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 9 s  'c^n    94  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  |iuii��uuBnm  November 8,1993 Volume 47 Issue 45  i     *  'In house' spill closes HSPP for seven days  by Darah Hansen  What environment officials are calling a "process upset" forced the shutdown of operations at Howe Sound  a��ulp and Paper (HSPP) mill for seven  days last week.  The closure occurred early Friday  morning (Oct. 29) after a toxic concentration of "black liquor" - a dissolved  wood solid from kraft pulp operations -  overflowed into the mill's UNOX system, suppressing its activity.  The UNOX system is responsible for  the organic break-down of toxins in the  mill's effluent discharge.  Officials say no environmental damage occurred  Officials at the mill and with the  Ministry of Environment investigating  the accident said the spill was maintained "in house" and that there has  been no discharge of toxins into the  environment following the accident.  Ministry official Cory Legebokow  confirmed there was some effluent  released from the damaged system during the shutdown in order to avoid further overflows but said tests conducted  so far show the mill is meeting the zero-  toxin standards of its waste permit.  Final results of tests measuring the  mill's toxicity level of effluent discharge were not available at press time.  Meanwhile, mill manager Don Stuart  said the spill is costing the economically-strapped company "hundreds of  thousands of dollars per day."  Stuart said the spill was the combined result of human error and  mechanical failure.  By Friday (Nov. 5) pulp operations  at the mill were up and running after  environment officials approved the  functioning level of the UNOX system.  The recent closure comes just  months after HSPP was temporarily  forced to shut down over a period of  several days following the failure of a  routine test conducted by the Ministry  of Environment.  The closure occurred last April after  a random sample of treated effluent collected by the ministry failed a required  toxicity test.  To pass a toxicity test, SO per cent of  rainbow trout immersed in undiluted  effluent must still be alive after four  days. In the case of the Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper sample, all of the fish  died.  An investigation followed the shut  down by Environment Canada and the  provincial Ministry of Environment.  The company was issued a warning  notice for the environmental violation.  Salvaging life's  freedom through  logging the sea  Dick Hammond, one BC's few remaining beachcombers, recalls bygone days of the west coast log salvage business.    Joel Johnstone photo  by Darah Hansen  The Snark cuts through the  waves at a powerful clip.  She's got more than 300  horsepower propelling her  heavy silver hull forward,  charging away from Gibsons  towards the tiny islands which  dot a path southeasterly into the  Strait of Georgia  Standing straight behind the  wheel in the open cockpit, the  eyes of her driver fill with salt  water tears - forced into existence by the sheer speed moving through the chilly November air.  The drops roll back across  the man's temples, they mix  with sea water spraying up over  the bow.  His eyes stay constant,  focussed on the islands ahead  and on what might be found  there to make this day's trip  worthwhile.  At 64, Dick Hammond  knows exactly what he's looking for - a good log that's going  to fetch him some money.  When he spots it, his action is  sudden. He slows the boat and  leaps to the shore with the agility and strength of a man much  younger than his years, driving  a spike through the wood with a  few well-placed blows of an  axe.  A thump of his stamp marks  the wood as his own, he tethers  the rough log with rope and  chain to the rear of his craft and  shoves off again with an unspoken hope of finding more.  It used to be Hammond  could make this same trip every  day with sure knowledge that  somewhere, nestled along the  rocky shoreline, there would be  many logs waiting to be salvaged and much money to be  made.  In those days, not so long  ago, beachcombers the likes of  Hammond littered the Sunshine  Coast and it wasn't unusual to  watch them gather into a high  speed boat race for a log. No set  rides, the first man to stick his  axe into the wood was the  undisputed winner.  Hammond's mouth forms a  vague smile before he speaks of  these memories. He chooses his  words, his voice sounding the  soft tones of a man who's spent  a lifetime more in silence than  in speech: "It was considerably  more interesting (then)...it was a  tense life if you were competitive."  turn to page 16  Landfill tipping fees stir unrest in Pender Harbour  by Roxanne Gregory  Thursday's SCRD Public  Utilities meeting sounded the  death knell for uncontrolled  dumping at the Pender Harbour  landfill.  Next week attendant Carrie  Hillhouse will begin evaluating  the waste stream and identifying  peak times of usage. She will be  advising users of operation times  and delivering notices informing  the public of the new tipping fee  schedules.  At the meeting, Director Jim  Gurney advocated using the same  dumping fee structure for Pender  Harbour thai is used in Sechelt.  "We've already had a problem  with people avoiding the Sechelt  landfill by A -imping at Pender,"  he noted.  Area A director Jane Reid  asked that the fees for tipping not  be implemented immediately, but  in early January after the site is  fenced and the shelter for the  attendant is erected.  According to workers at the  Sechell landfill, a similar struc  ture would mean tipping fees for  construction waste, appliances,  wood waste, batteries and tires.  Costs for tires range from $1  per small tire to $7 to $14 for  each medium truck tire, and $75  to $150 for each large vehicle  tire. Freezers, fridges and other  white goods cost $10 each and  yard and construction waste is  assessed according to the size or  weight of the truck load.  Although there are currently no  tipping fees for household  garbage, "That's probably com  ing next year," according to  employees at the landfill site.  Egmont resident Billy Griffith  is unhappy about Pender's tipping fees, "I'm seriously concerned about charges for appliances and other white goods. We  don't want dumping behind  every stump and up every logging road on the Coast."  Mike Zacharias. owner of  Harbour Disposal is unhappy  with the hours of operation  because, during the winter, use  of the dump will be closed all  day Wednesday and half a day  Thursday. He says this arrangement will seriously affect his  operation.  "I dump about 75 percent of  all the household garbage that  goes into the landfill and  (because of the restrictions), I'm  going to have to reschedule  almost 300 pickups," he said.  "They have designed the  hours for the 10 to 20 percent  that gets privately dumped on the  weekends ... They have ignored  commercial needs."  Referendum questions posed  for Sechelt voter consideration  by Ian Cobb  Baby needs new clothes.  The town of Sechelt has  grown so quickly the past 12  years that it's outgrown the current municipal buildings and the  Sechelt Public Library is in the  same boat, cruising along with  the capabilities to serve 1,000  people when there's 7,000 plus in  the town.  With this in mind, District of  Sechelt voters will be asked to  pause during the Nov. 20 municipal elections to answer simply  "yes or no" lo the question of  whether or not they're in favor of  spending $1.7 million for a new  municipal hall and new library.  As to how much extra residential taxpayers will be looking  at paying will amount to 25 cents  per $1,000 for a new hall and  20.4 cents per $1,000 for a new  library.  Thus, if your property is  assessed at $100,000 you will  pay an extra $25 for the hall and  $20.40 for the library.  The combined new taxes,  MacLarty said, will go down  each year as Sechelt continues to  grow "as the tax base continues  to spread oul, "said Sechelt mayor  Nancy MacLarty.  She pointed at the projected  growth of the town, which is  believed to hit 12,000 in five to  10 years, as proof.  "Obviously, the need for services and expanded space is  there," MacLarty said.  "The municipal hall we have  now we expanded in 1981 to  2,750 square feet and at that time  we served some 700 residents.  We're 10 times that now."  In addition, the old building  the town staff work in "wasn't  meant for the electronic age. Our  receptacles at the hall look like  ads from hydro saying 'don't do  this," she said.  "The space is so inadequate  that all of the legal papers have to  be kept at an employee's house."  A new town hall would also  serve as a civic pride booster, she  said.  "A municipal hall is supposed to be a reflection of a community. If that (current hall) is a  reflection of what we are, I'd prefer to move."  The site that has been chosen  fora new hall, if taxpayers agree,  is on Block 7, near the Trail Bay  Mall.  turn to page 6  :  Librarian June Johns and the staff at the .Sechelt Public Library are hoping the Nov. 20 referendum  will provide them room to expand service and house all the library's resources.     Joel Johnstone photo  ^_m_*_me_*_ee_mi  a^af ija  aa-M-aMM Coast News, November 8, 1993  \f\ow QrfbvaiiaSfe at  Country Charmers  Adult & Children's Ceramic Classes  Night classes - Tues., Wed. & Thurs.  Buy one at regular price  second one 1/2 price (pre-stamped only)  Nov. 8 - 20  5856 Cowrie St.  885-9616  school district 46 candidates  We now carry  icana Bird Food  "Health Food  for Birds!"  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A further four trustees have been elected  by acclamation in rural area 2 (including  Roberts Creek, Elphinstone and West Howe  Sound) and Gibsons. They are: Mary Findlay, Lynn Chapman, Pal Stuart and Shawn  Cardinal.  Elizabeth Wilson says she's always been interested in education and says she's running for  trustee because "it's a way of giving something  back to the community."  Wilson says one of the main issues for her is  getting both parents and the larger community  more involved in what's going on in the schools,  including use of available school resources and  more discussion on programs being developed.  Wilson says she agrees with some aspects of  the Year 2000 program and says there are already  examples of 2000 programs which do work with  in the school district. Accelerated learning programs and the way the program is set up at Ihe  elementary level are examples of some good  points.  But Wilson says she doesn't agree with the  lack of competition stressed in the program:  "They've got to be prepared."  Wilson currently has one child in the Coast  school system. She worked for 10 years as a  teaching assistant in the district, often in the field  of special education. She currently owns ��� business in Sechelt and lives in Pender Harbour.  tmsteecandtote_kv0bkntm  Jacob Knaus has been attending school board meetings regularly as a private citizen for the  past five years and says, "I have  demonstrated my interest in local  school board issues."  Knaus says his main concern  is that not enough attention is  being paid to the "basics" of  education, which he says include  reading, writing, math and computer skills.  Documents like the school  board's current mission statement "are all coping with the  fringe," said Knaus.  He says the purpose of school  is to teach students to become  responsible citizens and skills to  earn a living. But currently,  many skills looked for by  employers are lacking in students, says Knaus. He points out  that students are also not competing well on international tests.  Knaus says he would like  more education money spent on  the basics and says the school  system should have standard  testing. "We should go back to  asking something of the student  so we can measure and assess it."  A businessman who was  involved in training managers in  Sri Lanka, Knaus has three adult  children and is a an active member of the Chamber of Commerce.  He lives in Sechelt.  Arnel Tuffs says he's running  for school trustee because "I'm  interested in the future of the  children of the Sunshine Coast."  Tuffs says he has a global  view of education, which  includes its relationship to the  rest of the community: "Education in my view is an all round  process."  Tuff says the most important  goal of education is to teach  children to think for themselves.  Other important elements include  learning to work with new technologies, being involved in community activites and an appreciation of the arts.  Tuffs says there are positive  aspects of the Year 2000 program including students helping  each other. Tuffs says letter  grades should come back.  He also believes students with  learning disabilities should get  one-on-one remedial teachers.  Tuffs has been a teacher at the  high school and elementary level  and has worked with special  needs students. He has also  taught in penitentiaries: "All  people going into the classroom  should have an experience like  that."  Tuffs is co-chair of the health  council steering community and  a member of the West Sechelt  community association.  He lives in Sechelt.  It's time to iiriprbve ihe school' system', making  it easier for leachers lo teach and children to team.  That's the stated platform of school boarrrd candidate fer the Secheh district, David Scott.  Scolt, a former Sunshine Co*�� teacher and parent to a pre**schtx)l��x says his expertenixs in cdu-  cation have given him a vested interest and ftmda-  inental undentaiading of the present system.  Too often students are coming into school  unable to lean at tbe level In which Ihey are  placed, says Scott. The net result ia Increased  stress on both the students and the teacher - whose  role in die 90s is becoming increasingly challeng  ing, he says. '  Schools need tlie addition of help from outside  professionals such as mental health and social  workers - people specifically Mined to deal with  problems arising in the modem world.  Scott favours a focus on the traditional learning  skills of reading, writing and arithmetic and agrees  with the basic principals of the Year 2000 -leaching children to communicate ic^as effectively and  to understand personal strengths and talents.  Scott alspsaystlie school system is over-administered and would see a shift in the power-base,  allowing s**li*caolw<��*kew more dedskm-making.  Rosalyn Griston says she's  running for school trustee  because "I'm not happy with the  way this school district is being  run."  Griston sees the two most  important issues as financial  concerns of the board and the  Year 2000 policy. She says she  supports several of the Year  2000 goals but lots of others  need to be changed. "Numerous  parents I've talked to want the  grading system brought back...  In life you're compared against  your peer group."  Other issues concerning Griston are a lack of respect shown  by students towards teachers,  and a similar lack of respect  shown by teachers and administrators towards parents.  Griston says right now, the  school system is managed by  people from middle to upper  income  brackets  with  not  enough concern or understanding for children of families wilh  working class backgrounds.  Griston is a parent of one  child currently in the school system. She has a background in  newspapers and bookeeping  and has worked with the outreach society, women's resource  groups and has been a life skills  worker with Canada Mental  Health.  She lives in Langdale.  (photograph  unavailable)  Sechelt band fails to put forward candidate  10 M*lM"ft*it��H�� at your local SCARS agency.  fM   Call today for a convenient appointment.  ���aWEaAaffaSin Sechelt Hardware  5679 Cowrie St.  Tues. Nov. 16 & Wed. Nov. 17  9:30 -19- 5:30 885-5141  by Jane Seyd  With the decision of school  trustee Lenora Joe not to run for  re-election, the Sechelt Indian  Band will no longer have the  direct voice at the table of the  school board.  That's concerning lo some  people al a lime when the band  is finding educational issues  increasingly important.  More recently there have also  been questions from some of the  band membership as to whether  the school system is meeting the  needs of its students.  Joe is stepping down after  five years on the school board to  devote more time to her position  as home-school co-ordinator for  the band and to her family.  "It was a veiy hard decision  not to run again," she said this  week. But she said in putting  more time into her job, "I feel  I'm better serving my people  and the kids of the band."  Meanwhile, Lori Dixon, who  ran the band's Mom-ay-Mon  nursery school for 21 years, just  narrowly missed being a candidate in this election, by not filing completed papers in time.  "I kicked myself a couple of  times," said Dixon. "I dropped  the ball. I didn't check as fully  as I should have before I left for  Victoria"  Both Dixon and Joe say it's  unfortunate there's nobody from  the band running for a trustee  position.  "I'm really disappointed,"  said Joe.  Joe said the band has sometimes felt il isn't adequately  consulted by the school district  and only finds out aboul program decisions affecting native  students after tlie fact.  Most recently, lhe band has  requested more consultation  with the district on how extra  money alloted by the province  for aboriginal students is spent.  Originally, said Joe, the band  had hoped to get a seat on the  school board reserved for a special election by the band membership.  But under the current School  Act, that isn't possible.  Said Bob Johnstone, superin  tendent for the district, "the concept of school boards is that  they are elected by geographic  area rather than belonging to  particular interest groups."  To specially reserve a seat  for the band would be an issue  for Ihe whole political system to  deal with, said Johnstone: "lhat  would require a significant shift  in our perception of political  representation."  When the band couldn't get a  special seat, they decided several years ago the best approach  would be to encourage members  to run in the election.  Said Dixon: "Everyone was  proud of Lenora. A lot of people  went out and voted so she could  get on the board."  L  sour  neart  WW      ^tf^-mmW'   ill-    I      ||   IP''      '           ��� 19U1)  _K__^_^_^_W_^_m_^_^_^_^_^_��^_^_jH_W_^_^_^_^_k_W  j-******-*****--" * ��������� ���     '������       ��������������� ���    ���- Coast News, November 8,  1993  regional district candidates  Vmm*m*wmt��m  Eleven years in the director's  raphy department at Capilano  -establishing bicycle, walking.  chair and Brett McGillivray is  College, Vancouver, where be  and equine paths  once again looking to represent  teaches and advises on  ���establishing 911 service and  a\rea D, Roberts Creek, in the up  rural/urban resource planning.  better emergency communica  coming Sunshine Coast Regional  As to future plans,  tions  District (SCRD) elections.  McGillivray has several ideas to  -constructing tennis courts in  McGillivray, a resident of the  which he is committed, includ  Roberts Creek  Coast since 1977, says he's  ing:  -providing the option of natu  proud of what the SCRD has  ���finishing the Robeits Creek  ral gas to lhe residents of Roberts  accomplished during his years as  Official Community Plan and  Creek  a director.  implementing its final policies  -preserving the Coast's water  McGillivray is a professional  -ridding Roberts Creek of  shed and improving water quali  geographer and head of Ihe geog  propane tanks  ty  Massage Therapy  886-0399  Howe Sound Massage Clinic  817Hwyl01Glt��OfW  located at the  Gibsons Dental Clinic  DaMsto WMki, RMT  Registered  Massage Iheiapist  By Appointment Only  area 'd' candidate paul tombu  Paul Tombu wants to bring  new ideas to Ihe Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD).  So Tombu, a resident on the  Coast for nearly five years, is  challenging incumbent Area D  director Brett McGillivray in the  up-coming SCRD elections.  If nothing else, Tombu says,  he hopes by running his challenge will increase community  voter turn-out which he feels is  important bul he does have specific ideas for change should he  BRUNCH & FASHION SHOW  SUNDAY,   NOV.   14,   10:30   AM  El Nino Seafood House  join us for a private preview of fashion avaii able in  Gibsons Landing, Tickets $is avaii ahi f at:  The Landing Clothing Co. a Branka's Boutique a Quay Works Gallery  landing General Store * Work Wear World  SI'ONSom [) hy  GIBSONS LANDING  MERCHANTS  ASSOCIATION  be elected. In that event, Tombu  says he will immediately initiate  a IS per cent pay cul in Ihe director's salary and attempt to get  other board members to do the  same in order to ease the financial burden on tax payers.  He will also strive to limit to  two the number of terms a director can run.  Tombu further intends to hold  monthly "open government" sessions in order that community  concerns and ideas to be person  ally addressed.  Tombu takes a strong stand on  providing protection of the  watershed and would like lo see  every creek in Roberts Creek  have watershed status.  Tombu favours increased bus  service around the Coasl as well  as increased bus service lo and  from Ihe Langdale ferry terminal.  Tombu says he is not opposed  to logging but will press for  responsible logging and the  retention of old growth forests.  Incumbent director Jane Reid has a long history  of political and community involvement.  "I was a member of the Pacific Salmon Commission and that is a federal cabinet appointment,  as well I served on the Department of Fisheries  Prawn Sectorial Committee," she says adding:" I  was with the Advisory Planning Committee for the  SCRD on and off for almost six years prior to  becoming regional director in last year's by-election."  Reid has served on the executive of the legion,  the Pender Harbour Community Club, May Day  Committee, teen centre and the Fishermen's Homecoming Committee.  "The main issue here is that people feel they pay  far too much for too little," she says. "Most resident  complaints are about a lack of services, whether it's  an RCMP station or street lights and sewers - most  people feel like they are paying too much into  SCRD coffers for what they receive."  Reid says she has been work to resolve some of  Economic Development Commissioner Bill Moore  to resolve some of her area's employment problems. "We've scheduled a community forum for  January, so the people can directly discuss directions in employment," she says.  As for Area A's population, Reid says: "I  believe in growth, although there is such a thing as  too much growth. In the year that I have been director, there have been more rezoniogs for commercial  and industrial properties than there were in the  entire four years prior. Growth has to be balanced."  IB  ���JJJjgjJSf,  $899  ^^~t_W       plul Ion  Two small pizzas  with two toppings  Take out only  - Not available lor dine-in or delivery  ^.'���don/y  "���"��. this  Co"Pon  THE  OMEGA  ���8-^wsiffl��&      ^sftwwssal  886-4 241   I  (tour) (two)    (lour)   (ona)  area 'a' candidate etetie garrett  Garden Bay resident Stephen  Garret, like Reid, says he is  concerned about the lack of a  community plan and inadequate  recreational facilities for resi-   -  dents and tourists.  Garrett, who has been on the  Coast for Ihree and a half years,  is a vocational instructor and  counsellor for Suncoast Vocational Training.  A former Alberta Treasury  board civil servant and partner  in a brokerage firm, Garrett is a  member of the Hospice Society,  the Home Support Society and  the Rockwood Lodge Society.  He stated "My greatest concerns are with employment and  development, Kids that are   \  getting out of school have only  basic training and they are having to compete with people here  who have greater skills, who are  moving in from Vancouver.  "We are looking at a change  from a resource based economy  to a service oriented one, and  people aren't preparing for  that." he continues.  " We need municipal level  retraining program that are work  based and community based.  We need lo support small business, they are the creators of  local jobs. I am pro-development that is well planned. I am  not interested in boom bust  economic development.  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FQAMTREADS  BY     KAUFMAN  ^mnadtoe's Shoes  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIKONS ��� 886-2624  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  885-39.30 or 886-2622  REAL  ESTATE  NEWS  By Jon  McRae  CHECKING THE  COMPARABLES  If you are Hying to decide  whether a particular property on  the Sunshine Coast is a good  investment, checking to see  what similar homes in the same  neighbourhood have sold for  takes a lot of the guessworic out  of making the right choice.  Some sales infomution, such as  price, financing terms, and  transaction dates, is available to  the public. You can go to the  tax assessment office or land  registry office and obtain a title  search, assessed values and  other infomution pertaining lo  most recent sales for a small fee.  Your Realtor, however, will also  have accurate records of all  recent sales. You can find oul  how properties have been  appreciating based on actual  sales experience, rather than  relying on neighbourhood  rumours of the hopes of  optimistic sellers. Once you get  the addresses of the homes that  have sold, you can drive by  each one to get an idea of how  it compares to the one you are  considering. If you are working  with a Realtor, he has probably  seen the interior of these homes  and can give you additional  infomution to help you make a  wise buying decision.  For solid advice on buying or  selling real estate, consult Jon  McRae at NRS Realty 886-2277  (office) or 886-3999 (home).  M  Sunnycrest Mall is closed  for Remembrance Day  SuperValu 9a.m.- 6p.m.  Pharmasave 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Video, Etc. 11a.m.-7 p.m.  Sat, Nov. 13  DON'T FORGET  Friday Nights at Sunnycrest Mall  10-50%SAVINGS THROUGHOUT THE MALL  lale ftujJU Sine*.  Gussy's ��� Free coffee with any order  Henry's Bakery ��� Coffee House 8-11 p.m.  Hilde's ��� Dinner Specials until 8 p.m.  Subway ��� Seafood Sub Specials  HIGHWAY 101   ��� UPPER GIBSONS  !Hi  a*^MM  IMMJi  .ftaMi Coast News, November 8, 1993  Scrambling for  firmer footing on  very thin ice  Along with choosing their favourite candidates in the  upcoming municipal elections, Coast voters will be facing a few referendum questions, one of which will be  the cost sharing scheme for the Sechelt arena.  Voters are being asked if they would agree to help  Sechelt pay for its aging ice rink. Currently the municipality shoulders the entire price for allowing the Coast  to skate.  "Yes," say user groups, "and they charge well for the  service."  Well, but not enough. The facility runs in chronic  deficit and major repairs are an almost inconceivable  undertaking. It was, to be sure, gross municipal egoism  for Sechelt to tackle the arena as a lonesome municipality in the first place, but what's done is done and now  council is crying uncle, and crying it very loudly. They  are banking on the referendum for help.  Through the referendum, a ceiling tax of $10 per  $100,000 of property would be levied if a yes vote is  garnered.  Rather than be an all or nothing roll of the dice, however, the referendum is, at the insistence of at least one  Napoleonic figure on the regional board, taking place on  an area-by-area basis. This stipulation, according to the  same Napoleonic figure, is because he is "confident" his  area will not want to contribute. Other directors have  followed his lead.  Fact is, people from all areas of the Coast use the rink  to some degree, and the time has come to acknowledge  this and make a move toward unanimity. United we  stand on this Coast, divided we stand a chance of losing  the arena, and, eventually, a hell of a lot more.  What the area-by-area vote could conceivably bring  about, through the pretense of giving each area its due  say, is a tiered fee structure for skating time, which in  turn could be call for some kind of Coast identification  system so those who pay a higher tax will pay a lower  skate fee.  This all leads to more spending, more bureaucracy  and more regional division.  If people are really serious about moving toward  unity and one Coast government, then issues like the  arena are the baby steps the politicians keep insisting we  have to take. No, the Sechelt arena is not a great facility, no it is not in the most ideal of locations, no it will  not be sufficient for an ever growing Coast, but really  folks, it's all we have.  Fortunately, this matter doesn't rest with politicians.  The solution lies with the people, the taxpayers.  Vote yes for the arena.  Not only does it give our residents a place for winter  recreation until something better can be built, but it  sends the clearest kind of message to our politicians. It  says we are one Coast, we are a community, and we can  work together despite any aims of maintaining our division.  ��fflMnwsmi.  -Mttmrnnsn.  SWIWfllMiD  GrtlTOMlW  7* won wkw  Moon Mm  9:Wl(l��ffiVMM  Mountains of  Things just that  RE: Oct. 28 Caitlin Hicks article  I expected better of Ms.  Hicks. Her article questioning the  Clayoquot thai as undemocratic  was aptly named 'Mountains of  Things'. You are correct when  you say the forest act was written  by foresters. At the time there  was no act governing our forests  and something had to be done.  Since then, the act has experienced constant change through  legislation by our elected representatives.  When our democratically  elected government purchased  MacMillan Bloedel shares, the  Securities Commission investigated the purchase, after the outcry of some of the public, and  cleared the government.  Caitlin, in case you haven't  heard, the taxpayers pay to have  criminals prosecuted. MacMillan  Bloedel should no more have to  pay prosecution costs than you  pay the costs of prosecuting  criminal acts committed against  you. I personally believe that  once found guilty, the cost to the  taxpayers should be recovered  from the guilty party, not the  'victim' as you suggest.  Now you talk about uncon-  sulted citizens. The Clayoquot  compromise was made with full  community representation,  involving those who were willing  to open their minds to compromise and thus be involved in a  solution. Those that wanted only  iheir agenda to work, opted out  and criticized from Ihe sidelines  saying they were not consulted.  Everyone has the democratic  right of free speech and peaceful  protest until it denies the democratic rights of others. By physically blocking traffic over the  logging road bridge, the Clayoquot protesters denied the  democratic right of the forest  workers to work and M&B's  right to cany on business under  legislation provided by the democratically elected members of the  legislature.  