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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X5  Atten:  Rod Cardin  94.9  COASTZNEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTACIISHED     1945  October 18,1993 Volume 47 Issue 42  Sculptor,  adventurer forge  ties of bronze  by Ian Cobb  One forges great bronze  sculptures and the other has  forged what are now great trails  enjoyed by thousands of hikers  annually.  They came together Oct. 13  in Roberts Creek and Paul  Binkert, who has spent a large  part of his life forging trails,  watched as Jack Harman and his  assistants poured molten bronze  into castings, which once the  bronze cools and hardens will  become sections of three and  one-half foot high herons.  Binkert's face, wrinkled and  toughened from the many colorful years it's watched pass by,  was a sludy in concentration  and delight as he watched the  thick molten-orange soup slide  into the small holes atop the  forms, constructed out of investment (mixture of plaster and  sand) and burlap sack soaked in  plaster of paris.  "This is renaissance, except  they didn't use burlap and plaster," said Harman of the techniques he and his assistants, son  Stephen and local artist Steve  Majcher, employ in the creation  of bronze statuary.  "What we're doing now is  what Michelangelo and Da  Vinci did," said Harman, 65.  "The only difference is we  use rubber molds."  Binkert, 80, of Vancouver,  could appreciate the ages-old  methods being used by Harman,  now a Sunshine Coast resident  for four years.  As a climber and hiker for  the majority of his life, Binkert  has been responsible for opening numerous hiking trails in  and around the Lower Mainland  area - though he modestly tries  to shrug off his feats.  Perhaps the best known trail  opened by Binkert is the Lion's  Trail up Lion Mountain,  The IS kilometre round Irip  trail is described as hike 13 in  Mary and David Macaree's 103  Hikes in southwestern British  Columbia: "That this trail, one  of the most popular in the  Lower Mainland, exists at all is  largely the result of efforts by  Paul Binkert of the B.C. Mountaineering Club.  "As you use it, therefore,  think gratefully of the voluntary  efforts that went into its construction."  As to all the new gear used  by climbers and hikers these  days, Binkert shrugged and  exclaimed, "So sophisticated!"  When asked how many  mountains he has topped or  trails he's opened, he replied, "I  don't know. I didn't count  them."  And the act of opening a trail  during the 1950's, when Binkert  first arrived in Canada, was  easier than imagined he said.  "A party of six or seven  people goes up and you already  have a semblance of a trail," he  said, before noting "you would  have to move a few rocks and  branches here and there."  As Binkert speaks, he  receives rapt attention from  Harman, who has crafted pieces  such as three 10-foot high soldiers, which the Department of*  National Defence  commissioned him to do for the  National Peacekeeping Monument in Ottawa and the 'Queen  Astride a Horse,' unveiled in  Ottawa during Ihe Canada 125  ceremonies.  Harman watches Binkert  speak and one can almost sease  the artist crafting a likeness of  the mountaineer in his mind.  turn to back page  Paul Binkert at Jack Harman's foundry In Roberts Creek, contemplating.  Joel Johnstone photo  ��� affaW    aWfaa-OTaa'  $pct  Iff  ���������  m��ii  psg��4  )U  14  Clayoquot sentences send shock waves  by Darah Hansen  Clayoquot Sound anti-logging supporters are reeling from  shock this week over the severity of sentencing handed down to  protesters by Ihe BC Supreme  Court last Thursday.  "Obviously the result is really  disgusting," said Friends of  Clayoquot director Garth Lenz.  Lenz made the comment in  reaction to news that 44 people  arrested earlier this summer for  protesting MacMillan Bloedel  logging operations in the Clayoquot Sound were convicted in  BC Supreme Court of criminal  contempt of a court order Thursday (Oct. 14) and sentenced to a  minimum of 45 days in jail with  an additional $1,500 fine.  The 44 people were the first  of approximately 750 protesters  set to appear before court on the  same charge.  According to Lenz, the severity of the judgement made by  BC Supreme Court Justice John  Bouck clearly indicates "the  courts are in bed with industry as  much as the government is."  Lenz further challenged Jus  tice Bouck's statement's that the  actions taken by protesters on  the logging road represent the  opinion of the minority and pose  a threat to the workings of  democracy. He stated: "It's the  corrupt courts and corrupt judges  that threaten the fabric of  democracy."  Local protester Peter Light,  who was arrested in Clayoquot  Sound July 26 alongside 10 others from the Sunshine Coast,  reacted philosophically to the  judgement.  "It's okay. It's good. Repres  sion only increases resolve and  builds resistance."  Light is scheduled to appear  in court for sentencing Monday,  Oct. 18. Trials are on-going for  protesters until March, 1994.  Of those convicted last  Thursday, 24 people were  released later in the day pending  an appeal with strict bail conditions restricting them from further interference with logging  operations in the Clayoquot  Sound and from attending court  proceedings related to the  protests.  Coast students walk out in support of Clayoquot protest  by Ian Cobb  They walked out. They  protested. They went home for  lunch.  About 100 Elphinstone Secondary School students walked  out of class October 13 lo protest  logging in Clayoquot Sound and  the Narcotics Control Act.  The walkout was part of a  province-wide student protest to  sound off Iheir concerns about  logging in rain forests���particularly the Clayoquot area.  A sidebar pro-hemp protest,  inspired by recent (Cannabis  Saliva) festivals around the  province, such as the one held in  Roberts Creek last week and one  in the Creslon Valley several  weeks ago, promoting the use of  the currently illegal plant for  industry, had students chanting  "think hemp" or urging motorists  lo "honk for hemp."  The walkout didn't meet wilh  Elphinstone administration's  approval.  In a vain attempt to stem the  tide, school principal Martyn  Wilson was the first person out  Ihe front doors of the school at  9:30 a.m. when the walkout  began, but he was soon overtaken by a throng of excited students who marched across the  Sunshine Coast Highway and  gathered to hoot and holler at  passing traffic.  Many motorists honked as  they passed and received cheers  from the bobbing and weaving  mob.  As students stopped at Ihe  curbside and waited for their  chance to cross the road, Wilson  repeatedly warned, "You're  putting yourselves in danger by  crossing the road there."  Yet, many armed with placards declaring "We support student strike for Clayoquot" and  "Clayoquot���Not clearcut"  joined with a small core of adult  protesters in front of Andy's  Restaurant.  Jan Brinton of Concerned  Coast Residents (CCR) declared,  "We support the students."  turn to page 3  Elphinstone students walk out Wednesday  Ian Cobb photo  New report  could  signify  end to  Woodcreek  sewer woes  by Stuart Burnside  Health Ministry recommendations for the Woodcreek subdivision were released Thursday arid they divide the price of  rectifying the subdivision's  sewer woes largely between the  subdivision developers and the  Ministry of the Environment  (MoE), with residents bearing  a 'small' portion of the cost.  The recommendation for  cost sharing is one of six recommendations to come from  report completed last week by  consultant Cindy Spangelo.  "From what I understand,"  said Dr. Paul Martiquet of the  Coast Garabaldi Health Unit,  "All parties have been  informed of the recommenda- !  tions and seem to be willing to  go along with them,"  According the Martiquet,  there is not time limit for work  to be finished on Woodcreek  but he said the Health Unit  would be pushing to have the  Woodcreek system repaired as  soon as possible. "It will be up  to the lawyers of the various  parties to come to an agreement  on how the cost is to be split,"  Martiquet said.  Aside from dividing the  cost between the three involved  parties, Spangelo calls for  Woodcreek's sewer treatment  plant to be upgraded and  "brought into compliance with  the conditions of the (original)  MoE permit."  According to the MoE,  developers Don and Shirley  Maclntyre built the treatment  plant in violation of their permit and are still facing six violations under the Waste Management act despite Spangelo's  recommendations for a resolution.  Once the plant is running  smoothly, Spangelo's recommends it be turned over to the  Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD).  Beyond dealing with the  Woodcreek situation, the consultants report makes specific  recommendation for the entire  province to ensure situations  like Woodcreek won't happen  again.  Spangelo recommends that  developers be required to post a  monetary security with the'  MoE before work on such projects commences and thai MoE  inspections of any such system  be conducted before the work is  backfilled (buried).  As well, Spangelo's report  recommends that all permits to  be withheld until any Ministry  of Health concerns are  addressed and recommends  inspections of any existing  sewer systems similar to  Woodcreek's to "ensure thai  everything possible is being  done to enforce permit conditions.  Things went afoul at Woodcreek earlier this year when raw  sewage began surfacing at the  ' subdivision's septic field.  The six charges facing the  Maclntyres, however, have  been pending since 1987 when  the couple finished the sewer  project without having paid a  required $50,000 security  deposit.  'Somehow the case keeps  getting postponed," says Dennis Barlow of the MoE.  The last time the developers  were to have appeared in court  was in July, but the case was  again postponed, this time until  February of 1994.  ^tat_mmmmmm_^_^_m_^_��_^_te_^_^_m Coast News, October 18, 1993  Koncrete Ltd.  ���Driveways  ��� Sidewalks  ��� Rataining Walls  ���Wheel Chair Ramps  ��� Apron Approaches  ���Footings  > ��� Foundations  ��� Pilings    ��� Grad* BaaitH  K'Cwb&Gultsr  ��� teg. & Coloured Exposed Aggregate  USOAV/UUIU  Ci>lx����dln>paia*dCc��<cT**. (Cobble**���, tandoni lufcblt, Ztmbtm lod] etc  M6-7J6I labcatAvoDaUa  Guaranteed Work at a Sensible Price  Uol) S,rvin3,he $un--h.ne Coast UtUlil)  & Surrounding Areas  Band seeks more control of education funds  Career Assessment  Workshop  A two-hour workshop which includes ���  career assessment lest will be held  Wednesday, November 17 at 11 a.m.  There is a $5 fee tor workshop participants  not currently registered in any credit  course.  For more information and to pre-register,  call the Sechelt Band Campus it 883-9310.  5*27 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt, B.C.  by Roxanne Gregory  The Sechell Indian Band Government  wants a greater say in how native education  dollars are being spent by the Sunshine Coast  School District.  The band sent a letter to district trustees  which was presented to the board at last Tuesday's meeting asking for a breakdown of  native education received by the district and  how that funding is currently being spent  They also want to develop a framework  agreement wiih the district which will allow  them greater input into the education process  and they are seeking recognition of their  upgrading program as an accredited alternate  school.  In an interview, Chief Garry Feschuk said  "The district receives $1,100 for each native  child enrolled in the system.  "We want to see that money used for  native education. Now it's going into block  funding ... We want a voice in determining  how native education dollars are spent by the  district."  In talking about the upgrading program the  band has recently initiated with Capilano College and the district, Feschuk explained, "We  want the district to recognize Ihe programs our  people are undertaking as credit toward their  grade 12 ... We will be meeting with school  trustee Lynn Munro and treasurer Tim Anderson next week to further discuss our role in  the education of our people."  Area A trustee Lynn Munro says the dis  cussions with the band have been ongoing m  are a continuous process.  "We will be meeting with representative;  from Ihe band next week and will be discussing some of the issues they have raised it  their letter."  In other school board news, trustees unanimously passed a bylaw requiring criminal  record checks of all employees and volunteers  involved with the district.  As well, new District Superintendent  Robert Johnstone won approval for the creation of a district task force to define the  school district's mission/vision statement.  The RCMP  highway patrol  set up an all  day vehicle  Inspection  checkstopjust  outside  Gibsons  Wednesday.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Kenmac Parts (1967) Ltd.  ^1045 Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons, BC  pWtsplus Call 886-2031  NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 10 AM TO 4 PM  Mounties spring test  on commercial traffic  AIRFMJERS AutolJte,  REGULAR.  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St. Sgt Cam Reid of the  Sechelt detachment said the figures indicate a serious need for  more of this type of safety  enforcement. He said spot  checks of this nature will now  be conducted on a monthly basis  at various locations around the  Sunshine Coast.  Reid said the roadside safety  inspections will focus on commercial vehicles but warned all  drivers: "Anything that is obviously questionable we'll stop  and check."  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Joel Johnstone photo  Students make most of freedom from class  from page 1  Another CCR membet,  Donna Shugar, holding a toddler  in one arm and an end of a bed-  sheet transformed into a banner  in the other, said she was  "delighted" the students were  taking a sland.  Yet, it was apparent that not  all the students were involved in  the walkout because of concerns  about the environment or aging  laws.  And not all of the students  were of the secondary level as 14  Gibsons Elementary School students (Grades 5-7) joined in on  Ihe protest. Grade 12 student  Kyla McDonald growled,  "Nobody here knows why  they're here. They're just a  bunch of kids skipping class."  Indeed, numerous students  made the most of the free time  and jaunted across the highway  lo the Pelro-Canada convenience  store, or happily mugged for the  media photographers.  Student Kree Girard said she  was disappointed wilh the  protest.  "No body is chanting���no  body is saying anything," she  complained, adding she believes  what's happening in the Clayoquot is "terrible."  Another student chipped in,  "My dad's a logger but I'm for it  (walkout)."  Student Cheryl Anderson said  loggers have lo make more  efforts to get their side of the  story out to students.  "Environmentalists come to  our school and talk to us about  the environment but no loggers  have ever come to school to talk  to us about their reasons to log."  A younger male student said  he would have rathercd the  protest focused more on hemp  awareness "than on trees."  After hanging on the curb for  about an hour, the protesters  moved down the highway to  School Road and marched down  the middle of the throughway to  Pioneer Park where they gathered until lunchtime.  School principal Wilson said  the students absent from classes,  numbering about one-seventh of  the 712 students enrolled in the  school, "will be recorded as  unexcused absences."  He explained lhat if a sludent  was to complete an assignment  or write a test during lhal lime, it  would be recorded as a zero.  Wilson didn't appear to be  angered at what the students  were protesting, but when they  were protesting. "My main concern is that of safety - having the  highway like this - it's dangerous  quite frankly."  Elementary school principal  John Nicholson concurred with  Wilson.  Though he admitted every  one has the right to protest, he  was concerned about the safety  factor of his students leaving the  school grounds.  Nicholson said the 14 students received warnings not lo  leave the school grounds again  without alerting anyone.  Hempshirts taboo at Chatelech  by Darah Hansen  There's no home for hemp in  Sechelt, and certainly not in  Chatelech high school where students are voicing their discontent  to a rule that prohibits them from  wearing clothing or symbols  depicting the illegal plant.  Shona Boisvert, a grade 10  student at the school, says that  rule is against her right to freedom of expression.  In an interview last Tuesday,  Boisvert said her comments represent a small, bul growing group  of students at Chatelech who  want the right to protest openly  for the legalization of hemp as an  environmental alternative to logging*  Said Boisvert: "Ninety-nine  per cent of people (displaying the  items) are promoting hemp and  the uses in our society...most students aren't promoting marajua-  na the drug."  But school administrators see  little difference between a depiction of the hemp leaf and Ihe  marajuana leaf and, as policy  stands, the school does not allow  students to wear clothing that  promotes drugs, alcohol, racism  or obscenity.  "With all due respect to those  people who want to promote  hemp as an environmental  option," said school principal  Jeff Kenyon, some students are  going to use the wearing of the  symbol to put a "convenient twist  or spin on issue of legalizing  marajuana.'' -  The policy restricting the  dress of the high school students  in this manner has been in place  .for several yean, said Kenyon.  Students caught wearing  "inappropriate clothing" are  asked to cover up the offensive  symbol or word.  Boisvert vowed her group will  not stop pushing for change. She  plans to schedule a meeting with  Kenyon to discuss the issue.  Further to that action,  Boisvert said it is possible her  group will stage a student rally to  bring public attention to the  issue.  Closing procedures to be assessed at Elphie's  by Ian Cobb  It's the nature of Ihe beast.  When people gather in large  groups and consume alcohol,  problems will develop.  This scenario is enacted every  weekend in every community  and Elphie's Cabaret in Gibsons,  with a 2:30 a.m. closing time and  a 297 patron capacity, is no  exception.  In Ihe 13-years the cabaret  has been in operation, local resi- ������������-  dents have slow  boiled over noise  lhal erupts from  the cabaret al closing lime and ihe  kettle started  whistling Sepl. 19  after 29-year-old  Gibsons resident  Stuart      Burton  Brown was killed         across the street  from the bar after closing time.  Another Gibsons resident, 23-  year-old Kiyonori Fujimori, was  charged wilh second degree  murder in Ihe incident. Fujimori  was released on $250,000 bail  Oct. 1, on conditions he live with  his parents in Gibsons, obey a 7  p.m. curfew (unless he must  work late), refrain from consuming intoxicants and stay oul of all  licenced establishments.  Believing it to be lime to  address the problems developing  in and around Elphie's Cabaret,  Gibsons council hosted a brainstorming meeting between councillors, RCMP, the liquor board  and Elphie's management Oct.  12.  What resulted in the informal  gathering was a decision by  council and liquor inspector  Tom Stewardson to have  Elphie's management draft a let-  'In the last year  we've had no  problems. It's  nothing what It  used to be like'  -Michele Whiting  ter explaining what actions they  will undertake to alleviate problems which occur outside the  bar.  Mayor Eric Small said he  wanted to tackle the situation  now because Brown's death  "kind of brought things to a  head.  "The fights down there are  not uncommon," he said, adding  they arise from "young people  feeling Iheir oats."  ���������- The noise is a  problem  mostly  affecting residents  of South Fletcher  Road, located one  street   up   from  Elphie's.  "There's      a  noise     problem  when Ihey let oul,"  Small said.  ������ "As   a   town  council, we're not  happy with the situation."  Elphie's co-owner Michele  Whiting, who look control of the  establishment just over one year  ago, said the problems occur outside the drinking establishment  with patrons loitering in front of  Ihe bar and across the street at a  late-night hot dog vendor.  "Il's a problem we have to try  and solve," she said, adding she  would like to work out an  arrangement with the hot dog  vendor lo have her close down  earlier so patrons won't file out  the bar and then h,ing around the  vendor. "I'm willing to  announce last call for her hot  dog stand, 15 minutes before we  close," she said.  Whiting said since she and  her partners have purchased lhe  establishment the situation at the  cabaret has improved.  "In Ihe last year we've had no  problems. It's nothing what il  used lo be like. It's a lot better."  Since taking over the bar,  Whiting said, about 30 patrons  have been banned for life for a  variety of instances���most stemming from them being uncooperative towards being cul off by  serving staff.  Whiting said her door staff  will monitor departing patrons  and mark down names of people  loitering outside and if problems  occur, those patrons will be  barred from further entrance to  the establishment.  Whiting said she also wonders why all the newspaper  accounts of the fatality fight  noted it occurred outside her bar.  "All the papers said Ihe fight  took place outside Elphie's and  not(across)," she pointed out.  Meanwhile, Gibsons RCMP  will continue with business as  usual, said Sgt. Rick Sergeant.  "Every community" has a bar  they get down on, he said. "If  there are problems we will handle them at that time."  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Singles Aerobics Champion  * 1991 Rtness World Aerobics Champion  * 1991 Canadian National Aerobics Champion  DROP IN ��� PUNCHCARD ��� MEMBERSHIP  Discounts for families, students & seniors  743 NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS   '88*&-4*o'��  ItMMtSMIMi  ,^-y*^  -���-.-   --.''..-mi. Coast News, October 18, 1993  opinion  Trumpeting  change of old guard  for a unified Coast  In times gone by, we've used this page four space to  wag our verbal finger about elections and voter responsibility, just as we've used this column to help support unified government for the Coast,  The lime has now come it would seem, to do both.  Championing the cause of unified government is an  easy task because it makes so much sense. Communities  keep their identities but reduced is a large portion of the  bureaucratic red tape and governmental service duplication we have come to expect on the Coast.  Paper work on the elections themselves would be  reduced by at least a third if we were voting for a single  government, never mind the reduced cost to recreation,  public utilities, public works... almost anything that can  be thought of on a government level.  Unfortunately, history shows us that those who sland  for election on the Sunshine Coast usually follow the  same trend (or is it rut?). They first appear before us as  eager idealists, devoted to the common good and willing  to pursue their beliefs with whippet-like exuberance.  Most come touting the benefits of single government.  Soon enough, however, they become embroiled in the  petty politics, rivalries and elitism of their respective governments. They quickly become as embittered and protectionist as anyone and as like to talk seriously about single  government as the Pope has of converting to Druidism.  Indeed, the amount of dictatorial chest puffing and self  congratulatory bull that begins to take place in some of  these government meetings is enough to make one throw  up... one's hands in disgust.  Often as not, the problem lies with old guard local  politicians. There are elected representatives on the Coast  who have been shuffling the same papers and blowing the  same trumpets for well over a decade. You can often find  them listed in the 'Remember When' archives of the  Coast News, and as often as not, the things they were  involved with 20 years ago are the ongoing problems of  today.  We are not out to say these perpetual politicians don't  possess a wealth of knowledge about the Coast and their  respective jurisdictions, but perhaps the time has come to  pay them as consultants for their experiences and elect  fresher perspectives to tlte task of nudging our communities closer to a united government.  The upcoming municipal elections are a mirror for the  populace, one that we will have to look through for  another three years. So you are tired of seeing the same  reflection you've seen for the last 20, do something about  it. Cast your vote toward the one government goal.  Registration urged...  It seems that, to date, a record few people are registered to vote in federal election.  Elections Canada is warning of long lines if everyone  waits until voting day, Oct. 25 to sign-up, so pre-register  A.S.A.P. The deadline is Oct. 20.  Look out Canada  here comes NAFTA  If Maude Barlow, council of  Canadians is right, Trevor I-aut-  ens' column in the Vancouver  Sun, Oct. 9, totally proves that  our 295 MPs haven't either read  the 2,000 page NAFTA agreement plus untold pages of side  agreements, or they didn't  understand it.  The former could be the case  as when I received a call from a  federal candidate's representative, he told me that we don't  send men and women to Ottawa  to read all these agreements  before they are signed. They are  read and approved by committees.  I just can't understand how  our food supply can be jeopardized in this way of allowing  battery raised chickens to live in  a buildup of their own excrement for six generations in  South Carolina before their  quarters are cleaned.  In addition, in Mexico, vegetables are reported to be raised  in raw sewage that is piped on  the growing fields and eventually under NAFTA the food  industry won't be able to say  where any of these food products are produced.  Aren't we supposed to be  eating more raw fruits and vegetables as a cancer preventative  and lo maintain general good  health? If we can't afford Medicare now, how will we pay for  the illness caused by these poi  soned foods? Let's have less  legislation and far more concern  for our citizens by our Members  of Parliament.  DARRELL S.SMITH  Gibsons  Thanks for help  with Schizophrenia  It is with sincere appreciation  that the membership and walk  committee of the Sunshine  Coast branch of the BC  Schizophrenia Society thank  you, the Coast News, for your  coverage of our first Walk the  World for Schizophrenia.  