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 S*V\ **.*��'' V '' r r r r fA  -a-iiaraent  Buildings  Victoria,   b.c  V8V  1X5  COAST^NEWS  94.9  50 cents per copy on newsstands  H E D     19 4 5  October 4,1993 Volume 47 Issue 40  Gibsons residents speak out at OCP hearing  by Ian Cobb  It's official - many Gibsons residents  are opposed to multi-family dwellings.  About 140 residents of upper and  lower Gibsons attended a 90-minute  public hearing at the Cedars Inn Sept.  29, making the most of their final  opportunity to speak out about Gibsons  council's Official Community Plan  (OCP).  And once the hearing was over it  was apparent most of the residents in  attendance are opposed to multi-family  dwellings, like die idea of keeping Gib-  Multi-family dwellings raise local ire  sons harbour a working harbour and  many are suspicious of the idea of an  OCP.  After town planner Susan Stratis  provided a brief overview on the OCP  and mayor Eric Small assured the  crowd "the Official Community Plan is  Gibsons' Official Community Plan,"  residents were encouraged to ask ques  tions or provide lhv comments about  the OCP.  Some residents were more vocal  than others.  Property owner John Kavanagh  reminded the audience that an OCP is  already in affect and that council is only  revising the OCP.  After town planner Susan Stratis  arrived in Gibsons last November, she  deemed the original document illegal  because it exceeded the five-year mandate required through the Municipal  Act.  Kavanagh then made his point quite  clear that he was opposed to "high-density zonings" and then tossed out an  underlying issue at council, that their  terms in office are about to come to an  end with municipal elections scheduled  for November.  Benoit Le Page followed Kavanagh  to the mic and provided a history of former Gibsons resident Don Hauka.  "Our community was based and  established by visionaries - people such  as Don Hauka," he said, adding he  doesn't want to see Gibsons turned into  "another Campbell River or Parksville  just because the mayor and his high  rolling cronies wish it so."  turn to page 3  September sun  sparks fire danger  ���  by Ian Cobb  Just because summer, or that  recently departed season that  disgraced itself as summer has  officially made way for autumn,  the Sunshine Coast Forest District (SCFD) fire suppression  crews aren't kicking back for a  relaxing wet winter.  In fact, as of  September 30, four  of the SCFD's eight  fire stations are  reporting high fire  warnings and one,  on Scar Creek near  Bute Inlet, is  reporting an extreme fire risk.    The other three  stations are reporting moderate.  "We're basically getting  summer now," said SCFD  resource officer���protection  Tim Ewartr-a#MHf,-��T����'flfe  danger ratings are higher now  than they've been all year."  As of Sept. 30, the forest service has battled 25 blazes, with  14 since the start of September.  The districl average is 38 fires a  year.  "It's been a very quiet year,"  Ewart said, pointing out how  July and August are usually the  most tenuous months for dry  forest country.  And the rain is the reason for  the drop in blazes, he said. "I'm  not sure about records, but since  summer started it seemed to go  on and on."  "We're basically  getting summer  now'  ���Tim Ewart  The rain helped cap early      being issued.  springtime fears of a bad fire  season, which spanned across  every district in the province,  and kept the forest service from  dipping too deeply into their fire  suppression budgets.  "It's safe to sky we've saved  a significant amount on fire suppression," Ewart said.  In fact, the ministry of forests has  spent 40 per cent  less provincially  than last year in  fire suppression.  As of August  19, 1992, the ministry shelled out  $44,554,000 and  by Aug. 19 this  year, only  $17,628,000 had been spent.  The SCFD has spent $62,000  so far this year on fire suppression.  "��� WlfinttJv Mvits*gtf.��4't*��*~  money and the forests in mind,  the district wants the public to  "take extreme caution" in the  woods with campfires and  cigarettes. "There's no bans on  campfires or on traveling in the  woods at this point but restrictions are into play regarding logging operations," Ewart said,  explaining logging operations  will have to start earlier in the  day and after a day's work an  appointed watchman must  remain behind at the site to  watch for signs of fire.  As well, open burning permits (Class A and B) are not  Come 'n get it!  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Department (PHVFD) spruced  up Madeira Park's Community Hall and hauled out massive  quantities of roast beef with all the trimmings for the 15th  Annual Firemen's Ball. Proceeds from the dinner and dance  help fund the PHVFD's Hallowe'en fireworks each year.  Joel Johnstone photo  Sechelt grapples with West Porpoise Bay sewer dilemma  by Stuart Bumside  The chair of Sechelt's public work  committee says there is nothing seriously  wrong with the work being done on the  West Porpoise Bay sewer line.  Chair Rosina Giles says a stop work  order issued by the ministry the Ministry  of Crown Lands last week was hasty and  done before any real investigation was  carried out.  "A (West Porpoise Bay) resident  apparently phoned (Crown Lands) and  complained," Giles said, "And the ministry issued the stop work order."  Crown Lands ordered the work  stopped because the work being done  apparently involved laying a sewer pipe  along the foreshore and covering it with  dirt, which would violate the MoL permit.  According to the permit, there should  be no visible evidence of the pipe when  the work is finished.  "They have overstepped the permit,"  said Rob Russell of the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans (DOF) who has  viewed the work.  Russell said the DFO had previously  given its approval to a "slight" change in  the permit, but had learned the work had  overstepped that permission.  Russell said his department sent a letter of protest to the municipality even  before MoL stopped the project.  "We didn't even know they had  stopped it," Russell said.  The section of the new West Porpoise  Bay sewer line in question was being laid  across a tidal mud flat and it was in fact  going to be buried.  Charles Littedale of the MoL office  said he had no idea how long the stop  work order would stay in effect.  "We've been talking with the District  of Sechelt to get this resolved," Littledale  said.  Meanwhile, Sechelt is doing what it  can to deal with the situation.  There was a meeting of the environment committee last week, attended by  most of council and about 30 members of  the public in which possible solution  were discussed.  Those suggestions will be brought  before council as a whole al Wednesday's  regular meeting.  Collecting Hot Wheels rolls into big time... no more greasy kids stuff  by Jane Seyd  Somewhere in the hot dry  American midwest, there's a  cache belonging to a Sechelt  man, kept in a secret localion.  There's no plutonium involved.  But there is "exclusive torsion-bar suspension", "low friction wheel bearings" and some  of the "fastest metal cars in the  world" in shades of hot pink,  purple and metallic green.  Welcome to the strange-but-  true world of the Hot Wheels  collector.  Dave, the owner of the cars  stored over the border at the  home of another collector,  prefers that his last name not be  used: "You just don't want it to  get out that you have something  that valuable."  In fact, the U.S. cache is only  a fraction of his total collection  - which now numbers in the  thousands of Hot Wheels toy  cars - stored in five separate  locations "to guard against  whatever might happen to  them."  From "souped-up super rods"  to a model with miniature  flames and a devil painted on  the hood, Dave's obsession with  Hot Wheels began innocently  enough, when his parents  bought the toy cars for him as a  child.  He was five years old when  the first Hot Wheels came out in  1968. Before, there had been  Matchbox cars and others, but  "they were slow" to race down  the tracks set up in living rooms  and rec rooms. "Hot Wheels  came out and they were ten  times faster."  From then on he was hooked.  Except for a brief period as a  Dave, the  Coast's preeminent Hot  Wheels collector.  Joel Johnstone photo  teenager when he was more  interested in getting a real car,  Dave's been collecting them  now for 25 years.  His most recent acquisition -  the Ed Shaver AMX, named  after a British race car driver - is  "the rarest Hot Wheel": one of  only two confirmed to exist in  collections, says Dave.  Today, it sits in a blister  pack, in a state of grace on the  kitchen counter, surrounded by  other favourite models which  have been carefully unwrapped  from their protective layer of  Kleenex and collectors' cases.  Originally sold for 99 cents,  the car is now worth $2800 U.S.  to collectors.  Among other toy cars on display are the Woody Wagon, the  Whip Creamer, the Exploder.  There's a Peeping Tom, with  retractable headlights, a truck  with tiny plastic surf boards on  the back. The S'Cool'Bus bus  which flips up its outer shell to  reveal a huge racing engine:  "It's every kid's dream to be  riding to school in a bus like  that," says Dave.  In total, there are over 3000  Hot Wheels cars around out  there and "some people are trying to get one of each," he says.  For now though, he's concentrating on the rarest "and the  most beautiful perfectly-  coloured ones."  True connoisseurs look for  speed, rarity and paint condition  in their cars collected.  Collectors specimens are also  not necessarily to be confused  with a pile of toy cars thrown  together in a box at the back of  the closet.  turn to back page  MMH  riMts  k Coast News, October 4, 1993  news  Bypass, ferry traffic  conjestion bantered  by Ian Cobb  Enough of this congestion  business!  Representatives from the  Sunshine Coast Regional District, Town of Gibsons, Sechelt  Indian Band, BC Ferries and the  Ministry of Transportation and  Highways gathered at the SCRD  offices in Sechelt Sept. 30 to  discuss the Langdale-Gibsons  by-pass.  In short, coast residents and  BC Ferries want the long talked  about Gibsons by-pass and  Langdale Ferry Terminal exit  route started and solved.  "Objective one is to get the  damn thing done," said Gibsons  mayor Eric Small, when reached  to comment on the meeting,  closed to the media.  BC Ferries Langdale terminal  manager John Yates said  "everybody wants a by-pass and  everybody would like to see an  overpass but it's all dollars and  cents."  "We expressed great concerns about their not providing a  split level crossing," Small said,  refering to an idea to build an  underpass and overpass which  would alleviate congestion at the  terminal and enable traffic  departing the ferry to move out  of the terminal without interruption.  Small said ministry officials,  who were unavailable at press  time for comment on the meeting tothe Coast News, "tried to  convince us that it's too expensive to do a grade seperation.  "We just want some way so  that traffic, at least in one direction, can keep going���other than  that stop and go light. It creates  frustrations and line-ups."  Aside from the departure area  problem, Small said he wants to  see the chaotic congestion that  results in Gibsons "for 15 minutes every two hours" lessened  with the completion of the bypass road, already cleared (but  not paved) north of the ferry ter-  minal and running to Stewart  Road.  "We have a road to nowhere  out there," Small said.  Yates, more optimistic than  Small, said he expects talks will  continue and "what they (ministry) has proposed is better than  nothing."  Rotary club donates camera  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department (GVFD) captain Steve Sleep demonstrates new video camera equipment for Gibsons Rotary  Club president Steve .Sawyer (centre) and new member Dr. Grant Wood (left). The device, donated to the GVFD by Rotary, is  being used to record training procedures andto help in Are investigations. Joel Johnstone photo  Deadline set for Sechelt OCP recommendations  by Darah Hansen  A date has been set for the draft recommendations to be made to Sechelt's official  community plan (OCP).  A special meeting by Sechelt council  Thursday afternoon set a November 22  deadline for the OCP working committee  group to have ready its final recommendations.  The recommendations will be passed to  the town planning department which will  then form a first draft proposal.  The OCP working committee will meet  Monday (Oct. 4) at Rockwood Centre to discuss the recommendations.  The OCP document is receiving input  from seven community groups in Sechelt.  Representatives of the community groups  have expressed a desire (o maintain the rural  quality of their areas but further recognize a  need for social or low rent housing.  Other recommendations include establishing a 55-acre natural park in Sandy  Hook, enacting bylaws restricting clearcuts  on private lands, and opening development  options to various forms from acreage lots to  14-storey apartments.  MUST SELL  $212,000 ALL CEDAR HOUSE  5818 DEERHORN, SANDY HOOK  New house, 2,500 sq. ft.  3 levels, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms  wood stove & fireplace.  .  Open house ��� phone 885-0331  WILL CONSIDER ALL SERIOUS OFFERS  School board trustees wait on word of  Year 2000, meeting sought with Premier  For 47 years, millions of Canadians have relied on  Canada Savings Bonds to help build their dreams.  Canada Savings Bonds are fully guaranteed by the Government of Canada.  They're a safe, secure investment that never falls in value.  You can cash your Canada Savings Bonds at any time, so your money is  never locked in.  Canada Savings Bonds also offer a competitive rate of return. This year's  interest rate and purchase limit will be announced in mid-October.  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But many people within the  educational system said nobody  had bothered to consult with  them before issuing statements.  This week, school trustees  voted to request that the premier  and education minister meet  with the B.C. School Trustees  Association to clarify exactly  what bis public comments  mean.  "I think it's worrisome the  premier of the province has  waded into an educational agenda," said trustee Shawn Cardinal.  Pat Stuart, chair of the school  board, said an announcement on  the future of the Year 2000 is  expected within the next week  from government  But to date, "We have not  'School boards have  not received any  information'  ���Pat Stuart  heard any official word," she  said. "School boards have not  received any information."  Meanwhile, "I believe the  board's very supportive of continuing with the Year 2000."  While most trustees echoed  concerns about the premier's  comments, Carol Adams cautioned the board against any  "knee-jerk reactions" to media-  reported criticisms and stressed  the importance of supporting  the Year 2000 direction "as  opposed to criticizing the premier for something he has said."  Adams added the board  should emphasize support for  "the process of consultation, as  opposed to unilateral action."  Build Youi  Dreams With  CANADA SAVINGS BONDS  BUY YOURS I ROM OCT. 18 TO NOV. 1  CanadS  Complete details art available wherever Canada Savings Bonds are sold.  & ���    cs  AH Babe's C*l��  Pappa Joe's Pizza  Andy's Restaurant  New China Kilchen  Pronto'* Restaurant  A101 Supply Ud.  Solution*  Ken'* Home Furnishings  ComtalTlre*  The Lancing  Clothing Co.  Wakefield mn  Frontrunners  & Trail Bay Sports  GWgansPub  Sunshine G.M.  The Lighthouse Pub  Workwear World  Gibsons Building  Supplie* Sechelt  Sunshine Coatt  Building Supplies  Gibsons Fasteners Ltd.  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Le Page was followed to the  podium by Twin Oaks Development Corp. president Hans Ounpuu, who questioned the authority of an OCP because it does  the designing of development,  not architects or developers.  For an example he pointed at  the OCP calling for "no flat  roofs," and complained that it  and other restrictions could  deter potential developers.  He also besmirched the OCP  for calling for the continuance  of "semi-wild landscaping.  "Man, I drive around Gibsons and see a lot of semi-wild  landscaping," he exclaimed,  receiving a hearty cheer.  'It's a waterfront  town and we  want to keep it  that way'  -Dave Coles  Stratis informed the crowd  that semi-wild landscaping was  removed from the revised OCP,  echoing her earlier comment  that "the official plan is not a  zoning by-law" and all it is  attempting to do is indicate "an  intent" for future planning on  properties in the Gibsons area.  The OCP, she said, isn't a  document "written        in stone."  The issue of  keeping Gibsons a  waterfront town,  complete with a  working harbour  was also a key  point raised during  the hearing.  "It's a water-  . .. i front town and we  want to keep it that  way," declared Dave Coles,  adding many of the people  opposed to a working harbour  aren't full-time residents.  "I thought the village was  supposed to be for people who  live here all the time."  Lilian Kunstler cpncured  with Coles, exclaiming, "We  have something here and this we  have to preserve. We must  retain the marine atmosphere.  We should be working together  to provide services. We need the  diversity and we're not working  to do this."  She added that the lower  town has "an atmosphere and  we have to retain it."  Another issue that inspired a  Town of Gibsons planner Susan Stratis responds to a zoning  query at Wednesday night* Official Community Plan public  hearing. Joel Johnstone photo  couple of visits to the mic was  the seawalk outlined in the  OCP.  Following the meeting, Bill  Bailey, who was concerned  about multi-family dwellings as  well as the size of the seawalk,  said, "Well, I think we got our  point across."  Mayor Small said he expected more people to take part in  the meeting.  "I thought there might have  been a larger crowd and I  thought more than IS people  would speak," he said, adding  the small number of people  expressing concerns "seems to  imply" the majority of citizens  are "happy with what we are  doing."  However, he was quick to  point out that the "IS who spoke  were heard."  The next step in the OCP  process is a review of the minutes of the hearing at the Oct. S  Gibsons council meeting.  Small said he expects council  to give the OCP further readings  by mid-month and should give a  final reading in November.  Wilson down, but vows it's not for count  by Jane Seyd  He lost the leadership of his  party, but local MLA Gordon  Wilson says he has no plans to  back down from political life in  the future.  Two weeks after the Liberal  leadership convention, Wilson  says he plans to concentrate on  constituency matters for now,  working on issues from the  Woodcreek Park sewage mess  to the Gibsons highway bypass.  He says he has no intentions  of resigning his seat in the legislature.  Local "town hall" meetings  with constituents are planned  for after the federal election.  Wilson now sits as an "independent Liberal" in the legislature - a member of the Liberal  party but not a member of the  provincial Liberal caucus. Wil  son and Okanagan MLA Judi  Tyabji immediately resigned  from the caucus following Vancouver Mayor Gordon Camp-.  bell's win of the leadership  Sept. 11.  So far the move has been met  calmly by local Liberals.  At a recent Liberal constituency association meeting in  Powell River, "they didn't seem  to have any problem with it,"  says Pauline Galinski, president  of the party riding association,  There may be more concern  if Wilson decides to quit the  party, says Galinski - something  he hinted at as an option prior to  the leadership convention.  But for now, Wilson says  he's still assessing the provincial party situation and isn't  about to make plans.  Since the convention, Wilson  Gordon Wilson  says he's had discussions with  caucus members-He's also tried  to present complaints about  what he terms the "flawed pro-  Trail Bay park society kicks off news letter  The Trail Bay Protection  Society (TBPS) is stepping up  efforts to heighten public awareness surrounding Trail Bay by  publishing a monthly newsletter.  The society released its first  newsletter last week touting its  achievements to date, achievements like accruing a membership of 120 souls and garnering  council support for the battle to  preserve Trail Bay.  The news letter will keep all  society members and the media  updated regarding the efforts of  the TBPS the will also include  information on new strategies for  the preservation of the 3 acre  Trail Bay Property the TBPS  hopes to preserve as a park.  The letter claims 940 signatures were gathered from a previous petition, but Sechelt municipal clerk Michael Vaughan disputes the number saying less  than 200 of the signatures were  applicable under the Municipal  a\CL  The TBPS was formed last  year in response to a proposed 96  unit condominium development  along Sechelt's Trail Bay shoreline. The development fell  through of its own accord, but  the society feels eventually a  development will succeed, so  they are seeking ways to purchase the estimated $2 million  waterfront property.  cess" of the recent leadership  race to the party executive, but  has since decided not to pursue  the matter.  With Grace McCarthy, the  former Socred cabinet minister,  back on the provincial scene,  Wilson continues to predict the  formation of a right-wing coalition, adding, "The Liberals will  be right in the thick of it."  .Meanwhile, last Wednesday  Wilson met with National party  leader Mel Hurtig to discuss  political strategy in regard to  getting on televised leadership  debates - a move widely credited with pushing Wilson to the  forefront in 1991.  "We had a good discussion  about the federal scene," said  Wilson. "...I'm certainly sympathetic to what (the Nationals)  are attempting to accomplish."  Brighten  Someone's Day...  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Take notice, that BC TEL, Burnaby, B.C.,  telecommunications provider, intends to mate an  application to the Ministry of Environment, Lands and  Parks, Regional Office, Vancouver, B.C., for a license  of Crown Land at Gunboat Bay, Sechelt, B.C.:  Commencing at a point on the Northeast end of  Gunboat Bay Road within DL1024 thence crossing the  bed of Gunboat Bay at a bearing of 59�� true for 478.71 m  to land at a point on the south end of the public laneway  for Oyster Bay Road within DL4284 as follows:  The purpose for which the disposition  is required is for a right-of-way cable crossing.  Comments concerning this application  may be made to:  R. Webber  #401 - 4603 Kingsway  Burnaby, B.C.  V5H 4M4  (File No. 2405891)  _j���me  ttmt_^_^___^  -*-*������"-���*���-��  _^_^ Coast News, October 4, 1993  opinion  Life in Sechelt...  copping out on  the cops  A 28-year-old Sechelt woman is brutally murdered in  Vancouver.  A 29-year-old Gibsons man dies in a late night fight.  A 29 year-old woman is murdered by her estranged husband who then tries to take his own life.  The remains of an 82-year-old man are found in the  woods outside of Sechelt... foul play is suspected.  A 29-year-old woman is sexually assaulted walking  home in Sechelt.  These are just a few of the more violent acts occuring on  the Coast or to its people in the last year or so. They stand  as testimony to the argument that changes are afoot, that  the violence of Sunshine Coast crime is escalating in a savage partnership with frequency.  And while all this is going on, Sechelt is looking to place  its new RCMP building way to hell and gone up Field  Road in Wilson Creek. Talk about asinine.  The RCMP are demanding a close to core location and  rightly so. The visual, deterrent to crime this provides is  alone worth its weight in stolen merchandise. Not to mention an enhanced response time.  Police, for all their training, rely heavily on a visual  presence to stop crime. Most other aspects of their work  involve chasing leads and suspects in crimes already committed. Which brings us back full circle... maybe the crime  would not have happened in the first place if a cop was  known to be in the neighbourhood.  One can only surmise that Field Road will enjoy one of  the lowest crime rates on the Coast.  The trouble started for Sechelt in 1986, when the little  waterside village discovered instant growth steroids hidden  in the Municipal Act. At that time, there were cautionary  notes sounded about expanding too far. They were not  heeded and the village soon flexed itself into a sprawling,  glandular mass of district proportions.  Now, in 1993, the results of that unprecedented growth  are being felt and the need for a municipality funded police  force is one of the key issues.  No, the present council as a unit was not responsible for  the growth, and no, the estimated $2 million price tag for  the new police facilities will not be easy for the average  Sechelt tax payer to swallow. But all of that is irrelevant.  The people of Sechelt need police services, as do communities further up the Coast who rely on the highway seg-  W$$tJtewSf*?1* N*8* headquarters.  . The Mounties have nude their pitch for a close to core  location. Superintendent David Cowle, the man responsible  for wrestling new headquarters out of the municipality,  seems to have an inkling of what he's up against - he has  suggested council is not really serious about Field Road  and that Sechelt's ruling elite are merely postponing having  to deal with the new station issue.  It's an entirely plausible situation. There is an election  coming and those currently grasping power in Sechelt  would rather have the next council breaking what ever  ground and bad tax news work on the new station will  undoubtedly entail.  So be it But the question of new police facilities should  then be placed as a pivotal issue in the upcoming election  and any council member who waffled on it this past year  should be put out to pasture... perhaps space could be found  somewhere up Field Road.  Loggers: a-salt of  the earth  "Blinders," old nun McSnuff  used to say, "are just as effective  on dumb animals as on horses.  And tunnel-vision," he added,  "keeps them on that same old  worn out treadmill because three  quarters of reality is beyond  their vision."  McSnuff might have had  Murray Cantelon in mind when  he uttered those sentiments, the  local IWA honcho a glaring testament to fettered obtuseness.  