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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victorii, B.C. V8V 1X4  91.8  /-Wells square off in Sechelt  Sechdt Mayoral Candidates Nancy MacLarty and Alderman David Wells share a lighter moment  during Coast News Interview. -j.�� Mkhiti skenaaa photo  by Jan Michael Sherman  Editor's Note: The Sunshine  Coast News contacted all three  declared candidates for mayor  in the District of Sechelt and invited them to take part in a  three-way campaign-oriented  interview with this newspaper.  Former Alderman Nancy  ���MacLarty and current Alderman David Wells both accepted  immediately.  Stan Dixon said he didn't  know if he could make it, due lo  (possible) scheduling conflicts.  At an offer to postpone the interview to a more convenient  ���time, Mr. Dixon said, "Don't  bother. Go ahead and meet with  Ihe others. You don't need me  there."   Coast News (CN): "Ms  MacLarty, if elected, what will  you do about Block 7? Make  sure it remains dead, or carry  on, at least in part with a  municipal hall?"  MacLarty (M): "Obviously  Block 7 shouldn't be dead, but  that doesn't mean that there  should be a municipal hall and a  library and an aquatic cenlre on  it. We have to look at alternatives on Block 7. We have to  look at what Block 7 can do for  us, so that we can afford some  of the things we need."  CN: "You're saying to take  the land, use it for (possibly)  commercial purposes, and then  build a municipal hall  somewhere with the profits?"  M: "I'm not saying we'll take  the money and do this or that  with it. But I'm saying Block 7  has to earn its way. Block 7 is a  good property. If we get the  court house and government offices on Block 7 they'll bring in  revenue. We need things that  will bring in revenue, the taxpayers are paying enough.  Thai's why I think everything  went down in the referendum.  The taxpayers are afraid. The  assessments went up, mine wenl  up $56,000.  "I think we have to involve  the public in looking for alternatives. Where should things  be? Maybe they should be on  Block 7. I've never been  negative on Block 7. I've always  said we should involve the taxpayer. After all, it's their  municipality, they pay the taxes  to keep us going.  "The only thing I was  negative about and have always  been against is the senior  citizens being on Block 7 and  the land being given to them."  CN (to Wells (W)): "You  were pro-Block 7. If you were  mayor, what would you do?"  W: "1 think it should be a  civic centre. To take that land  and squander it for commercial  purposes is a crime. I think the  people want what was conceptually there, but they didn't  have the money and didn't want  to pay the horrendous price tag  that was associated with it."  "My suggestion is that we go  to other means to reduce the  costs. You reduce the cost of  construction, and you could go  to corporate people and the  people themselves and ask them  Please tum to page 14  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25' per copy on news stands        October 22,1990     Volume 44     Issue 43  <  Alderman Joyce Kolibas enjoys a rare quiet moment at her  home in Sechelt. Alderman Kolibas Is Sechelt's Good Citizen  of the Year for 1990. -Row Nichoijon photo  Joyce Kolibas  paid tribute  by Rom Nicholson  Alderman Joyce Kolibas has been chosen as Sechelt's 1990  Citizen of the Year, and in the words of Coast News  publisher John Burnside, "it couldn't have gone to a more  charming, gracious and hard working lady. She's deserved it  for a long time."  In an interview with the Coast News in her cozy Sechelt  home, Mrs. Kolibas, in her quiet, low-key fashion expressed  surprise at the award. "There's a lot of people who quietly do  a lot of things for this community," she .said. "I'm not the  only one."  But, as the conversation progressed, it was evident that  Mrs. Kolibas does a lot more than she gives herself credit for.  As Sechelt Alderman, and former mayor for two terms, she  attends all council and many committee meetings. She is also  involved with the Arts Centre, the Marsh Society, the Health  Board and is on the boards of Shorncliffe and the library.  She is District Commissioner for the Girl Guides and has  been involved in Guiding since 1969. "I really enjoy my work  with the girls," she said. "In spite of all the changes that are  supposed to have happened, I find that they are still the way  they were 20 years ago. They just want someone to talk to,  and I listen to them."  A collection of miniature owls that represent Christmas  presents from a former Brownie over a period of several years  is evidence that Mrs. Kolibas is indeed a good listener, and is  loved by "her girls".  The secret is probably in her last remark. "I just do all  these things because I enjoy them."  Killam issues legal challenge  Buchan says issue may be starting all over  by Ellen Frith dates for a new public hearing     new council elected in the up-  by .Ellen Frith  Citing the proceedings of  Gibsons Council in defeating  the by-laws (Zoning Amendment By-law No. 555-43 and  Official Community Plan  (OCP) Amendment By-law No.  600-6) relevant to the lands  known as Gospel Rock on  September 25 as "defective on  two grounds", developer  Hayden Killam gave notice last  week he intends to bring legal  action against Gibsons in order  to have the September 25  resolution set aside. "Once we  have instituted legal proceedings  to set aside the September 25,  1990, resolutions, we shall be  looking for costs," Killam's  lawyer Michael Welsh states in  his October 17 letter to council.  The grounds for legal action  are apparently based on the fact  the notices of Public Hearing  for both by-laws were defective  for non-compliance with the  Municipal Act; and that council  violated its procedural by-law  by holding the council meeting  on September 25, the fourth  Tuesday of the month rather  than on the required first or  third Tuesday. In September,  council's regular meeting  scheduled for September 18 was  postponed to accommodate the  Union of BC Municipalities  conference.  Welsh outlines two legal  precedents to back Killam's  position and states an independent opinion was sought from a  law firm expert in municipal  and related matters.  He concludes the letter: "We  advise, on a without prejudice  basis, that if council properly  resolves, by 9 am on October  22, 1990, to recall the above  noted by-laws, to rescind its  motion for defeat of each (and  in the case of the OCP amendment for third reading), and sets  dates for a new public hearing  prior to the by-law going back  for a new third reading and  adoption process, we shall not  proceed. The petitions hall  otherwise be filed."  Council has apparently called  a meeting scheduled for 8 am,  Otfober 22 to contend with  Killam's latest move although at  ��*v*ss time not all Gibsons  aldermen were seemingly aware  of the fact. Council is short of  Alderman John Reynolds, who  voted in favour of the rezoning  by-law, and who is presently on  holiday, and Mayor Diane  Strom, who is also a proponent  of rezoning.  Strom was hospitalized last  week (although she was due to  be released October 19) and it is  unknown whether or not she  will be well enough to attend  Monday's meeting. According  to the Municipal Act, only the  mayor can recall a resolution  for reconsideration.  Welsh told the Coast News,  he was made aware of the  absences last Wednesday and,  at press time, was seeking an extension. "We want to be  reasonable about this," he said.  Killam has until Wednesday,  October 24, to file his suit; 30  days from the date of council's  resolution.  "This looks like another in a  series of threats," Friends of  Gospel Rock spokesperson  Catherine McManus told the  Coast News. The group, a longtime opponent of the Gospel  Rock rezoning, has always  pointed out to council that the  developer could drop the  parkland dedication and  challenge its ruling, she said.  McManus figures if council  recalls the by-law, the time  restraints involved in preparing  for a new vote on the issue will  ensure the controversial rezoning affair is on the agenda of a  new council elected in the upcoming November municipal  elections.  Friends of Gospel Rock will  also challenge Alderman Ken  Collin's eligibility to vote on the  matter, something he told the  Coast News he intends on doing.  "I'm going to vote," he said,  denying there was ever a conflict of interest.  Collins was employed by  Killam throughout the spring  and summer at Secret Cove  Marina although he states: "I  gained no benefits from working there."  He said he was interested in  the tourism industry which is  why he worked at the marina.  According to Collins, he was  "not supposed to be there after  Labour Day," but continued to  work on a casual basis until the  end of the month ��� "Mostly  for the favour."  Town Planner Rob Buchan,  who has spoken out strongly in  favour of Killam's original proposal which included 18.S acres  of parkland, told the Coasl  News: "We can't rettlly say  anything at this point."  At press time the matter had  been referred to the town's  solicitors and Buchan was  waiting to hear back from them.  He acknowledged it might  mean "starting all over again."  Clock change  Next Sunday you can stay in bed an hour longer and still  get to church on time. Saturday, October 27 at midnight is  the official time to turn the clocks back an hour as we  return to Pacific Standard Time,  Medical funds  As a result of Alderman Joyce Kolibas' trek to Richmond  for a Health Board meeting, the Municipality of Sechelt will  be submitting an application for $30,000 from tlte new  Healthy Communities Initiative Fund (HCIF).  The HCIF is the brainchild of the Ministry of Health and is  administered by the Office of Health Promotion "...to encourage and support participation of BC municipalities In the  Healthy Communities process."  Among other funding criteria Sechelt must satisfy, is the  passing of an official municipal resolution endorsing (among  other things) "a broad public policy approach to health that  will look at how over-all municipal poUctos can affect the  health of the community."  Buchan corrects McManus  Friends of Gospel Rock interpretation challenged  Apologizing for "the need to  bring this issue back", Gibsons  Town Planner Rob Buchan told  council last week he felt it  necessary to clarify a statement  in a letter to the Coast News  published October 15, from  Catherine McManus, which  states: "The bottom line is that  there never was a park that we  could count on in the negotiations for rezoning Gospel  Rock."  Buchan said he felt it was  necessary to respond because  "...the misstatements contained  therein either advertently or in  advertently are an attempted  rebuttal of statements which I  have made ��� particularly in my  report to you (council) dated  September 27, 1990."  In her letter V the editor,  McManus argues the Restrictive  Covenant, to secure 18.5 acres  of the Gospel Rock lands as  public park in exchange for the  rezoning and subsequent acceptance of a 150-house subdivision on 75 acres of the upper  plateau above Gospel Rock,  was never valid as it was never  attached to property with clear  title.  Buchan pointed out the existence of "a priority agreement  ��� the effect of which was to  place the charge of the Town's  Restrictive Covenant in a prior  position to all other outstanding  charges of liens against the property." This agreement was apparently accepted for registration in the Vancouver Land Title Office on Scptemtier 24,  1990, the day before council rejected the rezoning by-law.  "lt was not then, and is not  now, a requirement of any  Restrictive Covenant to be attached to property with clear ti  tle; the state of the title is irrelevant, provided that the situation  of the Restrictive Covenant  charge is in a prior position to  all other charges," Buchan said.  "The line below the  McManus line is that the  municipality had secured the  lawful dedication of 18.5 acres  of public park, including the entire waterfront ��� which is now  lost."  Just for the record, Alderman Ken Collins wanted it  known he is no longer employed  by Hayden Killam, the proposed developer of Gospel Rock.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945    :...--* ,^���  ,..--.^ .�����<..�� a,... ^.���.. - ,, -c*;-i��*i'��r.  %--_r vi ".vw -^i*>**s.  x-%.c-.--r-'-^^''^"^v--'^*vc- ��>?A^:'i*;-''< *oV| * ** ��� 2.  Coast News, October 22,1990  comment:  Truth is  relative  Jack Webb's indelible character, Sergeant Joe Friday,  was just as much the ideal journalist as he was the ultimate  flatfoot.  "Just the facts, ma'am." Give it to me straight. That  was Joe Friday. Always holding out for the truth and  nothing but the truth, and getting it in the end.  Just as you, dear reader, demand pretty much the same  thing from the Coast News, or any other news outlet you  choose to avail yourself of. Week in and week out you expect the news media to come through with the kind of and  quality of news reporting which, frankly, doesn't exist this  side of the cathode tube.  Real life is messy, contradictory, shot through with  loose ends and, because it is dynamic, constantly in flux, it  is impossible to pin down with any (unvarying) degree of  accuracy. And yet, because we all want to come as close to  'the truth' as we can, we hold our news-gatherers to high  standards, standards which are often unrealistic.  Objectivity, for example, simply does not exist in the  pure form which news consumers and media critics demand of journalism. The dirtiest open secret of them all is  that objectivity is always in the eye of the beholder, the  irony being that the beholder is, by definition, subjective.  We all have problems maintaining our objectivity. Most  of us know it's impossible to be truly objective much of  the time���while still expecting it of others.  From the dedicated journalist's point of view, objectivity is an ideal vigorously and tirelessly pursued. But at the  same time it is pragmatically understood that no matter  how unbiased and free of subjective colouration a story  might be, it will always be subject to interpretation.  Yours, dear reader. Which brings us to the sticky subject of personal projections. When one's conscious (and  unconscious) beliefs, opinions, feelings, personal biases  and the like are challenged or called into question by some  external stimulus���for instance our converage of the  Gospel Rock issue���quite often one's reaction is to find  fault with the story, rather than turning inward to consult  with one's own editor-at-large.  The truth is that, more often than not, th: paper gets it  right, or as right as conditions allow at the time, and the  reader is forced to call his own self-image, prejudices, and  belief systems into question. To jettison elements of one's  private reality construct is frightening and painful, but it is  necessary if one would like to live in the world as free of  distortion as possible.  So the next time you become angry at something you  read in your paper, before you ventilate that anger on us in  some fashion, take a moment to remember that we didn't  write it that way just to spoil your day or shatter your illusions.  We wrote it that way because, as best we could surmise  with the resources at our disposal, that was pretty much  the way it happened.  -from our files ���  We Remember When  S YEARS AQO  Peggy Connor was chosen Sechelt's 1985 Citizen of  the Year and honoured at a banquet and dance held at  the Sechelt Legion. Michael Conway-Brown and his  crew are engaged in an alder clearing project on a 100  acre parcel of MacMillan Bloedel forest in Roberts  Creek. Instead of using chemicals, they are using girdling tools in an experiment to test the efficiency of the  method. "There's no question that the technique  works," Conway-Brown said.  10 YEARS AQO  The Gibsons Marina project has won approval for inclusion in the 1981/82 budget estimates of the federal,  government.  The Roberts Creek Settlement Plan was finally  adopted at Thursday's Regional Board Meeting.  School Board trustees voted six to one in favour of expansion of Chatelech Junior Secondary School.  20 YEARS AQO  The 64 year old Our Lady of Lourdes Church on the  Sechelt Indian Band lands burned to the ground in the  early hours last Sunday morning. The structure was  built in 1906 by about 100 band members working continuous shifts to complete the building in 72 days.  30 YEARS AQO  Work to cost up to $38,000 is planned for the  Sechelt/Gibsons Municipal Airport in Wilson Creek. A  winter works program for the airport has also been  prepared and awaits federal and provincial government  approval.  40 YEARS AQO  The Village of Gibsons is no longer the smallest in BC  according to a proclamation received by the village  commission which records the amalgamation of village  and district lots 686 and 685.  The Sunshine  SQAf f Iff I  Peabii.htd by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Production  Jan Michael Sherman  Advertising  Fran Burnside  Rom Nicholson  Mgr:  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  ion: Jan Schuks  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHeffey  Office Mgr:  Anne Thomsen  Brian McAndrews  Dee Grant  Bill Rogers  Judle Myers  Bev Cranston  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on Ihe Sunshine Coasl. BC every Monday by Qlasslord  Press Ltd., Box 460. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0. Gibsons 886-2622 or  8867817: Sechelt 885-3930: Pender Harbour 883-9099: Gibsons  Fax 8867725. Sechelt Fax 885-3954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  Tht Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and repioduc-  tion of any part ol it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Glasslord Prut Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canidi: ��� year SSS; 6 months 120. Foreign. 1 year S40  IGotoacMdJ  forby...you lime*aw  Wipe those -filthy words  off... wan fill frSalfti  <je��s home... "s,  In search of  a balanced view  We carry a letter from Murray Cantelon on the Utters to  the Editor page this week in  which that gentleman criticizes  the editing of a letter from professional forester David Bebb.  Mr. Cantelon doesn't just  find fault with the editing but he  sends a copy of his letter to the  BC Press Council and addresses  his complaint not to the editor  but to the editor's employer.  There must be something in  the air that leads Messrs.  Cantelon and Alderman John  Reynolds to r lieve that their  best interests can be served, and  presumably they believe the best  interests of the community, 'by  attempting to intimidate tiys  newspaper. It is not a view We  share.  I believe lhat the Coast News'  long-standing policy of printing  all letters in full if possible, on  whatever sides of whatever  issues exercises the community,  needs no defence. Occasionally  the availbility of space and the  demand for it dictates some  pruning. This was the case with  the letter from David Bebb. It  was not edited to change its emphasis, a fact that Mr. Bebb was  satisfied about in a long conversation with the editor.  Mr. Cantelon's attribution of  malignant motives to the job of  editing tells us more about Mr.  Cantelon than it does about the  editing policies of the Coast  New. His sending of such a  flimsy matter to the BC Press  Council is just silly.  Mr. Cantelon, apparently a  longtime resident, has been  spurred into action recently,on  several fronts. He too, had a  long conversation with our  editor not too long ago on the  subject of the dispute about the  Tetrahedron plateau ��� a conversation which he decided after  an hour he wanted kept off the  record.  I think it sheds some light on  whatever issues Mr. Cantelon is  active in lhal he is the Business  ..Agent   for   the   International  , Woodworkers of America. He  ; himself apparently  does  not  seek to indicate his position  when he signs a letter but I submit that it is not irrelevant.  It is one of the ironies and a  major public relations coup on  the part of the forest industries  that they have succeeded in persuading the men who work in  the woods that environmentalists represent the biggest  threat to their job security.  In fact the jobs in Ihe woods  are dwindling along with the  forests because of the automation used by the forest industries  to maximize profits. In another  generation there may be few if  any of the traditional jobs in the  BC forests and it won't be  because of the worldwide alarm  that is rising about the depredations we are making on our environment for short term gain.  I am reminded of an official  in the Department of Forests  who lamented publicly lately  that "(the environmentalists)  just don't respect authority any  more." I would suggest that the  fact of the matter is that, despite  the enormous public relations  budget being expended on  television by the forest industries, there is a rising suspicion that our most valuable  resource has been handled  disastrously by the provincial  government and the logging industries. People just'don't trust  the industry's spokesmen  anymore. They have too clearly  a short term vested interest in  the status quo.  As a paid employee of the  loggers' union, Murray  Cantelon has himself just such a  vested interest, surely. Why, as  a representative of the working  man, he seems to favour  chemical application over  manual clearing which would  create more jobs is difficult to  fathom.  Reassurances that the  chemicals are harmless have  been heard before. A young  French Canadian girl having a  baby in Kelowna Hospital in the  1960's found herself the only  woman in the maternity ward  allowed to breast feed because  the local women from the  Okanagan families had too  much DDT in their milk. That  DDT was applied on the advice  of professionals and government officials.  The fact that someone is a  professional forester does not  automatically bestow environmental wisdom.  There are difficult days ahead  in BC where the justifiable and  real concerns of the working  man in the BC woods collide  with the justifiable and real concerns arising about the long  term health of the environment.  The present approach to  forestry management seems to  one to be the worst of all possible scenarios: it takes little  thought for the environment  and promises no long term  employment benefits for the  people of this province.  Mr. Cantelon no doubt  favours clearcutting, slash burning, and high grading along  with herbicide application. At  least, it is in his personal short  term interest to do so. That his  is a balanced view is certainly  open to question.  This paper treats with disdain  his attempt at furtive intimidation.  Down from the mountain  In praise of natural waten  by Sam Moses  On the topic of water, I don't  really know what it means to the  majority of the local population, but to me water means  life. I suppose it all depends on  where you are in relation to  natural sources of water, as to  how you see it.  I would think that people  here would realize the importance of natural water. When I  say natural water, I mean water  that is not chlorinated, filtered,  or has any additives other than  that which enter it naturally  during its precious cycle from  the ocean to the sky, down the  mountain and into the sea once  more.  I've often felt that two signs  of the encroachment of civilization are pavement and town  water. This is not to say that  there's anything wrong with  ashphalt and chlorinated water,  but they do bring about changes  in people, especially the water.  When I first became acquainted with the 'big lady'  (Elphinstone) I lived on Reed  Road which was gravel, and  everybody had their own  sources of water whether it be  deep well, shallow well, or  creek. What was more,  everybody was proud of their  water systems and should they  be giving you a tour of the  premises, it would include their  source of water and whatever  means they had devised to get it  from where it was, into the sink  in the house.  On the way back to the house  to have a coffee brewed with  'their' water, they might tell you  it's history with lines like,  "Why I remember back in the  summer of '65...it was so dry  you could pass dust and yet that  well was still quenching our  thirsts."  People had a common bond  in life, and it became most apparent during dry summers  when a lot of wells dried up.  The neighbour across the street  whose deep well did not go dry  was more than willing to share  with those on the other side of  the road. My mother and I  didn't have a vehicle, and the  folks across from us who had to  haul water from the town, did  so for us as well, gladly.  Today on the few occasions  that I hear the topic of water  mentioned in areas like Reed  Road, it's usually because one  neighbour is complaining  because they see another watering their grass when restrictions  are in effect. Well yes, they have  a right to complain, for even  though they may not draw  water directly from the source  any longer, it is still something  that we all have in common.  The thing I have observes! as  far as changes go in people  where wells and local creeks are  no longer needed for drinking  water, is that the pride is  lost...and along with it a certain  degree of respect for the place  from which the water once  came.  I remember when the 'town  water' was coming through, a  lot of oldtimers wanted to stay  with their wells. How many did  I wonder? My wife and I, even  though we are 'down from the  mountain', are still very much  aware of the fact that it is still  where our water comes from.  Should somebody comment  on how good our water from  our dewp well tastes, yea, we go  and show them the wellhead  and tell them how it was drilled  and above aU, we both swell a  little with pride, and why not?  It's wonderful to live in an  area where wells are still used  and the water runs pure, but for  how much longer I wonder.  This I think is the question local  residents need to ask themselves.  If you're on municipal water,  make it your business to know  what's going on in the area  from which !t comes, both now  and down the road If you're  drawing from a creek or a well  and you haven't been upstream  for some time, go check it out,  A lot of things have hit communities here over the years and  they have survived. There's  always alternatives and adjustments that can be nude to  compensate for changes, but  that is not something that can  be done with our water.  Almost all major sources of  local drinking water are being  threatened in some manner,  shape or form. Where has the  pride gone and the respect that  once kept people aware of what  was happening around them?  To me water means life, plain;  and simple, and I'd much rather  dnnk it from a tap, than a bottle that was purchased at tlte  store. i  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  Wm*  MmmmM <Ltfte.UL t<r tht, ��ditot  Coast News, October 22,1990  even suggest that Mr. Bebb was  in favour of a total ban on herbicides.  Editing for brevity is important, but this was not a particularly long tetter, and the  public should have been given  the benefit of his expertise in the  area, given that he is a registered  professional forester.  As a Gibsons resident, I  receive both peninsula newspapers, free of charge. It appears that lately the Cuast News  is not attempting to give balanced .reporting of the news but is  encouraging confrontation and  shows an anti-industry, anti-  local government repressive  bias. If I had to pay for it, I  would cancel my subscription.  A written reply to the contents outlined above would be  appreciated.  Murray Cantelon  PubBsher's Note: Sec Musings.  Coast News  slanted?  Editor:  RE: Editing of Letters -Please  find enclosed a photocopy of a  letter printed in the Coast News  (Gibsons' local newspaper) on  October 8,1990.  Above, on the same page, is  the letter in its entirety published in The Press (Sechelt's local  newspaper).  Although I do not know Mr.  