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Array eIN/l     LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  91  8 nunity negativity  Section Mayor throws in the towel  by Jaa Michael  MAYOR TOM MEREDI  In a move which surprised  some and delighted others,  Sechelt's sometimes controvw-  sial mayor, Tom Meredith, called it quits by announcing last  Wednesday night that he will  not run for a second term come  November.  At an otherwise routine council meeting, Meredith, angry  and still emotionally involved  with the referendum results of  September 29, announced his  decision not to run, making it  abundantly clear that the Hock  7 results played a decisive part  in his decision.  In an exclusive interview with  the Comt News the day before  his announcement (see page 13),  Meredith revealed that he was  still "wrestling" with "conflicting feelings" and had not yet  made up his mind. But given  several comments made by the  mayor in the course of the  lengthy and wide-ranging interview, the impression taken by  the Coast News was that  Meredith ultimately would  choose not to .run.  "It's obvious that (the)  citizens in this municipality have  no regard for their civic  employees," Meredith observed  during a short, followup interview held in his office the day  after his announcement at the  council meeting.  "And the same goes for the  (current municipal) building!  These facilities are totally inadequate. By any conservative  estimate, we should have 6000  square feet of (gross) space, and  we've got 1800.  The mayor's remarks, while  cutting and forthright, apepeared  not to carry the same bitterness  and anger evinced during the  days immediately following the  Block 7 referendum. "1 am  pretty well at peace with  myself," Meredith smiled, "But  I am still frustrated and concerned by the vote and what I  feel it represents overall.  "The municipal staff are not  slaves, they're employees!  There's a marketplace for civic  employees out there. How the  hell can we (Sechelt) be in it?"  The mayor went on to say  that he had spent two years  "getting our people in the  marketplace as far as compensation and working conditions  are concerned, but the situation  is pretty bleak." According to  Meredith, passage of the plan  for the new municipal hall/  library/archives complex should  have been a "must".  "Some people have told me  to put a third story on this  place," Meredith said. "Christ!  If we did the place would fall  over!" He chuckled at the im  age evoked: "To say nothing of  the fact that we'd be breaking  our own by-laws. It might not  be a bad idea to condemn it."  Meredith paused to Tire up *  cigarette, took a long drag and  glanced out the window onto  Inlet. "I've given it (his job) a  damn good shot for two years.  I'm 70. I don't feel like beating  my head against the negativity  of this community {my longer.  Which is exactly what I've be��  doing."  Then Tom Meredith smiled  with what appeared to be great  satisfaction. "I'm really looking  forward to attending meetings  as an observer ��� as a private  citizen."  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25' P*-* copy on news stands     October 8,1990      Volume 44      Issue 41  Killam applies for subdivision  No provision for Gospel Rock parkland  by Ellen Frith  A formal application from  developer Hayden Killam for  the subdivision into seven lots  of Block 7 of the lands known  as Gospel Rock hits now been  received by the Town of Gib  sons. Block 7 incorporates the  waterfront, Gospel Rock itself  and the allegedly environmentally sensitive slope directly  above Gower Point Road.  The submitted plitn from  Valentine Lands Corporation, a  company until very recently  if'  Lieutenant Governor David Lam presented the Older of BC to  Mis. Grace Maclnnis In Sechelt last week. See story.  ���Roie Nicholson photo  Qrace Maclnnis  awarded Order of BC  The Lieutenant Governor of BC, the Honourable David  Lam presented the Order of BC to Mrs. Grace Maclnnis in  Sechelt last week.  Lam paid tribute to the lifetime of service that Mrs. Maclnnis has given to BC and Canada.  Daughter of J.S. Woodsworth, founder of the CCF  political party (later to become the NDP), Mrs. Maclnnis,  now in her early 80's, attended the Sorbonne in the late  1920's.  Returning to Canada, she served as her father's secretary  during the hectic, heady years of the CCF's youth. Bitten by  the political bug, Grace Maclnnis contested the riding of  Vancouver/Burrard in 1941 and was elected on her first attempt. She served as provincial MLA until 1945.  When her husband Angus, a federal MP for VancouverA  Kingsway died in 1964, Grace was appointed to serve out his  term and th i went on to win on her own, garnering the  largest electoral majority in the federal election of 196S. She  served until 1974.  During her years in Ottawa, Mrs. Maclnnis brought forth,  sponsored and often saw passed, social legislation, much of it  oriented to women. Her brother Bruce Woodsworth, a  Pender Harbour resident, smiled as he told the Coast News  that "It's kind of ironic because Grace never liked the term  'feminist'."  A bilingual politician in the days when the idea of a dual-  language society was still just an idea, Grace Maclnnis spoke  French fluently and campaigned in Quebec on behalf of her  party.  represented by Killam, but now  owned outright by him, shows  no park dedication and regulations of the Municipal Act state  provision for parkland does not  apply to a "subdivision where  the smallest lot being created is  larger than two hectares..." In  Killam's proposed subdivision  the smallest lot is 2.02 hectares,  approximately five acres.  "On this basis, the much  desired water frontage of the  subject property would remain  entirely in private ownership  with there feeing the addition.!  possibility of at least two  residential dwellings bang constructed in the actual vicinity of  Gospel Rock proper," Town  Planner Rob Buchan said at last  week's council meeting.  He told council with the  defeat of the Official Community Plan and Gospel Rock  re-zoning by-laws at the  September 25 council meeting,  the matter had now "moved  away from the political arena  and into the jurisdiction of the  Approving Officer." It was a  move Buchan predicted in a  September 27 report to council  (see subsequent story).  Over a year ago, Killam approached Gibsons Council with  a proposition for a 150 house  subdivision planned for the 75  acres of land on the plateau  above Gower Point Road and  Gospel Rock. It was a proposal  requiring the rezoning of the  property and one which met  with  considerable  opposition  from large numbers of area  residents concerned with the  density and environmental impact of such a large sutxlivision.  In return for the necessary  rezoning and the further acceptance of his subdivision plans,  ���Killam had said he would  donate 18.5 acres of land to the  town as park. After several  public hearings and months of  legal wrangling, council  defeated the relevant rezoning  by-law required by Killam at its  September 25 council meeting.  Apparently now Killam has  opted to pay compensation to  the town in lieu of parkland  dedication in any future subdivision plans for his lands at  the present zoning.  Buchan said of the new sub  division application: "...I shall  now obviously be taking all  possible precautions under the  legal powers vested in me (as  Approving Officer) to ensure  that any possible approval of  the application for subdivision  has met all the requirements  necessary."  He later told the Coast News  he could make no further judgement on the application as he  had just received it but said  there were "strong, impelling  reaons" as well as legal  precedents as to why Approving  Officers must be extremely  careful in regard to any subdivision they turn down.  "I'm going to be very careful  with this one," he said.  Please turn to page 4  Forestry urged to be responsive  Public forum debates pesticides  by Rose Nicholson  and Jan Michael Sherman  Although the Chatelech  Eagles don't play their first  basketball game for three  weeks, some 300 Coast residents  jammed the gym stands last  Thursday night for a bird's eye  view of District Forester Barry  Mountain and colleague Mel  Scott.  During the three-hour panel  discussion cum public debate on  the subject of herbicide spraying  on the Coast, the partisan  crowd pecked away politely, but  relentlessly at the policies,  presentation and views expressed by Mountain and Scott.  Moderated by Dianne Evans,  respected Roberts Creek resident and former Coast News  Editor, the evening was a study  in self-control, and general  graciousness amongst those in  attendance. This, despite the  fact that, except for Mountain,  Scott and a Powell River  forester named Rod Tysdell,  nobody had a single positive  thing to say about Vision or any  other herbicide.  Mountain  and  Scott,  sur  rounded by a show-and-tell  display of mounted colour  photographs of BC forests over  the years, opened the debate  with a 20 minute slide show  presentation which amounted  largely to a beginner's lecture on  forest management. It had very  little, if anything, to do with the  subject those in the gym had  come to discuss. The crowd,  while somewhat restive during  this part of the evening, maintained their decorum as they did  throughout the lengthy course  of the evening.  Following Mssrs. Scott and  Mountain's attempt to make  their (official) policies and practises more palatable to the au- -  dience, an attempt which, judging from the lack of response,  failed miserably, the floor was  relinquished and turned over to -  the trio of representatives/  spokesmen for the Sunshine  Coast Environmental Protection Project (SCEPP).  Long time activist Carole  Rubin spoke first. "In the least -  two yetars there's been an increase in pesticide spraying (of  which herbicides such as Vision  Please turn to page 12  Trent Dixon ��� Band councillor  Son of late Ted Dixon sworn in  Trent David Dixon, 26 year  old son of the late Ted Dixon,  became a member of the Sechelt  Indian Band council on October  4, after two previous unsuccessful campaigns for the position.  Ironically, young Dixon's  main chance came as a result of  the resignation from the council  of Lloyd Jeffries, who won  both of the previous coun-  cilmanic contests in which Dixon took part. Council elections  take place every three years and,  given that the last regular election took place this past  February, Dixon will serve some  two years and four months  before having to run again.  "This was my chance to get  in ��� to tun and see what I can  do for my people" the excited  and nattily-attired Dixon told  the Com! News just prior to the  official swraring-in ceremony at  the SIB Council chambers. "1  also want to follow in my dad's  footsteps.  "I want to try and bring more  young people into the political  life of the band," said Dixon,  who works as a teacher's aide at  S<echelt Elementary. "I really  enjoy working with kids. Every  day 1 learn something." The  newest council member grinned:  "Everry day they learn something, too, 1 hope!"  Band lawyer Graham Allen  and Chief Tom Paul officiated  at the brief ceremony, with  Allen noting that "Swearing in  the son of my late, great friend  Ted Dixon is a very s|3ecial  pleasure for me."  Then, the documents signed,  the new councillor was promptly infonTwd by a grinning Tom  Paul that "There's a council  meeting here in less than an  hour. So we'll see you here, and  you can start getting your feet  wet!"  There was some appreciative  laughter from the relatively  small gathering, which included  Trent's mother, Anne, SIB staffers, council memljer Gary  Feschuk, SCRD Chairperson  Peggy Connor and Trent Dixon's uncle Stan, who presented  his nephew with a monogramm-  cd briefcase.  Although at least one person  addressed him smilingly as  "mayor", Stan Dixon refrained  from alluding to his campaign  for mayor during his very brief,  remarks following his nephew's  swearing in.  Chief Tom Paul (right) looks on is SCRD Chairperson Peggy  Connor congratulates Trent Dixon, newest SIB Councillor.  ���K��nl SkcfWMphoto  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  u  "***���--"-"' ~-._��������  e-ajil��*l��i-i^����ei^Lla>.l'Ui^^ *j ae.aeX.aee'TBM Coast News, Octobers, 1990  comment  Stay tuned  An intriguing little item in the big city press the othetr  day had the redoubtable Grace McCarthy reiterating that  she would not serve on a Bill Vander Zalm cabinet.  "I resigned from cabinet in 1988," Ms McCarthy was  quoted as saying, "and nothing has changed."  Coming as this news does on the heels of the latest  furore over the sale and ownership of Fantasy Gardens  and the subsequent postponement of an apparently planned fall election, this tidbit could have fascinating implications.  Does it besp>eak an incipient attempt to replace the  premier at the upcoming Socred election? Could the governing party be about to tear itself apart at a time when an  upstart provincial Reform party of the right has declared  itself active in BC politics?  Stay timed, BC.  Canadian limbo  Mercy me, that is the Canadian House of sober second  thought cavorting and bellowing and pounding their shoes  on the table in Ottawa.  Let the apologists for the Liberals and Conservatives do  their best to persuade us that the behaviour that we are  witnessing in the Canadian Senate - assuredly unacceptable  in a Grade 9 boys' gym class - is in fact in the best interests  of the Canadian nation. Let them try.  This is a nation in governmental limbo and the old limbo question pertains - how low can you go?  Survey results  On Page 12 of this week's paper we begin a series of  advertisements which will convey the results of a nationwide survey into community newspapers conducted by  Descimar Research and commissioned by the Canadian  Community Newspaper Association.  As the Sunshine Coast's only member of the national  newspaper association, the Sunshine Coast News was a  participant in the survey and in the coming weeks we will  be sharing the findings with our readers.  Suffice to say at this time that the findings confirm the  efficacy of the community newspaper as an advertising  medium and emphasize the central role played by the  Canadian weeklies in the lives of their communities.  -from our files ���  We Remember When  S YEARS AQO  A summary of the new Sunshine Coast Economic  Development Strategy (SCEOS) was presented to the  regional district by Economic Development Officer Odd-  vin Vedo. The strategy outlined a broad spectrum of  potential job development opportunities for the Coast  with aquaculture seen as "the strongest growth industry on the Coast," said Vedo.  Mrs. Crlstine Crucil, long time Sechelt resident, was  visited by her two sisters from Italy, Yolanda and An-  tonletta, after a separation of 25 years.  10 YEARS AQO  An unexplained explosion In the engine room sent  Gibsons fishing boat La Poncho adrift off the West  Coast of Vancouver Island. The Lloyd B. Gore and the  Ocean Paarl came to the rescue and towed the damaged vessel to Vancouver.  Over 20 residents of Davis Bay turned up at an  'amalgamation' meeting called by Regional Director  Charles Lee to protest plans to join Sechelt. Higher  taxes were the main fear.  20 YEARS AQO  The mayor and aldermen of Sechelt demanded copies  of all bylaws pertaining to the village. Mayor Swain said  he had recently asked for a copy of a bylaw and was told  It would cost him 25 cents.  A Gibsons man was apprehended after he tried to ram  two police cars at the corner of Lower Road and  Highway 101 following an 11 and a half mile high-speed  chase.  30 YEARS AQO  Gibsons Village Cc ncll approves a Standard Oil land  and water service station where Hill's garage and  Roger's plumbing store now stand on Marine Drive.  The federal government is again providing a subsidy  on dogfish livers in an effort to control the numbers of  dogfish in BC waters.  40 YEARS AQO  Three men died as a result of a collision between the  SS Lady Cynthia and the forest service cruiser the AL  Bryant.  Dental service of school and preschool children will  start immediately. The service will be provided for  children between three years and high school age with  the cost being divided between the school board, the  parents and the Department of Health and Welfare.  The Sunshine  90411 ItWf  pubti.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:   Jan Michael Sherman  Advertising  Fran Burmide  Bom Nicholson  Mgr:  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  Production: Jan Schnki  .Jackie Ptulan  Bonnie McHcffey  Office Mgr:  Anne Thomsen  Brian McAndrtws  Oee Grant  BUI Roger.  Jeidle Myers  eBerv Cranetton  Tht SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast. BC every Monday by Glasslord  Praia Ltd., Box 460. Gibsons. BC VON IVO. Gibsons 8862622 or  8867817: Sechell 885-3930: Pender Harbour 883-9099: Gibsons  Fax 886-7725, Sechell Fax 8853954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  Tht Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction ol any part ol it by any means Is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured Irom Glassford Prttt Ltd., holders of the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: i year 135; 6 months 120; Foreign. 1 year 140  ^00** 1 J^m   ��H      �����    %  .V     ��       ,���,����*     ^  ITEM: (tow W&rthy rttusti to $>t in  Viiydtmlm cabwt.  A classic fish story  How Salmo Gairdneri became  Oncorhynchous Mykiss  The Steelhead has always  been the King of the Trouts, my  angler friend Greg told me, as  he troweled a slab of salmon  from the barbecue onto his  plate.  Then, squirting himself in the  eye with a badly-aimed twist of  the lemon, Greg noted, with  more than a soupcon of sadness  and regret, that the Steelhead  was no longer a trout, but a  salmon.  Reclassified by scientists who  love to play God, which is  understandable seeing as how  Modern Science has long been  the real religion of the masses.  Now someone has to tell the  public���and the Steelheads���  that 100 years of Ichthyological  certainty has collapsed and  thrown into confusion the very  identity of an entire species of  fish.  Salmo Gairdneri has, with  the wave of the old magic test  tube swizzle stick, become Oncorhynchous Mykiss.  How did the switcheroo come  about? Greg wasn't sure of the  official explanation, but he was  willing to speculate. He  suspected that boredom was involved.  "These guys who are charged  with keeping Mother Nature  straight  in  terms of human  understanding were probably  sitting around drinking coffee  and tying flies���or running a  few species changes through the  old computer���when suddenly  a consensus was born. The  Steelhead trout became a  salmon within the tight little  beauracratic confines of a  fishery station sub-basement  somewhere on the Pacific  Coast."  Greg and I, stuffed with  Sockeye, fulminated against the  cavalier treatment of the beloved Steelhead, but we were forced to consider that scientific  cretinism and a subterranean  form of regional politics might  well have created a situation pit-  ,, ting fish against fish, angler  /against angler, and tourist  board against tourist board.  On the east coast the Atlantic  Salmon is heralded as 'King of  the Salmon'. On the west coast  we have long harboured an inferiority complex in this area,  since we don't have a salmon we  can hoist up onto the scales of  salmon majesty alongside the  Atlantic.  (In an ironic footnote, Greg  mentioned that the Americans  have always considered the  Chinook salmon to be It, and  have regarded it as King  Salmon. Why we didn't do the  same and wipe out tourist  fishing on the East Coast is  beyond Greg. "You might say  we've approached the problem  on the problem like a bunch of  Chinooks.")  So, for years, we in the west  have dealt with the situation by  trumpeting the Steelhead as  'King of the Trout', in vague  hopes of stealing a little of the  east's salmon thunder.  Now, however, thanks to  those icky ichthyologists, the  whole game has been thrown into a cocked fishing hat. According to Greg, the fish story  might move along this plot line:  The Steelhead might emerge as  'King of Salmon'���this after a  lengthy and noble track record  as a Trout!  As a not-to-be-sneezed-at  bonus, the Steelhead can spawn  more than once! It will be the  first salmon of our six species  (Pink, Chinook, Chum,  Sockeye, Coho, and the new  Steelhead on the block) to be  able to lay its eggs over and over  without snuffing it.  Just like the Atlantic Salmon!  What a boon for western pride  and profit. Forget the fact that  the Steelhead looks like a trout,  tastes like a trout, and has a life  history similar to the Sea-Run  Cutthroat Trout. Fishermen  will flock to BC en masse eager  to cast their lines at the throne  of the newest King of the  Salmon���King Steelhead.  They will marvel. They will  spend vast numbers of loonies  in the always expensive task of  landing anything more exotic  than a Dogfish and, should skill  and luck land them a Steelhead,  they will have their prizes  freeze-dried and flown back to  the east on the seat next to them  in first class.  And, since eastern anglers  currently pay for the privilege of  catching an Atlantic (former)  King Salmon, Greg feels it fitting both economically and  psychologically   that   these  eastern Canadian bozos pay  through the nose for a shot at a  Steelhead. BC simply levies a  Maritime fishing tax���and a  hefty one���solely for nonresidents who wish to commune  with King Steelhead.  With the proceeds of the tax,  Greg and I figure us British Columbians will have the wherewithal! to cast about in a serious  manner and perhaps come up  with a new trout to replace the  late, lamented Steelhead.  After all, trout fishermen  abound, if not thrive, in eastern  Canada, where the King of their  Trout is unknown and most  likely inedible.  So with a new King of the  Trout established in the west, it  will simply be a matter of two  crowns being better than one.  Since it's a cut-throat  business we're involved in hewe,  maybe the Sea-Run Cutthroat  Trout would be the perfect candidate for investiture.  Guess we'll just have to run it  up the old mooching rod and  see whose dorsal salutes.  Which leaves us with one tiny  matter to clear up. How the  dickens did Salmo Gairdneri  .become Oncorhynchous Mykiss?  The answer was supplied, fittingly enough, by a criminologist and fish expert named  Ehor Voyanowski, a friend of  my friend Greg. Apparently  DNA studies recently carried  out concluded that the genetics  of the Steelhead Trout were  really closer to the genetics of  the salmon family.  Sounds more than a little  fishy to me, you bozos.  Probing the native past  Local historian traces Sechelt past  by Peter Trower  First conceived as a UBC  thesis 40 years ago, local  historian Lester Peterson's long  awaited Story of the Sechelt Nation has finally seen print as a  co-production of tarbour  Publishing and the Sechell Indian Band. It is an event of considerable significance that fills a  definite void in the story of this  area and its original inhabitants.  Les Peterson, well-known as  author of The Gibsons Landing  Story, first came to the Sunshine Coast with his family in  1923. He attended school here  and formed evly friendships  with members of the Sechelt  Band.  After a stint in the army during World War II, he obtained a  university degree and ramrod  to Gibsons to teach and write. It  was at this time (the early  1950's) that Peterson first  resolved tc commit to paper the  legends and lore of the Sechelts,  before these things vanished  from memory.  .Peterson began paying reg  ular visits to the reserve, seeking  out those members of the Band  who still recalled the old ways.  Some, such as Reg and Ellen  Paul and Clarence Joe, the  Band Chief, were eager to offer  what they knew.  Patriarch, Basil Joe, however, then almost 80, was reticent at first, wary of imparting  tribal secrets to a white man.  This impasse persisted until  Peterson showed Basil Joe some  photographs of Sechelt, taken  60 years before.  The sight of those long-dead  elders moved the old man profoundly. He suffered a change  of heart and agreed to tell Peterson all he remembered. It was a  major breakthrough.  Basil Joe undertook to guide  Peterson and another local  man, Jack Goldroop, to the lost  places of his people. Together,  they made 15 expeditions up the  neighbouring inlets, to study  abandoned homesites and  enigmatic rock paintings. During these journeys, Basil Joe  pointed out bays and rock formations directlyconnected\vith  important Sechelt myths.  Peterson was surprised to  learn that the Band had not  always been centred in their present village but had lived in  numerous locations up Jervis  Inlet and elsewhere. It was a  stimulating time for Les Peterson, a guided tour through the  pre-contact past, a firsthand  look at legends and lifeways,  now almost forgotten.  When they were not on Field  trips, Basil Joe provided Peterson with much other vital information about the complex myth  structure of the Sechelts. He  recalled oldtime potlatches,  puberty rites, hunting parties  and the sense of a oneness with  nature that coloured all .aspects  of the native world.  He spoke of the shaman, the  See-Ay-Uhk and of supernatural forces both good and  evil. Basil Joe and Peterson remained firm friends until the  patriarch's death in 1964. His  contribution to this book was  immeasurable.  The book itself is divided into  16 chapters, each dealing with a  different aspect of the culture  that once existed in the area  before the coming of the white  man and the subsequent conversion of the natives to Christianity.  Some sections concentrate on  the fascinating legends of  shape-changers, mystic warriors  and the calamitous flood that  ���bears curious parallels to the  biblical deluge. Other segments  deal with more mundane matins such as the food the  Sechelts ate and the various herbal remedies they employed.  And there is a chapter on p>etro-  glyphs, those mysterious rock  carvings, traditionally attributed to the shamans.  The .Story of the Sechett Nation is an absorbing portrait of  a proud people who co-existed  sanely and effectively with this  land and its creatures, long  before recorded history. It is a  tribute to Les Peterson that he  ��w fit to transcribe these  echoes of a very different world  before they were irrevocably  lost.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNINC  newspaper  mmm  mm  Mi <Lette.lL to- the, ���ditot.  