Exposure such as this will  greatly assist in eliminating the  false myths, wrong information  and stigma associated with  schizophrenia.  The society needs your assistance in getting the proper information to the general public so  decent funding is received for  this most tragic brain disease we  refer to as 'youth's greatest disabled (age 17 to 23 for young  men and 23 to 29 for young  women.)  Schizophrenia is like  Alzheimers, Parkinsons and  Multiple Sclerosis in that it is in  the brain the disease originates.  The latest medical research  by Dr. Philip Seeman and colleagues Hubert Von Toi and  Hong-Chang Guan have found  that the D4 dopamine receptor is  up to six times more numerous  in the brains of individuals who  have schizophrenia.  It may be possible lo use  brain scans to count the D4  receptors, opening the door to  treatments based on blocking  them.  This is but one reason  research funding is so important.  We need, and our youth deserve,  this research.  There are no preventative  measures that can be taken to  avoid schizophrenia, no cure. It  __*m\3^mm.  .memtmnemmm  MnWtS WmCOinu  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast Newt  Box 480  Qlbsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  jusl happens, but there is treatment.  There just has to be better  treatment, better medication  until, ultimately, hopefully, one  day a cure.  Schizophrenia is a costly disease as it strikes one in very 100  of the general population; over  30,000 people in BC and  270,000 in Canada suffer from  it; it has a cost of $4 billion a  year; it takes up more hospital  beds than any other disease.  Research dollars must be spent  to get these costs down.  We feel proud to be part of a  caring Sunshine Coast community, a community that is being  progressive in wanting to learn  the truth about schizophrenia  and to help alleviate the suffering it causes a great many people.  Thank you again.  SALLY DAWE, Secretary  Sunshine Coast Branch BCSS  In praise of  feminine touch  1 would like to express my  pleasure with the advent of  women reporters on the editorial  page.  I have enjoyed reading  Caitlin Hicks, Darah Hansen,  and Jane Seyd.  It feels good to finally see  women represented and a  female point of view on the editorial page.  CAROL ANN GLOVER  Roberta Creek  Conservatives awash as sea of change sweeps the world  A sea of change may be talcing place in Canadian politics in the run-up to next Monday's election.  Until very recently it seemed an apathetic and  discouraged electorate was vastly unimpressed  with all parties and inertia alone was about to reelect the Tories, perhaps with a vastly reduced  majority or as the principal player in a minority  government. That result would have been a real  accomplishment for Prime Minister Campbell  given the trough of unpopularity, well earned in  which her party was wallowing when the mellifluous Mulroney went to his rewards in the private  sector.  Now it would appear that some less than  sparkling performances in the televised debates by  the prime minister, some chilling evasiveness on  the subject of the welfare system, and yet more  untimely pork barrel politics masquerading as privatization at the Toronto airport have the Tories on  the political ropes.  It couldn't happen to a better party.  The cobbled-together collaboration of opportunists and separatists with which Mulroney paved  his path to power was ever an unsavoury alliance.  If the election on the 25th is to see an end lo it you  can be sure I will be somewhere in the mists of  autumnal Edinburgh waving a little red maple leaf  in the air and dancing a celebratory jig.  It has been a dismal decade and a half for  thoughtful democrats since the so-called Great  Communicator was elected President of the United  States and the Iron Lady took up her doctrinaire  musings  cudgels in Britain.  Reagan and Thatcher swept to power preaching  the infallibility of market forces. Governments  were to gel out of the way and let unbridled greed  arrange our affairs.  Never in my near half century of political observation have such doctrinal purists of any persuasion held the reins of government.  Brian Mulroney, coming to power a few years  later, fell eagerly in step with his mentors in monetarism and market forces. Had the blueprint for  government action in Canada. Britain and the United States been drawn up in the boardrooms of the  multi-nationals, and there are those who think it  was, it could not have done more to benefit the  giant corporations at the expense of the people and  the institutions of the three countries.  A decade and a half after Thatcher and Reagan  and their monetarist wisdoms swept to power all  three countries are plunged in debt and social  unrest threatens.  Only in Britain does the doctrinaire right still  John burnside  hold sway.  I was taking some refreshment in a bar in Edinburgh on a recent Friday afternoon and the prime  minister was on television rallying the troops at a  party conference in Blackpool. In conformity with  the hard line on "lorr and order" which his party  seems to crave, Major was going on about how he  was going to make the streets of England safe  again.  The Scots in the bar were largely ignoring the  whole thing but one did offer comment as he went  by to refill his glass.  "Och, for God's sake, man. Ye've had three  kicks al the ba' and ye havenae hut it yet."  Ain't that the truth, folks.  Not that the ruling Conservatives in Britain are  repentant. Not a bit. At the Blackpool conference  the president of the young Conservatives called  with unholy relish for a return to flogging and  hanging.  The cabinet minister responsible for social welfare got much applause by targeting single mothers  as a drain on society and as a spawning source of  future criminals. The policies of the past IS years  have been disastrous and their perpetrators call  eagerly for more of the same and tougher measures  against the weakest among us.  I suspect Kim Campbell's remarkable evasiveness on the subject of social welfare is occasioned  by the fact that there was nothing she could get her  party to agree to that could possibly be sold to the  voters, hence her silence.  But if the Canadian Tories are about to follow  the American Republicans out of the palaces of  power it does not mean our path ahead will be  trouble fiee.  There are significant changes in the world; the  pre-eminence of the industrialized nations of the  west will still be challenged as never before by the  emergent energies of Asia  Whichever hands hold the levers of political  power, difficulties will be real, the challenges  many.  It is to be hoped some farsighted stewardship of  the resources remaining to us will take place. People must be seen as a principal resource and provision made for their training for creative and contributory self-sufficiency.  There is a most important role for governments  to play in this marshalling and distribution of  resources for the benefit of their citizens. No safe  and civilized society is otherwise possible.  The failure of radical conservatives to understand this is the measure of their failure in office.  COAST^NEWS  Subscrtpthr, ffefee foe  tht Com! Nmnot the Wedter*lec  Ca-aiea-t-a* I year ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6moailtii * $20-$140GST-$21.40  formip,: 1 ya��r - $40 (No CST)  Ha* No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast, BC. every Monday by  Classhrd-r-ts LH.  Gibsons Office ��� 537 Cruice lane  Boa 460, Cibsons, BC, VON 1V0  (604) 916*2622, Fax (604) 886-772 5  Sec*-** Oflr-f ��� SS11 tX-trees SL  Baax 66 Sechelt. B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 805-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fan (604)885*3954  Publisher Gary Hebert  Sale,  Manager Cam Pua-Sy  AOVarrteing  Peoietenrarivea Oadav Caardeiaon, Jar��Ea��*a*a*de,  Lonl Shaw. Sla-naarae Carlya*.-Smith  OtSc. Manager Ann. Traomaten  0009 Stall  ��� Gibeona Saa.Cona*aoa  -Secneir Hene Roaa.  Acting Editor Stuert Bumelde  /ttporrm.     Oerah Heneen.  Jane Seyd. lea*. Caabb  Phorograptw Joel J-rfanaalone  Production  jMav-avaa*       Pat Tripp  Production    Beverley SMptey,  AndyJutos.  eilzatteth Simpson  | VourccmmiMmskytAWAMD-WtNNINC  The Sunshine Coast News to protected bv copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any meant to  prohibited unless permission in writing to first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  -  ------ ---*-  ^M^rfiMM  m_m Making note of the short life  and times ofB. Swarbrick  Brian Swarbrick was the  youngest reporter ever at the  Globe and Mail, the youngest  deskman al the Canadian Press,  and then the youngest producer  at the CBC. He died out here  about a year ago in Vernon and  there was little notice of his  passing.  His father was a glassblower  from Lancashire who came out  during the depression and found  that there was not much call for  glassblowing in Toronto in  those years and Swarbrick  delivered the Globe and Mail on  his bike up and down the Dun-  forth before school every morning. After school he delivered  buns for a local bakery along  much the same route. He got to  be a copy boy at the Globe  before he had finished high  school.  Thereafter his career  advanced in leaps and bounds,  which was nice in a way but  began to provide him with a few  problems. He was never in one  place long enough to really get  solid with the terrain. He was  always a little uncertain and in  fact, took on a definite  Mephistophelean limp. Nothing  wrong with his right foot, purely  psychological but he came to  have a definite list to starboard.  All this before I met him. He  went to the Korean war for god  knows what reason and when he  came back the ranks had closed  behind him and he was a freelance. He turned up as a  stranger at the end of a small bar  we used to go to in Ottawa  where the people usually all  knew each other. The bartender  came to me at the other end and  said this man says he's a film  writer - shall I introduce you?  Brian had written a first film bul  the producer had not paid as  planned and he was in a bit of a  bind.  I had two beds in n\y hotel  room so he stayed over and was  thoroughly amusing throughout.  He had a genuine wit, Swarbrick. His cheque got sorted out  the next day and he returned to  Toronto. When I moved to  In a nutshell  Toronto though some months  later, 1 rented the top floor of a  tall narrow house he was living  in just off Bloor and Yonge.  He was doing features for the  Toronto Star Weekly and writing a play and he got married to  the daughter of the vice-chairman of the Southam Press,  receiving a Jaguar XKE as a  wedding present. He liked cars  and around this time he got  together a few people and started making a kind of desert vehicle, pouring plastic jeep-like  bodies and putting in re-furbished Volkswagen engines.  There was no end of trouble  pouring his awful plastic but the  cars themselves were as light as  could be and went like stink.  With Swarbrick driving il could  be a bit of an adventure even on  Ihe normal highway.  He wrote a book that sold a  fair amount called A Duffer's  Guide to Bogey Golf which,  since he had never played golf  himself, required for research  that he be out on the course  early just about every day  through the summer. I am not  sure but I think he may have  been the first Canadian playwright to get on at the Alex.  The play was pretty well  every young playwright's first  play but it was well produced  and had a nice cast (Joe Austin  late of this town was in it) and  one way and another it got  Swarbrick the job of artistic  director of the Beaverbrook  Playhouse in Fredericktpn. He  piled his bride into the XKE and  they took off and it was some  years before I saw him again.  Then I was living quietly in a  place called Holly Lodge in Kit-  silano where Joe Austin also  lived. The Beachcomber series  stuart nutter  was being initially put together,  as script, a lot of it in Joe's  kilchen, and I started getting  calls from Brian in Toronto. He  had an arrangement with the  Star to take his stuff if he went  back and forth across the country taking the pulse of the small  towns and he thought I should  go with him and maybe develop  some radio or whatever. I didn't  really think this was going to  work but joined him in Winnipeg where he was picking up  a Winnebago and said I would  try it to Edmonton.  The trouble was he really  knew very little about the country at all. When he had done a  series for the Star on the capital  cities he had flown from one to  the next with a pre-arranged list  of people to interview, most of  which could be done in his  hotel. I had been over much of  this ground doing documentary  film scripts and with this you  have always a crew coming  along behind who need to find  all the scenes and people just as  writ and you have to be some  sort of exact.  I left him in Edmonton and  returned to Kitsilano. Later  when 1 was here and cropped up  for the last time as Okanagan  bureau chief for BC Report, I  had phoned him after the referendum vote to see what he  thought and he had just died of a  heart attack.  It may seem perhaps an  almost ineffectual life, but looking back there was no time  when Swarbrick was depressed.  He was always writing some-'  thing and always there was  some overriding idea that kept  him bowling merrily along.  Always he had something to say  and always he was amusing.  Posters defeat  themselves  Do Ihe people who placed the  election posters along the road  by Davis Bay beach really think  I would be affected in a positive  way by these eyesores? In fact,  my reaction is to not vote for a  party which attracts people who  have such disregard for environmenlal aesthetics.  JOSEPHINE A. HAMMOND  Gibsons  Food bank gives  thanks  At this Thanksgiving lime  through the medium of the  Coast News and the Weekender,  may we again give our heartfelt  thanks lo all the members of our  communily who have helped Ihe  Sechelt Food Bank over the past  year. There are far too many to  name individually in this space  but they themselves know who  Ihey are and I am sure, give  freely without thought of public  acknowledgement.  We also want to thank all the  generous people who continue  to donate cash and food lo our  collection box in Trail Bay Mall  and who save cash register tapes  for us from Clayton's Heritage  Market, the IGAs and SuperValu. The cash register tapes are  a very important source of  income for us and permit us lo  purchase food from these stores  and take advantage of their specials. Since the need for the food  bank seems to be continuing  here in Sechelt, this is most  important.  Service clubs also help us -  Ihe Royal Canadian Legion,  Sechell branch, Rotary, Lions  and Sunshine Coast Motorcycle  Association as well as Camp  Douglas who donated surplus  supplies after the camps were  over.  The merchants in the area  also help us considerably. Trail  Bay Mall gives us space for our  donation box. Clayton's has  bread an other food for us every  week. IGA Plus in Wilson  Creek does likewise and lets us  have tins for donations and  tapes al each cash register.  Henry's Bakery has bread for us  every week. Sallaire Distributors often have goodies for us.  G&B Services donated to our  account at Claytons. A generous  hardware store (who didn't want  to be mentioned) donated paint  for our re-paint. Coast Meats,  Shop Easy, Family Mart, Coast  Club Cafe, Golden City Restaurant, Pacifica Pharmacy, Atlas  Office and the Bulk Food Store  have allowed us to have Sechelt  Food Bank bottles on their  counters for customer donations.  Thank you.  I haven't mentioned the continuing help we get from St.  Hilda's Church, holy Family  Catholic Church and the other  churches in Ihe area.  Such evidence of support  makes our efforts seem worthwhile. Without communily help,  our volunteers would have an  impossible task.  To those who haven't been  listed, please excuse the ommis-  sion.  JOAN PRATT, Coordinator  Sechelt Food Bank  Marking World  Food Day  It's amazing to think in this  age of super save grocery stores  that our food production began  way back in 8,000 BC when  farmers first domesticated wild  plants. At that time there were  only four million people on the  planet, now there are that many  people born every day.  Farming today is big business, $24.8 billion dollars worth  in Canada alone. Yet more and  more we are discovering that it  is no longer a question of how  much food we produce, but how  we produce our food. When our  food supply rests on uniform  seeds, high chemical inputs and  huge tracts of machine harvested crops, we find ourselves in a  spiralling dilemma. Our soils  are polluted, we have lost one-  quarter of our farms to debt in  the past 25 years and entire rural  communities have vanished  along with their demise.  On October 16 we mark  World Food Day. What needs to  be at the root of our food production is low-cost, low-input,  diverse seeds that don't need  expensive chemicals to grow,  that provide competitive yields  and preserve the rich diversity  of genetic material needed to  adapt our harvests to future  blights and changing climates.  Since 1988, USC has been  working alongside farmers and  scientists to pul farming back  into the able hands of farmers.  Giving credit to farmers for their  knowledge and expertise  acquired through centuries of  earning their livelihood on the  land is the only way to conserve  crop diversity and sustain the  use of arable land.  JOHN MARTIN  Chief Executive Officer  USC Canada  If you're  not wearing a seat belt,  what's stopping you?  Coast News, October 18, 1993  RoadF?  Sense  aJj 60 ift impo/iUinl jiifti  w'oil  til ti..ii �� 65. . .  Happy Birthday  on your 60th,  Shirley White  A.all*, oj cLoVfc  Husband & Family  If you have a  news  story or  see news  hai  685-3950.  The Coast News  The Coast Made Clear.  2.  3.  DISTRICT OF SECHELT  Notice of Sitting of the Court of Revision  The District ol Sechelt has constructed the following works which will be supported in  part by frontage tax levies:  1 *     The paving and shouldering ol Christian Road as a Local Improvement.  (Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 201,193).  The paving and shouldering ol Jasper Road as a Local Improvement.  (Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 202,1993).  The paving and shouldering of Pam Road, including 53 metres east of the existing  pavement on Nestman Road, as a Local Improvement.  (Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 203,1993).  4.     Revitalization improvement for an area within the Downtown Core of the District of  Sechelt referred to as the "Cowrie Beautification Initiative Specified Area".  (Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 204,1993).  The Frontage Tax Assessment Rolls will be open for inspection at the Municipal Hall,  5S45 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C., during regular office hours, commencing Wednesday,  October 27,1993.  A Court of Revision will be held on Monday, November 8th, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. in the  Council Chamber at the Municipal Hall for the purpose of hearing complaints as to:  (a) the names of the owners of parcels of land;  (b) the actual frontage of the parcels;  (c) the taxable frontage of the parcels.  A complaint shall not be heard by the Court of Revision unless notice of the complaint  has been made in writing to the office of the Collector at least 48 (forty eight) hours prior  to the time appointed for the sitting of the Court of Revision.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C., this 18th day of October, 1993.  Arthur J. Lew  Collector  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us ot 886-2622 or 885-3930!  ������.���-���  Wide range  of  styles and sizes of  JEANS  Jtcrpam   MensWecir  Trail Bay Mali, Sechelt S8S-9330  mm  _mm  ���MMHMMMMMMM  _^_^_m_^_^_^_^_^_t_m_t_t_^  -a-aridl Coast News, October 18, 1993  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community Programming on Coast Cable 11  Gibsons/Sechelt & Coast Cable 10 Pender  Harbour  Tuesday, October 19,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooklnj  "Harvest Food"  7:00pm: Parliamentary Talkback  M.L.A. Gonlon Wilson joins host Harold Fletcher in Ihe studio. Taped  Oct 14th.  8:00pm: Home Support Services  Coast Cable 11 takes a look into some of the services offered by the  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society.  8:30pm: SL Mary's Administration  Lola Westell talks with Ted Wright.  Wednesday, October 20,1993  7:00pm: Powell River CaMenet  All Candidates Meeting  The stall and volunteers in Powell River bring Ihe candidates tor election  lo their studio on this programme taped Oct. S.1993  9:00pm: T.O.R.R. '93  Tie Tantalus Off Road Rally is one of the biggest 4 wheel drive events of  thc year.  Coast Cable 11 Gibsons / Sechelt  Thursday, October 21,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Lei's Do Lunch"  7:Wpm: Allergy a* Nutrition "LIVE" Phone-In  Dania Matiation lalks with Dr. Janice Jonega  8:00pm: Canada From Every Quarter  8:15pm: Fuel Smart Challenge  8:30pm: Challenging Educational Change In S.D. #46 "LIVE" Phone-  in  Maureen Clayton is the host.  SPONSORED BY SOUTH COAST FORD  (iibsons Beavers, Cubs and Scouts and Venturers join the  Kinsmen Lions Club In the Dougal Park Kin Hut Wednesday for  Qtorgtln  badges and scarf presentations Wednesday evening. The Lions  dub Is now sponsoring the various groups.        Joel Johnstone photo  ���aaahaa-taaaj bv Daaaa Meant eMcW efentfee Meat ���*"k��^L  National W  Na��kxuJPartyofC^ada/PartiNationdduCanada  PUBLIC MEETING  Friday, Oct. 22 ��� 7:30 p.m.  Gibsons Legion Hall  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Mark Grenier  your local  candidate, will be  in attendance to  answer your  questions in an  open forum.  by George Cooper  Roslyn Pruitt of Fit Co West on North  Road would like lo hear from seniors who  might like to have a mid-morning exercise  class. Surveys show, she says, that seniors  make gains in fitness with regular exercise.  Call her at 886-4606.  Scams  In September last in Saskatoon an 82-  year-old woman was conned into giving a  man a large 'chunk of cash'. He convinced  her that he was a relative and that he had lost  his wallet. Sounds unbelievable, but it did  happen.  Any scams on our peaceful Coast? A couple of years ago an elderly lady found too  late that she had bought a vacuum cleaner  for over $1,000.  Ever find an utter stranger at your door  soliciting for some charity or other? No way  to tell if they are honest or dishonest. Turn  them away and send the donation by mail.  A big envelope comes saying you are a  prise winner? File it. There's also the well  known magazine whose lottery for the million has now been running four years and  still going strong. Must confess I fell for it.  Just be one to read about scams, not the one  to report, one.  Alt  University publication for alumni offers  the bargain of the year - namely a miniature  replica of Mark Rothko's number 16, the  two-colour masterpiece for which the taxpayers of Canada coughed up $1.8 million.  Courtesy of our national gallery. The colours  are red and white, a large rectangle surrounded by sloppy red bands. Very exciting  painting.  Hang it on your mirror for a jolly morning start to the day or better, send it to the  National Gallery with your considered opin  ion of the thing. Of course, we know that  everyone wants a Rothko, but do we need  one?  Schools  Langdale sends a big thank you to Margaret Zavaglio and Judy McClay for the  great work they did for the school's open  house.  And as well, to all those many volunteers  who provided casseroles, coffee and who  cleaned and moved tables; and to Donna  Welda who served endless cups of juice to  the children.  In passing  Norman Wells, my friend from the Territories, tells me of a fellow down there who  kept his savings under his pillow. In time the  pile of money got so high the fellow was  forced to sit up to sleep. He blew all the  money one weekend. Why? It was becoming  a pain in the neck.   aj flife.fl.eie  yWPMI lllmmm  by Joyce Ostry  I guess it's lime to come back  into the house and start doing the  things we do when the sunshine  is blotted out by clouds and fog.  That means we answer the  phone quicker and could become  a person who has been contacted  by fraudulent telemarketing  schemes. It's easy to be taken in  by these slick characters.  Because we all think we have'  good judgment this leaves us  open to being deceived by phony  schemes. You could invent a  story which would have you cut  short the conversation. Someone's at the door or your ride is  waiting for you.  Insist they phone tomorrow at  a certain time and say goodbye.  You then have the choice of  being in at that time the next day  or being out. I'd wager a bet that  the call won't come through.  Often the calls are about trips  and who wouldn't like that  option.  I suggest you get in touch  with a travel agent. We have  some good ones here on the  Coast. The caller could ask for  your credit card number to  ensure this great deal. And ten,  additional charges are made and  you get to the point where you  feel you have to complete the  deal because you've already  spent a lot of money you can't  get back.  Another game is to lure people into sending money for substandard merchandise. Last summer I was contacted by phone  about a 'buy direct and start sav  ing' group. I told them I wasn't  interested at the moment, but  suggested they return the inquiry  in the fall. Surprise, I received  mail on this. It's actually a system to buy a freezer and food '  from a company. During the initial phone conversation I told  them we already have a freezer  and thought they won't make a  second contact. Now, it's our  choice without pressure.  Soon Oct. 25 will present  itself and Canadian citizens will  exercise their right to vote.  This     Power     Smart     Month  Win a Fabulous  B.C. Advei  Red Cross symposium on  development offered to students  This November the Canadian  Red Cross will be running an  International Development  Symposium for students in  grades 11 and 12.  The symposium will take  place at the North Vancouver  Outdoors School in Brackendale, BC, Nov. 11 to 14.  The event offers young people the opportunity to learn  about and discuss issues concerning international development. It makes young people  aware of the Red Cross, the role  of the Geneva conventions and  international humanitarian law  in today's world.  It also attracts delegates from  across BC and Canada as well  as the US, HongKong, Sweden,  Korea, Norway and Holland.  