Loggers attending Rendezvous '93 he said in a letter to  the press, "represent the salt of  the earth, the backbone of BC -  taxpayers with decent paying  jobs. There were no drums evident, no rock bands ... very little  body piercing evident, no  glassy, drug-crazed eyes."  Responding to Jane Seyd in  regards to T-shirts being sold at  the event with slogan like Bugger a Hugger and The Correct  Way to Spike a Tree, demonstrating the inherent brutality of  ignorant mindset by picturing a  spike through the head of an  environmentalist, Cantelon  responded by saying: "Everybody hat their right to their  point of view."  Himmler and Goebels would  have been proud.  Are logger* more tbe salt of  tbe earth than meat-cutters or  store clerks? Than surveyors or  fishermen?  Would they still be loggers if  they were similarly rewarded for  other work?  It is an honourable job but it  it obvious that Iheir leadership,  the Munros and the Cantelons of  this country, have concealed the  reality of multi-nationals reaping the profits of the public  forests for the benefit of the few  as opposed to providing for us  all.  What Cantelon also ignores  is the methodology of the forest  rapists who, by providing good-  paying jobs to only a small section of the workforce, create the  divisiveness which allows them  to continue their exploitation of  the public lands without comment.  What Cantelon, Munro and  the leadership should be doing is  demanding the re-allocation of  public forests away from the  multi-nationals and into the  hands of community associations who would abandon clear-  cutting in favour of selective  logging and local value-added  production, and to put an end to  the export of raw logs from the  few stands that are left.  The thousands of jobs creat-  I ed within local communities by  I adding value to cut timber  j would also pay on a scale comparable to that earned by poor  souls who have been conned  into sacrificing their limbs and  lives in order to meet the ever-  increased production demands  of foreign owners and buyers.  Having greater control over  our resources would mean that  forest workers could perform  their task much more cautiously  and greatly reduce the staggering injury rate of an industry  that rewards primarily those  behind the protected perimeters  of high-walled estates.  Please point me to any logger who wouldn't prefer such  conditions to those that exist.  As for the "glassy, drug-  crazed eyes" which Cantelon  would have us believe personifies the Clayoquot protesters, it  is apparent he hasn't visited  many of the mills around this  province where a wide variety  of drugs are endemic among the  workforce, though seldom disclosed to the press or the public.  Lastly, where wu Cantelon  when the Shoal Island Case was  reported?  When it was announced that  tbe Ministry of Forests felled to  collect stumpage and royalties  1  tottors welcome  ���������  We welcome totters to the editor <  Interest. However, we  your letters to:  matters of public  right to edit  f w^_*w~f fiPs*mf  Th* Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 480  Qlbsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  from the rapists of our public  forests. As outlined in the  report:  The Ministry's failure has  resulted not only in significant  financial losses for a number of  small logging contractors, but  also in millions of dollars of lost  revenue owing to the Province  for the use of Crown timber.  Since the timber was not  scaled, the company benefitting  from the use of Crown timber  has never been billed, and millions of dollars have gone uncollected.  No wonder this country is in  trouble!  R.S. RODVIK  Gibsons  Library seeks  friends, funds  Re: Friends of the Gibsons A  District Public Library.  On election day, Nov. 20, the  people of Gibsons and Sechelt  will be asked to vote on a referendum concerning funding to  establish a desperately needed  new library.  To assist the library board in  its endeavours prior to the referendum, Friends of the Gibsons  and District Public Library are  being sought  I would ask those interested  in helping with this vital project  to leave their name and telephone number at the library  886-2130 or with me at 886-  2660.  MARGARET M.  MORRISON  Chairman, Glbaons ft District  Enigmatic odysseys in paradoxical world on the move  My, but it is the time of the tourist in the  favoured northern hemisphere. In unimaginable  numbers they flood across North .America and  Northern Europe. They travel by plane, arriving in  hordes at the airports of the world, cheerfully burdened with vast quantities of baggage and cameras  of the most intimidating sophistication and  undoubted expense.  On the ground, trains, buses, cars by the millions and caravans of all shapes and sizes devisable throng the roadways, the parks and the towns  of our lives. Study in the entire sweep of human  history there have been no such numbers on the  move across the face of the globe.  They are driven not by a desire to conquer or a  need to search out greener pastures, but only by  curiosity, to gape at what the other half has and  bow the other half lives.  In London and Edinburgh and all over Britain,  cosmopolitanism is king. The accents and languages of a dozen countries can be beard in any  given day.  Everywhere there are the Japanese, sipping tea  in the lounges of the most expensive hotels; they  swarm, it must be assumed, camera-laden through  all the castles and manor houses of Europe. In their  pursuit of leisure they are industrious and methodical, the same qualities which brought them to the  top of the world's economic tree.  Nor are the Germans far from view. Where the  musings  John burnside  Japanese seem predominantly middle-aged or even  elderly with some family groupings of more than a  couple of generations, the Germans on the move  seem predominantly young, cheerful and healthy.  Busloads of young Germans travel around  Europe by bus, mountain bikes lashed to the roof.  They descend on the camping parks producing  their tents like magic.  They line up in the earliest hours of the day  before giant cook tents and while the rest of the  site is still stirring sleepily to life the young Germans are vigorously off in search of mountains to  climb.  There is a downside to all these waves of  human migration.  In ancient Stonehenge it used to be possible to  wander around the great stones. Today, they ire  cordoned off to protect them.  There are pictures on the site of enthusiasts in  the '70s clambering by the dozen on top of the  ancient monuments and posing eagerly for the  cameras of their friends.  Misguided zeal, one is reminded, is a great  destroyer.  Enthusiasm without reverence or awe can be a  cataclysmic force for destruction, be it of ancient  rocks or ancient forests. Even when our migrations  and manifestations are made in a spirit of celebration and respect, our very numbers make us a most  potently destructive species.  And our numbers are exponentially increasing.  Destructive or otherwise, everywhere the tourist  is sought after and encouraged.  One of the more unlikely evidences of this  world-wide tourist mania that I have beard recently  comes from a nephew recently returned from the  Far East where he has been trying to teach the  Malaysians how to lay and service natural gat  pipelines.  In one of his breaks from bis assignment he  took his wife to Vietnam where he found the Vietnamese, still suffering under a Uniled Suites trade  embargo and starved for foreign currency, enthusiastic in their welcome of all visitors.  One of the primary tourist attractions that the  Vietnamese have turned to their advantage is the  massive series of underground tunnels they starting building in the 1930s to fight the Japanese, then  developed and utilised further as they fought the  French after the Second World War, and finally  brought to the acme of underground development  during their long struggle against the Americans.  Increasing numbers of foreign visitors line up to  enter the system of nearly 400 kilometres of underground tunnels, hospitals, and war rooms, some of  them underneath former US air bases.  There are apparently three levels of tunnels.  "No, no," said the Chinese guide to my portly  nephew, "you no go down second level. You too  big."  But the big fellow persevered and squeezed  through the narrow dark. The third level is forbidden to all visitors.  And so it goes. Apparently in all those puts of  the world where people are not actually fighting  and killing each other, former enemies jostle in  amiable eagerness to peer with fascination at the  mysteries and marvels that formerly forbidden cultures have to offer.  Despite the millions of travellers and sightseers,  of course, the picture is misleading. Still more  untold millions live in destitution, misery and  hopeless ignorance and it is their numbers which  are increasing most rapidly in this world of paradoxes.  Are these cross-cultural explorations hopeful, or  just another evidence of the well to do's inability  to empathise with the looming mutes of world  hunger? Is this a world where ancient enmities are  being forgotten, or new desperations created?  COAST^NEWS  rsst��ll��H��lseils��fcr  Uet CtMSf fwlW <Wv WfttKtKUttt  aaa**. I yaur ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months ��� $20 ��� $1.40 CST - $21.40  to-mp. It-NT ���$40 (No CST)  Rat* No. 4702  Tha. Surnhiaw Coaal Nam k pajbfahaaaj on  thc Sunshlna Coatt, BC a-vany Monday by  GUmM freest*.  Okeem OMce ��� IV Onto Urn  Box 460, Cafcsom, ac, VON IVO  (604) 886*2622, Fn (604) 6*6*7725  SscMt OH- ��� SSlt faun* $1  Box 66 Sacharit, B.C, VON 3A0  (604) 865-3930, Edatort-J (604) 665-3960,  Fax (604) 885-3954  OauyHaKaaat  (-amPua-**  59 Hum. Hem. Caalysla-aanHh  Cm. Hanapaaa    Anna Thomaan  *cn~gEr��m Saaa.a1Baaan.la*.  Oarait Hanssn,  Jam Sayd. Ian Cobb  PatT-ta-p  Ana-bJa,  MOW MacTaVW),  I Yamr.u ni^AWMOWINNMC  Tht Sunthjn* Coasl Naws If prottcttd by copyright  and reproduction of any part of H by any m-aani is  prohibited unJass pa-mttuion In writing k first sacurad  from Glassford Prass Lai, hotdar of tha copyright  Mfti Coast News, October 4,  1993  forum  Former Councillor proffers solutions  Open letter to  Premier Harcourt  Re: 1. Sechelt Law Court  facility; 2. Government precinct  for downtown Sechelt.  The primary purpose of this  letter is to request that you  arrange for the postponement of  the awarding of a contract to  construct a new court facility in  the Districl of Sechelt. The second purpose (but only marginally so) is to acquaint you and  through your office, several of  your ministers with a proposal  to develop a government  precinct in Sechelt's downtown  core which would include the  new court facility.  The players in the government precinct scenario are seen  to be the District of Sechelt,  School District #46, the Attorney General's Ministry, the  Ministry of Education, the BC  Building Corporation, the  RCMP, the Sechelt Library  Association and possibly Crown  Lands and/or three private  developers.  A few facts:  1. The District of Sechelt has  an immediate need to provide  new facilities for the RCMP and  the library, as well for a new  municipal hall.  2. The Attorney General's  Ministry has for some time,  been looking at providing a new  court facility in Sechelt and has  recently called for developers'  proposals to construct such a  facility. (This is cause for worry  for, if it were to proceed, the  proposed government precinct  concept would be jeopardized.)  3. School District #46 intends  to relocate its downtown ele-  ^^T                 *% ^ysjj  'Destiny dictates that  Sechelt will  ft.��*  J**S^*M  eventually have  ^L           ***aT*^j3  ^^V               a |'*jg  anew  municipal hall'  Pm  ���Doug Held  mentary school onto a new site,  thus creating an opportunity to  relocate a government precinct  on this vacated public assembly  zoned property, identified as  Block L. This parcel is ideally  situated adjacent to a six-acre,  vacant, prime commercial/residential property, known as  Block 7, on the one hand and to  Sechelt's cultural centre (Rockwood Centre) on the other.  ' 4. Crown Lands owns several  parcels within the boundaries of  the District of Sechell which  could possibly be made available for relocating the elementary school.  5. Two local private developers have indicated their willingness to donate sufficient acreage  for the new elementary school -  this, in addition to the required  five percent park dedication  under the Municipal Act. A  third large land developer has  expressed a similar interest but  is "checking it out upstairs."  6. The present council will  ask Sechelt voters, via referendum in November, to approve a  plan to build a new municipal  letters  hall and library on Block 7, the  prime land mentioned above. If  it is defeated, the way will then  be clear for the 1993-96 council  to consider alternative locations  for these two public facilities,  eg: on Block L.  7. BC Building Corporation  supports the concept of a government precinct in downtown  Sechelt. I know this based on  my past involvement as a  Sechelt alderman in a similar  proposal for Block 7 as well as  on my discussions with Ms.  Cindy Nesselbeck, Senior Real  Estate Analyst, BC Building  Corp. and her predecessor, Mr.  Mark Puscek.  May I now offer several  observations:  1, Destiny dictates that  Sechelt will eventually have a  new municipal hall, a new  library, a new RCMP headquarters, a new court facility and,  most likely, a new provincial  government building to house  the now-scattered offices of several government ministries.  2. Considerable cost savings  to taxpayers would undoubtedly  Sign of the times  An open letter to Wilbert  Fair, Superintendent of Public  Works, Town of Gibsons  Re: New parking signs and  regulations along Franklin and  Cochrane Roads.  We have Visited your office  twice on Sept. 22 and left a telephone message as well asking  you to allow us to discuss the  following subject with you, but  unfortunately you did not return  our call. We are aware that we  are not the only people who  want to talk about this same  subject with you. As we have no  other choice, we are submitting  our complaints to you in writing  and also sending copies of this  letter to others as is indicated on  the last page, to make sure the  message is going to be delivered.  The message is about the  new parking signs and regulations along Franklin and  Cochrane Roads. We do not like  them. We oppose them for the  following reasons:  As you recall, about four or  five weeks ago, some of us met  you on site at the corner of  Franklin and Burns Roads and  discussed some of the local  problems, such as the removal  of 'No Parking' signs from the  park entrance below the bluff.  You said at that time: "I realized  that the placing of those signs at  that location was a mistake and  they should come down."  Today, we have three stop  signs, two 'School Bus' with no  parking signs, two 'Yield'  boards and three white stop  lines near the same entrance.  Four more 'No Parking' signs  were put in front of the adjacent  houses. By these, you created a  No Parking Buffer Zone around  the two parks and shifted a limited (daylight parking only)  parking possibility along  Franklin Road.  To complete the new parking  regulations your department  installed 'Daylight Harking  Only' in front of every second  house on Franklin Road from  the park to the beach entrance of  Cochrane Road. By doing this  you took the right to park away  from the taxpaying residents as  well. (So, for Thanksgiving dinner or Christmas pudding, our  friends should walk a few  blocks, otherwise their cars will  be towed away at their expense,  after dusk). All this work was  done to control the heavy traffic  of those who are enjoying the  beaches south of Franklin Road  during the summer months of  June to August. Now it is almost  safe, except for one item. You  remember, we asked for a street  light for the middle section of  Franklin Road between Burns  and Cochrane Roads. It is a section of 1000 feet without light.  For safety's sake, it would be a  good idea and it would help to  see the signs.  Franklin and Cochrane  Roads look very different today  - on 1,320 feet of road there are  24 street signs. Every SS feet  there is a sign installed by your  department and paid for by the  taxpayers of Gibsons.  It will be an interesting subject to discuss with the local  politicians just before the  upcoming municipal elections.  Unfortunately, we feel that we  were ignored (as if the meeting  never took place or you did not  listen) and we feel that in your  efficiency you lost sight of practical, inexpensive solutions and  you did not realize that the people of Gibsons and the Sunshine  Coast love this place because it  does not have so many regulations as our cities, where speed  bumps give you hiccups. Our  neighbours are looking at the  signs and asking us "Did you  agree to this at the meeting?"  Dear Mr. Fair and neighbours, the answer is NO. This  letter of protest is our sign of  objection to this overkill.  ZOLT,\N FULOPP  Gibsons  20  %  off  Perms  October 4 - 23  Not valid with any other promotions  LANDING UNISEX  HMR DESIGN--*  Banning salon  657 School Rd.  Cibsons Landing  886-3916  r��$r        presented by      ^TO&  GEORGE CAMERON ANTIQUES  OCTOBER 4-10, SUNNYCREST MALL  Featuring: Antiques  and Heritage Style Reproductions  GREAT PRICES ��� GREAT SELECTION  ^ DON'T MISS IT!        _m\  accrue to the various governmenl entities (to which I have  referred as 'players') if they  worked together to build their  new facilities. They would  employ a common contractor  (eg. BCBC), build on a common  site (eg. Block L), coordinate  building and landscaping design  and negotiate a cost-sharing  agreement on utilities, maintenance, amenities, etc.  3. This project should proceed 'now' - for completion,  say, in two years - rather than  'later'. Interest rates are bottoming out. Sechelt property values  and construction costs are low  but rising. Unemployment rates  are high. And the need for the  above facilities is pressing.  4. Government entities, particularly the AG's Ministry and  the District of Sechelt, should be  encouraged to delay proceeding  independently with their separate projects, at least until after  joint exploratory discussions  have ben held on the government precinct idea on Block L.  5. With some encouragement  from your office perhaps the  provincial government players  would be interested in sending a  delegate(s) to such an exploratory meeting.  I hope you will find the proposal and views expressed herein to be of sufficient import to  provide provincial government  participation, if not leadership.  The latter, perhaps through the  BCBC. Naturally, I would assist  in any way I can, such as setting  up the above-mentioned  exploratory meeting in Sechelt.  DOUGLAS G. REID  Sechelt  ���                   The Legend  s*>                 Had It Coming...  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Smith  Pumpkin     ��� 79  796 ml tin       I  Inwood  Butter  lib  159  Sun Rype Blue Label  Apple Juice  .98  1 L  Seniors  Win a Buggy of  Groceries!  Last Seniors Day  Winners of  Girt Baskets  Violet Madsen  Jean Shaw  Ruby Stubbs  B. Fedderson  Betty Dodman  Free delivery on $25 orders and all senior's orders  CHECKERS  Voam.%ootU  Effective Dates:  On. 4. IO, 1����3  M  T  w  TM  F  S  s  ��  5  6  7  8  9  10  We reserve the right to limit quantities  Check out our  W�� accept Maitorcard A Visa  many unadvertised specials.  _+_mm  _f_^_^_m_i_  w_ytm_\ Coast News, October 4, 1993  Attention All Artisans  1st Annual  Giant Christmas  Craft Fair  NOVEMBER 20 & 21  Cibsons Legion Hall  Book Your Space Early  Entrance Fee $100  Items will be juried  Cash prize for best decorated  Donation will be made  to the S.P.C.A.  For more information  call Betty 886-2673  or Jackie 886-8895  community  george in gibsons  TCtinfo *%w*e *7eam  Volunteer  Meetings  You are invited to help  the campaign of  Mark von Schellwitz  Gibsons  7:30 pm every Thursday  Village Office Extension  721 Winn Road  (beside Post Office)  (phone) 886-7277 (fax) 886*3320  For more information call  Vanessa Hammond 885 5562  Authorized by W.B. Huxham,  official agent for Mark von Schellwitz  Sechelt  7:30 pm every Friday  5606 Wharf Street  (2nd floor)  (phone) 885*3562  (fax) 885*9215  by George Cooper  The Elphinstone secondary  school library is urgently in need  of outdoor magazines and pamphlets for grade 10 and 11 reference. The students are preparing  for an outdoor education program. If you can, bring your contribution to the school or phone  886-2204.  Gibsons elementary's parents  advisory council reminds parents  to save those grocery tapes to  send to the school. The school's  newsletter carries the announcement of a child care centre open  from 3 to 6:30 pm in St. Bartholomew's hall every school day.  En route  On Highway number five near  its junction with number 16, the  Yellowhead, a large sign points  towards Terry Fox mountain.  Since it was just before Terry  Fox day we paused to reflect  upon the sheer grit of that young  man to persist in his painful mn  of over 5,300 kilometres from  Newfoundland halfway across  the country to end Sept. I, 1981  in Thunder Bay.  The Merrit Herald joyfully  reported the opening of that  city's aquatic centre on Sept. 11,  after years of making do with a  summer only outside pool, cost  $3 million. The pool item shared  photo space with shots of the cattlemen's annual golf tournament  called the two-ball bull open.  Ranch country, you know.  A headline in the Saskatoon  Star-Phoenix: "End to long  SPCA strike in sight." On strike  for nearly seven months this year  the 16 employees, most of them  part time, accused the board of  giving special memberships to  For the finest in area dining ...  DbwngguidE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  't\  Thanksgiving Day Bninch  11a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  .\DVa\NCE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED  Classical Guitar Music -Friday & Saturday Nights  Closed for lunch - Saturdays only  E. Porpoise Bay Rd., .Sechelt ��� 885-3847  FAMILY DINING  Hald*A*Way Rsstsurant - Bring ihe  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 530am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm��� Saturdays It Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with - large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday St  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm*10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50seals plus banquet roam.  HlSstde Fsmily RssMumt 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 at air conditioned. Hours: Open Sun - Thurs,  11 am -9 pm. Fri Is Sat 11 am-10  pm. 886*2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tha Whart ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood al its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge io the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 11I mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Mondays & Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvinss Landing Pub ��� Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, S30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard 4  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy'i Rntiurint * Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dish-  es. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. C^en  7 days a week.  Blut Htron 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 superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chtz Philippe RMtaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/5 days a  week. Closed Tues. &Wed,  El Nino ��� Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Effective Oct. 1, closed Tuesdays.  Open Wed-Mon for dinner and  Thurs-Mon for lunch. Lunch  hours: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours;  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard,  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  PtbblM ��� On Tha Baach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by it 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 Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811,  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ends I. Gwsn's Mm In - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under S10  Hwy. 101. Gibsons. ft8aS-7813.  Fair game for fall fun...  West Coast Amusements set up in Gibsons for two nights last week after touring Sechelt then Powell  River. The carnival set up in the parking lot at Sunnycrest Mall. loci Johnstone photo  their supporters while stalling  membership to 200 recruited by  the union.  Many lifetime members,  angered by the manner in which  the board was acting, now form a  third party in the squabble. No  mention in the news item of how  the animals are doing in all this.  A museum in Saskatoon tells  a few tales of the Barr Colonists,  those English city folk who in  1902 came to homestead on the  prairies and who gave rise to the  tales of the greenhorn Englishman.  One anecdote is of the young  man who bought a team of hors  es from a trader. The trader said  the team didn't look so good but  could pull a wagon load without  difficulty. A day or two later the  Englishman led the team back to  the trader "You have defrauded  me. These animals are blind."  "Well, I told you they didn't look  so good, didn't I?"  by Joyce Ostry  The next scheduled event for group #69 Senior  Citizens is dinner and entertainment at 6 pm on  Thursday, Oct. 28.  The .disabled aboriginal  Anyone who has had to deal with a problem  through government knows how it feels to be  i pushed from one department to another in the  provincial system. You might consider how it  would be if you were only dealing with different  departments in the provincial system, but the federal one as well.  A disabled aboriginal person is subject to rules  they never knew existed, administered by a series  of people who, for the most part are over worked  and do not seem to have the time to explain the policy. On top of all of this, if you live on a reserve,  When dealing with services off reserve, there is  the added problem of language and culture. This is  particularly evident with the elders and with people  in more remote areas where English is not necessarily the first language.  Off reserve, you are also suddenly in a culture  that is foreign to you. When you first come to a  strange urban area, the amount of money you are  i iven is minimal and problems can arise.  If you live on reserve almost all provincial ser-  vices are not available to you. If you live off  te *ve, the Department of Indian Affairs is in no  way responsible for you. If the aboriginal needs  some type of service or device, most service clubs  and other groups lhat help non-aboriginal people  assume there is help for them when there is none  and once again the aboriginal is lefl out.  