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 Victoria d.i*. .�������  Att'en Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  STAB1ISHED     1945  September 13,1993 Volume 47 Issue 37  Province primed to pull plug on Year 2000  by Dsrsh Hansen  It seems if Premier Mike Harcourt  was able to give the Year 2000 a letter  grade, it would likely be a big. fat "F".  Last week, Harcourt indicated in  public interviews with Vancouver city  media his NDP government is set to  pull the plug on much of the Year 2000  - a somewhat controversial educational  program currently in BC primary  schools.  Harcourt said he's reacting to  widespread concern parents have about  the program and, in particular, to the  notion that students no longer receive  letter grades clearly marking their  progress in class.  But it is widely believed the premier  has been influenced by an Angus Reid  poll published in June which indicates  of the 20 per cent of respondents who  were familiar with the Year 2000 concept, very few thought it was providing  positive educational change.  Harcourt added, s new teaching system, presently being drafted by the education ministry, will return students to  learning more of the basic skills.  The premier's comments came as a  shock and disappointment to many people professionally involved in the education system.  Ray Worley, president of the BC  Teacher's Federation (BCTF), said  teachers are furious over the statements:  "The implication is that the school sys  tem has failed and that does (teachers) a  gross disservice."  And while the system does have  room for improvement and change,  overall the BCTF supports the Year  2000 at the primary level as well as its  future implementation into intermediate  and graduation levels.  He added, "Teachers have never  stopped teaching the basics."  On the Sunshine Coast, where the  commitment to the principles of the  Year 2000 were recently reaffirmed at a  three-day administrative retreat, educators are still trying to understand what  harm Harcourt's statement could do to  the district.  Pat Stuart, chair of the local board of  trustees, said she was reluctant to speculate on what it all means.  "It's a little premature until we  understand what the premier is saying,"  she said.  turn to page 3  Wilson  muses on  fortunes  of politics  by Jam Seyd  He's got the house in West Sechelt with his  fiancee, Judi Tyabji. He's got the core of local  Liberals who say they're sticking with him.  And by now, after a weekend convention in  Vancouver, it should be clear if Gordon Wilson  still has his party.  Last week, with days to go before the vote,  the local MLA was remaining philosophical  about his fate.  "It's very close," he said of the race between  himself, Vancouver mayor Gordon Campbell,  former leader Gordon Gibson and the other candidates.  While commentators were still predicting a  victory for Campbell, Wilson said his campaign  team would be concentrating on undecided voters.  He added the candidate speeches at the convention would likely be critical: "We don't have  any special surprises up my sleeve."  In recent months, backstabbing by the caucus  which rode to victory with him in October 1991  has been hurtful, said Wilson.  But he said he'd be waiting until after the  weekend to make plans about his future, should  he lose the leadership bid.  Should Gordon Campbell win, quitting the  Liberal Party would be one option he'd likely  consider, said Wilson.  Meanwhile, he said he's proud of what he's  accomplished as party leader since 1987.  Asked whether he was considering last week  as possibly his final days as Liberal leader, Wilson commented, "I guess it's always at the back  of your mind."  Making most of the Coast...  Boaters on Ruby Lake bask in the warmth of a sunset after a pleasant  tour of thc lake. September's balmy, summer-like weather has been a  surprise so far, given the fickleness of the preceeding three months, but  most residents know it won't last forever. Joel Johnstone photo  |  ;;  Coast residents polled for federal election views  by Darah Hansen and  Jane Seyd  ��� All the signs are out - on the  lawn, on the roadside, on T-  shirts and on buttons - another  federal election is in the offing.  And while Prime Minister  Kim Campbell's announcement  last week of an Oct. 25 election  has sparked a wild flurry of politicking among politicians, election fever on the street hasn't  yet seemed to catch hold to the  same degree.  On the Sunshine Coast, residents appeared unduly calm on  the matter of picking a national  leader when polled for their  political opinions last week.  Budget deficit reduction high on voter wish list  Yes, the overwhelming  majority said they will be voting. No, most had no clear idea  which lucky candidate will win  their support.  "It's getting harder and harder (to vote) every year," said  Gibsons resident Barb Jerome.  "You get all these promises but  you don't see a lot of results."  Rick Handspiker of Davis  Bay, on the other hand, is certain Campbell will win, so long  as "she can shake the Mulroney-  thing."  But, Handspiker said, he's  not himself convinced the Conservatives are the ticket: "Personally, I'm looking at what the  Reform Party has to say."  Meanwhile, Rick Haime of  West Sechelt is waffling  between the Conservatives and  the NDP.  Haime said as a government  employee, "the (NDP) have  Candidates trade ideas, talk politics of inclusion  by Charles Hart  Personal conviction and  rhetoric, distilled philosophy  and cant ��� voters face a political  maelstrom with an election now  underway.  Campaign planks prodded  out to test North Island-Powell  River riding waters last week  after Prime Minister Kim Campbell called a federal election for  Monday, Oct 25.  The deficit is weighing on all  candidates' minds. And they're  talking the politics of inclusion,  accountability to the community  being the essential ingredient in  the battle to woo back disaffected voters.  According to most candidates, there is no shortage of  those across the huge North  Island-Powell River riding,  which extends from Port Mellon  to Bella Coola and      includes all of north  Vancouver Island.  Incumbent MP  Ray Skelly, however, seems more concerned with free  trade. He launched      into election mode  after Wednesday's announcement, taking shots at the Conservative government record and  advancing the NDP's  entrenched opposition to a proposed North American Free  Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and  the existing Free Trade Agreement with the US.  This is a serious  turning point  for Canada'  -Ray Shelly  "This is a serious turning  point for Canada," said Skelly,  warning that the nation will be  _______   integrated into the  US unless free  trade policies are  reversed. "We'll  look something  like Puerto Rico,"  he predicted. The    MP quoted Canadian Labour  Congress figures that lay blame  at free trade's door for 400,000  lost jobs since the deal came  into effect in 1989.  But local Tory candidate  Mark von Schellwitz, a 31-year-  old restaurateur from Campbell  River, said NDP free trade talk  is nothing but fear mongering.  He said it would be foolish to  base another election around the  issue.  "The NDP takes every single  job lost and blames it on free  trade," von Schellwitz said.  "I'm tired of people who say  that even though we live in one  of the highest export areas of the  country they want to put up  trade barriers. We rely on trade  for our economic well being."  von Schellwitz expressed  doubt that NAFTA would even  be passed by US Congress. If it  does, however, Canada will benefit through better access to a  rapidly growing Mexican market that is modernizing, he said,  not suffer job loss.  turn to page3  been the best for us." But, he  added, NDP leader Audrey  McLaughlin hasn't managed to  gain his trust... yet.  "At this point, I'm leaning  towards Kim Campbell," Haime  said.  At least one voter has been  swayed by feminine gender of  two of the prime ministerial  candidates. Lee Hwang of  Sechelt said, "It's about time a  woman led the country and  we'll see what happens." Her  money is on Campbell.  But another local resident,  reluctant to give his name, said  the 1990s is no time to be gender-biased.  Of his own political vote he  said, "There are no strong candidates. I almost ran myself."  Voters were far less ambiguous in their responses when  asked what issues they want to  see addressed during the campaign. 'Decrease the deficit'  was the uniform answer.  Other issues of importance  include the elimination of free  trade, unemployment and the  GST. Coast News, September 13, 1993  **%J - JUST JUDI  *mi B.AMus(Jazz)  fc   I       wto? Young and Old.  ��U        What? Classical to Jazz.  ag{_        Why? Serious Study or Fun  S locations to choose from: Gibsons/ Sechelt  JUDI BEAGAN 885-7503  a _ c   electronics  TV&VCR REPAIRS  Most makes and models of radios, TVs, VCR's, CD's,  stereos, and camcoideis.  Take your components to one of our convenient depots:  Seaside Video in Wilson Creek, the Roberts Creek Store,  Video Etc. in Gibsons, Max Music in Gibsons, or:  Visit our shop at Williamsons Landing. Residential pick up  and delivery can be ananged at a nominal cost.  Call Wayne at 886-2962  mm  5517WHARFH>.,SKHEIT  DEC1ARES WAR!  On Ordinary Land Resort Vacations  With Extraordinary Cruise Vacations Like This:  Sail 7 Days from $1199usdoii  0 Carnival.  .a  .W^a-M*  THE MOST POt-UAU CtWS IM IN IK WOfHD*.  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She said the spacious new location at  the Senior's Centre did much to alleviate  many of the discomforts that have plagued  the clinic in years' past, namely eliminating unpopular out-the-door line-ups. This  Vehicle  cleaning  business  awash in  regional  disapproval  by Jane Seyd  It's been almost a year since  Karen Butler first opened her  car detailing shop near Gibsons.  But now, she says, a fight with  the regional district is sending  her business down the drain.  Starting with a letter last year  stating she had to be out by the  end of the month, "I've had  nothing but hassles since the  day we opened," says Butler. "It  seems like they're picking on  me."  Butter says the dispute over  what's allowed on the property  steins from a misunderstanding  of what goes on in her business,  which includes car washes,  waxes, polishes and engine  shampoos.  But the regional director for  the area says it's more a question of environmental concerns  and a lack of appropriate permits.  Sparkle Car Clean, Butler's  business, operates from a rented  bay along the highway near  Pratt Road. According to Butler,  "our landlords checked into (the  zoning regulations) before we  moved in."  Under those regulations, "it's  one the broadest zonings," she  says. "You can put almost any-  year, said Kennedy, everyone had a seat  while they waited.  The Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department  won the fall Red Cross challenge, with 11  members turning out to give blood.  Kennedy added, the firefighters won over  stiff competition offered by other challengers: the local RCMP, and Rotary Club.  Kennedy said the majority of donors  were from Sechelt, though each year, a  greater number of people are coming out  from other areas of the Coast, in particular  Pender Harbour and Qibsons.  She said separate clinics are unlikely to  be set up in Coast communities other than  Sechelt because the expected turn-out is  simply too low to warrant the extra cost.  The Labour Day clinic is important,  said Kennedy, because the increase in  provincial accident rates which generally  occur over the course of a long weekend  can drain the Vancouver Red Cross blood  bank.  This year supplies were already so low  by Monday, the Vancouver clinic began  phoning long-time donors at their Sunshine Coast homes to ensure they go and  give blood again.  The Red Cross estimates about 60 per  cent of Canadians require blood transfusions at some point in their lifetime, ranging from one unit used in an emergency  trauma to 300 units for a bone marrow  transplant.  The blood bank is in constant need of  being restocked.  ARK  PLAZAl  PRESENTS  THE SUNSHINE COAST  FALL CAR SHOW  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 -12 NOON TO 9:00 PM  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 - 9:00 AM TO 6:00 PM  MEET THE DEALERS!  PRIZES!  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But soon the regional district  was making it clear that as far as  the planning department is concerned, the busi-       ness isn't supposed  to be there.  Jim    Gurney,  Elphinstone director, says under a  further level of  regulation now on  the property- a    _____  development variance permit - the land is supposed to be used for warehousing.  But more serious, he said, is  an environmental concern the  business doesn't have the  required waste management permits, catchments or equipment  They've got to  jump through  some hoops'  -Jim Gumey  for dealing with their waste  water, which can contain oil and  grease from engines.  Runoff from the area eventually drains into Chaster Creek, a  ^^^^ fish-bearing  stream. That's  been a concern for  -local residents,  says Gumey.  Butler     says  what she does isn't  that much different  ���        from what local  car dealerships do  on a regular basis - and nobody  seems to have a problem with  that, she comments.  Facilities now in place  include a catch basin, grease  interceptor and a septic system.  But local residents and the  regional board have disagreed  on whether that's good enough.  Now Butler says her lease is  up for renewal next month, and  her landlords don't seem keen to  renew it. "It's coming to a  head," she says. "It looks like  my job is ending at the end of  October."  Bill Alcock, co-owner of the  property, reserved comment.on  the matter, saying it's still under  discussion.  Meanwhile, Gurney said,  there would be nothing wrong  with the business in its current  location - as long as the proper  permits and regulation changes  are granted.  "They've got to jump  through some hoops," he said,  "...and show they're not going  to be an environmental problem."  Benefit concert billed for Tatshenshini  While the provincial government may have declared the Tatshenshini off limits to industry,  it didn't do so without a lot of  pressure and a gieat deal of cost  to environmentalists from all  over the continent.  After a four-year battle to  have BC's Tatshenshini area  preserved as a wilderness area  "for all time", environmentalists  have found themselves in debt  to the tune of "tens of thousands  of dollars," according to Gibsons resident Ric Careless of  Tatshenshini International.  So on Sept. 17 there will be a  benefit concert at Vancouver's  Orpheum Theatre in which Leon  Bibb, John Denver and Ann  Mortifee will donate their time  and talent toward saving those  who saved the Tatshenshini.  "It's also to celebrated the  preserving of one of the most  important environmental areas  in Canada," Careless said Thursday. At the same time, he  dubbed the event "non-political"  and said it was strictly to raise  the needed money.  Careless noted that much of  the co-ordination for the 'Save  the Tatshenshini' campaign  came from the Sunshine Coast,  with himself, George Smith of  the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Paul George of the  Western Canada Wilderness  Committee and artist Liz Mitten-Ryan, among others, all  residing here.  The benefit concert will  begin at 7 pm; tickets are available through Ticketmaster.  WIMP  qYcRQR WINTER  in the  Coast News  WEEKENDER  September 30  for info  call  886-2622  or  885-3930 Coast News, September 13, 1993  news  District defends program's objectives  fi-om page 1  That should be made clear  this week after the BC School  Trustee Association and the  Minister of Education meet to  discuss the direction of the  provincial public school system.  Stuart further defended the  district against criticism of  decreasing educational standards, calling such  statements "totally  inappropriate."  She added she  was not aware of  widespread public  dissatisfaction with  Year 2000 programs  which have been  implemented in the  district so far: "1  think everyone  believes the primary  program has been a  success."  Ann Skelcher, principal of  Langdale Elementary where the  primary program has been operating for years, backed Stuart's  statement.  She said in her school, as  long as the educational changes  were carefully explained to parents and their concerns  addressed, the school has met  with little negative response to  the program.  That kind of on-going com  munication with parents is vital  to the continuance of any new  program because of people's  natural apprehension towards  change, she said.  Skelcher suggested if there is  a problem in the province as a  whole it might have arisen from  lack of such information.  "The problem is not with the  _______________   program but the way  it has been commu-  Theproblem is  nicated to parents...  They   just   don't  understand the new  not with tbe  program but  the way it  has been  communicated  to parents'  - Ann Skelcher  concept."  Skelcher said it's  disappointing to  think what she  believes are sound,  thoroughly  researched educational    strategies      could be discarded  for so quickly.  Whatever the outcome, she  said, teachers will continue to  "do what's best for the kids."  The district is expected to  receive this year an additional  $60,000 from the Ministry of  Education on top of block funding to begin the implementation  of the Year 2000 into intermediate levels.  There has been no word yet  from the ministry oh the fate of  that money.  Spring's a long way away...  })ut spring flowering bulbs have arrived  at Quality Farms!  ���daffodils     ���  ���crocuses    ���  hyacinths  tulips  All the old-time favourites, phis  some new and unusual ones!  ,?  School Is barely In for 1993 and Langdale principal Ann Skelcher  finds herself defending the Year 2000 program, now under attack  by the provincial NDP. Joel Johnstone photo  Students win record number of scholarships  by Jane Seyd  High school principals on the Sunshine  Coast say they're especially proud this week,  after record numbers of students at Elphinstone and Pender Harbour high schools won  provincial scholarships.  With six scholarship winners this year,  Elphinstone has doubled the previous number  of provincial scholarships handed out, said  principal Martyn Wilson.  An additional three students in Pender Harbour also won the scholarships, which go  towards the cost of post-secondary education.  To compete for the scholarships, students  write special exams in a minimum of three  subjects, along with the regular provincial  "They're very tough," said Wilson. A final  score is calculated using both sets of marks.  Students can choose to write exams in academic subjects like history, English, physics,  chemistry, biology, math, geography, literature and French.  Those who achieve over a set level each  receive a $1,000 scholarship.  This year, winners at Elphinstone include  Shauna Gold, Krista Hill, Francesca Mitten,  Christopher Murawski, Zoe Sandborn and  Carolynn Stevenson.  Stevenson also received a national Canada  scholarship which provides $2,500 per year  towards post-secondary education for four  years.  Wilson said the results are due to a concert  ed push at the school, which included getting  students to meet with Capilano College  instructors, holding intensive "subject camps"  on the weekends and encouraging students to  enter national and international mathematics  competitions.  At Pender Harbour high school, Andrea  Wright and Kim Struthers also received  provincial scholarships while Klisala Harrison  received a district scholarship of $1,000, given  out to students who are pursuing careers in  practical and fine arts.  Harrison received the award to pursue studies in music.  "All of them are hard-working, neat kids so  it was good to see them rewarded," said high  school principal David Witt.  THE LANDING GENEDAL STOBE  Scratched,  dented,  out of season,  HredofboHingatit  272 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons Landing ��� 886-2818  The Const News.  lour  com hi ii ii Hii  iicii's/io/m r  Deficits, political funding and  trade deals key election topics  from page 1  "The jobs that would be lost  have long since left the country  to places like Taiwan."  Liberal candidate Al Huddlestan, who has been involved  in North Island municipal politics for the past 10 years, said  his party "hasn't said it supports  NAFTA or free trade as they're  currently structured."  He noted that NAFTA is far  from a done deal and said Liberals will be spelling out their  concerns as the campaign progresses. "The party decided not  to tip their hand on issues until  the election was underway,"  said Huddlestan, adding that  national debt and job creation  are among the Liberals' key  planks.  Eliminating the deficit is the  crusade of the Reform Parly,  which is entering its second  election campaign with a significant higher profile than in  Reform Party candidate  John Duncan  1988.  The party's local candidate,  Campbell River forester John  Duncan, said a balanced budget  is Reform credo: it affects the  party's philosophy regarding  free trade and all other issues.  "Conceptually, we're in  favour of free trade," Duncan  said, but not without lower  taxes, appropriate interprovin-  cial agreements, and job retraining programs."  National Party candidate  Mark Grenier, a 42-year-old  decorator who moved to Campbell River since the last election, said the question voters  should be asking all parties is:  "Where do you get your funds?"  While the National Party  echoes NDP thought on abrogating free trade and cancelling  the GST and maintaining social  programs, it wants to put an end  to corporate, trade union and  special interest group funding of  political parties.  "If the Canadian people get  us elected, we'll only be responsible to them," Grenier said.  "It's time to stop the litany of  abuses that have gone on in this  country for the last 20 years."  A  N   N  O   U   N   C   I   N  g(" )  fa  o/iomlvi  ^___a_____��r,  Sunday Sept. 19  11 KM) (km.-3:30 pan.  Venture Way, Gibsons  FALL  Tickets available at:  South Coast Ford ��� Sunshine G.M. ��� Tideline Truck Parts  Casey's Country Gardens ��� I.G.A. Gibsons Pwk Plaza ��� Peninsula Industries  (Tickets also available at gate) or phone 886-2191  Ticket Prices: Adults $6.00  Children underJ2_yrs accompanied by an adult $2.00 (Toddlers - Free)  Um  Lamps �� Shades �� Wall Sconces �� Track 'Ceiling Lights �� Fans �� Recessed �� Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5588 Inlet Ave., Sechelt Coast News, September 13, 1993  Seeds of  discontent bloom  in grassroots  The reverberations of the NDP government's decision  on Clayoquot Sound are resounding on the frontlines at  Tofino, in the courtrooms of the province and down at the  very foundations of the party itself.  It would be foolish for the NDP to ignore the fissures  of discontent showing up among the party's grassroots.  The local Peninsula Club wrote a letter of dissatisfaction to Victoria some months ago, angered by the precipitous decision on Clayoquot Sound, a decision that ran  counter to the expectations of change party members and  the wider electorate believed an NDP government represented.  Now it's the NDP faithful who are starling to speak up  in earnest, saying their mandarins have reneged on their  promises and betrayed the principles upon which they  came to power.  The charges are hard to allay after the government  skirted its own Commission on Resources and Environment in order to let logging proceed in an area that had  already evolved into the fulcrum of forestry conflict in  BC.  Premier Mike Harcourt has taken his jaunts to Scandinavia. He returned as the new messiah of value added  forest forestry. How soon economic ideology bows to  corporate pressure and the perennial cry of imminent lay  offs that won't be stifled by cutting in Clayoquot.  No wonder the party's members are feeling betrayed.  Take up Fox  trail of hope  There can be no greater Canadian image in the late  20th century than that of Terry Fox, hauling himself  along the nation's endless highway with a gritty determination that has inspired millions of people worldwide to  take up the challenge of cancer.  The thirteenth annual Terry Fox Run is coming up this  weekend, Sunday, Sept. 19, and there are two routes on  the Coast - one in Gibsons starting at St. Mary's Catholic  Church, the other in Sechelt at the elementary school. In  addition, participants may select a three-km, six-km, or  10-km course; choosing to walk, run, cycle, skateboard or  somersault.  Participation is the key, and each year the numbers and  funds raised have grown. More than a half million Canadians raised $8 million last year, bringing the total monies  raised for cancer research in Terry Fox's name to more  than $100 million since the first run in 1981.  The Gibsons run drew about 80 people last year. "It  would be nice if we could do better," says organizer Rieta  Hanson. No question. A recent 'Participaction' event  between Gibsons and Quesnel drew strong interest from  the community, and that was no more than an exercise in  municipal bragging rights.  The Terry Fox Run is so much more - a global phenomenon that operates directly at the local community  level. That makes it easy to keep the dream alive.  All you have to do is pick up a pledge sheet from a  local sports store or the post office and join the Marathon  of Hope.  J*W��Hl MWft flimCAl AHIWHIS5?  (MASCME 0F����^HHW MM  MOW ISSUE?  \ WHKKMYUWfiniijV   /^  ALT!*)?  GfcTUST?  KEBUEGUESripHS!  GET LOST*  jg����g��_j|r  i  SPCA moves  out of line  I am shocked - no, I am  appalled at the request for the  removal from office of the  SPCA of Violet Winegarden,  Yvonne Butterworth and Lenore  Cheesman.  Prior to opening of the new  shelter it was seldom Violet  Winegarden did not have stray  kittens, cats or dogs in her own  home to nurse and care for.  Since the opening, she has had  kittens in her home requiring  individual eye-drop feeding.  Yvonne Butterworth is the  caring owner of a three-legged  SPCA dog. She took this animal  home and with care and training  now has a delightful active animal that can manage on three  legs as well assist canine companions.  Lenore Cheesman has devoted untold personal hours to this  operation. She is one of the two  principle organizers in raising  funds and in the creation of the  new shelter.  I cannot speak personally of  the other directors, however, the  above-named individuals have  only the care and comfort of the  animals at heart. Isn't that the  meaning of the SPCA? Why  remove these dedicated volunteer workers who provide the  necessary TLC?  RENA WHITE  Gibsons  Support small  forestry business  1 recently noticed an unemployment figure for the Coast in  the paper. I was not surprised  that it was 18 per cent. I believe  that the reason many people live  here is because of the more  relaxed life style.  I have noticed, however, that  in the quest for jobs there seems  to be one source of work that  seems to be treated as though it  is not possible here, as though  we are too stupid and incapable.  I notice that of all the logs  that are brought out of the  woods only a very small amount  actually stays on the Coast to be  processed and 1 don't mean sawing them into lumber. I mean  creating finished product ready  to sell to the retail public trade.  When I talk to local business  people they talk about the woes  of trying to get access to logging  for the purpose of manufacture  or even buying logs. It appears  to me that the main purpose here  is to drop the logs into the water  and haul them to other markets.  