Because they 'stepped over  this line', the protesters should  pay a price. In a democratic society disagreeing with a political  decision does not give anyone  licence to commit illegal acts. If  you disagree with logging, then  vote for someone who sides with  you. If enough individuals do Ihe  same, you can effect political  change. Illegal acts may get  media attention, but they certainty are not tactics used by someone interested in the democratic  process.  "Whose democracy is this  anyways" you ask? "Why aren't  you outraged" you ask? Do you  think it could be that "majority"  of the citizens of BC do not agree  with the Friends of the Clayoquot?  1 think so.  KEVIN W.DAVIE  Sechelt  Support warranted  "The finest study of mankind  is books," said Aldous Huxley.  Think about it.  The Sechelt Public Library  needs and deserves voters' support. Last expanded in 1983, the  premises are woefully inadequate.  In 1988, the library asked for  4,500 square feet. (It's presently  only 1,840). Sechelt ratepayers  later defeated a single ballot referendum for a municipal  hall/library/recreational complex  which would have* included a  swimming pool. Now you-can  vote separately for Ihe desperately'needed new library. '  __eAa_%ma_% _Mmtm��a^_%am__.  tt~uw9 WWQOwu  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  Tht Editor  Sunahlne Coatt News  Box 460  Gibeona, B.C.  VON1V0  The Sechelt Librai-y is custodian for historian Helen Dawe's  magnificent and unique archive  of Sechelt documents and artifacts. Ten years after her death, it  still awaits a permanent home.  (Billie Steele, Helen's sister, who  donated it to Sechelt, is still looking after it.)  The library's dedicated volunteer staff slave away in terribly  cramped quarters facing vastly  increased use. Since 1988, the  number of people using the  library has shot up almost ISO  percent.  The number of books borrowed has nearly doubled and  three times as many new books  have been added. Volunteer  hours Worked increased from  2,653 to 3,516 between 1988 and  1992. The matchbox library was  open 255 days last year compared to 154 in 1988.  A library is a uniquely important community focus. The  Sechelt Library originated in  1961 and was supported by  Sechell pioneers, including the  late Helen Dawe. Now it's your  turn.  The library and its volunteers  need the support of all Sechelt  voters. Get out there Nov. 20 and  vote 'Yes'. And get involved.  Become a Friend of the Library.  If, like me, you live outside  the voting area, please become a  'Friend' anyway. The modest  fee, along with positive votes  will make the Sechelt Library a  credit - to the pioneers who conceived il; to Sechelt; and to the  whole Sunshine Coast.  ALLAN CRANE  Roberts Creek  Helping Prime Minister Chretien plan Canada's path  Now we have digested the most remarkable  election results in anybody's history, it might be  useful to imagine we occupy Jean Chretien's chair  as he surveys the way ahead for this adventure in  nation-making called Canada.  Domestically, there are strains both constitutional and economic. As a native son of Quebec,  recently much-reviled there, and faced with an  official opposition of separatistes, our prime minister will not need lo be warned about constitutional  strains.  He would be well advised, however, not to  allow a preoccupation with the opposition in  Ottawa and in Quebec to dominate his government. Mulroney's abortive attempts at nation-  building have used up a great deal of good will and  energy in English Canada, aided and abetted by  such absurdities as the Quebec law about English  language signs.  On this latter point, I was talking the other night  to a man who describes himself as a European,  Scottish-born but active in business throughout  Western Europe.  "There is no country in the trading world with  such a sign law," he said. "Even in France itself  English road and business signs are everywhere to  be found."  No, from our imaginary place in the prime minister's chair, it would seem clear that the Bloc  Quebecois should be allowed to carry the constitutional burden. They can be counted on to do that in  any case. It is their raison d'etre.  musings  Canadians, and this includes the canny folk in  Quebec, must be primarily concerned about matters economic. If Chretien, whose options are  undeniably limited both by the international situation and by the grandiose failure of Brian Mulroney, can put a kinder face of the prevailing international wisdom of monetarism, already gone  down to defeat in both Ihe United Stales and Canada; if he can bargain more effectively with the natural resources Canada still has in abundance, and if  he can begin training programs to equip the young  to take their place in a rapidly changing world, he  might find the constitutional problems will take  care of themselves by the time Ihe separatistes can  get organized for another referendum.  Crucial in the modernization of the Canadian  workforce must be a healing of relations with  provincial governments. There are 10 of them out  there all anxious for some kind of economic rationalization and success. They have been quite rightly infuriated by the Mulroney ploy of trying to  John burnside  shift the load of federal debt onto the groaning  exchequers of the provinces.  If our new prime minister can move swiftly to  get Canadian governments coast to coast pulling in  the same direction much good can come of it. The  fact that we have a free trade arrangement with the  Americans but not between our own provinces is  manifestly absurd and should be righted. It is likely  lhat such rectification can be done quickly.  A leaf that can be taken from the Bill Clinton  book which will go a long way to easing the economic lot of the provinces is the modernization of  the health system.  AU industrialized countries are wrestling with  the rising costs of providing health care for their  citizens. One consensus which seems to be emerging both in Europe and in the United States is that  more of our resources should be targetted at prevention. Dramatic medical procedures aimed at  repairing damage have got much of the growth in  medical funds that governments provide, but pre  vention may be the best medical buy. If the Chretien-led Liberals in their first term in office can  make progress towards getting Canadian governments for the good of all pulling or even facing in  the same direction; if they can begin to use Canada's natural advantages for more shrewd international bargaining; if they can begin programs to  equip our young to take their place in an increasingly competitive world; and if the health care systems can justly be brought under cost control and  yet effective health care provided for the bulk of  Canadian citizens, they will have done enough to  justify a second term.  But without Canadian borders there is a troubling and troubled world. Here, I think, most Canadians would welcome the return of an independent  Canadian voice in the councils of the world.  Alone among northern industrial nations, we  have no imperial background. We were one of the  most respected voices in international affairs  through the leadership of Pearson and Trudeau.  That too was scrapped by Mulroney in favour of a  cronyism with Reagan and Bush which diminished  our international credibility as well as our sense of  who we are at home. There is much political  mileage for the Liberals if Jean Chretien can lead  us back towards a respected international independence.  If our new government gets cracking on these  issues immediately we may find our constitutional  strains much diminished by the time Quebec separatistes are ready for their next move.  COAST^NEWS  MftoaWM -.-.he  te OmM Mm car a*t HtWaWarfaV.  Cemiei 1 yaw ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6month. ��� $20->$1.4OCST-$21.40  foeeejm 1 yaw ��� $40 (No CST)  Ra��No.4703  AataaWMr  OnylwMit  Ac_-E*or StuanBumaida  Th. Sunihina. Coasl NanM If pubWaad on  Sane  Hepcrttr.      DaiatHanaaa.  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HanaRoM                                                       En-ana* SMapaon  Bon6< S<a*Mt, BC, VON 3AO  1604) MS-3S30, W*nill (604) a*a��5-39��0,  Fax (604) SSS-3454  1 YosHtmmtmmlifsAWMD.mNNINCamespqme \  The Sunshine Coast .News b protected by copyright  and reproduction of any pan of it by any means is  profited unless permission In writing Is tat secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright opinion  Coast News, November 8, 1993  The hazards of keeping a daily journal  The kefufflc down south over  the senator from Oregon's  diaries may not seem to have  touched us too closely.  In case you haven't been  watching US television, the senator was charged with sexual  harassment by members of his  staff, or 1 guess ex-members of  his staff.  He is a man who keeps a  diary and he takes some pride in  keeping a complete, as far as  that can be, day to day diaty and  he made the mistake, in my  view, of offering up parts of this  diary to the ethics committee  considering his sexual harassment charges.  This is in no way, God forbid, a column about sexual  harassment, but with Ihe diaries  we have another question. These  diaries, are they simply because  they have been written down  something that can be subpoenaed by the courts or are they, as  they were intended in the first  place, strictly personal and privale. And the question thai  comes up here is whether in our  time anything can be considered  strictly personal and private.  The senator says that he will  supply just Ihe parts of his  diaries that he considers relevant  to these sexual harassment  charges and the ethics committee are saying that they should  have it all and make up their  own mind about what is relevant  or not.  Heaven's sake. Can you  imagine a situation in which  everyone's private jottings  would be made available to  bureaucratic scrutiny. What we  know for sure about bureaucratic  scrutiny is that the worst possible things get plucked out and  the easiest possible generalizations get made out of Ihem.  Samuel Pepys, probably our  best known diarist from the old  days, used to write his journals  in a code he had devised. He  was secretary to the navy, which  made him pretty well chief executive officer, and the navy in  those days, long before MIS and  MI6, was the British intelligence arm and he may have had  some help, who knows, with  these codes, but he wrote daily  and he wrote at length.  When, after he died they got  Pepys' diaries de-codifled and  published they found that they  had as good a record as there  was of what had been going on  in a nutshell  stuart nutter  in London and Britain, in those  lively and important years. They  also found all sorts of private  stuff, almost any of which would  have swept his feet from under  him in the US senate today.  A few years back there was  one of those pop psychologists  from Los Angeles who published a book on writing personal journals and of course more,  he began lo pul together a country-wide movement to foster  people's journal writing. There  were meetings and lectures on  how to do it and all lhat stuff. It  didn't last very long, I think.  The trouble is of course, that  there is no difficulty persuading  people that it is a good idea to  keep a regular diary. Our  thoughts come clearer if we have  to put them down and then it is  nice years later if we can leaf  back and all sorts of forgotten  ideas can come to mind.  The trouble is that people  who start out on this, daily, find  that from day to day there  doesn't seem to be that much  difference and they give it up. It  is definitely a discipline. 1 have a  friend who has been keeping a  regular day lo day journal since  the mid 60s. The only thing  against this is that the books take  up boxes and boxes of space in  Ihe place, but ihe advantage of  course, is immensely greater.  Being able to reach back 25  years and put your finger on a  day is enough, but having it all  slacked away there, even if you  don't look at it much, can be a  big plus.  I had a friend in Toronto who  had the idea of starting a communal diary. The notion was that  everyone was kind of shy and  left to themselves they wouldn't  carry on anything for any length  of lime. He suggested they write  a weekly piece, anonymously,  pul it in a box which was provided and he would pick it up, have  il copied, and send it around to  all concerned with the separate  items identified only by numbers  - so that they could comment on  each olher anonymously back  and forth.  It seemed a good idea lo me  at the time but it didn't work.  People still held back from writing in the most protected circumstances. It is still true though  that journal keeping is a strong  thing there that it would be naive  to see encouraged in any way  )le.  Sushi Bar  Wed.    Thura.  Lunch    Lunch  & Dinner   & Dinner  -Bat.  Dinner Only  DINE IN ��� TAKE OUT ��� DELIVERY  Oa   a   r   y-*.     .     For reservations,  MEGA   deliverv  I VI   l_  VJ  r\      pickup, caH  RESTAURANT   8K-4-2-4-!  $uoi%e-3h0  (PLAN TO STOP SMOKING  , IHE SEVISt. HVF*DA V HAN  Vou can be part of Iht smokeless majority! tt'i easier than you Ihlnkl  New confidence will give you heller conliol nf youi whole life!  Thia sclenlifically-bascil program has a twenty five yeai  success record and over FIFTEEN MILLION GRADUATES.  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I am sure there are many more  spots that would be economically  and from a planning point of  view - a more sound solution  than the old Block 7 idea that  keeps coming at us.  Let's get on with it and be  practical too.  MS. D. DULSON  Sechelt  For whom the  poll tells  There could have been no  more fitting a scenario in the  election massacre of the Tory  party than that which took place.  Pundits and serious journalists  could not in their wildest imaginings have predicted the utter ruin  which has devastated the Tories  in this latest accounting of the  popular mood.  The utter arrogance of the Progressive Conservatives in declaring that only political parties who  achieve 12 seats in the House of  Commons would be entitled to  recognition, will forever haunt  the inheritors of a decimated (and  now unofficial) party of bandits  and bagmen. The party is in total  ruin and rightfully so.  Consider the record. The most  two-faced man in Canadian history came to power by telling John  Turner (no stranger to corporate  largesse himself) that he was a  patronage patsy. No need to elaborate re "lyin-Brian." Mulroney  will stand as top swine of pork-  barrel trough-hogs for time  immemorial.  Although the majority of  Canadians voted against the Free  Trade deal, it was forced down  our throats. That deal costs Canadians almost half a million jobs  and still threatens our sovereignty-  Opinion polls showed that  over 80 percent of Canadians disagreed with the imposition of a  value-added tax - the GST.  Again it was thrust down our  throats.  Brian knew the game was up  and grabbed the fast track to  fame and fortune as the head  sleaze of Ihe backroom bunch, a  lobbyist with a seven-million dollar mansion that the poor people  of Canada unknowingly bought  him as a farewell present. He did,  however, give the furniture back.  Then along came Kimmy the  prom-queen, who told us things  were going to be different, even  though she was elected by 3,400  trough-hog wannabes averaging  $70,000 per annum, all salivating  in syncopated style. Some difference!  So the people have spoken.  And now the Tories have to pack  their bags, sell the furniture, turn  over the assets to government  and get the hell out of town. The  Liberals have taken over on a  promise of jobs, jobs, jobs. They  could start by hiring a few hundred of the unemployed to piece  together the billions of thin strips  that will be flowing from the  shredding machines in what was  once Tory-town. The evidence  might help to lock a few dozen of  them up.  R.S. RODVIK  (Ilbsoiis  Socred outrage  An open letter to Premier  Mike Harcourt  On behalf of the Social Credit  caucus, I am writing to express  our shock and anger regarding  your government's contemptible  conduct and shameful interference with the judicial system. I  am referring, of course, to the  "Open Letter to the Constituents  of Lower Vancouver Island"  regarding the trial and sentencing  of Clayoquot protesters, which  was released by five NDP MLAs,  including four members of Cabinet.  The letter can only be construed for what it is - a desperate *  attempt by your government to  divorce itself from the political  fallout of its own policies on the  Clayoquot issue and indirectly  influence the courts. By condoning this action, you have sent a  chilling message to all British  Columbians. Namely, thai you  are unwilling lo discipline the  Ministers responsible for a letter  that appears to deliberately  undermine the integrity of our  judicial system for political gain.  The fact that the letter in question was released at all is reprehensible and inexcusable. The  fact that you either don't understand that, or simply don't care,  leaves British Columbians little  faith in your capacity and motivations as Premier. How you could  approve of such conduct is truly  beyond me.  Both the courts and the Crown  prosecutors have been indirectly  maligned by this letter, wilh your  approval. Yet,you claim to see  nothing wrong with the letter's  transparent attempt to make them  wear the blame for the administration of justice in your government's namesake.  Worse yet, the letter was  signed by the two Ministers most  directly involved with the Clayoquot issue. Both the Minister of  Forests and the Minister of Environment are lawyers. They, more  than anyone, should understand  why their actions are so offensive  and inflammatory, and as a  lawyer, you should too. Indeed, I  believe you do, but simply do not  have the intestinal fortitude to  suffer the political pain that  would surely flow from taking  Ihe appropriate course of action  with the Minister involved.  In closing, I would urge you  to carefully consider the reaction  that your handling of this matter  has elicited. British Columbians  have a right to expect that you  will protect the integrity of the  justice system. As such, you have  a duty to discipline the Ministers  responsible for the letter and  apologize accordingly.  JACK WEISGERBER  Leader, Social Credit  opposition  PROJECT MANAGER  The Project Manager will co-ordinate the research and development  of a Community Learning Cenlre which will address the special  needs of adults who are functioning at a low level of literacy S/he  will procure funding at Ihe Centre and overaee lis continuinj!  develiapmenlSpedfktastas-rllliKriidedaU searches, Ihe study of  similar program models within B.C, Canada and Ihe Uniled Slates  and proposal writing. Ilw Project Manager will coordinate the  activities of two Research Assistants and train them in dala  collection and Interviewing techniques. S/he will oversee the  physical asks Involved In setting up the Centre such as space  acquisition and facility development  Minimum of a Bachelor of Arts Degree, preferably In  Engllsh/Uteraiy/Miai-ation or retail  have eipertence In developing ct>mmimlty<based programs, centres  or projects and possess strong communication and pubUc speaking  skills. S/he mist be a resident of the SunsaVne 0��ut and eU��#>le ior  UIC benefits. A woiking taowledge-afcom|*utenb preferred as |  well as some eipertence wiarHng/tcatlilng In literacy Programs.  FuU-tlme temporary. November 29/93 to June 50/94  Salary  1600.00/wk.  RESEARCH ASSISTANTS  Under the direction of the Pro|ect Manager, Ihe Rcseaich Assistants  will work In depth with potential literacy students by helping to  assess Iheir needs and doing one<in*one Interviews that will identify  their educational needs, and elicit from them a notion of thc kind of  "user friendly" program that will allay their fears and engage Ihem  In learning. 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Coast News, November 8, 1993  SECHELT  5528 WW Street ��� 885-2526  Remembrance Day, Tburs., Nov 11  Peter London Im tbe lounge 1-6pm  Refreshments served  $ Friday & Saturday, Nov. 12&13&  NIGHT MOVES  OHM SUNDAYS ___%/ lUNtMtS MOM. * HI. Ili  Nexl General Meeting  Mon mv. IS  Crib  Imdcys, tpm  Bingo  ires., 1pm  Meat Draw  [myirhitdoy4ptii  fi  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886 9984  Friday & Saturday, Nov. 12 & 13  SKINNY JIMMY  BBQSteak*  $8.50 nd. G.S.T* fwfwt c^uonraws fast)  LUNCH AVAIL. FROM 12 PM TU  Next General Meeting  Wed NOV. 17  Bingo  Im. 7:15 pm  ES. -FRI.  Crib  Thus, Ipm  CLOUD  SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 -886-2411  *"' \fillwrs,MSat,NovlW&13&  LEEMORIN  ttTlUMYOMlY  MJOTKtftrMWNSIUfFET  $iS0,S��din$7^,5t3O- 7tMpa  fi  OWN SUNDAYS 11-9 �� KITCHEN OPEN MON.-FRI. 11 -6  Next General Meeting  Jm. HOI. It  Dirts  M7:Xpm\  Crib  Sal.lpm  Sat Meat Draw  fiwySofwrfov-l/"**  ���ii'  New hall complex  slated for Block 7  from page 1  "We're looking at the south  east corner of Cowrie and  Shorncliffe, in concert with - but  separate from - a new library,"  MacLarty said, adding the entire  six acre location is owned "free  and clear" by Sechelt and if the  project proceeds, Ihe provincial  government has indicated they  would be interested in building  a new courthouse on the site.  With that in mind, MacLarty  said, the government would  have to purchase one acre and  lhe money from that sale would  "go a long way toward paying  off Ihe new town hall."  She said the "prestige" of the  area would increase the property  value and the remaining property (with a green area in the  plans) "would be for commercial and multi-family development, which would certainly  bring in lots of tax dollars to the  community."  Library board chairman  Robert Allen said he and Ihe  board is in full agreement with  MacLarty and the town, citing  the current facility to be too  small and the proposed new site  as ideal.  "Studies show thai libraries  that are close to shopping centres do quite well," he said.  With an expanded library the  community would benefit from  more material available at the  facility and because the Helen  Dawe Archives (currently stored  in a garage in Sechelt) would be  housed in it.  Allen said the library is al a  point where Ihey have to consider saying no to book donations  because of the lack of space.  MacLarty said the alternative  to building a new town  hall/library would be to rent or  to have someone build a structure for the municipality to rent.  "Whal happens then is we  would be paying renl and  putting tax dollars into someone  else's pockets," MacLart said.  Sechelt staff and council will  be on hand to discuss the referendum questions along with  architect renderings at 7:30 p.m.  Nov. 9 and 2 p.m. Nov. 13 at the  existing hall.  The meetings will also be an  opportunity for people to see  "first hand" how "ridiculous"  the current hall is, MacLarty  said.  An architects rendering of the proposed municipal hall/library.  Poster projects aims at raising drug awareness  X     CLIP   'N'   SAVE    ><  by Ian Cobb  "Just say no" seems to have fallen away  into the same grave as the 1980s.  "I didn't realize how rampant the alcohol  and drug use is in school on the Sunshine  Coast - it blows me away," exclaimed  Action Alcohol and Drug Counselling Sociely counsellor/youth worker Merv Roy.  With that in mind, Roy and a host of  other Sunshine Coast schools and counsel  lors are gearing up for Drug Awareness  Week, Nov. 14 to 20.  Roy, who works full time within all three  coast high schools said that since he's started  working full time in the institutions, he's  come to realize the problem is "all a part of  the trickle down effect," meaning kids see  their parents drinking and using drugs and  they in turn do the same.  To help spread the message of what drug  and alcohol use can do to a person, high  schools on the Coast are holding essay contests (each has a different theme), with $100  being offered as a prize for the best essay  from each school.  In addition, elementary schools are holding poster contest."They will all revolve  around drugs and alcohol," Roy said, adding  that the provincial theme is "you make a difference."  Ministry investigates regional costs  Featured Pub of tbe Week  IRVINES LANDING PUB  Come in and enjoy a leisurely lunch  or dinner in our pub overlooking Joe  Bay. The food is excellent with a  variety of dishes to choose from.  There is a different feature every  night with Prime Rib every Saturday  night at $12.95. Our Halibut and  Chips is another favorite, enjoyed by  many who visit us. We also have a  wine and beer store which is open  seven days a week for your  convenience.  Pub Houra: Open 7 days a week  Galley: 11 am -10 pm  Situated In Pender Harbour. Call 883-1145. Pub: 11 am -11 pm  Mastercard, Visa accepted. Wine ft Beer Store: 7 days a week  Marina Dock: dawn to dusk  FAMILY DINING  Haid-A-Way Raataurant - Bring the  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, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am ��� 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 tor 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room  BaekMMy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub,* or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our ''Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmonl on Maple Road.  Cldsed Mondays .V Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kitchen  hours: Noon -8:00 pm.  IrvlnM Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am lo 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard (c  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's Raataurant * Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include' prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy s great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sundav brunch. 11 am * 1:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. oipen  7 days a week.  Blue Hiron Inn * Located on the  waterlront, enjov 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 Ihe summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chei Philippe Restaurant 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. itWed.  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  flamM 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.  Hillside Family Rettaufant Located at  Seaview Place, Highway 101. Featuring relaxed fine evening dining  with special emphasis on fresh  seafoods, innovative local cuisine  and daily specials. Casual atmosphere, licensed and air-conditioned. Houri: lunch, 11-4:30,  Mon-Sun; dinner Sun-Wed, 5-9;  Thurs-Sat, 5-10.866-2993.  ��� On Tha Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by afc sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechell at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKEOUT  Emie 10��an'i Drive 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 $10.  Hwy. 101. Obsofai. 886-7813.  ,bj Roxanne Gregory  Earlier Ihis year, Gibsons and  Sechelt municipal councils asked  for an investigation into financial  allocations requested by the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  This year's SCRD budget saw  whopping increases in requests  for tax revenues derived from the  municipalities for SCRD operations. Gibsons was hit with a 49  percent increase which meant an  increase in the mil rate of six percent just to cover the SCRD  request.  Gibsons mayor, Eric Small  commented, "We did ask the  investigations branch of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs to look  into how the SCRD funds allocations. The SCRD is expecting us  to support land purchases by the  district which do not benefit us.  They are not willing to support  our park land purchases. We feel  it is a matter of fairness. Basically it's a very visible symptom of  old guard attitudes toward the  , municipalities. The Regional  District is acting like a senior  government, which they are not."  Small feels the amount of  money inappropriately allocated  by the Regional District from  Gibsons is "in excess of  $200,000."  We've never seen that  there was a problem  -Peggy Connor  The money has already been  paid to the SCRD.  "If we chose not to pay it we  would be subject to a legal collections problem. It would be a  lose-lose situation for everybody.  So we approached Municipal  Affairs." said Small.  SCRD chair, Peggy Connor  counters Gibsons concerns by  stating "We've never seen that  there was a problem. There is  nothing wrong with Mayor  Small's questioning our allocations, although Ihis is the first  time Municipal Affairs has ever  investigated our allocations. In  terms of land or park purchases,  we have had unanimous consent  of all directors including those  horn the municipalities."  Deputy investigator for  Municipal Affairs, Al Tamblin,  was in Sechelt on Monday and  Tuesday, interviewing regional  directors, municipal politicians  and support staff. In an interview  Friday Tamblin said: "Allocations are not an exact science,  and they are never black and  white issues."  He added: "We are very limited in what we can do in terms of  re-allocations."  Sechelt administrator Art  Lew said he thought problems  arose because directors were not  made completely aware of their  financial obligations in deciding  some park land, and other purchases.  /ff//ff/f/fff/ffff/ff/f^^^^  Introducing Gramma's  Pub's Schedule of Events! ��  ��^qmmp^  Come on down and cheer on your  favorite team on our big screen.  m  BUD MONDAY - NFL Football  ICE TUESDAY - Sports Pick  CRIB WEDNESDAY  *  Game Time 7:30 pm  Bring Your Partner!  THIRSTY THURSDAY - 2 for 1 Prime Rib  5-8 pm  FRIDAYS - 15<t Wings & Things  SATURDAYS - Hockey Night in Canada  SUNDAY - At The Movies! Free Popcorn &nf<*  DAILY BEVERAGE SPECIALS!  We've had an efficiency expert  re-vamp our kitchen!  CHECK OUT OUR NEW DAILY  LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS  WATCH FOR OUR NEW MENU!  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I  I  I  Any Item from  our Full Service  Seafood  Department  Limit one pei  customer  November 8-14. 1993  Claytons Heritage  Market  ���a^a^MakiMala*at>V.  __t^____t_^__t__t*_^_________t_________a^_t___tm Coast News, November 8,  1993  S-JS1 Q'S  Billiards  TWiNortt no*d.(M��*K>n��.M6*0131  Monday-Thursday 11-11 ��� Friday - Saluiday 11*12 * Sunday 12-5  Wednesdays Ladies Discount 5 pm-11 pm  Thursdays Senior's Discount 11 am-5 pm  *   Juke   Box   ;   Relreshments   ��   Foosbal   *  news  Gibsons council eyeballs pay hikes  VINYL SIDING  Minimum Soffits, Patk) Covers & Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring, Windows i Handrail Covenngs.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  ��7 - 5522 Wharl St. Sechelt  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYVME    Jim Bain 985-4572  by Ian Cobb  The council stipend will  likely be a bit belter for those  serving the nexl three-year term  in Gibsons. Hui il will still be  below the provincial norm for  comparable municipalities.  