Coast News, October 8,1900  Seniors'  views on  Block 7  voting  Editor:  Following is an open letter to  our seniors of Branch W:  Dear Members:  The referendum has been  voted upon and fortunately our  participation on Block 7 was  turned down. The terms of the  ballot voted upon was never  signed by our branch president  since the wording was unacceptable to our tenure. So much for  the referendum. It's not the end  of the world.  When plans were drawn up  for our activity centre on our  Trail Avenue property a few  years back, the municipality  was in need of the large hall  planned by our branch to help  take care of, not only our  branch activities, but those of  Write to Mulroney  many organizations on a rental  buis locallv.  With the completion of a  large development at Rockwood  Centre, and the building in progress by the Sechelt Indian  Band, the situation has changed  considerably, to the point where  a much smaller compact activity  centre designed exclusively for  our every day programs makes  more sense. We still need a  reasonably large seating capacity in the main building with adjacent work areas for crafts, etc.  A building committee has  been formed by our hard working president, and by the time  this reaches print, that committee will have met and made  some decisions. Keep in mind  that membership should now,  more than ever, throw their  weight and energy wholeheartedly behind this committee.  The only way members can  keep abreast of the developments to be expected in the  very near future is to attend the  regular monthly meetings on the  third Thursday of each month,  Editor:  Brian Mulroney is planning  to impose the Goods and Services Tax (GST)upon us all.  This will ruin many small  businesses. We are told that  Canada has developed a huge  deficit and every citizen must  pay a share to keep our  economy functioning.  The reason for this deficit is  the Free Trade Agreement  which Mulroney arranged with  the US.  The purpose of the agreement, Mulroney said, was to  produce new jobs and wealth  for Canada - 250,000 new  jobs. Instead, whal we have  seen in the last year is 165,000  manufacturing jobs lost. He  promised to build a world-class  icebreaker  in  Vancouver  but  D'Op Oft youi  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED*  Tha Cant News  ��� Ae",K,ndly Paopl* Placeee"  that has not been done.  He promised cheaper goods  and services. Instead, prices  rose more in 1989 than at any  other time over the previous  four years.  On our farms, more than 40  per cent of Canada's vegetable  producers face bankruptcy.  Meanwhile, over 90 per cent of  Ihe fresh vegetables sold in  Canada now come from the  US.  There is something else which  our prime minister has been  concealing. I have a report from  Project Ploughshares, about  Canada's role in the armed conflicts in the developing world.  The arms manufacturers,  during the years 198S to 1988  have bran selling arms directly  to Peru, Sri Lanka, Indonesia,  Malaysia, China, India and  Turkey. They have been selling  arms indirectly to Columbia,  Uganda, Angola, Somalia,  Western Sahara, Sudan, Iraq,  Iran and Ihe Phillipines. How  and to attend at least a tew ot  the regular activities of the  branch where you can enter into  some lively discussion on  branch matters from time to  time.  Construction of a scaled  down building is not beyond the  realm of possibility in the not  too distant future, since the  branch now has cash assets in  the vicinity of a half million  dollars which includes BC  Government Grants.  Add to this outright ownership of our 100 foot by 405 foot  building site on Trail Avenue  and our present hall on Mermaid Street which will eventually be sold to help pay for the  new premises and the feasibility  of a not too distant start  presents itself.  To date we have a membership of 551 for 1990. Our hard  working president and his executive committee deserve  greater support from these  members in order to carry on on  their behalf. Will we see you at  the meeting on October 18?  Larry Grafton  much income tax, 1 wonder,  have these arms manufacturers  paid.  I understand that the GST  law has still to be passed by the  Senate. The Liberals have the  majority and could block the  law. To avoid that, Mulroney  will appoint eight new members  to the Senate. Each member is  paid $62,000 a year.  I am reminded of Robin  Hood, the legendary outlaw of  medieval England, who with his  band in Sherwood Forest, robbed the rich to help the poor.  Today, Mulroney, with his  GST, is planning to rob the  poor to help the rich.  I recommend that we all write  letters to our prime minister objecting to the GST. His address  is: R.T. Honourable Brian  Mulroney, Prime Minister of  Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A  0A6.  I am going to do that.  Isabel Ralph  Halfmoon Bay, BC  Paperworkers' position  Editor:  The Canadian Paperworkers  Union Local 1119 is opposed to  the general use of herbicides  and sprcifically 'Vision' used  recently by the BC Forest Service on the Sunshine Coast. I'll  give you the reasons why we  have chosen this path.  Firstly, Monsanto Corporation which produces Vision is  only required by law to test the  active ingredient 'glyphosate'  which is the defoliant for its  harmful effects. The full formulation doesn't have to be,  nor does a list of all its ingredients have to be detailed.  This is true for all herbicides/pesticides under current  government legislation. Canada  receives its data from the EPA  in the US, which in turn has  Monsanto carry out the required tests for registration.  In the early 1980's Industrial  Biotest Labs doing this work for  Monsanto were convicted in  Oregon's US Federal Court of  invalid testing in 37 of the 43  tests performed on Vision. The  Vision now used under new improved standards has the inert  ingredient POEA.  Independent research has  shown and I quote from the BC  Forest Servia file on Vision in  sockeye salmon fry POEA is  roughly 10X more toxic than  Roundup (Vision is the same  chemical). POEA is 400X more  toxic to fish than the Rodeo formulation which contains 40 per  cent glyphosate and no surfactant (POEA).  Other recent research has  shown 53 per cent of the  chemical remains in the soil up  to eight months after application. Monsanto claims 90 per  cent is degraded within six months.  It's clear that 10 years after  IBT's court case, we still have  incomplete knowledge of the ingredients and toxicity of Vision.  Poor legislation is still in place.  Secondly, the long term effects upon our health is  unknown. Often a 20 year time  frame occurs before an illness  or disease is recognized. For example the pulp mill workers suffer 4X the cancer rate in three  different cancers over other  people.  This was just found out! No  one in the Workers Compensation .Board has started to investigate why, and I don't have  any optimism they will find the  reason. Someone on a cr*ek  under a sprayed cutblock would  Time to plan  Editor:  RE: Planning Sechelt's  future: An Official Community  Plan on Goals and Policies was  adopted by council in 1987.  Technical background information for the Community Plan  came from UMA Engineering  Planning Analysis Report  published in February 1987,  which went to a population  growth of 7000 .people.  The Official Community  Plan report acknowledged thai  only limited expansion space is  available in the commercial area  in the village of Sechelt and it  suggested that some further  commercial growth could occur  on adjacent Indian reserve  lands, which abut the business  core.  It is time now to determine  the District of Sechelt's future  needs and character, therefore a  master plan is required covering  the next 10 or more years of  population growth.  This plan would set forth  locations of future residential  and commercial areas, schools  and parks, recreational facilities, municipal hall, fire hall,  etc. Also to be considered  would be improvements in  library facilities, transportation  services, as well as many of the  revilalization programs listed in  the Official Community Plan  report.  Once such an overall report  and plan has been completed on  a vision of Sechelt's future, with  need more than a miracle to  have their question answered.  In conclusion the vision given  to the community about weed  control by the BC Forest Service  is hard to distinguish from the  one brought from Monsanto  Corporation. Unless community decision making is involved  in 'our' forests, nothing is going  to change this autocratic approach.  Hugh McNab, Chairman  CPU Local 1119  itemized cost estimates, it  should be presented at public information meetings.  Arthur H. Whistler  Editor's Note: Mr. Whl tier has  lecently declared his candidacy  for alderman of Sechelt.  Lowndes  Award  Editor:  Every year at this time, the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  solicits nominations for the Annual Gillian Lowndes Memorial  Award to be presented in  November.  Any Sunshine Coast artist ���  active in any discipline of the  visual or performing arts is eligible. This award recognizes innovation and/or recent growth  and achievement.  Some former recipients of the  award have been eBetty Keller,  Pat Chamberlin, Maurice Spira,  Jim Kreiger, Ken Dalgleish,  Robert Jack and Trudy Small.  Written nominations including reasons for your choice  must be received by October 20  at the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council, Box 1565, Sechelt, BC  VON 3A0.    ���  Ken Dalgleish, Chairman  Gillian Lowndes Award  Committee  More letters  on page 19  FAMILY BULK FOODS &  DELICATESSEN  "FULL SERVICE DELI"  Featuring Freybe's Award Winning Meats  fey  UNDER THE YELLOW AWNING COWRIE ST. 885-7767  CHRISTMAS  BAKING SUPPLIES  Check our prlcee flrat.  GLAZED FRUITS,  MARASCHINO CHERRIES,  MINCEMEAT, PECANS,  FILBERTS, ETC.  Hearty Sandwiches  Piping Hot Soup  Fiesh Pluas  Tasty Muffins  Avaloee Milk  Bunsmaster  Party Trays  Gilt Packages  Will, i Tlturs.  in SENIOR DAYS  MS OFF Regular Prices  Club - Group Discounts  REMEMBER: |  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  I   is better  than a  1 full house.  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"As planner I cannot and  should not remain silent on this  issue, as I would then be guilty  of basking in the same false  euphoria as many are today, ie.  that with defeat of the by-laws,  the developer will simply go  away, tranquility will return and  the private property known as  Gospel Rock will continue to remain an underdeveloped area in  perpetuity over which the public  can trespass at will," Buchan  states in his report.  It is the planner's "considered opinion" that in making  the decision, council based its  action on "misinformation, unwarranted apprehension and  lack of confidence in our own  municipal subdivision approval  system."  Commenting briefly on the  relevant factors, Buchan says:  "Much, if not all, of the concern was misplaced, with almost  all of the points being attributable to the subdivision approval process, which would  have been administered under  our new Subdivision and  Development Control By-law  which is second to none on the  Sunshine Coast, and with the  volunteered co-operation of the  Ministry of Transportation and  Highways.  "There would have been no  costs to the town resulting from  the eventual conditions of a  Tentative Approval of the subdivision. It has been standard  practice for many years  throughout the municipality  that subdivisions are either self-  supporting, or they are simply  not permitted to happen. As I  have stated at, at least the last  two public hearings, the act of  zoning is not a legal commitment for the municipality to  provide services to a property.  The Dayton & Knight report  has been greatly misunderstood  on this issue."  Buchan supports his latter  statement by pointing out 155  lots have been subdivided and  developed in Gibsons over the  past 18 months at no cost to the  town.  He continues his report by  "confidently" predicting the  unsuccessful applicant's  (developer Hayden Killam) next  move: a letter demanding the  release of the registered restrictive covenant due to council  failure to adopt zoning resulting  in "our loss of 18.5 acres of  community park," and an application for subdivision based  on existing zoning.  At the October 2 council  meeting, the letter demanding  the release of the restrictive  covenant was received from  Killam and Buchan told council  a subdivision application was in  his hands (See story).  Killam applies for subdivision  continued from page 1  Although council made no  comment on the October 2  Planner's Report, it did move  earlier in the meeting to  discharge the covenant against  Blocks 6 and 7 of the Gospel  Rock lands which would have  assured the town approximately  18.5 acres of parkland had the  rezoning of the upper plateau  (Block 6) from the present R4  zoning to Rl taken place.  The request for the discharge  came in a letter to council from  Killam's Sechelt lawyer,  Michael Welsh, and according  to Clerk Administrator Lorraine Goddard, council had no  legal recourse but to grant the  request.  In commenting later to the  Coast News Killam claimed he  was not the villain of the piece  and laid the blame for the loss  of any potential parkland to the  town directly at the feet of the  local media and the opponents  of his prior 150 house subdivision, who had "done a great  disservice to the people of Gibsons."  "You and those so-called  'friends' have trashed it for the  public and are hurting the community," he said. "I'm not a  bad guy. I happen to be a damn  good guy. This is my town and  you're (the press) messing with  it. Not in the context that I own  it but I like the town as much as  the next person. I've been coming here since I was zero years  old."  He claimed it would be  "financial suicide" not to  develop his property.  "It will be developed. There  will be houses," he stated but  added, "1 am certainly willing  to negotiate a deal even at this  late date."  In his letter to council, which  was distributed several days  prior to the council meeting to  The Press newspaper, Welsh  stated the request for the  removal of the covenant providing parkland to the town was  taken with "deep regret."  "The proposals contained in  the covenant as to parkland  dedication were ones that our  client, Mr. Killam, gave happily  and supported fully so as to give  the town a park at  Gospel  Rock. They were of financial  necessity premised on the subdivision of approximately 150  lots under Rl zoning however."  He states Killam never had  any option but to subdivide and  develop his property.  Welsh advises council, "...we  are, of course, looking carefully  at the process leading to the  defeat of the by-law amendment  to determine if there are legal  grounds to challenge same,"  and says council "may well wish  to reconsider matters," during  the next 60 days.  "We're doing what we have  to do considering council's decision," Welsh told the Coast  News. "We can't wait at this  point."  In a later telephone interview  with this newspaper, Catherine  McManus, spokesperson for  Friends of Gospel Rock, a  group very much opposed to  Killam's previous subdivision  plans, said: "All the things we  didn't like about the proposed  150 home proposal still hold  true for the smaller  subdivision."  McManus remains firm that  any development of the slope  and shoreline of Gospel Rock  would contravene Gibsons tree  cutting by-law.  "Our lawyer is very clear that  nothing has changed as far as  the responsibility and duties of  Ihe Municipal Approving Officer are concerned," she said.  "It's his duty to protect the  public interest."  RETIRING???  FREE MARKET SURVEYS AND  PRODUCT PLACEMENT SERVICES FOR:  ��� Annuities  ��� Registered Retirement Income Funds (R.R.I.F.)  ��� Registered Retirement Savings Plans (R.R.S.P.)  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However, people's attitudes are refreshingly more open to  dealing wilh these matters as we quickly approach the 1990's.  Today, people are preplanning their personal funeral preference  for the benefit of their loved ones. Show your family and loved  ones how much you care by preplanning your wishes now.  Devlin Funeral Home and the Sunshine Coast Crematorium  both provide this service free of charge, so don't put off this important task. Call us today for further information.  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  Contact Dan Devlin at 886-9551 today regarding PREPLANNING.  ll  Furearal  Aieoclotion  579 Seaview Rd.,  Box MB  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  At Diet Center you can lose pounds and  inches in all the right places.  Unlike other diets, research shows 92%  of the eveight lost on the Diet .Center program is excess fat, not water or muscle.  So for safe, effective weight loss, call  Diet Center. It's the best diet program in  these parts.  PreChrittmat SPECIAL  SAVE  $30  on a  6 week  package  50% Membership  Mon. - Fri.  7:30 am -1:00  .Sal.  9:00 -12:00  886-DIET  Center  11.V iivi!>bflosspn)/i,ssii��i{ih'  t IWllDtiK vntrr Iru Se-H'i'tlof  Wight Iiha Mirkti wilh 11111111 tin j |  Janice Edmonds  Counsellor  634 Farnham Rd., Gibsons  behind Gibsons Medical Clinic  Afternoon Appointments Available  Hair Vfc Are!  4\    /T       \     jtQ -c-**a^u1Unisex Hair Design  OUR 4th ^  anniversary.  eJmSr^ ._        _  cMany thanki to all oux ctienti  FaU Perm Prices:  $45 ��� 953  Come: in  ana cM\s.ei -Lynn  HAIR WE ARE  Seaview Place (����, mi at u Roam  886-2222  The Options Paper - We Want Your Input  The Forest Resources Commission has just released its ()ptinns Paper for public review  anil comment.  The Options Paper presents five major themes resulting from the  Community Meetings last spring: land use planning, forest resource management, public  involvement, economics, anil education,  Ihe Options Paper is currently being mailed to  those who submitted a brief to the Commission or participated in those meetings.  If you did not participate earlier, you now have the opportunity to do so. If you are  interested in reviewing anil responding to the Options Paper, please write, phone or tax  the Commission to request a copy.  Timing of Your Response  The Commission needs your written response by November 14, 1990. A stamped,  addressed response card is enclosed with the Options Paper.  Future  of Our  forests  Regional Workshops  The Commissioners arc also inviting many of those who submitted briefs or made presentations to attend regional workshops in  October and November, IWO,   These workshops will be held in Parksville, Vernon, Creston, 108 ,\lile 1 lenisc, Prince George, Terrace  anil the Lower Mainland. The purpose of these workshops is to allow detailed discussion from a wide range of interest groups in a  two-day workshop setting.  Ihe workshop process, along with the public response to the Options Paper, will make sure ihe  Commissioners have heard and interpreted the public accurately, and will help identify prelerred options, identify implications of these  options, and develop local and regional implementation strategies. ,  The Next Steps  All public responses to the Options Paper and the results of the Regional Workshops will be reviewed by the Commissioners. A  newsletter will be prepared outlining the results of both the workshops and public response to the Options Paper. In January, 1991,  the newsletter will be sent to all those who participated. The final Forest Resource Commission report, including all  recommendations, will be presented to government early in the new year, and will be available to the public .!() days later.  Forest Resources (  ommisMon  _z-j^  Killl':   ssft     SSi  I .l\:   !-e(e   "SSS  ' ���'   '-���  mmmmmmM  -e^MeHM  HtM  tmmt Coast News, October 8,1990  5.  Sunnycrest Mall hosted the first annual Charity Bazaar last Friday and Saturday. Eighteen charity  groups participated In the event. _K,nt Sheridan photo  Georcje    in    Gibsons  Jill Hill retires  by George Cooper, 886-8520  Whm she thought the work  day was over with just time to  catch the ferry to her home in  North Vancouver, Jill Hill,  senior secretary of Elphinstone  Secondary School was a little  disappointed to be told by the  principal that she'd have to stay  to attend to some urgent school  business.  The business turned out to be  a surprise gathering of fellow  workers and other guests in the  school cafeteria September 26,  to wish Jill a happy retirement  after nearly 24 years service in  the school district.  Jill was presented with gifts  of appreciation from the school  district - a pair of prints of the  West Coast scene by Margraf,  presented by the chairman of  the board. From the teachers  and maintenance staff of  Elphinstone, a Greta Guzek  print, a humorous and primitive  depiction of a Coast ferry.  Among the gifts and cards were  a carved picture frame done by  retired teacher Cloe Day, and  from the CUPE union, a cheque.  Jill began her employment in  the school district in the  resource centre when John Bell  was the district librarian. She  then served in Gibsons Elementary library with Doris Fuller  and in the school office before  moving to Elphinstone. When  Marion Johnston left to live in  retirement in Maple Ridge when  her husband, David Johnston,  retired form his position of Gibsons Village Clerk, Jill replaced  her as the school's senior  secretary.  JILL HILL  "That was 1973, the year of  the fire that destroyed most of  the building. We made do with  shifts and portables and in the  old school building on the  grounds of Gibsons Elementary."  Widowed when her children  were still in school, Jill said, "I  would like the community to  know how grateful I still feel for  the comfort they extended me  and the children in that time of  distress."  After the splendid variety of  eatables provided by Ellen  Wagner and her home economics students, and the presentation of gifts, Principal Martyn  Wilson spoke of Jill's outstanding service to the school,  others reiterated the commendatory thoughts.  In a lighthearted vein, June  Wilson said that Jill trained a  total of seven principals in her  years as school secretary.  Living in North Van brings  her closer to family as her  mother and her daughers live in  the Vancouver area and also she  can choose from a variety of  work opportunities.  "I will be visiting here often  to see friends and especially my  mother-in-law, Nonie Hill."  MUSEUM  This Thursday at 7 pm the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum  will be open for the annual  meeting and election of officers.  There is time before the mating  to renew memberships and look  about the museum.  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Bake 50-60 minutes at 350' F.  The loal will peak and crack.  Thank you. S.E. ol Sechelt, my lamlly devoured  one loal in a matter ot minutes. Tht remaining one  I hid in Ihe Ireezer!  NEST LEWIS  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  k  for your  Mallawa $tt  Decorations,  Balloons & Streamers  up* tt'mmm  7 Diyt A Week      la"'  Gown Pi. Rd. Dry Owning  Gltaom Uniting Drop Off  Come in 4 check out our  CRAFTS  SUPPLIES^  i-3233-;  Op.ii: lues Sal  10-4  Tues & Thurs eves  ^oi^cTlONS  453 Marine Drive  Gibsons Unding  Ceramics Instruction  Workshops  ��� Fine Art  ��� Pottery  ��� Cards  ��� Posters  ��� Art Supplies  ��� Blown Glass  GALLERY  886-9213  Show Piece Gallery  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pt. Rd.. 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Sechelt    Scenario  by Margaret Watt 885-3X4  The Festival of the Written  Arts announces its fall writers in  residence programs: writing  poetry with Patricia Young and  script writing with John .Lazarus. The programs will take  place November 10, 11 and 12  at the Rockwood Centre in  Swhelt. To find out more about  these courses call 885-9631 or  pick up a pamphlet from the  Festival office located in  Rockwood Lodge.  AUXILIARY MEETING  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt Branch, invites all  members and friends to its  regular monthly meeting on  Thursday, October 11 at 1:30  pm, at St. Hilda's Hall. Please  come out to this meeting to help  with the preparations for the  annual bazaar. For information  regarding the hospital auxiliary,  contact Marlis Knaus at  885-7793.  WRITERS' FORGE  Wednesday, October 10 the  Writers' Forge will be meeting  at 7:30 pm in Rockwood Lodge  (dining room). Guest speaker  for the evening will ebe Syd  Heal, a local writer and real  estate agent. Guests are welcome. The Forge's latest book  Our Sunshine Coast is doing  quite nicely in local bookstores.  Copies can also be obtained at  the Coast News office in  Sechelt. The book makes a nice  little gift or keepsake.  Something to keep in mind with  Christmas not that far away.  SCHOOL NEWS  At the Parent Advisory  Council (PAC) meeting held  Monday, October 1, a new executive was sworn in. It is as  follows: Vicki Hansen, president; Kathy Hobbs, vice-  president; Bev Dall, secretary;  Suzanne Chernoff, treasurer.  The meeting proved very informative and a record number of  parents turned out. Next meeting will be in November. Louise  Parker will be a guest speaker.  CONGRATULATIONS!  A warm welcome lo little  Kendra Lynne Graham who  made her debut September 17  and made Ray and Jennifer  Graham very happy. May you  always walk in sunshine, little  by Bev Cranston, 886-2215  Hey, Creekers! Are your  fried chicken dinners getting  really boring? Then try my  secret ingredient that few will  admit taste's great in small  doses. Curry! That's right,  curry. I've always dumped a  tablespoon of it into my chicken  flour mixture since a friend  years ago came over our house  to cook us an authentic curry  dinner.  He was from Ceylon, which  is now known as Sri Lanka.  Angelo was his name and he arrived with a big brown paper  bag full of spices, a large  coconut and who knows what  else. I was not allowed to help.  He was horrified to find that 1  did not have any vinegar in the  house. "Well, use some pickle  juice from ihe jar of dills," I  said. Thai's what happened.  Angelo fussed and created  lor a couple of hours. Out of it  came a mildly delicious mix of  curried potatoes, curried rice  and curried chicken. It tasted  mild at the time and really  good. "Don't eat too much  your first time," he said. I  couldn't help myself. I was  starving after not having eaten  all day.  So around 3 am the next  morning I realized his hesitation  in eating normal amounts of  Ihis curried, spicy food. My  face, throat and stomach were  on fire. Fire, fire, hot, really  hot. Down to the kitchen I went  gulping cold water, juice, beer,  anything 1 could grab.  