I believe that we have some  operations cutting the bark off  yellow cedar and calling that a  manufactured product so that  they can send it off to Japan so  it can be manufactured into finished product and then likely  sold back to us.  Every time a log is dropped  into the water we are losing  jobs. But please no more big  saw mills or plywood plants or  the like. The small businesses  that are manufacturing "finished  wood products" would be a big  boon to local unemployment.  When someone tells me that we  can't compete I really have to  laugh, 'ine wages in Japan are at  least equal or above those in  Canada and the wages in the  Scandinavian (IKEA) and European countries are quite appealing. I cannot believe that we are  any less capable than they are.  It is obvious that there will  be greater reductions in allowable cut in the very near future.  Are we doomed to follow the  agenda of the multinationals that  are committed to exporting our  jobs to other centres and other  countries.  It is time for the small  entrepreneurs to let their voices  be heard, and I don't mean to  speak up. "Yell."  PATRICK MARK  Sechelt  Adapt or relocate  After reading the weekend  Vancouver Sun (Sept 4) article  on Roberts Creek by Caitlin  Hicks, and the Sept. 6 issue of  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast Newt  Box 460  Qlbsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  the Coast News, Roberts Creek  column by Beverley Shipley, it  is becoming apparent that  maybe these ladies and the 25 or  50 other hardline 'Creekers' are  trying to impose their 'philosophies', regardless of logic on the  rest of the approximately 2,300  Roberts Creek residents and the  approximately 20,000 Sunshine  Coast residents.  Land had to be cleared,  debris burned and trees felled to  build the homes they live in and  to provide for schools, roads,  playgrounds, etc. Trees also had  to be felled to provide the very  paper they choose to impose  their ideas on the rest of us.  Neither mentioned that  Roberts Creek is only one area  of the Sunshine Coast or that  this community should be  expected to carry its share in  providing jobs, taxes, recreation  and whatever else it takes to  provide a healthy, balanced  community.  We, believe it or not, are not  a "separate nation." If these  individuals feel unable to adapt  to life io 1993 in Roberts Creek,  it seems logical and sensible for  them to relocate to a more  remote or isolated area, instead  of trying to impose their ideas  on the rest of us.  There have been many articles recently in our local press  about the rapid growth of the  Sunshine Coast, including the  publication these columnists are  remunerated by, that it defies  logic how Area D (Roberts  Creek), being situated between  the centres of Gibsons and  Sechelt, can hope to stifle any  development based on 'whims  and philosophies.'  RON GILLIES  Roberto Creek  Problems abound for an embattled President Clinton  President Bill Clinton assured us all on his taking office he was not expecting the task ahead of  him to be an easy one.  One wonders if even Clinton anticipated the  cliff-hanging dramatics which attended the passage  of his first budget, the very cornerstone of his  attempt to get the American economy back on  track and of his first term in the White House.  Not once, but twice, Vice-President AI Gore  wu called upon as chairman of the Senate to cast a  tie-breaking ballot as the best compromise the  President could get wound its torturous way  through the legislative process.  Between those two votes the President apparently lobbied the legislators like a man possessed. His  best efforts could not move the Republican opposition who voted against him en masse. It took all of  his vaunted persuasiveness to get enough  Democrats to vote with him to scrape through his  economic package.  The Republicans seem unrepentant and possibly  unaware of the profligacy of their last two president!. Under the woolly grandeur of Ronald Reagan and the indifferent patrician leadership of  George Herbert Bush, the champions of fiscal prudence and smaller government have seen their  nation become the world's leading debtor.  It would arguably have been disastrous, not  only for America but for the world's economy, if  Clinton's modest attempts to get the American eco-  musings  John burnside  nomic house in order had been defeated.  What made it very likely was the staggered system of elections. With many lawmakers facing  election every second fall, it is difficult to vote for  tax increases. Enforcing that political reluctance is  tbe obduracy of the American voting public.  The tax burdens Americans cany are by far the  lightest in the industrialized world. The citizens of  that blessed republic seem to believe that such is  their birthright eternal.  Coddled and reassured by the benignly vapid  Reagan and his inconsequential successor, it seems  difficult for the Americans to adjust to their new  economic urgency.  Most informed commentators seem in agreement that the package which limped through  Congress and die Senate this summer was a minimal response to an overwhelmingly serious situation.  Nor is it likely to get easier for President Clin  ton. There is an urgent, if not overwhelming need  for the revamping of the American health care system. It is far and away the most expensive in the  world while leaving millions of Americans without  any coverage whatsoever.  Arraigned against the President are all the  familiar fat cats with their enormous ability to buy  time and space to sway public opinion; there are  the same timid politicians of both parties with their  eyes fixed on re-election and afraid of actions  which might backfire electorally in the short term.  There is, of course, also the cynical and battle-  hardened cadre at the heart of tbe Republican  Party, who intend to discredit this President. Led  by the veteran Bob Dole, obviously already running for the Presidency in 1996, these will align  themselves with every malcontent and ideologue  who opposes new health legislation.  Benefitting from the shortness of the political  memory, Dole and his cohorts will blithely ignore,  and be allowed to, the fact that the present disastrous reality has been brought about by Republican  incompetence and neglect and they will zealously  seek to sabotage the remedial measures made necessary during their ascendancy.  Once again the Achilles heel of the new proposals is likely to be some son of increase in taxation,  probably in the form of a payroll tax subscribed to  by both employee and employer. The refusal of tbe  American public to recognize that services are both  needed and must be paid for gives great advantage  to the President's enemies.  The President must successfully make the argument that the costs to the economy of inadequate  health coverage, inhibiting and destituting key sectors of the American public, simply cannot be  bome.  What almost defeated his economic package  was the enormous mobilized leverage of right-  wing groups, geared to bombard tentative legislators by mail and phone on an organized basis.  President Clinton cannot expect to continue to  survive by the merest Democratic whisker. He  must carry the fight for the minds of tbe American  public.  He must make it seem safer for at least some  Republicans to vote with him on a health plan. He  can expect his opponents in and out of office to  make that task as difficult for him as they possibly  can.  Beyond these enormous challenges there lurks  the challenge of adapting an American role in a  rapidly changing world. Americans have enjoyed  their roles as leaders of the Good Empire as  defined by Ronald Reagan.  They cannot afford to be the world's policeman,  but that truth will be no easier for them to accept in  the near future than any of the other radical  changes demanded of them by their embattled  President  COAST^NEWS  Saahrafrlta* ��ala*i fo,  tm Com Nene or to KHMn  CUM*.* I ya-�� ��� ��35 ��� $2 45 CST a, $37.45  6monlh-.* $20-SI*GST-521 40  Ionian lyt��r *$40(NoCSTi  Rat. No. 4702  Thai Sunihlnt CoaM Naawi h pubfahtal on  Iht Sun-Mot Com, RC. tvtty Monaiiy by  aasshri frees ltd.  Olnom om- ��� SS7 Cnafct Um  Box 460, Ohtarn, B.C., VON WO  1604) 886*2622, Fn (604) 6(6*7725  StoW) OH- ��� SSI t Ceeem St  Bon6��Stdltlt,B.C.,VON3AO  1604) taS-3930, EdaolM (604) MS-39S0,  F��|604)US-39S4  Publish*  PtlTatt  EtMor           Chlitot Htfl  flaapoaW*!      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Football is running into baseball  and what do you do when the  Blue Jays are playing the Yankees for first place while the  Bombers are playing Calgary?  Meanwhile the US Open tennis tournament is something that  needs to be watched throughout  and the PGA golf season's end  demands attention. Basketball  we are pretty well done with but  the hockey moguls are already  coming in fast for the winter  contracts.  And this is not to consider  soccer, wilh the widest international following, or things like  Australian style rugby, bowling  which to my mind we certainly  see enough of, boxing the WWF  clown show which should be  wearing pretty thin but there are  the older ladies jumping up and  down.  Auto racing takes up a lot of  programmed time and you can  only think that people are riveted by the hour to his deadly  scene of cars going round and  round hoping that at some point  there will be some horrible accident. Horse racing is altogether  legitimately there, but they are  careful you'll notice with trainers and odds-makers.  With all this vying for space  and we haven't even mentioned  a host of field and water sports,  it is not surprising that few new  games ever' make it to the  screen. I had to be up at 2 am  last Tuesday in order to see the  first new style competition in  I'm sure over a year.  This was a finch singing contest. It was held in a large field  bordered by jungle not far out of  Singapore. There were 15 or 20  poles about 30 feet high spaced  about the field with platforms  on top and at their ends a little  pulley arrangement The trainers  hoisted the finches in their  cages up to the tops of the poles  and apparently at a signal they  all burst into song.  One rule of the game is that  thc finches must sing continuously throughout the contest. A  finch skipping a cadenza is  immediately disqualified. These  finches, of course, do not all  have the same song and the  commentator added a touch of  humour by attempting to reproduce the different songs of different finches. They don't all  sing with the same timing as a  choir would either. The air is  there filled with what would be  to a layman a single if glorious  cacophony of song but the  judges pace gravely about  between the poles and can clearly pick out critically each individual finch.  This may well be the first  sports report on finch-singing to  appear in a Canadian newspaper, but when you are told that  you can get up to $60,000 for a  champion finch, and when you  reflect that finches eat a lot less  than horses, who knows? This  might be more than just an oddity out of the mysterious east It  could spread.  In a nutshell  iBar  Wednesdays & Thursdays  Lunch & Dinner  Tempura Tuesdays  O*    ,    _.   _r-%     _    For reservations,  MEGA _$-*���  RESTAURANT  886-4*2.4*1  There have certainly been  odder games played in Canada.  After the war, for example, a  Newfoundland farmer made a  formal complaint to the government His pastures were about  half-way between St. John's and  our air force base at Torbay. His  complaint was that on moonlit  nights certain flying personnel  would invade these fields, rouse  up his cows, and play a kind of  polo on them using brooms and  a soccer ball. I have no personal  experience of this, but still it  would have taken a pretty lively  imagination for this Newfoundland farmer to have made it up.  There have been many  games involving animals, some  real and some perhaps made up,  like Mark Twain's tale of the  hopping frog competition. In  Digby, NS, we devised a game  involving lobsters.  We had a submarine in  Digby and the skipper and I  shared a cabin. When coming  back in from wherever we  would keep a keen watch ahead  for lobster fishermen hauling in  their pots. We would then submerge and Mickey the Skipper  would play a stalking game (up  periscope, down periscope) and  we'd surface as near as reasonable alongside the lobsterman,  stuart nutter  and they were all glad to barter  lobsters to coke bottles filled  with navy rum.  Back at the cabin we had a  rain barrel filled with seawater  and we would feed our little  pound on oatmeal until we  needed them. Then we'd take  'em all out, race them across the  kitchen floor, bet on the race,  and the last lobsters would be  first into the pot.  Not all games though can be  carried on in this relaxed sort of  way. Some become, in fact,  obsessive and in some the competitive feeling falls little short  of war.  One friend I introduced to  backgammon became an instant  aficionado and would turn up at  my place sometimes before  dawn. We would play on the  deck and sometimes we would  flip to see who would face the  rising sun.  Another friend had a wise  and observant mother who  advised him to give all sports a  wide berth because he was a  natural bad loser. I think he has  done this and there are lots of  people who should have had the  same advice. Obviously,  though, there are also bad winners. Look at Toronto after the  World Series.  mu  Beads, Beads, Beads  J  ,<</ s  (Hon.-Sal. 10*5:30, Sun. IM  ,._.., 5729 Cowrie SI., SschB/f  *"��      T=l*-*l��PORT��  JJk_<dUll  ���FXTRAS  1  cvcvcvcvcvcvcvcvcvcvcvcvcycv  Gone Fishing  UR5DAY 5PECIAI  $40 per fttton 6 person maximum (no minimum)  ��� Weekly fishing trips  ��� Reservations in advance  ��� Part-day, full-day, weekly  trips all available on reauest \s:  5J3DSaS333  Fishing & Divine  Bruce McNevin 366-7693 Gibeone. B.C.  Alliance targets  wrong source  Because a daughter, her husband and two grandchildren  have taken up residence in your  community, I'm taking an interest in the Sunshine Coast. Your  newspaper is proving to be a  valuable source of information,  'choc-a-bloc' full of goodies.  The coverage of the Strait  marathon to raise money for the  Save Georgia Strait Alliance  (SCSA) with its focus on the  struggle of regulations to catch  up with pollution sources,  News, Aug. 23 particularly  caught my eye.  The SGSA's court action  against the GVRD amounts to a  direct attack on property owners  and renters of this regional district. The SGSA in taking its  frustration out on people such  as I, a property owner, has  picked the wrong target.  The GVRD recovers its costs  for services provided to its  member municipalities through  four legal entities each of which  is governed by separate provincial legislation. The Greater  Vancouver Sewerage and  Drainage District (GVS&DD)  Act, not the Municipal Act governing the GVRD, is the legal  entity governing collection and  treatment of the region's sewerage. Municipalities combine the  region's costs with their sewage  utility costs and the combined  costs are recovered from property owners (some of whom  pass them on to renters) as a  sewer utility charge.  Neither the GVRD nor the  GVS&DD have a red cent of  their own; every penny comes  from property owners and  renters of member municipalities.  Worse, much much worse, in  handling the case against the  region the provincial government's agency, the Attorney-  General's Ministry, is exacerbating said attack and, in the  process, offloading the provincial government's clear duty to  control pollution at source per  its own regulations, onto this  region's property owners and  renters for the whole shot of  pollution of the Fraser River  including that from industrial  sources. This is patently unfair  to residential property owners  and renters who may, surely, be  held responsible to pay for collection and treatment of hazardous household wastes.  Industrial pollution is also  subject to regulations and legislation of the federal government, including the Fisheries  Act under which the SGSA has  laid its charges against this  region. Therefore, this level of  government is also offloading  onto we so-called taxpayers  and, by abrogating its responsibilities and continuing so intransigent^ to refuse to participate  in the cleanup costs of the Fraser River, the federal government has richly earned our deep  contempt and condemnation.  The federal government has  adopted a polluter pays  approach to oil spill cleanup.  Under the control of the Canadian Coast Guard agreeing to  finance spill cleanup, research  and pollution control equipment  per a two dollar a ton levy on all  crude oil products transported in  Canadian waters on all except  double-hulled vessels.  Why in hades hasn't the  provincial government been  insisting on a similar approach  to prevent toxic chemicals and  heavy metals from ever getting  into the Fraser River in the first  place? I guess the answer is  pretty obvious: both the federal  and provincial governments  want property owners and  renters in this region to foot the  bills, damnit  But the Fraser River is polluted all along its course to one  extent or another. It passes  through/touches on nine regional districts in BC, four of which  (Dewdney-Alouette, Fraser-  Cheam, Central Fraser Valley  and this region, the GVRD) produce major pollution.  Why should we property  owners and renters of the  GVRD pay the whole shot? It  isn't our mess as at least one  GVRD director has mistakenly  admitted. It's everyone's mess  and it's high time the environmentalists, especially the SGSA  got off our backs and took on  tbe <eal culprits: the provincial  and federal governments per  their.Ministers of the Environment, Messrs. the Hon. John  Cashore and Pierre Vincent  respectively.  RUSSORSER  Coquitlam  These Boots  made for  Workin^^^  Available  ''exclusively at  Coast Cobbler  (.(nisi (.'ubblcr  ���SiSS lui'li  *  w  Use a water-resistant  sunscreen when swimming,  and re-apply it after  swimming or exercise.  IWMe  JOIN THE  Terry Fox Run  For Cancer Research  fc***!*a  -^*HlF*B��**vHDAT s  ^ilUcu]a��M-mualao  Sunday, September 19  St Mary's Church Hall  9:00 a.m.  3k,6kandlOk  For mote info contact Rleta at 886-8305  This Announcement  Sponsored by The Coast News.  idttioned  Fully licensed  ��� .Fine Wines  ��� Continental  Cuisine  ��� Magnificent  Seafood  HOURS  Monday Friday  7 am - * pm & S pm  ���Saturday & Sunday  Sam-apm&Spm  47* WTO-WINE COAST  DAVIS .1AV   PHONE  a��������������������������������������������������  Banquet  Rooms  for In  Restaurant  Catering Coast News, September 13, 1993  community  by Katharine Trueman, 885-2282  Hi there, my name is Katharine and I  will be your guest columnist reporting  on the news, happenings and special  events which are occurring in beautiful  Roberts Creek. However, as this is your  column as much as mine, how about  sharing what you know with me as it  happens. That way 1 can share it with  our friends and neighbours - give it a  try, you'll like it. Call me at the above  number day or evening.  Scout news  Once again the gang at the sixth Sunshine Coast Roberts Creek Scout Group  are ready for a brand new year. Registration and the first cub meeting (boys  age eight to 10 years) will take place on  Monday, Sept. 13 at 6:30 pm at the  Haida Site, Camp Byng. Registration  meeting for the parents only of beavers  (boys age five to seven years) will be  held on Tuesday. Sept. 14 al 6:30 pm at  the same location.  To start off the year in good old  Creek style, the group will hold a family  get-together on Sunday, Sept 19 from 4  to 7 pm. An old-fashioned sports event  with hot dogs and water mellon will be  the order of the day. So drop by on Sepl.  13 or 14 and register your son for a year  of traditional Scouting.  Roberts Creek elementary  The new school year is only a week  old and already the new addition is  bursting at the seams. Principal Jack  Pope says "The student population at  Roberts Creek elementary has just  mushroomed. We have experienced a  25 percent growth over last year and  have exceeded the school board level of  350 students by 30." He goes on to say  that the school has moved into the seven  room addition which was made available on time as agreed by the contractor.  "We are expecting two more classrooms within the next week but have  put together another much-needed classroom and acquired another teacher to  bring total staff to 25. with eight to 10  working pan-time." said Pope. Even the  portables are being used to full capacity  but the two from the playing field will  have to be moved shortly.  It's unbelievable that the expansion  project which began three or four years  ago and is more than half-way completed is now not adequate.  Pope says that the pressure is on for  now but hopes that the board's plans for  ���middle schools' on the Coast will help  to relieve the overcrowded situation.  ne student population at  Roberts Creek elementary  bas just mushroomed  -Jack Pope  How can we help? Volunteers are  always welcome at the school. If you  have special skills, can help in the  office, or work one-on-one with students, there's a job waiting for you.  If you are a parent or member of the  community and have time to spare, give  Jack Pope a call at 885-9229. Also parents are encouraged to attend the first  Parent Advisory Committee meeiing on  Sept. 21 at 7 pm at the school.  Creek entertainment  Coming to the Gumboot Cafe in  downtown Roberts Creek on Thursday,  Sept. 16 at 7:30 pm will be a night of  Traditional Music and Beyond with  West Coast vocalist Linda Miller and  Ottawa native Nathan Curry, accomplished vocalist and instrumentalist  There is a $5 cover charge. Food will  be available. Please bring an instrument  for a traditional session to follow.  The Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society  announces a venue for quality folk  music. A licensed coffee house at the  Robens Creek hall will hold six shows  during the season. Year round memberships with ticket discounts are available.  On Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 pm,  Garnet Rogers will be the first guest  performer.  Cost is $13 and for information call  Jeanette at 885-5512.  library notes  Thirty-one new books were purchased in August: 19 fiction, including  four short-story collections.  Only four mysteries we etought in  this month, but what quality. The latest  Jcflto Ar her, the latest Jack H.ggms,  ^Louisiana low-life fromM  Lee Burke, and Anna's Book, by Bar  Ravine, better known perhaps as  ne^ genera, fiction we-  offer The Quior by Joanna Trollope,  who has bea.me a runaway avounte in  John LeCarre. and Pene ope Lively s  Cleopatra1 s Slst.r- Also. Nereis  Beyond the Reef by Alexander Kent *e  latest in his Bolitho series about a naval  offier during the Napoleonic wars.  Shades of Homblower, and.good swashbuckling stuff, if not quite up to the  standard of his immortal predecessor  0Td stuff in the non-f.ct.on too.  including travel writing by Canadian  SS Woodcock, JKCalbraith. con-  tinuing to make the dismal science o  economics clearer to us all, ana. for *  5 us gloomily contemptatlng the result  of summer time lounging, New Fit or  Fat by Covert Bailey.  ���H. '  landing   ,  i    Clothing co1  FwVARSHLAND   L  TS5oow��_^  OISSONSIAN��NO  116--U6      __  ["gaKeRIES-*!  CANDELABRA  1*6-1491  ��ibanon_  UretrnncMS  1SS6-3S72  THt LANDING  GWR_______L  iGlFTCEOTHCAnl  �����M OOWIt r\. 9D_t  "SS-S-MII  AT THE TWIU-3HTIH6A1M /  8 pm Friday, Sept. 10  to Thursday. 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AT HWY. 101  OIBSONS  ������6-9090  DocksfDe  pharxnaqy  ll��    $40 GIFT    Oil  IL CERTIFICATE  441 MAMNIMUVI,  OIBSONS LANDING  M6-3I9I  ���. EL NINO  $40 GIFT  .CERTIFICATE  ���*����� MAMNI MM  ���~ggSS&  iii i ������ i ii i iiiiiiii  WALT'S  AUTO  tm omcui tow mate*  NnMtwwmwnoN  ��� WALT'S T-SHWT*  A $35 CERTIFICATE  |      FOtTOW     ft  694 HWY. 101, OIBSONS  SB6-9S00  ���    ���������  \V6difl_Me,  ATBONNIiiMftUOOOt  OWN n______jND  $40 GIFT  CERTIFICATE  1  FOOT Of OOWIRPT.RO.,  �� SS6-21M  ���&-*ffi!^&S8j��&R_  by George Cooper  Ross Gibson, who died in  Victoria Aug. 26 was a great-  grandson of the founder of what  became known as Gibson's  Landing.  Gibson was born at Watkins  Landing (now Twin Creeks) in  1922, had his early schooling in  Ontario but went to high school  in Gibsons Landing in the mid-  '30s when Stan Trueman was  the principal.  He enlisted in the navy in  1939, the first year of WWII.  After demobilization he was  employed for a time in the Hudson's Bay Company outlet in  Telegraph Creek, then joined  the Provincial Police and  moved on to the RCMP when it  absorbed the provincial body in  1950.  Gibson's  career  in  the  RCMP took him to the Arctic  for a number of years, a good  part of which was taken up with  looking after the needs of the  lnuit, who were re-located lo  Cornwallis Island where no  natives had lived for 200 years.  This re-location has been the  topic of country-wide news in  the past couple of years as a  royal commission has made  questionable accusations of  exploitation of the natives. As  late as last December, Gibson  was countering the commission's findings in radio and  news interviews.  "I lived with ihose lnuit,"  Gibson told me, "and if the  conditions had been so hazardous as now reported, I would  certainly have perished with  them." He retired from Ihe  RCMP a sergeant.  Retired from the RCMP in  Ottawa, Gibson and his family  came to Gibsons where he  found employment with the BC  Ferry Corporation.  In 1972 the Coast News of  the day states, he transferred to  the Swartz Bay terminal and  jtook up residence in Sidney,  loving to Victoria in his second retirement.  Here in Gibsons, he was for  several terms a member of the  legion executive. Gibson was a  keen member of the scouts  association executive and  served in St. Hilda's as vicar's  warden to Reverend John Kelly  and later as a lay reader.  In the museum which he  served as president from 1969  to 1972, visitors will find his  prized Arctic artifacts.  Always interested in the history of the town, Gibson was  always a fascinating source of  information about our history. Coast News, September 13, 1993  community  King Koncrete Ltd.  Ambulance  personnel  transport an  injured tugboat  crewman Trom  Davis Bay  Wharf to shore  Thursday  morning.  The man  suffered a back  Injury In a fall.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Drivevjags, Exposed Aggregate, Garage Pads,  Unislone, Sidewalks, Patios, Curb & Gutter  \ Coloured Concrete, Pilings, Quansets.  Retaining Walls, Concrete Removal, Bobcat  & Truck Available.  Also available: Landscaping Needs, Leveling  & Grading. Also specializing in Colour  Imprinted Concrete (English Cobblestone,  Cumbrian Stone, Random Rubble, Roman  Flagstone, Kentish Tile, Herringbone Brick,  Basketweave) available in various colours as  well as coloured exposed aggregate.  davis bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  School is in, Ihe majority of  Ihe tourists have moved on, so  now we can get on with our regular routine of everyday living.  We look forward eagerly lo  Ihe Continuing Ed brochures  thai will be landing on our  doorstep any day now and the  new books that will be offered  in our neighbourhood libraries.  We'll haunt the craft shops and  fabric stores, Ihe building supplies and hardware havens, any  one of Ihem that offers us do-it-  yourself projecls lo wile away  Ihe days when lhe rain is running down Ihe windows. Sound  familiar?  