Bebb (author of the noted letter) personally, nor have I had  any conversation with him, I  take strong exception to how  the editing of the submission  greatly altered its thrust and unpad.  In fact, it could be argued  that the edited version might  Lawyer takes issue  Editor:  1 note that Catherine  McManus in a letter appearing  in your October 14, 1990, edition continues her 'misinformation campaign'. Perhaps Ms  McManus should speak to her  lawyer before writing to Ihe  newspaper. He could tell her  that she doesn't know what she  is talking about. The covenant  for the park, and the agreement  giving it priority on the Gospel  Rock property title, were properly registered and fully enforceable. The fact that they  had a 'pending' status has  nothing to do with whether the  Town and our client, Mr.  Killam, properly registered enforceable covenants.  Due to the volume of transactions the Land Title Office  handles, it takes some time for  its staff to note the details of  registrations of properly  transfers or charges. As a result,  when property transactions are  accepted by the Land Title Of  fice, it notes the time and date  received and assigns the transaction a number that becomes the  effective date of registration. A  transaction is assigned a 'pending' status until the staff has  time to note the changes to the  property title on their computer.  It simply had not yel been done  by the Land Title Office when  Ms McManus did the Land Title Office search. We and the  Town of Gibsons did all we  could in law to register the covenant and it was a legal charge in  first position on the title. The  Land Title Office treated it as  they treat every property transaction in the province. Had the  rezoning passed, we could not  have had the covenant discharged. The Town was given the  covenant to be used if rezoning  passed and it would have given  the Town \PA acres of park, lt  was only when the rezoning failed that we were in a position to  ask for the discharge of the  covenant, which we have done.  Michael F. Welsh  Alliance responds  Editor:  Please accept the following  clarifications of points raised by  Joe Gibson.  Membership in the Tetrahedron Alliance is based on  signed agreements with a statement of purposes, not a petition, although we have also circulated petitions.  None of the participants in  Tetrahedron Alliance tours  'paid' for the service, although  many did make contributions.  Neither did any leave diapers,  cans or bottles of pop or beer.  There was no refuse left behind.  lnterfor refused to grant us  access beyond the locked gate  leading to the new logging sites.  We did, however, draw attention to the thinned and pruned  stands along the main line. In-  cidently, none of the cut blocks  along the main line or adjacent  to the Tetrahedron Lakes have  ever been planted.  The "little bit of logging"  referred to by Mr. Gibson, involves over 500 hectares of old  growth in the areas near Edwards, Gilbert, Mayne and  Chapman Lakes.  And finally, I hope the Sunshine Coast Integrated Use  Coalition can make reasonable  arguments for their point of  view without resorting to campaigns of smear and false information.  Dan Bouman  More letters  on page 25  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Retirement Planning  ��� Annultles/R.R.I.F./R.R.S.P  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  life ueeHMMieiTEie  ��� Mutual leieedt licanca weeei aicol Financial Same, Lid  . L.la eeiieiianca licanca ween Na.eona. .tea ot Creed.  ��� Life Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 years'  TELEPHONE: 8(6-9111  PAX: 8W-9121  TOLL FREE     1-.M0-M3-20S1  Unaffiliated Tetrahedron lover speaks out  Editor:  In response to Joe Gibsons's  letter of last week regarding the  Tetrahedron, Mr. Gibson of the  Integrated Use Committee may  be interested to know that the  tours of the Tetrahedron offered by the Tetrahedron  Alliance are by voluntary donation, which helps cover the cost  of renting the vehicle to  transport folks on the tour.  No one disputes the fact that  the logging roads open access to  the area for all users, and thai  this is a 'double edged sword' in  many ways, especially if visitors  to the area are inconsiderate  enough to leave their garbage  behind. But it should be noted  that there are large numbers of  people who visit the Tetrahedron on their own, and who  are not affiliated with the  Alliance or any other group,  and it is unfortunately impossi-  No charge for tours  Editor:  Joe Gibson (Coast News, October 14) confesses to not  writing letters to the editor very  often. The level of his recent  contribution concerning the  Tetrahedron indicates he should  stick to his former practice.  I would like to correct the  endless barrage of misinformation in the letter: Tetrahedron  Alliance tours in the area were  by voluntary donation and contributions range*d from $100 to  nothing but a sincere thanks.  As one of the guides involved, and as one with a lifetime  career in and devotion to a  healthy forest industry in BC, 1  was concerned to give an objective commentary on the various  issues in the Tetrahedron and let  people make their own decisions.  As for supposed damage to  "delicate marshlands" around  Tannis Lake, most people may  SCEPP's  Cohl  assailed  Editor:  During the past few months  the Coast News has printed a  number of letters by Steve Cohl,  a gentleman who is both a tree  planter and a member of  SCEPP. We have seen in his  writings what amounts to a  diatribe against the Ministry of  Forests, forest companies and  the profession of forestry in  general. In his latest letter (carried in the October 15, 1990  issue), he has gone beyond  casting aspersions to propose  what he claims to be a workable  alternative to current forest  practices.  What Mr. Cohl proposes is  not responsible forestry, nor  could it be construed as ecologically sound practice in many of  the forest ecosystems found in  BC. He could likely benefit  from being a little more widely  read on this issue. A basic text  on the practice of silviculture  would be a good place to start.  As to the inflammatory comments contained in his most recent letter, Mr. Cohl has done  little to advance the current  debate over forest practices in  BC. By taking such a belligerent  stance and refusing to acknowledge the positive things happening in forestry today, Mr.  Cohl does this community, the  profession of forestry, and the  cause he seeks to further, a  great disservice.  David C. Bebb, R.P.F.  #  Cut through the dark and rain!  WEATHER BEATERS  SEALID BEAMS    com*ari ou" Mien on all\ ,  H6054 Rectangular Halogen Reg. $30.00 ' *  ��19  ���   ^aW each  H9004 Halogen Bulb Reg. $21.50  $4 095  SALI I   1# a.ch  196  SOUTH COAST FORD  WIPER BLAPEt      .. 6et 1 Free  Clear away blinding rain  BUV  *    ontatt Pri-8  id road spray with these       M W- w   quality blade. Fit most  vehicles ��� 16"-18"-20"  Parts  885-7211  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  see Ihis as a weird fantasy in  light of the clearcut on the other  side of the lake. On a scale of  one to 10 how do we rate a  small area of "crushed moss"  compared to a 20 hectare clear-  cut of 1000 year old irees? Give  me a break, Joe!  The implication that the  Alliance tours left garbage in  the area I think is possible cause  for a libel action. Enough said!  If Joe Gibson signed a 'Save  the Tetrahedron' petition then  I'm happy to report he is NOT a  member of the Alliance.  Members sign a statement  specifically to the effect that  they are joining the Alliance  and are in favour of its aims.  Having corrected some of the  barefaced attempts to discredit  the Alliance, I would like to  voice cne of the Alliance's main  arguments in favour of preserving the area. If logging and road  building proceed as planned,  then one of the main recreational areas of Ihe Tetrahedron,  ie. the lakes area, and also the  Sunshine Coast's watershed,  will be roaded.  Then ignorant and unthinking people in large numbers will  be able to drive vehicles in at  will and pollute the urea with  their used diapers, beer bottles,  plastic bags, oil changes and  who knows what.  You're shooting yourself in  the foot on this one Joe! To  ayoid garbage and pollution in  our watershed the area should  remain roadless. It's as simple  as that.  Tony Greenfield  ble to ensure that these visitors  clean up after themselves.  I take issue with Mr.  Gibson's opinion that future  logging "will have almost no  visible effect on the Tetrahedron area." It will, no matter  how slowly and carefully it is  done, have an irreversible effect  on the ecology of the  Tetrahedron.  The old cypress trees slated,  for extraction (primarily for  their high export value) are the  climax growth of a 1000 year  old ecosystem. They grow exceedingly slowly at that elevation, and will not replace  themselves in our or our  children's lifetime. In addition,  replanting is not presently planned for the proposed cut area.  Were it to be deemed necessary  some years from now, it would  likely be done with faster grow  ing species with a potential for  good yield and faster economic  return.  Thus, logging will irrevocably  change the face of the  Tetrahedron, and the relatively  rare ancient-growth climax  cypress forest ecosystem there  will be lost forever.  1 am not a member of the  Tetrahedron Alliance, and am  not affiliated with any other  user group. Our household income is, however, derived  primarily from the Coast's  forest industry; and we are also  recreational users of the  Tetrahedron. It is my personal  feeling that, if users, no matter  what group they represent, are  not responsible in the way they  treat this delicate area, then  perhaps no access, recreational  or otherwise, should be permitted.  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That's what resident John  Patterson told Gibsons Council  he would like to see on a  billboard erected al Ihe entrance  to the town in what he deems  could be a "symbolic gesture"  by Gibsons to "voice its protest  over the entire nonsense lhat is  going on in Ottawa now" in  regard lo the proposed Goods  and Services Tax (GST).  In a 20-minute presentation  at last week's council meeling,  based in part on a talk BC  Minister of Finance Mel  Couvelier gave the Standing  Senate Committee on Banking,  Trade and Commerce, Patterson, a former teacher, said that  by declaring itself a GST-free  zone, Gibsons would ben,.fit  from the ensuing free publicity  generated by such an announcement.  Last summer, a community  SCRD housekeeping  What's funny about the GST? Nothing, according to John Patterson, who has the stats to prove It. ��� Eli��� Frith photo  YOU DON'T  HAVE TO BE  HAMMERED  TO BE  IMPAIRED...  ONE OF THESE  COULD BE  ENOUGH.  by Rose Nicholson  Rezoning applications of a  housekeeping nature were considered by Regional District  Directors at Ihe October 18  Planning Committee Meeting.  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  (HSPP) requested that the 21  parcels on ils property be rezoned from the existing unzoned,  RU2 and IS lo 12 and a new  designation, 16. The new 16 zoning allows for pulp and paper  mills; uses permitted in an II  zone; construction camps or  yards; facilities for the temporary accommodation of  employees during periodic  maintenance and servicing; and  refuse disposal sites.  Also considered were zoning  changes for Hillside Industrial  Park to a variety of Industrial  zoning designations that would  more accurately reflect Ihe expected uses of the property.  Residents in Earls Cove requested that attention be given  to present zoning that permits  industrial activity next to Iheir  residential lots.  Mr. Dodson of the Earls  Cove Ratepayers' Association  told directors that activities carried on by the Earls Cove Barge  Terminal were noisy and the  property is now covered by a  variety of heavy equipment  "that no longer appears to be  light industry."  Area A Director Gordon  Wilson explained that this thorny problem was being considered by the Area Planning  Commission.  in Saskatchewan apparently  declared itself such a zone and  got national television and radio  coverage.  "What I am suggesting is that  if we are the second community  in Canada to declare itself a  GST-free zone, Gibsons would  mosl assuredly gel a lot of free  publicity," Patterson said.  He also suggested since  Premier Bill Vander Zalm and  Couvelier have both made  public statements condemning  the GST, that Gibsons requests  either of these men to attend the  official unveiling of the sign.  "I'm sure either person  would be delighted to attend  such  a  function,"  Patterson  told council, adding "...it might  cause Victoria to be a little bit  more alert to Gibsons and the  Sunshine Coast's needs."  Alderman Lilian Kunstler  said Patterson's proposal was  "very timely" as a letter from  the municipality of North York  had just arrived soliciting support for its efforts in the same  direction.  "I'm in favour of the idea,"  Alderman Ken Collins said.  Council decided a full  dialogue would lake place with  Alderman John Reynolds and  Mayor Diane Strom who were  both absent last week, and the  issue would be taken up at the  next council meeling.  HELP US KEEP GOING  See Our Winter Clothes  ^THRIFTY'S  Help The  GIBSONS ^N0V  866-2488 or Box 598  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  Gibsons Branch  Annual Fall Bazaar  At Gibsons United Church  (Glassford Road)  Saturday, October 27  11:00 am -3:00 pm  FEATURING:  A SILENT AUCTION  The Lady with 1000 pockets,  White Elephant, Books, Toys, Gifts  Home Baking, Preserves, Candy  We will lie serving lunch.  i unds raise'tl will lie going to keep our Hospital the best!  PLEASE COME, AND BRING A FRIEND!  School District  No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  "INFORMATION" MEETING  For parents in  Sechelt, Davis Bay, West Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay  school zones  with children born between  November 1,1985 and April 30,1986  who could be enrolled in school  January, 1991  You are invited to attend a meeting at  Sechelt Kltptenlary (Main Foyer)  October 2977:30 pm  toe,   ���  Your own special  HALLOWE'EN  GOODIES  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons    8BeS-8823 '.��'  community news  Collins to  tho rosouo  byOeaHrttk  Honourary Fire Chief Jenna Hill and friends celebrated Burny the  fire dog's first birthday at the Gibsons Fire Department Open  House last Saturday. -KeatSkoMu photo  "We .are fair game but our  staff is not," stated Gibsons  Alderman Ken Collins when he  took time out it last week's  council meeting to chastise  recently-declared mayoralty  candidate, Bm LePage, for Ids  apparent condemnation of  Clerk-Administrator Lorraine  Goddard. LePage has said, in  part, that if elected, lie would  accomplish an honest and open  administration by "terminating  Clerk-Administrator Lorraine  Goddard immediatdy."  Collins said he found  LePage's election platform as  report<ed in The Press last week,  "incredibly distateful" and  claimed it "passed the line of  malicious slander". He  despaired of seeing a municipal  election based on such an attitude, he said.  Collins (elected to council by  acclamation in a by-election)  will not, in fact, be running for  re-election himself. "I feel I  have a personal life I relish and  want to get back to," he said.  "I volunteered because no  one really wanted the spot," he  told council, adding he did so  with encouragement from  Alderman John Reynolds and  then Chamber of Commerce  President D'Arcy Burke.  GEO  RGE IN GIBSONS  A mixed bag of Gibsons  by George Cooper, 886-8520  Brandi Greggain graduated  with her Bachelor of Education  degree from SFU this year, and  is now a teacher of primary in  Surrey school district.  "She has a year's contract  there," her dad, Wayne Greggain told us, "and of course  hopes that will lead to a permanent position."  Brandi has always enjoyed  working with children and now  her ambition has been realized.  When she graduated from  Elphinstone in 198S, she found  school staffs were being reduced  and she then enrolled in courses  leading to a degree in  physiotherapy.  After two years in Douglas  College she entered Education  in SFU, being one of the few  undergrads with a strong  science background.  While at college and university, Brandi has stayed with her  grandmother, Phyllis Greggain  of New Westminster, At present  Brandi and her sister, Bobbi  Lee, share an apartment in New  Westminster near their grandmother. Bobbi Lee is now a  legal secretary with a Vancouver  firm.  Wayne said that Brandi  received the award given by  SFU to the student with the  highest academic standing this  past year. "She has won  scholarships and awards all  through her student years," her  dad said.  ART SHOWING  This is the final week of the  showing of works in the Hunter  Gallery by artist Noreen Marshall.  The water colours on display  in the Gallery depict some coast  scenes and some of the French  countryside; others of children.  Those depicting children catch  the intense interest that children  bring to bear on their own activities.  Doreen Marshall has home  and studio on North Lake on  the road into Egmont and'is a  member of the Harbour Artists  group. She has shown in the  (fnas  25 - 50% OFF  The COIN SHOP is CLOSING OCT. 27 ,  R   Clleillf,   \   I     ee   k.M',   50%   OFF  ��� Everything mast go' -k  The COIN SHOP  &^s  juried BC Festivals of Arts in  each of the past three years and  as well in 1986.  VOTING TIME  Did you look over the voters'  list for the Town. If you have  been left off the list this time,  you must re-register at Town  Hall. You ask why.  FERRY KUDOS  Some time ago two ladies  found the elevator had stranded  them between decks. They missed their tour bus to the BC Rail  in North VaiKouver. . ,ui  When rescued by the ferry, i  staff, they were immediatdy put  on a taxi and sent to North Vancouver in time to catch thdr  tour. No expense to the ladies.  Something to remember at  grumble time.  ELPHINSTONE MUSEUM  Officers elected at the annual  meeting: President, Lola  Westell; Vice-President, Nora  Hill; Treasurer, Georgia Fin-  nemore; Secretary, Shirley  Richardson; Membership  (Recording .Secretary), Betty  Robertson; Past President, Tarn  Johnson.  Elected at the meeting to an  advisory capacity to the executive   were   two  directors,  Marilyn Tenchoff and  Lilian j  Kunstler.  Team Johnson will serve temporarily as curator for a few  months. The museum will be  open to the public Sundays  from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm, and :  of course to school and other  groups by arrangement.  The meeting was treated to a  view of Viviesn Chamberlin's  new preparatory painting for  her next mural for the museum.  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TWO LOCATIONS sunshine coast highway gibsons   wharf ano dolphin sechelt  Sechelt  M5-7121  Gibsons  MM141  (Tod Fro*)  6MM14   I   I   I   il  �� t^-1 ���--������-���.*'-������-* ��- ~m^.A  ..,   ,   irif J"1II ^~^.~-^^ -^  ������* * * i - ��� community news  Coast News, October 22,1990  Roberts Creek school bulging at seams  by JmUct Utshlon, M6-3S4I  Roberts Creek is certainly  swing many new homes being  built and new faces out and  about in the community.  Roberts Creek Elementary  presently has 285 children  enrolled, 20 more than lasl year,  and more arriving every week.  Wilh four portables being oc-  DAVIS BAY NEWS & VIEWS  cupied, the school is definitely  in need of expansion. Tim  Anderson, Secretary-Treasurer  of the School Board, says the  plans for the addition to  Roberts Creek Elementary are  being prepared and will be up  for tender in February or March  I991.  Included in these plans is a  new playfield. Mr. Anderson  expects work on the playing  field and the addition to occur  simultaneously, but ihis does  depend on Ihe contractor receiving the bid. Perhaps by this time  next year, not only will our  children have new classrooms,  but also the bumps and ridges  on the soccer field and the  mudholes in the baseball diamond will have disappeared.  The dumpsters' dilemma  Coast Book Store in Gibsons hosted an Autograph Party for  Terry Barker and Margaret Jones last weekend. Both authors  have new editions OUt. -Kent Sheridan pholo  NATIONAL MEAI  HTATi SUVKE  Seniors Consultant, Buying, Sailing,  Retirement Planning. LIST YOUfl PROPERTY  WITH EXPERIENCE ��� fret Evaluation  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  RES:IM-71M OFFICE:M6-2277 VAN:68MJ13  by Lauralee SoUl, 885-5212  Did you know that while two  of the dumpsters are being  overloaded with garbage, the  third one, which is in the  enclosure, is sitting empty? So,  if you sm anyone trying to put  their garbage in a dumpster that  is full, please tell them about the  third one.  The large gates are paddle-  locked but there is a door on the  side.  MOMS AND TOTS  Parent and Tot Drop-in has  started up again Tuesday, October 16 at the Wilson Creek  Hall in Davis Bay. It goes from  7:30 to 11:30 am. If Monday is  better for you then there is a  drop-in at St. Hilda's Hall,  same hours.  STORY HOUR  The story hour at the Wilson  Creek Library has been changed  back to the first Friday of each  month. The next one will be  November 2 from 10 to 11 am.  SELMA PARK  Selma Park Community Centre's club and social evening is  in full swing on the first and  third Friday of each month.  New members are always  welcome.  CRAFT FAIRE  Mark it on your calendar, it's  getting closer! October 27 from  7 to 9 pm at the Wilson Creek  Hall. There are 11 tables of first  rate crafts, but there will be  room to sit down and have coffee and dessert,  FLEA MARKET  Wilson Creek Hall, Novem  ber 3 from 9 to noon. This is being called a flea market but a lot  of the tables are being booked  by crafts people who couldn't  gel a table for the real thing.  BRIDGE  Bridge is playing the second  and fourth Friday of the monlh  at 1 pm. The next date will be  October 26 at the Wilson Creek  Hall.  COMMUNITY ASSOC.  There will be a meeting of the  Roberts Creek Community  Association at the hall, Wednesday, October 24 at 8 pm.  Everyone is encouraged to bring  new ideas and issues to discuss.  Sunday November 11, the  hall will rock to the sounds of  Louisiana Cajun music performed! by Major Handy and  ihe Zydeco Wolk-Couchon  Band. This will be a smorgasbord dinner-dance from 6 pm to  12 midnight. Dinner will only be  served from 6:30 lo 7:30 pm so  don't miss out. Tickets are $20,  available only al the Seaview  Market in Roberts Creek. The  dance is in honour of Remembrance Day which is also World  Peace Day. Prtx^eds will go to  the Sunshine Coast Environmental Protection Project  (SCEPP). Help celebrate and  support a herbicide free coasl,  as well as world peace, by dining and dancing out at the hall,  November 11.  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COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIKDS  ���I  ������avtew Mark*!  Roberts Ceeek  "A Frt��redly Peaopla Pl.o."  Notice  of Interruption  of Water Service  On Wednesday, October 24,1990, water service to pressure zone 1,  (see attached map), the lower Gibsons area, will be interrupted  between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. for the purpose of  water main repairs.  All residents in this area are asked to use as little water as  possible during this time.  The Fire Department has been notified.  Thank you for your cooperation.  F.A. Cotton  Public Works Leadhand  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  KINDERGARTEN  REGISTRATION  (Now to be known as "Half Day Primary Program")  The Ministry of Education has required, in the new School Act, that children enroll  in school as follows:  "Entry to educational program  3. (1)Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a person who is resident in British Columbia shall  (a) enroll in an educational program provided by a board on the following entry  date:  (i) (i) in the case of a child whose fifth birthday occurs in the period from  November 1 to April 30, on the first school day of January that occurs in  that period;  (ii) in the case of a child whose fifth birthday occurs in the period from May 1  to October 31, on the first school day of September that occurs in that  period, and  (b) participate in an educational program provided by a board until he or she  attains the age of 16 years.  (2) A parent of a child referred to In subsection (l)(a) may defer the enrollment  of his or her child for not more than 2 entry dates.  (3) This section does not apply if the person  (a) is attending an independent school, a Provincial school or an educational  institution operated by the Crown in right of Canada or by a band as defined in the Indian Act (Canada), or  (b) is registered under section 13." (Home Schooling)  If your child was born between November 1, 1985 and April 20, 1986, you may  registered him/her for January 1991 entry. You may delay entry, if appropriate for  your child, until September 1991 or January 1992. If you want your child to enter in  January 1991, please register NOW to allow the School District to make the  necessary plans for staffing.  Ah Kindergarten students must have proof of blrthdate, birth certificate or  passport, at time of registering.  inquiries should be directed to your neighbourhood elementary school principal.  Please register at your neighbourhood elementary school between  8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.  October 29th to November 2nd  'The Primary Program Is about children learning and growing,  working together, with us for the future.'  ��� *.*.~-��- .-������- --.-..^^..  ���- ��� -  e****MHeMetiU.  : ,����� #. o ����� * ** *f <  %���*>�������� Coast News, October 22,1990  wm  ABORIGINAL RIGHTS  i^��jRfetfi!tt  a front-end loader baches, tu  (ills its Mly with loam and forest se  and regurgitates httci a flUUy. ed concern  The developers are upon us. Soon,  suburbia will displace us.  Ze, flo on these shoreline acres.  S*X l^ded��� f�� **"���  at the creekmouth testifies to this.  O so I read.  ^rSa^anunbtodtra-  leading we know not where. HubwtEwMlsl  GIBSONS LANDING 1990  ������*v.  .-4$  - ?���-  3*S?-  ���^tfuiSi' jiai  ,..  Come in & check out our  CRAFTS  SUPPUES.  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J  Gibsons Landing  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  DocksfDe  pha^miucjQf  441 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-8158  -vi< e SEVEN Um YS A WEEK: Weekdays to 7:00 pm  4 Provincial  Your full line  exT*A:  ���XPR���SS  with something  Enter with?  Any Non-Winning On-Line Ticket  (649. Lotto B.C.. Express or B.C. Keno)  Each Week we will draw for a  Lunch at the Mariners' Restaurant'  tiaiue to 110.00)  649  THURSDAY IS SENIORS' DAY  Save 10% t  With Gold Care Card  Except Prescriptions and Lottery Tickets  Assorted Colours  Cream  Make-Up  io,. 1.99  . ��� ��� ���.   '  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Outdoor Apparel  ��� Binoculars  GIBSONS  marina  Box 1520, Gibsons, B.C  Come in lo a Friendly Cafe  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert  ���Great service from people  who care  Gibsons Landing 886-2261  ^_  Fresh Brewed  y COFFEE  Call Doug at 886-7686  aaZm\\m\f7^m\\  f AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office 8.  Supplies  Restaurant  &. Equipment  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  Variety 25 FOODS  Gibsons Landing     886-2936  ... .   t- .:��� i'a.uu - m ��� Ui^. .  iaU^L��m\aa\mSJmJaLm\  ,.����ft-ea^L^L...  ,.  ��\ /. a. *�� a. . Coast News, October 22,1990  Bsaaaaa  You can '"swallow" our  G. S.T.  Great...Succulent & Tender  Steaks and Seafood  Allot affordable prices that won't 'TAX' your budget  Keep Warm Thla  WMar with  POLAR FLEECE  Now In Stock  Open 7 Days a Week.  mmmslt  262 Gower Pt. Rd.,-  Gibsons Landing  886-2116  WISHFUL THINKING  275 Gower Point Road. Gibsons Landing  886-3812  MAKE YOUR DAY...  HAVE LUNCH OR DINNER  AT THE OMEGA  OMEGA  RESTAURANT  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  ��� RESERVATIONS 886-2268 TAKE OUtH  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods  886-2257     gower point h.oad. Gibsons landing Yieeer LOTTERY Ceeetre!    