After passing the first reading of a Council Indemnity  Bylaw Nov. 2, a pay raise of 12  per cent for the mayor and 13  per cenl for councillors is in the  works.  Currently, Ihe mayor is paid  $7,980 a year and councillors  receive $S,08S. The new rales  before council will bump the  mayor's wages up to $8,949 and  councillors up lo $5,755.  While the jump in wages  Fall Sale  November 1st- 15th  EYE-DEAL  OPTICAL  Sunnycrest Mall Jpjgne 886-8871  *   ^  ^  Save $5000  ON GLASSES  Complete Purchase  Frame & Lenses  Save $3000  ON ANY CONTACT LENS  Purchase Softs, Toric,  RGP Bifocals  Call forappt. onC.L  In Touch with Tomorrow  TOSHIBA  FROM 19" BLACKSTRIPE  with its vivid picture and stylish frame  '���'���-*    ���  On screen  digital picture  and sound controls  Channel return and  Channel search  27 key remote.  Treat yourself  with a  clearer picture  WT450OO  WT83500  LARGE CAPACITY  LARGE CAPACITY  WASHtR  DRYER  ��� 9 Automatic cycles  ��� 2 Drying cycles  . Infinite water level sellings  INotmal, Permanent Piessl  . 4 WeihlRinse tempeiatuies  . 3 Temperature settings  . MAGIC CLEAN* lint filler  (Hot, An. Warmi  ��� Bleach and lac-tic softenei  . Side swing dooi  dispenseis  * Available in white only  ��� direct Drive transmission  . Available in white only  THE  mirlpdol  ���   homeX appliances  NEXT   GENERATION^  _���AKN���3e  WB958500*  SELF-CLEAN  CONVECTION RANGE  . UFTTOP Cooktop  . Electronic lime and  tempeiatuie control  ��� 3 Convection cooking modes  ��� TEN0ERC00K element  . SUPERBROIl element  . Convection mast lack  and ema oven tack  .SUREGRIP oven dooi handle  . Push lo open storage drawei  . Automatic oven light  ��� Also available in almond  IWBP58580)  may seem like a lot, (Iibsons  mayor Brie Small has said he  spends up lo 25 hours a week  working as mayor, which, when  considered with the new wages,  amounts lo roughly $6.88 an  hour.  A committee of three Gibsons residents (Russell Crum,  Janel Webb and Richard Wray)  were selected lo review council  indemnities in early 1992 and  make recommendations.  In their conclusions they  note, "The more this committee  examined the issue of, and  underlying reasons for, indemnities for council members, the  more Ihis committee came to  view lhal ultimately the amount  of indemnity is a purely political  decision. A citizen running for  public office should feel, in  comparison to his or her peers in  other communities of similar  size, that he or she is being  treated equitably."  Of the towns the committee  looked at, Armstrong, Peachland and Osoyoos they found:  "These towns all had a population of 3,000 persons plus, a five  year growth rate in the period of  1986- 1991 of approximately  16 per cent, and about 1,300  dwellings. Their budgets ranged  between $3 and $4-million. All  of these towns reviewed their  indemnities in 1991," the committee wrote.  The committee calculated the  average indemnities of Ihe  mayor and council members of  these four towns and came up  with $9,826 for mayors and  $6,108 for council members.  In addition, the committee  noted lhat to bring Gibsons  council up to snuff with provincial equivalents, the mayor  would need a 40 per cenl raise  and council 35 percent.  The committee reports noted  thai such increases wouldn't be  "politically acceptable" and  instead suggested the mayor  receive a 10 per cent increase  and council a nine per cenl  increase in each of Ihe next four  years.  Coast social planning needs  discussed at Powell River forum  hy Roxanne Gregory  Sunshine Coast regional  directors, mayors, municipal  officials and school board  trustees were among 18 delegates to attend a social planning  working forum in Powell River  Wednesday.  The forum, co-sponsored by  the Social Planning and  Research Council of BC  (SPARC) and Powell River  Social Planning Coalition was a  chance for representitives of  various BC municiaplities to  discuss the various aspects of  social planning and the need for  social planning councils.  Some of the representatives  from municiaplities with social  planning councils already in  place, like councillor Dorothy  Argent of Salmon Arm,  described the evolution of such  councils in their communities.  "Municipal government has  been too far removed from the  social fabric of the community,"  Argent said. 'They have not  been comfortable with sharing  power with citizens groups, nor  have they consistently responded to the environment or social  concerns of the community."  Argent said what is missing  in the process is an overview of  community planning and she  criticized the traditional top-  down hierarchy of local govern-  Duncan Fraser and Rosina Giles go over proposals at a social  planning meeting Wednesday In Powell River. Roxanne Gregory photo  ments who assume because they  are elected they can make planning decisions in isolation from  the community.  "We live in times of increasingly rapid change," she said,.  "Citizens want more say in the  delivery of services and the  directions in development of  their communities. They want  Presented By The Driftwood Players  Doors open at 7:30pm �� Curtain up at 8pm  FRIDAY & SATURDAY  NOVEMBER 12 & 13  Roberts Creek Hall  Tickets at Talewind Books, Coast Books, Creek Store and door ��� $8.50  change from the bottom up."  Social planning changes  identified as pressing by Sunshine Coast groups included  development of waste management plans, increased opportunities for employment, environmental issues and concerns  about increased demands upon  infrastructure due to population  growth and development.  SCRD chair Peggy Connor  who attended the forum said, "I  have a different idea aboul what  social planning really is after  coming away from the workshop. Maybe we need to reevaluate our role in social planning. Currently we try to  address a lot of ihose issues  through our OCP process, bul I  see that working together with  the Powell River group could be  a good way to address some of  the issues." Connor said she  didn't feel the Coast was ready  for a social planning coordinator, but thought the SCRD  might look at a committee structure if it was gradually developed.  RE-ELECT ERIC SMALL  MAYOR OF GIBSONS  W-aaT.wNMl���  Lied the council that  'Kssidtnt ofgiBsotu  ��� fixed the sewer  ��� secured tbe water su  ��� programmed upgrat  ��� will see the waterfro  ��� work toward one go  ��� will continue respon  i  ppty  ting of the road system  ntpark developed  vernment on the Coast  siMe government  SMALL, Eric  X  --**���* _______e__mm._{m_m_m_t  aaMaiMa^kl  mmm Coast News, November 8,  1993  community  REMEMBRANCE DAY  NE     Subway is donating 25<t  from each sub sold to the  Legion Poppy Fund  November 11  Open 11 am -11 pm  ���SUBWAV"  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons ��� ..  Open 6 am Monday-Friday �� Open  886  0440  ate everydayl  NEW?  On Hm Coast  laby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts te welcome you.  CALL US!  Sechelt Gibsons lor Babies  RuthJjMMy    Carole IM-J6M    Midge MS-3310  Scooting off into the night, a little trick-or-treater departs from Grantham's community hall Hallowe'en evening.    Joel Johnstone photo  'round west horn sound  by Joan Peterson  Directors of the Wesl Howe Sound Electors Association (WHSEA) for the forthcoming year were elected at the October general  meeting and arc as follows: Daphne Avis,  president; Sam Aikins, vice-president; Jim  Ling, secretary; Claire Rainer, treasurer;  Joan Peterson, publicity; Frank Nanson, past  president; Louis Hornung, Shirley Macey  and Glen Marson.  The board wishes to extend  sincere  thanks to retiring directors for their dedicated  service. Our appreciation to Bob Deither,  Eric Cardinall and Bert Norman.  Mall boxes  The October meeting agenda also included a report on our enquiry for improved  mailbox structures and access versus the  rickety green units, utterly insecure and fre-  george In gibsons  quently precariously close to roads.  Sorry taxpayers, Canada Post sees no  superboxes in parklike surrounds on the  Coast for at least five years, unless in subdivisions and paid for by developers. Their priorities are with larger communities, ie  Squamish. Does CPC really think the gree-  nies can last five years?  Muddy BUI  A presentation was given by Bill Hughes,  proposing a Muddy Bill facility in this area.  Discussion is scheduled for the November  general meeting.  Other topics for attention in November  are West Howe Sound referendum issues  such as Sechelt arena vs regional recreation  facilities, ie. Maple Park, Langdale -  improve it and use it or lose it; Gibsons new  public library.  Bypass banter  We have promised to keep pestering for  resolution of the unfinished bypass and  'unparkable' ferry parking facility, both constant reminders in our midst of bureaucratic  boondoggling. The response(s) to repeated  requests is invariably Ihe same: no money.  Now, with our premier planning more  Highways spending, via a $2 billion Vancouver Island bypass and even more recently,  angling for a share of Ihe infrastructure dollars promised by Ottawa, it is essential Victoria act first on the unfinished business in  the heart of this community.  Next meeting  Next general meeting is Wednesday, Nov.  10 at 7:30 pm at Langdale school satellite.  This is your forum - it's in your interest to  be there. Everyone is welcome  by George Cooper  If Ihe CHC film unil the companion book, The Valour and  The Honor has done nothing  else for Remembrance Day this  year, it has jolted the inert and  complacent 'average' citizen to  some degree of reflection upon  Canada's part in WWII. The  film and the book are, according  to the author-producers, the  untold story of Canadian servicemen in Ihe Second World  War.  The film, like many CBC  productions, may not have been  watched by more than a few in  ils showings in early 1992, but  the furor of outraged response  among hundreds of veterans has  given the media livid copy for  the past year and more. It has  stirred up opinion as well in our  regional weekly newspapers.  Why the outrage? Those who  protest the film and the book see  them as a peep show thai focuses on a narrow theme and in  doing so ignores  the  vast  Going Away  on Vacation?  Youf Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lraw your curs athomr wtth m.  PH/Animal Care  MallCk-aa-tafa-ndPona^nllni  Indoor a*hnt and Yard Malnlcnanca*  ���rajiaWllrnr *-*--*-���"~ *"*���lee  CAUSHARON 885-2228  panorama that was WWII.  The theme? Military generals, insensitive and ambitious,  sent the naive young men into  hopeless situations in Normandy  and by air, driven by a brutal air  marshal, to drop death and desolation upon innocent mothers  and their babies.  That war is horrifying and  cataclysmic, no one denies.  What a vast number of veterans,  however, see in this film is the  utter ignoring of what their  cause was - you know, liberty to  have government the way Abe  Lincoln defined it. Bul perhaps  that's just a tired old chestnut.  Although the film producers  would insist their film portrays  the servicemen to be courageous  but manipulated, many veterans  see Ihe film depicting them as  thugs.  They protest, too, the film's  sensational style and its disregard of historical accuracy and  its use of innuendo. They see it  only as the personal view of the  producers lhat uses a cunning  selection of evidence to support  their theme. History is revised  in their hands.  One cause for reflection does  arise from a viewing of the film  - is it not time to cease thinking  of the servicemen on the other  side as the 'enemy'? Indeed it is  long past that time and we  would hope not too late to consider them as a part of this deadly game of war, but not 'enemies'.  If a documentary is defined  as a showing of the historical  record by picture and spoken  word without a trace of opinion  or judgement, then The Valour  and The Horror is not a documentary, nor is it that sly  hybrid, a docudrama. It is an  opinion piece, a kind of propaganda. But read the book, compare it to the recorded history  and reminiscence literature  available. The story has been  told many times before.  On Nov. 11, some of us old  . vets will remember those who  ' went to war not because it was a  job when there were no jobs  elsewhere, as the film states, but  because it was there to be done.  Yes, and lurking in the background of our thoughts was the  feeling of a necessary purpose.  PFAFFSALE!  fc  See the Nov. 4 Coast News Weekender (or details  or bstt.tr y��t...com�� ��������� us al  Sea* Salty  Serving thc Sunshine Const lor Ui Yens  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt      885-2725  CuiemHrnu-Wmltk  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BainctieeCoeatToCoaet  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  The Blue Heron Inn  is offering  UMWtmSlMlUS  H_tmmVsB  Wednesday  Rnait Bread ufTurkry Stuffed with Mixed Fruits.  I.intraan tarry Game J ui  Thursday  Kettueeine Alfmlnwith Shrimp  Friday  KilrtMigniananilTijis with Pasta in a  Muatanland Peppercorn Cream Sauce  Sunday  Fresh R.C. Smoked Salmon Omelette  WewillIieopenDe<-.24,26.29&Jan. l&2forLim<-h&Dim.i-r  Christmas Day for Dinner only  NEWYEAR'S:Dee.31  Early sealing 5-7:30pm * live classical guitarist  Lateseating8pm-2am ��� One seating only  ��� "Butler in the Hay"  CLOSED JAN. 4-18  CaUformoreinfo.  Open Sii.m. ��� Reservations Requested  Fully Licenced ��� East Porpoise Bay  885-3847  (HueHeron Inn  ^JB^aiAWimS_u  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA ��� PHONE: 886-2670 ��� VAN. LINE; 682-7392 ��� FAX : 886-3760  Here We Grow Again!  Lindsay Beynon  Beth Pate  RE/MAX "Top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome Beth Pate and  Lindsay Beynon to its growing team of Professional Realtors.  Beth and Lindsay are pleased they've made a move to RE/Mi\X "Top 20"  Realty, the 100% commission real estate office.  Together they share eleven years of professional service to their clients and  the community.  This dynamic duo has received numerous selling awards and look forward  to offering an even better level of service to both past and new clients.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  DID YOU KNOIV?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.    ' *-������ ^a^^^-^-^^^-.      t    ���   n   '     ���--*--���------       ���*- 10  Coast News, November ti, 1993  SuS- Qs  Billiards  739 North Road, Gir��on��>88aV0131  Saf- Nov. ]?  Demonstrations  by  I dill I < t\i��*i  (currently lid in North Anieri. <i)  11 it k Shot Slum 1 it nm  ���All Challengers Welcome*  ���RIGHT ��� LEFT ��� ONE HANDED ���  Mondaji-^iursda'fJJJJ^Ftjc^^  I  SM  , >:  Unity in Diversity  In celebration ol "Unity in Diversity Week" (Nov. 7-13),  the Baha'is ot the Sunshine Coast share with you  these thoughts Irom the Baha'i Writings:  -lln- Creator of all is One (iod.  Consider the world of creaml helnus. how varied anil diverse  they are In species, yet with one sole origin All the dltTeri'iue  that appear are those of outward form and lolour This diversity  of type is apparent throughout the whole of Nature.  Thus should II be among the children of men! llie diversity in  the human family should be the cause uf love and harmony, as It  is in music where many different notes blend together In tne  making of a perfect chord. If you meet those of different race  and colour to yourself, do mil mistrust lliem and withdraw  yourself Into your shell of conventionality, but rather be glad  and show them kindness Think of them as different coloured  roses growing in the beautiful garden of humanity, and rejoice to  be among them.  Likewise, when you meet those whose opinions differ from your  own, do not turn away your face from lliem. All are seeking  truth, and Ihere arc many roads hading therein Truth has many  aspects, but It remains always and for ever one.  Do not allow difference of opinion, or diversity of thought to  separate you from your fellow men. or to be the cause of dispute,  hatred and strife In your hearts.  Rather, search diligently for thc Truth and make all men your  friends.  For more information call: 866-2078  _*���-. :_v ������=  ���-fa- ���3*C ~W ���*v iV  _.V ���/������������  by K. Trueman, 885-2282  Downtown Robeits Creek has  been extremely busy this past  week or two. The reason being  the first phase of the new  Robens Creek Store is nearing  completion. In fact, it is hoped  the facility will be ready to serve  the communily near the end of  this month.  Once the new store is open,  the second phase will begin with  the demolishing of the old and  adding a wing onto the new  which will be used for storage  and work purposes. Parking will  be in the front of the total store  complex. Oh, and don't worry,  the popular porch will be there  for all of us to meet our friends  and hear the news.  PAC  The parents advisory committee of Robeits Creek elementally  is holding a fundraising Cash  Lottery Raffle. First prize is  $500; second is $300; and third  prize is $200. There is a limit of  1,200 tickets to be sold at $2  each.  Tickets are on sale at the  Roberts Creek store, the Robeits  Creek legion and at the Roberts  Creek Craft Fair on Nov. 27 and  28. The draw will take place  Dec. 14 at the final PAC meeting of the year. The profits will  go to help provide equipment for  the school's computer lab.  Driftwood Players  The Driftwood Players present Sunshine Vaudeville at its  very best. This wonderful old  fashioned entertainment with an  up-to-date touch is coming to the  Roberts Creek hall on Friday  community   "a^E  mmmtf-m'  -       =-  Jack Eldred (left) of the Roberts  presents $1200 to Roberts Creek  and Parent Advisory Committee  another Macintosh computer for  computer lab.  and Sat., Nov. 12 and Nov. 13 at  8 pm. Tickets are $8.50 and are  available from Talewind Books,  Coast Books, Roberts Creek  Creek Legion Bingo Committee  Elementary principal Jack Pope  member Diana Gaudaur to buy  the school's under construction  Joel Johnstone photo  store or at the door.  Creek Legion  More help for the school's  computer lab equipment came  last week from the Roberls  Creek Legion. Al a ceremony at  the school last Tuesday, Jack  Eldred and Diana Gaudaur presented school principal Jack  Pope with a classic Apple Macintosh computer worth $1,200.  The legion was able to purchase  the computer from money  earned through bingo which is  held weekly at the hall. Eldred  says the branch likes to concentrate on the youth of the community whenever possible.  The computer lab will be an  extension of the new library  which should be open within the  next two weeks. The library  itself will accommodate 70 children at one time with one class  in the reading pit. one at the  working tables and another in  the computer lab.  Jack Pope says that the lab is  a dream coming true for the students of Roberts Creek. His  vision for the near future is to  have one computer for each student in the class.  Library news  Wondering about adoption?  Wondering what to say to your  adopted child? Your library can  help. We suggest you read The  Baby Chase by Kornheiser and  our new Canadian Guide to  International Adoptions by John  Bowen will interest many.  Another new book of great value  is Communicating With the  Adopted Chili by Miriam  Komar. Besides these specialized books, more generalized  works such as Creative Parenting by William Sears is available.  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  HitfR BOUTIQUE  88S-2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  ffl  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  P��4h "Watty'a  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  Ml Chevron Producta  883-2253  883-2888  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Wescome  I /. Mile NoaaTH aaa* GARDEN bat rd.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  Pamdaar Haibour. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT < TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goodi Store  Francl* Penlnaula Place  Corner of Sunahlne Coaat Hwy. 6  Francl* Ptnlntuli Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  DINING  RESTAURANT.  883-9*19  SERVICES  wvsrm  MtWate  Tar t Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roof*. Torch On, Ourolds  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabnc.ibon ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Staintess Steel  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  QrawraW, Ctaaring  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9S24  MicmEL C. Crowe  Barrister * Saallcltor  Notary Public  Pender Harbour legal Senices  \UV1 Msda-ln Pa* Rd.. Marietta Part  .983-9875  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community Programming on Coast Cable 11  Gibsons/Sechelt & Cable 10 Pender Harbour  Tuesday  November, 9,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "From the Freezer"  7:90pm  RecrealkmCommiMion  7:3tpm  To Be Announced  8:00pm  Municipal Election Candidate)  8:00 Sechelt Council 8:30 Gibsons Council 8:45 School Board 9:00  Regional Board. Pender Harbour candidates 8:00 p.m.  Wednesday  November 10,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "Lean and Luscious"  7:00pm  Mac. Bio. Tree Farm License  8:00pm  Forests for The Future  A tour of the Canfor seed orchard.  8:30pm  Wasle Management  9:00pm  Arts Update  SPONSORED BY SOUTH COAST FORD  dam bay  SECHELT LEGION     r  REMEMBRANCE DAY  Thursday, November 11  Assembly at thc Legion  ��� 10:15am  Parade to the Cenotaph Services  ��� 11:00am  Fly pass by Island Upper Airlines  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  There are thousands of miles  of BC coastal areas that are  used by millions of seabirds,  shorebirds and waterfowl for  bleeding, migratory staging and  wintering.  It is, therefore, imperative  that their population growth and  mortality rate be monitored on a  regular basis.  This includes abnormal  events such as oil spills and  other environmental causes such  as ingestion of foreign objects,  diseases, predators, fish hooks,  gill nets, etc.  A voluntary program called  the BC Beached Bird Survey  was initiated by Dr. Alan E.  Berger and is sponsored by the  Ministry of the Environment  Emergency Services Branch in  Victoria.  To date there are approximately 38 regular surveys taking place each month in BC and  this program is currently being  undertaken in a number of  coastal areas around the world.  The data collected has resulted  in increased awareness in oil  spills, gill-net fishing regulations and other concerns related  to sea life.  Gwen Abram is one of these  dedicated volunteers who will  speak on these issues at the  DB/WC meeting this Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 pm.  This is your opportunity to  hear this fascinating lady speak  on a most important environmental issue and your chance to  ask pertinent questions, like  "what can we do to help?" Do  you know there are only two  volunteers on the entire Sunshine Coast?  Do plan to attend this informative meeting.  Polnsetta tea  The ladies of St John's United Church in Davis Bay are  hosting a Poinsettia Tea on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 2 to 4 pm.  Admission is free but they  will be offering home baking,  Christmas decorations, crafts,  plants and pottery for sale with  a lunch of sandwiches and  sweets for just $2.50. The tea  will be opened by Reverend  Patricia Baker.  New minister  Davis Bay welcomes the new  husband and wife ministerial  team, Reverends Glen and Patricia Baker, to St. John's United  Church.  They have recently arrived  from Kelowna to take up their  new duties here, working with  young and old alike in the community.  Craft sale  The last craft sale of the year  will be held at the hall on Saturday, Nov. 13 from 10 am to 2  pm.  Tables are $8 and can be  reserved by calling Bill at 885-  7490.  Get yours early, only 46  more shopping days 'til Christmas.  Nominations  Nominations are now open  for the first annual DB/WCCA  Citizen of the Year Award.  Selections must be in writing  (doesn't need to be an essay)  and submitted to either Louise  Colliss or myself or dropped off  at the library.  Deadline for entries is Dec.  16 with the award being presented at the Christmas Tree  Burning Potluck Dinner the  middle of Januaiy. Good luck to  all.  Parents advisory  The Parents Advisory Council wishes to thank the community for supporting their wrapping paper and card sale. Every  bit of support counts.  Remember  Don't forget to wear a poppy  in 'remembrance'.  5  'Ot 0 a*  6  Ml I e*  m  II  ���a  a  rot et  Inglis Heights Subdivision  ��� 15 fully serviced lots available  spring 94  ��� Underground services  ��� Sidewalks  ��� Central location  ��� Building restrictions  ��� Some view lots  ��� Adjacent to Prestigious  Oceanmount Estates  ��� Starting at $74,900  Developer  Murmac Construction Ltd.  Phone 886-8691   -** ��� - *��� -���*��������� Coast News, November 8,  1993  11  community  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  It takes all kinds of hard work and that  was in evidence when the Christmas Bazaar  and White Elephant sale opened on Nov. 6.  Virginia Ekdahl, who chaired the event,  wishes to thank everyone who worked so  hard and those who attended the annual  event.  Nestled about 17 kilometres west of  Salmon Arm on the Trans Canada Highway,  lies a place called Lee's Swiss Chalet on  beautiful White Lake. The story goes that  you can catch rainbow trout up to 20  pounds. What a whopper.  Lee Milsted, owner of the chalet has a  program of improvements that will see his  facility become wheelchair accessible. He  has made an impressive start by building one  open design cabin with a ramp. He has built  accessible male and female washrooms in  the main building and an accessible laundry  room. The dining room and the lake view  dining patio are also accessible. The breakfasts are typical of Interior portions - very  large and tasty.  Lee will be limited only by mother nature  in his quest to make his place accessible by  all wheelchair users. The property has four  large level areas, all of which can be negotiated with relative ease; however, movement  from level to level might be difficult without  a little help.  The T-shaped wharf is accessible with  ease from the shore of the crystal clear  waters of White Lake. There is an area set  aide for tenting and an area for RVs with  partial hookups.  As Lee puts it, "I'll go all the way if  there's a demand." You can't argue with that  commitment. What is wheelchair accessible  makes it easy for those with braces, walkers  and canes.  Looking to meet  the Tates in Church  Do you know how many  members of the Tate family  belong lo your church?  There is old man Die Tate  who wants to run everything,  while Uncle Ro Tate tries to  change everything. Their sister  Agi Tate stirs up plenty of trouble, with help from her husband  lrri Tate.  Whenever new projects are  suggested, Hesi Tate and his  wife Vege Tate, wanl to wait  until next year. Then there is  Aunt Imi Tate, who wants our  church to be like all the others.  Devas Tate provides the voice  of doom, while Poten Tate  wants to be a big shot.  But not all members of the  family are bad. Brother Facili  Tate is quite helpful in church  matters.  And a delightful, happy  member of the family is Miss  Pelici Tate. Cousins Cogi Tate  and Medi Tate always think  things over and lend helpful,  steady hands.  And of course there is the  black sheep of the family,  Ampu Tate, who has completely cut himself off from the  church.  - Author unknown  Taken from the June issue of  Burning Bush, the newsletter of  Westminister Church, Chauvin  and St. Andrew's Church,  Wainwright.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  Small Business Workshop  Run Your Own Show  Create Your Own Opportunity  Course # BMGS 33911  Saturday/Sunday - November 13/14  Fee$145  If you are thinking of starting a small business or  expanding an existing one, this weekend course is  for you. This workshop will lake you through the  steps Involved in selling up a small business:  ��� Preparing a business plan  ��� Securing financing  ��� Developing marketing strategics  ��� General business management  For more information and to register, call the  Sechelt Campus at 885-9310.  5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt, B.C.-VON 3A0  NAME  BATH  VARIETY  I .UL-NATURAL BEAUTY LINE  ��� Bath ft Shower Gel - 6 different fragrances  a Natural Oils ��� Makeup Removei  ��� Clarifying Skin Toner  ��� KnrlchedKye & Throat Cel  ��� Moisturizing Cleansing Milk  ��� All Day Molslurizei ��� Antiseptic Clarifying  |* Cleansing Lotion ��� Astringent  ��� Cleansing Cream  I* facial ��� Mask ��� Snub  FOODS  the biggest Utjja store In cHaons untHna nt-2936  We have 85 cats  we haven't got  space for.  If you don't adopt these cats,  we will have no other choice.  The SPCA animal shelter & foster  homes are full of cats. Cats arc  being adopted, but more arc  coming in than going out. Wc  arc quickly running out of space,  and the alternative to keeping  <s>  them is euthanasia. The situation  is urgent, if you're thinking of  adopting ��� now is the time. We  need your help ��� don't eliminate  thc animal, eliminate thc  problem ��� adopt a cat!  Sunshine Coast SP.CA.  Please call 886-CARE (2273) for more information  socholt scenario  by Deanna l.ueder, 885-7365  Remembrance Day, Nov. 11  is on a Thursday this year. Let  us all pause at 11 am to recognize the sacrifices made by  many young Canadians who  lost their lives while representing Canada throughout the  world in times of war.  There will be services at that  time at the memorial at the corner of Wharf Road and Cowrie  Street in Sechelt.  Poppies are for remembrance  and the funds raised through  their sale goes to many good  causes right here on the Sunshine Coast. Wear one as a visible message of remembrance  and thanks.  Writers forge  The Writers Forge monthly  meeting will be at Rockwood  Centre at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 10.  Professional women  The Sunshine Coast Business and Professional Womens  Club is an organization that promotes the interests of all working women in Canada from  equal pay legislation to child  care facilities to safe work environments.  All women are welcomed to  club membership who are  actively engaged in remunerative employment. The Sunshine  Coast branch is presenting a fall  fashion show called Coast  Lifestyles on Tuesday, Nov. 9  at Ihe seniors hall in Sechelt at  7:30 pm. Tickets are available  form club members and most  local businesses.  Funds raised through this  event go toward the Transition  House and for bursaries 'o  mature women students. This is  another fun way lo support  some worthwhile projects.  All candidates  If you missed the last All  Candidates meeting for the  upcoming civic elections on  Nov. 20, you're not too late.  There will be another one on  On Nov.. 10 at 7:30 pm at the  Seniors Hall.  This is sponsored by the  communities of East Porpoise  Bay and everyone is welcome.  