The symposium offers young  people the opportunity to be  involved with their own learning. Delegates will participate in  simulations, small group discussions, experiential learning  activities and audiovisual/drama presentations. The  four days are focused towards  delegate interaction and participation.  One very unique aspect of  symposium is that it is organized and run by young people  The Breckenridge: Panoramic window walls,  sunken living room. 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To register for Symposium  '93 contact Bruce Cunnings at  431-4200, or talk to your school  councillor for a registration  form,  The symposium fee is $130  (including GST). This includes  transportation to and from Red  Cross to the outdoor school,  accommodation, all meals and  educational material.  Going Aw.iy  on V.ic.ition?  Your Secret's  .Safe With Us.  ItmftmOKMt boat ���Hita.  M/A-a*MlO*K  Meirlmlnjeiail Pin amiHi  tsaeorHt-atntSYndlMafsoM  tOmkmUnk-tmm*  CAI1SHARON 885*2228  The  Coast  News:  The Sunshine  Coast's  first choice  fa news, sports  & entertainment  coverage!  t ��  - --"���  -���������������        ���----^^���.������-^^^tAaa.aMMIJaiiJ.y^-  mmm.  *���-    ������   ' Coast News, October 18, 1993  community  nbertscnek  by Katharine Trueman,  885-2822  Did you know that October if  fire safety month? Now is a good  opportunity for families to make  fire escape plans, arrange a meeting place outside, and decide  which neighbour will call the fire  department for you in case of  fire. Take a tour of your home  and property lo clear away any  fire hazards.  The focus for this year is  'once you are out of a burning  building, you stay out.' If you  need help wilh your plans or  informalion contact fire chief  Denis Mulligan al the Roberts  Creek fire hall or drop into the  Gibsons fire hall where they now  have full time staff in attendance.  Creek elementary  The school's annual Fall  Book Fair was really successful  with sales the highest ever - over  $2,400.  Just a little over half of the  amount is converted into new  books for the library and classroom support materials. The next  book fair will be held in the  spring.  A reminder that the Parents  Group meeting will be Tuesday,  Oct. 19 at 7 pm. For particulars  conlact the school.  L'Ecole Passe-Partout  Now in the fourth year of  operation, L'Ecole Passe-Partout  is now beginning a French play  group for children ages three and  four. There will be a schoolwide  Open House on Wednesday, Oct.  20 at 7 pm at Camp Douglas. If  you have preschool age children  or children in grades one to four  and are interested in an opportunity for French in their education, then you are invited to  attend.  Let's vote  Can't vote on election day?  No problem. If you are registered  you may vote at the advance poll  on Oct. IS and 19 at either  Greenecourt hall in Sechelt or  the Kin Hut in Gibsons between  noon and 8 pn>.  On Oct. 25, voting for most of  Roberts Creek will be held at the  Roberts Creek legion from 9 am  to 8 pm. Let's exercise our right  davls bay news  Roving, roving, roving...  The 25th Thunderbird Rovers In 1941 (above), and(below), the same group of men, now known as the  28th Rovers, at their Camp Byng reunion Sunday. (Left to right) Herb Maxwell, Howard Fader, Phil  Atkins, Dave Waterhouse, Harry Ashton, Ernie Sutherland, George KalugerofT. The 28th Rovers  meet every three or five years to recall their days as Scouts, Venturers and Rovers.  Super Multi Plus  Vitamin E  Acidophilus  Caldolphilu  Primrose Oil  VARIETY KlLfh FOODS  down  I'i   Kd    dibsons I .  the biggest little store ht Gibson* Landing 116-2934  NATUREWORKS    Wilson Creek (IG.  Nutrition Cent... Inc     i{J0H7J0'  Phone 885-0773  as Canadian citizens and vote.  Mobile scout shop  The mobile scout shop will be  visiting Camp Byng on Tuesday,  Oct. 19 between 3 and 7 pm. A  perfect opportunity to purchase  all your scouting uniform needs  as well as books and equipment.  In conjunction with the scout  shop, the Sunshine Coast District  will hold an introduction session  for all new scouters and group  committee members from 6:30 to  7 pm. Both events will be located  at Skeena Lodge.  Library news  We are all haunted by the  'what-ifs' of our personal lives  and of history.  This week we recommend  Fatherland by Robert Harris, a  fine mystery set in a parallel universe where Hitler's 1,000 year  Reich has survived into the 60s  instead of crumbling into bloody  ruins in 1945. This book is highly recommended for non-mystery  reading.  Other new fiction books  include Margaret Atwood's fine  The Robber Bride and the latest  Martha Grimes mystery The  Horse You Came On.  A great addition to our collection of herb-related books is the  Herb Drying Handbook by Blose  and Cusick, which includes  instructions for microwave drying.  Also Revenge of the Land by.  Maggie Siggins, which is a fascinating slice of prairie history.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  After a glorious September and part of October,  it's starting to look like we may skip fall and head  into the beginning of winter.  The cold air descends at night and brings fog in  the morning. The bushes are laden wilh red berries,  supposedly meaning a long, cold winter, woodpiles  are getting higher and the sound of chainsaws fills  the air. The thrift shops are inundated with summer  clothes, the patio furniture is put away for another  year and we batten down the hatches for another  winter season.  Congrats  Congratulations to the winners of the Books for  Newborns raffle, Don Richards, the lighthouse  keeper at Merry Island who won the fishing reel  (how appropriate) and Kalhie Morgan who won  the pickup load of wood.  Craft sale  The craft sale held on Oct. 9 offered an array of  items that were unique and imaginative from lovely dried flower arrangements, handmade children's  clothes, Chrislmas placemats and napkins to crafted jewelry, cushions and a wide choice of homemade dills, salsa, bread and much more. Jeff Taylor and Jo Vanderveen dispensed coffee and  muffins with warm smiles and a cheery 'good  morning.'  Girl guides  Shop-for-a-day is the theme on Ocl. 20 when  Girl Guide uniforms, books etc. will be on sale at  the mall from 2 lo 8 pm. This is a one day only  event and more info may be had by phoning Lome  at 886-2038.  Community association  The DBWC Community Association's first  meeiing of the new season held last Wednesday,  attracted over 30 inquiring and enthusiastic residents who turned out to ask town planner Rob  Buchan a variety of questions.  They were direct and to the point and the  answers were honest and informative. Questions  pertained to everything from height restrictions,  sewers, roads, jet ski boats and parks to the status  of the proposed hotel in Davis Bay, which now  appears to have been shelves for the present. However, planning is still going ahead on the marina  complex. The biggest single issue still appears to  be the condition of the beachfront, the constant  erosion and the lack of maintenance on the most  beautiful and popular beach on the Coast.  Mr. Buchan encouraged residents to attend  council meetings and let their needs and wants be  known. Let's not forget that we vote these people  into office expecting they will attend to the issues.  Council meetings are held on the first and third  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at the municipal hall.  The association's meetings will be moved to  evenings on a four month trial basis starting next  month in order to accommodate Ihose who work  during the day. It is hoped this will encourage  attendance from younger residents who need or  want to become involved in the community. A citizen of the year award for DBWC will be a new  distinction in our community and when all details  have been worked out, you will read it here. Many  thanks to Vi Gibbons who has donated a  microwave lo Ihe kilchen.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Si  W&i Corporation of tfoe  jjtgtettt of BttptU  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, SadwHaa VON 3A0 Telephone (604)885-1966 Far. (004) 865*7501  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Important Notice to  Non-Resident Electors  Non-resident property owners can vote  only when they have obtained a property  elector certificate from the Municipal Hall  by NW(Mltwr 5.1993 The application for  that certificate must be signed by a  majority of individuals on title, who name  one individual as the person entitled to  vote. Bring a copy of your Certificate or  Title or recent title search. You must take  the property elector certificate with you  and register at the time of voting.  [Sechell Arena Now  i Open for Public Skating  I Following is a schedule for public skate  I periods at the Sechelt Arena. Please note  | that during the winter a lew of these will  I have to be cancelled because of hockey  I tournaments. Notice of any cancellations  I will appear in the Municipal Memo.  j Fridays:  I Parents and Pre-schoolers  I 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm  ! Open Slutting  . 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm  I Teen Skate  19:00 pm -10:00 pm  ! Saturdays  I Open Skate  I 4:45 pm - 6:45 pm  | Sundays  | Open Skating  I 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm  I . .  ^���^Cllp W Save  Municipal All Candidates  Meeting  The West Sechelt Community Association is  sponsoring an all candidates meeting for  those who are running for the office of Mayor  or Councillor for the District of Sechelt The  meeting will be moderated by Gordon  Wilson, MLA.  The next three years are of vital importance  to residents of Sechelt and all electors are  urged to take this opportunity to question the  Candidates on issues important to us all  OaattK  Wednesday, October 27,1993  Placa:  Rockwood Annex  Tims:  7:00 p.m.  All residents are urged to listen to the candidates and ask questions on their priorities  so that you may make an informed choice on  November 20th in the Municipal election.  Note Change of Time for  Oct. 20 Council Meeting  Please note regular Council Meeting of  Oct. 20th will be held in the afternoon lor  this occasion only.  Tims: 1:30 p.m.    Place: Municipal Hall  Future Council Meetrings will be at the  regular time and place.  The Coast News  Our 48th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast  _______________________________________  u_+_m_*_m  aala^MkM  ettttm.  aafeatM Coast News, October 18,  1993  The Renovator  19yean in residential construction  Repairs ��� Maintenance* Imaginative renovations  QUALITY WORK  Free estimates  Eric James* 885-6096  community  F"  ^   HALLOWE'EN DANCE  *  1E%t tftoater*  ��*>  v  Saturday Oct 30tn ��� 9PM New SCA Hall. Trail Ave, Sechelt  .^ Tickets $12- available at  �����      Talewind Books, Scotts Music. Sayward Books.  Coast Books. Roberts Creek Store  PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUMES  1st prize Si00 gilt certificate I Blue Heron Inn  All WELCOME  Waterside P'OOuctio'. denetit tor inp  Secieit Legicy- Pioeoanj  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 886-2844  *r  v  84-2844       ^  OCTOBER 25*26, 1993 ��� 9:00 A.M.-4.00 P.M.  SECHELT INDIAN BAND HALL  Recognizing thc causes of old negative family  patterns and offering practical tools to support  adults and children to live by their highest values;  Introducing a language of personal employment;  How to support a healthy conscience instead of  blame and shame; The ,\rt of Spiritual  Companioning, and much more - OPEN TO ALL  TO REGISTER: Sechelt Indian Band  FEE: $100.00 TEXT: $25.00  Shawani Campbell Star 885-9404  Annual toy run  revving up  The Christian RMtn  Second Annual Food  and Toy Run meets at  Hackett Park Oct. 30, at  10:30 am for an 11 am  parade through Sechelt.  All proceeds go to the  Salvation Army. AU  forms of transportation  are welcome to Join.  Donations can be  dropped off at Gibsons  Christian Book Store,  the Trail Bay Mall  Snack Bar, and IGA in  Madeira Park.  Joel Johnstone photo  **W1"                '                    ~                       *   ' ��a "*��� *-'  VV -a, r-li aia*4  &0&��'*_$iE?  *���  *���  ***  'i  I H               ^u _\^_^_^_mf- *sss^^B. Bfs^l^B i  L  w���.m r^v   i^Zl2 ��iLi tJSS^^m  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-,365  The volunteers who are members of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt branch are  lo be congratulated. They collectively have  been named Citizen of the Year and were so  honoured al the recent award dinner at the  legion.  In this day of budget cutbacks and threatened universal health care this contribution  becomes all Ihe more important. The volunteers put many hours into a variety of programs and services. They run the local thrift  shop, hold bazaars and sales.  They also provide direct patient services  from library to hairdressing to the loan cupboard of medical equipment such as  wheelchairs, crutches, etc. The auxiliary  raised and contributed $125,000 to the hospital last year. The auxiliary deserves our support and always welcomes new volunteers.  Plan to attend the annual bazaar on Nov. 13.  That beautiful dollhouse which has been on  display in Sechell will be auctioned at the  bazaar.  Skating  It's time lo dust off your skates, get them  sharpened and head up lo the arena for skating. The public skating schedule is outlined  weekly in this paper under the Municipal  Memo, or phone the arena for confirmation as  hockey can .sometimes change the schedule.  Flu shots  The Coast Garibaldi Health Unit is holding  a flu shot clinic on Wednesday, Oct. 20 from  9:30 to 11:30 am at the unit on Inlet Avenue  in Sechelt. No appointment is necessary. This  is for seniors and children and adulls who are  at risk.  An evening of music is coming up at the  arts centre in Sechelt on Friday, Oct. 22 at 7  pm. The Joy of Music Studio is presenting a  recital of popular and classical music. Violin,  piano and voice are featured. Admission is by  donation wilh the funds raised going toward  the arts centre building fund.  Rockwood  Rockwood Cenlre, with its innovative programs and shows is planning an interesting  showcase of local talent on Nov. 6. The program is called Sound Works and will feature  not only local musicians on the sound stage all  day bul talented Coast craftspeople of the  music world as well. You will be able to hear  great sounds, watch musical instruments  being built or repaired and sound technicians  busy recording. There is much more, participation is welcome. Call 883-2322.  All native women are welcome to attend  the weekly meetings of the Native Womens  Support Group on Wednesday evenings from  7 to 9 pm. It's a time to share concerns, ideas  and have fun. Call 885-2273 or 885-4589 for  information.  Pender Harbour health facilities  focus of Community Care Week  Featured Restaurant of the Week  PEBBLES  RESTAURANT  Enjoy the best of Sechelt at  Pebbles Restaurant located on the  waterfront at the Driftwood Inn.  Sample our superb meals - either  breakfast, lunch or dinner. Our friendly  and courteous staff look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful location  overlooking Trail Bay and Georgia Strait.  Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bninch on Sunday 8 am - 2:30 pm.  Dinner Reservations Recommended. Call 885-5811.  FAMILY 0INING  HaW-A-Wiy R-Mtiunnt - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwv*  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and coid dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart s  content. Don't forget our Friday (t  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501. 50 seats plus banquet room  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl - Open for breaklasl.  lunch and dinner ..even days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Baekaddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road  Closed Mondays 4 Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvintt Landing Put - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average din  ner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145. Mastercard it  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's Restaurant * Lunch and dinner apecials even,' day House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta. Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't mass Andy's great lunch  buffel Mon-Fri and our popular  Sundav brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101. Gibsons, 886*3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Heron Inn - Localed on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for Ihe summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chat Philippe Rtitaunnt at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/5 days a  week. Closed Tues. 4Wed.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  Iamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamM desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Effective Oct. 1, closed Tuesdays.  Open Wed-Mon for dinner and  Thurs-Mon for lunch. Lunch  hours: 11:30 ��� 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  HWtidt FmUy Restaurant Located at  Seaview Place, Highway 101. Featuring relaxed fine evening dining  with special emphasis on fresh  seafoods, innovative local cuisine  and daily specials. Casual atmosphere, licensed and air-conditioned. Hours: lunch, 11-4:30,  Mon-Sun; dinner Sun-Wed, 5*9;  Thurs-Sat, 5-10.866*2993.  The Pender Harbour Health Centre Society is  celebrating Community Care Week of Oct. 17 to  23 by promoting public awareness of the services  provided by the centre.  Community Care Week has been proclaimed  provincially by Lieutenant Governor David Lam  and is sponsored by the provincial health care  associations - BC Association of Community Care,  BC Health Association and BC Association of Private Care.  The health centre was initiated and continues to  be operated by a local membership comprised of  people from Area A. The board of directors acts on  behalf of the membership to provide heallh care  services not provided by the Ministry of Health  and to provide rental space to health care professionals such as the local doctor, dentist and physiotherapist.  Routine Nursing Services such as blood pressure, dressings, injections and immunizations,  home nursing care and breast self-exam teaching  clinics are available by appointment.  The laboratory is open Monday to Friday, 9:15  am to 2:30 pm. The public health nurse conducts  weekly Well Baby Clinics, Travel Clinics and pre  and postnatal advice. Counselling is offered by  Menial Health, Action: Drug and Alcohol and Project Parent. The centre has a well stocked loan cupboard for anyone needing crutches, canes or  wheelchairs.  The visiting specialists attending the heallh centre are Dr. Stewart - ear, nose and throat; Dr.  McRoberts - optometrist; and Dr. Jones - podiatrist. Island Acoustics does hearing testing and  hearing aid sales and service.  Dr. Amiel's medical practice is open Monday to  Friday. Dr. Choy's dental practice is open Thursday to Saturday and Katie Angermeyer provides  physiotherapy on a regular basis. For more information or for appointments call 883-2764.  Provincial government to host  home business workshop in Sechelt  > On TIM Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by 4 sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bninch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emll I Gann't DrJM bi - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Smal charge fo orders under $10.  Havy. 101. Gibsons. 886*7813.  The provincial governmenl is  hosting a workshop for  entrepreneurs interested in learning the essential steps involved  in starting a successful home-  based business. The workshop  will be offered in Sechelt, Small  Business, Tourism and Culture  Minister Bill Barlee announced  today.  The workshop series, developed by the Small Business,  Tourism and Culture Ministry in  cooperation with BC Chambers  of Commerce, Sunshine Coasl  Business Development Centre  and the Sunshine Coast Home  Based Business Association is  designed to promote the home as  a viable place for carrying on a  business and lo increase the  number of successful home-  based businesses.  The first workshop targets  the entrepreneur who is thinking  of slatting or has recently started  a home-based business.  The eight-hour seminar covers: how to choose a business;  how to develop a business plan;  introduction to market surveys;  basic marketing strategy; financial planning; and pricing and  cost control.  "In conducting these workshops, my ministry is anticipating the growing role of home-  based business in a changing  economy.  "Home-based businesses are  the most important incubator for  future businesses lhat we have,"  Barlee said.  "North American trends suggest that in 20 years most BC  employers will trace Iheir roots  to home-based businesses started over the same period."  Barlee said there are now  130,000 self-employed people  operating businesses out of their  homes in BC.  "But of the 15,000 new  home-based businesses started  annually, only 20 percent survive the first five years. These  workshops will increase the  chances of success."  The workshop will be held at  Sunshine Coast Community Services, 5638 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt on Friday, Oct. 29 from  6:30 to 9:30 pm and Saturday,  Oct. 30 from 9 am lo 3 pm. Fee  for Ihe entire workshop is $35.  Registration forms are available at your local Chamber of  Commerce or the Sunshine  Coast Business Development  Centre at suite 205-5710 Teredo  Street, PO Box 128, Sechell. For  more information call 885-1959.  LANDSCAPE CENTRE  jjsascaw  D  ���MW MUCH ��� TOP KM, ��� WaUMD I  CRUSHfRDUST ��� AQUA POST ��� PATK) HOCKS  CUARCRUSHCD ROCK -OARMN MIX  MUSHROOM fWANURi ��� BOXMD AOOOOATI POTS  CBMUk ARBOURS ��� CHAR POTS ��� HRSWOOD  LANDSCAPf FAMK ��� OARMN CONCRfll STATUES  * flower ssd pioot ma  Monday to Saturday 9-5 ��� Closed Sundays  5 546 Wlunf St  Daylight  Ceilings  885-3929  VvVVS  We carry 14 sizes.  Special Promotion  TYPE C  October  tU ��� 25  12x48*847.00   24x48-$56.00  16x48*851.00   32x48 S61.00  Ik Tax  Fluorescent light not Incl.  Dt-Hvarad ft Inctall-ML  __________________________________________________  _m_^_a_m_u_m_t_t_m_m_m_tm_4_\  k:_^_i_*_m_t_W_m_m_*_*_i_i_mi_^_m  Iftaal^aM, Coast News, October 18, 1993  community  Lordjim's  <4H=>  Resort ^H^G^y  Ole's Cove Rd*, just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  New Winter Hours  Restaurant Fri. 6-9 PM, Sat. & Sun. 8-2&6-9PM  Office Hours: 8-4 Daily  We are accepting Christmas Party bookings now!  Ask aboul our special room rales.   I'or suggested menus and more information, call...   Reservations Requested  885-7038  W   Coastal Tires  ������ ^3     ���,,.,   ,-,...���   ~~ A 1  ' ������ '      ������""'""������'   An open house was held at Halfmoon Bay school Oct. 6.  Ruth Forrester photo  hallmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  One of the original cottage owners in  what was known as Damp Bay on Redrooffs  passed away in Victoria recently. Tom  Campbell was well known by the summer  folks with whom he and his family spent  many happy summers.  A.T.R. Campbell was a partner in the law  firm of Davis & Company of Vancouver. It  was in his legal expertise that he became  involved with his friend Canon Greene, giving valuable legal advise on the forming of  the local Senior Citizens Housing Society,  the group responsible for Ihe Greenecourt  senior housing development in the 1960s.  Campbell was also very active in the  Redrooffs Country Club where he organized  regattas, tennis tournaments and many holiday activities for the area.  What used lo be the Redrooffs water supply was another necessary facility with  which he was involved.  Our sympathies to his family.  Missing pet  If anyone in the area of Redrooffs close to  the Eureka area should spot a black and  white cat which looks lost, please take it in  and care for it until contact can be made with  its owner.  They only recently moved to the area and  the cat may not be sure of its way home. If  found call Darah at 885-3930 days or call  me at the above number.  Open house  Parents and friends of pupils of Halfmoon  Bay elementary were treated to a most interesting and pleasant open house lasl week.  Parents joined their children in class and  were able to see whal kind of projects and  lessons are being learned.  They are indeed fortunate children who  are pupils in this school where the atmosphere is a happy one with dedicated teachers and staff who really care about the children. This is very evident by some of the  projects undertaken which as well as being  educational, are fun to do. The new section  of the school is already in use although there  is still some finishing work to be done.  An invitation  A reminder that you are all invited to  enjoy an excellenl soup and sandwich lunch  at Welcome Beach community hall this  Wednesday, Oct. 20 at noon.  Price is $3 and if you should need a ride  call Ken al 883-7278 and he will arrange one  for you. See you there.  by Maureen Parrotl, 883-9189  Welcome to Egmont, Arnold  and Willa Duncalfe. Alberta's  loss is our gain. We're glad you  chose our community for your  new home and hope you enjoy  the harbour view from Bradwyn  Road.  Welcome  Welcome also to Greg and  Lisa and their daughter  Cheyenne, newest members of  Egmonl School playgroup and  coffee klalch. Parents and tots,  drop in from 10 'til noon, Thursdays and Tuesdays.  George Parsons, Flo  Williams' brother, passed away  in Campbell River Oct. 10.  George lived in St. Vincent's  Bay from about 1918 until he  ponder gybe  moved away lo Waiatt Bay in  1936. Condolences to nephew  Jack Williams, niece Betty Silvey and other relatives.  Feline encounters  Six kittens, no two alike, are  up for adoption at Tom and  Sherry's Restaurant (Earls  Cove). Gale Roose saw a cougar  sauntering across the road at  Bosch's Point Oct. 3 about 7:30  pm. Speaking of Wildlife, there  are still signs of bears around.  Water  Egmont Water Board plans lo  extend the intake farther out into  Waugh Lake to draw water from  30 feet deep instead of eight.  This may prevent silt in the  lines. Meanwhile, several wells  are still dry as I write this. Hang  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  On Tuesday, Oct. 26 there will be a pumpkin tea and lecture featuring Dennis Tupman - musician, musicologist, teacher, philosopher  and adjudicator for the 1993 Sunshine Coast Music Festival.  Tupman's topic will be 'arts, soul and building the community'.  The lecture starts al 7:30 pm at the music school and admission is  by donation.  The school is still looking for a piano teacher.  