Clje Corporation of tfie  District of &ccl)cU  P.O. Box 129,5545 InWAvenue. Sechej B.C. V0N3AO Telepttooe (604) 886-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice to  Non-Resident Electors  Non-resident property owners can vote  only when they have obtained a property  elector certificate from the Municipal Hall  by 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  Municipal Council  Nomination papers are now available for  candidates wishing to run for Municipal  Council or School Board. Please note that  the deadline for filing papers is 4:00 p.m.  October 15,1993. Nomination papers are  available for pick up at the reception desk  at Municipal Hall.  Municipal Offices  Closed for Thanksgiving  Please note that the Municipal Offices will  be closed on Thansgiving Day, Monday,  October 11 th. offices re-open at 8:00  a.m. Tuesday, October 12th.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be made  to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that NO BURNING PERMITS  ARE BEING ISSUED AT THE PRESENT  TIME DUE TO THE CURRENT HOT  WEATHER CONDITIONS.  New Municipal  Hall Hours  Please note that the Sechelt Municipal  Hall is now open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00  p.m. Monday through Friday  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  Id  id  is  ii  ���'i  M  I  >1  A  fl  A  ���n  ab  i-  H  ���q  IS  J  III  ���q  JL-^  _A.f_e community  Coast News, October 4,  1993  roberts creek  by K. Trueman, 885-2282  We certainly have been  blessed with a colourful fall. I  have spent many hours walking  around soaking up the sunshine  and enjoying the artistic sights  in Roberts Creek. But alas, not  everyone has the time, and many  people are rushing down the  roads at a fast pace not seeing  the wonders of creation. And  they are zipping through playground and school zones potentially placing our children at  risk.  Please be reminded that the  Creek is a family area and signs  should be obeyed. Watch for the  new 30 kilometre playground  signs along Beach Avenue  between Flume Road and Park  Avenue past Camp Douglas.  These have been put in place for  the students of the L'Ecole  Passe-Partout who attend school  at the camp.  RCCA meeting  The monthly meeting of the  Roberts Creek Community  Association was held last  Wednesday evening. Gas in  Robeits Creek could soon be a  reality. Centra Gas will be conducting a survey of residents  along Roberts Creek and Lower  Roads and some high density  sideroads to determine if enough  people will connect. Watch for  ads in the local news.  John Young, chairman of the  Gibsons library building committee addressed the meeting. At  present approximately 180 peo-  PUBLIC MEETING  Thursday, Oct. 7 O 7:30 p.m.  Senior Citizen's Association Hall  S604 Trail Ave. (MeduM�� Trail) Sechelt  Mark Grenier,  your local candidate, will be In attendance to answer  your questions in an open forum.  The video, ���Democracy Is Coming To Canada", an  Interview with Mel Hurtig will also be shown. For  information contact 886-9172 or 886-9690  National ^V  National Party of Canada/ Parti National du Canada  MtWtJStf k�� Ho" -ahaa-M. oKcM a>!-��>�� <*�� met. Ska*-**  A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622  or 885-39301  Dylan Quarry gives a push while Dean Rickbeil contemplates a pair of handcuffs. The young  speedsters probably won't be affected by an Oct 1 - 9 RCMP crackdown on seatbelt usage, but  driven with motors should take note. h-cl Johnstone photo  pie from Robeits Creek are nonresident members of the Gibsons  library. Until recently, it was  thought that Area D would be  included in the upcoming referendum to fund construction of a  new library building in Gibsons.  It now appears that Creekers  must decide what their future  intentions are for their library.  Funding for the new hall septic system got a big boost.  Jeanette Moen of the Hall  restoration committee presented  the association with a cheque for  $411.34 representing the profits  from the food booth at Roberts  Creek Daze. Gail Newman gave  the association $202 realized  from the sale of her gumboot  jewellery.  Gas at the school  Students at the school had a  brief extended recess last Monday morning when a worker  accidentally cut the natural gas  line serving the school. An evacuation took place until firefighters and the authorities declared  it was safe to return to the build  ings.  New Horizons  The Elphinstone New Horizons Group has started up once  again in Roberts Creek. If bingo,  cribbage, a good hand of bridge  or a challenging round of carpet  bowling is your game then they  want you to join. Anyone who is  over 50 years young is invited.  Meetings are held in the community use room at Roberts  Creek elementary each Monday  from 1:30 to 3:30 pm. For more  information call 885-5375.  WLIOATSi  Thanks to everyone  ��� made our first year so successful.  lv *Wt have appreciated all your support  andlookjorward to a continued  long term relationship.  Let lis -Help 'Build the -Memories  - 'Bnnda-Rfciuxrdson and tfn staff  of Cruise .Holidays  5517 WHARF ST., SECHELT  885-8964 OR TOLL FREE 1-979-8584  Barney Plush Toy  Reg 29.97  9400  SaleA*!  Men's Sweaters  Reg 12.99  ���fAOO  Sale lw  Dove Dish Liquid  Reg 1.49  409  Sale  T-120 Silver Crown  Video Tape  197  Sale  Twin Pack Picture  Reg 10.99  600  3 Piece Luggage Set  Reg 44.99  ,39"  Merit 1 L Mouthwash  Reg 2/5.00  479  Salel  Umbrella Strollers  Reg 24.99  on����  Sale AW  4 Pack Light Bulbs  Reg 1.49  4/JC00  Sale   W  Ladies Wallets  Reg 3.99  497  Sale I  Ladies Assorted Jeans  Reg 19.99  14����  Sale  Microwave Popcorr  3/400  Sale    1  Nature Organics 455 ni  Shampoo & Conditioner  Reg 2.49  429  Sale  Quilt Top Bedspread  Reg 32.88  oeoo  Sale AW  Assorted Purses  Reg 19.93  1600  Assorted Canned  Vegetables  59"  Sale  Ladies Sweatshirts  Reg 9.99  800  Satin Comforters  Reg 33.33  OaCOO  Sale AW  Selected  Rubbermaid  40% OFF  regular price  Wookvorth  Gibsons Park Plaza ��� Store Hours  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday = 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  Thursday & Friday = 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. ��� Sunday = 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Gift Certificates  Available  SALE DATES  Monday, Oct. 4 to  Sunday, Oct. 10  .���_.������_���<-.���-.-_-_'  H___:  .���.-��������.��   J*!   arf   *1    m. Coast News, October 4, 1993  HAPPY HOUDAYS MOTORHOME SALES  KM  20', 22' & 24'  Gently used models  10'Camper Box for sale  FORD 250 Pick up's  ���92 & *93  886-9025 or 886-8481  eH  .��� ~*  **wwp'garic<e*n *��� snmaum  We're out to meet you'  Meet with John Cawker on  TUESDAY;OCTOBER12; 1993  To arrange an appointment, call 666-7703  -. Federal Business Develop  tnenl Bunk representative  wilt tie paying your community a visit in the next  few .Itivt   t.dll ititlay und I  urrangr un uppnintimwit  ij   to diicusi financing and  mjn.1 ������i���itit-m sttrvicui-  irtniniclltin;.    pin lining  nnd training).  .1.4 Hui*)a.r old* stt  wnin-s .Um bt dry I  li��|un ufririfUft  COMMITTED TO VOUR SUCCESS  Fatjiral lu.ln.M        B.nqu. UtM-tl�� . ...   ���  Da*alopm��nt Bank    di d*w*lat-����m��ni    f e_~W_uU LandUa  '  community  Strait alliance angry over GVRD trial delays  The excitement continues in the case initiated by the Save Georgia Strait Alliances  SGSA) against the Greater Vancouver  Regional District (GVRD) for six offences  under the federal fisheries act.  On Sept. 29 in Vancouver the provincial  prosecutor's office requested a third adjournment before setting a trial date for the prosecution.  health dinks  The provinces took control of prosecuting  the case in August.  In launching the original prosecution  SGSA was seeking a mandate from the court  to eliminate pollution from Lower Mainland  combined sewer overflows which according  to the GVRD's own figures, discharge 62  billion litres of untreated sewage and toxic  urban runoff every year.  If the province had not intervened we  would have a trial date set by now," says  SGSA clean water campaigner Miranda  Holmes, expressing her frustration over the  delays. "While the lawyers are talking, the  toxic bombardment of the Fraser River and  Georgia Strait continues."  Trial dates are now being set in the  provincial court for May 1994.  The following health clinics  will be held in the month of  October:  For information call tbe Gibsons office, 494 South Fletcher  Road, 886-5600 or the Sechelt  office, S57I Inlet Avenue, 885-  5164.  Child Health Clinics will be  held in Gibsons on Oct. 5,12,19  and 26 with an extra clinic Oct.  25. Sechelt clinics will be Oct 6,  13,20 and 27 with an extra clinic  Oct. 15 and 29.  Pender Harbour clinics are  scheduled for Oct. 1,8, 14 and  28.  Tuberculin Skin Testing and  Travellers Clinic will be held on  Mondays, Oct. 4, 18 and 25 and  travellers clinic only on Thursdays, Oct. 7,14,21 and 28 in the  Gibsons Health Unit. In the  Sechelt Centie clinics are being  held Oct. 4, 12, 18 and 25 and  Oct. 6,13,19 and 27.  STD (Sexually Transmitted  Disease) clinic (HIV informa  tion, counselling and testing)  phone for appointment at Gibsons or Sechelt clinics.  Prenatal Classes - next early  class is Oct 5 from 7 to 9 pm at  the Sechelt Health Centre and  Nov. 9 at the Gibsons Centre.  Next late class series commences  Oct 26, Nov. 2 and 9 from 7 to 9  pm at the Sechelt clinic. Call the  clinics to register and it is important to register early as the classes fill up quickly.  Single and Pregnant? Phone  the health unit at 886-5600.  Hospital Tour - call St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard at  885-2224 to arrange for a tour.  School Entry Booster Clinics  - a booster dose of diphtheria,  tetanus and pertussis is important  for children entering school. Call  the clinics for arrangements.  Breast Self-Exam Clinic is the  first Friday of each month from 7  to 9:30 pm at the Gibsons clinic.  Enquiries call Denise Olson at  886-8847.  KENMORE...LOW LOW PRICES  ��    8.5 Amp Upright Vacuum wilh 'Fillet  First' system that captures dirt and dust  before ait enters Ian and motor syslem. 4-way  micronic filtration system gels duslmiles, pollen,  elc. Dual-action edge cleaning. Tufted double  brush. 14' cleaning width. One auto, 3 pile height  adjustments. Bore floor cleaning feature. Dual  motor system--one for suction, one for brush  agitator. 10-quart (U.S.) bog capocity. 35 ft. cord  and 10 ft. reach with attachments. Deluxe altach-  menl set. 1-year parts warranty. Grey color.  Sears reg. 299.99  208 830 683 N - Each 279.99  Q    1300-Watt Canister Vacuum has lighted  powerhead with 13''?" wide cleaning path,  20' retractable cord provides 32' cleaning radius.  Double brushes controlled by cogged bell give  extra cleaning power. Cleaning tools store under  lid. Locking chrome-plated wands with suction  control. Powerhead has overload protector  against motor burnout. 4 step-on pile height  adjustments. 'Active brush edge cleaning. 1-year  ports warranty. Emerald Green color.  Sears reg. 299.99.  208 832 652 N - Each 279.99  ��   1400-WaH Canister Vacuum. SAVE 80.00  in our Fall Sale book and now SAVE on  additional 20.00. 2 powerful motors ond overload protector. 32 cleaning rod-us. Quick-       v ,  release powerhead wiih double brush beater  bar. 4 pile height adjustments. Active edge  cleaning. Cleaning tools store under lid. l*year  parts warranty. Light Grey color.  Sears reg. 449.99.  208 832 752 N - Each 349.99  ��� Canada's National Catalogue  [)    Sears Best   1440-Watt Whispertone  Vacuum is the quietest vacuum we sell!  Variable speed control. Double quick-release on  both upper and lower wands; 3*way handle  controls. Includes 2 Fresh-Aire   micronic bags  which trap most pollens, dustmites better than  standard bags. Lighted double brush power-  head. 39' cleaning range. 4 pile height adjustments. 1-year parts warranty. Black color.  Sears reg. 549.99.  208 832 892 N - Each 399.99  ��     6-Program Large-Capacity Washer has  a 2.45 cu. ft. capocity, Programs include  Normal (Extra, Reg., Short), Perm Press (Extra,  Reg.. Short). 2 variable waler levels. 3 wash/  rinse temperatures. 1-yeor parts/labor warranty. Additional 9 yean on sealed gearcase.  White with White console. 24' w. x 26" d. x 42'h.  Sears reg, 449,99.  268 842 100 JN - Each 419.99  p      3-Progrom Large-Capacity Dryer has  5.9 cu. ft. capacity. Programs include Timed  Heat, Timed Air ond Perm Press. Large door  opening. Up-front lint screen, 1-year ports/labor  warronty. 15-year rust through warranty op drum.  White with White console. 29"- w. x 2-fedfk Al\ h.  Sears reg. 329.99. *   _3Mj__,.  268 882 100 JN - Each ........ 299.99  l.'xfh'Ct imnv from  * Canada's National Catalogue today  ...because we'll still be here for you lomorrow!  A  DAYS  ONLY  OCTOBER  6-9,1993  SEARS  Expect more from Sears  NO PAYMENTS OR INTEREST CHARGES  FOR 3 MONTHS  from dale ol purchase on opproved credit wilh your Seon cord. Ask for delails when ordering. A $15 administration lee applies.  Liquidation items in Clearance Centres are not included in this offer.  '���-"���     ������������������_'<,������ - ���������������       ' ' '��� ������"-���'. -��� ��*      -     -���-     ��� ���-���   i n���������!!������������������ Coast News, October 4, 1993  community  7 Employment  society seeks  5 new recruits  id  The board of directors for the Sunshine  Coast Employment Development Society  is looking for new members. The main  purpose of the society is to assist in creating permanent employment opportunities  on the Coast. This is accomplished by  assisting the unemployed, the underemployed and employers to develop projects  and services which provide employment  opportunities.  Recently the main activity of the society has been to administer funds and to  coordinate employment training programs  funded by Canadian Job Strategy and the  Sunshine Coast Canada Employment Centre. This year the Suncoast Vocational  Training Program, Job Finding Clubs and  Job Search Strategy Workshops are being  offered to assist the unemployed gain the  skills to find and keep jobs.  There will be a general meeting Oct. 13  at the Suncoast Vocational Training Centre. Potential new members will be invited  to attend the meeting after the executive  has had an opportunity to meet with individuals interested in joining the society.  For more information call Carl Gregson at 885-2308 or drop by the training  centre, second floor at 5674 Teredo Street  in Sechelt.  davis bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  If you haven't been up to see Dahlias  Galore yet, make a point of it for they are  now in their prime. It is a veritable kaleidoscope of colours. This endeavour is a  true labour of love. The wonderful Indian  Summer that we are being treated to has  given new life to all the flowers in the  garden; the roses are nicer now than they  have been all season. Let's give thanks  and hope it continues.  Happy birthday  Happy belated birthday greetings to  Terri Gardener who celebrated on Sept.  23 - we wish you many more to come.  The craft sale at the hall is this Saturday,  Oct. 9 from 9 am to 1 pm and promises,  as usual, to offer a super variety of treats.  We have so many skilled people in our  area and there is always something different offered.  Community association  While you are busy marking your calendar for October, remember the important DB/WCCA meeting on Wednesday,  Oct 13 at the new time of 1:30 pm. Rob  Buchan, the town planner will be there to  address your concerns about plans for this  area and to answer your questions. Discussion will also feature the changing of  the meting time from afternoon to  evening. The community association is  the lifeline of tbe community and you are  part of it  Bake sale  The garage bake sale at Kirkland Centre on Sept. 18 was a huge success, another example of community involvement.  Many thanks to the homemakers, staff  and the numerous volunteers that are so  necessary to make things work. Special  thanks are extended to Clayton's Heritage  Market for their significant contribution  of wieners and buns for the hot dog sale.  Sally reports they are pleased to have a  volunteer, Joe Cote, to teach the woodworking class - take a bow, Joe.  Bridge  The bridge merry-go-round luncheon  on Sept. 29 was a rousing affair, both gas-  tronomically and socially. After an afternoon of friendly bridge, the champs were  Ursula Snape and Eleanor Biernacki.  Kudos to Marg Humm and Phyl Small-  wood for all the efforts they put in on  behalf of St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary -  the silent partners.  Have a happy Thanksgiving remembering to give thanks for all your blessings, big and small.  Come in ir  add a little  SPARKLE  touour  holiday  tt-are/rofce/cA  Vera's^ m  Boutiqui  (formerly Lynda's)  S531  WHARF ST.  Now Accepting  Ladies' Fall Items'  ���  Consignment  Clothing  5531 WHARF ST. SKHEIT  I&H 885-61 19SZ  It pays to  advertise in the  COAST NEV/S  CLASSIFIEDS!  PLUS EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY!  ;   V 4  %0      W   aW10.0caa.fi.  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Set. > reg. 649.99.  468 113 700 JN - Each S99.99  J    4.S Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator is counter-  high with a scrotch-rciistont removable worktop. Full-width freezer with 1 ice cube tray. Features  2 removable shelves and tall bottle storage, crisper.  Reversible door shipped right-hand hinge. Manual  defrost. 19* w. x 20* d. x 34* h. White.  468 810 530 JN - Each 1279.99  IT'S  EASY  TO ORDER.  K   ��� Tepmount Rsfrigsralors wilh 2 full-width wire  shelves. 2 covered criipert-cover acts ai a third  shelf. Dairy compartment with butter dith. Utility/egg  bucket. Adjustable rollers. Textured doors with Block handles. Right-hand hinge only. Made in Canada. Icemaker  kit available, sold on page 142 of our Super Sale book.  15.5 Cu. Ft. Model has 4.0 cu. fl. freeier. 31' wide <  29" deep > 60* high.  White. Sears reg. 649.99.  461153 140 JN- Each 629.99  Almond. Sears reg. 659.99.  46a 153 l��l JN - Eoch 639.99  17.7 Cu. Ft. Model has S.O cu. It. freezer. 31' wide ��  29* deep i 66* high.  While. Sears reg. 699.99.  461153110JN- Each 679.99  Almond. Sears reg. 709.99.  461153 1II JN - Each 6S9.99  L    1.0 Cu. Ft. Mld-SUe Microwave. SAVE 30.00 in  our Wish Book' and now SAVE an additional 10.00.  BOO watts (lEC) of power. 10 power levels. One-touch  cooking indudes popcorn, frozen dinner, potatoes and  vegetables. 3 reheat modes. Auto-defrost. 'Quick-On'  function. 4 memory stages. Turntable. 21* w. x 16" d. x  13' h. Sears reg. 229.99.  HI III250 N- All White  111 Hi til N- Woodgrain/ Block  Eoch  1(9.99  'International Electrotechnical Commission--705 Standard  U Topmount Refrigerators feature 3 half-  width adjustable wire shelves, dairy compartment, egg bucket/tray. Cover on crisper. create o  full-width shelf, cover on adjustable meat pan  creates a fourth half-width shelf, Full-width adj.  freeier shelf. Frost-free. Textured reversible steel  door shipped right-hand hinge only. Full-length  Black handle.  18.1 Cu. Ft. Model has 4.8 cu. ft. freezer  30' wide < 30' deep x 66' high.  White. Sears reg. 999.99.  468 853 980 JN - Each 979.99  Almond. Sears reg. 1009.99.  468 853 988 JN - Each 989.99  19.9 Cu. Ft. Model has 5.5 cu. ft. freezer.  33" wide x 31' deep x 66" high.  White. Sears reg. 1049.99.  468 853 9*0 JN - Each 1029.99  Almond. Sears reg. 1059.99.  468 853 998 JN - Each 1039.99  M   30" Electric Range wilh Black glass door and  Black gloss-covered control panel. 2*6" deluxe  coil elements-one wilh True Simmer, 2-8" deluxe  high-speed elements. 6-poss broil eleme.r.t, Tilt bake  element. Analog clock/ cook timer, 2 untimed small  appliance outlets. 2 surface element lights, oven  light, console light. 1-year parts/labor warronty.  30" w. x 25" d. x 48' h.  Easy-clean. White, Sears reg. 658.00.  228 865 031 JN - Each 638.00  Eosy-cleon. Almond. Seors reg. 668.00.  228 865 039 JN - Each 648.00  Self-clean White. Sears reg. 838.00.  228 86S731 JN - Each 818.00  Self-dean. Almond. Sears reg. 848.00.  228 865 739 JN - Each 828.00  p    24" Built-in Dishwasher with 2-level wosh  ond soil settler with visible fine mesh filter. Durable polypropylene tub and door liner. Tub insulation on 3 sides. 4 wash cycles: Normal Wash, Econo-  Wash, Rinse/Hold, Pots n' Pons. 2 dry options: Hot  Dry/Cool Dry ond Plate Warmer. Deluxe silverware  basket. Rinse agent ond detergent dispenser. Black  control panel; While/Almond/Black/Grey front  panel. 25* w. x 26" d. x 37* h. Price does not include  installation. Sears reg. 399.99.  228 873 320 JN - Each 3��9.99  24" Portable Model. Some features as above but  with casters for mobility. Sears reg. 499.99.  228 874 420 JN - Each 489.99  ^   Monday - Sataturday  9:30 to 5:30  TO CATALOGUE SHOP  CALL TOLL FREE  1-800-26-SEARS  (1*800-267*3277)  sat iodau *s��PH.siM 1200N00NSCOPM Expect morefrom bears  SEARS  MMM  _,_-.��     -        ���     ���^.^.���-^������^W^-^V^..-^     -���       ������-     ���*^.*-^.  ~~     -������-���--'-----  ���-      '-"     ' ���        ���-���**'���'     -     - ~      -     ' 10  Coast News, October 4, 1993  Super Multi Plus  Vitamin E  Acidophilus  Cal'dolphilus  Primrose Oil  On Sale until Oct, 10  VARIETY 5i!j.?h FOODS  ���nn eager ugh store in atoow landing imjto  community  sechelt scenario  ��  NATUREWORKS _^JZ*tfK3*/*a  Nutrition Centre Inc.  ^Snfi%5$m  IwJE WW    ���    Srid* or brid* to Im  Have we visited XQU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Gibsons Sechell (of Babies  Sylvia tee-seao    ly, us-smt    Midge |8i4M0  Art & Aleta  Wish to thank all our loyal customers for  allowing us to entertain their visitors, on our  Inlet Cruise and Salmon Cookouts.  M about our winter tours at  TZOONIE GIFT HOUSE  ^cy oittring.  S 25% off  All Abalone jewelry until Oct. 15th  TZOONIE GIFT HOUSE  by Deanna Lueder, 885-73*55  Can it really be that the  Thanksgiving long weekend is  really coming up at the end of  this week? Yes, it's time for  roast turkey and stuffing accompanied by lots of vegetables and  followed by pumpkin pie and  lots of whipping cream.  Go on down to the Fanner's  Market at the parking lot at  Gilligan's Pub on Saturday, Oct.  9 between 10 am and 1 pm. You  should be able to find nearly  everything you need for that  Thanksgiving dinner.  There will be baked goods,  preserves, eggs and lots of fresh  organically grown produce for  sale. You're welcome to set up a  slall and sell ihose extra zucchini, potatoes and pumpkins. This  is pumpkin month from Thanks*  giving on the 11 th to Hallowe'en on the 31st.  Arts centre  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre is beginning its highly  successful Countryside Concert  series again. The first conceit is  on Oct. 24 and features the St.  Lawrence String Quartet. There  is a good variety of concerts in  the series from classical to ethnic. There are still a few seasons  tickets for sale, but this is a popular series so call soon if you're  interested, 885-4402.  Making music  If you like making music as  well as listening, drop in any  Monday night at 7 pm at St.  Hilda's Hall in Sechelt. The  Sunshine Choristers Community  Choir meets regularly to practise  and always welcomes new  members. For more information  call 885-2958 or 885-2806.  Members seem to have a wonderful time and I've really  enjoyed the concerts I've heard.  Luckily for the choir, I've never  tried to join.  However if they ever need  someone who sounds like a blue  heron about to fly away, I'd be  happy to oblige.  This is the  last season  for Storytelling Festival  originator  and producer  Bronwen  Sutherland  who moves to  Prince  Rupert this  fall after  steering the  festival  through its  first two seasons.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  Arthritis  On Tuesday, Oct. 5, the  Arthritis Self-Management  group begins a course of six  weekly sessions. The course  runs from 10 am to noon and  meets at the Garibaldi Health  Unit on Inlet Avenue in Sechelt.  Call 885-2677 for information.  Pain management and mutual  ***w*i*"i********"**"i*******a-**w  11 i O'W;h> iM v��(  -���*****��w���  K you still don't  got the message,  well put it  support can be extremely helpful, especially as we face another wet winter.  Happy Thanksgiving everyone.  St. Mary's  touted as  -  Citizen  of Year  The St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary, Sechelt branch, has been  chosen as the 1993/94 citizen of  the year by the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce.  "It is time lhat we recognized  the tremendous number of volunteer hours that this group has  given to the community," said  chamber president Patrick  Hobbs. "Our hospital is the  proud possessor of many pieces  of equipment that it would not  have been able to purchase  without the fundraising efforts  of this group of dedicated citizens. Their contribution of time  and energy has benefitted the  whole community."  The honour of Good Business of the Year has been  awarded to the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union, Sechelt branch.  "This well known business was  selected for its commitment to.  community involvement and its  constant financial support of  non-profit groups," said Hobbs.  "They have set an example  for all Sechelt businesses and  their community policies reflect  the true meaning of a good corporate citizen."  The winners will be honoured at the Good Citizen banquet and dance Saturday, Oct.  16 at the Royal Canadian  Legion, Sechelt branch.  Tickets are $20 at the chamber office in the Indian Band  complex or at Sew Easy. For  more information call the chamber office at 885-3100.  Coast News  Classifieds,,.  They never stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622  a-a*a-a**ta  _AJ- community  Coast News, October 4, 1993  11  hallmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Work wenl very well on the construction  of the log building at the Halfmoon Bay  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, thanks to the  help of a few willing volunteers who shows  up last Saturday. Although the numbers were  few, their accomplishments were extraordinary. There were a few setbacks with the  foundations, but these were overcome and  work went well.  Work parties on Saturday mornings will  be organized by Joanne Dickeson who is in  charge of the centre.  