'Vision',  I was horrified when I realize  that our water supply drained  from that very hillside to our  well.  1 decided to find out who it  was and tell them that they  could be contaminating the  water. 1 also decided to find out  Canada's actions  seen alarming  her peace keeping  Editor:  The following is a copy of a  letter sent by the Sunshine  Coast Peace Committee to the  prime minister. We urge other  concerned citizens to write,  wire, or phone the prime  minister's office and express  their views.  Honourable Brian Mulroney,  Prime Minister of Canada  Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A2  Dear Mr. Mulroney:  Our members are alarmesd by  the recent developments in the  Persian Gulf and are disturbed  that Canada appears to be moving from her role as a peacekeeper.  We believe that the present  dangerous escalation of forces  and weaponry can only worsen  an explosive situation and that  solutions must be found  through the use of peace keeping forces under the aegis of the  United Nations. We urge  therefore:  1. That Parliament be recalled so that democratic decision  making can take place in addressing this global crisis.  2. That the Government of  Canada place any Canadian  Forces deployed in the Middle  East under a unified United Nations Command.  3. That Canada renew and  Fun at  the Fair  Editor:  A great crowd, a fun time  and wonderful weather all  helped to make the first Sunshine Coast Fall Fair in over 20  years, a great success.  Some predicted it was impossible to put on a fair in three  months but with the help of  numerous people, it happened!  ' The 105 exhibitors with their  MO exhibits are to be congratulated for participating.  The judges certainly must have  had a difficult task in making  their decisions. The calibre of  entry was excellent.  The exhibits, entertainment,  food, sale and display tables,  demonstrations and the numerous contests all proved once  again that the Sunshine Coast is  loaded with talent.  My thanks go to all of you  and especially to the numerous  volunteers that rallied round  and worked so hard to make  this fair one to remember. You  were wonderful.  Many thanks, too, to my very  special friends and neighbours  for their support and care.  Pam Feichtner  Fall Fair Co-ordinator  Now On Sale At  _     KERN'S  229  T"L.ji^iEa;o.  RENTAL RATES  MACHINE RENTAL $4.99 1 Game N/C  GAMES RENTAL $2.99  15 NEW GAMES TNISWEEKIU  If r UN'Q HOME  nCllll 0 FURNISHINGS   ~  strengthen  role.  4. That our government encourage all parties in the conflict to work within the authority of the United Nations and to  implement all possible mechanisms that may facilitate a  negotiated settlement in the current crisis.  Ms Shirley F. Hall  Corresponding Secretary  Sunshine Coast  Peace Committee  Rights  Editor:  Native people have been patient with the delays in land  negotiations until they are stretched beyond their limits. The  government's methods of stalling and postponing settlement is  condescending, irresponsible  and manipulative. The native  people are demanding their  rights now.  As a Canadian citizen I say  that the government does not  represent me in its methods of  handling the situation in Oka. I  disagree with the army forcing  the Mohawks through arms,  starvation and deprivation of  medicine to succumb to a  system that is racist and  repressive.  It is time to honour the native  people, to respect their rights, to  hear their voice, and to learn  their   traditional   ways   from  them. If the planet is to heal, we  have much to learn from a peo-  ' pie who listen to nature and  whose   culture   honours   and  respects the earth and spirit.  Coro ,Saress, Reiki Master  Garden Bay, BC  more about the herbicide itself.  Well, after four or five calls, I  spoke with "Dave" from Can-  for's Mainland logging division.  I was assured of ihe low  probability of leaching into our  water system. Dave even pw-  sonally followed our water supply up the mountain to the dry  creek bed.  He promised water testing for  us when the rains start to assure  us of clean water.  Despite Canfor's reassurances, l am still concerned  about Vision, and I have several  unanswered questions.  Why weren't we even considered before the spraying was  done?  What permanent or long  term damage might result to the  flora and fauna here/  Will the land ever be free of  the chemicals?  Will I be able to drink from a  clear looking mountain stream  and not wonder if it is safe?  There must be another way!  Valerie Ziggiotti, Gibsons  "Let me help  you with your  financial needs."  ��� Financial Planning  ��� Lite Insurance  ��� Disability Income  ��� Annuities and RRIFs  ��� RRSPs  ��� GICs and Savings Plans  ��� Investment Funds"  ��� RESPs"  ��� Employee Benefits  Ml  The Mutual Croup  Facing Tomorrow  Together  Leceeesw wilh Mutual Lela ol Careada'MuIual  Inveaalco leec -, Iwo ol Tie* Mutual Group  q ifl too pm   Me  1? IX) b 00 |ini   Sli  88G 8886  A NEW NATIVE  LAND CLAIMS POLICY  FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA  MADE-IN-BC POLICY BASED ON FAIRNESS,  BALANCE, AFFORDABILITY.  