It really didn't subside until  that night. Wow! Was that ever  good. What was in it? That  telltale paper bag full of stuff  was whal. But to this day I have  loved that subtle pinch of curry  in chicken. Try it, only one  tablespoon, though.  LIBRARY NEWS  The Roberts Creek Library is  in full swing again this fall,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, except for the Monday  story hour which has .been  cancelled for now.  If you are going into business  for yourself, come to the library  and peruse the BC Small  Business1 Financial Profiles put  out by the provincial government. See you at the library!  FIREHALL NEWS  The public is invited to come  on out to the Roberts Creek  Voluntejer Fire Department's  Open House, Saturday, October 13 from 10am to 2pm.  NEWS ITEMS  Once again our very capable  columnist, Janice Leighton, is  going to be writing the Roberts  Creek column. If you have any  news items or stories of interest  about Roberts Creek you think  readers would be interested in,  give Janice a call evenings at  88.5-3541.  LEGION LINEUP  Talent Night winners were all  singers, with first prize going to  Todd Brown and second prize  was won by Cher Munroe.  There will be a Hallowe'en  Dance Friday, October 26 with  entertainment by 'Beaver'.  The Ladies Auxiliary will be  having a Harvest Bake Sale and  Brunch Saturday, October 28  from 1 lam to 2pm at the legion.  Donations would be appreciated.  HANDS UP!   3^  FRENCH MANICURES15^^C=  REG. MANICURE $10                    \  ALSO: Pedicure's. Foot Muaeige. Waxing.  Peach Paraffin Treatment. 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TWO LOCATIONS SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY   GIBSONS    WHARF AND DOLPHIN   SECHELT *��*�����*�� IWfmiMMIM  octorer7*i3 BUILDING SUPPLIES.!  **"���*"���*��   ���   "��������*��"���������     ��� lU      TlJ/n   I n/tar,/e���<e  ......���,ur anae>T u.r.ueuav     P.IBCnUC      litHlRt Hah nni DUlu     ccreire, ll  4  lUl"  mmmwmwmjmmjmWmmmm The New SI. John's United Church In Davis Bay was dedicated In ceremonies last week.  ���Reiser Nie.tlol.lon photo  New church dedicated  The new St. John's United  ���Church at Davis Bay was  dedicated Sunday, September  23 with Reverend Stan Sears  conducting the service, the first  in the new building.  Keys were formally presented  by Keith Watson-Donald, the  architect, lo Jack and Sheila  Pope, who stood for the  trustees and the building committee. Reverend Jim Elliott of  First United represented  Presbytery. A stirring sermon  was preached by Reverend Wes  Bray, no stranger to the Sunshine Coast.  A pioneer tea was held on  rpfioflzzfl  ���I MORE THAN CLOTHING  %.,.-s.t.J., Some Original Designs  J^oumtoum dxcuzits Cieek  SSrt-W"  FINANCE vs  FASHION?  Not anymore. Today women make aa  many financial deciseona aa fashion  decisions > for ttecemelvea and their  houacholda.  . To help them make the right choices,  more and more women arc consulting  Investors for confidential advice on  achieving financial security and growth  for their money.  Make the right decision. Call us today.  Your resident Investors Planning Team  J.N.W.(Jim) BUDDSr.  , 885-3397  MltXVBSaTOIS      DEBORAH MEALIA        wmmm*m.m*a*ma* 886-8771  Group  profit from our experience  J.H.(Jlm) BUDDJr.  886-8771  Friday followed by a dinner on  Saturday evening attended by  former ministers Reverend Men  Reid, Reverend Bob Scales and  Reverend Meredith Dallman.  Mesages were received from  Reverend Murray Cameron,  Reverend Jim Williamson and  Jean Cross contributed a poem  written by Reverend H.J.  Bevan, St. John's first minister.  On September 30, a celebration service was conducted by  Reverend Stan Sears when the  St. John's congregation was  joined by the congregation of  the Gibsons United Church. A  combined choir of 30 voices  sang a powerfully moving selection composed by Ken Dalgleish  for the event.  Coast News, October 8,1990  Hi.lfmonn B.iy  Plan for autumn lunch  by Ruth Forrester, MS-24H  The Spring Luncheons at  Welcome Beach Hall are always  popular events, so now there  will be an Autumn Lunch, a  chance for a good hot lunch and  some good chatting.  If you don't drive, there will  be a member happy to pick you  up and deliver you home. Call  Grace at 885-5269 or Marion at  885-5270 for information. The  date is Thursday at noon and  price is $3.  Everyone will be welcome,  especially any former members  who have moved away from  Halfmoon Bay.  We hope that you are by now  planning to help out at the  Giant Flea Market at the hall on  Sunday, October 21. Baked  items will be gratefully teceived,  as will plants and anything else  you may have to donate to the  Welcome Beach white elephant  tables.  This is a fundraising community affair to help raise  money for improvements to the  kitchen at the hall. Everyone  will benefit from such change,  especially the good ladies who  spend so much time preparing  scrumptious meals for the  various social events at the hall.  It has been years since any  changes were made in the kit  chen and this is well overdue.  These people are, by the way,  all volunteers who help the community.  COSTUME DANCE  It's been a few years since the  Welcome Beach Community  Association had a Hallowe'en  Dance. This will be rectified  now as Saturday, October 27 is  the date for such an event this  year. There will be prizes for  WOOD STOVES  ��� IMtTAH.ro ���  H/0/lMf EPA ftofffty��|  Side Loading  ICUSTOM FIRESCREEN!  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ROMANTIC REDROOFFS  Last Saturday, on a lovely  sunny afternoon there wa$ a  pretty bride and a handsome  groom being marrwd in the little  Church of His Presence on  Redrooffs.  Nothing too unusual about  this, except that there didn't  seem to be any local guests present. It turrnrd out that the bride  was from Mexico and the  groom from Kamloops.  Some of the guests were from  Mexico and others from the  mainland and the interior. A  long way from home for most  of them, but they must have  chosen this special little place  carefully.  On the same day, same time,  there was another lovely wedding on Coopers Green when  Christine Munson and Bruce  Mills exchanged vows. They are  a local couple and we wish them  many years of happiness  together.  Coopers Green was the scene of the September 29th wedding of  local couple Bruce Mills and Christine Munson, attended by Dave  Begalow and Ralean Phillips. -Ruth Forrester photo  -ROBERTS CREEK-  Volunteer Fire Department  CoidiaCfy fJnmtti ih\ ZPuGCic to an  OPEN HOUSE  Saturday, October 13, 10am-2pm  l  ,  We Still Hake  House  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  in a day when personal service seems like s chapter from history,  vou ii be pleased with Alllad's genuine concern. Call us. Ws'll  make a helpful house call...right away.  LED WRAY'S TRANSFER LTO.  Custom packing, storage, local m long distance moving.  Panda. Harbour cualomeara    ajae eleej  plana CALL C0LLICT.      OOB*sOD<*  HWY 101, GIBSONS  WANTED  Experienced  accountant/bookkeeper  to work two - three days a week,  Madeira Park area.  Reply  HARBOUR PUBLISHING  Box 219  Madeira Park  B.C. 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There was a meeting in  Sechelt, but it was of parties in-  teresteed in stopping the spraying  of the very questionable herbicide known as Vision.  Apologies to Robi Petraschuk and everyone else who  wanted this important meeting  publicized. The meeting was,  however, very successful and  late Friday afternoon unofficial  notice was given that both Terminal Forest Products and  Forestry will withdraw their applications to spray Vision in the  Kleindale area.  Congratulations to Grace  Pazur, Robi Petraschuk and  everyone else who has been  fighting the big guys who don't  seem   to   tare   much   about  anyone's water supply.  DIAMOND NITF.  There are still tickets  available for this Saturday's  Ladies' Diamond Nite, but they  are being sold on a first come,  first served basis. Tickets cannot be held or reserved. They  are available at the Paper Mill  at $50 each.  Be forwarned. This will be a  diamond night like no other. In  addition to the great dinner,  refreshments, and prizes (first  prize is, of course, a diamond  ring), there will be professional  entertainment.  Comedienne Janice Ungaro,  direct from Punchlines comedy  club in Vancouver, will appear,  and (a little later), exotic dancer  Johnathan will perform (no,  ihis isn't Pender Harbour Lion  Skookumchuck walk-a-thon  by Dixie Percy 883-9206  Well, I hope you're all  thoroughly stuffed from your  Thanksgiving dinners and not  too tired of turkey sandwiches  yel - a delicate balance with  these "turkey holidays". It's Ihe  pumpkin pie with the whipped  cream that I get too much of  but I'm not complaining!  The Egmont Lions' Walk-a-  thon on the Skookumchuck  Trail was very successful in rais  ing money for the Egmont  Lions which ihey will donate to  Ihe Pender Harbour Jaws of  Life fund. Way lo go, walkers!  The government dock is  undergoing some renovations.  The old storage shed has been  removed and a newer, larger  shed is replacing it. I'm sure  Vera will appreciate the extra  room.  There were some beautiful  rainbows lo be seen around Egmont last week if you peeked  oul your windows between rain  showers.  This week's friendly reminders arc: Save your returnable  cans and bottles and drop them  off at the Community Hall.  Bathgaie's Store is back on  its winter hours. That means  later openings on Saturdays and  Sundays, 9-5:30. Monday to  Friday remains at 7-5:30.  OCTOBKR BIRTHDAYS  Flo Williams, Bob Bowles,  Maureen Griffith, Rose Ellen  Nichols, Ella Cummings, Gina  McKenna, Kate Patterson,  ,Vlikc Silvey, Gabriella Vaughan, Pelra Knock, Valerie Silvey,  Shirley Hall, Alexander and  Alan O'Neill, Helen Jerema,  Erin Fearn, Lanke Lovas, Arthur Jensen, Robert Silvey, Colleen Silvey, Al O'Neill, Ruth  Campbell, Shane Wallace, Lean  O'Neill....  Anniversary  wishes lo  Iris  and Billy Griffith.  John Forward or John Down  ing, this is 'Johnathan' from  Vancouver and I don't think  he'll be doing a female impersonation).  DART NITE  The Pender Harrjour Legion  will resume their weekly dfirt  nights on October 18. Registra-  Artists help clinic  tion, I assume, is at the bar.  HELP  Serendipity Playschool needs  a refrigerator donated to them  so that the children can be  taught cooking skills as part of  their program.  Call Lois Ross at 883-9971 if  you can help.  by Iris Griffith  "When I set up this raffle, I  said maybe we could raise $1000  for the clinic. Now I'd like to  present $1762.51."  Bea McFarlane gave a cheque  to Dirretor Peter Grabenhof  toward the planned expansion  of Pender Harbour Health Centre on Sunday at the Centre  Society's meeting. She represented Harbour artists, a self-  help painters' group with a  tradition of helping the Health  Centre.  Mrs. McFarlane gave credit  to the two artists June Malaka  and Fran Evans who donated  the painting prizes, and to her  husband Mac for hard work on  the raffle. The meeting applauded this highly successful  effort and noted the many  donations which total $42,000  to date.  Members authorized their  board to go ahead with plans to  add one wing or two, whichever  is found most feasible, on the  existing building.  Regarding cost of expansion,  Grabenhof, chairman of the  building committee, pointed out  that one third has been promised from the BC Lottery Fund,  provided there is a 'yes' vote in  November's referendum and  donations are still coming in,  cutting the cost even further.  He added voters will be asked  to okay the whole cost,  however, as if no grants or gifts  were available.  "You mean, the voters'  ballots will say $260,000 but it  will really cost only half that?"  an incredulous member asked.  Yes, replied Ihe directors, that's  the way the government requires it. "Then we'll have to  tell the voters," concluded the  member.  Though directors and members agree the clinic needs more  space, the meeting left options  open on how far to expand at  once.  Theresa Kishkan, Ian Mac-  Kay and Joan Rae were elected  to the board. Sincere thanks for  their time, thought and effort  went to retiring directors Dick  Jones and Norm Cattermole.  VAL'S DIAMOND NITE SPECIAL  Ladies...  Present your Ladies  Diamond Nite Ticket for  10% DISCOUNT  Saturday, October 13th  *      ywjj HAIR STUDIO  llg CALL 883-2545  HELP THE LIONS CLUB  HELP THE COMMUNITY  Pender Harbour Lions Club k'^jj  &  Sat., Oct. 13, 7Vm ^ L$-,500<��>  Community Hall J^mond Rj���g^  Tickets Available at: Pender Harbour Paper Mill        . --i  DINNER FEATURE  EACH DAY  as well as our menu  SHOPPING  jxenmar UJrapertes  & NEEDIECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  vj u mj Building  "r    Supplies  883-9551  HOME/.1U.  BUILDING CENTRE  ^MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  J  cfrvines  landing  Ratine <pub  ; pleased to announce their fall & winter hours.  Effective October 15th, our hours will be:  11 a.m. - 11 p.m. ��� , Sat. &. Sun.  3 p.m. - 11 p.m. ��� Wed., Thurs. Si Fri.  Closed Monday 6e. Thursday  Join lis  FOR GOOD FOOD  & GOOD TIMES  Your patronage over the summer season was much  appreciated, and we look forward to serving  you this winter,  Telephone: 883-1145  K��� ��� nvMW ef  SERVICES  683-9303  0��k Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  3,onn .Ifrnau \  Marina *  HIIAI SHCePPINC.  7 Days a Weeh  All Chevron Products  883-2253  COMPLETE  GARDEN  CENTRE  DPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  NURSERY  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Located at Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  9:<l'.mi    t:M pm 883-9183  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  8, tear-Round Moorage  883-2406  HAIRDRESSERS  V\- YYYYV  \>>x.x.x.xx>  '<;XXXX.XX>  \y v *-a*Vt:r,w7\.' \y \  )<\ in~Vertce Vorth^/V  ,/\/\X    yv\/\l  yyW/VY  vvvvVVV  /VVVVVVX  V sAeAAAA  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  ',i M. Ne.rih .et Garden Hay Rd.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 112  ~~PENDER HARBOUR  LEGION  Members & Guests  Always Welcome  Telephone M3-9632  $  jCwue'ft resort  BOAT RENTALS  O  AIR  883-2456  Peninsula Power &  Cable Ltd.  HtRh m low VolUftr Powfr lint*.  Outdoor Sub-SI jtinrn  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  ta Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  l^ 883-9046  deahorse  instruction  CBNXBl HARDWAXX  /���rESr^  hardmr*  houMfrarM  tackle  paint  885*9914  <g)  idive*  Ou'  fWet  FOODLINER  w fllatrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  REFLECTIONS  Hair Studio  For appointment call M3-2545  A  DINING  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe if. Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  Garden Bay  Hotel  Peeb. Walorrronl Hoslauraill, Moorage. Air  Charters. Flailing Charters, Bike Rentals  883 IeJ74 fub   688-9919 RealUurint  BEAVER ISLAND  CAFE ti GROCERY  888-8108  Breakfasts a Lunch Specials  ^Jgej^Bube.^'MovlijRiBntals  Prndrr Kirbaur  Restaurant  Canadian * Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  MOBILE HOMES  Now ind Uiid ��� Instant Homing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  SUPPORT  YOUR  FRIENDS &  NEIGHBOURS  Coast  estern Airlines Ltd.  lo' resefv.ileons/intormation on  dae-y scheduled Iligiils & charters  call 885-4711 (Sunshine Coast)  684-8768 (Vancouver)  HUGH W. IONES  Lawyer  883-9525  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  ���h-mii  *TYPING  ���WORD PROCESSING  ���FAX SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  Pender Harbour  Realty Ud.  883-9525  i \\ 883-9524  Sechelt  SHOE REPAIR  Pender Harbour drop off:  The Paper Mill  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Rep,iir  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  The Sunshine  COASTNKW��  Lh  mmmmM  I Glbioiu Volunteer Fire Department gave an Instructional talk and  display on .Tire Prevention to Gibsons Elementary studenb last  Friday morning. -bat Sheridan pernio  Fire Prevention  In an effort to reduce the loss of life and property from the  ravages of Are, the Volunteer Fire Departments of the Sunshine Coast are pleased to participate in Fire Prevention  Week (October 7 to 14).  Fire Prevention Week is an excellent time to review your  home Are safety measures and equipment, to talk with family  members about Are safety, and to practice your family fire  escape plan.  Most school-aged children will have brought home a fire  escape plan distributed by the local fire departments. These  pamphlets when completed by both the parents and children,  provide families a real chance to survive a fire, should one occur in the home.  For the kids this year, most Fire Departments are sponsoring the 'Fire Chief for the Day' contest, where one lucky  name will be picked from a barrel and that child will be made  Honourary Fire Chief for the day and will be able to participate in some important Fire Department activities.  To make this program successful, your family Are escape  plan must be practiced, .So on Tuesday evening at 7 pm CBC  Radio, BCTV and some Fire Departments on the Coast will  be reminding the public to practice the plan by sending a  signal over the radio, TV and with sirens, so when you hear  any of these signals, practice your escape.  Some other ideas for Fire Prevention Week include:  Changing the battery in your smoke alarms; checking your  Are extinguisher for readiness at home and at work; arranging to have your chimney cleaned; clean up rubbish such as  cardboard, scrap wood, dead leaves, etc. in and around your  home; and lastly, think Fire Safety!  And remember, folks, the Are that is prevented is unquestionably the one best handled by the Fire Service.  D.ivis B.iy News ��* Views  Coast News, October 8,1990  11.  Bus use helps environment  Lauralee SoiB - 885-5212/3510  I am doing my bit to help the  environment by not driving my  car as much. I am taking the  bus and walking home unless I  get a ride. It is really nice to see  how busy the bus is. When it  Arst started it seemed to be pretty well empty. What we need  now is the route increased so  there is a bus leaving Sechelt for  Gibsons, around Ave o'clock. If  there is anyone else around who  would ride the bus if there was a  later one, let me know, maybe  we should get a petition going!  FLEA MARKETS  The Sunshine Slimmers are  holding two Aea markets at the  Wilson Creek Hall on Saturday,  November 3 and December 1  from 9 'til noon. Tables can be  rented   by   calling   Joan   at  885-2098.  ASSOCIATION MEETING  Don't forget the change of  day for the Community Association monthly meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 pm.  A COMPANION FOR PefcPE  fine you lonely? Would you  like the companionship, during  Ihe day, of a nice dog called  Pepe? She is a six year old Collie cross, who is blind. She loves  people and is an easy dog to  lake for a walk. She is lonely  and would love companionship  while her family is away during  the day. She lives in Selma Park  so anyone living in between  Selma Park and Sechelt could  become a foster parent. Give  Tammy a call at 885-5990 for  more information.  HEART BRIDGE  If you love playing bridge,  here's another opportunity to  play while helping a very worthwhile charity. This is the  seventh year for Heart Bridge.  You have to play nine games of  20 hands before May 1991.  You form your own four  some and each time you play,  the four of you each pay $2  which is donated to the Heart  Fund.  There is a booklet you can get  and information is available  from Margaret Peterson at  886-7759. In June there is a  wind-up with prizes.  HAPPY BIRTHDAYS  To Teddybears Asia, Lexy  and Vaughn, who are having  birthdays in October.  Qolf project  After meeting in-camera last week, the Sechell Council  provisionally accepted the bid of the Olsen Brothers Group to  build the municipality's new 18-hole golf course.  "The firm has requested 90 days to get a Arm financial  package in place," said Administrator Malcolm Shanks, adding that lite council considered three bids for the Job.  Candidates  Political newcomers Arthur 'Art' Whistler, and Peggy  Wagner have announced their candidacies for aldermen of  the Municipality of Sechelt. Whistler Is a former mechanical  engineer, Ms Wagner a retired highschool mathematics  teacher.  As of this date, Stm Dixon, Nancy MacLarty and current  Swhelt Alderman David Wells are the only announced candidates for the mayor's chair, being vacated by Tom  Meredith.  THE PQLUTIQN  SOLUTION  VAb fceaC  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded to the first correct entry  drawn which locates the above. Send your entries to reach the  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last  week's winner was Andrew Orr of Madeira Park who correctly  guessed that the snake box is at Ruby Lake Resort.  Sechelt Seniors  by Joyce Ostry  A balanced diet is crucial for  good health and Atness at all  ages. Older Canadians need  nutrients in the same proportions as younger people do: only  energy needs change. As your  metabolism (basic body energy  needs) slows with age, fewer  calories are needed.  But you must still eat an  assortment of foods to give  your body the variety of  nutrients it requires. Plan  nutritious and appealing meals  (lots of colour) and snacks using  ���Canada's Food Guide.  In addition, it is wise to drink  plenty of Auids, limit foods that  are high in sugar, saturated fats  and cholesterol and use salt in  moderation. (We hear this so  often, I think we turn off our  ears).  Staying active is important  for digestion and elimination  and allows an individual to eat  more, increasing the likelihood  that the body will receive all  needed nutrients. For those who  enjoy the time at the table,  physical activity has added advantages!  Our body weight is the result  of an energy balance. When this  balance is upset, weight is lost  or gaimd.  If you want to reduce excess  poundage, do it the way you  gained it - gradually. Crash diets  are unhealthy, unbalanced and  usually give short term results.  Move as often as possible and  burn energy with exercise. Now  that we are definitely in the fall  season, our exercise slows up. I  still have the exercise guide that  you can send for - my name, in  care of the paper and I'll get it.  Up and coming activities include a dinner on October 27 at  6 pm. The Squwe Dancers are i  hosting so phone John Miller at:  885-7792 or  Vic  Southin  at  885-9879 for tickets. Do it soon I  as tickets go quickly. i  The Christmas Bazaar is on  November 17 and anyone can  contribute goods and would be;  appreciated.  We invite all members toj  come out on Thursday morn-1  ings. The crafts people tell me |  they can use elastic, fabric, lace i  and ribbon. Didn't you want to'  clean out that sewing box,  anyway?  One doesn't have to be a  senior   to   donate!   Phone |  Virginia Ekdahl at 885-3584 and  arrange a time to leave your  donations at the hall on Mermaid Street.  *  Bel on the Perfect Gift  la gone, ky it away on our  Con-mnient Plan  A  ipperskids  885-5255  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  ,^��  c                    Installed  -���..  ;.  ^? ~  -|We Have Tho Largest Selection!.  |    Of Samples On The Coast.    |  ~  '���  Bruce - Kahrs - Tarketi  �� Robbins Sykos -  INTEX 886-3730 Cellular 1-240-1044  =3"-  School District  No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  INFORMATION" MEETING  For parents in  Langdale, Gibsons, Cedar Grove,  Roberts Creek school zones  with children born between  November 1,1985 and April 30,1986  who could be enrolled in school  January, 1991  You are invited to attend a meeting at  Cedar Grove Elementary (Community Use Room)  October 15, 7:30 pm  NEW & USED  GUNS  AVAILABLE  ���AMMO  Fishing Tackle  Sleeping Bags  Located at  8649 Teredo St.,  ���Sechelt  Green Gables  Building ,���m.  Next to IW  Royal Terraces  883-4090  emstolk's Hunting  & Fishing Supplies 12. Coast News, October 8,1990  Call for responsible management  300 decry Forestry practices  are part), and we've beta effectively denied any meaningful  dialogue with Forestry  officials."  (This particular point was re-  addressed with vehement  knowledgeability by Michael  Conway-Brown, a Powell River  resident who has long been involved with various Coast communities' struggles against  capricious and indiscriminate  spraying.  Addressing Barry Mountain  with a familiarity born of  numerous personal encounters,  Conway-Brown challenged  Mountain to "...let the people  know about your intention to  spray as soon as you file the permit. Give us a chance for a  meaningful public hearing!")  Wrapping up her opening  remarks, Ms Rubin observed  that "We've been told that we  are ignorant, that our fears are  unfounded, and that therefore  our concerns are hysterical.  And if we don't like it we can go  to the Environmental Appeal  .Board."  Exhibiting what appeared to  be some indignation, Ms Rubin  added "We are not ignorant! In  many cases we are better informed than Forestry  workers." As for the Appeal  Board itself, Ms Rubin pointed  out that the board does not have  a mandate to halt spraying, but  only to rule on the validity of  the permits issued and the way  in which the peermits are applied.  SCEPP spokesman and professional tree planter, Steve  Cohl, addressed the matter of  alternative methods of brush  management. He noted that  such methods as slwep grazing  and manual brushing have been  utilized in many other areas,  and done so very successfully.  "Forestry management must be responsible to the needs of  the community!"  Cohl further pointed out that  quite often blocks targeted for  spraying do not need any treatment (of any sort) whatsoever,  and noted that extra expense is  then involved. One of the side  benefits to manual brushing,  Cohl suggested, is the fact that  it creates jobs for local  residents.  Maria McCartney, SCEPP  member said she wanted "...a  committment to herbicide-free  management in this district!  The Forest Service must  themselves delve into already  existing research on Vision and  implement ecologically sound  management."  Ms McCartney ended on a  note which was sounded over  and over again throughout the  evening, once the floor was  thrown over to the audience:  "Forestry management must be  responsible to the needs of the  community!"  With the SCEPP presentation completed, moderator  Evans then called on anyone  who wished to come forward  and make brief statements on  behalf of organized groups. A  long line quickly formed at the  floor microphone.  