Right now, Joanne has a barred owl under  her care. It flew right into the windshield of a  car, giving the driver quite a shock. The bird  suffered an eye injury, but is doing well as the  eye is healing under Joanne's care. It should  be well enough to be released soon.  Ex 'Bayers' visit  Former Trout Lake residents were recent  visitors to the Coast and were warmly greeted  by old friends. Tim and Joan Tibbs took time  harbour gybe  while in the vicinity to pay a visit to their old  friend Mary Shannon who was delighted to  spend time with them.  What's happening?  We have been away on vacation for the  past two weeks and there is much catching up  to be done. If you have any items of news or  wish mention to be made of your club activities, please caU me. If I should be out, leave a  message on my answering machine.  Child Care Centre  The Halfmoon Bay Child Care Centre  Society is having a Bottle Drive on Friday,  Oct. 8. Watch for them between I and 5 pm in  the Welcome Woods and Lohn Road area.  Bottles can be left out on the front porch if  more convenient.  On Nov. 15, the Halfmoon Bay Daycare  will be moving its facility to another site on  the school playground. Therefore, if anyone in  our community can help out with the move,  we would like to hear from you ASAP. Call  Jane at 885-3739.  Great holiday  The vacation from which we have relumed  was indeed an enjoyable one. We took a  cruise to Hawaii which involved six days at  sea and four days visiting four of the islands.  This was my first visit to Hawaii and I had  always felt that it was probably much overrated. Not so.  The beauty and warmth of these islands  was beyond my imagination, especially on the  garden island of Kaui. This is the island which  suffered such devastating destruction in the  last big hurricane. The people are working  hard to repair the extensive damage and are  slowly getting there.  On board ship one was totally pampered  making it no easy task to get back to doing  chores again. Despite the feeling, it was still  good to be home again and when we arrived  at Horseshoe Bay on a beautilul afternoon and  looked around, we realized once again, that  there are few places in the world quite as  beautiful as our own little comer of Ihe world.  The Renovator  19 years in residential construction  Repairs ��� Maintenance* Imaginative renovations  QUALITY WORK  Free estimates  Hxk James -885-6096  DID YOU ICfMOW?  Communty newspaper readership has grown by  1,371,000 English adults in the past five years  by Marie Bisson-Montpetit,  883-2142  The Pender Harbour Music  School is still looking for a  piano teacher to come up on Saturdays to teach a number of students. Contact Nancy McKay at  883-2307 if you know of anyone.  Debbie Rand will be offering  recreational horseback riding  lessons and can be contacted at  883-2154 for more information.  Hiking tours of the Caren  Range will continue through  October, weather permitting.  Meet at the Wildlife Rehab Centre in Halfmoon Bay Saturday  mornings at 11 am.  There will be Life Drawing  on Mondays at the Harbour  Gallery from 9:30 am to 12  noon and from 7:30 to 9:30 pm  with a $2 donation.  Breast health  October is breast heallh  month and Linda Curtiss will be  running a Breast Self-Examination clinic to help prevent cancer  on Oct. 8,15, 22 and 29 from 9  to 11 am.  Brownies etc.  Any late registrants for  Brownies, Guides or Pathfinders  can contact Linda at 883-2764  for information.  A big thank you to Marg  O'Coffey for organizing the  Gibsons library notes  Bryan Edwardson and Dietta Edwardson at St Andrew's Church  in Madeira Park Saturday, Sept. 18. photo submitted  Terry Fox run which raised $850  so far. Madeira Park elementary  school is still accepting donations.  Fred Bott of the RCMP did a  Bike Safety talk. Thanks also to  Gail Paton and Sage Wright for  organizing the call back and  milk programs.  Pender secondary  Pender Harbour secondary  school - Jane McQuat and Joe  Harrison are looking for travellers who would like to join a  group touring through Wales  and Scotland. Hot lunches will  be happening on Wednesdays,-*,  thanks to the Home Economics  Department.  Fireman's Ball  Pender Harbour fire depart-;  ment's Firemen's Ball was a  great success. The $3,500 price  tag for the Hallowe'en fireworks  has all but been covered. Twenty members of the department  were sent to Nanaimo for live  simulation training through the  Justice Institute.  Reminder  A safety reminder - please  post your house numbers at the  end of your driveways and make  sure your chimneys are cleaned  before you start up your wood  stoves this fall.  Thank you  A great thank you to Dennis  and Diane Gamble of the Pender  Harbour Ambulance who came  out and did a rescue simulation  with the pool staff that included  an aquatic spinal rescue, CPR  and defibrillation.  Youth club  The Youth Club Pool Rats  are planning on organizing a  Youth Club Competition and  Public Education Water Smart  Seminar in the new year.  There will be a Thanksgiving  swim on Sunday, Oct. 10. Bring  a can of food for the food bank  and swim for half price from 2  rcfl prii or 7 to 9 pm. The pool  will be closed on Thanksgiving  pay, Monday, Oct. II.  Shooting Willie  The final scene of Willie Nelson's movie Starlight was shot  overlooking Garden Bay Lake  last week.  fffff*��ff*i,��  '^W^t*       SUPEI  If activity in a public library  is any indication of economic  growth, then Gibsons is booming.  Circulation in Gibsons and  District Public Library during  July and August averaged 5,230  books per month.  This means that there are  over 300 books checked out  every day or one every minute  the library is open, says librarian Myma Short.  More people are becoming  members of the library. An  average of 12 persons sign up  for a library card every day.  One reason the summer at the  library has been so busy, says  Short, is because of the significant increase in library use by  children.  The reading club was a big  success with 137 children registered. Every Saturday about 50  persons crowded into the library  for puppet plays, story telling  by Margaret Jones, a visit from  local artist Greta Guzek, crafts  of various kinds, a chance to  meet a live snake and a final  party where mayor Eric Small  drew the names of prize winners.  Roval Canadian Legion  Members&Guesk Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street ���885-2526  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, October 5,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "After the Theatre"  7:00pm: The 1993 Storytelling Festival  Bronwen Sutherland introduces this yean festival wiih an invitation to Ihe  audience to participate in the show wilh iheir own stories.  8:00pm: Arts Update for October  Chuck Tkachuk takes us to Ihe studio of sculptor Axel Stelzel.  8:30pm: The Walk for Schizophrenia  Take a look at this annual fund raiser with host Elaine Middlelon.  Wednesday, October 6,1993  7:00pm: AU Candidates Meeting "LIVE"  All Ihe candidates in the upcoming Federal Election. Join host Al Price  and Ihe candidates for an hour of lively communily programming  cablecast "Live" from the Cedars meeiing room in Gibsons.  Thursday, October 7,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "From The Sea"  7:00pm: Talk to Your Local Governments "LIVE" Phone-in  Join Nancy Moote and representatives from Ihe Town of Gibsons, Dislricl  of Sechell, S.C.R.D. and The Sechell Indian Government for an hour of  interactive Community Television. Callers are inviled lo phone Ihe studio  during Ihe show wilh Iheir questions and comments.  8:00pm: T.O.R.R. '93  The Tantalus Off Road Rally is one of Ihe biggest 4 wheel drive events of  the year. This year the rally took place in Ihe hills surrounding Harrison  Lake.  8:30pm: Community Care Facility Licensing "LIVE" Phone-in  Lola Wesiell lalks wilh Grethe Thorbum.  IKITCHIM  jgnSj Friday & Saturday, Oct. 8  JedelWe   Dinner Available^  KITCHEN   OPEN   SATURDAYS   12  OHM SUNDAYS 13*6/ 1UNCHIS MOM. * FM. 11*2  Next General Meeting  Hotioa.u  Crib  limioys, Ipm  Meat Draw  dwySntonfajr-fpni  $  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  Friday & Saturday, Oct. 8&9  LOCAL TRAFFIC  BBQStedk * Fridmy, 6-8 pm  Roast Beef ��� Satvnlay, 6-8 ?m  $8**50 ind Oil. MtfcquoniiM last)  OCT. 1 �� IUNCH AVAIL. FROM 12 PM TUES. - FRI.  Next General Meeting  Wed. Oct 20  Bingo  Jm. 7:15 pm  Crib  Ihurs, Ipm  CLOSED  SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 -886-2411  Friday & Saturday, Oct 8&9  GARY WILLIS  .fafimfay Only ��� BaronofBeefor Ham Buffet  (AU. VOU CAN EAT) 5:30- 7.30fcm. ��� $8.50 Ind. G.S.T.  0PIN  SUNDAYS   1 1  KITCHEN OPEN MON.- FRI. 11-6  Next General Meeting  Ttm.0d.l9  Darts  NM 7:31pm  Crib    ISatMeatDraw  r        UwySeftriy-ffm  ���*'���" Lm_VULma  portal  fUtffftfffffTf-lfff'  R WINTER SPECIAL  $1199  from  per person based on double  tsmwm mm..k  Package includes  ��� ROUND-TRIP AIR  with British Airways or Canadian Airlines  ��� 13 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION  in two resorts,Alsarve and Cascais  ��� 13 DAYS CAR RENTAL  including milage & insurance  conditions apply ��� taxes extra  886-3381  Next to Gibsons  Medical Clinic  .  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883*2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  S  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  QtmU'TftH/UtA  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps & Coven  Upholstery & Repairs  TOTAL SHOPPING.  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Clwvron Producti  883-2253  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-B26B  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /- tm.tr Uokth aar garden bay Ufa.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  883-2888  Paandaai Haaabaaaat, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  SPONSORED BY SOUTH COAST FORD ��� ��<     CLIP   'N'    SAVE     >i  Ptndtr Htrbourt ONLY  Full Um Sporting Goods Stoat  Francis Ptnlntuli Pltct  Corntr of Sunthlnt Cottt Hwy. I  Francit Ptnlntuli Rd. 883-276!  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  DINING  ^  Goiden  Bay  Hotel  PUB  883*2874  RESTAURANT  883-SSIt  SERVICES  rewiro  klemdale  Tar A Grsvtl, Shakss, Shlnglts,  Mttal Roots, Torch On, Durolds  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen Trucking  & -Contracting  Septic Systems  .383-9222  N*gh rVJonet  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  Michael C. Crowe  BaUTi.-at.-r ��� Solicitor  Noury Public  Pender Harbour Usal Services  12*74 Madcta Paik Rd, Mlda-taP*****  883-9875  *.,-.    :..~._..,_. :.^__: ���-*.-.   ������,,     *.���-.���.������  ���     ----*'-���--'������-������-���-   -a     ���  -rnirn 12 Coast News, October 4,  1993  ���THT  _f      wAT^>****-^^**^BW>*>*^-*****^>.***-^BMBBM^"  ^t��-<HERITflGE MARKET  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  Schweppe's ionic, soda, alt or  7-up or Pepsi J68  2L  Ubby's canned  Pumpkin  396 ml   Ocean Spray whole or jellied  Cranberry Sauce  398 ml ���.���.���,���^��.^������ .���._...-.-.-. ,m.~   Tropic isle >*-ed, chunks or crwhed  Pineapple  540 ml...  Moils leguici, tftty m Mariton  Clamato Juice  1.36L..  355 ml  Sun-^pttruBScrWrs  Sparklers  4x300 ml ||   Monarch assorted  Chicken Magic  105 g   Monarch assorted  Chicken Crisp  140 g   Maple teat premium  Canned Hams  680 g   Camp pure  Maple Syrup  375 ml   Tropic Isle 5 varieties  Fruit Snacks  153 g   Sunfrie  Canola Oil  31   Bella strained  Tomatoes  720 ml   Unlco  Kidney Beans  796 ml..  Chef Boy-Ar-Dee assorted  Pastas  425 g   Cloverleat  Smoked Oysters  104 g   Cloverleat mandarin  Oranges  284 ml   Tetley  Tea Bags  72s..  Durkeered  Hot Sauce  355 ml   l/]96  l18  .88  478  358  J68  348  ]58  ]48  ]28  ]78  .88  248  278  BAKERY  i"***"***.  ,.<������  6/2-M  Billy Bob's  Barbecue Sauce  500 mi   ]58  Reynold's aluminum  Foil Wrap  12x25   J38  Alcan aluminum  Foil Wrap  18"x25'   218  Cortina pomace  Olive Oil  31   688  Dallon glace red or  Mixed Cherries  450 g   598  Wasa assorted  Crispbread  200 g   ]58  Sunshine Kids assorted  Fruit Snacks  6x15 g   J88  lundberg  Fancy Rices  454 g   ]98  Food Club - in mason |ar  Mustard  u   ]98  Stoned  Wheat Thins  600 g   298  Christie's regular or low'salt  Triscuits  250 g   218  Ocean's  Pink Salmon  213g   J48  Jolly Time  Popping Corn  454 g   .78  Hot 'n' Spicy original  Super Snax  255 a   ]98  tander yellow  Bar Soaps  3x��5 g   Belterbuy  Garbage Bags  121   Javex regular scent  Bleach  J.6L a   Chompst  W j>...~~*~-..~*~~-*.  t  Glade  Air  1 -U Q ,Haa��a��M**aa��a***��:  Kleenex  Facial!  s   112x  .18x2b*-* im        H..w  lago-w��t)IMIB��  Colouring  tflCfl iHWHin  palWogi  29i  Silvan  Spring Water  1.51   Sweetener low calorie  Sugar Twin  100 pkis, 80 g   Huggies  Baby Wipes  80s   Habitant  Deli Pickles  750 ml   Alpha evaporated  Canned Milk  365 ml   R30 long life, indoor  Flood Lights  eoch   Astra  Fruit Cocktail  796 ml   Glad garbage bogs  Kitchen Catchers  24't   Fraser Gold pieces a stems  Mushrooms  284 ml   Totca  Croutons  Il4g   Sunshine Valley  Creamed Honey  SOOg   Fresh Phis  Ice Tea Mix  680 g   Coleman  Thermal Jugs  2L   Club Supreme  Laundry Detergent  SI   Measuring cup  Gravy Separator  each   Nacho Grande  Tortilla Chips  400 g   Nacho Grande  Salsa  JlSnH   Pumpkin Pie  2*��  anksgiving  Layers  iwi Butter Tarts  15  **-��a.-Sj.,.  read  368  ]38  .78  ]98  J48  J78  .78  .68  J68  268  4*48  2*8  249  J88  ]88  -<&$_,_  Apple Pte  J19  2"  Fiesta assorted flavours  Ice Cream  3��8  Armstrong soft  Cream Cheese  260 g  l78  Dairyland  Sourj��ream  ]38  Dakytand  Whipping Cream 1-48  500 ml  J,  Nature's Treat assorted  Fruit Yogurts |*0  Becel regular, light or twin  Soft Margarine -168  em_m_e_e_m_*_  _m_t_m Coast News, October 4, 1993  13  ��s���  HAVE A HAPPY  THANKSGIVING!  We will be open  Monday, October 11  from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  ^esea,e)UstQfeW(  oou specials you'll iw."a��'Y"u'e man  p"ces effeclive Mo'nTv nT!��' V��-*  y 10-6, M0���day - Tf  ���. i a  ������___i^Bakery 885-9823  :  PRODUCE  B.C. grown, fresh picked  Brussels  Sprouts  4H>/]00  Yams or  Sweet Potaoes  Mm  B.C. grown  Bartlett Pears Aft lb  B.C.grown,<lgrade  ������������...���.,..*  Green Cabbage 19 *  Granny Smith Apples     169-ea  3 b cello bog  X  Washington #1 grade, site A't  Russet Baker Potatoes    OA fl>  Mm  emtrnW  FRESH  CRANBERRIES  HAVE ARRIVED!  FROZEN FOODS  Delnor fancy peas, com or  Mixed Vegetables  lkg  268  Tenderflake regular, deep or mini  -    Pie Shells  320-350 g  218  NEWl York beef, turkey or  Chicken Pies  200 g  .88  Old South concentrate  Orange Juice QQ  3551*1..��  .<SFO  NEWl Michelina's International  Dinners 148  ''    227 g  "���*���  Tropical Sun white  Lemonade ESQ  355 ml  BJCPO  You 'll give  thanks  for this  Cornucopia  of Savings!  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MAWNt ��NOCOMnUCTKM MOUITNCI  CMTWMJMafMCOUT  HOWARD LAND aae ���������< ��  aa.iaaiicAD-.no.. 886-3231 SM-OAJiy  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  MMIMOAWAUMNHNO   ^  Jnlerior/Exlerior  Reasonable Rale       RENEW DECORATING  fmEtHmales 8854828  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers Coast News, October 4, 1993  15  leisure  The Acoustic  Gumboot Folk  Society's first  coffeehouse at  the Gumboot  Cafe in  Roberts Creek  featured  Nathan Curry  and Linda  Miller.  Charles Hart  photo  Group strives to revive interest in folk  by Ian Cobb  In some parts of the world, 13 is a lucky  number.  In the nation of Roberts Creek, there's a  hair professional wiih such an allegiance to  the often feared number.  The power of It helped Jeanette Moen  and 12 friends establish the Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society (AGFS).  After cutting AGFS production manager  Tom Clelland's hair one day, Moen and  Clelland started to discuss the idea of establishing a group that would promote and  bring folk music acts to the Roberts Creek  Hall and elsewhere on the Sunshine Coast.  With the idea planted, "I got 13 right off  the bat," Moen said of people interested in  forming a folk society.  Actually, the group, now numbering  about SO members from all over the coast  and Vancouver, isn't officially a society, as  they're waiting to hear back from the ministry of finance and corporate relations on  their application to be a non-profit society.  "I love music but I chose more to organize," said Moen of her position as president  d* lite AGFS;  "I'm a very motherly person and I like to  join people together," she said, adding music  is a perfect vehicle for such a task because of  harmony.  And Moen and the AGFS have already  successfully started bringing people together, boasting a sold-out show Sept. 22, featuring local artist Bob Carpenter and folk-legend Garnet Rogers.  'I'm proud of us. These 13  people we have on tbe team  are a team'  ���Jeanette Moen  AGFS artistic director/singer/song-writer  Barbara Lee Fraser said Rogers was  impressed with how he was treated on the  Sunshine Coast and said he would return.  "Garnet was very happy. He was really  energized by the crowd," said Fraser.  "We did well - really well" Moen smiled,  "I'm proud of us. These 13 people we have  on the team are a team."  In addition to receiving a warm welcome,  Rogers also received four pair of gumboots  and other mementos from appreciative fans.  Laden with gumboots, Rogers should  return to Eastern Canada with a firm memo  ry of (he area and the group.  The society came up with their name :  when some members weie sitting around in  the Gumboot Garden in Roberts Creek, seeking a recognizable tag.  "Everything in Roberts Creek is gumboot  this and gumboot that but when Gorden  Webber (ACFS publicity director) said what  about Acoustic Gumboot, we all just broke  up," Moen said, adding the different name  stuck.  With Rogers going away happy, the  group took their first real step toward their  "We'd like to get a reputation for treating  artists well and paying them well," Fraser  said.  "We also want to promote local talent and  pay local musicians and show them on stage  professionally," Moen said.  "There's some amazing local talent,"  Fraser quickly pointed out.  Mother ambition of the group is to promote Roberts Creel; Hall as a music venue.  One way of doing.lhat, Moen said, is to  hopefully, put ih a sound system "that would  stay'ther?)'  f ""  "We'd like to get a bare bones system  that can be augmented," Fraser explained.  Waxing nostalgic over Berkeley and the sixties  By Stuart Burnside  So, what were the sixties  really like?  Last Wednesday's arts centre  documentary movie, Mark  Kitchell's Berkeley in the Sixties, tried to show what the  decade meant to America.  The movie, focusing on the  youlh movement at the University of California's Berkeley  campus, looked at the underlying social problems of racial  and sexual discrimination common place for the time, as well  as looking at the role the Vietnam war played in thrusting a  large segment of the nation's  young toward outrage and  protest.  The film consisted of recent  interviews with some of the sixties youth movement leaders  while showing filmed highlights  of lhat troubled time.  There were scenes of violence, as riot cops clubbed  protesting students then dragged  them along the ground like lions  with a kill. There were shots of  students burning cars and  throwing rocks al police. There  was footage of peaceful protests  being gassed by national guard  helicopters.  In short, it was a movie about  confrontation, a film about the  status quo and those who would  change it.  Unfortunately, the film,  while interesting and full of fascinating footage, came across as  a walk down Nostalgia  Lane,  a  look-how-we-  changed-the-  world spectacle in  which only the  protesters were  allowed to speak.  By definition,  a 'documentary'         is charged with  sifting through fancy to find  fact. This means objectivity is  the goal and questions must be  asked of all sides of a given  issue. In Berkeley in the Sixties,  we are broadside by protester  prospective.  Any comments made by  those representing the 'establishment' - university presidents, cops, government officials - were restricted to things  said in the heat of the moment.  There were no modern day  Interviews with those representing the establishment aide of tbe  sixties arguments. Indeed, of the  /fi Berkeley in tbe  Sixties, we are  broadside by  protester  prospective  movies 117 minutes the  protester faction made their  points for 114.  One of the bit actors in the  film 1960s footage allowed to  actually have a speaking part  was the then governor of California, Ronald  Reagan. He was  seen three of  four times, for a  total of about a  minute, and each  time   was   allowed to wedge  his foot firmly           into the back of  his throat.  And, in that short time,  though not one of the protests  said what a horrible man he  was, we knew Reagan was an  establishment villain. Fair  enough. The film didn't explain  how Ronnie, 20 years later was  still so alive politically he was  swept by a landslide margin into  the office of president, where he  stayed for the maximum eight  years allowed.  It's not that Regan need be  regarded as a great man, it's just  that his side of the argument, his  retrospective on the sixties  should also have had a part in  the film, equally as important as  the views of the protest faction.  Many who participated in the  sixties unrest will feel short  changed by this assessment of  the film and say the writer is  too young to understand what  the sixties "were all about," why  sixties were such an important  time in the history of North  America."  Well, it's generally understood that the sixties was an  important time of change in  America and the world, but as  for knowing what that touted  decade was "all about" I still  don't know, and I've just seen  the movie.  Sltl  *mmm  KL  ���  LANDSCAPE CENTRE  ��� TOP SOU ��� WASHID SAU  CRUSHER DUST ��� AQUA KMT ��� PATIO BLOCKS  CU AR CRUSHED ROCK ��� OARDEN MIX.  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Gloves, good boots, hearing  protection and protective clothing are recommended. Tools  including long handled pruners,  maddocks and rakes will be  handy.  October tours  Saturday tours of the Caren  Range including the waterfall,  old-growth forest, berry picking,  Mount Hallowel and Caren peak  will run through October until  the snow flies.  Meet at Halfmoon Bay  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre  Salurdays from 10:30 am for  work parties, 11 am for tours.  For more information call 885-  2398.  The Caren Range park proposed by Friends of Caren is a  popular destination for hikers,  campers and naturalists. Please  help protect the area from further damage by logging.  Get along  little toggles  Dick Hammond  shepherds ��� fleet of  decorative driftwood  toward market  A German  Entrepreneur buys  the driftwood on the  Coast from local log  salvagers and ships It  across the Atlantic  where it's used as  garden decoration.  Stuart Burnside pholo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  on the arts beat  Pa.bliih.a-i  In   Gibsons.  B.  C,  Volume  ID. Numhti 40  Octeker 4.   1151  f&hz (Eoast N^uib  ���stria*. *��� OtowlDf  ItwilM Cent  PENDER HARBOUR SEEKS  FUTURE WATER SUPPLY  _m,-s  At Uii' last executive meeting ol tlte Pender Harbour  tnd District Board u( Trude  thc reservation ol ii polcnl.nl  future woler sjpi-Ij tm llie  Muiiiira Pork and Francis  Peninsula urea was discussed  nnd Mr Royal Murdoch was  ejected to orgnite a committee  (rum rctidents tn those ureas  tu eVnL with what will be a  necessity in the future.  The building of a road from  St. Mary's hospital to Irvines  Landing, adjacent to the coastline also came under consideration Some months ago a petition wu sent to the government by 64 residents, asking  thai this rur.d be put through.  As there are those who would  appose this projecl, the matter  ll of great interest In Uie  whole community.  Tht lighting ot part of road-  -wayi, docks and floats was  also dlscuaaed. Now that elec-  A breath  of heather  District resident* from The  Land O' The Heather are eagerly looking forward to the  popular Whit* Heather Variety Concert, coming direct  train Bonnie Scotland to the  Georgia Auditorium, Vancouv  cr, four nights, Thurs. to Sat.  October 17 18 It and 20.  Aa in past yean tha riot of  fun diow wUl future Scot-  Und'a leading entertainers. Il  wllj be iponaored by the St.  -Andrew a and Caledonian Society and the B. C. Pipers Association.  The Han Dili year will include Stanley Baxter. Scot  lard ��� newest comedy tenia-  Uon In hit first appearance in  <-t��rUl America' old favorite  W'i > Starr and his accordion  comedian Jimmy Neil, lovely  Ivy Carey, celebrated Scotiifih  soprano from the Psvllion  Theatre. Glasgow: Gordon  MauKenne. Scotland   , MWCit  "ing   discovery   and   Denis  i, imislrr al Hn piunu.  >nt the Kmii TJlWl-  Uic power, a commodity to  use tor the safety md benefit  of ill ullien* Ii HailaM<- the  utmosl cooperation of fovcrn  ExpUn-ttory Utter  Editor: For some monllii  now the Pender Harbour and  District Board of Trade has  lii-en endeavouring lo arrange  for the reservaiiiun ol Waiter  RighU around Haslam Luke  and Creek. We feel that this  should be done as soon as possible tor the benitlt of all who  live, and will come to live in  the Madeira Park and Francis  Peninsula an-a-i.  These are developing rapidly, and an adequate water supply will be euentiaj for their  well-being. The Governmenl  Dept. hu informed us that si  a Board of Trade, by reason ot  our eonilltution, we cannol  take any further action in the  matter, but lhat a Committee  of the residents and taxpayers  of those areas should l<e formed to deal with it.  There are not a few communities who are short of an  ample water supply today,  for their residents and businesses, because they failed to  obtain Water Rights on a potential source while it waa a*  vallablc,  We therefore have elected  Ur Royal Murdoch to organise  a committee to handle this  matter, aid ask that sll who  ���re interested should contact  Mm with a view to obtaining  this reservation,  K.I. Jermain,  Serly.-Treas.  Pender   Harbour and  District  Board of Trade.  ment departments, lhe B.C. I  Electric Co und community  groups   ii   iititi-ip-iii-ii   in   Un*  Thc di*plorable condilion of  the floats at Madeira Park  cams under review. Despite  ���rre*pondance wilh the department of public works  over many months, the accommodation there in no way  fills Utc need 'or np-lodaU-  floats tu replace the dclapl-  duted objects thai now have  to serve ai such Another letter wns sent recently to the  district engineer pointing out  that immediate steps must be  liken lo remedy the hazardous conditions ui lhat landing.  