PH Wildlife Society  The AGM will be Oct. 19 at Ihe PH Secondary school at 7:30 pm.  There will be a guest speaker and memberships can be renewed.  Phone Tom at 883-2689 for more information.  PH Aquatic and Fitness Centre  The centre is looking for more directors for its board as well as a  new chairperson. A big thank you to Shirley Cawley who retired lasl  spring.  There will be a board meeting on Monday, Ocl. 18 al 7 pm al the  pool.  Thanks  Thank you to everyone who donated food for the food bank at our  Thanksgiving swim.  If you have a news  story or see news  happening,  call 885-3950.  The Coast News...  The Coast Made Clear.  on: here come the rains.  We are glad to hear that Flo  can see better after her recent  eye treatment.  Happy birthday  Happy birthday this October  lo Flo Williams, Shane Wallace,  Valerie, Rob, Mike and Colleen  Silvey, Maureen Parrott, Helen  Jerema, Scarlett Hunt, Shirley  Hall, Erin Fearn and Ella Cummings. Happy 30th anniversary  to Billy and Iris Griffith.  Smorg  Come to Egmont community  hall Saturday the 23rd for a  famous Egmont smorgasbord  and dance. Dinner is at 6:30,  dance about 9. Usual rates. Buy  your dance tickets ahead of  time.  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  AUDREYS  COFFEE  SERVICE  QUALITY FARMS  ANNIVERSARY SALE  October 23 & 24 ONLY!  40  %��� All trees, shrubs and  fruit Irees (great selection!);  OFF* 4" pot perennials  20  Wq * AU fertilizer!  'OFF* All tools!  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Blood in Your Face, the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre Wednesday film could  easliy have been called The Rotting of  America or something along those lines.  The movie was a look al a festering  North American wound known as the  Aryan Nations Moverment (ANM).  The 1992 film contains no interviews  as such, rather just shows old guard white  supremasists given free rein to express  themselves.  Vety few of those pictured were under  the age of 50. Most were balding, out-of-  shape, baggy-eyed southern racists, blind  drunk on their own whiteness, and vomit-  ting a pseudo christian doctrine mingled  Sound  Works to  feature  local  talent  Guitars are being tuned,  voices warmed up and display  information readied for the first  annual SoundWorks music  showcase at Rockwood Centre  on Salurday, Nov, 6 from 10  am to 4 pm. SoundWorks '93 is  a time to recognize and celebrate the musical talent of the  region.  Local performers will take to  the stage showcasing the wide  variety of music styles and talent in the region. Representatives from the Mission Folk  Festival, Sunshine Folk Festival  and Mary T Presents will be on  site to view the acts.  Instrument builders, music  teachers, venue managers and  sound equipment companies  will be on hand lo display their  wares.  Sit in on a workshop on  'How to buy a guitar' for a special Christmas gift. The Inner  Ear Studio will set up a mini  recording studio for people to  make that demo tape of their  favourite song.  SoundWorks is open to the  public for an admission of $3.  For more information or to  book exhibit space call 885-  2522.  on the arts heat  'Censorship of the Arts' is  the subject of the next film in  the Fall Cinematheque Series  showing at the arts centre in  Sechelt.  It was labelled 'Blasphemous and Obscene' by Reverend Donald Wildmon of the  American Family Association  and contains: Ihe Mapplethorpe  Photographs, Lou Reed,  Madonna and Two Live Crew.  After running successfully in  England and Europe and winning Ihe International Emmy  for Outstanding Arts Documentary in Ihe US. Damned in the  USA became the target of a $2  million suite filed by Reverend  Donald Wildmon, because he  objected to the way he was portrayed.  With this lactic he was able  lo hold up Ihe film's release for  months while court battles took  place in New York, New  Orleans and Mississippi.  In each case Wildmon lost  and the final wonderful irony is  the perfect caper to the British  filmmaker, Paul Yule's argument. None of Ihe thousands of  words in the movie could have  spoken as loudly and tellingly  as Wildmon's single act of  obstruction which made the  film's reputation and guaranteed it a place in the culture far  beyond that which filmmakers  could have dreamed possible.  This film will be shown at  the arls centre in Sechelt on  Ocl. 27 at 8 pm al $5.50 at the  door.  We open at 7:30 for coffee  and cakes before Ihe viewing.  with blood and bile. We're talking about  people here who think Ronald Reagan is a  left wing pansy.  They are armed with bibles in one  hand, .45s in the other and heads full of  fundamentalist all-white  fantasies of the perfect        world. All of which made  for a ridiculeously stereotyped spectacle, which  may have detracted slightly from how dangerous  these individauls truely  are. Guns, stupidity and        bigotry are always a ""~^^~  volatile mix.  None of what was shown, however  revolting, comes as much of a surprise,  though.  Most if not all of those who showed up  at the aits centre Wednesday night Blood  in Your Face came prepared to gasp and  stare and be shocked while sitting shoulder  to shoulder in united disgust This is not  only understandable, but completely commendable.  What we're talking  about is saving our  country for tbe whites'  And the movie upheld its end, serving  as verification of everything repulsive, sinister, paranoid and dangerous about the  American Aryian National movement...  verification that is for intelligent individuals.  ' The scary part is the  unstated reality that  there are those out  therewho will identify  with the movie, who  will applaud its contents and use it as vin-  ^^^^^^     dication of their own  beliefs.  One can almost see  America's ultra-right using the film in  indoctrination ceremonies.  There was one unidentified pindividual  of approximately 20 years in the film who  said all it took for him to embroil himself  in the movement was a quote from the late  former leader of the movement, George  Lincoln Rockwell. The quote said effect  that all Jews should be gassed.  "As soon as I read that I was blown  away by the dedication and sincerity of the  man," says our young follower.  So where do we stand?  On one side there are these potentially  violent fringe groups and those ready at  the drop of a racial slur to fall in linewith  them and on the other hand we have justifiably horrified individuals who wish the  problem would just go away so everyone  can live in peace.  And never the twains shall meel.  Right-wing extremists are a fact of life  and there is nothing to be done in the eyes  of the law to change that. It's part and parcel of freedom of speech.  And while Blood in Your Face itself  proffers no solutions, it doesn't claim to. It  does, however, provide a heightened sense  of the makeup of the ANM.  But just so we aren't too misled by the  over-50 age of the stars of Blood in Your  Face, a sequel should be produced, a  sequel taking an inside look at the continuing rise of the Nazi youth movement...  We could call it Fresh Blood in Your  Face.  Children  Your donation to UNICEF on  Halloween night helps ensure  a brighter luture for the  world's neediest children.  unicef-*��  United Nations Children's Fuiul  _\A   ��� >  "Mark von Schellwitz is our  Best Chance to Eliminate  the Deficit and Create Jobs!"  A Message to the Voters from Mark von Schellwitz  "We are on the verge of the most historic election in our country's history. We can choose  either of two directions: Ihe future, or the past The future is about eliminating the deficit and  creating jobs, while the failed policies of the past are about short term make-work programs,  and a spiralling deficit that our children and grandchildren will be saddled with forever."  Why Mark is running for Parliament...  IVe put my name forward in this election because I want to be part of making solutions, not * *  continuing problems founded in politics of the past. Now more than ever, our riding needs a  positive, energetic representative who will do just that - represent our interests in Parliament.  We haven't had that kind of leadership with Ray Skelly over the past 14 years.  Is Preston Manning a prairie populist or just another politican?  The Reform Party has the right idea. Like us, they believe the deficit has to be eliminated - but their plan isn't realistic. They  propose cuts to Old Age Security and changes to health care that would hurt far too many people. Believe me, if Kim Campbell  could honestly promise to eliminate the deficit in three years she would! But we need to balance concern for the deficit with the  need to create jobs and maintain our social programs.  In fact, the Reform plan could well lead to increased taxes - at a minimum $4 billion dollars in increased UI premiums.  The Reform team is weak and ineffective. If you dont believe me, start asking for SPECIFIC answers from the local Reform  candidate - and dont be underwhelmed by his vagueness.  What will the world community think of Canada with Jean Chretien as Prime Minister?  The Liberals under Jean Chretien have based their campaign on old-style politics of the past. Failed policies designed to buy  voters with their own money. Kim Campbell knows that there are 3 levels of government, but only one tiixpayer - you and your  family! Jean Chretien doesn't care about the deficit - in fact, he'd let Canada's debt continue to climb. We can not allow this to  happen.  To put it bluntly...  My campaign has been run on facts. Not fiction, and not fear. It is time that all politicians and political parties woke up to the  realities of the 1990's. I've seen too much cynicism, and too much apathy about politics on the doorsteps of our communities.  This has to change. We can start on October 25th.  I havent made any lavish spending promises throughout this campaign because I have too much respect for the intelligence of  people in our communities. But I have stated that I will listen, and I will act on your concerns. And that pledge is as clear as the  ink on this paper. Now it's up to you. Make your voice heard. VOTE on October 25th!  Campbell River-287-9388  Powell River-485-9114  Sechelt - 885-3562  Gibsons - 886-7277  Authorized by W.B. Huxliara, Official Agent for Mark von Schellwitz  Coast News Classifieds..  They never stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622 12  Coast News, October 18,  1993  leisure  Local wildlife "Artists Who Care" help with charity show  by Ian Cobb  It's a killer event. A real  whale of a show.  Four local artists are crossing  Howe Sound with Gibsons'  artist and BC wildlife artist of  the year, Liz Mitten-Ryan, to  join a host of the province's  most reknowned wildlife artists  to help raise money for a land-  based Killer Whale observation  station at Johnstone Strait.  Joining Mitten-Ryan in the  show 'Artists Who Care,' currently running at the Vancouver  Aquarium from Oct. 5-31, are  Jim Davidson, Bradley Hunt,  Luke Raffin and Steve Stevens.  Also included in the show are  works by Robert Bateman. Roy  Henry Vickers, Carol Evans,  Mark Hobson, Andrew Kiss and  Bruce Muir.  All the artists except Bateman, who is "double booked and  can't make it" will be on hand  for an Oct. 22 gala fundraising  event at the aquarium.  "I'm really excited about this  show," declared Mitten-Ryan,  who is organizing the art end of  the show, co-sponsored by the  aquarium and the BC Wildlife  Federation.  The show is a rarity, she said  because usually "only a token  percentage" of money raised at  Copies of this Li/. Miltrn-Kyan print are being sold as one of a number of artistic fundraising  schemes in an effort to raise money for a Killer Whale observation station.  wildlife art shows goes toward  funding wildlife preservation.  The charity show is just the  start, Mitten-Ryan said, adding  she would like to expand it to  include more Vancouver locations and do it annually and the  idea came in August while she  spoke with an associate.  "It was one of those serendipitous events," she smiled,  adding since the birth of the  idea, it's been "a lot of work."  However, as word about the  event filtered throughout the BC  arts community more artists  approached her and asked to be  included in the show.  One such artist, Carl Bren-  ders, who Mitten-Ryan  describes as "a super, super  realist" will also be on hand for  the gala, which will feature  many original pieces by the  guest artists and eight of Mitten-  Ryan's, as she is the host artist.  The feature piece is entitled  'Breaking the Silence,' which  depicts a Killer Whale lunging  from tranquil deep blue water.  To get an idea of the possible  monetary gains the show could  make for the Johnstone Strait  observation project, can be  measured from the fact 100  limited edition copies of 'Breaking the Silence' will be available  at $225 apiece, with 100 per  cent of the profits going to the  project.  Other pieces will be available  from $40, such as "an open  ended edition of Mark Hob-  sons," she said, to $1,300 for a  limited edition Roy Henry Vickers.  "Roy Vickers is involved in a  big way which is really exciting," she said.  The Toftno-based artist will  also be premiering a new piece  during the gala entitled 'Megan  Mist.'  As for the cause of the charity gala, Johnstone Strait, located  on the west side of Vancouver  Island, is considered internationally to be the best location to  view and study Killer Whales in  the wild, said Vancouver aquarium spokesperson Nancy Baron.  As many as 200 resident  whales can be seen in the strait  from July through October.  Vancouver Aquarium marine  mammal researcher and member  of the Killer Whale Management Committee, Dr. John Fotd  said the importance of a land-  based observation point "will  provide a means for many people to view the animals without  adding to growing vessel traffic  in this important whale habitat."  Ford will also be on hand  during the gala to deliver a talk.  Baron said whales "typically  swim and feed within a few  metres of tht shoreline in areas  of the Johnstone Strait," and the  observation area would consist  of a series of trails close to shore  that would connect to viewing  platforms.  "Interpretive graphics would  help teach people about the  natural and cultural significance  of Killer Whales and the Johnstone Strait region.  "Spotting scopes would provide whale watchers with close-  up views and underwater  hydrophones would broadcast  the communication sounds of  whales as they pass," she  explained.  For more information on the  charity gala and art show, call  the BC Wildlife Federation at  553-2293 or the aquarium at  631-2528.  Daring  Mark Twain's  days as a newspaperman,  he was editor of a small  Missouri paper. One day he  received a letter from a  subscriber, stating that he  had found a spider in his  paper, and asked if this  was an omen of good or  bad luck.  Twain replied "Finding a  spider in your paper is  neither good nor bad luck  The spider was merely  looking over our paper to  tee which merchant was  not advertising so that he  could go to that store,  spin his ��veb across the  door, and lead a life of  undisturbed peace ever  afterward."  To keep  the spiders at bay,  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  ind  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDER  885-3930  886-2622  poetry  The Girls In the Froggy Mountain  NEW?  On I  Baby  Brid* or brid* te b*  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Sechel  US-  hell  Ruth MS-SM7  , Gibsons  Carole M6-36t2  (or Babies  Midge M5-33S0  No one wants  to say goodbye.  A funeral is saying "goodbye" to a loved one in a way that  offers special meaning and commemeration of life. When a  death occurs the issues we face are often decided in the midst  of deep sorrow. The B.C. Funeral Association suggests that  you consider advanced funeral planning.  Take the first step today, contact the B.C. Funeral  Association at their toll free number 1-800-665-3899 for  your free copy of "Helpful Information About Funerals". It's  simply our way of helping you now...prepare for later.  Ik  A dark confetti of crows  clenches and spreads  across the pale tableau  of the January town  below the mountain squat as a frog  with ils enigmatic smile  of tree-toothed logging slash.  There was a time  in this methodical place  before rough machinery  carved oul that mile-wide smirk -  before intrusive buildings  elbowed back the forest  and hooked their eyes  to the television sky,  when the world proceeded  at an idler pace  and free-range cows wandered at will  along the blackberried roads  Then, coquettish with spring,  the girls walked wind-haired  down the schoolday hill  tempting our cracked and tongue-lied voices  with tantalizing smiles -  sidling through our dreams  all the uneasy night  Until, in (he slow arc of awakening,  we found the music of each other -  walked hand in hand  the beaches of high summer  to kiss the evenings away.  The lovely, the lost  they have danced their lasl home-waltz  to the Stardust trombones of time -  they are fled forever  from the dawnplays they were golden in.  Swollen with change  the utterly-altered town  sprawls across the stripped civilized slopes  below the mournful froggy mountain  that has swallowed the bright girls of morning.  by Peter Trower  Revised April 28,1993  Uniting Hallowe'en, Easter Seals  On Saturday, Oct. 23, the public is invited to  come out and stock up on pumpkins to celebrate  Halloween and support Easter Seals at Ihe same  time.  The place to go for your pumpkin this year is  the parking lot at Century 21 Siemens Realty in  Sechelt, at 5600 Sunshine Coast Highway.  All pumpkins will be given away for a donation  to Easter Seals, a charity lhat supports services for  disabled children across Canada, throughout our  province, and around the corner.  With your help, all the faces on the pumpkins,  and on the kids, can be happy ones this year!  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This group of talented  female singers are guaranteed  to put a little zest in your Halloween weekend.  They are all dressed up for  the occasion and hope you will  join Ihe fun, there will be prizes  for the best costumes, so put  your thinking cap on and invent  the costume that will dazzle the  judges into making you the  winner.  If you have a  news  story or  see news  happening,!  all  885-3950.  llie Coast  Tht Coasl Made  Ml  ^__^ke  ^MMMMM  ______________________* Coast News, October 18, 1993  13  sports  Weather co-operates for riding show  by Susan Milne  The Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club has been fortuante this  year to have had three glorious  weekends for each of ils horse  shows. Thank you everyone for  your support and participation.  Following are the results from  the fall show on Oct. 9 and 10 at  the Gibsons ring:  Oct. 9 Western Day  Cattle Penning: first, Bob  Hopkins, Pat Horvath, Kenan  Mackenzie; second, Katie Henderson, Barb Hopkins and Carol  MacLeod.  Pole Bending and Key Hole:  Amanda Hopkins; Calf Tying,  PceWees, Geofrey Ellingham;  Calf Tying (others) Bob Hopkins; Junior Barrels, Kelly  Hazeldine; Jackpot Barrels,  Kelly Hazeldine; Ride-a-Buck,  Carol MucLeoud.  Oct. 10 English Show  Class 2 Low Hunter, May-  marie Peterson; Class 3 Hunt  Seat, Lesley Stoochnoff; Class  4, Low Jumper, Lesley  Stoochnoff; Class 5 Thanksgiving Jumper, Kelly Hazeldine;  Class 6, Accumulator, Jon  McRae; Class 7, Pet Pony,  Emma Davidson; Class 8  Novice Eng., Krislie Kavanagh;  Class 9 Open Eng., Kelly Hazeldine; Class 10 Junior Equitation,  Susan Pinkney; Class 1, Suitable  to become dressage horse/pony,  Kelly Hazeldine - Gem; Class  12 Hunter under saddle, May-  marie Peterson; High Point,  Senior, Jon McRae; Intermediate, Maymarie Peterson; Junior,  Kelly Hazeldine; Reserve: Sarah  Puchalski, Amanda Zimmerman, Cara Ryan.  The Sunshine  Coast Equestrian Club's  English riding  activities followed Saturday's western  events.  Joel Johnstone  photo  PHSC aims to capture provincial crown  by Ian Cobb  Fort St. James or bust!  Pender Harbour Secondary School's  senior girls volleyball team have their collective eyes focused on a December trip to  the central BC community, to take part in  and hopefully win the provincial Single A  Volleyball Championships.  And the team is starting off on solid footing.  Playing mostly against bigger schools  (triple A) in the IIBC Invitational Tournament Ocl. 9 and 10, the girls made good  strides toward provincial rankings and  received some tough competition to help  hone their already familiar team skills.  The squad won six and lost six games in  curling notes  the UBC tourney, ending their weekend with  a heartbreaking double loss in flite C to Cor-  rilieu Secondary School.  They were close, tough games'  -Ted Roberts  The team built leads in both games but let  Corrilieu back lo end Iheir weekend.  "We had them on the ropes bul lost  them," said coach Ted Roberts.  "They were close, tough games."  Roberts said his squad is gearing up to  make a run at the North Shore zone trials (in  November) and hopefully a provincial  championship by playing tougher triple A  schools.  "We try to play triple A teams as much as  possible to get the competition level up," he  said.  "We want to hit the zones at full speed."  They didn't appear to have any trouble  finding any speed against a larger local  school, Ocl. 13, when they clobbered  Sechelt's Chatalech Secondary School four  games to nil.  The victories pushed PHSC's record to  15 wins and 11 losses and as provincial  rankings will soon be released by the Vancouver Province, the squad is eagerly awaiting to see where they stand.  PCHS was tanked sixth overall last year.  by Linda Moore  It's bound to be Ihe most discussed topic in curling again this  year. And there will certainly be  some confusion surrounding the  implementation of the rule for  the 1993/94 season. But Ihe free  guard zone rule (Canadian style)  is now Maw', at least for all  playdowns which lead to a  Cantidian Curling Association  national event.  What is ihe rule? The free  guard zone rule stipulates that  any stone localed in the area  between the hogline and the  house cannot be removed from  play unlil the delivery of the  fourth and subsequent stones to  the end. The penalty for a rule  infraction is thai Ihe delivered  stone is removed from play and  the guard is replaced.  The intent of the rule is to  increase Ihe number of offensive  style shots and decrease lhe  number of 'boring' takeout style  games. However, many clubs in  BC are uncertain about the status of the rule in their various  leagues.  Although the curling associations now recommend using the  rule, the free guard zone concept  was not approved by the CCA  until June of this year, making  its implementation for this season more difficult. It seems that  in some clubs only the more  competitive-type leagues may  utilize it; for the curler participating in more than one league,  this is a very confusing situation.  The free guard zone rule has  been in effect outside Canada  for Iwo years  It does seem that the less  competitive leagues are not as  affected by the rule, as few  teams ever use a lot of clearing  shots at that level, although, in  the first year, the competitive  teams using Ihe WCF rule did  have more play go to the middle  of the sheet, it seems that as  teams develop their 'free guard  zone strategies' they are learning to pull the play away from  centre guards. The team with  last rock is gelling very good at  re-arranging the opponents  lead's stones (for example, split  ting a centre stone to the side),  or are drawing into the house on  the side and forcing the opponent to remove that stone so that  the centre guard cannot be successfully utilized.  Those interested in the rule  should check out a variety of  games - in leagues, bonspiels  and playdowns - to see the various strategies employed. For  those leagues uncertain about  using the rule, remember that  it's what curlers will see when  they tune in the national events  on TV this season and it may be  less confusing if everyone uses  the same rule.  Be sure to let your curling  associations know how your  club is progressing with the rule.  BECAUSE WE COULDN'T  JUST SIT IDLY BY.  National S-V  National Party of Canada / Parti National du Canada  The National  Party of Canada is a  brand new party of  people who voted  Conservative,  Liberal, or NDP in  the past - and just can't anymore. Old-line  parties have lost touch with the people they  represent.  We created a new, very different political  party, from the ground up, to right the  wrongs of years of economic  mismanagement. We saw and we could not  sit idly by.  We mw...  ��� 1.6 million Canadians unemployed  ��� FTA k NAFTA sending Canadian jobs  south.  ��� Canada as the number one per-capita  debtor nation in the industrialize!  world.  ��� Medicare and social programs  threatened by debt  ��� Foreign corporations and institutions  paying little or no taxes on profits  earned in Canada.  ��� An educational system that is unable to  prepare students for today's jobs.  ��� Political parties that serve the  corporations, and lobbyists that fund  them.  ��� A system that fails to treat all  Canadians as equals.  Better job creation  The National Party has an economic plan  that will create jobs and reduce Canada's  staggering unemployment rate from 11.6%  to 4% or less, more in line with other  industrial countries. '  Return democracy to Canada  We would change our parliamentary  system to ensure MPs represent the wishes  of the people who elect them.  Return our right to self-determination  We will regain control of our economy,  environment and culture lost through recent  trade agreements.  The National Party of Canada has a new  vision and well thought out plans to govern  with integrity and to restore Canada as a  prosperous country with jobs and  opportunities for all Canadians.  MARK  AUTHORIZED BY D.J. MOWAT, OFFICIAL AGENT FOR THE CAMPAIGN OF MARK GRENIER  HAPPY HOLIDAYS MOTORHOME SALES  20V 22' & 24'  Gently used models  10' Camper Box for sale  FORD 250 Pick up's  '92 4V93  886-9025 or 886-8481  SuS1 Q>s  Billiards  MaNerthneM.OIbaone>88U131  Monday-Thursday 11-11 ��� Friday - Saturday 11-12'Sunday 12-5  Wednesdays Ladies Discount Spm-llpm  Thursdays Senior's Discount 11 am-5 pm  ��   Juke   Box   ��   BeIreshment8  ��   Foosbal   ��  w������<  EXCLUSIVE OFFER FOR  B.C. RESIDENTS  1/3 OFF 7 day ALASKA CRUISES  ms Ma.isd.im: May 31 & Sepl. 6,199*1  ss Rotterdam: lune 30 . 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He's a three to four-  year-old neutered male. Call  theSK'Aat886-CARE.  5 YEARS AGO  An attempt is being made to revive the  Sechelt Downtown Revitalization Program.  