Library notes  Margaret Phillips of Ihe  Davis Bay Library has a new  assortment of good books on  hand for your reading pleasure.  Walking the Line, by Praser;  Homesteads and Snug Harbours  - the Gulf Islands, by Murray;  When the Work's All Done This  Fall, by Mcintosh; 49 North  Cooks Wild (Wild Game  Recipes), by Bennett; Kona Outdoor Cook Book; Fried Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Cafe, by  Flagg; and An Innocent Millionaire, by Vizinczey.  The library wishes to thank  Vi Culling for her generous  donation of a variety of books,  also to the anonymous person  who left books in the 'book  drop', all in good condition and  a nice addition to the library. If  you haven't visited the library  recently, volunteers are on duty  from 12 to 4 pm Fridays and 2  to 4 pm Saturdays. Drop in, say  hi, they'd love lo see you.  Flea market  The flea market held on  August 28 at the hall attracted a  good turnout and offered a  tempting variety of different  Oct. 18 from 10 am to 3 pm at  the centre, <1602 Simkins Road,  Davis Bay. If you wish to make  a donation, call Barb at 885-  0855 or Sally at 885-1934.  This coming Thursday, Sept.  16 is Rosh Hashanah, a two-day  vacation that marks the start of  the Jewish New Year. Happy  New Year.  items. Peggy Dalziel and Sue  LeNeve served coffee, cinnamon buns and good humour  from the kitchen, while Chris  played enjoyable music to  soothe the bustling shoppers as  welt as the vendors.  Crafts, etc.  A sale of crafts and collectibles is planned for Saturday,  Oct. 9 from 9 am to 1 pm at the  hall. Tables are $8 each and may  be booked by calling Bill at 885-  7490. The DBWC Community  Association is sponsoring a raffle with proceeds going to  'books for newborns'. First  prize is an Ambassadeur 6000  casting reel; second is a pickup,  load of seasoned firewood.  Tickets are $1 and the draw will  be made at the hall on Oct. 12.  The Sunshine Coast Hornet;,  Support Society in conjunction    ., tt* Electors  with Kirkland Centre is heMp**-, J |fl.*T^  a garage/bake sale on Saturday,., ^-VQtiOfl: ;  DINNER & SHOW  Robert Mesmer  CANADA'S FOREMOST MENTALIST  Sat, Sept, 25th  "Mesmer bring laughter fir magic together In  an act that always leaves the audience  delighted. Audience volunteers experience  everything from -weightlessness to surfing,  from piloting a rocket to swimming  underwater and much, much mm".  Special 3 course menu -  choice of 3 appetizers, entrees & desserts.  Advance Reservations required.  885-7184, limited seating.  ���(_-*��� Dinner & show $30.00 + GST^s**,  HUti h for iijn oin'nix  NOTICE TO RESIDENT ELECTORS AND PROPERTY  ELECTORS ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  In 1993 the Province amended the Municipal Act and other relevant Acts to change some of  the requirements related to voting in Municipalities, School Districts, Regional Districts and  Islands Trust which will affect your vote in the upcoming local government elections.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District, the District of Sechelt and the Town of Gibsons have  adopted bylaws to the elfect that the Provincial list of voters becomes the register of  resident electors on September 28, 1993 for the general local election to be held on  Saturday, November 20,1993.  A copy of the List of registered electors will be available for public inspection at the  respective government offices Irom Tuesday, October 5, 1993 until the close of general  voting for the election.  The legislation in the Municipal Act that sets out the qualifications for electors entitled to  vote at local government elections has changed substantially and if you are not on the  voters list and you intend to register on Voting Day please take note of the following:  Qualifications tor a resident elector are:  (a) on general voting day you must be eighteen years ot age or  older (changed from the minimum of nineteen years of age);  (b) a person MUST be a Canadian citizen;  (c) a person must have resided in British Columbia in accordance with Section  53 of the Municipal Act for at least six months immediately preceding the  day of registration;  (d) a person must have resided in the area in which the vote is taking place in  accordance with Section S3 of the Municipal Act for at least 30 day*  immediately preceding the day of registration (reduced from three months  in the previous legislation);  (e) you must not be disqualified by the Municipal Act or any other enactment  Irom voting in the election.  Qualifications for Property Electore are;  (a)'     a person must not be entitled to register as a resident elector;  (b) a person must be eighteen yeare ot age or older on general voting day  (changed from nineteen years of age);  (c) a person MUST be a Canadian citizen;  (d) a person must have resided in British Columbia in accordance with Section  53 of the Municipal Act for at least six months Immediately preceding  registration;  (e) a person must be registered owner of the real property used for  qualification at least 30 daya immediately preceding the day of registration  (this is new in that there was no time requirement in the previous  legislation);  (t)       a person must not be disqualified under the Municipal Act or any other act  from voting in an election.  BuMflfirtlpj of Property Electors:  (a) In order to vote on advance voting days or on general voting day property  electors MUST apply for a Property Elector Certificate from the official of  the local government in which the election is being held on or before  November 5.1993.  (b) If more than one Individual Is registered as an owner of the real property  only one Individual is entitled to vote with the written consent of a  majority of all other registered owners that are on the title including the  person requesting registration.  IMPORTANT;  Non-residents previously registered for past elections as a property elector or tenant elector  will no longer be on the list of electors and if they wish to vote at this election as a property  elector the rules set out above will apply. There are no longer any tenant electors or  corporate votes.  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer  HkTbe -Corporation ot tbe  Bisitrirt of ��?n\)i\t  P.O. Box 129,5545 W Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 885*1986 Fax:(604)865-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice  ��* leTl  ��echelt Municipal Elections are on  November 20,1993, with two Advance  voting opportunities on November 10 and  November 12. To vote, you must be 18  years of age or older, a Canadian citizen, A  B.C. resident for at least six months and a  Sechelt resident for at least thirty days.  Registration to Vote:  Resident Electors  The resident voters list will be based on the  Provincial voters list as it stands on  September 28,1993. To be added to the  Provincial voters list, visit the Government  Agent's office. Residents who are not on  the Provincial list can register at the time  of voting.  Non-RoildOTt Eloctort  Non-resident property owners can vote  only when they have obtained a property  elector certificate from the Municipal Hall by  November 5.1993. The application for that  certificate must be signed by a majority of  individuals on title, who name one  individual as the person entitled to vote.  Bring a copy of your Certificate or Title or  recent title search. You must take the  property elector certificate with you and  register at the time of voting.  Nominations for Office:  Nominations for Mayor or Councillor will be  received between October 5th and October  15th, inclusive. Nomination papers will be  available soon. To be nominated you must  be at least 18 years of age, a Canadian  citizen, and a B.C. resident for at least six  months.  Watch for official election announcements  with full details.  Environment  Committee Meeting  Tuesday, September 28th, 1993 at 9:00 fc.m.  in the Council Chamber, Municipal Hall  Agenda Items  1. Response to specific questions re  sewer project now under construction.  2. Backyard burning.  From: Construction Aggregates  To Residents in the Vicinity of the Gravel  Operation  Blasting  Please note that for the week commencing  on Monday, September 15th, 1993  blasting will be done at the gravel  operation as noted below:  MON., Sept 13 10:00 am and 4:00 pm  TUES., Sept.. 14 10:00 am and 4:00 pm  WED., Sept. 15 10:00 am and 4:00 pm  THURS., Sept 16 10:00 am and 4:00 pm  FRI., Sept. 17 10:00 am and 4:00 pm  We will advise residents of further blasting  schedules as they occur.  New blasting techniques will be used and  any noise should be minimal. We apologize  for any inconvenience this may cause to  residents in the atea.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1 st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be  made to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING  PERMITS ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE  PRESENT TIME DUE TO THE  CURRENT HOT WEATHER  CONDITIONS.  New Municipal  Hall Hours  Please note that the Sechelt Municipal  Hall will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00  p.m. Monday through Friday beginning  ir 13th, 1993. 8        Coast News, September 13, 1993  rw���������--���*---* *r  I I  :  ���  New item  ORGANIC BABY FOOD  Several Varieties  VARIETY il::'.!.?',, FOODS  community  Sorry to  ^ inconvenience  BUT  Our icflsbrooms  will be closed  from Sept. 13 23.  PLEASE BE/A  WITH US!  __��__t  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  I have fond memories of my  days as a brownie. I loved my  uniform and the beret that went  with it. I loved the songs and  games we played. I even loved  the little brownie booklet that  outlined our ideals and specified  the activities we were expected  to accomplish. Eventually I  wanted to move on to the next  stage and become a girl guide. I  envied my older sister's beautiful blue guide uniform and 1  especially coveted her shining  silver whistle which she was not  averse to blowing in my ear.  She had earned the whistle in  her dedication to girl guiding  and I wanted one too.  One had to pass certain tests  lo move from brownie to girl  guiding and I was hopeless at  knot-lying. I remember my best  friend and I sneaking off behind  a screen at St. Joe's Hall to  practise our knots. We began  giggling so hard that our Angers  got stuck in the knots. We  resorted to using our teeth to  pull on the cords, but finally  gave that up as we rocked with  glee, tears of laughter rolling  down our fat little brownie  cheeks. 1 realized then that I  would likely never earn a silver  whistle, but 1 had great fun anyway. I highly recommend the  experience of girt guides - it has  probably changed somewhat  over the years but the essential  fun and good values remain.  For the finest ht ma dining  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Haid-A-Way Restaurant  The Hald-A-Way Restaurant and dining room located In the Gibsons  Motor Inn Invites you to come In and visit We think you will enjoy  die reined atmosphere and comfortable surroundings. Enjoy a cup  of coffee or a cool drink in our courtyard area.  The restaurant is open for breakfast  Monday to Friday at 5:30 a.m. and Saturday & Sunday at 7:00 a.m. (Closed  Monday-Saturday 2-5 p-m. Closed Sunday night.)  For a simply delicious dinner and  dining experience, it's the Haid-A-Way.  Highway 101 at Park Road  Phone 886-4501  FAMILY DINING  HlM-A-Wiy RtitMirant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibaona Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm ��� 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays (c Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, wilh a Urge  selection of hoi and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday Is  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 986-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  MM Family Rasteurart Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Hours: Open Sun ��� Thurs,  11 am-9pm. Fri fcSal 11 am-10  pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  The Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Bninch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  BKLAKFASTo. LUNCH  De Dutch Pannekoek Houm - Breakfast or lunch all day from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends.  Across from Ihe Sunnycrest Mall,  Hwy. 101 at Shaw Road (Cedars  Inn Complex), Cibsons. Visa at  MC. 886-9090.  Backaddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Mondays at Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvines Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am lo 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Fender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k  Visa. Fully licensed  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Cower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 days a  week.  FINE DINING  Andy's haHManl - Lunch and dinner specials every day House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this supeib dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3347.  Chei Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in Ihe quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list tnd friendly  Creak Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885*9321.  Open Visa A Mastercard. 40 seals.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Cibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamW desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Lunch  hours: 11:30 ��� 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  PtsMM - On Tho Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant, Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechell al the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TftKF OUT  En* I Oman's Drive In ��� Take oul, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge for orders  under $10. Hwy. 101. Cibsons. 886-  7813.  Girls ages fives years and up  can register for sparks, brownies, girl guides and pathfinders  at St. Hilda's Hall on Tuesday,  Sept. 14 from 6:30 to 8 pm.  Denise Lee, the commissioner  for the Hunechin (Sechelt) District, can be reached evenings  only at 885-2961 if you have  questions. The Hunechin District covers the area from  Browning Road to Wood Bay.  Beavers register at St.  Hilda's Hall at 5:45 pm on Sept.  13. Cubs and scouts register the  same evening beginning al 7  pm. Call Bob Crosbie at 885-  5811 if you have questions.  Fall encroaches  Fall is coming and it's time  to drop into the arts centre to  check out its fall program of  workshops. There is a good  variety of courses available,  including native design, collage  art and painting and drawing.  The centre is open Wednesday  through Sunday from 10 am to 4  pm. Por information call 885-  5412.  You can pick up tickets at the  door for the Celebrity Dessert  Auction that begins on Friday,  Sept. 17 at 7:30 pm in Ihe north  wing of Rockwood Centre. This  is a fundraiser for the Story-  Telling Festival coming up  October 1 to 3. The auction is a  fun event wilh local celebrities,  not necessarily noted for their  culinary skills, having a dessert  bakeoff.  All the right snuff  This burn on the beach at Gibsons Bluff was shut down minutes later by the Gibsons Volunteer  Fire Department A Coast fire ban remains in effect until further notice. Joel Johnstone photo  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  People of all ages will be  welcome to join the Halfmoon  Bay Karate Club which is due to  start on Monday, Sept. 20 at  Coopers Green lull. Coach Ben  Robinson will be on hand from  7 to 8:30 pm each Monday and  Wednesday at the hall and on  Thursdays from 6 to 7 pm at  Halfmoon Bay school. For further info call 885-9026.  Wedding by the sea  A pretty waterfront wedding  was celebrated on Aug. 21 at the  Potter home in Secret Cove  when April Marie, youngest  daughter of Raymond and Rosalie Potter, exchanged vows  with Robert Daniel Shipman,  son of Earl and June Shipman of  Costa Mesa, California. A family garden reception followed  and the happy couple headed for  a honeymoon in Las Vegas.  They have taken up residence in  Surrey.  An Invitation  If you live in the Halfmoon  Bay area and enjoy getting  April Marie Potter and Robert Shipman exchanger! vows In  Secret Cove Aug. 21. photo submitted  together with friends and neighbours, or if you are new to the  area and would like to get to  know new friends, there is a  golden opportunity to do so by  showing up at the Welcome  Beach community hall next Saturday, Sept. 18 at about 7 pm.  There is no admission cost and  refreshments will be served.  Surprise  Who would have expected  this fantastic spell of great  weather this late in the summer.  Guess the sun forgot all about  coming here till now. Makes it  especially nice for those of us  who have late summer visitors  to show off the beauty of the  area under sunny skies.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19  7:30 - 9.-00 PeM.  Elphinstone Secondary School Gym  EVENT SPONSORED BY:  Adults: $5.00  Seniors & Kids  (under 121: $3.00  Family: $15.00  Tickets at: NRS Gibsons,  NRS Sechell, RCMP Gibsons & Sechelt  & The landing Clothing Co.  IHIS NOIICt SPONSOIED BV:  y  SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  _t_m_m ���  community  harbour gybe  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  I enjoyed my month's  sojourn, although it was rather  hectic organizing the Save the  Strait Marathon and then taking  a couple of weeks of long overdue holidays. I was not surprised to find that the beaches in  California are having the same  problems with pollution as we  are. The price tag for the LA  area is over a billion dollars to  clean up the mess, while raw  sewage from Mexico is polluting the beaches in San Diego.  Harbour secondary  Congratulations to Klisala  Harrison who won a $1,000  scholarship from the school district and Andrea Wright and  Kim Struthers who each won a  $1,000 scholarship from the  province.  Madeira Park elementary  Sept. 21 - school photos:  Sept. 22 Parent Night, 6:30 to  7:15 pm; General Parents Meeting 7:30 pm - topics will include  1993/94 school goals, policy for  fundraising, parent priorities,  elec PAC executive, explanation  of accreditation; Sept. 24 gift  shop fundraiser; Sept. 24 Terry  Fox Run, 11:30 am.  community service*  1  Setting their  "a**,    -aa. ~%m��   j-"  ��� -~a";."-~*i^J*%||i��f O,  r-2,..  sights on  sunny  ~���-is--_-- _i;*��_n��*i <*  gS'saiaSSn-*'  &���_?��� _-���*����*  3JC*-*'r   ' "     "*-��  -SS, ���  '.>" _   -  -**_��    '**~-*-l'  " ~&_T^:*^r~  ���339  Iir***-  ��-���������  -   *ve-  -���*  -i  ���aa-aaaaa  horizons, two  young sailors  row out from  shore.  Joel Johnstone  photo  -nm   Tt>       ���-               /  ~-��i  ....  Aquatic centre  Come visit our newly renovated weight room that has been  equipped   with   more   free  weights, a stair climber  machine, a rowing machine and  a cross country ski machine.  Look for some of our new fit  ness classes on our program.  We would like to welcome Leah  Powell as one of our new fitness  instructors.  Swimming lessons start this  week and nexl, along with synchro, adapted aquatics, swim  team, Pool Rats Lifesaving  Club, recreational gymnastics,  gym 'n swim and dance and  swim.  There will be an RLSSC  instructor and a bronze medallion course starting on Tuesday,  Sepl. 14 and a Red Cross Standard Firsl Aid and CPR course  on Sept. 22.  Call the pool at 883-2612 to  register.  Girl guides  Registration is on Wednesday, Sepl. 15 at 7:30 pm at St.  Andrews Church. There is a  shortage of brownies and guide  leaders Ihis year so please try to  volunteer a couple of hours a  week.  Please bring any uniforms  lhat you don't need anymore to  Linda Curtiss at the PH Health  Clinic.  The Pender Harbour InfoCentre will be open weekends  until the end of the month.  Coast News, September 13, 1993  iia-^dllllBa^iiJSSSHBIII-Kiaai  �� See the Worldly-- J  SS Fashions and jewellery from p/**^^^^. ~  Indonesia, the Phillipines,  Monaco, Peru, etc., etc., etc  Mon.-SaM0-5.30, Sun. IM  572. Cowrie St., Sechelt  III*  i dni���i  THE TIMBER FRAME COMPANY  R.R. 3,  Powell River. B.C.  V8A 5C1 (604) 487-4396  ��� xlress-skin  panel enclosures  . call or write  for information  Maurice Shapiro  For survivors of childhood sexual abuse,  support and education are two important elements in the healing process.  Understanding how the abuse has affected  a person's life and being able to share the  ups and downs of recovery wtih others going  through the same thing, offsets the feelings  of being different, crazy or alone. But for  most, finding those supportive others is next  to impossible.  Next week a Support, Education and Pre  vention of Sexual Abuse (SEPSA) group  gets underway under Sunshine Coast Community Services Society's sponsorship, at no  cost to participants. SEPSA groups were  orginally designed by Maureen McEvoy, a  Vancouver psychotherapist and Shirley Tur-  cotte, author of To A Safe Place, the documentary produced by teh National Film  Board of Canada about Shirley's own healing from incest.  The 12 weekly group sessions aim to pro  vide educaton about the long-term effects of  childhood sexual abuse and the stages of  healing; provide tools for coping; teach  boundaries; facilitate trust building and  group sharing; help build a support network  among participants and assist individuals in  effecting personal change.  Anyone interested in joining the group  which is limited to 10 women, should call  Community Services at 885-5881 for more  information.  #4  Locating a Septic Tank for   j  Pumping or Inspection        |  ��� Tank & Held may be on same side ol  house as kitchen & bathrooms in a large  clear land area  ��� In dry weather, grass may be brown & dry  above tank.  ��� Most tanks are 4-10 foot Irom house.  Depth may vary.  ��� It tank Is concrete, metal or wood, probe  ground with steel bar. Probe carefully It  fiberglass.  ��� If possible, locate sewage pipe In basement o  crawl space. Find Its exit on outside wall &  follow to tank by digging.  ��� Previous owner, builder, excavator or Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit may have location  Information  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Seivices serving Gibsons.  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  i  by Pat Thibodeau  The Summer Fun Raffle was  drawn on Sept. 6 and Siouxze  Cook won first prize, Heather's  handwoven tapestry; Ching  Chang won second, my hand-  knit rainbow toques; and yours  truly won dinner for two at Tom  and Sherry's.  Thanks to all who purchased  tickets or who donated time,  money or supplies. You all  helped make it a success.  Tennis anyone?  The Egmont Tennis Club is  heading full swing into ils fall  season.  If you're interested in a  weekly soccer session, contact  Chris Pearson on the school bus  or myself. We need numbers  before we can get it started.  Egmont school  The Egmont Community  School seems sadly silent now  that our children are attending  Madeira Park elementary. My  mind is full of possible uses for  the school - Moms and Tots, a  Teen Club, Family Video Night,  a Business and Small Enterprise  Centre, Craft/Art Workshop,  formal and informal Music  Night jam sessions.  Winter nights are long and  dark - what better way to spend  some time with friends and  neighbours?  The possibility of having a  harvest potluck and dance with  live entertainment is currently  being discussed for the latter  part of October. As soon as I  know further details, I'll pass it  Business hours  Now that our tourist season  is winding down, Egmont hours  are back to Egmont time.  Bathgates - Mon. lo Fri., 8  am to 5:30 pm, Sat. and Sun., 9  am to 5:30 pm. Backeddy -  kitchen, noon to 8 pm; pub,  noon; closed Monday and Tuesday.  Tom and Sherry's - every  day 9 am to 8 pm. GRIPS Recycling Depot - Fri., Sat. and Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm.  Congrats...  Congratulations to Pete and  Bev Federko who were married  on Sept. 4 at the Egmont Community Hall. All the best to you.  Former Egmont resident  Dick Birch passed on last week  in Vancouver. He is survived by  wife Kay and daughter  Maryanne.  Dave Deiter departs  Our friend Dave Deiter will  be leaving Egmont for Germany  (as the crow flies) to join Marianne who is attending university  there.  He has two kayaks, as well  as two vans to dispose of, if  you're looking for one or two.  Katie Devlin would like to  thank the person who retrieved  the aluminum cans from Waugh  Lake. (1 would too).  New neighbours  Larry and Elias Campo have  moved all the way from Waugh  Lake into beautiful downtown  Egmont and while discussing  the move on their front porch,  we caught an Egmont Glimpse  of the saltchuck along with the  realization that the whole world  is accessible by water from  here.  One stop  does it all!  Shock  Installation  Front-end  Alignment  Muffler  Specialist  Rowland  Brake & Muffler  Wharf St., Sechell  885-1600  Tlie Stonehaven. Cathedral i tilings, panoramic windows. Absolutely stunning.  VICEROY OFFERS  TODAY'S BEST VALUE  IN FINE CUSTOM HOMES  If you plan to build, Vicerory offers you the best  value for your money in fine custom homes.  Because we manufacture our own building  materials, (windows, doors, skylights, siding,  etc.) we can afford to put more quality features in  your home than any other source. Call us today  for more details.  Wiceroy  Independently distributed by:  LAND-AIR DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  P.O. Box399,  Gibsons, British Columbia, VON IVO  885-2666  Om ii 8 am-Wpm own day!,  B.C. Tendei  Broccoli  ������e��m  ��***���  .48  "���"���In  <^zr  Washington  Nectarines  California     ^^ M  Cantaloupe  ���* J*  Family Pack- Boneless  Chicken Breast,  or Strips  Pender Harbou  Hot House  Tomatoes  .98  President or Black Frier  Plums  .68  Reynolds  Wrap  12"x25'   149  T  Baron of Beef  Canada A Inside  Round Roast  Salads  Armstrong  Cheddar  Cheese     .20%  Random Cut  Try one of our homemade solodsl  This week featuring Checkers  own Bean Salad .  aOflfi  Fabianelli  Assorted  Pasta  500 g  .69  Free delivery on $25 orders and all senior's orders  CHECKERS  (aarl.il.  If.  If  *a  M  i  w  TH  F  j  S  13  u  15  16  17  18  19  We reserve lhe right lo limit quantities  Wo accept I  wiHMhr.rtlt.4 sp-KlaU. 10       Coast News, September 13, 1993  \ :���  fiSESsnil  Theseare,ustafew,  -**.u specials ur.,,'ii <._  ERiTflGL<^flRt��T:  ���junaay. September 19, 1993  frail Bay Ma , Sechelt AA<; .mc  Mea 885-qsio J*l  1       w-2025  0 V812 ��� Bakery 885-9823  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  Ocean's flaked. In water  Light Tuna  184g  .78  Robin Hood oil varieties  Flour  10 kg..  5  78  Sunspun ciujhed  398 ml......   Highland Springs  SoftDrinks 6/tM  355 ml ..���.,������ ������.��� 4|  ���������  355 ml    i   -       ���  Tea Bags  80'S ��Z- ~..i  French's Mpeeze  Mustatd  500 ml....*a-..*.   China Lily  SoyaS*  453 Sll a*..  uce  Ragu Old World, Plain  Spaghetti Sauce  Cloverleal  Pink Salmon  213g   Delmonte summer crisp  Kernel Corn  341 ml   Nellson's chocolate  Macaroons  340 g   lunch Box Punch  Fruit Drinks  3x250 ml   McVltie's digestive  Biscuits  500 g   McCormlck's Max! Fruit  Cookies  350 g   Mccormick's Viva Putt  Cookies  300 g   Quaker  Life Cereal  730 g   Quaker cereal  Cap'n Crunch  350 j;   Gatorode  Thirst Quencher  9S0ml   Cortina  Kidney Beans  540 ml '   Unlco pickled  Capers  125 ml   Austral Just Fruit  Tropical Salad  398 mf.   268  1*98  ]88  J68  ]58  .68  228  .88  298  218  J98  298  268  J68  .78  ]98  .78  Upton owortedHovouts  Drink Crystals  makes 21   Dole  Pineapple Juice  6x170 ml"   Lundberg  Fancy Rices  454 g   Goodhost - Includes Iree pitcher  Ice Tea Mix  750 g   Nalley's hot or mild  Chili con Came  425 g ,   Tropic Isle  Peaches  398 ml   Mcculloch's grope  Mineral water  300 ml   Enlatac powder  Infant Formula  454 g   Ken mugs or glass  Tumblers  15 oz   .981  ]88  J88  459  I18  .78  4/228  Bernardln large, XL  Freezer Bags  s's/4's z:.  