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PINEAPPLE OATMEAL COOKIES  Vi rap .oft batter  Vi cup eager  Vi cap brown eagw  I HI  1 cap drained, crashed pineapple,  1V. caps retted Ml  1 cap sifted Itoar  Vi  Vi teaipeen mK  Vi  Va  Vi cap chopp* clMMeWe  1. Cream the butter and lugars. Ud the egg.  2. Add the pineapple and rolled oats, then the  silted dry ingredients and stir In the chocolate.  3. Drop by teaspoontuls onto a cookie sheet and  bake at 350* F tor 15 minutes or until golden  brown.  Good on ya, K.J. Try your oven again some time!  Iti'in   vV.' tin more (or y" in |>ioviilmi| Oi  SELECT  ITEMS  30%  off  GALLERY  886-9213  Show Piece Gallerv  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pi. Rd., Gibsons Landing  FRAMING  C1ISONI LANDING        U��M1 K  wwm ueeexun* 000*74*13  iRAMMA'S  PUB  CATCH WS  THE       f  WAVE   0  1 Day Only  Oct. 30th  50% off  GIFTWARE  focept Consignments  a Spinning & Weaving  Supplies  30% off  CARDS  1 ONLY Wine Bench  Corker Reg. $69.95 - $30  Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing      886-2818  in-stock  \ Unbleached  Cotton Camas  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 Wyngaerl Rd . Gibsons  886-7310 |  MARVS  VARIETY  886-8077  Open  7 Day. A Week  GoetmPl. Rd  Glbioni Unding  Dry during  Drop Off  What's  to do?  Find out all the places to  see and things to do,  when It's happening and  how to get there with  CVl^vJ/Vt^K> (j/OrltiC  SOUNDINGS  ON SALE AT  Tourist booths,  newstands &  THE COAST NEWS  mm.m r - - - -'  ���   -  *  *��� *��� '  S i W eei  t ��   �� �� ����*:*��� *>*>��<*����� 10.  Coast News, October 22,1990  community news  mmmmm%a  You can exercise slowly  by Joyce Ostry  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department had an exercise of  smoke survival by burning a small cabin on Redrooffs Road, Sunday , October 14. ���Ruth Formttr photo  SECHELT SCENARIO   Can you carry on a conversation while exercising? If not  -slow down!  Walking is the single most  readily available activity for the  mature Canadian. It's a natural  movement involving about 150  pairs of muscles in the body,  and one that can tie safely continued all the years of your life.  Vigorous walking, hill-climbing  or hiking can do as much for  your fitness as jogging, with less  strain on the joints or muscles.  For many people, long daily  walks provide mental relaxation  and an essential contact with  nature, as well as physical training.  Swimming and walking in the  water develop all-round fitness  and are particularly helpful if  leg problems, such as varicose  veins or sore knees, are a problem.  Other continuous aerobic activities include cross-country  skiing, skating, snow-shoeing,  cycling, and continuous movement in a manually operated  wheelchair. Some may choose  to cycle on a three-wheeler or  pedal a stationary bicycle while  watching a favourite TV program.  The training effect on the  heart   depends   on   the   ap-,  propriate duration and intensity  of your effort.  This is my last article on exercising and aerobic movement  -so enjoy your life. There are  still copies of the exercises. Mail  in to Coasl News for your copy  and include a large, self-  addressed, stamped envelope.  The Branch 69 dinner will be  on October 27 at 6:00 pm. The  Square Dancers are hosting and  tickets can be had from John  Miller at 885-7792 or Vic  Southin at 885-9879. Beginner  dance lessons to be given that  evening.  One can meet the goblins,  ghosts and ghouls at Bellis Fair  in Bellingham on October 30.  Get in touch with May at  885-5200 to reserve a bus seat  for the 8:30 am sailing and  return on the 7:30 pm ferry. The  trip will cost $12.  When I enter the Branch Hall  I take a cue on the noise level  -more noise, more people. I  heard more noise last Thursday.  Virginia Ekdal needs more  sewers and we need donations  of hand crafts. Gloves, toques,  scarves, children's sweaters, pin  cusions, decorative Christmas  tree balls are some of the things  that could be donated. When I  come in the door and need ear  plugs, I'll be happy.  There is a Christmas hamper  to be filled too. Mr. L.A.  Frazier on the Sunshine Coast  Highway has donated two  dozen jars for the carrot pudding. We need a few more jars  and then we'll be happy.  Tickets are on sale at Talewind Books, Books and Stuff,  Nikki Webber at 885-9091 and  lany Grafton at 887-2759 for  all the 69er's concerts. The  singers will be at Shorncliffe at  7:00 pm November 2, and then  at the Seniors Hall on  November 18.  The Christmas Bazaar will tie  on November 17. While you'r,e  there you can get your tickets  for the raffle for November 24.  We need those orders for  Christmas cake and pudding.  Phone the hall, 885-3513, on  Thursday morning to place your  order.  If you have some tools just  'hanging around', contact Bill  Butter at 885-3793. We have  this new opening in the  Christmas Bazaar - a handyman's potpourri - working  electric tools and hand tools.  t \  Are You Ready  forFinter?  SEE  KAL��TIRE  FOR  Winter Tires  Congratulations to a special Sechelt citizen  by Margaret Wall, 885-3364  Joyce Kolibas is Sechelt's  Good Citizen for 1990/91. Most  people know that Joyce is a  former mayor of Sechelt, and  she is very active in the community and in the Girl Guide  movement. Joyce is also a director of the board of Shorncliffe.  There will be a dinner in Joyce's  honour on November 30 at 6:30  pm. For more information,  please call the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce  office. Congratulations Joyce.  SPCA NEWS  With Hallowe'en just around  the corner, the Sunshine Coast  SPCA is anxious to pass along a  few tips which will help your pet  avoid the stress brought on by  the noi of firecrackers. Of  course ou already know to  kee- ,i pet indoors that evening, out just before that day and  even a few days after, there may  be firecrackers let off, so make  sure your pet is wearing his ID  tag. That way, if your pet takes  off to escape the noise, at least  you have hope of getting him or  her back again.  October 15 - 21 was Anima!  Health Week and people were  asked to donate food to the  animal shelter. Next week 1 will  bring you up to date on the  response.  TOASTMASTERS INT'L  The Toastmasters will be  meeting Wednesday, October  24 at 7:15 pm in Greenecourt  Hall. Visitors are always  welcome, so come out and see  what Toastmasters is all about  -you may be pleasantly surprised.  POST NATAL CLASSES  There will be a class on Tues  day, October 30 from 7 till 9 pm  at Sechelt Health Unit. To  register call 885-7777. Everyone  is welcome.  SAVE THE CHILDREN  Christmas cards can be seen  at Bobbie's Shoe Store in Trail  Bay Mall. The cards are  packaged by Sheltered  Workshop. A card in particular, Tie-up, shows tug boats  against a background of the  Lions Mountains. Five BC artists and a student are among  those who painted the cards.  Gift tags by BC students are  also available.  ATTENTION  SENIORS  I am looking for seniors  Part-time - Full-time  for houseslttlng, f.t ;*re&  light chores,.  Needs own transportation,  N/S, N/D.  Contact Box 68, C/0 Coast  News, Sechelt  ATTENTION  Able Walker ltd.  Nou< on the Sunshine Coast  SALES & SERVICE  Delivery to your home.  In home service ck repairs  Call Chuck Tleachuk  885*6108  HURRY!  Pries Expire Nov. 3rd  Our Price Includes  Road Hazard Coverage  We Sell Chains & Batteries  SECHELT TIRE  & BATTERY  5633 Wharf Rd.  885-7927  A conversation with Ray Smith, President and CEOofMacMillan Bloedel  STIHL WOOD PRO Cas'NMo Kit  EACH KIT INCLUDES:. Oilomatic Replacement Chain Loop �� Combo Fuel/B��r  Lube Container. 250 ml Engine Oil Mix . 6' Pruning Sm . Stihl H.t. "Sharp  Advice" Filing Manual. Valuable Stihl Coupons worth $75.00 �����#��� rtoftrme pen*w  STIHL  jhiiiilia..  -*�� WurlAiilJ.  nUfttOvr Unm WOnOWHm  Al'* Power Plus Service  5542 Inlet Ave., Sechelt   885-4616  ,lf PI     I    V'Q    UWMOWER   731 North Road. Gibsons  lALLLI     W   * CHAINSAWS Sales S, Service 186-2912  .,mMi��*��*am**.lr,C*n*m*smmmCKm).*tmii>M  OltT, tot. 026, ta, OMmytrmtAjtmrnicrammwi..  mat M ��tft puetfUM nt s�� 00m, 011  "Trust only develops  when there's action to back  up the words."  Mr. Smith, MacMilkn Bloedel has  been encouraging people to express  their views and concerns about the  future of our forests. Is the company  really listening to what the public has  to say?  You bet You can't talk at people.  You've got to be able to sit down and  find out what1 s on each other's minds.  This isn't an issue that lends itself  to facts and figures. It is a gut issue.  So not only is open, honest dialogue  essential, nothing is going to work  without it  There are a lot of different points of  view out there about what should and  shouldn't be done in our forests. How  do you decide who to listen to?  There's no question. We take our  marching orders from the public. MB  and the other companies in this  changes the majority of  people want and expect  And they need to find out  what changes we've  already made.  Doesn't the public know  what you're doing?  I don't think a lot of  people in this province  know who or what to  believe anymore. And when you're  dealing with a highly emotional issue  like this one, that's not surprising.  Trust only develops when there's  action to back up the words. Most  people know that we reforest  everything we harvest But the fact  that we go through a long, public  approval process for every logging  plan, or that we have a team of  environmental scientists whose sole  concern is managing and  protecting the wildlife, fish  and other resources of the  forest or that we use  computers to design cut  blocks that will blend into  the landscape... no, I  don't think most people  know those kinds of  things. And they need  to know.  To make informed  decisions?  industry can only operate with public  consent In the final analysis, the  public will decide the future of the  forest and of this industry, so we'd  better get out there and find out what  1  the ones they'll have to live with. So  yes, Fd like to see those decisions  based on facts, and on honest  dialogue and debate. And I think  that"s starting to happen more and  more.  How can people become more  informed about forest issues?  By finding out all they can from as  many sources as they can. And by  coming to see us, to see first-hand  what we're doing in the woods.  The more we talk with people  about what we're doing, the easier it  is to find a common ground. Short of  seeing for themselves, Fd encourage  people to call us with their questions  or ask for our information package.  We don't want to tell people what  to believe.  AD we're asking is that people  make informed decisions.  Absolutely. The real  issue is what kind of world we want  for our children and our  grandchildren, and for MdCMHIdll  Bloedel  M to us. Call 1-800972-WOOD  Or write: MacMilkn Bloedel,  Box 6300, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4B5  generations to come. The  decisions we make now are  M  it. am. mt 2�� s�� A aM. mt ^t   m.  mm   aim  am.   . Coast News, October 22,1990  11.  HALFMOON BAY  HAPPEN  INCS  Welcome Beach activity  by Rulh Forrester, 885-2418  There were more than forty  people at the recent fall luncheon hosted by the Welcome  Beach Community Association.  This was the first of what will  become an annual event since it  proved to be so popular. It was  a nice gathering of old and new  friends as well as the enjoyment  of a delicious hot lunch.  We hope that there will be  even more people at the Hallowe'en dinner and dance this  Saturday, October 27. Dress is  optional, but it would be fun if  there were lots of costumes as  there will be prizes. There is a  special request that you order  your tickets by October 24, so  that the ladies will have some  idea of how much food to  prepare. Tickets are $7.50 and  can be had by calling Mildred at  885-5249 or Marg at 885-9032.  The Halfmoon Bay Recreation Association is also having  its Hallowe'en party on October  27. This one is at the Halfmoon  Bay School and is always a very  popular affair where most of  the parents dress up and have a  really great time. Happy hour is  at 8:00 pm followed by dancing  to The Music Man from Powell  River. There will of course be  prize's for the best costumes and  everyone will be made welcome.  Tickets are at Talewind Books,  Bulk Foods and B & J Store, for  $7.50  While on the subject of  Hallowe'en, don't forget to  take the kids along to Coopers  Green on the evening of  Wednesday, October 31, where  they can enjoy the annual Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  Department's Hallowe'en party  and fireworks display. The party starts al 6:30 pm with  fireworks at 7:00 pm. Prizes for  best costumes.  HAWAIIAN WEDDING  Among Ihe more than 400  guests attending a very lovely  wedding in Honolulu were Bill  and Evelyn Pallant, and Jack  and Millie Burchill of Halfmoon Bay, when Barbara,  daughter of Bill Hugh of Half  moon Bay, was married. The  celebration took place in a  beautiful beach selling with a  magnificent display of tropical  flowers as decoration.  LAST WEEK  I hope lhat readers of last  week's column noticed that an  apology was made by this columnist for wrong information  which had been given regarding  a local wedding, the point being  lhal if facts are reporteed which  prove lo be inaccurate or false  in any way, our policy is to  retract the statements and  apologize for errors. In Ihis  way, we maintain our credibility, which is essential in this line  of business.  Emergency services  If there is a major emergency  such as an earthquake, a  chemical spill, a power outage,  a flood, or a fire, where  residents need to be evacuated,  finding the housing to accommodate them can be difficult  without prior planning.  Part of Emergency Social  Services planning is the completion of an inventory of all such  housing on the Sunshine Coast.  Volunteeers are needed to assist  in this work.  The region is divided inlo  three areas - Secret Cove, and  north to Earls Cove, Secret  Cove and south to Browning  Road in Sechelt, and from  Browning Road to Port Mellon.  Orientation to the task will be  provided.  If you would like to volunteer  for this or any other area of  Lasl Sunday morning, October 14, there was a good turnout of Cubs and Beavers paying close  attention to instructor Gayle Kinneard, on what to do when lost in the woods. Cub Leader Gaylc  had recently attended a course by the North Shore Search and Rescue Group, then passed on  what she had learned to the boys. In order to make it of interest lo small children, the course was  called 'Hug a Tree', and the advice given was well received. Following the exercise the boys, as  well as adults, enjoyed a picnic with the always scrumptious hot dogs and all the trimmings. The  event look place at Connor Park, an area which seems to get better every time we go there,  thanks mainly to the Hallmoon Bay Recreation Association who are responsible for most of the  additions. ��� Ruth Forrester photo  Emergency Social Services as  part of Ihe Sunshine Coast  Emergency Plan, please call the  Volunteer Action Centre at  885-5881 to register.  ���PASTIMES*  ELECTROLUX  AMBASSADOR  ROBERTJIONI.y  INTERIORS  Wallcoverings  Window Fashions  Custom Bedspreads  When you bring us this ad  it's worth $10 OFF  your next wallpaper purchase.  Minimum Order ��� 4 Single Reel  Oiler Valid Until November 1,6, 1990  5639 Wharf Road, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0      885-4044  Now You Cdn  Put All Your  Eggs In  One Basket  Right here at home on the Sunshine'  Coast you can put all your savings  In one basket and earn...  11%  PER ANNUM  (or 180 days.  IMie em lVp..fil >|II.IKK)|  The convenience of having a term deposit at Sunshine Coast Credit  Union Is an added plus too. Our staff will be happy to set up your  term deposit over the telephone, then you can simply drop in to  sign the documents'.  Your term deposit will appear on your tegular credit union statements,  which means all your financial records are In one place within easy  access.  Deposits ate guaranteed lo a maximum ol $100,000 per separate  tlejKesit account, per credit union by  the Credit Union Deposit Insurance  Coiporatloei of British Columbia.  Offer may expire uiilhoiit nollce.  Not redeenifiWe prior lo maturity  V"V  Wiiiiihliu Cimtt  t Union  V  If you are interested in Canada  Savings Bonds you can purchase them at Sunshine Coast  Credit Union as well. And yes,  we can get the paperwork  underway with your Instructions over the telephone.  Pender Harbour Branch  Box 28. Madeira Park  B.C  V0N2H0  Telephone: 883 %31  Sechelt Branch  Box 375. Teredo Squeere  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-3255  Gttwoiu Branch  Box 715, Kem'jPWa  Gibsons. B.C. 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Reg. 599.00 tale 449.00  TANDY/ Radio /hack  Authorized Sales Centra  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt      885*2568  UMftiftiaiii  �� �����-*,-����� 12.  Coast News, October 22,1990  community news  PENDER PATTER  Hallowe'en fireworks in Pender  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9099  Next week is Hallowe'en and  the Pender Harbour Voluntrer  Fire Department will put on its  usual fireworks display in the  Madeira Park Elementary  school yard.  Also as  usual,  there will be hot dogs and other  refreshments. Funds to pay for  the fireworks were raised at the  Firemen's Ball,  In keeping with the spirit of  Hallowe'en, Garden Bay Pub is  having a pumpkin carving contest on Sunday, October 28  beginning at 3:30 pm. GBP is  supplying both the pumpkins  and the knives.  The Pender Harbour Legion  will have a Hallowe'en dance on  Saturday, October 27 with  music by Norm Jones and  prizes for costumes.  Harrison seeks SCRD seat  Joe Harrison, secondary  school teacher and president of  Ihe Pender Harbour and District Ratepayers' Association  has announced his candidacy  for the SCRD Directorship of  Area A.  Harrison served two terms as  regional director in the early  1980s, but the position has been  held for the past five years by  BC Liberal Leader Gordon  Wilson. Wilson, Harrison notes  in a press release, said he would  serve only two terms.  Harrison and Wilson have, in  Harrison's words, "...frequently locked horns at regional  board meetings, most recently  over the proposed rewrite of  Area A's master zoning  bylaw." Harrison has warned  that the SCRD must not shove  (the bylaw) "down the area's  throat.  "The new zoning proposal,"  claims Harrison, "will decrease  many people's land values,  eliminate many freedoms peo  ple currently enjoy, and reshape  the community in ways nobody  quite understands."  Harrison further claims that,  "These are major decisions  which can only be properly  dealt with in an official community plan, bul we are being  asked to do it without a community plan. I say to hell with  that."  Harrison says his top priority  is to revive work on the Official  Area A Community Plan,  which was in its sixth draft  when Harrison stepped down in  1982 but was not worked on  during Wilson's two terms.  Tens of thousands of tax dollars  went out of Area A to pay for  community plans in other areas  during the past five year, he  says, and now it's Area A's turn  to catch up.  Among his other concerns,  Harrison says the battle to pro  tect the area's drinking water  sources must be kept up. He appeared at the regional board last  year lo insist on a subdivision  freeze around the Garden Bay  reservoir, and fought further  when the board delayed action  for a year pending study. Eventually the freeze was obtained,  but he says Ihe board's delay  permitted yet another lakeside  subdivision lo make it under the  wire. He is also critical of the  '.behind the scenes dealing' that  resulted in privatization of the  government wharf at Garden  Bay, which is rumoured to be in  progress. He wants to bring  decisions that affect Area A out  from behind closed doors and  enourage as much public participation as possible, working  closely with Ihe ratepayers'  association, and the chamber of  commerce and the local advisory planning commission.  Harrison is a teacher at  Pender Harbour Secondary  School and lives in Kleindale  with his wife and two school-  age children.  Whether or not this relates to  Hallowe'en, the date is right.  On October 31, the Coast News  office at the Paper Mill will be  no longer, and next week will be  my last column. If anyone is interested in taking over the  Pender Harbour community  column, please let me know.  Scary costumes are optional.  FUN AND GAMES  An update (change) of the  Garden Bay Pub darts schedule:  Drop-in darts will be on  Wednesday nights (changed  from Mondays) and regular  league darts will be on Sunday  nights.  There will be a singles pool  tournament with an A and B  Event at the Pender Harbour  Legion on October 26 for  members and guests. The entry  fee is $5 and musl be paid  before competition begins at 7  pm.  Starting this week, Mondays  are Euchre (that's a card game,  for those of you not from Ontario) Nights at the legion,  Tuesdays are Crib Nights, and  Wednesdays are Horsecollar  (Shuffleboard) Nights. Instructors will be available for all  games, which begin at 8 pm.  BARGAIN BARN  The Bargain Barn will be forced to close its doors forever if  no one can help by volunteering  their time to work a couple of  hours a week. If you can help,  please telephone Muriel  Cameron.  Driftwood hauled off  Germany.  EGMONT NEWS  Harbour Beach for shipment to  ���A���� Cook photo  by Dixie Percy, 883-9206  Here's to all those hearty  souls who commute back and  forth in open boats. There  always seems to be a crack  somewhere in the layers of  woolies - just enough to let in a  little jet stream of cold air. It  makes you wish you could get  there a little faster.  Speaking of boats, there sure  aren't many spending their days  at the government dock in Egmont lately. It's kind of nice to  be able to pull in and have your  pick of spots and some elbow  room to dock. It's a change  after all that tricky maneuvering  around the summer traffic.  Did you notice that more  work has been done to the Egmont Community Hall? Thanks  to the busy crew who worked on  kitchen cabinets and other trimmings, as well as electrical work  and some painting too. You can  never tell what the elves will get  up to next!  If you are going to be in Gibsons in the next week and a half,  go to the Hunter Gallery to sw  some painting of Egmont's own  Noreen Marshall. There are  some new works as well as some  from Mexico and France. They  will be on display until the end  of this month.  Glad to hear Vi Berntzen is  back recuperating after an  emergency trip to St. Mary's  Hospital last Saturday.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  Jtancti.    Joining J^ounge. & Cafe.  AT THE PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  HOURS;  FRI. & SAT. NIGHT  MON.-FRI.     6:30am-10pm  PRIME RIB  SAT.-SUN.          8am-10pm  Plus Additional Specials  Licenced Dining Lounge  Salad Bar All Weekend  Join  us. fox a gouxmct meat in the dining Lounge  ox a heaxtu bxeakfait & Lunch in the cafe.  for Reservations Call: 883-9330  Annual Pender Harbour d  Lions Club  Auction  Donations are now being accepted  Items will be picked up  Call Dick Hunsche,  883-2334  YOU PICK  CANNING TOMATOES  25c/lb.  We Pick For You:  50*/lb. to 100 lbs.     _  30��/lb. 100 lbs. or more  Telephone Orders Accepted  Open 10 am ��� 6 pm  Rooseiuhl torn  Garden Bay Road  883-9910  SHOPPING  %  <X>r  enrnar 'JJrapenes  8. MEEIilK RAIT SUPPLIES  883-2274  883-9551  Bu   ing  S .jplies  HOME/.1LL  BUILDING CENTRE  .4$ MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  M  FEWER HARBOUR  HRS IT ALU  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 day* a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  fft'hn ,Wrn,u 'i  Marina r  TOTAL SHOPPING  ; n.v, a im  All Cheem.ee Produce.  883-2253  NURSERY  COMPLETE  GARDEN       CENT"E -���><T}  OPEN 7 DAY�� A Wffit     **���'  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Located at Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm 883-9183  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  & Year-Round Moorage  683-2406  HAIRDRESSERS  v'VVVVV .  vvvvvvv  rVWWV VV  ' vW v vW  rVvvxAA  PENDER HARBOUR  ���GOLF COURSE  Visitors Wilcome  V, M. North of Gnrilein Bay Rd.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royal Canadian Liglon - Branch 112  ~~T     PENDER HARBOUR  ��� LEBION  Mtmbtts & Guuti  Always Welcome  TiUphone M3-9632  ��  jCwue'a resort  Boat Rentals  B  Air  883-2456  CMTRI HaUDWASI  hardware  houaewarea  tackle  paint  885-9914  ���J^     Check  / Our Flyer  FOODUNER  w matrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  REFLECTIONS  BISK  Hair Studio  For appointment call 8832546  Ce, ��.,.������,e  Garden Bay   I    Hotel  Pub, Walerlroeel Reeulaurane. Mooraga. Air  ChareerB, Fishing Charters. Bike Rentals  ass-i��*4 rub   SBS-Wlt. Tmtaursnl  Prrnkr Harbour  Rrftaurant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  CONTRACTORS  BUSHWACKERS  Trimming, Miming, Pruning  Properly Management \\/f.  SERVICES  Light Landscaping  883-2142  Roofing  883-9303  Toi k Gratel. Shake*, Shlnglei,  metal Hoofi. Torch On, Duroldi  Peninsula Power &  Cable Ltd.  High 1 lot* Votlise Power linn  Outdoor Sub-ttitMim  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  s.-pti. Systems  883-9222  GJtl. -m.       883-9046  9eahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  BEAVER ISLJIND  FEtt GROCERY  MS-tlOe*  "Breakfasts ��� Lunch Bpeoiala  pizzas ��� Subs ��� Movie Rentals  MOBILE HOMES  Nine and Und - Instant Housing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  SUPPORT  YOUR  FRIENDS &  NEIGHBOURS  Coast  llfc  estern Airlines Ltd.  loi feservatlons/intoimalion on  dally scheduled flights & charters  csl 185-4711 {SuMMm Coasl)  884-8788 (Vancamr)  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  ���TYPING  ���WORD PROCESSING  ���FAX SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  Pender Harbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  FAXi M3-9524  Sechelt  SHOE REPAID  Pender Harbour drop off:  The Paper Mill  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  The Sunshine  COAST NKWS Coast News, October 22,1990  13.  Gardening notes  by  On behalf of Ihe Gibsons Business and Professional Women's  Club Lois Anderson (right) presents their annual bursar) for a  mature student to .Carol Graham (left) of Roberto Creek Elementary School. -Kent Stetridin photo  Welcome newcomers and  would be gardeners. We are all  becoming increasingly aware of  how important energy conservation, composting and recycling  can improve our environment.  By composting, you are also  helping to reduce the amount of  organic material that must be  trucked away as garbage. This  saves money that is now spent  on waste disposal and also  reduces the environmental problems associated with landfills.  Wise gardeners with nature's  help know this knowledge for  centuries, so really composted  earth is worth its weight, like  gold.  Various designs are being up-  Arthritis self-help program  In a move to help those who  have to deal with arthritis on a  daily basis, the British Columbia and Yukon Division of the  Arthritis Sodety has introduced  the Arthritis Self-Management  Program.  The program, initially funded  by Health And Welfare  Canada, Seniors' Independence  Program, is a group education  program which provides an opportunity for mutual peer support.  It involves the willingness of  participants to learn about and  to assume responsibility for the  daily care of their arthritis  which includes all decisions a  person must make and actions  they must take to keep their arthritis under control and to stay  as independent as possible.  The program is taught by  trained community volunteers  and designed to augment professional services.  