There are a lol of candidates  running for council, several for  the school board and two for  mayor. We owe il to ourselves  to vote as knowledgeably as  possible.  Craft sales  Don't forget Ihe two big  craft sales coming up this weekend. On Nov. 12 and 13 Save ,  the Children Fund of BC,  Sechelt branch presents its  annual Chrislmas Craft Sale at  Trail Bay Mall.  On Salurday, Nov. 13 the  Sechelt Branch of St. Mary's  Auxiliary is holding its annual  bazaar at the Indian Band Hall  from 10 am to I pm.  MORE TRUCK  Ford F-Series, Drive a Leader!  ���Best Selling Truck in B.C.1  ���#1 Selling Truck in Canada for  27 Years  ��� Larger Standard Engine than GM  ��� More Towing Capacity than GM  Loaded with Standard Features!  ��� Driver Side Air Bag  ���4.9 Litre EFI Engine  .5 Speed Manual Transmission  ���Power Brakes with Rear ABS  ��� AM/FM Stereo  AVAILABLE AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS BEGINNING ON OCTOBER 23.1993.  tBased on 1992 Compusearch registrations. Vehicle may not be exactly as shown.-Based on retail purchases of 1994 F-150 Special 4x2 Regular Cab with PEP 826A from dealer  inventoiy. $13,320 with cashback deducted. Freight included. Excludes applicable taxes and licenses. CST is payable on full amount of purchase price before cashback  deducted. Dealer may sell for less. Limited time offer Offei available at participating dealers to residents of Biitish Columbia only. See dealer for details.  British Columbia  Ford & Mercury Dealers  FORD  MERCURY  SOUTH CO-AST FORD        wharf rd., sechelt ��� eas-uei ��� mdl #5936 12  Coast News, November 8, 1993  IMPORTANT QUESTIONS AND ANSWER  ARE THERE REFERENDUM QUESTIONS AT THIS  YEAR'S POLLS?  Yes. District of Sechelt Voters will be asked to vote on two important referendum  questions at this year's Municipal Election. Both questions have to do with the  expenditure of money. Both questions are important to the future of the community.  WHAT ARE THEY?  You will be asked to approve expenditures for  (1) A new municipal hall  (2) A new municipal library.  WHY DO WE NEED THESE NEW FACILITIES?  The simple answer to that question is GROWTH.  Since being built, our population has grown fen-fold so that both facilities are serving  more than 7,000 people but with practically the same amount of space.  WHAT IS A REFERENDUM?  A referendum is a vote that must be taken by the Electorate on questions that have to do  with large expenditures by a Municipality. This voting procedure is carried out at polls  duly constituted under the B.C. Election Act.  WHEN ARE REFERENDUM QUESTIONS PUT TO THE  PEOPLE?  Most often referendum questions are put to the people during a general election. Since  the referendum process is exactly the same as the regular election process, combining  the two saves the taxpayer a substantial amount of money.  HOW ARE REFERENDUM QUESTIONS ANSWERED  BY THE ELECTORATE?  Each question asked of the elector is answered through a simple "yes" or "no" by  marking an "x" in the appropriate box provided on the ballot.  WHO CAN VOTE ON A REFERENDUM QUESTION?  Any person who is on the Voter's list by virtue of residing or owning real property in  the Municipality.  A SHORT HISTORY OF SECHELT'S PUBLIC LIBRARY  The Sechelt Public  Library began in an  apartment above a  local business. A  group of dedicated  volunteers began  collecting books and  with the unpaid  assistance of an  experienced librarian,  a $2.00 annual fee  from each user arid a,,  small grant from the  Province to cover the  $100.00 needed for  the annual rent, the  Sechelt Library  opened its doors on  September 21,1961.  After a five year stay in "the apartment" the library moved to another site that was  described as "dirty, grubby and draughty" until they found a home in 1967 at the  present location on Trail Avenue. Between Centennial money, small grants and  donations, the Centennial Library was built and opened on December 17th, 1967. Soon  this building proved too small for our burgeoning population of some 600 souls and so  after more grants by the Village and other sources, the building was expanded twice  more until in 1984 it had become the 1,840 square foot building it is today.  WHY DO WE NEED A NEW LIBRARY FOR SECHELT?  Once again, the answer is growth. The existing Library has simply been outgrown.  There isn't the space to house all the books or serve the demands of more than 7,000  ! residents. Just look at the figures.  ! In 1988,27,906 books were borrowed from the Library. In 1992 that number has  ' exploded to 40,521! The only reason that number hasn't at least doubled is that there  I simply isn't any more room for more books.  *."'"iti9  m__^l     '  '���> '*,  '*< ���*,,?  ���    /   *  if '���' '���-���'.  i  P-oj-J  ���j^^g:  >im/���  ^^*^BH>  Sechelt Library c. 1982  ���m^kmjS^  :;*"U; i^-5-^;  TN*.  /  In 1988 Sechelt Public Library added 549 books to its shelves... in 1992 a total of 1,689  books were added.  In 1988 no books were borrowed by children. In 1992,230 children borrowed books on a  regular basis.  The existing library is literally bursting at the seams.  HOW IMPORTANT IS A LIBRARY TO OUR  COMMUNITY?  A public library plays an extremely important role in any community. Every person,  young or old, must be given the opportunity to take part in the enriching world of  books. Children discover our world through a library. Students, young or old, use a  library for reference and study and all of us benefit from the opportunity of being able  to share the diverse ideas, the tragic tales, the mysteries, the classics and the comedy  that only the pages of a book can provide. Without an adequate library, the entire  community is a little poorer.  WHAT WOULD A NEW LIBRARY BUILDING BRING  TO SECHELT?  Modern libraries include, but go far beyond, the basic and important world of books. A  new Sechelt Public Library would offer such necessities as educational and instructive  videos, music in various forms, National Film Board productions, "talking" books, inter-  library loans, as well as public programs such as readings by local authors. A new  Library would enable students to come for research and study and younger children for  story hours. The new Sechelt Library will be a centre for constructive activity and year-  round learning.  In short, a modern library will make Sechelt a more attractive place to live and work. A  new library will improve our quality of life.  THE HELEN DAWE ARCHIVES  Helen Dawe, the granddaughter of Sechelt's first non-native family, died in 1983. Her  legacy to Sechelt was a well organized and diverse account of Sechelt's politics, pioneers  and development. After Helen's death her sister, long time resident Billie Steele, offered  the collection to Sechelt Council, which accepted with the proviso that the Sechelt Public  Library would be custodians.  This invaluable archives tracing the history of Sechelt through documents, artifacts,  photographs and first hand accounts, is still housed at Mrs. Steele's residence due to the  lack of space available for it at the Library.  If the building is approved, this valuable part of Sechelt's history will finally be where it  belongs and available to everyone.  HOW MUCH SPACE IS NEEDED FOR THE PROPOSED  LIBRARY?  Government studies and reports base the minimum required size of a library on the  population of the community which it serves. Sechelt's Public Library has just under  1,900 sq. feet of space, including book storage. According to accepted studies, our need  is three times that to adequately serve the District of Sechelt and environs. The proposed  size of the new building is 6,0000 sq. ft. and engineering will be such that the building  could be expanded in the future.  WHAT HAPPENS TO THE EXISTING LIBRARY IF THE  REFERENDUM IS SUCCESSFUL?  The existing building will be sold and the proceeds used to offset the cost of new  shelving, furniture and book storage facilities.  WHAT HAPPENS IF THE PEOPLE VOTE "NO?"  The future of the Sechelt Library will be very much in doubt. There just isn't enough  space to serve the community and so the acquisition of new books will have to slow  down dramatically and the volunteers who, in 1992, gave 3,516 hours of their time to the  Sechelt Public Library may very well give up fighting a losing battle.  THE BOTTOM LINE... HOW MUCH WILL A NEW  LIBRARY COST ME?  Should the referendum be successful and a majority of residents vote "Yes" for a new  Public Library, the added cost to your 1994 residential taxes will be 20.4 cents per  thousand dollars of property assessment. For example, if your property is assessed at  $125,000.00, you would pay an extra $25.50 on your 1994 tax bill.  WILL THIS COST STAY THE SAME UNTIL THE  LIBRARY IS PAID FOR?  No. As Sechelt grows the cost will be spread over a larger tax base and so the cost to  each taxpayer will be less each year.  r '��� ���-  T    < ���        r" ��� _}      I      J ,    ',,    rv  Aerial view of the proposed Municipal Hall and Library.  mmmmmm Coast News, November 8,  1993  13  ON SECHELT'S REFERENDUM  &  WHY DOES SECHELT NEED A NEW MUNICIPAL  HALL?  The existing Municipal Hall was built in 1966 as a one storey building. It was expanded  to two stories in 1981 and provided a grand total of 2,760 square feet of space for offices  and Council Chambers.  In 1981 when the existing hall was expanded to 2,760 square feet the population of the  Village of Sechelt was less than 700 people. Today, the population of the District of  Sechelt is more than 7,000. It is estimated that in the next 10 years our population will  have grown to at least 12,0001  ' Sechelt Municipal Hall Renovation, 1981.  In 1981, the computer age had not come to Sechelt. Consequently, the wiring in the Hall  is not adequate to handle the electronic requirements of the 1990's and beyond. The  existing space, even taking into account the recent acquisition of extra space in the  Senior Citizen's old meeting hall, is woefully inadequate for the efficient conduct of the  business of our growing Municipality.  New and integrated space is needed to serve the taxpayers in a cost efficient manner...  something that is becoming impossible to achieve in our present offices.  HOW INADEQUATE IS THE EXISTING SPACE?  The existing space is so inadequate that there is no room to:  store important documents such as minutes and legal papers... (an employee has  to store them in her home.)  keep files of past years' tax records on the premises thereby holding up public  inquiries because employees must travel elsewhere to access them.  file or keep the large maps of the municipality, road networks, subdivisions,  zoning areas, etc. which we must have on hand to provide proper planning or'  engineering services to our taxpayers.  have public washrooms as required by law.*  seat all residents wishing to attend important Council meetings or public  hearings.  provide a room for elected Councillors to use in their work on your behalf, keep  files or even return phone calls from taxpayers.  provide space for our library of Municipal Law Books, Engineering studies,  Environmental studies, reports, B.C. Statutes, etc., all of which are required for  the proper and efficient conduct of day to day Municipal business.  provide adequate work space for our employees to efficiently carry on the  business of our Municipality.  provide community meeting space to our neighbourhood ratepayer's  associations, non-profit groups and the like.  COULDN'T WE JUST ADD A FLOOR TO THE  EXISTING BUILDING?  No. We have looked into this option and the existing building is not adequately  engineered to support another floor. Even if it were, the addition would not meet  today's space requirements and certainly not those of the future.  WHY DO WE NEED ALL THIS SPACE?  If our rate of growth were directly tied to the amount of space needed, the Municipality  would require offices of close to 30,000 square feet instead of the planned 10,0000 square  foot building we are asking you to approve. Our existing Council Chambers, office  space and electrical infrastructure just cannot support the needs of our increased  population.  WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES THIS MAKE TO ME, THE  TAXPAYER?  None... if you the taxpayers don't mind the inefficiency caused by cramped quarters,  lack of access to maps required for planning needs, holdups on past years' tax  information, lack of space for Council Meetings, inaccessibility for our handicapped  residents and if you the taxpayer don't mind paying for all the extra staff time spent in  accessing information that should be available to you when you need it. And then, of  course, there's the matter of Community pride. Social Planners teach that a Municipal  Hall should reflect the kind of community it represents;  HOW DOES OUR MUNICIPAL HALL SPACE COMPARE  TO GIBSONS?  The Town of Gibsons has a population of approximately 3,800... a little more than half  that of Sechelt. However Gibsons' Municipal Hall has approximately 5,200 sq. ft. of  space... almost twice as much as Sechelt's total space.  THE BOTTOM LINE. HOW MUCH WILL A NEW  MUNICIPAL HALL COST ME?  Should the referendum be successful and a majority of residents vote "Yes" for a new  Municipal Hall, the added cost to your 1994 residential taxes will be 25 cents per  thousand dollars of property assessment. For example, if your property is assessed at  $125,000.00, you would pay an extra $31.25 on your 1994 tax bill.  WILL THIS COST STAY THE SAME UNTIL THE HALL  IS PAID FOR?  No. As Sechelt grows the cost will be spread over a larger tax base and so the cost to  each taxpayer will be less each year.  IrVHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE EXISTING MUNICIPAL  HALL?  The existing Municipal Hall and the annex will be sold and the proceeds used to offset  the cost of tne new facility.  WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF THE REFERENDUM IS  TURNED DOWN?  This is a decision that will be taken by the new Council. If the referendum fails, the most  likely result will be rental of additional office and meeting space. This does not have to  go to referendum. The cost of that rental will obviously show up as an increase on your  tax bill. However, if this happens, instead of investing your tax money in your own  property, you will be paying rent to someone else and will continue to do so until the  voters, at a future referendum, decide differently.  IF SUCCESSFUL, WHERE WILL THESE BUILDINGS  BE LOCATED?  Further down on these pages you will find colour renderings of the proposed Municipal  Hall and Library. The site deemed most suitable is at the southeast corner of Cowrie and  Shornecliffe... or in other words approximately one acre of Block 7 in the downtown  core.  HOW MUCH WILL THE LAND COST?  There will be no costs attached to the land, because the Municipality already owns it.  WOULDN'T IT BE MORE COST EFFECTIVE TO SITE  THESE BUILDINGS ELSEWHERE SO THAT WE WILL  EARN TAX MONEY FROM BLOCK 7?  This is an argument that many people have brought up and the answer is NO. The  proposed buildings will only take up about one acre of this six acre site and will keep  the green area at the extreme northwest corner of the site and a green belt along the  westefn boundary as an integral part of this plan. As the Municipality already owns the  land lhe cost of development will be much less thain if we had to purchase property. The  remaining five acres can then be developed for high class commeruaiand multi-family  use and those developments will bring in much needed tax dollars to the Municipality..  As well, because the Municipality owns the land free & clear, when future parcels are  sold off the profits realized will go to offset the costs of the Municipal Hall and Library.  In faet> the civic development on this one acre of Block 7 will make the remainder more  valuable, especially to commercial interests, due to the prestige that civic buildings  bring to the downtown core.  I'VE HEARD THERE MAY ALSO BE A  COURTHOUSE THERE.  The B.C. Attorney General's Office has made it clear that they will be building a new  Court House on the Sunshine Coast. A letter from the Premier confirms that they are  awaiting the results of our referendum before they make a decision as to where it will be  located. The chances are very good that if the referendum is successful, a new Court  House will be built on Block 7 as an integral and complimentary part of this project.  WOULD A COURTHOUSE BRING IN MUNICIPAL  TAXES?  Yes. The financial benefit of a courthouse on Block 7 is threefold. First of all the  Government would have to purchase the site from the Municipality; secondly,  Provincial Government buildings pay full taxes to the community each year as a "grant  in lieu" aind thirdly, the market value of the balance of the land will no doubt increase  because of such a prestigious building location.  WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS  BEFORE I VOTE?  The District of Sechelt is hosting two public information meetings so that you may be  completely informed on our Referenda. Staff and Council will be in attendance to  answer any questions. The Architect's renderings of the Municipal Hall and Library will  be on display. Tours of the existing Municipal Hall will also be available.  INFORMATION MEETING DATES  Dates and Times:  Tuesday, November 9th at 7:30 p.m.  Saturday, November 13th at 2:00 p.m.  Place:  Sechelt Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Proposed Municipal Hall  Proposed Library.  m_m_m_m_m_m_mt_^_m_m_mm_mmm_M  mmjamm^mmmm 14 Coast News, November 8, 1993  WESTCOAST  .-EXPLORERS  TRAVEL  CLUB  Victorian Country Christmas Puyallap Wa.  Nov. 28-30/93 $269.00PP/Twin  Over 400 Victorian Stores foi festive indoot  shopping where you'll find the finest gifts and food  in a beautifully decoiated setting from the 19th  century.  Tour includes pick up at youi door, 2 nights hotel,  all taxes. Tout does not include entrance fee, extra  hotel bill, such as phone, meals etc. and insuiance.  For more information on this tour call Elite Travel 886-4862  community  SHERRI ULRICH*BILL HENDERS0N*R0Y FORBES  bv Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  An open community meeting  will be held this Wednesday,  Nov. 10 at Halfmoon Bay school  at 7:30 pm. Two candidates  vying for one position on the  school board will be there to  speak and to answer questions.  Liz Wilson and Roslyn Griston are running for office. Voting  will lake place on Nov. 20 at  Coopers Greene hall. Peggy Connor, chair of the SCRD will also  be in attendance at the Nov. 10  meeting lo explain and to answer  questions regarding two other  items which must be voted on  come Nov. 20.  You will be asked the following: "Are you in favour of the  establishment of a local service  to provide for the construction  and maintenance of a bicycle  path on the Sunshine Coast at an  annual average cost of approximately $8.50 per residential  property per annum?"  The other question is: "Are  you in favour of the establishment of a local service to provide  a financial contribution for the  operation and maintenance of the  Sechelt arena at an average cost  of approximately $9.50 per residential property per annum?"  Toy patty  As a fundraiser for the Welcome Beach Preschool, Lymar  Fashions, Discovery Toys, will  be at the Halfmoon Bay school  from 1 to 4 pm on Saturday, Nov.  13.  The honour roll  The Welcome Beach Community Association has decided it is  time to update the honour roll  plaque in the hall and would like  to receive the names of local people who have served on active  Open 8 am-10 pm ovry day!  WHEN YOU USE   I    r    /      / I        r1   '      f   r~.     WHEN  ���>     J   .IHIS COUPON1  BULK  PAPER TOWELS  3/  SrMa*WPa*ktWftaa|ate0U|Mntl/$t.l7  Unil one coupon pet fudwio ���sJo" tt be combnwl avf  OnyotwiTXiponoltflt Coiat*lOnWd*iaTi$2000  punjwse, OB-Jultng axtxn ilfjm ond lobrjxo porlucB  v^io^-c^w, rs.-v.-i n,* u,iw3 With Coupon1  1?  MARKET STYLE  SALAD DRESSINGS  750 ml  ^U ^Without Cup-M $1.91  limiioreaxpa^pefptfi-taie N-btbtecombtwdwiaf  any otw axpon ofe Coupon vnlid wtaf J20 00  r *.,- -I. i*! edud-ng ; xfon item are*< bfaocco product.  ���h-. ���v'-c^w^.iw.h'-u m 1993 With Coupon1  98*  WHEN YOU USE  IHIS COUPON!  MAYFAIR  BACON  500 g  ���fptcnl nkc WHnoirt Coupon! $ 1.9S  Limiiorei-��uponp��paionoSB ^obaxk-r-binedwii  any o-her coup**** oC�� Coupon vct-d w4i J 20 00  Cwchnse. ewAriig CtXCOf 'ftm mi tobmxo poducB  vf't?-yna��^Ei��-..-t su u. 1993 With Coupon1  98*  LANCIA  PASTA SAUCE  227 ml  Sa��Uht��WlttoCoup*mVt1-0��  Ltmil one   u i ��� pei fMcfoje ^uii' cofltb-nad wni  'y, Oaier   ��(-/ oHer. Coupon wM * I $20.00  puniose, fflckei-ng coupon item ond ti��-n) producB  V-i-i .-��, 1-CI-.I-, EfecfvebNov. 14, 1993 WHH COUDOn '  m  CLIP 'N' SAVE  Niagara _____________.������ _^___  Orange JuiceCj CJ  341ml fOOeo  B.C. Hot House          Tomatoes     K-O  ���SBBR  B.C. Tender  Broccoli  Pkg. of 6  B.C. Macintosh  Apples jfl-Q  .39  Alberta 51b. Bag  Carrots V��  Unsliced, 454 g  Sourdough  Bread Fresh Baked  CHEC  Vt-uw.  Effective Dotej:  )___*_____ 14, 1993  M  T  w  IH  F  s  s  e  9  10  11  12  13  14  We reserve lhe right to limit quantities W�� tM*pf 1  Ch��Mk owl our many unwhrartlM-l iinmMi.  ftVlM  A headless  Halfmoon  Bay  Hallowe'en  winner and  friend at  Cooper's  Green.  Ruth Forrester  photo  duty in war time conditions and  who live in our Area B.  Francis Konopasek of  Redrooffs is in charge of this project at the present time, but really  needs a volunteer to either take it  over or help him with this task. If  you feel you would like to be  involved call at 885-1960.  Hallowe'en  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer  Fire Department put on a great  fireworks display last week  which was much appreciated by  the 100 or so who gathered at  Coopers Green.  The hall was packed with kids  and adults and the variety of costumes was better than ever this  year. Thanks fellows, from all of  us.  Women's equality grant approved,  resource centre opening in offing  by Roslyn Griston  : I Women of the Sunshine Coast have been given  * cause to celebrate. Notification of a Ministry of  Women's Equality grant for operation funding has  been received. This funding will facilitate the  opening of the Sunshine Coast Women's  Resources Centre.  The Sunshine Coast Women's Resources Society (SCWRS) will be hiring a coordinator and setting up an interim office. The new coordinator will  evaluate all the research obtained from the various  stages of the evolution of the society which will  lead to the eventual implementation of a Women's  Resource Centre.  In addition to operational funding the SCWRS  will also be able to access up to $10,000 to purchase office furniture and equipment.  This funding is a welcomed development to all  the past and present members of the Sunshine  Coast Women's Initiative which incorporated as  the SCWRS last November.  Since incorporation the SCWRS has organized  and presented a series of 12 workshops to assist  women with basic assertion, self-esteem and other  professional development skills. Additionally,  workshops on nutrition, community kitchens,  women's health and the celebration of being a  woman were presented.  In addition to the workshops, general meetings  have been held at various locations on the Coast.  The most recent and very successful was an open  community gathering, the Blue Moon Festival,  which featured local musical talent combined with  a potluck dinner and social gathering. SCWRS  general meetings usually conclude with an evening  of entertainment and recreation for the women and  their families.  Two events are in the planning stages. The first  will be a sombre memorial of the 1991 Montreal  massacre on Dec. 6, which is open to anyone who  opposes violence and oppression.  The second will be the annual general meeting  which will be a celebration of the first year of  incorporation and related business. The meeting is  lo be held in January 1994.  New members will be welcomed. For more  information regarding the SCWRS please call  Denise at 886-8847 or Doreen at 886-9461.  Women's Institute Hall information sought  The Gibsons Landing Heritage Society requests  assistance from long time residents in its restoration of the exterior of the Women's Institute Hall.  In order to determine the original appearance of  the building during the 1930's, careful sanding of  some of its old siding and trim has revealed a strata  of different paint colours over a brown stain.  In all probability the paint was applied during  the hall's school board days, but whether the stain  is original to the building is what needs to be  established.  The Society would like to hear from anyone  who has personal recollections or photographs of  the hall during its Women's Institute heyday.  Please call Philip Gaulin at 885-7448.  Gibsons Landing  Waterfront Park  PUBLIC DISCUSSION MEETING  The Gibsons Landing Waterfront Park  Commitee is hosting an informal  meeting to discuss ideas for future  park use of the Town's waterfront  property, located on Gower Point  Road, across from Holland Park.  Your ideas and thoughts on this  Gibsons Landing park area are  important, and we encourage you to  join the discussion.  MEETING TIME:  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1993  7:30 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.  PLACE:  MARINE ROOM. LOWER FLOOR  OF THE LIBRARY BUILDING  (464 GOWER POINT ROAD)  Attention  Yacht Club Members  mhonljprqet  PASTAFICO  ITALIANO  NIGHT  November 13  Dinner Bullet 6 p.m.  $17.50/per person  Music by  "The Great Danes"  from 8 p.m.-11 p.m.  DANCE DANCE  DANCE DANCE  886-8500  Please give  a lasting  memory to  Alzheimer  RC  CU: 681 -MM Of I 800 66* 1712  '-������--**--  -   *  etmim  ���s>__.x.lL^.  __a_*_t_+_mm_m_m. Coast News, November 8, 1993  15  community  atI  w.  f.  ���  fc  1  ���**i       j  j  Jfc.  ���w  /  ���  1 ' W        T  ��  *  1  ���*>  1  r     **>  1  ���  til  i  ftf  Parents and  costumed kids al  Madeira Park  Elementary hold  their big  ,.__  ^A^  Hallowe'en  gathering.  Roxanne Gregory  pholo  L tJ  af             '  rw* tP  13  -*^ -  I ^  -Jt-  J^*iO    V  k\ ***jf/  ��  J  '<  WT%gx_\\m  t <if*��  _*2' '  Lord Juki's  Resort  Coast Hotels ����?>  ft Resorts V?  r��"  Ole's Cove Rd��� just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  We are now accepting reservations  for your Christmas Party.  Call885-7038 for more information.  Office Hours 8 ��� 4pm.  REMEMBER!  NOV*1fh  J0�� Thrifty's  GIBSONS  HELP THE  Oonillon*    IM-14M er Box HI  Nov.17  ponder gybe  by Marie Bisson-Montpetit, 883-2142  There will be a march from the music hall  starting at 10 am to the legion, followed by  services in front of the cenotaph at 10:30 am.  Refreshments will be served afterwards.  The Danes will provide entertainment  from 5 to 9 pmAII schools and the Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre will be  closed on Thursday, Nov. 11.  PH Secondary  The first term ends Nov. 10 and report  cards will be issued on Nov. 16.  The girls junior and bantam volleyball  teams will be heading up to Pemberton on  the weekend and the senior team will be  heading to the zones.  Good luck to all the teams.  PH Library  The library will be having an open house  on Saturday, Nov. 13 from 10 am to 4 pm  and refreshments will be served.  Please come out and see the great selection of literature our local library has to  offer.  by Maureen Parrott, 883-9189  Trick-or-treaters missed a  trick - you should have checked  out the new houses along Brad-  wyn Road.  Thanks to Gunnar Gjerdin  for donating pumpkins, to all  those who helped with the food  and to the Egmont Community  Club for the fireworks.  Afterwards, Pat Thibodeau  arranged some ooky entertain  ment in the community hall.  Happy birthday  Happy birthday this November to: Paul Boutris, Evie  Andrews, May Silvey, Elaine  Griffith, Kaila Silvey and Ryder  Noble. A  Happy anniversary to Dot  and Bill Farrell, 45 years wedded and to John and Marie Hill  who can count 60 happy years  on the 18th.  Car In ditch  A car landed in the ditch on  Thursday the 28th, no harm  done except to the vehicle an a  couple of boxes of frozen fish  he was carrying. Local Lions  left their meeting to help pull  him out.  Speaking of cars, Brian and 1  have a spiffy new (to us)  canopy pickup.  Some elderly people in  Egmont wish to get an emergency health alarm system which  phones for help if they suddenly  fall ill. However, this service  requires a private phone line. If  you want to help, you can sign  the BC Tel petition at Bathgate's Store.  Egmont Lions Swap Meet  will be held at Egmont Marina,  12 to 4 pm, Sunday, Nov. 14.  Come for a good deal.  8  VOTE  Jack Van  Brabant  for  SECHELT  COUNCILLOR  LOGS  WANTED  Learning to Cope with Down Sykcfarorne  by Roxanne Gregory  Tracy is a shy, soft-spoken, beautiful  young woman with sparkling eyes and a  winning smile.  She is like hundreds of other young  women who grow up and leave home to  work and live on their own, but independent  living means a lot more to her than to most  girls.  This week, Tracy graduated from the  semi-independent living program at Medusa  house, sponsored by the Sunshine Coast for  Community Living.  Tracy's laughing almond eyes don't  reflect an oriental parentage, but the legacy  of an extra chromosome.  Most people have 46 chromosomes, but  one person in every 700 in Canada is bom  with 47.  According to the Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS), Down Syndrome is  the most common chromosomal cause of  mental disability.  Coping with the developmental delays,  the possibility of life threatening health  problems, and societal attitudes which often  see disabilities rather than abilities, can be  stressful to any parent.  The CDSS gives parents and self-advocates access to a network of information,  support, and advocacy services.  From acting to sports, changing attitudes  are giving Down children and adults greater  opportunities to develop their potential.  For more information on Down Syndrome or the CDSS phone Merilee Corder at  the Infant Development Program 885-5940.  ���. -v  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  IBM & Mac  Hardware & Software Salee  Adult Courses  Children's Programs  Consulting / Training  Custom Document De6lgn  Affordable Networks  5762 Cowrie Street  Sechelt "6&5-6033*  Brenda's ~  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Prices  For Seniors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling iron  ��� Shampoo  &Set$12  ��� Cuts $10  Highway 101 Gibsons  llat'tul-rn Ail(1\ *. R1M..111.HH  R. ( onttilll Drsiaill  OPI N (a DAYS A  Wl I K  886-4805  SUNSHINE    COAST    REGION AL    DISTRICT  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C. ���  BOX 800, VON 3A0 ��� 885-2261  >  >  >  |U PC O M I N 0/ Mi IT I N OS|  REGULAR BOARD  Friday, November 12th at 1:00 p.m.  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  COMMISSION  Thursday, November 18th at 9:30 a.m.