Arctic Power laundiy  Detergent  Glad  Garbage Bags  Reynold's aluminum  Foil Wrap  12"x25' r..   Mainstay dry  Cat Food  4 kg   Purina  Puppy Chow  4 kg"'   Purina  Tender Vittles  SOOg   Love's assorted flavours  Cat Food  383 g   6/428  .68  568  568  l28  348  598  ]68  .58  DAIRY  FROZEN FOODS  Inwood  Butter  454 g   Monarch toft  Margarine  454 g   Scardlllo  Mozzarella  340 g   Roto  Feta Cheese  200 g   Cortina medium  Grated Cheddar  250 g   268  .88  238  358  268  Old South concentrate  Orange Juice  355 ml..  Tropical Sun white  Lemonade  355 ml   Snowcap trench fries ��  Hash Browns  mg   Snowcrest mixed vegetables or  Kernel Corn  'kg   Plllsbury pepperoni or  Cheese Pizza  370 g   .98  .88  2*8  + MEAT  Canada grade A beet  Prime Rib  Roast  8.80/kg  3991b  Canada grade A beet  Schneider's  Kent Bacon  500 g  Bulk ��� breaded  Chicken  Breast Strips  9,90/kg,   Schneider's  Meat Pies  400 g   Schneider's  Sliced Meat  reg. bologna, all beef bologna,  mac t cheese, pimento,  mock chicken, trench onion,  luncheon; 175 g   9 ca  2��  ]99<  DELI r  Roast Beef  with or without garlic;  sliced, 100 g   Pepperoni or  Salami Loaf  sllced,100g   Turkey Lyona or  Beer Sausage  sliced, 100 g   BBQ Chickens  each   Cream Cheese  garlic, peppei, pineapple,  herb I spice, 100 g....  J29  .89  .89  459  ]59  a SEAFOOD b  Fresh -_m._m_m te  Cod Fillets Q29D>  7.25/kg  "  Imitation m-m.***. -%  Crab Meat Q99Ib  8.80/kg  *���**'  Smoked  _  Salmon Chunks -72910  16.01/kg  ���  a PRODUCE  CaWomta grown ��� #1 grade, iweet�� cwnchy  Red  Seedless  Grapes  I.M/kg  .89��  I.C. grown ��� fancy grade  Romaine  Lettuce  -39 ���  B.C. grown-#1 grade-GBEAT IN SALADSI  Red&  Yellow Peppers       1191b  2.62/kg  JL  B.C. grown  new crop  Macintosh Apples     AO*-b  I.C. grown ��� #1 gradt  Field Cucumbers      SQ lb  1.30/kg blissri la-wid ���MWi.n,:,  iCoiltp^*>��oW,-f,l,9iflea.',,,; ��� ,., 0r ��� ,   _  Pink Grapefruit      4/f  BAKERY  -a FLORAL s  Tropical Plants      375 ea  Flax & Wheat  Germ Bread 179  450 g  J.  Pineapple Creams 025  Sausage Rolls 379  Chocolate  Fudge Brownies 323  Copenhagens 015  pkgof4  m  Cornmeal Bread "149  ��0g  JL  Any Item from  our Full Service  Seafood  Departmenl  Limil one per  customer  September 13*19. 1993  Claytons Heritage  Market Coast News, September 13, 1993       11  community  Commonwealth  Games info booth  coming to Coast  The Spirit of '94, the XV  Commonwealth Games Community Information Centre, will  visit the Sunnycrest Mall  Wednesday, Sept. 15 and Holland Park municipal parking lot  Thursday, Sept. 16.  The exhibit will celebrate the  common heritage shared by  many BC communities as hosts  of major sporting events.  The travelling information  centre will provide a glimpse of  whal Victoria will be like in  August 1994 when more than  3,200 athletes from 66 nations  gather to compete in the 10 official sports of ihe XV Commonwealth Games.  The information centre will  be open to Ihe public during  working hours featuring colourful displays, videos, information  and artifacts, celebrating human  performance in both culture and  sport.  Judy Joseph, team leader of  Spirit of '94 will make an official presentation of Commonwealth Games flags to Mayor  Eric Small Wednesday, Sepl. IS  at 3 pm at Sunnycrest Mall.  The travelling display will  visit 36 communities throughout  BC and Alberta from May to  September 1993, distributing  information, answering questions and raising awareness of  the games.  Also travelling with the display will be games mascot 'Klee  Wyck', a friendly orca whale.  The 1994 Commonwealth Games' mascot "Klee Wyck" will be  visiting the Coast this week to promote the games, which will be  held In Victoria next year. photo submitted  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  I was particularly impressed and happy  when the new Seniors Centre was built that I  was able, as a member, to advise the building committee on the correct building construction that would handle most needs of  the disabled. They did this and the construction is quite comfortable. In fact, it is the  only building on the Coast to have these  facilities.  Human rights  Very recently, the Ontario Human Rights  Commission ruled in a precedent-setting  decision, that people with disabilities are discriminated against when facilities aren't  accessible to them.  The decision, the board's first on the  issue of access, means that any facility in  Ontario, such as a hotel or hospital, that is  health clinics  not accessible to a person with a disability,  violates the province's Human Rights Code.  This ruling came about because a clause  for improving accessible new construction  for persons with disabilities, was voted  down.  The BC Coalition of People with Disabilities (1 served as a board member for three  years) are a group of activists for people  with disabilities says the BC government  still won't treat people with disabilities as  equal citizens.  Advocacy groups are considering constitutional and human rights challenges after  the municipal affairs ministry refused to  adopt a manditory checklist for making new  buildings accessible.  For years the coalition tried to convince  the former Social Credit government to  develop a checklist to enforce Section 3.7 of  the BC Building Code, which governs accessibility.  The Socreds didn't want to impose new  regulations on the construction industry. We  can't leave out the New Democrats as they  share the previous government reluctance to  improve access for the disabled.  A suggested educational campaign is no  substitute for a legally binding mechanism  that requires accessibility.  Municipal Affairs Minister Robin  Blencoe does back a voluntary checklist,  rather than the mandatory one. Not good  enoughl  Of course, it will cost money. What about  cutting back on landscaping of mature trees,  indoor potted plants and the fish pond? 1  favour people first - all of the people.  The Gibsons Health Unit announces a new clinic designed to assist  women in monitoring their breast health.  The Breast Self-Exam Clinic will be held on the first Friday of  every month from 7:30 Jo 9 pm;'Mdst!woWiSH'rie'i!U,atlencl only once  lo learn thc skill of breast self-examination.  The clinic is run by Denise Olson, a licensed midwife who has  been teaching women and UBC medical students for the past 12  years.  Come to the Gibsons Health Unit and learn this simple skill which  one day may prove important to you and your health.  NIGHT  Fun with Harmony  in Singing  with Judy Beagan  To develop independence of  sirgins and a sense of rhythm  4 time while learning to sing  in harmony. Fee $55.  Open to all -12 sessions beginning  Thursday, Sept. 23  Level 1-6*7pm Children  Levels-7:15-ai5pm Adults  Guitar Instruction  with Judy Beagan  12 sessions beginning Tues., Sept. 21  Level 1 - 7-8pm Beginners $55  Level 2 - 8:15-9:15pm Advanced $60  Tai Chi  with Merrily Corder  B sessions beginning Mon., Sept. 20  Noon-1pm Fee $50  Yoga with  Sara Gerring  10 sessions beginning Wed., Sept. 22  Beginners: 6*7:30pm $65  On-going: 7:35-9:30pm $70  Yoga with  Carol Brophy  10 sesstons beginning Tues., Sept 21  Beginners: 6-7:30pm $65  On-going: 7:35-9:00pm $70  Call for details  885-2588  NIGHT  Children Theatre  Workshops  Have fun while developing  creativity and confidence with  Maggi Guz*i  B sessions beginning Mon., Sept. 27  Ages: 6-14 4:30-6pm $48  Creative Projects for  Young Designers  with Greta Guzek  Join in the graphic arts in a fun &  creative way. Fee: $60  6 workshops begin Sept. 18 - 9-12 yr  6 walshops begin Oct. 30 - 6*8 yrs  Design:  Composition and  Colour for Arts  and Crafts  A guide to inspiration, planning and  preparation of original design  with Jan Poyrter for the technically  competent crateperson. $65  6 va-orkshops begin Tues., Sept. 21  10*ncon  Painting for the Joy  of it III  Watercolourist Gordon Munro  Find fun at all levels. $75  Ncv3&4,10am-4pm  Call for details  885-8588  ���  Province  garners  funds to  enhance  literacy  In recognition of International Literacy Day, Sept. 8, $1.2  million to support 35 literacy  cost shared projects in BC has  been funded by senior government.  Among the projects funded:  ��� Douglas College and the  International Woodworkers of  America-Canada, Local 1-3567  will explore the obstacles facing  workers in participating in literacy/adult basic education programs;  ��� East Kootenay Community  College and School District #3  will work with the major grocery stores in the area to examine the difficulties some consumers face with printed material. They will then organize  workshops lo deal wilh these  issues;  ��� University College of the  Fraser Valley, Fraser Valley  East Literacy Association,  Chilliwack School Districl,  Community Services, Slollo  Tribal Council and a large number of community groups will  implement an intergenerational  family literacy project;  ��� The Open Learning Agency  and Literacy BC will provide  professional development  through courses and workshops  for literacy practitioners;  ��� These cost-shared projects  are part of the National Literacy  Program which under the  restructuring of the federal government announced by Prime  Minister Kim Campbell on June  25 became part of Human  Resources and Labor Canada;  ��� Since its establishment in  1988 lhe National Literacy Program has sponsored more than  1,800 projects in cooperation  with provinces, territories and  voluntary business and labour  organizations to meet local literacy needs.  Friday &Satui  NORM GLASS  rrittmy^mtyBBQSteak ���*4-ipm,$7-00!ncl.OAT.  KITCHEN  OPEN   SATURDAYS   12  OHM SUNDAYS H ��� 6 / IUHCHIS WON. * HI. 11*1  Next General Meeting  Mm.tffl.70  Crib  Tutufajrs, Apm  Wk., 7 put  Meat Draw  fwySofunfay-tpm  ROBERTS CREEK  3064Luwri Road- 886 9984  Friday & Saturday, Sept 17 & 18  KARAOKE WITH BEAVER  fi  ��� Ihhhf, *-��� pm  *cHW*JM)f/ �������� INN  $7.50 ind. O.S.T. (whfc quarts lori)  OPEN FOR LUNCH 1 1 AM  Next General Meeting  Wed. Sept. 22  Bingo  Jim. 7:15 pm  Crib  lhm,lpm  CLOUD  SUNDAY*  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886 2411  *?>  (ttjnmcmm)  at30-7t30*.m. �� $8J0indG.S.T.  OPIN  SUNDAYS   ! 1  KITCHEN OPEN MON.- FRI. 11-6  Next General Meeting  rms.Sifif.2l  KW;aoDttwi!  SECHELT   GOLF  COUNTRY   CLUB  SECHELT  ><     CLIP   'N'   SAVE    :>.  Opening  TUESDAY,  $EP1\ 14  Advance  Booking for  Tec Times  18 Holes  $25  Tee Off Times  8 am - 3 pm  Contact Pro Shop  for Additional  Information  SECHELT GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB ��� 885-4653  MUM  Ma  Mi 12       Coast News, September 13, 1993  Annual General Meeting  Sunday Sept. 26  1 p.m. Marine Room Below Gibsons Public Library  Call 886-2627 for further info.  Celtic music slated for Gumboot Garden  Lordjim's jffL  Resort. ��f����tr  Qle's Cove Rd., just north of Secret Cove un Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  .*��**,**������ 7 Days a Week  ^rm^ jo McDonald 7-2pm & 6-10pm  Reservations Requested 885-7038  Go into a traditional music  pub from Newfoundland to  British Columbia and even Scotland and Ireland and mention  the name Nathan Curry, chances  are somebody knows him.  For years Curry has crisscrossed the country and the  Atlantic with guitar, fiddle and  pipes in hand.  He is no stranger to traditional Celtic music and has performed with the Ottawa group  Wickentree, the Mulgrave Road  Co-op Theatre and presently  wilh Six Mile Bridge and the  Rug and Bone Puppet Theatre.  Curry joins Linda Miller  from Hornby Island on a West  Coast lour this month. Miller  brings an angelic to gutsy voice  to her music.  She has performed with The  Homby Island Madrigal Singers  and the Hornby Balkan Trio.  Nathan and Linda have  recently released their recording  A Welcome At Your Door, an  exemplary collection of traditional and original music selections featuring vocals, cittern,  fiddle, guitar, mandolin and  Irish pipes.  Together Ihis duo will be per-  fonning traditional and original  music at the Gumboot Garden in  Roberts Creek Thursday, Sept.  16 at 7:30 pm. There is a $5  cover charge. Make sure to  bring an instrument for a mighty  session following Ihe performance. For more information  contact Gordon Webber at 885-  4410 or Gumboot Garden.  Nathan Curry and Linda Miller will perform traditional Celtic and  original music at the Gumboot Garden Sept Ii.       photo submitted  Miles to share animal lore at StoryTelling Festival  ii  fflibTW in  with Terry & Vicky Hansen  Come&aijoyathiwoifourweekvsationinacotnfMtable  snowbird resort with a heated pool and tours eveiy other day to all  kitxb of exciting place in Arizona.  3 weeks $1395.00 and 4 weeks $1795.00 include: Completely furnished 1 bedroom cottage style apartment with utilities anil taxes,  day touts every other day, pickup at your door and airport transfers.  SKOAL OFfUt  Bookour 6,7,ot8week package before October 15/93 and receive  al5%o1sciJUDtandtealiteoialS%(fiscourtaTOdin  additional altcwcfit of $360.00 pet peison if you drive down.  \muktm  SSS  7 w* l31M.ff  t<M*iUM.p|i  $1927.*  JmSsw  Rates aie based on 2 sharing a 1 bedroom, twin or king bed apartment.  Sfa-gie rata; 6 hw* J3��9, 7 week $4066. ftw* S4S76.  Formoreto^bniwItonaiflELniraAVElat  8864862  The Rockwood Centre StoryTelling Festival and Talewind Books in Sechelt join  forces to present a very special storyteller  and author, Victoria Miles.  Miles appears at the festival Oct. 1 to 3, in  a performance featuring her fact-based stories for young children based on her work as  an environmental educator.  On Saturday, Oct. 2 she will be conducting a special signing party at Talewind  Books at 10 am. Her new books Sea Otter  Pups and Spotted Owlets will be launched at  that time.  in these two stories written for the  poetry  preschooler, Miles introduces two of the  West Coast's more intriguing residents. Each  book describes one of the animal's earliest  lessons in life as they discover the world  around them.  Carefully researched and beautifully illustrated, these two books will fulfill parents'  constant need for beautiful animal books for  their young pagetumers.  Miles draws on her many years as an educator with the Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society to tell her stories, both in person  and on the page.  This committed environmentalist has ben  efitted from many opportunities to observe  wildlife in their natural habitats. She shares  with students of all ages the fascinating characteristics and current status of many  wildlife species.  Miles appears in Venue 1 at the festival  on Saturday, Oct. 2 at 2 pm. Audiences can  meet and chat with her at Talewind in the  morning and then treat themselves to her fascinating performance in the afternoon.  She uses a wide range of slides in her presentation to encourage the interest of the  preschooler, although her adventures will  delight the entire family.  Writer's Block on Soames HUI  by Peter Trower  Beside you on the rim  of the moss-thatched summit  we have attained gasping  this evening of impulses,  I try too hard for poetry -  see only a village  sprawled in a crook of land -  last sunlight splashing  golden from windows  to join in a giant jellyfish form  on the flat bay perhaps  some other whimsical time tonight  only light -  the mountains  only mountains -  the boats  simply boats no images they won't  come when you force them  but lie dormant things  are as they seem no more.  Later descending  that dead-steep trail  reflective among the bony trees  feeling old logger muscles  work in my legs  first time in years,  1 clasp you when I can -  kiss you when we clasp my  soft girl of strangenesses  whose defenses melt easily  to the proper heat -  melt as we move  down mountain to the car  to whatever we must -  perhaps a tender magic  better than the poem  1 strained for to no avail  on eagle rocks with giddy vistas  too vast for grasping.  Revised: September 1,1993  rerriffw/t/m  '^pmam&u  EXCALIBUR II HAS ARRIVED  ��� Crew Transportation  ���Light Cargo  ��� Sightseeing        ��� Dive Charters  33 ft. H.D. Aluminum Boat ��� Powered with Turbo Diesel  Cruises at 25 m.p.h. ��� Radar Sounder ��� V.H.F. ��� Cellular ��� First  Aid ��� Oxygen ��� Fully enclosed head ��� Seats 18 in fully heated  cabin ��� Larse cargo space ��� Dive ladder ��� Swim grid  ��� fully insured.  Owner/ Operator John Revington  ;  Ex British Forces trained ��� Holds current Industrial First Aid  Certificate from W.B.C. ��� Smart ��� Conscientious ��� Reliable  24 Hr. service ��� Early mornings our specialty  885-4666 ��� Cell 250-5148  mvlSC AA  Weddings, Surprise Birthday & Anniversary  Vancouver Airport $250 up to 5 persons  (from Sechelt & Gibsons) $335 6-7 perSOnS  Ooff a  ��loiy?<  Coll our  editorial  departmenl*  in Gibsons  al 886-2622  or in Sechelt  at 885*3930  ontheartsbeet  Tina Thomson's exhibition,  Baby and Me, was not only  delayed by the birth of her first  child a year ago, it was redirected and retitled as well.  Her work has always been  based on her domestic and per-  EXCALIBUR LIMOUSIN! 885-4666  THERE'S ACOLD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. Or in the shadows of  the basement. It's the humming, whirring, clicking, old  second refrigerator. And it's robbing you of cold cash -  an old inefficient second fridge can cost you up to  $100 a year to run.  WE'LL COME AND GET IT AND GIVE YOU $30!*  We can take the problem off your hands. We'll pick up  your old operating fridge (10 cu. ft. to 24 cu. ft. size)  free of charge, dispose of it in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool $30.  To register in the Program, call the Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hot Line toll-free 1-800-663-CASH (2274). In the  Lower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  mi?M?  BC hydro  *BC Hydro reserves the right lo change or cancel thc rebate offer at  any time withoul prior notice.  sonal experiences, intense in  feeling through gesture and  colour, and the current exhibition has become a celebration of  her new motherhood.  Thomson managed to keep  painting through most of the last  year and a half.  Her work has been shown by  Petley-Jones Gallery in Vancouver and El-Baz Gallery in New  York.  The show opens this  Wednesday, Sept. IS and there  will be a reception for the artists  on Saturday, Sept. 18 at 2 pm.  Everyone is welcome.  Fall courses  Monday, Sept. 13 - Drawing  and the Watercolourist with  Stan Kelshaw, six Mondays  from 10 am to 1 pm at the Arts  Centre.  Saturday, Sept. 25 - Painting  with Gloria Masse, eight Saturdays starting Sept. 25, from 1:30  to 4:30 pm.  Tuesday, Sept. 28 ��� Native  Design and Painting, with  Bradley Hunt, six Tuesdays  from 7 to 9 pm.  Wednesday, Sept. 29 -  Design in Painting with Greta  Guzek, six Wednesdays from 7  lo 9 pm.  For more information call  885-5412.  r  Brenda's  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Prices  For Seniors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling iron  ��� Shampoo  & .Set $12  ��� Cuts $10  (_m+!Lmm*��mm_\  ,l\    lOl   (,il)M>MS  N (, HAYS A   Wl I K  886-4805  >.*+,,,+.���'> *.*.���.���-������-.- .* - Coast News, September 13, 199J        IJ  sports  Annual Terry Fox run building speed  Terry Fox  Every fall for the past 12  years Canadians have participated in an annual event to commemorate a home grown hero.  This event has become a  Canadian tradition - The Terry  Fox Run. In October 1979 Terry  Fox wrote "Somewhere the  hurting must stop - and I am  determined to take myself to the  limit for this cause."  To date the Terry Fox Run  has raised over $100 million for  innovative cancer research. In  1992, 130,000 citizens of BC  and the Yukon raised $770,000 -  a record tally in a tough economic climate.  Sunday, Sept. 19 marks the  date for the 13th annual Terry  Fox Run, starting on the Coast  from Sechelt Elementary for the  Sechelt run start time between  10 am and 2 pm. In Gibsons, the  run starts at 9 am at St. Mary's  Church.  Participants can run, walk,  rollerblade, bike or stroll any of  the one to 10 kilometre courses  set up at 120 community and  over 450 school run sites around  the province. Pledge sheets are  available at Bank of Montreal,  CIBC, and various locations in  Vancouver. Those who are  unable to physically participate  can be involved by sponsoring a  participant or simply sending in  a donation.  Lloyd Robertson, CTV  anchor and host of the 1980  Telethon is still inspired by  Terry's example, "Terry Fox  carried the torch for Ihe giving  side of humanity...his spirit and  his example challenge every  man, woman and child to try  harder, demand less and give  more."  For more information call  Rieta Hanson, 886-8305 re the  Gibsons run or Michael Metcalfe, 885-3131 re the Sechelt  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Producta Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Hockey players sought for tour of Europe     recycle ihis newspaper  The manager of Team Western, an adult  Winnipeg based hockey leam, is looking for  players to participate in two recreational  hocftey tours of Europe. One is to Russia  while the other takes in the Alpine regions of  Germany, Switzerland and Austria.  Don Finkbeiner is organizing the tours of  players and hopes to "And some interested  area players to sign up."  Finkbeiner adds, "All Ihe players have a  lot of fun, visit some fascinating countries  plus meet and compete against Europeans."  In addition, the tours are escorted by former  Winnipeg Jet players Jordy Douglas and  Gord Tumilson.  Each player is responsible for his own  travel expenses while the club provides uniforms, jackets, hockey bags and makes all  the arrangements.  The entire roster is filled on a first come-  first serve basis and the team will play five  non-contact exhibition games during the 11-  day tour.  All area players are welcome and can  receive free registration information by contacting Don Finkbeiner at 204-831-7029 or  fax 204-831-7243.  dartstoumey  The second annual 'blind  draw doubles' Herb Ebach Dart  Tournament, SC Cancer Unit,  Patient Comfort will be held at  the Royal Canadian Legion  branch 140 Sechelt auditorium  on Saturday, Sept. 18. Registrations will be accepted between  11:30 am and 12:15 pm and  teams will be drawn for round  robin sections. Start is at 12:30  pm sharp.  In addition to this tournament, and you don't have to be  an expert, players and guests are  invited to participate in a three-  dart blind number dart shoot,  where a number of donated  prizes can be won. Proceeds of  this shoot will go to the Sunshine Coast Cancer Unit, Patient  Comfort.  The formation of the Coast  Dart League (CDL) started last  May and at its first meeting,  which was held at the Royal  Canadian Legion in Roberts  Creek, a format for the rules was  established. At a subsequent  meeting at Gilligan's Pub last  August, a couple of changes  were made to reflect the point  system and team structure.  The objective of the CDL is  to offer more competitive darts  to the over 120 players on the  Coast. An estimated 12 teams  (playing out of seven establishments/home bases) will be  involved in this league, playing  alternating matches out of their  home base as the host team.  Participating establishments  are: Cedars Pub, Gilligans Pub,  Lighthouse Pub, Legion branches 109, 140 and 219, and the  Wakefield Inn.  Registration night is Monday,  Sept. 27 at the Gibsons Legion  at 7:30 pm sharp and interested  players and included spares,  must be present in order to  establish the total number of  teams participating in the CDL.  For more information call dart  line 886-0506.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  ?S\xz ���oast Mjetws  Published In   QltHOni. B, C,  S.piomb.r 13.  IHI  VoIuim  10. Hutnbvf 37  Smb* ft* Growl*  fuatthla* Caul  Bennett  beat  en  ��� OAHOHAVE SAYS  'Pre-tltctton polls nnd tulks  I hive havl with people In all  .parti of Mackeniie lend tne to  bcltevt that tht Soda) Credit  government will not be returned on September 19th'  ���old Tony Gargrave, CCF candidate for Mackenile riding,  at Robert* Creek Legion hall  Wednesday  'A person li unislly cau>  tloui about making auch a  prediction during an election  rampalgn hut 1 do believe  that the public Is lick ol Mr  Bennett's low level huckster  Ing and covering up for mal*  administration  in his  cabinet'  "The governmental total disregard for common sense in  their handling of charge* uf  corruption against Mr Sommer*, former Minister of  Land* nnd Forest*, ha* led the  people of this Province to  have grave doubts about the  government*'*   basic honesty.'  'Charge* of dishonesty leveled at ministers of thc crown  must be cleared up immediately' Gargrnve wiri  'If wc allow tlicsf rharges  to go unanswered thc intcn  rily of thc whole government  Is called into   question.'  'I find Mr Bennett's reply  that he is being smeared mosi  offensive because if thc charges made against Mr Summers  art untrue he can confound  hi critics by releasing the  RCMP report nnd letting the  public have lhe facts In Ihii  CMC.'  'Of course', continued the  CCF candidate, the greatest  crime t* that the government  has failed to pul its own house  In order and hold a proper  enquiry.  The  former MLA said thai  the charges of impropriety in  tlte   rorutruciion  of roads  tn  the northern port of the Province; the unanswered bribery  ���harfes  agamsl   Mr  Summer!  t*. the     Vancouver      lawyer  **v. and the lock of sound  protecting   Ihe   puMic  *  the forest* and nal  ������r-*t li��   led the  Mainil seeks housing,  (or senior citizens  Robert John    Muir,    hard-   Powell River area who ii ihe  ware merchant of   Wi-stvlew,   Social Credit candidate.  Pastor from Hong Kong  The name Sumlune Coast  sounds like something dreamed up by a hoard or trade or a  chamber of commerce 1 must  limit however, lhat il has  lived up to It's n��me since I  have been here.'  Seaman * Pastor Julian  Nu-U.mi laughed lo himself ns  he .ii.l this Ih was silling in  ihe front room of the Grnn-  neburg home and looking mil  over Soumci Pojnt The Ml  was mirmrlnu the rloudlcs*  blue of thc sky a*.ove it There  could lie no dcnvinit what he  hart said  Ye*. Mr Nielsen said  This is certainly a beautifii'  place 1 have only Ik m here  ,,  wm-k  <���' '   ���"��� MVlW  ���IM if  travelling  ninee l,i-i January .''continued  the seveniy-onc-year-old pastor I have stopped in �� number uf Cilies hui this is lhe  first chance I have had to gel  nut to the country and rcall,  ten:  I am a native of Bergen  Norway' Mr Nielsun continued i Irtl HiiTf 42 yeors afco  and have been back to visit  three times since then.  For the im-i 18 years I have  been the paslor of Uu> Nor  wt-Riiin Seaman's M'sslnn in  Hone Kon��. 1 retired from mv  i��i'i there last year but was  asked hy the N S M head  quartern In Bt-rc -i In attcrrt  ���t'ening -novaled  Adequate housing for senior clllunt, says Julc* Mainil,.  is un important and growing  problem for any legislature of  thc future, and la hi* own  personal project for which to  fight.  Jules Malnl) addressed a  public meeting In the Gibsons  theatre Tuesday night, outlining (he Liberal platform,  and elaborating on the point  Honour our responsibility to  the nged. sick and poof.  Mr Mainil was introduced  by Mr* S. Fallows of Gibson*,  who described him a* a farmer, university graduate, treasury official wilh Saskatchewan's Liberal government,  officer commanding the Pacific Coast Fighter Control Radar itatlon with the RC AT..  ���milder of home* and recreation facilities, community  worker, and long-standing  Liberal.  