In the fall the Arthritis Society will once again be offering  the program. It consists of six,  two-hour clav.es held once a  week. It covers such topics as  nwdication, relaxation techniques, suitable exercise, diet,  problem solving, joint protection and self-help behaviours.  The cost of the course is $10  which includes the textbook, the  arthritis help book, written by  the developer of the program,  Dr. Kate Long, RN, Dr. PH of  Stanford University, Palo Alto,  California.  Those who would like to attend the program or who are interested in learning to become  teachers of the program can call  Doreen Boal at 886-7900.  dated and tested for the home  gardener, or could be made by a  handyman ��� pamphlets at  garden centres and your local  library will assist you.  Reminders: This is the month  for bulb planting and pot forcing, leaving it lo the end,  however, if weather remains  warm. Take geranium cuttings  or slips which are four to six inches long of softwood, remove  flower tip, take off lower leaves,  coat with rooting hormone, insert in a rooting medium, firm  soil or vermiculite around base,  cover with glass or plastic, mist  daily until plants show signs of  new growth, possibly three  weeks.  Strawberry runners can be  cut and planted, tender shrubs,  conifers and other evergreens,  and hydrangeas as well. Propagation of most shrubs, including hardwood or fully  ripened cuttings can tie started,  as soon as the shoots are  mature, putting them in a  trench out of doors.  Remove all rose leaves by  hand and pick up from the  ground, burn if possible, but do  not compost them eis they may  have black spot spores, which  re-infect the plant again next  year.  SECHELT  CITIZENS  Enjoy A Tea Break  imbwiui  Sat., Oct. 27  Seniors' Hall. 2*4 pm  Come and take a rest from shopping.  Tell me what you think Sechelt needs  for the 90's.  Gibsons to join  post office fray  The Town of Gibsons decided to join the fray against  Canada Post last week because  of its plans to replace post offices on the Sunshine Coast with  one single bureau in North Vancouver.  In his planner's report of October 16, Town Planner Rob  Buchan noted Canada Post's  moves as "entirely divorced  from any informed basis of  local knowledge.  "At a time when we should  be making every effort collectively to improve on public services available in this area due  to the undeniable growth patterns...this is, in my opinion, a  totally regressive step," he said.  The planner's sentiments  were echoed by all aldermen  present at the meeting and it  was moved the town join the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District in its "forceful opposition" to Canada Post's proposed moves.  ftkadoiv ism faiktvp  5695 Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-7606  t/c;  'eanette, stylist from Phase II, The Hair Company, would like to introduce their new stylist, Sandy, who is  from Highlights on Hair in Delta. Phase 11, The Hair Company demands the highest standards for their employees and  Sandy's vast experience is an asset to the salon.  I  ��tmJ>*mf*>}*t>>  ,f you haven't already had the pleasure of a facial,  pedicure or one of the many other services Lisa, our highly  qualified csthetician offers, you owe yourself this wonderful  experience.  X\s  mjtrS  ,s well as hairstyling and esthetical services, \  also offer tanning packages.  We use and recommend  I LABOFIATOIRE        ,  DR. RENAUD    skincare and makeup systems  ^_ SYSIEMl  sBulOLACjb. haircare products?  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ESM-Letgal Size  $795  S89500 ���  * Development cartridge extra at $169  ISEE THEM TODAY ATi  wotecn  OFFICE ELECTRONICS  Bayside Building, Trail Ave., Sechelt 885-3735  Pender Harbour Firefighters  would like to thank all the Corporations, Community  Organizations and Public, which have so generously donated  to the Pender Harbour Volunteer Firefighters' Emergency  Equipment Fund.  Because of the overwhelming response, we regret it is  impossible to mention every name. Individual donations have  surpassed our most optimistic expectations and a special  thanks is expressed to all donors.  Corporate and Organization donations were received from:  A.C. Rentals  B.C. Tel  Coho Marina  Dairyland  D. Girard Contracting  Egmont Community Club  Egmont Lions Club  Finning Ltd.  Highland Glen Estates  H.Y. Louie  llyn Holdings  Imac Fishing  Jack Cewe Ltd.  McCann Electric  MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.  Marina Pharmacy  Maverick Coach Lines  Mountain View Service  Oak Tree Market  P.H. Ambulance Crew  P.H. Chamber of Commerce  P.H. Chevron  P.H. Community Club  P.H. Diesel  P.H. Hotel  P.H. Lioness Club  P.H. Lions Club  P.H. Restaurant  Ray Hansen Trucking  R.C. Legion Branch 112  R.C. Legion Branch 112  Ladies' Auxiliary  S.C. Aquaculture Assoc.  T&S Sand and Gravel  Ted's Blasting  Tillicum Towing  Although we have reached our goal, maintenance and  upgrading will be an ongoing expense. For this reason our  fund will remain open for future donations.  The Pender Harbour Firefighters thank all people who  have shown an interest and concern for our project.  To save a life will be to exceed our goal.  THANK YOU  ���,���^^%_<-^_-. ���Coast News, October 22,1990  Pender Harbour students  praise United Nations  Four nwmtwr-e of the Madeira Park  'United Nations Task Force" enjoy the research.  ���Ann Cook pheetee  tailor's Note: The following  story is the end result of a joint  effort by the Intermediate  Enrichment Group at the  Madeira Park Elementary  School.  The members of the group include Niki Bathgate, Leslie  Duncan, Jordan Field, Angle  Gough, Robin McCandless and  Forrest Pass.  Editor:  Did you know that the  United Nations was founded on  October 24, 1945? This day has  been celebrated by member nations ever since.  There are 160 countries  belonging to the United Nations  as of 1990. All countries belong  to the General Assembly and  have to fulfill the membership  requirements of the United Nat  ions. Some of these requirements are that members must be  peace-loving and must be willing and able to carry out the  duties of the Charter.  Five countries, France,  China, United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union, are  permanent members of the  Security Council and 10 countries are elected to the Security  Council for two-year terms.  The United Nations is presently involved in the Persian  Gulf Crisis as well as a proposed  treaty on the rights of children.  Canada has been a member  of the UN since 1945. In 1957,  Lester B. Pearson won the  Nobel Peace Prize for his  leadership during the Suez  Crisis when Canada was an important part of the United Nat-  MacLarty-Wells face off in Sechelt  Continued from page 1  to donate money as they did  with the Orpheum by buying  seats. We could have people  buying tables and chairs in the  library.  "There's no reason why that  centre can't come back. The  concept of the archives was a  good one, and we need a bigger  library.  "The town is obviously going  to grow. We need a bigger hall,  there's no question about that.  We're going to have to look at it  again and try to make it go. But  I think a lot of people were  rightfully concerned thai they  had a swimming pool and a  community centre all at once.  There's no reason why we can't  do it in gradual stages, and do it  easily."  CN: "Would you say you  would not take over Rockwood  Centre as an extension of the  municipal hall?"  W: "1 did talk about it once  because it had been mentioned  before. There weren't many options. I said that if two years  down the road we couldn't do  anything, then we could go to  Rockwood. That would be a  last resort, but you would  destroy the Written Arts program."  M: "Block 7 wasn't bought  for a civic centre. In the Official  Community Plan (OCP) Block  7 is zoned as commercial, il's  not zoned for public assembly.  As far as Rockwood is concerned, I'm on record thai one of  my prioriiies would be to put a  bylaw in front of council  dedicating Rockwood lo whal il  is now.  "I think it's awful that council is meeting in Rockwood's  space. Rockwood is one of the  good things thai Sechelt has  done for the community, ll  makes Sechelt a destination  point. An archives isn't going to  make Sechelt a destination  point.  "I don't think the library has  lo be definitely on Block 7. If  the aquatic centre is there, people will bring their cars, and do  we want it as a parking lot?  Maybe it should be up by the  arena and there should be a  whole recreational complex  there. Most places don't have  their recreational centres in  prime downtown areas."  CN (to Wells): "Would you  go on record that Rockwood  would not be taken over?"  W: "I'd do what the people  tell me to. If they tell me to put  it in Rockwood, I'll put it in  Rockwood. I disagree (with  MacLarty) about council  meeting at Rockwood. I  couldn't think of anything  nicer. After all, it's parhpf the  town. Why would we go out  and renl quarters when we have  a place of our own?"  CN (to Wells): "Given the resounding rejection of Block 7,  how would you expect to  finance projects you might bring forward that would involve  any kind of substantial price  tag?"  W: "Thai's a serious problem. There aren'l that many  taxpayers in Sechelt who won't  restrict whal is going to be  done."  CN: "There are other things  lhal will cost money���roads,  sewers. Where is all the money  going to come from? Are you  saying all they want is a  caretaker government?"  W: "I'd estimate the roads  are going to be about $10  million. I don't see how 5000  people arc going to get $10  million, even over 20 years."  M: "I think the people of  Sechelt are reasonable people,  and they understand that we  need these things. But Sechelt is  like a new family. You don't  want to go into too much debt  right away because you don't  know what's in the future.  "I think the people of Sechelt  felt it (Block 7) was too much,  too soon. For four years,  Sechelt has been getting  $179,000 a year to upgrade  roads. I haven't seen any roads  upgraded���particularly. It was  spent on equipment for Ihe  mosl part. I think thai the people of Sechell are waking up to  those things and lhey're saying,  'hey, slow down, first things  first'."  "Even if East Porpoise Bay  Road has been upgraded to  some extent, I'm nqt talking  about a new road. There are  people sending registered letters  to the municipality saying,  'there's going to be an accident  and someone's going to get kill-  Member of  ALLIED  LOCAL  Call the Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or tor help with  moving awkward heavy Items, pianos, etc.  LEI NUN'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local A Long Distance Moving  IMn 111  SiatBat Panda. Harbouicualomeea     IM-iMIJ  ������" '��'������������"������ plaaaa CAle. COLIECT      BW" ��99*1  The Bodhi Tree  Graphic Design Studio  . Logos ��� Letterheads  ��� Direct Mail ���  ��� Financial Reports ���  Theatre & Dance Promotion  ��� Restaurant Menus ��� Etc.  886-9760 Gibsons, bc  737-2112 Vancouver. BC  Ted Peters Photographer  Ckii��tma�� if^oxtialt ^jinciaL  Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons, Sat., Oct. 27, 10 am 'til 5 pm  (No Appointment Necessary)  For a Sitting Fee of $10 you receive Six Poses and all Proofs  (No Retakes on this offer, please)  Package available from your choice of same negative  2 - 8x10's    6 - 5x7's    6 - 3'/tx5's  ,-j-A*,-, L all for $29.99 ���,-&*,  ���**^T Other Reprints available at Regular Rate ������J"^***'  Last Date to re-order for Christmas Delivery is December 1st  Developing Processing, Package and other Re-prints all completed  in Gibsons by Sunnycrwt Photo and E&E Photography  ed'. And the reason they're sending registered letters is because  if it's registered Ihey can sue if  ihey can prove the municipality  was warned. If the roads were  upgraded a little, then they  might look a little more kindly  on more taxes for a better  municipal hall."  CN (to Wells): "People we've  talked lo suggest that Sechelt  has run a pretty tight ship. So  what's the answer, fiscally,  other than higher taxes?"  W: "It's a question of how  high and how much the people  can afford. I don'l know how  you could get less that five or six  per cent a year increases. The  taxes here were about the  seventh lowest.  "There have been a lot of  things done for the community  that people arc not aware of.  We bought a nice piece of land  at Mission Point for a park. We  fixed up Ocean Boulevard, we  hired a policeman to try and  solve ihe vandalism.  "I disagree totally with what  ���  Nancy is saying. Sechelt has  gone from 800 people to 6000 in  SiSfour years. There's a lor of  work to do. We had to get a full  time building inspector. There  hasn't been any huge expansion  (of staff). We've already done  job appraisals, policy manuals  and so forth. That has been going on since the Cuff report. It's  been done."  Part 2 of this article to be continued next week...  ions Peace Keeping Force.  There are many special agencies connected to the UN. A few  of the important ones are  Unicef, FAA, WHO and UPU.  Unicef is an organization  dealing with worldwide  children's problems such' as  poverty and hunger. Unicef  won the Nobel Peace Prize in  1965. We can all help to support  Unicef by carrying donation  boxes with us when we trick or  treat this Hallowe'en.  FAO stands for the Food and  Agriculture Organization. It  helps people who are starving  by sending food supplies. It also  assists countries with farming  skills. Its headquarters are in  Rome.  WHO, or the World Health  Organization, helps nations  keep healthy. Its members work  to prevent diseases and invent  new medications.  UPU is the Universal Postal  Union, lt is the union that  decides what it costs to send letters and parcels all over the  world.  As well as these agencies,  there are others involved with  economics, culture, trade,  education, the environment,  human rights, and preserving  important heritage sites.  This October 24, take a  minute to remember the importance of the United Nations to  all of us. It's something to  celebrate!  PAY YOURSELF  FIRST  But what about the mortgage or the  rent, the car payment, ...... credit cardi,  and io on? Of courie, you must meet  your financial obligation!. But if you're  going to save money and build toward  a better tomorrow, you must keep tome  of what you earn for younclf.  Wc can ihow you how to do it ��� and  how to make your savings grow. Call  us today.  Your resident Investors Planning Team  J.N.W.(Jlm)BUDDSr.  885-3397  DEBORAH MEAL1A  InWBStOFS  JH.fKuDDJr.  Group  PROFTTFROH OUR EXPERIENCE  Phase One Opening November 1, 1990  The New  RITZ MOTEL  Located in lower Gibsons opposite the Gibsons Marina  A new 30 unit motor hotel with  microwave equipped kitchenettes  colour TV in every  Ample parking available  Opening special lor advanced  .prior to November 1, 1 _ _.  $175.00 par wook, single occnt  Ho accept Vita, Mastercard  and American Express.  886-3343  The New RITZ MOTEL  505 Gower Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  mmm Coast News, October 22,1990  T. Eric Small looks ready to swing into action in Gibsons.  ���Jan Michael Sherman photo  Small seeks  mayor's chair  Semi-retired banker T. Eric Small announced his candidacy for mayor of Gibsons on Friday, October 19. A property owner on the Sunshine Coast for nine years and a resident of Gibsons for the past five, Small hope's his experience  organizationally and with people will be of special value to  the community.  "I intend to build a team of elected and employed staff to  work together toward achievement of a common goal and be  accessible to the taxpayers through good communication,"  Mr. Small told the Coast News. "I feel we must work  towards cooperation and coordination with other local  governments," the candidate added.  Seeking to control expenditures in order to ensure the  "...lowest possible taxation" ���while at the same time providing for needed improvements in water, sewer and roads  within the town���will be one of Small's top priorities.  Small also promises to encourage the expansion of business  and tourism locally, including improvement of the ferry service.  Noted Small, "Most of us, including me, came here  because the lifestyle appealed to us. Every effort will be made  to retain the lifestyle and ambience, (while) recognizing that  nothing stands still and even nature is a year older every 12  months."  iTPflOflZZf)  ���I MORE THAN CLOTHING  'H'ie.lae cHcuu:  'Wad. ��� <Sut.  Some Original Designs  ��>owntcnvn eRo&ixls. Cxttt  885-7411  Foster Parent Week  October 21-27  In British Columbia, there are more than 3000 loster  lamilies providing caring, stable homes lor children  temporarily in need.  This year, 10 ol those lamilies received the Lieutenant-  Governor's Foster Families Award, in recognition ot their  outstanding contributions.  For the rest, the rewards are less public - a smile here, a  hug there. But Ihis is Foster Parent Week, and we're  going public now with a heartfelt thank you to all the loster  lamilies ot British Columbia.  Most people already have the basic knowledge and skills  to be a loster parent. It also takes patience and  commitment to meet the challenge.  II you've got what it takes... please call us.  Foster Care  II British Columbia  1-800-663-9999  Province ol Mtleh Columbia  Minislry ol Social Smuts and Housing  Honourable Norman JaootMn. Minister  The Sunshine  Second Section  15.  'Vision' permit appeal  Weldwood plan to spray Salmon Inlet contested  by Rose Nicholson  An appeal by members of the  Sunshine Coast Environmental  Protection Project (SCEPP) to  hall the spraying of the herbicide Vision by Weldwood of  Canada at their Clowholm  operation at the head of Salmon  Inlet was heard by the Environmental Appeal Board last  week in Sechelt.  Weldwood had ebeen granted  a permit by the Pesticide Control Branch of the Ministry of  Environment to use the herbicide as a brush control  measure on portions of several  cut blocks.  The appeal hearing was attended by about fifty members  of the public, including several  members of Grades 6 and 7  from Roberts Creek Elementary  School.  The three member appeal  board, chaired by biologist Linda Mitcheiuk, included. Dr.  Maxwell Smart and lawyer  Donna Gillis. SCEPP was  represented by Maria MacCart-  ney, Sieve Cohl and Iheir  witness Michael Conway-  Brown.  Speaking for Weldwood were  Rod Beaumont and Dan Paul,  and Bayne Vance of the  Pesticide Branch of ihe Ministry  of Environment was called in as  a witness by the appeal board.  MacCartney, slating the case  for SCEPP, claimed thai  because no long term studies  had been done on the effects of  Vision, wildlife in the area could  be adversely affected by the  spraying and urged that manual  brushing methods be used instead.  "Although we believe that  Weldwood has the right to  harvest timber in that TSA  (Timber Supply Area)," she  said, "we believe it is important  to keep in mind that this is  public land, and public forest.  SCEPP believes that as a  member of this community, it is  our right and our responsibility  to protect the animals and the  environment.  "The residents of the Sunshine Coast have demonstrated  overwhelmingly that they want  our watersheds protected."  Cohl questioned the decisionmaking process used in granting  permits for Vision. He pointed  out that permits were issued on  the basis of tests done by Monsanto, the manufacturer of Vision and cited a letter from  Frank   Cedar  of  Agriculture  Canada in reply to a query on  the safety of pesticides from  SCEPP member Carole Rubin.  "An answer to your question  is a qualified 'no'," stated  Cedar in his letter. "Pesticides  by their very nature are toxic  chemicals, otherwise they would  not fulfill the function for  which they were designed.  While no one can provide  ironclad assurance that each  pesticide is completely safe all  the time, any potential risk can  be minimized by using strictly  according to label instructions."  Cohl went on to cite the  results of several other studies  that refute the studies done by  Monsanto. Among these was  one which found that levels of  Vision found in wildlife exceeded acceptable levels for meat  destined for human consumption.  Another report found that  glyphosate (the active ingredient  in Vision), remained in the soil  up to eight months after spraying, challenging the Monsanto  claim that glyphosate did not remain in the soil for more than a  few days.  "This information goes  directly against the information  that Monsanto is presenting,"  said Cohl, "and the ministry is  .basing its decisions on the information put out by Monsanto."  Cohl went on to say that  glyphosate makes up only 41  per cent of Vision, the remain-  ing59 per cent, the surfactant, is  not required to be registered by  Agriculture Canada. POEA,  which makers up IS per cent of  the surfactant, according to one  study, is significantly more toxic  than glyphosate.  Cohl also quoted another  study done by Arlene Higgs of  BC Research which said "There  is a remarkable lack of information on the toxicity of POEA  and the formula of Roundup  and Vision." Higgs added that  the only studies available were  those done on fish, which showed that "POEA was 10 times  more toxic to salmon fry than  Ihe complete Vision formula  and 400 times more toxic to fish  than the Rodeo formula."  "Somehow our foresters  have concluded from all this  that Vision should be used in  brush management," said Cohl.  "This decision-making is unacceptable by any standards." He  suggested   that   if  graduate  Please turn to pate 21  IfCDM'CHOME  WtnN  O FURNISHINGS  S4rving You Since 1973  THE LUXURY OF LEATHER  Various styles & colours on display  INSTANT  *    CREDIT  -  UP 'o $3000 *  O.A.C    ���-  LEATHERCHAIR  & OTTOMAN 16.  Coast News, October 22,1990  EJ6URE  PACES FROi  Urn  LIFE-LOG  Kitimat rough and tumble  Artist George Gamache exhibits a pillar constructed of papier  mache. (leaning is not recommended!) ��� Rath Fomsm photo  by Peeler Trower  / am walking through Akan's  inferno  wilh l.uigi Milanas  expatriate ex-paratrooper  at four-thirty  in ihe glum polline morning  sucking scorched air  down aisles of popping flame  only our millwright coveralls  distinguishing us  from the grubby goblins  In thick brown pants without  pockets  who tend to their functions  and fires  making aluminum bad lungs  and money  by Lucfferian light.  The cranes crash past above us  carrying snouted crucibles  to suck the magma from Ihe  pits-  Men ride three-wheeled  cruslbreakers  to rattling battle,  lashing alrhose tails  lliev peck at the pot-edges like  birds-  Greasy yellow lift-trucks  clatter through the ruckus  driven  by Germans who still mourn  Hitler-  Buzzers sweat salt tablets  Goggles, face-masks, the taste  of smoke���  I dream of Ihe roasting voltage  surging like blood through  transformers  into these alchemic halls  to gallop through the cathodes  cooking the bauxite silver  and the careless���black  and the careless black of  Sally's  hair  and Black Label beer...  I fall asleep on my feel  and walk into a wall.  It's our once-nightly tour of  duty  After this, if all Is well  we can doze in the orange-peel  lunchrooms-  drink robot soup and cocoa-  thumb through dogeared skin-  books  till punchout time  But not  tonight because  a crane has broken down  Activities at the Arts Centre  The Arts Centre's 12th Annual Juried Exhibition is coming soon. The deadline for submissions is this Saturday, October 27 at 4 pm with the juror's  live critique taking place at 7 pm  on Monday, October 29. Juror,  Nicholas Tuele, has been chief  curator at the Art Gallery of  Greater Victoria since 1985.  He has worked as both  museum and art gallery curator  and has organized exhibitions  of art of historical as well as  contemporary focus, including  international Glass Expressions', 'Jack Shadbolt Butterfly  Transformation Theme', and  'BC Women Artists 1885-1985'.  He has lectured on the role of  the curator, on the connection  between curating and  educating, on the 'Spiritual in  Abstract Art' and on Canadian  art history as well as addressing  the role of the community art  gallery.  With his more lhan 20 years  of curatorial experience in a  broad range of visual arts,  cultural and educational posi  tions and a natural ability to articulate thoughts which has  been honed by his writing and  participation in panels and  workshops, we can expect an  exceptionally informative critique.  All are invited to attend this  event. Admission is free. For  more informalion call 885-5412.  at Ihe south end of Line Two.  "Let'sgo"sms Luigi. sadly.  Those abrasive days come  drumming back like grimy uncomfortable imagess from someone else's life. They are not  among my happier memories.  We drive on to the beach  where an area called Smelter-  site, consisting of shops, caf<es,  bunkhouses and the original  hospital, once existed. Nothing  remains but a small park and a  weathered cement staircase that  led in the early days, to the  Hudson Bay Company's initial  store.  Back at the Service Cenlre,  we check out the pub that Coley  Hall built here back in Ihe Fifties. At that time it was reputed  to be the largest bar in Canada  ���and it needed to be. It was  generally packed to capacity  with hundreds of thirsty  womanless smelter and construction workers. Brawls were  common but the room was so  huge that the waiters simply  cordoned off the area where the  fight was taking place, and continued serving the rest of the  patrons.  In that bar big as a football  field  the players are getting restless  a gang of antsy Ironworkers  voices wrangling, rising,  challenging  "You lying sonofabitch!"  a table tips, glasses shatter  picking partners like hockey  players  two dozen rowdies reel and  crash  Three conscientious objectors  trapped In Ihe vortex of the  donnybrook  scramble over Ihe barrier  to the neutral zone of the  cow-pasture  Wrestling, cursing, swinging  wild  through blind measures of  mayhem  till the summoned cops come  storming In  like a squad of gun-packing  linesmen  Outside the battle area  Big Gord Bastion,  Jimmy Fiddle and me  watch as the dust clears  and the brawlers are hustled  off lo the hoosegow  "Floor show's over"  says Big Gord  We order more beer  go back to being bored.  to be continued...  PAPER RENAISSANCE  The works in papier mache  which show such imagination  and sopistication can be seen al  Wwdl^oumr.^ege^re^MMa��o^��MW4^^^^^  Roberts Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  miMmm bmwr  ~M  Friday,        ���  October 26 r  An Invitation to Hallowe'en Horror  GRAMMA'S HOUSE  /tf4f   Saturday, October 27  "Live Out Your Fantasy"  Mm Gramma's Whal B/j Eyes You've Got  Tho Bettor in Jiidpt' Your Disguises  /-in Gramma's What Bin Bats You've Got  The Better to Henr You Have Fun  Mnr Gramma's What a lot of Prizes You're Got  More Than Enough Fur Everyone.  For a Hauntingly Good Time..  Gramma's Pub & Beer and Wine  Gibsons, B.C.  performs for kids  SAT. OCT. 27, 2pm  Sunshine Coaat  Arta Centre  Trail & Medusa. Sechelt  885-5412  S3 family rate: $8 at the Door  WITH THE GENEROUS    Trw  SUPPORT OF  the Arts Centre only until this  coming Sunday, October 28. If  you haven't yet given yourself a  chance to be delighted by these  wonderful sculptural objects,  please do so soon. They are  unlike anything you have  previously seen in this medium.  Arts Centre hours are Wednesday to Saturday, II to 4, and  Sunday 1 to 4.  GRAHAM WALKER  IN CONCERT  "Friends are better than  crocodiles or playing with a  bumblebee. There's always  room for another one, so would  you like to be friends wilh me?"  With   lyrics   like   Ihese,  ������ -Graham Walker ��� singer, com-  "W poser and children's entertainer,  ^fcas kids singing, clapping and  dancing along. His songs create  a world of loveable characters  and fantasy that children can't  resist.  They mix humour, imagination and storytelling with styles  that range from jazz to jigs and  country lo calypso.  