All in all some 19 groups  made their presence felt and  support for the anti-Vision  citizens' lobby known. These  groups included, among others,  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (Brett McGillivray), the  Municipality of Sechelt (,\lder-  man Bob Graham), Sunshine  Coast Teachers' Association,  Pender Harbour and District  Ratepayers Association,  Hospital Employees' Union,  United Fishermen and e\llie*d  Workers, Coast Association for  the Protection of the Environment, and the Sunshine Coast  Watershed Alliance, a fledgling  organization only hours old at  the time.  About 20 members of the audience made their way to the  floor microphone and waited  patiently for their turn to speak  to the issue. Virtually all spoke  with obvious concern and much  indignation to the same core  issue, but there was a rainbow  of rhetoric which encompassed  a wide variety of personal  perspectives.  Sam Moses, naturalist and  erstwhile columnist for the  Coast News, made a moving  plea on behalf of the "creatures  of the forest and the water."  Reminding the huslKd crowd  that human bangs are animals,  mammals, Moses spoke softly  about how "We humans are at  the top of the food chain and  have a special responsibility to  manage it correctly."  He conjured up an image of  deer licking leaves coated with  herbicides, and judging from  the quietude which accompanied the end of his brief statement, many in the stands had  taken his point.  Dr. Brian Myhill-Jones,  Sechelt physician, cautioned  that a lack of understanding of  the chemicals which go to make  up herbicides could be responsible for several puzzling illnesses  confronting the medical profession in the last few years.  Myhill-Jones went into a  lengthy and rather technical  discourse on the atomic and  molecular structures of such  dangerous chemicals as chlorine  and iodine, the jist of which was  that until further in-depth study  and research in this area is  done, the potential for long  term human .damage cannot t>e  discounted.  maria McCartney  Near the end of the evening,  NDP candidate Howard White,  addressed Barry Mountain  directly. "Because you are not a  politician, you are in a position  to over-rule public concern. The  NDP is firmly committed to  revamp the spraying permit appeal process. Management of  forests should be turned over to  local boards. And then (you)  Barry Mountain would have to  answer to a board."  In her final comments on  behalf of SCEPP, Carole Rubin  declared that "We are not looking merely for better notification of pesticide application.  We are looking for a situation  where in BC, and particularly  on the Sunshine Coast, pesticides will be a thing of the  put."  As a pan of his parting shot,  Barry Mountain said he was  willing to commit to "further  research, alternative methods to  brush management, and more  public input."  Although many attending the  debate said they were skeptical  about Forestry's inclination to  change, Barry Mountain apparently was serious in his commitment to just that.  In a phone call to the Coast  Netws the next morning, Mountain said that "As a result of  everything I heard last night, we  are reviewing the entire situation. The area in Kleindale (near  Pender Harbour) will not be  sprayed. 1 have withdrawn our  applications and am looking at  alternatives."  Mountain went on to say that  he would be "...reviewing the  use of herbicides in areas near  water supplies. We will be doing  more research. And I intend  that we shall provide more opportunities for greater public involvement in the process."  Asked about the status of the  blocks in the Roberts  Creek/Wilson Creek/Langdale  area insofar as future spraying  is concerned, Mountain said  "The people there can rest  easy."  FIRE PREVENTION  WEEK  Family Fire Drill  Tuesday, October 9th,  7:00 P.M.  Come & loin Us in Wishing  Our Mascot  BURNY THE FIRE DOG'  A HAPPY BIRTHDAY  AT OUR OPEN HOUSE  Gibsons Fire Hall 01,  790 North Road  Saturday, October 13, 1-4 P.M.  MENTAL HEALTH  ��� ,        ��� ��� '; ,  You are Invited to become part of the creation j  of the Sunshine Coast Branch of the Canadian  Mental Health Association  Come and hew Beth Jennings speak on the value  of having CMHA In our community.  I      WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10th  7:30 PM  j Marine Room (Mow Gibsons Library)  I ^rtn,r Information phons  \mjat  Thi$4iP9mlHfi  886-9194, 886-7055, 685-3736  DUTHIE  BOOKS  B Y  MAIL  FOR ALL YOUR .BOOK NEEDS  DUTHIE BOOKS  REFERENCE OR ENTERTAINMENT  MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT  WE HAVE A GREAT STOCK OF  I70I WEST THIRD AVENUE  GENERAL, TECHNICAL A TRADE  VANCOUVER. BC   V6J 1K7  BOOKS OVER 60 THOUSAND  TOLL-FRI E   l-BOO-663-t 174  TITLES IN t50 SUBJECTS  FAX  (604)732-3765  m^attmmmmmtmmmm  m. Coast News, October B, 1990  13.  The Sunshine  Second Section  Meredith exits with "no apologies"  by Jan Michael Sherman  He hits his office at 8 am,  coffee and Players at the ready.  ("I'm looking for a doctor  who's overweight, a heavy  smoker, and likes it that way!")  He puts in a minimum of 30  hard-chairing hours a week at a  job which carries a stipend of  $10,600.  He turned 70 a couple of  weeks back, has lived on the  Sunshine Coast for a decade,  and has a reputation in some  quarters as being something of  an autocratic SOB. For the past  two years his brusque, larger-  than-life personal style has been  center stage as Meredith tore into his first term as Mayor of the  Municipality of Sechelt.  A bright, quick, complex  man with the endearing quality  of teeing able to laugh at  himself, Tom Meredith is a  physically imposing man with  the intriguing aspect of a road-  weary carney. A shrewd observer of the human condition, and  savvy judge of character,  Meredith nonetheless has a  tendency to shoot himself in the  foot from time to time.  When we sat down with His  Worship, only two days had  passed since Sechelt voters  stomped all over the proposed  Block 7 development, and  Meredith still harboured a small  residue of bitterness, along with  a few other still-unresolved feelings about the debacle.  CN: "Is Block 7 dead, Mister  Mayor? And, if not, what  scenario do you foresee unfolding in the coming weeks and  months?"  M: "Dead? No! Not in my  vim! It depends on the new  council which takes over (after  the November elections). We  can't go back to the voters for  six months, at least not in the  same form of three separate  issues. But 1 wouldn't back off  from Block 7, not for a minute!  It may take three referendums  to pass it. And mayor or not,  I'll still work like hell for it!"  CN: "Do you see the extraordinary vote against Block 7 as  an indirect repudiation of you  and your administration?"  M: (grinning) "Depends who  you talk to. Nancy (McLarty,  Mayoral candidate) seems to  regard Block 7 as something of  a 'popularity contest'. That's  about as far from the truth as  you can get, as I see it. I consider the Block 7 development  as entirely non-political."  CN: "Then what do you  think the voters were saying?"  M: "Oh, hell, I think there  were a number of factors at  play. First and foremost was  that people were afraid of the  money and taxes involved. Peo  ple know, or at least sense that  there's a recession coming, if it  isn't already here. A lot of people in our community live on  fixed incomes, which can make  any rise in personal overhead  anxiety-producing."  CN: "A few people have  sugested, quite seriously, that  for you, personally, Block 7  represented a kind of permanent 'monument' to yourself."  M: "Oh, for God's sake!  What do they think? That I'd  want to name it Meredith  Square or something? These  developments are important to  the life of the community. And  that's it. Take the aquatic centre  as an example. It's got nothing  to do with Tom Meredith's ego!  "We're talking about a facility of great importance to our  kids, as well as seniors and  others. Our kids claim they've  nowhere to go and nothing to  do, and we adults agree and  then we turn down something  like the aquatic centre. It's hard  for me to understand."  CN: "There are those who  are concerned about your  health, about whether it might  affect your ability to handle  another term, if you run."  M: (sly smile) "If I run. Well,  I'm still thinking about it. There  are a lot of folk who'd like me  to. My wife says she'll be happy  if I do, and overjoyed if I don't!  (Meredith laughs uproariously).  As for my health, why I've got  high blood pressure, but it's  well taken care of.  "Back last November 1 had a  gall bladder flareup. No stones,  but the damn thing got infected  and blew up like a cucumber.  But I'm in good health, generally. Nothing that will prevent me  from doing what 1 want in my  life."  CN: "One last question  about Block 7, Mister Mayor.  Did your personal 'political  radar' give you any kind of early warning about what might  happen at the polls?"  M: "I felt the seniors' issue  would pass with a good majority! 1 figured that the municipal  hall complex would manage to  squeak through. Frankly, I  couldn't call it on the aquatic  centre at all. Not that I'm a betting man, mind you."  CN: "The recent 'dust-up' in  council over your 'unilateral'  appointment of a citizens' committee (to look into elected officials' roles and remuneration)  seemed to vaidate once again  your so-called political arrogance, power-tripping and  petulence. How do you respond  to these kinds of perceptions  some people, including some of  your own council, have of  you?"  M: "I have absolutely no  apologies to make for myself. I  do what I think is ebest, take my  (occasional) lumps, and just get  on with it. I can see that I might  intimidate people now and then,  but, hell, I've only got one vote  in seven. I call things as I see  them, don't believe in beating  around the bloody bush!  (Meredith chuckles) Some people perceive this to be a fault."  CN: "How do you  yourself as mayor so far?"  M: "First and foremost it's a  pretty damn good council. The  mayor really has little power,  just a vote! We've done a lot in  the community but you can't do  it all, or that much, in two  years."  Please turn to page 24  "The Mayor really has little power, just a vote."  JM55UP NATIONAL UAl  UTO3>tSTATt SfKVtCE  Seniors Consultant, Buying, Sailing,  Ratlramant Planning. LIST YOUR PROPERTY  WITH EXPERIENCE - free EMftuttoff  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  RES:8M-7134 0FFICE:ia6-2277 VAN:6BM513  u  |.R. (|tM) MUNRO  SECURITY GUARDS FOR:  ON SITE PATROLLING OF  ��� Shopping Malls ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events ��� Condominiums  ��� Private Residences  / 'SUNCOAST  MOBILE PATROLS  Radio Equipped ��� Marked Cars  UCENSED BONDED INSURED  885-4412  FOR SALE  Soames Point Homa  ���v Feeney Road  * 3 Bedroom  * Kltohen Nook  v Close To Beach  * 2 Bathroom  ." Partial View  ���131,000 ��� 886-  An Invitation to Small Business  People and Entrepreneurs  ���Starting a business?  ���Expanding an existing business?  ���Manufacturing a product?  ���Exporting a product?  The Ministry of Regional and Economic Development  can help. Economic Development Coordinators from  the Mainland/Southwest Region will be in Sechelt/Gibsons  Wednesday, October 17 and Thursday, October 18  Sunshine Coast Regional District Office  5477 Wharf Street, Sechelt  To book an appointment in Sechelt/Gibsons lor one-on-one  discussions ot your business .proposals and ideas, contact:  The Government Agents Olfice In Sechelt,  Phone: 885-5187 or fax: 885*3710  mmH .fftfJMWef MltffMMMJf  Creating a Climate for Growth.  Harold Long, MLA  eHonouraeM* Stanley I. Hagan  Minister of Raglonal and Economic Davelopmant  <rt***T<"IT,"i 14.  Coast News, October 8,1990  EJ6LRE.  A carved and painted rocking horse by H.J. Almond Is one of the  many exhibits to be seen at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in  Secheit. ��� Kent Sheridan photo  the  TERRACE  "llll "i'l||||||||||||||||||i|lill"'""i|i|iiir  AT BONNIEBROOK  CHICKEN JANETTE  Boneless breast of free range Fraser Valley chicken,  stuffed with spinach and smoked salmon,  served with champagne sauce,  and garnished with blue cheese.  SI3.75  NEW FALL HOURS:  Friday - Tuesday, 5:30 - 9:30  Sunday Branch, 10 - 2 PM  ^(CLOSED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY^  886*2188  VLA5SIFIFIJ ADS  Notice Board  M  Survival Wilderness First Aid Course (34 hrs) will be ottered In Gibsons, starting  Oct. 23. For inlormation call Eileen, B86-4941  Pitt Natal Classes Tues.. Ocl. 9 at Gibsons Health Unit. 7 to 9 pm. Everyone  welcome. To register call Wendy Burlin 885-7132  Overeaten Anonymous meetings Saturdays, starting Oct. 13 Irom t tarn io 12 at  Oavis Bay Gospel Chapel. Davis Bay Rd Join us II you have a desire lo stop  overeating. For Inlo 885-7760.  Coasl Aiioclitlen lir tin Preservation ol the Environment meeting at 7:30 pm.  Oct. It Community Services Building. For Inlo call. 885-7502.  Dr. John McDougall "Eat your way to Dynamic HnMi" Oct. 20th. 9:30 ��� 5:301  7:30 - 8:30. UBC Sub tickets 228-2711.  SkMN Iranch ol St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary regular monthly meeting Thurs  Oct. 11 at 1:30 pm at St. Hilda's Hall. We welcome all members and friends.  Sunshine Coast Puce CommHtm meeting on Oct 15 at 7:30 pm at Roberts  Creek School Library will leature a speaker on 'the Persian Gull and Canadian  security'. Everyone welcome.  District il Sechelt Concerned Citizens Assoc, general meeting Tues., Oct. 18 at  7:30 pm at Greencourt Hall. Everyone welcome.  Elphinstone Electors' Assoc, general meeting Wed., Oct. tOat 7:30 pm at Cedar  Grove Elementary School. All Area 'E' residents welcome and urged to attend.  Holy Family Church Mint Sat., Oct. 20, 10-2 in the hall behind the church.  Free admission, crafts, taking, white elephant.  Shorncliffe Auillliry monthly meeting Tues., Oct. 16 at 1:30 pm in the conference room.  SC BusleMss�� Professional Women's Club dinner meeting will be at Pronto's at  6pm Tues., Oct. 16. We will be having a 'weekender' fashion show. For info  Carolyno 885-9029 or Frelda 885-9557.  Gibsons Branch F.O.S. video 'Understanding Schizophrenia' Mon., Oct.. 15 at  7:30 pm at Ihe Garibaldi Health Unit, S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons. Also to be shown  Mon., Oct. 22al 1:30 pmat Harmony Hall. Discussion lo follow, all welcome. For  Info 886-3534.  Amnesty IMirniUMil presents an evening ol music and poetry featuring local artists, Oct. 14 at 7:30 pm at the Arts Centre. Regular monthly meeting at Sechelt  Elementary will be Oct. 17 at 7 pm.  Pevetrt-Tot Drop-In begins Mon., Oct. 15 at St. Hilda's Hall Sechelt and Tues.,  Oct. 16 at Wilson Creek Community Hall from 9:30 to 11:30 am.  Toastmiitiu IntirnitlMal October meetings will be Oct. 10 and 24 at Greencourt  IMI Sechelt at 7:15 pm.  Bm Club general meeting Oct. 14 at 2 pm at 1051 Fircrest Rd., Gibsons.  Msrts Creek Iranch et ft. Miry'i Nuptial Auxiliary regular monthly meeting  will be Mon., Oct. 15 at 10:30 am at the legion hall. Everyone please attend.  SitnshiM Coast Liberal AiMdetHnt luncheon meeting Sun., Oct. 14 at Bonniebrook Lodge, lunch 1 pm, muling 2 pm. New members welcome. For information 885-2239.  P.Kjes From A Lift- lot)  Fort St. James a pleasant surprise  by Peter Trower  Back at the main highway  again, we sidetrack into  Quesnel. At a place called Pinnacle Park in the hills behind  the sprawling mill town, there  are reputed to tie some spectacular hoodoos. After overshooting the road and going  several miles in the wrong direction, we find our way to the  park. The hoodoos lie in a high  washout like a series of huge  rotting teeth.  They are impressive enough  on a minor scale but certainly  no threat to the Grand Canyon.  Yvonne takes a few pictures of  the eroded monoliths and we  resume our journey north.  Prince George is the largest  city in northern BC, but it is not  on our itinerary today. We  cruise through its outer fringes  and turn wnt again along the  Yellowhead Highway. The  country is flat, scrub-timbered,  and except for the odd flash of  autumn colour, unprepossessing.  Vanderhoof, the first town  we reach, looks as drab as the  terrain, at least from the  highway. A mile or so beyond  Vanderhoof, we head north on  another detour.  The drive to remote Fort St.  James takes about two hours  through much prettier country  of grassland and irees, quite  devoid of settlements. The old  HBC post is considerably off  our course but there is a rebuilt  fort there that Yvonne wants to  check out. Apart from this, we  have no idea what to expect.  Fort St. James turns out to be  a pleasant surprise ��� an attractive town hugging the eastern  shore of breathtakingly scenic  Stuart Lake. It boasts all the  modern amenities.  One of the oldest permanent  settlements in BC, Fort St.  Janus was established by Simon  Fraser in 10O6, in what was then  called New Caledonia. For  decades it was the hub of the  Hudson Bay Company's northern fur trade.  The original buildings have  long since rotted away but the  National Parks Board Historical Branch has created an  elaborate reconstruction around  five buildings dating back to the  late 1800's.  We arrive at the Parks Board  office just in time for the final  tour of the day. A well-  informed German lady with a  sense of humour guides us  through the complex. The interiors of the various buildings  have been recreated with  painstaking attention to detail.  There is real smoked salmon  in the drying cache; there is real  1890's merchandise in the HBC  store and there are real furs in  the trading shed.  The Chief Factor's house is  nostalgically furnished in the  precise manner of the time. It is  a hauntingly real journey  through the Fort St. John that  was.  The following morning we  visit an historic church and  return to the Parks Board office  to check out the museum, a fit  ting adjunct to the impressive  fort, packed with 19th Century  artifacts. Then we head south  once more and rejoin the  Yellowhead.  This is to be very much a  travelling day. We gun west  through spacious pasturelands  fringed by autumn-vivid trees.  It is cattle country and vast  herds of them amble through  the ranges at a bovine pace. The  disc-shaped hay bundles  Yvonne once dubbed  "muffets" are everywhere, still  sentrying the fields or stacked  neatly in sheds.  We cruise through Burns  Lake, not a bad looking place,  and on through Huston, an ugly  industrial town consistingmost-  ly of trailer homes.  The next town, Smithers, is a  fear more attractive community,  exhibiting plenty of civic pride.  Hudson's Bay Mountain looms  impressively in the background.  At New Hazelton, an area we  plan to explore later, we re-fuel  the Honda and start the long  run to Terrace, skirting the  Skeena River at several points.  To be continued,..  At The Arts Centre  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council's annual Christmas  Craft Fair will take place at the  Sechelt Indian Band on December 1 and craftspeople are now  being invited to submit applications to participate.  All crafts will be juried by a  selection committee for quality,  craftsmanship, creativity and  marketability. Entry forms and  written information can be  picked up at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt.  Paper Renaissance at the Arts  Centre from October 10 to 28  demonstrates the potential  seldom recognized in this  material. For more than 10  years, Micheline Larose and  Georges Gamache have been  devoted to popularizing papier-  mache as a legitimate creative  and decorative medium.  Under the hands of these two  artisans, paper, glue and paint  transform magically becoming  whimsical figures of people and  animals, vases and boxes, functional furniture and sculpture.  Far from the fragile constructions we all made in elementary  school, their work is carefully  and expertly constructed, layer  by layer so that it achieves the  weight and hardness of solid  wood.  The finished objects preserve  well the spark of life mold<td into them in their pliant state.  Micheline and Georges will be  present for a public reception  from 2 to 4 pm Saturday, October 13 at the Arts Centre,  when they will discuss their  work in an informal setting.  All are welcome to share the  talk and refreshments. Arts  Centre hours are 11 to 4  Wednesday to Saturday and I  to 4 Sundays.  Branch 109  GIBSONS LEGION  m}smt*r$  Terry hiker  "Boss Talk"  Margaret Jones  "Bonnie Ballads'  AUTOGRAPH PARTY  PARTY   PARTY...   ^  Sat., Oct. 13th, 12 to 2 pm  Both authors have new editions out, so bring in your  copy or buy the new one I Either way, Terry & Margaret  will be delighted to see you.  886-7744  Next lo the Omega Restaurant - Gibsons Landing  - - ���    -- -------^-t- -��� Coast News, Octobers, 1990  15.  Channel 11  The growing readership at the Gibsons and District Public  Library b made up of all ages, as this young fan of Peter Rabbit  Shows. ���Kent Sheridan photo  Tuesday, October 9  6:40 PM, 9:20 PM Repeat  Cable Connection  Once .again the .broadcasting  students at Elphinstone bring  you the most up to date news on  the Sunshine Coast.  7:00 PM  Talk To Your Local  Governments  Tonight we bring representatives from our local governments into the studio to answer  your questions and hear your  comments via the phone lines.  8:00 PM  Premier Clyde Weh  Coverage   of   the   Newfoundland Premier's speech at  Rockwood Centre during his  visit to the Coast last month.  8:40 PM  Plan To Get Out Ahve  McDonald's   Restaurants  helps  you  prepare  for  Fire  Prevention Week with this instructional program on surviving a fire in your home.  Thursday, October 11  6:30 PM Live, 9:00 PM Repeat  Cable Connections  A new installment into the  series of live news programs  from the television broadcasting  students at Elphinstone.  6:45 PM  BCIT Magazine  The broadcasting students at  BCIT produce a weekly newsmagazine program. Now for the  first time the show is being  broadcast to the entire province  via satellite over the knowledge  network and rebroadcast by  community   cable   stations.  7:15 PM  Parliamentary Talkback  Live Phone-in  Harold Fletcher hosts the  monthly program that brings  your MLA and MP to your  home through community  television and the phone lines.  8:15 PM  DawneBC  Information on the disabled  women's network is brought to  you by Joyce Ostry and host  Rosemary Hoare.  8:45 PM  The Wheel Of Life  Vicky Wynne talks about her  development of a method of encouraging spontaneous dialogue  in the elderly.  Television Schedule  Courtesy of -  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281   GILLIGAIM'S PUBVi  uj��    Sechelt  **���*��� Public Library,  IL Hours:  ^JTues. 10:30-4wn|  Wed. 10:30-1pmJ  fiThurs. 10:30-7pms  ESat. 10:30-4pm |  ��� Book Drop In Trail Bay Mall  Specializing  in Perms  Joanne  ...and all aapecta  of hair deaign.  Call ma at  JWoood         Ld  w TIMK8         ���**^  I      are HH I*|  X. Ktm's Plan             M6-21J  f?  I Friendly Counlry Legion^  ; Roberts  Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  Fri., Oct. 12 &  Sat., Oct. 13  RICH &  SIN0l��  FRIDAY NITF  DINNERS  onAw  Grilled Ntw York Steak  Stt. Nighl Dinners  BINQO ��� TUES. 6VENINOS  iuc. mats  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  o( ifce Ctuut  The Webster dictionary defines lunch as "a light meal usually eaten in the middle of the day." It was definitely the middle of the day as my stomach clock was  persistently telling me, so I closed my book, left my rock on Trail Bay beach  behind me and headed into the Coast Club Cafe.  The primary signals were all good ones ��� appetizing aromas pervaded the  restaurant and a very pleasant voice delivered a "good afternoon, madam" along  with a menu.  My mind, still in my book, finally sttuled drifting back to the here-and-now  from the neather regions of deepest, darkest Alaska as I scanned the menu for  some scrumptous goodies. A selection of good hot soups, fresh salads, big sandwiches, substantial main dishes, cool beverages and delicious desserts sat there on  the menu vying for my attention. "Why fight it," my stomach said, "have one of  each."  So I did. I never argue with my stomach.  I found myself polishing off a creamy bowl of homemade cream of cauliflower  soup which really hit the spot. Next to disappear was a crispy and succulent (fresh)  Caesar salad without too much garlic. The chicken cordon bleu with black forest  ham and freshly cooked home fries was so good I hardly noticed how full I was  becoming. But there was more, lots more, and I had made myself a deal to try  something from each category. However in this case, where there's a will there  wasn't a way. As I drainetd my wonderful strawberry milkshake, the best I've had  in a year, I realized I had met my match and all for only $13.  The Coast Club Cafe is definitely a "home of Fresh Food", where 1 discovered  that lunch doesn't always have to be "a light meal eaten in the middle of the day."  As I wandered back to my beachside reading spot, my stomach languished in a  state of satiated contentment. By the way, I hadn't forgotten about dessert. I had  merely postponed it. Personally I like spreading lunch out over the whole day, so  "nuts" to the dictionary!   Mne Heron bn- Far dinners oily.  Fuly Homed. Wednesday to Sunday,  5pm lo 9pm. dosed tor lunch, Ooaed  ���"romSqXOTteento II.  For reservations .phone Laurie ear  Heather. M5-3847.  Geek House - Intimate .lining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  ���bo My specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avarae. B5-932I. Open 6 pm. Ooaed  Mondays * Tuesdays. V. MC. ��0 seals.  Maitaen' Restaurant - On the  MUritaM with one ot the most spec-  -H*r view in <rjbeoni, the Mariners'  epedmm In fteah and live seafood, and  ���wtfrn a fairs* of lunch and din-  ���>* entries. Both menus chanae cMy,  *Hh delicious daily specials. Marine  JMvc. Ofteons Lartaint, 88fr2334, Mon-  ihi /<m\  day to Saturiay: eUinch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 3-10 and Sunday 3-9,  Sunday Branch 11-3. 100 seats. V. M.C.  The Wharf - Open fa breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a vwek.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood al lu test. Sunday Brunch from  II am ��� 2 pm. Fuly bcensed and air-  ���wneStioiied. Dinner reservations recom-  . Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  IS      f-Uf ou.  En* * Owen's Drive Ir* Take  oul, or delivery. Pina, dinners, salads,  bunjm, chicken, deeaens, drinks, ice  cream. Re* home drfvoy within 4 miles,  alto 6 pm ��ly,onSI0 minimum oniers.  