He criticised lhe CCF party  a. being Socillisls. and slated  Dial to advocate socialism in  ., wcullhy country was ol  little Interest Mainil t-lsn  claimed thai the CCF s best  points had already been legislated  for.  He had nn adverse criticism  for Mr Gargrave as a man,  Mr Mulr. Iho Sockl Crcdil  Credit candidrte wu* a re  mu eii-il member of his community. Mainil went on. hat  wilh the Social Credit party  he disagreed, and duliked  them,  ll was not a irittclim ot  roas and bridges, hut fundamental, in lhat Ihe Social  Credit government ifbuseri his  sense at lusllce He criticised  lhe shortness Ol the time for  lhe election, for registration  People had been constantly  taught lhe value of their vote.  and in Iheir petty haste, the  Social Credit governmenl had  forced the lots ot this vote  upon many ritirens Thi* Irick  he said, wns nni marl politic*.  The     payment of   *3B  home owners.  ' ���  "       �����>*���  brought the case to a logical  conclusion, the Social Credit  party could not have been  harmed by It. It unjustly in  cused, their cabinet minister '  would have been cleared. H  guilty, the government would  have cleared Itself. It is an injustice -to the public not to  have made the report'ol thc  RCMP. public. It ia Uie right  and duly of the people to  know, he  said.  However, not criticism, but  sound platform was what put  a government Into power, and  he said thc Liberals had a  simple, sound platform:  Reduction of taxes, beginning witii the soles tax.  True value for car and  Iruck taxes, by road building  under competent engineering  and by competitive contract.  Re-establish a full-time Labour Relations board.  Establish a permanent Development Board for B.C.  Honor our responsibility to  the aged, sick and poor.  Form a Department of  Youth affairs.  Meet agricultural disaster  with direct action.  Restore authority to Municipalities, School Boards and  Hospitals.  Revitalise     (he      Advisory  Commute on Indian Affairs.  Re-establish true and    conventional methods of    public  accounting.  Respect the democratic function of the opposition In legislature as the symbol of a  free society.  WHERE  you can  VOTE  ' There will be no advaaaa  poll in the Mackenzie RUta��  However, person* wishing m  vole who wilt not be In ttn  Province on election day meg  do so in Vancouver Sept. JM,  14 or 15.  Voting wilt be from I urn.  to 8 p m. Voters wh arc antaM  from their own riding asqp  vote absentee In any paULst  station in B.C.  Polling Stations for thc 3*  chelt  Peninsula  are:  Port Mellon, Commun-ity  Hall; Gibson*. School IMkt  Sechelt, Legion Hall; OtM  moon Bay, Rutherford'* D*.  all Pender Harbour, Madaaa  Park Community Hall; aar  Egmont at Dunlop's store  EDWARD I.   OIUUR  The funeral service wa  held Sept. 11, in Vancovw  for Edward Blake Graag, *���  Glbsoru,73, who died Sa*1. to  Mr Grant wa* a pioneer w  ���lent of thc Grandview *���-  trlct nnd had a summer turn*  tn Gibsons for years beDa*  his retirement In 19-14.  He leaves hi* wife IQrttt.  a son Lt. Comdr. tttm���lb  Grant of Ottawa, three das^fe-  ters: Mr* Thomas Vegooe -i  Cranbrook, Mrs Thomas itm*  son, Montreal, and Mrs PadH  B. Matheson of West Vauosw  cr; also his slter Fasnnla ask*  hit brother Harold of Gibum.  The Rev. Alfred R    law*!  officiated     at the  which were held by    C  view Lodge 96, AF. 8.  with burial  in tht  ccmetary. Burnaby.  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  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Call 886-C ARE  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday September 14,7:00pm  Parliamentary Talkback ���'  We're back in the studio with the first show this season. Join M.P.  Ray Skelly and M.L A. Gordon Wilson for an hour of lively interactive Community Television.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Fall Luncheon"  8:30pm  Stitches in Time part #2  Weavers & Spinners  The history of the weaving and spinning crafts on the Coast.  Wednesday September 15,7:00pm  Roberts Creek Daze  The Higgledy Piggledy Parade and other highlights.  7:30pm  Bedtime Stories  From the Coast Academy of Dance and Fine Arts.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking - "Sunday Chicken"  9:00pm  "Good Wood"  A tour of (he workshop of craftsman Edmund Butler.  Thursday .September 16,7:00pm  The Terry Fox Marathon of Hope  "1 Had A Dream"  Tells the heart wrenching story of Terry Fox's epic quest to run  across Canada to raise funds for cancer research.  7:30pm  Creative Cooking - "Comforting Pasta"  Storytelling Festival - "Tall Tales"  South Coast Ford  5 YEARS AGO  A meeting between the  Sechelt Marsh Protective Society, concerned citizens and the  Sechelt Municipal District has  resulted in an agreement to join  forces in raising $50,000 with  which to purchase Lot 48 in  order to expand the Sechelt  Marsh.  A vicious pit bull attack  occurred in Roberts Creek,  when two horses ridden by Tina  Wilson and Ed Johnson were  bitten and pursued into the  bush. Just days later the same  pit bull bit the arm of Heather  Lyons. The dog was consequently put down.  10 YEARS AGO  Regional Board Chair Lorraine Goddard describes as  "insulting" to local politicians  the actions of the BC Feny Corporation.  At a meeting last week to  discuss reductions in ferry service much of the time was spent  discussing a reduction to six  ferries per day, though a crew  We can do it!  Ihe Terry Fox Run  for Cancer Research  Sunday  Sept 19,1993  member told Goddard earlier in  the week that there were to be  seven and the schedule had  already been set.  When pressed at the meeting  by the mayor of Powell River,  Board Chair Stu Hodgson finally admitted that seven sailings  were possible and produced a  schedule with that number.  In the midst of the worst  recession since the 1930's  Finance Chair Bill Edney tells  council that taxes in arrears in  the Town of Gibsons total  $276,223.  After protracted negotiations  Regional Board Chair Lorraine  Goddard and Sechelt Indian  Band Chief Stan Dixon sign a  $430,000 agreement for the  extension of the Sechelt sewer  j system to the Indian Band  lands.  15 YEARS AGO  MLA Don Lockstead has a  meeting with Minister of Highways Alex Fraser on the Sunshine Coast recently to discuss  various highway and feny problems affecting the area.  20 YEARS AGO  The S bend between Gibsons  and Seaview Cemetery on  Highway 101 is to be eliminated this fall.  25 YEARS AGO  Ferry authority officials  report a busy weekend with  overloads returning to Horseshoe Bay starting about 11 am  on Monday morning. Traffic  continued to be heavy until the  last load which was cleared up  at 11 pm.  35 YEARS AGO  A Gibsons couple who were  fishing last Thursday morning  near Bowen Island were  shocked to discover they had  netted an 18-foot shark.  40 YEARS AGO  Last Friday night two horses  were killed when run into by a  truck on the Sechelt highway  about a mile and a half west of  Gibsons.  45 YEARS AGO  The luxury ship Prince  George will replace the damaged Prince Rupert September  13 on the Vancouver-Ketchikan  run.  The Prince Rupert was damaged near Sechelt last Saturday.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl t Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  SUNSHINE COAST SHARKS  Wednesday, September 15  7:30 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  For Information  Call 885-2095  after 6 p.m.  We're more tlum just tires!  gkWMImmMlmWMvf'  AUTO MAINTENANCE CHECK  to:  Plus Oil Filter & Lube  $29.95  Includes: 5 litre Quaker State Oil  tt Oil Filter  Call 886-2700 for an appoin  V   Coastal Tires  w^il          <m  TOWN OF  GIBSONS  Notice of  Tax Sale  Public Notice is hereby given that on  September 27,1993, at 10:00 a.m. in the  Council Chamber of the Municipal Hall at 474  South Fletcher Road, the Collector will conduct  the annual tax sale.  The following parcel will be offered for sale by  public auction if the delinquent taxes and  interest are not sooner paid:  FOLIO  755,000  LEGAL DESCRIPTION  Lot 16, Block 1 of K& L, D.L. 686, Plan 4028  STREET ADDRESS  629 Glen Road  Prospective purchasers are hereby advised  that any purchase of tax sale property will be  subject to a one year redemption period by the  registered owner.  Ian C. Poole, CA  DEPUTY TREASURER/COLLECTOR  CLIP & SAVE  IO bcF6RR.es Schedule  MECHANICAL SERVICES     ��� MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  HL ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABHICATINO ��� MECHANICAL FtEPAiflS  "��*~* STEEL a STAINLESS . ALUMINUM   icnmo tw fo��cit, auaiiaat a-a�� -.oaaaimrciioai laaoutTMa  MTianula-MajltcOAlt ^  U1SWC0HD aisoN6 886-3231 Ma-0431^/  r Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News  J  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale Leave Honeehoe Bay  6:20 am       4:30 pm  7:30 am     5:30 pm  8:30           6:30  9:30 M      7:25 M  10:30          8:20 M  11:30       9:15  12:25 pmM  10:10*  1:15pm    11:00'  *���*'                  M-atotMH  Mavaatcll6.il  *''���-,*,      *Fl��dM*,*ul>daTfa;�� ���  Hei Nwdaya only  EARLS COVE  Leave Earte Cove  2:20*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  1:30*  5:45 am  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  ���tram Jim M* 1*17M  Nut-tat Im  Laava Eail,aCe��aa:��>��. Laava >a��aml��>l;��0 m.  AS^EW<  COAST NEWS   IWMENDEK 16      Coast News, September 13, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Rxtrt yottt* classified act 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  ���g. Gibsons &  ^^ Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  INVESTORS/BUILDERS  Huge 64x135 lot backing onto  execulive gol. course. Cute t bdm  home is tented to reliable tenant  tor $600/mo. Separate log cabin  otters additional storage or guest  room. Some recent upgrades  make this CVT very attractive. Asking $122,500. Call ��8*2484.��39cn  752 Hwy. 101, 50x266 lot. 3 bdtm.  elder house, $'65,000,886-9049  ss  Pnvate sale, Snodgrass Rd.. Selma Paik, cute rancher, 2 bdrms, 1  1/2 baths, detached gatage, RV  parking, close to amenities.  $169,900.885*0767.        M7cn  1/2 acie of land. Robens Creek,  $50.000.536*8729.       ss��40*  Homes ��,  Pioperty  Roberta CrMk 4.5 acres ol beautilul treed secluded property wilh  seasonal creek. RV-1Q zoned.  Perlect lor hobby farm. Asking  $125,900. Call Craig or Heather  686*2352. Agents protected.  I37w  Hallmoon Bay, Hat 1/2 acre lot,  across patk near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663.     ss��37cn  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek 4 some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents al all!  8664714 SM37W  New 1730 sq. tt. rancher, many  custom teatures, pnvale 1/2 acre  lot, Welcome Woods. Buy now,  save commission, $193,900. 885*  4832. sst3Bw  1    Homes &  Property  Four bdm home plus 1 bdtm suite,  West Sechelt. excellent investment, $145W8BS*5764_ss  3 yr. ok) 1400 sq. tt. ranchet. West  Sechelt, 3 bdrm.,. bath, countty  kitchen, 1/4 view lot, $175,000.  685*2188 ot 885*7410 lor mess.  ���39w  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked to listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are complelely read bock  verifying requested classification, start dale,  number of insertions and copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, vve are  responsible only for the first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any responsibility for  any reason for an error in an ad beyond the cost  of Ihe od itself.  Ham report any error IMMIMATIIY  by calling M6-2612 ar 885-3930  Monday loFrKlay 9 a.m. to S p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  It  23  /TTN  Better & Trade  Bed end Breakfast  ia  90  2  IGREftf  Business and Home  Services  31  VlDEAi  Business Opportunities M  Campers                   IB  ChUdCara  37  \         m  Commercial tor Rent  32  Entertainment  For Rent  33  31  SS  For Sale  21  ���mm  Found  11  Obituaries *���  3  Free  It  Pe-tonal  0  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Gatage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  30  1  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoiiam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucka  24  Lost  10  Wanted  11  Marina  20  Wanted to Rant  20  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  20  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  0  30  DROP OFFYOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 88J-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  BA J STORE 88S-85S3  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK CaENERAL STORE 885-M00  ADl-INf IS 5 00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Doclaldc Pharmacy)  886*2622  The amUtn* attfl of lhe Roberta Creek General Store  arM happtr take your claaaifkal ad, because It's dim  of our Friendly People Places!  Homes &  Ptoperty  1270 sq. It. townhouse, no stairs, 2  bdrms, 2 baths, enclosed garage,  blinds included. View ot Sechell  Marsh. $138,500. By owner. No  agents. 885*7815. Mfcn  12   Pets &  Livestock  Alexander William John Sinclair,  bom Apnl 26,1993, in Thunder  Bay, Ontario. Son ol Kiisbne Dtm*  chuck and John Sinclair. Bronwyn  5305 CEDAR VIEW  Top of Selma Park Fid. Beautilul  view home, 3800 sq. tt. w/lewel  entry, wheel-chair accessible.4*  b^t,^ SindHirTbom  bdtms, 3 baths, suite potential.  Gas heat, hw ��� stove, skylights,  hardwood tile, l/p, French doors  and more. Nicely landscaped and  linished. No commission, no GST,  motivated vendors. $304,000.  Phone 6850572 to view. See picture ad in Weekender.     I37cn  ANDERSON REALTY  mu  CATALOGUE  MM Cowian St. Ban lite  St--h-an.BC.. VON 3A0  eemii fax see sees  v��n Toil F-a��ae*eoie  Sepl. 1,1993, Vancouver, BC,  daughter ol Lynne Tettemale and  Dr. Brian Sinclair, lister ol  Nicholas. Welcome to two more  5th generations at Gower Point.  ���37cn  Gould, Rhonda (nee Doyle) and  Bait are pleased to announce Ihe  sale arrival ol theit daughter  Danielle Emily, bom Aug. 31,1993  at 1:16 am weighing 8 pounds, 6  ounces. Proud grandparents are  Jim and Jaci Doyle; Bill and Janet  Newman, and Gavin and Doro'Jiy  Gould. 13701  Creative Craft Fairs���  Call foi  Artisans!  Apply now for highest quality Christmas  Fine Art and Craft Fair.  TRADEX CENTRE  ABBOTSFORD AIRPORT  DECEMBER 2-5  Over 800 artisans have exhibited with Creative  Crall Fairs for the past 16years Highest quality,  locally made arts and crafts.  Terri Heit (604) 658-2901  977 Kentwood Tee.  Victoria, B.C. V8Y 1A5  EAGLE RIDGE  VtTWINARY HO��MTAl  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  next lo Big Mac's Sechell  885-5158  Singing lessons lot all ages. CM*  dien's program (group) ages 6*7.  Gibsons and Sechelt. Call Judi  Beagan 885*7503. ��39w  VI0UN LESSONS ��� Also Celtic,  Old Time and Bluegrass Fiddle.  Bill Tony 885*4606. ��39*  For sale lo special home, 1 yr. cM  male bull dog, friendly, tunny,  house trained, excellent health,  $700. Serious enquiries only. 886-  8568. tin  Costa Rica 3 bdrm. house in  Tango Mar Beach 6 Golf Country  Club. AU amenities, MOO/ivk. 885-  5157. ��__  Professional House Sitter and  Pet Nanny. Quiel, non-smoker,  writer (tormer nurse). Impeccable  relerences. 986-5124.      ��9w  Three sheep, bleeding ewes, $250  ^~.  obo. 886*128. ��7w    Fridge In good cond. 885*7492.  #37w  Darts  Uncez: Scott, Ronda and big sicsar Looking t0I a team or league to  Kiystyna are thrilled to announce play ������, Mond,y nign,8 (Co���*  the birth ol kaily Alison on August Dar| Lea|)ue) men4adies inryHed.  27,1993 at 10:43 am, weighing 7 FQmer members ���, VarB0U��er.8  .   . pounds, 10 ounces. Proud grand*  Welt End motl welcome. 886*  with SW exposure. $149,000.940*  patents are Roger and Barb Uncez  -*��,,.-���� 7041 #a9-,  4249. ��39w    and Ron and Dayte Siebert. Spe-    cial thanks to Dr. Overhill and  nursing stall al St. Marys Hospital.  M7cn  Overlooking Secrel Cove, 3 bdrm.  detached townhouse w/sep.  garage workshop, teatures 3 decks  Ranchet. 3 bdrm., 2 full baths, on  duplex lot, 1 1/2 yis., H73sq.lt.,  vaulted ceilings, sundeck in rear,  12x16 woikshop, single caipori, 3  appl, $139,900,886-7141. I36w  Davis Bay, fot sale by owner, 4956 HUNT: Kathleen Mary passed  laurel. 885*5555           i37w ��,, ajdderty on Aug. 26,1993,  New mobile home sites, Ikelon Burnaby, BC. Kathleen will be  Paik ari Rotnrts Creelt. Common- saity missed by her tovtng lamHy:  weelth Homes, CNHtwack, BC. Call Husband Ivan; daughters Wendy  cdlecl 792-4678.           #38w and Melanie; son-in-law Wayne;  grandchildren Angela and Les; sis*  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER*  t-X**** Relaxation for  ��ft�� thebody  -1_-> and the mind.  .386-4274  GibsoMli Stchtlt locations  Net Jiut for 5f alien  OIANT  niAMMKIT  Am.Sft.i9  HaVUMNYHAIilOom  TbMb 110.00  ntmui-nuttmi  DOG CROSS  "Functional Foods"  ��� Arthritia  ��� AHf-giai  ��� Spaacioltiai  TfMmSMB Chaaaaa narefll  (aarmulua for .dean, onh I. honaaa  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis  MMU1     YfA granocnuoren Angeia ana lbs; sis*  CPahL/ac ter Pat (Hector and Brian) Findlay.  *\.f *���??"'J Donations in leu of flowers may be  Kg  GARY WHITE  MM107* 1-361-4380  5 bdrm house with hardwood and  slate floors throughout on private  .6 acre in Roberts Creek,  $259,000. Clll 885-2253. No  agents pleese. ss  mayo  made to the Sechelt Marsh Society, Box 543, Sechelt, BC, VON  3A0. ��37cn  COOPER: Passed away suddenly  on Sept. 8,1993, Sally Louise  Cooper, late of Sechelt. Bom Feb.  7,1951 In New Westminster. Survived by her loving tamUy. husband  Paul; four children Michelle,  Rachel, David and Sarah; three  stepchildren Julia, Rita and Layle;  one granddaughter, Alexandra; her  molher Ethel; two brothers: James  and Edward; one sister, Linda.  Predeceased by her lather, Philip.  Visitation at Devlin Funeral Home,  New 2800 tq. tl rancher+800 sq.  It. inlaw state wilh view in Robeits  Creek. Over 1/2 acre and short I-*"*1 "V ��iwiembrance gattv  walk to beach. This 4-5 bdrm. ering at the tamUy home. Crema*  home has spacious kilchen with __ Ww  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite with  F/P. There are too many exlras to  mental. Flooring and cabinets can  at! be selected. $289,000.886*  O380orBBM864. Hn  Know Thyself! Your life is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by  Dometria. For queries and appointments 885*0261. M1w  TAROT PALMISTRY  Accurate readings by Kalawna.  UM 865*5111 or toll Iree pager 11-  377-7449. MBw  BROOKS (MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Emtronrmnt  Fm-dyP-4.  ai/WCotaa-jo-  -fj>\  .to Rat-few     j\fl/��  -.etdumwanml    ;%<  bin wood    a, _  NEW CONCEPT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lose up to 25 lbs in 1 month and  feel great. All natural. Doctor  approved. 100% guaranteed or  money retunded. Wendy 886-  3067. MOcn  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton tiuck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  SECHELT  A bursary fund has been established in memory of Linda Sturdy   in order ��w c-hikken may have an  BEAUTIFUL ROBERTS CREEK opportunity to expend their hori-  8 year new home, private lot, 1/4 ��>����� <>Y experiencing learning in  acre, 3 bdrm, 2 tut baths, lamily c���" ';"" ""  nam, deck, 1800 sq. It. on 2 lev*  A Bus. 885-29231  Res.885-E058  Addt children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 866-  3849 or 885-4622 tor help,     nc  Mikha ��� Mkhaila is taking appointments again. Call 886*8499 att.  6pm. *3Bw  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Ancn  886*9903, 685*7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886*2555 ot 865-7484.  nc  %idl*w��loo*  French. Linda's energy, commit*  ment and love will continue to nurds, 5 rmt. walk *>l��siA(fc�� to turechtaen thiough gilts made to E*-a-erltnce tht Rtleiee ot Ten-  school, store, on bus toute. the Sundhine Coast French Edu* ikm from Polarity Therapy. It is a  cation Society, c/o L'Ecole Passe touch technique which alms at the  Pariout, General Delivery, Roberts balancing of the body's vital energy  Creek, BC VON 2W0.      ��7cn and the release of tension. Call  $155,000. CaH 8864522.  I37cn  Coata Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical fruit trees, minutes to  beaches, $22,500. Owner 885-  5157. sst39w  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  381201328-5534. ss  *��*��*���*.  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  _IW Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bags, & Fun  Ctll 88*61103 to  book yours)  17 H.H. Bay thoroughbred gelding,  good on trails, nice manners,  $1250 886*9346 aft. 6pm. ��38w  Organic slug control. Ducks $7.50,  ducklings $2.50. Phone 885-5409.  ��39w  Belletan Goats, 1469 Clover Rd.  up trom Roberts Creek hall, then  right along Hansen onto  Clover.Rd. Kind homes wanled.  Kids $65 up. Belletan bucks and a  larger non Belletan buck. Breeding  lee $20 with return. I38w  County competitor dressage saddle, black, 16 inch, like new, $800.  885-9969 or 863*9124.     I38cn  Two-horse trailer, 6', good floor,  electric brakes, $2000.883-2154.  issSBcn  Deluxe Royal 2 horse angle hall  trailet with tack room, $4000.885-  7810 W7w  Sadly outgrown 10 yi. old Elvis  Parsley 13.3 H.H. P.O.A. gelding  Apaloosa coloring. Great  hunter/jumper, good on trails and  roads, $1500 obo. 886-3231  Sarah. W7w  GOLDFISH  Fancy and plain tropical fish, 25c  and up. Supplies 886*9690.t37cn  PYRAMID OOO TRAINING  Privale classes, problem solving.  Certified trainer. 886*2854.139cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Dog & cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet foods. 886-  (Stt tin  Free Huffy kittens, 3 orange males,  one tri-cdored lemale. 885*9620.  tm  Wanted to buy, leather recliner; Ure  screen and tools; and washet t  dryer. 886*2830. ��39w  Hockey gear lor 6 yr. old. 886-  4867.  ��38w  Hockey equipment for 6*7 yr. old.  885-3183. ��6w  Fishing tod ��� a good salt watei;  sturdy enough to land Ihose whop*  pen! Reasonable $. Call 686-7355.  lve. mess. this  Propane refridgeralor, 8 cu. It. or  larger. 886*3000. ��37w  Logging truck load of wood for lire-  wood. Dave885j6106��37cn  Inglis washet; GE dryer; 30" slove,  $150,886*2792. ��38w  Hotwheels with redlines on tires  wanled by private collector. 885-  9308 tins  Wanted to rent. Space suitable for  small, private lite drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 686-2622  days. Annie. tins  Used building materials in good  cond. a buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharl Rd.,  Sechelt. 685*8869. Recycle &  Save. tin  Free kittens to good homes. Litter  trained. 886*7069. Mfai '  Free to home with lots of space,  older Shepherd WoltX, male. 886-  0446. ��37w  Vonnle tor appointments. 883-  ���39*  Thank you to the gentleman who  helped find our dog who was taken  Iront us, and brought her home.  Fran 4 Tippy. t37cn  mmm  QUALITY  OffleiStrvicet  (htreloieryeGibtoia)  ��� WOKDPROCESSING  I FIUS0  \ BINDING SERVICFS  \ BUCKtWWTE-  COLOVKSCANNING  UAaWtuiuum  CalTesfotle-MH  MHHMHi  3 bdrm. Neonex Impenal 14x70 c.A.M.E.0. Singles Club ��� hikes,       mobile home. Bright, specious lay* camumg, ber-b-cues, crib. Pot luck Come square dance wilh us.  ou, excelled condtion, very dean, ^p,,,,,, Sept. 18,7 pm, Kirkland Country Stais Square Dance Club,  newty painted i renovated leatur* Centre. For into call 885-9968 or Begkvier dass ��� all ages ��� Thurs  ing stucco ceiling with cedar gM^gM 13-w  I m living toom, "   ""'  LESLIE ELLETT  CREATIVE DANCE CLASSES  lor children, beginning Sept. 21 in  Gibsons. To register phone 886-  8044. S37w  Sunthlnt Coest Transition  Piano Tuning  *  ���repairs  ' appraisals  KenDalgltlsh  886-286  S/M smoker, social drinker, early  50's would like to meet a lady early  40's to lale 40's who enpys dining,  A safe place for women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 885*2944        tin  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.0. Excavating, 888-9764 dancing, boating, fishing, quiel  orceB. 11-220*152 *��� time, most ol all doing things  ajOBiifiaoiaTE together. Reply lo Box I, c/o Box  ^JJ^JJJr 68, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. S38cn  Sept. 16,7:30*9:3(1 pm, Seniors  Activity Centre, Sechelt lor inlormation. 865-9500 or 886*2769.  937*.  400 sq. tt. deck, Iridge $ stove Lady, 64 years young, new resi-  inckjded, washer 4 dryer optional, dent to Coast would like gentleman  Excelem location, dote to terry, In triend. She likes to walk, swim,  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416 ��sh. real dm out, N/S, S/D. Box      SECHELT KARATE CLUB  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent J| c;0 box 68, Coast News, (Maj-mjer of JKA NKA NASKA  $195,886*8095. $39,900. Call to Sechelt, BC. VON 3A0.     t36w    Karale BC) is starting te fall se*  vtew. tfns ������   ���  ?   Noma's  Electrolysis  Studio  a P-man-Tit fc safe removal d  unwanted hair  a Lateatt in cwnputf-urd  IhermnlysB fc Mend mcthoda  a Comptimentiiy 10 min.  inlnaluflHw  a tainted ElK-MygW  a Evening appouitmrnts milaHe  a Privacy of home baaed a had io  Fn appointment all MM756  Larrivee electric guitar, case, plus  Traynor amplifier, att as new, $200.  885*8011 evenings. ��37w  JOY OF MUSK  STUDIO  Voice - piano ��� keyboard -theory.  5653 Whart, 685*5552     '3801  Black Yamahe 45 inch piano, 2 yis  old, excellent condilion, $4,250  obo. 8850268. **n  12-string Yamaha guitar with case,  as new. $250.8860589 evenings /  weekends. tins  Moving sale, everything must go.  19B4 Shadow, 18' Bow Rider  w/115 Meic 4 trailer, 1974  camperized van, furniture, etc.  5768 Binnade Rd. 865*2156. Spt.  11,12,18419,10-4pm. ��37w  Sat., Sept. 18,4*1amily sale, KM,  7934 Southwood, Hallmoon Bay.  S37w  Giant Garage 4 Bakt Salt spon*  sorted by tm Home Support Society, Sat., Sept. 18,10*3 at KirWand  Centie, 4602 Simpkins Rd. at  Davis Bay. Hot dogs, refreshments  and baked goods w* be sok).��37w  0AP0t38 giant flea market. Harmony Hall, 10am, Sepl. 19, tables  $10.886-7284,886*9221.  ��37w  Moving sale Sept. 17/18,10*4,  lum. 4 micro, etc., 1227 Carole R,  olf Veterans Rd. I37w  Leam to play  Highland  Bagpipes  private loans for allages  886-8875  Soames Hdnt, 132 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jenra* Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3 LINEDANCMG  balhs, double garage, shake rod,  starts Sept. 14. Beginners: Tues* 'Zim73  French windows. $245,900. 886*  day 8*9 pm, Intermediate, Thura*  0081,351*7886 alter 8 pm.    ts  skm, Sept. 15. Training Monday 4  Wednesday evenings with a qualified expeiienced instructor. Beginners welcome. For more into, call  ���37W  VIEW * INVESTMENT! Move in  and start LIVING! BRIGHT open  plan, matter with ensuile/walk-in.  Watch the thipt from new  tparkling HOT TUB and much  MORE! 1/2 acre Soames area,  $259,000.     4  48133Cd prime tow bank waterlront In Glbtont Harbour near  Glbtont Marina. House neadt  repair but could ba fixed up for  recretHorai or rental un. Property  zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  DouUe gauge pka dongt Md.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1*889*  7070. ���  days 64pm. St. Marys WI.Gib* We are plotted to announce MV.  sons. $5.X. 8B6-7372,886-3977.    Excalibur II, 30 ft. turbo diesel is  ���39cn  M-W0MMM1UMS-  prcajrom, 35 terns, U.I  iptraorad, daring iUi in  Eladricol/Elaclnxib,  Capa-try, Haovy Equipr-aml,  Small Enjina lapctir,  Ait-mMo,  wstjwtcMSie, Opan lo Man  ond Woman Cel IIM807  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  665*7883,24 hour ie.        Hn  now m the kM. Available for crew  and cargo. No job loo small. 885-  4666,250*5148, ��39w  Acupresture 4 Reflexology.  