Graham Walker now lives in  Gibsons and will be sharing his  talent wilh a Sunshine Coast audience on Saturday, October 27  at 2 pm at the Arts Centre in  Swhelt. Admission is $3, $8 for  families at the door.  |l|ll||.eill.....'l|l|lll|.  "���"iilllimiiiini"'  AT BONNIEBROOK  mm  This is your  COMPLIMENTARY ENTREE  with purchase of an entree of  equal or greater value  ��� Offer valid Sunday, Monday and Tuesday  to October 31, 1990  ��� Offer excludes Chateaubriand  ��� Present advertisement upon arrival  FALL HOURS:  Friday - Tuesday, 5:30 ��� 9:30  Sunday Brunch, 10 ��� 2 PM  (CLOSED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY)  886-2188  ^j|     Sechelt  (f*5^ Public Library,  LHours:  ^STues. 10-30-4pm =  Wed. 10-30-lpm3  gThurs. 10307pm lfl  ESat. 10'30-4pm  I  ! Book Drop in Trail Bay Mill Jl  School District No. 46  CHOIRFEST  For Intermediate Elemental*/ Choirs  NORTH ZONE  Sechelt, West Sechelt  Madeira Park  Thursday, Nov. 1, 7:00 pm  West Sechelt Elem. gym  ����"*eigteaV��r**  SOUTH ZONfi"   Cedar Grove, Gibsons  Langdale, Roberts Creek  Friday, Nov. 2, 7:00 pm  Roberts Creek Elem. gym  GUEST PERFORMANCES BY DISTRICT CHOIR  H<a*~aVi9KaV*r*>N  For Information  Please Call Karin Tigert  at 885-2114  WORKSHOPS during the day and  EVENING PERFORMANCES are  Open to the Public  SILVER COLLECTION AT THE DOOR  ,.' Everyone will be here so drop in  Pup: -Y*r,r"  t^..^w.^tv>~��r-.r-^ Coast News, October 22,1990  17.  A concert for Amnesty  by Ruth Forrester  Members of the Coast Consort Ensemble entertain at the Amnesty International evening of musk  and poetry held at the Arts Centre. -Ruth Forrester photo  Channel 11  There was a full house at the  Arts Centre last Sunday evening  for a presentation by Amnesty  International of an evening of  music and poetry. This  dedicated group's purpose is to  defend human rights and to demand the release of the unjustly  persecuted and imprisonment of  people in all parts of the world.  Roger Lagasse, chairman of  the Sunshine Coast brsmch of  AI, introduced the evening's  program which opened with  music by the Coast Consort  Ensemble playing works by  Schubert, Mozart, Puccini and  Martina. Instrumental^ the  group comprised recorders with  piano accompaniment.  Vocal soloists were Alice  Horsman, Jirina Vavrik and  Tom Woods. Alice and Joan  Slater joined voices in a  delightful duet accompanied by  Tom Woods on piano. The  musical presentations formed a  very spwial part of the evening  with each piece delightfully  rendered.  A Play Scene - Indians, by  Arthur Kopit was adapted and  directed by Jay Hamburger with  Sandie McGinnis playing the  role of Sitting Bull.  This was followed by  readings by Shirley Hall, John  Pass, Iris Griffith, Klisala Harrison and Edith Daly.  Another play piece, Us and  Them, was directed by Sandie  McGinnis.  The guest speaker, Dong Qu-  ing Wei, was then introduced.  Dong is ihe President of  Chinese Students and Scholars  in Canada and he spoke on  human rights in China. The  local Amnesty group have  adopted Zhang Weiping who  was arrested as a prisoner of  conscience in China. A question  period followed Mr. Wei's address, and the pleasant evening  wound up with some more  musical selections.  The local Amnesty group  was delighted wilh the support  shown by the many who attended, and realized thai there are  indeed many who do care about  their fellow human beings.  Countryside Concerts  series kicks off  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is pleased lo have Arthur Rowe in recital' as the second in this season's Countryside Concert Series on Sunday, October 28 at 2 pm at the  Twilight Theatre in Gibsons.  Equally acclaimed as a solo  pianist and chamber musician,  Arthur Rowe regularly concer-  lizes with prominent musicians  from both Canada and the US.  His program includes Bet-  thoven's Six Bagatelles Op. 126,  Bach's Conce BWV 971, Six  Aphorisms by Alfred Fisher and  the Sonata in B Minor Op. 58  by Chopin. Remaining tickets at  $12.50 are available by calling  Betty Allen at 886-2324.  Tuesday, October 23  6:30 PM  ���BCIT Magazine  The broadcasting students at  BCIT   produce   a   weekly  newsmagazine program. Coast  Cable 11 is proud to carry BCIT  magazine on a weekly basis.  7:00 PM  School Board S|>eaks Out  School   Board  communications chairman Lynn Chapman  hosts and produces a report on  the new Intermediate Program  for elementary schools.  Lynn's guests include Barry  Krangle, Maureen McBeath and  Eleanor Swan.  8:00 PM  Coast Profiles  Stan   Dixon   talks   with  Sliaman  Indian  Band  Elder  Elizabeth Harry.  8:25 PM  Sunshine .Coast 2020  Planning For Our Future  Maurice Egan hosts this hour  long program that reports on  the ideas that were submitted lo  ' public hearings on the future of  the Sunshine Coast.  I Feeendly Counlry Legion Tj  >Roberts  Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  Fri., Oct. 26 &  Sat., Oct. 27  BEAVER  FRIDAY NITE  DINNERS  Mieelbtri and bona ltd*        tf��> -.  gemtt welcome "laUu  Grilled New York Steak  Sal. Nighl Dinners  BINGO ��� TUES. EVENINGS  ILic. .76063)  Thursday, October 25  6:30 PM  table Connections  News show presented live by  Elphinstone broadcasting  students.  7:00 PM  Herbicide Forum  Hostesd by Darian Seed and  Hanna Skytte. Panel guests include Carol Rubin, Steve Cohl,  Barry Mountain and John Hen-  igman. Discussion of the pros  and cons of herbicide spraying.  8:00 PM  BCIT Magazine  A  weekly  news  magazine  prepared by the broadcasting  students at BCIT.  Television Schedule  Courtesy of  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281    Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  IlwI  From many past experiences I know that the place to go when I have a yen for  real home cooking is the Cafe Pierrot in Sechelt.  We weren't disappointed when we dropped in lui week. The day's menu  featured cream of carrot .soup, curried lentil burritos, shrimp and asparagus  crepes, spaghetti bolognaise and a variety of sandwiches made with Cafe Pierrot's  own homemade brown bread.  It was a wild and wet October day with a southeaster blowing in off the water,  just the time for homemade soup. I ordered the cheese muffin to go with the carrot soup and my friend decided on the shrimp and asparagus crepe, accompanied  by a salad.  It was warm and cozy, and fun looking out the greenhouse windows at the  outrageous weather. The soup was delicious, creamy and spiced to perfection. The  absolutely huge cheese muffin had visible chunks of cheese in it, and it really  tasted cheesey. I stole a bite of the crepe, and the flavour was wonderful.  Just to delay the thought of going out again, we decided that we would just  have to have some of the delicious Pierrot carrot cake. I've often thought of asking for the recipe, because it has to be just about the best I've ever tasted, but why  bother making it myself when Cafe Pierrot does it so well?  Finally, it really was time to brave the weather, but by now, wilh all that  wonderful food, it didn't seem so bad.  But just to make sure, we both bought a loaf of the brown bread, because they  do sell it by the loaf. It was still warm, and smelted just like freshly baked bread  should, a fitting shield to the elements!  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant- Lunch and dinner specials every day. Monday Night  Bullet: 5-9. Evety Wednesday night is  Prime Rib Night. House sjxxiaWes include veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet evety Sunday from I lam-3 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9,  Sun. 4 Mon.. 1110 Tues.-Sat.  Cafe ' Pierrot- Comfortable at-  mospheere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared wilh the freshest  ingredienu ��� IxKh healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat breed and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the besdi and cappudno are  available. The <Coast's bistro...as unique  at the 1001111 itself. Mon. - Sat.  9am-Jpm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Coast dub Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  FVesh is the order of the day for all of our  menu Henu. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult environment wim European flair, which often dining at reasonable prices. Open  from 3 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 5519 Wharf Ave.. Sechdt,  885-9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  I for 60.  NIGHT ON ilil   HM,\  ����� Tor dinners only.  Fitly tend. Wednesday lo Sunday,  3pm to 9pm. Ooaed far lunch. Ooaed  from .September 3 to 11.  For reservations phone Laurie or  Heather. 883-3847.  G��ek Hotat . Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daly specials. Reservations recom-  mended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 813-9321. Open 6 pm. Oosed  Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Maitam' Kataaraat - on the  waterfront wkh one of the most spec-  a* vim In OJbeons, the Mariners'  lata to fMh nd lve seafood, and  offers a Ail rai* of lunch and dinner come. Both mania change daily,  wkh ddkious <My specials. Marine  Derive, Obanm Lwdk*. 886-2334 Mon-  day to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3.100seats. V. MC.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Oenlinental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditk)ned. Dimer reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  n\i dining  Hm Terrace at lltiaa>��h.*oot wim  an ocean panorama, Ihe Terrace �� Boa-  iiseuueDk, BMigB on the waterfront at  Gower Point, often supstb West Coaat  cut** in a "JctafMic and retail lodge  setting. R* those seeking (her dinky and  ahigha standard of service we offer tieeh  local BC food, anally  varied men  Frances' Dining Lounge - Join us  for family dining at Frances' Dining  Lounge at the Pender Harbour Hold on  Highway 101. The atmosphere is comfortable, die staff warm and friendly, and  die menu excellent. We are open from  6:30 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week for  breakfast, lunch, dinner and daily  specials. Enjoy a patio view of the har-  bour and remember that private parties  can be arranged. Call 883-9330. By the-  way. this is the same great food lhat you  enjoy at Frances' Takeout, only in more  pleasant surroundings. The Takeout is  still open from 10:30 am to 5 Monday to  Saturday.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at*  mosphere, the Omega is a people  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks anil seafood  are thdr specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Locaied in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sal 11:30 am ��� 10:30 pm.  Seats 145.  The Parthenon Greek Tavenia  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sedidt. We spedalize in Creek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Opm 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., II am - II pm. Wc are open for  lunch ��� try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from 11 am ��� 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have take-out - pizza, rites, pasla. Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 oi  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  Pronto's Restaurants Two location'  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. Ml  dinner entrees indude garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four aboul $15-320. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechdt, 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Conic, Gibsons, 8864138.  Emfc A Gam's Drive to- Take  out, et dekvoy. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, Ice  crei*m.FI��ehoiwdekvery'��ithin4iiiile*,  afta6p��ne3niy,ontl0ininimum<*dos.  Small charge for orders inks $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  In a varied ttttnu of ametliHS,  entrees and desserts tot lunch nd dktncr.  fcta flower Nat load to Ocean BaaXh  rnjlmilli Dinar 5:30*30. Sunday  Bnaachl0.10n��apreaervatiomi>nlyfe��  Brakhet * Lun*. CLOSED WED-  NESDAY, THURSDAY. Itavtfta  ifeWuauMMlad. ssxmmipeajn Amp*  Viea, M/C 8SMI88.  Backeddy Pab - Enjoy the beautiful  waterfront view (eagles and humm-  ingbkds are a common sight) from the  Badteddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  wed as the separate family dining area,  Both wkh a relaxing atmosphere- Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skookumburgrr or our greal fish & chips.  Dimer ta served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Located Vi mile north of Egmont  on Maple Road.  Cedars lSdghbourtiood Pub -  Gnat food evety day all day. Appetizers  and Ai menu along wkh terrific daily  tncWa, available IB 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmcaephere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 1*  midnight, IM. 4 Sat. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 8864171.  Irvine's .Landing Marine Pub -  Excellent lunches', dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual walerfronl  pub sating overlooking the mouth ol  Pemier Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road. Our hours arc  I lam-11 pm Saluiday and Sunday, 3pm-  llpm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Kitchen  open until 10pm on these (toys. Call  813-1143. 18.  Coast News, October 22,1990  SpOXmmS.  ���^|M r  Catching up with rugby  by John Rainer  Gibsons Rugby Club has been in hectic action recently. See report  this page. -Kent Sheridan photo  Duffy's progress  by Rufus Cohen  Tony Duffy had lo dig deep  lasl weekend in Ihe Provincial  Challenges lo earn his birth to  compete in ihe Canadian Nationals on November I in Hull,  Quebec.  Although Duffy had defeated  number two ranked Canadian  Allan Bayne twice earlier this  season, the BCABA somehow  felt the Prince George protege  was entitled to another shot.  Bayne packed his bags last  June to initiate an apprenticeship under the watchful eye  of trainer Lou Duva in Texas.  Duva has etched his mark on a  gold or silver medal al the nationals which will entitle Duffy  to pursue a berth on the 1992  Olympic Team.  Duffy's past accomplishments include: 1981-90 Provincial Champion; 1984 National  Silver Medalist; I98S National  Champion; 1986 National Silver  Medalist; 1987 National Champion; 1987 World Championships, Cuba Bronze Medalist;  1987 European Championships  Finland, Gold Medalist; 1987  Scandanavian Invitational,  Silver Medalist; 1988 Olympic  Trials Bronze Medalist; three  time Golden Boy and two time  Diamond Boy.  wfo  Registration fee $230.00  $75.00 Note refundable deposit  required. Balance by Nov. 1st, 1990.  Lute registration may be accepted,  however, cost will be $300.00  WEEKEND BY THE SEA  Nov. 16/17 67 18th  Intense Meditation  with Peter Morris  at Rockwood Lodge in  Beautiful Sechelt, B.C.  For further Info  please call Kalawna  at 883-4883 - Sechelt.  Hi there rugby enthusiasts!!!  Sorry about the gap in reporting  our past few weeks. Hopefully  you made il out to witness the  trials and errors of our newest  batch of Pigs, but if not, here's  a run-down of the past three  home games.  Enjoying the comforts of  home field advantage didn't  quite live up to Ihe expectations  thai our fine coach had hoped  tor, but he did see major improvements and tremendous en-  thusiasm, a little more  knowledge of the game, and  practical experience. This group  of lads will be challenging for  the championship.  September 29, Kats 11 Pigs 8  A beautiful day for rugby it  was. As the score would indicate, the local side was much  mote impressive than their first  few outings. It was evident that  ihey had learned a great many  things; a) to want the ball and b)  lo score! Ya!!  This was a good battle both  ways, tine running and good  defences, giving the inexperienced Pigs a great boost in morale.  Unfortunately a loss was in the  cards ihis day. The bright notes,  mind you, are that we scored  two tries.  The first was a splendiferous  effort by Brent (Chips) For-  cade. The scrummers fought  hard and won the ball, out il  came to Chips and slicing  through the hole; then popping  Ihe ball over his defenders'  heads and scooping it up for the  short burst to the try line.  Later in the match, a well  deserved score was made by Slu  (Power) Frizzell. After once  again winning the loose play  ball, Power came along, gobbled it up and drove two Kats  backwards into the end zone.  Yippee! All in all a fine effort  by everyone.  October 6, Scribes 22 Pigs 4  Well, well, we're not too stye  what happened from one week  to the next. A few bodies were  missing from the previous week,  but this shouldn't have created  this kind of deficit.  Good spirit and an abundant  turn-out made this look like a  fortunate time to turn the losses  into victories. Alas, we came  out on the short end of the stick  once more.  At this point the victories are  not the games won, but the  positive attitude of the boys in  blue. One such is the play of  Tom (Slasher) Mulligan.  Being a complele newcomer  lo the sport, Slasher is showing  promise of being a stand-up,  straight-ahead runner. Case in  point in this match: The fellows  of the scrum finally came up  with the clean ball to the backs  and away they wenl. Dashing  downfield with grace and ease,  Eric (Gel Me Print) Larndcr  took the ball, meeting opposition near the goal line, he dished  out a wonderful pass and  Slasher did ihe rest. Culling in  and out, breaking through for  his first try of the thousands to  come. Ya! Brilliance coming  out.  Exciting, but loo bad not  enough on the scoreboard.  October 13, VRC 21 Pigs 9  Size played a big proponent  in this week's match. The  Rowers came up with some  large humans to do battle  against the Pigs. Being  outweighed and still having that  inexperience nagging at them,  the locals tried gamely.  Out of Ihis game, believe it or  not, we now have a leading  scorer. Yikes! He likes to mention this at any and all times.  No, Slasher is not so lucky at  Ihis point in his career.  With the opposition leaning  the wrong way, Chips Forcade  gathered up the pill and pranced  gleefully to the line. Not bad for  a 29 year old Montrealer.  Taking a pounding, bul still  giving il iheir all, the Pigs came  oul just short of being on top of  Ihe storecard.  Don't forge*! to watch for the  home game sign. Upcoming  are: October 27, vs Meralomas  II; November 10, vs Trojans;  Noveml>er 17, vs Chilliwack  and December I, vs Ex-Brit  Lions.  One last reminder! The  Hallowe'en Hog Bop (dance) is  coming to you this weekend,  October 27, at Roberts Creek  Hall. Live band, The Grames  Bros. Tickets available at Ernie  & Gwen's, Big Mac's and from  all club members ��� see ya  there!!!  Power squad Invites  What's it like living on a  boat?  Find out Friday, October 26  at 8 pm. Come out and hear all  about it first hand from Becky  Beaton. The meeting will be  held at the Cedars Inn in the  meeting room and is sponsored  by the Sunshine Coast Power  and Sail Squadron.  Everyone is welcome ���  general admission is $2.  Refreshments will be served and  draws for door prizes will be  held.  So come on out and treat  yourself to something different.  Enquiries call Art at 886-3294.  Now On Sale At  KERN'S Coast News, October 22,1990  19.  A sports profile  Hubie Joe dedicated to youth coaching  by BMly Morton  Where's the beef? Hey, he's  walkin' in my door right this  moment, his IO-speed still  vibrating against the wall outside.  At 45 ��� and a solid 210 lbs  ��� Hubie 'Hub' Joe figures he's  still an athlete to be reckoned  with, which accounts for the  bike and the swimming he put  in this summer. He broke his  kneecap in a softball game a  while back and it's the weak  point he's working on now.  One of those specimens of  manhood who seem to consist  of an eerie blend of baby-soft  gentleness and gonzo Captain  Crunch, Hubie figures to keep  working out, drop 20 or so, and  then play soccer again for the  Over 30 League.  Bul at the moment Hubie is  doing something that comes just  about as easy to him as  breathing. Coaching soccer. In  this case a team called the Blue  Machine, according to 'Hub' a  fierrce group of schoolyard soccer warriors which he sees a  great future for.  Considering that they're six  and seven years old, they've got  all the time they need to realize  thdr promise.  And with Hubie Joe guiding  them, they should have  something of an edge. After all,  Hubie has been coaching off  and on for longer than he can  sometimes accurately  remember, but there's been a  few blown by the goalie down  through the seasons, and the  'Hub' can recall just about all  of them.  "I didn't know how to coach  little kids ��� I've been used lo  working with teenagers and  young men", Hubie says, still  puffing a bit from the ride. "So  I took the Level I of the National Coaching Certification  Program ��� about 16 hours in  all.  "I more or less went to seek  information as to how to build  my knowledge into the six to  Uuble Joe coaches "The Blue Machine" la the fine points of soccer. -Rose iNlckolsoa pholo  NON-IMPACT AEROBICS  H looks great to fed good!  A naw dimension in fitness...  Standing tai chi, tai kwon edo, jem, bolot, modern dance & yoga  With Zeta Gaudet  at B Fit on North Rd.  ^"> MON.  TUES  WED  THURS  FRI  sat"  10 AM  NIA  NIA  NIA  NIA 1  5 PM  NIA  NIA  6 PM  NIA  NIA  1  Gain without pain - this Is the rallying cry ol tha new NIA Techn:,.; - the hottest trend In Illness today because It's nothing like anything you've ever experienced. Barefoot cardiovascular conditioning, muscle definition. elastic flexibility. 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Hubie smiled, exhaled  mightily, and his eyes danced  back into the past, like a kid  remembering a .particular mo-  menu on a blind date when he  truly began to see.  "It was Brother Wallish ���  he was a monk from New York  ��� who taught me how to train  my body and mind starting  when I was eight years old. He  was a sports teacher at the  Borden School ��� wlwre the  Band Administration is now."  Hubie grins, the wisps of  memory .becoming more tantalizing. "The teachers were all  nuns ��� 'cept for Brother  Wallish. He said to us '1 don't  know soccer ��� I know football  ��� but I do know how to train  your body into a perfect running machine!' "  Hubie worked under Brother  Wallish for eight slug-it-out  years. "I adopted a lot of his  training techniques when I  started coaching", Hubie states  with recollected pride. "Brother  Wallish had the greatest influence on me as a soccer player  in my life."  "In about 1966", Hubie  retails, "my kid brother Howie,  Lloyd Jackson, and me tried  out for the Sechelt Chiefs. But  there were 27 guys turned out  for the 17 spots, te we decided  to form our own team ��� called  ourselves the Hotspurs."  A Hubie chuckle, a crinkled  grin, and 24-odd years slip  away.  "In our second season we  went to the Wakefield Inn ���  just having a beer. There's a  bunch of us. Including Lloyd  Jackson. Someone says 'Hey,  let's get another name!' So we  kicked it around, kicked around  a whole bunch of names."  Hubie is silent for a moment,  eyes heavy-lidded as if he's feeling his way back into the Inn  and up to the table. " 'Aw,  shit!', Lloyd Jackson finally  says. 'Let's call ourselves the  Sechelt Renegades." to   ,'  The 'Hub' touched back  down in 1990 and smiled, rein-  vigorated, "The name stuck ���  and the team stuck, too! It's still  Strikes  and Spares  going strong. Haven't lost a  game this year. So far."  An off-hand remark alluding  to Brother Wallish's training of  "perfect running machines"  elicited a story about Hubie's  early career as a runner which  this writer feels belongs in some  kinda sports story hall of fame.  "In about 19621 was running  retd good in the 880", Hubie  dredges up happily, "In fact, I  qualified for the Junior Olympics. Thai was mostly because  my mother was training me. Up  at six in the morning every day  lo run. She broke a broom on  my butt because I didn't want to  get out of bed."  Hubie's back there again,  rummaging around in his own  personal field of dreams which,  in his case, unlike so many of  us, consisted of realities, not  wishes or wannabees.  "It was a Saturday that I was  supposed to run out at Empire  Stadium", the 'Hub' begins  slowly, like the little engine that  did ��� again and again.  "But I had got a job ��� I think  my first real one ��� fighting  fires. For two weeks leadin' up  to the Junior Olympics I was  out on Potlatch Creek fightin'  fires.  "Well, apparently my dad  got word to the camp about my  track meet at the stadium. They  sent a chopper to get me! They  just pulled me down off that  mountain. So, I jumped into the  chopper after telling them  where to send my check."  Hubie laughs, a granite-and-  3104*  CLASSIC:  Lee lent!  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"They flew me to the bottom  of the mountain, there Ihey  whipped me to Port Mellon by  speedboat. Then il was by car to  Sechelt, where my mom and  dad had everything packed and  ready to go. We jump in the car  and make il lo Empire Stadium  for my race ��� the 880.  "Well, I'm standing there  and up runs a girl on our team  who tells me that I'm 30  minutes late for my event."  "You know, I was probably  in the very best shape of my life  al that time", Hubie suggests,  "I had been humping il up and  down that mountain ��� sometimes haulin' myself by ropes ���  and after two weeks of this in  thin air at 4000 fret, my legs  were strong like iron."  Hubie stands up slowly, his  body rising from the plush chair  in smooth, unfolding stage's.  "Hey, Billy, I still wanna  play. That's why the bike:  That's why I'm coaching those  Ikids in a way. I love to play,  iman. I really love the game."  Soccer to me, 'Hub.'  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Patios, Orlveways,  Sidewalks, Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK. CALL US!  886-7022  mr arsr or st��vicr*l  Swanson's  [.j��HOuactNfa��LDis��ArCM_     .     ���   accounts .  885*96661 1885-53331  i etatch Pleenw em ih* aeuehlH Cam  Glbweea ��� Seach.ll a Pindar Harbou,  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site Sechelt, B.C.  .caii-aaswe    V0N3A0 jimrobinson  Craftsman  EXCAVATING  HITACHI EX120  Call Don 085-7240 alter 8pm  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SERVICE  and Landacaping  936-2086  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd!  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  885-2447  886-3558  Wt dig m, aunehktt Ctmtl  lorkeifirc (Barftcner  ^i General Garden Maintenance  ���     Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  J Rock Walls et Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  ZpSopSnT  NAT. 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Low Sat Sup)  Depart Arrival  ll          5:45 1:41 Ltagd*    6:10 2:10  7:45 1:41 NnvTir.  8:10 4:10  9:45 5:41 10:10 1:10  11:45 7:45 IMI 1:11  Mai aae meal K Mn�� un*  Gibsons Bus Schedule  'CeMnects l:M Ferry rm  ROUTE 1  lela BoeeeieateixH Wooilcim SC Moteee Hum Pl.kl  MM  FARES  Oul ol Town  In Town  Depart  7:00'  9:00  11:00  1:00  3:00  9:00  7:00  Arrive  7:30  9:30  11:30  1:30  3:30  5:31  7:31  Adults Seniors Children Stud. Comm Tickets  51.50 $100 .75 st.OO $1 25/rlde  75 75       75        75  These tr.insportation schedules sponsored by  > SttHCIWt RQWM  1   <**" J     INSURANCE TRAVEL  _ 886-2000 886*9255  ft        Red Ca/pet Service From ftHadiy Pnttttlontlt In Sunnyctett Mill, Olbaoni.  *ITP\  friS Coast News, October 22,1990  21.  Spraying in Salmon Inlet is opposed  Continued from page 15  students were lo attempt to base  their studies on the results of  one study alone, they would be  failed on the grounds lhat "the  research was invalid because to  ignore the research of other  studies that refuted the data  constituted incomplete evidence."  Cohl also referred lo a conversation wilh John Alvarez,  caretaker at Clowholm Lodge at  Ihe head of Salmon Inlet, who  reported that "something is  changing."  "He's finding cod lhal have  cancer around their mouths and  inside their bodies," said Cohl.  "He says it's attout one in eight.  