An earlier attempt to get the program underway foundered on the issue of parking on  Wharf Street.  Planner Rob Buchan presented Gibsons  Council with a glowing report on the proposal by Synectics Management Ltd. of Vancouver lo lease 20 acres of the town's property on Shaw Road. The proposal would see  the development of a retirement village and  a long term care facility.  Gibsons RCMP are investigating the murder of a 58-year-old male whose body was  located in a shallow grave near the Port Mel  lon Highway, An autopsy was performed  and the person had been shot.  15 YEARS AGO  Provincial Emergency Program coordinator Art McPhee addressed the regional board  on the storage of hazardous materials.  McPhee notes that there are simply too many  propane storage tanks of hazardous size on  the Sunshine Coast to be listed and that of all  the gasoline storage tanks only one, the Esso  storage tank at Madeira Park could meet  adequate safety standards.  25YE/VRSAGO  The opening of the new Gibsons area  medical clinic is another advance in the  medical history of Ihe Sunshine Coast which  began in 1913 when Dr. Frederick Inglis  became the first resident medical practitioner  operating out of 'the big white house' on the  corner of School Road and Highway 101.  35 YEARS AGO  Months of dedicated volunteer labour  from 61 to 84-year-olds has culminated in  the opening of the Welcome Beach Centennial Community Hall on Redrooffs Road.  45 YEARS AGO  Gower Point Road and Roberts Creek are  scheduled to get electric power soon. Possibilities of rural mail service and a car feny  to Gibsons were outlined by MP James Sinclair during a well-attended Thanksgiving  Day dinner in Sechelt.  lit  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Wxt *��oast-Kew*  Oci*>..r II. IHI  tenders  for new  Tenders are being completed tor rotulruclion <if the  Davis Bay kIiixj! and ���> **'iirl  in n will be mnde in tht- near  llltlirt'    It  wu>  ttnnuuiicrd    ul  ib Uul mooting: "' Ww echool  fcoprd  Plaits -if tll<! WW wliooll  lit Im- L-iitir-iru4.-ti.il Ut Huberts  IrevK. Gibwni Eluiunuiry  and   KlplHii-slom   Hllli  r.rc   ������-  iiu' hands ui tin- cuni radon  and it i* expected njtiir-.it-.  Mill be signed shortly.  Tht' board )���(-���> announced  a represents tne uf -i'i* Mulor  Vehicle bratai-h will address  f-'-lunli toon un traffic prou-  kin- and safely.  For dental service in in*-'  district 11 was announced Dr  J  luh-y win im available f��r  u 10 week period.  P-.rt Mellon has arr. ngt'd  fur e-tUMIshmi-nt ol a ���ruduntl  niivitij* club in connection  with the Credit  L'nion  liQphini Landing bus sht-lt  ci mil b��* moved ����� lhe north  t (ti of the rond to avoid h-tv-  ir.fc to rrota when boardinf  lhe bw- A* regard*, the pour  eondtuun itf tifmont rosd the  hoard ha* arr.occd 'or a ftp  rewnuuvr to visit Vutoria  lo interview Mr Oaglardi lo  an if aomethinc cannot be  Him to improve il.  3cm <r Boys and Girls Bad-  t Onion rluba will be aJInwd  Canon Green  tens bazaar  > monthly meeting of ihe  ���Hal Auxiliary  sought  schools  the tne of Ihe auditorium on  ivrlaifi  evenings  West Sechelt bus run wi.l  be extended une mile If it ta  possible In fit it mm Hie present run in Wakefield Inn The  litll run -.round Pratt road and  llt-ncymuoit lane will be extended In pickup Gower Point  children if lime will allow,  lenders fur transportation  fur five children at Vanguard  bay, Nelson Uland will be  KOUgflt affain in an effort to  gel these children to school.  >  UMiU  More phone  lines work  A $34.1)00 outside plant job  is under way to handle future  demands for service in the  Sechelt area EL Mallet, dl*  incl cinimerci.il mnsa* r (or  B.C   I*1'-phone   Co.   biinoun  Ci hit is iii-tui! plated between Inlet Avenue and Ma-  aon Road on Cowrie Streel  and Pender ''arbour Highway  tn tone Wakefield .-Knother  I4u mile�� of upen wire u to Ik  ���lung along Pender Harlnur  Highway and N of* est Biy  Road lo IncreaM facilities in  the Serrel Cove. Htfttwan  Bay and Redn.nlf*j oi.-*tn-*.  ,\ Iti-av-y mn,. und'r Ben  Frigun !a carrutif/ . ul lite  work and win havr it completed bj   late November  BC   Telephone  Co official!  announce   ihai  ouuide    plant  ha* lu'-ii placed in lhe Il'jbcrls  Cngk a" il tt-        isona  th���.* ton  Briii��n Columbia*! ninth  pulp mill -- fourth since Uh-  war ��� commenced produc*  lion Ihii, week, It it the Elk  Full*, Company - 115,0W,DM  kraft pulp mil] :,i Duncan  Buy. near Campbe I Hiver.  Vancouver Island Tne plant  .daily cap-city S0O bmsi Ii  edjarent la 'he newsprint mill,  (building), t.i ;(ft of   centre)  which lias been in operation  fine June. 1��52 Mountain  ol chips in centre foreground  (cede mill with material from  several Lower Mainland ami  I stand Mtwmills which lormer-  I) na, largely wasted Furili*  er raptnilcm at lhe site to be  carried out within the next  'ear will be addition of  ���~ .aii.,,.101)   ���a.-i-jnd   paper   ma  chine, cun-.Intel Ion of a 175-  ton per d; > bleach plant, a  sawmill and additional tirmd-  en for groundwnod production When completed, lhe project, (Dialling K2ft.0OO.0flO will  provide romplekly integrated forest Industry at one sile  lo glVt bc-it end-use nf saw-  logs Elk F.-i;�� Company is  ftitMidiarv nl Crown Scllii--  bach Canjtl    Linu'.eri  Sept. 19 Mackenzie vote  Biwti, IiUnd  "tgrnont  Uambier Island  i.i.nir..  Landing  Halfmoon Bay  Pend-    Hairbour  Voles Rogiirt  Hejit'l*      Casl    Volf-ir,  ��� IP9  IIW  Serving  tha Crowinf  Sunshine Coast  MEETING  DEBATES  BUS FARE  Lower mtn turv. (��� iiuwin/  Uie ridjclion of tho inm  Gate limine loll waa duruu  id tl llie last meeting of Hob  cril Creek Improvement at  mcfallon, Mn R. Haghei aar*  in Die chair and thc nireluj  was of the opinion Ihe cab  solution was for thc bus lu��  lu iJMif n return fare in order  llie reduction could t>e pul in  to effect.  Owing lo the general dar  satisfaction of the meeting  over the lack of a fare cut tasr  letters  were read.  Here Is the firsl letter ���%  llie Public Utilities Cumnte  ion   at Victoria  Dear Sirs: I have beer *  strucled by lhe Roberts Croat  improvement association *-  udvfae you, thai aa yel Un  Sechelt Trarupurialion ���m  nut reduced the fares as BC  Electric did when Ihe loll **  taken off Ihe bridge.  Vour at lent ion to (he maUK  would  be apt��ecialed,  J. Munrufct, eecretai^  Ireiisurer  Here is the fecund lelMr:  Dear Madam: In aniwer fe.  your letter I can advise <B  follows The reduction pr  piaaenger amounted to eeaV  lwo��nd-a-lult tenia and m  Sechelt Transporttlon IM..  sell only single fare tkMMi  the olfieiah of Ihe comya^  ���minted out that ii waa a��*  prictlcabe lo reduce Ihe tarn.  by I wu-and-a-half- tenia  Where return (arte are eH-  kred   to   West    VaneeeaM*.  ������h  Vanoouver,    tic.   ���*%.  *���- it-''        mnth ta Mm  Volunteers invited  to help at Shorncliffe  All residents of the Sunshine Coast are invited to get involved  with the residents of Shorncliffe.  The Shorncliffe Auxiliary is starting up again this month, and  needs thc support of all past members. .  . _.' :  The first meeting of the Shorncliffe Auxiliary will be held Friday,  Sepl. IS at 1:30 in the Shorncliffe Boardroom, 5847 Medusa St.,  Sechell.  For further information please contact Chris Luster, Activity  Director, Shorncliffe 885-5126,8:30 am - 4:30 Mon. - Fri.  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  ''fibesoi VpjjjmtiM  Kem's Hau   *  Titee-MIM  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  aSBBmaa*   ****M**��**a***��**l-*'a��:iil  ���  aHlaMMaar*.  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Excavating<  Ounner Chrtetleneen 1  WC7RR1  ailMont,BCV0N1V0|  nnTM/_r^TTTiTiVi(_w  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DIALER ��� NATURAL 6AS INSTALLATIONS  CallNOWlK-7111  Showroom: m Taunt Rd. Cltiom       j  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  ThiSmsblM  Ctast's Evtarata  ���������lw  runmm  THE AU NEW  vinminE  IWEUinHUDE  - ��� ������ ��� ���   \w    \  COTTRELL'Srf  lYlAHINI   MIIVICI  L   J  Ml CIIANICAL SERVICES  ^ Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    ���-  CONCRETE SERVICES  885-2887  IT* comtWaTdal  lauri>l*ot*c  885  7670    >  Cell   BUO 76!  Ki<l< Dcloncj  H.  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WEL0MO ANO FABHICATINO a MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM  D & P CONCRETE  IMAGING & FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne      Paul Detautcls  886-0340 885-5492  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing tOtvetopment  Cam Mackenzie  anV-MTWRWCIT.-HI  WIMMINMMiCOUT  ,,ff-Sffglc*S5��.      886-3231        nM4��t>  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  PAHflWOA  Jnterior/Exlerior  TTTTTT^T^  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  W_m_w^^^^S_W_W_m_^_WB_m  L *WllorthlM..OM^��l<8-8t11    J  dm 16  Coast News, October 18, 1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  mmm Gibsons &  T/w Sechelt Offices  Excellent location, bright, private 1  bdm condo in Whistler. Plenty ot  windows, large above ground sundeck. $98,000 Obo. 885-5099 or  MMM*. ��44cn  SUNSHNE COAST, K  1200 sq. It. rancher. 3 bdim, lire-  place up t down, new sundeck,  1.6 acre lully cleared. Revenue  shop on site. Reply to Box 405, c/o  Box 460. Gibsons, BC70N IVO.  MScn  3,300 sq. It. plus double garage,  2��6 construction, 3 yrs old, 5  bdrms, 3 balhs, 3 l/p's, partial  view. Qibsons. $279,000. 886*  7738. MScn  Sewered lot in town ol Sechelt,  5726 Trail Ave., (access via lane  oft Surf Circle). $62,900. (604)  763*0157 M2w  752 Hwy. 101. 50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  dder house. $165,000.666*9049  Hallmoon Bay, Hat 1/2 acre lot,  across paik near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663. ss  1/2 acre ol land, Roberts Creek,  $60,000,536*8729. ss  3/4 acre lol on Northwood Rd.,  Redroolls. Level and cleared.  Close to school end park. Low  $80's. 865*4150. I43w  SNOWBIRD SPECIAL!  Let me plent you in your new  home. Palm Springs area. $51,000  777 Some on goll course. Trudy  Greig, Broker ��� 24 yrs in business.  Village Really. Indian Wells. Fu  619-340*3337. phone 619*340*  3337 call collect. Res. 619*346*  7169. I45w  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked to listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are complelely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We lake extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of on error, we are  responsible only lor the first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any reponsibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond Ihe cost of the  ad itself.  r WUUNAmY  by Mini MtV'Mtt or liS-3930  Monday lo Friday 9 a.m. to S p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements 7  Appliances 1fl  Barter & Trade ia  Bed and Breakfast 30  Births a  Buelneee and Home  Servicea 38  Buelneee Opportunities 38  Campers 28  ChWCare 37  Commercial lor Rent 38  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  For Sale 31  Found 11  Free 18  Furniture 80  Garage Sales 17  Heavy Equipment 88  Help Wanted 34  Home & Property 1  InMemorlam 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Marine 88  Mobile Homes 87  Motorcycles 88  13  Obituarlee w 3  Personal 8  Pets A Livestock 18  Recreation 8  Storage 38  Thank You 8  Too Lale to Classify   40  Travel 14  Trucks 84  Wanted 18  Wanted to Rent 88  Weddings &  Engagements 8  WorkWarrted 38  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  CLASSSFf  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 88J-9SM  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B <t; STORE 88V8M5  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS C-REEK GENERAL STORE 885 MOO  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksidc Pharmacy)  886*2622  Tin Milling staff of the Roberta Creek General Store  will lupptyuka* your clualfled ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Places!  Homes -S.  Property  Gibsons 3 bdrm. 2 bath 1 yr. old  duplex (strata). Garage and carpon, sundeck. nice treed yard. 5  appl., $134,500. 296*5215 Hilda,  Sutton Group, Excel.        I43w  Wanted ��� 2 acres plus, w or w/o  1300 sq. IL fairly new house. Good  sdl, privale. 885*4031.      143*  ��fl^     BRAND  H NtW  **^ EXECUTIVE  HOME BY TWIN  OAKS DEVELOPMENT  OPENWEEKEND1-3  W7 Cower Poml Rd  11/2 blu put Ihe tennis courts)  couilesy lo agenls  Hum Ounpuu twe-IMO  or ttt-TIU  CALLI: Samuel, passed away on  Oct. 12.1993, in Totem Lodge,  Sechell, alter a lengthy illness.  Survived by his loving wile Betty;  son Kenneth (Gayle); daughter  Barbara Rodger (Ray); fxr grandchildren: Iwo great-grandchildren;  all ol Williams Lake; brother Bud  Cain (Gloria) ol North Vancouver  brothers-in-law Thomas Westmoreland (Betty) and Ron Westmoreland (Barbara); sister-in-law  Lottie Calli; as well as many other  relatives and Iriends. Cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. Memorial service  was held Thurs., Oct. 14 in Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 140,  Sechelt. Remembrance donations  may be made to Ihe Firelighters  Fund tor Vancouver Bum Unit.  ���42c  MUST SELL!!! 1991 Nortech  mobile home in Mason Rd. Trailer  Park. Many extra teetuiae. Asking  $56,900,885*2323. M3w  Large level lot close lo town,  glimpse ol Porpoise Bay, $70,000.  791*6396. I44w  Revenue house, 4 bdrm. bsmt.  home in Sechelt. Close to all  amenities and school, 11/2 baths,  2 F/P's, 4 appl., covered deck, 2  car carpon. Presently rented at  $925/mo. $152,000. No agents.  885*0196. ��44w  Davis Bay/Selma Park. 4990 Hwy.  tOI, $189,000. By owner. Great  lam. home. Over 2,000 sq. It. Uly  reno. Features 3 bdrms., new  kitch. I bath, 1 enste. New caipets  throughout, new nat. gas fum. .  wtr. heater, new rool, 2 F/P's, fin.  basml. w/large games and fam.  rm. Lge. private landscaped lot,  well above hwy. with peek-a-boo  view. Must be seen! 886*7513 or  1-922*63,14. ��44w  WANTED: Vane, resident would  like small, bulldable property on  Ihe Sunshine Coasl direct trom  owner. No agent. Please send  reply to Box 404, c/o Coasl News,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  I43w  To Psyche-Cycle for the greet bike  repairs lor Teddy Beer Daycare.  ���42c  Psychic reading, phone Terry lor  appointment. 683-1194.    MScn  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club. Join us  for pot luck dinners, barbeques,  hikes, crib, dandng. Call 885-9968  orB86*B611. Mtw  MARY KAY  A complete line of cosmetics, skin  and body care, and Iragrances.  Introducing the NEW SKIN  REVIVAL SYSTEM. Mention this  ad and receive $10 off (his exciling  new product. All products not tested on animals and 100% guaranteed. Yvonne 896*4643.   ��47cn  !5&(>tis  GARY WHITE  HM107 ��� 1-351-4390  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  ^jr Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bass, & Fun  Call 86S-6S03 to  bookyount  Halfmoon Bay lot 0.62 acta, sewer  1 water hookup, $60,000. Phone  owner 885-4827. ��43w  Large view lot Madeira Park, .67  acre. 8834989. I43w  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  sees Ccwna St., Box 1219  SaohaH.BC., VON 3A0  ne-aait fax aaa lees  Van. Toll F-aaeM-eOU  Do you need to stay in Vancouver  overnight occasionally? Stay with  us! Your own room, dean, quiet t  reasonable. Phone Carol 947*0169  or 256*6410. MScn  NEW CONCEPT  IN WEIGHT LOSS  Lose 20 lbs in 30 days and feel  great. Doctor approved, clinically  tested. - As easy as 4 tablets  twice daily - 100% guaranteed or  money refunded- Free delivery.  10% ott wilh this ad  Wendy 886*3067. ��43w  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek S some view,  $135,000 firm. No agents at all!  886-4714 ss  Creeks* Estates - greet building  tot, some new, close to everything.  Lot 90, near TrWdelxcok Way and  Crucil, by owner, $76,000. 922-  3559. I43w  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in*law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885*2253, no agents.      ss  New26C0sq.lt. rancher.800sq.  ft. inlaw suite with view in Roberts  Creek Over 1/2 acre and short  walk to beach. This 4-5 bdrm.  home has spacious kitchen with  nook and island, sunken living  room, huge master ensuite with  F/P. There are too many extras to  mention. Flooring and cabinets can  still be selected. $289,000. 866-  0380 or 8864684. Itn  Costa Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, hone stables, pasture and  tropical fruit trees, minutes lo  beaches, $22,500. Owner 885-  5157. as  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lol, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac wilh all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. CaH 886*  3812 or 328*5534. ta  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $235,900. 886*  0081,351-7866 atler 8 pm.    a  STRESSED?  ELLEN BESSO  TRACER^  <������*�������- Relaxation for  -ft. thebody  ������? and the mind.  886-4274  Gibions & Stchtlt Locations  Attn: Fir Side tans. Just arrived:  mugs, T-shirts, calendars and  cards. Stock up now for Christmas.  Showpiece Gallery. MScn  BROOKS I MILLER  FLOW COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  FliOfrtty PtetetS j(' ?  an aU Caatoun ol ,fjp  the Rainbow  ...e_*-#._rem\  SECHELT  A Sua. 885-29231  /Z*&Rea.885-C058  ANNOUNCEMENT  Can aae Barm an |d*|  tain* tar iMfem  ifflCf Mm N 8S6I IM  WiyaawlHbatakli|  ssrvlcs calls.  Setry tar ny hKMVMltiCi  Tkaaks  (MICH UmiMCE Willi  MIIM7  Psychic Readings ��� lor appointments with Kalawna phone 885-  5784, toll Iree 1*977*7449. I42w  Arts council Christmas Crall Fair,  Dec. 4. For entry form 886*8281  and 886*4863. M2w  Experience the Release ol Tension Irom Polarity Therapy. It is a  touch technique which aims at the  balancing ol the body's vital energy and ths release of tension. Call  Vonnle lor appointments. 883-  9853. M2w  PERSONALIZED  CHRISTMalS CARDS  75 or mum from same negative  5x7 card le envelope  $8 each  ouus ar Nov. i  au PHOToan��pnY  S87 Mw PI ft), OUora MUSM  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7883,24 hour line.        tin  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion truck available lor hauling,  rubbiih removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd lobs.  885*3917. Hns  Tp^AXARTCLASSr  We have the largest selection ol  ait supplies in stock on the Sunshine Coast. Showpiece Gallery,  280 Gower Pi Road, Qlbeons 886-  9213. M3cn  SWEDiShVSHIATSU THERAPY  Introductory 1/2 hour session, $10.  Cheryl 688*0338. M3w  WESTCOAST  FIRST AID  TRAINING  Industrial First Aid  70 hours $425. Od. 4  Evenings & Weekends  Childsafe  Evenings ��� Nov. 9 & 10  Survival Flrat Aid  One day ��� Nov. 6  CPR Level A  Haartsaver  Evening ��� Nov. 18  CPR Level O  BabyMver  Evenings ��� Nov. 19  Emergency First Aid  One day ��� Dec. 4  CALL 885-4757  ANGUS MACKENZIE  HIGHLAND DANCE STUDIO  Formir World Highland Dancing  Champion. Member: Scottish  Dance Teachers Assoc. President  ot BC Highland Dancing Assoc.  Opening new sludio, Sechelt area.  Call lor info 1-667-KILT or 681-  0678 M2cn  Know thyself1 Your life is in your  hands. Palmistry by Dometria, For  queries and appointment call 885-  0261. M7w  THiNKINO OF CHRISTMAS?  LYMAN KI08, children's quality  fashions, will be at the Gibsons  Motor Inn, Nov. 7.10-4. Drop in  and see what's new for Vie winter  season. M2w  rHHHHHHi  QUALITY  Office Senieet  IturetouneGibtoitt)  I WORDPROCESSING  f HUNG  j BINDING SERVICES  I BLACK -WHITE t  5      COLOUR-CANNING  UASONAUHATU  .   CeilTe^ylM-JMI  NEED A TUTOR?  Experienced, qualified teacher will  tutor students In all elementary  grades. Phone 886*9182.   M3w  Util children ot Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849orSS5-4622forhelp.     nc  Announcement  WINE MAKING CLASSES  Free during October. Great savings to class members. Imported  grape concentrate. Phone 886-  0225. Hn  ENVIRONMENTALLY  CONCERNED  about the products you use? 885-  0472. I42w  Acupressure s Reflexology.  Relieves stress and tension. Call  886*9234. M2w  This Christmas  giva a portrait...  Beautifully executed  colour pencil portraits from  your favourite photo.  B��29t, ME  Gtosora,V0N1V0vWij*  Delivery 6*8 weeks. Sabstedion  guaranleed or money refunded.  Anlique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautilul sound. $1000.685-9306.  tins  Does someone in your family have  e drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886*9903, 885*7484, 886-9059.  AI'Ateen 886*2565 or 885*7484.  nc  Piano Tuning  -*  repairs  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886*2843  ?  Norma's  Electrolysis  Studio  a Ita-na-ntAuftmnovaliif  unwanted hair  ��� lJta��tinr(i-!ipul-Ti--d  thrrmolyaaliWmlinrthiida  a ComplimfnUrylOmin.  introduction  ��� CniilMd TJactml'-glat  ��� Evnainft anaoinlrn-nt. availatalr  ��� Faivacy of hnma taaant.atiallo  For appointment call 8K-77H  Leibermann baby grand piano,  view at Tally's Store, Madeira Patk  (next to IGA). $6000 obo. Great  Christmas oilt. 885-8410 eves.  Piano tuner selling pianos, delivered and tuned. 883-2329. M3cn  String bass late 1940s, painted  black, German plywood w/case,  $800,886-7781. M3w  Leant to play  Highland  Bagpipes  ItrimtelesxwuftxaUuga  8864875  Sunshine Coaat Transition  Houaa.  A sale place lor women and children In crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 185-2944        tin  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles t  levels S applied theory. First lesson Iree. Avail, days - eves. Steve  885*7067. ��42cn  Admiral ss 16.2 cu tt fridge,  almond, $575.885*9336.       SS  Apt size Kenmore dryer, like new,  1 yr. old, $200 obo. 886-3484.  ��44w   .  Apt. size Kenmore clothes dryer, 2  yrs old, $250,885-0217.  M3cn  Inglis W/D, $450.885*3642. #42w  McClary 16 cu. It. fridge, H.G., new  comprs., $449; McClary 30 cu. ft.  cont. clean H.G. stove, $279;  McClary 14 cu. ft. Iridge, almond,  $429: white WestH. 30- serf-dean  stove, $449; Modern Maid black  self-clean wall oven, $389; Hoover  white port, dryer, $199; Danby  white port, dryer, $199; Danby 12V  5 cu. ft. white Iridge, $389; Den-  more 16 cu. It. upright Ireezer  w/new comp., $379; Kitchenald  built in dishwasher. S2S9; Philco S  by S 21 cu. It. while fridge, nearly  like new, $749; Caloric countertop  stove with grill S fan, $367; Kenmore 30* white stove, $279; Kenmore heavy duly white dryer,  $249; Gurney 30' St. steel a  almond stove, $279: Inglis almond  washer, $339, and more! All appliances reconditioned w/warranty  from 90 days to 2 years. Phone  Bjorn 885*7697 or Corner Cupboard 685*4434. Will buy non-  working fridges 1 stoves. 885-  7897. M2w  Korg T3, $2000; Peavy Bandit 75, Almond Admiral stove, $200;  $150; Traynor Bloc 100, $100; Braun Micro Tech III exhaust tan,  For sale: Van conversion, Ford  150,1980. Good condilion, low  mileage. 886-3520. tfns  Effect Pedals, $80+. 886*8095.  tfns  Eric and Lenora inglis of Gibsons  Landing, BC are pleased to  announce the marriage of their son  Kim to Nancy Mitchell, daughter of  Edith and Albert Mitchell of Cranberry Lake, BC at 2 pm on Oct. 16,  1993. M42w  SUNSHINE GOLFERS DREAM  7 NIGHTS MYRTLE BEACH  $999. CHARTER, 865*2965  um  Condo rental 885-5740 Puerto Val-  larta/AcapuIco, beautiful beachfront, all amenities, pools, restaurants, activities, daily maid service.  ���43*  variable speed, lighl almond, $100.  Both excellenl shape. 886*9569.  M2cn  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condilion,'  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 885-2224,  local 60. tin  Moorage, 44' llveaboard, single  senior. 883-9168. I44cn  Morse code keys and buzzers.  Also sen-Bore flags. 885*2593.  ��� ��42w  885*2777  ��� COHKLT OlFT IHOP  DPCNINB  ICON  ART & CRAFT  CONaiQNMCNTB  Black and white male cat, very  friendly, lost on Redrooffs Road.  Much loved... Please phone It  found, 885-3930 (days) or 883-  9007 (leave message).      ens  Black day planner, very Important  phone I's. Phons 886*0389 or  drop off at 811 Reed Rd., no questions asked. ��42w  Black/brown Terrier X. Female,  young dog, about 1 year old,  answers to Princess. 885-7979  Sharon. I42cn  Walking cane lost in Gibsons. 886-  3086. M2cn  Gold watch pendant et Porpoise  Bay Park. $100 reward. 885*7181.  M2cn       Large friendly black $ grey Persian 1920's ��� 1940's overstuffed sofa  cat, top of Hillcrest. Greatly and/or chair, burgundy color. 885-  missed. Reward. 886*2165. M2w    7132. M2cn  Double or queen size boxspring  mattress - frame, must be  goodrexc. cond. 885*5495. M3w  Orthodontic retainer on govern-      ment wharf, Gibsons. 657*0814 Need a Brownie outfit in girts 14-16  (cell.). M2w    size. 885-0240. M3w  Buckle belt on beach in Gibsons. Anyone who witnessed an acci-  Sieve 885*3278. M2w dent on Sept. 22,1992 al 8:25 at  . , .   __ _, . East Porpoise Bay wharf please  Fainrew/PrettRd.a-ea.-xanoet -^ Sheldon Seigel al Asche-  t^'>M__f_2l_f' ���E?  ��>n.Shaw3844262.        M2w  9-12 mos. old. 886-8649.   M2w        Fridge in good cond., white or  almond, LH door. 885-5007.M2w  Beige loveseat and armchair,  $250; dining lable w/4 chairs,  $100; Lazy Boy, $80; armchair,  $50; king sized bed w/unique  headboard, $200:3 barstods, $50.  885-5659. M3cn  Used furniture . misc. second  hand goods 'Castaways', Molly's  Lane, open Wed. thru Sun., 11-  430.8868078 or 8864930.  tfn  Anlique refinished oak bowftont  buffet, curved minor, $700.886-  7696. M4w  Wardrobe - particle board, dark  wood grain finish, $80.886*0432.  M2w  2 antique royal blue armchairs,  $450,883*2930. MScn  Futon mattress, custom made, 8*  with loam, 3/4 size, $120 obo. 886*  0962. ��42cn  7 It. earthfone colored chesterfield,  good shape, ,$150.6864950.  M2cn  We cam make you a bed  just tbe rlgbl height  that won 1 squeak or creak  and that fits your mattress.  Headboards alone too.  TIM CLEMENT  aaa-aaie  10M Seamount Wiy, Gitnom  <aaava-. Wai aaa laaa.)  I am a 9-year-old spayed female  cal. I have long white hair and like  to cuddle, requires quiel lovable  home. 886-3648. I44cn  EAGLE RIDGE  VtTIMNAIir HWMTAl  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  lor over  10 YEARS  neirJtoBigMac'sSa-iiaN  885-5158  Lg. cheap old house trailer for storage, condition not important, will  move. 885*9357. tin  Fishing rod ��� a good silt water;  sturdy enough lo land those whoppers' Reasonable $. Call 686*7355  lve. mess. tins  Hotwheels with rediines on tires  winted by pnvate collector. 885-  9308. tfns  Used building materials in good  cond. a buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechell. 