It is hoped thai work may be  undcrlaken shortly to replnn  the layout und modernize the  accomodation ai has been  done at so many other points  along the coast. i  Due to Ihere having been  no meetings during July and  August, it waf decided lo  postpone the annul' generat  meeting of Ihe Board until  Nov. 3, when it is hoped there  will be a record attendance.  The Smorgasbord, which ha*  iiecome such u feature at this  season will be held Oct. 2fltli.  The Board of Trade does  not put Ihe Smorgasbord on  merely tor conviviality but to  stimulate community and In*  ter-community Interest and  solidarity, tor the ultimate  benefit of all cilizeni.  ��� Sf" ,  a*****"  ���Z.J_rmmt*if  SPECTACULAR CAMPUS  of the University of B.C. at  Vancouver where weekly editors and their wlvei will  spend part ot the 38th annual  convention of the B.C, Division, Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association, Delegates  wiH attend a luncheon on the  ^_^_ \\\\\\_\\\_W\\  campus as guests of the university, Later they will visit  principal* tiiiildiimi and take  pari in a photo clinic sponsored jointly by the weeklies  and the university. The Isdles  will be guests nf the Home Economics Department while editors are studying photo-Jour  niiii-in ol lhe clinic,  New phone book  has 1,124 names  For fathers  Father* inleteitcd in seeiru;  Iheir lads in Boy Scouts or  Cuba, or who have in Interest  in Scouting arc urged to attend a Kiwanis club meeting  Tuesday'night at fl o'cock al  Danny *   Dining   room,  Kiwanis are Uriving to in  lerest parents tn berome st  livr in Scouting and thu*  make Gibsons one of the but  gruupn on lhe Peninsul-  2 escape  explosion  Frank Jorgensen and Andy  Hansen, ol the O'Brien Los*  glng Company had a narrow  escape recently when a small  lug blew up. The men noticed  a gas smell when they wenl  aboard lo fill the lank md  opened !*������"* holis and doors  lo let the fumes out.  An hour lltor they tilled  the tank wilh ga�� und had  jusl reached the deck *-he*i jii  -itai.ia.nni occurred, a   sheet  ������t OllIM set    th- inihing  According lo the new telephone directory effective Oct.  1 there have >>een increases  in all districts in the number ol  phones ' installed There are  1.124 names listed in this  district.  Gibsons shows 588 phones.  Sechelt 312, and Pender Harbour climbing upwitds wilh  J34. These figures are exclusive of those listed as loll stations .and there have been several new install * tonii aince  the directory was issued  The hook coven Gibsons  Squamish. Bowen Island, and  Sechelt. Pender Ifsrhour,  interim directories issued curl-  loll stations, and replaces the  icr this year for Pender Harbour and Bowen Island, at  well as lhe full directory lhat  appeared lost October, Thru  thousand cnpien have been  printed.  An emergency power plan!  lias beet) it iM nl led in the Pender Harbour telephone offke  in order thai MtvlCf ������-.���> be  mainlained during oower fail  um    announces   Eric     Mallet  North Shore district commercial manager. In recent weeks,  construction activity has resulted in power failures on  several occasions which In  turn has interrupted telephone  service  The gasoline-powered gsn  erst ing unit automatically  starts as the power (aits sod  shuts off when the electricity  is restored. Electricity Is necessary for charging batteries  and operating the ringing and  carrier equipment.  Invitations  sent out  Repreaenutivefl from Half  moon Bay, Selma Park, Davis  Bay and Wilson Creek will be  invited to attend thc nest  meeting or Hie Sechell Recreation Communion to decide  whether UlOtC f f ������nitlei  wish In t"r -  pro1**  Protective  clause in  agreement  A meeting ���l the Peaaiaaaula  Ovcrtliraa ('aaaaatrt -auuudataaat  , xt.aata,,. decided aa, udaj a.  prolecttvaa cl.aaae to the' et.  traact with Overture Caanrtfla  before returning it, and lata  plaan. to advance for form.ua*-,  uf the aaaa-ci.tita-i.  Suggeallona by Mr and Hal  Jim Parker of Sechelt, aa*  Harry Roberta of Wafca-a  Creek avere adopted.  Within the neat few day  neighbor, will be calling araa-ar  .11 the people from Port Biaa.  Ion to Pender Harbour, taa larval. Hum to become ma-anhat-s  of the a-Mclallon, They e_9  carry duplicate Interim *raa  ca.pt. fur recording latemta  .hip tee. aaad cxplaa-a.la-t*.  (older*.  The plan I. thla: To aaktakr  thc aervices of good Ra-t-a-tN  artist., for three avintatr em.  cert., an auaoci.tiun la tatita-r  formed, the membaar.hl|a Ik  for which I. ge.oO. The m  cent, ia provincial ama-aaam-aaaa  tax. If Bulficlent me-taWr  loin llhe target la 979), aha.*,  caamanjttee will be able t*  ajauo-aa from the artlau areata*  able.  Should the mcmberablp fca*  below 900. memberahlp fear  will baa returned to all hatem.  et Interim recepu.  Ticket, may be loaned *A��  friend, or borrowed ft-a-tr  member. If they .re unable fr  attend. Out-alder, holding a**.-  erturea Concert menabaaraMff  may aalaao .Mend.  Heading thc executive em  the prcldent, N. It. McKatt-a.  aecreury. R. Burn. traatM-t-t-ta  D L. Cope and vice-prattaallM-t  A. Johnaton and D. Wiiilt.qta  with their dlactrlet teem tea.  tain.  Young At Ait is a program of  children's workshops that  includes a wide variety of craft  and art forms. Beginning next  week (Oct. 7, 14 and 21) the  Arts Centre is having Papier  Mache Puppets, for eight years  and up. Also Origami for Beginners for six years and up will be  held Oct. 28, Nov. 4 and 18.  Everyone is welcome to join  in on Trudy Small's Collage Art  workshop which includes both  the young and young at heart.  Small will demonstrate, then  help you create your own art  collage.  Bring all the little things you  thought had no home - such as  buttons, beads, foil, fabric, plastic, puzzles or what have you.  Registration is $25 for adults or  $5 for a child if accompanied by  a paid adult. Join us on Oct 17  from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm.  A new workshop has just  been added to our schedule. Jan  Poynter will be offering a water-  colour workshop Nov. 8 and 9  from 10 am to 2 pm for adults -  cost $35.  For more information and  registration for these workshops  call the Arts Centre at 886-2543.  The annual juried show  'View' will commence this  weekend with a public commentary and discussion by juror  Sally Michener at the centre  Sunday, Oct 10 at 2 pm.  Everyone is welcome to  attend. Artists who want to enter  work are reminded that the  deadline for delivery to the centre is Friday, Oct 8 at 4 pm. Be  sure to pick up a copy of the  entry form well in advance and  consider the question being put  to artists: what standards for  selection do you think are  important?  Tina Thomson's exhibition of  paintings and monoprints entitled Baby and Me is in its final  week of display in the gallery  ending on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 4  pm.  This exhibition was sensitively reviewed by Darah Hansen in  the Sept. 27 edition of the Coast  News.  Arts Centre hours are  Wednesday to Saturday, 11 am  to 4 pm and Sundays 1 to 4 pm.  Drive opens  to aid blind  C N. Henniker chair m��  and members of lhe Ptntnato  District brancli of The Csas  adlan Institute (or the _Wm  h* - *>nnounced lhat lb* m-  tur t'   i   fur m  VY/ p,  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  Christian Ukrainian group  to perform at Raven's Cry  Touring to our area is a group of singers from the Ukraine accompanied by Gregor Brier, a well reputed concen pianist from Germany.  As well as performing on the conceit stage he was the conductor  of Ihe Braunschweig Philharmonic Orchestra.  Travelling with the musicians is Reverend Bob Parschauer, Canadian-born missionary speaker who is head of Word of Life Fellowship for Europe.  Along with the music, the program will feature an audio-visual  presentation, personal testimonies and information about the Christian Church in Eastern Europe.  YOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YQU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 oi 886-2622  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Foroot Producta Ltd.  Competitive Price*  ��� I    886-7033 Coast News, October 4, 1993 17  ��^>  Entries must ba postmarked  by Wednesday, October 13.  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Two Personalized Update Packages  Your confirmation of entry package  (received in late Nov.) includes  Note Thett services aie opkmal  and noi a requirement lor entry To  pity me bonus contests wiinout  including payment see contest rules  ��� your player selections,  current points and rank  ��� all trading details.  ��� a unique hotline access number.  ��� details on Weekend Winners'  ��� improved 3-in*1 Scorecard.  your final player roster,  points to date and current rank,  documentation of any trades  you made  details on Playoff Payoff".  ...2. 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Automatic Entry Into Two New Bonus Contests  More chances lo win great prizes; ail Irom the convenience of your own phonel  The improved Scorecard  helps you track youi teams  weekly performance any  trades you make PLUS how  you are doing in the two  new bonus contests-  WEEKEND WINNERS &  PLAYOFF PAYOFF  'details in 1st package  IMPORTANT-  A contest based on  \_    predicting Ihe outcome  B ��- Pro games played  (   over the weekend. The  contest will run for 8  consecutive weeks.  Playoff  An exciting playoff contest  that lets you change up to NINE (9)  players from your season ending roster  before the playoffs begin (points are not  i carried over from the regular season;  "details in 2nd package      everyone starts again at zero).  To receive alt of the services above, you must check the applicable box  on the entry ballot and Include $$ (payable to SportsMark Inc.).  Group 01  1 D Wayne Greliky. LA 65  2nPatLaFonta.ne.BUF 148  3DAdamOates.BOS 142  4 D Pierre Turgeon. NYI 132  5D Steve Yzerman DET 137  Group 03  1D Pavel Bure VAN 110  2QDougGilmour TOfl 127  3D BreltHuM.STL 101  4D Jeremy Roenick, CHI 107  5DMatsSundm QUE      114  Group 07  1 OD.no Occarelii DET     97  2 DRon Franc-s PIT        100  3CjDa.eHawerchuk BUF 96  4 QPnil Housley. WPG      97  5 D Mark Messier NYR     91  Group 11  1 ��� Benoit Hogue NYI 75  2nValenKamensky OUE37  3DDimitNKhnslich WSH 67  4 D Alexander Semak NJ  79  5 D Alexei Zhamnov WPG 72  Group 02  IDA Mogilny.BUF 127  2DMarkRecchi.PHI 123  3DLiJcRob.!a.l,e.LA 125  4 Q Teemu Selanne WPG 132  5DKevin Stevens. PIT     lit  Select one player Irom  each of the IB groups.  Indicate your selection by  placing en (X) in the box.  Last season's final point  totals are included.  Mallentryto:  Hockay Drift Sw*p��til<H  c/oCoutNiwi  B��460,GlbiOMBC  VON IVO  t  Group 04  1D D Andreychuk. TOR Ml 1"  2D Eaac Landaos PHI 75   2 Z  30 Kirk Majller, MTL 94! 31  4D Gary Robens. 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PRINT CLEARLY IN CAPITAL LETTERS  t$JtU/\     ro receive j" ot iheentra services choc* the v��S oo* below and include $5payable to Spo'lsMa'k inc  YES,   i nave .re-.Hied 85 (includes appi-rao e taxes) to receive two personaii/ed updale packages  trading privileges on-line weekly access lor point and rank updates the 3-in-1 Scorecard and  ���,��        , automate entry mto Weekend Winners and Piayolt PayoU  \?nV|t��/ NO:   I do noi WiS.1 lo request tne extra se'v-ces  Address  City  Postal Code  '  Phone (Hi  nn : i li.ij  middle initial  .TITED  Cneckone  4 '      I am a subscriber  5 '     id like inlormation about  becoming ___ subscriber  6, _ I buy lhe paper at a newsstand'box  Please check age  0 [ I le&.unde-  6 L 19-2-*  7;~'25-34  Province  j  j (Bl [  - 35 - 49  50 & over  .    !    I    I    I    L  For internal use only  CN  Gibsons  ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13.  ENTER BEFORE OCT. 13TH  J4_*______J1_1_*, 18  Coast News, October 4, i yys  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run yozir classified ad t5 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  mfmrn GibSOnS &  ��� Sechelt Offices  1    Homes &  Properly  CENTRAL GIBSONS  Spacious 1 bdrm . 1 year lownhouse overlooking golf course,  mln view Irom dinette, bright  home, large l.rm.. dm rm., quiet,  private 7 appis RV parking 38*  555 Eaglecrest Dr.. $132,900.886-  0461 Mlw  Sewered lol in town ol Sechell.  5728 Trail Ave. (access via lane  oil Surl Circle). S62.900. (604)  763*0157 M2w  Cant land 634 Tralee Place. Gibsons' Its oH Reed Rd.. 1 blk E ol  North Rd. - ovei 2100 sq. It, 4  bdrms 3 baths, lam rm., nal. gas.  quiet cul-de sac wilh ravine and  creek al rear Asking $211,000.  Try oilers anrj/or trades wilh owner  now1 Peler Davidson 886-4210  Only have one ol these - you  snooze, you loose ��40c  Homes &  Properly  Gibsons 3 bdrm. 2 balh 1 yr. old  duplex (strata) Garage and car*  port, sundeck. nice treed yard. 5  appl., $134,500. 298*5215 Hilda.  Sutlon Group. Excel.        MOw  752 Hwy 101.50x268101,3 bdrm.  older house. $165.000.886*9049  ss  Haltmoon Bay. Hat 1/2 acre lol.  across park near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663. ss  Hwy 101 Wilson Creek. 2 acres 8  shake mill buildings. $172,000.  886*8651 or 886*2240.      ��41cn  1/2 acre ot land. Roberts Creek.  $60,000 538*8729. ss  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil al reasonable  rale W D Excavating, 886 9764  orcein .11-220* 152 tins  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 completely read back  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, we ore  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 Ihe cost  of the ad itself.  Please report any error IMMKMATHY  by colli.* M4-3622 or US-3930  Monday lo Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  It  23  /TT%  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  11  30  2  (great  Business and Home  Seivices  3S  VideAj  Business Opportunities M  ,  Campers  Child Care  28  37  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  For Renl  33  31  SB  For Sale  21  Obituaries ���  Found  11  3  Free  It)  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Msrnt  22  34  Storage  Thank You  M  I  Home* Ptoperty  1  Too Lale to Classify  40  In M*mo nam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Tucks  at  Lost  10  Wanted  is  Maiine  20  Wanted to Rent  22  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  22  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  0  M  DROP OFFYOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883*2888  In Halfmoon Bay  II <& J STORE 885*8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885*3400  DfADUNE IS 5 00 PM TH  ii     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksldc Pharmacy)  88(3-2622  ���,*~-j_-" litfja'I  ���at*                      /   W  r,     ?..**,,,  airrjHl          "*"*]  \ ft  The smiling staff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily take your classified ad, because it's one  of our Friendly People Places!  I    Homes &  Property  Snowbird Special! Let me plant  you in your new home. Palm  Desert. Palm Springs, Indio.  $51,000 ��� 1VI Some on golf  course. Trudt Greig. 24 yrs. in  business Village Realty FAX 619-  340-3337, phone 619*340*3337,  res. 619*346*7189. M5w  WATERFRONT  Pnme waterfront lots. 100 It. X 300  It., in beautilul Powell River. BC  Priced at $51,900 each, view lots  priced al $39,900 each. Phone  Barry Lang 485*2741 or 485*4748  Molloy Pemberton Realty    ��41w  LOWER GIBSONS  Custom built post & beam construction home on 2 lovely view  lots. 2700 sq II on 2 levels,  sunken living room Lower lloor  legal suite Multi-dwelling zoned.  Seaview 8 Beach Road. Oilers lo  $250.000 686*3281.        H4lcn  ROBERTS CREEK  4 5 acres ol beautilul Ireed property with seasonal creek Lots ol privacy Zoned lor 2 homes Ideal lor  hobby (arm Asking $125.900.886-  2352 ��41cn  Spectacular View. Sechelt ��� 2  bdrms. & F/P up, 1 bdrm./in-law  suite down, minutes walk to neighbourhood manna, gol! courso &  park. By owner. $169,900. 885-  2000. Mlw  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  'Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St.. Boa 1219  Sechelt. BC. VON 3A0  885*3211 FAX 885*2699  Van Toll Free 684*8016  Five wooded acres. Langdale  area. Creek . some view,  $135,000 firm. No agenls al all!  886-4714 ss  Large level lot close to town,  glimpse of Porpoise Bay. $75,000.  791*6398. #41w  DECORATING?  Need help wilh your colour coordination * New blinds? Smart, attractive valances? Fumilure arrangement? Exterior colour and design  problems? Call Cheryl Law * Decorating Consultanl 886*7372,9 am ���  9 pm. Bonzer Board Special  $159.95 (reg. $169.95).     MOcn  Creekside Estates ��� great building  lol, view, close to everything. Lot  90, near Tricklebrook Way and  Crucil, by owner, $76,000. 922-  3559. MOw  Large, bright, family home, includes 4 bdrms, F/fl, sun/play  room, etc. Features large yard  area, skylights, oak flooring, solid  pine cabinets, solid pine and  French doors. 1543 Cypress.  $199,000,886*2718.        i40cn  5305 CEDAR VIEW PLACE  New, large execulive home  w/great view of Trail Islands. 3800  sq. ft. w/level entry, 4+ bdrms, 3  baths, gas, 700 sq. ft. unfurnished  for more bdrms or suite. Exquisite  interior, skylights, hardwood, tiled  entries, French doors. Definitely  best value. $288,000. No commission. No GST. OPEN HOUSE Sat.  t Sundays 12 *4pm. 885-3572.  HOcn  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on privale  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885-2253. no agents.       ss  Lot Reed Rd. East. 48x168', s. lacing, gentle slope, ocean view,  w/more potential. Waler t driveway in. power, cable & phone at lot  line. By owners, $70K. 1-486*7698  no agenls  t40w  SEAITVITD  1  OARY WHITE  M6-6107.1-361-4390  1    Homes &  Piocetlv  Announcement  Soames Poinl. 932 Feeney. View.  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up. 2 bdrm suite. 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake rool.  French windows. $235,900. 886*  0081,351 -7866 alter 6pm      ss  Sarah and Josh are proud to  announce the birth ol Morgan  Gailyn Page on Sept. 26,1993.  ���40c  Harry Corlelt passed away suddenly Sept. II. 1993 at age 89.  Special thanks to all nurses and  stall on second floor al SI. Maiy's  Hospital From Bruce & Family.  ���40c  Stuart B. Brown  yiwiw-wit^itn  ' Gonna hitch a ride  head (or the other side  leave it all behind  nm chanse my mind.  Gciina sail may  sunlights another day  FreedCiTionmymind  Cany ine away for  the last time..."  WE'LL MISS YOU STU  (Affectionately  tacvmasSVEN)  MoKktatw-  Dunurv Kavov aUkit,  J*cr*ajtllrtc,SM,Jimlc>  aMHtia\  COUNSELLING  tor individuals, couples, and families. Mary Lang (RSW/MSW) 886-  6144. MOw  Kim Watts ��� contact your lather  belore it's too late. 886-4728.M1 w  WEST COAST  FIRST AID  TRAINING  Industrial First Aid  70 hours $425. Oct. 4  Evenings & Weekends  ChNdMfe  Evenings ��� Nov. 9& 10  Survival Flrat Aid  One day ��� Nov. 6  CPR Laval A  Heart saver  Evening* Nov. 18  CPR Laval D  Babyaavar  Evenings ��� Nov. 19  Emergency First Aid  One day ��� Dec. 4  CALL 8854757  ANGUS MACKENZIE  HIGHLAND DANCE STUDIO  Former World Highland Dancing  Champion. Member Scottish  Dance Teachers Assoc President  of BC Highland Dancing Assoc  Opening new studio. Sechelt area  Call lor info 1-687-KILT or 885-  0676 I42cn  WINE MAKING CLASSES  Free during October. Great saving! to data members. Imported  grape concentrate. Phone 886-  022S. tin  Environmentally Concerned  about lhe products you use? 885-  0472. I42w  Acupressure - Reflexology.  Relieves stress and tension. Call  886-9234. ��42w  The Gibsons Winter Club is under  new management. Cutlers wanled  at all levels including beginners.  Open curling Ocl. 748, 7pm -  11pm and Sal, Ocl. 9, 2*4pm and  7*11pm Video and personal  instruction available. For more  information call Gibsons Winter  Club al 886*7512. ��40cn  Qualified tutor available. All subjects, grades 4 ��� 8, language skills,  all ievels. incl. adults. Phone Barb  at 886-9005. M1w  Attention Herbal Lile and Herbal  Weight Loss custom >rs. For  prompt friendly service and Iree  delivery call Herbal Life independent distributor. Debbie at 886-  2238 M1w  Dominique's  Sue  ANC  "School of Dance  R.A.D. Ballet Classes  o, A*   from3Ynf��0ld  toAdvinctd  --'���  886*2346  V >��*fc->v.**J'��i  .tliillafcaleio^  f * *.* *,_  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  A  Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Good)' Bass, & Fun  CallM5-6S03tO  rjookyoorsl  ATTENTION AU ARTISANS  Giant Chrislmas Craft Fair, Nov.  20 la 21, Gibsons Legion Hall.  Betty 886*2673, Jackie 886-8895  ��41w  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER��  v*X��- Relaxation for  JK*. thebody  J? and the mind.  886-4274  Gibsons k Sechell Locations  Lay-away for Christmas with  AVON. 886*3504. MOw  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7863,24 hour line. tfn  HORSE SHOW  Sat., Oct. 9, Western Day; Sun.,  Oct. 10, English jumping. Al the  nng behind Gibsons pool. Info 886-  3059. MOw  BROOKS I MILLER  FLOW COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  ��nva7t��**at-ll  Frtm-iPmn  mAIICohurtot  .','/  ..in*-m-r.m>  BUI Wood  SECHELT  New 2600 sq. tt. rancher ��� 800 sq  II. inlaw suite with view in Robens  Creek. Over 1/2 acre and shon  walk to beach. This 4*5 bdrm.  home has spacious kitchen with  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite with  F/P. There are too many exlras lo  mention. Flooring and cabinets can  slill be selected. $289,000. 886-  0380 or 886*0684. tfn  Coita Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical fruit trees, minutes to  beaches. $22,500. Owner 885-  5157. ss      _    Lot I Mounlainview Drive, partial f*i<Me Readings * for appoint*       takmq an art CLASS?  view lot. level and cleared in a ments wilh Kalawna phone 885-  We have ,he iargesl selection ol  quiel cul-de-sac with all under* 5784 toi! Iree 1-977-7449  #42w  ground services. Private panhan-  CABINETREE  AU types of cabinets  and wall units.  Hardwood, ply &  solid wood only  >AME_%m&mn  f  Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  * I'nrnwmt 4 Mfrrnnnv.il of  unwanted h*r  * Umtincofflpuleriaml  thmnolyiiii k Mrnd mrlhoda  * Complimentary 10 min.  introduction  * Certified Tlectrt.lyrist  * Evrninn appnintmi-nh available  * Privacy of homebwrd studio  For appointment call 886-7756  EACLE HIDCE  VtTWINARY HOJMTAl  Saving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  naslloBlgMartSKM  .  885-5158  ART  Children's or adult's classes, privale tutorial, lamily ait and special  home visits lor elderly Individualized instruction in painting and  drawing. Call 886*0014 lo pre-register. MOcn  Gibsons 'older* molhers ol infants  / toddlers and pre-schoolers,  where are you? II you would like lo  meel wilh us, please call the Infant  Developmem Program, 885-5940  for inlormation, Mien  Experience the Release ol Tension Irom Polarity Therapy. II is a  touch technique which aims at Ihe  balancing ol Ihe body's vital energy and Ihe release of tension. Call  Vonnie lor appointments 883-  9853. ��42w  WOMEN'S SOCCER  Looking lor women to put together  a competitive soccer leam. ASAP.  Please call Mokie at 885*4626 or  Charly 885-9379. ��41w  This Christmas  giva a portrait...  Pets, kids, yourselfl  Beautifully executed  colour pencil portraits.  MaHaoopyolyour MB  Isvcurite pro*) with **>#�����#  oheque or m/o lotto 291, Gibsons  VON 1V0. Delivery 6-8 weeks  Know Thyself! Your life is in your  hands. Palmistry reading by  Dometria. For queries and appointments 885*0261 I41w  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help,     nc  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886*9903. 885*7484, 866*9059.  Al-Ateen 886*2565 or 885*7484.  mmmm  {   QUALITY  f Office Services  k (here to urn Gibsons)  T f) WORDPROCESSING  t �� HUNG  ai , BINDING SERVICES  I * BUCK i WHITE i  f COWVRSCANN1NG  at MASONAMMATtS  I Call Today 116*261$  * ltwpnOO# Fox  hmmm  NEW CONCERT IN  WEIGHT LOSS  Lose up to 25 lbs in 1 month and  feel g'reat. All natural. Doclor  approved, 100% guiranteed or  money refunded. Wendy 886-  3067. #40cn  Sunshine Cosst Transition  A sale place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 885*2944 tfn  For sale: Van conversion, Ford  150, 1980. Good condition, low  mileage. 8864520. tfns  9 Weddings  Bryan Edwardson (youngest son  ol Norman and Dietta Edwardson,  Madeira Park. BC) was married to  Tanis Crozier (parents Layton and  Edie Crozier. Valemounl, BC) on  Sept. 18. 1993 al 4 pm al SI.  Andrews Church in Madeira Park.  The bride was absolutely gorgeous  in her mermaid wedding gown. Her  matron ot honour Dodie Edwardson and Iwo bridesmaids Diane  Smith and her sister Tasandra  Crozier wore knee length royal  blue dresses with hals lo maich.  The groom's best man was Steve  Hanna and his two ushers were  the groom's brothers. Lonny and  Randy Edwardson. all from  Madeira Park. ��40c  A Bus 885-29231  RM.885-E058I  ��� ������taP'********  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd lobs.  885-3917. tins  Require home ASAP lor male cat.  Himalayan in colour, with big blue  eyes. Stray ��� cannot keep. 886*  3848. ��40cn  Grey Siamese, female, recenl  operation on leg. Near King Rd.  886*2049. ��40cn  art supplies in stock on Ihe Sun*  die'a'ccess ^e"ady'tobuil��d''your *n8 council Christmas Craft Fair, shine Coast, Showpiece Gallery,  dream home. $79,000. Call 886* Dec. 4. For entry form 886*8261 280 Gower PI. Road. Gibsons 886*  3812 Of 328-5534. ss     and886*4863. ��42w    9213. ��43cn  Male >. lemale cockatiels in large  cage. $75.886*4536        ��42cn  Pure bred Black Angus bull, 2 yrs.  old tor sale or service. Easy lo  view. Steve Sawyer 886*2277.  I42W  Beautiful Golden Retriever X pups.  Choose soon. Near Ihe duck pond.  885*5527. M1w  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles 8  levels 8a applied theory. Firsl lesson Iree. Avail, days & eves. Steve  885-7067. M2cn  Piano Tuning  -*:  repaiis  ���appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886*2843  Learn to play  Highland  Bagpipes  jmmteletmra for ullages  886-S875  Skateboard stolen Irom Elphie  tocker.Sepl. 10* U/redw/3 aliens.  Please iemm, cal JJWjou al 888*  0347 weird. MOD  Blues, jazz, classical piano taught  by professional enterlainer. All  ages. Gibsons/Sechelt. 8660281.  MOw  Wittwln. School ol Hut le  Piano * Guitar - Voice * Woodwinds. Beginning choir 3-5; Children's choir 5*7; Gill's choir 8*14;  Boy's choir 8*14; Adull choir 20+  Beginners welcome, Iree 1/2 hr.  consultations. 885*2460 Davis  Bay. MOw  Korg T3, $2000; Peavy Bandit 75,  $150; Traynor Bloc 100. $100;  Effect Pedals, $80*. 