Tin' provincial  government has  develojjwd .1 new  m..de in-BC policy for  negotiating 'ind settling Native  l.md claims in British  Columbia, Under this new  policy BC will ��� for the first  time- join the federal  government and BC Native  people ,it the negotiating table  to work out settlements which  lire fair to everyone The  province will .issist the  Government of Canada In  meeting its obligations to fully  settle Indian land claims,  This new approach to Lind  claims is based on  reconimeini.itions from the  Premier's Council on Native  Affairs The Council has spent  the past ve.ir travelling the  province and meeting with  Native Leaders  CUlRII atcrfplei. hv Ihe (.it*  nl Canada tor negotiation  fefr -  >  It-alr  n      ���UCfplfd lUllf"  D    *.nli,.piW.lJin��  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT  RESPONSIBLE FOR CLAIMS  Ihe Canadian Constitution  makes the government of  Canada Solely responsible for  "JiiifMiijt end Indian fitiirfs."  Ottawa has the ultimate legal  and financial responsibility for  l,itut claims in British Columbia.  In British Columbia the federal  government has accepted 19  claims fur negotiation, has three  mure under review and is  expecting eight others. These  claims extend over everv region  of the province.  BC SHOWS LEADERSHIP  ON NATIVE CLAIMS  The province Is |oming I.mil  claims negotiations to right a  historical wrung and to ensure  lair treatment lor all British  Columbians.  Current federal policy  allows only one negotiation at  a time In BC, That's not good  enough      this "made-in-  Ottawa   policy doesn't allow  tor the large number of claims  we face in British Columbia.  The provincial government  will join BC Natives in  pushing Ottawa for a more  realistic "made-in-BC"  negotiating process which  allows us to settle more than  one claim at a time.  m  MINISTRY OF NATIVE AFFAIRS  Honourable lack Wrisgertw, Minister  WHAT WE'RE  DOING  The province has announced:  ��� a new Claims Registry to  receive land claims  proposals which have been  accepted by the  Government of Canada,  ��� a new Claims Negotiations  Unit in the Ministry of  Native Affairs.  This will ensure an orderly  and consistent claims  negotiation process.  At the same time, following  another recommendation of  the Advisorv Council, the  province will provide the  public with additional  information on land claims,  For further Information  please write:  Land Claims Information  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC V8V 1X4  BACKGROUND  One third of ill Indian  Band* In Canada an  located in BC. Their art  eilmost 200 bands In Ihe  province, organized inlo  thirty tribal councils.  Almost 20 |wr Cf nl of all  Canadian Native .people  live In Brltlih Columbia.  Two Ihirdi of Iht  country'! Indian reserve*  are located in Bl 11600  reiervei).  Fifty four percent of BC'i  77.000 itatui Indian! live  on reserve!. 24.  Coast News, September 17,1990  Nanaimo MLA makes case  Continued from page 13  form a government under the  new   electoral   structure,   the  NDP was definitely in "striking  distance."  When it was noted that  Premier Vander Zalm has constantly branded the NDP as a  "tax and spmd" party, White  and Lovick shared a knowing, if  somewhat resigned smile.  "The fact is," Lovick  pointed out acidulously, "There  have been in excess of 625 new  iaxes, fees, and licenses introduced by the Socreds since  1986."  Shifting from provincial taxes  to an aspect of taxation  philosophy in Canada as a  whole, Lovick noted that the  *"��� >.  y .A s ^^  Georgia Kirk of the Paper Boat Committee presents cheques to  George Smith of the Tetrahedron Alliance and Chief Tom Paul of  the SIB. ���Dtvc Allen pbolo  Save the strait  helps Tetrahedron  On Tuesday, September 11  the Paper Boat Committee  made up of Bea Jackson,  Jeanette Gibbon, Georgia and  Matthew Kirk, Roger and  Denise Lagasse, Sonja Bergen,  Laurel Sukau, Bill Watson,  Larry Westlake, Delphine and  Doug Brown, and Gemma Van  Der Meer presented cheques to  the Tetrahedron Alliance and  the Mystic Spirit Canoe Club  representing monies raised in  the .Save the Georgia Strait  marathon held in late August.  Accepting cheques on behalf  of the Tetrahedron Alliance was  co-founder George Smith, The  alliance is a group of people  working to maintain the old  growth alpine wilderness area  known as the Tetrahedron  Plateau.  The Mystic Spirit Canoe Club  is a youth organization within  the Sechelt Indian Band devoted  to teaching the practices of  making and racing traditional  Salish canoes. Chief Tom Paul  of the Sechelt Indian Band  represented the canoe club.  PACIFIC HOMES...  OUR REPUTATION  IS BUILDING.  