685*8889. Recycle 1  Save. Hn  Scuba equipment, Brooks seal  suil, $275; Sherwood Blizzard  Octopus, Slunno gauges, Tusa  BCD, Seallex belt and ankle  weights, US divers mask I  snorkel, blades, fins, knife, gloves.  All excellent condition, $800.685*  0876. M4cn  Large older wood stove, hot. $100  885*0640. M2w  Crib, car seat, high chair, stroller _  exlras, good cond., $300. 885-  7037. M4w  Two display cases, ffx4'x3', $300.  and 4'x3x3', $200 865*9507.144*  Ducks - great gardeners, no fuss Hilarious male 16 week kitten, gray  pets. 2 tor $15.686-3634. M3cn s white. 886*9453. M2w  Male t female cockatiels in large a mo. on rem. Kitten who's looking  cage, $75.8864536.      M2cn for a home. 885-2826.      M2w  SCREENED  TOPSOIL  FORS.ALE  $18 per yard  plus delivery  885-9782  While Boxer, fern. 10 mos. old, 4 free tabbies. 8858385.  $200.8380120. M4��  Pure bred Black Angus bull, not  yet reglslered, 2 yrs. old lor sale or  service. Easy to view. Will deliver.  Sieve Sawyer 886-2277.   ��42w  Beautiful Gdden Retriever X pups.  Choose soon. Near the duck pond.  885*5527. M2w  Heavy duty exercise bike, $100.  M2w  ���*���*-�����    8880663.  Heipl The gaiage sale at Langdale  Elem. was so successful we sold a  mint Perego umbrella stroller that  wasn't ours. It you bought it we'd  like lo buy it back Please cell the  school 886*9971. M3w  Colour pencil portraits from your  lavourite photo. Peti, lamily,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6*8 wks. for delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded, tjns  MAGUS KENNELS REG. TROPICALRSH Carpenters helper: Double roll bar  Dog J cat boarding. Experienced GOLDFISH (adjustable) trame. Easily attaches  dog trainer.'Science Diet'pet 25c and 14, supplies, equipment. 10 any stiort box.(toraign/domestjc)  loo* 8868568. tin 8889890. M4w truck. $100 obo. 8868298. M4w Coast News, October 18,  1993  Diamond back Topanga mtn. bike.  14" chromoly w/extras, $475;  hockey cards, all '62, most'81,  many others; 0*pee*chee  mechanical drafting arm, $100;  Peugeot road bike, small frame,  needs work, $100; motorbike, '83  XR500, $800. 886*3344 wkdays  at 7pm. ��44���  Dbl. dresser 1 mirror as new,  $115; BAD elec. lawn mower, $70;  Flymo lawn mower; 2 bird cages,  $7 ea.; exercise bike, $10; food  dehydrator, $30; king bed frame,  never used. $65; hair dryer, as  new, $10; IBM P.C. junior computer t exlras, $100.886*2513.M4w  Beige tweed hide-a-bed, $120;  California style cedar hoi tub with  liner and cover, $500 obo. 886-  8304 I44cn  Toshiba lull size/full power digital  microwave, mint cond., $200.886-  4886 alter 4:30 pm. M4w  King size dresser, night table,  headboard and water bed, exc.  cond., $450. 886*4886 after 4:30  pm    M4w  Gold Speed Oueen dryer, exc.  cond., $75; 10' satellite dish with  receiver, $150 obo. 885*6062.  M3w  LOOITOLUMBIR  MRTMIIUNDSAVV.  , MIUSJRVKJVWU.  COW IO YOUR PROPERTY  TOCUTYOURLOOS.  One waterbed ��� queen size w/dec*  orative headboard, $100 obo. 886-  0238 tfns  Firewood for sale, split t delivered, full cords. 686*4899. M3w  Shrubs $3 - $4 each; sols, $125,  good condition; 10 spd bike, $60.  885-7882. M3cn  Sako 7 mm Magnum complete  wilh Redfleld 2x7 (scope) exc.  cond. Phone 886*3793.     M3w  286 computer 1 meg ram 40M HD,  1.M M floppy, 14" color monitor,  Roland printer. Upgradable. $600;  14' paper white monitor, $75;  wood dining room set, seats 8,  $450.8864743. ��43w  400 Turbo hydramalic trans.; near  new tar pot or foundation sprayer;  60 amp. temporary power supply.  6889508. M3w  Carpeting 12x40 dark grey, never  installed, heavy duty, $200.886-  0663. M3w  Oueen waterbed w/6 drawers,  $150: kitchen table, $75: clothes,  size 12 & up, $5*$20; 4 kilchem  chairs, $25.885*5307.      M3w  Double futon, excellent condilion,  $150.885*6375 or 885*9810.  MScn  TOPSOIL  Gravels, fill, sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 885*5070.       M3cn  3 cushion chesterfield and chair, 1  swivel rocker, colfee table, double  bed w/box spring, 8 in. table saw,  range, dishwasher, chest of drawers, pieces of carpet/upholstery  material. 885*7076. M3cn  2 pairs older exterior French  doors, $150; 6 original captain's  chairs, heavy wood, $350 obo.  886*8636  M3cn  Horse manure $20/pickup or 2/S30  you load. 685*9969.        M3cn  Schrader brick lined fireplace  insert, $250.885*9866 after 6 pm.  MScn  FIREPLACE HEAT EXCHANGER:  heats 1.800 sq. ft., no flue liner  required, glass door, auto fan,  24KT gold trim, $650 cash (hall  price). Fits up to 37"W x 25'H x  16" deep. WASHER, Hot Point,  newer model, white, $265. 883-  2948.  M3cn  A GIVING THANKS SALE  For 2 weeks, starting Thanksgiving weekend. 20*. oil all merchandise in store. Please do come1  Sandra Leach. For Olde Times  Sake, Hwy 101 and Pratt Rd. 886*  8261. >42w  4x8 utility trailer. 14 in. tires. $550.  685*4851 alter 6. ss  Wanted: Reel lo reel tape recorder  in good working order. 885-2971.  ���43cn  Three Monarch metnc steel belted  radiais. 185 R14's, $75.8854503  eves. M4w  Grandma's Toy Box ��� new slock  arriving daily. Little Tykes. Play-  mobile, Brio Barbie. Tonka, etc.  Sunnycrest Mall 686*3044. M4w  Mr. Jax I Mr. Leonard jackets 1  skirts, size 12 (like new). $80/ea.  6880206. M4w  14 in. bandsaw, $350; Bosch  basket jointer, $350; dust collector,  $325; dado set, router bits, 12 in.  Wckness planer. $550; 4 in. belt  sander, smart level, and builder's  level, bull float, $100; compressor,  hose, nailers, Volks power gang  saw lor cutting lath, stapler t staples, 4x8 i 2x8 assembly jigs,  otters. Greg8854150.     M3cn  Large Fisher heater, $250 obo;  washer/spin dryer, $75 obo. 888-  8001 eves., Fn.-Sun.        M2w  21. For Sale  New men's small Georgetown winter jacket w/hcod. cost $170, will  sell $85.883*9112. M2w  Cosy Comlort wood burning stove,  $350 obo. 886*4686 or 960-2739.  M2w  Kenmore washer, $100; men's (L)  golf clubs and bag. $60.885-7093.  M2cn  Star Trek communicator pins!  Chrome and gold colour finish,  great Christmas present for a Ian!  $24 ea. 8868711 Carol.    M2w  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600.835*3506. ss  Carport/storage structure, 20x20,  steel Irame, $449.885*0166.  M2cn  COMPUTER, PRINTER,  and photocopier IBM compatible  Tandy lap-top, including mouse,  software, and many extras, $600;  printer $150; Canon copier, $350;  or firm $900 for all. Nearly new.  685*5473 eves. M2cn  King size waterbed complete, Kenmore portable dishwasher, solid  wood kitchen table with 2 matching chairs. 8880002.       M2cn  BELL MOTO 5 helmet, brand new;  Gerard helmet with Scott goggles;  AXO motocross boots, size 9 1/2,  $300 obo lor all. 885*7401. M2cn  Woodshed 11x15, bathroom vanity  countertop w/sink; 5 ft.; doors with  frames; zero clearance F/P; Ford  truck box cover. 8868170.  M3W  FIREWOOD  $100/cord.$110/dry Fir and Alder.  886*2369 eves. M3w  Boys 20" Norco tumbleweed bike,  like new, asking $100; Turbo  graphics system and 2 games,  asking $50.666*9145.      M3w  For all your  renovation needs call  HANDAIX  CONTRACTING  ��� Rcalcfcntlal  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Eslimates  Call Bruce 885-19*9  Ford engine, rebuill 360,262 miles  only, still in truck. Take everything  lor $495. Come and look, you will  be surprised. 885*7229.     I42w  Harvest gold Iridge, $120; 8'  Reflector telescope, $350. 885-  4729. M2w  Four ��� 225/75/16 ��� 6 boll tires, rims  and caps. 885-5009. M2w  Heavy duty engine puller; rebuilt  350 engine; GMC rear van seats;  six 750x16* matching tires . dual  Ford rims. 8858469.        M2w  GOOD HAY  M.OO/Bik Delivered  Striw$4.00/bale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole cati 10c*  Call Between 12-lpm  885*9357  ttn  Everlasting llowers in baskets or  wreaths. Do you have a special  container or basket you would like  filled with flowers, interesting  grasses $ leaves? Will take orders  to suit your taste I colour decor.  Roharma Rae 885*7261.    I42w  Boat rack for 6 It. wide camper,  $40; mil. box for lull size pickup,  $100 ��� 2 drs., 1*2'6'X6'6' with  frame 1 hardware, 1 *28'X6'6' with  hardware, both tor $30.863*2433.  M2w  Ritchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 886*2622, ask  for Annie. tfns  Amiga 500 colour monitor, printer,  new H/D kit, 2 controllers, extra  drives and programs, $700 obo.  886*3280 or 8880924. tfn  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacement filler  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65.686*9665. tfns  Full size camper trig, stove heater,  $1500000.886*2108.  Enterprise electric range, white,  works well, $100 obo. 8868723.  M3w  Ping pong table, net and paddles,  $120.886*7159 aft. 6pm.   M3w  Coleman furnace for mobile home,  $200 obo; misc. single pane alum,  windows. FM $25 ea.; dbl. ceramic  sink; Commodore 126 computer  complete w/printer, $250. 886-  0750. M3w  '76 560 C Case backhoe, new  brakes, exc. cond., $16,000 obo.  885*7401. ss  Wanted: Cats for parts, Teratrac or  Case. 8868915. I43w  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  886*7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  686*2546. ss  '53 Pontiac Chietton, 2 dr coupe,  $2000 firm. 8868932.      ��44cn  1990 Nissan Sentra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tires,  exc. cond., $5500.6864837. ss  Kenmore range, sell-clean oven, 1986 p^^ p*-,*, 3 ^ 5 ^  almond, $100 obo. 886*3646 93,000 kms., good cond. 885-  betore9pm. M2cn    4.354 tt44w  Fuel tank with pump, fits behind  cab of thick, $250.885*5444.  M2cn  Moving sale ��� furniture, household  Ilems. 886*2202. M2w  Dishwasher, slove top, eye level  oven, Ian - all lits in area ol dishwasher, great lor small kitchen,  clean S all working, $750 obo;  massage table, $125; neO-angle  shower, needs front, $50; plywood  headboard for single bed, $30; 2-  brush polisher, great for scrubbing  your deck, $5; assortment of used  tires. 8858360 before 9 pm.M2cn  200 amp HORBART gas welding  machine. 686*7882.        M2cn  Washer S dryer, $350 pr.; 26'  colour TV, $150.686*7069. M2w  Two city $ hwy. radar detectors,  take both for $50.886*0390.142*  SHAKLEE  Products for health enhancement  _ environmentally friendly cleaners. 8858472. M2w  WATER FILTERS  Guaranteed to remove bacteria,  lead, chlorine, elc. 8S58472.M2*  ATTEN. SENIORS!!  Motorized scooter, pace saver.  Runs good, good bans. - charger.  $1000.8858299. M2w  Windsurfer, 9' cuslom: Pioneer  Pro6t chamsaw. dynamic 204 cm  Slalom skis, reasonable. 885*  5846 M2w  4x8 utility trailer. 14 in. tires. $550.  865*4851 aft. 6pm. ss  Five patio sets for sale, four  chairs, one table, white, $45'set.  Brad 886*9090 7am*4pm.   M2w  Vermont Castings 'Resolute  Acclaim' wood stove, red enamel  finish, near new, call 886*2668 aft.  5 pm or on weekends.      M2w  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscrlptloni.  Green Onion Earth Station  1154644.  tfn  3/4 size pool table 1' slate J  accessories, $1000 firm. 885-  3642. M2w  Everyday Goddess Attire  Auspicious apparel and paraphernalia. Local and European. Out Of  Time, Roberts Creek, 885-3935.  M2w  24 noun  TOWING  WALT'S  888*9500 /cel. 240*8575  1988 Escort wagon. 4 cyl. auto.  cassette one owner 885*3281.  MDL5936  1970 Toyota Corolla. Runs good.  $275.8864253. I44cn  1988 Dodge Caravan. 5 seater.  am/fm. good condition, $7600.  ���44cn  1998 Bronco II. 6 cyl auto. Great  in snow! 885*3281. MDL5936  1980 Ford F-350 van. V6. aulo,  $650 obo. 886*9127.        I44cn  WRENCH HANDS  Fully equipped work space. We  can do it all or assist you. Also if  you have difficulties finding parts,  we will help you. Phone, Fax 886-  3631. I43w  Tracer 4 door nolchback. Under  25,000 km. Beautilul condition,  one owner. $10,995,885*3281.  MDL5936  '74 F250 4x4 new propane 390  engine. Runs excellent, $2,000.  Must sell. 885*7768.        M3cn  79 Vdvo $300; 83 Ford Ranger,  $1650 obo; '79 Dodge work van,  $1400; 79 Jeep Wagoneer, $1650  obo. 8868915. ��43w  MHR. TOWING  tmtmmttuu  iTOWaVM  886-8080  P*arts lor most makes foreign  domestic, 8 wheel drive,  4 wheel drive t mm do drive.  Some parts Installation  available  dS1-  1984 Dodge Caravan, 5 pass.,  exc. shape, $3800.8854217. ss  1984 Cutlass Supreme, 4 door, 6  cyl, new tires, air, needs some  work. Lady driven. $2000 obo. Call  Bill 8868051. MScn  '66 Pontiac Acadian, 4 door hatchback, auto, good running condition. Asking $1700 obo. 688*3358.  MScn  '77 Camaro, 67,000 ml, exc.  cond., $3500; 781 ton, 12 It. cube  van, good cond., $2000.885-2470  or 885*9424. M2cn  1978 Oldsmobile, Delta 88 Royale,  auto, p/s, p/b, a/c, in great running  cond., and in good shape, $900  obo. 886*9471. M2cn  '86 Pontiac 6000,4 cyl., fuel Injected, air, good condition, low miles,  $2700000.8854804.      M2cn  '62 Nissan, 200SX, good commuter car, $1000 obo. 886*3646  before 9 pm. M2cn  Two rear 16' bias ply Ores w. rims,  exc. rubber, $40/pr. 885*5260.  M2w  1982 4x4 Eagle, 2 dr., $2000.838  3694. I44w  '89 Honda Civic DX, p/s, p/b, 4 dr  auto. Like new. 42 k's. $7,200. Pat  GOVT  SAFETY  CHECKED  1984 CHEV S10  Ext. cob - V6,4 speed,  1 owner, low Ion's. GSC  wos$4495  sau $3750  1989 RELIANT  4 door, 4 cyl. auto,  1 owner, GSC.  was $4795  SAU $3750  1985 TEMPO  4 door Deluxe GL model,  luxury equipped, GSC.  wai 13495  SAU $2350  1983 REUANT  4 door, 4 cyl. auto,  tow kms. GSC.  was 12495  sau $1950  1981 CHEVETTE  4 noor, 4 cyl- auto,  low cost. GSC.  was$1195  sau $900  Centurion Auto  5645 Wlitirt Rd. Sechelt  885 1004 MOI-HJI7  1966 Cadillac Coupe de Ville,  rebuilt 427, mint body, needs  upholstery, also pans car, $4800.  885*3859. I42w  1984 Camaro Z-26, exc. cond.,  new motor, new paint. Loaded.  $6000 firm. 8858642.      M2w  1985 Ford LTD station wagon, a/c,  no rust, good cond., $1300 obo.  863*9290 after 5 pm. ss  '80 Mustang, new paint, melalic  red, new motor. Asking $2150.  I42ai  '67 Plymouth Fury 3 VIP, 2nd  owner, 4 dr. hardtop, 363 eng..  real clean, new paint, rebuilt  trans., $1800 obo. '81 Dodge Colt  96,000 kms., red, cheap on gas,  sell or swap, $750 obo. 8883831.  M3w  Explorer XLT 4x4. 4 door. aulo.  This is the answer lor the 90s.  885*3281. MDL5936  '77 Cadillac Eldorado, fully  equipped, good cond., recent  tune-up, $1800 obo. 8868118.  M3w  1988 Chev Celebrity station  wagon, 2.8 V6, good condition.  885*3933. M3cn  '72 Dodge Dad, runs, best offer.  886-3461. MScn  LOOKING  FORAVEHICLE?  You tall ua what you wanl.  tyear maee modell  we tall you who haa It!  Dealer Pre owned Vehicles  CALL TOLL FREE  1-800 567-553S  aavaa ':��� ca, I.- Ic*>��� s..,*.,, sa. Ip-*  **��4|I��T��  HtHUH  1980 Honda Accord, sliver w/Wk.  interior, new pans, burns a little  blue, $400 obo. 886*7311. M3w  1947 Packard Clipper, 4 door,  $2,500.886*3337. M4cn  1985 Ford LTD station wagon,  A/C, no rust, good cond., $1300  obo.BB3-9290alt.5pm.    M2w  1968 5 sp., 4 dr., red Nissan Sentra, $6000 obo. 8864837.     ss  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player. $5795.886*7150.  ss  1984 Mazda RX-7. 78.000 kms. 4  new Pirelli lires. sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuill dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable . strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 tfns  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 886*3623. ss  CLEAROJT! Used tires, wheols,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885*7167 ss  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 obo.  863*9234. ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine slereo.  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  obo 886*7378 ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od. 4 door, exc. cond. $5495.  856*7520 or (3882111.  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota   12 tt. alum, boat, 7.5 Merc, motor,  reliability $4,800 obo. 886*7648.     trailer brand new, $1200. (w) 885-  ss    6422,8380225. (h) 886*2592.  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  complelely refurbished, a great  lamily wagon. SALE S2.495.885-  3281 MDL5936  1983 Acadian, runs well, $1000.  885*1984. M2w  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, ac, all power, excellent condition. $4550.6864641.       ss  Classic 1969 MGB Roadster ��� This  Is a collector's automobile that has  been renewed inside and out and  Is considered one of the best  examples in British Columbia.  British Racing green, wire wheels,  less lhan 6,080 miles on complete  mechanical and body rebuild, It's a  showroom-condition, garage-kept  car that is a pleasure to own and  drive. Serious parties can view  and test Ihis gem in Qibsons by  phoning 886*8854. Firm price:  $10,000. #42w  1989 Grand Wagoneer 4WD. V8,  auto, leather, fully loaded, trailer  pkg, low miles. 885*3281  M0L5936  1981 Corvette, navy with silver  interior, T-rool, new Iront lires,  76,000 miles, good cond., $8000.  8854026. M2w  '69 Tracker 4X4 convertable,  85,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 868*7556. ss  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500 obo. 886*7969. SS  .���1 '���  1985 Ford Ranger 4x4, 3* lilt kit,  new trans., rebuilt V6, sunrool,  $3800 obo. 885*7489.      M4cn  1983 Ford F250PU, 351V8 aulo.,  PS/PB, cruise control, equalizer  hitch, electric controller. 126,000  kms., orig. paint. Outstanding  cond, $5000.683*2122.    M4w  '61 Chev 4X4, 350 VB, rebuilt  trans./engine. New tires, canopy,  lightbar. 8868213. ��44w  '61 CJ7 Jeep, 6 cyl, 4 sp, new  tires, clutch, rad, gas tank, runs  good, body rusty, best offer. 886-  0969. M3w  1983 MAZDA  B-2000 long box pick-up with  canopy, 63,000 miles, exceptional  condition, $3,250.886-7098.��43cn  '84 GMC P/U, 3/4 ton. propane  350 V8, good shape, great work  truck, $3500. Craig 886*2352 alt,  6pm. ��43w  1986 Ford F150 302 VS auto.,  36,000 kms, radio/tape, like new,  $8200.885-5740. #43w  84 Nissan Klngcab 4x4 p/u. 5 spd,  112,000 km, quality slereo, tilt, lull  insfrumentatlon, p/s, p/b, fresh  paint, Firestone ATX radiais,  chrome wheels, canopy. $5000.  886*7784. ss  1968 Ford F150 4x4, 302, 5 spd,  canopy. Many extras. $9,700.885-  4851 aftere. ss  79 Jeep P/U 4X4, rebuilt 360, new  tires, needs trans/body work,  $1000 obo. 8868569.       M2w  1988 fully loaded Chevy 4x4 Silverado, s/b, s/s, 350 4 spd, auto,  3' body lift, lots of extras, excellent  condition, $14.000.8864797 or  Suzanne 886*2277.        M2cn  1978 Ford 1 ton cube truck, best  offer. 895*3642. M2w  '88 Bronco lull size XLT, P/S, P/B,  P/W, air, cruise etc, 75,000, exc.  shape, $13,900.8864950 M2cn  '81 GMC single axle dump truck,  total re-build, govt inspected, first  $6000 takes it. 8854804. M2cn  72 Ford 250 p/u, 380 auto, new  tires, sportsman canopy. Solid  truck, $2200.685*7401. ss  '91 Nissan P/U, shod box, 4 cyl, 5  sp, 63,000 kms. new tires, $7395.  686*9500. ss  72 GMC pickup, VB auto, P/S,  good tires, reliable transportation,  good work truck, but rusty. First  $500 takes. View at Gibsons Marina. 886*7207. M4w  1965 Ford Ranger. Good MPG,  AM/FM cass, Michelins, $3900  obo. 886*9249. IMw  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto, looks and runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 886*7099. SS  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  685*7518. ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank. $1000. 886*3005 Bam*  5pm. tfn  1967 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass. PS/PB. aulo, tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable otters.  886-7800. ss  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.8868001.  ss  77 Ford F-250, 54,000 miles,  good running cond, $1500. Paul  686*2895 aft. 6pm. tfns  79 Ford LTD, auto, PS/PB.  immaculate cond, only 73,600  kms. Near new tires, plus snow  tires, exc, reliable transport,  $2500.8868451. M4cn  1970 Ford Ranchero, V8 aulo,  green, 109,000 orig. miles, runs  great, very clean, $1200 obo. 888  8400. IMw  1992 Taurus V6 auto, air, tilt,  cruise, airbag and more.  Clearance sale price. 685*3281.  MDL 5936   1987 Tempo 4 dr, P/W, P/D/L, air  cond, AM/FM stereo, exc. cond,  $3000.8854054. ss   77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond, �� GMC 3/4 ton Sierra, 6.2 diesel,  S900nhn wavuuA �� excellent, too much new to list,   h $3995obo. 6864983.       M2w  1990 f 150 Cuslom 5.0L. Auto. tilt.  cruise, cassette. 885*3281.  MDL5936  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 886-  B032. ss  1980 Mazda RX7 5 sp, sunrool,  good cond, $2100. View at 444  Gower Ft. Rd. 886*3632.   IMw  1988 Fotd F150 4X4, 302, 5 sp,  canopy, many extras, $9700.885-  4851 aft. 6pm. ss  '64 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  6868204. ss  1963 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic. $2800.685-5623 alt. 6.  CASH  OR  CONSIGN  LANTZVILLER.V. LTD  T. F. 1-800-663-4234  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A*1 condition. 886-9025. ss  14 ft. alum, with trailer, $950 obo.  12 ft. fiberglass Boston Wha  with trailer, $850 obo. 8868836.  1990 Campion 21 ft. Discovery  210. Merc cruiser, soil top. Curjy  cabin, water cooled, excellent condition with Highliner trailer,  $21,900. Len 8364504.    M3cn  17 ft. fiberglass 90 hp Merc.  Needs some work. $1650. 885-  4217. ss  1993 Whaler Rampage 18.5, centre console display boat at manu-  fact. cost. $10,500.865*7453.  New tandem axle trailer for 24'  boat. Brakes and galvanized, in  water twice. $3500. No GST. Larry  863*2819 or 883*2456.     M3cn  Protected moorage in Bargain  Harbour. 883-2930.        MScn  14 tt Starcralt, heavy aluminum,  $600. Consider trade/light car top.  8654851 alter 6. ss  1961 - 24 ft. Bayliner Sunbridge  200 Volvo, good cond, $23,900.  883*9403 or 1*940*1559.    M2w  IB tt. Fibreglass, Vdvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297. 11  12 tt. Fibreglass boat, Sears Kingfisher, built-in cooler, no oars,  $150 obo. 886*7694 att. 6pm.  30 ft. tiavel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, furnace, shower, $6500.  8854217. ss  1981 Dodge Maxlvan, fully  camperized, no rust, mech. sound,  very low mileage. 8858663. IMw  8 ft. Holiday camper for lull sz.  truck, full sz. dbl. bed, 1 pc. metal  roof, Ice box and porta-potti,  $1250.8883175. IMw  1975 Ford school bus, propane  engine, fully camperized, exc.  cond, $9000 obo. 8B58982.M4W  1979 Okanagan 26 ft. Fifth wheel.  Awning, stereo, hitch, etc, exc.  cond, asking $9500. 77 one ton  crew cab on Dwallies also avail.  Phone 885*5861. M3w  INSURANCE SALVAGE  1975 KIT camper damaged In auto  accident. Contact Brouwer Claims  at 885*3519. M3cn  1978 271/2 ft. custom coach trailer, exc. cond, fully equipped,  $8500.883*2014. M2cn  1975 Airstream, 31', land yacht  model, exc. cond. $13,000. 886-  0583. M2w  77 Dodge motorhome, $7000.  886-0742. I42w  40 tt. RV bus, set up for year  round living, propane powered,  good motor, $15,000 obo. See al  Boot Hill RV Park. 8B54073.M2W  KCHMMMME  suiffruro.  M.A.B.V.C   ��� Marfta.e  Surveyors and Consultants!  19 ft. deep-V Fibreglass hull, $500  firm. 8868915. M3w  1975 D Eagle, 181/2'hardtop.  Sleeps 4, no head, repowered 86  4 cyl. Volvo & 290 leg. Approx.  165 hrs, $5500. Refit t survey  '93. $7875 firm. 8854031. M3w  22 tt. wood sloop In dry storage.  Inc: survey. Good project. New  sail, $400. Call Sam Harvey 886*  2922. I42w  21 tt. Reinell cabin cruiser, 302  motor rebuilt 351 heads, rebuilt  distributor, new water pump, new  steady bearing and U-joints, new  stove burners, new fresh water  pump. Needs leg work. $33,500  obo. 885*5134 pis. lve. message.  Security, fenced  and lighted  Halfmoon Bay  Area,  Reservations  Taken now  885-2703  19 1/2 It. Sangster inboard/outboard, runabout style, 8 ft beam,  deep V, near new canvas, some  new upholstery, new trailer with  brakes, blown engine, $4800 obo.  8868M5. M2cn  Two 1990 16.5 ft. KiC thermal*  glas tull slope back canvas. Builtin  16 gal. tank, storage locker, walk  through window: 1990 75 HP  Merc. OB $6995 obo. 885*7888.  M2w  92 Aerostar XLT V6 1 owner  People Mover," total driving  experience1885*3281 MDL5936  Two Mazda B20O0's. $100. Each  one runs; one VW-412 station  wagon, not running, $100, good  shape. 883*9504. M2w  1990 red Tracker with white  moulded hardtop, 4 WD. auto,  56,000 kms, $9000.686*7992 alt.  5pm. IMw  79 LeBaron station wagon,  doesn't look great, but runs well  Make an offer. 8883540 eves.  IMw  '64 Honda Accord, sunrool, 5 sp,  new Ures. Runs good. $1,900 obo.  8854054. ss  1984 Escort: standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine ir  very good cond, exc. for parts,  $400 obo by end ol May. Call 888  2622. tfns  '86 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrool w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo  886*7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  OlJTMC^  V y whmn jrov  ^pay for 2 innmr  rtlona  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either lhe Monday or Woeksndsr  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 cents  for each additional word.  Free: Lost, Found t Ftee  Sui-0 Self Cfassfffe��J*  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by CnSflrMd ata-aline ��� Not avaiiabt* for com~mrctal advmrHtert  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monti (ay Mitten W**k��n*ter  S PM. THURSDAY NOON TOM DAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 883-3930 18  Coasl News, October 18, 1993  34   Help Wanted  35   Business 8.  Home Services  16' K.C. 70 hp 86 Mercury oil  injection, very low hrs, 7.5 hp  Evinrude long shaft kicker weasy  load trailer. All A-1 condition.  $5000 firm tor all. 885*2361 ��42cn  Buy new Nissan 8 hp outboard  motor, new price $1595. sale  $1000; new molorguide 5 spd.  electric motor; new heavy duty  marine battery; shoemaker battery  charger. Package costs $650. Sale  $500.6883885. ��42cn  5 1/2 months moorage. 40 ft slip,  includes hydro and gate key at  Jolly Roger. 885*9826.     I44cn  4 HP Evinrude O/B, $250 obo.  8858385. IMw  Si-lex Loran C, $65; Mustang anti-  exposure coverall. $225: Volvo 290  leg. $2000: counter weighted table  and chaiis, $75.863*2280.  21 It. Reinell cabin cruiser. 302  motor rebuill 351 heads, rebuilt  distributor, new water pump, new  steady bearing and U*|Oints, new  stove burners, new freshwater  pump, needs leg work. $3500 obo.  865*5134 pis. Iv. mess.      I42w  1963 lishing machine 208 Campion wheelhouse Walk-around 200  Merc outboard. 60 hrs. on new  power head, anchor pkge, winch,  VHF slereo . depth sounder. 2  bait tanks, life jackets, downngger,  Secrel Cove moorage unlil  June/94. Asking $14,000. Phone  685*5861. I43w  199117' Campion Alante Bownder  w/trailer, low hours, asking  $10,500.8854729 aft. 6pm.i42w  12V' Apollo Inflatable with trailer ��� exc. cond, 4 chamber /  inflatable keel sectioned aluminum lloor boards. Seats, oars,  gai tank, $1500 complete. 886-  8551. I42w  Two Chrysler 318 inboard engines.  One requires some rebuilding.  $1000; other is in tine running condition, $2000. For details call Buccaneer Marina. 885*7868.     ttn  28 ft. Unifly libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots of exlras. George  8868139. ss  1986 21 ft Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  18 ft. DavKison sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886-9224  24x60 Neonex modular home UR  and D,R. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, fam.  rm. w/wood burning stove, 3 appl,  malching covered alum, deck,  large, pnvale view lot with reasonable pad rent. Keith Road, Gibsons, 1 mile from shopping,  schools, $49,500 lirm. 8887779.  ���43w  New home  Now Set-up  in Family Park  Gibsons area  To view call  886*2597, 597*3322.  tfn  Pad lor rent, Bonniebrook Mobile  Home Park, avail. Nov. 1,  $190/mo. 886*2887. ttn  PRIVATE SALE  740 sq. tt. 2 bdrm. mobile home In  Rockland Wynd. 5 app, new Hooting, newly decorated, elec. heat,  deck, util shed. 8858401   I42w  10X50 ��� 2 bdrm. mobile home,  $8000. 886*0742 or 8884646.  ���42w  New Homes  From $35,900 F.P.  Musi have own location  5% down or we will  take your trade, car  boal elc.  Call collect  597*3322 ttn  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adull community  Rents trom $235/mo.  For mlo. call  597*3322  Reliable long-time SC couple.  seeking leasable 2*3 bdrm affordable house to rent. Willing to  redecorate, maintain house/gar-  don/landscape. Gibsons * Hallmoon Bay. 8882576.       I44cn  N/S writer seeking ocean retreat  October/November. Great with  planls, pets, cooking and children.  Prefer housesittmg and/or part-  time position. Call 9328712.M2cn  Responsible couple needs 2 bdrm.  house. $400-$500/mo. Willing to  work in exchange lor reduced rent.  8868314. IMw  28  Molorcycles  28' Character Cmlacr - Command  bridge, held, talla-y. sleeps ftair,  c/w dinghy, surveyed 1991.  $14,000 niw.  Phone Art: (um}7-  1985 CR-125, new clutch, B tire,  good cond. $1200.885*7453.  M3cn  1987 Yamaha TW, 8000 kms,  $1200; 1987 Honda 4*wheel ATC,  60CC. $1300. 885-3642.      I42w  '91 Honda CR250. Many exlras.  $3.000.886*4746. ss  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond, 20,000 kms, $1450 obo.  885*5492. ss  '65 Kawasaki GP2 900 Ninja,  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886*4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond,  spare bike for parts $600 takes all.  686-7722 leave message,    tfns  78 Harley Sportster, exc. cond,  $3750.883*9040 lv. mess. IMw  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1992*1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883*2456.     Kn  10'x40' two bdrm. mobile home,  $12,500.8858604. M3w  Small house, quiet spot, single  woman, $400/mo. max. 8854406.  M2w  Shared accommodation or communal house for woman, between  Sechelt 1 Rbts. Ck. 885*3502.  IMw  Furnished or unfurnished housekeeping rm. or bdrm. with kitchen  privileges in Sechelt or Gibsons  area for semi-retired lady.  Evenings 51='8pm 8868682.  ���43w  Renovaled 2 bdrm suite, Gibsons  Landing, $525/mo. 885*8895.  ���4401  Roberts Creek 3 bdrm. 1 balh,  organic garden, wood/elec heal,  N/S. N/P, rels. req. $800/mo. 888  9409 lv mess. IMw  Ground level 2 bdrm. suite. Welcome Woods, children & pets welcome. $500/mo. utils incl. 885*  6036. IMw  3 bdrm. main floor house on quiet  cul-de-sac. F/S, 1/2 utils, Gibsons.  886-7669 alt. 7pm. IMw  2 bdrm. house, partially lumished,  $500Vmo. 865*0462. IMw  House in Robert! Creek I bdrm.  plus den on acreage, avail. Nov. 1,  $695. For more into call 296*5215.  IMw  112 bdrm cottages avail, immed.  N/S, N/P. Free use ol dock and  small lishing boat. Cable included.  Refs. req. From $400/mo. 883-  9569. tins  New 2 bdrm condo, downtown  Sechelt. 4 appl, N/P, N/S,  $675/mo. Avail. Nov. 1.885*4546.  M4cn  Two 1 bdrm suites, avail. Nov. 1.  Very clean, close to transit and  shopping in upper Gibsons.  Includes laundry. $475/mo. _  $525/mo. 886*2223.        M4cn  Centrally located condo. 2 bdrm *  den, 1 1/2 baths, f/p, garage, 5  appliances, refs. req. Call Lauretta  886-2277 or 886*9683.     I44cn  Large 1 bdrm, 1/2 duplex, near  Davis Bay beach. Woodstove.  yard, $475/mo. 885*4862. I44cn  Commuters, Langdale, 2 bdrm ���  den house, 5 appl, N/S, F/P, refs.  .  req.886-0041. M4cn  Sechell 1 bdrm suite, brand new,  private, W/D, single professional  N/S. 885*7161 after 5 pm. I44cn  1 bdrm ���> den, view house, lower  Gibsons. Avail. Nov. 1. $600/mo.  2718753. M4cn  Gibsons 3 bdrm bungalow with  ocean view. C/W W/W. air tight  F/P, fridge, stove, W/D. Large sundecks, large garage, extra parking.  Avail. Nov. 1.$9007mo. 9368883.  14401  Lovely large housekeeping rooms  in pnvate suite. Rent neg., avail.  Oct. 15. 939-5486. M4w  W. Sechelt, shared accommodation, large lovely renovated basement suite. Great pnvate fenced  yard. Rent neg. Avail. Oct. 15.939-  54861V. mess. IMw  Newly renovated 3 bdtm. house in  Halfmoon Bay, new appliances,  F/P, $725/mo. 885-3458.    ��43w  Avail. Nov. 1. 3 bdrm. townhouse.  $7507mo. + utils. plus 1/2 month  deposit, refs. req. 886-8641 ��43w  2 bdrm partially furnished condo.  Secret Cove, $650. Avail. Nov. 1  885*7882. M3cn  New Apts. on Whart Rd. Two  bdrm. wilh balcony. 4 appl, laundry room, $ security door,  $800Ymo. plus utils. Rets. req. 885-  4103. I46w  Gibsons, avail. Nov. 7. upper lloor  in large home near marina. 3 Irg.  bdrms, stove. Iridge. W/D,  $775/mo. ��� utils. No pets. 936-  8501. I42w  Gibsons 2 bdrm. furn. waterfront  cottage, wood . oil heat, suit 1  adull. $600/mo. incl. cable. Avail,  immed. to June 30. 1*438*3843 or  886*0645. M2w  Furnished 2 bdrm. cottage on  wale-front. $5O0/mo, N/S, to view  call 885-4117 on Oct. 23 or 24.  Mtw  Share lumished waterlront cottage,  $250/mo. . utils, N/P. W/M/F  883*2670 or 8B582M.  I42w  3 bdrm. basement home, very watertront, Redrooffs, 3 bdrm, 2  close to Cedargrove and buses. 1/2 balhs, easy water access.  F/P, 4 appl, $750/mo. Rels. req. Avail. Dec. 1. $1100.2918184.  886*8271.                     IMw M3cn  Waterfront cabin, suit single person, tully furnished, shod term only  ��� max. May 1994. $500/mo. plus  ulils. 686*9238. I44W  GIBSONS  Spacious 1 bdrm. apt. in 2 yr. eld  building. Ground lloor, central location. 4 appl, avail, immed, $575  ind. heal 4 hydro. 2985215.  M3w  1 bdrm w/t suite, bright, clean,  laundry, balcony. $3507mo. 883-  9177. MScn  4 bdrm house cul-de-sac location,  upper Gibsons, $890/mo. Avail.  Nov. 1.9808240. I43cn  Central Gibsons spacious 2 bdrm.  large deck, spectacular view,  $595/mo ��� util. 6880775. M3cn  Gibsons 2 bdrm. 1425 sq. ft. town-  home. 4 appl, carpon. sundeck.  dose to shopping . schools, avail.  Oct. 1/93, $7754no. 8864680. tfn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  wm  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  3 bedroom duplex  $9O0/month  2 bedroom beach  cottage $7O0/month  Nov. 1, 1 person, W. Sechelt, Waterfront, Hopkins Ldg, 3 bdrm,  bachelor suite, quiet, employed 2 bath. Avail. Nov. 1. $900/mo.  mature, N/S. 885*5307.      I43w    988*5031. ��43cn  W. Sechelt. dean 1 bnght 1 bdrm.  suite. Separate entrance, ocean  view, suit single working person.  885*3630. I43w  Wesl Sechelt, lovely large 1 bdrm.  bsmt. suite with fenced, private  yard. Laundry incl. $500/mo. Avail.  Oct. 15. Deidre 939*5486 Iv. mess.  I43w  3 new. permanent/long term RV  sites now ready at Boot Hill RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 Keith Road, 1  1/2 miles up Cemetary Road, Gibsons. 886*9764 or 220*1526.  tfns  2 bdrm. side duplex, Gibsons,  $700.  2 bdrm. lower suite, Gibsons,  $575.  2 bdrm. waterfront, Selma Park,  $650.  2 bdrm. lower waterfront suite ,  Sechelt, $600.  2 bdrm. lower waterfront suite ,  Haltmoon Bay, $600.  2 bdrm. furnished, Halfmoon Bay,  $800.  3 bdrm. Redrooffs area, $700.  2 bdrm. furnished, Tuwanek, $500.  Sussex Realty Property Management, Dave Austin, 615-3295.  M2w  Ground level 2 bdrm. suite in Welcome Woods. Children . pets welcome. $500/mo. utils incl. 685-  6036. IMw  2 bdrm. trailer/addition, cozy, privale, by the beach near Gibsons,  garden. $425/mo. ind. hydro. 885-  0640. ��42w  2 bdtm. house, lower Gibsons, Ig.  detached workshop, $700/mo.  883*9235. I42w  ||  YUKON  Ct>uuNnv  NEWSPAf-tAS  ASSOCIATION  Thaaa ada apaaar In mo*, than IOO community/ nawapapan In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora lun 3 minion raadara.  TO PUCE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604) 669.J222.  $225  330  M.oo aatftad-aa-nalaaord  AUTO  ENGINES retail! Irom $795  ENGINE remanulaclure from  $995  6 months 10 pay.   6  Year 120,000 warranty. Bond  Mechanical building angina.  lor28years. 672*0641.aa.  7 days.   CANADA ENGINES LTD  Quality Guaranteed Rebuild.  6 Cyl from $995. ��� V8 Irom  $1,095.6yr 120.000Kmlim-  itad warranty 580-1050 or I,  800665 3570, 123.5-114  Ava. Surrey     BCAA Ad-  proved.   F 250, 4X4 s. Cummin. Die  sel. Eaplora'l Rangers.  Trucks. Up lo $1500. cash  rebate 0 down O.A C  Payments trom $189/month  Phone Grant collect 536-  9778.  Dealer ��8367.   ItPllfHWAIT   Annie s Home Bod I Break-  fasl. Homecooking. Hoi Tub  Altai catering to special needs  (Dietary 4 Physical). Hostess: Anne Wieba. 30511  Sandpiper Drive. Matsqui.  B.C. V2T 5N2 Canada  (604)664 9400. 864*0772, |  lUIINESS OPPORTUNITIES      66  euiamiFonaALE  KAMLOOPS   THRIVING  TAXI COMPANY.   25 U* !  anaau.Myeo-ji*wddipata-h !  olfice in cJly center. 20 year. [  i business owner rearing. 1-  To place an ad in this paper, call 886-2622  UXJCAnOH  I  aamemo  eW_-\-a___W_\ -  ADD a bill. S-kal Lovely  roommates - Karen, Linda.  Cheryl ��� have oar-rung personal pholo. to shar. Free  into: Karen, Boa 670GB  Kelowna, B.C.   VIY 7P4.  Advil, Bum!   lOucATioaa  FANTASIA oiler, you a lucrative career selling sensual  products and lingerie through  home parties. No Investment  lor stock. Car required. 582-  6684 or 1-800-M1-1I76.  Eat. Exterior Renovation  Busine-a. Compl.a/iow-oom,  aotariums, patio covers, ate.  W. Kooienays Training pro.  gram, terms avail. In writing:  R.R. 2 ��� Sile IS ��� C-59.  Cranbrook. B.C. VIC 4Y7  SALMON FISHING OPERATION. Secret Cove. British  Columbia. Well established.  year round, large client base.  32 loot yachts. All equipment, contracts, moorage -  will train * $145,000  (604)431-8214.  DISTRIBUTORS WANTED  lor a lull line ol Irash frozen  gourmet loods. This is a  unique opportunity lo be pan  of the fastest growing bus).  nesraea in Canada. Information cell Dave Ward 16041273-  9493 Days.  Treat to be an Apartment/  Condomuaum Manager r -o.  ,oo placement assistance  Governmenl Licensed cone-  apondence courae. 2.200  r/eduele. working. For FREE  brochure  R.M.T.I 681 5456  .LilM-Mi-HM.   ANEWCAREER1 Learn In.  come Taa Preparation or  Basic Eoo.aeec.ng Tea de  ducouo cro'caie courses.  For free brochure., no aba  gallon: UI R Taa Senncec.  1345 Pembina Hwy, Win���-  peg, MS R3T 2B6. I 890  665.5144. Enquire about  eaclunvo trancraa. lerntonea  PSYCHIATRIC NURSING. In  B.C., there io en ongoing  shortage ol Registered Pay  chlatric Nurses. Asagradu-  aleorOougluColleg.aPay.  chlatric Nursing Program,  your skills will be in demand.  Tha Paychiatrlc Nuroing Program bland. cLaaoroom with  real-Ilia, handa-on training to  ensure you're ready to start  your new career right altar  graduation. Gradual., find  work e\ a variety ol (.rung.  Ine-kiding Hospital., and Real,  dermal and Community Care  Sellings el atoning salaries  of up lo $30,000 par year.  DouglaaCo��agelnNawW.B|.  minster, offers B.C.'* only  Psychiatric Nursing Program.  For more information - cal  (604)527-5478. Leave your  name and mailing address  and tare will marl you an Infor*  mason Package. Apply Now  * Space, are limited. Doug-  lea Collage- A tradition ol  oacetlence.  LEARN THE SECRETS OF  CHOROING ON GUITAR.  New home otudy course.  Fast, eaay method. Guaranteed! FREE Information. Cal  1-800-667-0050 Eatennon  770. Sludio 010.  TAXIDERMY TRAINING ���  Leam lie trade ol Taaldarmy  Irom profeaaaonal Taubdormisl  Jim Perm. 25 year.1 oapori-  once training sur-cesolul taa.  derm,sis Call    Kerry  (403)2910460. Pann School  ol Tgaidermy.Calgarv.  wpiovucan   tyeao-rTUHITall  AGES II 30 WITH ogncui  Urol eaponence to hvavwork  with lamHy In Australia. New  Zealand. Europe. Japan.  Coats I detauls contact 1 600  2631827, l2O8IS01-l7Ava  SW, Canary, AB T2TC-E2  lEPORTER/PHOTOORA-  PHEfl Top ew.rdwmn.ng  weekiv require, an even  or-cadreporter/pholograph-ar  - join . lourperraon edilonal  loam. Competitive salary  commensurate with ..per,  ���nee. Own car and camera a  musL Reply m wtiring with  resume to Curtis Pollock.  erltor. IOO Mile Free Proas.  Boa 459. too Mile House.  B.C. V0K 2E0.  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP. B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 742S Hadley  Ave.Burnaby,B.C. VSE2R1.  FREE BROCHURE.  Aluminum/Glass or  Aluminum/Polycarbonate  SOP, Double-walled Green-  houaes.SoLanumsioomplete  line of Greenhouse AccoMO-  ries Telephone (604)433-  4220. fULiil 1286.  Tha Ultimate Gardener's  Store. I.OOOaol Product..  Greenhouse., Hydroporac,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Sewclwn 60pad. pholofilled  1992 catalogue $4 refund-  aba. on order Wetwm Water  Farm., 1103-20120 64th  Ave .Langley,BC. V3A4P7.   HI.1TH   Speciolued Dietary Foods  Rreperad foods, supples I  recapes. Qutenlree.cfabaac.  yeael. egg. milk free, etc.  Spectla- Indrvtduolued produds according to client,  need. (604)864-0772, 664  9400. Ames Home Bad I  8reakl.ll. 30511 Sandpiper  Drive. Matsqui.B.C. V2T6N2  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory direct. -Cu..  torn Built- top dollar lor trades.  Many used urate available.  NoWeHome.l403H47-3414.   leULIlTATI  FAWIIC  FABRICS BY MAIL:  Swatches 6 timea/year. For  Free introductory swatches  send nemo and addresa to:  Foagiove Fabric Finders,  DaptG,l709-8IOW.Broad  way, Vancouver ______  I maWAMTIO  I North Vancouver laaand Logging Company need, eaperi-  eneed operators lor the following: ArT-ark-an 72IOgrep-  pa. yarder, American 7220  Una loader and 90' Madlll  Tower Apply by phoning  (604)956-3123.  -��a.  STEEL BUILDINGS FnoM  FUTURE ��� QUONSETS  25X40' $6,946.. SO'XSO'  $8,234 STRAIGHTWALL  QUONSETS 25'X40'$7,730,  30X50' $6,470. Endwalls.  Slang Ooors, asT| Fr,ight  to Vancouver included. Cal  1-800-661.6111  Five Loaders. 3 Grader..  Lowbed., 3 Eacavarors, Am.  butance. Mechanics Trucka,  SDoiara.Hlab.lOBadahoea.  Water Trucks. End end Belly  Dumps. Fuel Trucka. Fire  Trucks, Qensels. Call:  |604)493<791.  MTCHSNCAUaYra  CABINETS 112 PRICE. In  stock, counlerloparvonitieo  alio. KJtchenCrall Factory  outlet. Ceah and Carry Cabinet   Warehouses.   4271  Lougheed. Butnaby 296-  -*77;i968SpalRd.,  Iby 296-  -6631. 600 Cloverdale,  Victoria 389*1114.  ���OaiLIHOUEl  PARK OWNERS SPECIAL.  1*1972 . 1*1971 14X70-  manufactured home. 2 bad-  room., I bath. Large avlng  room.. $27,500 take. both.  Call Homes Canada  (403)266.2468.  ISTOPI  THE GRANDE ISLES RE*  SORT overlooking the marina on beautiful Sabine Lake  ia now almost 50% sold.  Strata residentutlyreunraiite.  priced (r. an Incredible  $l4.900lsludio)a*id$19.9O0  ll-B.R.) with 3 BR.  townhouses ot $34,500 (ran  lor $4507mo)  DO NOT MISS OUTI ��� cal  1600 661 6577  THE GRANDE ISLES   HESORTLTD.  _v__ui______tt___  B.C. Land. For Sale by  Owner. 100 Properties.  Oceenfronl, Lakalront.  Streams. Ranchland located  throurthoui B.C. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acta parcels. Term.  available. Free brochure.  Nino Land I Came Company  i__ii&-  IHtVICII  Major ICBC molor vehicle Ira  |ury claim.. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 yeora. Cal  tree: 1-600-665-I138. Con*  ungency feoa available.  Simon. Wener a Ader.  VACATIOHMOTe  BEST PRICES IN WHIS*  TLER. Baal condo I hotel  roome. Aa low a. S59/nlghL  Swimming pool, Jacuzzi a  Sauna. SEA TO SKY 1-600-  667-6529.  VXXfOOAMM  MORTAL KOMBAT. SNES  (75 GENESIS $70. Hun*  draoa of video game, for ALL  ayetemo. Cal or write lor free  Hating. Supervision Gomes,  Dept. 253. 1857 Wait 4th  Avenue, Vancouver B.C. V8J  IM4 (604)737 1061.  WANTED  Ce-h for gold Any quantity,  any lorm. Same day transaction. Phone (604)2863035  FAX 1604)286-1696.   Renovated 2 bdrm lower 1/2 ol  house. F/P, covered parking, nice  yard, quiet, near park in lower Gibsons. $495 + 1/2 util. Nov. 1. 886-  8526. MScn  Lower Gibsons, view house to  share, 4 bdrm, W/D. 886*7286.  ��43cn  Lower Gibsons, 3 Irg. bedrooms, j  fireplace, F/S, W/D, avail. Nov. 1, '  refs., $8Ct0/mo. 948*0384.  M2w  Gibsons. 3 bdrm immaculale view  townhouse (duplex), 4 appl., carpon, garden, close lo eveiylhing.  $850/mo. 885*5659.        I43cn  One bedroom apl, lower Gibsons.  Private deck and garden, overlooking marina, bright i sunny new  kilchen, bathroom, laundry. Quiet  secure building. $650. The West-  port 886*3420. M3cn  One bedroom apt, lower Gibsons.  New kitchen 4 bathroom, quiet and  secure building, laundry, dose to  all amenities. $590. The Weslport  896-3420. #430*.  Irvines Landing, ocean view, lurnished 1 bdrm cottage, avail. Oct.  1, $350/mo + utilities. 8838403 or  1*940-1559. MScn  1 bdrm lower Gibsons, good view.  Avail. Nov. 1. $525/mo. Grant  Realty, 8883330 or 886-7630.  M3cn  1 bdrm apt. walking distance to  Plaza t bus. $450/mo. 8889376.  MScn  2 bdrm townhouse, f/p, pnme location in Gibsons. Very clean. Close  to amenities. Avail, immed. 6 appl.  $800.8883216 or 733*7211.  MScn  2 bdrm house Gibsons. Avail,  immed. W/D. No pets. N/S.  $650/1110. Shared hydro. 8864287.  ���43CT1  1 bdrm. Madeira Park, N/P, available immed., $375.883-9112.  M2w  Modern beach house, Roberts  Creek, 2 bdrm., 3 baths, 5 appl.,  $950/mo., 1 yr. lease, refs req.  886-8206 eves. M2w  Large 1 bdrm. basement suite,  Davis Bay, $550 incl. utils. 688  6008. M2w  New 4 bdrm. home in Sechelt, 2  car garage, 2 1/2 balhs, 5 appl.,  F/P, unfinished basemenl, rets.  req. $iioo/mo. 886*9039.   M2w  3 bdrm. deluxe WF home right in  Sechelt Village. 1600 sq. ft., avail.  Nov. 1, $1200/mo. rets. req. 694*  6061. M2w  Secret Cove, 3 bdrm., 2 bath  detached townhouse, garage $  view from 3 sundecks, 15 mins.  from Sechell, N'S. all appis.. avail.  Nov. 1, $800/mo. * hydro. Call  Barb 883*9990. M2w  Central Gibsons, exec. 2 bdrm  townhouse. 5 appl, NTS, N/P, $825.  886*2630. M2cn  2 bdrm suite, panoramic view, walk  to Langdale ferry, N/S, NIP. 2 bdrm  side by side duplex, close to  school and shops, $475/mo. Avail.  Oct. 1.432-9879 after 6 pm.M2cn  West Sechelt. dean bright i Jdrm  suite near bus. store, laundry, F/S,  hot water, heat incl. N/S, N/P. Rels  req. Avail, immed. $500/mo. Suit  single working person. 885-9810.  M2cn  Sandy Hook, brand new walerlronl  home, sandy beach. 3 bdrm., 2  baths, appis.. lease, $900/mo. +  utils. 1-2683419. M2w  Irvines Landing, ocean view, fur*  nished 1 bdrm cottage, avail. Oct.  1, $350/mo ��� utilities. 883-9403 or  1*940*1559. M2cn  Roberts Creek low bank Waterlront  property, two bedrooms, $1,100  per month.  Two bedrooms, plus guest suite < a  home in a private setting ��� on  Ocean Beach Esplanade/Bon*  niebrook. $1250.  APARTMENTS  One bedroom plus den, central  localion, $600 per month plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hoi water,  $625.  One bedroom apartment, central ���  rent includes heal and hot water,  $525.  Two bedroom apadmenl. central,  rent includes heat and hot water.  (Nov. 1), $550.  One bedroom central, view, (Nov.  1) $525 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. ft. warehouse and office  space. Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  ttn  2 bdrm. downstairs, duplex suite, 4  appis., N/S, N/P, quiel types only,  $575.8887175. M2w  Nice large walerlronl apl. at Secret  Cove. Year round, $550/mo. Call  Hayden 885*9368, Iv. mess,   tin  Available Nov. 1 Sandy Hook ��� 2  bdrm. house with basement, carport and view. Prefer non-smoker  with references. 885-3433. M2w  -TJP*  \EXTRA!EXTRA!  Drop oM your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  ThiCoail��lwi  COZY HOME. Large room,  $410/mo inducing utilities. Mature  N/S adutts. 8883779.      MScn  Spacious 1 bdrm wilh skylight,  $500.8887018. tin  Gibsons. 2 bdrm apt. with patio t  skylight. Utilities not incl. $550/mth.  886*7018. tfn  Immaculate 2 bdrm. condo with  view, garage $ basement.  $675/month. Avail, immed.  NRS SECHELT REALTY  8854093  ttn  Fully lurnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  Irom Gibsons Yacht Club $ Marina. 8883343. tfn.  2 bdrm, main floor, 3 appl., shared  W/D and hydro, carport, F/P, avail.  Nov. 1,$750/mo. Len 885-7016.  MScn  1000 Palms, Calilomia, 2 balhs, 2  bdrm., dblwide mobile home, complelely fum., all utils. incl., golf, 2  pools, hot tub, tennis, $ 1000  US/mo. (388-3109. M2w  Gibsons Pharmasave is looking lor  P/T cashiers. Mail resume lo  RRI2, S*3, C-26. Gibsons. BC  VON 1V0 I42w  Conveyancing Secretary, part-lime  leading to lull-time for busy Gibsons olfice. Legal/notary experience an asset. Resume s rels to  P.O. Box 1820. Gibsons VON 1V0.  I43cn  Committed, energetic individual  req. F/M, young or old, lor P/T  childcare. $2*300/mo. 8883912.  ���43w  Staff physiotherapist required on a  casual basis possibly leading lo  pan-lime work. Apply to St. Mary's  Hospital c/o Frank Marino, Director  of Human Resources, Box 7777,  Sechell, BC VON 3A0.      I43cn  STYLIST WANTED lor busy well  established hair salon. Call Denise  886*3916. tin  Irvines Landing marina S pub.  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 883*1145. tin  Part time approx. 10*15 hours  weekly, $7.00 per hour to slan.  Roberts Creek, Jeff or Janice. 886*  7799. I42w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The Parent-Tot Drop-in needs volunteers to help at their morning  sessions in Sechelt 8 Gibsons.  Fun guaranteed.' Musicians needed tor a seniors care facility in Gibsons to provide Octoberfest entertainment." Mental Heallh Advisory  Committee needs a treasurer to  join their monthly meetings' Maritime History Society needs volunteers to help restore a BC Ferries  lifeboat ' Volunteer drivers are  needed in Ihe Sechell area lo  transport people to medical  appointments in Vancouver and  locally. All expenses paid.' The  SPCA still needs more volunteers  lo assist al Iheir new facility with  animal care, dog walking, cleaning  and front desk work.' For these  and other opportunities call The  Volunteer and Information Centre  885*5881. M2w  CONFIDENTIAL for prolessional  resumes < lower Gibsons 686*4740  laser printer * WP/DTP.     I42w  12 Siep Counsellor/Program Dree*  tor for Teen Drug and Alcohol Out  Patient Recovery Program. At least  2 yrs. working knowledge in a 12  Step Program. Must relate to teen  in a peer level. $18,000 to $20,000  ��� please send resume to Sunshine  Coast Breakaway, Box 393, Gibsons, BC. VON 1V0. I42w  Employment Temp. Agency available soon on the Coasl is now  accepting resumes lor a wide  range ol clerical relief positions. II  you have office experience please  send resume with cover letter  detailing available hours and  expected salary to P.O. Box 680,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO.    M2w  Roberls Creek Legion requires  door person for most Fri. & Sat.  evenings. Call Dave al 886-9984  after 6pm. tfn  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  exl. A74. ttn  Glbtont Landing  Protemlonal Blda.  ~mmlk%(��eone,B.a  Furn. otlice and conference  room with oceanview lor rent  on a dally basis. One  unlurnllhad ollice available  Nov. 4. Located near marina  and pott offloe Ful secretarial  and admm. oarvicao available.  Fork*, cel Bn*Ut-33X  or Lenta* $41-3031 (nee).  Mature, responsible person  required immed. lor F/T nights.  Apply in person with resume to  Subway, Sunnycrest Mall, 10am*  3pm. No phone calls please.i43w  Physiotherapy receptionist, P/T,  casual. Time and location may  vary. 885-5539. tfn  Need some help'' Handy all-round  woman. Thp planning, phone calls,  driving, paying your bills, special  events, laundry, tutoring, wallpapering, clean boats, cars, RVs,  light gardening 886*7039  I43cn  DUTCH CLEAN  Home cleaning services 1/3 OFF  You pay only $10/hr. Firsl visit  only. 8868750. MSw  WHITEHOUSE  CONST. _ DRYWALL  Custom built homes. Quality  doesn't cost, il pays. Call Len 888  4504. I43cn  Mary Popping'  Chimneysweep  ���fTodd poitt'Sr Wk  \    886-3694    ~'  Special  $30 per Chim Chimney  Plastic flamingoes lor rent. Novelty  S custom pnnted balloons. Flamingo Fun. 886-4743. M3w  PAINTING  Call Jack lor your painting needs.  Reasonable rales, special rales lor  seniors. 886-0070. M2w  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaranleed work. Call  Richard. 886*0962. I42cn  HOUSECLEANING  2 mature and reliable house cleaners. Janice 886-8302 and Helen  886*8676. M2w  METZaUTUANCE  REPAIR  . Same day service  * Spa-cuali.inu in rebuilt  appliances  ��� Sales ti Service  Harvey  All workjEuannteed  4K7 Pratt Rd. Gibsons 886-9950  (ro-nuUy Jr -tin llarrtwn Rqwli)  Carpentry, New Homes, Renovations, Additions, by hour or contract. 886*3107. I42w  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look al all jobs Lug or small. For  prompl, quality woik al an affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht  885*3372 or 885*7169, tin  DOWN TO  EARTH  Gardening Services  Its tknc to put your  garden to bed.  Let us help you.  KATHRYN MUSSEUS  885-3458  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sdariums, No job too small. Bill al  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. tfn  Workshop/Warehouse lor rent.  HJMayjO. nn  OFFICE FOR RENT  Office lor rent at Rockwood Centra  lor non-profit group wanting private, quiet space in a friendly, cooperative ambiance. $200 indudes  heat, light and parking. Phone 685-  2S22. lln  30x20x1 OH, heated storage/workshop, central Sechelt, reasonable.  885*4804. M2cn  Warehouse space lor lease. 1500-  3000 sq. ft. Hwy 101. Gibsons. All  facilities avail, incl. large loading  dock. 885-4193. tfn  Small office, upper Gibsons. 888  5539. tfn  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 686-  7815. ttn  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Patk, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 686*2663 days. 886*9075  eves. tfn  35. Business nnd  Home Services  Drywall and taping. Quality workmanship, fair prices. For fasl, Iree  estimates, call Don 685*3557.  Refs. avail. M4cn  COMPUTER  FRIENDLY  From Bookkeeping  to Custom Programming  e Sat-up e Training  o Consulting  Nancy  Exceient References  e Great Rates  885*8848  ^VERSATILE  ^^TOACTORCo  * Excavator  * Bobcat with  Landscape Rake  ���k Motorized screen  (or topsoil  * Tractor with Rototiller  & Double Bottom Plow  REASONABLE RATES  John Harrison  886-4859  HAMMER ON  CONSTRUCTION SERVICES  Let us help you with your projed  Irom beginning to end. 6880593.  