886*8095,  tfns  ARIZONA  2 bdrm lum. 'vacation villa' in  relirement complex. Golf course,  pools, and more. Sun City area.  Nov.. Dec. $900 US/mo. 886-7064.  MOcn  SUNSHINE GOLFERS DREAM  7 NIGHTS MYRTLE BEACH  $999. CHARTER, 685*2965  Mien  7 yr. old standard brad gelding.  Needs experienced rider. $800; 16  yr. old Pinlo gelding, quiel, great  w/kids. $500.885*0737 leave message. ��42cn  TROPICAL FISH  GOLDFISH  25c & up, supplies - equipment.  886*9890. ��40w  Wirehaired Fox Terrier puppies,  purebred, born Aug. 25. $350.  Phone 883*2400. Mow  I 1/2 yr. ok) goat, tern., pad Nub-  bian, pad Toganberg Very friendly, very smart, needs a kind and  loving home, $75,885*7473. MOw  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog - cat boarding. Experienced  dog trainer. 'Science Diet' pet  loods 886*8568. tfn  Belgian draught horse, good worker, well mannered. 17 hh gelding,  harness, $1350.886*3924. M1w  Preschool toys, good quality; Barbie dolls, clothes, and equipment.  885*6026. *41w  Manual push lawn mower; super  eighl movie camera. 885*7144.  Mlw  Small molorcycte, must be in good  shape, inexpensive, larger than  SOcc. 883*9297. M1cn  Car dolly lor mid size car ��� reasonable. 885*4114. MOw  Lg. cheap old house trailer for storage, condition not important, will  move. 885-9357. tfn  Outboard motor (10*25 HP) lor  Sea to Sky Outdoor School. 886  2258. MOw  Fishing rod - a good sail waler;  sturdy enough lo land Ihose whoppers! Reasonable $. Call 886-7355  lve mess. Urn  Hotwheels with redhnes on tires  wanled by private collector. 885-  9306 llns  Used building materials in good  cond. . buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials. 5653 Wharl Rd.,  Sechell. 885-8889 Recycle &  Save. Un  Good home wanted lor cross  Shepherd & Collie. Female,  spayed & has shots. 886*7682.  MOcn  ShepheroVRotweiller male, needs  room lo run. TLC. 885*0737.MOcn  1980 Mazda GLC lor parts. Huns.  885*7942. MOcn  Urgently required; loving home for  10 yr -old neutered male and 9 yr -  old spayed female cats. Quiet  home wilh no young children. 886-  3846. MOcn  Clothes dryer, 5717 Porpoise Bay  Rd, 885*2079. MOw  Yamaha trombone, $200. Alter 5  pm, 885*9383. MOcn  Voice, piano, keyboard lessons in  your home. 886*9630.       MOw  VIOLIN  Classical. Celtic and old lime fiddle  styles IS yrs prol. exp., 8 yrs  teaching exp. Bill Terry, B.A.,  B.Mus. Sen. Disc. 885*4606 after 4  pm. MOw  Baby grand piano. 'Liebermann*.  $6000. View al Taffy's, Madeira  Park Cenlre. Phone eves. 885-  6410. MOcn  125 MX, hydrophonic lights, dryer,  aluminum siding. 8mm camera,  projector, old bed/couch, toys, elc.  etc.. 1056 Fairview oil Pratt. Sal. &  Sun., 10*4.886*2653.        MOw  Moving sale Sal., Oct. 9,10 am,  623 Shaw Rd. MOw  Flexsleel chesterfield and chair;  colonial rockers; Irpnrite ironer;   bedroom suite; rototiller; anchor ,  chain; household articles too  numerous lo mention. Sale Oct. 16  . 17 rear 5766 Boulevard Door  opens at 10 am. Mlw  1920s ��� 1940s overstuffed sola  and/or chair, burgundy color. 885-  7132. M2cn  Anyone who witnessed an accident on Sept. 22,1992 at 8:25 al  East Porpoise Bay wharf please  contact Sheldon Seigel al Asche*  son-Shaw 384*6262.        M2w  Fridge in good cond., white or  almond, LH door. 885-5007 M2w  VCR 4 head in good cond. 886-  2622 Sue. tins  Small dogrun. also small dog bed  for 15*18 bs. dog. 685*3789.#40w  Yellow Lab/Golden Retriever X  preler 7-12 week old pup. lemale.  will consider young adull. 879-  2226 (collect) alter Sept. 26M1cn  Furnace lor mobile home. 883  2555. M1w  Washer & dryer, good working  order, $225.885*5884.       MOW  Inglis W/D, $450.885*3642. M2w  McClary 16 cu. It. Iridge, H.G., new  comprs.. $449; McClary 30 cu. fl.  cont. clean H.G. slove, $279;  McClary 14 cu. fl. fridge, almond,  $429; while WestH. 30* sell-clean  stove, $449; Modem Maid black  self-clean wall oven, $389; Hoover  while port, dryer, $199; Danby  white pod. dryer. $199; Danby 12V  5 cu. It. while Iridge. $389; Den*  more 18 cu. It. upright freezer  w/new comp., $379; Kitchenaid  built in dishwasher, $259; Ptiilco S  by S 21 cu. fl. while fridge, nearly  like new. $749; Caloric countertop  slove wilh grill . Ian, $2*67; Kenmore 30* while slove, $279; Kenmore heavy duty white dryer,  $249; Gurney 30* st. steel &  almond slove. $279; Inglis almond  washer. $339. and more! All appliances reconditioned w/warranty  Irom 90 days lo 2 years. Phone  Bjorn 885*7697 or Corner Cupboard 885*4434. Will buy non-  working Iridges 8 stoves. 885-  7897. M2w  Almond Admiral slove. $200;  Braun Micro Tech III exhausl Ian.  variable speed, light almond. $100.  Both excellenl shape. 886*9569.  <42cn  GE 30* easy clean range, almond,  $275 886*8033 Mlw  Three electric commercial gnll lop  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Conlact Dave al  SI. Mary's Hospital. 865*2224.  local 60. tfn  Futon mattress, custom made, 8"  with loam. 3/4 size, $120 obo. 886-  0962. M2cn  Beige 3 pee. couch, loveseat,  chair. Exc. cond. $500.883*2930.  M2cn  Recliner-rocker, brown velvet, exc.  cond.. $150 obo. 886*829i,Mlcn  2 new single beds, Sealy Posture-  pedic. $250 each. Phone eves.  885-6410. MOcn  Used lumiture and misc. 2nd hand  goods. "Castaways' Molly's Lane.  Wed.-Sun., 11am-4:30pm. 886-  8078. or 886*4930 MOw  Round oak lable, 40* diam, two  chairs, $590 obo. 886*9651 MOw  ^_m_M_m L-oabi news, uctooer %   i *r**->  25   Campers & RVs  7 tt. earthtone colored cheslerlield  good shape, $150.886-4950  M2cn  Large antique table 8 4 chairs;  fold-out couch; couch & loveseat,  bunkbeds. 885*0604.        MOw  Kenmore washer, $100; men's (I)  goll clubs and bag, $60.885*7093.  M2cn  Carport/storage structure. 20x20,  steel Irame, $449.885*0168.  Mien  IOOITOLUMBII  NRTAIUIANDUW  I Mill SiRVKI Will  COMIIOYOURNOHRfr  ���  ToeuiYouaioos.  iMboaze  Computer, printer, and photocopier. IBM compatible Tandy  lap-lop, including mouse, software, and many exlras. $600;  printer $150. Canon copier, $350;  or lirm $9O0 lor all. Nearly new.  885*5473 eves M2cn  King size waterbed complete.  Kenmore portable dishwasher,  solid wood kilchen lable with 2  malching chairs 886-0002. M2cn  BELL KIOTO 5 helmet, brand new:  Gerard helmet with Scolt goggles;  AXO motocross bools, size 9 1/2.  $300 obo lor all. 885*7401. M2cn  For all your  renovation needs call  Ra-taVDa-ULL  CONTRACTING  ��� Ralda-nUal  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  Call Bruce ��85-1949  Kenmore range, self-clean oven,  almond. $100 obo. 886-3846  before 9 pm. M2cn  Fuel lank wilh pump, lits behind  cab ol Iruck. $250 885-5444  M2cn  Moving sale ��� furniture, household  items. 886*2202. M2w  Tuna frozen at sea, most latge,  $2 00/lb., $1 75 lor 100/lbs. or  over. 12'6pm Arctic Fox ll, govnl.  wharl. MOw  ' Dishwasher, slove lop. eye level  oven, fan * all fits in area of dishwasher, great lor small kitchen,  clean 8 all working, $750 obo;  massage lable, $125; neO-angle  shower, needs front, $50; plywood  headboard lor single bed, $30:2*  brush polisher, greal for scrubbing  your deck, $5: assortment ol used  lires. 685*3360 belore 9 pm.(42cn  200 amp HORBART gas welding  machine. 886*7882. M2cn  Malching almond Iridge 8 slove  lor sale, working cond., $150.886-  3573. Mlw  2 Ford Iruck radiators; weedealer;  tablesaw All in good shape. 885-  5335 aft. 6pm. M1w  Fisher woodslove * Papa Bear.  $450; Anex healer. $75; portable  washer. $30; pool table. $350.  885*9772. Mlw  STRAWBERRIES  Yes. we slill have lots!!! Ever-bearing, pesticide Iree. Mason Rd.. U-  pick, Si/lb. 5873 Mason Rd. Peking days ��� Wed. 8 Sal. 885*3506.  Mlw  SHAKLEE  Products lor health enhancement  & environmentally friendly cleaners. 865*0472. M2w  WATER FILTERS  Guaranteed to remove bacteria,  lead, chlorine, elc. 885-0472.M2W  ATTEN. SENIORS!!  Motorized scooter, pace saver.  Runs good, good baits.8 charger.  $10O0.885*6299. M2w  Windsurfer. 9' custom; Pioneer  Pro61 chainsaw; dynamic 204 cm  Slalom skis, reasonable. 885-  5646. M2w  Two approved woodsloves. $200  8 $250. one cast miniature wood  lathe $100 one 10' Delia bench-  top tablesaw. less than 4 hrs.  used. $110 885*5795       MOw  Black 1 Decker Workmaie 2000  lowing sawhorse, $50 obo. 886-  2622 Sue. tins  Utility trailer heavy duly, lully  enclosed. 13 in wheel. S80O 886*  3559. Mien  SEA KAYAK SELL OFF  Sunshine Kayaking Ltd., Gibsons.  BC. The Annual Fall Sale ol our  libreglass kayak fleet begins Ocl.  1 on a lirst come basis. If you  have been looking to get into owning your own but have found il just  too expensive, here is a golden  REDWKSGLERS  Now available lor composting.  Compiele set-up kits. also. 885  7870. Mien  Viking elec range, self-clean,  almond, $350; Royal Albert PenPoint 8 place selling (5 pes.)  numerous exlra serving pieces,  $500.885-7011 or 859-9991 #40w  4x8 utility trailer, 14 in. tires. $550.  885*4851 alt. 6pm. ss  5 II. Amer. Standard gray bathtub  and plastic shower surround. $75;  6 drawer dresser. $45.885*4114.  MOw  Inglis washer, GE dryer, 30" stove,  $150,866-2792. MOcn  XL1A0 chainsaw, good working  cond, $100.886*2560.      MOw  9 dr. dresser, Ig. mirror, humidifier  (cabinet style); exercise bike; Ig.  trunk; wheelbarrow; moving dolly.  886*7990. MOW  Pacilic Energy air-light F/P insert  stove,  variable  speed  Ian,  29-X24-X21-, $600 obo. 986*1156,  MOw  Two cockatiels wilh cage, large  perch and access��� $100 obo;  black bar set. 3 stools. $100 obo;  older cabinet. Singer sewing  machine, many attachments,  works well, $150 obo. 886*0242  before 10 pm MOcn  Patio set lor sale, four chairs and  one lable, while. $45/sel. Brad  886*9090 7am*4pm. Mlw  RSF energy woodstove, exc.  cond. 685*6052. M1w  Folding col and mattress, $75 obo;  manne toilet, $35.885-7575  MOcn  Compiele colour co-ordinaled  boys large hockey gear, 1 year  old. 683*9773. MOcn  Inglis washer, good condition; custom made leather motorcycle jacket, like new. 886*8074.     MOcn  84x69 teak French doors on 2x8  Irame. Open 1 side / could open 2  sides, $225 obo. 885*3435. MOcn  Used railway ties, greal for retaining walls. 886*8204. ss  TOPSOIL  Gravels, lilt, sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 885-5070.       MOcn  Potter's studio Shimpo Wheel, 6  cu It Estrin kiln, shell, clay, etc.,  $1500.886*7209. $40cn  Canopy, aluminum ��� lor import  truck, long box. $100.886*9056.  MOw  CEDAR * regular dimension or  custom size available, competitive  prices. 885*0270. Mtcn  Anlique wood burning cook slove,  $600.885-3506. ss  Vermont Castings -Resolute  Acclaim* wood slove. red enamel  finish, near new. call 886*2668 alt.  5 pm or on weekends.      M2w  Electric lawnmower, Black 8 Decker, 19 in. $175.885*9409. MOw  3/4 size pool lable 1* slate 8  accessories, $1000 firm. 885-  3642. M2w  Word processor 6 printer,  Smith/Corona laptop, like new,  $400.865*5007. M2w  Everyday Goddess Attire  Auspicious apparel and paraphernalia. Local and European. Out 01  Time, Robeits Cieek, 885*3935.  Ford engine, rebuilt 360,262 miles  only, still in Iruck. Take everything  lor $495. Come and look, you will  be surprised. 885*7229.     M2w  Harvest gold Iridge. $120: 8'  Rellector telescope. $350. 885-  4729. M2w  Four - 225/75/16 ��� 6 boll lires, nms  and caps 885*5009 M2w  Heavy duly engine puller; rebuill  350 engine; GMC rear van seals:  six 750x16' malching tires 8 dual  Ford rims. 685*0469.        M2w  Pool lable. 2 cues, balls S70; exercise bike, speedometer, great  shape. $50 obo. 865-2998 MOw  Everlasting flowers in baskets or  wreaths Do you have a special  container or basket you would like  lilled with llowers. interesting  grasses 8 leaves? Will lake orders  to suit your taste 8 colour decor  Rohanna Rae 885*7261.    M2w  Boal rack lor 8II. wide camper.  $40; util. box lor full size pickup,  $100 ��� 2 drs.. 1*2'8-X6'6- wilh  Irame 8 hardware. 1 -2'8"X6 8" with  hardware, both for $30 883*2433.  I42W  Rilchey stem w/mouslache handle  bars. $25 Bionaire humidifier, 2L.  like new $40. Call 886*2622. ask  lor Annie. tins  Omega 500 colour monitor, printer, new H/D kit 2 controllers, exlra  drives and programs, $700 obo  886-3280 or 886-0924. tin  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer ^replacement filler  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65.886-9665. tins  Full size camper Ing. stove heater.  $1500 obo. 886*2108. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  864*5240.  Un  GOOD HAY  $4.00/Bale Delivered  Straw $4.00/bale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.60  Whole oats 10c/lb  Call Between !2-1pm  885*9357  '91 Aeroslar XLT V6. 1 owner.  -People Mover,* lotal driving  expenence! 885*3281 MDL5936  1984 Nissan Sentra A/C. Sansui  stereo, all season radiais. 35/40  MPG. $2300.885*4799 eves.  M1w  1988 5 sp 4 dr. red Nissan Sen-  lra. S60C3 obo 886-4837       ss  '84 Chevy Cavalier. 4 cyl., 4 dr..  auto., great shape in and out,  $2000 obo 886*4983.       I42w  88 Bronco tull size XLT, P/S, P/B.  P/W, air, cruise etc, 75,000, exc  shape, $13,900.886*4950 M2cn  Coleman hardlop lent trailer,  propane slove. sink. $300. 886-  4950 M2cn  M1cn  24 HOUR  TOWING  WALT'S  886*9500 /cel. 240*8575  1990 F150 Custom 5 OL. Auto, tilt,  cruise, cassette 885*3281.  MDL5936  1983 Acadian, runs well, $1000.  685*1984 M2W  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport.  aulo, ac. all power, excellenl condition. $4550.886*4641. SS  1981 Corvette, navy wilh silver   22.000 km, $14,500 obo. 883-  '81 GMC single axle dump Iruck. 1989 29 It. Wilderness trailer, lully  total rebuild, gov't inspected, firsl equipped wilh all possible options,  $6000 takes it 885-4804   M2cn mini condition. $13,500 obo. 1984    7 1/2 It. Okanagan camper lor  ���72 Ford 250 p/u, 360 aulo, new sma|| lruch |u||y ^^_ -^  lires, spoilsman canopy. Solid   condition. $4,200 obo. 886*3885.  truck, $2200.885*7401. ss  ���91 Isuzu Trooper XS 4x4, 26,000  km, on warranty, like new,  $14,500.886-8044 M1cn  1989 Bronco II4X4 V6 4 sp. aulo..  A/C. PW/PDL. $8900.886*8033.  Mlw  1989 Chev 1500 lullsizePU, 5 sp,  4.3 L., w/canopy. $6200. 886-  2702. Mlw  1992 Dodge Dakota 4x4 ext. cab.  1986 Filth Wheel wilh hilch. Trave-  laire. 18 1/2' as new. $8900 obo.  885*9451. M1cn  1990 dlx. 24' molorhome A-1 condilion. 886*9025. ss  28' Character Cruiser - Command  bridge, head, galley sleeps lour,  c/w dinghy, surveyed 1992 al  $26,000, offers to $18,000.  PkoM Alt 888*1372.  '78 580 C Case backhoe, new  brakes, exc. cond ��� $16,000 obo.  885-7401 SS  Re-conditioned 318 molor. $250  obo; 'Radicon* gear box 50*1  ratio, never used. $325 obo. 885-  3435. MOcn  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  886*7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, buckel loader,  needs some work. $3000 obo.  886*2546. ss  '67 Cougar 2 dr. HT, collectors  plates, 98,600 orig. miles, 289 4*  bl. PS. gold/w blk. int., much rec  enl work done, very clean, exc.  runner. $3300 firm. 885*3232.  M1w  '77 Ford Muslang, V-8 aulo, good  condilion, $700 obo or Irade lor  w.h.y. 885-0583. Mien  1979 Olds Cutlass Calais, has PS.  PB, V-8. aulo. $1600 obo 686-  0007. Mien  1987 Hyundai Pony, aulo, stereo,  good tires, new brakes. Needs liming chains. $1100 obo. 885*0928.  M1cn  interior, T-rool, new Ironl lires,  76,000 miles, good cond., $8000,  885*4026. M2w  2863.  M1cn  '82 GMC 3/4 ton Sierra. 6.2 diesel.  excellenl. loo much new lo list,  $3995 obo. 886*4963. <42w  1981 Silver Datsun. 4x4 Kingcab  w/littkit and canopy, $4500. 886*  9868. call all. 6:30 pm.     Mtcn  19 1/2 tt. Sangsler inboard/outboard, runabout style. 8 ft beam,  deep V, near new canvas, some  new upholstery, new trailer with  brakes, blown engine, $4600 obo.  886*8445. M2cn  16' K C 70 hp '86 Mercury oil  injection, very low hrs.. 7.5 hp  Evinrude long shall kicker w/easy  load trailer. All A-1 condition.  $5000 firm lor all. 885*2361 M2cn  ^^^^^^^^^^ Washer 8 dryer. $350 pr.; 26'  opportunity. The sale also includes colour TV. S150.886*7089. M2w  related equipment. Phone 886- ���  9760.  Mlw  Two city 8 hwy. radar detectors,  lake bolh lor $50.886-0390.M2W  Mobile compressor on trailer on  nine horse bridge, good for carpenter with air tools. $1200 obo.  885*3398. MOw  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top soil by the tandem dumptruck load.  Langdale - Roberta Creek $250  Roberts Creek* Davis Bsy $275  Davla Bay ��� Halfmoon Bay $285  1989 Grand Wagoneer 4WD. VB.  auto, leather, tully loaded, trailer  pkg. low miles. 885-3281  MDL5936   '66 Chevy van. reliable, little rust,  needs brakes, $750 obo. 885-  1938. MOw  '89 Tracker 4X4 convertable,  85.000 kms. asking $6900. Call  eves. 886*7556. ss  '86 Crew Cab Nissan pick-up wilh  Wl?er 5,0,af'��' *��*��� ��[*��<  lool per monlh. 883*2930. M2cn  Buy new Nissan 8 hp outboard  molor. new price $1595. sale  $1000; new motorguide 5 spd.  electric molor; new heavy duly  manne battery: shoemaker battery  charger. Package costs $650.  Sale $500 866*3885.       M2cn  CLASSIC 1969 MGB ROADSTER  This Is a collector's automobile lhat has been  renewed Inside 6r out and Is considered one ol  thc best examples In British Columbia. British  Racing Green, wire wheels, less than 6,000  miles on complete mechanical and body  rebuild, it's a showroom-condition, garage-  kept car that Is a pleasure to own and drive.  Serious parties can view and test this gem In  Gibsons by phoning 886-88S4. Fires prlcei  $10,000  ���pjS f  LOOKING  FOR A VEHICLE?  You tall ui whit you want..,  (year, make model)  we tell you who hia It!  Dealer Pre-owned Vehicles  CALL TOLL FREE  1-800-567-5535  ���*���� M t ���&, IM I m ��� $*������<�������� J ���* 5 P" |  ��4��.Atm> Hotuk  canopy, 5 spd. 1 owner. 685*9323.  Mien  1974 Dodge Mon flat deck,  $2200,886*0940, cell 741*4243.  Mien  1968 Ford F150 4X4, 302. 5 sp..  canopy, many extras. $9700.885-  4851 aft. 6pm. ss  '81 Ford 4x4 needs work. 886-  7778. MOon  1987 Toyota 4x4.6' lilt, new tires,  brakes, clutch, chrome mags. exc.  cond. $9000 obo. 885*8906 J40cn  '78 Ford van 6 cyl., runs good,  rusty, $500 obo. 886*3694. MOw  Great on gas - '60 Mazda truck,  good deal, $450.886*7374. MOw  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  HCntlTMIMK  winn in.  dtuin mi mrm  M.C.M.MC.   M.N.A.U.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Martha  Surveyors and Consultants*  JttitiL  1989 * 14 ft. Fibrelech triplehull,  dual tanks, swivel seats, fish holding lank, plus extras. 25 HP Merc,  electnc start. Galvanized Mighliner  trailer. All ilems in exc. cond.. low  hours, selling for health reasons.  $2800.886-8537. M1w  28 It. Unifly libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots ol exlras. George  886*8139. ss  1986 21 fl Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, lully equipped for fish*  ing. Over $30,000 new. asking  $15,500 885*2503 ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine. 4  hrs., new upholstery. UHF CB. 2  depth sounders. $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  18 It. Davidson sailboal, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda. $3000 886-9224  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair seivice. 885*5278.  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40*50-70 HP 1992*1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort. 883*2456.      tin  27 ft. Bayliner 302 Merc, cruiser  F/W/C. slove. ice box, VHF,  sounder, $14,000 obo. Watt 666-  8589. MOw  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500obo.886-7969. ss  :1987 Tempo 4 dr.. P/W, P/D/L. air  (cond. AM/FM stereo, exc. cond.,  $3000.885*4054. ss  77 Camaro, 67,000 mi, exc.  cond., $3500; 7811on, 12 ft. cube  van, good cond., $2000.885*2470  or 885*9424. M2cn  1988 Bronco II, 6 cyl auto. Great  in snow! 885*3281. MDL5936  1978 Oldsmobile. Delia 88 Royale.  aulo. p/s, o/b, a/c, in great running  cond., and in good shape, $900  obo. 886*9471. M2cn  '86 Ponliac 6000,4 cyl., luel injected, air, good condition, low miles.  $2700 obo. 885-4804.      M2cn  MHR. TOWING  MMAUTOMCVCUISl  tTONMO  886-8020  Parts for most makes frjrelyi  domestic, (wheel drive,  4 wheel drive J some do drive.  Some parts Installation  available  Acceutt  dS1"  Four 225/75/16 ��� 6 bott tires, rims  and caps. 885-5009. MOw  1977 Toyota Corolla hatchback,  needs brakes, rusly, good work  car. $300.8857733. MOw  Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass..  summer 8 winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond., $6000 obo. 886*0980  eves. ss  '77 Pontiac Lemans. exc. cond.,  $900 obo. 886*3648 ss  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 886-  6032. ss  '84 Honda Accord, sunrool, 5 sp.,  new fires. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  885-4054. ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950 obo. 886*3484. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., exc. for parts,  $400 obo by end ol May. Call 886-  2622. Hns  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sun-  root w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  886*7854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.6867150.  1983 GMC 3/4 Ion, great shape,  aulomatic, $2800.885*5623 aft. 6.  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyola  reliability. $4,800 obo. 886*7648.  ss  '91 Nissan P/U, shod box. 4 cyl., 5  sp., 63,000 kms, new lires. $7395.  886*9500. ss  1983 MAZDA  B-2000 long box pick up, exceptional condition, matching canopy,  $3,500.886-7098. MOw  1966 Dodge step van, $500 obo.  883-2555. M1w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4. crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  895-7518. ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank. $1000. 886*3005 8am-  5pm. Un  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable otters.  686*7800. ss  '69 3 Ion Chev. flatdeck. 5 -a 2  tranny, new front lires. needs  inspection $3250.886-3001   ss  1968 Escort wagon, 4 cyl. aulo.  cassette, one owner. 885*3281.  MDL5936  '82 Nissan. 200SX. good commuter car. $1000 obo. 886-3846  before 9 pm. *42cn  Two rear 16' bias ply lires w. rims,  exc. rubber. $40/pr. 885*5260.  M2w  1966 Cadillac Coupe de Ville.  rebuill 427. mini body, needs  upholstery, also parts car. $4800.  685*3859. M2w  1984 Camaro Z-28, exc. cond..  new motor, new paint. Loaded.  $6000 firm. 885*3642.       M2w  1965 Ford LTD station wagon, a/c.  no rust, good cond.. $1300 obo  883-9290 after 5 pm ss  '80 Muslang, new paint, metalic  red. new molor Asking $2150  886*8309 alter 6 pm        M2cn  Explorer XLT 4x4. 4 door, aulo.  This is the answer lor the '90s.  885*3281. MDL5936  1976 Corvette Slingray, $7000 ���  will trade for pickup. 885-7703.  MOW  1985 Ford LTD station wagon,  A/C, no rusl, good cond.. $1300  obo. 883*9290 aft. 5pm.     M2w  Drop OH your ..  COAST NEWS   .  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  In Pender Harbour  ������A Friendly People Place"  1978 27 1/2 ft. cuslom coach trailer, exc. cond., lully equipped,  $8500.883*2014. M2cn  1975 Airstream, 31', land yachl  model, exc. cond. $13,000. 886-  0583. M2w  77 Dodge motorhome, $7000.  886-0742. M2w  40 ft. RV bus, sel up lor year  round living, propane powered,  good molor. $15,000 obo. See at  Boot Hill RV Park. 885*4073.M2w  9.5 Johnson outboard, exc. cond.,  $800; one man boat loader, $20;  boat swivel seat, $10; 30x20 tarp  $15,886*8198. Mien  18 It. welded alum, centre console. T.top, built-in gas lank, swim  grid, sounder, 115 hp Suzuki  P.T.T., 9.9 Evinrude, Highlinger  trailer, $15,000.685*5700. MOcn  Excellent Value  12 ft. aluminum Mirrocralt (cartop-  per) never in water, 7.5 HP Merc  motor, exc. cond., like new. Pkg.  $2000 firm. 866*0580 att. 5pm.  MOw  21 ft. Reinell cabin cruiser, 302  motor rebuilt 351 heads, rebuill  distributor, new water pump, new  steady bearing and U-joints. new  stove burners, new freshwater  pump, needs leg work, $3500 obo.  8855134 pls.lv. mess.      M2w  1981 * 24 ft Bayliner Sunbridge  200 Volvo, good cond,, $23,900.  883*9403 or 1*940*1559.    M2w  18 ft. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O. boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297. ss#43w  199117 Campion Alante Bowrider  w/lrailer, low hours, asking  $10,500. 685*4729 aft. 6pm.M2w  12'6" Apollo inflatable with  trailer - exe. cond., 4  chamber/lnllatable keel sectioned aluminum floor boards.  Seats,  oars, gas tank, $1500 complete.  6888858. M2w  Handcralt wooden 8 ft. Pram  dinghy, 2 HP motor, oars, beaching trolley, like new. 885*5807.  MOw  14 ft. aluminum boal 8 trailer. 5  hp, oars -a extras. $1200 obo. 885  0249. MOcn  Two Chrysler 318 inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuilding, $1000; other is in fine  running condilion. $2000. For  details call Buccaneer Marina.  885*7888. Un  27. Mobile Home  2 mobile homes, 12x40, $12,500;  10x52, $10,900. 8850604. Mien  10X50 * 2 bdrm. mobile home,  $8000.686*0742 or 886*4646.  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we will  lake your trade, car  boal etc.  Call collecl  597*3322 tfn  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adull community  Rents trom $235/mo.  For info, call   597*3322   PRIVATE SALE  740 sq. ft. 2 bdim. mobile home in  Rockland Wynd, 5 app��� new flooring, newly decorated, elec. heat,  deck, uW. shed. 885*6401. M2w  1985 Harley Dresser, $11,500.  8854089. M1cn  1987 Yamaha TW. 8000 kms.,  $1200; 1987 Honda 4-wheel ATC.  50cc. $1300. 885*3642       #42w  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.686*4746. SS  Hunter special: '91 Suzuki 230 4-  wheel ATV, low mileage, $2400.  8859323. Mien  1986 Honda CR125. good cond.,  some exlras. $1200. Steve 885-  9656. MOw  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond.. 20,000 kms., $1450 obo.  885*5492. ss  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886*4616 alt. 7 pm.    ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886*7722 leave message,    tfns  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  completely refurbished, a great  lamily wagon. SALE 52.495 885-  3281.MDL5936  Mustang GT convertible, white on  while. 5 0 L auto Absolutely  loaded * with leather1 27k.  $19,495 685*3281 MDL5936  Classic 1969 MGB Roadster - This  is a collector's automobile thai has  been renewed inside and oul and  is considered one ol the best  examples in British Columbia  British Racing green, wire wheels,  less than 6,000 miles on complete  mechanical and body rebuild, il's a  showroom-condition, garage-kept  car thai is a pleasure lo own and  1981 GMC window van, good lor <*nve. Serious parties can view  work vehele. 885*6052. M1w ancl *6S| this gem in Gibsons by  phoning 866-8854. Firm price:  $10,000. M2w  73 MGB GT hard lop. good cond.  $1900 obo. 886*8302       M1cn  Nantucket vinyl siding, while. ^^^^^^^^^^^  Avail, wilh accessories. Sealed While qusntitlea test. Call W.D.  glass window units, new, various Excavating, 888*9784 or call, i  sizes 886*3115 eves       Mtcn 1*220*1526.                    Hns  WE HAVE  GOVT  INSPECTED  CARS  $900 -$4,500  Centurion Auto  5645 Wharf Rd. Sechell  885-4004 mo U317  1984 Mazda RX-7, 78.000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt clutch, master cylinder, front speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable 8 strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 tfns  1990 Honda CRXsi. black on  black, sunrool. 35.000 km, very  clean inside 8 oul, $10,000 obo.  886*7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, aulo.. air.  power, while, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $16,000 obo. 886*3623.  ss  CLEAROUT' Used tires, wheels.  Chevette: Honda Accord parts.  8857167 ss  1973 Super Beelle. $2500 obo  883*9234. ss  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  obo 886*7378 ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6.  aulo/od, 4 door. exc. cond. $5495.  8867520 or 686*2111, SS  1986 Chevelie 4 dr.. hatchback,  good cond.. good tires. $2250.  885*4145. MOw  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25.000 km. Beautiful condition,  one owner. $10,995. 985*3281.  MDL5936  1979 Dodge Caravell s/w. 318  aulo, reliable. $800 otters. 886-  8448. MOcn  1988 fully loaded Chevy 4x4 Silverado, s/b. sis. 350 4 spd. aulo.  3* body lift, lots ol exlras. excellent  condilion, $14,000. 866*4797 ot  Suzanne 886*2277. I42cn  1978 Ford 1 ton cube truck, besl  otter. 8853642. I42w  mvhmu you  pay for .2 Insmwfionm  50  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in silhsr ins Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 tents  for MM-h additional ward.  Free: last, Found t Ftee  Sure Sell Cfastiffed*  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your od, soiling one item, will run A consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Noi oraibw. fo- com~*ciol atm��m~  Coast Now*  CLASSIFIED DIADLINIS:  MoMiotay Mlriem Wojokandor  S P.M. THURSDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibaona 186-3623 Secheh 883*3930  ^MHMMteM 20  Coast News, October 4, 1993  28   Motorcycle!  2 like new 1993 Honda R50 dm  bikes. $850 each, obo 885*2905  MOw  29.Wanted  lo rent  N/S writer seeking ocean retreat  October/November Great with  planls, pets, cooking and children.  Prefer housesitting and/or part-  time position. Call 932*8712.#42cn  Small house, quiet spot, single  woman, $400/mo max. 885-0408.  ��42w  Reliable long-lime SC couple,  seeking leasable 2-3 bdrm affordable house to rent Willing lo  redecorate, maintain house/garden/landscape. Gibsons - Hallmoon Bay 886-2576.       *41cn  Photographer, responsible, single,  quiel house Roberls Creek or elsewhere, forest or watertront. maintenance work negotiable, $450 max.  ItWin 885*4216 Of 255*2787 ��40w  Mature professional couple N/S.  N/0, handyman, relerences available tor caretakmg position, prefer  unfurnished 886-4620.      #40w  Duplex lor renl, 3 bdrm. near new,  4appl,$850.mo 886-0269*4.en  New 4 bdrm home in Sechelt, 2  car garage. 2 1/2 balhs, 5 appl,  F/P. unfinished basement, refs.  req. $1100. mo 886-9039.   #42w  3 bdrm deluxe WF home right in  Sechell Village. 1600 sq ft., avail.  Nov 1. $1200/mo. rels. req. 894-  6061. #42w  Secret Cove. 3 bdrm., 2 bath  detached townhouse, garage &  view from 3 sundecks, 15 mins.  from Sechelt. N/S. all appis., avail.  Nov. 1. $800/mo. + hydro. Call  Barb 883*9990. #42w  Central Gibsons, exec. 2 bdrm  lownhouse, 5 appl, N/S, N/P, $825.  886-2830 #42cn  2 bdrm suite, panoramic view, walk  to Langdale ferry, N/S. N/P. 2 bdrm  side by side duplex, close to  school and shops, $475/mo. Avail.  Ocl. 1.432-9879 after 6 pm.fl42cn  West Sechelt, clean bright 1 bdrm  suite near bus. store, laundry, F/S,  hot water, heat Incl. N/S. N/P Rels  req. Avail, immed. $500/mo. Suit  single working person. 885*9810.  #42cn  Sandy Hook, brand new watertront  home, sandy beach. 3 bdrm , 2  baths, appis, lease. $900 mo +  ulils. 1-266-3419, *42w  1 bdrm house on acreage with  horse corral, 5 appl. in Gibsons, 5  min. to ferry. $600/mo 929*2960.  ��     ��� ... #42cn  1 bdrm. ground level suite, near  Sunnycrest Mall, separate enlrance, laundry, N/S, N/P,  $550/mo. + utils., avail. Oct. 15 or  Nov. 1,1*240-5561 Robert #41w  31   For Rent  Watetlronl 3 bdrm older style  house. Pender Harbour, laundry,  oil wood, n/s, avail Oct. 1  $650amo. 883*9446, M1cn  Waterfront shared accomm: 3  bdrm rancher. Redroolls area.  $400.mo ��� 1.2 ull! 885*2474.  M1cn  2 bdrm condo, Secrel Cove, lurnished. 5 appl.. refs. req .  $650.mo 885-8831.        Mien  1 bdrm condo. Secret Cove, lurnished, 5 appl, refs. req. $580/mo.  885*8831 Mien  1 bdrm house, large yard. Laurel  Rd., Davis Bay, $600,mo Call Ian*  gley 888*6496 evenings    Mien  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm apartment.  $700 sq. II. avail. Ocl 1. private  entrance, storage and h/w tank,  laundry and parking $600 mo Lv  mess 734*0323. M1cn  Irvines Landing, ocean view, lurnished 1 bdrm collage, avail. Ocl  I. 5350 mo * utilities 883-9403 or  1-940-1559 M2cn  Hopkins Ldg waiertront house on  Point Rd Easy walk lo lerry 3  bdrms (or 2. den) 2 balhs, turn il  required N/S. no pets Rels I-  274-8056 or 866-8919      Mtcn  Great For Commuters Lower  Gibsons 1 bdrm. house, exc view  ol harbour, W/D, F/P, close lo all  amenities, $'00 mo avail. Oct  15.1-875-1226. Mien  Trail Island apis.. Wesl Sechell.  beautilul ocean view, large 2 bdrm  avail Ocl. I. rels please. $625.  885*5143 Mien  1 bdrm suite. Redroolls Rd., self-  contained, $450 a util. Laundry  facilities. Avail. Ocl. 1.885*3557.  M1cn  2 bdrm. mobile, SCMHP. $500/mo.  885-0604 M1w  Hopkins Ldg. Point Rd., 4 bdrm.. 5  appl., avail. Ocl. 15, $800/mo. 886*  3694. ��41w  2 bdrm. bungalow, waiertront. near  Langdale terminal, lully lumished.  includes appliances, dishes, bedding, etc. Suitable for couple,  immed. occupancy, Irom Sepl, '93  lo June 25 '94. Renl $750Vmo. plus  ulils. Please call 886*2089.  M1w  Waterlront 2 bdrm. furnished collage, wood . oil heat, adults only,  N/P, includes cable, avail. Ocl. 3.  $600/mo. 886*0645 or 438*3843.  #41*  View, new 1 bdrm. apt. in a central  loc on the ground floor, $5257mo.  Call Val at 886*8923.        M1w  Gibsons 2 bdrm. 1425 sq It town-  home, 4 appl.. carport, sundeck,  close to shopping 8 schools, avail.  Oct. 1/93, $775/mo. 886*4680. ttn  Immaculate super cute 1 bdrm.  cottage, ocean view, deck, Ig. yard,  no main!., fridge, slove. curtains  incl.. $500/mo. avail, immed., N/S,  N/P. Phone 886*8719.       M2w  31.ForRenl ��� 32. Commercial ��� 3*1   Help Wanted       135   Business &  lor Rent Home Services  2 bdrm downstairs, duplex suile. 4  appis NS, N/P, quiel types only,  $575 886-7175, M2w  Centrally localed condo, 2 bdrm ���  den, 1 1/2 balhs. l/p, garage, 5  appliances, n/s. rets req. $750 mo  Call Laurella 886*2277 or 886*  9683 Mien  House in Robeils Creek ��� close to  Gibsons t bdrm. + den, country  kilchen on acreage, avail. Ocl. 1,  S675/mo. 298-5215. MOW  Walerlronl 2400 sq, II. house,  newly renovaled, $750/mo 886-  3062 or 273-7068 MOW  Nice large walerlronl apt al Secret  Cove Year round. $550/mo Call  Hayden 885-9368, Iv. mess    Itn  New lurnished or unlurnished  suite, pnvale enlrance. sundeck,  panoramic view, near lerry. full  cable ulils mcl. $575 886-7394.  Mlw  Gibsons Waiertront lumished  collages 2 bedrooms, $850/mo. 1  bedroom $650/mo , I bedroom.  $500/mo Long lerm lease, avail  immed B869518or I 737-2136  Mlw  Charming 2 bdrm apt. W/F, view.  W/D. F'S, turn or unturn ,  $600/mo 883 1122 Robl     Mlw  One room lor rent in Cedars trailer  court. S200/mo 885-3313   Mlw  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm apartment.  700 sq It, avail. Ocl. 1. Private  enlrance. storage & H/W tank  Laundry . parking Lv mess. 734-  0323, MOcn  12 POINT  PANORAMIC VIEW  2 bdrm master ensuite, gas F/P, 5  appl.. deck, lower Gibsons.  $750 mo .ulils. 886*2588 or 1-  736*4804, MOW  2 bdrm apart.. Sechell. avail. Nov.  1,$600/mo 885*4535.        MOW  Roommale wanted, 2 bdrm apt,,  d/w. w/d. view, balcony. Close to  all amenities. N/S. S320/mo + 1/2  ulil. 886*3249. MOcn  3 bdrm suile, f/p, 2 car garage,  walking dislance lo mall and bus.  Avail. Ocl. 16.886-9376.   MOcn  Avail: 1 bdrm 8 2 bdrm apts, $390  and $425 plus damage deposit.  Dean 886*8073 or 886*4204.  MOcn  Beautilul. spacious country home.  2 balhs, sauna, shared accommodation, $350 or $475/mo plus ulil.  Call 886*8782 cr 886-0014.M0cn  Avail. Oct. 1,2 bdrm, full basement, view home on Francis  Peninsula Rd., $775/mo, partially  lumished. 4 appis. 1*530*0266.  MOcn  Gibsons 1 bdrm. basemenl suile in Hopkins Ldg. spacious 4 bdrm.  nice home in Bonniebrook. Large, turn, home, 4 appl., F/P, 1 1/2  bnght kitchen, level entry. Close to balhs 8 cable incl. Lg. deck  beach. N/S please. $500 incl. utils. w/panoramic view, N/S, $850/mo.  886*3575. MOw refs. req. 535-1834 eves.    MOw  Spacious 1 bdrm. suile Davis Bay  area. N/P. N/S. W/D, cable, ulils  incl.. $5507mo. 885*8895.   MOw  Bachelor suile in Gibsons, avail,  immed,, $4507mo. 885*6009,MOw  Gibsons spacious 2 bdrm, large  deck, spectacular harbour view.  $625/mo a-ulil. 886*3368. MOcn  Gibsons spacious I bdrm apl. in  2 yr. old building, ground lloor.  central localion, W/D. $575/mo  includes heal 8 hydro, avail. Ocl  1298*5215. ��40cn  Available Nov. 1 Sandy Hook ��� 2  bdrm. house wilh basemenl. carport and view. Preler non-smoker  wilh relerences. 885*3433. M2w  1000 Palms. Calilomia, 2 balhs, 2  bdrm. dblwide mobile home, complelely turn., all ulils. incl., goll, 2  pools, hoi tub. tennis. $ 1000  US/mo. 886*3109, ��42w  Lower Gibsons. 3 Irg. bedrooms  liteplace, F/S. W/D. avail. Nov. 1,  rels., $800/mo 948*0384.   )42w  Mid 40s prolessional male wilh 3  bdrm. home in lower Gibsons will  share accom. with tradesman/  handyman Interested in exchanging rent lor repairs and maint. lo  house 886-2207 MOw  Bachelor suite, adull ohented, mar  vekxis view, separale kitchen, pri  vale entrance. F/P, laundry facility  incl. 686*0990, Mlw  Luxury upper floor, 3 bdrm. neai  marina, no pels, avail. Ocl. 1. 2/3  ulils. $850/mo. 886*9408.    Mlw  New deluxe 1 bdrm. above ground  basement suile. Bay area, no pels,  avail. Ocl. 15, $500.886*0103.  M1w  Avail. Oct. 1, Gibsons, new I  bdrm, view deck, suil single n/s,  n/p, $550/mo incl. ulil. Rels. 886-  9043. MOcn  Avail. Oct. 1,2 bdrm 12x68 mobile.  Fridge, slove, w/d, large workshop,  excellent cond. 114 * 1416 North  Rd., $6257mo. No dogs. 886*9581.  MOcn  2 bdrm upper level ot house in  Cabsons, newly painled. hardwood  Moors. F/P. deck w outstanding  view, W/D. quiet neighbourhood,  avail Ocl. 1. rels. req $700/mo.  Sieve 688-7757 exl-X-120 or 255-  9924. MOw  NEW APTS ON WHARF RD.  Iwo bedroom with balcony, 4  appl, laundry room . security  dooi SBOO/mo plus utilities. Rels.  aeq 885-4103 MOcn  2 bdrm furnished waterlront cabin,  Granlhams Ldg,, avail. Sepl. 20,  S550.mo. 931*7854, MOcn  12x68' mobile Sundance Park, 2  bdrm , large addition and decks,  W D S/F, no dogs, rels,, $675/mo.  , deposit, Ocl. 1,885*5782 Mlw  Big Maples Mobile 2 bdrm. doublewide. new carpets. W/D, wallpapered deck, adults only (55.).  N/P, S500/mo Ocl 15. Call 886-  3087 llns  immac 2 bdrm townhouse, view.  Sechell. avail Sepl  I. $600.mo  2 bdim condo wilh basement,  view. Gibsons, $��675/mo.  NRS Sechelt Property  Management 885-9093  Hn  Roberts Creek low bank Waterfront  properly. Iwo bedrooms. $1,100  per monlh.  Two bedroom townhouse, central  Gibsons, adult oriented complex,  greal view. $800 per monlh.  Selma Park ��� Iwo bedroom water  view house, $650 per monlh.  Two bedrooms, plus guest suile ��� a  home in a private selling ��� across  slreet Irom beach. $1250.  Spacious Ihree bedroom execulive  view home, central Gibsons, available Sepl. 1. $1,250.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom side-by-side duplex,  $475 per monlh plus utilities.  One bedroom apl, lower Gibsons. Three bedroom apartmenl, central,  Privale deck and garden, lovely mn\ includes heal and hoi waler,  view, overlooking marina, brighl & $525.  sunny new kitchen, bathroom,  laundry. Quiet secure building. One bedroom apartment, central ���  $650. The Weslport 866*3420. rent includes heal and hot waler,  MOcn    $525.  One bedroom apl. lower Gibsons.  New kitchen 8 bathroom, quiet and  secure building, laundry, close to  all amenities. $690. The Weslport.  886*3420. MOcn  Bright ocean Iront 1 bdrm suile,  Gibsons area. Avail. Ocl. 1. Sorry  no pels. $5507mo. 886*2596.  MOcn  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. ft. warehouse and office  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple nel.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  lln  ^  CfjiuMe*  ANOTUHON  :���'>*���.*. 1 ���  XEvV SPADERS  ASSOC -ATlOtV  NO**or& CUnifruU  328  TTaa.se ad. appeal in mora than 100 communily newspaper. In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more ttaan 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OH THE BCYCNA AT (���04) 669 8222  ^^^^AiuI-SCOMTT-aWSAHsSSSSir"���������  $225-  14 00 Mchaddition.il word  Fully furnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  from Gibsons Vacht Club & Marina. 686-3343. tfn  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $500,886-7018. tfn  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio &  skylight. Utilities not incl. $550/mlh.  886-7018. tfn  AUCTION  UNRESERVED TRUCK 4  EQUIPMENT .luuion, Mon  day Oct. 18. l993-9flOam  CPA - Canadian Public Auc  (tonLid, 1605 34 Av8 SE  Calgary. AIDeita Selling on  behalf of. AGT Limited; Al  berta Transportation A UM>  ties: The City o* Calgary, anc  other Consignors. 91 J D  744E, 87 Dressei 5108.89*  fl7Ford555s.e6 J.D.310C.���  (3)J.D. SOOB'I! FasolliTwm  5'X 18' Double Deck Screenei.  92 10X10'(Jo Tonne Seals.  91 Pelerbtlt. B9 KW Aero  dyne; 88 Volvo: Peterbili 14  TonCrane.KWia Ton Crane:  (2)KWeTonCran��s.89*88  F-eighllner Gravel; 86 West  ern Star Gravel. (3) Tnaile  Wagons; (2) MC7 Buses.  Light Trucks. Trailersetc Call  [403)269-6600  AUTO  ENGINES rebuill ifom J795  ENGINE ren-ianulactur* Irom  $995 6 months to pay 6  Yea(l20.000warfanty Bono  Mechanical building engines  tor 26 years 672*0641, 8 8  7 days  CANADA ENGINES LTD  Quality Guaranleed -'et,, ���<:-  6 Cyl Irom $995 V6 l-Q-  $1,095 6/r 120 000 Km um  iiedwarranty 580 -OSOot ���  800 665 3570 12345 IH  Ave Surrey BCAA Ad  proved  F 250 4X4i Cumrnmt D.e  sal, Explorers Rangers  Trucks Up 10 $'500 casf  rebate 0 do<vnO AC P.i,  menu trom $l89'monih  Phone Grant collecl 538  9778   Dealer #8367   BEO 4 BREAKFAST  Annie s Home Bed *. Break  last. Homecookmg. Hot Tun  Also caie'mg lo special needs  (Dietary & Physical} Host  ���ts: Ann Webe.305U Sand  piper Drive. Matsqui. B.C. 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Prerequisites:  Level l Canadian Avalanche  Training, Preferably Laval 2.  strong background in PC.  oased systems Resumes by  Oct. 7/93. Boi 2759,  Revelstoke, BC VOE 2SO.  Phone: (604)837*2436, Fax:  (604m7-4**24,   AGES 18-30 with agricultural  expenence to live/work with  family in Australia. New Zealand, Europe. Japan. Costs  a details contad t 800 263  1827. 1206*1501 17 Ave.  SW,Calgary,AB T2TOE2  SUNSHINE VILLAGE SKI  Resort, Band. Albarla requires enthusiastic indivtdu  an committed io service excellence, lor various seasonal  positions Box 1510, Band,  AB , TOL OMO (403)762-  6513  EMPLOYMENT WAHTED  Expenenced Mine Parsons  available due to mass layoff.  Qualified Assayars, Surveyors, Geologists. Engineers,  Foremen, Millwrights, HD  Mechanics, Fabricators,  Welders. Electricians, Blasters. Equipment Oerators. etc  Conacl (604)398*8986 tor  into.  FOH SALE MBC.  HARVEST SPECIAL on all  steel buildings Quon sets and  straight wall quonsett. Many  sues to choose from.   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For inlormation  on both, Wnte: Properties,  Depl. CN, Box 5380. Sm. F,  Ottawa K2C3J1.  FOR SALE: Macleod's True  Value Hardware Business,  Prime location Frasar Lake.  Business priced lor quick sale.  Owner wishes to move. Excellent Business Opportunity  Call: 699 6543 or afler hours  6996420.  Ocean View 7.9 acres In  Saltery Bay, 3 bedroom  house, 8 unil motel Ideal lor  club or corp., retreat or semi*  retirement 50% Financing  S279.000 Phone 487 9716.  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Mk  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  8864107  3 bedroom duplex  $900/month  2 bedroom beach  cottage $700/month  32. Commercial  For Rent  KELOWNA, B.C REAL ESTATE INFORMATION"! Relocation, Residential, Commercial, Investment, Farms.  Call Jack Pardua (604)861  5122 212 1980 Cooper  Road, Kelowne. B.C VIY  8K5 Sutton Group Statesmen Realty.  RECREATION PROPERTY  B.C. Land For Sale by  Owner, 100 Properties  Oceanfrom, Lakelronl,  Streams, Ranchland localed  throughout B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  avellabia Free brochure.  Mho Land 6 Cattle Company  433-5545.  STEEL BUILDINGS FROM  FUTURE - QUONSETS  25X40' $6,946., 30'X50'  $8,234. STRAIGHTWALL  QUONSETS 25'X40'$7.730.,  30X50- $6,470. Endwalls,  Sliding Doors. GST, Freight  to Vancouver included. Call  1800-668-5111*  IS YOUR BODY A TOXIC  WASTE DUMP? Boost your  thinking ability: Read 'Clear  Body, Clear Mind', L Ron  Hubbard, Dianetics. 401 W  Hastings. Vancouver V6B  1L5, 681:031a,   Handle Stress. Gain Control  over ma Reactive Mind. Read  the book'DIANETICS'by L  Ron Hubbard $7.50. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundation, 401  West Hastings, Vancouver  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injun/ claims Joel A, Wener,  trial lawyer lor 24 years. Call  free: 1800665 1138 Con  tingency tees available.  Simon, Wener A Adler.  TRAVEL  ESCAPE.il To A Super Ve-  caBon in the Sun. 'Fascinating Malaysia 'Fabulous Tfyu-  iand'Beautiful Bah, For Via  btat lours/bast price:  BROOKS HOLIDAYS 324-  23661x1-600-663-6896.  PlaceyouradinoverllO  community newspapers  lor one small fee of $225.  Coll this newspaper or  tha BCVCNA at  (604)669-9222 for more  inlormation.  Gibaona Landing  Pfotestlonal Bldg  721 W*n fid, Qteom,B.C.  Furn. office and conference  roorr. with oceanview for rent  on a daily baaia. One  unfurnished office available  Oct. 1. Located near marina  and post office. Full secretarial  and admin, services available.  For Info ceH Bev et $9*4320  or Lenke et MV-JOM feveeji  34. Help Wanted  OFFICE FOR RENT  Otlice lor rent al Rockwood Cenlre  lor non-profit group wanting pri*  vate, quiet space in a friendly, cooperative ambiance. $200 includes  heal, lighl and parking. Phone 835-  2522. tin  30��20xlOM. healed slorage'work-  shop, central Sechelt. reasonable.  885*4604. K42cn  Warehouse space lor lease. 1500-  3000 sq. It. Hwy 101. Gibsons All  facilities avail mcl large loading  dock 885*4193 Itn  Retail/Comm space available on  InllH Ave., !150sq It. exc parking, new building. $12/sq. tl. Inple  net. 885*9417. M1w  Small but spacious 600 sq. II.  office space. 5630 inlet Ave., good  loc. 885*9417. ��41w  Robeils Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 686-  7815. Hn  30X50 WORKSHOP  Close lo Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  that may be rented in half or full.  Use for storage, small business,  or? 885-4490. Itn  For Rent * Seamount Industrial  Park, lighl industrial, service commercial, up lo 2.000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq II  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 686*2663 days, 886*9075  eves. Hn  COORDINATOR/COUNSELLER  Pro|ect Parent Sumhlne Coast  Permanenl part-lime (28 hours per  week) coordinator is required lo  supervise all aspects ol Projecl  Parent, a lamily counselling and  education program. Responsibilities include supervision ot tour  counsellors, budgei management,  program development and evaluation, liaison with community agencies, and direct service to clients.  Qualification include extensive  experience and demonstrated ability in counselling and program  administration. Also required is university education and prolessional  Iraining in social work, psychology  or a related field: MSW or postgraduate training prelerred. Please  submit resume to Executive Director, Sunshine Coast Community  Services Sociely, Box 1069.  Sechell, BC VON 3A0 by October  18.1993. ��41cn  P/T kennel help lor irregular hours.  Preler personable, healthy and n/s.  886*8568. ttn  STYLIST WANTED lor busy well  established hair salon. Call Denise  886*3916. Itn  $5000/mo potential righl in your  community wilh corporate supplied  leads lo our national clients. Also  seeking service personnel. Call  Penny at 532*0099. Interviews this  week. lln  Irvines Landing marina & pub,  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 883-1145. lln  CHILDREN'S SEXUAL ABUSE  COUNSELLOR  Part lime Counsellor required for  Children's Sexual Abuse Treatment Program. Qualifications  include experience and demonstrated ability in counselling children Irom preschool age lo 19  years. Knowledge of the dynamics  of sexual abuse is an asset. Professional Iraining in social work,  psychology, or a related field is  required. Equivalent qualifications  will be considered. Four hours per  week lo start, with the possibility of  increased hours in the future.  Qualified supervision will-lie pro*,  vided. Submit resume lo Executive  Director, Sunshine Coast Communily Services Sociely, Box 1069,  Sechell. BC VON 3A0. by October  18.1993. ��40cn  Pari lime approx. 10-15 hours  weekly. $7.00 per hour to start.  Roberts Creek, Jeff or Janice. 886-  7799. ��42w  Medical Technical Assistant  Melro-McNan Clinical Laboratories  plays a significant role in the provision of community based diagnostic laboratory services throughout  the province.  An opportunity currently exists for  a Casual Medical Technical  Assistant in our Sechelt and Gibsons laboratories. Previous  venipuncture experience, along  wilh excellenl communication skills  and high school graduation are  required. Your duties will include  venipuncture, ECGs, specimen  preparation, and front desk reception.  Qualified candidates are invited to  apply to: Melro-McNair Clinical  Laboralories. 821 Highway 101,  Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0.     ��40w  P/T receptionist lor very busy  olfice. Experience with serving the  public and above average spelling  / grammar an asset. Please reply  lo Box 403. c/o Box 460. Gibsons,  BB VON 1V0. llns  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The Parent-Tot Drop-in needs volunteers to help at Iheir morning  sessions in Sechell & Gibsons *  Musicians needed lor a seniors  care facility in Gibsons lo provide  Octobertest entertainment.' Volunteer drivers are needed in Ihe  Sechelt area lo transport people lo  medical appointments in Vancouver and locally All expenses paid.  ' The SPCA slill needs volunteers  lo assist al Iheir new facility with  animal care, dog walking, cleaning  and Iront desk work.' Menial  Heallh Advisory Committee needs  a treasurer to join their monthly  meetings' Maritime History Society needs volunteers to help  restore a BC Femes lifeboat. For  these and other opportunities call  The Volunteer and Information  Cenlre 885*5881. ��41w  CONFIDENTIAL for professional  resumes ��� lower Gibsons 886-4740  laser printer-WP/DTP.      ��42w  12 Siep Counsellor/Program Director lor Teen Drug and Alcohol Out  Palient Recover/ Program. At least  2 yrs working knowledge in a 12  Siep Program. Musl relate lo leen  in a peer level. $16,000 lo $20,000  - please send resume lo Sunshine  Coasl Breakaway, Box 393. Gibsons, BC. VON IVO. #42v��  Employment Temp. Agency available soon on the Coast is now  accepting resumes for a wide  range of clerical relief positions. If  you have office experience please  send resume wilh cover letter  detailing available hours and  expected salary lo P.O. Box 680.  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0.     H42w  An alter school program at Teddy  Bear Daycare in Davis Bay  requires a responsible adull who  wanls to work wilh children. Hours  Irom 2-6pm each day. lull days on  school holidays. Call 885*272).  ��41w  Posilion for retail sales clerk, musl  be experienced in olfice procedures and D.O.S. computers  Send resume to Pro-lech Ollice  Electronics. Box 1579. Sechelt,  BC. VON 3A0. Mlw  Roberts Creek Legion requires  door person for most Fri. & Sat.  evenings. Call Dave al 886*9984  alter 6pm. tin  Assemble light products al home.  Excel income, easy work. Call lor  directory. 24 hrs (604) 623*2380  ext. A74. lln  35. Business and  Home Services  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaranleed work. Call  Richard. 886*0962. M2cn  N*l VERSATILE  '-'oa!URACTORCo  >V Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  * Motorized screen  lor topsoil  # Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  John Harrison  886-4859  Clean-up / dump runs, window  washing, grounds maintenance,  once or regular basis: Rob 886-  3822. MOcn  MOUNTAIN  CITY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL,  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CU.NE  nn M.no. caw. OMOM von ivo  PENINSULA PAINTING  Prolessional quality interior / exlen-  or painting at paper hanging.  Senior's and non-profit organizations discount. Free estaimale.  Jerry 885*6481. MOcn  CONSTRUCTION  ^TThCustom Fwmlna  j] ��� WoSd sidi^T^-W  883-9775  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ��� Aa/**  docsitau 886*4788  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work al an affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht  885*3372 or 885*7169.      #42cn  HOUSECLEANING  2 mature and reliable house cleaners. Janice 886-8302 and Helen   much more. Discount tor seniors.  Progressive Powerwash ��� specializing in powerwashing/ painling/  boal waxing and repairs/, plus  886*8676.  M2w     Jonn 863*2030.  MOw  Carpentry, New Homes, Renovations, Additions, by hour or contract 886-3107. M2w  METZ APPLIANCE  REPAIR  a Same day service  ��� Specializing in rebuilt  appliances  a Sales S Service  Harvey or Jerry  All work guaranteed  467 Pratt Rd.Glb-on! 886-9959  (lairaaully-jaa-iaa Harrlaain Repair)  Mary Popping'  Chimney Sweep  1    886-3694    *"  Special  $30 per Chlm Chimney  Hair sludio, 1444 Gower Point  Road. 886-7911 days or eves.  Mlw  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICE  Exp., reasonable, reliable. Lawns,  hedges, pruning, beds, fall  cleanup. Rob 685*3232.     Mlw  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaner available, reasonable rates and good  references. 886*4660.      