And not a single kokanee was  caught from Ihe beginning of  Augusl 10 the beginning of October. That's never happened  before.  "I'm not saying lhal this is  because of herbicides, but this  type of change usually happens  from putting something into the  environment that does not  belong there."  "This community has made its  point.   Our   message  is  that  nobody should consider spraying anywhere in our district.  "Nobody, - nowhere."  Michael   Conway-Brown,  long active  in  the  fight  to  establish   environmentally  friendly   forestry   practices,  outlined for the board several  alternate methods of brush  management such as girdling,  slashing and sheep grazing lhal  he maintained would effectively  solve any problems.  He quoted a Swedish study  which concluded lhal "the great  majority of conifer stands can  be cleared efficiently and  economically with manual and  mechanical methods."  Conway-Brown warned of  Ihe danger to the workers who  use Ihe herbicides, because the  protective clothing recommended by the manufacturer is so uncomfortable that most of them  don't bother to use it. "My experience is that the coned safety equipment is not used in the  field because it's simply too uncomfortable."  He also pointed out that  secondary resources of wild  medicinal herbs, mushroom and  salal gathering can be as  economically valuable as the  timber on a logged over site and  the use of Vision would destroy  these resources. "A lot of people make their living year round  harvesting these plants," he  said.  Conway-Brown said that in  his experience, contrary lo the  claims made for it, Vision does  nol kill brush like salmonberry  and thimbleberry. "It's a  chemical mowing, it sets them  back, but it does not kill ihem.  "It's unfortunate that the  Sunshine Coast  Services  Directory  HEATING  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  -Certified-  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  Vinyl Siding.  DEAL WITH AN ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  BOX 884, SECHELT, B.C.  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Industrial Products  a Wire Rope & Rigging  a Welding Supplies  Gibsons 886-2480  Port Mellon 884-8303  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across Irom Kenmac)  Van. Direct 689-7387  Forest Service and the companies take the attitude that  ihese non-chemical methods are  something that have to tie  fought," he concluded. "It  would be so much belter if they  looked on ihem as something lo  be worked with and  developed."  Rod Beaumont, stating the  case for Clowholm, claimed  that herbicide spraying was the  only economically viable solution for the specific situation the  company was dealing with, and  was necessary to "enable it to  meet its legal obligation to reestablish a coniferous forest in  this area. Provincial legislation  requires lhal coniferous forests  of a suitable species be reestablished as soon as possible  after harvesting."  He claimed that the rough  terrain presented a significant  danger to the crews that would  be involved in manual brushing  and that several treatments  would be necessary. "Thwe are  not people living near ihe area  to be sprayed," he added, "and  there will be minimal exposure  lo Ihe crews using the spray  which will be applied from the  road with a high powered nozzle."  "Representatives from the  Ministry of Environment, Fish  and Wildlife Branch, and the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans are satisfied that the Vision application poses minimal  and acceptable risk to the fish  and wildlife in the area, providing conditions of the permit  are adhered to.  "Alternate methods of controlling the brush are not effective on the species in the area,  such as salmonberry, thimbleberry and big leaf maple."  When challenged by Mac-  Cartney for accepting incomplete evidence on the alleged safety of Vision, Beaumont  replied, "I'm not a toxicologist  or a herbicide expert. We're  relying on the opinions of these  agencies. We're using it as a  tool."  "Are you insured (against the  effects of a spill)?" asked Mac-  covered for the cost of  cleanup," replied Beaumont. "I  don't know if we're covered for  down-the-road liability costs."  Bayne Vance, from the  Pesticide Branch of the Ministry  of Environment, appearing as a  witness for the board, attested  that Weldwood had complied  with all his department's required regulations.  He told the board that the  Pesticide Branch referred Ihe  application to other agencies including the Ministry of Health,  the Ministry of Forms, the  Ministry of Agriculture and the  federal Environmental Protection Service, and none of Ihese  agencies had raised any objections lo Ihe permit, provided all  the regulations and restrictions  were observed.  Vance told the Board thai a  review panel in Vancouver was  currently re-examining Ihe process by which pesticides (which  is the  TIME TO  WINTERIZE  YOUR CAR  include herbicides) are  registered and was soliciting input from any interested groups  or individuals.  "The fact that the registration is in the hands of an agency  (the Ministry of Agriculture)  who lends to be looked oh as  the fox that's guarding the  chicken house, brings the  registration process into question, because agriculture is the  main user of pesticides," said  Vance.  "Do you think the various  bodies that approved this application were aware of the risk  factor from POEA?" asked Dr.  Smart.  "I thin'- so," replied Vance  and continued on to say that  there is a move by authorities in  Ottawa to recognize the dangers  of dioxins and dioxin-like  materials in foods.  Ruling on the hearing will be  released in about a month.  by Suncoast Motors' Staff of  QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS  Commercial Vehicle  Inspection Facility  Courtesy  Can  'mailable  Private Vehicle  Inspection Facility  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  L  T  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy  Qlbsons ��� near Pralt  Cartney.  886-8213  We're   probably' only  If it/s not  running rigjit, speak  with the  original owner.  Now that you're recycling your paper, returning your containers,  reusing your scrap and composting your waste, you might  want to join others in praying for this green earth God gave us.  If it's worth saving, isn't it worth praying for?  Show your spirit. Come back to church.  The Anglican Church  For more information call 684-6306 22.  Coaat News, October 22,1990  f!COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  Homes 8,  Property  OPEN HOUSE  Sal., Ocl. ��, 1*3 pa  337 Wells Lane,  Lower Gibsons  1650 sq. It. contemporary  home. 3 bedrooms and  den. lilt, skylights, perfect  lor the artist. Close to  marina, stores and transportation.  Diana Starbuck 88*-<M0e  leannie Howden S**-S729  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  The Coaat News  (Madeira Perk Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  - IN HALFMOON BAY -  B <& J StOfe 885-9435  - IN SECHELT -  The Coast News2  (Cowrie Street) 8*5-3930  - IN DAVIS BAY -  Peninsula Market 885.9721  - IN WILSON CREEK -  Wilson Creek Campground 8855937  - IN ROBERTS CREEK -  Seaview Market 885-3400  - IN GIBSONS -  The Coaat Newa  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  Nice level cleared lol in quiet  area. $26,000 Call alt. 6pm.  886-7362. #45  5.1 acres $59,000 close to terry,  1000' road Irontage, Hydro.  886-9049. #46si  Pender HarDour view lot, serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900.  270-2958/8839095.       #43sr  Semi-walerlront lot by owner,  65x130. serviced, very nice area.  good fishing. 3 km to village,  $35,000.885-2544.        #44sr  Unique 3 bdrm. 3 bath home,  spectacular view, approx. 2500  sq. ft. 883-9418-988-4310.  #43sr  Best level lot on Southwood Road.  6/10 acre, school close by.  885-9323. #42sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, private, no reas. offer  refused, Irade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #44s  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your Oder. 886-2694.  144s  1700 sq. It. Panabode rancher,  ocean view, genuine bargain al  $120,000. Drive by 950 CHeryl  Ann Park Road (Lower Road.  Roberts Creek) and phone lor  appt. to view. 886-2694.    #44s  5 Acres, corner lot $49,900  Langdale. Hydro, water, creek  886-9049 owner #45  5 improved acres Rbts. Ck  highway view, lease back, carry  interest  Iree  mortgage,   no  agents 885-3458. #45  By owner, tidal waterlronl. 13.5  acres. 2 creeks, view, highway  Irontage. 883-1122. #45  ANDERSON RULTV  ���Retirement  F8EE CATAL08UE  5686 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 185-21(9  Van. Toll Free 8(4-8016  Lot 23 Central Rd.. 50x105  view, level, 3 km to terry  872-1064. #44sr  For sale by owner, ft acre lot on  Gibsons Bluff, fantastic vlewl Fully services, top access, to view  call 886-8757. #45sr  Cochrane   Road,   good  large  building lot, close to marina &  beaches. $27,500. 885-4501.  #47s  Amanda and Leah (and Sandy, tooDwUI be happy  to help you place yaw Claeelf led Ad af Penlnaula  Market, our Friendly People Piece In Davis Bey.  $40,000 down buys you view lot  with 2 houses and $22,800/year  revenue. Owner will linance. Let  the rent do the rest. $179,000.  886-8327. #47s  For sale or trade. 3 bdrm. condo,  $69,500, 3 baths, 5 appls.,  patio, quality carpets, very clean,  ocean view, nice gardens. 2  blocks from beach on level street,  easy walk to stores, schools, rec.  centre and exercise track in  beautilul Powell River. 485-4687.  #43  Pender Harbour, 5211 Wesjac  Road, 2 bedroom chalet, all services, $49.500.876-4777.   #43  Soames Point rancher, Feeney  Rd., new 3 bdrm., kitchen nook,  close to beach, 2 bathrooms,  large garage, partial view. By  owner, $139,000 oilers.  886-7830. #44  Cecil and Carol Dull are thrilled to  announce the arrival of their  daughter. Carly Marie born October 12. 1990. weighing 7  pounds, 8Vi ounces. Proud  grandparents are Harold and Cora  Parrell and Dorothy Dull. New  Glasgow. NS. Special thanks to  Or. Peter Wilson. Dr. Overhlll, Dr.  Norman and Dr. Berinsteln and all  the nursing stall at St. Mary's. A  very special thanks to Colleen lor  all her support. #43  Obituaries  HOLLIS: Passed away suddenly  on October 19,1990, John Lane  Hollis. late of Sechelt, age 26  years. Survived by his loving  lamlly: parents, Betty and Dennis  Hollis; sister, Wendy Hollis ol  Vancouver, grandmother. Rose  Hollis, ol Maple Ridge Funeral  service Tuesday. October 23 at 2  pm in the Chapel ol Devlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons. Cremation to follow. #43  PASSMORE: William, age 34.  died suddenly October 8. 1990.  [He Is survived by his loving wile  Carol. 4 children. Lydla, William.  Sophia and Amy. Carol's parents  Mr. a Mrs. Nelson and lamlly.  His parents Mr. & Mrs. C.E.  Passmore. brothers Jack and  Charles, sisters Helen, Margaret,  Julia. Sylvia and marian. Funeral  service was held on Saturday,  October 13 al St. Anselm's  Anglican Church. Vancouver.  William graduated Irom  Elphinstone High School In 1973.  received MSc In Electrical  Engineering at UBC in 1989 and  was employed by BC Hydro.  He dedicated his lime lo his  lamlly, Iriends. his church and a  Durbar-Point Grey Scout Troop.  He was also a member of the RC  Legion. #43  Announcements   ll   Announcements  David and Matthew welcome a  new baby brother Michael Ryan,  born October 10,1990 weighing,  6 pounds. 10 ounces. Proud  parents are Gord and Michele  McLennan, grandparents Jean  McLennan ol Sechelt; Muriel  Neumann ol Sechelt: Alfred  Neumann ol Roberts Creek end  great-grandmother Margaret  McLennan ol Vancouver. Special  thanks lo Dr. Alice Westlake and  the nursing stall of St. Mary's.  #43  Obituaries  HORN: On October 12, 1990,  Donald Winlon Horn of 3467  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, aged  60 years. Survived by his loving  wile Mary, 2 sons, Michael of  Delta & Dan ol Hallmoon Bay, 1  daughter, Mrs. S. (Susan) Godwin ol Edmonton. His mother,  Christine Horn, 1 brother, Jerry,  1 sister, Mrs. Wanda Robertson,  all ol Surrey. 1 Sister, Mrs. D.  (Joan) Fulton ol Delta and 6  grandchildren. Funeral service  was held Monday, October 15,  1990 al 2:30 pm Irom the Chapel  ol Devlin Funeral Home. Ed  Peters officiated. Cremation.  #43  HARRINGTON: On October 15,  1990, James Edward Harrington  ol RR#4 Bonniebrook, Gibsons  BC. Aged 72 years. Survived by  daughter. Olive Frances Harrington. His wile Marie, 1  daughter, Maria harrington, 1  stepson Brian, 1 stepdaughter,  Joan, all In Vancouver. 4 Grandchildren, 2 greal grandchildren.  Funeral was Thursday, October  18, 1990 at 2:30 pm Irom the  Chapel of Devlins Funeral Home.  Reverend Stan Sears ollicialed.  Cremation. #43  In Memorlam  We wish to thank our lamily and  Iriends lor making our Golden Anniversary such a happy occasion.  Greetings, flowers and your attendance were greatly appreciated. What a surprisel  Jack & Marjorle Gibb #43  In Memory ol Olal Storvold  Sometimes we still see your smile  or wish you were here  to BS awhile ��� whether It be  your physical presence, your  honesty, knowledge or common  sense, we miss you every single  day. In some special way  Love lamily & friends #43  Tlte But Deal Aioiuutl  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  4  AA (minimum) for 10 wards  mt%9 each additional word  IBirlhs, Lotl & Found FREED  "Suite Sett"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pod for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid bv  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  AU. CLASSIFIED ADS must be  PRE-PAID before Insertion.  VISA A MASTERCARD accepted   !<  (15oo  8100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yeeurliel featuring 1 item only, will iun 4cnn  serui.ve. wwiki. then will be. cancelled unless  veeu   lllslrucl   ui   lee   Knew   .1   BY   NOON  SATURDAY. IN.it Available. |u commercial  rtilee'rlese'lsl  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & sechdt offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099,  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane, Gibsons 886*2622  FAX: 886-7725 Gibsons  885*3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  Pender Harbour Ollice  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Ki;  Do you need some inlormation to  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Information Servtee  615-5181; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Sunshine Coast Transition House  845-2944 - A sale place lor  women and children In crisis.  TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #46  Royal Albert China, SECHELT  HMDWME885-2171.       TFN  Gaia Matrix Oracle Workshop with  Rowena Pattee Kryder. Oct. 27th  at Rockwood Centre. To Register  call 885-7702. #43  Accupressure Massage.  Improve circulation,  Relieve muscle strain, relax.  Peggy Francis ��� 886-4545  by appointment. #45  Lonely50's,5'5"150lbs.,N/S,  S/D, retired, financially secure  seeking woman to share Ilia's  ups and downs and bring some  meaning Inlo my life. I enjoy  boating, camping, Iravel, home  lile. Would appreciate reply Irom  person ol similar Interests to Box  419, c/o Coast News, Box 68,  Sechell, BC VON 3A0. #43  31.  #43  Earn Iree Christmas gilts while  socializing wilh Iriends. Tupper-  ware! Lynn 883-2923.        #45  Joel Brass and associates Is  again proud to Oder the seminar  An Introduction to the work ol  Low' on the Sunshine Coast.  Nov. 17/18 lor more Inlormation  call lan al 885-7891 or Wendy at  885-7132. #45  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dlsluncllonal lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-8185 lor help.  TFN  UWTY CHURCH  You are wetaxne lo join us In exploring Unity prlnclptos. Sunday  Study Group at 10am & Service at  1 lam. Also Inner-Power Group on  Tues. it 7pm. CHI 886-9184 lor  Into. TFN  ��aa����Mt��������.a  BROOKS 8 MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Res88S50S8  trmm���maammmsr  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone In your lamlly have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 8657464. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  School District No. 41  (Sunshine Coatl)  INDUSTRIAL  FIRST AID  Eve/Wkend Course begins  Nov. 23 Call Continuing  Education to Register el  685-2991  Phone us today about our selection ol beautilul personalized  wedding  Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  MB NEW �� USEO  Midnight  Madness Sale)  Oct. 27th, H2  Enrythtag MM te Sal  Are you and your lamlly getting  enough nutrients? For testing  and correcting your nutritional  weaknesses, deficiencies and imbalances, 885-7033 Valerie L.  Brotherton, RNC, Registered  Nutritional Consultant.        #43  HALLOWE'EN  For Old* ftk  Times S       >*|  soke Wjr  Ms To Stg^jpir  Browsers WeicomeW%  1095 Hwy. 101 al Pratt Rd  Gibsons 886-8261  Oct. 25/90  There was a girl  named Owlie.  Who knew how lo  speak quite toul-ly.  For her Birthday  this year,  Jusi buy her a beer,  lhal will keep  her Irom being  so grimly.  #43  Good Fun- (toed Csusel  Community Services Gala Event,  Nov. 3 at 7pm. tickets $30 ($10  lax receipt) Inlo: 885-5881.  #43  FREE  LAW CLASS  Separation. Divorce  8 Mediation  Monday, Oct. 29th  7:30 - 9:30 pnt  Communily Services  Olfice  5638 Inlet Ave., Sechell  For more Inlo 4 registration  885-5881  Going away? Will take good care  ol your home, pets, plants, yard  work, repairs, etc. Good refs.,  leave mess, tor Dave at  885-9509, 12 mon to 8pm.   #43  Portraits with a difference. Angina  J. Boe 886-7955. #43  One long navy suede glove,  Sechelt. 885-4816. #43  Fern, medium sin dog. black J.  lan, double dew claws I white  Ilea  collar,   Pen  Hotel  area,  answers to Brandy. 886-8741.  #43  Child's size 8 black, hooded  polar fleece jacket at Dougall Park  around Ocl. 1. Call 886-3119 alt  5:30 pm. #43  Light blue boy's parka, purple  fleece lining, label R.E.I.  886-3541. #43  Fern, dog, black & while Terrier  X, Egmont area, answers to  Gremlin. Reward. 883-1165. #43  Cordless phone handset Fri.  afternoon, Davis Bay to Sechelt  Mall. Reward. 885-9597.     #43  White Persian cat, E. Porpoise  Bay area. Reward $75.  885-5713. #43  SECHELT HARDWARE Open Sundays, 10-4 TFN  Ladles gold ring, in Horseshoe  Bay, unusual, with Inscription.  September 29th. 947-0413. #43  Petsl  Livestock  f  (3MAGUS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Free - need to And home, owner  moving to Australia. 4 yr. old  purebred white Kuvos lamlly dog,  gd. with children. Phone  886-9277. #43  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line of bird seed  And much more.  Duality Farm a Garden  Supply ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYINB PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway  101,  Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce Ihe pet overpopulation problem ��� spay or  neuter your pel. TFN  Canine consultant, ottering obedience & intruder awareness  training. Reg Robinson.  886-2382.  TFN  pr lor men - a 10  wk. group with Lee Nicholas,  sponsored by Project Parent,  Tues. eves., Nov. 13/90 to Feb.  5/91 at Community Services,  Sechelt. For inlormalion and  registration call Community Services. 885-5881. #45  Diet Centre closing oul sale, 30%  olf everything. 886-3438.    #43  a      Lynn TtewilMnMn     B  I   REGISTERED   I  ��� REFLEXOLOGIST!  > M"7N fmb ���  PSYCHIC READINGS  Phone tor appointment. Kalawna  885-4883.  5776 Anchor M.. Sechen. up hill  from Tyee on right, look for sign.  Pasture required for mare,  Sechelt/Rbls. Ck. Also Irailer  space lor horse Irom S.  Okanagan io Sechelt. 885-7906.   #43  Lew Down Hounds Reed. Basset  Kennel, expecting an outstanding  liner due Oct. 29 CKC Registered  Irom ch. stock to show homes or  |usl plain loving (by prior reservation). Call Charlotte 885-2630.  #43  Oceanvlew quarter horse, horses  boarded, lull care only. Riding  lessons beginners to advanced,  lesson horse available. Phone  886-9470. #43  Goat breeding, red brown buck  with recessive pens tor curly hair.  Stall. Fee - $20. 885-2819.   #43  7 Head ol horses lor sale or lesse,  lor 30 hrs. per month/$90. Also  horseshoeing, livestock hauled,  trailer I horsebox tor renl.  886-7467. #45  Cockatleli Cage plus Food! $50.  886-2088. #45  Young milk cow, Jersey cross  $850.866-2452. #43  Piano Tuning  #  KeaOafc-MfH  886-2843  Guitar lessons available - Call  ���blOVS. OOS"4Dif4. r*H  Fall Paint Sale SECHEIT HARD-  WME885-2171. TFN  Guitar lessons, all styles avail.,  singers wanteo, male barbershop, also sopranos. Nlkkl  885-9091. #43  Mexico, 2 return tickets, Vancouver to San Jose Del Cabo. with  1 week's accommodation, leaving Nov. 2/90, reluming Nov.  11/90. S700ea. 886-8333  Radial arm saw,  10  pressure canner.  883-9319/866-3748 (mess.)  #43  Small rubber tired or crawler type  loader/backhoe, reasonable  866-3262. #45  Filing cabinet; adding machine; &  bookcase. Call 886-2622, ask lor  Anne. TFNS  WILD MUSHROOMS lor cash!  886-2844 or 886-2671.       #43  12' aluminum boal, cement mlX'  er. home welder. 886-7421. #43  Secure parking lor large truck,  Sechelt, monthly rate paid.  883-9483. #44  Pine mushrooms, upper Roberts  Creek. 685-9620. #44  immediately:   old   small  refrigerator. 885-4503 eves.  Child's skis, poles 4 boots & binding. 866-3641. #44  ROBERTS CREEK  Want to purchase any pictures,  books, etc. on the history and  growth of Roberts Creek. John  Opp 886-4671. #48  Old wooden framed windows In  gd. cond., sliding patio doors,  single or double, with or without  frames. 885-3995. #44  Books by Jelfery Farnol,  especially Black Bartholomys  Treasure, Martin Consibys  Vengeance. 886-7420.       #43  22 pumpkins lor Navy League  Hallowe'en Party on or belore  Tues.. Oct. 23.886-8796.    #43  6-10 ton hydraulic winch.  883-9910. #45  Wanted: adull horns lor clean,  healthy, spayed calico cat.  683-2296. #45  Shepherd X puppies, 8 weeks  old, purebred mother. 883-9921.  #45  Garage Sales  Sal., Oct. 27, 10-3, at 873  HlllcrestRd., Gibsons.       #43  "���to or shine basement sals,  aawing mtchlne, typewriter, kids  pool, exercise bike, toys, tools  tte. Sun., Ocl. 28, 10-2, 545  Sargent ^.tittnon,,       m  The Mlddletons' Clean House  -Costumes - Costumes  -Costumes. 12 yrs. of dance snd  theatre costumes. Child sire 4 to  adult size 12. maybe hr Hallo-  wssn? Sat., Oct. 27, 1538  Cy|��ss Way, Woodcrsek Park.  886-8185. #43  ;; : .���.���.���..:���.��� r. ..-.������.-.-,...,., *���>���.-,'-������: ��� ;���: ��� :.   ���'��� ���;������>:;-';^^^ Coast News, October 22,1990  23.  jarage Sales  Cralt Faire, Sal, Oct. 27,  7-9f)m, Wilson Creek Hall,  dessert, coffee. #43  Rainbow Pre-School Giant Flea  market. Sunday. Nov. 4, 14.  ���*>*srts Creek Community Hall!  eSook your table early. Phone  Sheila 886-3965. #44  Barter 8. Trade  Will trade Backhoe work for  carpentry work.  886-3910 or  885-9011.   #43  Toys!   Toys!   Toys!   SECHELT  HARDWARE 885-2171 TFN  Finders    ft"  Keepers $  Antiques. .  Collectibles ��� Jewellery  2nd Hand ��� Furniture  Tools ��� Building Supplies  Our New Location  706 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Across from DtVncs  886-4551  ��� 6 YDS. DEL'D - j  ��� 9 YDS. DEL'D - $60  ��� BOBCAT AVAILABLE  LYLE FORBES  683-9907  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  865-5644  TFN  White moulded fibreglass  bathtub. $100.886-4743. #44sr  Wood stove, gd. quality, old  Findlay airtight, easily heats  1200-1600 sq.lt.. asking $250.  886-8562. TFNS  ��� NAVVY JACK  ��� CRUSHER DUST  ��� 1. CLEAR ROCK  ��� DRAINROCK  ��� % MINUS GRAVEL  �� BOBCAT AVAILABLE  Lyle Forbes  883-9907  Rocky Mountain "Fusion"  mountain bike. 21 sp. Shimano  hypergllde. orig. componenlry  and brake set, upgraded to Deore  XT 2 linger brake levers, Rltchey  quad tires, grab-on grips, great  ofl-road bike $575; 18" Irame.  Allegro Blackcomb 16 speed  mountain bike, totally rebuilt,  newly painted. Shimano Deore  components, 2 linger brake  levers, Tioga T-Bone stem,  Prestige handlebars. Farmer  John Tires. 19" Irame. $575.  Days 686-9394, eves. 886-9355.  #43  20' and 31' Common trusses  w/gables, 26'6" dual pilch wilh  gable, 41 flat trusses, 20' span.  Prices negotiable. Alpine Truss.  886-8233, 866-8201 evenings.  #43  SUNSHINE COAST  YACHTS  Located at  Gibsons Marina  fall Heieera 10 AM - Dirk  Open 7 Daya A W��k  ~5Sir  21' Wniiiti'ii. on Trailer  S1SOO  27' Catallna, lull sails,  diesel power (sails)  .  S24.500  29' Wooden Sloop, 6'I"  Headroom S 17.000  30' Wooden Sloop, diesel  power $18,000  POWER  lS'/a" K&C on irailer, no  molor $1,000  2HV   Calglass   needs  engine work $4,000  22'   Sea   Kay,    mere  engine & jag     SI 1,900  kunaimiti 7!  l.u*almrdi - Drop In &  Ducuu Your Nttat Or fnrnu  886*2628  7 HP 26" Crallsman ride-em  lawnmower, $400. 883-2476.  #44  Do-it-yourself storage shed pkg.,  custom built, assorted sires.  Alpine Truss 886 8233.  686-6201 eves #44  One standup Ireezer. $100.  886-8558 TFNs  Double carved cedar entry door,  c/w Irame & hardware; IBM colour {etprlnler, 2 Tandy deluxe  toyslicks 885-5870. #44  Instant Hedge. 8', 9'or 10'Tall.  Thuja pyramidalis $3 00 per tool.  885-5033. #45  Apple II Plus computer, with  bookkeeping and other programs, monitor and 2 disk  drives. $600.886-2395. #45  Range hood $25; Complele  medium size kitchen. Including  sink, $450.886-2481.        #45  Pet carrier. $20; Weedealer,  needs lixing, $10; 50 ft. ext. cord  $5; Ikea record holders, 2 at $3  ea.; Ikea white wool rug with fringe, $35; Wood slat window  blinds 2 at $15 ea.; Small wok  set, $10; Mini speakeis In  Walkman, $15.886-3983.    #43  Mauve toilet tub 6 sink, $75;  10x10 carpel, $25; stove. $50;  antique tub. $900 Call  885-5713 #45  5-drawer ollice desk with high-  backed chair. $250. 883-2366.  #45  TV 20" colour RCA. $150; antique Victorian pine dining table.  $175,686-3905. #43  Clean,   Irosl   Iree  while  GE  refrigerator. $100. 886-9026  #45  Dry lirewood unspllt. $60, lull  truckload. 886-3910. #43  20" Zenith system three, stereo,  monitor, colour TV. loaded as  new. $450.666-3382.        #43  Walnut finished hutch & bullet,  exc. cond., $90. 886-4943.  #43  Sola & chair, exc. cond., must  sell. $250. 886-7068 ah. 6pm  #43  Free cedar firewood. 886-3675.  #43  G.E. washer, works gd., $50;  airtight wood stove paid $1200  want $650 OBO; 2 bikes. $15 ea.  686-8128. #43  Faxomalic share your phone & fax  on one line, used only one week,  was $169. will sell tor $125.  866-6233 or 886-8201 eves.  #43  Collins 8' Insulated lighted Iruck  canopy; converted lish smoker;  boys 10 spd.; 15" Dodge factory mags; apart size Hitachi  ���fin-washer dryer, open to oilers. 885-4704. m  Seasoned lirewood, exc. quality  cedar lumber, most common  dimensions, see sign Hwy. 101  between Hallmoon Bay & Sechelt.  885-3896. #46  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  104140 Ta.ado Squa.1  Unfilled Tri Pholo)  885-4888  Suzuki generator 3000 walls.  $900: Honda generator 5000  walls, $1100; plate compactor  like new. $1100; concrete  vibrator. $600; 450 Hilli nailer.  $350: 350 Hilli nailer. $350: Hllti  core drill (2"), $1800; 16" radial  arm saw. $1100; culling torches,  $90: chop saws; temporary service & extension cords, elc.  886-4903.  #44  Near new Sojm piano, beautilul  sound, $2300 OBO. 886-7561.  #46ss  Hunters' Special! 1984 ��� 3 wheel  Honda ATV. Phone alt. 4pm  886-4771. #43  Schrader airtight wood slove. nol  used. $500.883-9373.        #43  T a S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck full. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pick up or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  HAY $4 00/bale  ORGANIC APPLES 6 POTATOES  STEWING CHICKENS $1 00/ea.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  ^WHOLESALE PRICE^  DMC Colton-40t skein  Wool - 50' - $3.00  Aids Cloth $20 yard  Beids S0-100/S2.60  Mon. to Fri. 10-4  450 Pratt Road  886*2910  GE washer, white 2 speed,  multicycle, w/extra rinse, $329;  Viking washer, while, 1 speed,  $279: Gibsons Venus 16' almond, 2 dr. FF fridge, L-hand  door, like new. $479; Kenmore  washer & dryer. HD matching  set. $679; GE Medallion 70 16'  white. 