Smaldnenfeorontai under 110. Open  IM every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  H6-7II3.  IIM DINING  FAMIl V DINING  Tbe Terrace at Boantebrook with  Bacon panorama, The Terrace ai Bon-  rarwwki located on the watafioM at  Cower Point, offcn superb Weal .Coast  eaaUMtaapictueWequeandidenanskxlie  setting. For those seeking raw die-** nd  �� bather standard of mvice we offer IMi  loal BC food, enpatly prepared and  pr��eemtedinavait<dn��uofappe<izen,  <*.*iea>and(tae*"jforhmch.inddira.  Fotow Oower Mm road to Ocean Beach  Ifrawuli Oner 5:30*30. Sumky  math 103. Croup reservadon onty far  Bewakfaa * Lunch. CLOSED WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY, Reservations  raooanMMafd. Busineas groups Jk receptions welcome. Vka, MVC 8S6-2I88.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots  of NEW dishes. Don't miss Anejy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  llam-2:30. Htvy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredienLs - both healthful and detidews.  Our whole when bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  far the beach and cappucino are  available. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as the Coast itsdf. Mon. - Sat.  9am-5pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 883-9962.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh Is the eerdcr of the day for al of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult environment with European (lair, which offers dining at reasexiable prices. Open  from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 3SI9 Wharf Ave.. Sechdt.  8839344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  sealing for 60.  Fiances' Dining Ixninge - Join us  for family dining at Frances' Dining  Lounge at ihe Pender Harbour Hotel on  Highway 101. The ai mosphere is comfortable, the staff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We are open from  6:30 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week for  breakfast, lunch, dinner and daily  specials. Enjoy a patio view of the harbour and remember thai private panics  can be arranged. Call 883-9330. By the  way, ihis is the same great food that you  Backedd} Pub - Enjoy the .beautiful  waterfront view (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from the  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  wed as the separate family dining area,  both wilh a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skookeimlwrger or our great fish ictiipj.  Dinner is served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Located Vi mile noith of Egmont  on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and rid menu along with terrific easily  specials, available tin 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great umosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thiui. open 19  enjoy at Frances' Takeout, only in more  pleasant surroundings. The Takeout is  still open from 10:30 am to 3 Monday to  Saturday.  The Omega Pisa, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of (jibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members or The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1338 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Opem Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am-10  pm, Fri and Sell 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seals 143.  The Parthenon Greek Taverns  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a eveek - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am -10 pm and M. &  Sat., II am - II pm. We are open for  lunch ��� try our daily luncheon sepecials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have lake-out ��� pizza, ribs, paesia, Giesek  food and much morel 8851993 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  Pronto's Restaurants Two location!  to serve you. Boih serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasla. lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a detightfU family at-  mospehere. Children's menu availaifc. AI  dinner entree include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about S15-S20. .Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 8964138.  midnight, Fri. k Sat. open 'tin l am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservatiexis accepted- 88M171.  Irvine           Excellent lunches, dinners and appetiren  served in a friendly and casual walerfronl  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib evoy Sunday. Flee moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road. Om hours are  llam-llpm Saturday and Sunday, 3pm-  llpm Wechesday, Thursday and Friday.  Ooaed Monday and Tuesday. Kilchen  open until 10pm on these days. Call  883-1145 Coast News, Octobers, 1990  Spott*.  SC Golf h Country Cluh  End of season winners  by Frank Ni  S against one? While the big zero collapses to the turf, the other lads seem bent on driving him into itt  ���Kent Sheridan photo  Hockey  schedule set  The final "Ladies Day" for  this season will be Tues., Oct. 9.  The ladies season closing luncheon will be held on Tuesday,  Oct. 16. Check the bulletin  board for info on the luncheon.  I believe it may be necessary to  sign up if you intend to attend.  The 18 Hole Ladies played  the first day of the Turkey  Shoot with the following  results.  In first flight, first place was  taken by Marion Reeves (N64);  second by Judy Foreman (N68);  and third by Doreen Gregory  (N69). Second flight had Barb  Lawrence in first place with net  68BB9; Kay Budd in second  (N67) and Audrey McKenzie  third with a N68. Third flight  results were, first place Nan  Nanson (N64); second place  Helen Milburn (N67); and in  third was Bernice Bader (N72).  The Senior Men's season of  organized play came to an end  on Sept. 27. It was a grand  finale, well organized by that  Hopkins crowd, led by Art  Manning and his "committee"  consisting of Dave Hunter and  Glen Marden. I laughed so long  and hard through the luncheon  that my stomach still pitins, and  1 believe everyone else was afflicted the same way. Thanks  from all of us to you guys for a  great season.  The last game winners for  low gross scores were Al Dean,  Roy Scarr and Dan Belle. The  low net team winners were John  Petula, Glen Marden, Pat Mul-  ligan, .George Cooper, and  George Townsend, with the tees  going to Bill Babcock and his  team. Jim Budd took the closest  to the pin on the third. It is hard  enough to get to the green and  stay there without being closest  to the pin.  Then came the distribution of  the "special awards" which  were handed out with much BS  and lots of laughs. Bob MacKenzie took the "Sand-bagger  Award" amid cheers from the  group of course; then came Bill  Sutherland who was top man in  the BS category���his plaque  consisted of a lot of you know  what.  John Dayton won an award  for winning the wood award the  most times this year. Well done  John, we know who to ask for  one when short.  Harry Woodman won the  "Lack of Direction Award" for  tieing able to drive to the fourth  from the second and to the  ninth from the sixth, the most  times in one season. Well done  Harry. Bill McKinnon was presented with the extra Vi ball he  was owed (interest I believe).  John Petula won an award  called the "Brown Patch  Trophy", it looked like a pot of  some kind. It seems Art had a  few nasty scouts out there this  season!  The "Most Improved Player  Award" went to Al Heaven.  Lome Blain won the "No Balls  Award" for not winning a ball  all season. He blamed that on  the teams he was put on, of  course. Last but not least was  Art Manning who won the  "Special Award" of course.  SHOP HERE  AND HELP THE FOOD BANK  ^WTHRIFTY'S  HELP THE  GIBSONS  886-2488 or Box 598  Oct. f7WI  by Mark Benson  The Exhibition Schedule of  the Sunshine Coast Men's  Hockey League has been released and there will be five games  this coming week.  On Wednesday, October 10  at 7:30 pm the Gibsons Kings  host the Pender Harbour Buccaneers. Thursday, the 11 at  7:30 pm the Gilligans Pub  Flyers fare off against the  Roberts Creek Legion.  Friday the 12 at 7:30 pm sees  the Wakefield Pub and Hawks  (last year's finalists) do battle.  And on Saturday the 13 there is  a double-header beginning at  7:15 pm with the Hawks playing  the Buccaneers, followed by a  contest between the Kings and  the Creek at 9:15 pm.  League play begins next week  after completion of two exhibition games. All games at Sechelt  Arena.  m  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  Wednesday  irom 7 to 8:30 pm  JOOPERS GREEN HALL  Every Thursday  from 7 to 8:30 pm  at  THE HALFMOON BAY SCHOOL.  For further information calL  Ben Robinson at  885-9020 Curling great  for everyone  Coast News, October 8,1990  17.  by Harry Turner  Curling is emerging as one of  the most popular sports of the  90's. It's fun. sociable and easy  to learn. It is also great exercise  and easy on the body.  Over 750,000 Canadians curl  at least once a week, a couple of  hundred of them at our club.  During every game, skill,  strategy and competition combine to make the sport a vejry  enjoyable game for every age  level.  A big pan of the game of  curling is the socializing. Mixed  teams have become popular as  people discover the opportunities to meet new people, enjoy the club atmosphere and the  many social activities put on by  the Gibsons Winter Club over  the course of a season.  In order to learn the proper  techniques of delivery and  sweeping, the Gibsons Winter  Club offers clinics at the start of  the season. We will be offering  clinics shortly after the season  begins. This year the intended  opening date is Octoeber 9, pro-  videsd the ice is in place. We  have curling Monday to Friday  and bonspiels on weekends. It's  a great way to spend a winter  evening.  The curling club has a place  for every type of curler ��� the  new or green curler, the older  experienced player, the young  arid the old. We have many fun  social events planned for the  year and anyone who has p?> -  ticipated in a bonspiel knows  how enjoyable it is to participate in one.  Curling does not require a lot  of expensive equipment. A pair  of shoes t.'.at have a slider on  one foot and a gripper on the  other, a broom that can be  rented from the club and you  are in business. The rest of the  gear is likely in your closet ��� a  warm sweater and some stretchy  slacks.  We encourage you to get four  people together from your place  of work, your club or group, or  your neighbourhood. If you  can't get four people together,  get two, or simply join us  yourself.  We will find a team for you  to play on and we guarantee  you will have an enjoyable evening at least one night per week  all this winter.  To join the club, watch for  our ads in the newspaper, or  phone John at the club  886-7512, Gary .Flumerfelt, our  president 886-9656, Perry Klim-  chuk, our drawmaster 886-8346  or Joy Hill, our secretary  886-3925.  We are always pleased to sign  up new members and introduce  you to the great people of our  community.  Ted Peters Photographer  Ckxiitmus. <Poxtxaik <Sfitcia[  Sunnycrest Mall In Gibsons  For Two More Saturdays  October 13 & October 27  No Appointments Needed �� 10 AM to 5 PM  For a Sitting Fee of $10 you receive Six Poses  arid all Proofs.    No Retakes Please On This Offer.  '  JMf  mM  [':'���-''  ^H>  pmwf   ���1.  A  y  ww^  Package available from your choice  of same Negative  ���2-8x10'S ...       aM.mm.am.mm.  .6-5x7'sand      jfjl    $9Q99  ��� 6 - 3V4 x 5's tUH       *��� J  Other Reprints Available At Regular Rate. Last Date To  Re-Order For Christmas Delivery Is December 1st.  DEVELOPING. PROCESSING, PACKAGE AND OTHER REPRINTS AU COMPUTED IN  GIBSONS BV SUNNVCREST PHOTO AND E. el E. PHOTOGRAPHY.    mw i urn, TomnoMM  ONLY 1 LOT  Corner North & Reed Roads, Qlbsons  Yoii7I be) pJraantly ���nrprlttd  I.nnfif.fi with F.ittrm  ��� All Corner Units  ��� 2 Bedrooms  ��� 5 Appliances  ��� Shake Roof  ��� 6' Jacuzzi Tubs  ��� Mini Blinds  ��� Corner Stone Fireplace    ��� Heritage Doors  ��� Fully Landscaped  /C^\ Sunshine Ridge  Wk-^ 6 DELUXE 3 BEDROOM  %    mJ TOWNHOMES  ^B ^fW School Road (near North Rd.), Qlbsons  nun 3 mow nuns  1620 sq. ft. k Balcony   ��� Oak Cabinets      ��� Carport  ��� l'/a Bathrooms    ��� Mini Blinds  ��� eSoAXER Tub a Heritage Doors  ��� Skylight ��� Close to Schools a Shops  $119,900 and $124,900  ii  Lisa Keller  886 4680  Quality Devslopmsnts by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division Ot MMM0  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  Tourney results  by Mark  The First Annual Gilligans  Swen-A-Side Tournament last  weekend at Setchelt Arena was  an overwhelming success.  Eighteen men's teams comprised of seven players ach,  took to the ice for a weekend of  competitive hockey to start off  the season.  Eight commercial league  teams and ten fun league (Old-  Timers and Minor Hockey)  playerrs skated in four games  each during the weekend.  In the Commercial Division,  the Wakefield Stars edged the  Wakefield Cobwebs 3 to 2 in an  exciting finale. Tom Poulton  got the game winning goal late  in the contest for the Stars while  Kelly Cousins (MVP) and Wade  Fisher also scored.  The Wakefield replied with  goals by Ted Brackett and Rory  Walker while Steve Parnham  was selected MVP Goalie.  In the Fun League, the  Lighthouse Pub shut out the  Medics 3 to 0 in the final game.  MVP Mike Lewis scored a pair  of goals and Gord Pollock the  other goal for the Lighthouse.  Goal-tender Terry Martin  posted the shut-out.  Medics goalie Eddy Berin-  stein was picked MVP Goalkeeper in the Fun Division.  Gilligans Hockey CLub  deserves a lot of credit for a well  run tournament and hopefully  this will  become an annual  Strikes and Spares  It was a painful start to the hockey season for George Croteau, on  the stretcher waiting for an ambulance. George suffered a major  leg Injury during men's play at the Sechelt Arena.  ���Ruth Formicr photo  CLASSIC:  BALL k CHAIN:  Tm 1 ���aha  275415  SwWIUiaf  m-na  MtrlyallkeVtfeM  Jiwsa  GtorisTowt*-*  ar-7-i  - -. .   .   �������� ...  IPJB** veMDHS  4M-MU  MUuRieacr  ffll Set  lawyWrnn-ileit  Ml-*]}  Al?ll��-ainawe  JM474  TUES. 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Furniture Land  SuMhmi  Coin Highwiy  Sichin  815-5756  -OWN FRIDAY TIL If M-  BEST PRICES! BEST SELECTION! BEST QUALITY! BEST SERVICE!  Are you ready for this9  C0unITp0VM  v. 1��.  Coast News, Octobers, 1990  ���   AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon.-Fri. 64 Sat. *4. Sun. 10-3 a   SECHELT RADIATORS���  Complete Cooling System Service Centre <  We Repair 8, Replace Rads. Heater Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  Htm, Utsd ft RtbuHt  SMO Whart m-tlp i IMhvy ��� m*. ��� Ui.  |0M FetMtry OaHlnail    Jgg|        885-79667  Need this space?  HK(e ,'h.'.' ,,,  ����',   IS.U)  ��� BUILDIIMG CONTRACTORS  ROOFING  FREE  Specializing In ill types ol  commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 ev...   auaUNm"  ALPINE XBUSS  Bus:M6-8IM  .1W y\_Res:  :886-8t01  NO SHIPPINO  CHARGES  Treuiti made hen oa the IwuhlB. Ooait  Money apart at home stajs at ho���.  Eletetrleal A Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  nmnraum  886-3344 ��� 886-3384  ^ttlilMaaaViiiiea.aaciiaBiaewaaiilwieeDiimaWieee^M  Hl|(e��ar 1011 "ran ��d. Cm-.ue.im  QMeMt,S.C.Ve9N1V0 MleWaeee *m:IU4101  . a>w���ieiTMe Mm FMjSMTg  B.P. CONTRACTING  Custom Home Builders  Also Good Framing Crew  885-4033       Fne Estinutis       885-7903  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits  Frtd Cocker  (Leave Message)  Phone 885*3065  P.O. Box 1596  Sechelt, B.C.  VON3A0  ALPINE TRUSS  ��� Renovations  ��� Additions  ��� Patios  (IS    j^mmsm.f,8tl  Retaining Walls ���  Sundecks���  Siding ���  Bus. 886-8233 ��� Ret. 886-3201   met tsnuAres   A ft T ENTERPRISES: Cwrtrwetlen Sanrtaaa  taming Iht Coaal Sine, ttea  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  .TiitM ifili.1T    ' additions  xjrssrjnm*      , RENOVAT|ONS  T. WONO, MX m, OIMONS, *��. VSNIV*  CONCRETE SERVICES   ���  TURENNE   CONCRETE  ���PUMP TRUCKS '.CONCRETE WORK  Placing a Finishing ol:  Basement Slabs, Patios, Driveways,  Sidewalks, Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK. CALLUS! 886-702?  Swanson's  *   -rr jxzsi.. "S-'... jRtady>Mix Lid.  [885*96661 [J8S-S3331  9 latch Naatee os leto SeieeeakiM CceaM  _   "��H��*    '  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  EXCAVATING  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS ���  :N,  Reedy Mix Concrete  Sand t Qrav.1  SECHELT PLANT  SS5-71S0  ��    CONCRETE  o  LTD.  V  I stevmc tm sunshini cour I  GIBSONS PLANT |  8*6-6174  ELECTRICAL CONTR  ^ZMIDWAVH  T*'r'SfcHVIt  I   ^Private \ Industrial  1   I       High S Low Voll  .    *    Rea. No. 16135  QWER'U  Private a. Industrial  Electrical Contractor  High s Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg No 16135 883*9483    '  J  m  ractor\ I  '"   )\  mi   I .  A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Satrvlceju"  ��� Excavating ��� Backfilling ��� Trenching ���  Drainage- Clearing Retaining Wall.. Paving Stone.  CLARKE FULLER       886*8538  Bo>ee22e,aiba<Hea  S.C. VON IVO .  Class A  Electrical  Contractors  ^eaiide t\\.lectt  'eadide (electric Jtj  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  886-3308  ( Ernie Fallis  Contracting  Complete Backhoe  Service  886-9198  m       R .     RENOVATIONS WITH "*  R/l/lJlla A TOUCH OF CLASS  (trl** ���**��   COMMERCIAL i RESIDENTIAL  ��/*      THE aas-s��M9  IMPROVER     ���  UD. HALFHOON tilt.  sssCoast Water Haulln  EXCAVATING  Residential  Commercial  Industrial  Land Clearing  FUTURE  Excavating ft Developments''  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  4X4, 2000 gal., self-loading,  high pressure discharge,  spray bar  886-3412   pawd caoomi   GIBSONS J  CENTURY ROCK  ��      885-5910  PLUMBING  VMtkMao  8.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  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Reliable & Reasonable ��� No Job Too Small  DRYWALL - RENOVATIONS  Jay     886-9662     Paul  MOBILE  PLUMBING �� HEATING  v New Houmi  s Renovations  Mow Serving Tht Sunihlne Coast  V940-97S1 LEAVE MESSAGE  HEATING  Selective Logging  Land Clearing  Excavations  i We Buy Timber  885-3924  885-7487  'wA  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  886-2855  Ritldintlil a  Commercial  Comtructlon     -CONSTRUCTION  Renovations ��� Addition';  Gibsons   B.C.  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sain ft Inatallationa  SHOWROOM Open Tu^-Sot.  J356WharlRd. lacroaa Irom Bus Depot)   885-7171 j  tor the Professional    km.  and me Homeowner_JH!k\  /    RENT-IT!  /       CANADA INC.  ��    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  VjMO Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885*2848 J  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy toi. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site Secheit, B.C.  Call: 005-7878      V0N3A0 JIM ROBINSON  fc$orit0tfir< <&ari)��ier  ' * ' General Garden Mainlenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  f mopsmi .jS*====--=-��-^naTc35>\  Peninsula Cos  Olav Camlem 885-7340  INSTALLATION  SERVICE  Craftsman  EXCAVATING  HITACHI EX120  Cull Don 885-7240 utter 6pm  ���F^bc ferries Schedule  I  l:  VANCOUVFR   SfCHElI PfNINSULA  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SERVICE  and Landscaping  936-2086  Need this space?  Cell    Ihe     COASI    Ml WS  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie A%  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 NT       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M aenaeae Miea.ec* lal  Lv. HoruihM Biy  7:30 am      3:30 pm  9:30 M       5:30 M  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  EAHIS COVE   SAlttRV BAV       _  Lv. Saltery Bay *  5:45 M 3:30 pm I  7:35 5:30 M I  9:25 M 7:30  1130       9:30  Lv. Earli Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  820 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  ���NOIi: Ttn I  lalH  XSS,,    Gibsons Bus Schedule  coeeemanla t teanpiaeeiis  {tea Noelle Ml!  Mean  * 5:45  7:45  9:45  11:45  MUTE  I, Galeae PI  1:41  3:46  1:41  7:41  & f.aeileien Lowar Bui Slop)  Arrival  6:10 MO  8:10 4:10  10:10 1:10  1M0 1:10  'Connects 1:30 Ferry run  ROUTE 2 '  IM BaiMM*. WooMllll.. SC Mobell Homa P.,.,  Faery Tar  Depart  MH 7:00' 3:00  9:00  11:00  1:01  Arrlvi  0:00  7:00  7:30  9:30  11:30  1:30  3:10  1:30  7:30  tt tS ftWTf ImMl  (till fv efMlf  FARES Adults Seniors Children Stud. Comm Tickiti  These transportation schedules sponsored by  Sujccooftt Agerde5  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  al i  ITP  Inm  \ Hud Carpet Unlet From Filtndlf Prolmlontli In Sunn,cieai Mull, Qlbuont.  I  I  -;- "      '���"���- -��� - ��� ���'    -  ���::���':���:;,.  -:���'-������ *���'��������   '��� ��'--���  ��� �����- -**i- (LetU.iJL tcr the. CeUtot  Coast News, October 8,1990  Hard  choices  ahead  Editor:  I am writing to you in an attempt to add some reason to the  current debate over the use of  the herbicide Vision in the Sunshine Coast forest district.  While attending the October  4 public forum on this issue at  Chatelech I was struck by the  level of emotion displayed by  many of those who spoke out  against the use of Vision. Here  was a group of concerned people, fearful of what they believed might happen should spraying be allowed, showing great  conviction that was based  almost entirely on fear and gut  feelings.  They had made their minds  up long ago that herbicides are  bad for the environment and it  wouldn't have mattered how  much data was presented to  them to refute this belief, they  just didn't want it used here.  To nuuiy of them a chemical  It  msim.  is a chemical is a chemical, and  we might as well have bt*en  discussing some known health  hazard like DDT for all they  tared.  (Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Vision has been shown  to be a comparatively benign  compound with a half-life in the  environment of roughly two to  six weeks and a lower acute toxicity rating than table salt,)  We also heard many of our  elected officials come out in  favour of putting an end to the  use of herbicides in this district.  They too likely have strong convictions in this regard, although  I suspect political expediency  may also be at play here.  After all, it's pretty hard for a  politician to come out in favour  of using herbicides when we're  talking about such motherhood  issues as protecting the environment. Political death that, I  should think.  So what's my point?  Shouldn't we just ban the stuff  and move on to the next issue  that might put our environment  at risk? My point is that it's not  as simple as that. Hard choices  will have to be made if this community really wants to see an  end to herbicide use in this  district.  David Bebb, RPF  Use of herbicides  Passing misinformation  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following   was   received   for  pu Miration.  Mayor and Aldermen;  I think that it is in very poor  taste for Alderman Reynolds to  accuse the Coast News of printing misinformation.  Quoting from Alderman  Reynolds' letter to the Coast  News of June 11,1990, "Due to  the irrevocable letters the Town  has on record, including a signed covenant, all the land below  this line (that represents the  crest of the cliff at Gospel  Rock) including the "Rock"  and the Eagle nest will be  dedicated to the Town at the  time of subdivision." End of  quote. The Friends of Gospel  Rock warned us that there were  strings attached to the said  covenant and now that Mr.  SmsMne Coast  Services  Directory  Editor:  The community showing on  Thursday night at the Herbicide  Hearing was truly overwhelming. Thank you to all the local  community, labour and political organizations who came out  and spoke up, and thank you to  the concerned and committed  individuals.  If the Forest Service and the  private companies who have  logging interests on the Coast  don't now know how this community feels about the use of  herbicides in our forests, they  Killam has had it revoked, we  know that was true.  Perhaps now that Mr. Killam  is proceeding with a subdivision  for this very area, the custodian  of these "irrevtxable" letters  should step forward with them  so that we may see just how  generous this developer plans to  be in regards to parklands, etc.  Or was this a case of Alderman  Reynolds inadvertantly passing  out misinformation himself?  Violet Winegarden  never will.  We also want to send a  Sepecial thank you to the evening's exceptional moderator,  Dianne Evans; the sound system  man, Kevin Shepard; Don Sa-  vien who volunteered his time in  setting up the gym; Jan Brinton  and Donna Shugar for their  telephone recruiting; .and all Ike  other mem tiers of the oommmi-  ty who worked so hard to make  the hearing a success.  Carole Rubin, Steve Cohl,  Maria McCartney, Doooa  White of SCEPP  Leave us alone  /  Editor:  It was very interesting to read  Don Bland's letter to the Editor  regarding 'Restructuring'. His  point regarding the ability of  municipalities to adjust the mil  rate to allow for increased  assessments is very misleading.  For the last nine years, the  assessment on my property in  Vancouver has increased nearly  100 per cent per year. The taxes  in 1980 were approximately  $900. Last year it was almost  $12,000. Next year it will probably jump to $15,000.  Therefore Don Bland's statement is full of holes. Just for a  moment try to visualize if Ar��  F was restructured with Gibsons.  The costs of servicing a nar-  Call made for  resignation of premier  HEATING  MARINE SERVICES  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  -Certified-  Need this space?  Cell   Illi'   COASI   WI WS  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS -  886-9411  IShowroom Kern's Ptuit,Hwf JO:  Open Tuaaday fo Saturday 10-4 pm  Bu  wccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  PARTS  K et C Thetmoglisi a  Cobra Boils now  In-Stock  ���.'.i-*:MiJ:V  [OUTBOARDS  MARINE SPECIALISTS 2\ vears  SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  MISC SERVICES ���  WEST COAST RAILINGS^  SetrvtnathaSunahliwCoaal  Aluminum RaUngi  Commttdeil ft Roidetntlal ImtallattoM  . FME ESTIMATES-  lENKOMeNaON  tvcvwiM PkaaMam/  * Commercial & Residential *  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  I* *** ��� * * * *   Phone  *��*��*��  $$w*   SHOWROOM at MMM  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuee.-Frl. 12:��Spm, Sat. ftSO-Spm  THI noon stom ��r voun eooa  MARINE SERVICES  ����������    Conrad's Marine Service  <BK|1        SERVICE TO Al I MAKES  ���     U[      Specieltzlng In Mete. Outboard  ���7^^^��^fcs*.     * "*'" ���*'"���* rebuilding  DIVER ���    Located at  BOAT ���       Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING        SHOP6*67711     RES Sat-BMQ,  MARINE WAYS  BOAT M0VIN0  P0WER WASHING  AB HADDOCX MARINE ltd.  r  ,    ���    dp       MARINE REPAIRS  Garden Bay. BC. e,.,i i ��...,(������_  '**#���  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &   CHAINSAW LTD  NiftTH ROAD  731  886-2912,/  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6452 Norwest Bay Road  888-9369        Your Authorized Dealer |  Editor:  It was with great dismay that  many people observed the unfolding of the truth about Fantasy Gardens ownership and the  charge made by the media and  the Leader of The Opposition  that the Premier of BC, Mr.  Vander Zalm, is a liar.  Then, thankfully, Premier  Vander Zalm true to form came  up with a logical explanation. In  his own words he was not a liar,  just stupid!  What a relief to know that  this businessman who also controls the public purse is simply  stupid when it comes to business  affairs, not dishonest.  ' It would all be comical if it  wasn't such an embarrassment  to the people of BC. It reminds  me of the days of 'Tricky  Dickie' "I am not a crook"  Nixon, past President of the  USA.  It's hard to believe that  anyone of intelligence would  seek election under the Socred  banner with Mr. Vander Zalm  at the helm. Yet Nicole Parton,  their all star candidate, supports  Mr. Vander Zalm and states  that "the single most important  thing to me in politics is honesty  and integrity". It makes one  wonder if she still has all her  pencils in the same box.  But, it's been this way for  years, BC politics has been the  Gibsons  & District  Public Library  Hours:  Tues. 9:30-5 pm  Wed 9:30-5 pm5  Thurs 12:30-8 pm=  Sat. 9:30-5 pm  STORYTIME: Wed. 10am;  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary - Fire  Music & Sound - Intercoms  RR#4 S15 C17  Gibsons, B.C.  HT  Don Wilson  Bus. 116-9144  Bat. 616-33047  mcrCfUi/��r  Mercury Outboards  Volvo  Complete, Conlioentnl, & Professional  BUSINESS & PER80NAL OFFICE SERVICES  883-9911  ,[viniu(le   * Salt Waler Licencesaajm^r,^'  * Motel * Campsites * Water Taxi ,��,��/  * Marine Repairs       * Ice and Tackle    MMJt��  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Cuatom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & Beams  Chrla Nipper 886-3468  r.r.m, ss, ere,  qibaona, B.C. VON 1V0  Sutherland is^  MUtllHaOHirtur  sOT   mtjtUywsi  HERLANDS4L^C  ERVICE LTD  m  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  Gibsons 888-2480 ..    nira,,Ma.,��7  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van. Direct 689-7387  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  FAMILY HOME  FIRE DRILL  Participate In the  FAMILY HOME FOE DRILL  Tuesday, Oct. 9th  7 P.M.  Children will tie bringing  home from school the  Family Fire Safety  Worksheet to help you  prepare for the fire drill.  Deatgn your own  Escape Plan  for your family  Then tune in to Cable 11 or  CBC TV on Oct 9 at 7 pm  for the CToss-country fire drill  FIRE PREVENTION  WEEK  OCTOBER 7 ��� 13  joke of the nation.  Both the Office of the Prem-  ier and the Office of the Lt.  Governor have been placed in a  position of disrepute by this af-  fair.  If the Premier can show  clearly that he is not a liar and  did not deceive the people of BC  about   the  ownership  and  row 10 mile strip of low deatity  up Howe Sound would lie horrendous. The people of Gibsons  who are already being overtaxes) would be overburdened  with high taxes to oaver (be  costs, so that devleopers cm  make a buck at the expense of  the taxpayers.  I don't know what your ice-  son for pushing restructuring is,  Don Bland, but it sure isn't for  lower taxes in Area F, because  statistics prove that all wrong.  Please, Mr. Bland, and all  your colleagues who are  pushing for Restructuring ���  leave us alone. We are doing  very well and we don't want to  be victimized by 'Developers'.  Bert Norman  Granlhams Unding, BC  therefore the possible conflicts  of interest regarding Fantasy  Gardens I'll eat my hat.  Hopefully, the Premier will  do the honourable tiling and  resign, take his millions in profits and retire to his own little  fantasy world.  Mac Richardson,  Wood Bay, BC  .f/NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  * New Testament Church  Sechelt Arena  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lile Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 8854775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Glbaona Penlacoatal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of .Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  Medusa St.. Sechelt.  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For Inlormation, please call:  88S-2S06 or 8SS-36M  Thankeglvlng Service  Mon., Oct. Sth at 11.H0 am  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible us II Is...  lor People as Ihey are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  In Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7.-00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Paator Monty McLean  886-7049  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmltt, Paator  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  SundayWorshlp 11:00am  Come Grow With Ual  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomeiw'a, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Pariah of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY CHURCH  Inner Power Group 7pm Tues.  ���funday Sendee 11am Sundays  Study Group 10am Sunday  (The Laws of Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberta Creek  Call 886-9194 (tor Information)  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In tomes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Fraaer, Paster  885-7488 Office 885-9707  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Hllda'a Sechelt  8:00 am ��� Eucharist  9:30 am - Worship and  Sunday School  St. Andrews ��� e*eiMei  11:30 am  Rev. June Matfln  Rev. Dan Gilford  8864019  "Wt KMnd S DM WMXMW It 1  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHIMCM  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  6:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sesetielt  11:30 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st 4 3rd Sat. 44:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & Sth Sat. 4:304 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  l>  - ������*'-��� 20.  Coast News, October B, 1990  C!COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS3  FKC CATAL0BUI  5686 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  815-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  ' ��� Homes  $40,1X10 down buys you v��w lot  with 2 houses and S22.800/yaar  revenue. Owner will finance. Lat  tne renl do the rest. $179,000  886-8327. #43ss  5.1 acres $59,000 close to lerry.  1000' road Irontage. Hydro.  886-9049. ��2sr  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 8839099  Marina Pharmacy 8832888  AC Building Supplies 8839551  - IN HALFMOON BAY -  B&J Store 885 9435  - IN SECHELT -  The Coast News2  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  - IN DAVIS BAY -  Peninsula Market 885-9721  - IN WILSON CREEK -  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  - IN ROBERTS CREEK -  Seaview Market 885-3400  - IN GIBSONS -  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  Pender Harbour view lol. serviced  border, uncleared. $29,900.  270-2958/883-4501        #43sr  Semi-walertronl lol by owner.  65x130. serviced, very nice area,  good fishing. 3 km to village.  $35.000.685-2544 #44sr  Unique 3 bdrm 3 bath home,  spectacular view, approx. 2500  sq. ft. 883-9418-988-4310.  #43sr  14x68' - 3 Bedroom mobile on  landscaped 'A acre. 2 Storage  sheds - Gibsons area. $72,900.  886-8571. #42  For sale or trade, 3 bdrm. condo,  $69,500, 3 baths, 5 appls.,  palio. quality carpels, very clean,  ocean view, nice gardens. 2  blocks Irom beach on level street,  easy walk to stores, schools, rec.  centre and exercise track in  beautilul Powell River. 485-4687.  143  Best level lol on Southwood Road.  6/10 acre, school close by.  885-9323 #42sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, privale, no reas. offer  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #44s  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keals  Island. Try your oiler. 886-2694.  #44s  1700 sq. ft. Panabode rancher,  ocean view, genuine bargain at  $120,000. Drive by 950 CHeryl  Ann Park Road (Lower Road.  Roberts Creek) and phone lor  appt. lo view. 886-2694.    #44s  3 bdrm. house on .57 acre lot In  Sechell. close to schools and  shopping. 885-9754. #41  Revenue home lor sale. 487 Pratt  Road. Gibsons. 886-4859.    #41  Gibsons. Gower Point's choicest  waterlronl. Panoramic view, v��  acre. 581-2904, Surrey.      #41  By Owner means Mega Savings  to you the buyer it $96,300  2 storey lamily home; close to  amenities & lerry; 1800 sq. ft.. 7  Ig. rooms. 200 sq. It. carport,  1* baths; lenced 60x120' lot;  greenhouse, cold room,  workshop; wood/oil heal;  assumable mortgage 11*.% - 5  yr. Phone 886-7370. #41  Rancher, 1358 sq. ft., 3 bdrm.,  1'A bath, on 60x120' lot, close  to everything, Just being completed, $100,000. 886-7141.  #42  Lot 23 Central Rd.. 50x105,  view, level. 3 km to ferry.  872-1064. #44sr  For sale by owner, <h acre lot on  Gibsons Bluff, fantastic view! Fully services, top access, to view  call 886-8757. #41s  Gibsons lot Shaw Rd., ideal Investment location lor a potential  duplex. 886-7668. #41  Cochrane   Road,   good  large  building lol, close to marina &  beaches, $27,500. 885-4501.  #43ss  Large Gibsons BM view lot.  $67,500. Anne Gurney. The  Argosy Group, 886-2164.    #42  CAMERON CONSTRUCTION  SERVICES  Home Pre-purchase &  New Work Inspections.  Specification Writing  886-8374  Rob and Claudine Rilch are very  happy to announce the arrival ol  their son, Jesse Dillon, born  September 20. 1990. Proud  grandparents are Ray and Leslie  Rilch and John and Violet  Blanleil. A very special thanks to  Dr. Norman and the wonderful  stall at St. Mary's. #41  Marion and Jim Giller are very  pleased to announce the birth ol  Joshua James born September  19.1990, weighing 7 pounds, 11  ounces. Thankyou to nursing  stall at St. Mary's Hospital and  special thanks to Nary.       #41  In Memorlam  Wyngaert. Frank - Oct. 15.1989.  It's been a year since God has  taken you.  As I loved you so I miss you.  In my memory you are near.  Bringing many a silenl tear.  No one knows why God chose  you.  Bul Ihe answer we do know,  God only lakes Ihe best  Lovingly remembered, Jean. #41  Thank You  The SC Liberal Assoc, would like  to thank the many volunteers who  helped during Ihe visit of Premier  Clyde Wells. #41  The Woodsworth family wishes to  extend their sincere appreciation  for all the planning and effort by  SI. Maiy's Hospilal and Totem  Lodge to ensure Ihe outstanding  success ol Ihe reception Oct. 4  when his Honour Lt. Governor  Lam presented Mrs. Grace  Maclnnis with her medal, the  Order ol British Columbia.    #41  The Beat DeoC Atwutdl  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  w  25*  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREE!)  Su/ieSett  CLASSIFIEDS  i//  Pay for 2 weeks, gel the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be  PRE-PAID before insertion.  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted  s15oo  SJOO  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yeeeel Teel    It'.ltUlllte]  1 ll.TII eellly    Will elite '1   ���-,. etieee- wivks. ihern will be* caieceflle'd unle'ss  veil inslrucl us lii renivw .1 BY NOON  SATURDAY. 1N1.1 available. I., comme'rclal  eulee,rti^.rsl  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places''  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883-909%  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885*3930  Crulce Latit. Gibsons  886-2o22  FAX: 886-7725 Gibsons  885*3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Personal   II Announcements  rets 1  Livestock  Do you need some Information toga  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal lntaweHei Service  815-5111;   Mondays   and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Sunihlne Ceast TransMoe Haass  885-2944 - A sale place lor  women and children in crisis.  TFN  Retired lemale executive in 60s  looking lor mature, cultured  gentleman lor companionship.  Dog/animal lover prelerred. Reply to 8m 349. c/o Coast News,  Box 460. Gibsons. B.C. VON  1V0. #42  Anyone Interested In Parapsychology discussions? Call  866-3281. #41  Sunihlne 24 heuri i day from  OctotNr.11. 141  Acupressure Massage  Improve circulation, relax, relive  strained muscles  Peggi Francis  886-4545  by Appointment  #41  Single sincere serious w/male,  40. divorced, well travelled,  athletic, seeks petite w/female.  Write Box 350. c/o Coasl News.  Box 460, Gibsons. BC. VON IVO.  #42  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #46  Acupressure Massage  improve circulation, relax, relieve  strained muscles  Peggl Francis  886-4545  by Appointment  #41  Announcements  SECHELT HARDWARE Open Sundays, 10-4 TFN  Qeri's  ELECTROLUX  mStill  mmmGoing  mmmmmmStrong!  1907 Raw) Rl)., Glbaona  886-4776  UNITY CHURCH  'You are welcome lo join us In exploring Unity principles. Sunday  Sludy Group at 10am & Service at  11am Also Inner-Power Group on  Tues. at 7pm. Call 886-9194 lor  Info. TFN  TOST SECONDARY EDUCATION  Affordable now lor young families  through Canadian Scholarship  Trust Plan. Concerned? Call  885-3147. #42  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 896-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection ol beautiful personalized  wedding  Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannles Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  To all the women who have  registered or are interested  In the  "Women In Trades"  course, sponsored by  Continuing Education,  please coma lo our  Orientation Night,  Wed.,Oct. 17 at 7 pm. at  Continuing Education  Classroom - 5638 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt.  LOOKING FOR SHAKLEE PRODUCTS? Nutrition supplements  biodegradable cleaners, skin  care. Mavis 885-7464. Dale  886-3805. #42  English Riding Lessons  Space available for adults and  children, Instruction for begin-  nep to advanced. Call eves.  885-5423. #41  DENTURE CUNIC  G. Asikainen, Sechelt, B.C. Full  Dentures - Relines ��� Repairs -Free  Consultation. Appointments:  885-2633. #42  ImmMn SrmMm IfMMM 0e>  lobar 31. #41  An rev mt fm tamely getting  enough nutrients? For tasting  and correcting your nutritional  weaknesses, deficiencies and Imbalances. 885-7033 Valerie L.  Brolherton, RNC. Registered  Nutritional Consultant.        #43  Collie) away? Will lake good care  of your home, pets, plants, yard  work, repairs, ale. Good refs.,  leave mass, lor Dave at  885-9509,12 noon to 8pm.  #43  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOD COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Painta  BUI Wood  SECHELT  A Bu. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Sunshine Coast Pro Lite meeting  Oct. 15 at 7:30 pm Davis Bay  Gospel Church featuring Rally 90  video. #41  Portraits with a difference. Aeglna  J. Boe 886-7955. #43  I      Lynn Thoritelnien       ���  ���    REGISTERED     !  REFLEXOLOGIST ���  has moved to Gibsons.  I  ' She is doing reflexology in |  | her home and welcomes ���  all   her   orivloees   clients a  previous  clients  ��� ..... ��s anyone who is  I new lo Ihis holistic method  |-      -   r-v --_  " as well as anyone who is |  ol healing  to call  her at  1116-7795  holistic method ���  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  disfunctional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 for help.  TFN  Free Workshop  "Women and The Law"  Barb Findlay a lawyer wilh  Ihe legal services society  will discuss Ihe effect laws  have on women - 7:30 pm,  Wed., Oct. 10th.  Continuing Education  classroom, 5638 Inlet Ave.,  Sechelt.  Sponsored by Legal  Inlormation Services  885-5881.  Wristwatch with black suede  strap Sechell town. Please phona.  885-6128. #41  Long haired neul. male Persian  cal, black with white markings on  lace & stomach, lour white paws,  called Starskl, Iv. mess, lor Mrs.  Jurovich, site 21. Reward  885-5937. #41  Mens' gold, oriental watch. Sunshine Coasl Goll Course.  885-4788. #41  Light ginger & white cat. stitches  in one ear In Roberls Creek area.  885-3950. #41  Long-haired black & gray tabby.  Neutered male. While Ilea collar.  Truman Road, Hallmoon Bay.  Reward. 885-5166. #41  9 kl gold Queen Victoria halt  sovereign ladles ring, Sechelt  Reward. 885-3364.  Lost your dog?? Check with the  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Dog Control Officer to see II he  may have picked il up. Call  885-2261 or 886-2274.       #41  Men's wristwatch on Henderson  Rd. 885-2971. #41  Siamese lem. cal on Mason Rd.,  Sun. Sepl. 30. 886-7313.  #41  Gordon Seller X, ID 'Hank', see  Fauna III al Govt. Dock.      #41  Glasses al bus stop In Iron! of  Variety Foods. Claim at the Coast  News, Gibsons. #41  Pair ol keys on twine on Redroolls  Rd��� Fri., Ocl. 5. 885-5474.  #41  Tets 8.  Livestock  dUAGUS  'KENNED  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  SPCAAOOPTION  Youno small white Terrior X male  dog, also cats and kittens.  885-5734,886-7313. ��1  L.%?m  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNICAL. NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Farm I Cardan  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SKA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons,  686-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Canine consultant, offering obedience & Intruder awareness  training. Reg Robinson.  886-2382.  TFN  ARE YOU LOOKING FOR  A PLACE TO GRAZE?  Fenced, pastureland in Roberts  Creek for renl. 885-7473.  #41  Two beel cows (in call). $1500.  886-9410. #41  Pygmy goals, latest ultimate pet  ���buck, 7 mos., $75; doe, 18  mos., $175 wilh lemale kid, 2  weeks. Buck can breed with wilh  both females. 886-9028.      #41  English Riding Leiioni Available  Certified Level I Instructor.  885-4671 eves. #41  Kerry Blue Terriers. 886-2505.  #42  To adull loving home, spayed  Kerry Blue. 886-2505.        #42'  Anglo-Arab Reg. #A-A5964,7 yr.  old bay gelding, suitable lor  Western pleasure, $1000, boarding available. 885-5033.    #42  Singing canary with cage, $45.  886-8558. TFN  Buck service: registered bucks  -show & milk, records avail.,  guaranteed breeding. Seabreeze  Saanens, 885-2373. #42  GIANT GERMAN ANGORAS,  pedigreed slock, exc. woolers.  Leslie, 885-7083. #42  SPCA ADOPTION  Adorable call 4 cute kltteni  886-7313  #41  Reg. miniature dachshunds puppies. Ready to go - 1st shots.  Wormed 885-9840. #42  Horse trailer. 2 horse, electric  brakes, good condition. $1800.  886-9626. #42  Pasture required lor mare.  Sechell/Rbls. Ck. Also trailer  space lor horse Irom S.  Okanagan to Sechelt. 885-7906.  #43  Low Down Heundi Reed Basset  Kennel, expecting an outstanding  litter due Oct. 29 CKC Registered  Irom ch. stock to show homes or  lust plain loving (by prior reservation). Call Charlotte 885-2630.  #43  Oceanview quarter horse, horses  boarded, lull care only. Riding  lessons beginners to advanced,  lesson horse available. Phone  886-9470. #43  Goal breeding, red brown buck  with recessive gene lor curly hair.  Stall. Fee - $20. 885-2819.  #43  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  *  Ken DalgMih  886-2843  Siting players, tympanism percussionist, some brass players  needed lor Soundwaves Orchestra. 866-8026. TFN  Violin or Fiddle instruction.  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  #42  PTO Vallarta, 2 bdrm., 2 bath  condo, huge private deck, pod,  maid service, 5 min. walk to  town, suit 2 cpls. $450 p/week  to Dec. 15,$750p/weekDec. 15  lo Apr. 885-7168. \  #41  12' aluminum boa, cement mix-  w.homeweldet.866-7421. #43  2 tetgHchnlrs. 2 cavseats, 1 small  playpen.885-1980. #41  (1) boys bicycle (small) In gd.  cond. 886-7722. #41  Stylish clean women's clothes to  sell on consignment. Call Em  886-2193. #41  Car pool Irom Davis Bay to  Sechell, work 9-5pm. 885-1907.  #41  Filing cabinet; adding machine; &  bookcase. Call 886-2622. ask lor  Anne. TFN  Looking for a ride one day a  week. 8:30am Langdale lerry  Irom Horseshoe Bay to Ireeway  belore 2nd Narrows Bridge. Call  April 886-4925. #41  WILD MUSHROOMS for cash!  886-2844 or 886-2671.       #43  Garage Sales  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant and homebaking sale,  Welcome Beach Hall, Redroolls.  10am, Sunday, Ocl. 21, table  rentals, $6. 885-9032.  885-4590. #42  2 -lamily sale, Oct. 13, 802 Park  Rd., 9:30 am, big variety.    #41  Garage sale including antique  mirrors and punch clock, Fri.  Sat. & Sun.. Oct. 12, 13, 14,  10am-4pm al 780 Creekside  Cresc. Gibsons. #41  Moving sale. 914 Davis Rd.. Gibsons, 10-5, Oct. 13. #41  Sun., Oct. 14, 10? clothing,  typewriter, kitchen stuff, etc. 949  Port Mellon Hwy. #41  Annual Crah Faire. Sat.. Oct. 27.  7-9pm. Wilson Creek Hall,  dessert, cotlee. #43  Barter 8, Trade  Backhoe   work   lor  carpentry  work. 886-3910 or 885-9011.  #43  Kirsch  BLINDS  Super Selection  1 waterbed with zippered cover &  headboard. $100.886-7462. #43  Recliner chair, exc. cond.. muled  green vinyl, $100; drafting table.  60x48", $175; bathtub, sink,  toilet, pink, $125. 886-2558.  #43  Alder firewood, $100 a load, will  deliver. 886-8974. #43  Hide-a-bed exc. cond., beige  with small pattern, $300.  866-3614. #43  280 Remington title wilh scope,  perfect cond.. $400. Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  Full size Nuova Slmonelll  Espresso-Cappucino machine  with coffee grinder. Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  SMR VHF hand held radio. $300  885-7977. #43  RCA VCR and remote 15" colour  TV & stand. 886-3438 before  1pm. #41  16" Maklla thlckeness planer.  220 V, $2000; 14" Union band-  saw, $450; Rockwell tablesaw  complele wilh extension wings i  work table. $450; 4" B&D  jointer, $250. 885-9435.   #41  Wei suit, full body, 1/8" exc.  cond., $250 new, sell $90  885-2594. #41  Large site shag carpel modern  colours, 11x12', $eo. Phone aft.  4pm985-4503. #41  ���  '��� '-���'-��������;���';  /  - -'������������^  .______.  _^_______e_f----a',_-----| Coast News, October 8,1990  21.  lor Sale  Finders    ft  Keepers ��*  Antiques  Collectibles ��� Jewellery  2nd Hand ��� Furniture  Tools . Building Supplies  Our Naw Ucallon  TO Hwy 101, Gibsons  Access Irom OtV.lea  886-4551  Large Fisher wood stove  catalytic converter, exc. cond  $500.885-5345 eves.        #41  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  White  moulded  fibreglass  bathtub, $100.886-4743. #44sr  40'x4' Aluminum ramp, 1 yr. old.  cedar decking, roller & hinge in  cl, $1600. 686-2662weekends  or 987-5921. #41  Dinette table with extra leal.  $100; 4 metal armchairs with  black padded seals & backs, $25  ea.; Olympia elec. typewriter  $75: Sunbeam 'Big Pop' corn  popper. $10.886-2199.      #41  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  104-140 Tara* Seguaeea  dxtilnd Tai-PhoM)  885-4888  Royal Albert China. SECHELT  HAR0WARE885-2171        TFN  Marine toilet, electric healer and  fan (fireplace type), pressure  20-gal. waler tank wilh pump;  stainless steel double sink with  drain pipes (camper or marine);  269 plate & bell housing, new;  302 Ford motor, complele, new  Ireshwater manifolds, complele.  All reasonable. 883-9278 an.  7pm-       #41  Electric wheelchair, gd. cond.,  $1000 OBO. no reasonable offer  refused. Iv. mess. 866-8199. #41  TiTsOJl  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed-Hog Fuel  By Ihe yard or Iruck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pick up or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Wood slove, gd. quality, old  Findlay airtight, easily heats  1200-1600 sq. tl., asking $250.  666-8562. TFN  Freezer, 20 cu. tt., $150; fridge,  15 cu. tt., $100; both In gd.  cond.; pool table with accessories. $150. 866-4949.  #42  Dryer and Kenmore washer, $150  OBO; McClary slove, $175 OBO.  883-2116/883-9433. #42  Nature's best  fertilizer, $20 per pickup.  865-9969. #41  Will buy used or non-working ma-  |or appliances. 885-7897.     #42  Men's mountain bike. Norco  Bush Pilot, 21 speed, as new.  $250. 666-7265 after 5 pm.  #42  Overweight? Diet disc, program,  balanced nutrition dally, eating  Ihe foods you love eating, the  foods you love, losing 10-29 lbs.  in one month. 1-250-9796.   #42  Handyman torch kit. $700 OBO.  Restaurant size meal siicer  "Binexba" $500 OBO.  886-4831. Ray. #42  Kenmore 15 cu It. deep freez.  While, good condilion. $200.  886-2553. #42  1 Ton Iruckload of  865-5150.  #42  Woodburnlng cookstove with  oven, warming ovens, and hot  water tank, works well. $600.  686-6665. #42  Paint sprayer, air-less 1000  Wagner. $500866-6626.    #42  MMW 36" handsaw, 5 hp.  DSC. $1300. TMl. 866-8218 or  886-9289. #42  For Sale  Woodsman airtight wood slove  $500. 885-5786 alter 5 pm  #42  Panasonic microwave 6 convection oven. Queen size waterbed  886-8962 alt. 5 pm. #42  Rocky Mountain "Fusion"  mountain bike, 21 sp. Shimano  hyperglide. orig. componentry  and brake set, upgraded lo Deore  XT 2 finger brake levers, Ritchey  quad tires, grab-on grips, greal  off-road bike $575; 18" Irame.  Allegro Blackcomb 18 speed  mountain bike, totally rebuill,  newly painted, Shimano Deore  components, 2 finger brake  levers, Tioga T-Bone stem,  Prestige handlebars, Farmer  John Tires. 19" frame. $575.  Days 866-9394. eves. 886-9355.  #43  CAN'T KT CREDIT?  Trying to establish credit?  Clalnwd bankruptcy?  WtCaalMpI  $3,000 credit limit available.  No turn-downs- limited oiler.  mm 1-632-2666  6 am te 10 pm daHy.  '86 Yamaha ATV, 350 4-slroke.  sport model. New rear tires, very  clean $2600. John 884-5252,  433-0407. #41  Attractive copper  upholstered  chesterfield & chair. $175; new  Rival crackpot. $25. 886-3056.  #41  20' and 31' Common trusses  w/gables, 26'6" dual pitch wilh  gable, 41 Hat trusses, 20' span.  Prices negotiable. Alpine Truss.  866-8233. 886-8201 evenings.  #43  Craftsman   rlde-a-long   lawn  mower   $500.   Al   Kelly's  Lawnmower Service. Gibsons.  #42  Exer. bike, New. Used once, paid  $180 will sell $150. 885-2604  885-9060. #41  Nurses unilorm, size 14 $10;  RCA, VCR and camera $750;  1976 Ford truck $650; Boy's  skates, size 11, new $45: size  13, $25.885-7093. #42  PATONS, PINSOUIN  KNITTING  YARNS  jusi for you  �� Luiilm"    KW>.:-J70  HAV $4 00/bale  ORGANIC APPLES 6 POTATOES  STEWING CHICKENS St.00/ea.