Mtcn  Female labourers will do cleaning  in home or business. Window  washing, shopping, will pick up  recycled goods for disposal. 10%  oil lor seniors. Call Sherry 886*  9894. Mlw  Audiotape transcription. Wood processing. Mailing lists. 885*9419.  Mien  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions. Remodelling.  Solariums, No job too small. Bill at  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1*977*  6502. tin  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free eslimates. 885*2109.  ttn  La*VND.SCAPE  CONSULTANTS  Design  Supervision  Management  886-3015  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  You name Ul  All projects considered.  Fret estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  ENT.  885-9576  SERVING  THE COAST  FOR IS YEARS  DECORATING?  Need help wilh your colour coordination? New blinds? Smad. attractive valances? Furniture arrangement? Exterior colour and design  problems? Call Cheryl Law ��� Decorating Consultant 866-7372.9 am <  9 pm. Bonzer Board Special  $159.95 (reg. $189.95).    MOcn  ��6MPUTER|  FRIENDLY  From Bookkeeping  "��� jgtwwng  to Custom Progri  ��� Setup ��� Training  ��� ConmHIng  ��� Eatceflent References  ��� Great Nam  ���a-anty M 5-8848 fhtmsltm  Will's Window Washing . light  hauling, reas. rales. 885*7733.  MOw  Handyman * yardwork, lighl hauling, or whal have you. Jobs big or  small, give us a call. Wayne 886-  2999. M2w  CREEK WOODFLOORING  Installing, linishing and re-finishing.  Free estimales. Call 686*0167 or  885*2253. M2w  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, painl, carpentry, draft*  ing, Iree eslimales. Relerences  available. 866*3463 llns  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels. CSA approved  Free estimates Tom Sealy 883-  2976. tin  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  - Pruning ��� Tnmming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial & Residential  886*0180 Iv. mess  Itn  HANDYMAN SERVICES  Reliable and prompt Broad range  of experience, no job too small,  seniors rate. Leave message for  Michael 885*5495. Mlw  Gardening & odd jobs, preferably  along bus route, reasonable rales.  865*7233 Andrew. M2w  Mechanics Services. Reasonable  rates. 866*3605. Mtcn  RENOVATIONS additions, aller*  alions. certified journeyman carpenter Brad 886-8652.      MOw  k^M^uUAHMiriMHMMHMMMMi ephemera  Coast News, October 4, 1993  21  SPCA News  'Blackjack' is a playful four-year-old neutered male labrador  at the SPCA since July. To meet him or any other animal companion call 886-CARE.  (Since 1987)  Ethical, non-computerized  Bookkeeping Service  in my home.  Call Millie - 886-0775  anyday 9a.m. - 9 p.m.  Remember when  5YEa\RSAGO  The question of the non-connection of Gibsons to the proposed natural gas line came  before Gibsons council and  Mayor Strom was quick to give  her assurances that all would be  well.  She told council that she had  been assured by Federal Energy  Minister Marcel Masse that distribution lines from the main  trunk will be serving her community and surrounding area.  There was some reported  confusion at both Ihe SCRD  and Sechelt council last week  over the fact that the two local  newspapers ran different maps  of the route of the proposed natural gas pipeline.  The Coast News says that  the map we reproduced came  directly off the front of the  announcement the Minister of  Fisheries and Oceans, Tom Sid-  don, brought with him to  Sechelt and it has been reproduced in other coastal newspapers.  lOYE/UtSAGO  A press release from Gibsons town council announces  that Mayor Lorraine Goddard  will resign at the end of her current term and will take the  vacant position of town administrator.  A public meeting in Gibsons  is held to discuss the rezoning  necessary for the proposed new  marina in Gibsons Harbour.  The SCRD endorses unanimously a letter from director  Brett McGillivray to the Min  istry of Lands, Parks and Housing urging that the lease for the  ICG propane tanks at the mouth  of Roberts Creek not be  renewed.  15 YEARS AGO  Concern has been expressed  over the loss of two chlorine rail  cars in Georgia Strait in 1977.  At the regional board last  week a witness to the recent  chemical spill in Vancouver  asked for reassurances that the  search for the rail cars, which  has so far been unsuccessful,  has not been shelved.  25 YEARS AGO  It was reported to Gibsons  Council last week that the directional signs on the new comfort  station have been removed.  They have not been in position  more than a couple of weeks.  35 YEARS AGO  At a meeting of the Sechelt  Village Commission held on  September 17 it was decided  that a letter be sent to the  Roberts Creek community association complimenting that  body for its support for the project of joining the highway  between Port Mellon and  Squamish.  45 YEARS AGO  Peninsula residents, dismayed at the sudden curtailment of boat services in the area  as a result of the cancellation of  most of the Union Steamship  schedules, will find relief in the  stepped up schedules  announced by Gulf Lines in an  advertisement in the Coast  News this week.  hft^Lm.  SdtoolDtwys  "Are the Best'  Dctys.  Thrifty's  GIBSONS  HELP THE  Donstlons    M8-24SS or Bo* 6��1  _ See the World!  !S Fashions and jewellery from  Indonesia, the Phillipines,  Monaco, Peru, etc., etc., etc,  WgA aVton.-Sat. 10-5:30. Sun. 11-4  SJ-S. 5729 Cowrie St., Sechell  a-SH 885-6460  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl t Aluminum Windows��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7- 552*? Wharf St, Sechelt Jim Bain 88M572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  *V *!��� ��t# *tt ft ft ft ft ft  Baseball Conditioning  Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.  Elphinstone Secondary School Gym  Participants must have played B.C.  Minor Ball during the 1993 season.  These work-outs will be of interest to pitchers,  catchers and those wishing to improve  their throwing arm.  To register call 886-8746.    BamVttef&i  Gibsons/Sechelt Oct 6th, 7th & 8th only  For an appointment call Allan Deck, 886-7926.  Surrey phone: 583-8552/Pager: 844-4638  Mutual Funds; RRSPs, RRIFs, T-BUls;  Investment and Retirement Planning Stratagies  AU YOU EAtNINO DOUILE-DIGIT YIELDS?  Franchise/Employment opportunities available.  Clean-up / dump runs, window  washing, grounds maintenance,  once or regular basis. Rob 886-  3622. MOcn  Framing crew aval, (to lockup) Joe  685*3572 eves. MOw  Ught hauling, yard . basement  cleanups, seniors discount. Norm  686*9503. I_Oh  Aval, lor small drywall and taping  jobs, exp'd. Ml Alan 885*7080.  140*  HANDYMAN  Quick i. reliable, quality seivices.  Mechanical, construction, yard  work, cleanup, rubbish removal,  etc. Have Bobcal and trailer for  excavating, backfilling, leveling,  landscaping, or W.H.Y. Gary 886*  2201 MOW  Rubbish Removal yaid cleanup,  tghl moves, odd iobs, quick Inend*  ly service. 885*969*1, 326*1611  cell. Mtw  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  lite estimales, no job too small or  Mo large. Bruce 8654576     tin  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  lubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd iobs.  685*3917. ths  Babysitter needed 2 hall days per  week for 2 children, ages 8 mos. >  3 years, in our home. Rels. req.  686-4821, Mtol  Substitute teachers required lor  the Halfmoon Bay Childcare Centre's toddler, over 3 lout of school  programs. Please contact Jane  Ballance at 885*3739 for further  into MOw  Teddy Beer Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces lor 3*5 yr. olds and  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  4HUSQVAHNA  FOREST i GARDEN  PROOUCTS  Forests Garden  Dealerships  available for Sechell  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885*4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  40. Too Late  to Classify  Modern beach house, Roberts  Creak, 2 bdrm., 3 baths, 5 appl.,  S9507mo., 1 yr. lease, rels req.  8864206 eves. M2w  2 bdrm., good area, f place, $550.  686-7400. M2w  Large 1 bdrm. basement suite,  Davis Bay, (600 Incl. utils. 885-  eooa M2w  Gibsons dean 2 bdrm. suite with  view, avail, immed., F/S, W/D,  storage, parking, close to all  amenitjes. 596-1669 or 886-7477.  M2w  aller school age cliildien. Cal 885* M OPPORTUNITY It 1 hr. per  2721. ��43cn day lor 5 daya can make you up lo    $18,000 over the following 60      MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE    ^ For del* *4*d S.A.S.E. lo Commercial lor Rent  Spaces avail. 18 mos-school age.-jay p-jcjpo Box 660, Gibsons,  Fun-Ned caring environment, with qq VON 1V0 M2w  trained stall. 885-3913.     M9w .   Workebop/Werehouse for rent  115-4490. Mtw  Spaces still avail, tor Nine-Three-  Seven Alter School Child Care at  St. Barfs church haH, North Rd. t  Hwy. 101, 34:30pm 686*2064 or  886*7118. th  40. Too Late  to Classify  Kilchenaid portable dishwasher  Babysitter wenled for 10 mo. old w/bta* wood top, exc. oond., ask-  baby. 666*2560. MOw   mg $250.866*2461. I40w  38. Business  Opportunities  For Sale  F/T daycare lor 21/2 yr. old, must  be N/S environment. Occasional  after school care for 9 yr. ok). Haltmoon Bay area, rels, our home or  yours. Also reliable teen lor occasional evenings. 6654989 eves.  M2w  Babysitter needed tor 2 boys, ages  516, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  866*9062. M2w  Reliable, experienced student will  sit evenings and weekends, has  certificate. 8864446       MOcn  RETIRE IN 2 TO 5 YEARS  How? Earn while you teem. $20 up  to $t8,536/per month. For Iree  details send sell-addressed  slamped envelope to S-7 C-98  RRI2, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  M2cn  The easiest, most profitable home  based, guaranteed income opportunity, not Amway. Send SASE to  2822 Westside Place, Matsqui, BC  V2T4W3. M2cn  Moving ��� priced lor quick sale ���  established retail business,  $29,000 obo includes all slock, fixtures, signage, goodwill and contacts. 6664254,10*5       #41w  The easiest most profitable home-  based guaranteed income opportunity. Send sell-addressed  stamped envelope to Box 1 C-7  Westside PI., Clearbrook, BC V2T  4W3. Mien  Small affordable franchise. House  silting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, llexible  hours. Call Sharon 865*2228.  ss  Large Fisher heater, $260 obo;  washer/spin dryer, $75 obo. 686-  8001 eves., Fri.-Sun.        M2w  New men's small Georgetown winter jacket w/hood, cost $170, will  sell $85.663*9112. M2w  Cosy Comlort wood burning Move,  $350 Obo. 866*4888 or 960-2739.  ���42w  Star Trek communicator plml  Chrome and gold colour linish,  great Christmas present tor e lani  $24 ea. 886*9394 Carol.     M2w  Tiuciu  '79 Jeep P/U 4X4, rebuilt 360, new  tires, needs trans/body work,  $10000110.6664569.       M2w  Mirint  Two 199016.5 It. KJCahermalglas  lull slope back canvas. Builtin 18  gal. tank, storage locker, walk  through window; 1990 75 HP  Merc. OB $6995 Obo. 885*7888.  142*  For Rent  1 bdim. Madeira Park, NIP, available immed, $375.863*8112.  I42w  Business 1 Home Services  PAINTING  CallJack for your painting needs.  Reasonable rates, special rates lor  seniors. (664070. M2w  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  Notice Board M  ��� Ongoing events must be updated monthly  ��� We reserve the right lo eaiil submissions for brevity  ��� All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine communily interest  ��� Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event  TUESDAY, OCTOBER I  Arthritis Sell-Management Course  begins. Ste weekly sessions. 10 am-noon,  QartaaMI Health Unk, 5571 Mat, Sachet  For dstails A to register: 865-2677.  C.N.I.B. Teehnibus - open for viswing at  |  Bella Beach Motel, 64 pm.  Dr. Deb Bowmen, founder ol Far East  Broadcasting wil speak al Cedars dining  room, 7 pm. Reserve by Sepl 28. Inio:  Mary Cooper, 886-9618 or Francis  CTema, 886-3666.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7  Sunshine Coast Aeen for Community  Living, meeiing - 7:30 pm, Cadars Inn.  Lesrning Disentitles Aeen et BC,  Sunshine Coast branch meeting, 7*8 pm,  Davis Bay Elementary library. Open to  aall parents of children with learning  i  SATURDAY, OCTOBER t  Davie Bey-Wilson Creek Community  Aeen sale of crefla A coNsctbass, 9 am-1  pm, Wilson Creek Hall. Tables $8 each.  Into: Ba, 886-7480.  SATURDAY A SUNDAY, OCT. 8 A10  S.C. Equestrian Ch* Fall Horse Show:  10 am Sal.: cattle penning A gymkahna  10:30 am, Sun.: tumping A pleasure  classes. Qlbsons Ring (behind pool) all  welcome; concessions on ska. Info: Jodi,  8860068.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II  While Cone Club monthly meeting, 1:30  pm, Devls Bey Community Half Into:  886-2844.  Weet Howe Sound Eleetere Aean  annual gsnsral msstlng, 7:30 pm,  Langdale School. Election ol Officers.  S.C. Heme Support Society Hospice  Ineerylco, 4:30 pm, St. Msiy's Hospital  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14  81 Mery'e HospMsl Auslllary. Qibsons  branch meeting, 1:30 pm, Marine Room.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11  St Bart's Fell Slant Book Sale, 10 am-  2 pm, church halL  MONDAY, OCTOBER 16  Csnsdlen Cancer Sociely, Sunshins  Const Unit reguler monthly meeting,  SCRD olfice, Royal Terrace, Sechelt.  Public welcome. Into: 8864765.  S.C. Home-Based Buelneee Aeen  meeting, 7:30*9:30pni, Rockwood Lodge  basement. New Directions. Are you a  homo-baaed business or thinking of  stealing one? How can our growing assn.  serve you? Into: Richard, 8854215.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21  S.C. Home Support Society presents  Taking C-r. ol it.'S ���Other.' Through  Cheng: S Tnnsirions workshop. 9:30  am*1:30 pm, United Church Hall, Davis  Bay, preeented by Mery Blaks,  psychologist with VOH Geriatric  Psychiatric Outreach Program. Leern  nil-care techniques to bsllsr care lor  yoursell through work A personel  nf**-*6*  chengee  A  transitions.   S20  lae.  RegWer/kilo: 8864144.  MISCELLANEOUS  Roberts Creek Xmes Craft Fab- - Nov.  27*28^ Book your table now. Cal Randi,  866-9324.  43  Planning te reed Shakespeare plays.  occasional eveings. If Interested, call  Laara, 885-4221. 43  Welcome Beach Community  Aseoeletlon - shuffleboard bagina mid-  October. New shufllers welcome. No  experience necessary. Inio: Pat, 885-  9652 or Barbara, 685-8860. 43  Centennial Singers, a 14-msmber choir.  Is seeking eporenos, altos A tsnors.  Ability to read music prelerred, or  willingness to work on perls. We have tun  with music! Into: Chrietabele, 885-9553.  43  Bridge for Heart Tournament - Gather  your own (oursome and raise money for  the BC A Yukon Heart Foundation. Tax  deductible. Into: 886-7340. 43  Qlbeons Outreach Teen Centre -due to  a lack of volunteers, the centre is closed  until further notice. Anyone wishing to  volunteer end be a part ol our restructuring A reorganization please call  Gordon. 886-7224. 48  S.C. Aria Council annual Christmas  Craft Fair, Sat., Dec. 4, Seniors Centre.  Please register your name, address A  phons number at the Arts Centre (885*  54I2|K you wish loparticipata. 43  Elphinstone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd.. across Irom Post Office,  Qlbsons. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opening or to book a lour 686-  8232.  Parent-Tot Drop-in: tor parents with chucks-) up to 5. 9:30*11:30 am al the lolow*  Ing locations: GDsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues.. Wed.. Fri.); Sechelt St.  Hide's Church HaH (Tues); Wlson Creak  Community Hall (Thurs.). Into:  Community Services, 685*5881.  Seiuelly Transmitted Dlseaee Clinic:  Phons tor appointment in Qibsons 886-  5600, Sechell 686-5164.  Prenelal Claaeee: Next Early Class Od.  5 in Sschelt. To register, call 666*5600  (Qibsons) or 665*5164 (Sechalt).  Hegistsr early ��� classes fill up quickly.  Single A Pregnant? Cal the Health Unit  -866-5600.  Hospital Tour: phone St. Mary's Hospital  switchboard. 865*2224.  MONDAYS  Elphlnetone New Horixon Qroup,  Roberts Creek. For those 50 A over inter*  ested In playing bridge, bingo, cribbage  and/or carpet bowling. Community Uss  Room, Robsrts Crssk Elementary, 1:30-  3:30 pm. New members welcome. Info:  885-7203 or 886*5375. 43  Intreduetien to Scottish Country  Dancing A beginners clsss, starting Oct.  4, running through Apr!. Into: 888*8285.  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Qroup  meets first Monday of each month. Come  with concerns, questions or just to meet  new moms. Info: Laurie, 686-7900 or  Roxanne, 886-3230. 48  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Qroup  meats every other Tueeday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Into 8854861  or 8884368.  Table Tennie, 7-10 pm, Elphlnetone  School gym. 4 tables, lots ol rem, toads  of fun. beginners, visitors A seniors welcome. Info: Jim, 886*2775. 43  Qibeone Outreach Teen Centre gym  nighl, Gibsons Elementary gym, 7:30-9  pm. through Dec. 7. Drop-In lee 61.  WEDNESDAYS  S.C. Teeetmeetere Club presents  Speechcroft, 8 week workshop lor the  eubHc. 7:30 pm, Frank Wast Community  ss Room, Firehall. Cheater Rd..  Gibsons.Leam impromptu speaking, various atyles oi spsaklng A now to listen  and evaluate others' communication. Info:  Donna. 885-3742 or Mery, 886-2745  (eves). 43  Navy Leegue Cadets. 6:30 pm. Qbsons  Legion Hall. Boys A girls aged 10-13  develop sotl-reopoct A discipline while  having lun teeming neutloal skills.  Unilorms provided, nuns Sept.-Mey.  Annual lee: 625. Into: Mike, 886*4036 or  Lera, 886-2589. 43  THURSDAYS  IC'e Weight Leee Support Qroup  meats afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886*  2602, and evenings 6 30.8:00pm, call  666*7159.  at the United Church.  Glasslord Rd , Gtosons  Birth Control Clinic Coast-Garibaldi I  Health Unk. 484 S. Fletcher, 7*8 pm. ��  Confidentiol service ��� everyone welcome. I  No appointment needed. Info: 885-7770.  S.C. Legion Snooker Leegue sseklng  regular league or spam players lor 7 pm  play. At Roberts Creek, Sechelt A  Qibsons Legions. Players must be Legion  members. Info: Len, 665*7016. 43  '  Hslhs Yoga: a haalhlul approach. 10:30 I  am*12:30 pm, St. Bartholomew's Chuich,  corner ol North Rd. A Hwy. 101.  Registration: 886*9760. 43  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm, [  bassment at rear Uss lane of Trueman  Rd. 43  SATURDAYS  Caren Renge oad-grwoth forest tours wil j  continue throughout October, weather I  Remaining. Meet to carpool 11 am et the I  allmoon Bay Wildlife Rehab Centre.  Bring a lunch. Into: 885-2398 or 663-  2807:  SUNDAYS  Sunehlne Coast Philatelic Society  RPSC Chapter 203 meets 1st and 3rd  Sunday ot every month at the Sechelt  Public Library at 7:30 pm. Visitors welcome. Into: 885-2958. 43  i-j?**^-^^^*,^ 22 Coast News, October 4, 1993  news  Collecting a way of life,  says Coast Hot Wheels buff  from page 1  "You may have had fun with  them, but you can't display them  because they look like a bunch  of wrecked up old cars," says  Dave, "which is what they are."  So what's the appeal of this  kind of obsession?  "I think it's re-capturing the  past in a way," he says. "When  you look at the cars in perfect  original shape, it could well be  1971 or 1972...I like to preserve  things." There's also an artistic  sense involved in the display.  Most of the fun, though, is in  the initial acquisition: "As soon  as I get it, I don't want it anymore."  Dave won't say how much  money he spends on his hobby,  but he estimates he usually buys  between 400 and 500 cars a  year. Hot Wheels can go from  anywhere from $15 to $4000 a  car, although a lot of the acquisition is also done through trading  with other collectors.  Most collectors aren't trying  lo make money, though there are  a few exceptions: "One guy  spends seven hours a day dealing in Hot Wheels," says Dave.  "He does it out of his home."  Three years ago he joined the  international Redline Club of  Hot Wheels collectors, which  has about 800 members in six  different countries.  "I'm hoping to start up (a  local chapter), but there's not  enough members yet," he says.  "Actually I'm the only one on  the Coast."  But it's not something that he  tries to keep a secret.  "I try to tell as many people  as possible. I want to find more  cars for one thing."  "In bedrooms all across the  US and Canada there are all  these little jewels hidden away.  We're constantly trying to find  more of them."  7 try to tell as many  people as possible'  Recently, Dave had a chance  to meet with other collectors as  the Redline Club gathered for a  convention at an exclusive hotel  in Milwaukee. Ranging from  "medical doctors to pig farmers", they took their cases of Hot  Wheels and set the cars up on  display in their hotel rooms,  "except for our very best ones  which we don't want people to  know that we have." They set up  the nee track in Dave's room.  Boys and their toys? Most of  the car collectors are men, says  Dave. "There are a few women  collectors, but I would say the  ratio is ten to one." Meanwhile,  Barbie Doll collectors are a  whole other story.  Most likely, Hot Wheels collectors will eventually go the  way of the dinosaur, says Dave,  giving way to Nintendo and  Ninja Turtle collectors in the  future.  "The kids of today will not  collect Hot Wheels in the future  because they don't play with  them."  Meanwhile, for Dave there's  also Corgi, Husky, and Matchbox cars and collections of  hockey and baseball cards to  keep up with.  "Either you're a collector or  you're not," he says.  We're more than just tires!  HAVE YOU CHICKED  YOUR TIRES LATELY ?  TS"       Let IIS do it for you  ���.-���Vi,.-,-,*-,-....':.:..]  Call 899.2700 tor en appointment!  GIBSONS MEDICAL CLINIC  is pleased to announce  DR.Jim McFarland A  Dr. Carla Paetkau  have returned to the  Medical Staff  Dave and his son allow off  the speed difference  between regular track  cars and Hot Wheels.  Joel Johnstone pholo  SHITO-RYU ITOSUKAI  on Coast 14 yrs  Welcomes new members  St. Aidans Hall Roberts Cteek  Kids  Adults Tues. & Thurs. 7:30-9:00 p.m.  Sundays 10:30-12:00 noon  Tues. & Thurs. 6:30-7:30 p.m  $20.00/month  intact: James McCarthy   3rd Degree  885*3551 Black Belt  Trevor Johnston   1st Degree  885-9454 Black Belt  Customer  Support System  newsletter  The Four Basic Yarn Systems  "Too few people  know enough  about the contents  of carpet, and this  is especially true of  the part that gets  walked on."  by Lew Milgore  The major nottion of any  caipet Is the race. "Hat's where  70% to 75% of the cost of the  product is. Too few people  know enough about the  contents of carpet, and this Is  especially true of Ae part that  gets walked on. This column  win be a general educational  excursion into the wotid of  carpet fiber. It's not meant to  be highly technical, only  broadly infotmative.  ���Carpet fiber means different  things to manufecturers,  consumers and retailers, lhe  indusdy, particularly the  retailer, hits a tendency to give  more credit to consumers for a  perceived knowledge of carpet  than they actually have. But  the truth is that caipet buyers  rely on the retailer to inform  them.  Nylon  .Nylon, which occupies the  laigest share of the fiber  market, comes in two forms:  BCF, or bulked continuous  filament, which means an  endless strand, and staple,  short lengths about seven to  eight inches long. Both are  used for different purposes  and give different looks. Nylon  has excellent abrasion  resistance and resiliency, but,  as in all yam systems,  lightweight and low-density  construcdonwiD mat and  has excellent abrasion  resistance and resiliency, but,  as in all yam systems,  lightweight and low-density  construction will mat and  crush. Nylon comes in virtually  any color and can be dyed in a  variety of ways. For the most  part, it also has supeib soil  resistance. It deans wdl, and  spots can be easily removed.  Polypropylene  Polypropylene Is number  two In usage. It has poor color  options, because it can only be  solution dyed. Ihere are,  however, advances In blending  and pigmenting that have  Increased poiypropylene's  color palette.lt has good  abrasion resistance, out can be  fused at the dps with a  striking blow or when heavy  Items are dragged across it,  causing friction that melts the  yarn.  Resiliency is extremely poor,  but can be Increased by  makiiM the product vety dense  and adding a high-density  backing such as SuperBac.  Polypropylene has good soil  resistance, but it does have an  affinity for oily-type soil. Spot  removal on this yarn is  excellent. It is naturally stain  resistant, but not impervious  to staining.  Polyester  Polyester is next in line in  popularity. 1 anticipate greater  usage of this fiber because  vast improvements have been  made in Its performance. At  one time, It generated lots of  complaints. That is no longer  the case. The new TreviraXPS  fiber is a particularly good  performer. Polyester has good  one time, it generated lots of  complaints. That Is no longer  the case. The new TreviraXPS  fiber is a particulaity good  performer. Polyester has good  color choices and good  abrasion resistance. Resiliency  in the wrong construction is  poor, but if produced with  high-performance  characteristics, it will work  exceptionally and surprisingly  well. SOD resistance is gpodT as  Is cleaning. Polyester, too, has  an affinity for ofly-type soil.  Spot removal on this product is  very good, and it is naturally  difficult to stain because It Is  also difficult to dye.  Wool Fiber  The last of the group is  wool. Ihere is a saying about  wool: It's like a beautilul  woman - itgrows old  gracefully, tos is especially  true of high-quality wool  caipet Its color choice is not  based on a wide spectrum. It  has good abrasion resistance.  Resiliency Is excdlent. Wool  has good soil resistance and  fair-to-good spot removal.  Because it's a natural fiber, It's  rather absorbent  Keep in mind that each fiber  system's construction, color,  pad and traffic load have an  effect on overaU performance  and appearance retention, and  die specific application,  location and environment in  which each is installed also  dictates how weU it withstands  abuse. As for abrasion, all  synthetic carpet fibers wffl  outwear steel, and that's why  wear warranties are irrelevant  Almost eveiy wear complaint  is for appearance loss and not  synthetic carpet fibers will  outwear steel, and that's why  wear warranties are irrelevant  Almost eveiy wear complaint  is for appearance loss and not  abrasive loss, which is what  die warranty covers.  ���H  If you have not received a personally-addressed  card from Elections Canada confirming your  registration on the voters list, call now at  1 800 267-VO-rE(8683).  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