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES  COMMITTEE  Thursday, November 18th at 2:00 p.m.  PLANNING COMMITTEE  Thursday, November 18th to follow  Development Services.  PROVINCIAL EMERGENCY  PROGRAM j  Thursday, November 18th at 3:00 p.m. at  the Sechelt Firehall.  ARTS LIAISON AND SUPPORT  OFFICE CLOSED  (REMEMBRANCE DAY)  MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 8, 1993  ROBERTS CREEK OFFICIAL  COMMUNITY PLAN  NOTICE TO WORKING  COMMITTEE MEMBERS  The next meeting of the Roberts Creek Official  Community Plan Working Committee will be held  Wednesday, November 24th from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.  at the RobwIiCrMk School Library.  The purpose will be to review the draft Official  Community Plan and to timetable upcoming public  open house sessions.  Copies of the draft Official Community Plan are  available at the Sunshine Coast Regional District  office. The most recent version is THIRD RCTISION  OCTOBER 28.1993.  IMPORTANT NOTICE-  OFFICE CLOSURE  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  All offices of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District will  be closed on Tuesday.  November 23rd for  conduct of a major  Emergency Program  Exercise. All departments  are affected.  o  Please tie advised that the  offices of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District will  be closed on Thursday,  November 11th in honour ol  Remembrance Day.  o  OPEN BURNING SMOKE CONTROLB PENDER HARBOUR AQUATIC AND  FITNESS CENTRE - 883-2612  CODE OF PRACTICE  PUBLIC MEETING  A public meeting with the Ministrry ol Environment concerning  the Code of Practice for open burning smoke control is  scheduled for NOVEMBER 16 FROM 7*10 pm at the Sechelt  Indian Band Mall in Sechelt. For more information contact  Ministry ol Environment at 1-800-665-7027.  The Centre will be closed Thursday, November 11,  1993 in honour of Remembrance Day.  For more information about our fitness classes and  swimming contact the pool.  Discover Scuba  Tuesday, November 9,1993,8 p.m.     $5.00  -������-.__. ���-..... i .  ������-"��� - * -���������--���    *  -���--���**- 16  Coast News, November 8, 1993  Lawrence R. Chambers. (II  CHAMBERS  PLANNING   SERVICES  Retirement Income...  ��� How do you get the most from  your pensions St savings at retirement '���  ��� How do you find out which RRSP  income options are best for you?  ���>  For Professional  Retirement Income Planning  Call 886-9111  leisure  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store I lours:  Mon. ��� Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph: 880-4748  Look!  Look!  Look!  In-store Specials On  ��� Bibles ��� Books*  ��� Cassettes ��� CD's*  Christmas Catalogues have  now arrived. Drop by and pick  up your Iree copy.  Giftware, Novelty Items.  Dick Hammond hauls a stray lun off the shore.  Jo Hammond photo  Beachcombing lifestyle succumbs to red tape  We're more than just tires!  Don't let your car jet  N<\|  />/m  ss/  under tho hood  "Free" 6 point cooling  system CHECK UP  Call 886.2700 for mn appointment!  OASTAL  886*2700  from page 1  He adds with calm deliberation: "I'm afraid I had a reputation for being competitive...!  always had the fastest boat. That  was one of my pleasures."  Hammond's life as a beachcomber began 40 years ago,  give or take a few years, he  says. Out of the logging camps,  he would help his father in the  work.  "It seemed like an attractive  life so I sort of drifted to it."    .  The attraction? His answer  comes quickly: "Freedom."  His choice then has meant  years of navigating the same  waters he moves in today. It's  meant hours spent on his own,  of reading the wind, the waves,  lhe tides and the towing activities of Ihe area. It's meant work  sometimes seven days a week,  12 hours a day.  And it's meant danger.  On that subject, again a hint  smile appears.  "I bare a few scars," he says,  holding up the stub of his right  Ihumb before him. A lowing  accident brought on by someone  else's error claimed Ihe upper  half nf the digit years ago.  "The other man was very  apologetic but an apology only  goes so far," Hammond says.  Today, danger faces the  beachcomber on another front:  economics.  Increased bureaucracy and  lowing efficiency has reduced a  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Pufclithtd  in   Gibsons,  B.  C,  Movambat  ������ 1956  Vntuma 10. Numb-air 43  fflxz ��oast Mjeuis  S-Hvlnf  lh�� Giowln-f  Suntkm* Caul  Remembrance service  I. flrrtieinbruri- I):i* HTVfW  will t>" held SuiiiU>iu-.i before  II am. in tilt* Caiimlisr U'Ciori  Hall in OlbMR) when iht.- Lwt  Pen  wil' hi- souriuVd  followed  bv .��� iwi mlnutr iUmic-i tnd  llten  fli-vt-iiit*  joii'twiti   hv  ��  Veteran* wiy attend this Kr-  vicfl in tm runt mo rail on of  the drad uf two vtiri MrdaU  a. ill   bi   worn  Special meeting  at Roberts Creek  Tu'   fallowing, tliticrj i  it,-> - andi iTheCna.1 s. in  ������    I'I    illthl'll  ��f B  IK**   IH II  (Ulier Attmit < i ilft  i i.    ..twin-mi r��WI(      ,., thifUf.ftn II..II..11 M��f  R.-cri'jtiun     !"j  This  t*t ine I  -.Ileal V  know If-dld   ,.ntl  rh.iirni.ti nf 11.��  TlekeU h.-.vi  draw  i>r j. boat  Thc draw  ot 1  ���Id f'.r  )UUV  Club  JS. -*ccortlitiK t.i itii> nrki-t  tin. not  l��t-n  rnartc yi-f  hflrwd thai t*"-��-  tth ,-  id  vr'-' %  Fire razes  Gambier  store. PO  New Brighton poil office and  ���tort were hum*.I down  cumplelt'ly by fire last Friday  morning.  ���air* Boyd wa* In Vuncouvcr.  MrJH Boyd had Kone <o Ihe  Mty to meel Mr. Lelt, lhe  mill carrier, when h<- nnUn-d  ,-rrinki- He looked back and  saw gni->k*> punrinK from llie  doorway Mr. md Mm Knift*  .Iran, nutfhhur.i alui MW smoke  and ran over, but were unable  la help  Mr Bnyd ruahrtl ntn llie  ���'on', but the jiiiuke was so  heavy hv was itnahlc in remain.  He tried again, and managed lu  gtt the i>ai >mi ufficf nronty or-  tli-r- and cart nut tic niulil du*  cover no flame* He llten iipen*  i'i llii< d'nir uf the rio.tn-.Uir*,  Murt. room  "Tnen there wcmvtl lo -*1** a"  cxplorion , he Mid "Windows  ���erf blown uul and fverythlnjt  tacatha Intentely hot ull n  ���inn1 I wni unable in lavt- any  thing  Two Urns from Twin Crtttta  eamo with hose*, but by lhe  timo ihey nrrived lhe frame  t>uiliJin�� wan fruited Some in  luranct wu carried  The only niggcftlon Mr.  !!��� '\ d rouid advance far tlie  CttOK of Ihe fire was ihe rhlm-  rit-v had raughl fi"'  Slock reeurds and personal  ilothtriR Of ihe fum lly were all  ii.-..roved The [mst otfta Ii being *.(*. f;iii-*i for the i me ������cine  Ir^m the Botd risidenc  Early pioneer  of district dies  Uri Aloe SUintiiui.uer of  CiUaof" |MMd ,iw��y ������ ��� Van  riaovrr  Gentral  ' 'Hi, Oct  Clowhom at 40,000 kw to be  auxiliary to main B C E system  Cluwhum Falls power plant  will be expanded by B.C. Klee-  trie from ils prcient 3,000 kilowatt capictly io 40.000 and  work it now progrevilng on  lhe project.  Thi* wai announced at lhe  Ocl 28 celebration at Powell River nf the turning Intu  lhe new power line from Cheekye lo Powell River, the high  voltage  iH,v.er  generated   .it  the  Cln-i-l-m-  .nation  Al ihl* meeting, the president of B.C. Electric. AE  Graui.-r delivered a speech bat-  lore a50 perioru in which he  outlined the growth of British  Columbia* power system un*  ���ler B.C.E, control and dwelt  on various olher subject*) in-  eluding lhe economics of Mom*  it- power A pnrtial text uf hia  tpereli ii published in thli le  The aiinrmncimrni of the In-  cratM lo Clowhom WU made  Tom Inglciluw. vicc-preil-  dent and oxocfltivfl cmjineer  of thc company] While he did  not stale it ihe lime. Clowhom  would be used as a standby  plant, ihis information wit  gleaned from other lources Bt  the meeting ll was explained  that Clowhom could not be considered as a plant complete In  itself to serve the area to Powell River but could be used it  peak load periods tu maintain  projer service and In lhe event  of a breakdown elsewhere on  thc lyilem Clo-vliom wuuM  more than likely be able lo  take the load for a limited period  A rrnrv. liu.hly lit up nilf  mmh- 19 by IS feet on a gloaa  rctccn decimally lit gave th*  audience a thrill as Ihe iccoaj*. .  plistunenli of B.C.F*wcre out-  lined liy Mr. Ingh<dnw Flaah>  inn lights 'howed Ihe direction)  ol ihe   current and whero   II  Contracts let  for schools  Coniruta totalling (210,732  have in-en let for thc construe*  Hon of whuol Mcommodallon In  lhe Sechelt School district, it  is announced l��>- the ichool  board.  They include S1H50U2 for _  five room addilion to the Elphinslone high irtioul nnd three  rooms tor the Uiiwons Elementary Khoot, This ronlTK-l was  awarded   LiKhlboru   Cnnrtruc-  non Linin.il of Vancouver,  A new two-room aciiool (or  Dan- Bav to COM <i\ JHD wat  lei     In     U-i-arat)    Cuuslruetion  Company Limited "f Vumou-  An   aildllinri   In  the   Robi-rls  Crrck ichool in ewl ii.i.MO  wai awarded Iho ToynhM Con*  ���irucnen Contniiny at totheH  l.owt-.t  lender huh wifptert  Thla piflur,. shows Reeve  Kay Weaver of Powell River  getting insiructlom and OK  from Vancouver to throw the  switch that would energue the  iransmisiion line Standing to  AE. Grauer with paper In hand  and Thomas Ingledow Seatafl  s Harold Foley, rhiirman of lb*  board. Powdl Rilicr Company.  Basketball starts Friday  Ine tinge u al  High School Ilaiket'hall open  er Friday night In BphlfUtOflO  High School io in when on *��������  grr Dphlnitona squad will ai-  lempt to upset the Mrong Long-  As a preliminary  itu' Knior  girl* will tackle the Ex-Crad*  from Pint .Mellon. This gam*  util itflrl ot 7 30 and the b��y'i  game win nart at h so  Roth Elphlnifnnc iquidt  hiive rlrlllod hard for thmt  girrHH Langley will go io pti;  Powvll RlVtr Sid unlay  nigh'  $  '  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  once-proud coastal lifestyle into  a challenging means of making  a living. Wilh market prices for  trees soaring, it's simply  become too costly for forestry  companies to lose their logs,  says Hammond.  And a single salvage agency  where the beachcombed logs are  bought and sold on the Coast  keeps prices for the logs well  below their market value.  Hammond rarely sees any  competition anymore.  "It's a terrible thing lo be  obsolete in your own lime," he  says. On today's excursion, he's  happy to recoup the $60 he's put  inio filling the Snark's fuel tank.  Two mid-sized cedars and a  small hemlock make up the  day's And and meet the required  goal.  He says the day is coming  when he'll be able to pass by a  log without putting his stamp on  it. That's when he'll pass the job  on to his son - as a hobby, not a  living - and he'll hang up his  rain gear in favour of passing  time with the books and old  records of a vast collection at  home.  That day hasn't yet come.  Hammond says he still enjoys  his work. It's a matter of quiet  optimism: "There's always thai  anticipation that around the next  point there will be a log that will  pay for your whole day. It usually doesn't occur but it keeps you  going."  Of horses, hounds  and a foxless hunt  by Ian Cobb  The sound of Fox Hounds  baying, horse hooves pounding  and huntsman's horns blowing  will be echoing in and around  the Gibsons area Nov. 20.  But this traditional English  countryside kerfuffle will not  mean a Red Fox is fleeing for  it's life just ahead of Ihe  hounds.  Fraser Valley Hunt and local  riders and about 20 hounds will  be chasing a "dragged scent"  over the course, which will  begin at the Cedars Inn at 11:30  am.  A map showing the route and  where people can best observe  the event will be posted at the  Cedar Inn.  Gibsons council unanimously supports the event, which is  something of a first for the area.  "I don't recall anything like  this happening here before,"  said mayor Eric Small.  The ride should be a plus for  the community, he said.  "Anytime you nave'a group1  of people coming to town,  they're going to spend some  money," he said, adding, "It's a  good opportunity for some  favorable publicity."  The event will require some  policing, such as having to stop  traffic for "a shon spell," while  the hounds and horses and riders cross The Sunshine Coast  Highway and head back toward  the course.  Ten riders from the Fraser  Valley Hunt will be on hand  and the Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club, sponsoring the  event, hope another 30 local riders will tike part.  The hounds belong to the  Fraser Vally club.  JHfflO SL  MASON MLLS FEED SUPPLY  jVte^  AtSo/Ujmtd^taU  ��3   Buck or  Complete Line of Animal Feed.  COAST^NEWS  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622 Coast News, November 8, 1993  17  m-  leisure  Festival artists geared for cafe get-together  Festival a\rtists presents Artists in the Cafe,  on Saturday, Dec. 11 from I to 10 pm. This  special event is an opportunity for parents,  teachers and kids to meet the artisls who are  participating in the Artisls in the Schools program.  The multi-disciplinary arts enrichment project is currently operating in Ave Sunshine  Coast schools including Langdale, Roberts  Creek, Sechelt elementary, West Sechelt and  Pender Harbour. Cedar Grove elementary parents and teachers are currently discussing the  program for possible inclusion in Ihe curriculum in January.  Artisls in Ihe Cafe will feature works produced by well-known local artists for display  and sale. Most works will be affordable items  for suggested holiday gifts. Artists who are  currently participating in Artists in the  Schools program will drop into the cafe from  1 to 6 pm to chat with parents and kids and to  share their work and philosophy of the creative process. Kafe Kitago crew will serve up  their usual tasty quiches, desserts, soups, sal  ads and coffees.  At 8 pm, the performances begin. Singer  songwriter Graham Walker, actress playwright Caitlin Hicks, musicians Dan and  Caridwen and theatre artists Bobbi McLeod  will perform short pieces. Ice painter Gord  Halloran will show a short video of the multi-  disciplinary ice painting project with original  music and ice dance choreography from Vancouver and Calgary events.  Admission is $8 and seating is limited. For  information call Caitlin Hicks at 886-3634.  ���  f'U;'.-        '         ���     |"."  11"  _ __  TT-~^  *���:��&**>���:���������������' -  Stick  Wm^W'^^^l-'.'               '���"��� 1  W*2  slapping fun  111   a ���**>���*.a-i W  '."Ml        ti             Jtit_  jb  3>V  Ann Barker swings  tf^��^lV^JP,iSZ-^W*  ? '  jff ��� > 4  W        saws  nc  ���rrt*9.  through a number  , ?m^-h ���  T    ^>"  4   .  5  with her vaudeville  -w? *t-Ts%r ���  t&H m  compadres at  ^\x     *^t-\\  ���^ ' *v  1  Wednesday night  -dl       411'  A                ���  ^ajll'ipFj,'',  rehearsals In  v^       HVw*  _A  11 fjTi^ \,  BiN    m  Gibsons. The  ���       _*..  J ^S% ut jf  \WZ \i  Fa    h  Driftwood Player's  v   __m_\  \wn_* m^Zr  /���taY   * it- im-.  \&lJL !  *A  variety show plays  Pender Harbour  \M  MfLihrn  1 W��  k   .  '/a-**.   *t  _m   aO^L^H  MJa  ���* -  \  V  Community Centre  \_w_W  ���v -      v* .,   f  nil. ���'fc  \*.  ��,  Nov. 5 then comes  *r2^_4  S<r  m*t>K  _w\  down the Coast to  IfrrA  <wV  C���  ^ _A  the Roberts Creek  vm  BTj          *  r*X  #? vv -  "������aVi  Hall for Nov. 12 &  ��� m  p*         ;k  ,(vv  Zjl ���%  W%'  13 shows.  m  PSpi^- h  IK  Joel Johnstone  photo  *  Forbidden Love coming to Sechelt arts centre  Remember when lesbians had to live in  closets?  If not, check out the Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre Nov. 10 for a look at those murky  days.  The "risky, ribald, radical" film Forbidden  Love, as Montreal Gazette reviewer John  Griffin summed it, will be shown as part of  the arts centre's Films on Tour series.  Directors Aerlyn Weissman and Lynn Fernie take the viewer on a compelling and  humorous journey into the lives of 10 women  who "survived" the 1950s and '60s with their  lesbian sexualilies intact.  Using shots of book covers from "lesbian  pulp novels," archival photographs and film  clips, the directors piece this 85 minute, 1993  release together as the 10 women tell their  stories as their lives unfolded in Toronto,  Montreal and Vancouver.  A trailer to the film declares Forbidden  Love "brings lesbian history out of the closet  and contributes a valuable history of sexuality  in Canada."  WESTCOAST  Christinas at the Quay  Dec. 4-5/93 $224.00PP/Twin  Dec. 4 1 night at The Inn at Westminister Quay" all  rooms with a beautiful water view. Christmas Carol  Cruise. You will board the MV Native at the New  Westminister Quay and travel up the Fraser River to  Fort Langley. The cruise includes a complete  evening of dining and singing.  Dec. 5 You will have time to shop at Westminister  Quay Public Market. The afternoon we will spend at  the Metro Town before coming home.  Tour includes pick-up at your door, 1 night hotel, 1  dinner and cruise. Tour does not include extra hotel  bills, such as phone, meals etc., ferry and insurance.  For more information on this tour call Elite Travel 886-4868  <��>  r��pott Oh S-r Wi iff-**  IvUrtof. T r,te<* wp-  t^Tm turf warlcWin* Op^>  Hun ��J* to -the sW\r  public kibwi//  Yes, we can &w Mams s*"*-  fftk a br**U?Gm us d  \fc>T6 Ye$   NDU.ete  R>ft T��C kjew HBSAftV 2u\n>lt^r  Inserted by Friends of the Sechelt Ubraiy  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Vancouver-based Celtic rockers, The Stoaters playing the Sechelt Seniors Activity Centre for  Hallowe'en Eve. Joel Johnstone photo  Stoaters rock rafters in Sechelt  with hard driving Celtic rock 'n roll  The Stoaters dance at the  Sechelt Seniors Centre Hallowe'en Eve made for an excellent evening of entertainment  last week.  The Vancouver Celtic rock  band, made its fifth appearance  on the Coast with a new record  and slightly altered line up - the  kilt clad accordion player has  been replaced with a Celtic fid-  on the arts beat  Tapestries and Rugs - a group  show at the Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre presented by Ihe Sunshine  Coast Spinners and Weavers  Guild, is starting an exhibition  of tapestries and rugs this  Wednesday, Nov. 10.  The reception for the artists  involved will be on Saturday,  Nov. 13 at 2 pm. Eighteen fibre  artists are presenting their beautiful weavings, ranging from traditional rugs to exquisite wall  hangings and tapestries.  The show promises the enjoyment always found in the ancient  tactile art of hand weaving. Sunday, Nov. 28 is the final day of  exhibition. Arts Cenlre hours are  Wednesday to Saturday, 11 am  to 4 pm and Sundays, 1 to 4 pm.  1 Geoff Clement's  Christmas Sale  (���IAN AHIAD  ��� Rotimtllmn  ��� TaMsVaBmcAM  dler. While the feel of the band  has changed slightly, the music  is still hard driving stuff that  makes it so hard to keep off the  dance floor.  The new album, Keep the  Head, is also a treat, with covers  of some of their older songs as  well as a full compliment of new  material.  The atmosphere of the dance  was also exciting with Coast resident dressed in almosl any kind  of conceivable costume, from  Cowboys to sheep to aliens.  One of the organizers of the  even, Trish Richardson, promises the Stoaters will be back next  Hallowe'en for another night of  music and dance.  "It's becoming a tradition,"  she says.  ri  Order now for Christmas! r        Sega   Super Nintendo  GAME BOY GAME GEAR  Games start at $19.99. Rental or Trades Accepted.  TBI* PHOTO  I 885-2882 I  103 -5710 TEREDO ST.. SECHELT  ��� 886-8074  i One Super Nitendo      99**"        Free Membership I  [ or Sega Rental w/coupon        Clip Out ^-^  i  W$t Corporation of t&e  district of ____yi_t  P.O. Box 129,5545 InW Avenue. SaSCheH, B.C. VON 3A0 Teleclww (604) 685-1966 Fax: (604)695*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Referenda Questions  Please refer to the centre two pages for  information regarding the Municipal Hall  and Ubraiy referenda questions that will  be put ot the Sechelt Electorate at the  upcoming Municipal Election.  Arena Referendum  The District of Sechelt urges all residents  of the Sunshine Coast to vote "YES" in  the Arena referendum being put forward  by the SCRD. The future of the Sechelt  Arena the only Arena on the Coast, will  be very much in doubt unless the whole  Coast supports it.  At the moment, this facility is being  supported solely by the taxpayers of the  District of Sechelt. voting "Yes" will  distribute the cost fairly to tlie entire  population.  Information Meetings  on Sechelt Referenda  Questions  The District of Sechelt is holding two  separate information meetings for  interested voters in the Municipality.  Members of Staff and Council will be on  hand to answer your questions about the  proposed new Municipal Mall and  separate Public Library. Architect's  renderings of the proposed buildings will  be on display and tours of the Municipal  Hall are available.  Information Meetings are being held on:  Tuesday, November 9th at 7:30 p.m. and  .Saturday, November 13th at 2:00 p.m.  Both meetings will be held in the Sechelt  Municipal Hall on Inlet Ave.  Opportunities to Vote in  the Municipal Election  Advance voting opportunities for Sechelt  Electors are being held from 8:00 am to  8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November  10th and Friday, November 12th at the  Municipal Hall.  The Regular Voting Day is November  20th All electors are urged to exercise  their franchise.  Municipal Offices  Closed November 11  Please be advised that the Municipal  Offices will be closed on Remembrance  Day, November 11th. The Offices will  open at 8:00 a.m. November 12th.  Public Mate on  November 11th  All users are advised that an extra  public skate time is being held at the  Sechelt Arena on Wednesday,  November 11th.  The Arena will be open to the public  from 1:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.  This has been arranged because of  the Remembrance Day school closure  and skaters of all ages are  encouraged to come and have fun.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take  place on the 1st and 3rd  Wednesday of each month at the  Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  a-MMaMMaaMHMiMl  i-^yi^^MMi   -* a  .i i  ........ .. .-  MBMIMMMk 18  Coast News, November 8,  1993  /1^m> /l^-A^--******���  Open Sundays 10-4  Soups ��� Light Lunches ��� Coffees, Teas & Pastries  b I A R I I NG    NOVEMBER    7        I 3  Live Classical & Jazz Guitar  5685 Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.    885-8837  news/leisure  THE SUNSHINE COAST  TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION  Urges you to meet ihe candidates for ihe school  board election and hear their views on education.  Plan to attend the candidates  meetings to be held:  Monday, November 8th  ot 7:00 p.m. at Madeira Park legion  Wednesday, November 10th  at 7:30 p.m. at Halfmoon Bay Elementary  Monday, November 15th  at730pm.ai /TeachersN  West Sechelt Elementary  Catch Channel 11 le view  reruns ol candidates  Nov. 9 & 17th  Smooth  flying?  This how to  nuke the  most of balmy  fall weather.  I.eirBrvhn  and Merv  Messner  enjoy a  moment of  fly-fishing in  an aldergrove  In Upper  (iibsons.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Reminiscences of the federal also-rans  #  Chi  P*.  Mommy, who HtfS Rstsloixi f  Ui Hbraty/ ��  Hfes-we, ta���� tKe answers.  Jutt (five, us Space to  _tm.m_.mi7,  space  i Pwr.  vore V6S on Wot/. Io  Inserted by Friends of the Sechelt Ubraiy  by Jane Seyd  Remember only recently those folks carrying the banner for the Nationals, the  Greens and even the Conservatives?  Last week, they were candidates. This  week they have slipped back into the realm  of the also-rans.  But despite the less than stellar-showing  of their respective parties, 10 days after the  election, several of the local candidates were  adopting a philosophical posture.  In the North Island-Powell River riding,  these were candidates who came in fourth,  fifth and sixth on the ballot, behind the top  three finishers of Reform, Liberal and NDP  candidates, but who each managed lo convince at least 1000 voters to cast ballots in  their direction.  Election results were 3682 for the Conservatives, 3408 for the Nationals and 10IS for  the Greens in this riding. That compares to a  popular vote total of 213,678 for the Conservatives, 66,066 for the Nationals and 11,919  for the Greens provincially.  Not bad perhaps until you consider the  Natural Law Party also managed to pull in  over 9,800 votes in the province.  For Michael Mascall of the Greens, the  vote reflected national profiles. One reason  the Greens did so poorly is they didn't have  much of a national presence, said Mascall; a  continuing problem for a party that believes  in de-centralization. "Emotionally people  agree with what we're saying," he commented. But "we're definitely seen as a fringe."  'I'm back with my brush  and roller'  ���Mark Grenier  "I see ourselves as more of a conscience."  Traditionally, the Greens have been more  of an ecological movement than a political  entity, he said, but it's increasingly necessary  to get involved politically "in order to  increase the debate."  For Mark Grenier of the National Party,  the result wasn't what he'd hoped for, "My  expectations were high," said Grenier. "I  ' guess what we failed to do was get the word  out." Not being allowed to participate in the  nationally televised debate likely hurt the  party's chances, he said. "It looks that way in  retrospect."  Even party leader Mel Hurtig came a "distant third" in his own riding.  But for a party only 11 months old "I  think we made absolutely great strides."  For now, though, the professional painter  says, "I'm back with my brush and roller."  Currently also in line for some soul-  searching is Mark von Schellwitz, the Conservative candidate whose party went from  government to near wipe-out in Ihe polls.  "Naturally I was devastated by that," said  von Schellwitz this week. In terms of local  results "I was quite upset," he added.  von Schellwitz attributed his poor showing to voter swings across the country. "If the  national tide sweeps that way you can't stand  in the way of thai tide."  He said his party is now down but not  dying. On one hand, "I certainly think Kim  (Campbell) has to take some responsibility,"  he said, but added, "She was carrying some  baggage for the leader before her."  For now, his main task is "trying to get  over a very disappointing chapter in my life"  and paying off campaign debts: "I'm in a bit  of a bind Ihere."  =  8 ..'���   ' Z". Z"  I^HI t^_^_^_^_^_^_^_M  Of all the cars priced under$ 13,OOO"  ONIY CAVAUER HAS MS  CHEVY    C A V A I I E R    CO I P 1  %  I  175  36 MO. SMARTLEASE* OR  10,498  INCLUDING FREIGHT & PDI.  * Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) * 2.2 L 4 Cylinder Engine  ��� 5 Speed Transmission ��� Body Side Mouldings ��� Power Locks ��� Reclining Bucket Seats ��� Spoiler ��� Stainless Steel Exhaust ��� Console  CHIVY CAVALIER SEHAH  With more great features:  ���k Automatic Transmission ir Mr Conditioning  * AM/FM Cassette * Intermittent Wipers  * Automatic Trunk Release  * Dual Covered Vanity Mirrors  If you're not driving a Cavalier, what's stopping you?  GET INTO YOUR I.C. CHEVY IEAIERS NON. Msk  ' Based nn . M> monlh lease lor vehicles equipped as described. A minimum down payment of 11 .M7 Cavalier Coupe/* 1,521 Cavalier Sedan plus $300 security deposit required. OAC. t Price, including fttight and PDI for vehicles  equipped as described 'j licence, insurance and taxes not included. Ofleis apply to 1994 new or demonstrator models. Dealer may sell/lease for less. Ofleis apply to qualified retail customers only. Dealer order may be necessary. Tl  offers may not be combined or used wilh olher offers. See Dealer for complete details.J Based on recently advertised prices. Excludes other General Motors products.  These  SUNSHINE MOTORS 885-5131  15712 Coast News, November 8,  1993 19  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  .    The Coast News  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^ .Miin.-lri.ta-6 Sat, 8*6, Sun. 10-fr  ' Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  s   The Coast News   j   SECHELT RADIATORS   O Complete Cooling System Service Cenlre  fn**\^^t������-+* i'i  i  i^+*^v������f���_m~_���.  I  I   l��<v  f    WiRq-sdr&RepUe RaiU. llraicr Corel, fcOaiTanki  ^  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  V New, 1 -icil ft Reliuill ��� Itrk up k D-rllvriy J  N- i_JuM_-__jJm-- l*"*^1'    ���+"  4349 S.C. Hwy.                  ' ' Mon. ��� Sat.  . Across from Sunshine (iM  685-7986  Time Saving Foundation System  One eolld continuous wall of concrete  ��� Us-form ��� Styrofoam planks  ��� R-20 Barrier ��� Made to your sp-aclf Icattora  ��� Euy to install ��� Frtt estimates  | COASTAL BLUE FOUNDATIONS  885-3737  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News    j  (S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All tyjxw of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  Onrdtt-rCMCitteWoife ���     Cote-Bred ft Stamped  .m-2117 MDcn��%CBilMk*laneft  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  CONSmOOION  residential "JT commercial  885-2887  HB  lauri* Lacovetah  * EFFICIENT  ���RELIABLE  PROFtSSIONAl *-*     *fREE ESTIMATES  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  J  rfS*  tm^tW  Swanson's  ms mr aK> wma3**l  -.Ready-Mix Ltd.  _ DkaptaMl ��� ,,��� Account.  ..      FAX     -��� ,  1 885*9666 11 885*5333 11 885-2226 |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rat, Sechelt, B.C.V0N 3*0  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC.  CwoMy Homt BuHowt  ��� FRAMING  to LOCKUP  ��� FINISHING  ��� FOUNDATIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� SIDING  .Eagle .Eye Concrete  specializing in foundations, retaining  Walls and au. other types of concrete work.  FREE  ESTIMATES  HAROLD WEICHLER  885-9715  JI/MUTH EXCITING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking ~~  ��� Subdivisions  We otter t tull line of  Services with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rales  .Ken Blrkln ��� 885-7487 ��� Cell. 671*8411  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  LANDSCAPING  P. FREf ESTIMATES  T  LANDBCAPINO    LTD,  RQR.RQR4   (VolMslonaideaJanawia-l  \pOO-0\V01* qtMlltyiurtmUtlony  a  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  CENTURY ROCK  ROOFING  FREE  Specializing In all types ol  commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. GUAMNn��  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial,  Industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  Call BB3.9B02  im*_U*-  m  ROCK WAILS  PATIOS  ���*���**  FACINGS  PUATiRS      885-5910  engine Garden Services  Fall clean-up - maintenance  Residential & Commercial  10% Seniors discount. Free estimates.  Call Gill 883-S175 or Debbie 883-2966    _  MARINE SERVICES  f      *5SZ ^     886-0057^  -****"*-        *���&#��. FAX: B59-J8M  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PUN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    j  v.  ��� Salt Water Licences .  Motel & Campsites -Water Taxi oo'/iit*'  Marine Repairs       ��� Ice & Tackle \_\oS-ilOO _  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  _    The Coast News    >  HEATING  ENGINEERING  ' Thank You \f\  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  y   The Coast News    j  Sunshine Coast Engineering  Enoineering ond Design (or  ��� Subdfviiion Developrnent  ��� Custom Reudenlid ond Commerdol  ��� Stnt-turol ��� Soib ��� Marine  S7.C29, RR#2 ...   .-._-  V.Gia*on��, BC VON IVO 886*4743 J  J's Heating Service  Oil Furnace Service & Repair  886-9710  ^^\)        Located in Secret Cove  885-7888  D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD^  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  v^ After 5:00 pm ."....��� 886-6261   JJ  A at T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon torvlo-M  mining the Coasl Since 1MS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���������-MM  T. WONO, tOX Nl, QlltONi, i.C. VON IVO  EXCAVATING  f  Fastrac backhoe *  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ���DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ���WATERLINES CAT416  4X4  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   8864260  ^  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  li  c  Construction  For all aspects nf residential cnnslrucllnn  ���M-aara  f Thank You S>  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News  r  Q.M.S.  Excavating  Qunnar Chrletleneen  SM-S463 S9C7RR1  . Qibeone, BC VON 1V0  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    j  ESJis^^irnDucM  Furnaces, Fireplaces, Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL OAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116-7111  Showroom: 473 Poune Rd. Glbioni  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  lY  Now on the Sunshine  !UfECKDt  Vciitilriliori and furnace Cleaning File Ha,v\  A,r Dm ts  885  7670      R���d<*nl,ol&Comm,..1ial  Cell. 880 7655 Rlcl< DeLong  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H.  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDIN0 AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS a ALUMINUM   ffantvaaaa tw forest, haamc and cownuCTioN woutTMES  ON THE MMMNi COUT  HOWARD LANO ��Ba��.-JO->1 a-a^i-aa   I  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Chainsaws & Trimmers  *!. m _m m. ... ...        __��� t ---.- -���- *- ---  _mm_^_e_^m_t__^_^_^_u  ..t*-     ^   ������    m.   -^    _.  ���   *---������ 20  Coast News, November 8, 1993  Take Advantage of our Neiv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  ������_ Gibsons &  ^^ Sechelt Offices  1    Homes &  Property  PRICE REDUCED  Multi lamily zoned home, 2600 sq.  It. on two view lots al Seaview and  Beach Ave. in lower Gibsons. 2  bdrm suite on lower level. Recently  appraised at $220,000. Oilers.  886-3281. ��47C  Gibsons A Irame, 775 sq. II. 2  bdrm. Lot 69x108, lenced. By  owner $112,500 886*0498.��46cn  View lot loi sale by owner. Blue  Grouse Rd.. Davis Bay. 632-6052.  ���46cn  WANTED: Couple looking to buy a  home in any condition or land lo  build on. 865*2203. ��45cn  1'2 acre ol land. Roberts Creek.  $60,000.536*6729. ss        752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lol, 3 bdrm.   48 acre Pike Rd.. Langdale. beau*  older nouse, $165.000.886*9049    HW *ww, 1 block Irom school. 886-  ss    9421. I47w  Hallmoon Bay, Hal 1/2 acre lol,  across park near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663. ss  SNOWBIRD SPECIAL!  Let tne plant you in your new  home. Palm Springs area. $51,000  ??? Some on goll course. Trudy  Greig, Broker < 24 yrs in business.  Village Realty, Indian Wells. Fax  619*340*3337. phone 619*340*  3337 call collect. Res. 619*346*  7189. ��45w  Most beautilul view lol in Davis  Bay, pnvate sale. 885*5895.M6w  Sechelt. $149,900 ��� 3 bdrm. rancher. 4 appl., Electnc Plus. 885*3811.  I46w  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked lo listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are completely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care lo avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, we are  responsible only for Ihe firsl incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any repomibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond the cost of the  ad itself.  Please report any error IMaMiMATELY  by coiling 116-2622 or 115-3930  (Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  Appliances  Autos  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  Business and Home  Services  7  19  23  IS  39  2  39  Business Opportunities 39  Campers  Child Care  Commercial for Rent  Entertainment  For Rent  For Sale  Found  Free  Furniture  Garage Sales  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  Home & Property  In Memoriam  Legal  Losl  Marine  Mobile Homes  Motorcycles  Music  25  37  32  33  31  21  11  19  29  17  22  34  1  4  41  19  29  27  29  13  OWtuartes ���*"  Personal  Pets A Livestock  Recreation  Storage  Thank You  3  9  12  9  39  9  Too Late to Classify   <M  Travel  Trucks  Wanted  Wanted to Rent  Weddings &  Engagements  Work Wanted  14  24  IS  29  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre H83-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  II & J STORE 88V85��  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 88V-U0O  DEADLINE IS f. 00 P  m     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886*2622  The smiling stiff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will lupplty take your classified ad, because it's one  . of our Friendly People Phceil  Exceptional ocean view ol Sechelt  Inlet up to lhe Skookumchuck. Lot  32 Deerhorn in Sandy Hook,  90X180. By owner. $69,500. 886*  221301942*5096. *50w  Gibsons. Fully serviced lots in new  subdivision next lo Oceanmount.  Available spring 1994. Some  views. From $74.900.886*8691.  ���47w  Attractive 3 bdrm. rancher, 1290  sq. tl. (.20 acre! in quiet cul-de-  sac, close to Qibsons. Covered  carpon. large deck, woikshop & 5  appis.. $146,000. Call anytime  886*9650. M7w  3,300 sq. It. plus double garage.  2x6 construction. 3 yrs old, 5  bdrms.. 3 balhs. 3 FP's, partial  view, Qibsons. $279,000. 886*  7736. ��46w  3/4 acre lot on Norlhwood Rd.,  Redroolts. Level and cleared.  Close to school and park, low  $805 886-4150 ss  ROBSON: William James 'Bill-  passed away Oct. 31.1993. Bom  Dec. 29. 1945. Bill will remem*  bered by all who knew him. Donations may be loiwarded to AIDS  Vancouver. 145c  ~^Ai(tT~  GARY WHITE  886-8107.1-351-439C  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek S some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents at all!  886*4714 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate tloor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/!n-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 685-2253, no agents.      ss  Large view lot  Madeira Park  .67 Acre.  883-9989  Cottt Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical Iruil trees, minutes to  beaches, $22,500. Owner 685-  5157. ss  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground seivices. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 686-  3812 or 328-5534. st  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  seaecowri-iSt..Boxi2i9  Sa>cr*ajri. BC., VON 3A0  106-3211 FAX laW-MM  VK-.Toa-FlMetat-eOte  Know thyself Your lile Is In your  hands. Palmistry by Dometria. For  queries and appointment call 885*  0261. ��47w  Qay, lesbian or bi-sexual? We now  have a great group on the Coasl.  Write lo us. Confidentiality  assured. The Group, Box 405, c/o  Coasl News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0. 147c  ART  Discover and experience your creativity in personalized painting and  drawing classes. Adults or children  welcome. 16 years experience. For  more into please call Laara  Williamson 886-0014.       M5cn  SI. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary,  Sechelt Branch will hold its annual  bazaar on Sat., Nov. 13,1993, in  the Indian Band Hall, Irom 10 am ���  1 pm. The winning ticket lor the  doll house wil be drawn. Handi*  cralts will be on display and lor  sale in Mariee's Window Irom Nov.  1 until Christmas. ��45cn  LAUNDROMAT OPEN  9 am ��� 9 pm, Mon-Sat. 10 am ��� 9  pm, Sunday. Wilson Creek Campground, 4314 Hwy. 101.     147c  PRIVATE TlimON  Fully qualified experienced teacher  available. Adults, high school and  elementary students. 8864468.  MOW  Attention Health Conscious  Seniors FITNESS IS AGELESS  Now ottered in Gibsons - a fitness  class designed lor you. WHEN?  Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30-  11:30 am WHERE? At Fitco West  Fitness Centre, 743 North Rd. First  6 week session begins Tuesday,  Nov. 9. Cost is $29 per petson lor  all 6 weeks or $3 drop in per  dass.Call 866*4606 lor more Mo.  ���46w  ANNOUNCEMENT  fejfaudettk  COMMEMORATIVE  PRINT  The unveiling of a fine  art print depleting  Festival guest authors,  will take place In  Sechelt:  Frt.Nof.t9,1993  Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre  7 10 p.m.  The Artist, Qofttoa  Billotuwlllbeln  attendance. The event  is free and open to the  public. Refreshments  wilt be served. For  Information, please  call Beverly  885-2330  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jermish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double parage, shake root,  French windows. $235,900.886-  0081,351-7886 alter 6 pm.     SB  Gerry and Cheryls Grognet are  thrilled to announce the arrival of  their lirst grandchild, Megan  Amelia, bom Ocl. 25,1993 at St.  Mary's Hospital. Portsmouth, England, weighing 6 pounds, 11  ounces. Proud parents are Stan  and Michelle Stanton. Third grandchild lor Harry and Myra Stanton ol  Leeds. Great granddaughter lor  John Grognet and Eve Robeits.  145c  Mahlman ��� Cliff and Joan  announce with pleasure, the sale  arrival of their second grandchild lo  their son. Clint and his wife. Lynne,  a daughter, Julia, was bom at 6:01  am November 3.1993 at Nanaimo  General Hospital, weighing in al 7  pounds, 71/2 ounces. A baby sister lor their son Benjamin Ross.  Aunts Kerry and Melanie are  delighted with lhe new addition to  Die lamily. ��45c  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  _Jr Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bags, & Fun  Csll 815*6903 to  bookyounl  Frteflajf Pel/mi      jf  mUtCdainet Mm  ^jffjf_gO-m\  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Mm Res. 885-50581  Memorial Service, Garry Allan  Lentz, 1957*1993. All who knew  Garry are invited to pay their last  respects at a service to be held  Saturday, Nov. 13 at 3 pm at St.  Paul's/St. David's Anglican  Chuich, Powell Paver, BC. Reception to follow al the church. I45c  Karen Parke nee Ciumpus of Vancouver, lormer long lime resident  ol lhe Sunshine Coast. Suddenly,  Od. 28,1993, predeceased by her  brother Donn; mother Sharen:  lather Warden. Survived by her  lister Canal and her loving daughters Lisa, Stacy and Sharen.  Memorial service Nov. 10, 2:30  pm, Glen Haven Memorial Chapel,  1235 E. Hastings, Vancouver.  Flowers accepted M5c  New lot, monthly parking at Horseshoe Bay, 2 blocks trom lerry. Joe  Chishdm, 922*8907. ��47c  NOW OPEN SUNDAYS tt AM*  4PM, LANDING UNISEX HAIR  DESIGN A TANNING SALON.  886*3916. I45W  Fall clean-up. Blackberries,  hedges, leaves, rubbish. Need  help moving? Man with truck. Rob  886*3622. M5cn  Excalibur Charter Boat, Sechelt  Inlet. Fully insured 33 IL aluminum,  last, radar, sounder, head, large  deck space carries 12 for diving,  cargo, towing. Skipper holds  Industrial First Aid. 24 hr. callout  685*4666. M7w  Excalibur Limousines now available lo Vancouver Airport. $250 ���  up to 5 persons: $335,6*7 persons  ��� weddings, birthday surprises,  anniversaries, children's parties.  Quotes lor other destinations 885-  4666. i47w  The Festival ol the Written Arts is  holding their annual Book and  Poinsetta Sale, Sat.. Dec. 4 to  Sat., Dec. 11. Irom 10 to 4. *47w  VOTE ARNET TUFFS lor School  Trustee for our children's future.  865-1917. <46w  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by  Elaine Futierman  and Mlkt Allegretti  Creek Clayworks Studio Open  House, Sat. and Sun.. Nov. 20 t  21,10 am to 5 pm, 1738 Lockyer  Rd, Roberts Creek. 885*2395.  M6W  Cralts Galore is having tour Christmas home sales this year in Nov.  For info on time and location,  phone 885*7718,885*3380 or 686-  4039. ��46cn  Ait supplies, quality and quantity.  To order call Laara Williamson  8860014. ��45cn  SHIATSU AND ACCUPRESSURE  Massage lor pain and stress relief.  885*5424 attar 4 pm.       I45cn  MICROWAVE TESTING  SERVICES  Radiation kills. Live longer, have  your microwave tested today. Call  Karen or Natasha B86-9979.��47w  ALOETTE COSMETICS  ALOE VERA based Skincare and  GORGEOUS Face Colors, you  can have It all... lor FREE! Inquire  how you can receive our Hostess  Benefits ANC $50 Bonus in  November. Call Tammy 666-9776  today, lor a Iree brochure. ��45cn  IBB5-2777  BCCHCLT   GIFT   BHOP  oPCNiNd a oar-  ART & CRAFT  CQNBIDNMtNTB  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER��  t-T-**-- Relaxation for  JR. the body  -_-** and the mind.  886-4274  Gibsons k Sechelt Locations  Oct. 29. Prescription sunglasses,  Hwy. 101 and Robeits Creek Rd.  885*9376. M5c  Found at Roberts Cteek Library, a  pair ol prescription eyeglasses.  Can be claimed at Robeits Creek  Store. ��45c  Kitten, dark grey with collar, Lohn  Rd.. Hallmoon Bay. 865*5374.  ���49*  NOTICE OF MEETING  Halfmoon Bay Festival and Events  Society 2nd annual General Meeting, Nov. 29,1993 at 7 pm at Hallmoon Bay Elementary school  library. This society was lormed to  coordinate the activities of special  events lor the Hallmoon Bay area.  A report will be given Irom the  Country Fair ol Hallmoon Bay  Committee and there will be an  election ot officers tor the society.  All interested persons are invited  to attend. More inlormation? Caret  Adams 865*7511. M7w  Aged registered quarter-horse  mare. Very gentle. Will suit small  child or beginner. To loving home  only. $1000.885*5629.       M7c  7 mos. spayed lemale, all shots.  N.S. DucWoller. 865*7893.  MtC  Adorable kittens to good home, 6  wks. old and littor trained. BBS*  9299. *__  Free puppies, medium siie,  colourful and cute. Free pot belly  pig, ready lor good home, excellent temperanat-nLffiS^C^MSc  Two mattresses, 685-0331.M5w  Young lem. wire haired Pointer  cross Yorkshire Terrier. 883*9770  M5w  WOULONT IT BE NICE lobe able  lo make decisions and choices and  teel you had the lull partnership  and support of your masculine and  feminine selves, as well as of your  physical, emotional and mental  energies? Learn skills to create  complete inner cooperation at the  "BALANCED COMMUNICATION" workshop, al Rockwood  Centre, Nov. 29, 30 & Dec. 1,  7:30*9:30 pm. Channeled and  lacilitaled by Mikha. Registration,  info: 686*8499 or 886*3663. Mikha  is also available lor channeled  guidance Irom the Masters and  your Guides; psychic counselling  and tarot. 866*8499.        I46cn  YOUTH DARTS  Starting Nov. 7, boys and girls  ages 13*16 Darts played at Legion  Hall Branch #140. Sunday from  2:30*5:30 pm. Registration fee, $5.  For inio, phone 685*7567 days,  885-7553 eves. ��45cn  BROOKS* MILLER  FlQpR COVERINGS LTD. !  Benjamin Moore Paint*  This Christmas  ghw a portrait...  Beautifully executed  colour pencil portraits from  your favourite photo.  Box 291,  G��sons,V0N1V0  Delivery Mvv^.SMstaction  guaranteed or money retunded.  .s.35  V'era's Boutique  Quality & Designer  Clothes at reasonable prices  Good Selection  Consignment Clothing  tMIWta-arfTuaW.-lailO-B  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7683,24 hour line.        tin  "Fumy Farm" craft show Nov. 14,  11-4, 785 Henry Rd., Gibsons.  Weaving, jewelery, driftwood paintings, photo cards, Xmas items,  custom clothing, woody items,  decorative pots, door  pifzes/relreshments. Info 885*9377  eves. ��45w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd iobs.  885-3917. tins  Experience the Release ol Tension Irom Polarity Therapy. II is a  touch technique which aims at the  balancing ot the body's vital ener*  EAGLE RIDGE  Vrtt8lM*W HOJMTAl  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  tor over  tO YEARS  nrttoE^MertS*che��  885-5158  One lonely button quail, seeks  female. 885*2229. ��47c  Mason Hill Feed Supply now open,  5852 Mason Rd., West Sechelt.  ��47c  New! All natural lamb, chicken dry  pel nutrition, economical. Home  delivery. 885-0554. ���46cn  Pure bted German Shepherd  pups, $100.883*2556.      ��46cn  Co-op Feeds ��� Pro Form brand  available at Chamberlin Gardens.  I52w  BUCCANEER MARINA  SECRET COVE  Saturday only, Nov. 13  9am*4pm  New and used Merc and OMC  parts, used outboards, stem drive,  various marine accessories: 4 cyl  and 2 V8 engines, mantolds, cool*.  ing systems, and many misc.  items. M5w  Moving! Good stuff, great stulf,  other stuiil Sal., Nov. 13,10*2.  8579 Redrooffs. rain/shine. ��45w  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Bake sale and plant sale at Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooifs Rd.,  10 am Sun. Nov. 14. Table rentals  $7. 885*4590, 685*9852, 885-  32x35. ����cn  Honda generator, drill press; 220  ICDC welding machine: many  tools. Nov. 7, 9 am, 5646 Upland  Rd., Tuwanek. M5c  Sadly outgrown Elvis Paisley, 13.3  H. Appy. P.O.A. gelding, exc.  jumper, good on roads t trails,  $1000obo.686-3231.       MS*  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog 4 cat bonding. Experienced  dog trainer. 'Science Diet' pet  gy and Ihe release ol tension. Call  foods. 886-8568. tin  Vonnie lor appointments. 863*  9653.  M5w  GRAPE DEALS  WINE MAKING CUSSES  Free classes during Oct. and Nov.  Great savings tor class members.  Your own wine ready lor Christmas. Direct importers of California  special gtape concentrate and  wine making kits. 886-0225.   tin  Weight Lou (No Diet Magic) Fesl  the dlffarencel All natural Chinese and botanical herbs. Loss  weight as wen as Inches. (Feel in  increase in your energy level.)  Clinically testad and medically  approved. As easy as 4 tablsts  twice daily. 100% guaranteed. 30-  day money back policy. For lasl  Iree friendly service call Wendy  686*3067 'Independent' Herbalite  distributor. M7w  NEEDATUTOR?  Experienced, qualified teacher will  tutor students in all elementary  grades. Phone 886-9182. I46cn  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional 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*7464, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885*7484.  nc  Piano Tuning  ���repallt  >ippral*als  Rn Dalghlah  886-2843  Amana 20 cu. ft. frost-free fridge,  $350,886-7004. 147c  Terrilic buy - renovated Speed  Queen washer S dryer, $125.885-  0991. ��47w  Westinghouse stove, exc. cond.,  $125 Obo. 686*0340.        M6w  Fridgedaire stove, sell-cleaning  oven, 2 yrs. old, $600 obo. 686-  344V M6cn'  Maytag dishwasher, $250. 885-  9357betavaen12-1,orevM.  tin.  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautilul sound. $1000.886-9306.  tfns  Learn to play  Highland  Bagpipes  /mi Ufa- kstmjirr all ages  88&8875  1000 PALMS  California, 2 bathroom, 2 bdrm.,  dbl. wide mobile home. Completely  fum., all utile, ind. Goll, 2 pools,  hot tub, tennis, $1000/mo. US.  886*3109. M6*  SUN:  Book your space now  for the 3rd Annual  Artisans Craft Fair ar  Sunnycrest Mall.  Friday, Nov. 19 and  Saturday. Nov. 20.  For information, call  Nancy at 886-832}  MARY KAY  A complete line ol cosmetics, skin  and body care, and fragrances.  Introducing the NEW SKIN  REVIVAL SYSTEM. Mention this  ad and receive $10 oil this exciting  new product. All products not tested on animals and 100% guaranteed. Yvonne 686*4643.    ��47cn  Ride from Roberts Creek to  Sechelt, 6:30-9 am, Mon.*Fil. Wil  share expenses. Kasandra 885-  7866 M7c  Experienced knitter to repair knitted baby shawl. 8866558.     Hn  Will buy used or non-working  major appliances. 865*7897.M5w  Used sewing machine in good  cond. Convertible Iree arm prelerred. 8862163. ��46cn  Used Iree weights and bench  press. Cheap. Call Shane at 885-  0450 alter 6pm. I46cn  Used oil heating tank. Jim 866*  6530. 14601  Five logging truck loads ol lire-  wood. 885*7567 or 885*7553.  MScn  1980 ot up CR80-125 cc, mono-  shocked bike, good or greal cond.  Phone Chris aft. 5pm. 863-9018.  MS*  Small apt. size freezer. 686-0979.  tin  4 yr. old male neut., ell black with  Bellinhowell cube slide projector,  touch ol white on back, near 886*9749. 145111  Washer 1 dryer, $325 obo. 886*  7081 Mfcn  Whirlpool washer, rebuill, $150;  Viking apt. size Itidge, $150;  McClary stove, $75. All in good  working condition. 686*9511.  MScn  Maytag coin-operated almond  washer, $279; Modem Maid black  sen-dean wall oven, $389; Hoover  while port, dryer, $199; Danby  white port, dryer, $199; Danby 12V  5 cu. fl. while Iridge, $389; Kenmore 16 cu. It. upright Ireezer  w/new comp., $379; Caloric countertop stove with grill S tan, $367;  Kenmore 30' white stove, $279;  and more! All appliances reconditioned w/warranty liom 90 days to  2 years. Phone Bjom 685*7897 or  Comet Cupboard 865-4434. M5w  Used Iridge and stove, $100 both;  woodstove, $50.865*9689 alter 6  pm. MScn  Admiral ss 18.2 cu ft fridge,  almond, $575.885-9336.       SS  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condilion,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 865-2224,  local60. th  Chest freezer, $75; Kenmore  washer, $50, portable dishwasher,  $25,636*6252. MSw  Sunshine Cosst Transition  House.  A safe place for women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. MS-2M4        ttn  R.B.W. Fifth Wheel hitch, 12,000  Ib. rating. 885-4851. M8w  For sale: Van conversion, Ford  150,1960. Good condition, low  mileage. 8866520. tins  ART 6 CRAFT SALE  Sat., Nov. 27, ilam-2pm, Gibsons  Legion hall, table rentals, $10.  8867754 Of 886*2798.       MSw  Sechett Inlet Rd., Oct. 21. 885-  1920 alt. 5pm. M5w  Lost Hallowe'en night, old fern,  brown i white Spaniel named Tia.  Has a limp and is wearing a Town  ot Gibsons tag (100. II found  Fishing rod ��� a good salt water;  sturdy enough to land those whoppers! Reesonable $. Call 886*7355  lve mess. tins  Sofa w/two matching wing chaiis,  $750,865*5478. M7cn  Chesterfield, 4 seats, autumn colors, good cond.. $75.685*4666  Men  Hide-a-bed. $100; wooden drafting  table with parallel rule. $100; black  drafting stool, $40 665*5944   M6cn  Large pub style sola and love seat,  $400 obo. 885*9626.        M5cn  Spring-filled cheslerlield, ��� 2  chairs, $300.885-2759 alt. 6pm.  H5w  Oueen size sola bed and love  seal, $300 obo; and misc. 686*  2446 MSw  Used lurniture S misc. sscond  hand goods 'Castaways', Motys  Lane, open Wed. thru Mon., 11-  4:X. 886*2297 or 8864930.  ttn  Hotwheels with redlines on Ores  p^^tMLM"at 886-2274  "���"�� "�� **"<**>������"?���  9306.  tfns  days or 866*2124 or Andrea at  896*3726                    M5w  Lose weight now. All natural products, mortally approved, dinically  tested, 100% guaranteed or  money refunded. Call Sue 886*  Watch by the Sechelt olfice ot Sechell. 885*6689. Recycle 6  7S01orllonaBB6��36.     M7w    Cot* News. 86H900.     MSw    Save Hn  Used building materials in good  cond. _ buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials,  5653 Wharf Rd.,  Husquarva 2100 XP low hours,  $900, caH Kreg at 8862238. M7c  Skoda owners: New Skoda parts.  Jack or Gary 886-3633.     M5w  Wanted to buy - used good large  airtight heater, plus dining room  Chairs. 8334924. M7w Coast News, November 8, 1993  She turned me down! Exquisite  diamond engagement ring Irom  Swedish Jewelers ($4400) with  wedding band, $3200 obo. Box  407, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.      M7w  Polished lacing stone, $15 square  loot. 685*5448. M7w  Men's mountain bike, hardy used,  ��50 obo. Phone 685*6101. M7w  Land Rover PTO winch with  bumper, $200; 4 cyl. lifter diesel  engine, 31 HP, needs work, $200;  '74 Volvo 145 station wagon, good  engine and trans, lor parts, $200;  76 Toyota Land Cruiser, rusty but  runs, $500; '71 VW Van w/good  bins, lor parts, $75. 883-9228 lv.  mess.  ��47���  Heavy porcelain steel bathtub  w/skirt, offers. 6869461.    MSw  Matching toilet, tub, sinks, $150 USED FLOATS: 5x100,5x70 and  obo; 2 canopies, $100 obo. 866* 2 only 5x24,10 blue floatation bar*  MJft M7w    rels. 683*2767. I46cn  Or sz. soft-sided waterted with a  Crib c/w mattress and bedding,  6 new pleated duo-told window  shades, various sizes, honeysuckle colour, t/2 price. 885-6330  eves. ��46cn  12' monocrome Macintosh monitor, $175 lirm. Great lor power-  book users. Complete 3 colour  screen printing set-up, lots ol  extras, $450 obo. 865X1244.   ss  18 ft aluminum pruning ladder, 1  yr. old, $250 obo. 685*9030 M6cn  Lois ol things lor sale. Call us.  685X1198. ��46cn  49 cm (19.5 in.) Italian Alan  Record road bike, Campy and  Dura Ace drive train, 16.5 lbs,, like  new, $750 firm. 885-6474 after 6  pm. MScn  Steamer trunk, braided rug, oak  colfee table, Jacuzzi, bar-b-q. 885-  4555. M6cn  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  lavourite photo. Pets, family,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along wilh photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tfns  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions  Green Onion Earth Station  SS5-S6M.  tfn  GOOD HAY  M.00/Bale Delivered  Straw M.00fbale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  WhoteostelOc*  Call Between IMpm  885*9357  tin  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25.000 km. Beautiful condition,  one owner. $10,995. 885-3281.  MDL5936  77 Chevette for parts or repairs,  $100 obo. 885*7014.        M6w  1985 Jeep Cherokee 6 cyl. auto.,  exc. cond., many extras incl. new  winter tires, $4800.886*3915.  MHR. TOWING  AKXAirOIICTOUS  1 TOWN*.  886*8050  Parts lor most makes fortlsn  domestic, S wheel drive,  4 wheel drive 4 some do drive.  Some parts installation  available  Access ta  ���df  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., exc. tor parts,  $400 obo. Call 886*2622.     tfns  spirt base. Heater t attach. Incl.  asking $250.8864962.     M7W  Casio portable electronic keyboaid, 61 keys, as new, $125 firm.  666*9398. M7w  Fisher fireplace insert, used, $400.  Phone aft. 7pm 6667719.  M7w  VCR, $100; 10 sp. bike, $50; radio  w/dble. cass, $50; 76 Cutlass  Supreme, $250; vacuum cleaner,  $50,885*0331. M5w  Fibreglass canopy / full size pickup, $350; Caveman Camper / full  size, $1500; Video Cipher ll w/10  ft. dish, $500.885*2229.     M7C  Golf irons, Spalding Top Fllte extra  long. $115; Power Bui It woods 1*  3-4, $165.886*4664. ss  Near new utility box trailer, aluminum frame, H.D. axle, $460  000.683*2098. #47c  Chairs, various furniture, manual  typewriter. 885-9096.        M7c  Makita generator, model 55O0R, 3  brakes, DC battery charger, oil  censor, automatic idle, used to  build one house, excellent shape,  $1600.865*7492. 147c  71 VW Westlalia, $950 obo. '92  Nishiki mountain bike DX/LX, new  parts, $475 obo. '63 Kalana 650  CC, $800 firm. Scott 866-2297  days, 8864930 evenings.   M7c  IOOITOLUMBIR  KftTMUIANDSAW.  ,(MUSKVKIWIU. ...  COMiTOYOURRMKIiTY  .   TOCOTYOWIOOS.  __m__��j_____O_M70  COMPUTER FOR XMAS  Tandy 1000 W 640 K ram,  enhanced keyboard, monitor,  $200; Printer Dot Matrix, $75; lots  of software ind.. W/P, DOS, Desk-  mate, etc. All manuals, IBM comp.  640 K with 50 meg. H. drive, monitor, keyboard, loaded w/Word Perfect, 5.1 DOS, $400.8863673.  M6w  Clothes dryer, $200; wash basin,  $10; hood Ian, $15.686*9292.  M6w  Double pedestal walnut olfice  desk, $150; Johnson metal gas  tank, $25; Merc prop, $50; 885-  5645. M5cn  ORIENTAL CARPETS  New home? Redecorating? Beau*  WU, hand-knotted Turkish carpels  for sale. Large selection, prices  reduced. 685*7000. M6w  Good used carpeting, gold, brown,  purple, also patterned. Ofleis 885-  4226. M6w  Storkcralt white crib with mattress,  $100 obo; Ever* infant car seat,  $30 obo 885*494. M6w  New men's small Georgetown winter jacket w/hood. cost $170, will  sell, $85.883*9112. ��46w  Lawnboy lawn mower, side bag,  $150: 4 drw. metal lile cabinet,  $25; 2 ten spesds, good cond..  $50 ea.; 69x45 almond blind. $25;  5 gal. ceiling latex paint. $10 gal.;  ping pong table, $6 0; size 9 women's roller skates, like new. $25;  Akai stereo, $100. 8868691.  ���46w  Bunk beds c/w mattress, near  new, $150.8869676.       M6w  Shradei liteplace insert, exc.  cond., $175.686-4656.     M6w  Super single waterbed, 3 drawers,  $175; 24' stove, works good,  $100.886*2509. ��46wBroadloom,  dark rose, 12x19 feet, never used,  $250.686*0479. MScn  ���  Kent woodstove, $600; camper lor  small truck, $1900.885*9552.  MBw  Dry Iir firewood by the pickup truck  load. 885-4433 all. 5pm.    M7w  Shogun TV/FM antenna including  rotor and amplifier, $200. Nick  8867474. Mtol  Air tight heater, 28' deep x 24'  wide. As new txnrjtion. 8867867.  Mfcn  York Concord rowing machine,  used only twice. New cost $275.  Sell for $150 firm. 686-7736 after  6pm. Mtoi  high chair, swing, car seat,  lounger, lots of extras, as nsw.  885*2313. Mtol  LHestrider treadmill, like new. 885-  2699. M5cn  Glass top collee and end table,  white desk, Inglis washer t dryer,  large house plants. 8862202.  M5w  Fibreglass shower stall, 30' +  basin, blue, $75; stainless steel  double sink, 66'x24\ $100;  playpen, lolding, $10.885-7193.  MSW  Dry seasoned firewood, Gibsons,  $120 cord. 6867774.        M5w  New 3/4 length lox jacket, $950;  typewriter, $30; set of encyclopedias, $100; 45 gal. aquarium  w/light and accessories, $100;  Ikea chair and ottoman, $50.886  4670 ask for Heather.       ��45w  45-gal. aquarium, gravel, filter,  light, heater, vacuum, stand, $300.  685*5410. I45w  New carport structure, 20x20,  steel Irame, $450.8654166.  MScn  $ CASH I  For used furniture and various  items, good cond. 8B6-3254.l45cn  Two pedestal Duncan Phite dining  suite, $1500 obo; RCA VCR 4*  head with VCR plus, $400; tramed  mirrors, RCA camcorder, $600;  Salari video light, never used,  $200; stained glass Tiffany lamp,  $900; 4 poster queen size water  bed, $300; Bissel steam deaner,  $200; F*lectrqlux vacuum, $300; 2  vanities, ,$200 each, salon  portable hair dryer, $200; salon  sink, $200; Telelunkin TV, $250;  Franklin Mint car collection, $400;  1980 Toyota Corona, $500; Brad-  lord exchange collector plates,  $50 each. 8666163.       ��45cn  TOYS,  TOYS.  toys!  Arriving Daily  New Stock  ���Tonka  ��� Little Tykes  ��� Pbymohlle  ��� Brio, Barbie etc.  Grandma's  Toy Box  Sunnycrest MaO, 886*3044  2 pee. cheslerlield, light tweed,  $300; Lazy Boy space saver rocker recliner (gold tone), $250 (both  recovered and in good condtion);  combination dishwasher, stove  top, oven _ fan, all Ms in space of  dishwasher, $650; 40 gal hot  water tank, $20; Tires, 2 Good  Year, 2 Seats Road Hander m/s  P185/70 R14, nearly new, $150  set. 665*3360 before 9 pm. M5cn  Microliche wilh s/m molor film.  $150; Bellsaw sharpening  machine, $600; small engine  parts, lot $1500; used parts and  some old saws, lot $200. 885-  5670 M5cn  Firewood bucked. $45 ��� P/U load.  8862342. MSw  Stationary elect, cut oft saw wilh  moveable bench < cuts 6' logs,  $100 obo; rifle Husquana X.06 4  power Bushnell scope; 3 Briggs 6  Straiten engines. 8866352. M5w  Truck canopy, lull size, good  cond, $300.8864787.      M5w  TOPSOIL  Rich quality lop soil by the tan*  dam dumptruck load.  Langdals* Roberts Creek $250  Roberts Creek-Devis Bay $275  Davis Bay-Hallmoon Bay $215  While quantities last Call W.D.  Excavating, I8M7M or call. ���  1-220-1628. tfns  100 amp sq. D. panel, $25; 100  amp metre base, $10; 60 amp  temp, power pull, $100; two 165  R15 studded snow tres on Volvo  rims, $20; two 19575 R14 dies on  rims (Ford?), $16; 15x30 portable  insulated vinyl closet hut, $3000.  8867615. Mtol  Orcana, all chord organ, $76 wilh  music, 886-9630. MScn  4x8 utility trailer, 14 in. tiros. $550.  886-4651 aft. 6pm. SI  Antique wood burning cook Hove,  $800.8863506. SS  Full size camper frig, slove heater,  $1500 obo. 8862108. ss  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/ieplacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bion*  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,636-9665. tfns  '89 Pontiac Sunbird. Compare,  only $4,395. MDL 5792 Phone  885*5131.  1988 Steller, 5 sp., 4 dr., good  second car, $1300 obo. 8863694  ���91 Isuzu Trooper, 4 cyl. auto, 4x4,  27.000 kms, 1 yr. warranty,  $14,500.8868044. ��45cn  1980 Ford Mustang h/b, sunrool,  stereo/tape deck, 6 cyl. auto, good  condition, $120O obo. 686*8712.  MScn  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  6967727. ss  76 660 C Case backhoe, new  brakes, exc. cond, $16,000 obo.  6867401. ss  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  complelely refurbished, a great  lamily wagon. SALE $2,495. 885  3281.MDL5936   1978 Zephyr Villager station  wagon, 6 cyl, auto, PS/PB, $575.  8864706. #46w  1979 Dodge Aspen S/W, exhaust  system new, mech. sound, primed  lor painting, 65,000 kms, $600;  955H Cat Crawler, buckel loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo. 800 lb' EM��lm*" ***,railer'  966*2546. a.,   as new, $650 film. 886*2830.#46w  1966 Honda Accord, 5 spd, 3 dr,  hatchback, am/fm cassette,  $5500.6864727. 147c  1980 Mustang, standard 4 sp, 4  cyl, good tires, good brakes, new  carb. kit, body in decent shape, oil  tone fender, runs well, $500.885-  3930. tins  1989 Tempo V A/C, gov't, insp,  new paint, $5000; 1985 Mustang  Cobra GT T-Top, lots ol extras,  $6500.885*3514. #47w  C^*******^  1968 Bronco II, 6 cyl aulo. Great  in snow! 885*3281. MDL5936  Firebird I960, black T-top, as Is  $1000 obo. 863-2576 eves.M6cn  1961 Mazda GLC, 4 dr. sedan,  runs well, $650 obo. 6868769.  '84 Ford Temp GL, 4 dr., 94,000  km. 8869529. M6cn  1988 Mercury Sable GS. 4 DrV  AuWV6/ White/ A.CJ  A.MJF.M. cassette. 885-3281.  MDL5936  1974 Datsun 260, motor head  rebuilt, motor needs work. Riken  mags, good cond. First $300 takes  It. 6864226. (Eves.) ��47w  High pert. Chev 350 lour bolt  main, forged steel crank, complete  but disassembled, c/w Weland  intake and Mallory rJstr. and coil,  sacrifice $2500 firm, approx. 325  HP; R.C.I, luel cells, $175 each.  8866053. M7w  1989 Ford E35015 pass. van.  V6 automatic. $14,995. 885-  3281.MDL5936.  JEEP ACCESSORIES  Jach or 6��ry 886-3633  1980 Honda Civic, std, runs well,  some rust, $500.8B63457.*46cn  '77 Seville, very low miles, $3400.       922*7636. M6cn  1976 Olds Cutlass Salon, good t986 Toyota 4 Runner, new tires,  engine, 4 dr. $300.8862163. H.D. bumper, $10,000 obo. 686  ��� ���47*    4890. 146a,  ���w?   LOOKING  FOR A VEHICLE?  -^zggjjjaj^*  You tell us what you want..,  (year, make model)  we tell you who his It!  Dealer Pre owned Vehicles  CALL TOLL FREE  1-800-667-5535  Mo-*** it *�����, ! aw  I pn ��� S��.'M,l .tr*   5 p*��  ��*fi.\wii. Hktuie  1988 5 sp, 4 dr, red Nissan Sen-  Ira, $6000 obo. 8864837.      ss  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, sc, all power, excellent condition. $4550.8864641.       SS  1991 Explorer Eddie Bauer, 4x4  4 door, 4.0 LV6 auto. Fully  equipped PLUS leather interior.  One owner $22,995. 885*3281.  MPL5936   1961 Dodge Cargo van with roof  racks, $2800 obo. SB5-5173.M7w  1981 Chevelie, new battery, generator ( master cylinder, oilers.  6862989. I47w  1993 Probe auto. 2.0LDOHC  16 valve ��� loaded all new for  '93. Motortiend's Car ol the  Year. Drive Ihis car! 885*3281.  MDL5936.  '90 Cavalier 4 door. Reduced -  S7.995. MDL 5792 Phone 885-  5131.  ���77 Monarch, 302, body in exc.  .��� Tfac|l6r 4X4 convertab|e,  cond, runs good, $200 obo. 886  85000 _m< asking jeggo. Call  eves. 8867556. ss  7212.  M5w  1962 Escort lor parts, rebuill  engine, new exhaust, good battery  and tires. $600 obo. 885*4594  alter 6 pm. ��45cn  1990 F150 Custom 5 OL Auto. tilt,  cruise, cassette 885*3281  MDL5936  1969 Mazda 2 WD pick up. 4 cyl,  5 spd, standard, 120,000 kms,  $7000.685-5686. M7c  1992 Mazda 323, radio tape deck.  5 spd, $8600 obo. 8869979.147c  1992 Taurus V6 auto, air till  cruise, airbag and more  Clearance sale price. 885*3281  MOL 5936   '90 Chev Lumina, 4 dr. sedan,  auto, P/B, P/S, cruise, AM/FM  cass, as new. $8400. 665*9027  alt. 5pm. M5w  One owner, garage-sheltered  1984 New Yorker sedan. Excellent  cond. 886-7263. M5cn  Kevin's Mobile Mechanic  Guaranteed Work/Low Rates  Licensed Mechanic  Repairs lo ell makes  Over 15 years experience  886-3185  87 S10 pickup. Have a look.  S2.995. MDL 5792 Phone 885-  5131.  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900 obo. 6863648 ss  1969 Grand Wagoneer 4WD. V8.  auto, leather, fully loaded, trailer  pkg. low miles. 885-3281  MDL5936  '77 BMW 5301. Body rough, U-joint  must be replaced, mechanically  good. Offers or trade. 6863802.  M7c  1980 Mustang, std, good brakes,  good tires, new caib kit. runs well,  dependable transportation. $500  obo. 8960924. tfns  1966 Nissan Micra, 2 dr., 4 cyl, 5 1979 Grand Marquis, $800 or 1982 Mazda RX7, good cond,  sp., 72,000 kms, mech. A-1, trade lor pick up. 8867567 or 886- new clutch, brakes, $3100. 886*  $3200.6867063. M6w    7563. I45cn    6032. SS  24 HOUR  TOWING  WALTS  886*9600 /cel. 240*575  1988 Escort wagon, 4 cyl, aulo.  cassette, one owner. 885*3281.  MDL5936  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrool w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  8667854 all. 5:30pm. ss  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.866-7150.  ss  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo  883*9234. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 666*3623. as  '92 Metro GS1. lun fuel-saving  transportation, $8,995. MDL 5792  Phone 885*5131.  1990 Nissan Sentra 5 sp, red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new front tires,  exc. cond, $5500.866-4637. ss  1969 Honda Accord, silver w/txd.  Interior, new parts, bums a little  blue. $300 obo. 886*7311   ��46w  '89 Pontiac 6000. Priced lo clear,  $8,395. MDL 5792 Phone 885-  5131.  '84 Chevette 4 cyl, auto, 2 dr.  royal blue, good shape, $950 obo.  6669308. I46w  '91 Cavalier Z-24. Economical &  sporty. $11,995. MDL 5792  Phone 885*5131.  1984 Dodge Caravan, 5 pass,  exc. shape, $3600.8864217. ss  1985 Foid LTD station wagon, a/c,  no rust, good cond, $1300 obo.  883*9290 alter 5 pm. ss  SAFETY  CHECKED  ������ Rallmt  ������ Reliant  18 Tanaa  84 ChavSIO  ���3 Rallanf  ���3 Marat-Is  MtaWafN  83   totrmlXP.  83  81  80 Valara  80 Chavatta  78 Chavatta  Centurion Auto  5645 Whorf Rd. Sixlu-ll  885-4004 MDL-ajw  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  6667167 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  000866*7378 ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5495.  8867520 or 6862111. SS  '61 Dalsun King Cab 4x4,6 inch  lift and canopy. 886*9866 after 6  pm. #47c  '84 Mazda pick-up, excellent  cond., canopy, new tires, am/fm,  178,000 km, $2800.8863466."..  M7c  76 3/4 Ion Chevy flatdeck 4x4,  $2,500 obo. 8863001. SS  1960 GMC pick-up, good work  tiuck, $1495 obo. 8866357 after 6  pm or anytime weekends.   #45c  Three ton truck, flatbed with Hiab,  good mechanical condition,  $2500.686-3977 alter 6 pm.MUcn  1968 Ford 150 supercab, short  box with canopy, good cond,  $6500.8860270. MSw  1979 Foid Uriel 3/4 ton supercab,  tilt wheel, ciuise control, $1500  film. 885*2521. M6w  1976 F2S0 pick-up, propane,  75,000 miles, $2800. 865-6409  leave message. Mfscn  Beater/mud racer, I960 Chev 3/4  ton 4X4. Body rusted out, good  mechanically, $500.686-3231.  M5w  1982 GMC, no rust, good cond,  $2300 Obo. 8863396.       I46w  1966 Chevy van, exc. shape,  $1600000.8862084.       ��46w  1991 Explorer XLT 4X4. loaded,  42.000 kms, showroom condition  $23,500. 8662442 6866075. Ask  lor Larry M5w  1987 F250 Fold. XLT 3/4 ton,  camper special, 6.9 diesel, exc.  cond, low mileage, asking  $12,500. 886-3158 eves.    M5w  1973 Chev 3 ton dump, certified Wl  July/94.350 cu. in. 5 spd. split on  piopane, 6 yd's aluminum box,  $6500 obo. 685*7567 oi 885-  7553. M5cn  1989 Z-71 stepside 4x4, tully  loaded, must sell. 8667484.   ss  1962 Ford Courier, running condi*  Hon, 8869749. M5cn  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8868204. ss  1988 Ford F150 4x4, 302, 5 spd,  canopy Many extras. $9,700.866  4651 alter 6. ss  '72 Ford 250 p/u. 360 auto, new  tires, sportsman canopy. Solid  truck, $2200.8867401.        ss  1968 Ford F150 4X4. 302, 5 sp,  canopy, many extras, $9700.885-  4851 alt. 6pm. ss  1963 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic, $2400.6865623 alt. 6.  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 obo. 6867648.  1951 Ford, 1 1/2 Ion w/dumping  flat deck, $400 obo. 885*3635.  MSw  '91 Nissan P/U, short box, 4 cyl, 5  sp, 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  8669600. ss  '79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto, looks and runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 6867099. SS  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  8867518. ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 886*3005 8am*  5pm. tfn  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  6867800. ss  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5.2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.8863001.  ss  77 Ford F-250, 54,000 miles,  good running cond, $1500. Paul  8862895 alt. 6pm. tfns  Wanted: trailer for 22 ft. boat. 686  7594. M7c  SEOUT  mnn in.  ciittlR llll Murray  M CM MX.   M.'N.AH.S.  M.ab.yc   o Marfrxe  Surveyors and Consultant:  Brand new Paloma propane water  heater, never installed; pair of 30.5  gal. aluminum boat tanks, as new  condition. 863*2533.        M6w  30 It. cabin cruiser, twin Chrysler,  316, many extras, needs some  woik. Curlew II, moored at Tillicum  Bay, live on board, $6000 obo.  8864416 or 533*1522.      #46*  26 It. 1991, welded aluminum, 200  hp turbo diesel jet 400 his, work  freight or taxi boat wilh coasting  license. Sell-bailing, radar, hydraulics, lire pump. Cost $70,000;  sell $45,000.1*947*2549 Bowen  Island. M5w  I have just linished rigging my  boat. Have 9 fl. oft 1/2 fuel grade  hose and 25 It. ot 1/2 in. I.D. hose,  buy al wholesale cosl. 865*9326.  MOW  20 ft. freishters  custom built  wood & epoxy  huse payload  Ideal for island hideways  ph. 185*3161  12'6* Apollo inflatable with trailer,  exc. cond, 4 chamber/inllatable  keel sectioned aluminum floor  boards. Seats, oars, gas tank,  $1500 complete. 886*8558.  tins  1975 * 50 HP Johnson OB, completely stripped and inspected by  Lea Richard, $1000 installed and  guaranteed. No tank. 6869328.  MtW  17 It. Hourston, 90 hp Johnson,  new controls, steering, soft top  w/lrailer, $3000 obo. 885*4890.  M6cn  16 It. fiberglass, 65 HP outboard  with cover and trailer, $2600.886  9127. MScn  14 ft. aluminum boat, 9.6 Merc,  trailer, exc. cond, $1950 obo. 886  6319. M5w  32 It. diesel sedan (roller, exc.  West Coast cruiser, boat house  moorage avail, $95,000 even.  865-9459. M5w  Car dolly (Kartole Autom) complete w/light bar for mid-size, neer  new, $1550 obo. 883-2246. ��50c  1990 Corsair Medallion, 26 ft. fifth  wheel. Less than 2000 km on  hwy, exc. cond. Must see to  appreciate. Asking $23,590.886  6028 anytime. M7c  Will trade a 14 It. aluminum boat,  motor $ trailer & oars lor a 60 or  newer 35*50 HP, Evin. or John*  son, motor must be very good.  8860249. MSw  17 tt. fiberglass 90 hp Merc  Needs some work. $1850.685'  4217.  18 It. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800.883*  2297.  25 It. Airstream, used in movie. 32 It. Pacemaker 1975 Sportsfish-  Greal accommodation. Easy to er C/B twin Crusaders, surveyed,  tow. $6500.922*7836.     M6cn    $49,900.8860045. ��47w  1989 26.5 ft. KIT 5th wheel, 2 dr.  fridge-freezer, slove w/oven, 4  burners. Ducted forced air. TV .  radio antennae s CATV hook-up,  AM/FM stereo, 3 pee bath, queen  bed w/2 dbl. convertibles. Skylight,  dual 30 gal. propane tanks, 16 tt  awning, $16,995. Tow vehicle also  avail. 886*7417. M6w  30 ft. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, furnace, shower, $6500.  8664217. ss  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condilion. 8869025. ss  Two Chrysler 316 inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuilding, $1000; other Is in line  running condition, $2000. For  details call Buccaneer Marina.  ti  28 IL Unilly fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots of extras. George  8868139. ss  1966 21 It Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, lully equipped for Ashing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500.6852503. ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  5 hp Johnson outboard motor and depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  tank. $200.866-4727.       M7c    7255. ss  1980 Firebird, black T*Top, as is.  81 VW Jette 4 dr, 5 sp, sunrool.  $1000 obo. 883*2578 eves. M5w    $3500 obo. 686*7969.  1992 Ford Areoslar Extended 7  pass. V6 auto PW. PL, tut  wheel, cruise control. Ironl 4  rear air conditioning, cass.  $18,995. 885*3261 MDL5936.  1987 Tempo 4 dr, P/W, P/D/L, air  cond, AM/FM stereo, exc. cond,  $3000 865*4054. ss  when you  pay for 2 Inmorilone  SO  FOR ONE INSERTION  insMarltisMc^orWefaktndtr  EdHion. Up to 10 words; 25 owls  for eocli oddatlonot word.  FrtM: Lost. Found & Fraa  re> Soil ClaeeHlede  )17upto 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Yoitr ad, telling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by ftalrfltd d��adlin�� ��� Not available tor commercial admHtmts  Coast News  CIASSINID DEADLINES:  Mmatay RalltUn WaakancJar  ��� PM. THUMDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sachalt 885-3930 Coast News, November 8, 1993  1950 ��� 45 It. l.OA Monk In*  cabin,.single 671 diesel rebuilt, hull  restored, as new from keel up.  Mahogany interior, completely  relinished. virtually all new components, beautiful, comfortable motor  yacht. Must be seen. Some finishing required. Cosmetic only, but  priced accordingly at $59,500,  which includes material to complete. 8860790 appt. only. M5w  1992 Grsgoi welded aluminum  boat. 1993 Evinrude 30 HP outboard, elec. start. Caulkins trailer.  $6000. 885*9877 days. 885*5085  eves. M5w  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20*30-40-50-70 HP 1992*1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883*2456.      ttn  Professional couple with one child  and one outdoor dog seek home  between Sechell and Gibsons.  Watertront, view or privacy Size  and price llexible. Avail, immed.  Call Carroll 1-986*2094 (bus) 1-  966*2092 Res (lax) 644*1113  (cell.) M7c  Couple require house/cottage w /  garage or carport. Preler water*  front. 435*8361. M7c  Reliable and responsible working  single molher looking to rent a 3 or  4 bdrm house Irom Gibsons to  Hallmoon Bay, reasonable rent.  886*8552 eves. M6cn  Clean,  12x52 Iwo bedroom,  $15,000 obo. Ken 88662 77J46w  New home  Now Set-up  in Family Paik  Gibsons area  To view call  686*2597,597*3322.  tin  New Homes  From $36,900 F.P.  Must have own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, car  boat etc.  Call called  597*3322 ttn  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adult community  Rents Irom $235/mo.  For info, call  597*3322  tin  2 bdrm apt. Gibsons, opposite the  Yachl Club, new building quiet and  secure, laundry, fully carpeted.  $780.886*3420. M7c  Two bdrm. house in Madeira Park,  avail, immed, $500/mo. 8655446.  M7w  One bdrm. sell-contained  Redroolls. Rd, W/U. aval. Dec. 1.  $450 ��� utils. 865*3557.      M7w  2 bdrm. lower suite. Gibsons.  $575.  2 bdrm. lower waterfront suite,  Hallmoon Bay. $600.  2 bdrm. side duplex, Redroolls,  $650  1 bdrm. suite. Sechelt, $500.  2 bdim. lumished, Tuwanek, $500  3 bdrm. Sandy Hook, $700.  3 bdrm. Selma Park, $900.  2 bdrm. W. Sechelt, $500.  Sussex Realty  Large private pad, 12x58 plus  12x12 addition plus 12x18 workshop (insulated * patio doors). Sunshine Coast Mobile Home Park.  SVF, W/D, market value $23,000,  must sell, $17,000.8850924. tins  28. Molorcycles  1982 Yamaha Virago 920 cc, lots  ol extras, $1295.8860382.M6cn  Go cart trame with engine (YZ80),  $75,883-9259. ��46w  Must sell, 1969 550 Triumph, original condition. $2000 obo. 865-  7072. M5cn  ���83 BMW, RS-1X. 1000 cc, white,  'beautiful shape, lots ol extras,  $5900 Obo. 8857492.       M5w  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras  $3,000.8964746. ss  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cor.d, 20,000 kms, $1450 obo.  6665492. ss  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3.500.8664616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1978 Honda 400. good cond,  spare bake lor parts $600 takes all.  8867722 leave message,    tfns  Dave Austin 1853295  MSw  Shared accommodations, W/D,  spacious modem waterfront with  view, $350/mo. 885*0943.  M7w  3 bdim. home in Redrooifs. Older,  but well kept, new carpet.  $700/mo. inds. heat and light. 686  2213 eves. M7w  3 bdrm. 11/2 baths, 2 car garage,  2 sundecks, 4 appis, Hallmoon  Bay, avail. Dec. 15. $850/mo. 886  4762. M7w  Cozy new 1  bdrm. collage  w/attached garage, 5 appis, hydro  and cable ind. Suitable lor mature  single adult. $700/mo. 6657791.  M7w  2 bdrm. main II, view, hydro, laundry, 552 Abbs Rd, $750/mo. 886  37321V. mess. M7w  Room for rent. 8864877.   M7w  Free standing bachelor suite on a  large property wilh exc. view and  beach. Close to ferry terminal,  $425 inds. electricity. 8862738.  M7w  Sleeping rooms avail, immed.  West Sechelt. Details Janet 685-  5240. M7w  West Sechelt lovely Ig. basement  suite. Avail, immed., lenced private yard. Janet 885-5240 Iv.  mess. M7w  2 bdrm * den, Langdale, 5 appl,  l/p. N/S. Rels. req. 666*0041  (eves.) M7c  Cosy two bdrm trailer-addition,  near beach, ind. hydro. $425. 865*  0640. M7c  Two bdrm SxS duplex, all appliances. Roberts Creek, $550/mo.  8863676. 147c  Gibsons 2 bdrm main floor house  recently decorated, huge deck,  spectacular view of marina. Avail,  immed. $550/mo. ��� util. 686*0775  M7C  W. Sechelt view bachelor suite for  quiet, employed N/S. Avail, immed.  $375/mo ($200 damage deposit).  865*5307. M7c  WEST SECHELT  Nevei ending view ovei Trail  Islands trom 3 bdrm, 2 bath A*  Irame. Intenor hot lub, 5 appl, 2  cozy wood heaters. $875/mo.  25x30 workshop optional. Avail.  Dec. 1.8855143. M7c  Upper house. 3 bdrm. 2 baths, all  appliances, 1 min. to ferry.  $965/mo. 8868474. M7c  I bdrm above ground basemenl  suite. Avail, immediately. All utilities ind . washer/dryer. Furnished  or unfurnished. 1 mm. to ferry.  $485/mo. 6868474. M7c  1 bdim bsmt suite. Share washer /  dryer t hydro. Avail. Nov. 15.  $490/mo. 8857016. 14/c  Room in beautiful mobile home.  Kitchen access. Responsible person. 6868611. M7c  Lowei Gibsons, 2 bdrm, W/D. $600  t1/2 util. 8863466. M7c  Spacious, view, 3 bdrm, 2 bath  townhouse, 4 appl, good Gibsons  location, $750. Available Dec. 1.  8863484. M7c  Upper lloor in large home near  marina in Gibsons. Rental has 3  large bdrms, stove, fridge, washer  dryer. $760/mo. ��� ufil. No pets.  Call 886*2095 or 9368531. M7c  Upper Gibsons, modern 3 bdrm  duplex, 11/2 baths, 6 appis, near  schools and shopping, no pets,  rets. req. $800/mo. 6859540.M7C  Gibsons, 1 bdrm suite, f/p, laundry.  $535/mo, util. ind. Avail. Nov. 15.  1*922*1880. #46c  Large, bright 1 bdrm. apt. with  view. Walk to feny. Laundiy. Adult-  oriented, avail. Dec. 1.8860336 or  886O990. MSw  1 bdrm. plus den, view house,  lower Gibsons, avail, immed,  $60<Vmo. 271*0753. M6w  Avail, immed, house for renl Davis  Bay. 3bdrm,'$8O0/mo. 984-8860  or 6865064.' MOW  2 bdim. W/F cottage Halfmoon  Bay, avail. Dec. 1,$475/mo. 885*  0553 or 1*2668436. M6w  Unfurnished 4 bdrm house, 5 appl,  Point Rd, Hopkins Landing. Avail.  Nov. 15. MOO/mo. 263*9396.  Mtol  Cozy Home ��� large lumished room  incl. utils, etc. Shared kitchen $  bath, N/S Ideal tor tradesman,  $400.8863779. M6w  Gibsons ��� 2 bdrm. grnd. brighl,  $500 plus; also Rbts. Ck. 1 bdrm,  attached greenhouse, shared riot  tub. short term possible, $400 ilus  Steve 888*0539. .46*  Avail. Immed. Lowei Gibsons, 1  bdrm. greal location and view.  $525/mo. 8867630. M6w  New. lumished oi unlurnished  suite, private entrance, sundeck,  panoramic view, near terry, lull  cable, util. incl. $575/mo. 886-  7394. M6cn  2 bdim (remodeled) with unfinished bsmt, N/P, 517 Shaw Rd.  $7007mo. 88696S7.        M6cn  2 bdrm townhouse, % prime location in Gibsons. Very clean, close  lo amenities, 6 appl. Avail, immed.  $750/mo. 6863218 or 733*7211.  MScn  Avail. Nov. t, 2 bdrm, 12x68  mobile plus storage addition.  Fridge, stove, W/D, no pets. 17-  1416 North Rd. $600/mo. 886*  95B1orotlice. M6cn  Dec. 1. two bdrm house on view  acreage in West Sechell. Fruil  trees, 2 est garags, $650/mo  lease. Rels. req. Please phone  865*9658. MScn  SECHELT  3 bdrm, 2 bath, almost new, view  bungalow, 4 appis, N/S, N/P,  $e00/mo. Dec. t. 8863138J46cn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  TeSfifa  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  3 bedroom duplex  $900/month  Bachelor cottage, Halfmoon Bay  area, fireplace, avail. Nov. 1,  $500/mo. 8862703. ��46cn  2 bdrm house, Hallmoon Bay area  w/lamily rm, w S d, recently renovated, $700/mo. 885-2703. MScn  Lower Gibsons, 3 Irg. bedrooms,  fireplace, F/S, W/D, avail. Nov. t,  refs, $6O07mo. 9460384.   M5w  Trail Isl. Apts, West Sechelt.  Ocean view, large 2 bdrm, stove,  Iridge, avail, immed, N/S, no pels.  $825/mo. 8866143. M5w  2 bdrm. condo, lumished, 5 appl,  $560/���. 8858831. M5w  2 bdmt. condos lor rent, lumished,  view, $650/mo. 6868831.  ��aJ8w ,  a',   .  Davis Bay, watch the cruise ship  Irom Ihis executive 3 bdtm. lamily  room, hot tub, hobby craft room,  vaulted ceiling, garden, avail, mid*  Nov. Lease, refs req. $l200/mo.  Van. 672*3516 aft. 6pm and weekends. M5w  Avail. Nov. 1,3 bdtms, 2 baths, 3  appl, NS/NP, W. Sechelt.  $825/mo.Ev 6855290.     #45w  2 bdim. duplex, Davis Bay, 4 appl,  neer schod, $625.8868250.M5W  2 bdrm. house Garden Bay. Call  Joyce 883*9449. I48w  Davis Bay near beach, modern  1600 sq. It. 3 bdrm, 2 balh, FP,  fenced yard. 8864862.     M6w  Sechelt. Available immediately, top  floor ol house, 4 bedrooms, dose  to schod and all village amenities,  private back yard, carport, lire-  place, $8007mo. Phone Derek 1*  732*1716. M5cn  2 bdrm suite, $575/mo, Lower Gibsons, available immediately. Large,  spacious, all fixtures and appliances white, Including walls. Carpets light beige. Private entrance,  deck, storage and hot water tank.  Shared laundry, lots ol parking.  AsklorMamie68l*6990.  MScn  Immaculate 2 bdrm. rancher in  West Sechelt. All appliances incl.  washer 1 dryer, $825/mo. Phone  866-8337 alt. 4 pmlor appointment  toview. tfn  2 bdrm. home on Redrooffs Rd,  private, avail, immed. $750/mo.  8654452. MSw  2 bdtm. mobile neit Gibsons  Plan, quiet. $475/mo. 886*0604 or  8650605. MSw  RV for renl on site at Langdale  Heights RV Paik. $350/mo. hydro  included. 686*2162.        M5cn  2 bdrm main floor of house. 3 appl,  share W/D and hydro. Carport, f/p,  avail. Nov. l,$750/mo. 8667016.  MScn  I A 2 bdrm cottages avail. Immed.  N/S, N/P. Free use of dock and  small fishing boat. Cable included.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 883-  9569. tfns  Centrally located condo. 2 bdrm +  den, 1 1/2 baths, l/p, garage, 5  appliances, rels. req. $725/mo.  Call Laurella 886*2277 or 886-  9683. #47cn  New Apts. on Wharf Rd. Two  bdrm. with balcony, 4 appl, laundry room, A security door,  $600/mo. plus ulils. Rels. req. 885-  4103. M6w  3 new, permanent/long term RV  sites now teady at Boot Hill RV  Paik, $250/mo. 1117 Keith Road, 1  1/2 miles up Cemetery Road, Gibsons. 8869764 or 220-1526.  tfns  House at 3446 Beach Ave, Rbts.  Ck, lor Dec. 15. Children A pete  welcomel 3 1/2 bdrms., 2 1/2  baths, new eppl, fresh paints ran.  Rels. req, $850/mo. Call coll. 738-  2596, also Fax. M7w  Avail, immed, preler single professional female to share townhouse,  1*5, NIP, Refs. req. SXUm Incl.  ulils. 8868920 or 9250728.#47w  Shared accommodation M/F, 2  bdim. house, Langdale, N/S N/P,  avail, immed, $400/nto. plus utils.  886*0041. MSw  Single male/lemalelo share house  with other who works in camp during week. Some furniture necessary. $350/mo. + 1/2 hydro. Avail.  Nov. 15. Lv. mess, at 8853267.  m  BCYCNA  wtntH  cat***  UtOfU-Gn  Thtm adt appt.tr In mon Own IOO community rtawsptptrt In B.C. ind Yukon  md rt.Kh men ttin 3 million rttdtrt.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $225:  333  KOOtMhtd��lontl wort  ANNOUNCEMENTS  CHRISTMAS SKI SPECIAL  trom $199.-3 days Sluing &  Lodging! 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Trucks   Up lo $1500 cam i  rtbatt      0   down O.AC   ,  Payments Irom Sl89'month  Phone Grant coiltci 538  ?Z?8,..Bialtr��e367._  AUTO HOTLINE  Frtt Strv  et1 Looking lor auud vthi-  cltmBC ���  Ca.M 800 567  SSSSwa-hytar.maktamoda-l '  ��� wall (til you which dealer j  haa il. instantly*    |[B41*(AK��A1I ;  BED 4 BREAKFAST six t��0  room houst $98,000  Owntr !  will carry mongagt 949-9406  ���UILMHO iUPPl-f j  DOORS- WINDOWS' inio |  nor and -Minor wood, mttal  and French Doors, wood win-  dows. skylights MOHEl Call  coiltci lo WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vanoouvar  at (604)266-1101  af-UWHtM OPPOHTUHmit  FANTASIA otters you ��� lucrative caret r Ml ling sensual  producta and lingerie through  home parties. No investment  lor stock. Car required, 582-  6684 or 1800-661*1978.  Run your own Corsini Pres-  Sious Fashion business any-  itrt in Canada. Atordtbie  designer silk clothing collection. Wake money. Full or  pvt-tima. FREE information  Totl-frtt 1-B00-567-576O.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  LEASE OPTION: Did you  know that you can drive eny  vehicle you want with NO  DOWN PAYMENT and ititl  use ti as a tai OtductibJt tx  pense for your business?  Example: Ford Eiptorar from  $349 ptr monlh Phona  328 9211    D8367  ATHOME BUSINESS or add  to an existing oparaoon For  total investment 0f km than  $50,000. youH tn|oy high rr  turns in tht computtrlztd  Embroidery Business Acom  plete sei-up now avaiitbtt m  this area Call Denis in  Calgary 1 800 661 9069  DISTRIBUTORS WANTED  tor a tuN lint ol trash Iro-itn  gourmet loods This is t  unqut opportunity to bt pan  ol tht listtst growing bust  nestta in Canada information cal Dave Ward |60��)2 73  9493 Day*  Complete shot reptir shop.  Power linishing unit, aulo  solar, patchtr, DN2000. wtlt  sDtchtr. key cutler, racks, in-  vtntory, ertgrtving machine  in siorage, good condition.  F.O B. Victoria $35,000  O.B.O. Box 120, City Wide  Cftssiftads, 45 Er* Strati,  Victoria. B.C. V8V 1P9.  EXTRA INCOME FOR  CHRISTMASI Money mak  ing homt based business  Minimal investment. Unique  video gilt marketing tech  niqus. Fret information.  Write: Box 247. Oueen Char-  lone City, B.C. VOT1SO.  W5I*����RS0HALS  \ ADD a Utile Spoil  Lovely  I roommates - Karen, Linda.  I Cheryl - have exerting per  1 sonal photos to share. Frtt  I into:    Kartn, Box 870 GB.  . Kelowna, B.C.    VIY 7P4.  Adults Please1  Wa buy rww merchandise  inventories, lactory seconds,  close outs, receiverships.  bailiff stizurtt tor cash On  crttion assured Call Kan  Mtlhtrel. Cash 2-U  Liquidations Tel: (604)536-  4000. FAX. 536 0033.  COHTE1T  EMPLOYMENT OPP.  POETRYCONTEST$12.000  m pruts Possibta pubica  Don Stnd ont original poem  20 lines or itss to: NaDonaJ  Library ot Poetry, Box 704  ND. Owinga M4ls. Md2nt7  EDUCATION  Tram to be an Apartment/  Condommum Manager Fret  1 job pitcamtni assistance.  Governmenl Licensed cotre-  spondence course.   2,200  : yaduatts working. For FREE  ��� brochurt: R.M.T.I.66I 5456  or 1800-665 8339.   ,  j CHEF TRAINING Full-timt.  i 17 Week Diploma Programs  ��� ottering the best training in  | Coolung/Pastry 6 Deist as.  Student loans and job piace-  1 ment. DUBRULLE FRENCH  CULINARY SCHOOL. Vancouver (604)738-3155 or 1-  800*667-7728.  MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION requires reputable  distributor sales repa for European personal care recession proof product. $20  60,000 income from homt  ' Inquirt: 21 Athol Dount.  Ayftiw* Outbec J9J 1A9.  I  TORBALliieK  [ STEEL BUILDINGS FROM  1 FUTURE   -   OUONSETS  ; 25X36' $5,962 , 30X40'  ' $6,593. STRAIGHTWALL  > OUONSETS       S25 X36'  I $7,130 ,S 30'X44' $7,593  Endwalls, Slicing Doors. GST.  Freight io Vancouver in-  ���JudedCtlll600*6665l11.  FROZEN      VEGETABLE  SALAD   Wonderful way lo  use cucumber crop. Recipe  $3��ndSASE to Angelas  I EnltrpriHS P.O. Box 36003,  BflfcSl -*���"*-S4S 7Hi  ! PEST FREEm Gutraniatd  , eltecOve, eale hi nana way  i io aiwninaia rodents, fleet,  sprdtrs. motqultos, Ihts tnd  ; Ortrtrsl JuSl plug It kit Pft  i mler Products 1-600-663  . 4467 lor Free brocfiure,  Do atomething nice for yourself today. Bring harmony Into  your life, receive divine guidance. Learn a simple spintual  exercise. Cell ECKANKAR S  Inlormation line 1-800 667-  2990/G.V.R.D-268*6325.  WESTERN CANADA'S  LARGEST Stock of Fruit ol  (he Loom* Activeweer, Un-  bttiable Wholesale Pncesll  Tees, Sweat-tops, Pants,  Hooded-tops. Jackals I Lou  Moretl Minimum purchase  mj_*Mi_ham_6_\ai  1432.  18 YOUR BODY A TOXIC  WASTE DUMP? Boost your  thinking ability: Rtad -Clear  Body, Clear Mind*. L Ron  Hubbard, Dianetics, 401 W.  Hastings, Vancouver V6B1L5.  UmlAWt. l   HUPWANTEO  BUSINESS STARTUP OPPORTUNITY: One Hundred  Client Capacity Answering  Service Cord Switchboard.  Perfect condition. Training.  Delivered. $6,968. Terms  negotiable. (604)576-2836  FAX: (604(576-8575.  Live and work in the heart of  therociues. Wall established  weekly community newspaper for sale. Contact  Jeannette Townsend.  Yetowhead Realty 566*4436  Days; 566*4775 Eves.  FREE CAREER  OPPORTUNIES' GUIDE.  Train at home for carters In:  Accounting, AircondiDoning,  Bookkeeping. Busintss, Electronics, Law Enforcement,  Medical Statury, Paralegal,  Travel etc. 404*999 Canada  PI.(IA) Vancouver (604 ��65-  8923,  War* looking for: Managers  lor rapid-giowth food service  companies. Mutt have degree and 2t years service  experience. Commercial  bankers with Can lone sa/Man-  dann language skills helpful.  .Send resumes: CTEW Ex  ecutlva Personnel Services,  ���1205-409 Granville Street,  Vanoouver, B.C. V6C 1T2  Phone.{604 J682-3218.FM:  (604)663*3211.   UTCMNCAMirra  HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO. New home study  course. Fast, easy method.  Guaranteed! FREE information. Call 1*800-667*0050  Ext. 770. Sludio A25.  CABINETS 1'2 PRICE. In  stock, countertops/vanities  also. Kitchen Craft Fasciory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Warehouses. 4278  Lougheed, Burnaby 298-  927f 1666 SpalRd., Kelowna  860-6638. 800 Cloverdale,  Victoria 389-1114.   MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory direct. 'Custom Built* top dollar for trades.  Many used units available.  Nc-t** Hornet (403)447-3414  m_w��L_wmuuB_t  BC Land For Sa* by Owner,  100 Properties. Ocaanfronl,  Lskefront. Streams,  RanchlarxJ localed throughout B.C. 1 '2 Acre to 300 Acre  parcttt. TtrmttvailaSbta Free  brochurt, Who Land 6 CatOt  Company 433*6545.  HffflPW  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Cal  frtt: 1 -800*665-1138. Contingency fees available. Simon,  mm I Met.  nam  AUSTRALI.VNEW ZEALAND  - Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb.  AUKLAND $1,199 to $1485.  SYDNEY $1,269 to $1,599.  Frequent flyers we book land.  Call ANZA Travel 734-7725  Toll free 1-600-667-4329.  VACATK>*H��P0T1  BEST PRICES IN WHISTLER. Best condo I hotel  rooms. As low as $59/nighL  Swimming pool, JacuuT 6  Sauna. SEA TO SKY 1 -800  667-5529,  WANTaED-OWeoMfldhewrv  tog buUdingt tor removal,  alao oM trectora, wagoiw,  prairie schoontrt, fire  truefca, etc. DetHa/plcs to  2210-C Louie Drive,  Weefbenk. B.C, V4TlY2or  call 766,2411.  34   Help Wauled  J���C STRATI < II * COCCDINailOC  The Sunshine Coast Community industtial Adjustment Committee is  currently seeking an experienced piolessional to: woik with  forestry related employeis & IWA to identify iobs lost due to the  annual allowable timbei cuts, determine  lay-ofl plans, develop an inventory of woikeis seeking reemployment assistance, develop & implement a  placement/tettaining program & identify & promote job cteation.  The successful candidate should have a woiking knowledge of the  forest industry & Adult Education system in B.C. plus these skills:  leadership, communication, computer hteiacy & supervisory.  Resumes must be received by November 26,1993,  Send to Lorraine Btanch, R.R.I1 Field Rd Site, C-53, Sechelt. B.C.  oi fax: 885-4195  Fot mote info Cllli 885-4805 after 6:00P.M.  35   Business &  Home Service;  Spacious I bdrm with skylight,  $450.886-7016. tin  Immaculate 2 bdim. adult-oriented  view condo, Qlbsons,. $700Vmo.  Avail, immed.  NRS SECHELT REALTY  MM093  tfn  Fully lumished sludio suite wilh  kitchenette. TV, linen service snd  guest laundromat. Located across  Irom Qlbsons Yachl Club i Marina. 886-3343. tfn  LOWER QIBSONS  Ollice. Heat & light included.  $!75/mo. 1*736-4904.      ��46cn  Workshop/Warshoust for rent.  WM490. tfn  OFFICE FOR RENT  Olfice for rent at Rockwood Centre  lot non-profit group wanting private, quiet space in a friendly, cooperative ambiance. $200 includes  heel, light and parking. Phone 885-  2522. tfn  Warehouse space for lease, 1500-  3000sq.lt. Hwy 101, Gibsons. All  facilities avail, incl. large loading  dock. 865-4193. Hn  Small office, upper Gibsons. 865-  5539. tfn  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. Hn  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq tt, 10' ceiling, heavy wiling. Also 750 sq tt  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 896-2663 days, 886-9075  eves. tfn  MOUNTAIN  CITY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCWL.  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  R.R -a Sid cm '.IBSONSVIIN ivo  ��R 23163  uHKiinQ  fta-afossiml Building  721 WmtiRd., Gibsons  3 offices: individual oi as a  package, lum. oi unfurn.,  dally, monthly rales; located  near the maiina & post office;  secretarial seivices aval.; call  Bev al 886*3320 or Lenka at  941-3036  Sandy Hook, brand new waterfront  home, sandy beach, 3 bdrm., 2  bath, appl., SSOO/mo. + utils. 1-  266*3419. I45w  Spacious modem country home,  shared accommodation - sauna,  l/p, w/d. Rooms avail., $350*425 +  util. Call 8806782 or 886*0014.  Moo-  Two housekeeping rooms. First,  $280/mo.; second, $15<Vmo. 866-  06* Mtol  Townhouse, 1500 sq. tl., 1 1/2  baths, shopping and schools, 5  appis, enclosed garage, 3 decks,  yaid, l/p, n/p. $800/mo. Avail. Dec.  t. 8664604. S45cn  Bachelor suite, Qlbsons, semi-tur-  nished, $450/mo. 885*6009.#45cn  Robeits Creek low bank Waterfront  property, two bedrooms, $1,100  per month.  Two bedrooms, plus guest suite - a  homs in a private setting - on  Ocean Beach Esplanade/Bon*  niebrook,$1250.  Two bedroom house lower Gibsons. $675/mo. plus utils.  APARTUENTS  One bedroom plus den, central  location, $600 per month plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot water,  $625.  One bedroom apartment, central ���  rani Includes heat and hot water,  $525.  Two bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heel and hot waler,  (Nov. I), $560.  One bedroom central, view, (Nov.  1) $525 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  1600 sq. ft. warehouse and office  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  Head of Housekeeping required lor  Rockwood Centre. Hours part-time  and flexible. Wages lo be negotiated. Submit resume / applicant���  to Rockwood Cenlre, Box 767,  Sechelt. ��46w  Framers wanted. Five years or  mora expenence. Call Lome 886-  4850. #45w  Fully qualified forming, framing,  lead hand carpenters and labourers. Own tools, 6 yrs. experience.  Wages negotiable. Send resume to  Box 1309, Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  ��4Sc  We buy charM and olher exotic  mushrooms. 685*5424 alter 4 pm.  #45cn  Physiotherapy receptionist, P/T,  casual. Time and location may  vary. 685*5539. Hn  Irvines Landing marina 4 pub.  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 683*1146. tfn  Pre-school music teacher, 1/2 hr.  per week. 885*2460. ��45w  Assemble lighl products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  ext.A74. tfn  3b  Business and  (tome Services  All types of construction renovations, quality workmanship, fair  prices, For last, free estimates cell  Don 885-3557, Rets avail.   ��47c  Mary Popping'  Chimney Sweep  Todd PollrdT  886-3694  Special  $30 per Chlm Chimney  DOWN TO  .EARTH  Gardening Services  irifdnMtoputyour  qarden to bed.  Cet us help you.  lUTHIWNMUSMUS  885-3438  35. Business &  Home Services  La*\NDSC.\PE  CONSULTr\NTS  Design  Supervision  Management  886-3015  Audiotape transcription, Word processing. Mailing lists. 885-9419.  MSw  HOUSECLEANING  Clean your house lor Christmas.  Reasonable rates, seniors discount. Call Gabby 886*0424 any  time lor Inio and rates.       tfns  HIGH QUALITY PAINTING  Reasonable rates ��� make your best  choice. Call B.C. Interiors 886-  2547. #47w  REROOFING'RENOVATIONS  ���REPAIRS  Reasonable prices, guaranteed  work. 889-5696 cellular, anytime.  MScn  METZjiPPIUNCE  REP/UR  ��� Same fey service  ���Sa-a-xi-rfliiaiiartb-dlt  ���Salesft Soviet  Harvey  AU work guaianteed  487 Pratt Rd. dlbsoiu 886-9959  pMWB Jon I ���non wpw)  QUALITY WOODWORK  We look ai all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality woik al an aflord*  able price, call Art Giesbrecht  885*3372 or 815-71M. Hn  Locks and Home Security  Free consultation and estimates.  Call Suiiock Homes Security 885-  3557. ��47c  High Quality Drywall/Taping. Reasonable rates ��� make your best  choice, call Ray 886*2547. *47w  Renovations, Repairs, Additions,  Outbuildings, rot and insect damage. Phone 685*6070.      M7w  Steen Construction ��� No project too  small or too large. Your one stop  contractor ��� additions, renovations,  decks, etc. Call Steen at pager  685*5111. ��47w  Drywall and Taping  Quality workmanship, fair prices,  for fast free eslimates, call Don  885-3557. RelS. avail.        ��47c  House cleenlng by the hour. 886-  7484. 147c  CARPET INSTALLATION  and repairs. 883-9757.      ��47c  General carpenter. Footings, foundations, decks, stairs, additions.  685*7977 eves, or leave message.  147c  bronx accounting  Complete accounting seivices for  construction trades. Call us at 686*  0593. ��45w  RINOVATING  Get your home  looking jusl like  new with  ��� New Twin Sealed  Windows  ��� Vinyl Siding  ��� Aluminum Soffits  ��� Continuous  Eavest roughs  ��� Patio Covers  or just add on a  beautiful West  Coast Solarium.  nil MTIMATW  VB-IS  Tony  886-3557  I'M YOUR HANDIHAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sdariums, No job too small. Bill at  686*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502.8864684. '    tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICELTD     "  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 685*2109.  ttn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, tree estimates. References  available. 886*3463. tfns  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  AnyJe*  DoesirALi 886*4788  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, balhs and ���  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Sealy 683-  2978. tin  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial. Residential  8864180 Iv. mess  Hn  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, linishing S re-finishing,  free estimates. 886-0167, 885-  2253. I46w  CABINETREE  Plywood and solid wood cabinets,  shelf units and finishing woik. Built  locally. James McCarthy, Certified  Journeyman Cabinetmaker. 685-  3551. ��46w  BiMtiut-r-  mSm  CONSTRUCTIOW  NEW HOMES-RENOS  SUNDECKS-FENCES  INTERIOR ALTERATIONS  PAINTING S REflNISHING  HUNT ENTERPRISE  8860731  Computer Friendly  ��� Custom programs. consulting  ��� Bookkeeping. accounting  ��� Tax returns  ��� Excellenl references*  885-8848 phone/lax  Nancy Horvath  ACCOVNTING+  Computerized accounting  services fot all types of business  ���Financial Statements  ��� Expense Analysis  ��� Temporary Arcountlng  Senices Available  ������������MM  Journeyman mechanic with auto  and maiine services. Available,  with reasonable rates. 886*3605.  MSW  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaranteed work. Call  Richard. 886*0962. I45cn  BOBCAT  Quality work! Done right! And on  time! Backfilling, excavating, leveling, landscaping, gravel driveways,  cement preparation, ground compacting, clean-up and light hauling,  snow removal. Besl rates, fiee  estimates. Gary's Bobcat Service  886-2203. I47c  House cleaning, honest, reliable.  Call Beth. 885-7942. 147c  QUANT REALTY LTD.  tin  Nice large waiertront apt. at Secret  Cove. Year round, $550/mo. Can  Hayden 885*9366, lv. mess,   tfn  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaner with  good relerences. 686-4660. ��47w  Wi do house/office cleenlng, reasonable rates senior discounts, ref*  .Pam 885-3720.    ��47w  PAINTING  Call Jack tor your painting needs.  Reasonable rales, special rates tor  seniors. 886-0070. I45w  Help On The Way  Windows, gutters, cleaning, small  repairs, etc. 686*3188.     MScn  HOME RENOVATIONS  8 REPAIRS  FENCING* DECKS  Call alter 6pm M421S Bob tfns Coast News, November 8, 1993  23  SPCA News  Octavia, a pure  black, yellow*  ���yed, spayed  female has been  waiting at the  SPCA since July  for a good home.  She's an Indoor  companion who Is  timid but doesn't  hiss or scratch or  bite. Call 88aS-  CARE.  5YEJVRSAGO  Gibsons RCMP are cracking  down on speeding motorists racing for the Vancouver ferry.  Sergeant Ed Hill stated "We've  had several complaints regarding  speeders on Marine Drive on Ihe  way to the ferry. We have school  children waiting there for buses,  walking and crossing the road."  15 YEARS A-30  Alderman Lorraine Goddard  decided to seek re-election to  Gibsons municipal council. "We  can't stop growth because people  will come and fall in love with  the place as I did. Bul the growth  Carpet and vinyl installation. 20 ** ln-P ��* French homework or  yrs. exp. Free estimales. 886* conversational French. 886*8611.  0728 ��45cn      M7c  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  lobs, quick friendly service. 685-  9694,328*1811 cell. #47*  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885*3917. tins  PHI  Froe Gxauwiofi  II    \\CAU 885-4719  ANDARDEVCORP.  SPOTTED OWL  CONSTRUCTION  Forming and framing specialists.  Local rets. 685-3574.       ��46cn  Local carpenter, 22 yrs. experience, wanting pert time work. 885-  0198 ��46cn  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Painting, carpentry, general  repaiis, quality work. Keith Wiles.  885-3272. iltcn  Quality painting. Also, gardening  and general labour. Steven  Bethune 885*3276. ��47c  For Hire: Few hours/few weeks.  Summer groundskeeper now available lor labour, swamper, moving,  cleanup, firewood chopping, etc.  Reliable. References. Rob 886-  3822. ��47w  House cleaning services - reasonable rates. Rels. avail. Call 886-  3327. #47w  Expeiienced mlddn aged carpen- ^ joes. Expetiencsd. Call Alan  tor would Ike small jobs, reason* ___���*. U-**.  able rates. Call Joe 886*3685.      ^--^- ���  ��50w  Man with 3/4 ton van, P/D'a,  moves, price neg. 885*0554.��46w  Yard cleanup and dump runs,  seniors discount, lor app. 885-  4709. ��46w  Obituaries  It's with great sadness we  announce the passing away ol a  dear wife, mother, grandmother,  and friend. Frances Alexandra  STARRS passed away on November 4,1993. She leaves to mourn  her loving husband Bud; three children Bonnie (Bob), Gram (Shannon), Cassy (Ian); seven grandchildren Shauneen, Lewis, Sean,  Taylor, Courtney, Anthony, and  Nicholas. Frances was Ml ol lile  and cherished the moments she  spent with her tamily. She wil be  deeply missed but never lorgolten.  A nasmoiial seivice wi be held at  Devlin Funeral Home, Novemberg  at 1:30 pm. Reverend Patricia  Baker officiating. Cremation. In Keu  ol flowers, donations to the SPCA  would be appreciated. We love  you, Mom, you live on In our  hearts ��45c  iiyUt Gated S  fypJi<UiltViy  STEAM CLEANING OF CARPET  i UPHOLSTERY CARPET  REPAIRS S RESTHETCHING  ���FREE ESTIMATES'  Serving Powell River S  Sunshine Coast  sss-ms  Occasional P/T care needed for i  and 3 year old gills in our home.  Rels. req. 6864821. ��47c  Full time or pad. Avail, hourty or  day rate. Good rels. 686*3001.  ���470  Child cate In my bright happy  home, F/P time, drop-offs,  overnighters, TLC, first-aid. relerences. Lunches provided. Pratt /  Gower PI. area. Cellular 8658048.  After Nov. 16,686-3094.    #47c  Child care in my home. All ages  welcome. Rels. available. 886-  0499 01886*7484 (mess.)   147c  Grade 12 student available lor  after school, evenings, and weekends daycare. Refs. avail. Call  Rachel alter 5 pm. 6864273.147c  Happy Days lamily daycare,  leense pending Nov. 1.0*5 yis., 7  day/wk. Welcome Woods, Halfmoon Bay. 885-0470 Lisa Lakey.  ���4901  Drop-in or part-time babysitting is  available, Cedar Grove area,  11:30 am-5 pm, Mon. to Fri. 886*  0408.   Mttt  Child caie required lor 2 yr. and 7  mo. ok] gills. 4 days a week, slatting Dec. 6/93. My home or yours.  885-9561, ._  *46cfi  Almost two, eager to share his  happy home with others. Comes  complete with loving, patient mom.  References. Granthams. 886*  0026. #46cn  Spaces still avail, for Nine-Three-  Seven Alter School Child Cere al  St. Bart's church hall, North Rd. 1  Hwy. 101, 3-5:30pm 686-2064 or  896-7118. Hn  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE"  Spaces avail. 18 mos-school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, with  (rained staff. 886*3913.      ��4Uw  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Spaces available for Licensed  Family Daycare. Large, bright,  well-equipped facility with well  experienced staff. Open 6 am to  6:30 pm to meet the needs ol  working comrnuters and shift workers. 886-7646. I46cn  Loving Gramma type to care for  kindergarten student, 2 afternoons  weekly, Halfmoon Bay area. 885-  0169. I45cn  38. Business  Opportunities  Small affordable franchise. House '  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, llexible  houis. Call Sharon 685*2228.  ss  HONOA POWER PROOUCTS  �� HUSOVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available tor Sechelt  - CaTafOdifurat '-  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES Only  Homo A Property  Two 16 It. hexagon offices, connected by deck may be purchased  separately or together. Ideal lor  small business or mother-in-law  unit. May be moved. $30,000 or  offers. Phone 885*0282 or 865-  6170. ��47w  NOTICE ol Sale Pursuant to the  Warehousemen's Lien Act. Notice  is hereby given lhal the storage  lots held by Len Wray's Transfer  Ltd., Box 186,1062 Highway 101,  Gibsons, BC In the name ol Tom  Peterson and In the name ol  Michelle Striegan will be sold at a  public side for debts outstanding  and cost of sale within 30 days of  the second appearance olthis  notice al a location designated by  Len Wray's Transler Ltd.   ��45w  SILK AND SATIN  Beautiful silk trees and plants and  quality, sophisticated satin lingerie.  Call me and book a party. Great  hostess rewards. Wonderful  Christmas gifts. 683*9334 alter 6  pm. *47w  Trawl  U.S. medical and emergency  health insurance, bank backed,  ressonaole, long stay. 895*9501.  M7w  For Sale  Singer sewing machine, $75; laige  dog house, $100; Panasonic  microwave, $125.685-3998.I47W  Trucka  -65 Suburban, 2 WD, seats 6, low  kms., loaded, $9500 obo. 685-  4794. ��47w  Campers tRVs  1982 VW Westphalia camper,  prop., fridge and stove, $7000 obo.  665-3642. SS  For Rent  New 1 bdrm., close to Bonniebrook Beach. W/D, N/S, N/P.  SGOO/mo. utils. incl. 6B6-7609.  M7w  ButirawAHoi-wServlcais  STEEL BUILDINGS Warehouses,  garages, bams, mini-storage, commercial buildings, custom designs,  sues Irom 21x24 to 200x200. CaH  967*8417. *47w  NOTICE TO  CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  NOTICE la hereby given  that creditors and others  having claims against the  Estate Of KENNETH  LAMBIE MORGAN,  deceased, formerly ol 908  Reed Road, Glbaons,  British Columbia, who  died on the 26th day of  February 1993, are  hereby required to send  them to the undersigned  Executor at Vancouver  British Columbia, belore  Ihe Oth day of December,  1993, alter which dale the  Executor will distribute lhe  aald Estate among the  parties entitled thereto,  having regard to the  claims ol which It has  notice.  JOSEPHINE FRANCES  NORRIS  Executrix of the Estate of  Kenneth Lambte Morgan  by her solicitors  RANKIN ft COMPANY  4th floor  195 Alexander Street  Vancouver, B.C.  V6A1N8  Drop oft yoaar  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  m Ptndsr Hartxaur  "A Friendly Psopat Placa"  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS AND PARKS  Application for Crown Foreshore  for Private Boat Moorage  TAKE NOTICE that Raymond Walter Gall of  6391 Clematis Dr., Richmond, B.C., V7C 2J7  applies to make use of the following Crown  Land:  Location: Agamemnon Channel, described  as commencing at a post planted at the  northwest corner of Block B Lot 2527 Group  1, N.W.D., thence 28 metres NE, thence 20  metres SW, thence 30 metres SE, thence  NW to point of commencement.  The purpose for which the disposition is  required Is a floating dock.  Comments concerning this application may  be made to the Senior Land Officer, 401-  4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. VSH 4M4,  Tel: 660-5500. File 2406001 - Charles  Littledale, Agent.  must not be allowed to strangle  us," she said to point out the  need for control and intelligent  spending.  Also seeking re-election is  Joyce Kolibas as alderman in the  Sechelt municipal election.  A member of the R&K  Forestry is pictured planting firs  on the banks of the creek diversion at Twin Creeks. Trees will  provide shade for spawning  salmon and prevent bank erosion.  An Ashley woodstove,  weighing about 250 pounds was  taken from a garage on Fletcher  Road. As yet, it is not known if  the theft is a practical joke. The  stove was last seen on  Hallowe'en.  25 YEARS AGO  According to the Library  Development Commission in  Victoria, in the 2,000 population  bracket, Gibsons library rates  first in circulation and second in  the number of members and  amount of money it spends for  books.  35 YEARS AGO  A gas cookerama to be held at  Roberts Creek hall will feature a  demonstration of modern gas  range cooking.  45 YEARS AGO  The Roberts Creek String  Orchestra under the leadership of  Miss Margaret Mclntyre, will  present their Fall Concert on Friday.  From London* Ontario  to London* ^>r  EnglandURr  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  hometown in Canada, choose Allied. More than 1,100 Allied  representatives is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  families as any other mover.  Call today lor a free no obligation estimate.  UN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local t long distance moving.  HWV 101, QIBSONS       'XVJmcouET M6-2684  Tide Tables Sponsored by  Pender Harbour's Only  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  ^m>*m*r*_  Fully equipped rool truss manufacturing company on the Sunshine  Coast for sale or rent. Expanding  market with lots ol potential. Reply  lo Box 506, Gibsons, BC, VON  1V0.  STOP!  Before you read any farther, mark Nov. 20 and 21 on your calendar. Don't miss the  GIBSONS FIRST ANNUAL  CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR  PROFESSIONAL QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR SALI  Stained glass  Cewramics  Woodwork  Gourmet foods  Linens  Jewellery  Weaving  Pottery  Childrens clothes  Leather collector  dolls  ANDMOREI  "Discovery Toy" play area for children ��� Full kitchen facilities - Come for lunch)  Free Tea and Coffee ��� Watch for fhe "Door Prizes" display in Sayward Books  in Sunnycrest Mall  REMEMBER - NOV. 20 & 21 - 10am te 4:30 pm daily  GIBSONS LEGION HALL  Admission $1.00 ��� Children 10 and under FREEl  Donation to be made lo the local SPCA    Notice Board M  ^imm-^  Ongoing events musl be updated monthly  We reserve Ihe right In edll submissions Tor brevity  All submissions Jlimikl refer lo non-profit cvcnli  of genuine community interest  Ilems will he listed Ihree weeks prior lo Ihe evenl.  MONDAV, NOVEMBER a  t.C. Peace Oroup presents Never  Ag.in 4-part film Irom War Amps of  Canada. 7:30 pm. Roberts Creek  Elementary. Refreshment break. All  welcome.  All CandtdetM Meeting, 7:30 pm, Davis  Bay/Wilton Creek Community Hall, Davie  BeyRd  S.C. Home-Beee Buelneee Aeen  meeting, 7:30 pm, Rockwood Lodge.  Drop-in lee: $2 Into: Richard, 885*6215  TUESDAY, NOVEMBERS  St. Mery'e Hoepltet Auxiliary. Sechell  Bunch, 1 30 pm. St Hilde'e Church Hell  t.C. Homt Support Society Hoepna'1  Inservice. 4:30 pm. St Mery'e Hospitel  boerdroom.  t.C. Buelneee t Proteeelonel  Women's Club preeente e lell fashion  show Coaet Metroes, el the new  Seniors Cenlre. Sechel Doors open 6 30  pm. Iiehnns el 7 30 Cosl SIS include.  coffee deesen t many door prues  WEDNEIDAY, NOVEMBER 10  Weel Howe lound Eltetort Aeen  generel meeting. 7:30 pm. Lengdele  Elemenllry School Thie ie your forum  It'e in your mteroel to be there  Elphlnetone Eleetore Aeen generel  meeiing. 7:30 pm, Frank Weel  Community Use Room. Cheeler Rd  Firehall. AH Elphinelone resident.  welcome S urged to ettond  While Cent Club. 130 pm. Oavie Bey  Community Hell. Speaker trom CCB  Into: 886*2703  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11  Free Reeding', local author. Theresa  Kiehken end John Pess will reed from  their poetry collections. 8 pm. S.C Arts  Centre. The writers will also meet with the  audience end sign copies ot their books.  Sponsored by S C   Arte Council in  cooperation with the Canada Council.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1J  Oevla Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Aeen Crilt Feir, 10 am-2 pm, Wlleon  Creek Hall. Tablee: SB each Info: Bill.  865-7490.  Bahe'l Community ot Sechell invitee  you to a potluck S mueicel evening at  W.leon Creek Hall. 5 pm. Into: 885*5322.  Qibeone Outreach Teen Centre bottle  drive. 10 am-4 pm. Volunteers will be  collecting Irom door lo door, or drop oil  emptite tt the cenlre (PArk Rd).  tUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14  Welcome Beech Communily Aeen.  Oitnt Fltt Merkel/Plenl 4 Bake Sale. 10  tm Come browse 1 pick up -treasures.  Xmte gifte. homemede btkmg S pltnte.  Hot doge S coffee on sale  The Sunshine  Coast News  Brunch A Ftthlon Show . 10:30 am. El  Nino Sttlood Houee. Tickete St 5 et  Brtnka'e Fashione. Quay Works Gallery.  Workwear World, Lending Clothing Co..  Landing General Store Sponsored by the  Qibeone Lending Merchante Association  MONOAY, NOVEMBER 1S  Qibeone Ltndlng Merehenle' Attn  mtttlng, 7:30 pm, Quty Works Gallery  All non-member merchants ere welcome.  It, Mtry't Hotpttel Auilllery Annuel  Generel Meeting, 11 em. Sechell Legion.  Tickete SB Irom Bobbie'e Shoee (Treil  Bey Mall), your branch presidenl, or  phone 885*2085 Membere & friende  welcome - come havt I lovely lunch &  etternoon  Cenedlen Ctnctr Sociely S C branch  monthly meeting. 1 pm, SCRD  boardroom. Royal Terrecee. Sechelt  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20  Hunttr Qtlltry 5th Annutl Crtll Fur.  10:30 tm*3:30 pm, United Church Hall.  Qlteetord Rd . Lower Qibeone Free  admiaaion Refreshment, avsilable  Welcome Btech Community Aeen  English Pub Night An evening ot fun -  ehufflebotrd. horse recing Qood food,  greal company 15  SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27  U.C.W. Annutl Holly Tit * Btieer  i 30-3 30 pm. Gibeona United Church  Hall G-aeetord Rd Admission free - let:  adulls S2 50, children SI 25  MISCELLANEOUS  Chriltmil CrtR Ftar. Die  IB. Seniors'  Cenlre, Stchtk. For libit rerrttl, conltcl  Oelio It 885-4882 48  Sunehlne Co..I S.D.A. Church  (Roberte Creek) Stop Smoking Classes.  Nov 10 A 11, 14 S IB, 24 S 25. 7:30 pm.  Info 883*2555.885*1962  Mttt mull Abuse Survlvore who in  inttrteted in starting I healing/sharing  group on the Coeel, pleeee conlect  iherapiet Bill Hendry Cote el 885*0282.  Group will be developed lo fit needs ol  participant!. 48  Qlbtont Outreach Teen Centre -due to  e lick ol voluntttrt, the centre S closed  until further notice. Anyone wiehing to  volunteer ind bt t ptrt of our rt-  slructuring - reorgenizetion pltiee cell  Gordon. 886*7224. 48  Elphinslone pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., tcroll Irom Poel Ollice,  Qibeone. Diepltye are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ot opening or to book i tour: 686-  8232.  Ptrtnt-Tot Drop-In lor perente with children up to 5. 9:30-11:30 im It Ihe following locetlone: Qabeone United Church Hill  (Mon.. Tun., Wid., Fri.); Sechell St.  Hilde'e Church Hell (Tuee): Wilson Creek  Communily    Hell    (Thurt.).  Communily Servicee. 889-5881  Info:  SlKUOlly Trenemltled Dllttll Clink:  Phone for ippointmtnt in Qibeone 886*  5600. Stchtk 885*5164  Single la PrsgMnI? Call the Heath Unit  ���686*5600  Ho.plt.l Tour: phone St. Miry'l Hospilll  swilchboard, 685*2224.  MONDAYS  I.C. Briiitlttdlne Support Qroup  meets first Mondey of etch month. Come  wrth concerne. quoetaone or just to meel  new moms. Info Laurit. 686-7900 or  Rounne. 886*3230. 48  Recovery Inc. otters e sert-help method  to ovtrcome negelive teelinge ot tttr.  tngtr, dtpreeeion S conelenl emiety.  Sterling Dec 6. 7-9 pm. Qibeone United  Church Into 886*8028 52  TUESDAYS  Art Rlfttllt from tht S.C. Arte Ctntrt:  firet Tueedty of itch month, 2-6 pm.  Locel ertwork is ivlillblt for S5-  50/month Rtnltl cen be deducted from  purchete price if you decide to buy. Loctl  irtiele ere encourtgtd lo eubmit thtir  work 52  "Living With Ctnctr* Support Qroup  meels every other Tuetdty, Kirkllnd  Centre. Davie Bty. 1 pm. Into 885*5861  or 686-8369  Qibeone Outrtteh Teen Ctntrt gym  night. Qibeone Elementery gym, 7:30*9  pm. through Dec 7 Drop-in let St.  WEDNESDAYS  Ntvy League Cidltl. 6:30 pm, Ofceone  Legion Hill Boyi S girls eged 10*13  develop eelf-reepect S diecipline while  having lun learning naulical skills.  Uniforms provided. Rune Sept.-Mty.  Annutl fee: S25 Inio: Mike, 886*8236 or  Lere. 886*2569 48  Sechelt Public Library Children's Story  Hour, 1:30*2:30 pm. For kadi aged 3*5.48  Who Ctril Who Ceres support group  for femily ctrigivers. 1-3 pm. Kirklend  ' Centre. 4602 Simpkins Rd.. Dtvii B.y  Nov. 17, Dec. 1, 15 A 29. Into: Borr-cn  Kinntgiissir. 885*0855  THURSDAYS  see Wtlght Loee Support Qraup  meete iltirnoom 12 30-2:30pm, call 886-  2682. ind eveninge 6:30-8:00pm, cell  866*7159. it thi Uniled Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Coasl-Garlbeldi  Heelth Unit. 494 S. Fletcher. 7*9 pm.  Confidential service ��� everyone avta-ome.  No eppoinlmmt needed. Into: 885*7770  FRIOAYS  Suncoesl Stroke Club: 10 im-noon,  Greenecourt Hall. All elrokera or inlereet-  ed persons welcome Info: 683*2650. 48 j 24  Coast News, November 8,  1993  MAD MY LIPS,  YOU WON'T FIND A BETTER DEAL ANYWHERE!  WITH THE 10-YEAR  TEXTURE GUARANTEE  ONLY AT DANIELS...  THE ONLY  DUPONT  HANDS  APPROVED  MasterStore  ON THE COAST!  Sl'AINMVSTER  plus  S'lAlW LISTER  Xtra Life  Mastcilife  BCF,  STAPLE  BCF  iSS_  BCF,  STAPLE  mmfYOrKAnOH$  Up to 37 oz. BCF*  25 02.4 over staple  35 02. & over  cut pile  32 02. & over loop  .i.l.brtf-  JM  No weight  minimum*'  leoturihg OPTIQUE  TAOESSE  Fibrei  w/ua-mMiws  5-YEAR  5-YEAR  <-.*____  5-YEAR  5-YEAR  5-YEAR  5-YEAR  ffSSc  LIFETIME  LIFETIME  Excellent Vol ue  Certified by  DuPont  Start] Beautiful,  Slays Beautiful  mmm  5-YEAR  5-YEAR  LIFETIME  Exceptional  Style 4 Luxury  'SatiMkon-raagl ��� CPo-l irodamo.t l*> coapaal am-fond by Da-aaaii CM Can,��ca-�� aorl ol E.I. Worn de Neman I Co-iptay * (ag���*a*ad 1-od.moil of EI Di*PsM da Nm-am 1 Cora-wiy  UNBEATABLE PRICES ON UNBEATABLE PRODUCTS!  All in-stock Candide 16.99 Sq. yd.  Cushion Floor  5.99 sq. yd.  Level Loop Roll Ends (nm 3.99 sq. yd.  Grass Turf.  3.99 sq. yd.  HUGt SmCTION  OF NEW ROLL ENDS,  BRAND NEW INVENTORY,  30, 40 oz CARPET  99*  V���W   J���*       SQ.FT.  is pleased  to  announce  Artistic Marble & Granite  IS WORKING EXCLUSIVELY WITH US!  Featuring dozens of colours of marble and  granite from the Caparusso's own quarry in  Italy, custom made for your home.  FIREPLACES ' KITCHEN COUNTERS * TUB ENCLOSURES �� SHOWER STALLS  Now's the Time to Do All Your Ceramic,  Marble A Granite Work:  DANNY PAYS THE GST!  TUB ENCLOSURE SPECIAL  including inserts,  borders, plain,  with schluter  finish and soap  dish, taxes and  labour included  Your Choice  of Great  Colours!  $389"  77 sq.ft.  KEEP YOUR  FEET WARM  WITH  WARMTH.  WHERE YOU  WANT IT.  - Especially  good for  arthritic  sufferers.  -NUHEAT will  even heat your  home!  Hours:  9 AM-5 PM  Mon. - Sat.  INTERIOR DECORATING  IN-HOME SHOPPING  709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE  886-7112  We Care... It's Not A Slogan, It's Our Way of Doing Business


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