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  GE washer, while 2 speed,  multicycle, w/extra rinse, $329;  Viking washer, white, 1 speed,  $279; Gibsons Venus 16' almond, 2 dr. FF fridge, L-hand  door, like new, $479: Kenmore  washer & dryer, HO matching  set, $679; GE Medallion 70 16'  while, 2 door, FF. $479: Maylag,  avocado dryer, $267: Whirlpool  30" almond sell-clean stove,  $539; Viking Copperton, 30"  slove, sell-clean, $359; Simplicity (deluxe) 2 speed. 2 cycle, H.  Gold washer, $287. All recond.  and guaranteed lor 90 days lo 2  years. Corner Cupboard,  885-4434, Bforn. 885-7897. #42  FIREWOOD-Witherby Tree Farm,  seasoned mix lir, alder, hemlock,  maple, split-16" long $125, full  cord Includes delivery, Langdale  to Selma Park area. Will deliver  further for extra charge Some  cedar rounds avail, lor kindling.  886-3101 limited supply.     #41  Entertainment cabinet. 50x50,  solid, $75; dark bookshelf. 4  shelves, spirals, $40. 886-8537.  #4t  Coleman stove, 4 burner with  oven; Tedco Iridge, porta polll, all  good cond., oilers. 886-8741  eves. #41  Seasoned firewood   886-8897.  '686-4566. #41  Yukon canopy, standard size, insulated wilh boal rack, $200.  885-9784. #41  Colonial loveseat, $195; 4 quality  bar stools, $195; radial saw.  $150,885-9426. #41  Enterprise cast Iron hot air wood  burning furnace wilh heat exchanger, good cond., $300: new  cast Iron watertront, $50; 2 new  30 gal. steel water tanks. $40 ea.  865-3684. #42  VALLEY  COMFORT  Wood  Stoves  SUE  $729.  Sechelt  Hardwire  i-2171  Rich pecan dining room suite 4  chairs, 2 leaves, matching china  cabinet and hutch, $noo  885-4553. M2  BRNO rifle 30.06. Model 2KK600  with Zeiss scope, Dialal zF4tS  $700.666-5173. Mj  Oil lurnace, compact upright, approx. 5' high. 2'x2' wide. $200  886-3730 #41  2 kerosene heaters, automalic  thermostat and Ian controlled,  hardly used, new $495. sell  $225 886-3730 #41  2L  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  8839907  Sea kayak, German made 15',  collapsible with paddle,  sprayskirt. $800; Mylor blinds, 1  large wide, 2 short narrow; antique style diningroom light lixture  plus assorted other light lixtures  886-2285 #43  Stroller, car seat, change table.  F.P. nursery monitor, outbound  backpack. 886-2647. #43  Electrolux vacuum with  powerhead and attachments;  electric range, balhroom.  886-267). #43  250 gal. beer and wine maker.  886-2844 #43  Dinette table, 2 leaves with 4  swivel chairs. $100 lirm; push  mower and calcher, $20  885-7131. #41  Brand new Apollo 10 spd. bike,  won in golf tournament. $200.  865-5426. #43  20" Sony colour TV & VCR,  $250; two burner campstove,  $35. All in gd. cond. 886-7251.  #43  Sunbeam  HEAT  CUBES  9QQOO  Sechelt  Hardware  v 885-2171  Modular furniture, low Japanese  style oil while cushions, 3 piece  couch, ottoman, tables. $170  lirm. 885-4164. #41  10-14 karat jewellery Sun., Oct.  14, 2-5pm, 4942 Francis Pen.  Rd. #41  One wood lathe, gd. shape;  modelT Ford car, 1925, 90%  restored, 4 truck tires, 9.50  R16.5. Phone 883-9976. ��e  #43  Moving sale: 2 cream Krohler  chairs; 2 bed tables; mirror 3'x5'  plate; large 3-way balhroom mirror: light blue drapes. 20' head;  lire irons; grate: dogs; antique  clock: glass-brass colfee & sola  tables. All quality items.  885-6010. #43  Marine  6  Industrial  Diesel  Engines - John Deere 4 cyl., turbo complete wilh Borg Warner 3  lo 1 gear, cooler starter, alternator, elc. Ready to drop in. too  HP intermittent 85 HP continuous, $11,000. Detroit Diesel  4-71 marine or industrial model  number 1063-7000, complele  rebuild by factory dealer,  $10,000; Detroit Diesel 4-53  marine or industrial complele  rebuild by factory dealer. $7,500.  Call Weslwind Mechanical Services Ltd. 886-4577. #43  Husqvarna prolessional chain-  saw, 266 SE. 20 hours on saw.  $400.886-9968. #41  Yamaha Electone organ. $550;  3'x7' commercial alum, door with  lock and closer. $150 OBO; used  commercial healing and air cond.  units, wall or window installation.  220V. $220 each OBO.  885-2384 #41  1500 psi Honda powered MCS  pressure washer, like new,  $1500 OBO. 886-3001.     #42ss  400 amp AC welder, $395 060.  Don. 885-4192. #41  1 pair Bose 501 speakers. $350  OBO Phone aller 5. 886-8293  #43  17 cu. It deep Ireeze. good  cond. $250. 886-9488.        #41  Fir, hemlock, balsam, split and  delivered, $100 cord. 885-5032.  #43  Roll bar to lit S.B. import, $250  OBO. 886-3487. #43  14 cu. It. Iridge, harvest gold,  gd. cond.. $250OBO. 885-6340.  #41  18a.  Heavy  Equipment  Toys! Toys! Toys! SECHELT  HAR0WAAE885 217I TFN  16' sleel dumptruck box, new  hoist cylinder and pump, plus  sawdust extension box.  886-7064. #41ss  400 amp AC welder. $395 OBO.  Oon, 885-4192 ��1  1973 MF70 Ijackhoe loader.  Phone 686-9834. #42  CASH PAW  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  HP 2126  TFN  1980 Chev Malibu. 91.000 mHes  6 auto, good shape, $1750 060  883-9423. #42sr  1983 Aries wagon, 130.000 kms  35-40   m/p/g,   exc.   cond..  sacrilice $3500 firm. 886-2945  #44sr  1979 Ford T/bird, lots of new  parts, $1900 OBO. 885-1943.  #42ss  '83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. auto.  $3000 OBO. 885-3790.      #44s  82 Volvo SW. Overdrive, exc.  condilion, inside & out. $7500.  885-3790. #44s  87' Jetta. 60.000 km. 5 sp..  AM/FM cass.. snows. 2 year  warranty   remaining. $8500.  885-4794. #44sr  '70 Impala 2 dr. hardtop. 350  auto., Iresh paint, buckets, console. $2500.885-4887.       #41  1979 Chevy Chevelle, '81  engine, new snow lires, exc. running cond.. very little rusl.  $1200.886-3001. #43ss  1977 Ford Econoline 150.  PS/PB. semi-camp., $1450 OBO  886-3641 alter 5. #41  1975 Granada, good tires and  running cond., $850 OBO.  885-9056. #41  Ideal ladies car. Immaculate 1985  Ford Escort, 4 door., auto trans.  $4650.885-7167. #41  1974 Datsun, auto trans. Runs  great, good transportation $750.  885-7167. #41  73 Cutlass Supreme. PS. PB.  PW, Till, musl sell now. $450.  OBO 886-2332 #41  '81 Colony Park SW, Loaded.  $3500.886-2733 #41  Ventura 2 door. 307 V8, 4 barrel  Good running, good rubber  $1300 OBO. Also Trans Am lor  parts $250. 886-7378.        #41  '85 Dodge Aries wagon. 2.61  aulo, PS. PB, air, cruise, slereo.  rool racks, Exc. cond. 75.000  mi, $4900. 886-9452. #41  1980 Buick SW Auto. PS, PB.  TS, PW, cruise, new muffler,  good rubber, body has minor  "dings" Must sell $650 QBD  886-8428. #41  Affordable, dependable transportation: 1980 Datsun 510. hatchback, AM/FM cassette, A/C,  motor rebuilt 2 years ago. good  tires, great car tor college/high  school sludent. cheap lo insure.  $850 OBO. Lynn 883-2923.  #42  1977 Toyola Celica. recent  brakes, muffler, tune-up, new  batler. Cassetle w/eq., all bills.  Huns well $1400 OBO. 886-8685.  #42  1984 VW Rabbil GTI. 5 spd.  sunrool, I owner. $65001  885-9840. #42  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #44sr  1985 Toyola Tercel, auto., good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #44sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #44sr  1978 Buick Skylark. 4 dr. 305  aulo.. reliable trans. $650.  885-7113. #43sr  1981 Mazda GLC. standard, runs  well. $1150 OBO. 886-4624. #42  '76 Honda Civic, only $700. no  lime lo wasle. call now! Anna  886-2108 #43ss  1981 Chev Citation. 4 cyl, aulo,  new lires. $2100. 885-3205  eves #42  1981  Chevy Impala. excellent  shape, low mileage 883291b  #43  75 Volare SW, aulo, runs well.  $900 OBO 885-2604 or  885-9060. #43  1976 Buick Century 2 dr. P/S,  P/B, auto, low mileage, reliable  transportation, $800 lirm' Call  886-4568. #43  1975 VW van, 93.000 mi., good  running cond.. $1800.  885-5747. #43  1981 Honda Accord 5 sp., 2 dr.  hatchback, 6 wheels & tires,  $2000 firm. 685-5061.       #43  1978 Toyola Corolla sw., gd.  cond, $1150 080. 885-2594.  #41  '85 Aires wagon, non smokers  car, air cond., cruise, cass.  886-6660. #41  1978 Ford Fairmont 4 dr., new 4  cyl. motor, 2 yrs. new tires, lyr.  radio cass., no rust, gd. cond..  drives well. $1050 060.  666-7333. #41  1963 Honda Accord LX, exc.  cond., $4900. 883-9209.  #41  1974 MG Midget, new lop.  brakes, carb , water pump, tune-  up. battery, low miles, $3600  885-5747 #43  '67 Volvo 123 GT. new molor.  new brakes, new interior, $3000  lirm 686-3111. #43s  1975 Olds Cutlass. $550  883-2289 #42  1985 Camaro V6, 5 Speed.  64000 kms.. Asking $7500  886-8160. #42  1980 Toyola Tercel, good cond  $1900.885-4870. #42  1978 Ford Capri Ghia, V6, 4 sp,  new rubber, good body, runs  well, musl sell, S'30O OBO  886-9127. #43ss  1974   Triumph   Spitfire,   new  engine, new painl. exlra set ol  alum mag wheels. $2900 OBO.  Possible Irade lor boat, motor &  Irailer 885-4019. #43  '74 Maverick. $400 OBO  886-2686 #43  '65 Corvair Monza convertible, 4*  sp.. 6 cyl.. gd. cond , $3500  OBO 886-3730 #41  1971 Volvo 144 S needs work,  sell or Irade lor WHY.. $500  value. 885-7906. #43  1977 TR7 Triumph, 4 spd., new  rebuill engine. $4800 OBO.  886-9880. #43  1976 Toyola Corolla 2 dr.,  94.767 mi., runs well & good  work car, $1000. 886-7164.  #41  1982 Olds Cutias Supreme new  350 engine, installed, S1650.  886-8921. #44ss  1968 Malibu in exc. condilion.  Hecenl rebuild. 350.4 spd. new  lires. brakes & clutch, bumpers  elc. Too much to list. 886-4735.  , #43  1982 Olds Omega. One owner  $3600. Phone 886-7853.  I #43  1981 Oalsun 210, 4 dr. sedan.  AT, needs camshaft. $5b0 OBO.  1983 Toyota Corolla SW! AT. 4  dr. $1800 OBO. 886-3487.   #43  1982 Acadian, 4dr.. 4 spd. 1.6 L  engine. Super mileage! $2195  OBO. 885-4019. #43  1980 Acadian, 4 door, auto.,  1.6L eng. Radio, good body,  clean interior. Low gas bill.  $1995 OBO. 885-4019.        #43  1982 Dodge Challenger, 2 door. 5  spd.. 2.6L Mitsubishi AM/FM  radio. Brown velour interior. Very  clean. A greal gas savings, greal  performing car. $3800 OBO  885-4019. #43  1981 Chev. Boogie Van, sink,  icebox. $5000 OBO,'483-2890  11 #43  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Heeler,  all gas. gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #42sr  '84 Nissan kingcab. canopy, exc.  cond.. 5 sp.. 68.000 mi., new  rubber. $6200 OBO. 886-4664.  #42sr  '67 Chev ft Ion. 6 cyl., 3 sp..  $600 OBO. 885-2836.        #44sr  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellular.  Make an oiler. 886-8116.   #42s  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuill  engine, new brakes, ball., tires.  $3000 OBO ,885-5896 eves.  #41ss  1986 Ford F250 4x4, 6 9L diesel.  low kms. Super cab $14,500.  885-1949. #41ss  1986 Bronco 4X4 6 cyl. slaiidanl  AM/FM Cass. 94 k gd cond  $12,000 Phone 886 7304    #41  1980 GMC V. Ion Camper  Special, P/S. P/9, aulo. hitch.  350 V8, good cond . $3950  885-5774. #41  1990 Toyola- 4 runner SR 5. V6.  2 dr.. PS/PB. till. 21.000 kms.  $20,000,886-4774 #41  1979 Ford Econoline Ve toee. auto.  P/S. cruise control. $1500 080  886-9064 eves #42  1987 ForrJ Ranger. 5 speed 0/0.  89.000 km AM/FM cassette No  rust Excellent condition $6,900  886-3223. #42  1988 4x4, Dodge Oakola. midsize  Vi ton. 5 Speed, V6. 3.9L. Propane. Many exlras $11,777  886-9621. #42  '76 % Ton Ford PU 390.  automatic, camperelte. 961  CemelaryRd,$11,000       #42  1972 Ford * ton, camper  special. No rusl. $3000 OBO.  886-2563 #42  1978 Ford 150. raised rool, VB.  automatic, PS, PB, $2000 OBO.  686-9626. #43ss  1965 Toyota 4-Runner Fully  loaded. In exc. cond. $13,900.  866-3871. #41  - 76 Ford 150 4X4 pickup, approx. 66.000 ml. $2395.  666-3730. #41  1977 Ford F250 Ranger 4X4.  newly rebuill engine, exc. cond..  no rust. 883-9109/922-1988  eves. ���' #43  1967 Dodge Ram. D50. 2.6L  engine. 5 spd.. stereo, long box.  bed. mat, unique box cover, only  36,000 km. Still on warranty.  $8000 OBO 885-9531 #43  1960 Ford % Ton Supervan. 351  Auto., good condition. $2500  Firm 885-9333. #43  Campers  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's gel together and sell  your RV unit II we can't sell  it we'll buy il. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  ion f,.. 1-800-663-4234  D7363  28' 5th Wheel In gd. cond., comfortable & affordable accom.  Musl be sold by Ocl. 15. no  reasonable otter relused $6500  886-8822. #41  20' Glendale travel trailer, sell-  contained,  gd.  cond.,  $2300  OBO. 886-859 or 298-5215.      #41  '79 VW camper, new CVs, KYB  gas shocks, many new items,  $3000 lirm. 886-3111.      #43sr  18' Holidaire 73, exc. cond.,  asking $4800. 886-4813. #41ss  1978 Prowler Irailer, 23V, rear  bdrm, lots ol closets, large  Iridge. separate Ireezer. forced  air turn., shower balh. $8800  885-4851. #42  1989 Kit-Calay 5th wheel, lully  equip,, 100 miles. $19,900 OBO.  885-7575. #42  28x8' Travelaire travel trailer,  exc. cond. $9000. 883-1196.  #41  1975 VW Wesllalia camper van.  AM/FM cassette. 70.000 miles  on rebuill 2000cc engine, very  clean, recently tuned and brake  job. musl sell, $3500. 886-9196.  #42  1978 21' Vanguard.~To7d  chassis, low mileage, lully equipped, very good condilion.  15,000. Phone cellular number  671-1202. #43  73 Wesllalia. rebuill engine, new  brakes, Ironl needs work, gd.  value, even lor parts. $1100.  885-6335. #43  16' Vanguard Irailer. $1800.  886-9243. #43  Mobile off-season rales.  Inboard, oulboard. sterndrive.  883-1119/883-2284. #43  28 It. Unilty (Salty Dog) lully  equipped, brand naw power,  phone George at 886-8139.  TFN  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition.   Lowes   Resort,  883-2456. TFN  anmin.  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.YC   ���Marina  Surveyors and Consultants  Yes! There is a reliable local pro  pellor repair service 885-5278.  TFN  Carloda N' 43' D-licence packer  $28,000. K   Farrell 883-2458  weekends or gen/del Egmonl.  #42sr  'McBeth' 45' offshore ketch.  7000 Aulohelm, tracks accurate  courses. Irom Loran automatical  ly. Extra heavy sleel conslruction  examine slip BIO Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830 #44sr  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner  galvanized Highliner Irailer. elc  exc. cond.. $5900 lirm  886-8382 #44sr  25' Apollo 225 Merc. I/O  w/lrailer. $12,500 OBO  883-9440. #41sr  Endurance 35' Pilot House Cutler  auto helm, Loran C video lish  Under, 5 sails, stereo, diesel  engine & slove, Slip B-23 Gibsons Marina. 886-9696.     #41s  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  wilh Chrysler hemi, well-  equipped wilh or without C  licence. 883-9555. #41s  42' Cruise-a-home house boat,  sleeps 9. exc. cond.. $29,500  OBO. 885-1943. #42s  M.V. Blacklist 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, park'  ing, hydro paid till Dec/90  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 w/  Loran C. new lenders & brackets  mooring lines, new windows  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid, new handrails, Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500. 885-7977.  eves. #42s  22' H/T cruiser. 225 OMC, VHF  sounder, bait tank, winch, head,  sink, slove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs. 425 hours,  moorage till Aug. 91, $6200.  886-4690 #43s  12V   Boston   Whaler   style  comes with trailer, 20 HP Merc  $1500 lirm. 886-4733 evenings.  #44s  VHS marine radio Seavox-25. 25  W. including marine fibreglass  antenna. $t50.886-4743. #41ss  CBC BEACHCOMBERS  PRODUCTION WORK BOAT  "M.V. Sea-Jay"  20 It. X 8 ft. Aluminum Work Boat  Volvo Stem Drive e 270 Let-  To be sold on an "AS IS", "WHERE IS" basis  Presently located at Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  Minimum bids accepted starting at $5000.  Sealed bids to be received at:  CBC Television  700 Hamilton Street    P.O. Box 4600  Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A2  ATTENTION:  Mr. Tom Bryden, Purchasing Department  CLOSING DEADLINE:  4:00 pm, Monday, October IS, 1990  Phone (604) 662-6602  23.5 Fiberglass C Lie crab boat,  needs work Boal $2000. Lie  $250 a loot. 886-2942.     #41ss  14' C licenced liberglass cod  boal New motor Call 883-9234  #4lss  22ft glass over wood. $1000  OBO look al trades 883-9278  all. 7pm. #41  File Sale 19/9 Reinell 21' boal.  seveiely damaged by life, some  s.]lv<ii|f value including stern  drive, bail lanks. trim tabs, etc .  can he viewed .11 Lowes Hesorl in  Maiieiia Park Sealed bids accepted until Ocl 7. 1990  Bmuwei claims Canada. Box  2210. Sechell, BC VON 3A0  8853519 #41  MAHINI ENGINE REPAIRS  Also electric repairs and installations, reasonable. 885-5774 #41  22' C-license, $275 per loot.  883-9380 alter 6 pm, #42  22' Reinell, cabin w/head, sink,  slove. dinette, new paint, new  lloor: engine, bed. all new power  propulsion: 10 hrs. on new 5.0  LX Alpha One, new 230 Hr. alum,  lank, lasl, comfy, includ. H/Ouly  Irailer. $14,500. 883-9380 aller  6 pm #42  26' Bayliner. Nissan 6 cylinder  diesel. 270 Volvo leg., needs  some work. 886-8087.        #42  GULF ISLAND 29  F/G. FWC atomic tour, very well-  equipped and in truly Bristol condition, a sale, exceptionally  seaworthy coastal cruiser,  $27,500.883-2745 eves.     #42  2 ��� Wallers V drives, opposite  rotation 2.9 -1 model 30, $1000  lor pair. 886-3730. #41  Swap or sell. 34' lug boal.  886-2459. #43  24' FG. I/O. F/W cooled, lully  equipped. VHF. CB. trailer,  dinghy $11,500,886-6440  #43  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry. dual  hyd sir live bait lank. VHF/CB,  stereo, sounder. $7950 OBO.  685-2814.885-2515        #44sr  18' Sangsler 120 hp r cyl I/O  Sounder, Irailer. Good cond.  $4250080 886-9047      #44sr  19 Reinell. rebuilt motor and leg  lull canvass, spare prop., very  lasl $3200 OBO 886-2976  #40sr  20 Glasply cabin cruiser. 2ft  yrs warranty on 115 hp Merc.  0/B (new lasl Apr., only 19 hrs.  use). Incl. 8.5 Merc, kicker, new  canvas lop, new depth sounder,  slove. icebox, ball tank.  $13,500 883-2779.        #43ss  Wide 12V aluminum boat t.  trailer, elec. start. 20 hp Merc.  0/B near new marine battery,  new depth sounder. CB radio, rod  holders 4 anchor, all lor $1850  OBO. 13' wide Tri-hull fibreglass  boat wilh steering wheel. $495  OBO 885-7738. #42  18' Outboard. Cabin cruise.  Seaworthy $1750. OBO.  886-3627. #41  18' boal. deep haul I/O 4 cyl.,  Volvo penta 280 Volvo leg,  $5000.886-8367. #44ss  11' 3 comp. hardwood lloor inflatable boat 885-4699    #44ss  12' Lund aluminum boat. 9.8  Merc. Top condition. $1400.  886-2500 #43ss  Fall Faint Sale SECHELT HMO-  WAK885-2171. TFN  Mobile Homes  1975 12x68 3 bdrm. mobile  home, 2 appliances, porch & shed. Selma Vista Park. $23,900  OBO. 885-9577. #41  28x8' Travelaire Iravel trailer.  exc. cond., $9000 883-1196.  #41  WHY PAY  RENT  It you wish to buy i  J homo but hivi llttlo * H  no down payment, wt  may bo able to help.  Family Space Available  Call Collecl  REGAL HOMES  M||| 597-3322  Spend the winter in the sun! In  Mesa, Arizona, 'Mecca' Park.  Model Irailer in leading irailer  park, 12x40' plus 5x10' slide-  out on living room, queen size  bed, glass-enclosed tub-shower,  lull size range, 25 cu. It. side by  side Ireezer/lridge with ice &  chilled waler dispensers, 2  reclining chairs, sola-bed. dining  lable & chairs, 'Carrier' air conditioning/heating unit, all in very  good condilion. For Inlo call  886-2104. #43  NEW PARK  Gibsons Area  Single & Doubles  New Homes Only  Reserve Now lor November  Occupancy  Buy Ntw t Save  the GST  REGAL HOMES  597*3322 (c*��>  Motorcycles  1986 KX125. Re-Built. $1350  885-9557 M2sr  '81 Kawi 1000J Header, good  rubber. Like new Fast  885-5492. #42sr  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.  cond., 1000 kms. asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690. #44sr  1983 Honda Shadow. 750 cc, lor  parts. $125 OBO. 886-9066.  #44s  K  In Slock al  EN MAC  cycle  Oil Fillers, Batteries. Tires,  Riding Gear. etc.  Phone Jay at 866-2031  '84 Honda Sabre. V65. 1100 cc.  $3000 OBO 886-2264       #44s  1979 Vamaha 400 Iwin. new battery, parts or whole. $130.  885-7473. #41  175 Vamaha ATC. exc  cond..  $1200.885-5260. #41  750 Honda motorcycle, lull lairing, moving, musl sell $900  OBO. 863-9215. #42  Wanted to Rent  Quiel 1 or 2 bedroom walerfronl  cabin lor long term renlal.  885-9611 #41  Responsible working couple  seeking house to rent in Gibsons  area 886-3603 #41  3 bdrm. house (or responsible  couple and then 3 well-behaved  kids, Sechell lo Hallmoon Bay. or  as i.ii as Davis Bay il renl Is  reasonable Bruce or Ona  885-6158 #42  2 responsible lemales wish lo  rent reasonably priced 2 bdrm. h  ome to care for and love as our  own Please call 886-2686 or  eS86-9!87 #43  ASAP 2 or 3 Bedroom house in  Sechelt or surrounding area,  (possibly even in Gibsons). Must  be clean and well kepi. 4 Months. Excellent tenants. Ask for  Joe885-9314. room26.       #41  1 bdrm. ol 2 bdrm. furn. ground  level suite, located In Gibsons, includes bed. dresser, utils. W/D,  privale entrance. $400  886-8344. #41  2 bedroom cabin, Sechelt area,  avail. Nov. 1 lo June 30. $600  plus utils. Suit single lem.  885-3295 Dave Austin.       #43  3 bdrm. waterlronl house Pender  Harbour, avail. Immed. $650.  883-9446 leave mess.  #42  e>-&**m*m*eummwmva*i*'e*mm<��m��**��*mmm. ��. .mw^w-.���- - ^.a,. 22.  Coast News, Octobers, 1990  RITZ MOTEL  1171 Saeega Occuojeecy  886-3343  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in the rental oi pro-  party For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  Ihe Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in conlravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Ceait Newt  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads TFN  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  MINI-STORAGE  886-8628  i #42  Malure person wanted to share  view home in Davis Bay. Own  bathroom. $350/month plus heal  6 damage deposit. Ruth  885-7233. #43  INDUSTRIAL  SHOPS  |1500 sq. It. 6 2300 sq. ��j  Heated with Oflices  & Washrooms  686-2911  Large boat shed. 60x30.  883-1122. #42  Apl. lor rent. Secret Cove, $600.  885-9368 or 885-3533.       TFN  Free rent lor skilled carpenter  willing to construct 1800 sq. It.  suite lor himself in Pender Harbour. 883-2979. #41  2 commercial shops lor rent.  886-9500 (anytime). 694 Hwy.  101 & Crucil. TFN  Storage. 200 sq. ft.. Gibsons.  686-8628. #41  Ouiet lurn. 3 bedroom home lo  share with mature person.  886-3954 (eves.) #41  One bdrm. home, close to  ferry/shopping, N/S. resp.  gardeners, please Iv. mess.  886-9499. rels. req., avail. Nov  I, $650.  #42  1 bdrm. collage, Roberts Creek.  $550 includes hydro and cable.  886-4567. #42  Royal Reach Motel, Sechelt.  Weekly and monthly rental units.  885-7844. #41  New 1 Bedroom ��� Gibsons. Avail.  immediately. 298-5215.      #41  Port  Mellon  Construction  Workers. Furnished accommodations lor 3, close to the Langdale  ferry terminal. 886-7516.     #42  Madeira Park, waterlronl suite,  lurnished. 1 bedroom. 467-2140  or 883-9177. #42  Gibsons: Attractive new 3  bedroom, view townhouse, carport. Rels. Avail. Nov. 1st. $850.  1 year lease only. 885-5659.  #42  Clean 2 bedroom mobile home, on  properly. Fridge, slove.  wash/dryer, large sundeck.  Large lenced yard. Small pet ok.  $650 per month not including  utilities Rel. required. Available  Nov. 1, 1990. Phone 886-8929  alter 6 pm. #41  Room lor rent in Gibsons. Daily  rate $25. weekly $150. Call  886-8097. #43  3 bdrm. 2'h bath, lamlly room,  laundry room. 5 appliances, Electric Plus heal, fireplace i  woodstove. Gibsons Blulf. near  marina. $800. Nov. 1.886-2932.  #41  2 bdrm. cottage, elec. heat, stove  & Iridge, $500. 886-2933.   #41  3 bdrm. house Wilson Ck. area.  $700/mo. avail. Immed.  885-7199 or 885-5252.       #41  Security  (TORAC  I* r.v.s * boats *etc. ��|  Mountainview Petrocanl  Executive watertront, Gibsons  Bluff, 2 bdrm.. WI & utility/ pantry, decks & glass galore, 5 appliances, all drapes & blinds.  886-8562 #42  Bedroom wilh shared accommodations. Lower Gibsons, quiel  area. 886-9330 eves. #42  1 Bedroom apart Heat & light incl. Rels. N/S. No pets. 1 Working person. $400 plus security  deposit. 886-9233. #41  Malure person lor share. accommodations, roomy. 2 bdrm. apl.  lower Gibsons, Nov. 1.886-3420  or 886-2679. #43  PROPERTY  M/VNAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  * Screen potential renters  * Do movlng-in inspection  * Arrange lor maintenance  6 repairs  * Collect the rent &  damage deposit  * Disburse rent monies to  owner  * Do moving-out inspection  Avoid al the hassles and pro-  blmii, and for just a pittance,  cal the Properly Minigemtnt  Expert, Steve Sawyer at  606-2277.  Shared accommodations in large  new house. $150/wk. or  $600/mo. Gibsons. Call after  7pm 886-8952. #43  Ouiet NS lo share spacious lully  furnished and equipped condo.  November, no pets, woman  preferred, cleaning service provided, $500 and share heating.  886-9441. #41  Furnished rooming house. Lower  Gibsons. $300. $350, $450.  shared balhroom, kitchen, sitting  room, washer, dryer, hydro included. 886-8306. #41  Trailer space available. All  facilities. Very privale. Roberts  Creek $250 per month.  885-9535. #41  Help Wanted  Help Wanted  hhiwtehw mon  Stcrettry - Needed for  Heritage Sociely. One  meeting per month but some  extra time Is needed now to  type letters, etc.  One World, Dm Sky -Kite  event on Oct. 14th needs  people to help put up posters  in the next Iwo weeks.  Patent 4 Tit Heap la -Needs  some help with the babies or  in Ihe kitchen on Monday In  Sechelt, between 9am-12  noon. On Tuesday, at Wilson  Creek, between 9am-i2  noon. Musical ability would  be extremely appreciated.  For these ind mm oppor-  tunitlei, please contact tha  Volumeter Action Centre at  666-6661.  ALL RESUMES ARE NOT  CREATED EQUAL! CALL ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES.  885-5212. #41  Attention: Earn up to $800 or  more/week working at home.  100's ol companies need your  help. Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1-206-298-8075  Ext. H25. #41  Daycare center needs person  Irom 10am - 6pm shift. 4 days  per week. Qualified ECE preferred  or will train. 885-2721.       #41  Sunshine in your Hie October 31,  #41  Typesetter/  Compositor  Experience in newspaper  production preferred,  must have 60+ WPM typing skills with accuracy.  Competitive salary,  medical/dental plan, must  be willing to work Saturdays. Drop oil resume at  Coast News, Gibsons  (behind Dockside Pharmacy).  Flag persons, part time, Madeira  Park to Gibsons, will train, must  have own transportation. Send  resume belore Oct. 10 to Road  Warrior Traftic Control, RR1, Box  17, Hallmoon Bay, Silversands,  BCV0N1Y0. #41  BC Ambulance. Operator 268.  Gibsons. BC. Position pan time  ambulance drivers - attendants:  day shilts Mon.-Fri., some  nights, some weekends.  