Relieves stress and tension. Call  886*9834. ��9w  DENISE OWUN  Artistic Director of Coaat Dance  Theatre School announces opening of Fall Term tor classes in  Royal Academy ot Dancing  meted ot Beset, Contttnporary  wd Creative Dance. To register  MBw  Wslet - daik blue eeWdn wdlet in  Gibsons area, as long as one  month ago. Sue 666*2822.   tfns  Lost -1 ladies gold chain-linked  bracelet, in Gibions. Sentimental  value and reward. 886*0772.137*  Shaded white 6 grey Himalayan  Persian cat w/blue eyes, Davis  Bay area. Rewatd. 665-7037 ,l37w  Black lem. cat, stolen Irom  Roberts Creek area. Contact  SPCA 866*2273. I37w  Yellow lab wtth papers, avail for  stud service. 886*9737.     t38w  Experienced time teacher is now  accepting students. Please call  KellySmlt (Assx. Nus.) 886*2228.  MTW  Ouurley uprign) piano orig. bill.  1910. $1600. 886*4666 alter 4:30  pm. 13701  Piano, keyboard and voice lessons  in yout home. 886*9630.   t37an  Looking tor players - three guys,  aged 40s into playing some classic  rock'n'roll and R4B tor lun and  tome local gigs. Looking tor lead  sings., keybotrrJt md homt. Pre*  sent group members heve 10 yrs.  experience. Call John at 8858879.  I37w  OUTAR LESSONS  Experienced teach*. All styles A  levels 4 applied theory. Firtt lee-  ion fret. Aval, days 4 eves Steve  885*7067. new  McClary 30" 1+6 stove. $269; Kenmore, 30'while, $329; Gumey, 30'  almond 6 St. Steal Move, $269; 22  cu tt 'ipright Ireezer with new  compr., very nice, $429; Kenmore  almond d/w (built-in), $249; Hot-  point Cotnado w/d, $549 pair;  Inglis almond 5-cycle, 2-speed  washer, $349; Modem Maid, 30'  wall oven, sell-dean; $329; white  Westinghouse 30' almond sell*  clean stove, $449; Danby 12v  Iridge, 5 cu It, $369; and much  more. 90 days to two years warranty, parts 4 labour. Phone Bjom  685*7897 or Comer Cupboard,  686*4434, Mfcn  Washer 4 dryer set, white, good  cond, $500 obo. B85*05u9.l38cn  3 yr dd almond washer and dryer,  exc. cond. $600.886-4837.  MMOw  Almond Whirtpod 18.1 cu. tt. fioet  Iree fridge, malching sell-cleaning  slove with matching hood and Ian,  practically new. 886-8109. M9w  Like new, '89 Ftigldalre 'Elite'  range, reg. and convection oven,  self-clean, while with black glass  panel 4 oven dooi, $600 (was  $1200 new). 666*2296.     MBw  Washer 4 dryer, working, S100;  woodburning ttove, $150. 885-  850 t36w  Gibwi gdd Hove, $150; Kenmore  w/d, gdd, $250. M 886*6699.  MBw  'a*Ni'*i**>-- :-**���'..-.'--'---�����-'-'���*..a-.**.- va-- ��-i.v-.-.\-v. 21   For Sale  Coast News, September 13, 1993       17  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 865*2224  tai SO*        tin  Admiral side by side FF fridge,  16.2 cu. tl., almond, $575 obo.  865-9336. ss!38w  HUNTERS scuba equip. Brooks seal suit,  Put a neat little home on your  Cmple-e reloadmg^uipmenl. $350; Tusa BCD Shirwood Bliz*  ptoperty without trie hassle or  zard Octopus, Seallex belt, ankle expense ol building. Modular  Too much lo list. 685*7623.139w  8 HP Kohler eng. with elec. start, weights, US divers Uades, mask 6  home 24x32, constructed with  new cond., $400.686-9866.136w   snorkel, $900.865*0676.   ��38cn    2x4s, very wdl insulated, vinyl sid-  Couch and chair, excdlent condition, $550 obo. 866*2485. I39cn  Latge wooden work table, suitable  lor charting, $75; tound card table,  Chairs, $65.885*7725.      t39w  Large couch, 2 chaiis, suitable tor  rec room, $200 obo. 886-4697.   ��37w  Two white solas and matching  chair, top d the Um, very modem,  mar new, $2500.886-0090.I39W  Two pim Bonsai trees, 7 tt, $50 Private sale ��� quality Items e.g.  ea.: other evergreens also avail* crystal chandelier, was $750, now  able. 885*7261. I38w  $300; also English wall lights;  Fold down bed tor van, seats 3; comple,e s,e,8�� 5��stera; "^'  iump seat and 2 seat belts tor van.' P**** ���** antiques/collectlWes  Don 885*5208.              ��38w include china, silver, glass, brass*  ���  es, plates, books on Scotland,  Crib change lade; 24' extension a^,_,m          ,37w  ladder; table, 4 ch airs, $50 ea.; 2   ���.   deluxe weight benches w/weights, Matlin 30/30 $280 C.I.L. pump  $125 ea.; brand new slide 4 shotgun, $175.665*9405. I37cn  swingset, $75.885*9699.  I37cn       ���  Moving sale: Fridge, $300; w/d,  Exercise bike, dder model, $10, $500; |*,���.nn,.���,er, $600; bdrm  no speedometer, rowing machine,  good shape, $50. 886*7214 J38w  Propane stove, 30', $200 obo.  8850472. ��38cn  suile, $650; double bed, $85;  microwave, $250; ghetto blaster,  $180; new Ukes, $l5u/pr, 24' ladder, $70; whed barrow, $35. Lots  ing, complete w/slorm windows,  bay window, drapes, carpet, large  appliances, cupboards, skirt ot  sundeck, central heating, etc. Om  owner, n/s, senior returning to  England, $34,000.886*2513.  ��37cn  Sony 1/2' VCR, 4 heads, Hal black  finish, $250, call 886*2622 Tues*  Fri. afternoons ask lor Annie, tfns  Ritchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidfier, 2L,  like mw $40. Call 866-2622, ask  1or Annie. tins  Mitsubishi 26 in. colour TV and  New spring and mattress, top Sola hide-a-bed wilh matching  quaWy,S375obo.8B6-7394J38cn laim_,_&&���__> I37w  One Ikea ddhing wardrobe, $200; upright grand piano, needs a little  matching 6-drawer dresser with work, $300 or trade lor a lew cords cabinet, $650; bolh A*1.885*0382.  mirror and 4-drawer tall dresser ol lirewood. 686*9726.     I38cn M7cn  tet, $100. Phone 886*0433 Iv.             mess.                      i37w   Cash paid tor dd clocks, pocket Sliding glass door single br. alum,  watches, working ot not. Old $75 obo; medium chest Ireezer, as  advertising signs, jewdlry and tut* is, $50.686*3013.         ,#37cn  Kenwood 200 watt receiver / double auto reverse cassette / com*  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top soil by the tan-  more goodies. Pal 686-4886 alter dem dumptruck loed.  1:30. ��37cn   ijnod** Roberts Creek $250  RobtrttCretk*DtvitBty$275  Rocker recliner, $375; couch,  $125; single bed, $80; 2 hexagon niture.A^irj^^905  tables, $70; Electrolux upright vacuum, $250; antique mirror, $175.  All m good oond. 8850362. #37w  ��38cn  Wood heater, $300 obo; heavy ^ di   . -��� ^^ ,, ^  system cabinet. All Inclusive,  $2500 complete. 885-0382.��37cn  7553.  ���39w  Bed chesterfield, lullsize, Al  cond., $375.886*2730.     I37W    Etna lock L5,5 thread, near mw  Great present-antique Dutch wall Ccnd., 1/2 price, $500; Vagabond  dock, copper lace and weights, boy's mountain bike; 12 sp., Shi* 30" Tappen tange, cooktop wall  sun and moon plates, $600. B86- mano shifter, $95; Sklar loveseat, oven, dryer, 17 deepfreeze, elec.  ���*-"?'  early American style, dark rust lawnmower, chest of drawers.  Lovely mar mw Sm,���, doude "J*,'���*��� "h Wm' *��' WM138' ��37<"1   ^l���^  Davit Bty -HiHmoon Bty $215  While quantities last. Call W.D.  Excavating, 686*9764 or ctll. ���  1-220*1526. Mm  Omega 500 colour monitor, printer, new H/D kit, 2 controllers, extra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  886*3260 or 888*0924. tin  Used railway lies, great tor retaining walls. 885*6204. SS  24 HOIJll  TOWING  WALT'S  886-9500 /cel. 240-6575  Seldom used: Philips air purifier repairs (parts incl.) 2 owmr bike,  and de-wizer w/replacement filler $750 obo; 1973 Ford 3/4 ton, mw  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bion* tires, body in good shape, runs  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier well, exc. woik truck, $1800 obo.  tfns    Eves. 886-4574.  ��39w  mattress, quitlad lop, $129; small  antique side chair, distinctively 2 ocean kayaks Nimbus Puffins 6  hand carved, $125; near new om- equip., $1600 ea. 883*9775 eves,  door padded lounge, 1/2 price, or wknds.                   I39w  $75.696-8465. t37w        Sectional with ottoman, rust Firewood, $10O/cotd, free ddivety  cdour, $75.885*7712.      ��39w in Sechell area. Phone 885*7567  Used lurniture and misc. 2nd hand days 4 885*7553 eves.     ��9w  goods. 'Castaways' Mdty's Lam.  Wed.-Sun., 11am*4:30pm. 686* Lounger 4 table, $50; umbrella,  8678 or 686-4930. #37* $50; deep fryer, $15; bread box,  ch rome, $10; barbecue, $95.685-  5125.                        ��39w  Dive equipment, Suunto multi levd  computer. Dacor tegs. etc. 885-  0221. I37cn  SUMMER SPECIALS  MMl bntal 2x4 301 L/F   2x8 .6SC L/F  2x6 4S< L/F   2x10.80< L/F  ply wood $ call  FACTORY OVERRUNS:  ��� Exterior French Doors ��� Pair prehung dbl. glazed  $47.5.00  ��� 15 lite bevel trpl. glazed  $295.00ea.  ��� Interior Irench doors ��� your pick $99.00 ea.  ��� Melal clad exterior panel doors $50.00 ea.  ��� Prehanging services / materials available  ��� Over 100 double glazed aluminum and vinyl windows,  patio doors, skylights and garden windows in stock.  QUANTITIES LIMITED  SUNCO KCYCUD BUILDING MATERIALS LTD.  5633 WHARF RD. SECHELT SS5-IIS9.  ������Haaa^Mavtaaa-r-eaBaaaaaa-a-tia-aaiiaHa-BMBaaawaa'  Will KILN DIY  YOUI WOOD  tayoursptdfttalim.  Max. length, Ufl. 6 tn.  Capacity 1000 B.f.  Prmtlohn��SS4796  450 fl. I/O Triplex, 1/2 price, $250.  Will throw In another 60 ft. sep.  piece all for same price. 886*2952.  M7cn  Fireplace screen to lit 36'x27*  opening polished brass, glass  bitdd doors 4 mesh spaik screen;  3-pc. fireplace lod tet and lion  grate, $195 Obo. 885*5552.137w  Exercise bike, $125.685-5473  eves. M9w  Washer 4 dryer, woiking, $100;  woodburning stove, $150. 685-  6556. I39w  IBM PC Compatible 286/640KB  computer with hatd drive and 51/4  floppy dtlve. Includes monochrome monitor, enhanced keyboard, Panasonic Dd Matrix printer with stand, DOS 5.0 and some  software, $750 obo. Days 886-  8155 eves. 886*3211.       #39w  Utility trailer, $275; CCM exercise  bike, top ol the line, like new,  $145,686-3211. #39w  SATELLITE SALES  Onen Onion Earth Station  684-5240.   tfn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  1981 Corvette, good cond. 665-  4026. I39w  MHR. TOWING  AKXAnORICyCURS  m    -**Ab||Ua-|  tTOWRN  886-8090  1 Ports for most makes foreign  domestic, I wtwd drive,  4 wheel drive 4 somt do drive.  Some parts Installation  available  Aetata te  tfgffe  Fireplace, Vermont casting dauntless, Iree standing dark brown "��** ho���' -W* st,aciou* "B  out, excellent condition, veiy  clean, newly painled 4 renovated  featuring stucco ceiling With cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, fridge 4 stove  included, washer 4 dryer optional.  King size waterbed; Kozl 25 air*  tight stove. 885-3504.      M9cn  Fridge, dec. stove, $150 lor both.  000.886*3573. M7w  Organic apples, scab-tree, 25c/lb.  686-4520 eves. I37w  Queen-size waletbed, $100;  portable dishwasher, $50; Iwo  2'x2' skylight kits, mw, $40 ea.  866-3638. I39w  Fresh Irozen blackberries. 885-  9734. !36w  comes with firescreen 6  glass doors, like new, used 1 season, $1400.685*4588.      ��37w  Round starburst walnut dining  lade 6 4 uphdsteted armchairs,  $440; 2 coordinating chairs also __x_tim _^Uli doiio j&ry.lh  available; fibreglass canopy 6 box comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  limr lor S/BS/S pickup; 21 ft. trailer, needs repairs, best otter. 883*  1160. I37w  CEDAR ��� regular dimension or RSF Energy Onyx zero clearance  cuslom size available, competitive liteplace, new, never used, $1600.  prices. 885*0270, t41cn Thermostat kit and chimney priced  STRAWBERRIES-yes, we still ��ei��w"*/M5-2472.       M7w  have lots! Ever-bearing, pesticide swe-*llie*t water fillers guar-  Iran    Uiaann  DM      a.  mIhL    tlflk -"  anteed to remove bacteria, lead,  chlorine, etc. 885*0472.     ��37w  tree, Mason Rd., u-pick, $1/Ib.  5873 Mason Rd. 885-3506. HBcn  Brietcase w/combination lock, $40,  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. Call to  view tfns  GOOD HAY  M.OCVBafcDelivertd  Straw SSOOibeh  Gardtn Mulch Hay $3.50  CtUBetwttntMpm  165-9357  71 Vdkswagen Beetle, light blue,  new brakes, tuns good, some rusl,  $700 obo. 886*2746 eves. M6w  1974 Volvo, rebuilt motor, new  exhaust, clutch, $1650 obo. 883-  9590 I36w  1977 Lincoln Matk V w/propam,  IMPS good, $1750 obo. 683*9590.  ��38w  1975 Vega, good cond., 54,000  miles, new tires, $850.683*1141.  MBw  77 Austin Marina, good body, carb  needs work, $300.686*2967.  Mfcn  1961 Mustang, original owner,  sunrool, new tires, $1000 obo.  865*7370. ��38w  1969 Mercedes Benz, California  car, all original, new tres, $4000.  885-4488. #38w  Washer and dryer, $350/pr; Ken* 2 drm, ,   k|    ������,     j^ Yamaha digital keyboard; accor*  tna-u-ft, uauaauanl    C1"7C-  -ThC* Afllaw TM ** Jl_.m.. FI-._j_-.-._._-._. ��� _..**..    .11  1988 Bronco II, 6 cyl auto. Greal  in snow! 8B5-32B1 MDL5936  '89 Honda CRX, SI, 5 sp., wht.,  blk, int., HB, pwr., sural., low kms,  $9500.885*8231 or 294*5045.  t39w  '63 Toyota Tercel wagon. 4 wd,  130 km on engine, veiy good running condition, one owner since  ... $1750 obo. 86-4664.    139*  '61 Mazda GLC, standard, runs  wdl, good tres, $750, as is. 665*  3628 ��39w  '86 Ford Escort wagon, 5 sp.,  stereo, 93,000 kms., exc. cond.,  $2900 obo. Motorola cellular car  phone, $75.885*0470.      #39*  Muslang GT convertible, while on  white 5 0 L/auto. Absolutely  loaded ��� wilh leather! 27k.  S19.495 885-3281 MDL5936  1962 Volvo SW Clean and well  maintained. A sale and dependable second lamily car, $4000  obo. 885*3790. #37w  76 Maverick lor parts, driveable,  new 14'tires, $150 obo. 686-  7895. ��37w  19B7 blue Suzuki Forsa, exc.  cond., $3200 obo. Exc. commuter.  885-7878. 138*  1991 Hyundai Excelex. only  29,000 kms., silver due, auto., like  mw condilion. Selling to buy work  iruck, $5500 obo. 885*0515.��38w  1986 Turbo Lazer, new brakes,  tune-up, new tires, exc. cond.,  $3500; 1982 Yamaha 650 Maxi*  um, 45,000 kms., needs minor  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  completely refurbished, a great  lamily wagon. SALE $2,495. 8B5-  3281.MDL5936  1980 Ford Granada, V6 auto.,  P/S, P/B, A/C, cruise, AM/FM cassette, $1000 obo. 885-3633 or  685*3949. #38w  1975 Olds Cutlass, 350 engine,  swivd seats, runs good, $400 obo.  886*8159. ��37w  1983 Dalsun 280SX, Calilomia  import end omissions. Power air  voice, T-toot, tinted glass, gold 6  black, exc. cond., $4300. 886-  0S76. ss  1986 Escort wagon. 4 cyl, auto,  cassette, one owner, 885*3281.  MDL5936  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500 Obo. 686*7969. ss  1979 Chevrolet Nova, body in  good cond., needs a new cam  shaft, good tor parts, $300.886-  0356. ��38w  1987 Chevette 2 dr., 5 sp. hatchback, reliable, $1200,885*3670.  ssMOw  '86 Nissan multi. AM/FM, cass.,  summer 6 winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond., $7000 obo. 686*0980  eves. ss  1962 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 866-  8032. ss  '84 Honda Accord, sunrod, 5 sp.,  new tires. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  885-4054. ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950 obo. 686*3484. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine In  very good cond., exc. for parts,  $400 obo by end ot May. Call 866-  2622. tins  '88 Cavalierr Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrod w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  686*7654 att. 5:30pm, ss  86 Olds Clera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886*7150.  ss  1984 Mazda RX-7.78,000 kms. 4  mw Pirelli lires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities  Reliable 4 strong $5,100. Call Joel  685*5166 tins  1964 Dodge Aries K-car, new  brakes, tres, carb., 2.2 litre 4 cyl.,  good shape, $2000 obo. 885*9706  att. 5pm. I39w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  deck, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean inside 6 out, $10,000 obo.  886*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 886-3623. ss  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 obo. 686-3648 ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 6 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000000.863-2512. tt  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheds,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  685*7167 ss  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  863-9234. ss  1974 Dalsun 2602 alpine slereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirdli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  obo 686*7378 ss  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6.  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886*7520 or 886-2111. ae  -86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyt, F/inj,  exc. cond., $3995. 686*7150 or  8864213. st  1991 Chev 1/2 ton 4x4,34,000  km, $14,000.866*3362.    #36cn  1987 Ford F150, 6 cyl. stand.,  canopy, boxliner, exc. cond.,  $6000 obo. 885-4146.       I39W  1964 F-150 Economical 6 cylinder,  4 speed, oiiginal owner, dual  tanks, lull box, $3,650. 1*976*  4855 or 885*6869. MBen  1981 Dodge Royal 1/2 ton p/u.  Fdly loaded on gas and propane.  $2400 obo. 885*6856.      I37cn  '91 Dodge Dakota 4x4 extia cab  pickup, v-6, 5 speed, exc. cond.  $14,900,685*4862. M7cn  '80 1/2 ion F-100, 300 auto., runs  wdl, $1200 obo. 885*5959. t39w  '60 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 in exc.  cond. 666*7774 or 886-3027.  ss  Modified 1957 Ford F-100, C*6  aulo., PS/PB, power setts, cuttom  paint/interior 460 Lincoln V-6,  $6500.865-3433,886-2684.#37w  19(6 VANAMERA. Chev Travel  Van. 4 captain chain, tola bed.  Loaded. Only 77,000 kms. Mint  cond. Asking $12,000.686-2342  or cell 11 -220*5261. II  1961 Datsun 4X4 pickup, 5 spd., 4  cyl., 104,000 kms., cinopy;  $1000. Randy aft. 5pm 6868244.   MBw  75 F100 pickup, 81,000 orig.  miles, V8, clean ind reliable,  minor rust, $1200. Jm 886-3146  or B86-0124. I37w  79 Chev, 3/4 ton camper spedd  with8tt. camper,3burner,dove,  heater, fridge, good cond., $5500  Obo. 883*2756. Mtw  74 Fotd F250 pickup, 390 4 tp���  $700 Obo. 885*0470.        MBw  64 Dodge Caravan, aulo. $4,500.  8866204, ts  Dodge D50 pickup propane tusty,  runs wdl, $500 obo. 883-2698.  HBw  Full size 1990 Dodge van, VE  auto, $6500.866-3301 ss  1983 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape.  automate, $2800.885*5623 lit. 6.  MMBw  '84 Toyota Van, 7 ptgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,600 obo. 866*7648.  It  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunin  green, 4 dr., 4X4 and exttit,  25,000 kms. Deve 666*3878.  1986 Ranger dub cab w/ctnopy.  V6, automate, very good oond.,  $500001)0.885-9669.       ��7w  1981 GMC 5 ton tingle axis  '80 Ford F-250 V-8 auto, $1600 dump, 87,000 kms., govt Imped*  obo. 886*7927. I39cn   ed, $6500 obo. 6854604.  M7w  1973 Chev 3 ton dumptruck, 350 '91 Ntaw P/U, short box, 4 cyt., S  cu. in., on propane, fist recertified, sp., 63,000 kms, new tret, $7396.  $7000000.885*7553.       M9w    886*9500. SHSBW  Explorer XLT 4x4, 4 door, auto.  This is Ihe answer lor the '90s.  685*3261. MDL5936       75 Dodge 1 ton 316,4 sp, new  1965 Ford F150XL, 52.000 orig.  1990 Beretla GT, 3.1 multi-port dutch, good turning cond., $2000 km., Blaupunkt AM/FM eastern,  fuel injected, $10,000.886-2893.    or trade lot car ol equal value, canopy 4 liner, immac, $4900.  139*    6894969. I38w    663*2096. MBw  1967Tempo4dr.,P/W,P/D/L,dr  cond., AM/FM stereo, exc. cond,  $3000.6854054.  more vacuum, $175; 26' odor TV,  $150; small microwave, $40.886-  7089. Mtol  WOOD STOVES  Fully approved Padfic 143, 29'  wide, 211/2' deep, 20' high plus  6' legs, top vent, $495 lirm. 886*  3730.  Pirn Hill tully approved glass door  model, gold trim, top venl, 25'  wide, 16' deep, 29' high plus 9'  pedstd. $595 lirm. 386*3730.  Used aciyfc hot tub, approx. 8x8  with equipment, minus heater,  $1495.886*3730.  Submersible sewage pump, brand  mw, cost $895, sell $495. 866*  3730. ��38*  Baby's crib 6 mattress including  bedding, $75 lirm; playpen, $20.  886*3107. I38w  Moving tale ��� 3/4 size mattress 6  box spring, $125; HD washer 4  dryer, as new, $700 pr.; portable  w/hardware, $40; Lambourghini  tramed print, $65; 3/4 brown  leather jacket, $75.8850382.  MScn  Motorized scooter, 3 1/2 yrs dd,  tuns good, $1000. 865*6299 titch N80 coll nailer (multi-use)  ��_^____ MScn   p|UJ nans j h0(li im. 0Mi  Chandelier, valued at $700, will  sdl lor $200.6850509.    M8cn  dan; Eleclrohome organ guitar, dl  good cond.; garden shredder 6  tods. 686*9527. 138*  Attention men: Speedaire compressor. 20 gal., 2 HP. $353; Bos-  Full size camper trig, stove heater,  $1500obo. 866*2106. SS  CEDAR SHAKES 6 LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut 885-2138  018855601. tin  Shopsmith Mark 5, $1600; Stihl  chamsaw, $350; chipper shredder,  8 tip, $1800; Shopsmith 12' planer, $800. 866*0940. Cell 741-  42M. M8cn  New Sako .336 Win. mag, synthetic stock, Bums 13/4*5 power  scope. $1200.6854566.   M8cn  bench tablesaw, 10 in, 13 amps,  $150; BSD sawcat 71/4'sklllsaw,  $60; Makita 7 1/4' sklllsaw, $70;  Ctallsman aulo scroll jigsaw, $50;  Craftsman 800 router, $70; Makita  drywall screw gun, $75; Stihl 009L  2.5 cu. in. chainsaw, 16' bar,  $250; dder utility trailer ��� U-haul  type (enclosed), 15' wheels,  6x5x4'. good shape, $300; heavy  extension cord ��� 63 ft. 10/3 cab  Sted drums lor sale, $20, Sechdt  tire, $40; 2 light extension cords al  Shall. 665*2128. I37cn   25 m, $25; men't gdf dubs, Wil*  1966 John Deere 310C backhoe.  Extend-a-hoe, live thumb, 3 buckets, excdlent conditon. $22,500.  885*5893. ��39cn  JD 401 loader, 60* bucket, 5000 Ib  fork, exc, cond, $9500.885-7692.   M7w  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  686*7727. ss  Craftsman 36' riding lawn mower,  $450 obo. 8853469.        M9w  dishwasher, $75; Speed Oueen Diving regi jtor, $200; diving usad 5 weeks, $150; men's sz. 10  Ironer, $50; 2 single beds, $25 ���***"<����! J!**??.  Abilene cowboy boots, leather-  lined, almost new, cost $228, sdl  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  son Envoy, lull sel with new litest ^__>m> "ork* -*3000 <**>���  pro-style bag 4 covers, umbrella,     ""  $260; men's sz. to leather corks,  686*2546.  tnd $40; lge. 2-pce. sectional,  $350.686*2223. I38w  1 yr. Kenmore apl. sz* dryer, like  new, $200 obo. 886*3484. ��38w  3'x5' refinished oak office desk,  dive comptessor $2500; water ^^,,,-n,,  ,975 Vegi, good condition,  rdlerblades, $75; propane coder J75; Imerdale 12-vdt baft. (Ford) JMOO miles, nam tires. $850.  4   stove   (for  boat),   $75; ne"' *36- *"ilems in encellent  883-1141. I39cn  microwave, $50; hot tub orinetor ��h��P��. many almost new, all  (new), $75.886*9421.       M9w prices lirm. 886*9449.       M8w  Aerostar A.W.D. Front 4 rear  heat, power windows, power lock,  overdrive, aulo, 7 pass. SUCH A  DEAl. 685*3281. MDL5936  1980 Toyota Tercel, $650; motor  and transmission tor 1980 Toyola  Cordia, $350.685*9643.   ��38cn  1963 Ford Escort L wagon, auto,  good condition, $600.885*3675  eves. MScn  '87 Toyota Corolla 4 dr, white, new  brakes, tires, exhaust, excellent  shape, 68,000 kms, $7000 obo.  885-2377 weekends, 469,2711  bus. ��3Bcn  Classic 2002 BMW, good conditon, $1200.6854762.     ��37cn  1974 Dodge 1-ton Hat deck.  $2200,886*0940, cell 7414243.  13801  Must sell 1981 Audi, 4 dr, dean,  w/sun roof. $2800 obo. 685*7233  or 885*2064. M7cn  1978 Dodge Volare 4 dr, some  rust, rum wdl, $500.885*2540.  ���37w  1990 Cavalier 4 dr. sedan, PS/PB,  AM/FM, 3 8,000 kms, $6000.886-  3124 aft 5pm. I38w  1985 Subaru GL sedan, auto..  85,000 kms, immaculate, $3600  obo. 8864649 tv. mees.    M8w  76 Volvo S/W, running. Still a  good vehicle, otters please. 886-  4557. 138*  1983 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr.,  aulo, cruise, immaculate cond,  $3950.883*9553. M7w  1980 3/4 ton GMC 4X4,350 standard, mechanically sound, $2500  obo. 6864899 M7w  TRACKER-M  4x4 hardtop, low miles, immaculate cond ton, $6700.8860979.  ssi38cn  76 F-250 4X4,390 propane, fdly  (unctioning. Also 76 KZ 1000 ind.  ports bike. 685-7768.       I37w  76 F-250 4x4 390 propane, lully  functioning: also 76 KZ 1000 kid.  parts bike. 885*7768.        M7w  77 Ford Econoline camperized,  $900000.886-2860.        ��37w  1980 S.B. 4X4 P/U, S3O30 obo.  685*2151 eves. MBw  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  8657516 tt  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 obo. 865*1949.  ll  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000.886*3005 8am-  5pm. ti  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable otters.  866*7800, is  1986 Ponliac 6000, 4 cyl, fuel '61 GMC 3/4 ton, mechanically '89 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  injected, 4 dr., air, $2700 obo. pertect, some rust. $3000.865* tranny, new front tirei, needt  8854804. #37w    5466. M6cn   inspection. $3250.8653001. tt  leminine Hair, $300; refinished Moving . portable dlthwather;  crib, new mattress, $100. 886* LMy Boy rocker recliner; 2 TV  7210 eves. only.  ��37w  Christmas tree, artificial, tire retar-  dant, Northern pine, 6'*7' high,  med once, $60; kettle barbecue,  21', used once, $25; Kenmore  microwave with instruction book,  500 want, 0.5 cu. tt, first dass  condilion, $75.8852047.   M7w  Firewood tor tale, price varies to  location tnd order. Get ready lor  Idl and winter and save money.  Alto dry seasoned maple. 868-  4896 Dde. M7w  gr Rockwal Beaver tablesaw, new  carbide, exc. cond. $350 obo. 865*  9270. M7w  SHAKLEE  products tot the enhancement ol  stands; 14: TV, colour, etc. 1048 your health and environmentally  Rosamund Rd, also garage sale (-^ay ag-^ 8850472. #37w  on Sept. 16419,104.886*7425.  ���39*  lOtHTOUIMHI  POUTAIUIANOSAW  MUsnrvKiwiu  COM! TO YOUR PROHRTY  TO CUT YOUR LOW.  ���ri��� __m____M_____  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 Ib. 4 $4 lb. To order  M5*7M�� NMMM  Mtw  Full tize thoitbox canopy; steel  fence posts; monochrome compul*  '91 Aerostar XLT V6. 1 owner.  "People Mover," total driving  experience! 885*3281. MDL5936  1974 Volvo, rebuilt motor, new  exhaust, dutch, $1650 obo. 863-  9590. M9cn  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25.000 km. Beautilul condition,  one owner. $10,995,885*3261.  MDL5936  1966 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  aulo, ac, dl power, excdlent condition. $4550.6864641. SSfrtOw  1966 5 spd, 4 dt, red Nissan Sen*  Avocado propam stove, $50.686*  7247. M7w  er display with Hercules and I/O   1977 Lincoln MK V with propam,  tra. $6000 obo. 8664837. ss��7  cards. Phone 885*6022.    I37w    runs good. $1750 obo. 883*9590.  HBcn  1976 Oldsmobile 98, good condtion, rebuilt engine, tuns great,  5'x3' drafting table, $75; 2-dtawer   letter tize tiling cibinet, $50;  1962 Mercury unibody pickup, new etm' ****nl- *1000' *-**���  Used toets ��� 5x100, 5x70, and 2 Ntviho CB radio btse tet paint, tires, 6 cyl, 3 spd, $4800.  only 5x24,10 due Dotation bar- w/antenna, $125; TV table, $10. 1972 Ford camper, special $1000.  rds.883-2767. M9w   886-2561. M7cn    886456301686-3910.     ��39cn  ���37W  '79 LTD2, needs some work,  $300.686*8759 aft. 6 pm. M7cn  ree  %vhmn you  nay for 2 Inmmrilon*  SO  AH classifieds must be  prepaid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  hi Mtlw im Moodily of WookMmt  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 cents  for ooch additional word.  Froo: lost, Found &Ftn  Svra Ml ���lue��UI*d��  $17 up to IO words  $ I each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive week.  then will be cancelled unlets you instruct us lo renew it  by classified deadline ��� NOI ovallobl. b, commrcml noWHaara  Coaat News  CLASSIFIED DIADLINISt  MtMiaJajy Mitten WtMktMtster  ��� PM. THUMDAV NOON TUMDAT  Gibsons 886-2622 Secheh 883-3930 18       Coast News, September 13, 1993  .inipers 8. RVs  21 ft. X 8 It. 4 in. Deep V libreglass  hull, Lapslrake design, $2500 obo.  665-1995. 138*  16 ft. Martin Bowrider, 60 HP  25 tt. Executive, $15,000 obo. Mariner, 6 HP aux. w/trailer, tull  Truck or truck and camper trade, canvas, winter tarp. lish tinder,  865*9233. Mtcn   downrigger. 685*7917.       