Check These features  and Compare:  ��� Pre-assembled components speed erection time  ��� Windowi - factory installed in wall sections  ��� Premium quality kiln-dried lumber  ��� Floor, wall and roof iheathlitgi  standard grade fir plywood  ��� Control com by controlling waste - nothing to burn  ��� Your timetable sets our delivery schedule from pre-  assembled framing comeponents to kitchen cabinets  ��� Our plans or yours - custom design service available  ��� Your local Pacific Hornet Dealer will arrange  construction for you or assist with your own building  program  ��j��PACIFIC HOMES  ^���^^T   THL     vtA.Lt     AircnNArivr.  20079-62nd Avenue, Langley, B.C. V3A SE6  Tel. (604) 534-7441    .   Fix (604) 534-1802  DAVID PYE CONSTRUCTION  P.O. Box 1873  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-4490  Ontario NDP might well introduce a corporate income tax,  a move considered radical by  some.  "As it stands now," Lovick  noted, "There are 80,000 corporations in Canada that paid  no income tax last year. We  have not proposed a specific tax  here in BC, but if we form the  next government, corporations  here will have to pay thdr fair  share."  When Lovick was asked what  he intended to say to the audience at the potluck dinner, he  laughed. "Well, 1 expect that  most of the folks there will be  NDP members! So I'U tell them  that the next election will be a  watershed one. If we give Bill  Vander Zalm another four-year  mandate, we'll be handing him  something of a carte blanche invitation to kick out the traces  ideologically and run amok with  a lot of pet projects he's had to  put on the back burner."  The last subject touched on  only briefly given the time constraints on Lovick was the question as to why the .Socreds have  not yet called an election.  "The only reason we're not  in an election right now is  because the .Socreds' pollsters  ��� who are sampling daily ���  Commuter  don't believe they can win."  (Jetting up to leave, Lovick continued to talk politics with a  relish that showed no signs of  diminishing.  "Vander Zalm is a charismatic leader ��� absolutely charming. His appeal is wide, but he  appeals more strongly to men.  They are more taken in by him  than are women."  Proceeding to "work" the  News' back shop, shaking  hands and chatting up the  deadlining staff members  almost as if he, rather than  Howard White was the local  candidate, Lovick mused in a  parting-shot-sort-of-way: "It's  as if Vander Zalm is accustomed to getting up every morning  and looking in his mirror ��� and  being just as accustomed to having the mirror respond it's you,  Bill. You're the fairest of them  all.' "  "Of course when you run on  charisma, you win big. But you  (ultimately) lose big, too."  Then Dale Lovick was off to  spread a little political sunshine  on the Sunshine Coast candidacy of Howard White.  e\nd given Lovick's upbeat  outlook on life in general, he'll  probably enjoy the food.  Regardless.  service  ��� London  Show Tour  3 PLAYS  6 NIGHTS HOTEL  $129w  Conditions Apply ��� Q  s���Z.S     Gibsons Medical Cenlre  886-3381 H��y 101 & Famham Rd. 886-2522  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES  ,HT'rV': tl:  ��� Custom packing      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  & crating .��� . ...*<**-*  ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEN min TRMSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Stongt, Local �� Long Distinct Moving  HWY. 101 GIBSONS      ^cT^'cT'5    IM-2M*  th^i  by private sector  by Rose Nicholson  Dennis Vasilash of the Pacific  Ocean Charter Boat Company  can offer a commuter service  between Horseshoe Bay and  Gibsons, Port Mellon, and  Keats, Gambier and Bowen  Islands.  In a presentation to directors  at the September 13 Regional  District meeting Vasiiash said  that his water taxi service could  be a solution to some of the  problems faced by commuters  on the BC Ferries Horseshoe  Bay run.  "We have proved ourselves  this summer by_ offering a  reliable service to' commercial  users like Majestic Pipelijiers,"  he said.  "If there is a need, we can fill  it. We are registered with BC  Ferries   for   any   needs   or  emergencies they might have.  We can operate at any hour of  the day or night and are fully  supplied with survival equipment. I am an ex-firefighter and  a medical aid first responder."  Vasilash went on to say that  they can make the trip from  Gibsons to Horseshoe Bay in 23  minutes and can accommodate  up to 55 people.  "What do you charge?" asked Regional Director Chairman  Peggy Connnor.  "At the moment it's $20 per  person for a one way trip,"  replied Vasilash, "but it  depends on the boat we use and  the number of people who are  travelling. There could be a way  to subsidize this and bring the  price down for the individual  traveller. We have a service that  is available for any negotiable  times or number of people."  m  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  ^^^f  Personalized  Service  His  Mi  CONTINUE  Come see DeVRIES for EXCELLENT VALUES ON ALL LEVELS OF CARPET  QUALITY & LUXURY. VINYLS TOO. 1  SAVE on Factory Specials  up to 100 sq. yds.  Barrymore  Midas Scotchguarded Cut & Loop ��� Beige  Saxony Carpet - Beige  YOUR  CHOICE  SQ. YD.  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