Qualifications preferred: valid  Class 4 Drivers' Licence: valid Industrial First Aid Ticket (WCB):  good character, able to work in  stress situations: good health,  physical fitness; regular  availability. For turther inlormalion call: Keith Baker - Unit Chief,  Gibsons Ambulance. 886-2511 or  480 S. Fletcher Rd.. Gibsons,  Mon. to Thurs., 0700-1700  hours. This posting closes Ocl.  15.1990. #41  Malure  person   required  for  dishwashing   al   Pebbles  Restaurant, evenings. 885-5811.  #41  Kennel help wanted, mature N/S  lemale working weekdays and  weekends. 886-8568.  #42  Part time light office duties, Mon.  through Fri.. suitable lor retired  person. Phone mornings only  885-4464.  #41  Help Wanted  NEW CAB COMPANY  Taxi Drivers  Wanted With Class 4 Licence  Laaw Maaiaga  885-3900  rHeatmnmncomiaa  Motivated, exceptionally organized individual required In progressive dental oflice for position  ol ACCOUNTS SECRETARY 3  days a week. Responsibilities Include managing accounts  receivables & banking. Must  have experience in bookkeeping  6 typing. Computers 6 dental office experience an asset. Send  resume lo Dr. Dan Kingsbury,  Box 1099, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  by Oct. 12/90. #41  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Motor Inn   886-2804  NEW CAB COMPANY  Dispatchers  Wanted  Leave Message  885-3900  THC SUNSHINE* COMING  A professionally prepared resume  gets results. Call ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES 885-5212.   #43  Ourango Enterprises is looking lor  temporary workers, approx. 6  months, to count and grade fish.  Call 885-4688. ask for Luc.   #42  Full-lime library technlcian.Ex-  perienced and Versatile. Diploma  in Library Technology essential.  Musl have advanced computer  skills. Detailed job description  available al Sechelt Public  Library. Salary negotiable. Apple  lo Chairman ol the Board. Sechelt  Public Library. Box 2104,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0 with  relerences. #4t  29.  Business &  Home Services  Brush  cutting,  clearing  and  removal, call Dave 885-3692.  #43  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Office Temp. Available. Reliable,  exp. filling in for holidays, sick  leave. Phone 886-4588 Ms.  Stephens. #41  Typing service available,  manuscripts, term papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604.  #42  Bob's Pilnllng  For all your decorating needs. 20  Years experience. 885-4804. #41  Photographer. Degree in Fine  Arts. Weddings, commercial,  portraits, etc. 886-8268.     #43  GUYSCAPES  Small tractor service. Small  backhoe. 2 Iront loaded. Routining our speciality! Call Brian  886-4507 or Guy 886-3104.  #43  ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES for  all your secretarial needs.  Resumes, letters, essays.  885-5212. #43  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ad* appear In the more thin 90 Newspapers ol the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,400,000 homes and a potential two million readers  $195. tor 25 words ($3.70 per each additional word) Call the ClMSt N8WS 8t 885*3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Auto Brokers, disposal  agent lor Active Bailill Servian.  Reeoossesilons, estate, legale,  cars, trucks, motorhomes, boals  Call Mr. Price (only), (604)434-  1619. D5476.  BU8INE38 OPPORTUNITIES  START YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT business, even spare  time. No money or experience.  Since 1946. Free brochure:  Wade World Trade, c/o Cdn.  Small Busineaa Inst., Depl. WI,  1140 Bellamy Rd.N.��1,Scaibor-  cugh.Onlarlo. M1H1H4,  MAKE BIG MONEY importing  U.S. care. Indepth Seminar assembled by the experts now d-  leredbymail. For Iree brochure  contact: Iverson a Associates  Consulting Ltd., SOO, 10665 Jasper Ave., Edmonton, TSJ 3S9.  Phont: 1-800-661-1100 or  (403)4284021, Fax: (403)421-  6400.  5V Landing Barge, established  busineaa, M.V. Palaquln, 15 T.  capacity. Diesel, V.H.F., Radar,  110V., 185.000 lirm. (604)333-  8766, evenings, 755-9962, cellular. Operates lasqueti, French  Creek, Parksville area.  Need extra Income for Christmas? DISCOVERY TOYS needs  you. Flexible hours, tam tree  toys and bonuses. Phono:  ���Shirley, 1-24M776, evenings.  Workalhome. Eamuplo$100-  $300 a day commission. Take  ptnne orders for Publisher.  People call you. (604)86eJ-7575,  ext. 132.  VERY HOT OPPORTUNITY!  New gas Mvfng devictl Qivea  12V23* more MPGI Guaranteed! eEasylo sell Nooxpeerlenct  required! Earnings $1,000-  $3,000 per monlh part time!  ���Women ���awtoomel Freelnforma-  Uon, 1-800-535-4612.  BUSHES8 OPPORTUNITIES  CAMELION - Run a business  Irom your homo marketing sheer  non-run hosiery and sterling silver  towtltry. 40V50% prom. Start  belore Ih* pre-Chrfslmas rush.  Call collect: (604)687-0510,  (604)687-0409. Wtekends/eve-  nings: (604)681 -33M.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ORDER YOUR 1.0VE STUFF-  BY MAI FROM OUR NEW  LOVER'S LANE CATALOQUEI  You're assured privacy and ttcu-  rily from our eetablishetd store!  Check us out in Ih* BBS IN HOME  SHOPPINGI BEST SELECTION  GR.5AT SERVICE! Wttalogue'  .LOVER'S LANE BOUTIQUE,  1074 8HOPPER'S ROW,  CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C., V9W  2C8. PHONE (604)286-1010.  OIVORCE? No court  ano* or con*��nt of epouM litem-  saryl Just 5-15 weeks $89.95  plus costs. You or wt type.  Lawytrtndoretd. Stndtstor  copy ct Canada's new dlvorctacl  end literature. Stmt sytttm  ���met 1070. Divorctrvlct, 201-  1252 Bernard, Vancouver, 1-687-  2900. Franchises available  EDUCATION  ���Stllng seasonal restaurant/gut  ���hep. Potential lorexpanelon lor  aggressive entrepreneur. Only  MftousbejymiMetdunufre. No  sgtnts rpleast. Write: Box 215,  Longvkm, Aboil*, TOLIHO.  ���ADA RENTA USED CAR ���������  Excellent .add on orli*�� time bust-  nets. Oreat cash flow. Modest  Investment. Franchla* info: ADA  Sytttma Int., 1076 TWIcum, Victoria, V9A 2A4. PH/FAX: 381-  2340.  Psychiatric Nuning. You have  good communication Mb and  cart about people. You wants  carter where you can make a d>.  lertncelnptoplt'tllvet. Thookf-  tdy, abused children, tubttanot  abusere and battered women are  Wacmoftheptoplewtiolooklo  ���2��cNalrleNuriMlorht*i. Tht  Psychiatric Nursing program  .0*���� You tht practical experience  along wilh cits* room teaming lo  ylyouttarttdlnlhteproliMfcn.  CJI Douglae Cohgt ai (804)627-  S��0 or write: The Odloe oTSie  RtgWrtr, Douglu eOdltgt, P.O.  %! ?2?3' "���" Wsstmlnster,  ae, V3L5K, lo IM ou more  abort B.C.'t only Psychiatric  .Nunno praQnm,  AUTO TECH: Tht mosl  tisWng avsltM lorlodtylt auto-  motevetechnteten. 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Usee professional  llckelt tt dlscounl prices. Easy  order, tut delivery. IntormalkxV  First Ticket  Printing,  8710 - 54 Avt., Edmonton, AB,  T6E0A9. (403)436-3008, lax:  (403)4364469.  SAVE HEATING $$$$$. Famous Vtltey Comfort add-on or  oomtxenttlon evood-abdric fur-  naottandhtHtra. Contact your  local dtater, ex Villty Comfort  System* Inc., Box 777. Pentlcton. B.C. V2A6V7.  QARDEMNO  THE ULTIMATE GARDENER'S  STORE, LOW* of products,  grtenhootti.hydreaijoeilci, hug.  book wtedion. $4 lor cataloged*  lull of mon*y aaving coupon*.  Wetttm Water Farms, #103,  2012064th Ave., langby, B.C..  V3A4P7.  HELP WANTED  ���SUNSHINE VILLAGE requires Mt  operalore, cooks, ttclo III ekihlll  portons. Send resume: Bm 1610,  Btnfl, AB. TOL 0C0. (403)762.  I6846,lsx(403)762-6813  VCTOWA. SA. rep', required  torspWysxpsnefcoprlnlmiidls.  $��m*^upiiiirJclnb*ex.  K��*P��sMve *tmo*phm*nd  J^oteietal. RhumkcNs-  llonal Direct Advert!.  1096 eWcK.ru!. Ave.  B.CV8P2L5.  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TFN  MOUNTAINSIDE  PSESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roots, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks. swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free Estimate  885-7473. TFN  B AND D RENOVATIONS  Additions, welding, decks, painting. One call will do It all.  885-3617. #41  HOU$E PAINTING  Interior and exterior. Call Samuel  CHII886-3678. #44  Good linishing carpenter, avail,  now will do all interior linishing,  install cabinets, tiles, doors,  shelving, arborlle work.  885-4033. #41  Drywall taping, texturing, repairs  and renovations. Free estimates.  886-8594. #41  House painter, experienced.  Reasonable rates. Free estimates.  Exterior preferred. 885-2594. #41  Luc Lottie, painting, interior, exterior. 10 yrs. exp. 886-9379.  #42  ODD JOBS  Home repairs, plumbing, elec.,  painting, lence building, etc. All  work guaranteed. Reasonable  rales, seniors discount. Call John  al 885-3159. #42  Experienced carpenter/handyman available for additions,  renovations, repairs, new construction, also minor plumbing  and electrical. 883-2898.     #42  .��� Home PROFESSIONAL  'n STEAM CLEANING  Carpets  Upholstery  POWEBFUl inuCk-MOUNIED  KJUIPMfN!  |BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  ��� DIVISION OF MS OtlT  eiimuaaBB  DO VOU NEED  Landscape mainl.. weedeating,  brush cutting, rubbish removal,  hedge trimming, window  washing, lirewood. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 885-2373.  #42  Handyman: carpentry, drywall.  concrete, painling, pressure  washing, hauling, no job loo  small. Alan 886-8741.        #42  Carpenter, 4 years exp. Framing,  siding, decking. Fencing &  Renovations. 886-8288       #43  HANDY MAN - You break 'em, I  make 'em. Large or small, please  call Chris 886-2260. #43  Work Wanted  Are you tired of looking for, but  not finding the right clothes that  fit well? Have Ihem made by a  professional dressmaker. I also  do repairs and alterations. Eira at  886-4568. #43  WHI care for and clean your home  while you're away. Bondable.  mature perfectionist. 883-2540.  Ml  Reliable man/men available lor  garden labour, other day fobs.  Glbsons/Rbls. Ck. Rob  686-3822. #43  Child Care  Wanted: mature person to look  alter 9 month old. 6 Hours/day, 5  days per week. References required. 866-3625 (mornings).  #42  Mature baby-sitter to care tor 6  monlh old baby. Sechell area. On  part-time basis. 885-4006.   Ml  Molly Mouse Daycare  Spaces available. 18 Months to  school age. Fun-filled, caring environment  with   ECE  certified  staff. #5  Mother ol one can babysit days,  my home, central Sechelt. clean  & reliable, rels. 885-4887.    #41  Rainbow  Preschool.   Roberts  Creek has openings. 885-9333.  #41  Mother ol one will babysit one  girl, age 2'A and up, part time.  886-7375. #42  Child Care  Child care in Rbt. Ck. lor children  2 yrs. and up in small fesmily cenlre by ECE mom. Drop-ins  welcome. Phone St,eahan Bonnie  at 686-6822. #43  Experienced responsible and lun  babysitter available now! Cal  Dana 886-2558. #43  32.  Business  Opportunities  Outrageous ground floor opportunity! II started 65 years ago...  In Vienna, Austria. Two year's  ago It broke all records In  Canada! Matol Botanical International's acclaimed and loved  "Matol" formula now  represents Ihe most amazing  financial opportunity available  today. Call Shirley 885-5358  alter 5 pm. Malol Independent  Distributor. Ml  New Age - Fabulous skin and  hair care products are here.  Order for personal use or tree  distributorship training. Great  opportunity. Make exlra cash.  F/T & P/T, supplement your Income. Info available. Please  phone Linda 883-2523.      #42  After 4-5 months full or part time  you can earn up to $10,000 per  monlh or more. 885-7897 eves.  M2  Start now - Local Amway  distributor oilers opportunity for  good earnings. You pick Ihe  hours, we assist you. For appointment call 885-7144 or  886-9479. #50  Mother ol one will sit at own  home, Monday-Friday at Comeau  Trailer Park. 886-8287.       #42  Reliable babysitter needed lor 2  pre-schoolers, my home or yours.  Phone 886-4834 evenings,  886-2000 days. #42  LITERACY  FAa-2ISX^  m^asSsL  atmaatdmoawkjemen-  ewalii>ii.a.e*ee^f|inalJa,  '  fca���Hee.eeeeflwUbi,  -  lte<ewi��iiii|hnldia'  *4K e>����i,��k|B,~ (  NOTICE  TO CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  MARGARET ELIZABETH  SUNN, othttwUt known is  MARGARET SUNN ind  MARGARET E. SUNN  formerly otCedanrlew, RR1,  GIBSONS, BC VON 1V0  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  lhat creditors and others  having claims against the  Estate of the above deceased  are required to send full particulars ot such claims to the  Executor, Patrick Charles  Sllnn, c/o W.C. GORHAM.  Esq., Barrister and Solicitor,  268-2025 West 42nd  Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.  V6M 2B5 on or before the  12th day of November 1990  after which date the Estate's  assets will be distributed  having regard only lo claims  thai have been received.  PATRICK CHARLES SUNN.  Executor  By: W.C. GORHAM  ITS SOLICITOR  In addition to providing the  BEST NEWS & ADVERTISING COVERAGE  on the Sunshine Coast, THE COAST NEWS  is pleased to offer for your convenience  the services of our Gibsons & Sechelt offices  FAX and PHOTOCOPY MACHINES  FAX RATES  To Send:  To Receive:  Gibsons Fax 886-7725  *300 first page  * 1      each additional page  PLUS PHONE/TIME CHARGES  MOO  per page  Sechelt Fax 885-3954  PHOTOCOPIES:  Quantities Only  50-100 20* ea.  101-250 15* ea.  251-500 12* ea.  501-1000 10* ea.  Over 1,000 copies ��� to be priced separately  FULL & SPOT COLOUR AVAILABLE  Cowrie St.  Sschelt MS-S930  Cruice lane  _Gbsoni 8K-2622  '::���...  �����wgi  r.**r.tP*x.l.  - . . ...-::-  :   _' 1 ���_ -.   r /   -   ��� .- .,-��  �����;.*��:.��.-��.~ ^.*^ .."-���  "-"IV-��� Local landmark saved  Homestead  to find  new home  by Rom Nicholson  Thanks to the efforts of a  hard working group of Sechelt  and Gibsons residents, an old  Sunshine Coast landmark will  ���be preserved.  The Homestead, the finely  crafted log building on the  highway near Field Road in  Wilson Creek, was slated to be  sacrificed to a new development.  Fred Inglis of the Gibsons  Landing Heritage Society told  the Com! Netws that his group  heard about the planned  demolition and decided "to see  if we could save it. We think it  dates from the 20's. Apparently  it was built by Norwegians. The  double dove-tailed construction  is unusual in BC but common in  Ontario and on the prairies."  Inglis, Bruner, Sheila Page,  Phil Gaulin and several others  have formed a group they call  'The Homestead Preservation  Society.'   Frank   Jorgensen,  Members of the newly formed Homestead Preservation Society  landmark. The log building, on the highway near Field Road in  sacrificed to a new development.  owner of the property, agreed  to sell the building to the new  society for one dollar and last  week the transaction was com  pleted.  "We haven't decided yet  whether to take it apart and  reconstruct it, or move it the  lo save an old Sunshine Coast  Wilson Creek, was slated to lie  ���Rose Nicholson photo  way it is," said Page. "We're  looking for a place to put it. It  would be nice to have it on  public property."  Coast News, Octobers, 1990  23.  Assessments up  ��� Taxes down?  A Jl    recliner  �� SPECIAL  STARTING  AT  ll/$299  (Elaljolm .Furniture  Cowrie St.,      * ?"t��rj?r,B  sech.it 885-3713  New assessment notices now  being sent to property owners in  BC will reflect the increases in  real estate values in the proving.  On the Sunshine Coast the  new assessed values show an increase of from 60 to 100 per  cent with waterfront properties  from Gibsons lo Redrooffs up  from between 90 to 100 pw  cent.  In evaluating a property, an  appraiser takes into account the  property's location, size,  topography, replacement cost,  age, condition, the current selling price of comparable properties in the same area and any  other factors affecting market  value.  Major additions or improvements can account for increases, but normal maintenance has no effect on values,  though demolition of a building  can account for a decrease.  Taxes for the support of local  governments, school districts,  hospital boards, regional  districts, and, in rural areas, the  provincial government, are based on assessments.  But sharply increased assessments do not always result in  higher taxes. These agencies  develop   annual   budgets   to  determine how much money  they need to raise local taxes. If  the total assessed value of properties in a taxing jurisdiction  increase, taxing authorities can  raise the same amount of  money as .before simply by  lowering the tax rate.  If a property ownCT heas  evidence that the assessed actual  value of a property is different  from the market value on the  evaluation day of July 1, 1990,  they can appeal to the Court of  Revision by filing an appeal by  October 31.  The Courts of Revision are  made up of three local people  appointed by the provincial  government and are independent of the Assessment Authority. They have the power to  change the original assessment  if they agree it was incorrect.  They have no jurisdiction over  taxes, tax rates or changes in the  nature of the municipal tax  system.  Assessment inquiries can be  directed to the North Shore office of the Asse.vsmeiii Authority at 210-255 West 1st Street,  North Vancouver. During October a toll free telephone line  (1-800-667-3900) will be open  for inquiries between 8:30 am  and 8:30 pm.  WE SERVICE  ��� All makes of cars & light trucks  ��� Brakes, mufflers, transmissions  & tune-ups.  WE INSPECT  Opin Tuet. ��� Sit  10 -5  T ��� , f W  GOWER POINT!  Located on a fenced Vi acre lot, this Immaculate  four bedroom home has two fireplaces, double  heating system, games room, plus rec room. Look  today and make your offer.  Call 886-7180 for viewing  WE SELL  ��� Authorized motor vehicle  inspection facility  ��� Safety checks  ��� Selected, inspected & serviced  pre-owned automobiles  ��� Consignment sales welcome  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  SUNCOAST MOTORS  886-8213  STATEMENT  from Geri Bodmer  I wish to announce that I continue to sell  & service ELECTROLUX products on the  Sunshine Coast...as I have been doing for  15 years.  I .have serviced the Sunshine Coast for 15 years  and have built a reputation based on service and  trust.  I am not connected in any way with out-of-town  salesmen presently canvassing the area and  insinuating that I am no longer in business.  I would like to express my appreciation to  customers who have called with their concern and  support.  For Local Service.  Huv Locally  Geri's  1507 Reed Rd., Glbeoni (f tut  ROLUX  Itnrv Ud.) eMe-4776 or MS 3053  ���^g.   Anew  "   spirit of  giving  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  NOTICE OF ELECTION 1990  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors of the herein cited Rural Areas of  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast) that I require the presence of the said  elector at the School Board office, 494 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons, on Monday the  29th day of October 1990, between the hours of 10 o'clock and 12 noon In the  forenoon, for the purpose of electing persons to represent them as Trustees for  the Rural Areas of the School District as hereinafter specified:  Rural Area Term of Office  "1" (Reg'l areas A & B) Three year term, one Trustee  "2" (Reg'l areas D, E & F)       Three year term, three Trustees  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated for the Rural Areas In writing by two duly  qualified electors of the rural area concerned. The nomination paper shall be  delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice  and noon of the day of nomination. The nomination paper may be in the form as  prescribed by the Municipal Act and shall state the name, residence and  occupation of the person nominated in such manner as to sufficiently identify  such candidate. The nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such polls will be opened at:  Rural Area Polling Station  Rural Area 1, comprising Regional       Egmont Community School Bldg.  Areas A & B Pender Harbour Auto Court, Garden Bay  Madeira Park Elementary School  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  Rural Area 1, comprising Regional  Areas D,E, F and Sechelt Indian  Band  Sechelt Indian Band Office  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Cedar Grove Elementary School  Langdale Elementary School  on the 17th day of November 1990 between the hours of 8 o'clock In Mm  forenoon and 8 o'clock In tho afternoon, of which every person Is hereby  required to take notice and govern themself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons this 5th day of October 1990.  Joan B. Rlgby  Returning Officer  THEY'RE SAFE, SECURE  AND CASHABLE ANYTIME.  Once again, it's time for Canada Savings Bonds and this year  the sales period is from October 18 to November 1. Buy your new bonds  wherever you bank or invest starting October 18. You may date your  payment November 1, the day the new bonds start earning interest.  ���Safe and Secure. Canada Savings Bonds are fully guaranteed by the  Government of Canada. They never fall in value.  Cashable Anytime. Canada .Savings Bonds can be cashed at any time.  Your money is always available when you need it.  Good Interest. Canada Savings Bonds offer a good, competitive interest  rate each year. This year's interest rate and purchase limit will be  announced in mid-October. Details will be available wherever Canada  Savings Bonds are sold.  Don't be late! Remember, November 1 is the last day you can buy  the new bonds at face value. But the bonds may be withdrawn from  sale at any time.  ON SALE OCT. 18 TO NOV. I  Canada Coast News, October 8,1990  Sechelt Council mulls  Block Seven result  A sea wall has been constructed along Hopkins Landing beach this put week. Erosion to the  foreshore from northerly winds and ferry swells prompted the Hopkins Landing Water Association  lo fund the project. -Kcat Sk��M�� photo  In the wake of the unmistakable message from the  Sechelt electorate that the Block  7 concept was not acceptable,  council members were last week  re-examining the issues.  "1 don't think it's a dead  issue," said Alderman Mike  Shanks. "Maybe the lime has  not come yet. I think people  have been hit by a lot of announcements from the government about increased taxes like  the GST and increased home  assessments and they just felt it  had to end somewhere.  "I did an analysis on Sechelt  taxation over the past 11 years  and in that time there has been  both increases and decreases.  But the average increase has only Ireen nine per cent a yew,  with a total of 100 per cent over  Meredith exits with "no apologies"  conlinuetd from page 13.  CN: "What is your greatest  strength as a .political leader?"  M: "Mmmin. I think my vision. .And my energy. These are  very important. Sechelt, like it  or not, is becoming a bedroom  community of Vancouver. People get upset when I say this, but  it's not that I like it, I'm just being realistic. I can see what's  happening and 1 want to do  what I can to make the inevitable as palatable as possible.  But people have attitudes..."  CN: "Attitudes?"  M: " For example, I know  someone, a resident with a nice  house in the area. He has a  friend from Vancouver who's  building a luxurious place ���  waterfront ��� and just before  the Block 7 vote, he tells my  friend to vote 'No' across the  board. See what I mean?"  CN: "Do you think people  who, for the most part, enjoy  living on the Sunshine Coast today will be as content, say, 20  years down the line?"  M: "A lot will not be. They  want to live in a small community and the place is growing  in spite of their desires. We can  control development only  through zoning and (provision  of services), but we can't stop it  cold. I'm not pro or anti-  development. I believe I'm  realistic."  CN: "Fine, Your Worship.  Being totally realistic, what  would you say your greatest  personal weakness it?"  M: (laughing, coughing and  spluttering) "Where do I start?  I've got as many warts as the  next person. I guess you could  sum it up by saying that I don't  suffer fools gladly."  CN:   "Thank  you.  Mister  Mayor."  M: "Thank you, sir."  the whole 11 years. That isn't  too bad."  Alderman Doug Reid, who  has tieen highly critical of some  aspects of the plan, told the  Coast News that he was "not  disappointed that the aquatic  centre and the seniors' complex  did not go through."  He explained what he felt was  "a desperate need for municipal  quarters. What self-respecting  community would not have a  council chamber?" he asked.  "And you have to have space  for public attendance at council  meetings. It now ebecomes an  election issue. I think that all of  the candidates will be speaking  to that issue because of the dire  necessity. We have to do an explaining job."  Alderman Bob Graham  agreed that the need for more  space for municipal business  was critical. "We may have to  use trailers, or take over  Rockwood Centre."  Alderman Joyce Kolibas said  that she "was sorry that the  municipal hall and the seniors'  centre did not pass. I'd be just  as happy to see the municipal  hall and the library go in and  the rest planted to grass. But  that's what the people want. We  do have to do something about  a hall. We can't go on the way it  is."  Alderman David Wells was  disappointed at the outcome of  the vote, "But the people of  Sechelt shouted a loud 'NO', "  he said.  "Some other solution will  have to be found for the crowded town offices. It's not what  you would call an adequate  building. We're fortunate that  the employees are being patient.  It's something that will have to  be dealt with by the next council. There's not much use doing  anything about it until then."  Alderman Bob Wilson was  away, so t.ot available for comment. He has, however, committed himself to running again.  Aldermen Wells and Shanks  will also be in the running, and  as Shanks put it, "You don't  quit just because you didn't get  what you wanted. I would hope  we could build on the results of  the referendum and take it from  there."  But Aldermen Reid, Graham  and Kolibas are still undecided.  "I've given it a lot of  thought," said Reid, "but I  don't think so. I've had a  kidney transplant and a heart  attack, and although my doctor  says I'm doing 'outstandingly  well', there is a lot of stress. But  who knows, the deadline for  nominations isn't until October  29. We'll see."  DeVRIES'  ALL BOLL ENDS  *  REDUCED  DISCOUNTS  continue on off our  LUXURY  CARPETS  The look reflects your sense of elegant fashion. The savings reflect your good sense of value.  BARRYMORE ��� Cat & Loop, and  Saxony Specials  Sug. Reg. Price $16.95 sq. yd.  DeVries' reg. low pric* $12.95 sq. yd.  ZEFTRON NYLON  ;   Bu"-ngton Q  '<>'!)   $29.95 s,Ts  TO CLEAR  DIRT EXCLUDERS  2'x3' Lay Flat Commercial Walk-Off Mats  $995  fci

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