I36w  29. Wanted to Renl  '79 ��� 19 It. Travdaire trailer. Mint  condilion. Reasonable price. 885-  3753. ��9cn  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  6 It. camper by Tri-Star Motor  Homes. Penticton. Stove, 3-way  fridge, lurnace, dean, $1200 obo.  8864206. M7cn  1979 Wilderness travd trailer, 24  It, veiy dean, never bean abused.  Sleeps 6, elec./propane Iridge,  prop, stove S hot water, 3 pee.  bath, nice open layout. Everything  works. Excdlent brand new color  TV/VCR with remote included,  $6500 obo. 885*7814.       I38w  Car dolly (Kartote Autom) complete, w/light bar for mid-size, near  new, $1550 obo. 863*2246. ��37w  4011.1975 RV bus, set up lor year  round living. Propane powered,  good motor, $15,000. See at Bod  Hill RV Park, top ol Ce,T*)tary t  Keith Rd��� Gibsons. M7w  1988 GMC getaway van, low  mileage, 3-way fridge, 3 burner  stove, miciowave, and more, exc.  cond, $16,000. Would consider a  full size pickup as pan payment  8866874 aft. 5pm. I37w  1969 deluxe class C 24 tt. M.H. ciatfc 2511 Owens, handlman'a  like new, 1 owner, N/S, N/P, ^,,6,. 350 Vdvo Ite coding, new  ^S S;0?0^!5^"^^ balterles,    VHF,    tounder,  smdter RV J cash, $31,500.865- mahogany |ap,|r()|ie ���,��� ���,���_  797B' ,3B"  sleeps 4, Spots Yak dngy, extras.  I Requires woik. $5000 obo. 883-  19298. MBcn  Classic 25 ft. Owens, handimans  cruller, 350 Volvo, f/w cooling,  new batteriet, VHF sounder,  mahogany Lapstrake over oak,  sleeps 4, Sports Yak dinghy,  extras. Requires work. $5000 obo.  663*9296 eves Mt*  24 fl Owens, 316 Chrysler, FWC,  50 hrs SMOH, Lorance tounder,  VHF, Swan anchor package,  trimmed tabs, heads, $6000 obo.  885*7977 ��38cn  16 ft. Sidewinder sailboat, 2 stilt,  jib, tidier, $1600.8B5-5095.t38cn  14 It. d. boat die. steering. 25 HP  Mariner, dec. start, low hrs, gdv.  trailer, bail and 2 day tanks, extras,  $4000,883*2390. MBw  11.6 tt. Achilles inflatable, beach  wheels, under 100 hrs, $1200.  665*0166. MBw  Sailboat Cove, 29' diesd sloop,  cedar on oak, VHF, very good condition. $14,000,683*9361.  ���38cn  14 ft, aluminum Misty River boat,  9.8 Merc and trailer, $2350 obo.  Call lit. 7pm 865*5317.     I39w  1978 - 4 HP Evinrude molor, $295  000.8656365. M7w  15 1/2 ft. Sangster 50 horse Merc  classic, $2,500.  12 ft. Aluminum boat, 9.2 Viking  motor, one or both, otters. 666*  2660 �����*  1992 Yamaha 9.9 hp, used 20 hit,  like new, $1400.6864714 or 886*  3132. M7cn  Two Chrysler 318 inboard engines.  One requires some rebuilding,  $1000; other is in tm running con*  tlton, $2000. For details call Buccaneer MarimJIiSTeeattn  14 tt. libreglass runabout, 20 HP  Mercury, remote EZ load trailer,  $1300000.886*2429.       M8w  26 It. Trend boal, ideal lor lishing,  twin power, $35,900 or trade lor  property, 685-0722. M9w  16 ft libreglass runabout, 85 hp  motor, trailer, excellent condition,  $2100.883-2960 mornings    It  16II. K.C. 70 HP 1988 Mercury,  very low milage, 7.5 HP 1983 Evin-  mde long shaft kicker w/eesy toad  trailer, $6000 -or wilh '81 Ford 1/2  ton, 75,000 kms, $10,000. All in A-  1 cond. 885*2361. M7w  Sailboat Cove, 29 tt. desd sloop,  cedar on oak, VHF, very good  cond, $14,000.863*9361. M7w  Windsurfer Hy Fly Nova $600 obo.  666*3623. ss  6 hp Chrysler outboard, extra long  shaft, Ideal lor sailboat, $70. 886-  7153.   �������  1990 ��� 70 HP Evinrude and con*  trds, rebuilt, $1750 obo. 8856385.  ���39w  Good protect boat, 19 It. sailboat,  solid planked hull, cabin needs  rebuilding. $400 obo 885-9282 Iv.  mess. M7w  17'Double  Eagle  125 Volvo F.W.C. 290  with power trim & tilt.  Very dean, new trailer  $9650.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  5637 Wharf Rd.,  Sechalt, BC  865-4141  Security, fenced  and lighted  Halfmoon Bay  Area,  Reservations  Taken now  885-2703  Relic's aluminum 16' jet boat,  $14,000.6864421. Mtw  30 ll cabin cruiser, twin Chiyder  360, many extras, $8000 obo.  533-15221x6854418     M9w  ffCWTMUK  -niKYSin..,  cmwi iiii mrm  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.VC.  ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9*20*3040-50*70 HP 1991*1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort. 883*2456.      tin  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exheust manifold, $3500.886*3457. ss  28' Character Cruiser ��� Command  bridge, head, galley sleeps four,  c/w dinghy, surveyed 1992 at  $26,000, offers to $11000.  Phone Alt 885*3372.  28 tl Unifly fibreglass, new mdor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  lish finder, Ids of extras. George  886-8139. IS  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  his on boat, fitly equipped tor fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500.865*2503. 88  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new uphdslery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 666-  7255; ss  16 fl Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 686*9224  ss  24 ft.  Cabin  Cruiter, new  Marc motor tnd leg, head propane  slove. deeps 4. $5500.883*9253.  ss  17 It. 4 In Kellahan tithing  machine, akmwiun, entr contde,  60 tip Mere, Road Runner trailer,  VHF, sounder, $11,500.8666482.  ���3701  Wanted ��� 20-35 HP Johnson or  Evinrude outboard tor pans. Ph.  866*7951. #37w  Seeking 12 lo 14 tt. aluminum runabout with 10-15 HP molor. 665-  3790. I37w  P.H. Power I Sail Squadron rag.  for boating course Thurs, Sept.  16.7 pm, P.H. Secondary Schod.  Alto lor members A.P. 1 Stamen-  ship. For into call Emit Johnson  8834203. M7w  26 cabin cruiser, "Brand", clastic  style, cedar on oak, 316 Chrysler,  many extras. Good bade condtion  but needs woik. $7700.886*0927  or message at 866*2556.  M7on  2850 Bayliner 10' beam, cabin 201 Rinell, very good cond, 361  cruiter, Secret Cove Marina, motor F.W.C. trim tabs w/md trail*  $13,500,922*1690. Mtw    er,$6495liim.��85-3120. M7cn  20' Houston  Glasscraft  Hardtop  V6 OMC 800 Drive  F.W.C. Good condition  $9500.  TIDELINE  MARINE LTD.  6837 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, BC  685-4141  Yed There is a reliable local propeller repdr service. 865*5278.  tm  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, cai  boat etc.  Call collect  597*3322 tin  1978 14x70 mobile home ai  S.C.M.H.P., 3 bdrm., W/D Incl.  Asking $27,500 obo. home: 686-  8458 woik: 886*7124.       I37w  New Patk  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents Irom $235/mo.  For into, call  597-3322  Itn  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, veiy clean,  newly painted . renovated featuring stucco celling with cedar  beams in living room, white wdls,  400 sq. tt. deck, Iridge J slove  induded, washer. dryer optional.  Excellent location, close lo terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 866*8095. $39,900. Call to  tfns  '86 Honda Four Trax 125. Like  new, 2 wheel drive, reverse,  $1950.6864770. MScn  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond, 20,000 kms, $1450 obo.  885*5492. ssM9w  ���84 Yamaha Virago, 500 cc, good  condilion, $1300. Otters considered. 885-3658. M8cn  Yamaha Virago 920 cc, extras,  $1375.8650382. M7w  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninia.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.8864616 alt. 7 pm.    ss  ���91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000.8864746. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninia like new,  oilers, 8866622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond, 885*9512. ss  1987 Touring BMW K100RSLT,  38,000 kms, exc. cond. Includes  cover, helmet, tank bag, integral  cases, lop case, gold, asking  $4000000.885*3387.     . M7w  1976 Honda 400, good cond,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes dl.  866-7722 leave message.    Uns  GSXR 750, low kms, exc. cond,  $6000.686-7464. ss  Senior n/s, n/p, wishes to rent  small 2 bdrm home with t/p, view S  cade, for Nov.-Oec. 1. Gibsons /  Roberts Creek area. Reply to Box  401, C/o Box 460, Gibsons, BC  VON1V0. MBcn  Responside, quel, non-smoking,  cat and owner looking tor cozy one  bedroom house or cal*. Gibsons/  Sechelt or anywhere in-between.  "     b phone 685*5166.       tin  Reliable long time S/C couple  seeking 2/3 bdrm. house to rent or  lease to own. Will redecorate,  maintain garden/landscape. Gibsons to Hallmoon Bay. 866*2576.  M7w  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-  9665.Annie. tins  N/S working couple seeks cabin,  Gibsons/Rbts. Ck, Get. 1 or sooner. Rets, available. Call collecl  879*2695 att. 6pm. M7w  Small house, quiet spot, single  woman, $350 max. 885-0408J39W  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm, vaulted  ceiling, skylights, pets ok,  $650/mo. 6666714.        I39cn  Wanled lo share. M/F, 2 bdrm.  house, central Gibsons, D/W, W/D,  garage, $4507mo. 8860541 or 1-  7394493. M9w  Condo, Secrel Cove, long term, 5  appl. 8856831. Mtw  Davis Bay, near beach, large 1  bdrm, i/2 duplex, $475.885*5919  or 8854862. M9w  Davis Bay, gorgeous new 2 bdrm.  6 den rancher, 2 bathrooms, dble.  carport, large private Id, 5 appis.  685*4862. Mtw  5 bdrm house near feny  3 bdrm duplex, School Rd.  3 bdrm duplex. View. $850.  Pebbles  REAJ-TY LTD.  Don Sutherland  1386-8107  2 bdrm. house Fairview Dr. near  the arena, Sechelt. View, Ig. deck,  appis, shared W/D, avdl. immed.  885*2159. M9w  New 4 bdrm. home in Sechelt, 2  car garage, 21/2 bath, 5 appl,  F/P, rets. req. N/P, $1100/mo. 686*  9039 M��*  Upper Gibsons and central, 2  bdrm. ���, execulive townhouse,  N/S, N/P, $825/mo. 886*2830.  Mtw  1 bdim. - fireplace, skylight, moun*  tain view, avail, immed, $4257mo.  _ utils. 8880539. M9w  One housekeeping loom al  $200/mo. avail, immed. 13860539.  M9w  1 bdrm. suite, lower Gibsons, dean  t bright, fridge, stove, W/D, F/P,  avail. Oct. 1,$475/mo. 686*7667.  Mtw  Cute 2 or 3 bdtm. home with view,  close to amenities, newly renovated, N/S, rets. req. $850/mo. 922-  9814.       M9w  Watedront panoramic view, Ig. 1  bdrm. apt, $550/mo. 6866756.  M9w  Near Gibsons, lg. top floor 3 bdrm.  2 baths, F/P, rec. rm, shared laundry, avail. Od. 1, SBOO/mo. t utils.  922*1880. M����  2 bdtm house, w/d, lower Gibsons,  $700,686*3222. M901  Mde angle parent, boy nne, have  two rooms in basement, Robeits  Creek. Share rest ot house and  util. $353/010.686*7358,6886196  lv. message. M9cn  ^  BCVCNA  SFUTISH  COLUMBIA  WO YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  These adt appear In more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCVCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $225  325  $4.00 each additional word  2 bdrm cabin, Sandy Hook, avail.  Oct. 1, $600/mo. plus utilities.  Please leave message. 1-945-  9161. M9cn  1 bdrm. suite. $4507mo, separate  hydro and phone, cade incl. 886-  2265 M9w  Modem 1 bdrm. suile, 5 apd,on  acreage. $6007mo. 261*2207.M9w  Cozy, clean, lurnished sell-contained cottage (lower Gibsons),  cade, utils incl, suil quid, single  working person or retiree,  $515/mo. 885*3433. Mt*  House tor rent lower Gibsons, 2  bdrm, vaulted ceiling, skylights,  pets OK, $650/mo. 886*8714.��39w  1 bdrm. watertront suite, bright,  dean, laundiy, balcony, $3507mo.  883*9177. M9w  Laige 2 bdtm. house, across Irom  beach, Tuwanek. N/S preler,  $635/mo. ��� utils. 966-9552. Mtw  2 bdrm lumished house In Sandy  Hook, view, $675 ��� utils. 8856667  alter 5 pm.  Mfcn  Irwin Mdd Trailer Court, 2 bdrm  trailer, $475/mo. das ulils. Avail.  Oct. 1.886-3331. M9cn  1 bdrm tden and l/p, ground level,  $500 incl. util. B66-O061.   M9cn  Watertront 2 bdrm. lumished collage, oil and wood heal, adulls  only, N/P, cable included, avail.  Oct. 3, $600/mo. 886-0645 or 438*  3943. M8w  Spacious 3 bdrm. townhouse, two  F/B, lecroom, view, 4 appis, Od.  1.$850/mo.8B6*3464.      MBw  Stchtlt 1 bdrm. suite, brand new,  very private, W/D, single proles-  sional,$550.Cdl865*7161.M8w  Hopkins Ldg. waiertront house.  Easy walk 10 ferry, 3 bdtm. (or 2 ���  den), 2 baths, N/S, N/P, rets. 886-  8919or1-274*8056. M7w  Spacious 1 bdrm. suite, Davis Bay  area, N/P, N/S, W/D, cade, utils  ind, $600/mo. 885*8895,   MBw  3 bdim. view home, 3 appl,  Granthams, $750/mo, 685*2473.  M8w  Sandy Hook, small 2 bdrm. Sept.  15, $550/mo.885*7719.     M7w  New dduxe 1 bdrm. above giound  basement suite, Bay area, no pels,  avail. Od. 15, $500.8866103.  M8w  Luxury upper floor, 3 bdrm, near  maiina, no pels, avail. Od. 1,2/3  utils, $85Q/mo. 886*9406.  MBw  3 bdtm. house, 2 battis, F/S, W/D,  lower Gibsons, avail. Ocl. 1,  $800/mo. 879-1060.        M8w  Gibsons large bright 2*3 bdrm.  mobile home on private acre, 4  appis, 5 mln. to Cedar Grove  School. $650/mo. + utils or  $8257mo. incl. heal . lighl. Long  term lease preferred. Gary 886-  3359 or 1-739-7670.        MBw  3 bdrm. view home, 3 appl.,  Granthams, $750/mo��� N/S. 886-  2471 M8w  New luxurious 2 bdrm. townhouse,  3 baths, 4 appl, garage, F/P, N/P,  avail. Sept. 15. $775.1-942*1219  eves. MBw  Large 2 bdrm. suite, 5675 Whart,  Sechdt. Quid N/S, refs, $620/mo.  + hydro. Avdl. immed. 8860113.  MBw  New 1 bdrm. bachelor suile, privale entrance, balcony, fantastic  view, walk to terry, full cable a  utils. ind. $575fmo. 686*7394.  ���38w  Gambler Island ��� 2 bdrm. waterlront cottage, avail. Oct.-May,  $550/mo. ��� utils. 9886099 or 461*  6666 MBw  5 bdrm. house, W. Sechell,  $950/mo, avail. Oct. 1.6854535.  M8w  Watertront suite Selma Park, 2  bdrm, $700/mo, avail. Oct. 1.  9260991. M8w  Robens Creek new 3 bdrm. house,  very spacious, 5 appl, close to  lishing, gott 6 terry, N/S, N/P, asking $1 iOO/mo. 8856128.   M8w  2 bdrm house, Fircrest, $750/mo.  886*7261. M6cn  2 bdtm basement suite, n/s, n/p,  available Od. 1,W. Sechelt, $550  Incl utilities. 8854100 or 1*275*  0282. M6cn  Convenient location - across  from Trail Bay Mdl. 3 bdrm house,  w/d, nice yard, parking in back,  $850.885-7161 alter 5 pm. M6cn  Watertront 1 bdrm cabin, Lee Bay.  Fridge, slove, electric heat, laundry, n/s, avail, now. $400/mo ���  damage deposit. B63*9446.l36cn  New 2 level townhouse, Ebbtide  St., Sechelt, avail. Sepl. 15, 2  bdrm, 2 1/2 balhs, FP, single  garage, n/s, n/p. $800/mo. 885-  4421. M8cn  New executive home In Sechell, 3  bdtm t bonus room, 2-car garage,  21/2 balhs, 5apd,g"Sl'Pin'P'  rets. req. Appointment only. Avdl.  Oct. i.$l30ttmo.885*9039.M7cn  3 bdrm. rancher, Gibsons, 2 yrs.  old, 4 appis, close to school and  mdl, $800. Avail. Od. 1.524*9422.  ���38*  Hopkins waiertront, 2 bdrm. cottage unlumiihed w/apd, dose to  terry, prel. 1 yr. lease, rets.,  $60Q/mo. 885*1910.        ��38*  ROBERTS CHEEK  2 bdrm home, very clean and carpeted throughout, 5 apd, ���*: "m<  l/p, 11/2 baths, gaiage dus workshop and carport. N/P. N/S. Rets  req. $800/mo long term, avail,  immed. 8850554 or 14356169.  M7cn  Upper Gibsons, 1 bdrm. suite avail.  Ocl. 2, N/S, $500/mo. ulils. Incl.  686-3107. M9w  Clean brighl 2 bdrm suite, view, a|J<on5. dm -, Mm, ^ ���__  private entrance and deck, walk to ^ ,vai| lmmK)^ F;S| m ������,.  lerry, n/s, n/p, refs. req. 666*7490. ,je p,,-,,^ c|08e *��� ������ mm   **", Wet. 596*1669. Mtw  AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. tor  cars and trucks. Complete  rebuilds with new parts. 6 Yr/  120,000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down ��� Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. < 8 p.m. 7  Days. 872-0641.   CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Guaranteed Rebuilds.  6 Cyl from $995. ��� V8 from  $1,095.6 yr.l 20,000 Km limited warranty. 580-1050 or 1-  800-665-3570, 12345-114  Ave, Surrey, BCAA Approved,  F-250,4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up to $1500. cash  rebate. '0' down O.A.C. Payments from $189/month.  Phone Grant collect 538-  9778. Dealer #8367.  BUILDINO SUPPLIES  DOORSIWINDOWSI Intenor  and exterior wood, metal and  French Doors, wood windows, skylights. MOREI Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266*1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  WANTED: Partners lor land  on LasquetJ Island B.C. Potable water, South Slope, beautiful views from commonage.  Some view lots. With or without buildings. All Inquiries  (confidential): Box 183,  brtnaton, B.C. VOR IVO-  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  PROFIT WITH THE LAND  DEVELOPERSI 900 people  per week are crowding Into  ihe last remaining tpace In  the Lower Mainland of B.C.  The Greeler Vancouver Regional District tayt that 'At  expected ratal ol development, the land eurrandy iden  tified lor dngle fsmily housing  be bum to_ capacity by  will I  about 2006". Find out how  you can profit trom this land  squeeze. Call tor Iras brochure (604)640-7787 or 1-  800-668-3665.    COMING EVENTS  POETRYCONTE8T$12,000  In prizes. Pottlble publication. Send one original poem  20 lines or lest to: National  Library ot Poetry, Box 704-  ND,Owlnga Mitt, Md 21117.  1ST ANNUAL AUTUMN  Llama and Donkey tale: 25  Uamai,8mlnlatureDonkeyt,  Thursday, Sepl 18/S3,7 pjn.  Fraser Valley Auctions, 21801  - 56th Ave, Langley, B.C.  Phone:534-3241.  EDUCATION  Train lo be an Apartment/  Condominium Manager. Free  job placement eulttance.  Government Ucemed corrs-  tpondence courae. 2,200  graduates working. For FREE  brochure: R.M.T.1.681-5456  or 1*600*665*8339.  EDUCATION  WESTERN CANADIAN  SCHOOL ol Auctioneering.  Next courts Nov. 15 ��� Nov.  27,1993. Fortlraa brochure  caH (403)260-1261 or write to  #5, 2002 McKnlght Blvd.,  N,E,. Caloarv T2E 6L2.  FOR SALE MISC.  EMRWYMWT  _J_____l_VS3*-  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  REQUIRED Immediately lor  the British Columbia and Yukon Community Nswipaptra  Attoclatlon. Community  newspaper experience e prerequisite. Office management, organizational, marketing and flnandal tkJIlt a necessity. Salaly negotiable,  -Upending upon capabilities.  Reply by resume to:  B.C.Y.C.N.A, 230*1380  Burrard SI, Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z 2B7.  FMAMCE  Government Granti 6 Loans  Billions of dollart are made  available to new and existing  B.C. buslnettet. The Brad  Book can enow you how to  get your share. Call nowl  (604)756-2721,   fe______U_9__  ANZA handmade hunting,  ��thaYtg,trafjpingkiiivsaolhl*  quality carbon tool ateal.  Quality hendet snd theaths.  HoWsedge. Writs RUMS.  602 Lakethore Dr, Thunder  BavP7B6E4.      Outdoor enthusiasts understand the weather. Take the  mystery oul ot it. Learn bade  concepts and principles and  apply Ihem to simple tore-  casting. Basic Weather package $12.95. KGV Industries,  Box48B,Prinoeton,B.C.VOX  IWO.  HARVEST SPECIAL on all  ileal buildings: Quontett and  straight wallquonsets. Many  sizes to choose from. For  quality, eervice and Integrity  aa.lFutur.1600-666-5111.  NORITAKE CHINA SALE.  Our lowest prices lor 19931  Major price Increase coming  In 19941 Ordesnowl (Recent  patterns only). For price lilt  on your Noritake pattern call  Alexander1! 1600-263-5896.  (CUP a Save).  KITCHEN CABINET?  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  ttock, countertopt/vanitlet  alto. Kitchen Craft Factory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Warehouses, 4276  Lougheed, Burnaby 298-  9277. 1B66 Spall Rd.,  Kalowna 860-6636. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114.   MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory Direct. 'Custom Buiir. Priced Irom $41.  sq.lt Top dollar tor trades  Many used units available.  Noble Homet(403)447*3414,  MOBILE HOMES  SAVE BIG $$$ on 12'XI4'  double-wide used mobiles.  Great selection 8 large Inventory ready lor quick delivery. Call Island Valley Hornet  today. 447-9217, Christian  lake. OLD9673.   ...PEB-ttNAL  WOULD YOU UKE to correspond with unattached Chris-  dan people across Canada  lor companionship or marriage? S.A.S.E. Free Information. Stale Age. Ashgrove,  P.O. Box 205, Chase, B.C.  VOE1MO.   REALESTATE  GOT A CAMPGROUND  membership or timeshare?  We'll take itl America's larg*  ettrasaleciearinghoute. Call  Resort Sales International 1*  ^���4^3-8967 (24 hourt).  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle injury claims Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Call  Iree: 1*600-665*1136. Contingency lees available.  Simon, Wener i Adler.  TRAVEL   ���*A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER'" Weekend! & Holidays stay with "Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals". Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi I Sauna. ONE  NIOHT FREE 1-600-667-  5529* -  2 bdrm lower level d house, newly  pointed, Vp, great view, w/d, quid  neighbourhood. Avail. Od. 1, refs.  req. $575. Steve 255*9924. M8cn  2 bdim upper level d house, newly  painted, hardwood Hoots, t/p, deck  w/outstanding view, w/d, quiel  neighbourhood. Avail. Sepl. 15 or  Od. 1. Refs req. $725/mo. Steve  255-9924. Mfcn  Lower Gibsons, view, small 2 bdim  house, separate workshop, 3  minute walk to beach and downtown, semi-furnished or unfur*  nished. $600.1*688*1405. M7cn  Wateriront, lower Gibsons, 2 bdim  apl, $675/mo; 1 bdrm apl,  $460*110.525*1589.        MBcn  Beautilul Roberts Creek watertront,  latge two bdrm home, $800.885-  7665 Mtol  3 bdrm house with 4 appl,  $450/010. Maddra Park. 883*1132.  ���3801  Large bachelor suite, privale  entrance, t/p, marvelous view,  adult oriented, laundiy facilities  ind. Avail. Od.1.886*0990.M8cn  Lower Gibsons, view house to  share with you and your spouse,  friend, or child. Owner absent  much of the time. 3 bdrm 6 den,  w/d. 886*7266. Mtol  One and Iwo bdrms available In  Davis Bay home. Ideal for student  or single parert 885*7233. M7cn  Granlhams Landing beach cadn,  furnished accommodation for two  persons only. Short term per day  or weak. 886*9236. M7w  Gibsons ocean view 3 bdrm. main  floor home, F/P, sundeck, N/S,  $700/010.6864773. M7w  1 bdrm. basemenl suite in family  home avail. Oct. 2, ground levd  separate entry. Lower Gibsons,  laundry hookup, utils. incl. refs.  req, N/S, N/D, $525.688-7696.  M7w  One bdtm apt, Gibsons. Lovely  view from big bay window over*  lokking marina. Brighl I sunny,  new kitchen, bathroom, laundiy.  Quiel secure building. $650/mo.  The Wedpat 866*3420.   M7cn  Shared accommodation, Roberts  Creek, watertront, acreage. $250 /  mo. 866*7774. M7cn  Small trailet, suitable 1 adull,  Cedars Trailer Court. 8856313.  M7cn  Avail. immed, modem 3 bdrm.  duplex, 21/2 baths, 6 apd*, good  Gibsons location near shopping,  schods. N/P, rets, req, $800/mo.  885*9540, M7w  2 bdtm. tidier, W/D, Cedars Traler  Court. 8856313. M7w  Waterfront Pender Harboui, 3  bdrm. house, laundiy, oil/wood,  N/S, aval. Oct. 1, $650/mo. 883-  9446. M7w  Upper Gibsons 2 bdrm. house,  ocean view, N/S, N/P, $7207mo. +  utils, ids, req, 8860318,   M9w  $800/mo. avail. Ocl. 1, neat 2  bdrm. house at 390 Skyline, Gibsons Muff. 877*1770 or 325*5533  Irene, or 8664661 weekends.  M9w  In need ol affordable housing?  Please llll out applications at  Sechelt Town Hall or Gibsons  Town Hdl. For further information  please call 685*7880.      M7cn  2 bdrm. house, Roberts Creek,  $80O/mo. 885*3648.        M7w  Newly decorated mobile home on  view lot in Selma Vista Park. 2  large bdrms, utility room with W/D,  deck, no pets, S545/mo. lease  avail. 6850698. M7w  Gibsons, 820 Mounlalnview. 3  bdrm, 3 appl, 1 yr. old duplex,  $750/mo. 6B6-9854.       M7cn  Fully furnished studio suite wilh  kitchenette, TV, linen seivice and  guest laundromat. Localed across  from Gibsons Yacht Club . Marina. 886-33M, tin  Immac. 2 bdrm. townhouse, view,  Sechell, avail. Sept. l,$800/mo.  2 bdtm. in 4-plex, close lo all  araen��es,$500/mo.  2 bdrm. condo with basement,  view, Gibsons, $��675/mo.  NRS Sechelt Property  Mtntgtment 885-9093  tin  i  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500.886*7018. Wi  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio -  skylight. Utilities nd Ind. $550rmth.  866*7018. *  Gibions ��� recently decorated  home w/viewd marine, 2 bdims,  avdl. Od. 1, $900/mo. plus utils.  8660512 aft. 5pm. MBw  3 bdtm. lumished waterlront,  Roberts Creek, lease to June  30794, $1200.  Small 3 bdm. furnished watertront  cadn, Haltmoon Bay, $500.  2 bdrm. furnished panabode,  Tuwanek,$500.  2 bdrm. side duplex, Glbtont,  $750.  2 bdrm. _ den mobile on large lot,  Robeits Creek, $500.  2 bdrm. ground tloor waterlront  suite, Haltmoon Bay, $600.  SutMi Realty Property Manage*  nam, Dew Austin 865*3295.  Oof a  Horft  Cod our  editorial ,  deportment"  In Gibions  ol 886-2622  or in Sechell  ol 885*3930  Time for a Change!  Our new classified ad  deadline is  Thursdays at 5 p.m.  Ads received after the 5 p.m. deadline on  Thursdays but before Noon on  Fridays will appear in die  "Too Late to Classify"  category until the  following issue.  ������������*���������-���-*.  "���.'���YT-^'. ^l "5 ff*f,ff'''-���*'��?* ***? -*���*������ :'i--;-.-��� rv1,***',**? ���*��� Coast News, September 13, 1993       19  34. Help Wanted  Roberts Creek low bank Waterlront Gardener, experienced, with retei-  property, two bedrooms, $1,100 ences, guaranteed monthly mini-  pet monlh. mum, no lawn work. 865*5473  eves. M9w  35   Business 8,  Home Services  35   Business &  Home Servic  Two bedroom townhouse, central  Gibsons, adult oriented Comdex,  greet view, $800 per month.  Babysitter to work 3 mornings per  week, 9:30-10:30 at Fitness Centre. Hourly wage la Iree member*  Sdma Park - two bedroom waler ship. 8864606. tin  view house, $650 per month.        ���������~ ; ~  Supoiement your income - work as  little or as much as you want ��� lots  of benefits. 6850472.      M9cn  Two bedrooms, plus guesl suite -  a home in a ptivate setting ���  across street trom beach, $1250.  Specious three bedroom executive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sed-1. $1,250.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom side-by-side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  Three bedioom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot water,  $825.  One bedroom apartment, central -  rem indudes heat and hot water,  $525.  COMMERCIAL  1600 tq. It. warehouse and otlice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  KEiirs  ��� Septic t*��ik PM***  ���l-t-rta-Hc toilets fcr  outdoor events or  a Best nks on the  akiiona  eel BO SKI  Buty salon looking lor qualilied      hairdresser. 866*2121, ask for Drywall l taping. Quality work-  Janice, tfn   manshlp, fair prices. For fait, tree  estimates, call Don 8850557, ids.  avdl. M9w  New China Kitchen is now hiring  waiters/waitresses. Please apdy in  person with resume. tin  Gen. labourer ��� house building  required. Mud diive, wiling experience a plus. 6654288.      M7w  Love to bake? Aii Babas Cite  reads part lime help. Apply in person Gibsons Park Plaza.   M7w  CLAIREMONT CONSTRUCTION  Framing, Drywall, Finishing  ���*" 20 yrs. experience "  Reliable, Etlicient, John Williams.  8850144. M9w  Need an excellent housecleaner?  Give me a call. I still have tome  openings. Good relerences.  Public perton, 15*30 hrs. per $1250 m h seniors, $10. 866-  week, willing lo leam sales, torms, 4gg5 i37���  stock handling. $7/hr. to dart. Box  99, Granlhams Landing, VON 1X0,  Hn  30x22 healed workshop, 10 It. cdl*  ing, central Sechelt. 8854804.  M7w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The SloryTelling Festival needs  volunteers with basic Ural dd training to assist them Oct. 1*3; the  Salvation Army needs a driver lot  lurniture pickup, truck and gas provided; a woodworking instructor Is  needed to share skills with a  seniors group in Davis Bay, Thura.  1-2:30pm; Parent-Tot Drop-In  needs help at Its morning sessions  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  ^���T'.n-'Custom Framing  ���Stairs   ^~���Jj(l(  ��� Wood Siding^-,'J  883-9775  OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT  Tw offices it Rockwood Centre at 885*5881.  