M4w  MOUNTAIN  CITY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMBRCUL.  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  RR ... -1. in. r:an GIBSONS VON IVO  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaner available, reasonable rales and good  references. 886-4660.      M4w  All types ol construction, renovations, quality workmanship, fair  prices. For fast. Iree estimates, call  Don 685-3557. Rels. avail M4cn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 865*2109.  tin  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  AnyJok  gfgj-ju 886-4788  Handyman ��� yardwork, ht hauling, or what have you. Jote big or  small, give us a call. Wayne 888  2999. M2w  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installing, finishing and re*fmishing.  Free estimates. Call 8868167 or  835-2253. M2w  Locks and home security, free consultation and estimates, call Surfer* Homes Security 885*3557.  I44cn  Mature, responsible lady for house  cleaning or babysitting. Refs.  avail., please call Joan at 886*  9679 anytime. M3w  BOBCAT  Quality work1 Done right! And on  time! Backfilling, excavating, leveling, landscaping, gravel dnveways.  cement preparation, ground compacting, dean-up and light hauling,  snow removal. Best rales, Iree  estimates. Gary's Bobcat Service  886-2203. ��43cn  La\NDSCa\PE  CONSULT.-VNTS  Design  Supervision  Management  886-3915  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free eslimales. References  available. 886*3463. tfns Coast News, October 18, 1993  19  Gibsons rezoning application  passes first reading of council  by Un Cobb  Gibsons council unanimously  passed a first reading of a rezoning application to change two  lots on Seaview Road, zoned R-  3 to RM-2.  As R-3 the lots are zoned for  single family and two family  residential and if they're  rezoned RM-2 the lots will be  designated for multi-family residential zone two.  As well, the town will redesignate the property as Urban for  the Official Community Plan.  The reason for the rezoning  request is to accomodate plans  by a developer 10 build six  apartment units in a two and  one-half story, 7,374 square foot  building on the corner of Seaview Road and Jack's Lane.  Municipal planner Susan  Stratis said, "The land use fits  with a low density, multi-family  designation."  However, she noted in her  report to council a concern  about traffic and parking  because the development would  be accessed by Jack's Lane,  "which is a narrow lane currently serving a group of commercial properties, as well as providing access to the residential  lane between Seaview and  Shorncliffe  executive  charged  with theft  Shornecliffe administrator  Howard George Webster pled  innocent to charges of theft over  $1,000 in Sechelt provincial court  Oct. 4.  The court appearance was  Webster's third since charges  were swom April 30.  The money stolen from  Shornecliffe is said to be the  property of the Sechelt Intermediate Care Society and, according  to RCMP information, it is  believed to have been taken over  a period of time from April I,  1992 and April 30, '93.  Webster's trial was adjourned  until March 17, 1994. Sechelt  RCMP detachment NCO Sgt.  Cam Reid said Friday that no  other information concerning this  case is available at this time  because the trial is ongoing.  Marine Drive."  Stratis said the development  plans to provide 24 parking  spaces in an underground parking lot and four-space outdoor  lot. Nine of the parking spaces  are "directly related" to the new  apartments and "the remainder  are to serve other multi-family  projects on Marine Drive."  The impact will be  that of a couple of  single family bouses'  -Hugh McNab  Another concern is the narrow residential lane between  Jack's Lane and Beach Avenue  being used by people parking in  the underground lot.  "It's a fairly narrow lane (33  feet wide)," she said, adding, "If  traffic from this project goes  down this lane it could have an  impact on a fairly established  single family residential neighborhood."  Area resident Hugh McNab  addressed council and informed  them the project plans "look  very nice at first glance," but he  and other residents are worried  about extra traffic on the back  lane which people enjoy  strolling along and children play  on.  He offered a solution to  council, with the developer  blocking off the lane at the point  where the apartments start.  "This is something for you to  consider as this proposal goes  through the public process," he  said.  McNab said he would also  like to see a sidewalk installed  along Jack's Lane.  Project architect Leith  Anderson informed council the  apartments would be two houses  that are "mirror images of each  other. The impact will be that of  a couple of single family houses."  He also agreed that "we have  to prevent traffic from flowing  down the lane."  In addition, the six apartments would be "sold on the  market" and wouldn't be rental  units.  The next steps in the rezoning process is a public hearing  for the rezoning and OCP  amendment bylaws and for the  applicants to prepare a traffic  impact analysis.  Jeannie's****---^.9  is pleased to offer a  ICIAL ESTATE  COLLECTION  FROM NEW YORK  ONE DAY ONLY:  Saturday, October 23  Shown exclusively for the first time  in Gibsons at Jeannie's Gifts if Gems  UP TO 50% OFF  14 kt, 18 kt and platinum rings, earrings & bracelets  THIS IS A UNIQUE AND .STRIKING  COLLECTION THAT MUST BE SEEN  TO BE APPRECIATED!   Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons ��� 886-2023   Clean up / dump service, window  washing, grounds maintenance,  etc. Man / man available. Casual  or rigulr las* R* 885*3822.  Mtol  ���pun  II   \\ CALL 885-4719  ANDARDEVCORP.  Gardening a odd jobs, preferraUy  along bus route, reasonable rates.  865*7233 Andrew. M2w  Landscaping labour, clean-up, window washing, etc. Few hours or  taw days. Call Ml 686*0051 .M3cn  Man, 40, small truck looking lor  odd jobs. 686*114. 144*  Female seeking F/T employment  ASAP. 865-6250. W��  Honest reliable women lor house*  CJeemng. 665*3602. ��44w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  lobs, quick IflenfJy service. 685*  9664,326*1811 cell. M7w  BOBCAT  Quality work! Done right1 And on  Intel Backfilling, excavating, level*  hg, Isndusping, gravel driveways,  cement preparation, ground com*  pacting, clean-up and light hauling,  snow removal. Besl rates, tree  estimates. Gary's Bobcat Service  866-2203. M3ot  Marine mechanic, also waxing,  restoration, bottom painting,  jUVht-Jsny 663-2555.     M2w  Light hauling, yard 6 basement  cleanups, seniors discount. Norm  666*9503. *__  Avail, lor small drywall, taping 1  -prey lobs. Experisncsd. Cal Alan  665-7060. ���**��  COOLRUNMNOS  One ion truck available lor hauling,  rubbiih removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotoHIng, odd jobs.  PLAYMATE DAYCARE  Spaces avail, in i licenced tamily  daycare ind. one space open lor a  0-2-yr. old. Full dally schedule,  lunches ind snacks provided.  Rels. avail. Yvonne 686*4643.  F/T daycare lor 21/2 yr. old, musl  be N/S environment. Occasional  alter school care lor 9 yr. old. Hallmoon Bay area, rels, our home or  yours. Also reliable teen lor occasional evenings. 685-3969 eves.  M2w  Babysitter needed lor 2 boys, sges  5 6 6, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  666*9092. M2w  Teddy Bssr Daycare in Davis Bay  has spaces lor 3*5 yr. olds and  atttH school age children. Call 8BS-  2721. MScn  Lengdale mother available tor  childcare and or alter school. 866*  3110,��42w  885*3917.  this  BabytMer needed 2 half days par  weeklor2c��ldr��n,irjesemos.6  3 yean, In our home. Rels. req.  8664621. 14301  Child care avail, in my bright,  happy home lor all ages, shiltwork,  drop-ins, F/P time. Reasonable  tatei, meals ind snacks, incl.,  rets. 6664527. MM  Chidcere required in LangcUer lor  3 ta-rad-iged children, weekdays.  Your house or ours. 886-4610.  M3w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos -school age.  Fun-Hied caring environment, with  trained stall. 666-3913.     Mg  Spaces still ml. for Nine-Three-  Seven Alter School Child Care il  St. Bait's church hell, North Hd.J  Hwy. 101,34:30pm 666*2064 or  886*7116 *  Mother ol 2 in W. Secheh would  like to tike In 12 1/2 yr. old I  older. Rels. anil.665-2323.M3w  MUST SELL  E^-aHl-^   4 ^"ES Lfc  BEST OFFER  ^-i^^B^Etv *  ALL CEDAR HOUSE  .      m.                   <->                                 IKS  5818 DEERHORN, SANDY HOOK  1             ilrni  l\/k      1                                      \W_k  New house, 2,500 sq. ft., with view  3 levels, 3 bedrooms,  B|^^^:  wood stove & fireplace.  F?~   ^���  Open house - phone 885-0331  Moving ��� priced lor quick ssle ���  established retail business,  $12,000 obo plus all stock. 886-  3254,10*5, M2w  The easiest, most profitable home  based, guaranteed income opportunity, not Amway. Send SASE to  2822 Westside Place, Matsqu, BC  V2T4W3. M2cn  Small affordable franchise. House  silting and pet care service, pre*  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 665*2226.  RETIREIN2T06YEARS  How? Earn while you leim. $20 up  to $16,536/per month. For Iree  details send sell-addressed  stamped envelope to S-7 C-98  RRI2, Gibsons, BC VON WO.  642BI  Found  Lohn i Redroolls iree, lound a  cat. 8654286 M2w  For Sile  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  AHUSOVARNA  FOREST t GARDEN  PROOUCTS  Forest & Gaiden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  CelDoittnat  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS MOAtar-HES ONLV  2 metal H.D. drums; misc. lumber;  3 cords bone-dry elder md maple.  1866 Esplanade, Qibsons. 886-  2778. M2w  1978 Vdvo, exc. running cond.,  needs brakes only. 896*6722.  M2W  1980 T-Bird, runs well, $450 obo.  000*7826. M4W  For ntnl  ^^^ P**S    CUP & SAV  m bc Faroes Schcdule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  U-.veUngo4.le  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M  6:20 M  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Uav*Hor***ho*B*y  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      6:30 pm  11:30        7.25M  1:16 pm    9:16  UavaEaiteCove  6:40 am      ��:-��pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 1:30  12:25 pmM   10-20 M  Utve Satety Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 6:30 H  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  -aa,.*.   Cm mmm_. m_-t _.__-.    ��!_.. ��****��  days. Fut details send S.A.S.E. to  Best Price, PO Box 680, Gibsons,  BC, VON IVO. M2w  2 bdrm., good iree, F/P, carport,  SS50.886*7400. M4w  Notice Board Jit  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Ilems will be listed three weeks prior lo die event.  MONDAY, OCTOBER 1a  Cenadlan Cancer Society, Sunehlne  Coast Unit regular monthly meeting,  SCRD otlice, Royal Terrace, Secheh.  Public welcome. Into: 686-8765.  S.C. Home-Bated Buelneee Aeen  meeiing, 7:30*9:30 pm, Rockwood Lodge  baaement. New Direction.. Are you a  home-baaed buainaaa or thinking ot  starting one? How can our growing aeen.  aerva you? Info: Richard, 885-6215.  S.C. Peaee Qroup mealing, 7:30 pm,  Roberta Creak Elementary School.  Refreshments. Everyone welcome.  Qibeone Lending Marehanta Aeen,  7:30 pm, Quay Works Gallery. Non-  member Landing merchants welcome.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11  S.C Buelneee A Preteealonal Women  potluck dinner, 6 pm, new Santera' Hall.  Club membera Invited lo bring Inlormation  about Iheir businesses. Membera of Ihe  public invited to view displaya & join  dinner meeting. Info: Siena, 885-5773.  ArthrMe Belt-Help Qroup meeting, 10  am-noor Heritage Apts, 824 Klwenla  Way, r sons. Practice motion to  slimulale.. ie bod/a energies.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M  Arthritis Belt-Management 8-week  courae beglna. Klwanle Heritage Apte,  624 Klwani Way, Qlbaona. 10 am-noon.  Coat $15 (incl. course book). Info &  regietratlon: 886-9461 or 886*8124.  Welcome Beech Community Aeen Hell  homemade soup S sandwich luncheon.  Enjoy great food 6 pleasant company for  luel $3. Need tranaportatton? Call Ken,  885-7278 or Al, 885-3305.  Catholic Women'e Leegue monthly  meeting, 7:30 pm, Periah Hell. Fr.  Boisclair will have a mass at 7 pm.  Pander Harbour Muaic Society  preaenta VSO'a Tee A Trumpeta  alternoon concert, Vienna, e Walk  Through the City ol My Dreems, 2 pm,  Orpheum Theatre. Bus leaves Madeira  Park at 9 am, retuma on the 5:30 terry.  Price $30 lor bua, ferry S admiaaion.  Contad Nancy, 883-2307 to book a aaat.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21  Amneaty International regular meeting,  7:30 pm, 5757 Mermaid, Sechell. Short  video, Colors of Hone, will be shown. All  welcome. Info: 885-3221,885*6000.  Qibeone Garden Club meeting, 7:30  pm, St. Bart's Church. Quests welcome.  Speaker C. Pizzey on Winterizing Your  Garden  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22  S.C. Home Support Society presents  Taking Cere ol ���Me' a ���Omars- Through  Chang: S Transition, workshop, 9:30  am-1:30 pm. United Church Hall, Davla  Bay, preeented by Mery Blake,  psychologist with VGH Qarletric  Psychiatric Outreach Program. Learn  sell-care techniques to better cere for  yourself through work A personal  changes & transitions. $20 fee.  Register/into: 885*5144.  day at Muek Studio preaenta a sludent  recital, 7 pm, Arts Centre Music Studio.  Admission by donetlon lo Arts Centre  Building Fund.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23  St Mary'a Hospital Auxiliary. Gibaona  branch 6th Annual Fall Baiaar, 11 am-2  pm, United Church Hall, Glassford Rd.,  Qfeeone.  BUNDAY, OCTOBER 24  SC Arte Council Countryside Concerts  preaenta St. Lawrence String Quortet,  2:30 pm, Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechell.  Programme of Heydn, Beethoven A  Schumann. Tlcketa 4 Info: 866-2324 or  885*4402 or tho theatre (885*4597) lhe  dey ol the performance.  MONDAY, OCTOBER M  Canadlen Federation ol Unlverelty  Women meeting, 11:30 am, St. John'a,  Davie Bey. Dr. Kirstie Overhill. MD, Chief  of Staff, St. Mary's Hospital, will discuss  Ihe role doctors ere playing within tha  preaent administration and lha effect it  will heve on the people. Proapectlve  membera welcome. Light lunch served.  Info: 885-3315.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26  Cereglvera Aeen of BC meeting tor  those coring lor someone frail, elderly,  with a chronic Illness or disability. A  report to the Ministry of Health will be  compiled based on the Info gothered at  thia meeting. 1:30*4 pm, Seniors Hell,  Trail Ave., Sechalt. Info: Ann Gibb, 886-  9651.  Pender Herbour Muaic Society  preaenta Pumpkin Taa S Lecture by  Dennle Tupmen (musician, musicologist,  teecher, philosopher, adjudicator, '03  S.C. Music Festival, organizer, 3rd World  Choral Symposium In Vancouver). Topic:  Ma, Soul t Communily Building. 7:30  pm, P.H. Music School. Admission by  donation.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27  B.C. Buelneee 6 Profeealonal Women  informal luncheon, Pronto's Restaurant,  Sechell. Colt: $6.75. Non-members  welcome. Speaker: Dene Nlcholby,  coordinator, S.C. Home Support Society.  Tickets al Tzoonle Houaa, 5644 Cowrie  St. or call Maxlns, 885*6330.  Information Meeting on VW. A Estates  Planning lor Parents ol Children and  Adults wilh Disabilities. 7-6:30 pm,  Greenecourt. Cost: $10/peraon. Speaker  Mr. Jack Collins. Participants must pre*  regieter. Cell Sue Girard, 685*7455.  Dietrict et Sechett All-Cendldelee  Meeting: 7 pm, Rockwood Centre.  Moderator: Gordon Wilson, MLA. Come  meet A eak questions of all candidates.  Event held In conjunction with Weat  Sechett Community Aasn fall meeting.  FRIDAY A SATURDAY, OCT. 26 A SO  Home-Boeed Bualneee Workehop:  Start your home-based business. 6:30*9  pm Fri. A 9 em-3 pm Set., S.C.  Community Services, 5638 Inlet Ave.,  Sechell. $35 fee. Pre-regiatratlon  required et your locel Chamber of  Commerce or the S.C. Buainaaa  Development Centre, 205*5710 Teredo  St., Sechalt or call 865-1959.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER M  houra of opening or to book e tour 666-  8232.  Perent-Tot Drop-In: lor paronte wkh children up to 5. 9:30-11:30 am al Ihe following locations: Qlbaona United Church Hal  (Mon., Tuaa., Wad., Fri.); Seohelt St.  Hilda's Church HaH (Tuee.); Wlleon Creek  Community Hell (Thura.). Into:  Community Servicee, 885-5861.  Sexually Transmitted Dteeeee Citato:  Phone for appointment In Qlbaona 888-  5600, SechS 885-5164.  A Pregnant? Call the Heelh Un��  -5600.  Hospital Tour phone St. Mary'a Hoeptal  switchboard, 885-2224.  MONDAY*  Elphlnatone New Horizon Qroup,  Roberta Creek. For thoee 50 A over Inter-  ested in playing bridge, bingo, cribbage  end/Or carpet bowling. Community Uaa  Room, Roberta Creek Elementary, 1:30-  3:30 pm. New members welcome. Into:  -7203or   Single  ���896-5  685-7203 or 885-5375.  43  t.C. Breaatfeedlng Support Qroup  meets flrat Monday of eoch month. Come  wkh concerns, queetlone or juet to meet  new moms. Info: Leurle, 666-7000 or  Rownne, 666-3230. 46  TUESDAY*  "Living With  Support Qroup  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davla Bay, 1 pm. Into 668-6661  , 8 pm, Raven's Cry Theatre.  For tickets call 885-4673 S leave name or  pick up et Wlleon Creek Gallery.  MISCELLANEOUS  Male Sexuel Abuse Survtvora who are  interested In starting a healing/sharing  group on tha Coaat, pleeee contact  therapist Bill Herxiry Cote at 685*0282.  Group will ba developed to fit needa of  participants.  Attention 8.C. Artieana: book your  space now for 3rd Annual Artisans Craft  fair, Sunnycrest Mall, Fri. A Sat., Nov. 19  S 20. Info: Nancy, 886*8323.  Roberta Creek Xmee Croft Feb* - Nov.  27-28. Book your table now. Call Randi,  686-9324. 43  Planning to reed Shakespeare playe,  occaalonal evenings. II interested, call  Laara. 885-4221. 43  Weleome Beech Community  Aeaocletlen - shuffleboard bagina mid-  October. New shufflers welcome. No  experience necessary. Info: Pet, 885*  9852 or Barbara, 885-9660. 43  Centennlel 8lngera, a 14-member choir,  ia seeking sopranos, altos A tanora.  Ability to raad music preferred, or  willingness lo work on parte. We have fun  with music! Info: Chrislabelle, 685-9553.  43  Bridge tor Heart Tournament - Gather  your own foursome and raise money for  Ihe BC A Yukon Heart Foundation. Tas  deductible. Info: 886-7340. 43  Qlbaona Outreach Teen Cenlre -due to  a lack of volunteers, the centre la closed  until further notice. Anyone wishing to  volunteer end be e pert of our restructuring A reorganization ploaae call  Gordon. 886*7224. 48  S.C. Arte Council annual Chriatmea  Craft Fair, Sat., Dec. 4, Seniore Centre.  Pleeee regieter your name, addraee A  phone number al the Arte Centre (885-  5412) il you wish to patticipote. 43  Elphlnatone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Poat Office,  Qibeone. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  Table Tennle, 7-10 pm, Elphlnetone  School gym. 4 tables, lota of rem, loads  ol fun. beginners, visitors A aerators welcome. Into: Jim, 886-2775. 43  Qibeone Outreech Teen Centre gym  night, Gibsons Elementary gym, 7:30-9  pm. through Dec. 7. Drop-in lee $1.  WEDNESDAY*  8.C. Toaetmaetere Club preeente  Speechcratt, 8 week workehop for the  Gubllc, 7:30 pm, Frank Woet Community  ee Room, Firehall, Cheeter Rd.,  Gbaona.Learn impromptu speaking, vari-  oua atylaa ot epeeklng A now to llaten  end evaluate others' communication. Into:  Donna, 865*3742 or Mery, 866-2745  (evee). 43  Nevy Leegue Cadets, 6:30 pm, Qfeeone  Legion Hall. Boya & girls aged 10-13  develop self-respect A discipline while  heving tun learning nauticel skills  Uniforms provided. Rune Sept.-May.  Annual fee: $25. Info: Mike, 686*6236 or  Lera, 686-2569. 48  THURSDAY*  SC'a Weight Loee Support Qroup  meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-  2692, and evenings 6:30*6:00pm, cell  886*7159,  at tha  United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons,  Birth Control Clinic, Coaat-Qaribeldi  Heelth Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Into: 685-7770.  t.C. Legion Snooker Leegue seeking  regular league or spere playera for 7 pm  pley. At Roberta Creek, Sechelt A  Gibsons Legiona. Playera muet be Legion  . membera. Into: Len, 685-7016. 43  Hatha Yoga: a heakhlul approach. 10:30  am* 12:30 pm, SI. Bartholomow'a Church,  corner of North Rd. A Hwy. 101.  Registration: 886*9760. 43  FRIDAY*  United Church Thrift Shop. 1-3 pm,  basemenl at reer. Uae lane of Truemen  Rd. 43  Suneeeat Stroke Club: 10 am-noon,  Greenecourt Hall. All atrokare or interacted persons welcome. Into: 883*2650. 46  SATURDAY*  Cei-en Range old-growth foroet tours wil  continue throughout October, weether  permitting Meat to corporal 11 em et the  Hallmoon Bay Wildlife Reheb Centre.  Bring a lunch. Info: 885*2396 or 883-  2807!  SUNDAY*  Sunahlne Coaet Philatelic Society  RPSC Chapter 203 meeta tat and 3rd  Sunday of every month at tha Sechelt  Public library at 7:30 pm. Vialtora welcome. Info: 685-2956. 43  A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622  ar 885-39301 20  Coast News, October 18, 1993  Warmth. Where you want it.  J l hetheryou are heating your entire  home or just the tile in front of your bathtub  NUHEAT is the innovative thin heating system  for your home or office It installs easily under  carpet, ceramic tile or natural stone  SaHtM  i tot Kitchens Hu'-As  ���'*���  Circumstance has sent Binkert  traversing trails the world over  from page I  Later. Harman admitted, "I  wouldn't mind doing a sculpture  of him."  Binkert started climbing in  the upper valley of the Danube  river in Germany "where it's  only 10 metres wide" in the late  '20s and early '30s and also  spent lime climbing in the Geneva, Switzerland area and into  France on Mont Blanc.  Binkert left Germany in 1934  because of political reasons, he  said.  At the time Adolph Hitler  and the Nazi party were whipping Germans into a nationalistic frenzy and the non-nazi  Binkert was being watched by  the German police.  "The police called me every  week to check up on my activities," he smiled, adding, "I wenl  when 1 was still free to go."  With the love of high country  instilled in his soul, Binkert  shipped off across the sea to the  Andes and lived in Bogata,  Columbia for 13 years.  While in South America, he  hiked up numerous mountains in  Columbia, Ecuador and Mexico.  "The mountains there are  only 3,400 metres," he said.  Binkert moved to the U.S. for  three years and in 1950 he settled in Vancouver.  "It's the best thing I ever  did," he said of moving to Canada.  The B.C. Mountaineering  Club is also appreciative of him  arriving as they have made him  the honorary president.  Preparing to pour molten bronze Into castings.  "It's sort of like the senate,"  he grinned, "when you can't do  anything else they make you  Joel Johnstone photo  honorary president."  Binkert then held his cane up  and laughed.  LAST WEEK - COME IN NOW! EE  mjDjQRmm^  A  w>m  iMANffltGTON.  VEGA II  Quality flooring at an economical price. Vega II is backed by a 5  year warranty against manufacturing delects. Vega II comes in  the most popular colours and designs, covered by a 10 mil thick  high-gloss finish to give years ol enjoyment!  SAVE $2?��  DLII-ONT CERTIFIfD  MflffiMlS  Coi6net  CEDARVALE  carph  Coronet's Cedarvale is a Du Pont Certified Stainmaster* carpet  made Irom the finest quality nylon,., only from Du Pont. This classic  looking texture has a lifetime warranty against static shock. Make a  fashion statement in your home with this style.  $1099  12  UJuFUOOR  CONNECTION  That's rijihr! Super savings on  carpet, vinyl and hardwood  flooring. No matter what your  choice, yon will find what yon  want at your Floor Connection  dealer. Now's the time to acquire  the very best flooring and enjoy  Super Savings, too. Come in  today and see for yourself.  Sale ends October 23, 1993.  -^*^~ REGAL CREST  Regal Crest combines styling and performance in a carved texture  carpel. Made of 100% Du Pont BCF nylon means it is-stain resistant.  Unmatched in its beauty. Regal Crest is available in 20 attractive  colours to provide you with the perfect ma.ch for any decor.  $19  99  DTUC6' ttdata-MlkCn  LAUREL STRIP  Make any room your lavourite room with Laurel Strip Irom Bruce  Hardwood Floors. This best selling Solid Oak Floor is made in a  slightly eased edge with square ends creating a bold linear profile.  No waxing ever with the Dura-Luster�� (Urethane) Finish.  $5  50  'Certified mark ol El tlu Pom de Nemours and Company  SALE ENDS OCTOBER 23, 1993  jgg: 709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  886-7112  ur new directors  named to SPCA board  by Darah Hansen  Four new directors of the  local chapter of the SPCA have  been named to the board following the recent resignation of six  of the volunteer  members.    Bernard McGrath  now replaces Lenore Me shelter's Cat  Cheesman as society  president.    Other  population bas  appointments  include Lynn Haka  as first vice president; Don Keiran as  treasurer; and Leslie  Schaff as director -  and volunteer coordinator.  The four come to the board  after on-going volatile relations  between two factions of directors forced the resignation of the  six board members.  Speaking last week of his  aims in his new position,  McGrath said he doesn't relish  "sorting this thing out" but  recoveredfrom  their recent  viral illness  hopes lo "calm the troubled  waters" which have dogged the  society for months,  McGrath said to further that  goal he will meet with members  of the provincial       SPCA to discuss  several ideas. He  declined to comment further on  what specifically  those ideas are  about.  He did say a policy on euthanasia, a  issue of controversy  _____    at the centre, is  forthcoming. The  new board meets for the first  time this week.  Meanwhile, McGrath said the  shelter will function as usual  with Clint Davy remaining as  shelter manager.  McGrath added which resulted in the deaths of five kittens  and are now available for adoption.  THE CHOICE IS CLEAR:  Create  Jobs  Reduce  th*  Deficit  Maintain  Social  Programs  Keep  Canada  Together  Ensure A  Tolerant  Society  BLOC  QUfBECOIS  7  7  7  No  7  REFORM  PARTY  ?  Yes  No  No  No  CONSERVATIVE  No  Yes  No  ?  7  NATIONAL  PARTY  YES  YES  YES  YES  YES  LIBERAL  ?  No  Yes  ?  Yes  NDP  ?  No  Yes  7  Yes  Vote National for a Change  National^  National Party ol Canada / Parti National du Canada  For more information,  please contact 451-4111.  AUTHORIZED BV VICTOR LEGINSKY  CHIEF AGENT FC* THE NATIONAL PARTY OF CANADA

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