2 door. FF, $479; Maytag,  avocado dryer. $267; Whirlpool  30" almond sell-clean stove,  $539; Viking Copperton, 30"  stove, sell-clean, $359: Simplicity (deluxe) 2 speed, 2 cycle, H.  Gold washer, $287. All recond.  and guaranteed lor 90 days to 2  years Corner Cupboard,  885-4434. Bjorn. 885-7897. #42  Sea kayak, German made 15',  collapsible wilh paddle,  sprayskirl. $800; Mylor blinds, 1  large wide. 2 short narrow; antique style dlningroom light fixture  plus assorted other light fixtures.  886-2258. #43  Stroller, car seat, change table.  F.P. nursery monitoi. outbound  backpack. 866-2647. #43  Eleclrolux vacuum with  powerhead and attachments;  electric range, bathroom.  866-2671. #43  250 gal beer and wine maker.  886-2844. #43  Brand new Apollo 10 spd. bike,  won in golf tournament, $200.  885-5426. #43  One wood lathe, gd. shape:  modelT Ford car, 1925, 90%  restored, 4 truck tires. 9.50  R16.5. Phone 883-9976.     #43  Moving sale: 2 cream Krohler  dressers; 2 bed tables; mirror  3'x5' plate; large 3-way  bathroom mirror; light blue  drapes. 20' head; tire Irons:  grate; dogs; antique clock; glass-  brass coffee & sola tables All  quality items. 685-6010.     #43  CM'T GET CKOIT?  Trying to establish credit?  Claimed bankruptcy?  He OM He*!  $3,000 credit limit available.  No turn-downs - limited otter.  Plune 1-632-2666  S seits 10 pm daily.  Marine 6 Industrial Dlsssl  Engines - John Deere 4 cyl.. turbo complete with Borg Warner 3  to 1 gear, cooler starter, alternator, etc. Ready to drop in. 100  HP intermittent 85 HP continuous, $11,000. Detroit Diesel  4-71 marine or Industrial model  number 1063-7000. complete  rebuild by factory dealer,  $10,000; Detroit Diesel 4-53  marine or industrial complete  rebuild by factory dealer. $7,500.  Call Weslwlnd Mechanical Services Ltd. 886-4577. #43  Deluxe electric stove, solid  elements, exc. cond.. almond.  $350.885-4739. #43  9x7 panelled wooden garage door  with all attachments, plus Stanley  deluxe auto door opener with  remote control. $600 OBO; 52"  bed & box spring plus steel spring base. $125; ladies' Sekine 5  spd. bike. $75 ladies' skates,  like new, size 8. $30. Lynn  886-7795. #43  Large Fisher wood slove,  catalytic converter, exc. cond.,  $500.885-5345 eves. #44  Lowrey organ, Magic Genie chord  system, bench, books, exc.  cond. $800 OBO. 683-2179.  #44  Computer IBM compatible w/30  meg harddrive. monitor programs  incl.. new cond.. $1100.  886-8356. #45ss  Table top burls. Birds eye.  maple, cedar and others. Dry,  ready lor working 685-9887 or  house no. 8907 Redroolls Road  lor viewing. #45  1500 psi Honda powered MCS  pressure washer, like new,  $1500 OBO. 886-3001.      #46s  1 pair Bose 501 speakers. $350  OBO. Phone after 5. 886-8293.  #43  Fkewood  Fir. hemlock, balsam, split and  delivered, $100 cord. 885-5032.  #43  Roll bar to lil S.6. Import. $250  OBO. 886-3467. #43  1 waterbed with zippered cover &  headboard, $100.886-7462. #43  Recliner chair, exc. cond., muted  green vinyl. $100: bathtub, sink,  toilet, pink. $125. 686-2558.  #43  Alder firewood, $100 a load, will  deliver. 866-8974.- #43  Hide-a-bed exc. cond., beige  with small pattern, $300  886-3614. #43  280 Hemlngton rifle with scope,  perfect cond., $400. Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  Full size Nuova Simonelli  Espresso Cappucino machine  with collee grinder Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  SMR VHF hand held radio. $300.  885-7977 #43  23" TV console c/w remote.  $250; Indoor manual walker, exerciser. $25 885-3737.       #44  Chesterfield and chair with maple  wood trim, excellent condition,  $500.886-2673. #44  2 Near new P165/80RB; 4 gallon  day tank: HD equalizer hitch; Ball  bearing; Shower door. 886-7420.  #43  1 Yr. old Eleclrolux vacuum.  Complete with power bai $450  OBO. 886-9335. #45  Bauhaus 7 ll sofa, exc. condition. Was $600 new, must sell  $500 OBO. 886-9335. #45  Grandma's Toy ta  Fireworks For Sale  Ocl. 24/90       #44  Two complete sets ol kitchen  cabinets with counters & sinks.  S800/set dim Call ah 4pm  886-8801. #45  Insert, Fisher wood stove, $350;  a naw replacement would be  worth $1000. 866-7505.      #45  French door 60x78 ft. $40;  baseboard heater elec., 48".  $15.666-8109. #45  Complete 7-Piece Pine J  BEDROOM "  '     SUITE  REG. $2495  now $1595   48" Oak���  PEDESTAL  TABLE  with 20" Leaf 8.6 Chairs;  REG. $1895  now $1365  ��� / ONLY PILLOW ���  DREAMER 3000  Queen Size  BOX SPRING tt  MATTRESS  REG $1299  now $760  so vim wMuuan  Cowile St.. Sechelt  Open Tues.-Sat., 10-5 j  865-37131.1  Swivel chair rocker, dark brown,  $50 Phone 886-8734. #43  Used  oak   kilchen  U  shape.  $1200 OBO. 886-6204.        #45  Inglis portable dishwasher, almond colour, $300. 885-3137.  #43  18a.  Heavy  Equipment  16' steel dumptruck box, new  hoist cylinder and pump, plus  sawdust extension box.  886-7064. #45s  Allis   Chambers.  #44  CASH PAID  For Some Cats and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  .TFN  1980 Chev Malibu, 91.000 miles.  6 auto, good shape, $1750 OBO.  883-9423. #42sr  1983 Aries wagon. 130.000 kms.  35-40   m/p/g,   exc.   cond.,  sacrilice $3500 lirm. 886-2945.  #44sr  1979 Ford T/blrd, lots of new  parts, $1900 OBO. 885-1943.  #46s  83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. auto.  $3000 OBO 885-3790.      #44s  '82 Volvo SW. Overdrive, exc.  condition, inside & oul. $7500.  885-3790. #44s  South Coiist  Ford  CANCELLED ORDER!  Brand new Chevy 350  Long Block Reg $1,900  Beit Oiler  885-7211 Ken  Whart Rd., Sechelt  015936 885.3261  V <  '66 Ford Econoline California van,  "NO" rusl, new molor, clutch.  Iront end parts, runs very well  $1000. Bill 7am-2pni 886-4924.  #43s  '78 Muslang V6 4sp . $600; 76  Volare 500, 6 aulo, $300  685-4708. #43  1977 Toyota Celica, recent  brakes, mulller, tuneup, new  ball cassette w/oq all bills  runs well. $1300 OBO  886-6685 #45  1979 Malibu $500; 1980 Granada  $1500. gd run cond 886-8563  #45  Mechanics special, 1973 Dodge  van, partially campeiized. gd  shape. $350 886-2653 01  885-4805 #43  87' Jelta. 60.000 km. 5 sp  AM/FM cass.. snows. 2 yeai  warranty remaining $8500  865-4794. #44si  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #44sr  1985 Toyota Tercel, aulo.. good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #44si  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs work.  parts. 885-2207. #44sr  '74 Firebird, 400 auto. PS/PB.  Pioneer stereo, new tires, brakes  alternator, bucket seats, blue/  black Interior, reliable & clean.  $2500 lirm. 886-6407 eves. #44  '74 Jeep Cherokee, beater,  works line, first $400 takes  886-4788 #44  '74 Datsun B2I0, runs greal,  $500 886-4768. #44  1986 Nissan 3O02X. GL version  loaded, cruise, tilt. air. PS/PB  alarm, AM/FM. cass., well kepi.  $13,500.886-9006 eves.     #44  1988 Nissan mult! 4X4. 5 spd..  48000 kms., exc. cond., 4 yrs.  warranty left, one owner, non  smoker, consumers best buy  $13,000 OBO. 885-5505.      #44  1972  Cortina  standard,   gd.  mechn. cond., $41X1. 886-8510.    ��5ss  1980 Toyota Tercel, runs good  $1500 886-8356 #44  '87 Escort GL. 5 spd., 1.9 I.  premium sound system, $6500  OBO. 883-9993. #44  1975 Chevy van, runs good  $1000.886-3501. #44  Dune Buggy! Fibreglass. lull  canopy, new motor, new exhaust, big tires, semi-street  legal, perfect lor hunting or trail.  $1150060 686-6426.        #44  Good commuter car. 79 Datsun.  2 dr. exc. run cond . $700  OBO 686-7222. #45ss  1980 Chev Citation. 2 door, V6.  A/T, P/S, P/B. snows; block  healer; reliable; work records.  $850 886-36017:30-9:30 am or  6-10 pm. #45  Wrecking: 1975 Volvo 245 DL  Wgn., std.. trans., rebuilt BI8D  engine, parts. $5 and up or take  whole car lor $650. 885-4821,  885-7381 #45  1988 Foid Muslang GT Conv.. 5  spd.. loaded. 33,000 kms.,  $17,995.885-3732. #45  Volvo  bulls.   1968-122 Volvo  engine and brakes, gd. wants  lots   ol   work.   $500 lirm.  883-2232. #45  Mobile car repaii. used parts  avail., alt. 6pm for appt.  885-4708. #43  1985 Jeep Cherokee Turbo  deisel. 2 dr., mags, clean,  $13,000 OBO. 886-8204.     #45  1982 Honda Civic deluxe. 4 dr.. 5  spd.. 1500 cc sedan, tech..  AM/FM cass. Qls., clock, new  all-season radials, 83,000 kms..  exc. mileage, one owner, trouble  free engine, reliable. $4000 OBO.  883-9296. #45  Free tank ol gas in classic '62  Fairlane 6 cyl.. standard, all  receipts, approx. $2200 or trade  lor Iruck ol same value, leave  number lor Wayne belore 2:30  pm at 886-2204. #43  'JV'Volvo 123 GT, new motor,  new brakes, new interior, $3000  lirm. 866-3111. #43s  1978 Ford Capri Ghia. V6.4 sp..  new rubber, good body, runs  well, must sell. $1300 OBO.  886-9127. #47s  76 Honda Civic, only $700. no  lime to waste, call now! Anna  886-2106. #47s  1981  Chevy Impala, excellent  shape, low mileage. 883-2915.  #43  75 Volare SW. auto, runs well,  $900 OBO. 885-2604 or  685-9060. #43  1976 Buick Century 2 dr.. P/S.  P/B. auto, low mileage, reliable  transportation. $800 firm. Call  886-4568 #43  1975 VW van. 93.000 mi . good  lunning cond . $1800  885-5747 #43  1974 MG Midget, new top,  brakes, carb.. water pump, tune-  up, battery, low miles. $3600.  885-5747. #43  1974 Triumph Spitfire, new  engine, new paint, exlra set ol  alum, mag wheels. $2900 OBO.  Possible trade lor boat, motor 8  Irailer. 885-4019. #43  74 Maverick. $400 060.  886-2686. #43  1971 Volvo 144S needs work,  sell or trade for WHY.. $500  value 885-7906. #43  1977 TR7 Triumph, 4 spd., new  rebuilt engine. $4600 OBO.  686-9880 #43  1982 Olds Cutlas Supreme new  350 engine, installed. $1650.  886-8921. #44ss  1968 Malibu In exc. condition.  Recent rebuild. 350,4 spd., new  lires, brakes 6 clutch, bumpers  etc. loo much to list 886-4735.  #43  1962 Olds Omega. One owner  $3600. Phone 886-7853.     #43  1981 Dalsun 210. 4 dr sedan.  AT needs camshaft. $500 060.  1983 Toyota Corolla SW. A.T. 4  di $1800 OBO. 886-3487.    #43  1961 Chev   Boogie Van. sink,  icebox $5000 OBO. 883-2890.  #43  1981 Honda Accord 5 sp., 2 dr.  hatchback. 6 wheels 6 tires.  $2000 firm. 885-5061.        #43  78 Dalsun B2I0, winter beater,  runs great, what oilers?  886-3861. #.44  1980 Pontiac Parislenne. Salari 8  pass. SW, P/W, P/L, A/C. S/R  elc ��� $2200.888-7637.       #44  86 Skoda $2000 OBO. In runn-  ing condilion or tor parts. Phone  Kalawna 885-4883. #44  1986 Hyndal Stellar SL S4800.  Phone 886-6175. #45  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #42sr  '64 Nissan kingcab. canopy, exc.  cond., 5 sp., 68,000 mi., new  rubber, $6200 OBO 866-4664.  #42ST  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellular.  Make an offer. 686-8116. #46sr  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuill  engine, new brakes, baft., tires.  $3000 OBO. 885-5896 eves.  #45s  1966 Ford F250 4x4.6.9L diesel,  low kms. Super cab. $14,500.  885-1949 #45s  1978 Ford 150, raised rool. V8,  automatic. PS, PB. $2000 OBO.  886-9626. #47s  1977 Ford F250 Ranger 4X4.  newly rebuill engine, exc. cond..  no rust. 883-9109/922-1988  eves. #43  1987 Dodge Ram, 050. 2.6L  engine. 5 spd., stereo, long box.  bed. mat. unique box cover, only  36,000 km. Still on warranty.  $8000060.885-9531.        #43  1980 Ford * Ton Supervan. 351  Auto., good condition. $2500  Firm. 885-9333. #43  1978 Chev V- ton Road Warrior',  runs. gd. brakes, some rust,  $500060.886-2108.      #45ss  1977 Ford crew cab pickup,  equipment trailer, 20' deck with  all new planking, wiring, paint,  elec. brakes, lights & reflectors  886-6411. #44  1969 3 ton Chevy flatdeck, exc.  run. cond.. needs inspection.  $3500.686-300). #45s  76 Dodge pickup, some rust.  Brian 686-7463. #44  1980 Ford PU complete rebuilt  engine, trans.. 4 spd.. radials,  extras. $2995. 865-3733.    #45  Campers  79 VW camper, new CVs. KYB  gas shocks, many new items.  $30001irm. 886-3111.      #43sr  18' Holldaire 73. exc. cond..  asking $4800.886-4813.   #45s  1978 21' Vanguard. Ford  chassis, low mileage, lully equipped, very good condition.  15,000. Phone cellular number  671-1202. #43  73 Wesllalia, rebuilt engine, new  brakes, front needs work. gd.  value, even lor parts, $1100.  685-6335. #43  16' Vanguard trailer. $1800.  886-9243. #43  Lo-liner Travel Trailer, 17', gd.  cond��� everything works, $3000.  886-4859. #44  GOING   SOUTH?   1973   20'  motorhome. 1989 GMC motor.  3000 miles $7000. 883-2537.  #42  26' 5th Wheel. 1979. Many extras including new maserator  pump, awning. Spacious layout.  $9500 OBO. 886-9149        #45  1979 Kuslom Koach. 30ft. Good  condition. Gibsons trailer park on  pad. 530-5798 leave message.  #45  LET'S TALK  MONEY  I el s gel togethei and sell  ynui RVuml II we can't sell  II we 11 liny 11 Eifie Appraisal  .iiirt pickup .inywhere  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  roar... 1-800-663-4234  D7363  Endurance 35' Pilot House Cutter  auto helm. Loran C video lish  Under. 5 sails, stereo, diesel  engine i stove. Slip B-23 Gibsons Marina. 886-9696.    #45sr  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  with Chrysler hemi. well-  equipped with or without C  licence. 883-9555. #45sr  42' Cruise-a-home house boat,  sleeps 9. exc. cond.. $29,500  OBO 885-1943. #46sr  WHY PAY  RENT  If you wish tt buy s  htm but nam Mm sr|  no down piywtm, we,  may bt iMt tt htetp.  Family Space Available  Call Collect  REGAL HOMES  597-3322  mins in.  M.C.M.M.C.   MN.A.M.S  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  JftttL  M.V. Blacklist), 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck. Coast  Guard Inspected, moorage, park-  Ing, hydro paid till Dec790.  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg,, new LMS. 200 w/  Loran C. new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid. new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders |5|  FWC 316 Chrysler. 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500. 885-7977  #46sr  22' H/T cruiser, 225 OMC, VHF.  sounder, bait tank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs, 425 hours,  moorage till Aug. 91. $6200.  886-4690. #47sr  I2��i'   Boston   Whaler   style.  comes with trailer, 20 HP Merc.  $1500 lirm. 886-4733 evenings.  #448  VHS marine radio Seavox-25, 25  W. including marine fibreglass  antenna, $150.886-4743. #45s  23.5' Fiberglass C Lie. crab boat,  needs work. Boat $2000, Lie.  $250 a loot. 866-2942.      #45s  14' C licenced fiberglass cod  boat. New motor. Call 883-9234.  #45s  12' Lund aluminum boat. 9.8  Merc. Top condition. $1400.  886-2500. #47s  Swap or sell. 34' tug boat  886-2459. #43  24' FG, I/O. F/W cooled, lully  equipped. VHF. CB. trailer,  dinghy. $11,500. 866-8440.  #43  30' disp. cruiser. 340 Chry. dual  hyd. str. live bait tank. VHF/CB,  Stereo, sounder. $7930 OBO  885-2814,865-2515        #44sr  18' Sangster 120 hp r cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond.  $4250 OBO. 886-9047      #44sr  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  'Carlcda. N' 43' D-licencepacker  $28,000. K. Farrell 683-2458  weekends or gen/del. Egmont.  #42sr  20' Glasply cabin cruiser, 2'h  yrs. warranty on 115 tip Merc.  0/B (new last Apr., only 19 hrs.  use). Incl. 8.5 Merc, kicker, new  canvas lop. new depth sounder,  stove, icebox, ball tank.  $13,500 883-2779 #47s  18' boat, deep haul I/O 4 cyl..  Volvo penla 280 Volvo leg.  $5000 886-8367. #44ss  113 comp hardwood lloor inflatable boal. 885-4699.    #44ss  28 It. Unilly (Salty Dog) lully  equipped. Brand new power.  Phone George. 886-8139    efTFN  11' Traveleze pickup camper.  Fridge: stove, healer In good  condilion Can be seen behind  Ihe RCMP ollice. Gibsons.  $2500 Ask lor Jack #43  197/ Hontiei Class C. 21' Dodge  440 cruise control, sleeps 6. 2  way Iridge. hot water, slove,  w/oven TV antenna, lorced aii  lurn , $13,500 885 3939  #46ss  1974 VW Westphalia. $1650  OBO 686-7521. #45  'McBeth' 45' offshore ketch,  7000 Aulohelm, tracks accurate  courses. Irom Loran automatical  ly. Extra heavy steel construction,  examine slip B10 Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830. #44sr  1963 Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner traitor, etc.  exc. cond.. $5900 lirm.  686-8382. #44sr  Certlled Diesel and Gasoline  Repairs Mobile oil-season rales.  inboaid outboard, slerndrive.  883-1119/2284 #44  1982 24' Champion. Exc. shape;  economical V6; I/O; comes with  deplh Under, down rigger: VHF  Lois ol extras Tandem axle  Irailer Will Irade boal plus cash  loi building lol. $1200  8869400 #46ss  16' Glasscialt. 115 hp outboard  motoi t. trailer $4500 OBO.  885-9042 #44  70 Paceship' Daysailei and  trailer, comes lully equip., plus  extras. $1950 OBO. 886-8504.  #44  E-Z LOADER trailer sales and  service. 883-1119. #45  Mobile Homes  Spend the winter in the sun! In  Mesa. Arizona, 'Mecca' Park.  Model trailer in leading trailer  park. 12x40' plus 5'x10' slide-  out on living room, queen size  bed. glass-enclosed tub-shower,  lull size range. 25 cu. ft. side by  side Ireezer/lridge with Ice 6  chilled water dispensers. 2  reclining chairs, sola-bed, dining  table 6 chairs, 'Carrtor' air conditioning/heating unit, all In very  good condition. For Into call  886-2104. #43  35' Aljo trailer pad model, exc.  cond., must sell. 52C-7158 or  885-5919. #44  23' -1984 Citation Class C GM,  350 chases, lully loaded. Genset  to root air, $24,500. 883-2368.  #45  NEW PARK  Gibsons Area  Single & Doubles  New Homes Only  Reserve Now lor November  Occupancy  toy Hew 8 Save  the GST  REGAL HOMES  597*3322 ic����ec��  Motorcycles  In Slock al  EN MAC.  cycle  Oil Filters, Batteries. Tiies.  Riding Gear. etc.  Phone Jay at 686-2031  K  '81 Kawi 1000J Header, good  lubber. Like new Fast.  885-5492. #42sr  1987 535 Yamaha Viiago. exc.  cond.. 1000 kms.. asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690. #44st  1983 Honda Shadow. 750 cc. lor  parts. $125 OBO. 886-9066.  '44s  '84 Honda Sabre. V65.1100 cc,  $3000 OBO 686-2264.      #44s  1980 Yamaha 650 Special. Low  mileage. $690 or trade WHY.  883-2952. #45ss  1987 Virago 535. good km. exc.  condition. Sacrifice $1800 080.  885-5568. #TFNS  Wanted to Rent  2 responsible females wish to  renl reasonably priced 2 bdim. h  ome lo caie loi and love as our  own Please call 886 2686 or  886-9187. #43  Quiet cabin on acreage lor woman  and cal, Roberts Creek to Pender  Harbour 885-2391 message #44  BARA6E FOR WINTER STORAGE  OF CAR. 886-7781. #44  Reliable non-smoker needs self-  contained suile. Call 884-5355  (days). #43  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in Ihe rental ol property For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condilion ol renlal would be in  violation ol Ihe Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes il would troth be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against Ihem The Coast News  will Iherelore nol accept such  discriminatory ads TFN  Roberts Creek Hall avail,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipmenl lenlal. Yvonne  885-4610 TFN  Maluie person wanted lo share  view home in Davis eBay Own  bathroom $350/month plus heal  & damage deposit Ruth  885-7233. #43  Room lor rent In Gibsons Daily  rate $25, weekly $150. Call  886-6097 #43  Mature person lor shared accommodations. New. 2 bdrm. apl  lower Gibsons. Nov 1 866-3420  01866-2679 #43  Shared accommodations in large  new house, $150/Wk. or  S600/mo. Gibsons. Call after  7pm 886-8952 #43  Room lor renl, $150 per week.  $500 per month, rural Rbls. Ck.  885-5734. #44  2/3   bedroom   apis,   avail.,  minutes Irom terry. 886-7516.  #43  Gltisons, 3 Mrm.  home with  view, new paint, new carpel. 2  lull bathrooms, avail. Nov. 1.  $975 plus utils. 255-2044.   #43  Avail. Nov. 1, 5 appls~4  skylights. 3 bdrm.. 2 full baths,  large fireplace. Rbts. Ck.  $950/mo. 886-2694 #44  #*�����*-* ��-e*>eKtf��**e-!arrS!!^iwpE*",'W.tT,3ar j* .->r.:r 24.  Coast News, October 22,1990  ritz Mora  tcross from (JiHWi Hwru  Nov 111  I1?l Smo*t Occtipancy  ' KiKlwwtM .* LtuftOtt  886-3343  Room for rent  886-9778 eves.  #43  2 bdrm. house In Granthams,  $750. 686-3943 aft. 6pm.  #43  Avail. Nov. 1.2 bdrm. house with  view, main floor, lower Gibsons,  quiet couple preferred. $575/mo.  886-6246 #43  3 bdrm. watertront house Pender  Harbour. Avail, immed.  883-9446 lv. mess. #45  Furnished room, view, close to  lerry. utils. Incl.. N/S private entrance & shower, $500/mo.  886-7394. #44  Furnished House for Lust - 3-4  bdrm 2Vi baths, quiet privacey  with great view on the bluff In  Gibsons; many extras; avail. Dec.  1/90 lor a year. Terms  negotiable, preler bonded & N/S.  886-2437 #43  Large bdrm.. share balance ol  house, $200/mo. 686-3227. #43  Porpise Bay. new 3 bdrm. home,  ocean view, one block from  beach, lease $995 plus utils.  avail. Nov. 1.255-2044.      #43  Condo for rent, Secrtl Cove, Nov.  through April Jolly Roger Inn, unit  302. 2 bdrm. with 4 new beds,  completely furn., microwave,  barbecue, stereo, washer, dryer,  linen and towels, $850/mo.  Fred. Vancouver 1-324-8214.  #44  New 2 bdrm. duplex, beautilul  view, close to terry, Granthams  Landing, $650, avail. Nov. 1.  Phone 1-416-689-4860 collect  between 4.8pm. BC time.     #43  3 bdrm. W/F Garden Bay home  with dock, long term lease avail,  tum. or unfurn. avail, immed.  $700 or $625 without dock.  ]-478-8280 #44  Watertront home. $110O/mo.  886-9587. #44  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available Wheelchair facilities.  685-2752.885-9863. |H8  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  #45  2 Bdrm. lully lurnished apt. in  Lower Gibsons. Ideal lor 2 working men. Adults only, no pels.  $800 686-8398 #43  Security  STORAGE!  I" r.v.s ��� boals *etc.  I Mountainview Petrocanl  t bdrm. cottage, lully lu-n.  suitable lor one working person.  $475/mo. includes hydro Phone  886-8033. Avail. Nov. I.  #43  Porpoise Bay. new 3 bdrm. h  ome. ocean view, one block Irom  beach, lease $995 plus utils.  avail. Nov. 1.255-2044.  #43  Gibsons. 4 bdrm. home, new  carpet, new paint, big yard. IV;  baths. $950 plus utils.  255-2044. #43  4 bdrm. unlurnished home,  watertront, S. Sechelt. 4 appls.  propane furn. avail. Oct. 29 lor 8  mos. lease. $700/mo. plus utils.  885-6305. #43  OFFICE  SPACE  Available In  Prolessional Block  next to the Gibsons  Medical Clinic  Approx. 445 tq. It.  Contact: Susina Wong  885-5736  Brand new quality 3 bdrm., split  level home. 4 appls.. near beach  Sechelt area, avail. Nov. 1, $750.  885-5626 or Vancouver  228-8343. #43  2 bedroom cabin, Sechelt area,  avail. Nov t to June 30. $500  plus  utils.  Suit  single lem.  885-3295 Dave Austin. #43  1 bdrm. watertront home, furniture optional. $300, Madeira  Park. 883-9110. #44  Pender Harbour 2 bdrm. waterfront cottage, newly renovated,  lully furnished, utilities included.  $700/mo.. rels. req. Call Keith  643-7433 collect. #44  Sunshine in your We October 31.  #43  One bdrm. house on acreage,  Rbts. Ck. suitable to semi-retired  ccuple. Phone 886-7763.     #43  Heart ol Gibsons, large view 4  bdrm. $975. 886-4724 aft. 5pm.  #43  Entertainment  The Harbour Lights Dance Band  is once again accepting bookings  lor the winter season. Also  6-piece group Spin-oils Dances,  weddings, conventions, etc.  Available New Year's Eve.  863-9277. #43  Help Wanted  Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Thrift Store - in Gibsons  needs help on Thuisdays  and Fridays  Intermediate Care Home  -needs help with the Thursday bus ride Lunch is included and ils a good opportunity to meet new people  and socialize while helping  Secretary lor Herilage Society - get involved wilh a  wonderlul oigani;ation.  Meet new Iriends. no more  lhan 10 hours per month is  required.  For Ihese and more opportunities, please contact IN  Volunteer Action Centra at  885-5681  Capilano College Sechell Campus  Women's Job Re-entry Program  (Temporary part-lime)  Dules: To teach Lile Skills and  Job Search (100 hrs) Qualifications: MA. in Counselling or  related held prelerred. Experience in Lite Skills instruction.  Salary: Faculty scale. This is a  temporary part time position Irom  Nov 26/90 to May 31/91. Position is subject lo lunding ol program by CEIC. Applications lo:  Dean. Career/Vocational Programs. Capilano College. 2055  Purcell Way. North Vancouver,  BC V7J 3H5. Closing date: October 31.1990. #43  Help Wanted  CAPILANO COLLEGE  SECHELT CAMPUS  RECEPTIONIST I  (Temporary Part Time)  Opeiation ol the College  swilchboaid and leception  cenlre in Sechelt. to ensure  lhal calls and enquiries are  answered or directed accurately and lo provide inlormalion How between faculty.  students, stall and Ihe  public Typing and clerical  work.  Oualilicalions: Skill in typing al 55 wpm; some swilchboaid and reception experience.  Appointment: Nov 5/90 to  June 15/91.  Hours:   As and when required al $lj 68/hi  Apply  by resume or application  loim available al:  Sechelt Campus, 5627 Inlet  Ave., Sechelt or at Capilano  College. 2055 Purcell Way,  North Vancouver, B.C., V7J  3H5. Applications musl be  returned no later lhan 4:00  pm, October 26/90.  Please quote  Competition #90-752-C  Full or  Part-Time  Waitresses  Bartenders A Cooks  PENINSULA MOTOR INN'886-2804  WANTED  2 Labourers for  improvement work at  ���Pender Harbour Goli Course���  $400 for 36-hour work week  must have own transportation  UIC Recipients only need apply  Contact Craig at 883-9577  EXPERIENCED  UPHOLSTERER  WANTED  Ask for Angel:  IS5-WM  Seamstress required, part time,  experience prelerred. work in  own home. 886-7375.        #43  Mature lemale live-in companion  for 2-3 weeks for lemale senior  citizen. 866-4933. #45  Wanted lull time kitchen help,  some dishwashing Involved during week. Wed. to Sun.. 4 to 12  pm. Yvan 885-9321. #43  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  Requires immediately:  Special Education Teaching Assistant at  Pender Harbour Secondary School  The position is 5 hours per day, Monday to Friday.  The candidate must meet general S.E.T.A. requirements. Behaviour management courses, experience and skills are necessary, along with strong  first aid skills and training, including familiarity with  epileptic seizures. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience working with students  who are severely and profoundly mentally handicapped.  Salary rate is $13.41 (to start). Inquiries should be  directed to Mr. Dave Witt, Principal, Pender Harbour  Secondary School. Applications should be submitted  to the Director of Personnel, P.O. Box 220, Gibsons,  BC VON IVO, prior to Monday, October 22,1990.  Help Wanted  Ladies. LITE HIS FIRE while increasing your income with Loving  Piomises Lingerie. Quality made,  erolic and best ol all, sized lor  Real People. Potential rep's call  (604)576-8674 or  (800)621-2936.  #44  Attention: Earn up to $800 or  more/week working at home.  100's of companies need your  help. Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1-206-298-8075  Ext. H25. #45  Major appliance repair man with  gas ticket to work lull or part time  on Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  885-3318. #44  ~ SCHEDULING CLERK  Part-lime position - approx. 25  hrs./wk. -$10/hr. Must be well-  oiganized. have high tolerance  lor change ability to maintain ac-  I'uiaie. detailed records: ability to  communicate effectively in person  & by telephone. Previous ollice  experience in a health-related setting an asset Send resume wilh  hand-written covering letter by  Ocl 29/90 to Sunshine Coast  Home Support Society. Box  2420. Sechelt. BC VON 3A0. #43  Wanted. 2 labourers for improvement work al Pender Harbour Goll  Club. $400 for 36 hr. work week,  must have own trans.. UIC recipients only need apply. Contact  Craig al 883-9577. #44  Full lime position available In Kitchen Cabinet Showroom, Tues.  thru Sat.. 9:30 am to 5 pm. Call  886-9411. #43  Short Order Cook for weekends  and evenings. Apply Gilligans  Pub 885-4148. #45  Help Wanted  New Cab Company  Will train as you .earn.  Will assist to get Class 4  Licence  Leave Message  885-3900  The Sunshine's Coming  New Cab Com,pany  DISPATCHERS  WANTED  Will Train  Leave Message  885*3900  The Sunshine's Coming  A professionally prepared resume  gets results. Call ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES 865-5212.   #43  Looking for chel, cooks & prep-  cooks lor new Gibsons Motor Inn.  Call for Interview, 886-3321.  #44  Sandwich Bar personnel needed  Saturdays. Call Cafe Pierrot  885-9962 alter 3 pm. #45  Local gih store requires part-time  help, 4% hours per week.  886-9288. #43  Come Crow With Us  ICC Utilities /British Columbia) Ltd. will be providing  natural gas service throughout Vancouver Island and  the Sunshine Coast. We will have an exciting variety  of career opportunities for talented individuals. We  have an immediate opportunity for the following  position:  Residential/Commercial  Sales Representative  Powell River/Sechelt  Reporting lo the Sales Supervisor, you are a highly  motivated self-starter, with full confidence in your  sales abilities. Through a combination of base salary  ���md commission you will have a significant impact  on your own salary expectations. You are responsible  lor achieving specific targets in new customer signups and base loads in the residential and small  commercial market segments as well as obtaining  individual new construclion sales. A generous  commission package associated wilh Ihe base salary  component makes Ihis a particularly attractive  position. A proven sales track record wilh 3 years of  sales experience is required.  If you are eager to join an industry on the move, please  forward your confidential resume, indicating your  interest in the above position. Only those individuals  who are under consideration for this position will  be contacted. Please submit your resume no later than  October 25, 1990 lo:  ICC Utilities  (British Columbia! Ltd.  Human Resources Department  IllO-aOOTolmie Avenue  Victoria, B.C.vtX 3m  ICC UTILITIES (BRITISH COLUMBIA) LTD.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Add appear in the more than 90 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach rr.ore than 1,400,000 homes and a potential two million readers  $105. lor 25 words (13.70 per each additional word) Call the Coast NBWS at 885-3930  WWfMWOPPORTUNma     BUSMeESSOPPORTUNITIES  ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR saaka  luting and mechanical ocxitrac-  tom to assist in marketing a  unique environmentally salt  heating aUmallvt. Savings lo  70% In operating com. Ren&tn-  tlal and commercial. Calgary:  228-1602,247-3618.  START YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT buainan, even apart  time. No money ex axperlenai.  Sine* 1946. 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(604|B8eJ-S562,  (604)240-8111. We ship any-  whera.   "Snow Plough attacfi-  REPIACEMENT FILTERS lor  BIONAIRE ak purititn M discount pricet. Cal collecl  (604)652-0568; or Writ ION-  AIRE, Box 202, SaanioMon, VOS  1M0. SPECIAL: BTS00 air  cleaner- $79.96.  Okfer model BAVM Folder, three  stdlont, Diek IM Roltn in two  sections, 20-x2er, $1,500. Kord  Heideitjerg, 18x24 1/2, $9,000.  Phont Mtrk, (604)638-7840.  lor  ChrWmss,sllisllhtoostl Eight  txdurive itches only $8. Padlic  ���SMot Recipe Hoeitt, 200-2840  Nanalmo Street, Victoria, B.C.,  V8T4W9.  OAROEMNQ  THE ULTIMATE GARDENERS  STORE, 1,0001 of produdt,  oreenhoutee, hydmuejnict, hueat  bookteeivaton. Mtorcalaloeguo  lui of money laving ooupont.  Wsrism Wsltr Ftrmt, #103,  201204)4111 Ave., Langley, B.C.,  V3A4P7.  WLPWANIID  RELtXATEtothebeeulllulOka-  nagan. Needed ImmedMely,  e��roduotcawlitndGn>cery ceterk.  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RECESSION PROOF 14 year-  old Canadian business teekt  representatives lor retail display  merduendise placement In your  area Earn possfcle $1500t  weekly immediately (416)756-  2188w(416)756-3174lodty,  Kooienay Valey Sawmills Inc.  requVet a Mechantc/MacfUnhl  win aawmM experience al la mH  sit located 33 krns south of Ntl-  ton. ilmtuxxmsMtprMcaitma  set up and operate machine loolt  andwIlxtkrwIveadinetwIMirkiS-  Son.refaikandatatmblyiilp.iitt,  loolt tnd production madiintry  mdeiqulpmenl. Wtgtandbtnt-  l��iexxTei*��nturalewkhqiaill1tea-  im Rt()lyh stria conllitenot to  Iht attention ol Mr. Louie Pontl,  MaHenanot Supervisor, Box  580, Salmo. B.C. VOG1Z0.  BLANKITCUnrao'  your ad in over 100  .���ePtrtinB.C.andlhe  Yukon lor onty$195.00.  LIVESTOCK  PARKLAND NEIGHBOURS  SALE, 42 registered Texas Long-  horn temales, Sal., Ocl. 27 al 1  e.m., Innlsfal Auction Markal,  ineWal, Aberta. Audloneer:  Kelh CHnwoodle, Armelrong, BC.  (604)546-6901.   PERSONALS  FREE PERSONALITY TEST.  Your ptrtonalty delermlnee your  future. Know why? Call Ihe Dla-  wtlcehotlne. 1-8O0-367-8768.  WOULD YOU LIKE lo corn-  eeepond wkh Chritllan people, tests  1S4W, Ihe obted being oomptn-  ionthlp or marriage. Write  ASHGROVE, P.O. e3ox 208,  Chase, B.C., V0E1M0.  PETS  Irish Tenter puppies, pet snd  show. 8wkt/okT Rntethota. 2  main, 3 temales. Chamtxon  sired. (604)826-2674. Kenwood  Kennels.  REAL ESTATE  DEVELOPER LIQUIDATION,  OSOYOOS, B.C. Fuly tervkxed  R.V. aiea In Ptradtas Park R.V.  Retort unlll Odcbsr 31st only,  20% dtooounttoroaah, tntAjtkit  costs. Terms and Iradeeconeka-  snd. FrsstwonlgMMsy(iVSOS  avalsble and sdvsnoe rsserva-  Uon). Csl: 669-5822, (Vanoou-  ver)or498-7670(Osoyooa).  TRAVEL  AU8TRALPWEW ZEALAND.  Csltlw SouUi Psdno<-MdevH,  ANZA Travel. Vsnoouvsr/Au*-  land. return Irom 1879 to $1,404.  Vsncouvtr/Sydney ntum Irom  tljMttotl,7l7. Vsmnwsroat  734-7728. TdHrss: 1-8004172-  NEW CAB  COMPANY  Part Time  DISPATCHERS  WANTED  Weekends Only  Will Train  Leave Message     _-v  885-3900  /JB2  THE SUNSHINE'S '    '  COMINO  Part-time help needed lor rural  route mall. Contact Maureen  883-2563 aft. 6pm. #45  Work P/T or F/T Mm home taking orders. Susan 1-736-5571.  886-7666. #45  Part-time person required lor  video depl. at Kern's Home Furnishings. Must be 16 yrs. ol age.  Apply in person only. TFN  Persons well-acquainted In community to set up Party-Plan  Christmas Parties. $5/party plus  bonus. Gifts $2 up. Call  885-7844 room 8, 8-10pm. I  #45  Handyman: Need II done? All jobs  looked at, no job loo small or too  big, satisfaction guaranteed,  reasonable rates, W.H.Y. Alan  886-8741. #45  29.  Business 8.  Home Serslces  rrauunEE  SSNICELTO.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.  Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates 885-2109.  TFN  Pttotographer. Degree In Fine  Arts. Weddings, commercial,  portraits, etc. 886-8288       #43  BUYSCAKS  Small tractor service. Small  backhoe. 2 Iront loaded. Mttt*  ktg our ipeciakty! Call Brian  886-4507 or Guy 886-3104.  #43  ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES for  all your secretarial needs.  Resumes, letters, essays.  885-5212. #43  Electrical renovations, repairs,  additions and new installations.  Workmanship guaranteed, free  estimates. 886-3861. #44  Now on the Sunshine Coast.  Solve your odour problems with  Nonscents. Absorbs smoke,  animal smells, chemicals, and  anything that stinks! 885-6106  Chuck. #44  Brush culling, clearing and  removal, call Dave 885-3692.  #43  lob'i Ptkrtlng  For all your decorating needs. 20  years experience. 885-4604. #43  Em's Place Is opening Wednesday. LOVELY HOMEMADE  LADIES FASHIONS 669 North  Rd. #44  North Pacilic Boat Building, a  division ol Tolan Developments  Ltd. repair and restoration,  cabinets, etc. wood and  fibreglass boals, call Roland at  885-4647. #44  Pacific Construction, a division of  Tolan Development Ltd., renovations, basements, drywall, T-bar  ceilings, suspended drywall ceilings, finishing carpentry. For Iree  estimates call Roland 885-4847.  #44  Confidential, complete small  business accounting. From  clerical lo financial statements.  Typing, payrolls, tax returns, lax  available. Seaview Business Services. #7 Seaview Place  -886-8892. #45  Sunshine Window  Less lhan 60 days to Christmas!  Call now lor pro. cleaning job  Within  Ihe  week  service.  885-6335 (mess.). #45  Throwing a Dinner Party?!!  Buffet. BBO. A La Carte, relax  and enjoy your company. A taste  for the palate. For the personal  touch, call In Hoots Catedng  885-3435. #45  Work Wanted  Is your tub and shower dingy  from water deposits? I'll restore a  shine you'll be proud of  (specializing in fibreglass) lor  Iree estimates call 885-3360.  #45  Odd |obs, gutters cleaned, yard  work, minor elect. & plumbing,  no job too small. Rick 885-9699.  #45  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Phone aft. 6pm.  886-7830. TFN  HOUSE PAINTING  Interior and exterior. Call Samuel  Dill 886-3678. #44  Carpenter, 4 years exp. Framing,  siding, decking. Fencing i  Renovations. 886-8268.      #43  HANDY MAN - You break 'em. I  make 'em. Large or small, please  call Chris 886-2260. #43  Are you tired ol looking lor. bul  nol finding the right clothes that  lit well? Have Ihem made by a  prolessional dressmaker. I also  do repairs and alterations. Eira at  886-4568. #43  Reliable man/men available lor  garden labour, other day jobs,  Glbsons/Rbts. Ck. Rob  686-3622. #43  Good Earth Cleaning Services for  a clean house with a clean future  call Miriam 886-2426 alt. 5pm.  #43  Carpenter available lor renovations, additions and repairs  -relerences - Call Stewart  885-6140. #44  Carpentry renovations, additions,  realigning walls, patios,  llbreglassnig, WHY, call Tom at  886-7652. #44  Handyman, all jobs looked al,  minor plumbing a specialty.  883-9278. #44  Want your house cleaned? Two  responsible young adults willing  to work. Please cal! Heather  886-8190. #44  Experienced carpenter/handyman available lor additions,  renovations, repairs, new conslruction. also minor plumbing  and electrical. 883-2898.     #45  DO YOU MEED  Landscape malnt., weedeating.  brush cutting, rutaMib removal,  hedge trimming, window  washing, lirswood. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 885-2373.  #45  Work Wanted  ,��� H0mt PROFESSIONAL  ' STEAM CLEAN!'  Carpus  Uphdiltry  FOWIHIUI IRUCK-MOUNrEO  EQUIPMENT  ���ESI POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE -  886*3823  Local  carpenter  available lor  renovations, additions, finishing  work. Brad Benson 866-2558.  #45  B4D Renovations, additions,  decks, painting & welding, one  call will do It all. 885-3617.  #45  Handyman,   drywall,   painting,  landscaping, you name It I'm  your man. Call Cam 886-8615.  #43  Child Care  Molly Mouse Daycare  Spaces available. 18 Months to  school age. Fun-tilled, caring environment with  ECE  certified  staff. Phone 886-3913. #5  Child care in Rbt. Ck. lor children  2 yrs. and up in small family centre by ECE mom. Drop-ins  welcome. Phone Sheahan Bennle  al 886-6822. #43  Experienced responsible and lun  babysitter available now! Call  Dana 686-2558. #43  Help! Expecting Mom (Dec.)  needs part-time help with 2Vt  year old & 13 mo. Flexible hours,  negotiable 886-2749. #44  Mature flexible person needed lor  commuting Rbts. Ck. parents.  Occasional child minding alter  school (boys 7 & 14 yrs.) Solme  housekeeping and meal preparation. Call Lisa 1-255-8337 or  885-6219llt.0ct.19. #44  32.  Business  Opportunities  Start now - Local Amway  distributor oilers opportunity lor  good earnings. Vou pick the  hours, we assist you. For appointment call 865-7144 or  886-9479. #50  For sale - Salmon smoking  operation, complete portable  business, move to your site  -smoker, vacuum packer, walk-  In freezer, refrigerated delivery  van, etc. $75.000.1-675-9231.  #43  Piaeince al  BritiKe Catanbla  Effective midnight October  16. 1990 to midnight April  14. 1991 a Class 'A' Burn-  Ing Permit is required in the  Sunshine Coast Forest  District tor burning debris  resulting Irom any Industrial  operation. This includes piled debris and logging slash  being broadcast or spot  burned.  Class "B" Burning Permits  lor burning hand piled  debris are not required between October 16. 1990 and  April 14. 1991.  NOTICE  TO CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  MARGARET EL.7AIETH  SUNN, tlhtrwHs known it  MARGARET SUNN Md  MARGARET E. IUNN  formerly of Cedarvlew, RR 1,  GIBSONS, BC VON IVO  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  lhat creditors and others  having claims against thi  Estate of the above deceased  are required to send lull particulars ol such claims lo the  Executor, Patrick Charles  SHnn. c/o W.C. GORHAM,  Esq., Barrister and Solicitor,  268-2025 Wast 42nd  Avenue, Vancouvsr, B.C.  V6M 2B5 on or before ths  12th day ol November 1990  alter which date ihe Estate's  assets will be distributed  having regard only to claims  that have been received.  PATRICK CHARLES SLINN.  Executor  By: W.C. GORHAM  ITS SOLICITOR  HMM  m\MM  ���*������*���* +-XS*>    ����� .   ��*V 1  <Lettet&. ttr thi, Cdtiol  Elixir of death should be banned  Coast News, October 22,1990  25.  Editor:  How a little risk is too much.  Many learned and professional  people are laying to us, using a  little poison for our food and  water supply is alright; we can  tolerate it and anyway it will do  only slight damage.  Since the 1950's our professional foresters have joined this  group using the model of the  agriculturists as justification for  thdr use of chemicals and herbicides. Just as many eminent  and learned people, and their  numbers are increasing rapidly,  are saying to us that we are on  the brink of disaster.  The model is defective. We  have with the use of manufactured   chemicals  and   other  substances, so perturbed the  ecosystem of our planet that our  environment is in peril. We are  caught in a dilemma, how do we  choose who is right and who is  wrong?  The other morning my young  grandson said in reference to  the recent controversy over the  spraying of Vision here: "1  think some of these experts  must have come from another  planet which they destroyed and  now they are willing to destroy  earth."  I believe he has a point ���  does sufficient risk involve the  killing of one bird or maiming it  so that its offspring are  malformed or does it take two  deaths? Is it adequate lo kill just  one frog or does it have to be his  Labour Council's plea  Editor's Note: A copy of th*  following wis received for  publication.  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  Mr.    Claude    Richmond  (Minister)  Dear Mr. Richmond:  This letter expresses the profound concern of our members  and their families in regards to  chemical use (spraying of the  herbicide Vision or Roundup)  by your Ministry of Forests on  the Sunshine Coast.  Many families take their  domestic water supply from  streams or lakes whose drainage  slopes are often the very ones  chemically sprayed.  In the previous 45 years,  many of these chemicals, supposedly thoroughly tested and  found safe as to long term  health effects on human and  animal life, have in fact proven  to be extremely deleterious.  We believe a viable alternative to chemical use and  spraying would be manual  slashing, which would provide  needed employment for local  people, thus assisting the local  economy and community.  In conclusion, I wish to convey to you the results of a motion from our October meeting.  The Sunshine Coast Labour  Council emphatically urges you,  (Mr. Claude Richmond, Minister of Lands and Forests) to  institute an immediate ban of all  chemical spraying and use (herbicides, pesticides, fungicides)  on or in the forest district of the  Sunshine Coast.  Gary Russell, Chairman  Sunshine Coast Labour Council  \V NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN  V CENTRE  Naw Testament Church  5535 Wharf Rd.. Sechelt  Sun. Worship Service     10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer        6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lite Chrittlin Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 8854775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stsn Sears  ���Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Qlbaoflt Ptnttcoaltl Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phons: Church Ollice 886-7107  Pastor Dan MscAulsy 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated wilh ths Pentecostal  Asssmbiies ol Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in ths Grssns Court Hill  Msduss St., Sschelt.  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday .Services 11:00 am  For informalion, please call:  686-2506 or M5-MM  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 8864611  SundaySchool  Worship Ssrvlcs  ���M0 am  11:00 sm  Csl Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible ea It Is...  tor Peoplt ea they ere.'  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Wslcomss you to Join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progrsss        9:45 am  Prayer KkOOam  Worship Service        10-45 sm  Wednesdsy 7.00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7048  ^  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rsv. Frank W. Schmltt, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Come Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886.7410  The Anglican Parish ol  SI. Aldan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY CHURCH  Inner Power Group 7pm Tues.  Sunday Ssrvlcs nam Sundays  Study Group lOsm Sunday  (Ths Laws ol Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Crssk  Call 866-9194 (for Inlormalion)  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Study        7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Frsssr, Paster  885-7488 Ollice 865-9707  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  st. muft stchtit  8:00 am ��� Eucharist  9:30 am - Worship snd  Sunday School  St. Andrews ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Msflln  Rsv. Dan Gilford  885-5019  ��n> ���IT-  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:46 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Fsmlly Sechelt  11:30 tm8t. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st 6 3rd Sat. 44:30 pm  Holy Fsmlly Sschelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  MS-HM  family, tadpoles and all? Is it  enough lo upset the soil by killing millions of microorganisms  or does it take tens of millions  killed to satisfy the experts risk  formula?  The same scenario can be applied to all other insects and  animals until finally it is a matter of human survival. There exist no definite studies to show  thai these incidents do or cannot take place. And what is even  worse, no full scale research is  being done.  It is up to you to choose  which army you are going to  join, those who favour environmental degradation  through the use of manufactured chemicals and herbicides  or those who favour nurturing  and husbanding the ecosystem  using organic and truly natural  materials as well as eco-friendly  methods.  Are you an alien being or a  child of Mother Earth? You  choose and determine whether  or not any risk, however small,  would rally be necessary. The  goal is to leave the planet in better condition than we inherited.  If you choose the army I support you will, I am sure, send  your unused portions of hazardous substances in the carefully  sealed containers they came in,  suitably labelled, to the Ministry  of Ihe Environment asking them  lo dispose of them.  Or belter still send them to  the manufacturer and ask for  your money back as they sold  the products under false  pretenses and did not tell you  ihey had done no long term  field tests lo prove environmental harmony or improvement.  The time has come as Rachel  Carson revealed in her book  Silent Spring that these elixirs  of death be banned.  With respect to Mother  Earth,  Brian Cole, P. Eng. (Retired)  rr%m  ���    voi  X   du  ���HUHg/iour the summer  your skin accumulates  dirt, dust & pollution, & is  bombarded by the harsh sun & wind  These all contribute to aging.  \Our fall treatments are designed to  purify, refresh 0  rejuvenate your skin.  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That's why you should be sure you're buying  a Quality Plus Home. In today's unpredictable  real estate market, it's difficult to know  where the market will be when you    r ���'  might want to sell. With all the added  features of Quality Plus construction  your home has added value. ,  A Quality Plus Home may look   /  like any other, but there's a big  difference inside where you live.  The Quality Plus Home is  designed for today's lifestyles,  for .people who are discriminating about workmanship,  energy efficiency and comfort  in their living space.  Quality Plus is an  advanced system of design  Builders currently building  Quality Plui Homes are:  A.W. Peters & Associates  Scarborough Beach  Bowen Island, B.C. 685-4873  and construction incorporating the latest  Power Smart advances in heating, clean  air ventilation, and insulation. That  means you enjoy a clean, quiet, more  comfortable home environment in  a house with lower ongoing  maintenance costs.  When you're looking for a  new home, insist on one with  a Quality Plus Certificate. It's  the sign of another Power  Smart idea from B.C. Hydro.  What all  the best addressed  new homes are  wearing this year.  Puchalski Construction  1615 Clover Road  Gibsons, B.C. 885-9208  BC hydro SS  L etCtD CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS'  ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  in partnership with:  BC Gas ��� New Home Warranty Program of B.C. and the Yukon ��� West Kootenay Power ��� National R-2000 Program   a.   ;<<#.'.>���!* .-�� V* * -���)(��<>��. 26.  Coast News, October 22,1990  Citizens recommend modest  raise for Sechelt Council  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded to the tint correct entry  drawn which locales the above. Send your entries to reach the  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saluiday of this week. The mosl  recent winner was Jeremy Ruck of Gibsons, BC who correctly  guessed Ihe sign beside the curling rink in Gibsons from The Real  Bicycle Shop.  GST discussion  The Sechelt Chamber of Commerce is having Bill Dixon,  from the Department of National Revenue, speak about the  GST at its next general meeting. If you have any questions,  Ihis is the perfect opportunity to have them answered. This  will be a dinner meeting and everyone is welcome.  Time is 6:30 pm at the Wharf Reslauranl, Thursday, October 25. Cost is $15 for members and their guests and $16.50  lor non-members. Reservations are required. Please phone  ihe Sechelt Chamber at 885-3100 before 2:30 pm Wednesday,  October 24.  Pianes to fly  The Sechelt Council voted to approve authorization for the  mayor to write a letter to the Model Airplane Club approving  the operation of the club's activities at the north end of  Mason Road and further stating that there would be no conflict with air traffic.  The measure is necessary since current regulations prohibit  Ihe operation of model planes any closer than five miles to the  nearest airport. The particular location on Mason Road is only 4.3 miles from the Sechelt/Gibsons Airport.  With the mayor's letter in hand, the Airplane Club can  then obtain full clearance for its flying site from the Airport  Authority.  Moments before the vote, Alderman Wells flew out of the  room so as to avoid any appearance of conflict of interest in  Ihe proceedings.  Mr. Wells, aside from being Chairman of the Airport  Committee is a member of Ihe Model Airplane Club.  by Jan Michael Sherman  The Citizens' Committee on  Council Remuneration, finally  set up in business following a  aldermanic dust-up over how its  members would tie chosen and  and appointed, completed its  formal report on October 12,  1990.  Voted on and accepted  unanimously at their regular  meeting on Octotier 17, the  Sechelt Council then released  copies of the report to the  public. Noted Mayor Meredith,  "We will (proceed to) prepare a  bylaw incorporating the recommendations of this report...lo  be voted on al the final meeting  of ihis council."  The Citizens' Committee,  chaired by Peter Crawford and  including Dean Butler and  Maureen Clayton, noted in their  brief introduction that "This  committee was formed as a  result of one of the recommendations set oul in the 1989  report of George B. Cuff &  Associates Ud. We have attempted to follow the principles  and terms of referenre enunciated (in that report)."  Their Tint order of business  was to deal with the remuneration ("indemnities") of the  mayor and aldermen. Their  recommendation calls for an  annual indemnity of $ 12,800 for  the mayor, with jusi half that  ($6400) going to each alderman.  The committee called for these  sums to "...cover all time spent  on regular and special council  meetings, committee meetings,  any council-established boards,  commissions, seminars, and  conventions."  Should council members be  appointed to "external .boards  such as the Regional District",  the committee felt they should  continue to be entitled to receive  whatever remuneration is  awarded "...by such agency".  Philosophically, the Citizens'  Committee decided to view the  primary function of Council as  a .Board of Directors rather than  a Board of Management.  As part of their data collecting, the committee interviewed  five of the six present aldermen,  discovering them to carry "...an  impressive work load/time  commitment with a median of  20 hours per week being cited.  This figure was greatly exceeded  in some cases."  The committee did not assess  the position of mayor in terms  of work load, since "...even a  cursory consideration indicates  that the mayor's duties involve  a heavier time commitment  (than that of) individual  aldermetn."  In their attempt to arrive at  "...supportable and justifiable  rates", the committee referred  to data which covered four  coastal communities with population ranges comparable to  that of Sechelt. (The community were Port Hardy,  Comox, Parksville, and Lady-  smiih.)  According to the report,  "...the overall restraining principle (as to how best determine  remuneration) appears to be  'the ability to pay' rather than a  reward for work performed,  particularly in municipalities of  this (Sechelt's) size."  The increase in indemnities  represents $2000 more per annum for mayor, $1000 for individual aldermen.  from  GOOD^YEAR  AND  KALtTiRE  Gibsons businessman caught  in on-going controversy  by Ellen Frith  Complaints against Wall's  Aulomotive on the Sunshine  Coast Highway in Gibsons  could lead to a "polarized situation" Alderman Ken Collins  warned council at last week's  meeting. He said council should  perhaps "back off" from its  legal action against the garage  instigated after the business had  allegedly ignored directives to  clean up its back yard when  neighbours complained of the  increasing number of wrecked  cars piled there.  "This business has been  flaunting zoning by-laws over  the ages," Clerk-Administrator  Lorraine Goddard told council,  advising them that if Walt's accepted the cleanup order, nb  court   action   would   be  necessary.  Over the years, there have  been periodic complaints from  various neighbours against the  garage .because of the pile of  wrecked cars, Goddard told the  Coast News, but the business,  which is in contradiction of one  section of the zoning by-law,  had always cleaned up in the  past, at least partially. This  time, a partner in the business,  Tod Loitz, is apparently declaring all the cars on his lot to be  "used cars up for sale", Goddard said at the council  meetina.  The cars are not used but  abused, Town Planner Rob  Buchan quipped, pointing out  the cars in question are piled  several layers deep.  Collins said he could understand the frustration Loitz must  feel as the business had been in  its location for a long time and  many of those complaining  were perceived as relative  newcomers.  "The town is growing. You  can't do this year what you  could last," he said.  Loitz told the Coast News he  had been there for 30 years and  that, in fact, he had started to  clean up.  "You can clean up only so  fast," he said.  He pointed out he was a towing business and many of the  cars were ICBC wrecks which  had to be held for periods of up  to a year.  "Where does the town want  me to put them ��� on the  roof?"  HURRY!  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