available October 1st to non-prom  gioupt wanting private, quiet  space in a friendly, co-operative  ambiance. $200 and $230 indudes  heat and light. Phone 685*2522*  m ___ PAINTING PROFESSIONAL  in SecM a Sbsa��>oi these �� __t^__.^!S___^'  and more opportune contad the Commercid. 866*2469 alter ^  Vdunteer and Information Centre    ____  ���   House Cleaning  2 mature 6 reliable housedeaners  Janice 886*6X2 - Helen 886-9676  HBw  MBw  Robeits Creek Hall, avail, dances,  outlet, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. tm  30X50 WORKSHOP  Close to Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  that may be rented In hall or fdl.  Use for storage, small business,  or? 885*4490. On  For Renl ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, seivice com*  meroal, up to 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Alto 750 sq It  bay 12' door, mill exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 886*9075  eves. tfn  Gibsons Lending  Pretettlon.il BMa.  721 WhnFtd,ObeorM,B.C  Furn. otlice and eontoronct  room with oceanview lor rent  on ��� daily buie. locatad near  marina and pott otlice. Full  secretarial and admin.  tarvk.ee available. For Info  eell Bev et U*-��iO or  Lenaa ar ����'-NM (���**���'.  mMm_-Cj-  /ONTHE/  LHOaJT  A health home agency  NOW accepting  applications for employment.  POSITIONS AVA1UB1.E  ���Registered Nurses  ��� L.P.N.'s��LT.C. Aides  ��� Homemakeis ��� Handyman  ���Gardeners ���Janitorial  Full and part-time work  will be available in early  fall.  PLEASE CALL  886-3188 or  Fax 886*3270  "Help on the way is a  private agency offering a  complete family support  service".  UX-JUlYOWNH-aoraWF1)  UNIMIHOT,  Administrator  BOOTH DECORATMG  First Class Dseorstors  * Interior & Exterior Painting  Paper Hanging  "*"   Textures  ���Wood GrMng  ewaaog  General labourers, root repdr, window washing, yard care, rubbish  removal. Seniors 10% discount,  free estimales. Call Grant or Mike  HBcn  DOWN TO  EARTH  Ganging Service*  We specialize In  working with people.  Kathryn Musaells  885-3458  evenings. Call Dave al 886*9984  attertjpm. tm  Part time bakery hdper needed.  -~.   -_- a~a ��� -a. m^oni, cake decorating, experi*  OMmtm.^tmiartim ence needed. Duties will include  resale at HMde Family Restau* -jonut |-yir-j padiadng, i-ustomer  Audiotape transcription. Word pro-  Roberts Creek Legion requites cessing. 885*9419. M7w  door person for most Fri. ( Sal.  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaranteed woik. Call  Richard. 886*0962. M8cn  ranl 2 ��� 4 pm ddly. Some line dn*  mg experience prelerred. Seaview  Place, Gibsons 686*2993. M9cn  Experienced legal secretary lor  Eattwood a Co. Fot into or  tppok-tmem, call 885*5831.139w  L'Esprtt Daycare requires an ECE  assistant or ECE trainee available  lor part-time wok possibly leading  to ��� full-time position. To suit  immedatdy. 886*7739.     M7w  service and cake decorating. Apply  in petson al SuperValu bakery,  Thun. la Fri., Aug. 5 16,9am-  1pm. tin  Assemble light products at hone.  Excd. income, easy woik. Cal for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  exl.A74. 6n  QUALITY WOODWORK  For prompt, quality work al an  affordable price, call Art Glee*  brecht 885-3372. ��42cn  ..     _-. .--.      V\-   fl la-*-* .       I. OIJIW H��IIIl%-��KJIII��| TIIIHajtlltll^  Driver required by Province Newspaper lor local delivery. RdiaWe  vehicle necetsaiy. 8863224.  I39cn  $5000/mo potential right in your  community wilh corporate supdied  leads to our natkmd clients. Also  seeking service personnel. Call  Psmy It 532*0099. Interviews this  week. tm  Irvines Landing marina . pub,  experienced waitresses. Contad  Wayne 863*1145. ttn  Ucemed realtor or mortgage broker required lor local brokerage  portion. Pragma**) and expanding company. Commission only.  Great income potential. Contad  Ml Floe Wong. 1-80O-265-68M.  tatai  Relief staff fot daycare. E.C.E.  Wiring pa-alerted. 666-7646.��38ai  Required stall F/T for pm shift,  with experience and/or tnining  woiking with mentilty challenged  adults, valid DL and Fittt Aid  needed. Phone Sharole 696*3217.  MBcn  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  You name Ul  All projects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  tOK 15 YEARS  HOMEOWNER*  HELPLINE  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2976    fn  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  - Ptudng ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 6 Residential  886*0180 lv. mess  Locks and home security, free  consultation and estimate, call  Surlock Homes Security 865-  3557. MBw  All types of constiuction, renovations, quality workmanship, fair  prices. For lad, tree esimate, call  Don 885*3557, rets, avail.  M9w  ^sn  From Bookkeeping  to Custom Programming  Set-up ��� Training  ��� Consulting  ��� ixcelent References  ��� Great Rates  Nancy 885-8848 ftmrnn*  lenevatieni*$undecks  CarporU'laiemenl.  A mere  Guaranleed prices  A workmanship  JOI SS6-91S7  Experienced motivated hair stylist Housecteening ��� seniors dscount.  required tor I vety busy talon In 885*7845. M9w  Gdden.BC. Guiranteed wigei. ���~  Contra Fayed 604-344*6413.  M7w  The Sunshine Coast Recreation  ComnMon Is leeHng 14 community members to torni an aVJvlsory  Committee to work with the com*  million concerning leisure tar*  vicee on Be Surshine Coad. The  -���ppointments wl be lor t one yeer  tatm.Plesietubmitlewdmtenl  outli-ing related experience to the  Sunsdne Coad Recreation Commission, Box 600, Sechelt, BC  V0N3A0byOd 8193.     M9w  -m VERSATILE  UW^JWCTORCo  * Excavator  ��� Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  * Motorized screen  for topsoil  ��� Tractor wilh Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  -lohn Harrison  8136-4859  MmryPoi  Cbimnty  wmw  Ropoiri m InitallOnOni  |40 pm CMro CNmnty  37   Child Care  Ptesponsible motherof 1 looking to  cate for up to 2 children in my  home, Mon-Fri. (days). Sale, tun  playroom avail, along with snacks  and nutritious lunches. Rets. avdl.  Brenda 885*6483. MBw  MOay MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos ��� schod age.  Fun-Mled caring environment, with  trained stall. 886*3913.     M7w  Spaces still avail, lor Nine-Three-  Seven Alter Schod Child Care al  St. Bart's church hall, North Rd. 6  Hwy. 101, 3*6:30pm 886*2064 or  886*7118. tm  38   Business  Opportunities  PRICED TO SELL  Established business downlown  Sechelt, immediate profit return.  Call Lynda 885*5166.       MBw  Want to be financially Independent? And conlrd yxr life m a naturally healthy way? This MLM pro*  videt unlimited income potential.  Call 663*9653 lor more inlormation. M9w  HANDYMAN SERVKE8  Reliable iprompt. Broad ranged  experience. No job too small.  Seniors rites. Lv. message.  Micted 685*5495. MBcn  Mm avail, plumbing, carpenter.  Pager 1979*1526; telephone 886-  8292. MBw  Rubbith Removal yard deanup,  light moves, odd jobs, quick friendly service. 885-9694, 328-1B11  cdL ��41w  Need your house cleaned? Reliable woman available. Good rets.  886-B314.      13701  Female health care worker will  provide dally, overnight or live-in  care for elderly or disabled. 13 yrs.  geriatric experience. Phone 886-  4688   Avail, for small drywall and taping  |obs, exp'd. Cdl Alan 885-70B0.  M7w  For hits non union caipenter, carpenter's hdper and labourer. 886*  0735. M7w  Light hauling, yard a basement  dean up, seniors discount. Norni  886*9503. M7cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER .  15 years experience, lirm rates,  free eslimales, no job too snail or  too large. Bruce 885*9576     th  Light gardening done, weeding a  specialty. Garbage removal. Edna  MBw  CARPENTER  40 years experience, dl jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 686*9257  MBw  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8853917. tfns  Retired and bored? You can  enhance your health and earn  extra income. 885*0472.    H7w  I am a 49-year-old executive and  prolessional engineer with 27  years d sound managerial experience. I enjoy working wilh a teem  and have extensive experience in  the design, construction and operations management d major projects. I am well accustomed lo  dealing wilh all levds ol govern*  ment and have recently completec)  the permitting process lor a residential development in the Lowet  Mainland.  While living In West Vancouver at  present, my wife and I will become  permanent residents ol Pender  Haibour next Spring.  It is my hope lo work with and possibly invest in, an established film  with potential for growth on the  Sunshine Coast. Al this stage I do  not wish to limit my choice ol  future endeavours to any particular  line of business. Instead, l look forward to considering all possibilities, before selecting a new career.  I enjoy hard woik and a challenge  and would be available to assume  new responsldities in the Fdl ol  this year.  Should my dans and experience  be consistent with your requirements, I may be contacted by telephone (921-7267) or FAX (921-  7254) to arrange a meeting. A  detailed resume and excdlent references are available upon  request. M7w  The easiest most profitable home-  based guaranteed income opportunity. Send self-addressed envelope to Box 1 C-7 Westside PI.,  Clearbrook,BCV2T4W3.  Greal business opportunity. Local  Dial-a-Bottle business for sile.  Call 8868005 alter 5 pm tor more  info. ��37cn  Small affordable franchise. Home  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 865*2228.  ss#39w  HONOA POWER PRODUCTS  AHUSOVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest J. Gaiden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Damn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Thi Corporation  of thi District  op Sichilt  linTICEQFTAXSALE  On September 27, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. in the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt BC  VON 3A0 the following properties will be  offered for sale if the Delinquent Taxes plus  Interst are not paid.  LE9AL DESCRIPTION  A 0111  3  IS  ILL Bin  303 15223  1379 21414  1491 6386  1491 6388  3269 11948  3259 12245  4294 6999  4679 12744  4832 16513  671S 10576  LOCATION  5/69 Patobla Cra-spent  4980 Oaaar Road  Tyson Road  Tyson Road  7483 San-halt Mot Road  7590 Sac-hell Intel Road  8231 Highway 101  6851 Sea-view Road  8229 Mason Road  Naylo- Road  40. Too Late  lo Cliissify  tanounc-Mntnti  For Salt  40. Too Liilc  For Htrt  Chatelech Secondary School 2 m-^ h,,^ --^.j j-j a-***,.  "Meet the Teacher Night", Sept. vm< $10,900.8650604. #39*  15 at 7pm in the gym.     t37cn        LM "     ~~    Skis 93160 Blizzards Tyrdiadnd*  inga, Salomon boots, Harm pdes,  $350,886*7545. t39w  Nimbus kyak paddle and lite jacket  left on Sechelt beach, Sepl. 9.  865*5940 or 686*3136.      ��37w  Lg. cheap dd house trailer lor storage, condtion not Important, will  move. 885*9367. Itn  500 gal. propane gadank, $600  obo; 24 In. Hotpoint 2 dr. F.F. 1990  fridge. $500 obo; 30 in. Moffat gdd  stove, good cond., $75 obo. 885-  1912. M9w  2 bdrm. mobile home, Glbtont,  $550.66501104. t39w  Glbtont spacious 1 bdim. apl. in  2 yi. old building, ground lloor,  central location, W/D, $575/mo.  indudes heal 6 hydro, avail. Od.  1.298*5215. I39w  SHARED ACCOMMODATION -  Ided lor mill student, North Road  Gibsons, no pets, Oct. 1, $350.  886-8095. tins  Shirlo House cleaning. We dm to  meet your needs. 8B6*46l4.i37cn  Grounds mainlenance, window  cleaning, dump runs. Casual/regular bads. Rob 866-3822. Reliable  references. I37cn  I'M VOUR HANOIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solaiiums, No job too small. Bill at  886-0360 or 24 hi. pager 1-977*  6502. tm  tm  INTERIOR ANO EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wdlpaper, palm, carpentry, dialling, free estimates. Relerences able rates, flexible houis.  available. 886-3463. tins   IW-222T. t37cn  $*#  Now a lie tne to book kl yout ftraoll We tat <tu#y(*erjevri-a(la  <5fcsht-a-aH-��iTOTlJ��*4ar*idweW.^  high wananty thhglaa. A NEW FEATURE kllK.�� WIMNT  mAMFH-mE WARRANTY tai hckxWOTldxxxwai^  ThaTi tough lo bean Calua today kv  * -. a frtt 8Slaial6.  ��� behoofs  a new worn  a tCflOl ON MEMBRANE  a no-ant  4 WCB COVERED  4 LICENSED IINSUHEO  �� FBEEESmUTES  a OVEn 20 YEWS IN THE  roOflNGTODE  iKwm  k"U)MAI(CO*Wh1RLYWDATnCVENTIj  llOjeptywIicxiiecwiinatimmr.Prewna  condenaationinwinler.  v DUALBEMNOS   a UFETM OJOTWEE  �� Wfla-arMlMMUMCONSnUIION  a AUa-a-Hw/Bnr-WJicouxjn tsummw��uBONE)*s���ef*��$i  Experienced, responsible cate for  your little one(s) In my safe, comfortable home. Lott of TLC and  toys. Reft, avail. Reasonable  rales. Flexible hours. 886*2227.  13901  Person lot occasional care and  feeding of 9 year old Roberts  Creek boy while father Is woiking  off coast. Your dace or mine. Rate  neg. 686*7356,6864196 lv. message. #39cn  EXPERIENCED RELIABLE  BABYSITTER  Grade 12 sludent avail, lor after  school, evenings and weekend  daycare. Refs. available. Call  Rachael after 5 pm, 6860273.  13901  Experienced nanny required lo  provide consistent cate lor our 3  and 5 yr. dd children. Live-in or  out. Comfortable home, generous  benefits and time otl. 8850545 att.  7pm. ��39w  Teddy Beer Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces for 3*5 yr. olds and  alter schod age children. Cdl 885-  2721. #42*  MORMNGTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  Licensed facility ind Kill will provide fun, stimulating activities and  outings. Ages 18 months 6 up.  Lower Gibsons. Lisa 886*2203.  ���38w  Mother ot 2 will do childcare in  comfortable, sale environmenl.  References. Cdl Lite 888-3055.  MBcn  Caregiving babysitter, willing to  babysit child 2 yrs. or older in  Cedar Grove area, refs. avail. 886-  0900. #36w  Molher a l wing to provide childcare in Wilson Creak home. 885-  0822. #38*  Daycare close lo Hallmoon Bay  School. Full time, part time, alter  schod, any age, babies welcome.  Gaye 685*5206. ��3Bw  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Applications now bdng taken lot  spices avail, lor newly Ik-tnttd  family daycare in Sept. Large,  brighl facility will be wdl eqdppad.  with mature, well-experienced  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree staff. Open 6 am-6:30 pm to meet  Removal, Insured, Guiranteed the needs d working commuters.  Woik. Free estimates. 885*2109.    666*7646. #38cn  Exp., responsible care tor your little one(sj in my tale, comfortable  home. Lots d TLC, toys end nutritional tood. Rds. avail. Reason*  Notice Board Jg  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  AU submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine communily interest  Items will be listed Ihree weeks prior to the event.  -7-i"**"***"  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER II  S.C. Splnnm A Weevera OuM monthly  maating, 1:30 pm, Kirkland Ctntrt, Davit  Bay. Info: 885*3886.  Sunahlne Coatt Peace Oroup maating,  7:30 pm, Roberta CrMk School library.  Everyone ia welcome.  Wilton Creak-Devlt Bay-talma Park  Ratepayers A RoHdonte Ataaolatlon  matting, 7:30 pm, Davit Bay-Wilton  Creek Community Hall.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II  LHtotylet for Station WoHnati (50*)  exercieea, 9:30 am, Community Uat  Room, Chaster Rd. Firehall. AH wefeomt.  Inio: 886*9058.  THURSOAY, SEPTEMBER 11  Sumhlne Coaat Twin Club parenta'  meeting.. 8 pm at Shiran's now place In  Sechelt. Ctll 885*5602 or 885*7679 lor  directions.  Therapeutic Riding Aaaoelttlon - thla  nawly-lormad group la having an open  inlormation mooting A video plantation  lor voluntttra, riders tnd all interealed  people. 7:30 pm. Rockwood Ctntrt. Into:  886*0422.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11  TMtlwtvo Diving annual clean-up dive.  Thla year tt Porpolat Bay' govammant  wharf, surrounding marinaa and in Iront ol  tha provincial park. All voluntaara  welcome; lunch tnd Iree tir Mia supplied  Fun evening Saturday night. Pltaaa  preregiater at 885*3328.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER II  Oltnt Flea Market, 10 tm, Harmony  Hall. Tibiae $10. Ctll B86-72B4 or SM*  9221.  Qlbaona United Chureh Sunday School  rtgltliation, 11:16 tm. Into: 886*7960 or  886*3733.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20  Mlxtd Volleyball League for guya tnd  girll aged 13*18. Raglltratlon:  JtO/peraon. Regieter at an individual or t  team (10 people per team, minimum 3  glrla). Qtmea every Monday, 7 pm,  atarting Sepl. 27. Regitter it 7 pm,  Christian Lilt Aaatmbly, 730 School  Rod., Qrboont (tcroae Irom RCMP). Inio:  Len, 886-7107,886*2420.  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  ���unthlne Coaet Buelneee a  Protettlontl Women a Club dlnntr  meeiing, 6:30 pm, Pronto'a Rettiurant,  Stchtk. Speakers Mary Pinnioar. Anno  Ounctn-Fiaeer ol Edgewtlor Counaamng  Strvlca. Topic: Beyond Ida Power  Struggle - Butineu - flelafenahf-s. The  club la celebrating Ita 14th anniversary  tnd Invitee til peat mambere tnd tny  working woman intereelad In attending to  call Sienne at 885*5773.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER M  Arthritis Sod Help Oroup (Qlbaona). 10  am-noon, Kiwanis Haritago Apia., 824  Klwanla Wty. Tht Arthrltia Sell  Management courae bagina Ocl. 20. To  register lor either group, call 886*g461 or  888-8124.  Aeouetle Oumboot Folk Society lirat  concert, 7:30 pm, Roberta Crtak Hall.  Inio: 685-5512.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M  BM Vetaartlton, award-winning author ol  Tho QWwrth Iho BoWcoMr Face, will give  a tree reading tt 8 pm tt tht Sunthlnt  Cottt Arte Centre, Trail A Meduaa St.,  Saehelt. Meat the author following tht  reading. No admiaaion; sponaorad by tho  Canada Council.  Multiple Beleroelt Support Oroup  moating, 10 tm, Cottt-Oartbaldl Health  Unit, Stchtk (acroaa Irom poet olfice).  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  Log Building Petty, 10:30 am to rebuild  the heritage cabin for tht Wildlife Rehab.  Cenlre, Trout Lake Rd., Hallmoon Bay.  885-6997.  Sunahlne  Cottt  Qulltert  Guild  Raaourco Day, 9 tm, St. John'a United  Church Hall, Davla Bay.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER M  Seohelt A Dlttrlet Chamber of  Commoroo luncheon meeting. Pobbloa  Raataurant. noon. Spoaker: Pat Stuart,  chairperaon, School Dietrk-t #46. Topic:  EmphyebilHy Ski/la. Platat oaU 685-3100  torttorvo.  MISCELLANEOUS  Quay Werka Qetaxy protanti Ufitudee,  an exhibk ol phgotog-aphy featuring Zoo  MacKenlie, Mareella Solla do Ovando -  Lionel Trudel. Sepl 16* 29.  Hunter Oellea-y pntonlt landacapee and  cralta by Marilyn Rutladga. Through Stpt.  17.  Elphlnatone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., acroaa Irom Poat Olfice.  Qlbaona.   Diaplaya  trt  oonatantly  changing. Wheelchair acceaaible.For  houra of opening or to book t tour. 888-  8232.  Partnt-Tot   Drop-In   *   Bummer  Adventeroe '*): tho Parent-Tot Drop-In  In Stchtlt A Wllaon Croak ia cloaad and  will re-open tht lint week ol October.  Inio: Ktrtn Scolt, 888-8648 or  Community Servicee, 885*5881.  Child Health Chalet In Qlbaona Sept.  14, 21 A 28 with tn extra CHC Sept.  27.ln Sechelt Sept. 18, 22 A 29 with in  extra CHC Stpt. 14. In Pender Harbour  Sept. 16823.  Tuboroulln Skin Totting A Travellers  Cllnlet In Qlbtont tnd Stchtlt on  Mondayt, Stpt. 13, 20 A 27 with  Travallara Clinic only on Thuradayt, Sept.  18, 23 A 30. Travellere Clinic only In  Sechel on Wedneadaye, Sepl. 16, 22 A  29.  Sexually Tranifflatlad Dttttao Clink:  Phona lor appointment in Qlbaona 886-  5600, Soohek 885*5164.  Prenatal daeatai Nexl Early Claaa Oct.  5 In Stchtlt. Next Lata Clan Striat com*  mencee Stpt. 21, 28 A Oct. 6, Qlbtont  Heath Contra. To raglalor, call 886-5600  ��� 886*5  (Qlbaona) or S85-5164 (Socholt).  Register early - classes HI up quickly.  A Pregnant? CII the Heotth Unit  1-5600.  Hotpltal Tour phono St. Mary'a Hoepltal  ewitchboard, 885-2224.  Parent A Baby Drop-In: mm other parenta A diacuat common concerna.  Tueadayt, 1:15-3:30 pm, 404 S. Fletcher  Qlbaona and Wadneadaya, 1-3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet, Sechelt. 39  School Entry Booattr CHnkst: a booet-  ar doat ol diphtheria, tetanus tnd partus*  alt la Important for children entering  achool. Qlbaona, 886-5600. Stchtlt, 885-  5164. 39  Bruit Solt-Extm Clinic: tecond  Monday ol each month, 7-9 pm, Qibeone  Httlth Centre. Enquirlat pltttl ctll  Denise Oieen (midwife), 886*8847.    39  TUESDAYS  "Living With Ctneor" Support Qroup  mtttt tvtry othtr Tuttday, Kirkland  Centra, Davia Bay, 1 pm. Inio 685-5861  or B86-8369.  WEDNESDAY*  Soundwaves Chonn under lha direction  ol Onyalai Unrau will begin Hi fill ataaon  Sept. 15; Wed. evet 7*10 pm. Now members welcome. Info: Pam, 885-7502.   39  Notdhaartt Support Oroup, 9:30*11:30  tm through Nov. 24, Sechelt Art Centra  sludio. $6 tea. Inio: 885*2516. 39  Senior Painling Oroup (any mtdla)  bagina Stpt. 18, 1*4 pm, Senior Centra,  Stchtlt. 39  Totitmiiteri, 7:30*9:30 pm, Frank  Weal Community Youth Room, Firehall,  Cheater Rd., Qlbtont. Info: 885*3742.39  THURSDAYS  IC't Weight Loot Support Oroup  meeta afttmoont 12:3O-2:30pm, otl 886-  2602, tnd tvtnlngt 6:30-B:O0pm, otll  886*7159, at tht United Church,  Qltaalord Rd., Gibaona.  Naedleerti Support Oroup, 7:30*9:30  pm through Nov. 25, Saehelt Art Centre  atudio. $6 Im. Inio: 685*2516. 3S  Birth Control Cllnlo, Coaet-Qaribaldl  Httlth Unit, 494 S. Fltlchtr, 7*8 pm.  Confidential aarvice ��� everyone wtloomo.  No appointment needed. Into: 885-7770.  SATURDAYS  OM Orowth Tourt ot tht Caren Range  throughout September. Moot tt Wildlile  Rehab Centra, Trout Lake Rotd,  Hallmoon Bay, 11 tm to car-pool 4x4t or  truckt or to catch a ranted vtn. For mora  Inio: Fritndt ol Caren, 885-2396 (meet.).  SUNDAY*  Sunthlnt Cent Philatelic Society  RPSC Chtpttr 203 maata tat tnd 3rd  Sundty ol every month It tht Stchtlt  Public Library et 7:30 pm. Vierton wtl*  come. Inio: 865-2958. 20       Coast News, September 13, 1993  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  HOME SCHOOLING  Under the School Act, patents must register their children  with a school in their local school district, a regional  correspondence school or an Independent school.  Registration is compulsory for all home schooled children  aged seven to 16. Please contact your neighbourhood  school immediately to register your child if you have not  done so already.  news  Disabled youngsters sit tall in the saddle  TOWN OF  QIBSONS  Notice of  Public Hearing  OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN BYLAW NO. 655  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held to allow the public to  make representation to the Council of the Town of  Gibsons in respect of Official Community Plan Bylaw No.  655. The public hearing will be held as follows:  DATE:    September 29th, 1993  TIME:     7:30 p.m.  PLACE: Cedars Inn Conference Room  895 Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons, B.C.  The purpose of Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 655  is to provide a general statement of broad objectives and  policies for existing and future development within the  boundaries of the Town of Gibsons.  A copy of the above bylaw may be inspected at the  Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road in  Gibsons, British Columbia Monday through Friday,  excepting statutory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from  September 13,1993 to September 29th, 1993. All  persons who believe their interest in property to be  affected by Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 655 shall  be afforded a reasonable opportunity at the public  hearing to make submissions in respect of the bylaw.  Susan Stratis,  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  by Stuart Burnside  What do handicapped kids on  the Sunshine Coast have in common with the Lone Ranger?  Not a lot, (who indeed does  does have anything in common  with the Lone Ranger?), but  beginning this month, a few of  the area's more than SO disabled  youngsters are going to get their  first chance to straddle a trustworthy steed.  This year will be the first  semester of what could be an  ongoing therapeutic riding program for the region, conducted in  conjunction with School District  46. "It's really a wonderful  thing," says Jan Nom, co-ordinator for the project. "You should  see the way the kids respond to  the horses."  The project, dubbed Bridges  Therapeutic Riding Program, is  fully insured and affiliated with  the Canadian Therapeutic Riding  Association (CANTRA).  Norn said the most obvious  benefit for children, aside from  sheer enjoyment, is the mild  muscle stretching that occurs  from even short rides.  "It's incredibly good to get  these muscles moving ... But  horseback riding is also very  good for kids behavioural problems."  In addition, Norn says there  are possible academic benefits as  well. "It's been proven that children have a period of heightened  learning right after a ride on a  horse," she says.  The program will be open to  kids with all kinds and levels of  disability, from Down Syndrome  to blindness. It will be staged  through the riding stables of  Coast Olympic hopeful Jeanine  Ellingham and her partner Pat  Horvath, and will correspond  with the school semester. "We're  going to have 12 kids for this  first term" Norn said. "... Each  will get to ride for an hour a  week."  The children will be fully  supervised and the horses are  what Norn refers to as "bomb  proof ... they don't spook very  easily.  Not all young riders are  immediately enthralled with the  prospect of straddling a 1,200  pound mammal, however. Some  approach the whole situation  with something akin to trepidation.  "There was one young lass  who was really quite terrified  when it came time to get on the  horse," Norn said. "But by her  second ride she was all smiles  and chattering away ... it was  really something to see."  While the school district has  given approval to the concept of  therapeutic riding, no money will  be forthcoming, so parents will  be expected to pay a portion of  the riding costs ($20 per session).  For the rest, fundraising will be  necessary.  Nom said Sechelt physiotherapist Elise Rudland, who is affiliated with Community Services,  is responsible for actually getting  the program underway.  "I think this is a wonderful  benefit to the community," Rudland  says of the program. "I  looked into doing something like  it three or four years ago, but  there was no one around with the  commitment or knowledge...  (Norn) seems to have both."  To enlighten interested parents as to the background and  workings of a therapeutic riding  program, there will be a video  display at the Rockwood Centre  this Thursday at 7:30 pm. Everyone is welcome.  "We're hoping to have a good  turn out," Norn says. "There  already seems to be a lot of inter  est"  Have you heard...  We'll take  advantage of tha 3 for 1  deal on Trackless Frieze  carpet, labour eVpad  completely installed  for $19.99sq.yd.  including taxes!  Daniel's sale is continuing  on hardwood flooring.  Their regular $11.30 sq. ft.  is on sale for only $5.95 sq. ft.  And we can save even more  on in-stock cash & carry!  Did you know  Daniel's carries  Mohawk carpet with  a warranty that's twice  ��� as long as any other  I with a total protection  plan? ^  The .bathroom sale at Daniel's  is great- We can have a complete  77 sq. ft. ceramic tub  enclosure installed in our  choice of tile and grout colours  for only $359.99  including PST & GST!  And if we're  not happy for  any reason they  will replace it  free of charge.  IIH  Hours:  9 am - r  Mon. -.  oba news travels fast...hurry in!  >a..........   t t\e   a>..*.aall<-      006.1*119 J  Highway 101 Gibsons 886-7112  .".;."���:...:��� .- if��wj>,.r��ii  ���.-. r^-r~-.'-'-:r-'-  " ****** ���*_rmm*_mi ���������  j_^_^_m^

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